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NURSES PAY [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 24 July 1946
Nl'USES' PAY ! DeHariny at 111? Yass Hospiial lica-d that no other profession wouKl, mind the low wages received hy; ntir.-cs, Capt. K. Parker, ex-matron of j tiie Yn.-is Hosiiital. asked indignantly: ??Where can I go ar.d say these things?' | Chairman Shannon: Go into the sail .-ry cf Parliament House. and y:.u uu-'!:; get some ol your friends in hiu-h tlie dust and dirt off you when il..'y pick you up out cf the !ju--j ? v.'.-h.im sheahan is the only man win. ..ii. d-- something.' lie added. j M: ? Parker tc.ld til? board the Hi! A. sa-.d lo be tiie strongest bori.vj in tiie world, 'but you never hearj ilii r.i 4--uing up and asking for extra v.-aue.s lcr luti'ses. 1 would go to the Enrctai-y of t it;* B.M.A. if ! thought it , '.viukl (l i any good.' she added. I
TENNIS [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 24 July 1946
TENNIS Country Club No. 2 v Tpwn No. 2 : j A. Clarke and B. Soutter v Loiterton j and Keogh, O7I; A. Clarke and b. Soutter v Duff and Manwaring, 6-5; J. Nlcholls and N. conkey v Loiterton nnd Keogh, 0-2; Mrs. conkey and Miss Treweek v Mrs. Sullivan and Mrs. Hanlon. 6-0; B. Soutter and Mils Treweek v Duff and Mrs. Sullivan, 6-1; A. Clarke and Mrs.' Conkey v Man waring and Mrs. Hanlon,. 6-1; j. Nichclls and Miss Trewceic v Keogh and Mrs. Sullivan, 6-2; N. Conkey and Mrs. conkey v Loiterton aiid , Mrs. Hanlon. , ...... Country Club No. 2 won by'47, gamis to 14. ' ' '
JULY AN EXTRAORDINARY RAINFALL MONTH [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 24 July 1946
.n i.Y. an kxti:aordi.\'.\i:y ! ItAINI AI.l. MON TH TI.l- month of July has been ,i in e\traoidinary one as far as rain,:i!l reyis: rations have been concerned. ' 'i here has actually been rain rei.ird cd on 13 days, but tlie total for * li- month is only 13G paixits. and nu-'c tiian iinif ol that was on the first of the month. The fcllc.whig have been tiie read- ings: . j 1st ? '.. 72 ; 2nd ? 1 3rd ? 0 4th ? 4 13th ? 3 15th ? 4 16:h ? ? ? C i 27th ? ' .. 4 j 18th ? 3 | lEit.ll ? 1 ! 22:id ? U j -:jrd ? 4 j 21th ? 11 I
THIRD GRADE CHALLENGE FOR ELLWOOD CUP [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 24 July 1946
THIRD GRADE CHALLENGE FOR ELLWOOD CUP On Sunday, August 11. a combined | Cootamundra third grade team will travel to Illabo to challenge for the Ellwood Cup. Selectors and support ers alike are quite . confident of bringing the cup back to cootamundra. Following the final of the third I [jrado competition, a challenge wiill also' be issued by the combined thirds | for the Batros trophy, new, held , by j Barmedman. ? . I 'The following players are requested | to report at - Albert Park at 7: p.m. on Tuesday and Thursday, next for train ing:. . J. Butler, ;T. Burrovvs. C. Walsh, B. Mangan, T. O'Dwyer; F. Shurinsr N. Crowe; R. Shurmer,. B: Clarke, K Duffy, T. McDfivitt,-- M. , Howse, , ,K Wheatley, D. McKee, J. Henniker, ,A Williams, '.T.. Howse. On Saturday, August 3, commencing j at 3.45 p.m., a trial. game of the above team will take . place at Fisher Park. A liandscme trophy has been donat- i ed- by Mr. Taylor (dry cleaner), of Parker street, Cootamundra, for the winning team of th...
LOCAL ELECTRICITY SUPPLY IN COUNTRY DISTRICTS [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 24 July 1946
l.tU'AI. I.I.KC lll 'I I Y Sl'l'I'l.V IN , ( Ol N'l'KV DlSi'ltlt 'IS : j. ... v. .11 be cmuim; ln:o the Ill-i,.. Irlii: uiea in tin- immediate future it .ii.- pur,.-', -e ?' la'-nnu a .'r.' v.-y pycp.iratorv : r. ill'- in-'-'idlatU'r. ''1 electricity in vari.m- rural djstnet--. Tills iiif.:rmatic:i ???.;»- -.-.leaned tlie Northern Itivcr.na c-miny i'-'.i:i- cil meeting at Temma by one Illr.b-j shire repr.'.seiita'.:v-.'.- C:. ii 1. Robertson. A. though he has been pre.-.-::.u M' immediate work within tiie !:.? Shire urea. Cr. Robertson ol ' opinion that the County Council p . :. lo complete projects already in hn. lath.'-r than branching out on m ones. His anticipation is that the Iil.ii' sr.nc area cannot expect the c :i. niencem-.ut of either the electrici:-. o: water projects until some time r.exl year.
