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THE ATOMIC BOMB Prematurely Exploded [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 4 July 1946

THE ATOMIC BOMB Prematurely Exploded SAN FRANCISCO. Thursday: Through human or mechanical en-jr. the atomic- bomb detonated three seconds ahead of schedule at Bikini. Thus it exploded about, a mile and u half higher iium planned, and the greatest fnrci; blew skywards and not down. .si,ys a N.B.C. broadca-st at Kwajalein. The bomb burst about four times higher than at. Nagasaki. Major-General Curtis Lemay. af ter inspection of the heavy cruiser Pensncola and the battleships Nevada and Arkansas, agreed that the bom wrought far more damatsc than es timated from the air.

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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THE MONTEREY Contraband Search Goes On [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 4 July 1946

THE MONTEREY ?Contraband Search Goes On SYDNEY. Thursday: Up lo a late hour this- morning more than 60, , members of the crew of the Monterey! j had been searched by members of lae j Customs Investigation Branch and the. Police Pillage Squad, who are believed to have checked a larise-seaic sm.ig gliny racket. The search, wliich lias been going! en since the liner berthed on Tuesday. | has been extended to many pn-sscugcrs and their luggage. To date more than 50.000 American cigarettes, a quantity! of liquor, and clothing of nearly every j d'-'scripticn. including nylon .stockings. I have been seized. As members of the crew left tlie siiip they wire taken to I the Customs Office on the wharf. | where many of them were .stripped to revwil contraband hiddwi in their elethes or fastened to '.hiir bodies.

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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THE ITALIAN COLONIES Foreign Ministers Agree in Principle [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 4 July 1946

THE ITALIAN COLONIES Foreign Ministers Agree in Principle ! PARIS. Thur.sday: The Foreign | Ministers ictirhrd an ayrcemnt on the Italian toloiii'.-s on ihe basis oi a draft by the British Fore;-;n Minisr-jr. wliich was accepted in principle, but referred back to a committee af ex perts for drafting amendmeut.s. f Mr. Bevin pioponcd that the foreign Ministers' couiicll should, within a I .stated |)criad, after the coming into force of the peace treaty with Italy, jointly determine the final disposal of Italy's possessions in Africa. j Tlie Foreign Ministers also readied .a .virtual ..agreement on the interna tiormlisatipn of Trieste, but M. Mclo tov refused to agree to the fixing of a date for the Twenty-one Nation Peace Conference until Italian reparations are settled.

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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ASSOCIATES' NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 4 July 1946

ASSOflATKS' NOTES Despite the bad weather. m.n:.v i*-' thu.-iastic assoeialf.i fi;nti:.t( -.1 '':.? '.'j.pli'fonl event I11..1 a.itu'.day. ?.-.?:'.;?:?. v.a.i won by Dr. Himv.:i. C'-nisra'.!i .. lions. Tlireo wins in one month \ On Sunday associates visiting Ooolac rnjr.yrd the afternoon ' immensely. Play was interesting and keen; and for Cootamundra wins wore recorded by Mrs. Sexton and Dr. Brown. This Saturday an interesting fixture. 6-hcIf four-ball v par. will be hold. Time. 2.30. Captain cf the day is M.s. Ilulfcrd. At a committee meeting yesterday i' wf.s dc^Uhd to join with members for the annual club colnpctltions on 3rd and 4th August. Associates- are askerl to carefully pcruss dodgers, and make entries as numerous as possible. Wo welcome all visitors, too. Please note that, owing to the abov? arrangement, the ' Richards : Cup. scheduled for 4'.h August, will be ployed in conjunction with an II) stroke eliminating round cf 'the club championship en Sunday. 21st July. Tell a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 4 July 1946

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Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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GOLF British Open Championship Von Nida, 70 [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 4 July 1946

GOLF British Open Championship Von Nida, 70 , LONDON, Thursday: The Aus tralian. Von Nida. played excellent ijiiirl to return a. card of 70 in the first) round of the British open champion ship at St. Andrew's. He was only one stroke bchinri tlin ar,,iu »*... ? .. Bobby Locke, who returned a record score of ea. Von Nida's putt at the last hole hung on the lip. while i,,. ,ni3Sed an easy four-ftiRtcr at another hole.

