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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 30 July 1946
WHEN YOU WANT CURTAINS V0U NATURALLY THINK OF . Day,' at.., t' s. H. cohei. _ Co 18; Love. ?? B4 ? ? k Richards, a L |U 7 VI rertx-|l g Lindsay v ' COhlER THE FURNISHING SPECIALISTS DAINTY CROSSOVER SETS in fine net, shades of Cream, Green, Pink, Blue; and, mind you, FULLY FRILLED ALL ROUND ! «/- I ? PLAIN DRAPE CURTAIN SETS in Dhursuti Cloth, Rust or Green, 6ft. drop 32/6 PAIR SIMILAR SETS with contrast trimming at foot 38/ii PAIR HEAVY TAPESTRY HANGINGS with full taped and pleated headings on brings 79/6 to 99/6 M HPE OF CURTAINS MADF( TO ORDER! 36in. HALL RUNNER Art Moderne Design 15/6 YARD IF ABOUT TO FURNISH SEE COHEN'S CORNER FINE RANGE OF SOFT FURNISHINGS SPOKEN OF BY THOSE IN THE KNOW AS THE BEST IN ANY COUNTRY TOWN YOU CANNOT GO WP.ONG AT COHEN'S CORNER COOTAMUNDRA AND MUTTAMA
SOUTH-WESTERN STOCK [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 30 July 1946
SOUTH- WESTERN STOCK Offerings of slicep and lambs at Hoinebtisii last Thursday were 32.357, and cattle 20(15. Values weie unehang ed. Wmchcombe Carson's sales in- - eluded Pas anore mid Morrison, Un- 1 gar.e, 5 steers to £15/11. avg. tT4.'it '2, ' one bull £13/16: ; Mrs. G. Neglund, Un- j garic, one heifer £7. one vca/er £5/10/ ; : G. Neglund, Uiyarie, two bulls to £G,'15 . avg. l'G'B/6; T. F. ROSS, Qliail dialla, 97 wethers 30/3.
MADE DOUBLY SURE OF HOME [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 30 July 1946
MAI)!'. IIOI'BI.Y SI RE OF HOME A i . an applied to tiie Albion Park C' t'it lor the tenancy ol a house not ; -; buiit. His father owns the land.' lie told Mr. Morgan. S.M.. lie feared j -.iiu'cn.' might .successfully apply to ?: i iv.urt for the tenancy belorc the1 :a.-:— was finished. | .Mr Morgan said lie could not make j u .iK i-r lor a liouse that was not in -.i iei.ee. but told the applicant how iv could make the home sale for him- j ? I
SHEEPSKINS EASIER [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 30 July 1946
SHEEPSKINS EASIER Winciicombc Carson Ltd. report: j Prices for sheepskins were par to Id. ' per lb. lower at the past week's Syd ney sales with woolled lilies at times ' showing a decline of lid. Best full woolled merinos sold from 17d. to 19d. per lb., ordinary 14d. to lGd., best wools lGd. lo 18id„ ordinary 13d. to 15d„ best two-third woo,s 15d. to 17d„ ! ordinary 12d. to 14cl.. i wools lid. to Mid.. 3rd wools 8d. to 12d., 1 wools Gd. to lid. Best full-v.'oolled crossbreds made to 19id. per lb., ordinary 13d. to l'id., best i wools Id. to 18d., ordinary \ 12d. to 15d., best two-third wools 13d. ; to 17d., ordinary 9id. to 13id.. i wools id. to 14d„ 3rd wools 7a. to 12d., wools Gd. lo Hid., lincolns and coarse crossbreds to 15d. Lambs realised from -Jd. to 18d. per lb., and pelts 2d. to 9d. ; On the average, rabbit skin prices were Gd. io lOtl. per lb. lower. Of ferings were 147 tons. Winters made lo 302d. per lb.. 1st incoming 174d. to 192d„ 2nd incoming l.Old. to 15G„ aut umns Ha...
FEDERAL ELECTIONS [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 30 July 1946
FEDERAL ELECTIONS Owing to pressure, on spacc and increased production co.sis, reports of political spi'ct'lics and meetings, broadcasts-, articles, letters, and oth er propaganda will only be inserted in this paper as advertising matter, with the cx'ccplimi of a report of a candidate's ripening public address. Advertising rale may be obtained I from this nlliee.
