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GUNDAGAI'S TOURIST TRAFFIC [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 8 July 1946

GUNDAGAI'S TOURIST TRAFFIC Gundagai has been witnessing an influx of tourists. The dally average has exceeded 150. Last week a new peak was reached, when hole L; and cafes found difficulty in catering for the visitations. At lunch time eleven tourist omnibuses were in town, besides dozens of ears. Every night the six hotel:; have the 'hcu:e lull' sign out. Travellers have to pass o:i or camp ilia night in their li-ts.

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ALLEGED ILLEGAL USE OF ARMY JEEP [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 8 July 1946

ALLEGED ILLEGAL USE OK ARMY JEEP Two Junee men have been charged with having illegally used a military jeep without the permission of the person who was lawfully in charge of the vehicle. The charge is directly associated it»i Hi on offlrlnnt. nl Mfirinnu rr-r-oni i\\ when two young men were killed, o:v. a school teacher and the other a soi- ? dier. ? Police bail of £50 was allowed to caeh of the men cliai'ge'.l, and hey will appear at a later .sitting -.; ;irj Junee court.

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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"GOT THE BULL BY THE HORNS !" The Struggle of a Junee Man [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 8 July 1946

'GOT THE BULL BY THE HORNS !' The Struggle of a Junse ; Man j After his experience with a bull. Mr. Keith Duck, of Junee, has some idea of the qualms which are present in the mind of a Spanish toreador who has shown too much red. He was feeding a big red bull that vjwiis wiiun me uiuniai u*;i liim.' He acted quickly, grabbed the; bull by the horns, and kept it at bay. | The duel ensued for some consider able time. Each time the animal bit:-. 1 ted at him, Mr. Duck turned ills I ?shoulder to take the impact. | At last Mr. Duck slipped. His holdj °'i tile horns was broken. Mr. Duck takes up the story lrom then on: 'There I sat on the ground, »n my haunches . He kept looking at me, and I k:pt looking at him. It was the worst few minutes of my life.' There was no tragic end, for, after looking venomously at Mr. Duck for some time the bull, like the pig. got up and slowly walked away. Incidentally, the animal is the one which some time ago gored Mr. OKeefe; and the injuries were .subse q...

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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JOY AND CULTURE FOR THE COMMUNITY [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 8 July 1946

JOY AN1) CI'LTI'IJK i on T1H. COMMUNITY j The Saturday aiternoon half-holiday in Coritanuinilra has made a pleasing ililTctencc to Hie people, in that it has brought together the old Wednes day half-h'olidayers and the Saturday ditto, who over the Ioiir years had liaullv known each other. Now things are wry dillireut. I.i spor.s and pas times the improvement is particularly iioticra'-l?. the - lulis, will) their in c rea .til m-'ml-rr-iiip. are having a sue cessiul run. 'tennis. t'r.r instance, is in the boom, which hitherto had been split up Uetnerii the Wednesday and Saturday— the attendances had not been gcid emiush to keep the courts going and the dulis liiianced. Other piu.litr.es liave likewise improved. We lij-icfly refer to the..e daylight activi ties, which do so imieli towards malt ing a healthy hotly and a sound mind; hut what to do in the evenings, especi ally rtl' this season of the year, raises ether questions. , Wagga is. to revive community singing' and Ythcr feature...

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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R.A.A.F BULK FUEL The Terminal at Cootamundra Taken Over by Private Company [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 8 July 1946

R.A.A.F BULK FUEL The Terminal at 1 Cootamundra i Taken Over by Private' Company j i Australian Motorists' Petrol coy.. ' Ltd., has taken over the bulk hiel ler minal situated on the outskirts of Cactamundra, on the Junee road. This is cr.c of several bought from the R.A.A.F. by this all-Australian oil company, which will then have a chain of dep -ts servicing several centres throughout N.SAV. ; The terminal will be of I ic-Ially open ed shortly, as soon as the necessary renovations have been completed and the machinery fv.'.ic'.ioning correctly. 'I'lie first slip is th-' le-airangemejit : of the premises. i:'.t hiding the re-j moval cf Uu- camoul !;-?.;?? nets from the stcraet tanks. lcnrn;, i of dtinnr.yj buildings and tiers. repainting of buildings, and a general 'spring clean ing,' taming the now uniuly and un sieluly area into a modern fuel dep:t. A sp-cial siding enables the fuel In be imnip.d direct !: cm the railway cars into the tanks, saving extra handling and time. i The ...

