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WAR-TIME RESEARCH Publication of Reports [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 8 August 1946

WAR-TIME RESEARCH Publication of Reports I F'or prices ranging from fifty cents to eighty dollars, you can now buy copies of reports on subjects as widely varied as tlie history and teohniquc of, radar to lioiv to mend a zipp fastener.! The story behind tills tremendous ! undertaking begins with tlie lifting ol' i security regulations and the desire of' the Allied Governments to make avsiil abli to Industrial, scientific, and other undertakings a.v. much infnrimitinn ?? -? possible on many of tlie subjects cov- ? ered by war-time research. I The United States Department of Commerce, through its Publication Board, is now publishing abstracts t;t' the many thousands of reports re- , ceived. and it issues about live hundred of these attracts in a weekly -Biblio-. graphy of Silentific and Industrial , ports.' | It is untie: stoood that the British Government intends lo do likewise lor British iK'n !vh. and at the prcs?n: time the pn-Mui'iity of similar action i:- 'especi -,! hitcrinatio...

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 8 August 1946

SUNDAY NEXT, FISHER PARK ' FOOTBALL! FiilAiL! ? Cocramundra v Tumut, ot 3 p.m. Cootamundra Reserves v Tumut Rc-.'.tva-:. cf 1.30 p.m Waiatuhs v De La Salle Oid Boys, ,:f ',7. noon. V/, i/-,:--!, Secretary. Wednesday, August 28 COOTAMUNDRA IV CLU3 £300 PRIZE MOKEY ^ ^ £300 PROCinA:.:?.:: :--£C5 FLYING HANDICAP. Ii Fitl'lon.:.. «00 pm_ ?J— Kill MAIHEN PI.ATE. .'- Furlongs. v..: ? ' £35 prn' 3~eiu first restricted ' 310 p,n' -1 — 1:100 COOTAMUNDRA VICTORY C: ' Trop'.iv valued £25 added ? ? ;/-R p.m. 5— f'30 2:i(l ft HSTRICTED HANDICAP . 5 ... ; , 4 25 o m. (i— !.li WELTER HANDICAP. 6 Furlon, ' f,.oo pni'. NOMINATIONS CLOSE ON AiONIl ^ ?. ! ^'r pm Llbi-rul appearonfc immoy will fir p . ? . . r.; Cf .^j j.or,afi Parting at tin- im-tttltsg iwinnrr.s o«-:v ?? starts twic°. lull npt^'arnu' nioiicy \v:U w paid I-'r.r lurt'.u v infbrmasion r.nd pm E. 11. -TED 1 w:; . ciotnmundra. : ' 3211. P.O. Box 107. SUTTON'S. .S.MltK-y, : 1 i b'.v ; , Player or Piano. u- ifr.n ' Will pay ciifii and .ill -...

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 8 August 1946

SHOP WITH i OUR ADVERTISERS AND mention what you saw j ADVERTISED in this Newspaper. SMALL ADVTS.— ' Wanted, Found. Lost, To-Lrt. Fur Sale, etc. — are Gd per line pi*r i=-'sue -G words to a line), with a minimum charge of V8. WANTED, urgently, by exService man (business owner), and wife, Fur nished Flat-. Piione 253, cootamundra. WANTED. 200 tons of wood. Apply H. Allen. Chamen street. WANTED, Cottage, Flat, or Rooms, accomodate two. Apply this office. FOIl SALE, small Army ' toolboxes. 4/ eaeh. J. RIGNEY, Wallendoon street. FOR SALE, Weatherboard House, for removal from present site, C rooms, good condition. Apply D. J. Quinlan. Stoekinbingal. LOST, Bunch of Keys. Finder please i'eturn to this office. Liberal reward. FOR your general carrying contact! Alf. cheetham. 6 Gundagai Road. No job loo large. Apply T. Williams and. Co. ? I DRY BATTERIES and Radiators just arrived at RAY CROWE'S, Parker St. 1UTTER V-ehargcr installed at busi ness premises, also plenty of fresh dry! uud wet b...