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SPORTING FOOTBALL [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 4 July 1946

spMiisr FOOTBALL First grade team to piny at Tumin on Sunday: Wail, Crowe, Thackeray, McDonnell. Gehrig, Rogers, Lloyd, Beii. B..H.' Greig, Mulrooney, Broughton. Glim- 1 ville. Reserves: W. Glanvills. F. Ryan. I The bus will leave Cootamwidra i:t \ 10 sharp. ' I RESERVE GRADE TEAM 'The', following is the Cootanumdra reserve grade' team to play at Tumut on Sunday: ..Tyrell. Uks. Myers Fitzgerald, Archibald. Ryan, GlanvillV. Gollidge, Taylor. Luff. Wheatley Bridle, McCleary, ?? On Albert Park tonight there will be training for the first and revive I grade teams, even if it rains, hulls, or snows.

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CHURCH NOTICES CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 4 July 1946

CHURCH NOTICES CHURCH Of ENGLAND Pi'iclav. ,!.i!y 5: Ciioir Practice 7.15; j Young An;jlic:-t) M'-'i':ia-4. A. Talk bvj Rev. W. H. Chambi-r:ai!-.. 'Lift' ill' England Today ' Mfsr.bc-:-, «: .oii^r:-] gation invited n- atu-r.(i. I Sunday. ,h;!y 7. 3rd S'i:i(::iy afte: Trinity: Christ Church i!. I!..iy Cj::i-| munion: 7.30. Evensong. Hi-thuii^.-a I 9.30, Holy communion: Di:d.iu:ii'i:i '.! Evensong. Rev. A. W. H.utK Rector PRESBYTERIAN Friday, July 5: Choir practice, 3. Sunday. July 7: Scots church. 11 Mr. c. J. Raff: 7.30. stockinbingal li and Muttama 3. Rev. Harold Per kins, minister. METHODIST Friday, July 5: Choir Practice. 7.30. Beys' Meeting re possibility of form ing Junior Order of Knights' Court or some other boys' society, 8 p.m. Sunday, July 7: Cootamundra 11 Mr. A. Cunningham; 7.30, Rev. R. J Cnshin; Wallendbeen 11 and Nubba 3 Rev. R. J. Cashin. Cootamundra Methodist Church An niversary on July 14. when Rev. E. W. Hyde. Chairman of Synod, will con duct services. July 11: Ci...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 4 July 1946

TO; LOCAL 'ANlii CITY ' ADVKRTlSEItS . ?..,,. 'iSSIllpAILY HIRED' |; J ; (Established in 1877) Is the Only; Newspaper in the 'Convng City' of Cootamun dra — the largest town in the State Electorate of Temora. ' It is' the news and advertising medium for the surround ing' centres of .Wallendbeen, Stockinbingal, Bethungra, and Muttama, all within a radius of 12 to 15 miles, and circulates ever a wide range of rich country between Cootamundra and the surrounding towns of Murrumburrah-Harden (25 miles away)', -'Gundagai (37), Junee (36), Temora (34), and Youngiy32);. r/ Cootamundra is almost the half-way rail centre between Sydney arid Melbourne, with branches on l-oth sides — a four waycentrepot with a network of railways unsurpassed by any provincial portion of the Commonwealth. Town industries include Flour M'U, Rice Mill, Soapworks, Timber ? Yards, ^Butter and Bqcon Factory, Clothing Factory. District: Extensive Piggery, 25-acre Saleyards and Rest ing Paddocks. ...:?-. ' Primary, Pr...

