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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 24 July 1946

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Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 24 July 1946

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RECORD RIDE AROUND AUSTRALIA PER PUSH BIKE NIGH 50 YEARS AGO [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 24 July 1946

RECORD RIDE ! MOID AUSTRALIA PER PUSH BIKE I NIGH 50 YEARS AGO! (By Donald Mackay, C.B.E.) We were now terribly thirsty, hav ing neglected to have a drink wlillc coming tlirousli the yorse. We noticed creek timber on otir left. Tills wns Jasper's Creek: but' it was now far awa.v. apparently following the ranges. In a few miles we saw big timber j on our right, about half ti nifile off the! track. Seeing its course was bearing ' away, we derided to go over arid look | for water. Following it up. we found pools only lately dried up. as a little green gra-'s still grew on the edge of one of the big holes. We tried digging, but without result, so made back to the j pari. At dusk v.e -truci: a creek known as Bob's Crave. It was hemmed in by small .stiny lulls. In a pdol hedged with pandanus wo found good water, had something to cat and went 011 in case the blacks were 'n our trail. Losing thi' pad we turned into the bush, and fcv the litt.e moonlight found | a nice open piece of ground, ...

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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SMART ARREST AT PICTON [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 24 July 1946

SMART ARREST AT PICTON Two Sydney detectives and six rail way detectives arrested three lucn ir. ' a motor car at Picton railway vards early 011 Tuesday morning. ' The police had been waiclii.'ie, soim- , men remove iiquor and other goods! from a railway truck and as tile car : was driven along the roadway, tin- eight , dctectivcs dashed out with pistols J drawn. The driver saw the eight i guns, and decided to apply the brakes, j

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 24 July 1946

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 24 July 1946

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 24 July 1946

: MDKCSTn GNAWING YOU? 5r EASE IT IN A fjjs&A TICK OR TWO! lOT When that vicious enemy, acidity. attacks you, the important tiling is to counter-attack quickly'. That is what Rennies ' do! /jSa Wherever you arc, /g A you can suck Ren ,\ ? nies one at'ier the ?' ij ft) other. Rennies are ' igSSiy tablets wrapped in ; div.idually like sweets (so you can carry tliem loose I11 handbag or pocket) and you suck them like sweets. Their 15 ingre tdients go to work 011 that acidity at once. Pain melts away. Get Rennies to-day. 1/lS a packet at chemists and stores, or four times tlie quantity for 3/ 101. DIGESTIF °kS7% RENNIES H C rol/eve the pain of lnd}a'iilon SID CHAMBERS OF THE ANNOUNCES THAT HE HAS JUST INSTALLED A NEW REB0RING AND SLEEVIKG WORK CAN. NOW BE CARRIED OUT IN A MATTER OF DAYS AS AGAINST WFEKS. THE MODERN GARAGE N.R.M.A. Representative Wallencloon and Sulton Streets 'PHONE : 214

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SPORTING ROSEHILL SATURDAY'S FIELDS [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 24 July 1946

[?] ROSEHILL SATURDAY'S FIELDS 1 SYDNEY. Wednesday: The follow ing acceptors were declared today for the Itosehill meeting 011 Saturday: ?nVO-YEAK-OIJJ HANDICAP.— 7 Furlongs At 1 p.m. Double Mint 17) ? 9 1 November ( 1 ' ? 8 3 Waltcinata - 13 1 ? 8 3 Co-Rc (8) ? 8 0 Denali (18) ? 7 13 Tengur - 3 ? ? 7 13 Clipper (12) ? 7 11 Tiger Royal (10) ? 7 11 Man At Arms (10) ? 7 9 Star Vite (22) ? 7 9 Poolfox (14) ? 7 8 Cross of Gold (5) ? 7 8 Grand City (9) ? 7 C Student (2 1 ? 7 6 Lady Eva 1 20) ? 7 Ii My Hero (17) ? 7 6 Gay Leader (1- ? 7 3 Merrilyn tUi ? 7 2 Chins Up (19) ? 7 2 Silver Elk (11 1 ? 7 1 Bell Rock (15) ? 7 0 Doncella (21) ? 7 0 LIUCOMISE FIXER WEIGHT MAIDEN. — 9 Furlongs At 1.35 p.m. Bronze Knight -20) ? 8 3 Skipalong (11- ? 8 8 Midstra (22) ? 8 8 Eddystone (12) ? 8 8 Lady Lac 1 13- ? -. . 8 8 Feltred (10) ? 8 8 Sancherie - 15 ? ? 8 8 Cherokee Lad (23 1 ? 8 8 Winpar (9) ? 8 3 Crown Felt (7) ? 8 3 Potential 101 ? 8 8 Hops (8) ? 8 8 Omer Lad (19) ? 8 8 Treason tl) ? 8 8 Torment ...

