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TOBACCO THEFT Two Men Charged [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 30 July 1946

TOBACCO THEFT Two Men Charged SYDNEY. Tuesday: Edwin Jo.i-p!.| Mobberley. 2G, ar.d Roland Cieor'je Beaton Smith, 27, were remanded un til August 23 at the Campsie Court on a charge of having stolen IlOOi' worth of tobacco and cigarettes fr-'in I the Enfield railway yards. Mobbcrloy was allowed 1:203 bail, and Smith £100. Tii3 police stated that the tobacco had been recovered.

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COAL BILL DEBATE In Parliament Tonight [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 30 July 1946

COAL BILL DEBATE In Parliament Tonight CANBERRA. Tuesday: The second reading debate m, the Coal Bill is es pectcd lo begin in the House of Rep resentatives tonight. The bill provides for a joint- N'-.n South Wales-Commonwealth au thority, with power to ensure the i'ej'1 lar production of ccal to meet the needs of Australian economy. It is foremost on a list of 34 items on the notice paper, and will be dealt wi.h before Parliament rises. The Prime Minister said he was still hopeful that Parliament woald f-ise on August 9. The House will have only elpht'sltting days before the end of the session, probably necessitating a number of all-night sittings. Tiie bills, which will require long discussions, are the Coal Bill. Trades man's Rights Kill, and a bill to ar range for the disposal of Centra! \V~-.-! Committee's £7.000.(100 surplus. ?.Ir. Chit ley said h? would agree tc a .suggestion by the leader ol ill Opposition -Mr. Menzie.si for a bate on the peace conference provid-'.i time v.-....

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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OVERSEAS NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 30 July 1946

OVERSEAS NEWS i Overseas news ill this newspaper i-v .supplied by Australian Assoeii'-1 '' ! Press. Sources include in England Th-' j Times, Daily Telegraph. Daily M- -! , Daily Herald, Daily Express, Manch ! | er Guardian, Renter's World Seivii -: Associated Press of (Great Urilai:'-! and Exchange Telegraph Agency; in America, the New York Tim'-''-. Iiertild -Tribune: Associated Press, tir-'1, the North American Newspaper A'''j ance. Matter lrom the Times does not express liiat i''-s ?''' paper's view unless so staled

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 30 July 1946

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WAGGA CLUB HAD A GOOD YEAR [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 30 July 1946

WAGGA CLUB HAD A GOOD ?YEAK I Aggregate profit of £3465 16 10 was made by tiie Murrumbidgec Turf Club during the 1945-'48 racing year. j The ci'ib, in its 84th annual report disclosed that- the recent Wagga Cup meeting showed a nett profit of 12529- 13 7 after payment of 189!) 11 10 amusement tax. j It was the most successful meeting from a financial standpoint ever held by the 'club. I During the year eight race meetings were held at Wagga, and all were suc cessful financially. Membership for the year was 215. compared with 174 in 1945 and 117 in 1944. ' The club handed to the Wagga Mayor's Patriotic and War Fund and the Wagga Legacy Club the profit of £380 from last week's benefit meeting.

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TROTTING BLEND AGAIN WINS BIG RACE AT GOULBURN [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 30 July 1946

TROTTING | m.KND AGAIN WINS BIG HACK I AT GOU1.I1UIIN i Mr. L. McKclvie, of Marrar. scoro-:! an important win in the trotting world over the week-end. when Blend Again won the main race at Goul burn. the Southern Districts Trotting Club Handicap, of 1 1 milc.s. | He piloted the winner himself, when Blend Again -scr.) had two lengths to spare from Yellowstone (36 yards) and Patsy's Pride iser.), bred and formerly owned by Mr. J. B. Hardy, of Old Ju nee. | Blend Again started at 4 to 1, while the second horse was 2 to 1. and Patsy's Pride favorite at evens. I

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TROTTING DATES FOR S.W. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 30 July 1946

TROTTING DATES FOR S.W. ! First trotting race meeting on ih» : new circuit of the Southern Trotting j Association will be held at West Wya long on August 3. | Fixtures were allotted by the asso ciation at its meeting held at Temora recently. - . Races will be held. at Leeton on Sep tember 10 and Juriee on September 14, with Cootamundra a week later. . Temora trotting .will be held on Sep tember 18, and Marrar on September as.: . Later fixtures arc: Coolamon. Oc tober 2;' Yenda, October 5; Griffith, 6e tober 7; Ariali Park,' October 9; Barel- ! Ian, October 16; Wagga. October 26; Albury, November 2; Young. Novem ber 9; West Wyalong, November 16. I

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 30 July 1946

1 SK0P WITH OUR ADVERTISERS AND mention '.iiaf you saw ADVERTISED in lliis Newspaper. : Are you a subscriber to the ' :c-:.ui!i!»di'a Daily Herald'? J Now i a ?.!-d un'-' 10 Join.

