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RECORD RIDE AROUND AUSTRALIA PER PUSH BIKE NIGH 50 YEARS AGO (No 19.) [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 26 July 1946

RECORD RIDE AROUND AUSTRALIA PER PUSH BIKE NIGH 50 YEARS AGO (By Donald Mackay, C.B.E.) 'No. 19.1 In the moi nil.;; ? November 29) we made down to where we had crossed the river at*the lv.it. and getting on to the opposite bank, decided to follow down the siream. In a short distance we came to an eld cart track, but los ing it. made down the river. In about one and a half miles we struck several tracks but this tune going down the bank. Crossing, we could not pick them . up. but saw many cattle pads making out on the plain. | Away on the horizon we could see a big ran^e of incuiitains. .seemingly run- i nlng parallel with '.lie river. It looked | about -0 mite off. Straight out lii( front of us there appeared to be a . break in the range. so v.e decided that this was the Hurdlinan Gap. We had been told ol this gap. It was said to I be the only way through the range, but j necessitating gcin-j many miles out of j the true course. We now decided to make for the gap. I The plains were ...

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 26 July 1946

BIRTH HOEY: To Mr. and Mrs. John M. Hoey, Wall'-'ndbeen. at the Sacred Heart Hospital, a son (John Terence), lath J.uly, 1946. RETURN THANKS | jyjR. W. JONES and family wish to sincsrely thank the nursing staff of the Sacred Heart Hospital and tiie doctor for their kind attention and treatn-.snt given to his late wire while she was patient there.

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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SPORTING TENNIS [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 26 July 1946

gppil! TENNIS I Matches .to be; playeti ' this 'Saturday : Town 2 v Wirr'a ways', Ilurricans v Country'], Catholic v 'Muttama. Pres byterians v Spitfires, Country 2 v Town 1. j Tennis teams for tomorrow: Railway Spitfires to play Presby terians at Presbyterians courts: E. Boyce, W. Walkom. K. Ryan, c. Scriv ner; Mesdames F. Windred and M. Rinkin. i Railway Hurricans versus Country 1 on Railway courts: c. Greaves, O. Bar rett. I. Heath, c. Barrett; Mesdames Sloane and I. Heath. , Railway Wirraways versus Town 2 on Town courts: C. Mills, D. Ander son. J. Mclnerney, R. Horton; Mos dnmes M. Bryant and L. Mclnerney. j Catholic tennis teams for the Satur day competition: R. O'Brien, J. Mc Lean. R. Tucker, J. OMalley, Mrs. Cttllen and Mrs. Sullivan; | Team to play a match against Stock inbingal on Sunday, at Catholic, courts, commencing at II a.m.: C. Flynn, V. Lloyd, R. Tucker, H. Hul ford. J. Webb. D. Cullen, N. Lloyd -.(emergency), Mrs. Tucker, Mrs. Bo land, Mrs. Lloyd, Miss Lloyd, Mrs....

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

SPECIAL FOOTBALL MOTOR TRAIN A Special Motor Train will leave Cootamundra TOMORROW, at 1.311 p.m., for Harden, for the C'oolamun dra-Murrumburrah-Harden Wclsscl Cup game. FARE, 5/3 RETURN The train will leave on the re turn journey at G.30, arriving here ai ;.no. Tickets available from JACK WALSH. Sec. cootamundra Rugby League.

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

YOUNG An aged resident of Mt. St. Joseph's Home. Mr. Joseph Cavanagh. wander- 1 ed away from the Institution. He was missed at dinner time and the police were notified. Radio 2I.F were asked to broadcast Ills description. Just as the announcement was coming over the radio at Mr. M. Quinn's. MeHenry's Creek, the old chap knocked on the door. The police were notified and Constable S. Lowther went out and re- ! turned the wanderer to the home, none tiie worse for the day out. Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Blackett have received word from their son Len, who joined the Royal Australian Navy with the qualification of engineer, that he has been designated a lieutenant and ls at present on duty at Flinders Naval Base. Len has his own quarters and i.s settling down to an interesting and promising career. j Mr. E. Kennemorc is a patient iu the Sacred Heart Hospital, where he was transported by ambulance. | The ambulance conveyed Mr. W. Callaghan to the District Hospital. ' Mr. W. Spence. who has just be...

