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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 3 July 1946
AC 16 «gg stomnch aridity /*'* \ (hillicruchlitii) .so j quicklv tluit a single dose usually relievos 1 pain and distress. So, if you suffer after j catinfl. you'll find this effective remedy | does indeed -iivc RISAL help. j But Dc Witt's Antacid Powder does more than stop pain and neutralise acid. ; A timely dose soothes and protects the ' inflamed linituj of the stomach, so that the : next meal will not mean a new and worse 1 attack of indiflession. K\p.»rier.ce proves ; De Witt's Antacid Powder is of the ? greatest value in all thos»* conditions of upset digestion where a good, family ; remedy is required. (let a canister from vour chemist to-dav and see how much better you feel — after the first dose. j ANTACID POWDER Sii For Indlflcstion, Acid Stomach. ?-r-!'sS Heartburn. Flatulcnce a n d s Sfl . Gastritis. Larue canister. 2/6. J Wgr' Copy for the Press should be ! in ink— NOT PENCIL. i
THE ADMIRAL GOT OUT ! [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 3 July 1946
THE ADMIRAL GOT OUT ! BIKINI. Wednesday. Admiral J Blar.dy, in a picket boat, next' day, in- ! spected the damaged submarine Skate, | the closest of all targets to the bimbj burst. The radiologist in the picket boat reported that there was more radio- 1 activity than his sensitive instrument! could register. The admiral laughed, and said: 'Let's get to hell outa here 1'
LOCAL LAND BOARD [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 3 July 1946
LOCAL LAND BOARD A meeting of the Local Land Board for the Land District of Cootamundra, was held at the Court House, Coota mundra, last Friday. Present were Messrs. F. N. Bodding tcn (chairman). J. W. Croker. and D. J. O'Connor. Mr. Senior Surveyor- Johnson ' ap peared for the Crown. ? ' Special Leases Carter, S.R.. 43/G,;rccd. 22Sac., 'groz- inj. 10 years at annual rent of £1/2/6, Applicant not present. Whitlield. J.. 44/3, reed. abt. 2ac.. giazin-j, 10 years, ann. rent £1. inclus ive- 18 for Crown Improvements., by ccneont. ' ?* - ; '' Ciiattaway. C. E., 44/4, reed..', 8ac.. gin/.in;;. 10 years. Ann rent' £3/4/: in ilusiw: £1 4 0 for .Crown Improve ments. by consent. ? . ' ? L.uwdon. G\. 3215. reed, extension, t-riii. 13 years., grazir.j and agric. Ann. rent £5 11 11, by consent. lit.yd. C. A.. 32 (i.. reed, extension, ti'iin. 14 years., grazing and agri euatirc. Ann. rent £21/ 0 8, inclusive £7 17, ii for ti.se of Crown Improve ments. by consent. C'l'.iivcrsian Beazley. E.. C.P....
HOSPITAL CONTRIBUTION SCHEME Continuity of Service is Preserved Result of Vigorous Protests by M.B. Associations [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 3 July 1946
hospital; CONTRIBUTION SCHEME Continuity of Service is Preserved Result of Vigorous Protests by H.B. Associations As an outcome of the protests made by the H.B.A. and other organisations j affected by the recent decision of the. Minister for Health. Mr. Kelly, to wipe' out all country benefit .schemes, while j the schemes have now ceased to exist it has been possible to preserve1 the benefits and some form of organisa tion to carry on. It must be clearly understood that ' the H.B.A. went out of existence on' June 30, that is; on Sunday, but sub scribing members will be able to pre-1 serve their benefits if they join up' with the Metropolitan Hospital Col lection Fund before the end of this month. ' In the meantime, the officers of the H.B.A. will continue to function a ; an agcncy of the Metropolitan Fund un til matters are straightened out. | In the case of Goulburn. Mr. Jack son. the secretary there, is prepare:! to assist the contributors . in th: change-over. This means that . i...
FELL FROM TRAIN [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 4 July 1946
FELL FROM TRAIN Mr. W. Andrews, of Binaiony. was ir:r.urnina home from Sydney on the day train. When at Yass Junction he thought that tile train liad stoppod, mid stepped out. faUin» between the train and platform. He suffered in juries in the hack and both arms. 'Ihe r.uiv.ay staff rendered first-aid until the ambulance arrived, and cci'vcyed the injured man to the Yass District Hospital. The prompt action of the railway employees in slopping the tra;:i probably saved Mr. An drews':, MR-.
