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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 1 July 1946
I -AUNT i I MARTS | j BAKING P3WDER i J ilways ensures success, «'ncr. ?„ j „ltS ony good plain S i flour. Crusty, light sconc-s. ri^.y p-!-r. crust and pastryt ? i even textured, light sponges and coo'-ies are certain J ; when you use AUNT MARY'S BAKING POWDER. J J Famous for over 70 years! AVAILABLE EVERYWHERE. ! I I Vilelilades now more easili| obleisieble ? You, pc. baps, were one uf those unfortunates who li.nl lo pve up 'Valu' shaving when Valet Blades became scarcc. Valet Ul.ules are now b.ick. again in reason able -.|iuiUities. .! .v,... 1 Get out 'the old Valet . . . put ,!in n 'branci;' ' 5 new blade anil lather up for the best shave j you've bad in years. ? , I .Valet' AUTOSTROP RAZOR BLADES ve/taa ieWsBiu1' |- W developed a portable pipeline h that was like a seven - league ; petrol pump! ' !j', Ii enabled the Allies lo chase the k enemy farther ami luster than i ; enemies had cliilpctl before | sinee llic world began. I I'1' '' reward other tliiin the. */ satisfaction «...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 1 July 1946
THE WISE GRAZIER REVIEWS HIS WILL MANY « Grazier reviewing the Will lie gipnnl some '''yearVugOfiiU&^Herm^finiini^'ci anil shoukeil io find how rhnnges in oirctimfitaiiccs, ' family or eeo mimic, have altered his real intentions. One tiling i* certain. Never before has it heen mure e.*sehti:il that the management of your Kstate. after your death, should' J }-e in capable hand-. ?« ? There is a happy solution t-v- * this problem. You jnay appoint 'Cefpetuul Trustee Company ? ? ^l.ipiit'ed - lis your Kxecutor, in eniijunetioii %vitli a friend or relative if you so desire, and thud 'ensure 'absolute security for \oiir family. The Company has sixty year^ experience in the management of Country Estates. Its pastoral inspection work i.-; always in cupuble hnntls. Write for a ropy of the inter esting and informative booklet, 'Your Kxeeiitor and Trustee*/' which will he gladly sent upon request. It explains the service the Coiiiptfriy rentiers and what it co«ts. PERPETUAL TRUSTEE Co...
RECORD RIDE AROUND AUSTRALIA PER PUSH BIKE NIGH 50 YEARS AGO CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 1 July 1946
RECORD RIDE AROUND AUSTRALIA PER PUSH BIKE NIGH 50 YEARS AGO (By Donald Mackay, C.B.E.) CHAPTER I. The idea of cycling round Australia oil n bicycle was first thought of by Mr. W. Virgin, about two years before it was attempted. At the time, I was communicating with W.V.. trying to get him to accom pany me in a trip across Australia Darwin to Aelalde to attempt to lower Coleman and Mather's record: but business had prevented him under takir..; the trip. In one of his letters he asked me my opinion re the round trip; and in my reply I o.rcrcd lo to Willi him. as I thought it would be a trip in which I thought there would be risk and ex citement. I also uttered to pay his ex penses: but at iln* last moment he had to nlinnrtrm thp idea. I I also tried to get Mr. J. Murif 'the first man to cross Australia on whorls i, but with 110 better success. So. as I did not care for a lOtiely ride, it passed out of my mind. In May '99. I made arrangements to leave tor Eughnd; but the day I wa; to ...
HIROSHIMA AND NAGASAKI [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 1 July 1946
HIROSHIMA AND NAGASAKI LONDON. Monday: Sensational details of the atom bomb explosions over Hiroshima and Nagasaki have just been revealed for the first tune At Hiroshima 80,000 were killed out cf a population of 320,000. At Naga saki the death roll iy33 40,000 out of a population of 260,000. The effect was the same as if a 10-ton bomb had been dropped by the R.A.F. over a mcdel town built to the ; scale of Gulliver's 'Lilliput' — one inch . to a foot. '
GUNMAN STEALS CAR Greek Fires at Him in Sydney Street [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 1 July 1946
GUNMAN STEALS CAR Greek Fires at Him in Svdnev Street Police are searching for a gunman who fled from a Greek at Darling hurst late on Saturday night, after the Greek, in gaining repossession of liis stolen truck, wrested a revolver from the gunman, and fired a shot at him as he disappeared into the darkness. Shortly before midnight the Greek icon. George), a carrier, of Rcdfern, was walking along crown street, when he saw his truck, which had been stolen 25 minutes earlier from the' city, 'jumping on the running board, he grpppled with a youth who was at the steering wheel. ? The youth allegedly attempted to draw a revolver, but George pinned his arm, and. with the other hand, steered the lorry into an adjoining street. The youth broke free and fled, just as George gained possession of the thief's revolver. i
COMPETITION FOR VACANT COTTAGE P.M. Had to Decide [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 1 July 1946
COMPETITION FOR VACANT COTTAGE P.M. Had to Decide Two protected persons, returned' soldiers, applied to Thursday's sitting j of Junee Court of Petty Session for a - warrant to take possession of a house! in Dalley street. The apllcants were: I Frank Thomas Mead, railway clerk, I ex-A.I.F.. served between 1939 and 194G. and Jack Talbot, railwayman.' ex-R.A.A.F.,. served between 1941 and 1945. ? ? | Mead was able , to tell the court that because of the housing shortage he. had to board in Junee while , his i wife lived in Sydney with their child, j He was also , dejlrous of providing ac commodation i for ..his wife's foster- j mother, who ,ha^l .reared his wife and1 her twin sister after, her mother's 4e/i mise. His circumstances were such' that he was spending between 25/ ,-ina 30/. a week, above, his income. ? ,'.... I . , Talbot told the,.court .he .was. Uv- J ing under conditions of great, incon venience. with his sister-in-law, Mi's Jenkins, of Crown street. He had (l1 wife and c...