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

TEMORA Kathleen Bottrell. grand-daughter of j Mi and Mrs. Michael Byrne, of 'Nar- I r.' o-Mia.' who was taken ill while at ; ^hoel and admitted to the District I Hu-pital .suffering from pneumonia, was able to return home and is now pro ! ..i c. .-ing well. I'eliir.v members of the Bowling Club n o friends generally will be sorry to | ie.ii'ii of the illness of Mr. J. J. Clark. I v. hj i, confined to his bed at his home. I We regret to announce the death of | Altred George Nicholson, well- 1 -itii'Af. Temora native and business v.liich occurred with trajlc sud denness. Only 37 years of age, he had not enjoyed good health in recent years. | With more than half the poles re- ( quired for the Tcmora-Mirrool elec- j tricity extension already received, the Northern Rlverina County Council will sono oe ready for the contractors to commence work. |

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RELIGIOUS INSTRUCTION IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 26 July 1946

RELIGIOUS INSTRUCTION IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS (Contributed) I Someone has asked 'What is the present aim or our public school edu cation ?' Most people would say :he chier aim is to prepare boys and nhi.s Tor economic activity or to get a joo Others would say the aim is to train for citizenship. Very few would ay the aim was to train for christian citlzonship or for the., enjoyment nr living a full lite. Our present outlook is very like that portrayed in a j famous cartoon which hunts in tin Fitzwilliam Museum at Cambridge.' j The cartoon shows a tail immaculate ! a»d slightly stooping liyure boking : out. over a wide landscape at a qms tion mark, which hangs over the hori ? zon like a baleful star. Underneath S are the words 'The twentieth century I looks at the future'. TiiLs i.s a pro | photic comment which becomes In-' 5 creasingly significant with the passing i, of the years. I f 'The most menacing U.ing about ( our civilisation Is its lark of rlil-.-.,.Hr,n ' says Sir Cyril Norwood....

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

Cheery, Chirpy, Charlie Chum, Always smiling, never glum; Laughed at everything, did Charles, Had no use for growls or snarls. Chuckled when his pal caught cold, Grizzling he was for the mould; Charlie stopped his sad detour, Gavj him Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. SMALL ADVTS.— ' Wanted, Found, Lost. To-Let, For Sale. etc. -are Gd per line per issue; (G words to a line), wlih n»mlnimtim charge of i^G.

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

CHURCH NOTICES CHURCH OF ENGLAND Fi iday. July 2« Choir Practice 7.15. 1 Sunday. July 28. Gtli Sunday after! Trinity. Christ Church 8. Holy Com-! ?minion; 7 30 Evensong. Stockinbin-j gal 11. Holy Communion; Wailend-! been 3. Evensong. Rev. A. W. Harri.-. Hector. PRESBYTERIAN Friday. July 25: Choir Practice. 8. Sunday. July 28: Scots Church U ard 7.30, Dirnaseer 3. Rev. Harold Perkins, Minister. METHODIST Sunday, Julv 28: Cootamundra 11 ard 7.30. Rev. R. J. cashin; Jindalco 3, Mr. A. Cunningham; Brawlin 2.30, Rev. R. J. Cashin. Meeting of Bible Study on Wednes day 7.30. Subject, 'The Garden of Eden.' Friday, choir Practice, 7.30. Rev. R. J. Cashin, Minister;- — ? ? ? — -

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WHAT'S ON? (As Advertised in This Issue.) [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 26 July 1946

WHAT 'SON? (As Advertised in This Issue.) Sat., July 27: Special Motor Train leaves cootamundra at 1.30 for the WeLsscl cup game at Harden. Sun.. July 28: Australian Labor Paity Meeting in Railway Institute, at 3. Fri., Aug. 2: Street, stall In aid or the Commerce Queen. Fri.. Aug. 2: Monthly. meeting of the R.S.S. and A.I.L.A. Fri., August 2: Annual meeting or Cootamundra Tattersall's Trotting Club at Hotel Central. Sat.. Aug. 3: Associates' Goir Tourna ment. Sat.. Aug. 3: Greyhound Racing on Fisher Park. Sun., Aug. 4: Goir Club Open Tourna ment. Sun., Aug. 4; Mixed doubles tennis tournament. j Mon., August 5: Public Meeting in Parish Hall. Wed.. Aug. 7: Cootamundra Catholic Ball. Thurs., Aug. 8: Cootamundra Catholic ? Juvenile Plain and Fancy Dress Ball. Wed., August 21: Church or England Ball in the Town Hall. | Wed.. Aug. 28; Cootamundra Titrr Club's Victory Cup Meeting. I Auctions | Wed., July 31: Auction Sale, adver tised by Pitt. Son and Badgery, Ltd. Thurs.. Aug. 1 : Cootamu...

