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RECORD RIDE AROUND AUSTRALIA PER PUSH BIKE NIGH 50 YEARS AGO (No 25) [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 6 August 1946
BECOME AROUND AUSTRALIA PER PUSH BIKE | NIGH 50 YEARS AGO (By Donald Mackay, C.B.E.) ? Kit '.''5 ' ('let t III;: .1 sl.nl les' 'lay i.lanuar.'.V Mi al :-. w.' t '?? ?'- '--' creek:., ? In I'J miles lie- i ''.id blanched. 'I'al:- . Ill)- the i/'.hl ? b.i.i.l it iieine, Ihe lliosl used. «e I otii tv.c. I il tolll mile... and toiind liie l« ? 1 1 -hand part coniili'-; ^ III. So wc dci ided t' i'.n hack on it.j Wc r.tic.—ed it ? ? be ihe Hack either to water if I-.''Ialoi Station. ilton laloo ine.uis. Ul the alack:, lani'.uae.e, 'Uiinnln- Watel.' i.s al Ibis place Ihe, Ashbliisiin liner i.s never diy.i. Cnm Inu lo Hie lop ol a : inn II lidl'.e. liieie below i:.s was til'- stati'.u, lint nieriiy a hut. bem:: only an i. iil-station o! Mackay, 'iiie maiiai'.ei. Mr. Youn,:. ('.live us a i;cod l ere,)! -.oil We soon emptleil all his waler bans: also hall Ihe contents ol a spall- bucket hand* I luutid Mr. Yoiiiik was lioin NSW havhi;! been on llic adjounn.: siat.'ti to my riilhcr'.s tor some ...
INTER-CHURCHMEN'S GROUP MOOTED Christian Social Order Movement [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 6 August 1946
INTER-CHURCHMEN'S f GROUP MOOTED 1 Christian Social Order Movement Al the Put'lsli Hull 'II Saturday In: I :i Kinolly tiutnlii r ul men ol Christ Church Coiutlruii! Jill. jmneil liy the Itectoi ul Youm: .mil ??'?tiinl carload.. I it mi la. iiiiiLsli. mill p.utic,. hum the I'l't'sltt tci i;in jiut Met hudtsl Churches, met loi ti'.i to welcome and li'*.'ir liec. W. ('? t'lmi.hl.in IIA. Direclor ol llic Christum Sn. Ui onicr Movement with Jfi the Chiii'h el Kneiaiul liev. Arn old Hun i: U- ? t. : ol i Mi: isl Church, presided. After nil excellent ten arranged by llic luetics ol Christ ('liiir.il nnd mu sical Items by Mr ' i s Flank Dickson unci Torn Ann' troiii'.. Mi Cour.hi.in ad dressed the gnlhciuii; tor a Utile over itn hour (ill the need tor ;i Christian Social, Order Movement. tiie slims and orjntilsallvil of Hie iiaivemcnl nnd the work being accomplished liv tiie iirnups. He received the keenest attention Irom Ills midlence. Throiit;h ninny years ol study, discussion, loot mini;...
COOTAMUNDRA'S PARKING PROBLEM [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 6 August 1946
COOTAMUNDRA'S PARKING PROBLEM \ The Truth.' I i.'tutl nielli. or the NSW rutin' Mt|-;:c.'.(ril la Coolnmtld dra Munli'l«il (vni.cll l;ist nlitlit Hint llir mnit'i -?: m.'ii'r Ionics over 11 cur ium Ir:ii:l!i N')!);: horizontally l.i the K:-:li !'c let* III Hi'' hands cf Ihe ltvill 11 lli.'C : AUI CiiiiUn ??it 1.1 that H 'he mn'ter was iii.l dealt wtllt It would become mere it it im-ii:ii as ??ni'li .vim r velil-li'.s \\ ci .' t;i'in»u: I'ni;er. 1! was iliviili\l Unit council's in spector ri -operate Willi the lo-— 1 1 police, | ? — I
GOLF NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 6 August 1946
GOLF NOTES Players are requested to take lio'.e that the .'It'll round of 'the Stratton Clip, set down for next Sunday, has been allotted n new date, namely, 22nd September, nnd the final round on (ilh October. Tills change was found necessary when it was decided to send players over to Young to compete in the annual tournament there.
