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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 7 August 1946

birth , J^EALE (nee Gw.'ii Uo.se. Sydney),' at Cootamundra District Hospital, on August 5th. to Hob and Gwen, the gltt or a daughter, Elizabeth' Robyn. Both well. !

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 7 August 1946

£5?' Reader: Are you a subscriber to the 'Cootnimindrn Daily Herald'? Now is a good time lo join.

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 7 August 1946

I AGIO f STOMACH BtMHUS — QUICK! YOU'RE RIGHT AS RAIN IN HALF A TICK! When you're ail oaten up with gnawing acid pain in the stomach, you can't .stop to ? ? mix a medicine in water. You need XIJQ something quick and /y 7T* -~J good. It's Reimies h iK Z for you! Rcnnicsare g!rr^t» wrapped separately JMM't — carry tlieni wber- faanf~ ever you go. Tlie JaMK moment your In tummy gives you r warning, suck them like sweets. Jn 80 seconds tiit* ercess acid Is neutralized. Indi an gestion pain goes! ? i. n Kennies to a. i-'av. nt chemists a'('f stores. A /n;ir tunes the quantity 3 lOh. DRS3.4S DICESTIF RENNIESll rellei* the P-ih ot fodlqettto/r

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CHRISTIAN EDUCATION ASSOCIATION OF N.S.W. Inaugurated in Cootamundra [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 7 August 1946

CHRISTIAN EDUCATION ASSOCIATION OF N.S.W. Inaugurated in Cootamundra Oil Monday evening last, at a well attended public meeting in the Parish Hall, It was resolved to rorm the Christian Education Association -?: N.S.W. The meeting had been ccn vrned by the People's Education As sociation oi Cootamundra to consider the question of 'Religious Instruction in Public Schools.' : Tlie special speaker was Rev. W. O. Coughlan. B.A., director of tlie Chris tian Social Order Movement. , A resolution for the formation of tiie new association was moved by Mr. Cunningham, and seconded by Mr.' Perry. j Following discussion, the motion was put to the meeting, and carried unan imously. | The resolution reads as follows:' 'That this public meeting of fitty-J four citizens of Cootamundra, held on' 5th August, 1946. decides to form th? Christian Education Association of, New South Wales. The aims or the' association being stated as toilows: 'il) to press the Minister for Edn-: cation and the Governmen...

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PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 7 August 1946

PERSONAL Constable Ken Frasor left Coota mundra yesterday for hi:, new appoint ment at Cooma. Mrs. W. Watt, of Wailendbeen, is an Inmate of tiie Sacred Heart Hospital, Cootamundra. Mrs. Keith Williams. Wailendbeen wIiosk husband was a prisoner of war in Japan, is in St. Catherine's, Coota muncira. with baby daughter. Mr. Frank Poiitiii;;. who lias been a patient in the 'District Hospital for several months. Is to be discharged at tlie week-end. Mr. Edward Marinan, of Wailend been. has returned home after six weeks in the Sacred Heart Hospital, Cootamundra. At Monday night's meeting of tlie Municipal Council, Mr. Doug. Dickson. M.L.A.. Wi-.s in the 'gallery.' The Mayor - Alt). Des. Stratton) extended iiiin a hearty welcome.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 7 August 1946

? I ADVKKTIiiH WELL the coming events, meetings, and so on. Foi those tiie charge is 5/ per inch (fru.n uiH- ujnvartl.-.

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GUNDAGAI P.P. BOARD Fears Grasshopper Infestation [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 7 August 1946

GUNDAGAI - P;P. BOARD ' Fears Grasshopper Infestation . In view of the possibility of a major infestation of grasshoppers next spring, the directors of the Gundagai -Pastures Protection Board at their meeting held last week, decided to take all possible precautions. The directors considered that the time is now opportune to take j the necessary initial steps such as issu ing the required .notices, etc. | ' TJnder the Act, occupiers of land are required to continuously suppress and destroy grasshoppers in accordance with the requirements of the P.P. ? Board. Even shire councils must pro ' vide': for tlie destruction on any road under their control. Occupiers of land are also required to immediately notify the secretary of the Board, of appear ance of- grasshoppers on their land. A heavy penalty is provided for faii ? ure to comply with these requirements. Landholders arc rurther advised that upon the appearance ot grasshopper Hatching, on their land, they shall com mence, the work. o...

