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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 23 July 1946

SMALL ADVTS.— Wanted, F°und. I Lost, To-Let, For Sale, etc.— are Go per line per issue (6 words to a line), with a minimum charge of 1/6. WANTED, Cottage, Flat, or Rooms, accsriiodate two. Apply thLs office; WANTED to purchase. Secondhand Sewing Machine. Apply this office. WANTED, Two Young Ladies, to work at the Silver Star Cafe. WANTED, Board, for young lady aged 22, private home preferable. Ap ply this office, or ring 502. WANTED, Domestic Help, for boarding house. Apply this office. WANTED, Temporary Housekeeper £3 per week. Apply this office. WANTED, Domestic Help. Apply tiiis office. LOST, in Cooper or Wallendoon Street. Envelope, containing sum of money. Reward on returning , to this office. LOST. Aged Black 'sheep' Dog, blind in one eye. Apply this office. FOR SALE. 1939 Maple Leaf 3-ton Truck; 1937 18 h.p. Morris Utility Pegged price acceptable. McCLEARY'S Garage. FOR SALE, Horse. Spring Cart, and I Harness, all in gocd order. Apply this office. FOR SALE, Leather and Kromhy...

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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AXE FOR MANY COUNTRY HOSPITAL CONTRIBUTORS Centralised Control Makes a Very Bad Start [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 23 July 1946

AXE FOR MANY COUNTRY HOSPITAL CONTRIBUTORS Centralised Control Makes a Very Bad Start Time and again it has been stated ? that the big city cares little for what happens in the country. Never has this been better exemplified than the manner in which the newest form of centralisation through the Metropoli- ' tan Hospital contribution Fund has been introduced. I The following letter speaks for it self. and exemplifies the utter disre gaul felt in Sydney for what is hap-' pening in the country. ' The letter is from the secretary of the Metropolitan Organisation, Mr. L Harvey, to the secretary of the Goul burn H.B.A.. Mr. R. M. Jackson, and will make all those interested in the welfare of the people in the country squirm. 'Following our letter of 10th in.-.' .. wherein we made reference to the fact tha', a special sub-committee had been constituted to consider the future ar rangements concerning ihe Zone Or ganisations, the sub-committee m.'t last- Friday. The fullest consideration was ...

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 23 July 1946

? | ADVF.KTISK WKI.I. the coming events, meetings, and so on. For these the charge Is 5,' psr inch - from one inch upwardi.

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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POLLARD BOWLS WELL May Get in Team [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 23 July 1946

POLLARD BOWLS iWELL May Get in Team LONDON. Tuesday: Pollard seems to have bowled himself into the team for Australia. In the Test match against the In dians yesterday he had an inspired spell late in the afternoon, and in five overs took four wickets for seven runs. Scores: England, first Innings, 294 1 Amarants. r. for 86. Mankad, 1 5 for 101 1. India, first innings, 7 for 160 'Merchant 78, Mankad 46, Pollard, 4 for 23 1. The Department of Civil Aviation has announced plans for the develop- | ment at Esj.endon of a big civil ulr port.

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RECORD RIDE AROUND AUSTRALIA PER PUSH BIKE NIGH 50 YEARS AGO (No. 17.) [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 23 July 1946

RECORD RIDE AROUND AUSTRALIA PER PUSH BIKE NIGH 50 YEARS AGO (By Donald Mackay, C.B.E.) 'No. 17.1 111 the mornlr..: 'November 8- we said adieu to our mates, who gave »s 11 rough .-ketch 'f the track from here to Victoria River. We got :-:i -'.ir!v scut, but nad a lot cf trouble picking up the pad. Tlie country was Kliylu ly j undulating and bluck soil, with a grad- j ;ml rise in pl.icr.s. The grass was very; JUIl^ . | When we ?.;- it t' ihe tup oi tlie water- | shed i between the Daly and Victoria : Rivers i tlie timber was stunted and j the country stony. j Comir.: i'P between two rocky hil'.s. | a view wl.i.h I think was ttncniall' d j in Australia, met our gaze. Tiie conn- ^ try chopped suddenly some hundred feet. It was known as the 'Jump Up.'j Forming a perUrt halt-circle. 1 1 uaily c;)ene(i nut. with the .siiU- rci;'i- j lar corridors of round, slimy hill-., whilst 111 the basin one could ira-e , by the timber, tlie course t-i m:mv| streams -oiilli'. an's Creek. Grcvoiy Creek,...