SNORTING FOOTBALL INCOMPETENT REFERRING [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 6 August 1946
jSp! FOOTBALL I INCOIWl'liTKNT ItF,I'i:l.ltIN-i Wc reprint the followhn: Idler, published in the 'Vomit; Winn's:..' un der the above heading: Sir. I' '?,sl Monday's issue of tile 'Coiitninuinhn Dally Herald' the sport In;; i i'l-ot t oi' for that paper criticised tn-'. ui ''V opinion, unjustly, on my handling of the game between HmdciiMuiTinii biirrah nud Coolmiiundra l'r ihe Welssel Gold Cup. which w.i'- won by : Hiirdcii-Miirrimiburrali. Usually I hike no not ire . hinge at newspaper criticism on mat ters such ns this; but- th'- scribe sug gested Hint my credcnliaLs should be reviewed, and certain questions put to me to see If I hud a knowledge ot the game. Now, Mr. Editor, I am prepared lo go before all independent examination panel, provided the questions put to me are also put to the reporter, atii our reputations to stnnd or tall by the result. Yours, etc.. II. W. ijoei Hnt kin. _ | ITlic only paragraph I will reply l;- in this lcller is Ihe last one. I should likj to respectf...
CHURCH NOTICES CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 6 August 1946
CHURCH NOTICES j CHURCH OF ENGLAND ! Friday, August 9. Choir Practice 7.15. j Sunday, August 11, 8th Sunday after | Trinity, Christ Church 8, Koly Cum-i munion; Evensong 7.30. Wallendbeen 11, Holy Communion; Stockinbingal 3 Evensong. Rev. A. W. Harris, Reetor PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Committee meeting for Tuesday 6th pestponed till Wednesday; '14th August. Friday: Choir Practice 7.30 p.m. ' (note alteration in time), children's frolic, Scots Hall, 7 p.m. till 9.30. Sunday: Scots Church, 11 a.m.. Mr. C. J. Raff; 7.30 p.m.. Rev. H. Perkins. Brawlin, 11 a.m.. Bethungra, 3 p.m. I REV. HAROLD PERKINS Minister. METHODIST Wednesday. August 7: Ladies' Church Aid, 3: C.E. Society. 7.30. ? Thursday, August 8: Sunday School Teachers in Sunday School Hall, 7.30. Friday Htteri'oon: Street Stall, Sunday. Atisust it: Cootamundra. 11 and 7.30, Rev. R. J. Casliin; Dttdau man 3. Rev. R. J. CasiMn; Sunday in Cootamundra at 2.30. Rev. R. J Cashin, Minister.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 6 August 1946
WANTED, Relieving Girl. Apply Al bion Hold. ? WANTED. Smart Boy, 1(5. Apply Clothing F;u'roy. . : . ? ' WANTED. Two Young Ladies. to I work n: ilie Silver Star Cafe. -j I WAN''Kn. 0'ittsige, Plat, or Rooms, ! uiromotla:? ;-v°- Apply this office. I W.\NT1 '. no laundry. Apply i mis lin.v-n.stlwaighte, 158' Wailen- ' (U'.un fc'.!'-'' ? ? ? ] ioi; s.M.E. 3 Gent's Cycl:s, £5 to £3. M ti8r'8a- ? ? 1 w)K S.U.i:. Imperial Super Diesel En . i; or :i li-P' Bood order. A;: ply 7 V.'i ? JJ||7~baTTEKIES and Radiators just ih\V CROWE'S, Parker St vnur Refrigerator now lur ; d'.-livcry. Easy urms. Piv.me j:;n M: Ch'i'ry '*? ? 1 U \ for «''? speeinls! Walt for v, n'KlNS 11 pays- S. SKAMP. ' -'ii- ? ] uvn'KKV-i'lmrBer installed at biui- , 'cv, pri'inisfs, also plenty of frc^h drv nci batteries at P.AV CROWE'S ('??.'vie .Slii'P. i'iivKcr Street. I AKMY Release Jeeps. Orders accept [ ed. immediate delivery, £225. Phono ' ICO, McCLEAKV'S GARAGE. GET your Louni;e Suite and Bedding, eie., renovated at L...