CRUMBS [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 30 July 1946
CRUMBS I Cootamundra registered two points or rain up to 9 a.m. today. Cootamundra experienced steady, but light, rain today. The public are cordially invited to attend the public meeting at the Par ish Hall next Monday night, when the Rev. W. G. Coughlan. B.A.. will speak on 'Religious Instruction in Schools.' At Cootamundra today fie Full Bench of the Arbitration Court con sidered tiie question of G o'clock clos iijj for chemists' shops. The Bench reserved decision. The . ating federal secretary of the B.M.A. t. nsiders locally produced peni ciilan too dear. A secret session of international ato mic experts is being held to discuss tiie Bikini experiments. 1 lie French prosecutor at the Nureniburs trial called for the death penalty for the Nazi war leaders. It is predicted that Australia will seil to Japan each year something more than IGO.OOO bales or wool. The Taxation Department is inquir ing whither policemen who have been selling raffle tickets- on commission have disclosed t...
GOULBURN TROTTING [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 31 July 1946
GOULBURN TROTTING Trotting club representatives from South-Western New South Wales, at( a meeting In Goulburn, commended the proposal of Goulburn City Coun cil to construct a flve-furlong trotting track on the new recreation area. Representative of ? clubs in the South-West Districts Trotting Associa tion. Mr. A. V. Malion, stated that more than 90 per cent, of the tracks in ills area were of less than five fur longs. Mr. G. Harpley Uunec) said that several clubs had catercd for the public by reducing the size of tracks.
FENCE-SITTERS FREEZE WHILE RATTLE RAGES [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 31 July 1946
FENCE-SITTERS FREEZE WHILE RATTLE ItAGES It is unnecessary to freeze to death on a fence while a great, big, blood warming battle is being waged at you'.' feet. Get into the fray; don't freeze up there any longer. If you are first and foremost a 'sport.' then get light into the battle behind the spirts queen. She wants your help ! If. on the other hail^l. your chief interest, liesj in commerce, support the commerce que.'n with everything you have got.j A little help on both sides Is very kind and generous, but it ruins a competi tion. So pop down oft that fence make up your mind, and yet 'stud: into' this battle of the queens. A glance at the voting will show you hoiv close they are running: Sports Queen r'Tim' Smith i . 6010 Commerce Queen i Eileen O'Neill 5204 Take a good look, a good leap, and there you are. And. what's more you'll like it 1
BOXING NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 31 July 1946
BOXING NOTES (By 'Left-hook.') John White, ol tlie Harden Police Boys' Club, will be seen in action on August IS. He lias been training at the Cootamundrn gymnasium and those who have seen him in his work outs say that lie will be hard to topple by any other featherweight. John is one of the best built featherweights I have seen fighting around the coun tt;. and should put up a great 'do' tor the public. Middleweight Lionel Smart has si as ted training for the coining fights. I.tone; i' a ? w ide as he is tall, and J u til play 'uive and take'' as long asi In I'P pencil! can stolid Up to it. « Mr [?:. Fitzgerald has been putting i .?me i.-«y.s through their lirst lesson I ? !ji iiii;; since Monday night. Those j ?. . . , t.ii;.- notice what lie tells them I ?- j;; :aul tiic benefit of his lessons in ! n'-xi ftjht. Mr. Fitzgerald knows | v. : .a: in is talking about, so it pays toj i i ;:i.c out of number a boy just learn- j ;i-' boxing game will step up to | i.i.v a punch, left or r...
RED CROSS IN JAPAN [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 31 July 1946
RED CROSS IN JAPAN The Australian liici Cn.,-, Unit in Japan is finding ample nr.-upntion. At the 130 A.CJ.H.. the work runs smoothly, the libr.i:-. Ijeing open for three hours each niu: ni;:-.- jnui the handei aft room lor it,-- .inie j^eriod during- the alternoons. ..\,i wards are visited .six days per w-;: v. itl: hand craft materials and boo-.- in,. i,ed nat ietils. and the weekly ' i^arettt- i.ssue The library is extremci !;opuiar, the greatest demand being f'.r non-iiction. |;ar'.i:-ularly travel and ijiourapiiv. The ho.pital has installed u liroadeastiii',' studio, from whirh ladio programmes and recorded music ale relayed through out hospital. A public address sys tem is also installed at the ho firiti.sh General Hospital, bul the 92 iniiiiin General Hospital lias been issued with individual sets. At each hospital gramophones have been supplied. Wel fare enquiries average six or seven weekly, and with' the exception ol one i enquiry, all have been investigated and answered. ...