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YASS MUNICIPAL COUNCIL PROTESTS Ald. Cusack's "Bad Advertisement" [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 30 July 1946

YASS MUNICIPAL COUNCIL PROTESTS ! Aid. Cusack's 'Bad j Advertisement' j At tl!? last meeting 01 the Yass' Mumeip.il Council, a minute by the! mayor. Aid. W. L. t:i:icii\ drew the | attention of the conn il to what the : Mayor termed the 'imsi'.'iilly signs' on j tiie premises of Aid. J. J. Cusack ill, Cf.o.na street. 'Ihe minute read; j 'I desire to conline the Mayoral mill- ] 'lite tonight to one subject only, as 1 K.liow^: I '1 respectfully and earnestly sug ?;;e.-t to Alderman J. J. Cu ack that iie | lenio'.e ^he unsightly su;;.;. having re- j Ii itiice to this council. 1:0111 Ins fire- . nuses ia. uig Cooma si reel. Tiie rea sons for this suggestion are: 'That, as an alderman, it is not in his interests to be associated with such propaganda, which has a tendency, to I bring tiie council, and the town, into ridicule. 'It is a very bad advertisement for ? the good town of Yass. lor visitors to 1 have the impression v.liich 'the writing on tiie wall' .suggests. . 'I feci sure that ...

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CIVIL SERVANT SCIENTISTS Forecast the Britain Of Tomorrow [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 30 July 1946

CIVIL SERVANT SCIENTISTS Forecast the Britain Of Tomorrow Tail-less, jet-propelled aircraft with wings thick enough to liou.se en gines and passengers, and owner-l driven helicopters which can also be | used as motor cars, may be everyday i sights in the Britain of tomorrow. I ins wan disclosed in London at n | conference held by the British Minis-! try of Supply on the work of its re- 1 search scientists. These scientists 1 number about 1250, and form ihe, largest scientitic organisation in the United Kingdom. The conference was the first of its kind. Tiie speakers were directors of tiie main research divisions in the Ministry, and were :.i)le to give an im pressive account of past achievements and to foreca.iL tiie scientific .shape of things to come. Maintaining a Wifld Lead Sir Ben i.cekspelser .the Director General r.f A.r Research, gave a J graphic account of the way in which Britain is maintaining a world lead in aeronautics. 'Britain.'' h:- said, 'is now taking ihe firs: Kt....

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COOTAMUNDRA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Monthly Meeting [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 30 July 1946

COOTAMUNDRA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Monthly Meeting The monthly meeting of the Coota mundra Chamber of Commerce was held on Friday night, with the presi dent, Mr. P. Coleman in the chair, and others present were Messrs. A. Resch. G. Brudcrlin, R. Cohen, S. McFar land, H. Kittclty, M. G. Meagher, M. Burrell, G. Dinsmore. E. H. Williams, and the secretary, Mr. G. B. Black, -j A motion congratulating the 'Syd- 1 ney Morning Herald' on the services ^ rendered by the country edition was carried.. | The cootamundra Citizens' Band expressed appreciation of tha co operation shown by the Chamber of Commerce. , Correspondence from Mr. Doug. I Dickson. M.I. A., concerning the ap plication for tiie appointment of an assistant C.P.S. at Cootamundra was received. ' Tiie meeting decided to support Mr EurcU's application to the Transport Board for permission to run a motor service from Cootamundra to Tumut. It was resolved to approach tiie council, asking tiiat a further applica tion be made to the Fir...

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MR. SHEAHAN CRITICAL [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 30 July 1946

MR. SHEAIIAN CRITICAL I The Labor Member for Yass in the State Parliament, Mr. W. J. Sheahan, has strongly criticised the Water Con servation and Irrigation Commission for not co-operating in the Yass Dig gers' race meeting. 'The only thing V'-.II- iiiiuieu a Uiurums ciay anci a great achievement was tiie parsimony and Hie non-co-operative altitude of the Government departments at Burrin juc!:,' he said. 'They prevented 200 returned soldiers' from attending a charity race meetir.;;. unless they lost pay. The meeting was held to assist the rehabilitation of servicemen and women and to honor prisoners of war, particularly local nurses Kay. Parker, Cullen and Callaghan. All other re sidents co-operated, but the petty bur eaucrats stood aloof.' said Mr. Shea han. 'I thought patriotism and ap piecialion of servicemen's sacrifices would be strong enough to break down barriers of i'ed tape. Their attitude is disappointing and disgusting. How can a proper community atmosphere be developed w...

