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STATE LOTTERY First to Mortdale [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 3 July 1946

STATE LOTTERY First to Mortdale SYDNEY, Wednesday: State lottery No. 1354 was drawn today. First prize was won by No. 5G728. 'H .and s' syndicate, Mrs. H. Chris tie. 21 Walker street, Mortdale. Second. No. 2G2G9. '57' .syndicate. Bob Nash, care 57 William street. Syd ney. Third. No. 7508G, 'Lady Luck' syn dicate. Mrs. M. Frost, Mrs. W. Driver. I Mrs. D. Crcary, 11 Keating suv?:. Lidcombe. Fourth, No. 34043. 'P E G S' syndi cate, A. A. Harding, 11 Suttie read. Edgecliffe. 10 PRIZES AT ElOO 12037 12081 21250 2493G 36705 47524 56123 587G4 K9310 99348 10 l'RI/ES AT £fi0 6541 33082 4071G G5503 60584 76742 78271 80G27 854G5 93440 10 PRIZES AT £10 16401 24983 27769 322 l'J 50154 54281 54641 77206 77489 H52G9 10 PRIZES AT £30 2257 15083 36835 40608 4G213 49740 59154 65283 67923 77l)25 15 PRIZES: AT £20 1319 10977 11385 24585 39393 43122 ? 44971 '50G16 55878 56G89 85815 87006 ,87809 90648 9236'i Lottery No. 1355 will be drawn rn Friday.

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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SIAM KING Was Murdered [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 3 July 1946

SIAM KING ? Was. Murdered BAN.GKOK,. Wednesday:. Twelva ol twenty physicians who .: 'conducted a post-mortem on King Ananda re pert - '-'(I that murder was tile most likely explanation of the King's sudden death, says a Siamese police com munique. Dr. Cliook Sliotikashien. prominent physician, said it was 'absolutely mur der.'

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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THREAT OF CHAOS FOR BRISBANE [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 3 July 1946

I THREAT OF iHAOS FOR BRISBANE As a result of pie lailure of the conference called' by the Preniiur, and' attended by meat1 industry employers | and union representatives, Brisbane' is faced with chaos in industry and; Hie breaking up [of transport facili ties. j Present coal stdeks may not. last longer than the ! week-end. when trams and trains* will probably cease operating. : More industrial,; plants shut down yesterday, and most of Brisbane's larger shojjs havei closed. Unemployment figures are nearin; the 100.000 mark. The secret ballot of meat worker.':, ordered by the Gbverninent. will not be completed until: July in. Ballot Awaited BRISBANE. Wednesday: D. spite the dangerously low level ol coal stocks in Queensland and the pre.-wmt prospect of new and more crxstic lestriction:;. the State Government is ' not expected to take any fun he.- ac tion to settle the', meat and coal ?strikes until results or the ballot by the striking mcati'.'workers arj com plete. j

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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OVERSEAS NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 3 July 1946

OVERSEAS NEWS Overseas news in this newspaper h supplied by Australian Associated I Press. Sources include in England The I Times, Daily Telegraph, Daily Mail. Daily Herald. Daily Express, Maneiiesl- ! er Guardian. Renter's World Service. j Associated Press of Great Britain. and Exchange Telegraph Agency: .nidi in America, the New York Timcv Herald-Tribune, Associated Press, and. the North American Newspaper Alli ance. Matter from the London Times does not express that news paper's view unless so stated.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 3 July 1946

