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OBITUARY MRS EILEEN MARY MANWARING [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 5 July 1946
OBITUARY — ; — »i ? I MIES EILEEN MARY MANWARING I The death occurred in Kogarah Hos pital of Mrs. Eileen Mary Manwaring, bl, of 'Cootamundra, after a long ill ness. Deceased wi- t.ie widow of the late Mr. Bill A. i.,;. of the firm of Messrs. M..n\. rii.w ^. d Troy, and is survived by three sons — Bill, who has started out In the carrying business in Cootamundra 'since his discharge from the Air Force; Bevin, in tile Navy; and Max, in the P.M.G.'s de partment in Sydney. The remains were brought to Coota mundra for burial; the funeral leaving the Sacred Heart Church at 4 this afternoon. : ? ; . . ' .
CORRESPONDENCE (To the Editor.) Reply to Mr. Dunkely [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 5 July 1946
CORRESPONDENCE (To the Editor.) Iteply to Mr. Dunlilcy Dear Sir. — The letter referring to tlie shortage of nursing staff in hospitals, by Mr. Dunkley, is only partly true. He states that public meetings do little good. What other means does he suggest to force Government ac- . tion? There' are such a number of .incon sistencies in his letter, that he may be willing to answer the following questions: , 1. In place of public meetings, is he advocating direct ? action by tlie nurses? 2. He says that pay and conditions' are the whole answer to the problem, and that 'something must be done. Does he know something is being done, in that a claim for a now award for nurses is already lodged, and a' judge is to tour country towns taking evi dence on existing conditions and rates of pay? | 3. He states abitraUon should be by-passed. Is lie advocating abolition of the arbitration court system? 4. 1-Ie states nurses should use make-up. Does he advocate sacri ficing hygiene for glamor? Yours, e...
DISTRICT DOINGS STOCKINBINGAL [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 5 July 1946
DISTRICT DOINGS STOCKINBINGAL | Beneficial soaking rains fell through out the district at the beginning of the week, bringing with it cold, miserable weather; 88 points were recorded lor ^ the week. Note the clearing sale advertised elsewhere in this issue oy ivu. a. West, auctioneer, on account of Mr. Dill Maiicr. who is leaving the district. i Mrs. S. T. Crabb left on Monday night's train to undei.go an operation on both her eyes. I A meeting of members of the Church j of England, at the church, on Tuesday afternoon last iinalised all arrange ments for the successful running of the Church of England ball on Friday night next, as advertised elsewhere in this issue. I Owing to tlie daifip and cold night the welcome to service personnel, in Ehwood's Hall on Saturday night, was ? not as weli attended as previous fuiic- ' tions Tile eveniny took the form of I dunce nnd euchre party, the music being supplied by Mr. A. Crisp. Mr. C. 1 Pethcr. president of the Welfare As- I sociation. cha...
CRUMBS [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 5 July 1946
CRUMBS I i For all radio requirements consult Mr. Cliff Scott. Meagher's offer you eight super specials, including ladies' shoes. Tenders are called for the painting of tlie main block of the Cootamundra District Hospital. | The Australian Wheat Board an nounces further advances on No. 8 Pool Wiieat delivered by growers. | Fnrrah's 'Shrine of Fasion' in Parker street invite inspection of their larje range of coats. | Cotitamiiiidrn, Niirrabri. and Armi dale were down to 34 degrees last , night. ? | Over tlie Bethungra railway con struction a goods train went yester- ( day— for the first time. I Everything in the fruit and vege- | table line may be purchased at Nick Elias's. | Coo'lanutndra's town clock stopped at 7.25 last night, but was operating r.'jain today. i T. Williams and Co. announce that thev will lio.d regular .sales of furni ture and sundries at their stores in Justin street. | Tenders arc- invited f:ir the provis ion ol funeral services for the Defence Force:; I rum the...
BATTERIES [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 5 July 1946
BATTERIES i gEN'D for the Marshall Booklet oui the choice and care of Batteries, j It's free and post free. It lias 1G large pages telling you how to save money on Batteries, how to instal, 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 Mfg. Co., 33A Harbour St., Sydney. ' t
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 5 July 1946
secretaries 'of local commit tees supplying 'copy' for this jour nal are asked to have it in the ol fice as early as possible on the days prior to publication;' They just fell in love 'I like you', he said. 'I like you. too, she smiled at him. 'Fall in love with me, please. I'd like to marry you. Ycur're SUCH a nice man. And I'm getting quite old.' 'Old ?' He look her hand. 'Old ? With a skin like that ? Foolish girl.' Oil, yes, he's in' love with her. With iter pretty skin. The skin that Creme Chnrmosan gave her. A skin so ctear, so young, so pretty, so lovely. ? What makes us middle aged ? That dark brown patchy colour that settles in the skin, creme Charmosan re moves THAT antl .thus brings back youth. It seems to charm old aga right way. Why look old? There's no need to with this precious creme right at hand to answer your dream of a . young lsoking and' pretty skin, no matter what your age. Creme Charmosan Grcasciess. Big jars 2/(1. Tubes 1/ Sold everywhere. ' Don't have sore h...
PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 5 July 1946
PERSONAL ? i Pte. Jack Lloyd Is spending a few days back in Cootamundra. Mr. Les. Wallace arrived back from his Jindabyne property last Wednes day. While there he was snowed In for four days. ^ ! Mr. Eric Smith, of 'The Forest', near Bethungra, had 210 points in the rainfall, whilst the nearby village re ported only 130. A visitor to Cootamundra today was Mr. Tom Prince, who will be remem bered as a skin buyer here a few years ago w.'t : his partner, Mr. Jack Kidd. Mr. ..ian Love, of J. R. Love and Co.. acci. npanied by Mr. Lance Ferris, the firm's southern representative, has been visiting Cootamundra for a few days. Mr. Egan Moulton. of Dirnaseer. top-scored in the amateur hour at Wagga with the solo, 'Give a Man a Horse He can Ride I', getting 2797 votes. Old residents of Cootamundra will be sorry to hear of the death of Mrs. Bertha Williamson, at Sheffield, Eng land, on 23rd April. Deceased's hus band died several years ago at Bel ! more. Sydney, where they resided 1 after leavi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 5 July 1946
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GOLF NOTES (By "Rebuilt.") [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 8 July 1946
GOLF NOTES (By 'Rebuilt.') . A working party spent Saturday af ternoon securing lawn for the tees This helped to reduce the field in .size. Still, many good cards were re turned. The winner, Paul Mcndham has been a consistent contestant of competitions. A case of 'practice makes perfect.' Results: Mendham ? 94 26 68 Diuulas ? 93 22 71 Brook ? 84 13 71 Smith , ? 83 17 72 Rowe ? ? 77 4 73 Ticchurst ? 96. 23 73 Crossman ? 99 24 75 Weissel ? 100. 24 76 Steadman ? ,.. .. 101 21 80 WUidrlm ..' .. . . .. ...... Ill 32 SO Caster ? ? ? ? 113 32 81 Gerkin ? ? .,115 .27 ( 88 Smith..-. ;f .. ? ? ?.. lil,.'2^'89 i , Alf. ' Smith jWiJl , long . remember, his last game on thp CMtamjind'ra '.uolf iinks. He wpn the stroke handicap on Sunday afternoon, with a glorious 81 off the stick. Alf Ls to leave, us next week. It is bad luck, as w.e play our championship next Sunday. Good shooting, Alf., at your next, abode ! Results: A. Smith ? ' 81 17 64 L. O'Toole ? 87 22 65 T. Williams .. ? ? 80 14 66 D. Do...
BOWLS [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 8 July 1946
BOWLS The handicap pairs events now be ing conducted by the cootamundra popular with all members, and are a popular with all members, . and is a very good innovation to be played dur ing the winter months. | The matches of this event that were played during the wsek-end all proved to be full cf interest, and generally wero all very closely competed: It is anticipated that the remainder of the matches of the first round that will be played in the coming week-end will also be of a similar standard of good bowling and will result in close I games again being contested. . | All games played over the week-end resulted as follows: Handicap Pairs | The game between Croker and Kin sey versus Burren and N. Plnkstone was all square at the close of the 21st end, but the former, on scoring two on the additional end played, were nble to come out the winners by 20 to 13. Stnntcford and G. R. Williams lead throughout in defeating G. Tie and Callendar, 27 to 22. M. Mutch and D. Dickson, after lead ...
MR. ARTHUR BUTLER DEFENDS HIS REPUTATION [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 8 July 1946
MIt. ARTHUR BUTLER DEFENDS MIS REPUTATION Mr. Arthur Butler, managing direc tor of Butler Air Transport, replied 1 1 allegations made in the House cf Representatives by Mr. Abbott (C.P N'.S.W.i, about the operation of air line, in the north-western part of the State. Mr. Abbot! had stated that North western Airlines had been unable to get approval for the purchase. or hire, cl an aircraft, but the Butler Com pany had been allowed to purchase a Douglas. Mr. Abbott had aded that it almost demanded an inquiry to see whether, there had been underhand work orj bribery in this case. 'The authorities know the full facts of the situation,' said Mr. Butler.] 'They know the war record of my cr.iiipnay: why North-western Airlines closet! down; and why my company was officially permitted to buy not one, but three, Douglas, aircraft. 'Mr. Abbott has-been directly ap p'i-:cd of my views on his unwarrant ed insinuations. But. for the sake of a repute in which I take just pride. I am prepared to' p...