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 8 July 1946

PROFESSIONAL j iT^ITA. SPE1BB, j Optometrist* U. A. SPEIRS, F.I.O., Hons., Sydney j consultations: Thursaays 2 p.m. w 5 |Mn. Fridays 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Of fice open every day /or. adjustments and appointments. | Phone. Cootamunara 185 for ap pointment. Office In Austral Cham bers, open Monday to Friday, 9 to 5; Saturday. 9 to 12 for adjustments and | replacements ? PPII1 'Cootamundra Daily' Herold' MONDAY. JULY 8. l!llli.

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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BUSH FIRE BRIGADES GETTING READY Conference at Gundagai [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 8 July 1946

BUSH FIRE BRIGADES ! GETTING READY Conference at . j Gundagai t District bush fire brigades are de-l tetwined ..tc^ .be. ready. Tor. all. . emevt.) g'encies in the coming summer. At a' conference at the Shire Chambers their representatives discu: sed lire fighting methods, equipment. and general -strategy. 1 Present at the conference were Messrs. P. Reardon and J. Kicholls (Jonss's Cieek), A. Turner and M. G. Smart iTumblong). F. L. Horsley a'.- R. A. At! wood (Burra Creek i. 1., R. ( Eowcr and R. Bower iDarbalarai. C ' H. Sides and D. R. Desbcis iMuttj-; ma i. A. J. Kicholls and R. W. Beay iSotuli Gundagaii, G. F. Waugh ard ; P. Ct. Tail (Gobarralongi. P. G. Ma'.icr ! and G. A. Armour iCoolaci. J. Ivl.j 1 Reardon ('Postmaster-General's De-| partmenti. and T. G. Lindley. P. Me-J Hugh. A. J. Chandler, and R. R. Kn^xj ' i Shire counciHar.si. ; I It was decided to request the snivel to have the engineer and overseer in- 1 pect the equipment in possession of all brigades prior to next s...

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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THE ROMANCE OF A DIAMOND PROSPECTOR [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 8 July 1946

THE ROMANCE OF , A DIAMOND i PROSPECTOR i LONDON. Monday: A mid-Ue-us«s , Australian pi o.spec'.or. Dr. J. P- \V:l-r lianison. whom the Johannesburg 'iici-j mond syndicate.' turned dj\vn when asked : r . ? .miicc in developing his Tanaav.vi.-.,, n-.anwnd concessions !u::;-:; by tearing up a '-''M '.' : . ,.i:!hon sterling which !'i' ?? :vi»:eK'ntative offered »'«' ; : ???;*?. t in his main mine. K'- ?????? unr.her five million . !.i;.-r. and I miiht

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OVERSEAS NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 8 July 1946

OVKKSDAS NEWS I Overseas news in 'us newspaper is supplied by Australian Associated ^ Press. Sources include in England The ; Times, Daily T.'lcgiaph. Daily Mall. Daily Herald. Dai'.y Express, Manchest er Guardian. Reuters World Service, Associated Press of Great Biitain, and Exchange TihT,Yaph Agency; and in America, the New Yolk limes. Herald-Tribune. Associated Press, and ihe North American Newspaper Alli ance. Matter from the London Times does not express that news paper's view unless so staled.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 8 July 1946

