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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 9 August 1946
tOST,' between Young's slaughter yards and Corby's slaughter, one i achet brace. Reward on returning to Youth's Butchery. * LOST, gold-flecked Conklin fountain pen. Reward. J. A. Cunningham, Pub lic Works. LOST, swan fountain pen. in or near ? post office, last Tuesday. Please re .turn to. Rev. H. Perkins. ... R°lex gold watch, with black wrist-band, please return to 2G Cooper street. LOST, orange-colored Pomeranian tlogi ' answers to name of 'Fritz.' Re ward on returning to 108 Murray st. LOST, Evening Bag. from supper room table, Wednesday night. Please [/return to this office. Sentimental '. Value. TOR SALE, gas fire, six mantles, very 'Jlttle use-.- -Apply tills office-. ? FOR SALE, dual-wave l-5.-valve A.C. Krlesler Radio, floor .model, thorough ^conditioned. An absolute, bargain at £10. dig Scott's, 110 Wallendoon st. ?FOli SALE, Weatherboard House, for removal from present site, o rooms. ; good condition. Apply D. J. Quinlan, ? Stockinbingal. ... FOR SALE, Imperial Super Dies...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 9 August 1946
RETURN THANKS - jyjRS. F. COLE and Family wish to sincerely thank the sisters ? and nurses of the Sacred Heart' Hospital, the doctors, Monslgnor McKenna, Hev. Fr. MacDonough, and all friends, for | their kind attention and expressions of sympathy during their recent sad bereavement. . . t 1*HE family, of the late. R. W.„Tlcc hurst wish to sincerely Jbankyre- I lattves and all friends for their. ex- pressions of sympathy in their recent sad bereavement. Will all please- ac cept tills as personal. ' ; . J WISH to sincerely thank the doctor. matron, sisters and nursing staff of the District Hospital for their kind attention to 111c during my operation and convalescence. — L. Winters. IN MEMORIAM ^ EAR.— In memory of our cobbers, Bobby and Kenny Dear, who paid the supreme sacrifice. They shall not grow old as we Who are left to grow old, ... Age shall not weary them. But with the' going down' of tHfe' sun, And 'in the monjlng We shall; reniembfer them. — Inserted !by 'Les and Jimmy Conn...
CHURCH NOTICES CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 9 August 1946
CHURCH NOTICES CHURCH OF ENGLAND.. . . Friday, August 9, Choir Practice 7.15. ' Sunday, August 11, 8th Sunday af'.cr| Trinity, Christ Church 8, Holy Com-, munion; Evensong 7.30. Wallendbeen 11, Holy Communion; Stockinbingal Evensong. Rev. A. .W. Harris, Rector. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH ?' , Committee meeting for Tuesday '6th: postponed till Wednesday, 14th August., Friday: Choir Practice 7.30 p.m. (note alteration In time)j Children's frolic, Scots Hall, 7 p.m. till 9.30. Sunday: Scots Church,, 11. ajn.,. Mr. C. J. Raff; 7.30 p.m., Rev. H.. Perkins. Brawlln, 11 a.m., Bethungra, 3' p.m. Meeting Parish Hall, Monday, at- 8: Reformation of Inter-church, group. Rev. Harold Perkins, , Minister. METHODIST Thursday, August 8: Sunday School Teachers in Sunday School ^ Hall, 7.30, Filday afternoon: Street — Stall, Sunday, August 11; Cootamundra, 1,1 and 7.30. Rev. R. J. Cashin; J5udau man 3, Rev. R. J. Cashin; Sunday In Cootamundra at 2.30. Rev. -,;R. J. Cashin, Minister... ? ? ? .