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CHURCH NOTICES CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 7 August 1946

CHURCH NOTICES CHURCH OF ENGLAND Friday, August 9, Choir Practice 7.1a., Sunday, August 11, 8th Sunday after | Trinity, Christ church 8. Holy Com-| munion; Evensong 7.30. Wallendbeeni 11, Holy Communion; Stockinbingal 3 I Evensong. Rev. A. W- Harris. Rector j i PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH j Committee meeting tor Tuesday Gth j ........ till v 14th ALIL'II-^. Friday: Choir Practice 7.30 pi'-: mote alteration in time). Children's, frolic. Scots Hall, 7 p.m. till 9.30. ; Sunday: -Scots church, 11 a.m., Mr C. J. Raft; 7.30 p.m.. Rev. H. Perking Brawlin, 11 a.m., Betliungra. 3 p.m. ' Rev. Harold Perkins, Minister. METHODIST Wednesday, August 7: Lail,'' Church Aid, 3; C.E. Society. 7.30. Thursday, Aligust 8: Sunday Teachers in Sunday School Hall. ' , Friday afternoon: Street sta-H Sunday. August 11: cootamumlr.i. and 7.30. Rev. R. J. Cashin: Dir-i:''1', man 3, Rev. R. J. Cashin; Sunday Cootamundra at 2 30. Rev. Ctishln, Minister, i

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 7 August 1946

WHAT TO Nf (As Advertised in This Issue.) Fri.. Aug. 9: Anti-T.B. Ball at Wal lendbeen. Fri.. Aug. 9: Mr. Warren McDonald. Country Party candidate for Hume, will speak in the Assembly Room nt a p.m. Auctions Sat.. Aug. 10: Furniture Sale by Mr. G. B. Black.

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REHABILITATION A NATIONAL NECESSITY Mr. Warren McDonald's View [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 7 August 1946

j REHABILITATION A NATIONAL 1 NECESSITY Mr. Warren McDonald's View 'Not only is rehabilitation elemen tary justice to our Servicemen ami women, but it is also necessary fr-nn a national viewpoint, because 730.010 men and women, their families, and friends, comprise one-third of our population,' said Mr. Warren Mc Donald, C.P. candidate for Hume, in a radio talk over the Hume network last Sunday night. - 'After all. returned personnel ask for nothing at the expense of other' sections of the community; they only ask for a fair opportunity to make up the leeway suffered by their war ser vice,' continued- Mr. McDonald. * I 'Of those who served, about 100, 006 were young people who were! just about to enter a trade or profession, or, had not gone very far therein, fn ordin ary circumstances they would now be artisans and tradesmen, with the usual proportion in the profession. Are , they, because of their war ser- ' vice, to be condemned to a lifetime of unskilled labor, and their service...

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COOTAMUNDRA AND DISTRICT WAR MEMORIAL FUND QUEEN COMPETITION [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 7 August 1946

COOTAMUNDRA AND DISTRICT WAR MEMORIAL FUND QUEEN COMPETITION Interest in the queen competition has been slightly overshadowed these last few days by the keener interest felt by all in Hie recasting of the existing vvnr memorial scheme. 1 Now that the public meeflng (and what a meeting!) called for this pur pose is over, and a new plan has been nrinitirfl the niieen competition will boom as never before, and the two hard-working girls in the competition will have the satisfaction of seeing their votes rush up to dazzling heights. At the moment the voting stands at: SporLs Quoen ? 6010 Commerce Queen ? 5294 That is to say, tlie sports queen ('Tim' Smith) still retains the lead by 716 votes, and from what I heard whisi-cred round town yesterday, big tilings are ahead. That reminds me that the meeting of the sports queen committee at 7.30 tonight will be held at the Central Hotel, as the Assembly Room is not avnilable. All sporting people are asked to come along. It is im|-ortant. The c...

