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PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 25 July 1946

PERSONAL Mr. Walter Worthington left by train today for Sydney, where he is to un dergo un operation. Mr. Les Conneil, one of Cootnmim -!ra's returned prisoners of war. enters the Sacred Heart Hospital today for iiii operation. Stayiii-i this week at 'Glenmore.' Muttama. were Professor and Mrs. Lawson. of Otago University. New Zea land. Dr. Lawson I. a coii.sln of Mr. P. Sides. The visitors have now gone on lo Melbourne to vi«l two sisters and two brothers of the doctor . On Tuesday afternoon. Mr. W. Jen kins, of 31 Cooper stieit. was conveyed by ambulance to the District Hospital .seriously 111. He wok operated on that niylil at 10 p.m. Hi, condition is re garded as critical. Mr. J. A. S. Bnlmain. S.M.. who re tired from the Justice Department re ? .*.. _r».._ An ....r.... i.i tin. «*rvi('fv II'IIIIV Hllt.1 1U .VLUi.'i in ' ? '?? ? v.-iir. stal ioned In Cootamundra for a lew years, and made many friends in Cootamundra and district. The S.D.R.A. starter i.VIr. Alan Proc tor* was una...

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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OBITUARY MRS. EDNA TAYLOR [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 25 July 1946

OBITUARY MRS. EDNA TAYLOR Tlie death occurred In H'c Sacred Heart Hospital last night of Mrs. Edna Taylor. 61. wife of Mr H. A. Taylor, of Yanimatree. Deceased was born at Windsor, .laughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Ed ward Mitchell. I She was only admitted lo hospital last Monday night. The funeral will leave the Church of England at 3 o'clock Oils after noon for the Cootamundra cemetery.

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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DAIRY SALE [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 26 July 1946

DAIRY SALE ! AL Wagga on Monday, August 5. a .'pendid selection of 600 dairy heifers and cows, comprising Jerseys. 111a warras, Ayrshires, and their crosses, will be auctioned for genuine sale. The sale commences sharp at 11 a.m. Owners are good sellers, and particu lars ale advertised in our auction columns by the A.M.L. and F. Co.. Wagga. who are the auctioneers. .

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CRUMBS [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 26 July 1946

CRUMBS Cootamundra had 10 points of rain^ up to fl a.m. today. I Mr. Casey will not contest a seat at I the Federal elections. | Mr. Nick Eiins advertises Grunny . Smith apples at 13 a case. j The Railway Hotel can always sup ply machine syphoned quarts. | a Tli-jh Court writ U the hrst step in a legal battle ever wheat prices which may involve £20.000.001). | Alec Cheshire, qualified electrician. j will do all electrical repairs. Phone 201. For a.l refrigeration repairs, contact, the A.E.It. Service. 133 Parker street. Photic 135. Tenders are called by the Housing Commission for the criction of houses at Cootamundra. Waggii. and Cowra. The British Government has entered into negotiations with industrial con cerns to burn fuel oil instead of coal. Miss H. Goodchiid. chiropodist, an nounie.s that she will be in attendance at the Albion Hotel from August. 0 to 9. The Railway Department has taken drastic action to stop the 'cornering' of railway trucks by some dealers in live.lock. Tii...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 26 July 1946

I CUT COUGH REMEDY COSTS i WITH HEENZO | Makes One l'int for l w o Shillings j ?po adults and children ,i gives quid: j relief and i.s nice to take. One pint of the best quality cough und cold remedy bought in the usual sized bot-j tie would cost up to £1 but by buyin;.; a 2' bottle of concentrated HEENZO COUGH REMEDY and adding it to sweetened water yoti save lots of money by having made one pint uf the very best quick-acting and nice to-take family remedy for coughs, eolds. croup, bronchitis, sore throats, arid influenza. Don't delay; buy IIKENZO today. i MANY NEVER SUSPECT CAUSE of BACKACHES This Old Treatment Often Brings Happy Relief Many auif-reta relieve nagging back ache quickly, once they discover that the real causa ol their trouble may bo tired kidneys. The kidneys are Nature's chief way ol taking the cxceua acid* and wauto out ol the blood. Thoy help most people eliminate about 3 pints a day. When disorder ol kidney function permits poisonous matter to remain in your blo...

