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SMUGGLING ON THE MONTEREY Raids by Officials [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 5 July 1946
SMUGGLING ON THE MONTEREY ! Raids by Officials Customs officials wcrkiiiB with n| pjlii-e pillage squad have Miiashed one of the biggest smuggling attempts on! the Sydney waterfront since 1939. j Mere than 50 Custom.', men. v. i'.h j Hying pr.licc pillage squad men, made; raids 011 the U3. liner Monterey at berth in Sydney. So far they have seized more than 50.0'i0 American cigarettes as well as plastic shoes, nylon stockings, loiin tain pens, dress materials and rain coats. More than 00 members of the err.v have been stripped and searched, anci many passengers searched. A helty watersider was found to be wearing nylon stockings with a caiton of American cigarettes wedged into tlie top of each. The cartons cost the crew 3 each 011 board, but they v-'U them 011 the black market for 35 to 12 or move. Some seamen threw goods through portholes as customs men walked to wards them.
THE THREE BRITISH OFFICERS Released Yesterday 17 Days in Chains [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 5 July 1946
THE THREE BRITISH OFFICERS i Released Yesterday ! 1 7 Days in Chains j JERUSALEM. Friday: The three [ British officers who had been kidn:u--| p'd and held by the Jewish Unthr-j IP'oumi Ore. i'.hsatioii were released , yrsterdav. They stated tiny v.-er? . kepi, chained hy the wrist anil i-uai-:l-| ed by four ne. :i v. 1 ; 1 1 pbtols during 17 j days of captivi:;;. All three ot:i.-ers v r-re on a lumber strike for 48 hours before beina re leased as a protest against the con tinuation cf their detention.
PEACE CONFERENCE Begins in Paris on July 29 [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 5 July 1946
PEACE CONFERENCE i Begins in Paris on July 29 PARIS. Friday: A full dress Peice Cor.feienre i.t 21 Allied nations w.ll begin in Pa; * mi July 29. This «;«? decided a: r.u-iing of the Big Four1, Foreign Mini-iers last night.. ] t ine Minister..1 concluded tile session with a:i u^n-emem in principle on the i.rveral aspr-:1;;, .j! the Italian repara-; tions. Hivilv. I::iy will pay Russia I £25.000.000 sicrliiifi: secondly, pav-i me:ils trom ciirreni production are not j to be made during the first two years. Reparations claims against Italy from countries oilier than Russia, it is pro posed. should be left to the Peace C'o.1; tcrcne.1.
THIRD GRADE LEADERS TO MEET [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 5 July 1946
THIRD GRADE LEADERS TO MEET The De La Saile Old Boys and the Waratahs. joint leaders in the third j grade competition, will meet on Fish- I er Park on Sunday .next. i 1 ' The following will represent the Railway against Wallendbene on Fish er Park on Sunday: Wells, Eccleston, I Rcardon, Hodder. Kirley, Manning, I j Orgill. Archibald. Rowe. Culgan. P. | Fitzgerald. McKcon, Hanlon, Chamber 1 lain. !
TEST TEAM [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 5 July 1946
TEST TEAM The full team for tomorrow is: I Fullback: D. Parkinson iNew South . Wales). | Thrccquarters: L. Cooper (New South Wales), li. Bailey (New South I Wales, captain), J. Jorgenson (New South Wales). E. Newham (New South Wales). , Five-eight: P. Devery (New South Wales). Halfback: J. Grice (Queensland). ) I Forwards: j. Hutchinson (New South Wales), R. Kay ? Queensland), J A. Clues (New South Wales), R. wes laway (Queensland), G. V/att (New! South Wales), F. Farrell (New South Wales). Reserves: Eacks. E. Bowe (Queens land) ; forwards, E. Brosnan (Queens land.