BOXING NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 24 July 1946
BOXING NOTES (By. 'Left-hook.') I Featherweight champion cf Coota-j mundra, Jim Hartas. was training at the gym. on Monday night. He let himself off lightly by doing a few I rounds of boxing and a couple 011 the ' rope. This is the first time we have seen him in action at the gym., but ' it will not be tlie last, as he will be training every niulit mior tr, hu forthcoming fight. jim showed qreat form by giving Ron Blackney a boxing lesson in a friendly spar. j So far the promoters have not .'e- ' ceived any challenges from Stockiu or Wallviullicen. J There may fce some good talent among the youngsters in these towns, and it will not be known what these beys are like unbss they are tried cut. so, come on Stockinbingal nnd Walltndbeen, show us that you can take It right 011 the chin ! Tlie next time yoti are iu town hand your nume' nnd weight to Mr. jack Bryant, of Messrs. Bruce Small';,. Wallendiwn street, Cootamundra, and lie will match you. The gymnasium in Parker street is in full...
COOTAMUNDRA AND DISTRICT WAR MEMORIAL FUND [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 24 July 1946
t'OOTAMJ-NDKA AND DISTKU'T ] « .ir 'ili'MOiMAL IT'ND r:c. a.xn:.ui.':isJ«l ?? £-15fi - 10 I v i,|j;i:;s Q.icrn 'Miss 1 'T::,r ? 125 5 n ,\::s. K. Cc liiu .i ? 10 0 (;ucen ( cinipeliliii' | 1 he '.otnig s-' :ai'-' Coinnici'c Q.a''1 l.ileen ONeil' 5-00 Spor.- C,-.io u 'Mil' Smith i .. 5010 Thi- coii.ii -1! is really getting m tcrcs.:::'. On Monday the Sports Cucen ici'd.ng by a head, now the comiiieiee Qtiee:i Iws pushed fonvard I. i.-adims Hy . . . Ji^l a nose. M.all we ..iy' ?\ l.i.: r.u'.i r. i: !. In ids of fun thrown ? m i- on Thursday. Its O'lnmnvc Queer. Kib'cn O Nell's dance. n.-n'. :n.:-. it n'^n'1 il for
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 24 July 1946
I I FEDERAL INCOME TAX ! AND SOCIAL SERVICES CONTRIBUTION ? ? 1 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT RETURNS showinR the $ INCOME derived during the .Kur ciiJtuI Stith June, are required to be furnished in the prescribed manner to me, by all perfons specified hereunder, on or before the dates hereinafter stated: — 4 1. ON OR 'BEFORE 31 it JULY, 1946— fcy By all persons who derived income from any sourcc during ffeVi the year ended 30th June, 1946, being income from the ?ftjj following classes — 'fyjO (a) salaries, wages, allowances, bonuses, stipends, overtime, or-other remuneration as employees; or ;® (b) rent, interest, annuities, dividends, or any other source except from a business, trade or profession. WTURN FORM S should be used where an Employee's income _ from class (a) only. RETURN FORM A should be used where the income was from — classes (a) and (M.or from class (b) only. I An individual, other than a person in business, whose gross income from all sources for the year ended ^Oih J...
LOCAL & GENERAL THE T.B. KNOCK [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 24 July 1946
LOCAL & GENERAL j ! Tin: '1.15. KNOCK I T.B. generally knocks on your chest, and Hit! kno::k is so hard that it tic- ! qucntly brings death. This week ami next the T.B. 'knock' will be oil your front door, ami tile pun affected will i he yi)i;:- purse. the object being to counteract that knock on i-a.- chest of ?so many people lyo'iik; . and noi .so young i ol Cootaimindra who iuyv suf fer from tuberculosis. Tile Antl-T.B C'Jimniliie !„i., de cided to make, u direct appeal yir. nnd we understand Unit each ? ? mi:- iceman is to start the hall roiling v.iih a donation of tsvc guineas. Yen may be able to give more than that amount, and the honorary collector will be de lighted to take it. On the other hand, your donation, though il may be very much smaller, will be very welcome. The municipal area lia.s a figure of £360 to reach, and this amount works out at seven .shillings for each home. Cnn you manage seven shillings and earn the gratitude of aliv We feel1 sure you cnn and w...