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JULY RAINFALL [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 26 July 1946

JULY RAINFALL 1st ? 72 | 2nd ? ' ' 4 3rd ? .' i) ?llh ? 4 13th ? 3 15th ? 4 j IGtll ? o ] 17th ? 4 18th ? 4 lDlil ? ;- 20tii ? j 22l.d ....'; ? 11 23rd ? 24th ? 11 25th ? :j 2Cth ? ? 10 Total points ? is;i

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND BALL [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 26 July 1946

CHURCH OF ENGLAND BALL I Elsewhere ir, advertised the Church of England ball, to be held on Wed nesday, August 21, at the Town Hall Cootamur.dra. i A strong committee has been form-1 ed. everything is well in hand, and it promises to be the ball of the year. Patrons can attend with the assur ance that their needs will be fully catered for, both on the floor and in the supper room. The debutantes are in the capable har.ds of Mrs. Dobbie. and will be presented to Archdeacon anil Mrs Hubert son. The Macquarie Dance Band will lie in attendance, and th^ price;4, of id mission are popular— gents. 7 G; ladies

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R.S.L. NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 26 July 1946

li.S.1.. NIAVS ; Mcmbci.; -h(;i;l:l lemembei til.- A' - ust meeting on Friday, '-'nd. A will be given by liru-adi- r Warn-n M'- Donaid on 'The Japanese Si'ii.-.'Mii. This subject, handled bv an i speaker, should be mcM in'.' r. -':n . Tile secretary. Mr. J. W. L'iu.%- : r.'i. ro'ceived full particulars ot '.ue F.ur- . view' subdivision at Narroniiii'' April - ! cations inust be lodged by Sep'.i n. ti. and tiiose in search of lai.d sm. ;!d see Mr. Croker as soon as pns.-ii;! A smoke so;:ial is ciinteinpla'.c: : '. Ar -.list 10. Members should tli.s date, as Mr. U. H. MacCornu ? : say.-) his committee will put on om the best 'Digger' functions ever h.*: in the town. Memherslnp badges are on hand :.«? : tiie following: H. G. Granger. R. J. Turner. \V. R. Coi'gan. John Hennes sey. W. H. Manwariiig. R. C. Walker. I K. S. Jones. W. C. Clarke. These may be hud by calling at 41 Cooper street. Hie ..st for names of all servicemen who seived in Greece ami Crete is still incomplete. Will tho.-...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 26 July 1946

' MEflSKER'S i; GROCERY DEPARTMENT | FOR VALUE n ? III JOHNSTONE'S A.I. FRUIT I m SAUCE 6d per bottle j ^ LOYEDA HERRING PASTE i ?sgl 9d per jar ! y§| Hargrave 30 oz. Ill PINEAPPLE JUICE 11 1/4i M ' 'rrTi-^rpiT MB Scmethirig very nicc H JB FIG JAM USB Excellent quality', 1/0 tin. 9 BACCS IBi Liquid Cliocolate; use as a drink njS or a. sandwich spread 1/6 tin I You must simpiy try our FRESHLY GROUND COFFEE Ground while you wait Delicious j 3/4 lb ETA PEANUT BUTTER ! 12, oz. tin, 1/6 I EGG POWDER 12 oz- tin, 4/-. ' Send one in your next parcel ROS.ILLA DIABETIC JAM All varieties 9id tin I JOHN MEAGHER |j & C0.,.PTY., LTD. |kf ?BanHBBDBDUDHia0aaBEll IP ? IFOR TRUCKS — WIRE 'GOIDSBRO' branch offices IN N.S.W. Alliury, Counamlile, Cootaniiiiidra, Crookwell, Dcniliquln. 1'urbfs, Goulliurn. Hay, South Grnlton, Taralga. Young. ' Licensed Auctioneers. Stock anJ Station and Real E»bit» Aatnlt. BACKACHE * - ?- makes Housework hard! No wonder housework is hard ... no wonder there seems ...