WHAT'S ON? (As Advertised in This Issue.) [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 9 August 1946
WHAT SON? (As Adverfised in This Issue.) Fri.. Aug. !): Mr. Warren McDonald, Country Party candidate for Hume! will spfnk in the Assembly Room at 8 p.m. ! Sun.. Aug. li; Cootamundra A.L.P.: Campaign .Meeting, Railway In stitute, 3 p.m. ( | Sun.. Aty. U; Football on Fisher Park., Cootamundra v. Tumut, and, . two eiuly matches, commencing at noon. Wed... Allj; 14; Dance and Rnchrn Party. Town Hall, in aid of Com merce Queen. Thtirs.. Alls. 15: Bethungra annual Convent bail. Fri.. Aug.* 10: Boy Scouts' and Cubs' ?street stall. Wrd., August 21; Church ot England Rail hi the Town Hall. Wed.. Aug. 23: Cootamundra Turf Club's Victory cup Meeting. lues., Sept. a- Young Show. Wed., sept. 4; Young Show. Auctions Sat., Aug id; Furniture Sale by Mr. G. B. Black. Tues., Aug, 13; Goulbtirn Special Sheep sale by Farmers and Grazk-vs. Pri.. Aug. 1G: cootamundra Fort nightly Market. I uesdny, Aug. 20: Muttama monthly' market. ' |
NEW SYSTEM OF TAX REFUNDS [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 9 August 1946
NEW SYSTEM OF TAX REFUNDS A new system of tax refunds for those under tlie 'pay as you earn' system may be introduced at the end of next year. j Taxation officials are now examining a scheme under which taxpayers with their assessments will receive cheques for any refunds due. At the Mime time, it is proposed that taxpayers who have underpaid in their instalments will receive with their as sessments a notice requiring them to j pay the balance within a month.
WOOL AND TOP PRICES SOUTH AFRICAN TRADE [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 9 August 1946
WOOL AND TOP PRICES SOUTH AFRICAN TRADE Winchcombe Carson Ltd. report; On present indications, a revision in prices for Bradford tops will be necessary when wool auctions commence. Exist ing ciiiotations for 70's average merino tops in Yorkshire are 45,'d. per lb. | for home use. and 48d. for export. Aver age 64's top.-, are 43 !d. and 47d. On j the basis at which fc'.lmongered wools | arc being sold, those tops could not be made at the figures quoted. Since tlie war .started, rates for tops ? In Bradford were stabilised by the | British Control. The price of the raw material was on a fixed basis. Costs of the sheep's staple will be subject to variation when auctions open m Aus tralia and the United Kingdom. Mini- I mum reserves will exist, but they are | the lowest values at which wool will , be sold. Present indications point to! rates being appreciably above that level, particularly for the good length free to fairly free lines which Bradford prefers. Offerings of that class are ...
BATTERIES [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 9 August 1946
BATTERIES CjEND for tlie Marshall Booklet on the choice and care of Batteries. It's free and post free. It has IB large pages telling you how to save money on Batteries, how to iustal, choose, and get trouble-free battery service. No obligation at all. Just state the purpose for which you use batteries, and ask for free booklet. Write to The Marshall Battery Mf^. Co., 33A Harbour St., Sydney. 1
COOTAMUNDA'S COMMUNITY CENTRE The Next Step [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 9 August 1946
COOTAMUNDA'S COMMUNITY CENTRE The Next Step Now that the fog of uncertainty has rolled away and the general public of | Cootamundra lias decided tiiat its War j Memorial shall take the form of a , Community Centre, tile sunny road of success stretches ahead. There's work [ to be done before the objective is achieved: there's money to be giVen; but this is a generous community and ! wiii give freely, for the Community ! Centre which will so greatly benefit all residents of the town and country children, youth and adult. The next .step, then, is to give. There wu.s un inspiring ieuu ,111 1111& uii te- j tion at the public meeting on August G. when tlie Town ?' . Council donatecl 1 £5000 and Mr. and Mrs. W. H..L. Con-, key £100. Who :will' folio jvi on? /Now; is the time for all good men and wo men to come to' the aid of the com- 1 munity. | With a view to putting the plan of a | community centre adopted at the pub- j lie meeting into . concrete form 'tying up any loose edges, ...
PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 9 August 1946
PERSONAL Miss E. Brendon is holidaying with Miss Pat O'Sullivan in Ganmain. | Mr. Les. Winters has been discharged from the District Hospital, where he underwent an operation. I Mrs. Tom Meale. of Cootamundra, received the sad news at the week-end i ef the sudden death of her sister, Mrs. Black, of| Mosmnn. .1 Constable Joe Randall, of Tumut, has i received notification ol his transfer to Orange. Gundagal's Chief of Police. S'gt. J. R. Brlndlc, takes his departure fori Orange on August 23 next. His sue- j ccssor, S'gt. Ilinde. will arrive in Gun dagai on the 21st inst. Adclong policeman, constable Mar shall. will shortly be leaving for Bigga, to which centre lie has been trans ferred. He will be succeeded at Ade long by Constable Reynolds, of Bigga. i Mr. Ken Robertson Is now reiiev tng station master at Gundagai. Mr. j Minoghue. who was in charge until Wednesday last, litis been transferred to Gaiong. The death occurred suddenly at Denlllquin on Tuesday of Mr. Murray Wyse. propriet...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 9 August 1946
SMALL ADVTS.— Wanted,, Found, Lost, To-Let, For .Sale, etc..— ai^o, Cd per line per issue (6 .words to a line), with a minimum charge of 1/8. WANTED, waitress, : housemand 'iind relieving maid.- Appiy Railway Hotel W ANTED, urgently, by ex-Servicer .man. .^business owner), and. wife, PurT nished;Flat. Phong -253, cootamundra. WANTED, 200 tons of, wood. Apply H. Allen,- Ohamen- streetr-—- WANTED, cottage, Fla^,.ori_ Hooms, accomodate two.- Appi/. -this ottlce. . WANTED, Transport : to, ^Meibourne of small quantity of FragUe QoQds within six weeks; - Apply -this- ofiioe^^ ' 1 WANTED, 2 to 5, h, p.: Electric .Motor, urgently.., .Particulars to E. Anderson, 52 Thompson street.--: 1 WANTED, Twq: Young ,.',/ Ladies, . to work at the Silver Star Cafe. . '?OST. last Sundajvi.child's knitted Balaclava Apply this office. LOST, Glove, from the Railway Ten-i 'Ls Court. Please return same to this office. ? ? ? ? .. ; SHOP WITH'' ' *? our i : advertisers ! AND mention what you saw ADVERTISED ?n t...
STOCKINBINGAL [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 9 August 1946
STOCKINBINGAL Mr. and Mr?. Dill Mnlier and daugh ter Lola left on Thursday's train for Sydney, where they will stay a few j days prior to going to Newcastle, where they are to make their home. I Both. Mr. T. Baldwin and Mr. Mars- , dcu Poole left at the beginning of the week for Sydney, whore t hey will at tend the F. and S. Association confer- ( encc as Stockinbingal deicsgates. | Mr. S. A. West, auctioneer, reports a very .successful auction sale on ao coiir.t of Mr. Dili Muhct' on Saturday i last. Tlie members of the local Red Crcs.« Society catered for afternoon tea. a : the re.stilt— C13— is for the local ? Anti-T..'. quota appeal. | Tho monthly meeting of the P. and ( C. Association was held In the school room on Tuesday night last, the pre sident occupying the chair. One Stockinbingal tennis team visit ed Yannawah on Sunday last, and was beaten by the home team by one set. Another stockinbingal team played a team from St. Paul's club. Temora. on the Stockinbingal courts and w...
CRUMBS [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 9 August 1946
CRUMBS All N.SAV. collieries were working yesterday— t lie fourth trouble-free day j Hits year. Discharged servicemen and women ? ,.... Ol ...|,„ h-iee seen scrvicc Ollt untior ji. ? side Australia, will be entitled to vote at the Federal elections. E-'tablislinient of a world loud boatd to stabilise prices on the world mar- I kct.s has been suggested Wool auctions will be held in Sydney I.. ,1... fleet uneL- nf September. German mothers allege Russians stripped seven districts ol Brandenburg province of youths. The Governor of New South Wales lias given an assurance that members of the British Occupation Force in Japan were not 'tremendously uncom fortable.' There is always a demand for babv towelling squares, and that is why Bruderiins always have some in stock. Priced from 3') a dozen and li coupons, the towelling .-.jUares tit Bnic'erlin.s are extciiciii uiltie. . Supplies ol gtlin lr'ots are aiw.iy.' on hand at The Comiar: Slice Store. All sizes tor both men ai d women can l-i,...