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VISIT TO "WAMBIDGEE" By Sheep and Wool Class Students [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 4 July 1946

VISIT TO 'WAMBIDGEE' By Sheep and Wool . Class Students ' ' ?? ? ' . - t . ' i ; - - . The full-time students of the Cpota mimdra branch of the Technical Sheep ? and Wool ' classes ' spent'- a' ' very ? enjoyable and beneficial day at the ! property of Mr. Norman Reading, of ' 'Wambidgce,' last- Tuesday.-, ' ; Mr. Reading had, in his wnolshcd. which had been shorn recently, and it was the task of the students, head ed by .their instructor. Mr. B. H. Me Ccrmick, lo go through the full shed procedure of skirting, -rolling, and classing the fle-'ce.s. sorting the skirt ings, and pressing the entire clip. Upon arrival at the shed at 10.30 a.m. ths students wer? very soon all ?:m- ployed at one or other of the tasks. The ehii'f feature of the flay was probably the fact that of all the stu dents, who hail from Ganmain, coo lamon, Gundagai, Young. Boorowa, Gunning. Tumut. Narandera, Grif fith, and Cooiamundra, each had a hand in every stage of the prepara tion of the clip. A vote of thanks...

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RADIO STARS TO HELP COOTAMUNDRA WAR MEMORIAL FUND "PHOOEY" FENNELL AND LAL CURING AT THE ROXY TONIGHT [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 4 July 1946

RADIO STARS TO HELP COOTAMUNDRA 1VAR BIE9IORIAL FUND 'PHOOEY' FENNELL AND LAL CURING AT THE ROXY TONIGHT With a very soft spot in his heart for Cootamundra, and incidentally for his uncle, Mr. Harry Tie, the well known radio comedian, Willie ('Phuoey') Fennell, accompained by ths celloist, Lai Curing. »as n10'1 generously promised to do a turn at the War Memorial Benefit Picture Show tonight. The two stars are arriving by car from Sydney this al ternoon. en route for Melbourne, where they will broad cast, under contract for Colgate Pal molive, from the Melbourne Town Hali', and suburbs. Mr. Fennell. who was nearly snowed under with congratulations when ho announced ills engagement recently to one of the 'Daily Telegraph' beach girls, lias always been a generous supporter of good causes. This week he appeared at the Theatre Royal, with Madge Elliot in support of tlie Legacy Club. Cootamundra is proud to welcome 'Phoot-y' back to his old town. Al though not reaily an 'old boy', lie di...

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WHAT'S ON? (As Advertised in This Issue.) [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 4 July 1946

WHAT'S Oil? (As Advertised in This Issue, i Tliurs.. July -1: War Memorial Fiu;d Picture Nisht. Tluirs.. July 4: Boxing. CoctamiuuJra Town Hall, nt 8.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 4 July 1946

LADIES' TOPCOATS AND WINTER SUITS IN ALL SIZES HAVE JUST AUKIYKJ) \' , THE SALON ' 138 I'AIIKKU STREET. CALL AND IXSITct 'i;;j; LATEST STYLES IN BLOUSEs AM) SKI:.! ? : THURSDAY JULY a 7~PM (IN AID OF SACRED HEART HOSPITAL) COOTAMUNDRA TOWN HALL SEE YOUR LOCAL CHAA^PS. IN ACTION ! A FAST AND FURIOUS NIGHT OF ENTERTAINMENT A BATROS. Hon. Organiser ,i lil', ANT. Hon. secretary. t'Ot'NTUV .;?..:.-.- are invited to tall u.;i i i ? - : i :? :,jr tv.c-valve stromben; t V-.r.rM'.-. l.i- ???:?. Broadcast Sets at 'yt'.:v i.r..; j -:?.-.?.;. RAY CROWE'S. I Pa.'ktr .V.I c:;. [ ? — ' I'LAVKK P:.\:,j wanted, by prompt t.i!-ii ijiivi:- On', of order no objtc :ien. lii',,}\ -utiiifj make, price, etc., ? to Mr. .\i;:'.;-. cn:» 'Cootamundia Daily H--'j..la ? c:!ice. CALL and ::i.;pect our range of Children's Sal-;.' seats, simple to lit [r- li'.o bicycle, a id easy to remove, at RAY CHOWE'S. Phone 423. I'lANo wanted. ca.«h buyer, must have full iron frame that will stand In f|:ectijn. Full particular...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 4 July 1946

