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CHURCH NOTICES CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 1 August 1946

CHURCH NOTICES CHURCH OF ENGLAND Friday, August 2: Choir Practice 7.15: Youth Meeting 8. Address by! Rev. W. G. .coughlan, Christian social ? Order Movement. Saturday. August 3: Mens Tea, G.j Address by Rev-. V/. G. Coughlan. Sunday, August 4, 7th Sunday aflr | Trinity; Christ Church 8. Holy Coin- ?! immion; 7.30 Evensong. Preach jr. Rev. W. G. Coughlan. Letluuigra 'J.30. Holy Communion; Dudouman 3. Even song. Monday, August 5: Public Mcotin?,,! 8. sponsored by People's Education i Association. Address by Rev. W. u.; Coughlan, 'The Teaching of Religion] m Schools.' Rev. A. W. Hurri».j Rector. | fittajjn ltitiA.N 1 Friday. August 2: Choir Practice H.j Sunday, August 4: Scots Church.! Cootamundra. 11, Mr. C. J. Raff; 7.30. j Rev. K. Perkins; StOckinbingal 11.' Muttaina 3. Rev. Harold Perkins, B.A..I Minister. j METHODIST j Friday: Choir Practice. Sunday. August. 4: Cootamutidra 11 j service conducted by Miss L. Biaek-; bum. and attended by members ol il»e , Brownies. Cubs. Girl Guides...

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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WHAT'S ON? (As Advertised in This Issue.) [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 1 August 1946

WHAT'SON? (As Advertised in This Issue.) Fri.. August 2; Annual niecting of Cootamundra Tattcrsall's Trotting Club at Hotel Central. Fri., Aug. 9; Red Cross Monthly Meeting, at 3 p.m. Thurs,, Aug. 15: Boxing in Town Hall, commencing at 8 p.m. Auctions Tucs., Aug. 13: Goulbtirn .-sheep sr.le by Farmers and Graziers.

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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RECORD RIDE AROUND AUSTRALIA PER PUSH BIKE NIGH 50 YEARS AGO (No. 23.) [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 1 August 1946

RECORD RIDE AROUND AUSTRALIA ' PER PUSH BIKE NIGH 50 YEARS AGO (By Donald Mackay, C.B.E.) (No. 23.) Next morning (December 27) \ie .^ot under way at 5, but as usual, it canw to be nearly all walking. Occasionally the sand phanged into a kind of loose loanv'knowri as 'powder and pull.' in thls: the .wheels sank a couple uf Indies. At'9 We passed some blacks driving horses, but as they were some distance from, the pad. did not go over lo them. In a few more miles came high, loose sandhills. We could hardly make any progress. Prom the top of one of these 'we at last saw in tlie distance two men and a mob of horses. Getting to where they were, we found the lo cality to be Hurigan's Grave Well. The owner of the horses. Mr. Mc Leod, was very pleased to .,ee us. Un fortunately, his [lacks were ahead, so he could not shout n feed. There was no wood here, but we teenred a few sticks from his camp, and rigging our sheet over the toiyli poles that mark the grave iHurigan was murdered at this s...

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CAULFIELD SATURDAY'S FIELDS ELSTERNWICK STAKES.—7 furlongs At 1.30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 1 August 1946

CAULFED SATURDAY'S FIELDS F.I.STKKNWICK STAKES.— 7 Furlongs At 1.30 p.m. Kairv's Plight (13i ? 8 9 Fly Beam (9- ? 8 9 Sasti -7i ? ? 8 6 IMy Rose -2- ? 8 0 Miss Lottie (21i ? 7 11 Queen of the Fairies i20i .. 7 10 .Han Fairy Anne i5i .. .. 7 10 So and So i3i ? 7 10 Amelia 1I61 ? 7 8 Linda's Joy (lot ? 7 3 Our Love (4i ? 7 3 Pheon ? 17 - ? 7 8 Blue Stocking (19) ? 7 G Dream Rocks il0- ? 7 6 Tarella illi ? 7 6 Miss Traccy (14i ? 7 4 Snow Screen -12i ? 7 4 Chippendale i22) ? 7 2 Heather Rose 16) ? 7 0 Suppose ill ? 7 0 Top Rank (8) ? 7 0 MOONDAH PLATE.— 6 Furlongs , First Division J ( At 3.5 p.m. T.n PotriCA -) 7 Aggressor (8). ? 9 1 1 Geronimo il) .. ? 8 7 Delano (23) ... ' . ., .... 8 4 Glenfern (3) ? ? f. p. 3 Enthuse (9) ' .. ? ! .. 8 1 Tnrabah (21) ? ? 8 1 Clierie Marie (12) ? 7 12 Dual Gilt (19) ? 7 12 The Sirdar 113) ? 7 10 Edward John (2) ? 7 9 Brace (5) . .' ? 7 8 Solstar (20) ? 7 5 Westminster Abbey (16) .. 7 5 Tamerlane (18) ? 7 3 Horeward (15) ? 7 2 Columbine (14) ? 7 0 Flas...