TO LOC.AL AND CITY' ADVERTISERS ( Established in ! 877 1 ' ' Is the Only Newspaper in the 'Corrvng City' of Cootamun dra — the largest town in the Stats Electorate of Temora. It is the news and advertising medium for the surround ing centres of Wallendbeen, Stockinbingal, Bethungra, and Muttama, all within a rad'us of 12 to 15 miles, and circulates over a wide range of rich country between Cootamundra and the surrounding towns of Murrumburroh-Harden (-25 miles away), Gundagai (37), Junee !36), Temor.a (34), and Young (32) . Cootamundra is almost the half-way rail 'centre, between Sydney; and Melbourne, with 'branches oh hoth si&es — a four way centrepot with o network of railways unsurpassed by any provincial portion of the Commonwealth. Town industries include Flour tM!li, Rice Mill, Soapworks, .Timber. Yards, Butter' 'and Bacon Factory, Clothing Factory. District: Extensive Piggery, 25-ucre.Saleyards and Rest ing Paddocks. t Primary Production: Wool, Wheat, Meat, Dairying,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 3 July 1946

H j, -? _ 2 1 I SERVICE AID FRIENDLY 1 CO-OPERATIOH e&o Count/ S°n X JJ;ic!gcry have enjoyed thc V. confidence of wool-growers for over fifty years. Kcgwrding our clients as friends, we have provided special facilities for their comfort nnd convcniciicc., Illusir.iicd is a comer of thc Palm Court in our Head Office, Sydney, v/here our executives meet clients from all over the for each one of whom efficient servicc is maintained on the b.ish of personal interest nnd attention. g|||^ PITT. SON AND BA9&ERY LTD. '* rjllvili j- j'i. Auctioneer*, Su-. L crnJ .Station /fitrnti. SIB CHAMBERS OFTIiE. ANNOUNCES THAT HE HAS JUST INSTALLED A NEW REB0RING AND SLEEVIKC WORK CAN NOW BE CARRIED OUT IN A MATTER OF DAYS AS AGAINST WEEKS. THE MODERN GARAGE N.R.M.A. Representative Wallrniloon and Sullon Streets 'PHONE: 214

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GREYHOUND RACING MEETING NEXT SATURDAY AFTERNOON [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 3 July 1946

GREYHOUND RACING MEETING NEXT SATURDAY AFTERNOON Nominations for the Cootamundra Coursing Club's meeting on Fisher Park on Saturday afternoon close today. The nominations will appear in our tomorrow afternoon's issue.

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SPORTING WAGGA RACE RESULTS IMTROLLER WINS FLYING [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 3 July 1946

[?] WAGGA RACE RESULTS IWrnOLLER WINS FLYING The Lcwisliam Hospital' Racc Club's meeting was held today in showery weather. Results; MAIDEN PLATE, 5 furs. Jack's Last (R. Cann), 8.11 ? 1 Re Echo i Mr. F. Burti. 8.11 .... 2 Only starters. Won by 31 lengths. Time, 1.4. FIRST RESTRICTED, 7 furs. Stalrcil iR. Carter), 7.7 ? 1 Kcnastro -J. Heagerty). 8.0 ? 2 Ciyde i Mr. F. Burt), 10.4 ? 3 2i length; a length. Time, 1.31. FLYING HANDICAP, G furs. Patroller i G. Stephens), 8.5 ? 1 Fiiotls iM. Gray). 7.8 ? 2 Bronze Mark i'A. Buckley I. 7.9. .. 3 Head; 2 lengths. Time, 1.10 4-5.

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RECORD RIDE AROUND AUSTRALIA PER PUSH BIKE NIGH 50 YEARS AGO (NO. 3.) COCKFIGHTING AT CHARTERS TOWERS [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 3 July 1946

REM IDE PER PUSH BIKE NIGH 59 YEARS AGO (By Donald Mackay, C.B.E.) (NO. 3.) ! COCKFIGHTING AT CHARTERS j TOWUKS After cuKiiVv our time books sisnoil at the G.P.O. we located Ry ley's Ho tel. The proprietor, lllie most of our escort — and. in fact, the whole com munity— beiny a .sport, we .soon rea lised that a i;ood lime was ahead. Af tea we had a loci: round, and sot an invitation to a smoke concert to the Mount Morgan fuctballets. who had come to play the local team. | At B we were enjoying the function, the drink and the eatables bi n' : Al.. the speeches middling to ;'.:iif. but the stilling— i'. would have been a en'- 1 dit to any metropolitan tali p.:. The worst fentiirt- i;f the :,hinv was when each o( its had to it: pond to tiie drink ing of cur healths and suece!-.- of our trip. However, aided bv the ne'-ar of 1 th? gods, we rtnMsered t h to i Mj:ne hov.-. Before i\oing u- bui '.u' an invitation to a cock:.;!;: n-xt morn ing. and. not having obi. reiv'ilv accepted. About 12...