JEWISH TERRORISTS Admit Hotel Bombing [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 24 July 1946
JEWISH TERRORISTS Admit Hotel Bombing JERUSALEM, Wednesday: After j thirty hours of work, British troops j and ambulance men hud brought I out ?)' dead and 55 injured from the ruins of the King David Jlote!, where Jewish terrorists set orr .1 ' bomb on Monday. I I It is believed that VI piMsims are I still missing, ; While the starch ji |„.jn„ ducted for the terrorists, warnings | were telephoned to General lun ? ningham's residence ami also the i Central Police Station last night j that both places would be 'bl.nvn ! up' in a few hours. ! A ciiiiiinuuicjuc issued by Irgun j Zvai Leumi, terrorist organisation, ^ acknowledging the organisation's responsibility fcr the bombing of tlir. ? King David Hotel. It is alleged thai the Uritisli had disregarded a tele ! phone warning 27 minutes before llie i explosion. ' The r»ininunii|iic said: 'Irgun sol diers attackrd the ccntres of the British 'occupation' Government as a battle Kitli tlie lirltish Army and Police forces.' The communique e...
SPORT IN THE [?]TURE [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 24 July 1946
SPORT IN THE ! , ithri: ,\ li-.t r.i I i:i ha-- jn-t gone tlirinigli llunc Ill li .i':: tin- 'ashes' in llie nrirs (I Uusliy l.rasui' tests played i' AnstMlia. II »?' ? Hit- fir.-.t serious In ti i n.i 1 1-- 1 I'lui mill r in this ciuiiilry shirr tin- liTiniiiatir.il of Wiirlii War II. '| !n- in; t t';al Kirjland v.mi -ir Auslialii Ir I is r.i-ilhcr here neir (lii-re. The i;i:ih- wire impi.rlanl frimi' I'll' pciul i r uiw liuit (hey mailied (he irsiinipti.m n! uiil.l spurt. Nr\l siiiimi.it itia-l.s another era in : porting hi.sl.i;.. ilure will be two liig I'veiils— ill.' vi-it t T till; English crii-kctt rs ami the d.-t'cucc of the Davis Cup hy Australian trimis players. ISnth will make fri::-.l-p:r;c news — a happy ? cplaecment Lr. six years of war bul letins. ; Ccatamundra, like (he rest of Ail':- ' trails, will fcllcw with enthusiastic in terest tlic deeds cf our cricket anil ten- ; ills stars anil thise r.f their oppunents. j Some of us will be fortunate enough tc see' them in ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 24 July 1946
jv f ROFESStON At il ' j7& R A.. SPEIRS Jj!; Optometrists . k: , AUSTRAL CHAMBERS ! MR. K. .A. Sl'EIKS. IM.O. Hon. (Svil.l ,'f CONSULTATIONS: Tlwmla--. - !--m to ?' p.m. F' iilny i. fl a.m. tr- 3 p.m. ? cf:iw? i pen Monday to Suturdii.v tor r.i! jus: men's and replacements. ?phone. 133. for ap poii.tmi' is. 6tV4 l v^ , *\\\- \ 'Cootamundra Daily Hcrold' WEDNESDAY. JUI.Y 21. 1918. ^
CHEAPER PETROL AND KEROSENE [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 24 July 1946
CHEAPER PETROL AND KEROSENE CANBERRA. Wed.; Reductions in | the price ot petrol and eight other I petroleum products, to operate from to-day. were announced by the Prices ! Co»mii.'.sio:icr 'Mr. McCarthy -. The reductions will be: Petrol fuel lighting and power kerosene . Id. a ital lon: distillate. 2d. a gallon: aviation spirit, octane 95. id. a gallon: octane 100. Id. a gallon: die.-el oil and fur nace oil. 25 a ton. Mr. McCarthy said the reductions followed a fall in the landed costs. Petrol would now be lid. a gallon cheaper, and power kerosene 3id. a gallon cheaper than tiie highest level reached during the war. Fuel oil would be £3 5 6 a ton cheaper.
OVERSEAS NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 24 July 1946
OVERSEAS NEWS I „ .Qycrseasfnews.ln this newspaper is supplied by Australian Associated Press. Sources include in England The Times. Daily Telegraph, Daily Mail, Daily Herald. Daily Express. Manchest er Guardian. Renter's World Service, Associated Press of Great Britain,! and Exchange Telegraph Agency; and in America, the New York Times. Herald-Tribune. Associated Press, and the North American Newspaper Aili-i ance. Matter from the London Times dues not express that news paper's view unless so stated.