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COOTAMUNDRA'S WEISSEL CUP TEAM [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 24 July 1946
COOIAMUNDRA'S WEISSEL CUP TEAM The Cootamundra team to play Har den-Murrumburrah for the Eric Weis sel Gold Cup next Saturday will be selected from: D. Wall. J. Bryant, J. Crowe. F. Ryan, R. Cohen. N. Mc Donell, H. Thackcray, N. Lloyd, J. Bell. K. Glanvllle, W- Glanville. G. Ball, K. Greig, A. Broughton, S. McAlLit-.r (two to be omitted). At a meeting i of Group . 7 Rugby] League the financial statement of the match England v southern Districts showed a credit balance of £1. 14 3 from a grass receipt of £1552. Of this balance Groups C and 8 will each benefit to the extent of 11 7. whilst Group 7 will receive 11 8.
WOOL SENDS SHEEP UP Despite Dry Times [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 24 July 1946
WOOLSENDS SHEEP UP Despite Dry Times j Winchcombe Carson, Ltd.. report that the value of wool has widespread results on the welfare of the pastoral Industry. As a result of the increased prices being secured for local fell- 1 mongered wools and the anticipated improved figures for shorn clips when ; auctions open, rates for lat and store] sheep' have moved upward. With a ! great part of New South Wales ar.d Queensland suffering from lack of rain and sparse pastures, higher stock values are an unusual occurrence, j Under the pastoral conditions prevail- j ing. the movement in prices Is nor- ^ mally in the reverse direction. , The export of over 2,338,162 bales of greasy wool, also scoured, from Aus tralia during the past season indicaics the degree to which demand has In creased as a result of tlie gradual up ward trend in mill activity overseas. ( Combined with locnl mill consumption | the total sold exceeds the quantity of, wool appraised in the commonwealth ? for the twelve months...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 24 July 1946
How much money will you have when the time comes to put your post-war plans into practice ? What a build up 25%. will give your Sav- j ings 1 Put your savings to work now and keep saving.- j Remember . . . Savings Cer tificates worth £8 will yield £10 in 7 years. In nest in the future .. . BUY SAVINGS CERTIFICATES and 6° SAVINGS I CERTIFICATE STAMPS SMALL ADVTS — Wanted. Found Lost. To-Let. For Sale, etc.— are 6ci per line per Usui: u; words to a lluei. with a minimum charge of ' -3. WANTED. Coltai;'. Flat. »r Rooms.' accomodate two. Apply this oftice. j WANTED. 7 'nipcrarv Hou.sekeepel j £3 per week. Apply this olfice. WANTED. Domestic Help. live in Apply Dr '.Vadnian. 46 Cooper St. WANTED. Youm: Girl. t.-r cat'.' work, full wages. Applv White R.'.s.' Cale. WANTED, 18111. Tyre, urgently. Ap-I ply McCLEARY'S GARAGE. ? LOST, Gold Wristlet Wati-h. mother of-pearl face, between Sutton SUv?t| and Roxy Theatre. Good reward on. returning to Mrs. Fisher. Terminus Hotel. ? ? FOR SALE, farm ...
COOTAMUNDRA RAINFALL, 1898—1946 [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 24 July 1946
COOTAMUNDRA RAINFALL, 1898—1946 The following Is the rainfall tor Cootuuiiimlra from 1S9S: — Jail.. Keli. War. Apr.- itfuy Jub. .ily. Aug. Spl. Oct Nov. Jjeu. Tc'ai KJ38 ... Sli .IKS S2 31 ill) iSJ 175 176 43 29S 54 87 IBI'7 lags Sit .141 61) 239 lili 3113 li)5 250 !) 1.S3 241 22 ISO' 2000 . 171 36 289 364 315 32s 305 226 233 )ti 185 176 2C44 1901 ISO 0 302 288 114 220 188 277 171 4-1U 105 21 230!i 1902 62 30 256-.lt- 18 l»l 110 58 127 1«6 61 1416 1903 118 4 324 407 171 266 339 67 34j 227 53 163 2484 1904 304 202 3 91 217 153 377 97 49 310 128 159 20S9 .1905 108 43 . 27 429 167 44.1 333 83 116 315 7 90 21S8 1906 10 32 512 248 311 323 128 267 515 180 209 224 3259 1»07 145. 9 55 170 68 301 146 168 122 198 201 312 1SU5 1908 113 151 21 113 100 367 164 156 381 97 85 78 1832 1809 102,. ;Z32 312 .292 .228 431 163 396 113 113 24 58 2464 -910 .46?!. 0 .220 77 143 386. 275 113 41s 214 349 228 28XU 1911 .366 .339 IS* 0 445 292 228 48 376 lc 395 224 2911 1812 12 .215 52 9 11 209 483 329 ? 204 1...