EX-SERVICEMEN'S CLUB AT TEMORA TO ADMIT CIVILIANS [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 9 August 1946
EX-SERVICEMEN'S CLUB AT TEMORA TO ADMIT CIVILIANS Temora H.S.L. has decided to cstab-| lLsh an ex-servicemen's club -° w ,,cl\ approved civilians will be admitted. I A thrcc-vear lease of a main Shnn has been taken for clubrooms at n rental of £8 11 wec':- I The if S.L. will '.sub-let tlie premises to a eliib which will he n separate body. A -sum of £700 lias been advanced to equip the club. It will be repaid by the club at tlie minimum rate of £10 a month. Ex-servicemen will be admitted as members at £1 1 ' » year, and approved civilians will also be admitted at a subscription of £2 2/ a year. The premises will provide room for n repatriation officer and R.S.L. .seere- j tary, and provision will be made for a ] room for the secretary of the Legion of Ex-scrviccinen.
POLL ON SATURDAY HALF-HOLIDAY Sought by Temora F. and S.A. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 9 August 1946
POLL ON SATURDAY HALF-HOLIDAY Sought by Temora F. and S.A. The Teiiioru District Council of the Farmers and Settlers' Association lias requested the Temora Municipal Council to conduct a referendum on the question of the Saturday afteruoun doing of shops. Decision on the matter has been de ferred pending a ruling irom the De partment cf Labor end Industry as to whether n |) .1. if 'aken. would be lim ited to th'' i: -mi. ' roll for Temora. Tlie town clerk said it api-eared tc him that, in the event of the council agreeing to meet the request and con duct a poll within tlie prescribed daws, those entitled to vote would b:: limited to Temora residents enrolled on the municipal roll. In holding this opinion, he said .he was taking it that; the municipality . of Temora is a. 'shopping district' un der Section 98 of , the Act. and, that there has not been constituted any 'shopping district' beyond the muni cipality of Temora and incorporating such municipality. The town clerk further exp...
REFRIGERATION! [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 9 August 1946
? KEritHiKKATION*. Mr. Jack Masiing. of A.E.R. services j Parker Strrot. is an expert on hund-j linn any rotriueration problems, and now is the time to have small troub'.-.-s remedied before the liot weather ar rives. He has :i lari:: range of spare parts: in fact, one of tl'.r biggest stocks in the ccimtry. Phone -'tH. and you will re ceive prompt i'.'tivition
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 9 August 1946
SAVE MONEY BY MAKING ONE PINT OF HEENZO COUGH REMEDY Costs Only Two Shillings p the 'u:u' of Sir Hurry Lauder. Miss Gladys MonCrief, Mr. Peter Dawson. Mr. Will Mahoney, and other famous people who tht,jr and colds with the fam0ILS mo, _ saving, t|tiick relief, and nice-to-take HEENZO COUGH REMEDY. Think of the money you save when you ,ul(. 2/ bottle of concentrated HEENZO to sweetened water, ;tiui ums malu, Q Pint of the very best eotmu nll(, cnm remedy money can buv liFFMvn COUGH REMEDY. delav HEENZO today. ' '? j
GOULBURN WOOL SALES Last Season's Top Prices [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 9 August 1946
f.Ot'LIU it.N WOOL SAI.KS Last Season's lop I'lii es Comparative top prices .-''.'reii at noulburn and Sydney tile past season Indicates '.he i-\ -??- lent quality of the clips .-!!? :? j Gouiburn: — ! I Merino fleece. Golds worth Ir \Y Hi:i!.i ' | Ya-'s. Gotilburn 40'. Sydney ?! 1 'Broken. Gold.v.vorth F.W. Uiala Ya £41. 21 ; necks. Goldsworth F.W !ha- Yas.s. L'4. 20i: pieces. E.C. Wet.n Ill: bellies. Goldsworth F.W. 15,, ;. Yas.s. 17. KM: Locks. Covan Creel: I 11; crossbred J'eece. O.C. Miiinua. -? 1 22i: necks. Wiuderadeen. 21 j tircknn. OH. Miancn. 21. — : : : rernd«i'c Crooktvcll. 21. — : i.-imbs. . O.P.R. Leestjli. 20. 19,: eittiieback lleece. RHT Clirevaie. 23. 22. With the assurance that l)iiyi:i-4 in terests throughout the world will he represented at the forthcoming Goitl burn wool auctions, which open on the 10th October, it is safe to predict that Goulbtirn prices will continue to more then h:;l.l their own with those of ether centres.