SHOP WITH OUR ADVERTISERS AND mention whifif -«'ou 'sow ??? ' - ADVERTISED in this Newspaper. TWELVE PACES of CHILDREN'S SUPPLEMENT \Mf and W : coma IK THE S.M. HIMLD^agf EVERY WEDNESDAY The Chilaicn will be clamouring fot 'Playtime' . . . stories, articles, puzz fes and competitions . . ? Good prizes every week and a Grand Prize of a Holidcy Trip for the whole fcmily. See 'Playtime' every Wed nesday for full details. | ORDER YOU R COP^ Y NOW! a a ' NOTE: Yoor two daily pc.g«i of country n»wi, tporl «nd {?aturti hovo s bt*n fiiil further increased. A»k your agent to mak* sutt you g«t yewr MH«raldu EVER* . DAY. [?] ? can win the elections! IT !S THE PEOPLE WHO SUFFER FROM BAD GOVERNMENT j They— ] 'k extortionate taxes wasteful governments levy. \ ^ Suffer the domestic hardships weak-kneed, buck-passing governments impose. See their hopes of a home, or of a soldier's career, blasted by bungling governments that don't get beyond blue-prints. The People called the Country Party into bei...

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ARAB HIGHER COMMITTEE'S DEMAND Dissolution of Jewish Agency [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 8 July 1946

ARAB HIGHER COMMITTEE'S DEMAND Dissolution of Jewish I Agency LONDON. Monday: The Arab High-) er Committee, which meets at Jcru-, saiem ti;day. v.-ili draft a note de-j manding iiisM-hnion of the Jewish; Agrnry. '.hie.Ki'nmg civil disobedience | li the iilc!;.-l immigration continues.! A member ct -he committee said. 'The' very fact that the British found it j necessary to occupy the Agency and: arrest, the itadi-rs is evidence enough' for its dissolution.'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 8 July 1946

BRUDERLINSi DRAPERS OFFER i MANY MATERIAL { REMNANTS ; ? ? I

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 8 July 1946

COMFORT a ! 162 P*rker 8t. 'Phons: tOl OFFERS BLACK AND j BROWN WALKING SHOES j FOR 19/11 PAIR i i

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KILLED NEAR WAGGA Truck Overturns On Albury Read [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 8 July 1946

KILLED NEAR WAGGA Truck Overturns On Albury Road Racing to catch life family. who were on Llioir way to Wagga in a utility. William Trailit Hughe;;. asjid 24, of 'Ciearview,' Albtiry road, Wag ga, was killed instantly on Friday when the truck he was. driving over turned just .-.{tor he passed the utility. ' The ?; titi gj^ay t q^uirred~fftftjttt '2'vp.m ? Hughes's mother (Mrs. W. I'. Hughes) arid* several' other 'members' of the family had left earlier fcr Wagga. but j-oon _after their departure lie dise'jv-, ered that they had forgotten a parcel.. He immediately set out after thenv in tha truck, and. on sighting the: utility, he left the road to pass it with the intention of pulling .up. As he was drawing on to the road ag:iin one of the wheels of the truck collap sed, and the utility overturned two or three times. i Hughes was thrown clear, but was killed instantly. His skull was frae turned. ? Deceased was a farmer residing on the property of his father, Mr. Wil liam Frederick Hu...

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STATE LOTTERY First to Petersham [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 8 July 1946

STATE LOTTERY First to Petersham 1 SYDNEY, Mouthy. state 1 .itcry No.i 1356 was drawn today. ' I First prize was won i)V iciln9 'Family' syndicate. L. cii',!. rj .Mian's! eve., Petersham. Sccontl, No. 655::,'!. ??Hen's Mistake'; syndicate, A. Dotld's. rate Lon's. Tighe's Hill. I Third. No. 10220. 'Here's Hoping'' syndicate, 1^. Gibson. 7 .'i'-i 'v.u''. sti'v-t, Paddlngton. . Fourth. No. 59788. 'Revd Tex' syn-, dicate. Mrs. N. Ha i ward. Central School, Nyngan. | 10 VKIZKS AT vl!)!) 2-159 12913 2531-! L'a.'ll.') -!0D77 I 428H2 -1300(1 504-IS flliijl 0-1723 111 I'ltiZl'S AT iir.O 5127 11881! 22i:irt ;)7CMI 5373!! 571 !() l)H23 HO'Jl.'i 7001*- 82310 1(1 r.lZKS AT £1(1 535'J 1521)8 J.}0i 2 53II5G 591 1G M151 71110! H(i449 99611 in I'Kizrs at c::o 3 r,.-, 2')-i71 2.' 820 39680 40301 43725 1 1 ',M |!38n3 8DB29 98153 15 I'lM/.I-.S AT £20 I 9617 i 2 1 33 27I.V3 28347 32638 3G828 fOifil 53239 555C9 5TJ'j« 62378 72202 75:131 017G8 90130 Lottery No. l:j57 will be drawn - n Wednesday. 1