SMALL ADVTS.— Wanted, Pound Lost, To-Let, For Sale, etc.— are Cd per line per issue -G words to a line), with a minimum charge of ' /G. WANTED,. Furnished Fiat or . Hottfe. Apply this office. WANTED, Cottage, Flat, or Rooms, anccmodate two. Apply this office. WANTED, Fum.slu'ti or . Unfurnishe:! House, Flat; or Rooms. Apply this of fice. WANTED, Smart Boy. left school, to deliver morning papers. Good wages. Apply H. Ekin, Cootamundra. WANTED, Whistles, suitable foi newspaper delivery boys. Apply 'The Cootamundra Daily Herald' office. j FOUND, Air Force Coat and \Vrlstl3f Watch, this morning. Apply this of fice. FOR SALE, 2 Girls' Overcoats, fully lined, 24in. nnd 2Bin. length. Apply, this office. , i LIMITED quantity of Electric Bed | Warmers now procurable at RAY CROWE'S. Phone 423. SUTTONS I'TY.. LTD.. Sydney. Imyj Players and Pianos, even if repairs j needed. Pay prompt cash, delivery) taken at the home. Write direct to SUTTONS PTY.. LTD.. 42 York SI. Sydney, giving full particul...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 4 July 1946

RETURN THANKS ifyTRS. HOARE and Family desire to thank all relatives and friends, especially Rev. Harris and the staff of the District Hospital. Mrs. Loverlng, Mr. am! Mrs. simpendorfer. fgr letters, cards, telegrams, and floral tributes, and sympathy expressed in their r; cent sad bereavement. Will all please accept Ulis as personal thanks.

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COOTAMUNDRA AND DISTRICT WAR MEMORIAL FUND OBJECTIVE . . . £10,000 Queen Competition [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 4 July 1946

COOTAMUNDRA AND DISTRICT WAR MEMORIAL FUND OBJECTIVE . . . £10,000 Queen Competition Ths voting: : Commerce Queen 'Miss Eileen ' O'Neil) ? ' .. ?? 4010 Sporta Queen (Miss Tim Smith) 3010 Going to the pictures tonight? Wouldn't miss it lor anything. We'll sec Foooy Fennoll and. cclloist Lnl Curing. What an opportunity ! Rosc lintl Russell is always good. It is a benefit night for the two tieeivs. We'll nil be there ! I Save up lor the hot dogs and rolls at the fancy dress football match.' Tlie whole snow is In aid of the sports; queen. So is the coining tennis tournament at the town courts. TherK will be a good afternoon taa there, too. ! Dan't forget the novelty dance in the, Town Hall at tlie end of the month. | That one is for the Commerce Qusen. These Ladies Catered for :t Queen ! I The ladies of the A.R.U. and 2WG.J by their untiring efforts in catering: for Ihe Commerce Queen - Eileen J O'Neill, at the sheep show. ratsaclj £26 12'. Eileen is very grateful, notj only foi the sub...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 4 July 1946

? L_ i LEE HOSIERY JUST OPENED FULLY FASHIONED HANDBAGS We have the finest selection in town, including full or half frame, zipps or tie fastenings Price\range;ifrorn 27/6 to 69/6 WOMEN'S TRAVEL or OVERNIGHT BAGS displayed in a range of colors and sizes. Zipp tops and sides 42/- to 99/6 SKI GLOVE BLACK : NAVY ..„ .,., ;v ..-? ;; BROWN, ; well made in sizes 6 to 7 \ RUBBER HOUSE GLOVES Don't spoil your hands, use lliese economical gloves HUGE STOCKS OF PATONS with a full-range of instruc tion books DRESS BEADS - SEQUINS See the fine range MAKE COHEN'S FAJjjCY DEPARTMENT YOUR DEPOT for all NOVELTIES COHEN'S CORNER Busy, busy, always busy Support your Queen Competition for War Memorial Fund.