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COPIES OF THE "COOTAMUNDRA DAILY HERALD" MAY BE OBTAINED FROM THE FOLLOWING AGENTS: Cootamundra [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 8 August 1946

corn:* OF TIIE 'COOTAMUNDRA DAiLY HERALD' JI\V I'.:. (U'.IMNEI) FROM THE lOI.I.OV.'NO AGENTS: Ceotaimiiiilia— H Kkiii. Wallendoon Street. j. il'i'ilni' Parker Street. c'is', C-i'hi'' Cafe, No. 3, Parker St. F I.'--' ? Street. gi-: iu'iaT i-ros~ Wallendoon St. s .1. il. wawrs. ^Valli'i|l'',f'n'** .y lj.-'-Uie lirlltiiiisra— [. ri.;ik H''°' ?

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

HaeasaaBsesfiB&BiEjg H DON'T a | buy W ® B ?: 1 ' I Q 1 ' 0 & E3 ^ When production catches up with demand you'll get one nvice as good for half the money. Needless buying on a limited market for«s prices upward. Put thai money into Savings i Certificates now and have an : instantly nrnutiable, interest en riched s'upply of money for later on. Buv aiui hold SAVINGS ; CERTIFICATES and Gd. SAVINGS CERTIFICATE STAMPS

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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ANNUAL CATHOLIC BALL Successful Function [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 8 August 1946

ANNUAL CATHOLIC BALL 1 Successful Function ! Followcis of the tcrpsichorenn art had nothing to complain about at the | annual Catholic Ball held in the Town Hall last night. | A large crowd, an air of festivity. . and the presentation of debutantes were features of the function. i The debs, were presented lo the ! Bishop of Goulburn. Rev. Dr. Mc gliiro. who in the course oi his remarks sniii: j 'I would like to congratulate every body on the wonderful night. Pari leu- j larlv would I like to cMigrntulale the debutantes. They are the jewels here : tonight. When I first came to the: diocese I was told that Cootamundra f Ml' is were the prettiest in the district, i f l'.ope, and know, that they will ful- I til the best traditions ol womanhood, and I wish them all the best ol lurk. Dressed ill white, tiie d'bs. looked charming. They were Misses Loin Irwin. Marie Irwin, Betty Lloyd. Lola] Spearin-3. Marie Sullivan. Joan .Jen- j kins. Ursula O'Connor Dorer-i clear. June Green. Carmel Rale...

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

ADVERTISERS are mgently request-: ed to lodge their 'copy' early tbefare , 1 o'clock on the day preceding pub!'-; , cation, when il is convenient to do -u-1

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 8 August 1946

PRELIMINARY FA^MGS ? AT ' COHEN'S CORNER ! /' '? * ? ' '? r- rx» JUST A FEW OF WHAT? WE WILL HAVE, BUT THEY ARE CHOICE CREASE-RESISTING. SPUNS Delightfully over-printed I on colored grounds. The^ will please you in design and price. FOR THE NEW EVENING FROCK THE JUST-OUT PATHFINDER SUEDETTE FABRIC IN SHADES OF OCEAN TRINIDAD v'S. TURQUOISE BEIGE YELLOW LOTUS - SAXE ? JUNE ROSE ; These shades are soft and aHuring. The Fabric, is ctingtng, crease-resisjtiftg, all-British Fabric, of 36 inches, at 9/11 YARD AND 21 COUPONS I COHEN'S',, CORNER ; 'ALWAYS BUSTLING' ~

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 8 August 1946

25;' Secretaries of local commit tees supplying 'copy' for this jour nal are asked to have it in the 0: fiee as curly as possible on tlie davs ' prior to publication. |

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 8 August 1946

JFT i NO OTHER CYCLE jl HAS THE SPEEDWELL JT-J| P^9F CRAFTSMAN ASSEMBLY - Every Speedwell is Precision ? Built to Last a Lifetime ^ | gfeW« SHE AT DEAL' $& fawk&n you yet a.^ . COOTAMUNDRA AGENT ^ ?' PARKER STREET j , | FOR BEST values / N SELLING YOUR fellP STOCK FOR TRUCKS WIRE — 'T$pr^ '&OLD2BRO', SYDNEY G0LDSBR0U6H, MORT AND CO. LTD. (Incorp. in Victoria} SYDNEY 11 ^ BRANCH OFFICES IN I N.S.W. n ' t ^ i !( { Cotf/uiti fale. £00^ m u n fcrij, [Crookwelf. Donifiqufn. Finley, Forbes, Goulburn, Hoy, South Grafton, Taralga. Young: Licensed Auctioneers, Stock and Station and Real Estate Agents. ; ? _ ? \C\\MU M.vV !\c \ : \ \ ' \ \ 'llfclr-WiariHth'' stops' - I ® '^'^le, wa,ml11 is Vour bBsl Pr0' ratjjj JfeSW- ' toction against winter chills, so ^ ^ V/EET.B|X for breakfast to £ . . . ,? morrowl Abundantly rich in heat -2^ '-f producing carbohydrates — and V-^ar fortified with added VITAMIN Bl ? WEET-BIX offers you all th* — 3l nourishing goodness of wholo *kl3*...