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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PUBLIC MEETING ADOPTS COMMUNITY CENTRE As Scheme for New War Memorial [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 7 August 1946

PUBLIC MEETING ADOPTS COMMUNITY CENTRE As Scheme for New Mfar Memorial , A crowd which overflowed- into the hallway attended the public meet ing- in the assembly room last night. -The meeting' unanimously adopted a resolution moved by Aid. C'onkey, c;f the Cootamundra Town ? Coun cil, to the eitect that the proposed war memorial take the shape of a community centre, The meeting was called by the Mayor of Cootamundra 'Aid. Des. Stratton) at the request of the War Memorial Committee, whose previous efforts to find a solution to the problem of what shape a war memorial would take, had proved abortive. In opening the meeting. Aid. Strat ton said that he wished to compliment the people of -Cootamundra and dis trict on the good attendance. 'It is,' he said, 'undoubtedly the best public meeting that I have pre sided at in Cootamundra.' present at the meeting was the Pre- 1 sident of the Jindai'ce Shire Council' ( Councillor A. ? Donaldson - , 'I am pleased- to see.' said council lor Donald...

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D.D.T. FLY CONTROL Increases U.S. Production [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 7 August 1946

D.D.T. FLY CONTROL Increases U.S. Production NEW YORK, Wednesday: The D.D.T. fly control programme In Kan sas and Oklahoma is adding millions of pounds of weight to beef' and burl er, and millions of gallons of milk to the nation's supply. i.s al.,0 ,m_ pioving the quality 0f leather snvs a Wall Street journal. tie res protected by D.D.T. ..Mimcl 32 per cent mure \veioVlt tUan not tioatid. mo m-ik s , creased 10 to 25 p,.T ,.L.nl The solution of one mi, of D to 399 parts of water lii(1 m ^ livestock, but was cffe,-ti..,. , lice, ticks, and many oilier 1 pests, '

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LEGION NEWS (Issued by the Cootamundra branch of the Australian Legion of Ex-servicemen.) [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 7 August 1946

legion news (Issued by the Cootamundra branch of the Australian Legion of Exservice men.) . If you're 'happy out of the Service.' you probably think mostly of the so cial side ... the chance to meet aanin 1 friends who have shared a common experience with you, the chance to re capture some of the comradeship that enriched service life. Most ex-service associations are based on this desire .tur re-union ; ana it has Its place ir the Legion's activities, but it's not the Legion's mainspring. For if you're happy out of the ser ' vice, you're in the lucky minority. Civil life has grown into a difficult and complicated process . . . are short, houses are short, taxes are liMi business, Is/ unstable, m addition, the cx-servlceman, or woman is bitterly handicapped in the pursuit or civilian happiness by the strain or years or campaigning, by tlie loss or years or opportunities, by the lack or years or practice in trade or proressioii. So the ex-serviceman needs help. And the best help is s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 7 August 1946

AI)\ EltusElts are uigently roquest -tl to lodge their 'copy' early 1 befo^a 1 o clock 011 the day preceding publl rallon, when it is convenient lo do so.

