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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 9 July 1946

SMALL ADVTS.— ? Wanted. Found Lost. To-Let, For Sale, ctc.— are Gc per line per issue 16 'words to a liner, with a minimum charge nf '/G. WANTED, Temporary DDmestic Help to start Thursday. Apply this office. WANTED. Waitress and Housemaid Apply Albion Hotel. Coatamur.dra. WANTED, Furnished Flat. Apply Fuller and Williams. Parker Street Cootamundra. WANTED, Girls. 16-17. for clipping cctlons. Smart gill to barn hand basting. Apply Ciothing Factory. FOlt SALE, Granny Smith Apples, ' 13/- a case. Nick Elias. Parker St. FOR SALE, Remington Typewriter almost new. Apply this office. FOR SALE. Modern B-.'dioom Suite, single, geed as new. Owner has no further use. Apply this olfice. LIMITED quantity of Electric B?d| Warmers now procurable at RAY' CROWE'S. Phone 423. j IJATTERY-charger installed at ' bus!- j ncss premises, also plenty of fresli dry and wet batteries at RAY CROWE S | Cycle Shop, Parker Street. j CALL and inspect our range of j Children's Safety Seats, simple to fit j to the b...

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

NO COUPONS ! NO COUPONS ! WOOL FROCKS » CARDIGANS ALL SIZES AND COLORS AT THE SALON 160 Parker street cootamundra SATURDAY NEXT, JULY 13, Commencing of 1.30 p.m. PA AND MS COP GIRLS v BOYS AND 'VICKY VERKY' ! FOOTBALL FROLIC ! FOOTBALL FROLIC ! A cuvtaln-ralscr between a school V -v., 1 . ; ... rn, La gaj]e ; a .^oal kicking y-mi»eiition between unuiv :-??? -. print, relay racc. foot ball match mi motor cycles: an applo and r.unii-roui other attraction:;. Don't miss out, be in i'.::i Admission: Adults. 1 0: ChiUiiv- c?. ..; aid of War Memorial Fund Sport;; Q'leen Candidiituie.

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OUTSTANDING LAMB PRICES At Cootamundra Associated Agents' Market Record of 46/7 [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 9 July 1946

OUTSTANDING LAMB PRICES At Cootamundra Associated Agents' Market j Record of 46/7 | Last Friday the above was pai^l by metropolitan buyers at the Coota nuindra sale. I The stock being yarded here are of an extremely high standard, and no doubt would hold their own ugainst' competition from anywhere in the Continent. j A large attendance of buyers from country and metropolitan ccntres nt tended, and their bidding was anim ated throughout. i Prime shtop and lambs were in strong demand. All classes were firm to dearer, especially plain wethers and ewes, sixty trucks of sheep and' si;; trucks of cattle were railed out ex the market. Cattle: 121 were yarded and v-ild. CompHititon was keen throughout, es pecially on prime lots, which were in. the minctiiy. Considerable interest was shown in thirty head of spring- ;\s ' and cows, with calves at foot, and competition was brisk. Bullocks sel;l ! to £10 3 : steers. £10. 5 to £11 15 ; j heifers, til 1 ; cows, to £10/3; dairy! injects. C4 10 to...

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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COOTAMUNDRA AND DISTRICT WAR MEMORIAL FUND OBJECTIVE . . . £10,000 [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 9 July 1946

COOTAMUNDRA AND DISTRICT WAR MEMORIAL FUND 03JECTIVE . . . £10,000 Previously acknowledged . . £2084 10 9 By Miss Carmel Ewen i Queen candidate) .. ?? 67 2 1 Mrs. Mackay ? 2 2 0 Miss Anges Mackay .... 2 2 0 j Queen Competition j Commerce Queen cFileen O'Neil) 4040, Spoils Queen i'Tim' Smith) ?? 3010 Select your costumes for the Pa and j Ma Cup at Fisher Park next Saturday. Loads of lun, fantastic costumes and ?;;cod sporting events, not to mention the hot do^s, tea. and sandwiches. Its for the Sports Queen. ' A coming event of great interest is Eileen O'Neill's novelty dance in the Town Hall on 25th. Jimmy Wood's Medodians are coming over from Tem- f ora for the occasion. It will be good! .