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SPORTING MOOREFIELD SATURDAY'S FIELDS JANNALI THREE-YEAR-OLD MAIDEN.—6 Furlongs First Division At 12.15 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 1 August 1946

[?] MOOREFIELD SATURDAY'S FIELDS ?JANNAU TIIKI-E-YLAR-OLD MAIDKN.— ' Furlongs First Division Al r.M'i p.m. Regal Light i4i ? 8 12 Monogram 1 33' ? 8 11 Magauda '2i ? 8 10 Congo '8i ? 8 10 Pans ? ? 8 10 Periecl Move iji ? 8 10 St ct field -f' ? 8 !l Wise Ruler - 17 - ? 8- 8 Wake Island .10' ? 8 7 Pasteur ' 1 ? ? 8 ~ Mililairc - ? ? ? 8 7 1 Diictclra iliii ? ? 8 7 Knritane il2- ? 8 fi Lord Rex 1 1 0 ) ? B 5 Marnrak '22- ? 8 ;i Sir Valais -'i ? 8 4 Silver Klk -«- ? 8 3 All worth '3i ? 8 2 | Expediter -21 - ? 8 - | Imposter - 14 - ? 8 1 | Eromanga - 1 1 1 ? 8 ' | Ray o' Lite il8- ? : . ? 8 0 JANXALI THREE- YKAIt-OI.D I MAIDEN.— 6 Furlongs j Second Division At 1.20 p.m. ! Grand City - 11 - ? 3 11 ! Affable -10i ? « U | Permanent 1 4 - ? H W Jest 1 7), ? H 10 ' Murmur ill ? a l» Bunak ? 15 ? ? h m , Conviviality it' i ? H :- Joan Dale (13i ? 8 7 B;au's Pride i14i ? ? 3 7 Vagitus - S i ? 8'! Timoana (3i ? 8 7 , Catch On 1 12- ? 8 7 j Ethel Clare -19i ? 5 Lady Game (21 ? .. ? ? H ?- Chins U...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 1 August 1946

FEDERAL ELECTIONS Owing to prcssuri mi space anil increased production costs, reports of political speeches and meetings, broadcasts, articles, letters, ami oth er propaganda will only lie inserted in this paper as advertising matter, with tlie' exception of a report of a candidate's opening public address, Advertising rale may lie obtained from (Ills office. , /WV^rt-^.*.V.V.V.V.V.v.WAV

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COOTAMUNDRA LITERARY INSTITUTE Special General Meeting [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 1 August 1946

COOTAMUNDRA LITERARY INSTITUTE Special General Meeting A special meeting of subscribers of j the cootamundra Literary institute was held in l lie i-omipittee room of the institute last night. Business of the meeting was to ask the endorsement of subscribers regard ing the handing over of the institute to the Cootamiiurtra Town Council. Under the provisions of the Public Libraries- Act. 1333. the council offi cially takes over the Institute from January 1. 1947. It is suggested that the council will pui'i down the present building and re erect on the site the proposed war memorial, till the present facilities of the institute to lie included. Mr. H. O. O. Burrows moved that the action of t lit? committee be en dorsed. In seconding the motion, the president 'Mr. W. L. Purtoni said that iii« inciltttti' hnil been functionimr for many year.;, and had fulfilled its pur pose in providing up-to-date reading and cisllur.il recreation for the people of Cootamundra. Discussing, the forthcomin...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 1 August 1946