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COOTAMUNDRA FORTNIGHTLY MARKET REPORT Lambs to 48/7; Xbred Wethers, 50/ [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 8 August 1946

COOTAMUNDRA FORTNIGHTLY MARKET REPORT Lambs to 48/7; Xbred. Wethers, 50/ 1 I The Cootamundra- Associated Agents' fortnightly market on Friday last , en- 1 joyed another full supply of 849B fat sheep and lambs, and 96 heod or fat and store cattle. Buyers again at tended from many centres, including Sydney and Melbourne, and secured seventy-eight trucks of sheep and three trucks of cattle. The whole of this stock was trucked out on Friday and Saturday, with the exception of ten trucks, which had to await transit to Orange on Monday, and this organ- 1 isation met with very favorable com ment from buyers. Bidding throughout both the. cattle and sheep sales was animated.fiJpd ex ceptionally good prices were obtained especially for prime quality lambs and hoggets, the rormer making to 48/7. Quotations: Fat Cattle: Hereford vealers, £9/1'; Shorthorn vealers, £9/19 ; bullocks, tc £19/15/; Ayrshire cross bullocks. to £15/6/; heifers, £10/16 to £11. 13. : cows, £12/10/ to £11/13 G; dairy sort...

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

PERSONAL Margaret Lloyd, of Betlumgra, is an inmate of the Sacred Heart Hospital at Cootamundra. The death occurred at Bownhig yes- J terday of Mr. James Henry Loitcrton, I 51. son of the late Mr. and Mrs. C. Loitcrton. of Wallendbeen. Deceased was a single man and a returned soldier of World War I. For many years he conducted a licet of flshina boats at Buriinjuck Dam. and was well known to anglers far and wide. The death occurred ill Goulburn of Mrs. Mary Riley, a resident of Mam Ian. a', the age of 77. The deceased lady 1 1 been blind for seven years, and bou her sufferings with remark able cheerfuVness. Besides her hus band. she leaves one son and six daughters, one or whom is Mrs. Mat thews. of Junee. ! Dispensing good checr at Tattersall's Star Hotel is Harry Whitton. whose lather. R. S. -'Pop'i Whitton. is lic ensee of the Illabo Hntei. Previous to taking over tlie Star. Harry was for four years in the R.A.A.F.. and saw much serried. Helping him keep up the renowned hospitali...

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HOUSING COMMISSION Cootamundra Tender Too High [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 8 August 1946

housing commission Cootamundra Tender Too High . j The Town clerk was informed yes terday that the Housing CainniiWiioiJ received only on- lender for the erej-1 tian of tiie 10 houses in Cootamundra.! The price wn.s found to b:- too high,' and unless other arratigsimuts can °be 1,111 ft- with tills builder or nego'ia U'his opened up with other builders in the town, it i.s likely that the project for the io houses will have to be aban doned by the Commission. j Printed and published by William Henry Pinkxione, of 157 Wallendoonj street. Cootamundra. at 'The Coota 'itiiidra Herald' Prlntory, 100 Wal leiid'xni street. Cootamumlra. j

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

truck Tyres AND TUBES AVAILABLE FROM

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OBITUARY MR. RICHARDSON ALEXANDER NICHOLLS [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 8 August 1946