TWO CAR COLLISIONS IN CANBERRA [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 4 July 1946
TWO CAR COLLISIONS IN CA.ViJKKKA Grea.sy nn-Jr, and poor observation were co:Uriuuti!ig Jaclovs to two road accidents at ni:;lU. The lirst occurred in f.Iort Street. Civic Centre, when a utility truck driven by Mr. Victor Moon. 'Of Po ver.ii-: street. Ainslic. collided with a car driven by Mr. N. M. Moore, of Me Qttaid street. Quaanbeynn. Ko one was injured, and Ihv ve hiries were cr.ly sliyhtly damaged. Less than an hour later two curs collided at the corner of Girraliwecn and Torrais str-jels. Neither of the drivers. Mr. R. F. Kelly, of Torrens atreet. Bradsion. or Mr. R. McMillan, of llcdcllc' Gardens. Ainslie. was injured, although til ecars were badly damaged, and had to be towed away.
FAR WEST CHILDREN'S HEALTH SCHEME [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 4 July 1946
FAR WEST CHILDREN'S IIKAI.TH .SCHKMK Tlif Far Wost Children's Him:;:. Scheme was lionorcd recently v. li--;: Her liL.yul Highness. Tiic Diiclu-.'.- '.: Uli'.t:;c. tci'. visited the Home. A .-pivial n.ou;:ny of the council va lu-kl tfi deal with th.« n-r.nliilirnis iii .?eiile.l at the annual State coiifi-ivn: Sister D. Plati l;a.s taken over ii:a: .'? i[ Clinic car No. 2. in the noitli-wc-. La.si nujiith 'Zi cii:l'.l!L'ii we:v .uiiir; tc-d to the Home for treatnu'ir. ;n:-! 21 remrncil to their home.-. -i;sr::i:; tlie ino'.nh.
TWO COOTAMUNDRA BOYS BECOME DOCTORS ABROAD [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 4 July 1946
TWO COOTAr.ll'NMlA IIOVS UKCOMi; DOCTORS AUROAI1 Schvyn A. Miller, vice-principal of ; Jchn Oliver Hiyh Snicel. who has been awarded the i..-j;iw of doctor of peda fco^y by the Uni-.crsity of Toronto, was born in Coo!a:n'.i!idra. son of Mr. i Alitk Mii.cr. ol ll.e ??I.iUledali- Mil lers'. !i:-, mol':i-r was Hilda Barnc-s.| 'daughter of the late- E. P. Barnes. J.P. Then- c.-ii, mi'lhi.-r Dr. MilW- in Vancouver. Dr. William Miller, sun of the late William Miller, and also Ijomi in Coolmmmcir.i. Hi; i* a Doctor --: Dentistry, and has a tine pract '.'?( in the City of Vancouver. Hi.s ir.c.Mu-r, was Nellie Barnes, oldest d;ni'hi«T ni , the hue E. P. Barnes. ?
LOCAL & GENERAL SUCCESSFUL STREET STALL [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 4 July 1946
LOCAL & GENERAL SUCCESSFUL STItEET STALL I Excellent results were achieved by I the .street stall held by Junior Ret! ! Cross mi'mfccrs at Cootninundra In- 1 Ur High School .and at the Primary ' Stlic^l lately. Tin; effort 'cleared £10. iiuw loruaul:-.! lor Junior Red Cross ? ? -i .i-:i i*i^ t This sift will further the work of the four Junior lleii Cross , Homes, which b:ii)!j health tu such num'.x n; ' oi doii-.-ate children of service nnd ex- I servicemen. It is by such efforts on the part ui boys and ?jirLs of the J.R.C. ' in nil parts of New South Wales that funds lo .support tlr.' homvs 'two ai i Ramsgatc and two at Letirai are uc- j tually rained by vnihtusiastlu members ol tho Red Cros.;.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 4 July 1946
MSM6/H _^ ? ,. ^ ? SIGNIFYING UNCHANGING HIGH QUALITY Arccpu-J u-itii .-.ijt i|ncstiun in every P^rt of the worl.i.thc British hall-mark Minifies ruu! Ji'i'irantccs unchanging hmh qitnlirv. The HJinKirah hall-mark, diTivcJ rVom the City arms, has been a 'vml-.i! oi ii!u-!i.inmn;i]uality since the yv.-.r i 4S5.Tlicsyir.Uil of sterlingquality founJ only upic. confectionery of the holiest -»r:u!i- s the signature OLD GOLD CHOCOLATE 1 ? Vli - - -.-^M.A.C ? ,RjU^E^R^S;:.©^4#S- ? ?? THE GREAT NAME IN CONFECTIONERY Confidently fflSSlB Recommending nail accpptHiiic if tin1 nilvirn on the biilc— |w|u|||J] c-prlnin ili.-.i i In- ilc-risimi lo Inko it will lie Hg§RY£r|Y|^H fdllowcd b\ satisriK'timi ill the luunllin;; ^QmiE^f^P of tlic Hip. Winelii-onil'i-. C.'iirsoifs skilful, tlmrimslily nltciilivr. work us Mlllne brokers cuniliiiK-d with their lirst rale? pi|iiipiiifiit fur ilisplayinc tht ?beep's slnplp, act as a strong safeuuuril for Kroivtrs. Writo— ? *. Winchcombe, .Carson Ltd. Wnclieoni...