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

PERSONAL Miss Vcaring. of Ariali Park, is now. the printer at Ermelo Studios. | Miss June Green spent last week-, end at Young as tiie guest of iier , friend, Miss Bstty Gilbert. j Mrs. J. Carlon left on Wednesday for j Sydney to spend a month's holiday with | her brother. | Miss Pegg.v Jenkins is back in Coota mundra, having received her discharge from the A.W.A.S. Miss Marcia Bell celebrated her nineteenth birthday on Monday. To mark the occasion, her parents ,gave her a gold wristlet watch. / Mr. Fred Dominick. of North Sydney, has been enjoying a holiday with ills relatives at Coolac. He was a Digger of World War I., and has been spend ing a lot or time in recent years in and out of hospital. Barbara, daughter of Mr. and Airs. Tom Miller, liael to bs taken to hos pital yesterday to have stitclics insert ed in a gash in her leg. sustained when she fell on a bottle near the railway tennis courts. Miss Ida Tooby will relinquish lier position with the firm of John Meagher anei Co. L...

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DISTRICT DOINGS STOCKINBINGAL [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 26 July 1946

DISTRICT DOINGS STOCKINBINGAL Mrs. J. Morton entered St. Cather ine's Hospital. Cootamundra. on Wed nesday. for medical treatment. Mrs. S. T. Crabb lias successfully un dergone the second operation to her eyes, and is well as can be expected. She is a patient in St. Vincent's Hos pital. Sydney Mrs. J. Wilbers. who is a patient in St. Catherine's Hospital, and is suf fering with pleurisy and pneumonia, is repor. i to be slightly improved. A u y successful euchre party and dance u.is organised and run by mem bers of the Roman Catholic church in Ellwood's Hall on Saturday night last, proceeds to go to convent funds. Twenty-eight pupils at the local public school on Thursday alternoon sat for the health and temperance ex amination. in classes ranging from fourth to post-primary. Mrs. S. A. West and Mrs. C. Ison supervised tiie examination. A Stockinbingal tennis team played Milvalc on tiie Stockinbingal courts on Sunday last. The home team won, 17 sets to G. The annual meeting of the Re...

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MASSIVE EAGLE SHOT FROM MOVING CAR [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 26 July 1946

MASSIVE EAGLE SHOT FROM MOVING CAR A massive black wcdge-talled eagle measuring 7ft. Gin. from wing tip t , wing tip, was shot from a car travell ing at 30 in.p.li. The eagle was shot by Mr. Bei' Beazley. of West Wyaiong. near Mi W. English's property. The bird was first sighted by Mr. Beazley when It appeared in a pa-!- dock in full flight, chased by tv- crows. As it flew over the car in which Mi Ili.iiiley was traveiliiv^. he hurried; picked up liis gun and took a sua. sfict. Mr. Brazley was informed today !,? Mr. English that there is still anolhi : eagle, about the same size, in the tim ber near his property. The eagles have caused damage t . lambing ewes and young Iambs. Mr. Beazley lias previously shot t;i ; eagles in the West Wyaiong district.

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CORRESPONDENCE (To the Editor.) Associated Musical Clubs [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 26 July 1946

CORRESPONDENCE i To the Editor.) Associated Musical Clubs I Dear Sir: I am writing this request for assistance through your r columns,' as lion, secretary cf the N.S.W. Coun cil cf the Associated Music Clubs of Australia, the president of which is Dr. Edgar Bainton. 1 It is cur desire to extend this move ment trv the country towns, so that their residents may share the benefits with members of city music clubs.1 This council has a record of twonly years' .service in t lie cause of good mu sic. | Wo have successful clubs operating iri Lec ton and Olange. anel there are, 1 am .sure, few of th; major towns j which could not boast a similar organ- j isation. There are .sixteen clubs in the Sydney metropolitan area. The basis of a music club tinder our. constitution is as follow*: A yearly membership fee of £1/1/ or £1/5/ is usual, and with. say. ISO mem-! Ijers, approximately six or eight mu-| sicales a year are organiseel. for which ' no further payment. U mad.: bv the members. Country...

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

? ? ' ' i : WANTED, Cottage, Flat, or Rooms, I accomodate two. Apply this office. ^ WANTED, Two Young Ladies, to work at the Silver Star Cafe. I WANTED, Domestic Help, live in ! Apply Dr. Wallman, 4G cooper St. j WANTED, ? 181n. Tyre, urgently. Ap ply McCLEARY'S GARAGE. j FIRST-CLASS accommodation re quired by young gentleman, private home preferred, with or without meals Replies to 'Accommodation,' this of-, lice. | l.OST, Black Conway Stewart Foun- ' tain Pen. Keepsake. Reward on re-' turning to this office. I LOST, Gold Propelling Pencil, in the] vicinity or Parker Street. Reward on returning to J. Bath, Bank of N.S.W. , [?Oil SALE. B. Lamp Globes, Burners and Lantern Globes, 1/6; One-man1 Crosscut Saw. J. HERRING, Wallen-' dt.cn Street. j i'OR SALE, Canvas Duck, 72in., 12/ yard; 48in., 9.' yard; 36in., 0/ yard. J. HERRING. Wnllendoon Street. FOR SALE, No. 2 Kosi Stove, com-1 plele with linn. C.I.- elbow, and ex tension. Apply 3G Hovell Street. j FOR SALE. Tenor Side Drum, com pl...