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ANNUAL CATHOLIC BALL [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 26 July 1946

WNCAI. CATHOLIC BALL ! ; .; pimtlay alU'moon a very fine muster of uciv.itaiites und their part ners afs.'tiibl.'d a:- the Town Hall for, practice in prc.-vntation to Dr. Mi.-' Quire on Aa;:iisi '? at the Catlicl;:^ bull. ! Dr. McCiiiiri' looking forward kreuiv ;-- his visit -o annual social event at C i'taimmdra. and the or 'ai:i :rs are cciUident that his Lord ship':; vi.-it- this year will he welauin ?'.! by a laruc crowd of patrons such as lie is new I'i.iiiiiia:' '.vith at Coutaiir.ui ?,!ra. Supper preparations are well in liati.i. Tiiv v.ir:j:;s sub-commit let's are working with enthusiasm to ensure Shut a ii!'.:.sl enj'J.vab!.' niglu'.s enter- j tr.iiiir.ciu will tie at i tie disposal of .'il A number unusual item^ aie be-j i:v intrwiii.'cd this year bv the pr?.»i [i.i.i cf '.he Children of Mary and her, commit'.: ' at the juvenile dunce to- 1 loliiAV. »« Thursday nhlr. AUg'.i.-'. ' j

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PEACE CONFERENCE ON MONDAY [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 26 July 1946

PEACE CONFERENCE ON MONDAY I a PARIS. Friday: It is offk-iaily announced that the Peace Conference ?will be inaugurated at 4 p.m. on Mon-' * day. I PALESTINE JEWS WARNED , l;: Of 'Phase Two' I I JERUSALEM, Friday; C.'..sualti?s as the result of the bomb e:-|;losin;i , at the King David Hotel .in Monday are now given as 6G de.id. 47 injured, and 43 mining— twelve fewer missing1 than the last oflielal figure. 1 The illegal radio. 'Voir.- of Israol.' warned Palestine Jews to be prepared ; for 'phase two' of th(. British mill-, 8$ tary opsration.s, which will be more' p- cruel than iiha.^e one -the arrest of !'? Jewish leaders. I 6

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LOCAL & GENERAL EAGER DANCERS WAIT FOR BAND [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 26 July 1946

LOCAL & GENERAL EAGER ' DANCEItS WAIT I' OK BAND A happy crowd ol boys and girls WRitcd for 30 minute:; lasi night at the ' dance arranged for Commerce Queen Miss Eileen O'Neil, in tiie Town Hail, when Jim Woods' orchestra from Te mora . was held up on the road. The excellent music provided by these 'Meiodians.' however, was well worth the delay. The dance was an out standing succes.;. Visitors from Har den, Stockinbingal and Temora were warmly welcomed, and the gala atmo sphere was heightened by lestive flags, gay flowers, and the bright dresses ot' tile Bills. Miss Eileen O'Neil .sn-.iihyly greeted l-.er many friends in a charming froc': of red and white can.lv .striped de laine. Keen interest was taken in tiie nov elty dances. The j ax/, wait/ contest was won by Miss J. Shcehan and Vie Elliott: tiie, lucky bam dance, by Misses Fay Henncssy and Shirley pointy ami their partners. The prizes of choco lates and cigarette., lor lli'.'.'.c conies;* were greatly appreciated. A p...

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ATOMIC BOMB Ten Ships Sunk [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 26 July 1946

ATOMIC BOMB Ten Ships Sunk SYDNEY. Friday: Off Bikini the' full extent of the effect of the atomic! bomb on the seventy-five target -hips' is still not determined, but it ib known that ten ships arc sunk and ! six others damaged. j A preliminary inspection showed j that the ships sunk or damaged were all close to the centre cf the detona tion. Three to five days may elapse he fore inspection parties can safely stay aboard the target ships. Admiral Nlmitz. exprissin.^ pleasure that the tests were carried out exactly as planned, said it was not a contcs; between bombs and .ships. bu' an earnest effort to disifvi-r what, alter ation in ship dr.sijju wa:. required to withstand atnir.i:: atlar-k The American .V-.sfciatrd Hrcts says that thOM- who ??Vidclii'd til- explo.'-ian at clou* raiific -.vere trciir-nd uisly i;n prjssid by its power. Scli'iKin; and ti-:h:iicai;s now liatr Mifficie'ii ii f.irmation to k'-' ;) them busy for nnr.ih.s pin'.ting the atomic future. Ihis inurh is certain,...