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 9 July 1946

PERSONAL ? IL Mr. Ray Hicks is now a member of tiie staff of the Commercial Bank, Cootamundra. The late Constable T. H. Johnson (38), of Wagga, married Miss Beryl Oldfield, of Cootamundra. and is sur vived by the widow and two children. Mr. E. Curran, former Temoraj Maher Cup player, now of Adelong,1 has recovered from a serious illness.; He is a brother of Mrs. J. Mclnerney,| of Junee. j At tiie Cootamundra Rotary Club j yesterday, the Rev. W. H. Chamber- j lain, w to is relieving the Rector, spoke | most itcrestingly of England, and a visiting Salvation Army officer added I short remarks about India. Both i the guests recounted experiences in the . countries mentioned. | Mr. Newman, solicitor, of Sydney, ar- j rived in Wagga yesterday to join the firm of Shcekey, Reynolds and Co. Cecily Preston, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Preston, Temora, is in Carlton Hospital, suffering fr.mi pneumonia. Her condition is satis factory. The engagement is announced cf, Eileen Joan, first daught...

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

JUST THINK OF- IT ! you can have a 4-Valve Dual-Wave ? Krio.slcr Radio for £18.-'18/. a! CLIFF SCOTT'S, The Radio Specialist Phone 525. Authorised Krcisler Dis tributor. MACHINE-SYPHdNED QUARTS AIAVAVS ON HAND AT THE RAILWAY HOTEL HOVELL STREET. I-'irst-class Quaiitj Beer. Phone 56 for ordars. Weddings and Birthdays Specially Catered for.

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

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Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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CORRESPONDENCE Re Shortage of Nurses [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 9 July 1946

CORRESPONDENCE Ite Shortage of Nurses Sir,— I read recently in the 'Coota- I mundra Daily Heraid' a letter written ! by Mr. Dunicley, and while I agree en- | tirely with Mr. Dynkley's version or ' the matter, there is much to be added! 1 and with which I feel sure all self- ' respecting people with a knowledge of the subject will agree. | I will endeavor to set cut, for in stance, much unnecessary work that , the nurses are called upon to perform: 1. — The vast majority of patients in any public hospital are aiiowed a full | diet, but in addition to three good meals daily, they are served with morning tea, afternoon lea. and then supper. at about 7 p.m. Imagine, in an j institution where (here is an average ' of 50 or «p patients to be so served, the j amount ol extra work so performed 1 by the nurses! I maintain that pat- 1 ients lying in bed. or even sitting about. I do not or should not. require those ex- j tra three .services. T hree jood meals j daily should be sufl'.deni. 2.— ...

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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POLICE COURT (Today) [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 9 July 1946

POLICE COURT i Today i Before Mr. R,. A. Hardwickc, J.P. Stock Permit Hubert Oakley Florance pleaded guilty to failing to produce on demand a permit for travelling stock. Mr. Kinsey appeared for the defend ent. constable Clifton: Florance was in charge cf sheep in the trucking yards. I asked him fur a travelling stock per mit, and he said one had not been issued. The sheep were travelling to Wodonga. The sheep were consigned by the Associated Agents, who did not issue a permit fur travelling. Mr. Kinsey: There was a very big sale that day. Defendant was busy, and did not have time to get a permit. I suggest a nominal penalty. There was not intention to flout the Act Constable Clifton: I have been at the agents about tills sort of thing on olh:r occasions, but they take i.o notice. Defendant was fined £2; court costs, 8'. In connection with two similar chargcs, the police prosecutor, s^t. Blackmail, said they were prepared to withdrew tiie charges if defendant paid costs. l\iTr Tl-in...