PICNIC RACES The Bush Tradition [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 31 July 1946
PICNIC RACES The Bush Tradition In ail article in this week's publica tion of 'The Women's Weekly', Joyce Browden. staff reporter, hafe ii double page on the subject of 'Picnic Races are a part- of Australia's Bush Tradi tions.' including a photograph of a Ccctamundra race finish,, yi'i'h the addendum that 'Picnic Race Riders call .Cootamundra (N.S.W.), tlie j sweetest little course in the State.' Amongst the descriptions of many picnic race meetings and the tra ditions attached thereto, is the follow ing reference to Cootamundra: 'Cootamundra was one of the big gest meetings in New South Wales. People come from miles around, and. in fact, from all over Australia and even overseas visitors were brought to ?Coota' lo witness great meetings, which included polo matches and pigeon shooting. I 'One year the Into Mr. Ben Os borne came in an impressive Cobb 'coach drawn by sis greys, with thirty i guests aboard. Mr. Osborne and Mr. Hope Osborne | had engaged one of the leading hotels for ...
£2 DEPOSIT ON STOCK VANS [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 31 July 1946
« DEPOSIT ON STOCK VANS A.-c.irdine to a spokesman fcr a stock ar.:i nation company, r.l! persons who. in luture. require truck.- ::-r ths car r;av,.' c;f sheep or catti.- v.ai have to pay a deposit of at b;i-- i.2 on each. Tins direction, he sn.u. ijeen given by the CommLs.vi:, .a-.- for Rnil ways. Mr. Hartigan. ami res„jt in biiti-k marketing a:.i; for rolling -stock being curbtd. The spokesman said ti..ii penons who ord.'rrd trucks ami u;;i nut use all of them would lose di-p:,.-,.s on those unused.
MARKET REPORT [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 31 July 1946
MARKET REPORT The Country Producers Selling Co. Ltd.. report the followir.-^ sales at ? Homebush Market. (Ill the 29, 7 40: There were 24.022 sheep and 13.711 lambs yarded, from a listing of 3G.180. The quality of the yarding was satis factory. but a much larger proportion of shcrn sheep were included. The i market opened cheaper, but on settling down it was noticed that the demand was fairly .strong for good sheep, ill- ' ' i hough valuer, generally were about 1/ i lower. On the medium and plain de- I s.criptions the decline would be 16.; Subject to fluctuations, this tone pre- j vailed throughout the afternoon. I Lambs.— Prime lambs were in very, strong demand with values firm. Other 1 grades met with a little irregularity, j out. rates were not changed. I Cattle.— 2250 yarded, including 305 sold in the store section. The quality of the yarding was net quite as good as last day's, although there were quite a number of good vealers and prime steers available. I 'Ihe demand was acti...
SPORTING PROFIT SHOWN ON MULLEY [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 31 July 1946
[?] PROFIT SHOWN ON MULLEY Although Sydney's leading rider, A. Mulley. failed to nde n winner at tin last two meetings 1.1 llu' season, titoaC who followed him '.Iti' ing the ye.u , would have von l*..t-l iliev bet a level ( stake. ! The return would have been 04; tlni2s the stake !:rt. j Contrasting .?harp!. '-i!h Mulley s success was the lo.-v- ?h-'!l'n by similaii.- ; following Victoria's leading rider. A Breasley. ' Breasley fti' winners and a dead-heat tor first .-napared with Mulley's .')0 win.- ar.tl two ilead-hea.s fcr first, atid 'h re W'tiild hav: beer, a loss of 11, - i-n an investment of i'l on each his mounts. Like Mulley. Hr..-asl'.v finished the season witn a run oi reverses. He did not ride a winner m lus l;:.v. ii mounts. I Mulley was a great winner for tem backets. His longest run of iie fffats was -1. a ntimbe'.' to which m est systi'ins lire calculated to stand. Of the six riders who followed Mul ley in the winning list only O ivr.i' ?? and D. Munro showed their ...
£11 MILLION IN TOBACCO DUTY [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 31 July 1946
£?1 MILLION IN TOBACCO 1)11 V Nearly £^1.500.003 in exui-c .md im |iort duty was obtained fiom t!ie to bacco industry in 1345-4ii. tile Minis ter lor the Army. Mr. Fonie. repre M-:it:ng the .\!ini.-aer for Trade and Cu t'.ni'i. Senator Fraser. told Mr. Francis iLib.. Qld.i in the House of Representatives. Excise contributed ilO.alL'.O'JO. and import duty £4.9G8.210.