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LOST IN YESTERDAY'S CLOUDS Plane From Melbourne Due in Canberra Emergency Landing at Canowindra [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 4 July 1946

LOST IN YESTERDAY'S CLOUDS Plane From Melbourne Due in Canberra Emergency, Landing at Canowindra F'jr hours yesterday morning a United States Navy plane cruised ever southern New South Wales, vain- J ly seeking for a way diAVn through the dcuds. ! The plane finally nuide an onif.i S'-iicy landing on a properly :u;ar Cnnowindrn. It was undamaged, but at the time of landing there was fuel fur only 20 minutes' flyfli}.;. The aircraft was on its way from Melbourne to Canberra, enrryins as |;a.-.senyc!- the United States Nav:tl A:t:-(!liL-. Captain Ttiomiison. Captain Thompson U ft Canowindra by car for Canberra ' last night. Fuel was beiiiK taken to the stranded plane from Parftcs, and it was to nt tempt to take off this morning. [

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 4 July 1946

PERSONAL Mr. Cecil Last was conveyed by am bulance to the Sacred Heart Hospital, a victim of 'flu. Buck in Cootamundrn on leave from the Army is Corporal Bob White, stopping with his father, Mr.. Paul WllllC. | Mr. Malcolm McLecd. of Coolac, well known judge of sheep dog trials ' at tlie Sydney Royal show, has accept ed nn invitation to jucU;e the trials at Canberra in October. Mr. F. B. Emanucl, who came to the Cootamundra branch of the Public j Workr. department in 1310. and with ] tin1 o) ilng of the National Services' Office \. .is transferred on loan to ad- J minister the Cootamundra office, is on leave until July 19. Mr. Emanucl will probably go to the Bathurst branch of the P.W.D. Cootamundra j will miss Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel. Tlie ' latter will continue lo reside in Hay i street until' a home is secured in the , City of the Plains. Successor in Cootnnumdra Ls Mr. W. Lindsay, from the Wagga National Service Office. This Mr. 'Bill' Lindsay (not to bo confused with the member of...

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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MEAT CONTROLLER TO GO New Representative Meat Board Instead [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 4 July 1946

MEAT CONTROLLER TOGO New Representative Meat Board Instead uanbehra. Thursday: The aboli tion of the office of Controller of Meat Supplies and of the Meat can ning Comniitttt'. and the transfer of their 'powers and functions to ths newly-constituted Australian Meat Board, was provided for in two bills introduced in the House of Represen tatives by the Minister for CommwcE I Mr. Scully i yesterday. Tlie Meat, Controller and the mem bers of the Meat Canning Committee will cease to hold office, and tlie nsw board will come into being on the commencement of the new Acts, which will be on a date to be proclaimed. The new board will consist of 12 mem bers, including a clear majority of .seven representatives of producer in KTnsts. Mr. Scully said thai one member would be appointed by tlie Oovernor Gftneral to represent Ihe Common wealth Government. This member would be chairman, and would be em ployed on tlie full time business of tlie board.

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

^55^ Copy for the Press should be |» Viik-NOT PENCIL.

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

COi'IES OF' THE 'COOTAMUNDRA DAILY HERALD' HAY UK OBTAINED I-'KOM THE I'OLI.OWIXO AGENTS: Ciinlamundra — H. Ekin, Wallendoon Street. J. Mullins, Parker Street. Cusy Coiner Cale. No. a, Parker St. V. Legge, Parker Street. Scrivener Bros., Wallendoon St. Stiu-kiuiiiiiKal — S. J. H. Wilbers. Wallcndbeen — W. J. Palnia A. D. Devine lieiliuugra — Prank Dillon.

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THE HOPPERS: [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 5 July 1946

I US 'HOPPERS ! Warning of tlie likelihood of a major infe.stati.nl of grasshoppers next spring, and .suggestion for organising a control campaign, have been Kent by the Department of Agriculture to all Pastures Protection Boards branches of the Agricultural Bureau, sleek ir.'-p'.'ctor:;, and other field of ficers in the danger zone. Reports to hand indicate tliat egg-beds are \vide:.pr;ad over practically tile whole ' of the central division. |

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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BOXING PACKED HALL ENJOYS FINE BOUTS [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 5 July 1946

BOXING -» ? PACKED HALL ENJOYS FINE BOUTS The Cootamundra Town Hall w:e crowded to Its fui'l capacity last nigh' for a series of boxing contests in which the featherweight, lightweight and welter championship belts of tin town and district were Involved. It was in aid of the Sacred Hear'. Hospital. The bouts were fast and willing, ami the announcement that another series, in aid of the District Hospital. -wouir: be licit! on August 1, was greeted wi'h chccrs by the enthusiastic audience. The Mayor 'Aid. Des. Stratton), be fore officially declaring the nigh-, open, said that the organisers should ho proud of their efforts. To the au dience he introduced Supt. Sweeney of the Goulbtirn Police District; Fred Henneberry. ex-middleweight cham pion of Australia; 'Foo-ey-' Fennel, popular radio comedian; Lai Kurlng. well-known celloist travelling through with 'Foo-ey i' Tlie Mayor went on to say that the only fighting lie knew anything about took piace in the council chambers, and some' of ...

