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DISTRICT DOINGS STOCKINBINGAL [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 2 August 1946
DISTRICT DOINGS STOCKfflBINGAL Congratulations arc being received by Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Galvin. of Concord. Sydney, on, the birth of n son. Greg. U tlie only son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Oalvin. of Stockinbingal. At the last meeting of the Farmers and Settlers' Association, held at the hotel. Mr. T. Baldwin and Mr. M. ( Pocle were elected local delegates to the F.S.A. conference, which opens ^11 Sydney on wwineMiny, August 1. A very successful euchre party and dtince was held in Ellwood's Hall on Saturday night last. The proceeds go to the Parents and Citizens' Associa tion funds. The monthly meeting of the Stock inbingal Welfare Association was luld in Ellwood's Hall on Wednesday last, the president .Mr. C. Pother) occupy ing the chair. Owing to the inclem ency of the weather, only a bt'.re quorum was present, and the only^ business which needed immediate at-i tention was attended to. I At tho monthly meeting of the Red Cress Society, held on Wednesday j July 24. in the depot, all ...
MANCHESTER UNITY ODDFELLOWS [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 2 August 1946
MANCHESTER UNITV ODDFELLOWS The 18tli annual meeting of the Gadara district was held at Adelong on July 31. . . The district grandmaster, Bro. Fred H. Johnson (TurriuU, ' occupied the chair. .Other district officers, present were Bro. W. Welch, D.D.G.M. (Ade long), Bro. J. A. Fowler, P.D.G.M., and Cootamundra and district secre tary, Bro. H. G. Budge. Grand Lodge was represented by Bro. c. R. White, deputy grandmaster (Mayfield West). The delegates from 10 lodges were welcomed by C. R. Roach, represent ing the Tumut Shire Council. The district grandmaster's address and district secretary's report were re ceived and adopted. The financial .statements showed total receipts of £042/14/2. and expenditure of £534/10/1. j The district benevolent fund receipts i were £18/14/4, and with last year's bal ance and War Savings Certificates tot alled £198/2/10. Payments to distress ed members amounted to £7/2/, leav ing a balance of £151/0/10 in bank bal ance and War Saving Certificates. The acc...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 2 August 1946
WH|nTN7 (As Advertised in This Issue.) Sat.; Aug.' 3: ??Greyhound Racing on -Fisher Park. Sat., Aug. 3: Associates' Golf Tmuna nietit. Sun., Aug. 4: GoU dub Open Tourna ment. Sun;; Aug. 4: Band Committee MTOt. ing, at 10. Mon., Aug. 5: Public meetinc in Parish Hall.' Subject: 'ReliBious in.v.nic ''?flon in Schools'. Tues;, AUg; 6: Public Jvlcctii^ ,,. tno War Memorial Fimd in the Assembly RoomV'at 8. W*d;, Aug. 7: CootamiiiKira catholic ;;Bali. ? Thurs., Aug. 8: Juvenile Vimw and Fancy Dress Dance. Tour. Mali. Wed.,'August 21: ChuMi nr England Ball in the Town Hall. Wed., Aug. 28: Cootamundra Turf Club's Victory Cup Mi-r-ting. flies., Sept. 3: Young show. I Wed., Sept. 4: Young show ' Wed., Sept. 4: M.U.l.O.o.r-. Annual Ball. Auctions ' Thurs., Aug. 8: Forbes special Sheep Sale, Wlnchcombe Carson Ltd. Sat.. Aug 10: Furniture Sale by Mr. G. B. Black.
COOTAMUNDRA SHOW ASSOCIATION £3500 to be Raised In Debentures £800 Already Promised [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 2 August 1946
COOTAMUNDRA SHOW ASSOCIATION £3500 to be Raised In Debentures £800 Already Promised A special meeting of the Cootamun dra A .P.H. and I. Association was held in the Assembly Room last night, called to discuss the matter of the is sue of debentures to finance the asso ciation. I Mainly been two of the inclement weather, nnd, to a certain extent, the apathy of the public, the attendance was very disappointing. The president, Mr. Norman Reading, occupied the chair. He said that he was disappointed that there were so few. present outside the members and the commltteemen. The Association had to false money to carry on the show. Mr. T. V. Parker, association treas urer, at the request of the chairman, said the present financial position of the association was that the assets exceeded the liabilities by the amount of £2215/10/8. It was proposed to is sue debentures to a total of £3500, at £25 each, it was also proposed to re deem £200 worth each year, to be decided bv ballot. It was nronns...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 2 August 1946
IN MEMORIAM f URRIE.— In loving remembrance of my dear husband and '' our father, Henry Donald, who de parted this life August 3, 1943. Deep in our hearts A memory is kept. Of one we loved. And will never forget. —Inserted by his loving wife and children. j, ? * pAULKNER.4-m loving memory of ttoy-FSulkrier, who died a prisoner of; war in Thailand, August 2, 1943 I'lAlways in' our memories. — Inserted by his loving brother Ted end sister-in-law Vera. FAULKNER.— In loving memory of NX31303, Pte. R. A. Faulkner, prisoner of war died August 2, 1943, Thailand. ? Not today, but every day, I In silence we remember. i —Inserted by his loving mother and brother Charlie. pAULKNER.— In loving memory tf Roy, who paid the supreme sacri flee in Thailand on August 2, 1913 To,,be with, us 'in the same old way WortJd be bur dearest wish today. — Ins^ted- by'Vj-ls brother Alec, wife, and fahrUy.' '?'?,',.' 'pXyLpJEiS.— A tribute of love find f^remembranjis to the 'memory of i ' Pte. Roy ArtJiur Faulk...
CHURCH NOTICES CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 2 August 1946
I ... CHURCH NOTICES ? I CHURCH OF ENGLAND I Friday, August 2: Choir Practice 1 7.15; Youth Meeting 8. Address by I Rev. W. G. Coughlan, Christian Social I Order Movement. I Saturday, August 3: Men's Tea. C. I Address by Rev. W. G. Coughlan. I Sunday. August 4. 7th Sunday aflc I Trinity: Christ Church 8. Holy Com I munlon; 7.30 Evensong. Preach.! I Rev. W. G. Coughlan. nclhunara 0.M I Holy Communion; Dudauman 3, Evc.i I £ong. I Monday, August 5: Public MWiiiK. I 8. sponsored by People's Educaiiwi ?'; Association. Address .by Rev. \V. (.1. .V, Coughlan. 'The Teaching of Religion jji In Schools.' Rev. A. W. Harris I Rector. I PRESBYTERIAN I Friday. August 2: Choir Practice 8. I Sunday, August 4: Scots church. 1 Cootamundra, 11. Mr. C. J. Raff; 7.30. I Rev. H. Perkins; Stockinbingal 11, | . Muttama 3, Rev. Harold Perkins, B.A.. I 'Minister.' I ? ? 'METHODIST 1 '?? Friday; Choir Practice. | ?? Sunday, -August 4: cootamundra 11, | service' conducted by Miss L. Black I burn, arid attended...
YOUNG BOOGIE-WOOGIE FANS [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 5 August 1946
V0i;NG BOOGIE-WODtili: FANS Chiidien of two years and their elder brothers and sisters who were | rising 13. danced the boonic-woogii: i with great vim and vigor at tin' Kid- I dies' romp in the Town Hail on Sat- I urtiay a:trrnr.on. in aid of the eantii- I daturc of the Commerce Queen. Tliey had a uutidar.'u] time. There were unme:; jjalt-re, the moM pu|-:ilar beini; oid favorite Rinsital rhairs. with a lovely prize for tlie winner. The hot doss, cakes, sweets and rasp berry syrup which were handed out were greatly appreciated. Sweets and apples oil sticks were purchased eagerly at a penny n time. By 4.30 the fun was so fast and fur ious that one needed good ear plugs to stand ttp to the racket made by III youngsters expressing their jote de vie. — ? 1 I
COMMERCE QUEEN COMMITTEE MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 5 August 1946
COMMKKl K 'M I.I'.N committi:i: J mi:ktinc. At a uectu.., th» Commei'T queen':- i-Mntr.it;. . on Friday night, the ( ha :r::u:i. ?'-'! 'iision. exple.'-scd appiejutmn ai.ii :.x;itittui ? to :!)-' i.uia-s v.i: i i fi :f : ' :'ii the sHri'e.':.vHll .stive: ,i; :s ;i ih.'it . Thr Joliov.iny re .s'tii- ol iii.-.-ipetiti'.i.s wire ar.no.in.e,:: B.i': :.! llie ? (iniiiii ei! by Mr. Suation1. ?.von by Mr. Wi i:-.-: cake aiui v.'ine idciwU'd by Mr. J:.e't: Walsh' won by' Mr. Kevin liltc-on; i'.am ulonat.'d i.-. Mr. Peive Cnleniaii' won hv Mr I'. CoiCman; dinner 'ilonated by Mr. Flynni. won by :.ir.s. Dr.sir.a'i. V.'a been. It was reriorteii that all - liients for a bull to be held at S ' inbiJlgal oil Anuitsi 23 were wil hand. This should be a very yoii ?? '? indeed. An excellent .'.ujjpcr is n.'.-ui. i! and tickets are gents. G . ladle: 4 Two ether inteie.stiiv; dances for M - ? O'Neill's candidature were annoiiia -? Tiicse will take place at the Town H ii'. Ccotainuiidra. on August u and ...
LOCAL & GENERAL COOTAMUNDRA CITIZENS' TOWN BAND [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 5 August 1946
LOCAL & GENERAL COOTAMt NDKA CITIZENS1 TOWN ISANU i The third monthly meeting of tlie Cootannuuira Citizens' Town Band since its rcfmmatii.u. was held yester day (Sunday) morning in tlie bnnd 100111. ' A lull representation ol committee men attended, with tlie president. Mr. P. Coleman, in the chair. The bandmaster. Mr. E. Gostelloe. re ported progress ? i the learners, all spare iiistninieui - now being utilised. The rommiltee are endeavoring to so- | cure uuMer uis rim.enis. as mere i» - till a wutiiii; ii.st nf potential bands- ' men. Tv.n tiojlnc.- one for attendance | ami one tut proiirieney, were donated, by the jjiv.-l.'ir.i aiai .secretary ijjr. H. St-licf johi ? 'j bi iMinprtt'd for d miii:; f tlie i urre'ii ; i-a: . ' I
PATERSON'S CURSE Declared Noxious at Gundagai [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 5 August 1946
PATERSON'S CURSE Declared Noxious at Gundagai Paterson's Curse, which, is present on a large portion of the Gund.ia.ii Shire, is to _ lie declared noj:ini:; throughout tho whol» or the area fev ered by the Gundagai. Holbuui:. Kyeamba, Illabo, Tumbaruniba, and Tumut Shires, and Juuee Municipal Council. This Is a recommendation from tho weeds conference held , at Giuida-.ii last Thursday. Those present at the conference were Mr. A. Pearson, weeds officer from the Department, of Agriculiuro: Mr. S. Rudkin, Senior Agricultural Instructor, of Wagga: Mr. j. w. t.iv lor, of the Local Government De partment; Mr. H. A. P.'.izet', project manager of tho si-u conservation's Research Station at Wagg.i; Mr. 71. n Peisley, Gundagai Pastures Prolcc. tion Board stock inspectcr. mid tiis following representatives of the various shiies: Gundagai: Cr.,A. C. chandler and Mr. McPhee (weed.-: inspector!. Holbrook: cr. j. r. Woadhouse, Mr R. A. Roberts (shire clerk i. and .vlr. K. J. McRac (weeds inKp«-ui...
OUR WAR MEMORIAL [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 5 August 1946
ou it w.vi: .mk.mouiai. I. ike most other towns, (tictamiindru lias hud Us arguments anil a diversity rf sill fun's sii.-.sjcstvd regarding the torn) its war memorial should take. In tlie meantime, believer, ail cner jjdic eommitlee lias been soinj; ahead witli the impr.rl.inl j-rti:'i ,s uf raising inr ineiii'y iiiiiiiii. i hi* i^uci'ii i 0111 lielitii.il has been i.ne revenue-raiser, ami it is araflually (hauins In its iieilt as far as public interest is eiinrcrned. tlie latest su^gi'slimi about the war memorial is Hint it tain- the lorm of .a combination of free public library and a youth ciu'j. It seems a spliiulid idea. What marc fitting tribute vou 1:1 lie paid to the men and women cf Ihis land who paiii the supreme sacrifice than that a line edi fice should be erected where the younger generation can foregather to enjoy ph.vscial reercatiuii cn the one hand, . anil cultural advancement on the other. With these worthy objects in view, a pub'lic meeting, called by llis Worship ...
BRITISH-AMERICAN STRUGGLE For Salvage of Prize Ship [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 5 August 1946
BRITISH-AMERICAN STRUGGLE For Salvage of Prize Ship NEW YORK, Monday; Moving a series of conflicting n p . which I revealed ? taiit strong rival:;. .Uivelc-.o-! cd at sea between Awum k- in an.1 British rescue- ship; ever ; i. .^.ilvn'4: of the 4,800,000 dollars j-::v American Farmer, the la'.ih- e:i-iee re ceived here shows that i! the ^lino-ton Brllish freighter, F.i^zu I-.;-t I i. Miecesci.s in reaching a British j, ; with -:ho disabled freighter, the ii:i,.;-. ae..ord ing to a British e.xprr; o;i l.iw. will, with her valtiabir - an; i, becom? British property. Tlio Kiizabeth and another US Prcighter. Ainerieiin Hunger. - fiijmec: in a dramatic sahaue race tifter ih' American Farmer Ij' i anie disable;! la it i Wodner/Iuy. v.'ticn sh.* eoUkltti v-'-.r.i another Aineriean jliip BOO miles f:um] Britian. j The crew abandoned the .sliip. bin when the El./.abeiii and the Ameri-.un Kci.ger reathi ti iii' reeiv: t!i fonti'l the American farmer stubb. afloat. While the cap: fir; of the A...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 5 August 1946
PROFESSIONAL J. & R. A. SPEIRS ' Optometrists ! ' AUSTRAL CHAMBERS MR. K. A. SI'EIKS, IM.O. Hon. (Syd.) CONSULTATIONS: Thursdays. 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. Fridays. 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Oflice open Monday to Saturday for adjustments and replacements. ?pitone. cootamundra 185, for ap pointments. 'Cootamundra Daily Herald' .MONDAY. AUGUST j. ID 10.
ICE CREAM Caused Typhoid Epidemic [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 5 August 1946
ICE CREAM Caused Typhoid Epidemic LONDON. Monday: lee cream war officially diagnosed as the source ol an epidemic of typhoid fever in the crowded seaside holiday town ol Aberystwyth. ;,ays the 'Daily Express.' I With fourteen new cases, 57 persons [rem ihce-.- years to 20 years old, arc at prr.sent in hospital. A cheek Jolanving the first six cases showed thai they all bought ice clean from a vendir who previously had typhoid.
NON-STOP FLIGHT ATTEMPT [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 5 August 1946
NON-STOP FLIGHT ATTEMPT WASHINGTON. Monday: All Arm Superfortress will leave Honeltilf shortly in an atlempt to record r 10,000-mile non-stop flight over thi Arctic to Cairo. The plane is the one that set the present non-stop rceord of 7920 mile from Guam to Washington last No vember. It will fly over Iceland, Eng land, and Italy, by-passing Russian territory.
QUEEN'S REPLY TO GREETINGS [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 5 August 1946
QUEEN'S REPLY TO GREETINGS CANBERRA. Monday: The Queer has replied to the birthday greeting sent her by the Governor-General, t'::' Duke of Gloucester, on behalf of tlr Government and people of Australia Iler Majesty said; 'Please convey t- the Government, and people of Aus tralia . my most grateful . . thanks Joi their message of greetings on the oc casion of my birthday.'