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COOTAMUNDRA COUNTRY CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 26 July 1946

COOTAJH'NDKA COUNTRY I't.t.'B I The v.iitcs of tin- Coiilainiiililra ( ijiniln t lull. Mire k in.wn iis tin- ; ( i .itauiuiiilra fiolf C'luli. lias drawn tlic .iltcntiuii of other Llubs ill the roun- : try. anil tin- lomiiiiltcc lias rei eivid u(|iii'i- I run several ri'iitri's :ii lo just linn tin' nmibii.aticn of golf, ti'imis tnu'.s i- rim. i llw iluli actually occupies a uni que p.-siiion amongst recreational : hollies in Hit' Slatr. ill that it is the only oil1.' that i.IVits a roniliinatioii c.f - i.uch three i-opni ir sports. ' Tin? CuGtunnim.ra (loir {'lull was! founded ill 1 S:i.'i. and is the oldest country - lab anil the second eldest i club in New Smith Wales. An 18-hole , Roll' cotii'n'e was cMablislicd. anil in 1334, the clubhouse was constructed, I and two tennis courts were added. This jn&ve Vas so popular that four' more ' : te'nnis courts were built,! and prevision was made for night play on two of theiiii' The ne.vt i.step was a I bowling green, for which ...

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BUTCH AND INDONESIANS Reach Agreement [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 26 July 1946

DUTCH AND INDONESIANS Reach Agreement BATAVIA, Friday. A conference cf Dutch and Indonesians at- Ma'.ino in the Celebes, virtually reached an agreement on the formation of a 'United States of Indonesia' as a basis for the eventual independence of .the - Netherlands- East - Indies. All areas, except Java and Sumatra, were represented.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 26 July 1946

professional J. & R. A. SPEIRS ! i j Optometrists ! ' AUSTRAL CHAMBERS I i\IK. It. A. SI'EIKS, IM.O. Hon. IS.vil.l CONSULTATIONS: j Thursdays. 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. j Friel.iys. !? a.m. to 3 p.m. Ofiirc open Monday to Saturday for adjustments miel replacements. 'Phone. Caotaimineira 185. for ap pointments. ^ 1 6 i i V-1'. ' -r\\y* \ ' ^ ^ j ? | . ! 'Cootamundra Daily Herald' j FRIDAY. JULY 2«. 194G. I

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DIFFERENCE IN PETROL PRICES Cheaper in N.Z. Than Australia [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 26 July 1946

DIFFERENCE IN PETROL PRICES Cheaper in N.Z. Than Australia MELBOURNE, Friday; The secre tary of the Australian Automobile Association i Mr. T. G. Patterson I yes terday demanded the reason why the whol.-.sale price of petrol in Austrai'.a was higher than in New Zealand. He said that ill.; landed costs in bcth ccuntrL's was !)d a gallon, and in Australian capital cities the -lev who!?:'ale pricc was 1 2',. while in New Zcalard it- was 1 Oi. Mr. Patterson said that the differ ence would be worth £2.000.000 a year. It was possible that the transporta tion or handling costs must be exces sively high, or that some secret fund 'was b-'ing built up, he added.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 26 July 1946

B8UDE8LJNS: DRAPERS | GiRLS' DRESSING I GOWNS, FROM 10/ | AND 5 COUPONS !

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 26 July 1946

-j COMFORT S& 181 Parker Bt. 'Phone: tot I LADIES' SILVER EVENING SHOES I 22/6 PAIR |

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 26 July 1946

'Nonsense, she's not 35' 'But siie can't be that age.' 'Site really is . . I know for a fact.' 'But look at her .skin; why, it's quite young looking and ... 'Yes, yes, I know; but haven't you, heard of Creme Charmosan?. That! did i that for her. And she's not the ; only one. I know dozens, including ; myself, who have taken years frwi ? their looks with that ereme. | 'I wish- to goodness I knew how It does it . . . it's uncanny.' | The biggest selling creme in tli land. Recaptures all the charm ofi youth, and puts It into skins that are no longer young. j Protects your skin in a wonderful way from the bitter cold of Winter. It's greaseless. Creme Charmosan Holds powder for hours. Big ji.'S I 2/6. Tubes, l'. Sold everywhere. | CHARMOSAN HAND LOTION keeps your hands soft andllovely. Nan sticky. Non-greasy. Big bottle. 2. . Small, I . Sold everywhere.

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