MORE HOUSES FOR COOTAMUNDRA? [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 6 August 1946
MORE HOUSES FOR COOTAMUNDRA ? A letter whs i hiiI I -'--'- l',c Minister for lliuisliH! 'I Hi'' ''?'?tint; or the OnitfitiititKlni Town Council Inst night, dentine with II'' roimoll's application lor the pun ?liny 'I lulls nt the R.A.A.F. V/r omi.'. II Mil led Hint the N.SAV. Housing Commission lintl priority on lilt- pur rlniM* ol the lints. | If. however, llic ( 'iiiiuiil.'slon wore In waive lis rli'.lil. tlicn then; .scorned no hliidninrr lo council'!. application. I
COOTAMUNDRA AND DISTRICT WAR MEMORIAL FUND TENNIS TOURNAMENT FOR THE SPOUTS QUEEN [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 6 August 1946
COOTAMUNDRA AND DISTRICT WAR MEMORIAL FUND TENNIS TOURNAMENT FOR THE SPOItTS QUEEN Over a hundred entrants in the ten nis tournament arranged by the Town Tennis. Association, for the candida ture of the Sports Queen, on Sunday, thoroughly enjoyed an . excellent day's .sport. The tournament was played on the Town, Railway, and Catholic Courts. Afternoon tea was served at. the Town Courts by the ladies' committee, assisted by Mrs. 'C. Collingridge. The committee greatly ... appreciated the kind gesture of the ladies who brought along the cakcs. The finals of this tournament will be played off next Sunday. Judging by the keen interest displayed by all tcr.nis players, a crowd of spectators is expected. The competition for the teni.s racket donated by Slashengers, was won by Mr.,R. Manwaring. Th» War Memorial Fund, to which all money raised by the Queen Com petition goes, will benefit substantially by this tournament, and Sports Queen 'Tim' Smith will be abli to record a gratifying numb...
£2000 LOAN APPROVED But Transport Holding Up Cement [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 6 August 1946
£2000 LOAN APPROVED But Transport Holding Up Cement The town clerk 'Mr. Dunkleyl re ported to the meeting of the Coota mundra Munic'pal Council last ngi'nt that he hfj eciivrd a letter from the Dcpartmt-.t.o.', L0....I Oovcrnmcnt, no tifying the council that its application regarding a loan of- £2000 had br«n successful', and that council can now go ahead with its works programm?. He stated, however, that . tran-spurt difficulties associated with the coal shortage was holding up supplies of cement. . .. , The letter was referred to the. works committee. . ? -1
TOWN COUNCIL LAST NIGHT'S MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 6 August 1946
TOWN COUNCIL LAST NIGHT'S MEETING The Mayor (Aid. Stratton) presided over the usual fortnightly meeting of . the Cootamundra Town Council last night. , , I Others In attendance wore Aldermen Nicho..son 1 Deputy-Mayor I, Conkoy, Eruderlin. Hutton. Moorchouse, Dick son and Ward. The town clerk was instructed to send a letter to Aid. J. J. Lconartl con gratulating him on his speedy recov ery. and imping that he will soon be back among his friends. Condolence. The council passed a motion of con dolence to the relatives of the late Mr. Cole. Correspondence. Council will co-operate with the Re lief and Rehabilitation Committee, who notified that it will be conducting a drive for used clothing, the majority of which will go to China. A letter was received from Jindalee Shire Council relative to the recent slaughtering of a bullock at the sale yards. Health Inspector Duff said in the letter that the council viewed with some concern tiie facts as outlined, but as council was satisfied that t...
WHAT'S ON? (As Advertised in This Issue.) [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 6 August 1946
[?] (As Advertised in This Issue.) wed.. Am;. 7; cootamundra Catholic Ball. ' ? Thurs., Aug. 8: Juvenile Pialn and Ff.ncy Dress Dance, Town Hall. Fri.. Aug. 0: Mr... Warren McDonald, Country Party candidate for Hume, will speak in the Assembly Room at 0 p.m. ? W-d„ Aug. 11; Dance in Town Hall fcr Commerce Queen, Thurs.. Aug. 18; Boxing in Town Hall, commencing at 8 p.m. I Auctions Thurs.. Aug. ft; Forbes special Sheep Sale, V/incheombe Carson Ltd. I Tues.. Aug. 13; Special Sheep Sale at Cootamundra by Pitt, Son, Badgery. Ltd. 1
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 6 August 1946