STRIKE INTERRUPTS MELBOURNE PICTURES Patrons Clamor for the Return of Their Money [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 1 July 1946
STRIKE INTERRUPTS MELBOURNE PICTURES Patrons Clamor for the Return of Their Monay MEI.FOURNE. Monday: All pic ture thsaiu-s ia the city and suburbs were closed an Hatnrday night by the strike of projee: .unists and electricians after many ih aires had admitted patro.is. I It had been iir.ped that a stop-work 'nice; ir:; r: w members, of the Tl'.ea'.ri'-al Kmi)l'yees' Union would I nol (.a j ;h.- men out un strike. When I t)ie -.vie railed out, shortly after 7.30. many iheaires were packed, and there weir runfused scenes as people srramfci'd to yet their admission incmrv M-iurnrd. .\t i!i. S a i' Theatre office refunds j involved m=re than 3000 people, i T!u- ..Hike followed, a dispute over j holiday pay fw Victory Day.
SHAMFIGHT WITH THE COMMUNISTS Statement by Sir Earle Page [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 1 July 1946
SHAMF1GHT WITH THE COMMUNISTS Statement by Sir Earie Page The periodic sham fight of the Labor Party with 111? Communists is staged again, as usual. Just before an election. The last outburst on this scale whs before the 1940 election, held in Oc tober. when the anti-Communist, the! Official Labor Party, and the com-! munist Labor Party all were openly in ; conflict, hut exchanged preferences.! Bv June, 1941, they all had coalescsd. despite the great pre-election fight. Within a few months of the Labor Government taking office, the ban on the Communists, imposed by the Ivlen zies Government, was lifted. And ever since the Communists have di rected the prlicy of the Labor Party. They were the spearhead of it.s elec tion campaign in 1943. and of ihe| referendum fight in 1944. and. rlsjhq up to the present, are dictating its foreign and industrial policy. Despite all this bold talk on the political side, the great Labor unkris, with one notable exception, are under Communist influence....
19 MINES IDLE 11,000 Tons Lost [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 1 July 1946
19 MINES IDLE ' 11,000 Tons Lost On the eve of the State Cabinet meeting in discuss the coal supply crisis, it is reported from the N.S.W. coalfield today that 19 pits are idle, including all South Coast mines, where the men are staging a protest meet ing against the dust menace and workers' compensation provisions foi miners. Today's coal loss is estimated at about 11.000 tons.
CAR COLLISION IN JUNEE Court Sequel [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 1 July 1946
CAR COLLISION IN JUNEE Court Sequel . I i A, collision occurred at the inter-] section of Broadway arid Park Lane, Junee, at 6.30 p.m. on April 28, ? be tween two cars, and Bruce Stephen Kanaley was before the court of Petty Sessions last Friday. John Mortimer Macadam and James Isaac Macadam, of Kemp street, gave evidence that both cars were proceeding at a steady pace, es timated to be around 15 miles per hour. 'Just as I was about to turn off Broadway into park Lane the other car came across in front of me,' said the driver. John Macadam. 'When I saw I could not avoid an accident, I did the best I could— applied ? the brakes vigorously. I tried desperately to stop.' James Macadam repudiated a 'sug gestion that, after the accident, when asked by a bystander who was driving, he said, 'I was driving. Oh, no, it was my father.' Bruce -Kanaley said it was not quite dark, and a very bad driving light at; the time. He noticed lights com ing down Broadway, but he mistook them fcr street l...
"HUME TO HAVE 1,000,000 PEOPLE!" [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 1 July 1946
'HUME TO HAVE 1,000,000 PEOPLE !' 'Development of Australia must be (/ii a seaic never before attempted, and we mast accomplish much in the next 10 to 15 years, if we arc to re tain the right to hold this country for Australians.' Mr. Warren McDanaid. Country Party candidate for Hume, said in a broadcast last night. j 'I can see this area of Hume, fr'ml Canberra to Albury, from Tunui r find Tiunburamtiinba to Young and Yass in the north, carrying a population of 1,000.000 people, with thriving towns! nnd local industries, with good hnni::s for all, with power, light, and water I and refrigeration in every one of them.j and with the drudgery gone from housework with the. modern .Ubo.r-. saving .devices..' - - ? I 'I can see good wages and full em ployment: for all, and a happy 'and, contented land. | 'Iti is because 1 believe the Aus-| tralian Country Party stands for this. ' and because our very future as a na- 1 lion depends on whether we develt'.p! this country lo the full. I plac...