ANTI-T.B. ASSOCIATION OF N.S.W. Stockinbiagal Sub-branch [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 9 August 1946
WM-T.H. ASSOCIATION OF N.S.W. Strte.'.-inliimjal Siib-braneii I Ti'.e Stiickiiio.i'.Jai Anti-T.B. Con' mittee (Uvmsc m acknowledge wit' thanks tho loliow.ng donatio!!;; !-- t»e above :!!????.:? j Previoir !y it: ',::v«vle:igcd .. £31 10 0, Mr a;,d Ml.-. C 0 10 II Mr. urn! Sir-. 1' R. Loiterton 1 ' -? Mrs. A. nu-ivii.r-.''s ? n 10 0 Mr. S R':-a:i ? 020 Mr. J. Haul'.' ? 0 - °i ,\;r. ,1. Harvey ? 0 - 0 | Mr. M. Uremia;': ? t! a tl i M'\ .lack l.':'.i:;e .-ey .... II 2 0 1 Mr. i.nd Mrs. I.. Green .... 0 10 !l | ? ? ? M.Jnt O r, Oi Mr a:id Mrs. Sam Masters .. 0 10 0 j Mr. and Ml';. J. Wilson .... 0 5 tl j Totr.l receivi-.l to date .. H'.l't 16 'i| I'';u tlier douations are invited. !
IN THE CAUSE OF PEACE [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 9 August 1946
IN THE CAUSE OF I'LACE We must seek constantly to make 'in full contribution toward the es- ' lablishnieiit and practice ot the .su premacy of justice and of fair dealing j for all people and stales, large and l i small. The power that happens to be j ! in the hands of curtain nations must. 1 never he used for any purpose which j is net in accordance with justice. And ' lite formulation of international law to embody justice must be speeded. Those social and economic conditions which create n climate for peace must l:e advanced. . . . We must realise that we live in a world where the sover eignty of no nation, not even the most powerful, is absolute. There is no such thing as complete freedom of decision for any nations. Let its . . . march torward in the cause of peace, with a greatness worthy oi our heritage and ot the men who gave lives on distant battlegrounds.— Edward U. Stettinius. Jnr.
TRIALS WITH SUMMER LETTUCE IN THE BATLOW DISTRICT [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 9 August 1946
TRIALS WITH SUMMER LETTUCE IN THE I5ATLOAV DISTRICT In co-opsration with the Batlow Co operative Packing House Limited, the Division of Plant Industry of the De partment of Agriculture proposes to conduct trials this summer with the object cf determining whether sum- 1 m;r lettuce can be grown successfully in the Batlow district for marketing during the summer months in Sydney ar.d ii'lar.d districts. Experience lias shown, states Mr. A. C. Orman. special agricultural iii strucior of the department, that sum mer lettuce are usually in vary short supply during the months of December. January, and February, owing to the fact that the conditions under w'nhii they are normally grown are not suit able for optimum production. It 'is considered, however, that summer let tuce could be grown very .successfully under irrigation in districts having a high altitude, provided facilities un available for the extraction of tho field heat by cold storage prior to despatch to market. The Batlow Pack...