FEDERAL ELECTIONS [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 24 July 1946
FEDERAL ELECTIONS Owing, (o pressurii on. space . and increased production costs,- reports (if political speeches and- meetings, broadcasts, articles, letters, and oth er propaganda will only be inserted in this paper as advertising matter, with: the exception iif a-, report, of . 1 candidate's opening public address. Advertising rate may be obtained from ihls. office. . ........ ... - rtWW,V.W,WA%VUWW\V
FEDERAL ELECTION AND REFERENDUMS Correct Enrolment Urged [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 24 July 1946
FEDERAL ELECTION AND REFERENDUMS . Correct Enrolment Urged As the commonwealth electoral rolls' to be used at the , forthcoming Feat- ? ral election and referendums will, close upon the issue of the Writs at'1 an early date, the electoral authorities ' urge any qualified person not already' correctly enrclltci in respect of his or' her piesent place of living to obtain' and submit 1 lie required electoral claim for enrclnii-ni mi- f-m-i-nnt ir»- «r enrolment 1 a: once. I Tills reminder is particularly di-! reeled lo persons who have recently ' 1 cached the age of Uventy-one ye.irs,' | including ex-Servicemen who attained their mujuitv whilst 011 service. as well ;n all civilian and ex-Service', electors whose enrolment needs to be brought up m cia'l(.. 1 Iiie latest printed rolls may be ill-' spcctcd at pest cffices and elect oral offices, where also electoral ? claim cauls . winch may be used either lor claiming enrolment, or for notifying a change 01 addrc.sa or occupation) avo ob...
CROSSBRED LAMBS 49/4 At Last Friday's Market [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 24 July 1946
CROSSBRED LAMBS 49/4 At Last Friday's J Market I The Cootamundra Associated Agents report that 7150 fat sheep, 179 store sheep, 02 fat and store cattle were yarded nt (heir fortnightly market cn Friday last, and a total clearance was effected with the exception of a lew cf the cattle. ' There was a large attendance of buyers, representing SJ'hicy, Mel* bourne, Orange. Blayncy, IK'nty. Wag ga, Temora, Gundagai and other centres, and their keen competition was reflected in the fact that 71 trucks were consigned out ex-market, and the whole of this trucking was cleared, by Monday. 1 Exceptional values were again tlis order of the day, 49 'I being the top' price for xbred lambs, aged merino wethers 3'J/4, and aged xbred ewes to :!8-fi. The fat caltle section opened to keen competition and improved laies which were maintained through Iha^ majority of the sale. Steers made from £12 G/ to £13 '12'. lighter £8 3 ' to £10 6-, Hereford cows £14.10 . lieif-, crs to £11,1/. cows £10 1 . aged da...
HOME SITE RESUMPTIONS Victoria Pledges Fair Treatment Private Owners and Builders [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 24 July 1946
HOME SITE RESUMPTIONS Victoria Pledges Fair Treatment Private Owners and Builders 1 By Jack G. Beale, M.L.A.) That housing Is politically lint seems to be recognised by the Gov ernment of Victoria. The Premier (Mr. C'ain) has given an unqualified assurance to private block owners and prospective builders that their interests will not be subjugated tn the demands of tlic State Housing Commission. Tills avowed policy of Victoria's Labour Government is in direct con trast to that cf New South Wales where arbitrary acquisitions have 1 created widespread disquiet as pointed I out in a recent contribution. 'The I Land Grab.' Time to Mend There is still time for the N.S.W. Government to mend its ways. No need to lose any dignity about if. it ts a wise man who changes his mind or his tactics in the light of greater know ledge, wider experience, or altered circumstances. | Mr. McKell may well take a hint ' from his opposite number in Victoria, especially when he realises that Mr. 1 Cain is w...