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TEMORA AMBULANCE MEETING BREAKS UP [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 9 July 1946

TOIOiJV AMBULANCE .MEETING BREAKS UP s'iie ial meeting of tiie Ambulance Committee, which was to have heard the .superintendent-secretary. Mr. N. fiioijie. an:-.\v.T aile.iut ions against him. end^d in a liasju. The chairman of the committee. Mr. j L. J. Meale. had suspended him from | duty fcr allegedly being absent witli ! cut letue. When the matter came be fore an ordinary meeting of the com mittee the chairman's action was en dor.ssd by six votes to three. The superintendent was then called upon tc answer' allegations at a special meeting of the committee called. to leave the meeting, held in a room in t he council chambers. Earlier.' on the casting vote or the chai! man. the committee had decided to hold ihe meeting in camera. When the request to the public to leave was mada. a voice shouted: 'We are entitled to stay here.' ? Mr. W. T. Ryan said that if anibu ?ance subscribers were ordcieti out. 51) or 60 would cancel their subscriptions. Tiie chairman paid that if the public l...

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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AMBULANCE MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 9 July 1946

AAIIIllLANC i: MLITINC. At the last meeting l tiie District Ambulance Committee. ,t t.iiien of ap preciation in the form ol a enld v. l ist - let watcii was presented ;o Mr. J M;:l 1.1LS, Mr. Jolm Brady, juesident in i1.' opening remarks, said it was one ol in ?^reatc.st pleasures being connected w'h the ainbtllance movement, but lha: nigiu it was n double pleasure, us ite hud to express ids appreciatinn to an other man as keenly interested m the ambulance. Mr. Muiliiis was a man to whom the committee owed a firea deal of. gratitude. His service and un tiring eifort'; lor the ambulance all ll'nnn.h tlin v.ini^ .. .1 . I,/.,. that helped very largely to luaintaui our scrvice v.'itli efficiency. Mr. Biady tiicn asked his Worship the Mayor (Aid. Dca. Stmt torn to make the presentation. 'This Ls one committee I have been associated with right from its incep tion.' said Aid. Stratton. 'and I know what wonderful assistance Jack Mul lins has given. We appreciate iiow suc cessful tiiose Chr...

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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WELCOME HOME DINNER [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 9 July 1946

WELCOME HOME DINNER Recipients of invitations to :|l- j tend the next Welcome Home Din ner in tiie Town Hall next Tuesday j evening are askeil to reply immedi ately to Mr. Ilus. Cohen, and anyone not having received an invitation to date slieuld also notify Mr. Cohen. Trams . will . run hi Sydney this Saturday afternoon, but the coal conserving cuts will keep them off the streets on Sunday. Tiie Central Coal Authority will not deal with miners' claims while the Queensland coal strike continues. Following the cancellation of the I Parramatta River ferry service, -he j Lane Cove Council has suggested the] formation of a county council to run. its .own service. Mr. Casey would not. last night, confirm reports that he had accepted Liberal Party candidature for the Lilley c Queensland) seat. At the Tumut broom factory, a week ly production of 75 dozen brooms Is the ' output. The factory began operations , three months ago. Production is ex pected to reach 100 dozen a week soon, j It's a ...

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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CRUMBS [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 9 July 1946

CRUMBS Meagher's advertise goods from their fancy department. The Railway Hotel advertises mach ine-syphoned quarts. Messrs. Douglas antl Lull, of 15 Jus tin Street f phone 1G2- announce prompt scrvice anu cuicium mrouiun ] The Cootamundra pig market next Thursday will be started at 10.30, not 1.30 as inadvertently stated. Cohen's Corner have clastic, hair combs, ctc. | If your radio is out of order, 'phone 525. Mr. Clitr Scott, and have it re paired by quaiflicd technicians. j On July 1, the storage of water at Eitrrinjtifk Dam was 323.780 acre feet, representing 42 per cent, of the total storage capacity. I The worst steel shortage for 2lt years Ls facing Sydney engineering linns. In I Victoria, a total collapse of industrial j production seems inevitable this week i as a result of the combined problems of the iron founder.';' dispute and the . shortage of coal. Tiie flying boat service with Eng land u.iil be steimed iu- from two to, three a week. | Some New Zealand miiurs pledged...