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CRUMBS [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 8 August 1946

CRUMBS Meagher's announce tnat they have truck tyres and tubes available. Two State Labor Ministers have pre dicted that thousands of workers would soon be unemployed :f the coal crisis or the coiisenuent transport crisis was j not o\ ercomc. ' It is estimated that the independent news service to be established by the r A.B.C. would cost 'well below £20(1.000 I a year.' Australia if to ask for complete and exclusive control of New Guinea when a trusteeship at'reemeni is negotiated witii U.N.O. j Tiie United Nations Food and Agri culture Organisation reports that even j be! ore the war half the world was scri- j cusiy under-nourished. | The British Ministry '1 Transport has lodged a salvage eiiiuu in connec tion with the damaged lordship Ame rican Farmer. 'lite Prime Minister -.\!r. Chifloy will deliver lits election policj speech! over tlie National network .'rom Can bcria on the night of September U'. The leader of the Opposition Mr Mcnzicsi vvii: deliver his in the Cambe/weil Town...

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PETROL RATIONING AND BLACK MARKETING [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 8 August 1946

I'ICTIitJf. UATION-tN-o AN1) BLACK MAKKKTIXfl Evidence- publislied in tin; Sydney |)aper.s re.;entiy of wliole.sale bitiok mai keting in petrol leads the N.KM.a. and It.A.C.A. to repeat their demand Unit petrol rationing |,o abolished immediately, «ince it is nol longer accomplishing wiiai ir .sets out to do. A joint statement by the two or ganisations says: 'It is evident that -he incicase in the ration to business car owners, on top oi the increase io piivatc motorists in ,MJ.v. ]us brou.^.'it pet.-ol cor.sumption p.'.niicaiiv i,nr-t-°'in ir.--war proportions— and still private lnotoi-ists and many birine:;s users are not u-tting nearly sullieient for tiiei;-! norm.-u neetls. Senator Ashley has told us what civilian consumption is; but he has not told us recintly the total amount allotted to the public oy the rationing system. Motorists «sk for an immediate announcement of both figures. There is every reason wily tiie public should be taken into the O'jveniiiieiit'i conlid:nce on ...

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BURRINJUCK DAM [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 8 August 1946

I5UKR1NJUCK DAM The rejr.nt. rain and heavy snow had caii.'eci an appreciable increase in tile storage at Hurritijucl: Dam. said the Minister for Conservation .Mi:, Wiori tast night. The volume of water held in the dam at the end t;| julv was 32:i.!.2I) acre feet, and a iurther rini-ofT frcim the catchnient could |,e expected.

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WARATAHS v. DE LA SALLE OLD BOYS [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 8 August 1946

WAItATAIIS v. DE LA SALLE OLD BOYS The following will represent the Waratahs in the game against ,the De La Salle old Boys on Fisher Park, at noon 011 Sunday: J- Butler, a. Tabe^'HF, ? .'r ^Sburmer -capt.i. a. Shurmer, R. shur'mer, .T. ODwver, T. Burrows, K. '..Duffy,' R. Williams, K. Wheatley, ,R. ; sheathcr, R- Wells, D. McKce.

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G.U.I.O.O.F. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 8 August 1946

c;.t;.i.o.o.r. At the July meeting of tlie, G.U.I.O.O.F. Lodge, the district secre tary. Bro. Vicars, deputising for the | district master and assisted by Bro. { Gozna. of Temora. installed Bro. R. Mc La-jhlin as noble grand of Federal | branch, Cootamundra. | The lojlowing sisters and brothers j were installed ;n tlie various offices: I Past N'obie Grand, Bro. Siieedy; vice- [ grand. Bro. F. Alien: sccretary-treas- ' urer, Bro. Thompson; recording secre- I tary. Bro. Coleman: sick visitor. Bro.! Sutcliffe: supporters to N.G.. Sisters' Thompson and J. Pigram: supporters ' to V.G.. Sister Pigram and Bro. Pater- ? son; inner guard, Bro. Bramall; outer guard. Bro. Blackney. j Bro. McLachlin. accompanied by a number of his officers and brethren. paiu a visit to l emora and took over the chairs of that lodge on July 25. Tlie evening following the business was .spent in cards and dancing, and was thoroughly enjoyed l;y all. Now thai transport is becoming available, the members are looking...

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