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 8 July 1946

Wc wclconic reports of ' different* organisations, sporting builics, ,.tl. but ask that, where possible, 'copy' be in by 1 o'clock on l-'ridays f',(r Monday's Issue, and thereafter by i on the day preceding publication. 1 We wish to avoid having to hold anything over till the following issue. I

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13 MINES IDLE Record Day's Loss for Year [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 8 July 1946

13 MINES IDLE Record Day's Loss for Year SYDNEY. Monday: With 13 mines! idle o:i the N.S.W. coa!iiekl.- toaayi the production loss oi 10.90U ton.s is the heaviest for any on.' day thi» yearJ Meanwhile the Minister for Trails- ; port i Mr. O'Suliivani. the Con! Com-i mtssioner (Mr. Wiiham.M. and repri ?; sentatives of the Local Governaii'n. , Department are conferring today on 1 measures necessary to obtain greater! coal allocations for the N.SAV Rail- ; ways and Buiineroiig. j No additional power cuts are expect- 1 ed this week, and the Coal Com- j lnissicner will be told at today's cun lereuce that if supplies to the Rail- 1 ways ran be stepped up it may be possible to ease some «-!' the existing ' transport restrictions. - The Australian Railways Unian re vealed today that it propovs a.-.king the Government to institute emer gency transport services. The union is concerned over the risk of piivate enterprise capturing the transport .services during the lag period of coal ris:ricii...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 8 July 1946

A/AV.V.V.'.W.V.V.V//AWV) FEDERAL ELECTIONS Owing to pressure on space and increased production cosls, reports 'f political speeches and meetings, broadcasts, articles, letters, and oth er propaganda will only lie Inserted in this paper as advertising matter, with the exception of a report of a candidate's opening public' address. Advertising rate- may be obtained from litis olTlce.

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LATE JOHN CURTIN Pilgrimage to Grave [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 8 July 1946

LATE JOHN CURT1N Pilgrimage to Grave PERTH. Monday: A simple and im pressive ceremony; was held at tiie grave of the late; Prime Minister in the Karrakatta cemetery, yesterday afternoon. About 400 people were present. Printed and published by William Henry Pinicstonc; of -157 Wallendoon street, Cootamundra, at 'The Coota mundra Herald' Printery, 100 Wal lendno' street, Cootamundra.

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RECORD RIDE AROUND AUSTRALIA PER PUSH BIKE NIGH 50 YEARS AGO (No. 6.) [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 8 July 1946

RECORD RIDE AROUND AUSTRALIA PER PUSH BIKE | NIGH 50 YEARS AGO (By Donald Mackay, C.B.E. ) I (No. C.) | After lunch we soon left the timber i behind, and were out on slightly un- 1 duiating country, seeing a wild turkey ! in the distance occasionally. At Inst we made a lm.lt to inspect a rather strange lizard. It was about 18 inches long, with a mot i led bach, its tongue, several ::ichts irom its mouth after we had tickled its head with a piece of grass, resembled a leaf in shape, and was of a dark purple color. After thorol jhly in.'.pi-cUn;: it we pushed on. and soon came onto low. gravelly ridge's f.jarsoly clad with stunted trees. This seemed to be the home of the black cockatoo, many of the trees be ing black with them. As they flew | from tree to tree the deep red and yellow of their wings made strange contrasts to the foliage of the trees and the parched tuxsocky gnios that covers tins country. i The rk'.'us now became more marked, and here and there weir dot ed with small a...

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