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

Aids to Happier Homes | now offered under the famous Name t Your Guarantee ' ' The name 'Malvern Star*' lias been ^§|| f 1-'^ aecepled for more than a quarter j? « «f « century as the symbol of the ^ : .^SHS^v finest in cvclc craftsmanship. Now, i Brue-e Small Ply. Ltd. direct their / S* jt' / vast resources to hring you, through ? e£$tt... J? VHr i Jhcir Electrical Division and under tyj&F i the ''Malvern Star' hrand, the finest : in Home Appliances. f J \ J '' -.* ? 1 sik A.. I MALVERN STAR MASTER TONE RADIO. The 1916 5-VuIve Duul-Wiive Mantel \]o,|(.| (i||il«i'nli(.,n Hill Mil be ahead of ,!„? Ji,|,| i(.Jt | , v' ,Vlr ^ conic. . 1 .ileal anil international .short lire i-ealisin. tliiiriine Mipcrsen-ii;,,. luiiiuj... 1 J. li-I, t Fiil I v ' liioiiideil ciiinnct will liai'inoiiise in „llv ? ? ? ' 4v'r T'Y°\e mi' tHm'- (cou^ h^h- e'-h°- 4-y°lve «/ tin. HH iSllUi.h bM.li.l, III! i\('jli'- 77/ untj'r rut: coMMum-KAi.ru. iii.iououovi MALVERN STAR ELECTRIG REFRIGERATOR IiK'orpor...

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ILLEGAL BETTING CASES AT JUNEE [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 29 July 1946

ILLEGAL BETTING CASES A I ll'NEK At the Junce police court last Friday j Allan Gardner wa-; charged with hav-j ing men on his licensed premises dur ing prohibited hours. and was fined 15 and costs. Ten others were fined | 8 each tor bring illegally on the premises. The men comprised. to] a laii'c extent. members of the It-, noe' football learn, which had oil the afternoon in citit ^tinsi played Coo.a mnndra. , I Ronald Henry Union', was c..:,; e:! in comrcti'' with alleged illec.il beltum on pieiiU'C.- in Main sheet, and a line of '.'30 was imposed, a tut: her ill o''i:ig confiscated. Walter H .-.'iry Al- hm was ( hai'iied with bcii'.; the manager of a com mon earning iini--'. and was fined ?TO I; '.v ah i: that he had ar ranged a -MKitii two-tip school in The' Triangle, at u .'ieii a number of cnn.*:rut tMi'i wo! *?.?.- were loulid plavinr. tlu gJiw. E (,ther defwdants were each . ire d 12 and e..st.s tor being !.--mui a .'?'imuon gaming liouie. j

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 29 July 1946

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 29 July 1946

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COOTAMUNDRA RAINFALL, 1898—1946 [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 29 July 1946

COOTAMUNDRA RAINFALL, 1898 ? 1946 Till! following Is 1 he rainfall H.r - :ont -t m 11 nil ra from 1SUS: — Year Jan. Fob. Mur. Apr. .May ,lni: ily. A,,, Hpt. Oct Nov. utu Tc'ai lios sii KSS S2 ai MS, i:r, l7B i3 2U)S s. 10u7 ' lStiu su 1-11 «u 2:!!. oi; :su:i n.-:, & a LSU7 lbutl 171 36 -m 3«1 31ii 32- 233 1(i 1)-f, K,; 1901 ISO 0 3UJ Ill 2JU lM -T7 17, 4.|(J ,u. 2,.u6 1902 82 30 -2:,.! I.s IS K.l 11„ 127 t;, 1903 IIS .4 324 407 171 2ii« ,;7 :14-_ 2V., ... 1904 304 202 3 91 217 l.',3 377 97 ' i'j 310 12S ir.9 '0S9 190.-. IDS '43 27 429 107 W ,:i m 315 7 IJ(J ' 1906 10 32 512 2-IS 311 323 12.S stfv ilf. iSO 209 -,-M ^50 1907 145 9 55 170 HS 301 Ms ,BA y.-, 1!)iS , *' 1908 113 151 21 113 IOC 307 i58 ;.iiM s7 sf) ^ 1909 102 ^32 312 292 22S 431 Hi.) :j;„; 1)s ,1;, '.-4 ^ .910 409 0 220 77 143 3X'i 27a 113 lr; 214 S4'i --s ;,J - 1911 306 339 1SS 0 445 292 22S 4S 370 If iy=, alin 1212 12 215 52 9 11 2B9 4 S3 329 2UI 1'iti 2-IS 'is- 1913 160 126 51,4 27 252 1X3 73 120 i Li H,s T,,' ...

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