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 9 July 1946

Good far S3 re Throats Woods' Grea- Peppsrmirsf Cure ! y *$ /// I - % ?/m SHOP WITH OUR ] ADVERTISERS 1 AND mention what you saw j ADVERTISED I in this Newspaper. J

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 9 July 1946

Keep Coughs, colds, nt Bay j Woods' Great Peppermint Cure

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LOCAL & GENERAL INTERESTING WINDOW DISPLAY AT MEAGHERS' [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 9 July 1946

LOCAL & GENERAL INTERESTING WINDOW DISPLAY AT MEAGIIERS' A very attractive exhibit of Coo: a- ( muiidra and district products is at tincting attention at the windows ol Jchn Meagher and Co. Pty. Ltd. j Comp.'iscd are the products from S'.ratui! ii i ict Sms' mills, Conkey end feo:.s' factories, the clothing facto.y Kiuiii'ii ai:-l Soils' Soap Works, Fullei ami Williams's furniture, Mr. Rescli'.-. cti'diiiU auci those of Kent Factory. I wheat grown m tiie district, and the | wojI which recently won tile Laver stock .trcpiiy.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 9 July 1946

YOU CAN . ; FIND THESE MUCH-WANTED , LIES At WHILE THEY LASTI ELASTIC . HAIR COMBS LISLE HOSIERY FELTEX LINO SQUARES CONGOLEUM DOOR MATS WINDOW BLINDS BLIND ROLLERS _ DAMASKLENE TABLE COVERING . 2 Sin. ANTI-SHRINK' FABRIC lor Wcrasn's and Children's wear 7/ Yard and 1 'Coupon 36in. FLORAL F'LETTE 4/3 Yard and Coupons 23in. PLAIN COLORED HEAVY FLANNELETTE 2/11 and 2 J Coupons osslli BED QUILTS THREE-QUARTER BED SIZE 79/6 and 17 Coupons DOUBLE BED SIZE 99/6 and 18 Coupons MANY OTHER PUISSE TICKLERS THIS 'WEEK AT 'THE FRIENDLY STORE' Support your Queen Competition for War Memorial Fund.

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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POLICE PROMOTIONS [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 9 July 1946

1'OI.If T: i'ltDMOTIONS Of 1»9 promoiion.s in lite New Sottfii Wale; Pcliee I'oi.v only II! were in country areas. Tn y include: Constable first-class, t.i be sei'.ior ainstahle. L. J. Pratt, of Junei-. H W. H. Eusbnd. of Waei n. and A. J lJti.-.'v. of Batlow: consinba'.s t') I;.- it'.i.'iable;; first-class. | O. T. Watts. HaiUi.; i M. Marshall. Adeijug. and W. of Finley.

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SOUTH-WESTERN WETHERS [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 9 July 1946

SM'TH -WESTERN WETHERS A ttntli ol 28U v. ethers from T. F. Ri'ss. Qtiadiall.i. made to 35 2. avy. 3.i K. at Wi:.t'!v('.ii'.ije Carson's flotue Liiih iitK-iir.n. '1 ;;-? market was firm. ?II. KM li.-ni;: o'Tcrrd. The cattle yard iiii! was a;;!!:). !?!!? i'J being witiiota ciianye.

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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FOOTBALL NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 10 July 1946

FOOTBALL NOTES (By 'Centre.') The few cootamundra spectators who made! the long trip! to Tumut on Sunday say that, until injuries, etc., rcduccd Cootamundra 's team. Ihe visitors played their best football in competition games this season. The game was fast and open, but Referee Quinn handed out penalties to Tumut to the tune of 19 to 1. The decisions were just as hard to follow as they were when lie referced tne Cootamundi'n -Tumut game ' at Cootamundra. On that occasion Tumut won 20-12 after the referee had disallowed an obvious try scored by Gehrig. Cootamundra firsts and reserves go to Junee next Sunday. j On the following Sunday coota mundra has a bye, and then two home games, against Temora and Tumut will conclude the comuetition. Nccl Lloyd has a badly swollen leg as the result of the Tumut match, and Jack Bell is also a cripple. Following their good form against the De La Salle Old Boys in the third grade compctititon on Sunday, the Waratahs are now favorites. For a sustaine...

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