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GOLDEN JUBILEE Monsignor Leonard 40 Years at Yass [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 4 July 1946

GOLDEN JUBILEE Monsignor Leonard ? 40 Years at Yass A large gathering of parishioners and friends of Monsignor j. P. Leon ard gathered in the Mt. carmel board ers' study hall, Yass. on Sunday r.f- j ternoon to congratulate him on tne occasion of the golden Jubilee or his, m*rHnni in,i In tl-in nrlpythnnrl TVTnnsl** nor Leonard has resided in Yass lor forty years, and during his long minis try there has earned the respect and esteem of all sections of the com- ' munity. That was evidenced by tlie cordial expressions of love and ap preciation expressed by ihe various speakers. By reason of the Monsig nor's health, the function was short, j but nevertheless left no doubt as to the high regard in which Monslynor Leonard is held. [ Seated on the platform were Mnn signor Cahill iBinalongi, Rev. Falhyr Hogan (Redemptorist Fathers, Ga long), the Mayor (Aid. W. L. Simon). Rev. Father McPhillips lYa.ssi. a:ul Messrs. M. Coen and W. cook, organ isers of the function. Mr. M. Coen. in presenting...

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FIRST PRIZE IN LOTTERY "Won't be Wasted" Won by Mr. and Mrs. Les. Wilesmith, Yass [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 4 July 1946

FIRST PRIZE IN LOTTERY 'Won't be Wasted' Won by Mr. and Mrs. Les. Wilesmith, Yass When a reporter called on Mrs. Los. Wilesmith at her residence in Mechan St.. Yass. at the foot of the Rink Hill, on Monday morning to congratulate her and her husband o:i winning thy first prize of £5000 in the State Lottery on Friday, tlie conversation was no more animated than it would be had they been talking about the weather. Gocd fortune has certainly not ^one to Mrs. VVilesmith's' head! Mr. Wilesmith. who is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Sid. Wilesmith, . of Maron niont. was not at home. He had gons down to Mr. Lew Worthy for a hair cut. He returned to Sydney that day on the 'flyer.' , He. had been on ser vice for five years, and only got his discharge early this yearv Since then he has been working at Hurstville. His father, Mr. Sid.' Wilesmith, Is a skilled carpenter, a hard working man, and lias a host of friends in Yass. Mrs. Wilesmilh, interviewed at thsir home in Marchmont, was very plcnscd with ...

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CRUMBS [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 4 July 1946

CRUMBS I Town Council meeting on Monday niuht. ' Wee Jasper had 200 points of rain to 0 a.m. last Monday. , Cootamuudra had another 9 points of rain for the 24 hours up to 0 a.m. today, mailing V21 points since .ast Friday night. I Although the last four days at Cootaniundra have been showery and cold, the total rainfall during that time has only been 22 points. j Brown won his way to the Wimbli don tennis tinal by defeating Drobny G-4, fi-5. 7-2. Tims Brown and PeUa are matched for the championship. | In one of the windows at Bruder lin's you will .see n collection of gar- . meiits wliicli are marki'd down for t clearance. These gcods arc perfect in ' every respect, and are being otferctl to tin? public now while they need them, at prices which are almcsl tin- j believable. If you want to share in these bargains, hurry ! j It is a Ions time since iiitMf.-; sane!-, shoes were advertised. Weil, tin- Com- , foil Shoe Store Ls telling its customers | that men's sandshoes arc now avail-...

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