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 23 July 1946

(! MUNICIPALITY 9F COOTAMUNDRA AGGREGATE REVENUE ACCOUNT FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31st DECEMBER, 1945 Df- ? EXPENDITURE ~ INCOME Cr. „ , £ s. d. £ s. d. £ s. d. £ s. d. To General Fund. By General Fund. Admlnist. Exes ? 762 0 9 Rates and Ex. Chs ? 8020 10 7 Public Works ? 3653 0 7 General Purposes ? 114 13 5 Health Admin ? 3448 13 8 Public Works ? 672 9 6 Public Services ? 2391 10 10 Health Admin ? 2322 10 2 Municipal Property ? 698 9 11 Public Services ? 1643 3 2 Miscellaneous . . .... 1081 6 1 Municipal Property ? 657 19 3 — ? ? 12035 1 10 Miscellaneous ? 189 14 2 To Street Lighting Fund. ? 13621 0 3 Street Lighting and Admin. 474 10 C By Street Lighting Fund. To Eicctricity fund. Lighting Hates ? 534 3 1 Pureh. ElectrlcK y ? 10153 2 11 By Electricity Fund. Other Expenses ? 4330 19 10 ' Sales Electricity ? 1645C 0 8 — ? 14484 2 !l Miscellaneous ? 262 15 5 To Gas Fund. ? 16718 1C 1 Manufacture ? . 3703 19 10 By Gas Fund. Distribution, etc ? . . 1811 6 3 Sales Gas ? 4696 7 0 i ? Miscellan...

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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TOWN COUNCIL MAYOR REPORTS ON HOUSING [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 23 July 1946

TOWN COUNCIL MAYOR REPORTS ON HOUSING The Mayor 'Aid Straiten) presided over the fortnight.'y meeting of the Cootamundra Town Council last night. Others present : Aldermen Nicholson, i Deputy-Mayor. . Conkey. Bruderlin. Hutton. Moorhot.se, Dickson, and wuni A letter was received from Alderman j Leonard, statin;} that owing to health i ( astiiis. lie reluctantly requested leave i of absence. He stated that he was un able at this stage to say how long he. would be absent. Council granted leave of jibsencc.for three months, at the- end of which period il would be reviewed. It also extended ils sympathy, and expressed a wish for his speedy recov ery. Mayoral Minute The Mayer subpiitlcd the following: 'I have to report that, accompanied by Alderman Bruderlin and the Town! Clerk. Alderman Nicholson being un-j avoidably absent. I attended tlie in terviews arinngcd and introduced by Mr. S. D. Dickson. M.L.A.. on llth Jt.ly. ! 'Minist -I- for Education: We placed before the Minister the urge...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 23 July 1946

Friday, 26th July, 1946 ; AUSTRALIAN LEGION OF EX-SERVICE MEN AND WOMEN ' '(Cootamundra Sub-l-rai.vh.i ; THE monthly MEETING of the above .'.s..ocl;uio:i will be held at til'' LITERARY INSTITUTE Oil FRIDAY NEXT, al 7.30 p.m. All members and intending members :ue a-.ked ;o attend. BUSINESS: Discussion on War Memorial: General. A debate will take place at. tiie eonclitsiui ol business. KEITH WILLIAMS. Hon. Secretary. SUTTON'S. Sydney, will pay cash fJt your Pl.ivi-i ur Piano, out of order no objeciur. in;; must be iron frame. Prcmp; wh payment. Write, giving' particulars --i make, price .etc. :o SUTTONS PTY.. LTD., 42 York St. Sydney. RADIO REPRESENTATION CLIFF .SCOTT is tir; authorised Ereville. Aiizim... Kriv.slcr. and Philips Distribute r. Buy from a R.v.i!-; Special:.-!. CLIFF SCOTT'S. 110, Wallend.'i :ii Street. NEW Tractors. Field Marshall Diesel and David Brown 4-eyllnder. 20 h.p. Demonstrations given Phone 160.' McCLEARY'S GARAGE. | CALL and inspect our range of . Children';, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 23 July 1946

Woods' Great Peppermint 'Cure Works Wonders for Coughs, Colds CERTIFICATE | gr/W/ggJ I! If^WiSE OLD OWL SAT ON A FENCE wf-\ AND WHAT HE SAID WAS COMMON SENSE j _ — - — ? { SHOP WITH OUR -«=«?— ADVERTISERS AND ; | mention what you sow j ADVERTISED I in this Newspaper. !

