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LONDON-NEW YORK AIR SERVICE [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 10 July 1946
LONDON-NEW YOItK AIU SEItVICE Commence;! recently with new Con stellation aircraft, the British Over seas Airways Corporation's service be tween London and New York will ap t-rate on a thrice weekly frequency. The Speedbird route passes through uinear.na (Eire) and Gander (New foundland), where stops are made Further services will be routed via Piestwiek (Scotland). La Guardia Aitpoit is the New York terminal.
CRUMBS [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 10 July 1946
CRUMBS Last night was fine and cool in most areas of N.S.W. To-night is predicted to be cold. Today a mass meeting at Brisbane Is expected to acccpt terms for the settle ment of the meatworks strike. Miss Kay Leonard wii'l supply all your floral rotiuirt'itioiUs, I I'lione 110. McCleary's garage for all motor repairs. ] For ail classes or stock and station ' business contact Fuller Bros. j prompt and efficient service will lie given to all clients at the Cootamimdra j Steam Laundry. I The show meeting called for to morrow niglit has been cancelled. Thej dale of a further meeting will be, announced. j Members and non-mnribers cf the] G.U.f.O.O.F. can join the lodge's lios- 1 pital scheme by contacting the secre tary. Mr. A. S. Thompson, of 4 rtcne han street. I The Mariposa berthed in Sydney at - 11 this morning. j A plane which left Sydney last night | Willi a ca;'.;o. including 100 chickens for Singapore, is expected to arrive there this afternoon. i Thieve;, v. ho bioke into the O...
PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 10 July 1946
PERSONAL Mrs. Micliie. sen., or Crown street, is a patient in the District Hospital Le.s. 3-years-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Tetley. of Pinkerton, became ill outside the Ccotamundra post ofliee yesterday, and was conveyed by ambulance for medical attention, then to his home, and subsequently to the Sacred Heart Hospital. A gilt evening was tendered to Miss , Itervi Ellwocd. of Stockinbingal. on the , eve of iier marriage, by her many , Iricnds. Dancing was enjoyed by all and a tasty supper was provided. Mr S. Clillord. on behalf of her many Inend-s. presented the beautiful array cf i-ilts. Her flancc lesponded on Beryl's behalf, and a beautiful spray oi single and double violets was pin ned on Beryl's coat by a life-long old friend in Johnny Morten. Music was supplied by Messrs. A. Crisp and L. IJawson an! Miss Norma Martin. The i i ; -'l ; p y ga;!i ri .0 ? a . brotieht to a close l;v the Mn- hi ot 'd Lang Syne.' On the ^»jon o, the presentation of a cheque for £11.000 from the Pub li...
"COOTAMUNDRA DAILY HERALDS" To Reach Stockinbingal and Bethungra Readers more Promptly [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 10 July 1946
'COOTAMUNDRA DAILY HERALDS' To Reach Stockinbingal and Bethungra Readers more Promptly The 'Cootamumlra Daily Heralds' will leave Cor.taniundt'a per the present train service for Stockin bingal on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, at 4.15 p.m., for our agent (Mr. S. J. Wilbcrs) and for the post-oflice. Papers will also Icavr Mootamundra by train at 4.10 p.m. daily for our, agent at Bc lliungri; (Mr. Frank Dillon) and for llie post office. Subscribers by post to those places should be able lo thus have their af [ tcrnocn paper, hot witli the latest wires and cables, and all the other news, for that evening's perusal, whilst casual buyers will have the advantage of the quick service per ; our agents. i Pending the restoration of daily train .services, the papers for Stockin bingal will go by the ordinary postal I service on Tuesday and Thursdays.
CRUMBS [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 11 July 1946
CRUMBS Queensland meat workers'* will re sume tomorrow. Mr. CHIT Scott will fix your radio. Phone 525 and he will call. Most industries in Queensland will resume work on Monday, it is pre dicted. Mr. R. F. Gibson invites your inspec tion of iijs saddlery, all at factory prices. Consult Mrs. G. Crokcr, 41 Cooper street, for all floral requirements, also seedlings. Metropolitan police patrols will be strengthened after dark to offset the increase in the thuggery rate. Tenders are invited for the erection i of 10 tlmbcr-1 rained cottages. See the advertisement for full particulars. Customs official's discovered 18.000 cigarettes concealed in hiding places when thi* \Tnrinnsn rlnr-kprl. A bus .service will shortly br in op eration between Koornwutha and! Young. At the annual meeting nf Yass Wo men's Hospital Auxiliary, it was pro posed that two women be appointed to the District Hospital Board. For all larm machinery and farm ing requirements. y-- to Meais'ier's machinery depot. They wi...
RECIPE FOR LEMON JAM [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 11 July 1946
ItKCIPE FOR U'MON JAM Ingredients: 1 lb. sliced lcmuns, 3 lbs. sugar. 3 ?/ints hot \vau»- . Method: Pour hot water over i.u1 £lic:d fruit and allow to stand for 48 hours. Take out cups of water, and replace with 3 cups fresh water (this removes bitterness). Boil about 1 hour with lid en, or until tender. Add sugar and boil steadily until It jellies when irsled. Uotil:- hot. Seal ana UL-1 witt'ii cold.
PREVENTION OF MORTALITY IN CALVES [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 11 July 1946
PREVENTION OF 3IOKTAMTV IN CALVKS Digestive troubles, evidenced by one or ether typ2 of 'scours,' are prob ably the greatest . cause of mortality in calves.- Correct feeding and ^ood sanitation play u big part in lieeilum from these troubles. Their causes, treatment, and 'prevention arc fully discussed in a leaflet (Diseases of Animals Leaflet No. 44, scours in Calvost obtainable free on application' la the Division of Information and Extension Services, Department of Agriculture, Bux 3GA, G.P.O.. Sydney.