IN MEMORIAM j gHURMER: In loving memory of my j dear husband and our father Oliver Charles Shurmer, who par sed away 1st August. 1938. J j The moon shines tonight, j Upon a grave not far away; Where we laid our darling father. ? Just nine years ago today.' —Inserted by his .loving wife ? daughters Millie, May. and Jean, son ? Eert, grandchildren Shirley, Pat, and i Barrio, and son-in-law Arthur. RETURN THANKS Jly|R. R. BARRETT wishes to thank the Doctor, Matron, Sisters, and Nursing Staff of the Sacred Heart Hospital for their kindness and atten tion during Ills illness. jyjR. HERB. KOAHE wishes to sin cerely thank the matron, sisters, and nursing staff of the District Hos pital; also the Dr. for kindness and attention in Ills recent accident. jy|R. R. BARRETT wishes to thank the organist's and citizens for the support given hi.-o by the benefit social held in liis aid.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 1 August 1946

iorsdIyItost is BOXING UN AID OF DISTRICT HOSPITAL) WATCH FOR FURTHER ANNOUNCEMENTS ! A. BATHOS unci J. BRYANT. Hon. Organisers. TUESDAY, AUGUST 13 SPECIAL SHEEP SALE | GOULBURN | 7500 STORE SHEEP 7500 INClUDlNCi '? 850 Merino Wethers. Sep.. sho.-ii, our marl:. particularly well woollcd. 1. 2. and 3 yrs. oil. 200 Merino Wethers, one mark. Aug shorn. Western bred. 3 yrs. off. -iO~0. condition. | 850 Merino Wethers. one mark. ?! vis.. Oct. ;hnrn. an attractive lint. 1 GOO Merino Wethers, one mark. 3 nt.d 4 yis.. Oct. .shorn, excellent condition. 500 Merino Wethers, 3 marks. 3 and 4 vr.s . Oi l. .'-horn, for'.vard to fat. , lfiOO Merino Weaners. well grown. 3 ?nr. rV::, . »- be drafted. j 200 Crossbred Ewe Wcaners. one mark. 3'JM Merino Ewes. Wethers, and Weiiners. arroutii various owners, lull par ticulars of which are not yet to hone. Sheep vans secured, stock routes in good order. Usual rebate to outside agents introducing buyers. THE FARMERS AND GRAZIERS Co-operative Grain Insuranc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 1 August 1946

SAIALL AUVTS.— Wanted, Found, Lost. To-Let, For Sale, etc.— are Gd per line per issue '6 words to a line), with a minimum charge of !/G. WANTED, Cottage. Flat, or Rooms, accomodate tv:o. Apply this office. WANTED, waitress; also kitchenmaid able relieve ivaiWvss. Apply Hotel Central. ____________ WANTED, Girl, no laundry.' Apply Mrs. BasslngilnvaiEhie, 158 Wallen doon Street. . . WANTED, schoolboy, to deliver papers, moi ning anci nitemoon. Apply H Ekin. cootainur.dra. WANTED. FiJtio or Player Piano, cash buyer, cm c! order no objection. Must have 'lull iron triune. Reply, stating make, price, etc. to Mr. Dunne, care thto otfl'e lIUvlurrEBirs and Radiators just arrived at II A V CROWE'S, Parker St loin''c;no;aimii'tha. Petrol Tank | p.' ,vitii lock attached.. Reward 5 /. ' pi,' ;s. !V',nii to this oftlaa. ' I r-s'l la'-e mown Handbag, con i lB,je sum of money and en ? ring- Reward on returning : I i:l- ? csi stockinbingal-Sprlngdale ; . , li'.ly. Chevrolet Wheel Cap ; ' .;n returnin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 1 August 1946

CHEAP CHAFF FOR SALE Priniu Heavy Oaten, 8/-i Bag.' Fresh Green Whcaten, 7/(i Bag. Pressed Hay, Straw, etc., at cheap rates. J. RIGNEY WALLENDOON STREET. FOR SALE APPLES Delicious, fancy grade, 20/ per ease Delicious, food grade, 17/ ease. Delicious, second grade. 10/ case. Granny Smitli, fancy grade, 14/ ease. Granny Smith, good grade, 12/ ease. Granny Smith, domestic grade, 10/ case. Granny Smitli, 2nd grade, 8/ case. Please add 2/ freight on each case. SUPER FLAVOR VALLE ORCHARDS Phone; Batlow 27. | [P^,SE OLDOWL ''W\ SAT ON A FENCE W\ AND WHKT HE SAID WAS COMMON SENSE

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INDUSTRIAL COURT (TUESDAY) [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 1 August 1946

