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OBITUARY MR. EDWARD TICEHURST [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 8 July 1946

OBITUARY ? a ? Mlt. EDWARD TICEIIURST The death occurred, in the District Hospital, of Mr. Etlward Ticehurst, a stranger to Cootamundra. So far no relatives have been traced, and little is known of him. He was a returned soldier of World War 1. The remains were laid to rest in the IiC. portion of the Cootamundra cemetery yesterday.

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 8 July 1946

The broadcasting of the Federal Parliament begins next Wednesday.

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OUR NEIGHBORS MURRUMBURRAH-HARDEN [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 8 July 1946

OUR KIMS' MUUttUMUUIiUAH-UAKDEN Miss Kath Thomas, after holid r at Bargo and Sydney, has ii-.-un: duties at the council Chambers. Miss 'Allie' Kelly has received hir discharge from the AAV.A.S. Mr. Viv. Irvine has rejoined Army as a member of B.C.O.F.. Mr. Singleton, manager of th,. n , . den R.R.R., has been tran.sicrr--;| i . Gloucester. Police Cadet Richard Wales, v. !:?, ; been holidaying at Kitii; Vvitn hi parents, returned to barracks. Mr. T. MsMahon. whib mo;;;,:, . :1t the school, had his thumb crusind t«s tween a half-ton pipe r.iui tin- wall. He was admitted to hv| i :,: Mrs. A. Egan, of Li'hv -.v. rr!iirn«-:l homo after a month v.Stli ic.:- par;-;its. Mr. and Mrs. J. Collin-. At ii::,. iniiugural meeting of the ?.lurni!i:ni!ri-:-h Yoiin?,er Set the or gantM r:-. ^ v. !»;?,. delii', hied with the re-! ri1' attendance was' ? ? » beginning, while- the I 'll !; 1 1 n'::fii to guide the future i:': »' :-!!,««r Set gtiaranteis its suc pre: President, Miss ; .-i. i r.; treasurer...

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 8 July 1946

SMALL ADVTS.— Wanted, Pound, j Lost. To-Let-, For Sale, etc.— are Cd | per line per issue (6 words to a line),! with a minimum charge nf vg. j WANTED, Furnished Flat or House. Apply tills office. WANTED, by young business ' girl, Board, private home preferred. Ap-' ply this office. J WANTED, Furnish Ed Room; supply own blankets. Apply E. El'.vord, 80 [ Parker Street. j LOST, between cootamundra YVestj and 1G7 Sutton Street, Bunch of Keys. I Finder please return to this office. WANTED, by railway employee (ex servicemen), wife and one child, Un- j furnished or Furnished House, Flat, or Rooms. Apply this office. WANTED, Cottage. Flat, or Rooms, accomodate two. Apply this office. I WANTED. Smart Boy, left school, to [deliver morning papers. Good wages.! ' Apply H. Ekin, Cootamundra. I — — ? * ? ? ? ? WILL exchange Tenancy my Modern Flat, Bondi, all conveniences, for suit able residence, cootamundra. Hallam. Box 48, Sydney. LIMITED quantity of Electric Bed Warmers now procurable at RAY,...

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

'V M' ! - *-f5»rV-^Wf .1 .h «#f¥5«. 'o* fcSE, ;J0 ,%-vf ' ,m! . pf ??? *tk& iffizg&t&it Nmwe, !: Wb ^%U&iz4 s ' ? rr-iIIIC reputation enjoyd by hit . -r n ;? t i- jikiI Tracks ha« been I building steadfastly s-'incc tin.- lirst high-wheeler took to X the roads — forty years ago. Today International is the Kivateil nam' in trucks because International Harvester lias kept faith with tire men who use trucks. Soon the full vanne of th? latest Iiitcp'ationals will bp available, in capacities from half ion to ten ions . . . including light, medium, and lioavy-duty models . . . Safeguard your next trui-k investment — choose an IniernatiMial. Ask note for information «t oar branch house shoturooms or from any ' of our metropolitan distributors or country locul agents. ? HmIntI ! fcJI M 0® W® '? i IF *P j | j BA1CIM® TOWNER j J always ensures success, when used with any good plain ? ! flour. Crusty, light scones, flaky pie-crust and pastry, ? | ! even textured...

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 8 July 1946

jjj.vr now much is ©OS WOBtTH? [?] [?] I The. real r nine of our money 1 h'lH'iuh on how and when tvr spend it . . . lor momry j» worth only as imirh :is it will imv. If wo pay U for !5'« worth of our pound is worth only 15 ? — not ^ooil htisines* from our point of vii'u. And that is jti.-l what sonic people arc pri»p;tr-*-! to -!o to-day. lty computing with each other to hitv various t'ommoililic* in short Mipplv, | hoy forro priros UP . . . and tho value of ihoir money DOWN! So lot u* widely insist on 20/ f£ood value for CI spent, and thus help to maintain ihe purehasin*; power of our money at Us rorrcii level. Let's rigidly observe th«» eeilln^ priees set oir various nrlieles, and uhtde by the ration* iitg of scarce jioods . . . Tor thc«* controls are all designed to keep tho-e prices down. Let u« luty only what wo really need and invest (he money saved at better than Unnti intnrvst in Common* wealth Honds and Savings Orli ficntes. That's the way to collect :i handy little nest J...