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PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 30 July 1946

PERSONAL Mr Bill O'Dntinell. formerly of the Railway Hotel. Cootamundra. was here on a brief visit yesterday. Mr. Kcv. Ward, of the Cootamundra Railway goods shed, is to leave for his new appointment at Wollongong on Saturday. Mr. Max Scdger. prominent Coota mundra cricketer over the last two sea sons. has been discharged from the Army, and is to take up a position with a city branch of the Bank of N.SAV. Max was back here on a visit today. Railway staff changes include: F Gannon, porter. Fairfield, to signal man. Cootamundra: G. Islev. signal man. Tamwortli. to signalman. Coota mundra: B. Stuart, shunter. Coota mundra. to senior shunter. Bathurst: J. Cameron, clerk. Cootamundra. to investigation section. Sydney. Badly fracturing her thigh when she slipped and fell on the steps of the Gundagai Theatre after the pictures on Saturday night last, former Gundagai ?conveyed by ambulance to the Gun dagai District Hospital. Mfs. Renou, who was accompanied to Gundagai by her son, Dr. Marsha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 30 July 1946

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 30 July 1946

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AUSTRALIAN WOOLGROWERS' COUNCIL Wool Contributory Charge [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 30 July 1946

w ? — AUSTRALIAN 1 WOOLGROWERS' ifc COUNCIL m jf£; Wool Contributory m Charge The Chairman of the Australia!', jv Woolgrowers' Council, Mr. H. R. cow dery, has received information n;-. ;o | the Government's reasons for dtfvr-j 5 mining uiion a contributory chary ; -?! | 5 per cent to be made on the {: value of wool during the pres.;! season. These reasons may );i iefiy i.e m stated: ! I' 1. That tiie .reserve price nvrrnji'ms I 18.15d. per lb. should be satitfacwy j | to growers as being an inrrtn.se on the | previous average price. j K 2. In the first year's operation vf K the new Marketing Plan th? expenses' | of administration can only he osti.na- ! | ted and consequently a sufficiently I high charge should be made f:-r safety | reasons. After th? first year the cons | will be more definitely known and Un | charge for the future can ;Iien be re t viewed. j | 3. It is realised that a 5 ]).??:? edit g charge may result, in a larger fund be- \ -j' ing established than is actually l...

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MR. G. L. DAVEY Knows Electoral Needs [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 30 July 1946

MR. G. L. DAVEY Knows Electoral Needs Expert professional attainments and a broad knowledge of the developmen tal requirements of the Hume elector ate. influenced the choice of Mr. Geof frey Inncs Davey as the Liberal Party's candidate. | ? , ; . ' ' Mr. Davey, now' 30, was educated at Marist Brothers! College,' Sydney, and the Sydney University. - A Bachelor of Engineering. Mr.jDavej ? has earned general recognition hi' his profession. He is a member of the Institution of Engineers (Australia), and the Ame rican Society of Mechanical En-jinecrs. He is an Associate of the Institution or Civil Engineers, and the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, both of Lon don. Formerly at the Sydney Water Board, he was assistant construction engineer for the Woronora Dam. He is an au thority on water conservation, is con suiting engineer le.r both the North and South Riverina County Councils, and has been responsible for water and electricity supply systems in the River ina area. Principal cf th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 30 July 1946

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 30 July 1946

Hand grace and beauty Women's hands ware meant to b2 useful; yes, and they can be soft,! white, and lovely, too. Chnrmcsan liquid cream hand lo- ! -tion is used by many thousands of women who are the proud possessors ' of well-groomed hands. Cared for by this famous liquid cream and used gracefully, beautiful hands are a ti\-- io any woman. I Cliarmcsa!! hand lotion is so soft a:.d lovely to use. s() soothing ltr.d com forting to the skin. Know Hie groat pleasure of hand comfort all the ynr round by usi!:« lias famous liquid cream regularly. It is so dazdiiig ..v!ii'e. so genmtr; ly frcgranced. so easy io m- be,au,c it pcurs so gently from tln bn(.Ie_ no spilling, no splashing. ll0 was SO ECONOMfCAL. Charmosan hand lotion Nori-sticky. Non-greasy, nig b()t tic, 2/. Small, 1/. SoltJ everywhere. '

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COOTAMUNDRA AND DISTRICT WAR MEMORIAL FUND [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 30 July 1946

COOTAMUNDRA AND | DISTRICT WAR MEMORIAL FUND Previously acknowledged £2282 7 10| By ? Commerce Queen I (Eileen O'Neil). sccond | instalment ? 70 0 0 By Sports Queen ('Tim' Smith), third instal- j ? ? 25 0 0 , It has generally been agreed tiiat j Cootamundra. along with every other: important town throughout the Com-| iiionwcalth. .should have a wai memorial as an outward and visible sign of gratitude to those who gave, their lives in the cause of freedom.! What has yet to lie agreed upon is the form this memorial should take. With a view to asking for the sug gestions and opinions of all sections of the community, his Worship tin Mayor, as chnirman of the Cootamun dra and District War Memorial Fund has conver.cd a public meeting, lo be held in the Assembly Room, Town Hall, on Tuesday. August G, at 8 p.m Tiie memorial, when it is erected will belong to you and me and the man next door: to everyone. That is why it is essential for everyone to express their views and offer construc tiv...

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