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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DIGGERS' KEEN DEBATE AT YOUNG ON "THE DOGS" [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 5 July 1946

DIGGERS' KEEN DEBATE AT I YOUNG ON 'THE DOGS' There was an clectric atmosphere at a inc-eling cf the Young sub-branch cf the K.-mrned Soldiers' League,1 v. hi n arguments for or.il against llie. intr«!'.;:;ti'jn of dog racing resulted in' a keen debate. I Tlv.:::? opposed to dog racing claim- 1 ed that public opinion was against it, and thai 'outside interi-sty were en dca.vr.ring to make the league a 'stool pigeon' in sponsoring it at Young. | Mi rubers wilo spoke in favor of ccuif:ing said it would bring money to the town, would not 'corrupt the peo ple's morals.' and would fill a long-, felt want. | Cf 97 members who attended the meeting, 40 voted in lavor of applying for a licensK, and 40 voted against. I ? 1

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 5 July 1946

SHOP WITH OUR ADVERTISERS AND mention what you saw ADVERTISED in this Newspaper.

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FLEMINGTON SALES [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 5 July 1946

ILEMINGTON SALES I Goldsbrough, Mort and Co. report, that Bribbaree crossbred wethers re alised 51/1. On Monday last at Flnning'.on 144 crossbred wethers, sold on account of G. W. Caldwell, 'Round Hill,' Bribbaree, made to 51/1, averag-. ing 50'4. I These were a really excellent line of wethers, being sold by Goldsbrough,1 Mcrt and Co.. Ltd.. who. report the market 1/ to 2 ' dearer, with future prospsccs for prime most encouraging. Tim Australian Mercantile Land md Finance Company. Ltd.. report having scld at Flomington yesterday a very attractive line of 108 crossbred lambs on account of Mr. A. L. Levy, of Cow- j cumbla, Coctamundra, making up to 48 4, and averaging 44/4. Other sales v.?rc merino wethers, from H. Tiieo. Thompson, of Morriwa. realising 55 ; while on account cf H. P. R. Coles, of Caragabal, 117 lambs ar.d hoggets wore scld, making up to 43,10. and averag ing 42 6.

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FULL BROADCAST OF RUGBY LEAGUE MATCH [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 5 July 1946

FULL BROADCAST OF RUGIJY LEAGUE MATCH The A .B.C. will broadcast a com-i plete description, from kick-off to final bell, of the second Rugby League Test match, England v. Australia, tomorrow, beginning at 2.30. on 2FC, 2NA. 2NIt. 2CR, and 2CY. Bernard Kerr and Frank Moynlhan will be the commen tators. Tom Gorman, former Queensland and Australian captain, will Bive a talk at 2.15 p.m., before the match be gins.

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PEOPLES EDUCATION ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 5 July 1946

rr.OI'l,!i'S EDUCATION ASSOCIATION 1 1 On Wci'ii.-day nicht. at the Town! Hall, the ;-ons!iiiUion anil rules of the Peopl.-'s Education Association were adopted by the public of Cootamun- j dra. Much inter: v;l and enthusiasm : were si '.own by tli-.:.--- present, who ap-' predated the lime and effort given | by a small cuntr.i'.ve to the prepara-, tion cf such an i:np:-rlam constitution. ; Plank 2 says: The Association is r.s-j tablishcd to lost, r and co-ordinate all ^ educational actlwt,e; within the town; and district o! Co. ..amaiulra, to pro- j mote and rncour.i::!' t'i' development j cf any educational activity within lhe area, to otherwise take advantage of any opportunity olfcrin:; tor the edu cational benefit i.t '!?.;? community, and to co-operate wiih organisations having similar aims ' I Tlie rules provide a general committee of not less Mian 21. wi ll the idea of this body lurming in nucleus cf a number of group i/-m- niittees. Ey their investigation of tlie luvils cf ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 5 July 1946

KIDNEYS MUST REMOVE EXCESS ACIDS Help 15 Miles pf Kidney Tubes Eliminate Poisonous Waite II you har* an ?xe*st et «rids In your blood your IS milt* ol kldn«y tubes may bo overworked. Theie tiny filter* and tubes are working day aad night to belp Nature rid your tyslem ol ex cess acids and poisonous waste. When disorder ol kidney function per mits poisonous matter to remain in your blood* it may cause nagging backache, rheumatic pains, leg pains, loss ol pep and energy, disturbed nights* swelling* pulfiness under the eyes, headaches and diuinets. Fre- quent or poor kidney action sometimes shows tbero is something wrong with your kldnoys or bladder. Kidneys may need help the same as bowels, so ask your chemist or store lor Ooon's Backache Kidney Pillt, a stimulant'diuretie. used successfully by millions lor over 40 years. Doon't give happy relief and will help the 15 miles of kidney tubes eliminate poisonous waat* from your blood. Atk you r Chemist or Store for nOANC .?1^ Backache Kid...