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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COMMUNITY EFFORT AND POISON BAIT IN GRASSHOPPER CONTROL [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 24 July 1946

COMMUNITY EFFORT AND POISON BAIT IN GRASSHOPPER CONTROL 'It is only by concerted action on the part of all concerned that an ef fective grasshopper control campaign can be carried out,' said Mr. S. L. Allman, senior Entomologist, Depart ment of Agriculture, addressing the State conference of the Agricultural Bureau. Mr. Allman appealed '.o branches of the bureau to assist Pastures Protec tion Boards by forming grasshopper control committees. Those commit tees could encourage and advise land holders as to control measures. They could also assist P.P. Boards by re porting Uateri hatching and swarm-, ing, help with the establishment of bait-mixiim and distributing centres and organise transport of materials | on a co-operative basis. Nothing has happened in recent! weeks to cause departmental experts to revise their earlier prediction of a grasshopper piague of perhaps unpre cedented severity this coming spring Bureau branciies contacted to date have shown full appreciation of the magn...

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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29 MINES IDLE As Conference Goes On [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 24 July 1946

29 MINES IDLE As Conference Goes On SYDNEY. Wednesday: With 29 N.S.W. mines idle today for 11 produc tion loss of more than '.7 000 ton-i. 1 miners' leaders are hoping that peace on the coalfields will be restored by| the compulsory conference which be-i gaii in Sydney today.

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GUNDAGAI SHIRE'S SOUND FINANCIAL POSITION President Replies to Paper [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 24 July 1946

GUNDAGAI SHIRE'S SOUND FINANCIAL , POSITION President Replies to Paper In reply to an article published in the 'Gundagai Independent,' and re-, produced hi this journal. Cr. T. G i LkKllcy. president of tlie Gundauai Shire Council, has. written; | 'l fed the statements in the 'Gun- dagai independent,' published on the, 18th instant, referring to the fir..in-| cial position of the Gundagai Shite' Council cannot be allowed lo ias:-: without comment. Tiie mo of the phrases, 'Shire in financial diffi'atl tics' and reference lo tiie council be- ' ing financially embarrassed.' I feel. I are not justified, and actually arc tioi in accord with fact. j 'The council, at its meeting last Tuesday, decided upon a course at ac tion which was designed to avoi l fin ancial difficulties, and to prevent it! from becoming financially embarras-, sed. Tills is a vastly different v.a'.e. of affairs to that as reported by you.j ? The reason why seven men were to ; be given notice is that too great a propo...

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LIFTING OF MEAT QUOTAS Criticised by Master Butchers' Secretary [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 24 July 1946

LIFTING OF MEAT QUOTAS Criticised by Master Butchers' - Secretary | SYDNEY, Wednesday; -a girt io. the black market,' was how the gene-j ral secretary of the Master Btitcivi.s' Association iMr. Kef ford 1 today des-! cribed the Governments decision tn! lift mint quotas from wholesalers; while maintaining the coupon system for butchers and consumers. He said the Government would | have been better advised to retain the' quotas and lift the coupon rationing, j so that supplies could be regulated to a greater advantages for the public. I

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WHAT'S ON? (As Advertised in This Issue.) [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 24 July 1946

'fSTf'sWi I (As Advertised in This Issue.) i Fri.. .inly 26: tenth birthday party of the Mothers' Club, to be held in Towt Hull. 1

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SKIERS MAY BE MAROONED By Swollen Rivers [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 24 July 1946

SKIERS MAY BE MAROONED By Swollen Rivers | SYDN3Y. Wednesday: Snow-bcund skiers at Mount Kosciusko may he marooned indefinitely if the rivers in the area rise much higher, according to the Divisional Meteorologist (Mr. Newman), who said that, as the re sult of heavy snowstorms and rains, there was a danger of flr-eis. The head waters of the Murray,! Murrumbidgee, Snowy, and Tumut I rivers are already at flood level, and; Mr. Newman said that conditions 1 would become aggravated to a consid-j erable extent as the snow thawed, j

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CHURCH NOTICES CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 24 July 1946

CHURCH NOTICES j CHURCH OP ENGLAND | Wednesday. July 24. Christ Cnun...i 7.30, Holy communion. I Friday, July 26. Choir Practice 7.15.1 Sunday. July 23. 6th Sunday after. Trinity. Christ church 8, Holy Com-j munion; 7.30 Evensong. Stockinbin-: gal 11. Holy communion: Wallenci-j been 3, Evensong. Rev. A. W. Havri; j Rector. I PRESBYTERIAN Friday July 25; Choir Practice, 8 ' Sunday. Juiv 28; Scots Church 11 j and 7.30. Dirnaseer 3. Rev. Harold] Perkins, Minister. j METHODIST | Sunday. July 28; Cootamundra 11 and 7.30. Rev. R. J. Casliln; Jindalce 3. Mr. A. Cunningham; Brawlin 2.30. R--'.' R. J. Casliin. Meeting of Bible Study on WJdnes ! day 7.30. Subject. 'The Garden of 'i Eden.' I Friday. Choir Practice. 7.30. Rev j R. J. Cashin. Minister.