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COOTAMUNDRA RAINFALL, 1898—1946 [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 3 July 1946

COOTAMUNDRA RAINFALL, 1898—1946 TIM) following 1b the ruiiitall lor (Jootauiiindia from IS'JS: — Year. Jan. Fulj. ilar. Apr. May Jne. ,ily. Aug. Spt. (jv.l Nov. U6c. Teal *#98 . 8#- 188 S2 31 i)l» 175 ]7t; 4:: 2«jS 54 87 16ft 1899 S9 141 ti!) 239 UB 39.1 Iu5 2:'iU 9 183 241 22 1SU' 1900 .171.; 30' 289 3ti4 3Io 32ft- 3U5' J2IS 232 1(1 1S5 176 2644 190,1, ., ISO . 0 ? 302 268 114 220 l.ss 277 171 44U luS 21 231)6 1902 . 62 , 30 . 256 Ik IS 151 11U' 5S 127 156 61 366 1416 1903 ;-118 4 321 407 171 206 339 67 34 j 22V 53 163 2IS4 1904' 304 . .202 3 91 217 15.1 377 97 49 310 12S 159 20SD ^90f- 10& ' 43 !27 . 429 167 44-1 33.'1 S3 146 315 , 7 90 21S3 1906. ;',10 32 612 ! 248 311 333 I2S m/JSlS '180.-209 224 3259 19U7:.. 145 9 .55 170 US. 301 H( . 168 '122 1!-S 201 312 1S95 1908 113 15i 21 1-2 10C 367 i(jj 156 384 97 S5 7S 1S32 1909 102 .*32 3U 292 228. 431 l-i,l 396 113 113 24 5S 2464 -810 469 0 220 77 143 3N6 275 113 4«S 214 :149 228 2SSo 1911 366 339 1SS V 445 292 4S 370 lc iSj. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 3 July 1946

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TEMORA [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 3 July 1946

[?] W LVUtt WcfcieW. W.UV ;;i .???»- w. t4i» VttjMCtofcttw. i V:!-: \),v. Ip'.v. ^ Ii/wlw;.. ^i li CtA/t;i:i)U()i;i'i ?vviui,. 'i, I'M' tiirt .. '.fn, itvm lllilt; IjM'-.tt. '!,r. .»;i ;r,.- -ihus i» 1. -../.(li, l).tJl! '.1a)1hii,( ,-- thf.ui,: '.*(», 1 'j!),. Mwutm ?;-. :ii.; iji, ;Ml *i... ?wmh I),i)i, wiitqh ?.„«.- terson, of Leeton, Miss Elva Weckert, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Woekert, Mimosa road, was entertain ed tit a social .evening in the Parish Hall. | A beautiful softly shirred moulded gown of silk trimmed cloque was worn by Sylvia Myrtle Bennett, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Ben nett, Temora, for her marriage with Cecil Paul Sutton, youngest son of the late Mr. Charles Sutton and Mrs. Sut ton, at St. Andrew's, Temora. Rev. H. McDonald officiated, and the bride was given away by her uncle, Mr. T. Msicauley. Miss Blanche Pellow. cousin of the bride, was bridesmaid. Mr. Jack Sutton, of Ashelford street. Temora, brother of the bridegroom, was best man. The chur...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 3 July 1946

I ? ? ? IN MEMORIAM | JARVIS. — In loving memory cf my dear husband, who passed away on July 2, 193.5. - Gone, but not forgotten, Nor will be ever be; As long as life and memory lasts. I will remember thee. — Inserted by his fond wife. Anne. ? ENGAGEMENTS HENNESSEY-CROWE: The en gagement is announced of Gwendo line May. second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Crow:. 85 Adams street. Cootamundra. and Stanley, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Her.nessy. 48 John street, Lideombe. CROWE-SHEAVES: The engage ment is announced c: Audrey Laura, j second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sheaves. 78 Edenhoir.'.e . ror.d, Abbots- ! ford, and Trevor Henry, second son1 of Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Crowe. 85 Adams street. Cootamundra.