INDUSTRIAL COURT (TUESDAY) Before Messrs. ? Justices cantor, Webb, and De Baun. Chemists' Closing Hours An application was made by the Shop Assistants' and Warehouse Em ployees' Union of Australia, represen ted by Mr. W. Young, for a G o'clock closing of country chemists', shops. The interests of chemists were watched by Mr. L. W. Smith, of Syd ney. Eyidence on behalf of the chemists was given by L. C. Wilson (Tsmora), F. Wilson White (Albury), G. M. Durf (Goulburm, c. R. Small (Wagga). and A. A. Dobbie (Cootamundra). P. Coleman and G. A. Bruderlin (Cootamundra) presented the point °f view of citizcns. | No opposition was. expressed to the G o'clock closing, and evidence dis closed that of 24 principal towns be tween Goulburn and Hay, 10 already closed at G o'clock, * '

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CRUMBS [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 1 August 1946

CRUMBS Bank holiday' on Monday. Cootamundra had 25 points of rain up to 9 a.m. today. Town Council meeting on Monday nlfchl. The State A.L.P. executive has de cided to ask the Government to estab lish an intra-statc airline. Mr. Nick Ellas has an attractive range of fruit and vegetables. Rivcrina farmers are Jubilant over the rain which has fallen during the past few days. | The three major political parties are well advr need In their plans for the i Federal sections. Used t: I'paulins are advertised for; sale bv S. Goodman Pty. Ltd., 3 Mat'- | ket. street. Sydney. Have your refrigerator checked over by Argent and Stone. 180 Parker street. 24-hour service. Dalmeny chicks are advertised for sale by H. G. Young, Marigold street, Revesby. N.S.W. Phone UY lGfiC. R. F. Gibson, auctioneer, has one bay gelding horse and one polled Here for bull for private sale. Phone 197. After six years' occupation by the Army, the Wagga Showground has been returned to the Show Society. | All Adelaide i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 1 August 1946

We welcome reports of different organisations, sporting bodies, etc., ?'til ask that, where possible, 'copy' lie in by 1 o'clock on Fridays for Monday's issue, and thereafter by I on the day preceding publication. We wish to avoid .having to hold anything Jvcr jm uic following issue. ADVERTISE WELL the coming' events, meetings. and so on. For these the charge Is 5/ per Inch (from one inch upward). j

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COUNTRY PARTY RALLY Great Meeting at Walla Walla [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 1 August 1946

COUNTRY PARTY RALLY Great Meeting at Walla Walla Memories' of old-time political 1Ilect Ingt were revived'nt Walla Walla on Monday night last, when upwards of 350 people packed the local hall to listen to stirring addresses from the Right Hon. A. T. Fiidden ( Leaner i. m Hon. John McEwen (Deputy), and the C.P. candidate Tor Hume (Mr. Wnrren ^ McDonald i. j Mr. E. T. Kendell. president of the Corowa Stale Electorate Council, who presided, declared that the meeting was the best held in the Rlverlna since the early days of the late Charles ( Hardy. At the conclusion of their i addresses. Messrs. Faddcn and McEwen 1 answered numerous questions fully, courteously, and to the apparent satis faction of the questioners and their audience. Mr. Faddcn dealt trenchantly with the militant and noisy minority, led by communists and their dupes, who have disrupted industry, stagnated the economic life of the nation, and j brought untold ami unnecessary mis ery to the workers and housewives lhrotie...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 1 August 1946

SURE, IT'S COLD! BUT ' JUST AROUND THE CORNER LIES THOSE LONG 1!|WB WHEN THE DAYS ARE SO HOT, AND APPETITES ARE JADED OR FOOD SPOILS, YOUR MIND IMMEDIATELY TURNS TO REFRIGERATION YOU MAKE UP YOUR MIND TO BUY A MECHANICAL OR ICE REFRIGERATOR WHEN YOU GET DOWN TOWN YOU FIND, AS USUAL, THEY ARE NOT AVAILABLE AT ONCE ! DON'T BE CAUGHT THAT WAY. GO TO '? '? COHEN'S CORNER AND PLACE YOUR ORDER, THUS ENSURING - ??-. . -v. ? ! ABSOLUTE DELIVERY FOR THIS SUMMER. slf 1 N(f SOME FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY OR WE WILL BOOK AND HOLD. COHEN'S CORNER COOTAMUNDRA ANDMUTTAMA SUPPORT THE COOTAMUNDRA AND DISTRICT WAR .MEMORIAL FUND QUEEN COMPETITION