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEW WOMEN POLICE [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 8 July 1946

NEW WOMEN POLICE Eleven new policewomen, whom the State Government decided to appoint ( several weeks ago, have been selected,1 and will begin as probationary police women next month. They will bring the strength of the New South Wal:s women's police to 32, and later some of them will be drafted to suburban po lice stations in large industrial areas and to country towns. I Jack Arthur Coggan. only son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Coggan, of 'Cran- villa,' Coolac, and Hilda Hodge, second ' daughter of Mrs. Hodge and the late Mr, J. Hodge, of Ccssnock, were mar ' ried on Saturday at St. George's Pres byterian Church, Sydney. i

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FEDERAL MOTORING TAXATION [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 8 July 1946

FEDERAL MOTORING TAXATION | 'A grain of hope for a better deal for motorists,' is how Mr. H. I. John son, general secretary of the N.R.M.A., descibes a reply from the Prime Min ister (Mr. chiflev) to representations from the N.R.M.A. and R.A.C.A., in association with organisations in other States, for a reduction in special taxes which add to the costs of motor vehicle users. The renlv was given to the Minis ter for Transport (Mr. Ward), '.viio had supported the request for lower taxation. Mr. chifley said: 'The war-time increases in the petrol tax were im posed to assist in financing the war effort. War expenditure will continue to be high for some time to com'-1, and moreover the war has added a heavy continuing liability to the Com monwealth budget. The question of reduction of the petrol tax, in con junction with other taxation, will be given consideration as soon as the budgetary financial position permits. 'Under the Federal Aid Roads and Works agreement the Commonwealth pays ...

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 8 July 1946

At last Friday's Associated Agents' sale in Cootamundra, outstanding I prices were again obtained thruiigh | cut the whole yards. A large num I her of liuvers attended from all over this State and Victoria, and secured 60 trucks of sheep. Details will ap pear in to-ni irr*. a-'s issue. The mar ket here I a* very prominent. The qual cf - ? yardlngs would not he t ? -id a..., ..here.

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 8 July 1946

PERSONAL 1 Mr. Jack Young is a patient in hos- ; pltal with a heavy cold. j Pie, Harry Gehrig arrived back in Cootamundra this morning on leave. Sergeant Blackman, of the Coota mundra police, resumed duty today after six weeks' leave. Aged 82, Mr. Daniel Mulcahy died at the Old People's Home, Young, where he had been for four years. De ceased was bom at Yass and for some years lived at 'Cootamundra. He was a bachelor. Interment was made In the Catholic portion ol' the cemetery, Rev. Father Cireene conducting the service. Mr. Vince Kelly, of Wallendbeen, was conveyed by ambulance to the District Hospital with on injured arm, sustain ed in a fail on Saturday. Mrs. Hayward, soil., of Butts Street. Warren Sub, was transported by the ambulance thLs morning to the Dis trict Hospital. In a note, Mrs. Gladys McLeod, of Petersham, formerly of Coolac, tells of the busy time she is having wel coming home her, five sons, all of whom have seen active service— Jack, Doug Bill. Alian and Les, whil...

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PROPOSED FACTORY AT TUMUT [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 8 July 1946

PROPOSED FACTORY AT TUMUT Arrangements for the establishment . of a ladies' underwear factory in Tuinut are proceeding satisfactorily. It | is understood that Mr. Behnard Schon, ; principal of the firm of Dyomee Mantt- j facturing Pty. Ltd.. intends to fly to1 America for the purpose 01 obtaining. . the most modern machinery, and the J Department has indicated that no dif- j Acuity will lie experienced in import- ! ing machines. It is possible that a lease : will be taken of O'Brien's Hall for the factory, and the labor position will be clarilied before further consideration is given to the purchase of tiie building ; for the establishment of the factory 011 1 permanent basis. ' |

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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C.W.A. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 8 July 1946

C.W.A. The usual monthly meeting was held on Friday, during the course of which ? Mrs. Alec scott was welcomed as a new member. | Discussion of a ball was held over^ from the last meeting, but Mrs. Kiley | withdrew her motion, after it had been suggested that, the final lesutis did not warrant the effort required. Consequently, it was decided to raise money for the hostel fund anothet t way. ' Members, we need tiie support or, each and every one of you if our hos tel is to be built. Could each one, by 1st November, raise £1 by any mean.-; at her disposal? It may b? possible for some of you to band together in j a concerted effort: but. if each mem ber will do her share, we can advance our fund by a substantial sum. The ^ rooms are available to members wish ing to raise £1. but bookings must be I made as usual. In August it is proposed to hold a card party at the C.W.A. Rooms to fcsUr personal conta-. l.s between ^ members, the proceeds also to go I', the hf.stel fund. So. please com...