RECORD RIDE AUSTRALIA PER PUSH BIKE NIGH 50 YEARS AGO (By Donald Mackoy, C.B.E.) (NO. 5) CROYDON TO CAMOOWEAL [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 5 July 1946
RECORD RIDE AROUND AUSTRALIA PER PUSH BIKE I NIGH 50 YEARS AGO (By Donald Mackay, C.B.E.) (NO. 5) ! CROYDON TO C'AMOOWEAL ! We made a fairly early start from Croydon, accompanied by two of the lceal cyclist;, passing several of the prinieipal mine*, their mullock heap.-* extending to the road. j In about a mile we cut across and hit the railway line, having been advised to follow same, as the load was ail saw!. The line was little bettor, but we managed to follow a pad nearly parallel with the line. Running anions low -»cr:ib. we too!: a -sood deal of risk. During the first hour we lost a »polce eacii. It meant lully an hour of lost time. Tlie sky was. ah usual, clea.. and. by tlie time we had gone 10 miles, the ho.it was intense. The sand ncv. became very loai:. Riding v.as nearly nut of the nuc.stiim. By 2 p.m. v.e made the first .station, a refreshment room ''The Blaii: and as our water had run nut a couple of horns previously, we 'opened the I ball' on hop beer, anil during our ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 5 July 1946
SMALL ADVTS — Wanted, ' Found, Lost, To-Let, For Sale, etc. — are 6d per line per issue (6 words to a line), with a minimum charge nf 1/6. WANTED, Cottage, Flat, or Rooms,! accomodate two. Apply this office. j WANTED, Furiushed or Unfurnished House, Flat, cr Rooms. Apply this of-, lice. j WANTED, Smart Boy, left school, to deliver morning papers. Gocd wages. Apply H. Ekin, Cootamundra. WANTED, Boy, just left school, to help in fruit shop; good wages. Apply ; N. Eiias. Parker Street. WANTED URGENTLY, Housekeeper, three to four weeks, no washing. Apply Mrs. T. Meal-a, 15 Thompson street. Phone 549. WANTED, Boy, for delivery 01' papers daily. Apply this office. FOUND, Reaping Hook, outs id a Cohen's, this morning. Apply this of fice. FOIt SALE, Dark Grey Overcoat, fit boy 10 to 12 years, good condition; cheap. Also Cap. Apply this office. LIMITED quantity of Electric Bed Warmers now procurable at RAY CROWE'S. Phone 423. SUTTON'S PTY., LTD., Sydney, buy Players and Pianos, even if repai...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 5 July 1946
HONOUR ROLL. ? ? ? I ?y^ARD. — In loving memory of our dear son and brother, cliff, nc:i-l dentally killed Labium, North-west' Borneo. 6th July, 11)45. '\V' miss him most Who loved him best.' — Inserted by his loving parents, brothers and sisters. IN MEMORIAM ?^^INCHESTER.— In loving memory of our dear father, father-in-law,' and grandfather, who passed away 011 July 5, 134-1. We have searched the whole world over, A friend like you to find. One so understanding, One so good and kind, Our hearts are filled with sadness, Our eyes shed many tears; God alone knows how we miss you, As it dawns two sad years. — Inserted by his loving daughter Ruth, son-in-law Lins, and grandchil dren Kevin and Valerie. Y^INCHESTER.— In loving memory of my darling husband and! father. Francis Winchester, who was called home on July 5. 1944. | Two years ago a message came. i From God. Who thought it best: To take you from this weary world, To a beautiful home of rest. Time brings peace, but does not l'adc ...
WOOL REPORT [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 5 July 1946
WOOL REPORT The Farmers and Graziers' Coop erative Grain Insurance and Agency Company, Ltd., 26th June, 1946: We submitted our final Appraise ment Catalogue No. 190 011 Monday, 24th instant, the appraisement being finalised the following day. The of fering. whicli comprised over . 300U bales, also butts and bags, was drawn largely frcru the North-western Plains, also the Central-Western and Far Western areas of the State. On the whole, the liorth-western wools wore gccci length and average quatlty, buL carried a fair amount of burr. In some instances the western wools ware a little lacking in length, and carried a fair amount of dust and burr. Our top price, namely, 20id, was re alised for AAAW (a star lot), account J. K. and B. W. Kerr, of Tooraween ali. A/c S. M. Manuel, Emmaville, COMB AAA EW (star lot) realised 19!d. A/c Yooloobil Past. Co., Garah, AAAE realised 19id. A/c R. J. and C. C. White, Mogil Mo gil. AAAW realised 19',d. A/c F. P. Doran, Garah, AAAE re alised 181d. A/c W...