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LOCAL & GENERAL BENEFIT SOCIAL [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 5 July 1946

LOCAL & GENERAL . BENEFIT SOCIAL ELsewhere is advertised a benefit , | social and euchre party in the coota- ; I immrint Town Hall, for Saturday, 29th j July, proceeds to oid of Mr. R. Bar-' re'-t. who is nn inmate of the Sacred Heart Hospital. Mr. Barrett is an' esteemed member of the Jlndalce Shire Council maintenance staff, and has been off duty through illness for the past three months. His fellow employees are sponsoring the func- ? tion. and hop,; that it will receive a lair share of public patronage. t

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CONTROL OF THE BROADCASTING [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 5 July 1946

CONTROL or THE BliOADCASTING When the amended Broadcasting Bill was returned to the Sennte yes terday from the Hoaw of Representa tives, Senate Opposition speakers ex pressed indignation at the enlarging of the controlling committee from six members to the originally proposed nine, thus giving lh_- House of Repre sentative:; a majority. (

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 5 July 1946

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 5 July 1946

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 5 July 1946

A BOOK-LENGTH /jl ? WEEK-EHD(^^^^^ READING IN THE S.M. HERALD SATURDAY ? In response to popular demand the NOTE ? weekly free novel is now published you^ ^ ^ with the Herald on Saturday. Make 1 pag«s of country j sure of each week's long, book-length novel by a world-famous writer. been still further ORDER YOUR COPY NOWI 'i«eaied^ _ . .AlV ..your-: -N#w»i ' agent'l 'to^. mokt fflonrhiig ficmll) I '' 'use 'the' CLAVsiHED adveVtisemcnt' columnToT' ' 'THE COOTAMUNDRV DAILY HERALD' /.V.VAV.V.%W.V^W.V.V.VAV.%^%%%%%%V.V.V%V,,'.VWW .MPsSek friend ' % indeed.. 'yutllt |fni*ii|i---iiian is far inure tlinu a mulur iiieclianic, lie is » «raiiu-cl aii(--m-»(ivc engineer, a resin-nsil»le I»eal eili/.eii with ai bi}i capital invesOiieiit in plant mill proiierty. Cnnsiill liim regularly, for his udvico anil frieiiilly service aire sensoneil li.v loiifi experienee. i Should he recommend a l'.J. oiif/ine ovvrliiiiil -on may lie .sure lie Is fu-eiit on saving your money and increasing I lie life of y...

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"A GOOD COUNTRY CENTRE IS BETTER THAN SYDNEY:" [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 5 July 1946

? A CiOOD COUNTRY CENTRE IS BETTF.lt THAN SYDNEY !' j The alicve is a remark frequently litartl. Time was when Sydney-aiders would latif.li at the suggestion. I5ut utulil they now Net altogether, In deed, many rue today what is hap pening in our «icat metropolis — once the pride 'I lioLli its cwn people amlj of llie |:rn\in:'.al visitors who flocked thereto. particularly during the surf ing sia:-.o;i. Ann-iig lln.se wiio st.il cravc for a clians;-. and venture oiilc more to tlie old nsnri, a rather big per- J telibige are either glail when tlie book ed-up period is over tr come home bofcre their , due lime. Strikes have played up, with what was, and is, the oldest and greatest city in Australia— and one of the world's besl, for that matter. The managevs ni hotels anil | guest houses have to fight to obtain food supplies; and also have to use . no end: of tact in order; to retain good . ocoks — if, and when. such can be got! ! There Is the risk, when taking out a I (rain tiiket. abou...

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STATE LOTTERY [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 5 July 1946

STATE LOTTERY . SYDNEY, Friday: State lottery No 1355 was drawn today. First prize was won by No. 5^1','L1. 'Just A Chance' syndicate. !?'. o. Humphries, 53 Botany road, Botany. Sveond, No. C1789, *My Turn Again' syndicate, A. McDonald. G.P.O., Sy:l-' iii'y. 1 Third, No. 4397. 'Three No Jlopvrs' syndicate. A. Adams. 04 River road. Lane Cove. Fourth, No. 557C8. Mrs. D. Henno.i ,y G.P.O., Sydney. ? 10 PRIZES AT £100 6r-t)2 10383 21773 22747 20370 40101 40707 71102 80283 90315 III PRIZES AT ISO 5C19 0300 40721) 48184 07013 78229 8!f-19 84fi:i(- 92518 94737 111 PRIZES AT CIO 11203 23001 2;0I)I 252IH 3438!! I 43773 4G28! fiKKM 85706 8900) | M PUI/.KS AT E30 ! 25856 4fi.tr-;; .|742.:1 r-'-:2« 5517:1 ? 57059 fi'ii:»:: I1J7IU !-!!!!! 93112 | i.'i r-;:i/i:s at i:.mj [ 113:!3 m'!37 20441 2IW9 2871!) 4012'i 41544 55105 02550 05473 71902 781138 0000:i 81412 HUiii:! Lottery .\'i 1350 v.'ili be drawn »:? M;.:.day. :-

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