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PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 1 August 1946

PERSONAL Mr. Charlie Fuller, of Sutton street, was taken by ambulance to the Dis trict Hospital 'ihis morning. Mr. Rex. Patterson, who has been on vacation from the Railway Depart ment, is back on the job. Mr. Harold Cox arrived back In Cootamundra after a very enjoyable holiday in Sydney and Melbourne. Mrs Sheila McMahon has returned to Newcastle after spending a few weeks' holiday with her sister, Mrs Roy Brettell. Mrs. Lane, after a holiday with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Shannon, of Cootamundra, has returned to Manly. On the eve of his retirement, alter 25 years' service with the Southern Electricity Supply, Mr. Fred Taber wiu the recipient of a presentation, by Ill fellow employees. The death occurred in Sydney on Tuesday of Airs. J. Burrell, grand mother ol Mr. Merrick Burrell, of Cootamundra. she would have been 95 in September. Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. MacMurray on the arrival of a daugh ter in St. Catherine's Hospital. Mrs. Murray was formerly Miss Mollie Quin la...

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PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 2 August 1946

PERSONAL Mr. Bill Jenklns.-whose condition at the District Hospital caused anxiety I for a while, is now doing well. | Mrs. Izzard, of Walleiidbeen, was conveyed by ambulance to the District Hospital this morning. Mr. Jack McLaren, of the Coota mundra post office, is on six weeks' holiday. Mr. W. J. Starr strained a muscle in his right leg while shuntina at Tiimtit, j and is on compensation from the Rail- ' way Department.. , | Mr. ar.cl Mrs. A. Davey will arrive in Ccotair. mdra tomorrow to spend a' liclida. with Mrs. Davey's parents, Mr. and Mi.:. S. 'Lolterlon. of sutton' street. On the occasion of her leaving the staff of Conkoy and Sons, Ltd., prior to her marriage, Miss Helen Chandler was presented with a handsome leather travelling case by her fellow employees. Cootamundra has been regretfully sayii-.T good-bye to Mrs. Sargent and Mr. and Mrs. Jim White, who are leaving next week. The Red Crass and all organisations connected with the Church of England and the pat riotic bodi...

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PROPOSED WAR MEMORIAL IN COOTAMUNDRA [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 2 August 1946

PROPOSED WAR MEMORIAL IN COOTAMUNDRA The question which is uppermost in tlie minds of nil citizens of Coota uuuulra and tii.stiict at tho present mo mei-.i is: v.'Iihi form will Ink propos eJ hew iiii-inaria] take? That is u,ij question which will be put to liic people ut the public meet ing convened |J-V His Worship the Mayor, u- lain; place in the Assembly Kooin Di) Ttuwday next, August C, at H p.m. | The memorial, when built, will be long to you. Therefore it is for YOU to come aiuny limi HHy wi,nt yoll want Thai i.s ;,,i unit is being asked of you. At » recent meeting of the Coota miihdrn Town Council, a motion was i-arried to the Mtect that, provided the new memorial met with its approval, the council would give its wholehearted support, both financially and other wise. This is must gratifying and encour '3l»g. It .shows that the council has indeed a true community spirit. We imisi .show tlmt we, too. are not lack- ] i»8 i' this spi,it. rt is up to us to see that a .siiiiaWe me...

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CRUMBS [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 2 August 1946

CRUMBS Cootamundra has had 00 jxilnus of rain In the last three days. Town Council meeting on Monclny night! Circyhound rnclng on Fisher Park tomorrow afternoon. Tumbarumba had 14 inches of rain during Julv. i Tlie details of the Manchester Unity Oddfellows Hospital Fund arc adver tised in this issue. i The electricity supply to the section or ccotamundra, south of Huiby street, will be interrupted on Sunday' i weather permitting* fur the purpose of carrying out repairs. The ralnfail up to fl a.m. this morn ing was 35 points. Yesterday morn ingV reeordinc was first put on ihe past oillec chart as 25, but this was subsequently altered to 3D. An additicnal ten houses are to be built in Cowrn by the Housing Com mission, slated Mr. F. .1. Caliill. M.L.A. ? A branch of the Torch Hearer Croup to asMst tlie Leuney Club was formed at a public meeting at Forbes. Mr. R. O. Paimer was electtd prcsidi!iit. i Have you .scon tlic nice new ran};? of ladies' handb.ii; at Uruderlins? Tlicrc ar:- nti...

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