AUSTRALIA'S. WOOL CHEQUES [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 4 July 1946
AUSTRALIA'S WOOL CHEQUES The figures for the industry which, over the leng years, has been regard ed as 'the main-Stay of Australia' arc i. vcr interesting, ana particulurly in the ? Cootamundra - district. At one iipi-imt nir mon rt' flip hind uiTc innri- fcr wheat than wool; (hull the trend was more favcrable to the sheep. New wheat is inclined to come inln its own again. Anyway, 'tweie better nul.to iiare all the eggs in the one basket. 'Mixed farming !' is the inotlii '. I'ui instance, it is ?? found that pigs pay. lh::nks largely' to the big fattnry in fur midst. The abattoir which is soon to luiietion — it, too, should give a filip. Dairying, as will, is another stand-by fi.r our primary producers, l'cultry anil eggs should runic in lor more attention, a la Tenii.ni ami dis trict, where eggs rank nt-ar the top of the successes fur the iiilau:! areas of -\.b.W. As for Australia'* ivuol eliecitie: To the end of the financial year. June 30, it amounted to £;18. Hid. ::;::. Thi.s ...
HITLER "Died on April 30" [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 4 July 1946
HITLER 'Died on April 30' NCJREMBURG. Tlmivd:iy: -I ;„„ able to say that Uiiiyr c'uri oil April! 30, 1945, between 2 p.m. :-iM :j im:,' [ carried out Hlllefs wife, mui i ...iW Hitler in a Ijlanke!.' tlccliirccl HiUir's cliaffeur, Hans Ednek Kmhj)1.;!!. ?jivins; evidenca at the r:ner:.ati:i:,a! 'th'-' bnnnl. I ] Asked if it rMIy u:is Hlil-.-r. Kemplru replied: ri v.-.i, a ,sm.,n blniilci-t. and Kltlo.-.s I-.. K?lv i,ai,3-j ing out.' ' | I
INCOME TAX BILL Reduction This Year [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 4 July 1946
i income tax !bill Reduction This Year CANBERRA, Thursday: Mr. chit ley expects to introduce a bill into Parliament during the week after next providing- for reduction of ??.!- come taxes in the current financial year. Mr. Chifley gave a particular ir. stance cf the proposed reductions. A man with an income of £1000 a year, and supporting a wif-j and two cli.l dren. he said, would pay taxation of 21 7 '10 as from July 1. | This compared wiMi a lax of ilMa in the financial yenr just ended. Mid 12R5 in I he peak yp.ir. IL'U. i The porcont.u'.r uc'-.ict:on in amount or tax lo be p;iki. h- -aifl. was ili.7. comiinvcd with l'j!- a;m 23 p;-r ve:»t. cnmjm'cd with l'j;:!. It v.'ii.s |:-arn:-;! l.iicr that, in this in .siai.ee. tlv taxpiii-er -.-.ill retain nu '?xtr.i 7U pr:i:-c lor --;u-h pnuml ot lii- li ?-?fiUK' C:nr.p:ired with 1013. p-.i!; ?? '- (.1 ! 'ixa!ii:n. t ! » i -; laxpnycr will. i- 'r- eiup-ii! yen-. Ije l;:.-lt.M- off to ii»- I'xtc.i1. t.i l ! i r cki-J! jiomiil of; 1:;.. .:ci...