OBITUARY Mr:. UK'HAKUSO.V ALEXANDEIt j NICIIOLLS The death took place in the District Hospital yesterday of Mr. Richardson Alexander Nicholis, 71. well-known and lii-.fldy esteemed resident for many years of the Brs wlin district. I Deceased iiad' been in ill-health for a long while. | He is survived by his widow and two sons and five daughters. | The sons and daughters arc Reg. 'Liverpool*. Sam iCootamundrai, ' Da tie i Mrs. J. Stewart. Liverpool/. Jean ij.lrs. V. Man war ing). Muriel ? Mrs F. Bannisteri. Neta iMrs. T. j Hanlont. and Vera iMrs. J. McNeill 1, 1 all of Cootamundra and district. j Deceased had been on the land ail his life. He went to Brawlin from the I Muttania district. I During t ii; iast s.x months. Mrs.! Nicholis h: ? bet i living in Warren ' Sub., the l hu\...0 come into town ! bccause of deceased's ill-health. The sympathy of many rrieid.- will! go out to the widow and sons and j daughters. j The funeral is to leave_ the Presby terian Church at 4 o'clock this a...

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THE TEACHING OF RELIGION IN STATE SCHOOLS [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 8 August 1946

THE TEACHING OF RELIGION IN STATE SCHOOLS At a very well-attended meeting of citizens of Cootamundra the Rev. W. G. Coughlan, B.A., delivered a most inspiring address 011 the above sub- 1 ject. At the outset he congratulated | the people of this (own upon the for-. matloti of the People's Education As sociation. and applauded its objects.' The main points that the speaker mads wcr?: I Education in the widest sense is not the matter for a specially-trained' staff. Education Is the concern of tlie pecple, and they also must take part of the blame for any dericiencies that may exist In the present system. Be-, cause present day society require it. and education demands it, advance- j ments have been made in technical education, while an attempt has been made to study society by the intro duction or social studies in the secondary school curriculum. These are steps in the right direction. The purpose or- education is synon omous with the purpose or lire Itself. By education alone societ...

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COOTAMUNDRA AND DISTRICT WAR MEMORIAL FUND SPOUTS QUEEN STEPS UP WITH 600 VOTES [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 8 August 1946

COOTAMUNDRA AND DISTRICT WAR MEMORIAL FUND SI'OKTS QUEEN STEPS UP WITH GOO VOTES Kpcrts Queen ... .. ..... .. CG10 Commerce Queen .. .. .. .. 5294 At a meeting or .the Sports Queen committee, held at the Central' Hotel iast nylit. it was decided to step up the votes for this Queen by paying a further £15 into tiie War Memorial j Fund. A vote of thanks to the Town Tennis Club for miming the very successful tournament on Sunday for the Sports Queen was passed by acclamation. 'I he following coming events were announced:— August 13: st).e(;t st;nii. All dona tions will be irratel'ullv received. August 2 U: Jive Session, Town Hall. ' You'll' hear more of this later.) September 7: Motor cycle sports. Showground. The first or its kind in CoiHamundra. September 21 : Trotting meeting. Forty per cent, ror Sports Queen. September 27: Woolshed dance at 'Hillside unadc possible by tiie kind-, ness or Mr. ItobeiLs). It was announced that there will bo other interesting functions sandwiched, in b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 9 August 1946

STOP DISTURBED NIGHTS Doctors say your kidneys contain 15 milos o! liny tubas or filler# which help to purify tho blood and *®*P you healthy. When they ®ot ,7r and don't work right' in the 'daytime* many people havo dislurbod : nW&ta. Frequent or poor kidney, action some times shows there is something wjon£ with your kidneys or bladder. Don c noglect this condition and lose valu able. restiul sleep. When disordor ol kidney junction ? permits poisonous matter to remain m your blood, it may also causo nag* ging backache, rheumatic pains, log pains. loss of pap and energy* swell ing, puUineis under the eyes, head* aches, and dizziness. Don't delay. Ask your chemist or store lor Doan't Backocht Kidney Plllt, a *timulant-diurotic, used successfully by millions {or over 40 yoats. Doan t give happy roliol and will help, fre IS ^ milos o! kidnoy tubes eliminate pojsonous wrisite from your blood, Aik your Chemist or Store for HOANC Backache Kidney Pills DPU

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ELLWOOD CUP [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 9 August 1946

ELLWOOD CUP . Tlie challenge by the cootamundra combined third grade teams for tho Ell wood Cup has been transferred from August 11 to August 25. As Stockinbingal has also challenged for August 25, a draw will be made. Illabo ho.cl-i tlie cup.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 9 August 1946

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