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CHURCH NOTICES CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 3 July 1946

CHURCH NOTICES CHURCH OF ENGLAND Thursday. July 4: Women's Guild. 3 Friday. July 5: Choir Practice 7.15: Young Anglican Meeting. 8. Talk I,'. Rev. W. K. Chamberlain. 'Lilc in. England Today.' Members ol collar-- 1 gation invited to attend. | Sunday. July 7. 3rd Sunday after j Trinity: Christ Church C. Holy com munion; 7.30, Evensong. Biuiuiigra 9.30, Holy Communion: Dudaitma:i ;i Evensong. Rev. A. W. Haras. Rector PRESBYTERIAN j Wednesday. July 3: Girls' physical Culture. j Friday. July Choir Practice, Sunday. July 7- Scots Church. 11. Mr. C. J. Raff: 7 31). Stockiubm^al 11 and Milt la 111:1 3. He v. Haloid Per- . kir.s, minister. METHODIST I Wednesday. July 3: Meeting of CE Society 7.30 p.m. Friday. July 5: Choir Practice. 7.3') Boys' Meeting re possibility of form- 1 Ing Junior Order of Knights' Court or some other boys' society. 8 p.m. Sunday. July 7: Coctanumdra 11 Mr. A. Cunningham: 7.30. Rev. R. J Cashin; Wallendbeen 11 and Nubba 3 Rev. R. J. Cashin. Cootamundra Methodist Chur...

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WHAT'S ON? (As Advertised in This Issue.) [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 3 July 1946

WHAT'S ON? (As Advertised in This Issue.) Thurs.. July 4: Boxing, Cootamundra Town Hall, at 8. Fri.. July 5: Annual meeting Railway Institute Tennis Clua. Sat., July G: Greyhound Racing 011 Fisher Park, at 2.30. Tliurs., July 25: Donee in thc Town Hall for the Commerce Queen (Miss O'Neil).

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YOUNG [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 3 July 1946

YOUNG Young's nth annual poultry show attracted the record number of 487 entries. However, as the pavilion could only accommodate 407. 80 had t-- be returned to their respective own- 1 crs. Most successful exhibitor was Mr.l Harry Bourke, of Moppity road, lie had 33 entries. Mrs. M. J. Keurins. of 'Temple- more.' Murringo, had one of her legs fractured in a simple fall down a couple of steps at the rear of her home, she is in the Sacred Heart Hospital. Mr. Andrew Jeffrey, father of Con stable Keith Jelfrey. of Young died at the residence of his daughter at Lideombe. aged 74. The Red Cress sent a letter of con gratulations to Mrs. E. Burrows, sen.. 011 the celebration of her 90th birth day. A well deserved 'pat on the back' Is given the local branch of the Volun tary Aid Detachment in a letter which the Commandant 'Mrs. Hector Mc Farlanei has received from Lt./ Col. S. G. Nelson, State Controller .of V.A.D.'s in N.S.W. Footballers at Young were fortunate during the past few weeks to ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 3 July 1946