CHURCH NOTICES PRESBYTERIAN [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 1 July 1946
CHUPXH NOTICES PRESBYTERIAN I Wednesday. July 3; Girls' Physical Culture. i Friday. July 5; Choir Practice. 3. ] Sunday. July 7; Seots Church. 11. Mr. C. J. Raff: 7.30. Stfek'.nbingal 11 and Muttama Rev. Harold Per kins. minister. METHODIST Wednesday, July 3; Meeting nf C.K. Society 7.30 p.m. Friday, July 5: Choir Pra-iire. 730 1 Boys' Meeting re pascibility of farm, ing Junior Order of Knhlits' Cm! t ,n- : some other bcy.-' .society, a pX). Sunday. July 7: C icta:ntii;d:.t 11 : Mr. A. Cunningham; 7 HO. Hey. R. j ! Cashin; Wallcndb'ei: 11 and Xubba 3 ' Rev. R. J. Cn*hiu. j Cootamundra M:-:hod:-: Chu;;-:i An- ? nlversary nn July 1 1, when Rev. E. W ! Hyde. Chairman o: Synod, will . ju-| duct servinv- j July 11. Circuit Quart v:,;.- Meetitu;
RAIN! BRIGHT PROSPECTS FOR RIVERINA [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 1 July 1946
RAIN! BRIGHT PROSPECTS I FOR R1VERINA With falls varving from 50 points in' parts of Northern Riverina. and I gradually increasing to two inches on' the Murray River and the hill country j around Tumbarumba. the outlook for liiverina farmers has changed com-' pletely. | A few days ago it seemed almost I certain that the .season would be a very poor one, but now the prospe- l.s are particularly good. In the Wagga district tho autumn had been the worst on record, but now the life of the crops has been f-aved. and there also appears to be :i chance cf a good Improvement in the district pastuies. In the heavy wheat country along tile south-west railway line thj out look was very bad. and with falls of around 75 points this area now has prospects of producing some rr;!iy good crops.
THE ATOMIC BOMB DROPPED AT 8 THIS MORNING (SYDNEY TIME) "Weather Almost Perfect" "Bikini Disappeared Amid a Burst of Fire And Water" [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 1 July 1946
THE ATOMIC BOB DROPPED AT 8 THIS MORNING (SYDNEY TIME) 'Weather Almost Perfect' ; 'Bikini Disappeared Amid a Burst of Fire And Water' AT SEA OFF BIKINI. Monday: Tlie atcmio bomb was dropped on Bikini Atoll at 8 o'clock (Sydney time) this murninf;. The weather was almost perfect when the Superfortress 'Dave's Dream' made 'dry' runs over the target area, in which the brightly painted battleship Nevada stooil nut among seventy ships moored there. ISroadraster George I'olster, giv ing an eye description of the test, said Rikini disappeared amid .t burst of fire and water. 'J hero was no early evidenec of a tidal wave, hut a smoke cloud quick ly mushroomed to 50,000 feet. I'olster said that the Japanese battleship Naeato, near the ventre of the target area, was apparently afire. Folster said the shock and noise aboard the U.S.N. Appalachian, from where he was broadcasting. was not great. It was about thirty seconds be fore the shock reached the ship. The explosion apparently af-fcctcd th...
SENSATIONAL N.E.I. COUP Ministers Reported Seized by Armed Men [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 1 July 1946
SENSATIONAL N.E.I. COUP Ministers Reported | Seized by Armed Men Emtcr's A-ieney (|Uote;- the radio at Jogjakarta. Java, as reporting t'nat the Indonesian Republican Premier iDr. Sjaiirii-), wi'.li his Minister for Social Affairs iMajor-Cieneral Hocdibjoj and otliers. were taken from their hotel cn Tliurstlay r.itjlii by armed men. Tlie report has not vet been con firmed from otiiei sources. Tlie Indonesian Republican Presi dent 'Dr. Sockarnoi lias taken over all p.: -.vers t!in«igli3i:; Java 'in vie/. cf occurrences '.'ndangeriug its weii t:'ing and ii:de;-?ndence,' says Ren ter's Agency, quoting the Netherlands E;:. t Indie- Newsagent';,-. Dr. Sockarno's statement, which wa': isMU-d as 'Prjsidential announce intn: ?;?.). 1.' said that he would retain all pti'.vtT.j until normal conditions prevail::! throughout Java. and the Cabinet and administrative services weie ng-iin functioning normally. ? I