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MANSLAUGHTER CHARGE [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 24 July 1946

MANSLAUGHTER CHARGE James Anthony Hilton, laborer, of Lavinglon. near Albury, was commit ted ior trial by the Albury coroner I Mr. E. J. Ethel-ton) 011 a charge of manslaughter. The charge arose out of an accident in which a motor cycle ridden by Noel Gordon Evans, soldier, and a cycle ridden by Hilton collided, causing Ed ward Leslie Fern, aged 76 vears. lab orer. of Lavington. who was riding pil lion 011 the motor cycle, to be thrown ' to the roadway. 5 ; Fern received injuries from which he subsequently died. It was alleged that Hi'. 11 swerved into the motor cycle as it was about to pass him. and, the coroner maintained that by negligent, riding Hilton was responsible for the accident.

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PERTH SINKING Reports of Survivors [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 24 July 1946

PERTH SINKING Reports of Survivors I BATAVIA, Wednesday: The Aus tralian frigate Macqunric sailed from| Batavia to Investigate reports to the! effect that some members of the! crew cf the Australian cruLser Perth,! which was sunk in the Battle ol tne| ?lava Sea in 1 were still alive 011 1 some small islands in Sunda Strai'sj between Java and Sumatra.' I Authorities, however, warn against' undue optimism. The decision '.o! search the islands follows continual | rumors. principally from native ( sources, that some survivors of tile 'ill fated cruiser managed to reach land, and arc still alive.

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FLOOD WARNING Received at Wagga Yesterday Tumut River in Flood Condition [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 24 July 1946

FLOOD WARNING Received at Wagga Yesterday Tumut River in Flood Condition A flood warning . has been received | by the Wagja police which stated that the river at Tumut was 12 feet yes terday. and at Talbingo 15 feet. Fanners on low-lying country at Dar balaro. Gundagai and Brunyle were advised to move their stock to high land. inquiries made yesterday indicated that Hood conditions were expected in | the Tumut Valley, but that the posi- I tion in the Mmrumbidgee Valley gave 1.0 cause tor alarm. Mr. J. W. Wilks, of the Wanga and J Gundagai Flcod Warning Association, j said that he had been in touch with | Tumut and Gundagai. At Gundagai I (.here was 110 extra water coming from , the creeks flowing into the Murrain- 1 i bidoCe. River. I At Tumut. however, the river had ? risen to 12i feet yesterday morning and. as there had been heavy rain over ; j a period of days in the mountainous I Talbingo country, the Timiul River, j Mr. Wilks added, was likely to go up I to 14 or 15 feet. Tins ...

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DRASTIC COAL BILL [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 24 July 1946

DRASTIC COAL BILL When the Coal Authority Bill is in troduced into the House of Represen tatives tomorrow, it will provide for drastic disciplinary action against both owners and miners responsible for un warranted stoppages on N.S.W. coal fields. The bill will place the N.S.W. coal industry under Commonwealth-State control, and will be introduced by the Minister for Reconstruction iMr. Dcd mam. ft will give the Federal and N.b.W. Governments cunirol of the industry 011 the widest possible basis short of 1 nationalisation. It is understocd Unit the disciplinary measures uill provide for: — ill The Government to take over control of mines where the owners arc responsible for unwarranted stoppages; 1 2) Miners guilty of frivolous strikes to be suspcndul l'n::a the industry; 13) A special industrial Tribunal will be set up to pcvniit appeals by own ers and miners. - 4 - Conln.i 0! the industry to be vested in a s'-iitimrj authority of three independent experts, who will be as sisted by...

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STATE LOTTERY First to Leichhardt [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 24 July 1946

STATE LOTTERY First to Leichhardt SYDNEY. Wednesday: State lottery No. 13G3 was drawn today. First prize was won by No. 1433. 'We 3' syndicate. Mrs. L. Dyer, 10 j Hathern street. Leichhardt. i Second. No. 64G15. 'P. M. J. W.' syn dicate, W. Wall, 14 Caroline street,! Kir.gsgrove. I Third. No. 7972G. 'Three Musketeers': syndicate, Mrs. E. Hawkins, care Bank of N.S.W.. Rozelle. Fourth. No. :S3514. 'New' syndicate. E. J. O'Brien, 24 Ferry road, Gleoc Point. 10 PRIZES AT £1011 2288 9130 100(i3 25D30 33020 3341G 42470 49G55 73277 9S9I5 10 PRIZES AT £50 11237 41943 42198 520R7 57529 62645 72165 72427 70395 93478 10 I'RI/.ES AT £40 4273 7761 17811 23533 42457 4889G 70228 719G0 73241 84986 10 PRIZES AT £3SI 20340 24249 24577 33281 34912 41075 47775 G2751 75953 90289 15 PRIZES AT £20 5825 0151 7155 12806 2421G 29490 3241G 37980 3831G 44574 , 45561 48045 53420 59393 90548 Lottery No. 13G4 will be drawn 011 Friday next.

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