WHAT BRITAIN WILL DO WITH THE U.S. LOAN Agreement That Benefits the United States and World Trade as Well [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 24 July 1946
WHAT BRITAIN WILL DO WITH THE U.S. LOAN Agreement That Benefits the United States and World Trade as Well -13y an Economic Correspondent'. Those who followed the U.S. Con gress. debate on the Anglo-American .Loan Agreement may have formed tlie impression that the granting ol tins loan was a magnanimous act on the part of the United States, from which Britain, and Britain alone, would pro fit. In reality, the loan wiii move equally beneficial to both participants,. ' What Is even more Important, it has a world significance in that it Will profldc the meaas for raising the liv- j ini, standards of a.l territories. The widespread assumption in the' U.6.A. that the loan to Britain was a one-sided bargain was due to tlie fact' that the advantages accruing to Britain were more Immediate and were there- j fore more obvious. One of these ob- I vious advantages will be a relaxation ' -lf only to a most limited decree) of i the rigid austerity maintained b.v Bri tain during and since the war ...
CORRESPONDENCE [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 24 July 1946
CORRESPONDENCE i Dear Sir': In a recent issue of your paper.- it was reported that I hoped lo lorm a branch of Legacy in Coota mundra. and I beg space in your col umns to rectify any misconception about Legacy, its formation and func tions. First, there is no suchi thing as a branch of a- Legacy Club. Wherever - Legacy has been formed, the club is completely autonomous, and is entire ly governed by its own rules. How ever, when the necessity arises for the formation of a club. It Is sponsored by the adjoining club or' tlie mother club of the State, and every facility is af forded. in the drawing up of : rules and its launching, so that it can carry out and line up to the Ideals of Lcgacy. Legacy was born 23 years ago,' when a small group of ex-servicemen 'decid ed (hat the best way they could honor their departed comrades was ' to ac cept as their legacy, the responsibility of the care of their children, and since then clubs have been formed lrom Fremantle in West Australia to Calms...
CRUMBS [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 24 July 1946
CRUMBS Cootmnundrn had another 11 pts. of. rain up to 9 a.m. today. | Valle Orchards, of Batlow (phone 27i, advertise apples for sale. | lor bouquets, funeral emblem1., etc.,1 contact Kay Leonard. Phone. 302. ! \v.;t uroceeds of the Yass Diggers' races are expected to exceed £600. | Phone 160 iW. McClenryi for all vour car requirements. i Fid era 1 Cabinet has decided to pro- , ceeci Willi tiie standardisation of rail-, way gauges. | Miss H. Goodchild. chiropodist, will be at it Albion Hotel from 6th to 91 h A ut ist. | Hie Mothers' Club will hold their, tenth birthday party m tiie Town Hall, on Friday. 26th July. I Qtiinn's corner Garage Is agent for Mitchell Shearer farm machinery and: Allis-chahners tractors. | Messrs. Puller Bros, for all classes j of stock, station, and real estate, business. Phone. 100. I Miners' Federation leaders were! hopeful that the Southern district coal strike would be settled today. j The cootamundra Steam Laundry! advise that they will pick up and ile...
PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 24 July 1946
PERSONAL i Mr. Keith Hoban. of tlie Cootamun dra postal staff, is home again after a tonsils operation. Mr. Dick Bo.vlan. formerly of Tat-i tersall's Hotel, arrived back in £oo!a mundra today on a visit. Railway staff changes include K. C. Ward. 3cods clerk. Cootamundra. to goods clerk. Port Kembl-.i: F. J. Bec kett, resuming from Navy to goods I clerk. Ccotanmndra. Dr. E. H. Evans, of Cootamundra. !s leaving for North Sydney, to join Dr. Murray Curtis, after twenty years hers. Dr. Wallman. who is taking over tlic practice on August 1. comes from Sydney. He did a post-graduate course after 3i years in the Army. Mrs. Wallman and baby son are -.tie to arrive here next v.eek. Dr. -aid Mrs. Evans and family will be leaving Cootamundra on August 14. Rev. W. H. Chamberlain leaves Cootamundra on Saturday after re lieving Rov. Han-is. Church of Eng land rector, lor a month. Rev. Cham berlain and Mrs. Chamberlain arrived in Australia on April 2. having left England in the Port Jackson on Mar...