SOUTHERN DISTRICTS SCHOOL BOYS' CARNIVAL. At Junee on Saturday, August 3 £120 Grant [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 11 July 1946
SbUTHfiRN DISTRICTS SCHOOL BOYS' carnival : ;': At Junee on Saturday, August 3 ! £120 Grant ??:'?'?? A novel scheme will ? be. 'instituted at the southern districts school boys' carnival to be held in Junee on Saturday, August 3. The competitors will be stamped on the arm to indi cate the division in which they arc taking part. This system has been introduced to facilitate the organisation and to eliminate unnecessary weighing - in prior to every match, which will be played oh no less .? than' ten ground.-; in the greatest school boy carnival the, State has known. Instead the boys- will be -weighed on their arrival, duly stamped,, with a ?specially designed emblem to; indicate the division in which they are taking part,.. and as.the teams, line up for each game, this mark will 'be' exhibited to the ground manager. Tried out in. local school .games, the stamp proved capable of resistiiiK schoolboy wear and tear., for several days. The NJS.W. country -Rugby League has granted £120 to ...
"ICEBERG" AT YOUNG [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 11 July 1946
'ICEBERG' AT YOUNG Young's ibne 'iceberg.' Walter Earl, nr:\\.sa^eut, continues to enjoy his daily dip in the municipal baths despite the lree/iny weather that has caused most re:-. id i. Til* tn rlnn i.hnir rivi'rt-nntc nr .stay by firesides. Mr. Ear] generally has his swim at 11 a.m. Its the best health tonic he knows. He iie-icr finds mii ou'i-cuit necessary for warmth, and wears only the lightest summer clothes thiot.-jhcul the year. Asked' how long he slays in the water each clay, the 'ieeberu' replied, 'Only a lew minutes.'
RED CROSS SHOP [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 11 July 1946
RED CROSS SHOP A committee morning, was held at the shop yesterday afternoon, Mrs. Cole- j man i vice-president) in the chair. In view of the success of the jumble sale now in progress at the shop, it ? itn !? rltxr.ttfr-.rl i n nn»l ill tin UO ttilt It'll 11 f» stocks last. The amount of £27 has been raised .since the sale began on 1st July. At a inter date a drive is lo be made for novelties ol all kinds, and a special wtfek will be devoted to the sale of these. Lady Waddell has al- ' ready contributed an attractive col- 1 lcjlion fur the .sale, and thanks are e» j tended lo Mrs. H. Evans for her con tributions. Jam-iiiakers are sllll-spughl. Melons, i suyir and jars are all obtainable at the shop. The ease of Granny Smith apples donated by Mrs. R. Palmer was won j by Mrs. P. Coleman. with ticket No. G. Airs. Coleman generously donated same . for sale at the shop. ] The next competition will be for 'Stuulis for tile Pantry aiielf.' Mem bers are invited lo contribute one or more un...
BETTER TO WORK AND TO SERVE! [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 11 July 1946
BKITKK TO H'OKK AND TO SERVK! At :i lime- when ')lhcr parts of Ihe wc:ltl so sirrly nceil the surplus pru ilucls ill Australian suil, lunk at l!ic iii- -.rnliirK to which our farnit-rs and gujirrs an- siibjivli-tl in the matter or taxa'.iun'. Om- of the Country Party s'.aluaits rni|ihas:..rs tins pmnt dins: 'When a »indm-ur's returns reach a ? pctitic lijurc. then- is a, tendency for him to (east- further production, be cause he knows tliat the addition:: I IiLuvy, work eiilaih-d will land him in a higher lax si-ale, and thai the tax gatherer will ta!»« the lion's share -i! the extra tatninss.' And this applies to countless ether avocations besides farming... . -Take the hard workers in any industry, particularly .mining. To wards their week-end, why go on work ing? Dcwn tools, or don't take them up! The more they earn, the greater the rale of taxation. Suppose he earns up to £500 a year, and, by working harder, he can earn MOO; of that extra 1100 the' Government will take £42— near...
MIKHAILOVITCH "Hated Germans" [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 11 July 1946
MIKHAILOVITCH 'Hated Germans' BELGRADE. Th.i^chy: -I hhleii' Germans all my lif.\' declared G«ne rol Mikhniloviicli. in his final defen.e! speech. ! He admitted that lit- met Gcrm.visi at Divchi in November. IB II. 'I m:l tnem with haiui grenades in mv! pocket to throw ul ilr:ni if they trk.li to capture me. They called me :- [ rebel I told tl.-m I was flghtini! :nj my counln. -yi-.i y d.mar.ded a; categorical surrender but I refused.' i
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 11 July 1946
Wit in Beware of that stab in the back! The sudden stabbing pain that doubles you up is a warning— you should do something about It nt once. When elimination Is faulty or incomplete, rieedle sliaip crystals of uric acid lodge in muscle or joints, you feel the first twinge of jrheumatlsm. To get rid of the pain you have to get rid of the uric, acid. Kruschen will do this for yon. Kruschen is a scientific blend of six mineral salts that cleanse your digestive system, flush nut your kidneys, correct liverish ness. The harmful urjc acid Is expelled, your bloodstream Is purified. Be sure you get Kruschen There is nothing else as. good, as millions of people know. Do . ..not accept a substitute.* .The .formula of ? Kruschen Salts ' is t shown on every bottle —a guarantee of ab solute reliability. 1/G and 2/9 bottle at Chemists and Stores. SALTt' Get that Kruschen feeling! ? K62-4S ' '* 'XP1 CoPy f»r the Press should bfi '' 'