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WOOL MARKET Now Free From Control [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 5 August 1946

WOOL MARKET No v/ Free From Control I A Canberra report states n,ot renu Ialions rc(|i-irin» owners ur liuUicrs to submit ail wool and wool-!r,ps f,„. ;l|,_ praiscinent were lifted on Tiiursd.iy. I ins Ir.llovvcct the (.'.'{jiiiaiinit of the .'tyreemeni uncItT which Britain ac quired the whole of the Australian wooblip m a ' flat rate price ap. praisenient. Tile Mini'ter for Commerce ijjr Scnilyi said that the repeal of these regulations would free the market from wartime control, which operated since September. 1039. and the open market would be resumed in September at the principal selling centres throughout Australia.

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CAR CRASHES AT COOTAMUNDRA [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 5 August 1946

CAR CRASHES AT COOTAMUNDRA A member of tlie Gibsonvale Mailer Cup team ^vas the driver of a motor vehicle which turned completely over on the corner of Crown and Temora streets. Cootamundrj. on Friday even in;j. He was Laurie Youi:-;. .imj loi have two stitches inserted in ?, wound \ over the eye. I Leu 11 i ii'. s . a Gibsi.nvale supporter, t had to also have two .-.melius inserted ' in a nose wound. j Two Other supporter*. Peter Birks atiit Vitici.' Curtin. es'.-apul injury, al- ' though lilt? car was bad y wrecked. t A! the Coctanutndia P:,|ice Court on Saturday, before Mr. 1;. u. Hard- 1 wi;!ie. P.M., Young pli-ac.,) K„n.y to' driving a ear while tunic.- the influ- i '?lie;; of laiuor. and was iir. m| ijo. j

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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OBITUARY MR. FREDERICK FRANCIS COLE [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 5 August 1946

OBITUARY MU. ITJIDEltICK FRANCIS COI.E Tlie death occurred suddenly on Sat urday morning, at the home of his daughter, of ti»! above highiycstcem cd resident of Cootamundra, at tlie age oi HI. Deceased, a carpenter by trade, was ' '.(?'in at Glenrowan iViej, being the youngest son of the late Mr. and Mrs. C. Cole, the family later moving to Viuico. On the death of his father, deceased vent i0 Junee, where his inuher was licensee of the Locomotive, Cummei einl. and Royal hotels. He was married in 11194 to Miss Catherine Mo.jre. at Junee Reefs, 'aiiglitci- ol the late John Moore, of Jin ice. Alter his marriage, deceased won to Tuimit. where he resided for 10 years before coming to Cootamun dra in 1317. Besides his sorrowing wife, deceased is survived by three daughters, Mary 'Mis. S. Wads-.vurth), Gladys (Mrs. J. Murray i. iii.il i-.i.ilu.riue, all of Coula mundra. One blether. George, of Nurandera, ?'-tli liv...,.;, i -jur brothers and three ..Skiers DieiiiccasiM him. Their lire i , ...

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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CRUMBS [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 5 August 1946

CRUMBS Town Council meeting tonight. Cootamundra experienced perfect weather this morning after a frost. Four people were killed and 10 in jured in N.S.W. at the week-end. Thousands of illegal Jewish immi grants are reaching Palestine in ships. Cootamundra schoolboy footballers did very well at the big Jtmec carni val on Saturday. Congratulations! There was a notable absence of ser ious crime in Sydney during the week end. 1 Tile secretnrv of the Miners Federn-I tion .says miners are being impressed I wiih the need to avoid irresponsible J stoppages. Fran): Lawson, aged about 27, of Baixo. was shot in the legs at Bargo. on Sunday night. He disappeared after treatment by a local doctor. Men's double texture canvas tennis slices arc available at The Comfort Shoe Store. These shoes are the best offering since pro-war days. Tli.-1 fixed price Is It), pair. At the moment ail fixes are available. Gel your pair now. and save disappointment. Mc-'-is. Hi Hard and Crooks announce that they ar...

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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CORRESPONDENCE (To the Editor.) HUME ELECTION FIGURES IN 1945 WHAT WAS MR. FULLER'S MAJORITY [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 5 August 1946

CORRESPONDENCE (To the Editor.) HUME ELECTION FIGURES IN 1915: WHAT WAS MR. FULLER'S MAJORITY Sir: Mr. Fuller is saHl to have wan Hume by 6593 votes. The following figures, which are official, do not sup port that contention: First count (No. 1 or primary votes): Collins, 19,629; Fuller, 25.420; Law rence, 4G67; McLood. 1143; Necld. 40G: total, 51,265. At that stage Mr. Fuller was 425 be hind his four opponents. Therefore. Mess;-:. Neelds and McLeod wore elimii.; .ed, and their second prefer ences ci itributed with this result: Collins. 19,872; Fuller. 25.365; Law rence, 5028: total. 51.2G5. j This gave Mr. Fuller a majority of 1405 over his remaining opponents, j and counting then ceased. At that stage Mr. Fuller was G4P3 ahead of Mi'.! Collins, and allowing for a clerical er-j ror of 100. would make the total by. Which it is claimed Mr. Fuller won.1 This would, of course, totally ignore' j the 5028 votes still standing to Mr.; Lawrence. Incidentally, it would seem wise to amend tl...

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 5 August 1946

Secretaries of local commit tees supplying 'copy' for this jour hal are asked to have it In the oi 's t'arlv possible on the days pi ttu to publication. ADVKItt tSERs are in gently request- j cd to lodge their 'copy' early i before 1 o clock o:i the day preceding publi cation, when it is convenient to do so.

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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WHAT SHAPE WILL IT TAKE? [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 6 August 1946

WHAT SHAPE WILL IT TAKE ? Tonight the citizens of Coolainun dra are asked to attend a public meet ing to dccide what shape the memorial to be built to perpetuate the memory of tiie town and district's exScrvico mcn will take. It will be decided by John Citizen only, from ills many walks and sta tions in life. But. remember, you subscribed the funds that will make it possible. Oh. yes. we know thai various hard working and public-i-pirited citizens have raised large sums; wc know that the local Municipal Council will be also helping to a considerable extent; but. of course, we realise that you Jchn Citizen, subscribed to all these things. You have paid in the shape of the many tunctions that you pat ronised; you will pay in tiie shape ol rates any help that the council will give. Now. after considering nil the facts, arc you coining to the meeting? Because, if you arc not, then for ever hold your peace.

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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OBITUARY MR. MICHAEL MAHER, OF COOLAC [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 6 August 1946

OBITUARY I MR. MICHAEL MAIIEK, OF COOI.AC The death occurred yesterday after noon nt 2.30, of Mr. Michael Mailer, who was in his late forties. Deceased -was 50, and was the son of tiie late' Mr. M. Maher. of 'Harvey Park,' Coolac. Nine years ago he married Miss Agnes McManus. of Coolac. and is sur vived by ills sorrowing widow. The funeral will leave the Catholic Church, Coolac, to-morrow, nt 11 o'clock for the Coolac cemetery.

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 6 August 1946

PERSONAL Mrs. Dan Ryan, of 'Ellamatta,' Go bru-ralong. who recently underwent a .serious operation in a Sydney private Hospital, is now repqrted as being v.vil on the roac! to complete recovery. Jugioii^'s popular Jimmy Sheahan was feted at lib home last Thursday even:!-' Thi reason for the' celebra- tion v.as Jimmy's . 21st birthday. A family party marked the occasion of Jim's re- pi ion of the key of the door. Mr. ami Mrs. Earl Faton, of Mut tama, celebrated tlielr silver wedding anniversary Inst wwk. To honor the. jtlbilarian:; a party was held at their home, and it. was, a grand affair, es pecially the musical i'.'cms, which were rendered by Mrs. Sid Briggs. Betty Jackion, Marie Paten, and Barbara Hanlon. At suppjr b?.si wishej and congratulation;, were bestow. d 011 Mr. and Mrs. Paton. and 1I12 wish expres s'.'t't for long years of happiness ahead. Pauline Attwocd. who during the; v:nr years took 011 banking, is now home again at Bttrra. When she land ed home last Friday ska wa...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 6 August 1946

Tiie former State A.D.C. to the Gov ernor-General i.the Duke of Glouces ter). Colonel John Morphea Irwin. 52. was found shot dead in his bedroom on his pastoral property: Mount Barker, yesterday. When he did not respond to a call for lunch. Irwin was found 011 the bed in his pyjamas with a bullet wound in the head. He served with dis tinction. winning the D.S.O. in World War I., and was in command of n gar rison battalion in the recent war. He was A.D.C. to 'the Governor-General early this year.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 6 August 1946

warn \ ANNOUNCE THEIR | Ml i THURSDAY, AUGUST 8 GOOD NEWS! WE HAVE ALL ELASTIC STEP-INS AT 17 11 EACH AND 4 COUPONS.

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CRUMBS [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 6 August 1946

CRUMBS Mote than 7000 skilled buildini? tradesmen are needed at once by N.S.W. employers. The public meeting last night to dis cuss the subject. 'Religion in the Schools.' lasted until midnight. The report is unavoidably held over. The Catholic ball tomorrow night. r-,.„..,.ninifnn nt debutantes at 9 o'clock. Photographer, orchestra, sit-down poul try supper. Good time assured. The Liberal Party is arranging t.o charter a plane for Mr. Menzies' elec tion campaign in N.S.W. country dis tricts. Britain lias begun to spend part of the 300-million-dol!ar first instalment of tiie 3.750-milliou loan from U.S.A.. but only limited purchases have so lar been made. The Tcmora Municipal Council will olfrr tiie bowling club an area of land adjoining Callaghan Park for an ad ditional green. When this is built the club will have two full-size and one six-rink green. ' Ch',:!; t :a towels far 3 and two coupons is splendid value. These kfcnlv-niired goads ar: selling nt Bnu! rlins. where eveiyihing...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 6 August 1946

YES! ? MEAGHER'S HAVE THE RADIO THAT SERVES YOU BEST AH RAMOLA . .. ?- j-* For operation from A.C. electric power supply RADIOLETTE 500 M Moulded cabinet in Ivory cr Walnut Keenly price-J at ' mu Also for. operation from A.C. 509 M Vi i : Moulded Walnut Cabinet ;h 5 valv.es PRICED AT For vibrator operation from 4- volt accumulator battery only. 503 M TIMBER CABINET Designed for special conveni ence of residents in districts where electric power supply . is not available. ? THIS RADIOLETTE ' DRAINS ITS POWER FROM A 4-VOLT ACCUMULATOR BATTERY. ? NO OTHER BATTERIES REQUIRED. , Priced at TO REMEMBER FOR SERVICE JOHN MEAGHER & CO., PTY., LTD. ???BaiBBBiaERIBIRDBI EASIER J when you're fit S,M ' hMl Strenuous effort demands l^! ' /fisgjr follow a balanced dice ^ and careful mastication. Arnott's Shredded Wheatmenl Biscuits invite slow .mastication while ' J&t they supply a perfect bal ance of nutrition and Qrr\o4^m SHREDDED 14 WHEATMEAL gSSk BISCUITS She's so happy now ??O,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 6 August 1946

For polds in the Head j Woods' Great Peppermint Cure

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 6 August 1946

For Chest Colds take | Woods' Great1 Peppermint Cure i ? ? i

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THEY ALL PAID CUT! [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 6 August 1946

THEY ALL PAID i GUT ! I i At :he mreting of the Cootamtuv.lra Municipal Council last niqht a letter w;s received from tlj? Ladies' Auxiliary cf the Anti-r.B. Campu;'_.n| cuinmitt:c. asking frr a rebate on; rem for th? Town Kail. j The lett:r stated tha'.. as a recent function, organised by til.: ::om:nitice, hi; ;| not came up to expectati-ms, ana! or..y carried on for a short time, i'. Wv.uicl fca appreciated i; the council cci-!.i see i'.s way char to give the committee a l'E'cate. The town clerk stavii thai the only thing ccuneil. could n-.- \v:)Uld be lo ic I'ur.d half the amoui.:. i!;. .said tha'. it a function did not run bvynwl a certain time. th:n !:all tiie reu a! could be rtceivctl. i Aid. C'onkey: As the function was being conducted on behalf of citizens, for the town's benefit, then I sujmr.a that wa all subscribe and make up the balance. This was done. J

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MAJORITY QUESTION Molotov Opposes Amendment [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 6 August 1946

MAJORITY QUESTION Molotov Opposes Amendment PARIS. Tuesday: Dtirim; the Ru.c-1 Committee discussions M. Molotov (ji-' posed the amendment of the proposal' two-thirds majority rule. He '.ie- lur ed that Britain had taken up an at titude at variance with the one she had adopted at the Council of Foreign Ministers. M. Molotov then presented a com promise in the form of an amendment — that all recommendations from th? conference to the Ely Four .'hould be J by a two-thirds majoriiv. but that! ether suggestions from the delegations' should be submitted to the fjn; Fotiri as coming from the dt i;idivi;'ui- 1 nlly. I M. Molotov claimed that the objoo- ? live of the majoritv (|iie.s.'i:-:i was io' ensur? a majority for the Aii^ln- 1 Majority blue. Replying to this -laiuti Dr. Evatt said, 'f hnpe no i.ih- will b-- | l.eve that W:* bfeii i!i.)tivaled Ly a desire t.i retire :ui ' i '.muT.! . whereby w ? ( inlliet our wills on tllLS COIlt 'l i . The R'.iie^ c Mmniuc.' of the Paris Collier; n- ?...

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SUPPLY OF SULPHATE OF AMMONLA [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 6 August 1946

SLTI'I.Y OF SULPHATE t)f I AMMONIA j In future. UrtilUr mamilacturc.sj and distributors will be rooiuisible lor equitable distribution :-.n.oi'- their clients of available siippii;'.s of sulphate cf ammonia and ol mixed [i'rtili.st;r.s containing this nitrogenous fertiliser. Annoimein-4 this modification of the method cf distributing sulphate of am monia. and o! mixed fertilisers con taining sulphate of ammonia, the Min ister for Agriculture. Mr. Graham, said that his department no longer required individual growers to, submit completed application forms to their retail sup pliers when making purchases. The system under which certain crops received priority for supplies of sulphate n: ammonia would no longer be continued, and each distributor would be respoi.stble lor apportioning his supply of sulphate of ammonia lor | the year ending June 30. 1947. between j a.i producers of food crops. The Do- j partment ol' Agriculture would ensure! that distributors received their quotas j from...

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HISTORIC JEWISH PILGRIMAGE Stopped by the British [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 6 August 1946

HISTORIC JEWISH PILGRIMAGE Stopped by the British] JERUSALEM. Tuesday; The British curlew, imposed on Palestine after the) King Davjjl Hotel outrage, .for, the first., time in living memory prevented the .mass pilgrimage of Jews, to the historic 'Wailing Wall.' . British authorities turned down an appeal by the Jewish community to ?Kft tlip curfew lor t'nc 1876th anni verr-ary of the observance of 'the eve. ;f the ninth of A.B.' which is the] fifth mcnth in the Jewish year, and he anniversary of ths destruction of hi; lempb by the Roman Emiu'wv Thus, of wlii'.'h the Wailing Wall is the only remaining part. A secret Jewish radio. 'The Voice r.f Israel,' awertod that British troop reinforcements are at present centring in the Haifa area. The radio threaten :i -country-wide action, backed by the entire Jewish ccmmunitv.' if 2000 :m migrants aboard the ships at Haifa are not psrmitted to disembark. Printed and published by William Henry Pinkstone, of 157 Wailendooi; I street. Cootamnndr...

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LOCAL & GENERAL THE CATHOLIC BALL [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 6 August 1946

LOCAL & GENERAL1; THE CATHOLIC KALI. ' T ladies in charge -Ji the catcrm:' fcr tli.- catliclic ball tomorrow nh!t! . arc ve: y pleas'd with the res-puns'1 In tiji-l:- appeal for donaiin' - romui:' ? ill from all-ivmul. They v M: t'' express their thanks to all A *l!' i did :i!.d varied supper is ' ' The reception of debut:n-' ? p.m. sharp, will bo the n;:;.-' feature of the programme. The Tcmora Medians' O:- '-? - '? will guarantee high-class inn-:' an.i tl'. r flcor. with Mr. T. Hern:!'- M ' will be in splendid order. A gcod nl;;i it i:s a certainty f-ir and tiie committee look forward '?- 1 big success. Don't forget the jir. the following ni'tht.

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