INSPECTION OF COUNTRY KILLING SITES [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 8 July 1946
? ! INSPECTION OF COUNTRY j KILLING SITES The :i!e suggested by the council country killing works at Goult:u!'| n ill be inspected by the rci-n't'. ? , appointed country killing works .super- j vising engineer. Mr. Daveney. and tin! exp-rt committee next Wcdnesdav. In-' spection of sites at Dublin. Wiutca. I and Gunnedah v. ill follow without d» lay. M?.!:ing this announcement. the Minister for Agrl.'iiiture dlnn. E. H Grahami said: 'Now tiiat the nego tiation st.t;:.: in the establishment of count i.v kilL.it; hr.d been completed, arrangem: nts are well 111 hand to (eminence the necessary surveys belore drawing up detailed plans and speci fications for works. 'Mr. Davenev commenced duty with his department on July 1, and is now busy securing information and asses sing data on which to base methods of planning these works. Without delay Mr. Daveney will undertake. along with a committee of experts, inspec tion of abattoir sites suggested by the councils concerned. The committee will...
BETHUNGRA WATER SCHEME [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 8 July 1946
BETIIUNGltA WAT E It | I SCHEME I o:.:. ::tl notification was received It':'.:'.- the Illabo Shire has been in chulul in the Northern Rivcrina | county Council area . I U\ :i:i- means Its is hoped to y.el ' elei-triiilv and water to rural areas. I The -!iiv: clerk described as ;'.ot I very .-ati: .l.i:-tory the lact ;nai. ! though a lives ir.B had decided that the ! canity Council should take over the 1 proposed lie: hungra water scheme. :!ie i decision h»-l 11 it been incorp -rai'.-! , int:i the mintl'.es. Cr. H. L. Robertson and cr. A J I Cowled were appointed delegates to I'.' j County Council. and they will t I forwaid suggestions for various v..- 'i schemes for the district. I
ENGLAND RETAINS FOOTBALL "ASHES" [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 8 July 1946
ENGLAND RETAINS . FOOTBALL 'ASHES' ' By defeating Australia 14-5 in the second Rugby League Test in Brisbane on Saturday, England retains the 'ashes' of International football. The first- Test resulted in a drawn game between the two countries, and the third Test cannot now affect the position. I England previously retained the 'ashes' when it won the first two Tests in England in the 1937-38 sea son. Australia won the third Test on, that visit. England has . now won 25 Tests to Australia's 12. Four Tests have , been drawn. ' Australia has not won the 'ashes'^ since the English tour here in 1920.
LOCAL & GENERAL FOO-BY" FENNELL AT THE ROXY [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 8 July 1946
LOCAL & GENERAL ; TOO-EY' FENNELL AT TIIE ItOXY In spite of the tact mat, nc uiuy m rived in Cootamundra at 7 p.m., after n very cold trip from Sydney, Mr.] Willie i'Foo-ey'- Fennell was in splendid form at the War Memorial' | benefit show at tiie Roxy last Thui'S- 1 tlav night. His amusing sketches and inimitable patter 'brought the house down.' Mr. I .a I Kuriim. eelloist. who accom panied Mr. Fennell. was unable, owing to a mishap to his cello on the way up. to perform, but very ably assisted 'Fon-ev' in one of his sketches. The committee of the Cootamundia and Diitn. t War Memorial Fund wis lie ?? to express appreciation and (?rati'ude to these stars for their gene rnr.- ?- I'siure. The committee Ls also grateful to Mr George, of the Roxy Theatre, for !u:- kindness and co-operation.
FOOTBALL Cootamundra Beaten By 19 Points to Nil [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 8 July 1946
FOOTBALL | Cootamundra Beaten By 19 Poinst to Nil Although cootamundra were beaten by 19 points to nil in the Group Nine Competition game at Tumut on Sun day, the scores were not a true indica tion of the game. Actually, with ten minutes to go. Tumut were leading 4-nil, but in quick time Grelg (Cootamundra) was sent off for punching, and Lloyd (Cootamundra) was carried off with an injured leg. With two Cootamundra 1 men off the field. Tumut scored! three tries in quick succession, all of which were converted. | Mr. Quinn, of Tumut. rcfereed. and awarded 19 free kicks to Tumut, while i Cootamundra was lucky to collect the! bare one. . I Reserves Beaten , Tumut Reserves beat Cootamundra Reserves by 17 jxiints to nil. Third Grade Competition Waratahs Too Good I Much interest was taken in the clash between the Waratahs and tiie D= La Salle Old Boys i:i the third grade com|-etition on Fisher Park yesterday, as they were the joint lead ers in the competition. However, the Waratalis were m...