ne LIBERAL MITTS C0VITB7 fill Men of Ability and Integrity who have a thorough I knowledge of the needs oi the man on the land. I .1 The LIBERAL I'llVIY S policy for I he country com [irises: — (1)-' FAIR PRICES AND A PROPER RE- (3) A BOLD POLICY OF TAXATION .thecost ^oEfFF?ro'duSionUaS2 ^DUCTIONTORESTOREINCENTIVE. ' THE COST OF LIVING. ( (4) IMPROVEMENT IN ROADS AND (2) A COMPREHENSIVE PLAN FOR TRANSPORTATION TO BRING THE WATER CONSERVATION, IRRIGA- COUNTRY MAN CLOSER TO HIS a TION AND SOIL IMPROVEMENT. MARKETS. (5) IMPROVED HOSPITAL AND EDU CATIONAL FACILITIES TO REMOVE HARDSHIPS. . . f . . , ? , , ?' ?) The Liberal Parly in tli«- only i'nrly which rrprcrcnls all sections of the ?i ? community. lis c;iii-li-laic- -um;-iisi' men with hotli town and country ; ...experience. The Lilx-nil Party is the' only Party capable of forming . a truly representative jiovi-rnmcnl. ;i ? , .-Work and vote for the Liberal Parly candidate in your eleetorale. Caxars ? ? electorate JOHN HOWSE. Served ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 6 August 1946
WE WANT TO MAKE ROOM FOR INCOMING GOODS ! Do you want any of these Outstanding Bargains ? SHOWROOM SILLY SALE , AT COHEN'S CORNER THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY ONLY LESS THAN HALtf-PFtlfctf ! Oiled Rain Capes, usually 25/11 and ( coupons. Special, 12/11.. ? 1 only, Tweed Three-quarter, Coats, usually 84/ and 11 coupons.. Special 40/. Wine Slack Suit, w. size, /usually 60/ and 14 - coupons. Special,' 29/11. 'Bolero' Coat, L.S. Black, usually- 42/ and 7 coupons. Special, 20/10. S.S.W. Saxc Sports Coat, usually 15/11 and 7 coupons. Special, 7/11. SAV. Saxe Felt Coat; usually 32/6 and 7 coupons. Special, 15/11. Saw Ilip Sport Coat, usually 49/11 and 7 coupons. Special, 24/10. SAV. Black Top Coat, fur collar, usually 63/ and 14 coupons. Sp'cial, 29/11. I I'inli Striped Coat, usually £8/8/ and II coupons. Special, 14/3/6. IV. Grey Box Coat, usually £5/3/0 and II coupons. Special, £2/10/11. Fitted SAV. Grey Coal, usually 84/ and 11 coupons. Special, £2/1/6. Illack s.w. ('oat, usually £4/11/ a...
CRUMBS [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 7 August 1946
CRUMBS Cootamundra experienced perfect spring weather today. Legacy Button Day in Cootnmundra to-morrow! For your .next photograph see Ermclo Studios. Miss Kay Leonard can supply all types of floral' bouquets. Richard S. Skamp. 21 Thompson street, is the local Watkins dealer. Messrs. Fuller Bros, for all classes of stock, station and rea'. estate business. Meagher's announce their spring opening, commencing tomorrow. Col. 'bin Studios have extended their v-ilt ull this week, day nnd night. 'Mr. W. McCleary, of the Five Ways Gani,;e. has experts on the job to oil or grease your ear. The Snlon, 1G0 Parker street, can ?supply wool frocks and cardigans. All sizes and colors. No coupons. The British Ministry of Food has agreed lo pay higher prices for Aus tralian butter and cheese. A move was made by the Opposition in the Seimle yesterday to have child endowment paid for the first child. Douglas and Lull, of the Coouumm clra Steam Laundry, advise that tlie.v will pick up and deliver laun...
POLICE COURT (YESTERDAY) Before Mr. R. A. Hardwicke, P.M. Tenancy Case [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 7 August 1946
POLICE COURT 1 YESTERDAY 1 Before Mr. R. A. Hardwicke, P.M. Tenancy Case Five applications by ex-Service men for a house in Crown street were con- 1 sidcred, and that of John James Richardson was judged by the Bench I to be the 011c on whom the greatest hardship falls. 1 An order was made for a wanent authorising and directing R. f'. Gibson' (agent) to give possesison to this ap plicant. Other applicants were Eric George Bushell. John Colin Friend, Scott Robson, and Clifton Edward Fuller, j Malicious Damage | William James McGuinness (24- pleaded guilty to a charge that. at Brawlin. he did maliciously damage a glass window, the property of Eileen Mary Maher, to the value of £2/5 '. | Constable Haskew said that defend ant broke tlie door of the p ost office at Brawlin. striking it with an axe. I Defendant: 1 was drunk. 1 He- was fined £5, and ordered to pay -2 5 compensation. Car Cases Alan Luke Fladrick fI9) and Gor don Cedrick Clifton McClelland (13) pleaded guilty to using a motor...