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DANGER SPOT ON ROAD TO BE EXAMINED [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 8 July 1946

? : ? | , DANGER SPOT ON ROAD TO BE i EXAMINED ' I The divisional engineer, Mr. White, in company with the Illabo Shire l're- ; sident, Cr. H. L. Robertson, ant! en gineer, Mr. J. Eeilly, visited Marinna to discuss road alteration opposite the railway station, wnicn was me seen. of the tragic accident recently when two men were killed and others seri ously hurt. | 'A very nasty comer,' said Cr. Robertson, describing the area. He added that it threw small cars off balance when they struck the pot holey gravel surface. Cr. Cowled suggested that a realign ment was necessary because of the sharp turn, while he also disagreed Willi the grading of the area.

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
INTERTOWN 'BUS SERVICES? [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 8 July 1946

INTEKTOWN 'BUS SERVICES? The refusal of the Minister for Transport to grant a license for a daily 'bus service between Vass and Tunutt lias been severely criticised. | The matter will be taken up by the Gundagai Civic Association, for tli.it organisation is alive to benefits such a service would give to people. | A request for a similar 'bus service j from Ytuss to Cowra was also turned down by the Minister; and Cowra, Chamber of Commerce enters a vigor ous protest. The chamber will also move to have the Transport Act amended and brought into line with modern condi tions. The opinion is that the Transport Act should be amended so as to allow free transport of goods all over the State.

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 8 July 1946

Pretty girl young man 'Well, well, it's you,' she faid, smil ing. 'Why. Oil, hello, Pretty Girl,' he said, taking both her hands in his. He seemed unwilling to let them go. ! 'Well,' she murmured, 'If you II give me buck my hands I'll ^ 1 'I'd like to hold them for ever,' he said, bending clon'.r. I He had fallen In love with her. Powder Charmosan does that 101 ^ l .sltin. It so SUBDUES and CONCEALS] faults in your skin, ar.d signs of age 1 that they seem no longer there. | It does MORE. Its marvellous color lone imparls a suave, subtle finish o your skin; such chic; such youthful loveliness that you look YEARS YOUNGER and twice as pretty Charmosan face powder in Rachel, Naturelle, Peche, Sun Tan Big box, 2/6. Small, 1/3. Sold every where. I Have lovely hands. Use Charmosai ' hand lotion. Non-sticky. Non-greasj . Big bottle, 2. , Small, 1/. Sold cveiy where.

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CRUMBS [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 8 July 1946

CRUMBS The week-end weather at Coota mundra was genial; for sports and pas times, and numbers enjoyed themsel ves. Wagga and Goulburn shows will be resuscitated next year. Fine, cold weather was general throughout N.S.W. last night. . An open season for shooting of kan garoos is proclaimed for the Monaro district. Temora Council has approved of a £632 plan for a children's playground, and will submit the proposal to the Ministc and request a grant of half the ct . Famii.j is still rampant in China and Malaya. In Singapore oranges are 1/8 each. There is said to be a wonderful opportunity for Australia to trade in both countries,. At Botidi yesterday a launch, 1 throuuh oneine failure, was drifting perilously close to rocks. Lifcsavers .swam out with lines, attached sairtc to the vessel, and it was pulled to safety. A hay rake attachment on a lorry, which lets down when in use. Ls being used extensively by farmers in New Zealand. Effective when the lorry is travelling as fast as 20 m....

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 9 July 1946

For Heavy Chest Colds Woods' Great Peppermint Cure

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 9 July 1946

TO LOCAL ANI) CITY ADVERTISERS tOOTffllDM DAEY HERALD' (Establishad in 1877) , Is the Only Newspaper in the 'Conrvncj 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 over 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 Young (32). Cootamundra is almost the half-way rail centre between Sydney and Melbourne, with branches on both sides: — a four way centrepot with a network of railways unsurpassed by any provincial portion of the Commonwealth. Town industries include Flour M-'l, Rice Mill, Soapworks, Timber Yards, Butter and Bacon Factory, Clothing' Factory. District: Extensive Piggery, 25-acre Saleyards and Rest ing Paddocks. ' Primary Production: Wool, Whqat, Mco...

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 9 July 1946

;V; ' Scon t a lies of local commU tee.s .supply in'-! 'copy' for this jour nal are asked to have i! in the o: fice as early as possible on the days prior to publication.

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ROBBED WHILE ASLEEP ON TRAIN [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 9 July 1946

robbed' WHILE ASLEI'P ON TRAIN It is reported that the police are seeking a thief who removed an ex servicemen's .slice while he was asbep in the Brisbane express on Thursday night and stole -SMC5 hidden in the toe of his sock. ly discharged from the A.I.F.. was the victim of tho theft. His sock was found in a lavatory niter tiie tiieft. but not tile tnict. The loss was repuiteci at Want tah. Richards said he had taken sleeping tablets lor nerves, and went to sleep aiter a eliat with a man who had board :;d the train at Die same time as himsii f. i D.'ircy, son of Mr. and Mrs. 1 Vd Doolaii, ol Temora. wax admitted 10 hu'pital and operated u:i ior appendi citis. i

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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