WEDDING WALSH—MYHILL [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 24 July 1946
WEDDING WALSH— MYHILt. I An afternoon wedding of great in terest took place on June 15. at lio Sacred Heart Church. Cootnimind.vi. , when the contracting parties wore Esme Ruth M.viilll Kcvin Jc-ssl,!l Walsh. r ,, , Crowds wailed oil the steps of tl... church to get a sliiup'.e ot ihe brtd as she arrived with her lamer im ccr-monv. Dressed in a full lentil frock, with white satin bodice .md , stiffened tulle over satin skirt. the bride looked radiant as she stepped from the car. Artificial tuberoses and Jill 's set in pleated tulle adorned Loi head, while a bridal veil cf white net embossed with satin roses fell giacc fully over her .shoulders. Her lovoly , bouquet consisted of tuberoses and^ white stuck. — The biidesmaid. Miss Nolenc Nichol son. was dressed in blue net ov-.-r taffeta full Iri'-pth frock. Her bouquet of nint: .stock and roses, with matching hair-diTss. looked very becoming. The flower girl, little Yhonnie Kelly, | carrying a basket of flowers, looked i sweet in her ...
MEAT QUOTAS LIFTED NEXT SATURDAY [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 24 July 1946
MEAT QUOTAS LIFTED NEXT . SATURDAY | Meat quotas in all mainland States would be removed from next Sat tit - day. the Minister for Commerce and Agriculture O.'.r. Scully) announced in Canberra last night. Total consitmp t ion of meat in these States would in futiuv be controlled by oni!«n ratlin lug only. The secrrtary of tiie Master Burn ers' AssCciatic.il. Mr. '1'. A Herb.-i't said that the removal .if tii.' ipioias did not mean that butchers vould be able to buy unlimited quantities ol meal from the wholesaler ; Mr. Scully said that lh_ quota sys tem was first imposed early in 1!-43 to regulate distribution r.i meal to llie ccr.suming public, in a period of great shortage. In its early stages (lie quota system also regulated ths quantities of m.Mt for local consumption. 1 When meat rationing was introduced the main reason for conliniiani-? of; quotas was lo regulate tiie various classes of meat. Quotas played a veiv Important part during the dro-i^ht; vs a r.i of 1U41 and 1!)45. ...
ORANGE AND TAMWORTH NOW CITIES [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 24 July 1946
OltA.VCI- AND TAM WORTH NOW CITIES liy proclamation in tlie Government c.ii/e-.te on Friday last. Orange and | Taim-.orth were proelairned cities.1 bringing the number of cities in the S'.ate lu 15. ! Ti e other cities in tlte State are Wav.^a, Armiciale, Batliurst, Broken j Hiii. Goulbiun. Grafton. Lithgow. Maitiaud. Newcastle. Parramatta. Syd ney. Wollongong and Katoomba. Katooiniia was proclaimed a city shortly alter Wagga's elevation in April.
MAN KILLED IN HIGHWAY SMASH [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 24 July 1946
MAN KILLED IN HIGHWAY SMASH I Daniel Murphy, 63, of Old Kent I toad. Bankstown. father of Mrs. N Wilks. residing at 51 Faithful street. Goilburn. was killed when lie was; hurled from a utility truck which' crashed into a lorry cn the Hi. me Highway. Liverpool, on Saturday night. Pol.ce were told that Trevor Jones was driving a lorry loaded with J 0 tons of timber, when one of the wheels punctured. He parked the lorry while he obtained a lifting jack, and the uiility truck crashed into it. In the truck were Murphy. William L. Atkins. 21. of Griffith avenue Punchbowl, who suffered lacerations and shock, and Robert Goodwin, of Old Kent road. Bankstown. who suf fered shock.