COOTAMUNDRA ANNUAL RAM SALES 50 Guineas Top Price [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 5 July 1946
COOTAMUNDRA ANNUAL RAM SALES 50 Guineas Top Price The annual cootamundra ram sales, conducted yesterday by Messrs. G. B. Black and R. F. Gibson, were very successful Top price of the sale was 50 gii.;., paid by Mr. G. G. Davidson for a Boonokc ram, a plain-bodied sheep carrying a long, bright stapled fleece, on the strong side of medium. Mr. H. E. Curran, of Canberra, paid 49 guineas for a fine wool ram, a/c Merryville Pty„ Ltd., Yass. j Details of sales were: i A/c Merryville Pty., Ltd.. Merryville. Yass: 2 stud rains, one H. E. Curran, 49 gns; one A. S. Sctuies, Yass, 36 gns. 11 selected rams, three P. Ronney, 1 at 171 gns. rtnd 2 at 12 3ns. each; 1 P. McFarflane. Young, 18 gns.; one Carl Armstrong. 15 gns.; three H. Hobbs. two at 12 gns.. and one at 10 gns.; 2 O. H. Vincent at 10 gns. each; 1 N. M. Miller at 111 gi:s. Thirteen rams averaged £18 '3 5. j A/c Messrs. F. S. F.ilkiner -fe Soil.' Boonoke, Widgewa: 1 stud ram. G. G. Davidson, Cootamundra, 50 gns; 11 selected rams, one H...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 5 July 1946
j JUST OPENED TODAY AT i FARRAH'S I TAILORED, DOX, AND CHECK ; ALL CREATED FOR Y OUR APPROVAL SMART BOX COATS ? 7ft /ft In all wool boucle. with buttons and peckets. in Black, Beige, I ~J f li Grey, and Brown, s.s.\v. to w. 14 coupons. UP THEY COME FOR THE MUST BREATH OF WINTER! COLORFUL CHECK COATS ? Qj- /P j In the gayest designs. Choose one and keep yourself cosy T] j |] . and warm in the winter, in s.s.w. to w. 11 coupons. 1 JUSTOPENED! EXTRA WARM Wool COATS ?Fully'lined; box and 'perfectly tailored styles, buttoned high ? ?? \ to the Uiroat,, which gives j you confidence and smartness to OQ /L wear/ with ? beits; ? pockets; ' buttons, and yokes, in Nut Brown' A:l/ || . Mustard, Fawn, Greyr Black, and' Coral Red, s.s.w. to w. 1 14 coupons. - . ?. - i ? SEE THEM AND BE FITTED AT FARRAH'S Parker St. ' 'The Shrine of Fashion,' Cootamundra. TO LOCAL AND CITY ADVERTISERS 'COOTADNDRA DAILY HERALD' (Established in 1877) Is the Only Newspaper in the 'Corrrng City' of Cootamun dra— the l...
CHURCH NOTICES CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 5 July 1946
CHURCH NOTICES CHURCH OF ENGLAND Friday, July 5. c|10jr practice 7.15, V'l:::;; A.w.ii,.nn Meeting, 8. Talk by Rev. \v. li. chamberlain, 'Life in England Today.' Members of congre-' gat ion invited to attend. I ?Sunday, July 7. 3rd Sunday after Trinity: Christ Church 8, Holy com munion; 7.30, Evensong. Bethungra! y.30, Holy communion; Dudaump.n 3.1 Evensong. Rev. A. W. Harris. Rector. I . PRESBYTERIAN ! Friday, July 5: Choir Practice, 8. Sunday,, July 7: Scots Church, 11, Mr. C. J. Raff; 7.30. Stockinbingal 11 and Muttama 3. Rev. Harold Per kins, minister. METHODIST Friday, July 5: Choir Practice, 7.30. Boys- 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. Caslnn; waliencibeen 11 ana 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: Circuit Quarterly Meetin...
WHAT'S ON? (As Advertised in This issue.) [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 5 July 1946
WHAT'S OHf (As Advertised in Thw Issue,) Mon.,' July 1, to' 6th: ' Red Cross Jun'ible stall. ? ? Tlitirsday, July li: Card party in Pa ;'rkrlsli Hill, in aid or Christ ''Churchi'at 8. Frl., July 12: Annual meeting of Rwj Cross in C.W.A. rooms, at 3. Friaajy July 12: C.E. Ball at Stoclcin ' folngiil. | Tubs.,' July 16: Gundagai Catiioi c Bali.; Sat., July 20: Benefit social and Euchre party in aid of Mr. r. Bar ret', in Town kail, at 8. I Sun!, July 21: Mixed Doubles Am- j erlcan tournament in aid of sp ins j gueeii, at Municipal courts. 1 Thursi, July 25: Dance in tlie Town Hail for the Commerce Queen iMi»s O'Nell). Auctions Tuesday, July 9: Special quality cattle sale at. Young by J. A. Barton and Co. and E. J. Rand and Co. Fri., July 12: Sheep sale conducted by Goldsbrough, Mort. ami Co.. Young, in conjunction with H. M. Troup and Co., Young. Sat., July 13: Furniture sale in Mr. G. B. Black's auction rooms, at 2. Sat., Aug. 3: ? Auction sale at Stock inbingal by Mr. S. A. West.
FEDERAL ELECTIONS [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 5 July 1946
FEDERAL ELECTIONS ' Owing to pressure, on space 1 anil increased production costs,; reports of political speeches and meetings, broadcasts, articles, letters, aiid oth er propaganda ivill only be inserted in this 'paper as advertising matter, with tlie exception of a report of a. candidate's, .opening public address. Advertising rate may be obtained from this 'office. ? . ..
WAGGA HOSPITAL Cash Deficit to be Wiped Out [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 5 July 1946
WAGGA HOSPITAL Cash Deficit to be Wiped Out A grant lias been made to Wagga Base Hospital to liquidate the cash deficit of the hospital as at June 30. The Minister for Agriculture stated yesterday that, in response to his par sonal representations, the Minister for Health had advised lilm of the grant. 'I have been most concerned at tlie difficult financial position of the hos pital,' stated Mr. Graham, 'and the fact that Wagga trades people have been compelled to wait some time for the payment of their accounts.' Tradesmen are to be paid at once.