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COOTAMUNDRA AND DISTRICT WAR MEMORIAL FUND [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 23 July 1946

COOTAMUNDRA AND I DISTRICT WAR MEMORIAL' FUND Kern disappointment was experi enced by many of the sports queen's i supporters when it was found that tlia ! tennis: tournament, arranged by Hie, 'own Tennis club for last Sunday, j had to be postponed, as some of the courts were uiicier water. However, lh'\v will still have an opportunity to show wiiat they can do, as the tottrna- ! mcnt will now be held on Sunday week. ' All sporting clubs are advised that the sports queen's committee will hold its meetings in future on Wednesday nights, at 7.30, in the Assembly Room. The supporters cf the commerce queen will please note that their coin- ' miuee will meet next Friday, in the Assembly Room, at 7.30 p.m. A good attendance is expected al both these meetings. |

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 23 July 1946

TONIGHT | UNITED PROTESTANT t ASSOCIATION ?yiiK MEETING ol the above will b'j held TONIGHT and Mot ; Thursday as previously advertised. Tiie meeting will be held in the Methodist Sunday School Hall, commencing at 7.30 p!m. sharp. Business: Election of Officers: There will be a short' talk by a member on a documeni recently re ceived.

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PROPOSED NEW WAR MEMORIAL IN COOTAMUNDRA Council Likely to Support' [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 23 July 1946

PROPOSED NEW WAR MEMORIAL IN COOTAMUNDRA Council Likely to Support ' At last night's meeting of the Coota mundra Town Council, the Mayor 'Aid. Sliattoni reported, thai a meeting will be called ill a fortnight lo consider tlie proposed new wat memorial in Coota mundra. As the leading body In the town, council would have to determine its attitude to the proposal. In whatever form may take and. furthermore. J would .- tve to state at a later stage to what ex. cut Hie council would be pre pared to assist tlie fund instituted for I such purpose. Aid. Conkey said that it was un doubtedly a step in the right direction. Aid. Hutton said that, as council was involved for the sum of £2500 m con nection with taking over the Literary institute, and as the institute might probably be incorporated in the new proposal, lie did not see why council could not wholly support the matter. 'I have not the slightest doubt.'- said Aid. Nicholson, 'tiiat the citizens of Cootamundra will be behind it.' Aid. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 23 July 1946

Best, for Coughs, colds, Influenza Woods' Greot Pcppormint Cure

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POLICE COURT (TODAY) Before Mr. R. A. Hardwicke, P.M. Driving Under the Influence [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 23 July 1946

POLICE COURT (TODAY) Before Mr. R. A. Hardwicke, P.M. Driving Under the Influence Alexander Lloyd Michie, 27, pleaded guilty to driving a motor vehicle while under the influence' of liquor. Mr. Kinsey (Messrs. Kinsey and Cal lan i appeared for tiie defendant. Constable Haskew deposed: De fendant drove a motor veil ids1 at about midnight, on 21st inst. whilst under the influence of liquor. The car was going in tin erratic course in Cooper street, . - To Mr. Kinsey: He is a member of a very r'.spectablc family. Ha is a discharged Serviceman. He has been warned heroic for the same thing. I do not know that his work necessitates tha use or his own car. Mr. Kinsey: He has no previous ( convictions. lie lias a war service cf | 5' years, having served in the A.I.F.j and R.A.A.K. i ask that ho be dis-| charged under Section '550A. He will give an assurance that lie will not partake cf liquor when using the car.| P.M.: An intoxicated driver is nt menace to everyone using the road: but in vie...