| ' ? SMAI.I, ADVTS.— Wanted, Pound J Lost. To-Let, For Sale, etc — are Cd] per line per issue »6 words to a line), with a minimum charge of ' 5. ' WANTED, Cottage, Flat, or Rooms, accomodate two. Apply this office. ? : ? : — — ? : ? WANTED, Lad. willing to learn Cabinet-making. Apply Fuller and Williams. 123-125 Parker Street. : Cootamundra. j WANTED, Whistle#. suitable ioi newspaper delivery toys. Apply 'Tiie Cootamundra Daily Herald' ait:*;. j WANTED. Bov. 15-l.v for s-Vd mixed farm. Apply Mr. D. McKeuii:?. Hoye wood Farm. Box 49 Bowrul. REAL bargain ! 5-valv? dual-w-.iv-; Electric Radio, swaiu.ih.il :o. phone 423. RAY CROWE. Parker SI GET your Lounge Suite and Bed'Jnm etc., renovated at LBS. POTl'lT'S. ?32 Parker Sirt*t. SHOP WITH OUK ADVERTISERS ANL- mention what you saw ADVERTISED in this Newspaper. WAN M:i) r .... . :i-.ablc for Canary brecdu.g this office. j ALWAYS -:.,cks of Wet and ' Dry Radio lotteries at RAY ! CROWE o. p\v.r.v !2.1. i SITKINS I'TY.. LTD.. Sydney, buy Pla...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 3 July 1946

THURSDAY JULY \ 8 PI : ' ' J ^ ? IN AID OF SACRED HEART HOSPITAL) COOTAMUNDRA TOWN HALL SEE YOUR LOCAL CHAMPS. IN ACTION ! A FAST AND FURIOUS NIGHT OF ENTERTAINMENT A BATROS. Hun. Organiser .1 l;::y.-..\'r. Hon. Secretary. SATURDAY AFTERNOON NEXT GREYHOUND RACMG ON FISHEP. PAP.K FIRST RACE 2.:i'.' PY.. s HAIR. Secretary.

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GUNDAGAI [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 3 July 1946

GIJNDAGAI Gundagai's oldest identity. Mr. John Kelhone, was discharged from hos pital on Wednesday, where he had been under treatment for an attack of ptomaine |y-isoning. His sister. Mrs. Newman, and niece, Mrs. McLean, came from Junee by car to see him. and he was wrll enough to enable tho visitors to return home on Friday. I Mr. L. M. Boyton. a patient in Rand- 1 wick Military Hospital for a couple of months. is home again. His arm yielded well to treatment. On his 1 way home he proceeded to Wagga lo ?see his father, whose health has no: been good recently. | At auction a weatherboard cottage i and four acres of land, owned by Mis.' B. Mtiut. of Goulburn, fell to Mr. An-' derson, of Sydney, who intends mak-j ing his home in Gundagai. The Department of Agriculture has! advised the Gundagai P.P. Board j that the following have been appoint ed permit oIBcers. Messrs. A. J.j Holmes iTumuti. B. J. Thompson, c f | 'Ellcr;:l!e' lAdelongi. and N. Houu gan i Bu'lov.i. Gundagai |-eople are...

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OUR NEIGHBORS MURRUMBURRAH-HARDEN [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 3 July 1946

OUR 11GBRS MURRUMBURRAII-IIARDEN A local committee has been forme:! to organise Technical College cour.ics in woclclasslng, farm mechanics. other technical subjects for the Mir-1 nunburrah-Hardcii district. Mrs. Yates is an inmate of the In:.--) ' Dital. At last monthly meeting of Dt»i:i;-, drllle Shire Council Mr. j. ,m-.. r^i (shire clerk) reported on th;. .v,ep/fl., far taken in regard to a wc...Gr .su j -ly for , Aurvill, Kingsvale, Primeval;'' Wombat, Jugiong, ar.d Oabiiu. the'is- timated cost of which would be be tween £20,000 and 130,000, Council wis in possession of estimates n011, thc. Department 0f Public Works for ! l-'-y cf water to the respective areas. I c°hs»l''rable interest was evinced in ' ie wedding of ghirley June Flower t.- Cliliwd Rowland .''Bill') Davison, , |n Si. Andrew's, Coolamon. The 'oride | the elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. Flower, of the Commercial Bank, C-'fulamon; thc bridegroom, elder son Mr. and Mrs. Rowley B. Davison, 'i 'Stepney,' Murrmnburia...

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