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PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 23 July 1946

PERSONAL Mrs. Ann Morison. of Sydney, is staying at tile Hotel Cootamundra. Mr. Nick Carter, brother of Mrs. Norman Hendetsou. of Cootamundra. Ls .'pending ft holiday here. Mr. Tom Carberr.v. of Gobarralon;:. was admitted to tiie Gundagai Dis trict Hosuital last week. Cootumundra friends of Mr. Roy Jcssup. who was formerly employed by John Meagher and Co.. will be pleased to hear that he is now back again in Cootamundra with that firm. A cliilu, M.irg.'.rit Davis, of Be tlmngra. \ is paying in the school grounds \v! .n itad the misfortune to fall an.. -tuu ....? arm. She was taken by the Junee ambulance to Cootainimdra for medical attention. John, .son of Mr. and Mrs. It. A. Hordwicke, of Cootamundra. and a member of the Royal Australian. Navy, is spending leave at Cootamundra with Ills parents. John, who is now 20, went lo school at Cootamundra, but it is 11 years since he was back- here. Peter Finley, elcjer son of Dr: C. Finley and the late Mrs. Finley. has announced his engageme...

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JUNEE SPORTS GROUND BEST IN AUSTRALIA [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 24 July 1946

JUNEE SPORTS GROUND BEST IN AUSTRALIA 'The sports ground at Junee, is the best in Australia,' Edgar : Newhani. Cowra's International footballer, ti»ld a' gathering of Cowra sportsmen at a dinner given in his honor. 'And vlnt is not only my ^pinion,' he added. 'It is - the opinion of English and Australian footballers.' Newham also instanced the spljndid ground at Gymp'.e (Q.), which .was due entirely to the efforts of tho citizens. 'If cowra ever wish to achieve any thing worth while in the sporting world, it would have to provide a ground that they would be proud to ask anyone to play on,' said New ham. 'The present sports ground fa cilities In Cowra are a disgrace,' he said.

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DOG CROWD GOES WILD [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 24 July 1946

DOG CROWD GOES WILD ' Angered by the disqualification of a greyhound which finished second in a race at Harrlngay track, London, the crowd went berserk. Thousands of people surged ' on to the track. They tore up hurdles and fencing, and wrecked the photo finish camera. Several fires were started. Lighting equipment and the plategl'ass around the restaurant were smashed by irat'.; punters before police regained control. People prevented firemen from ex tinguishing fires. When the crowds dispersed, the track presented a scene reminiscent of . 'blitz' davs. The track looked as if it had been showered by incendiary, bombs. Police arrested several of the dem onstrators.

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GOLF BENNETT'S COURSE RECORD AT JUNEE [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 24 July 1946

GOLF BENNETT'S COURSE RECORD AT . JUNEE In the stroke handicap L. Bennett returned a 66, which was - two under par, and a course record.

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HOW EDGAR NEWHAM BECAME AN INTERNATIONAL FOOTBALLER [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 24 July 1946

HOW EDGAR NEWHAM BECAME AN INTERNATIONAL FOOTBALLER 1 At a dinner giv.-n 1 in his honor at Cowra, Kdgar Newhain, Cowra's foot ball captain and coach, told the;gather mg that in his youthful days .he had ambitions of representing Australia at cricket, but instead he became an In iei national footballer. ' ? . He said that his father and rela thes were well known for their cric ket prowess, and lie was anxious to lollow in their footsteps. His entry into football, some 14 years ayo, was more by accident than de sign, as it was only at the request of his mate. Bob Burke, that he played wan Cowra against Wattamondara be cause of the depletion of Cowra's team through injuries. I11 this match, recalled Edgar, he wore a pair of sandshoes, no socks, khaki trousers ar.d a faded blue guern sey. He scored six tries in that match, and from thence on became a regular player. , ' Alter several seasons witli' Cowra, he decided to try his luck in' the city, and eventually played several seasons wit...

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"BURRIN[?]UCK SILTING UP" [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 24 July 1946

'iii'i!i:iN.uciv Hii.TiNt; i;i-' The Minister for tlie inu-rior. Mr Johnson, told Mr. Puller. m.h.R. for Hume, that an ucldiiior.al ilam luglier t |- ti'.e cotter river w.ts ]ii',inned. . j Hjdro iiU'i-triu power tnim tlie Mur r'.'.m.'eidgee and Cut:-.- r. was not ye: und'.-r ee.n.suleraiion. bin lie wouid have them investigated. lnterviHwed oulsiii.- iiie House after' que: lion tins:. Mr. Piilier said that the Burrinjiick Dam iva* si::ing up. . | U 1 1 let's arrangemeuts were made to' provide more eiJCtri;' current. Indus trie.; in tiie Riverina towns which do pendtd on power lrom liurrinjuok would be MTinusiy aiieetcd m a few | years, hi- said.

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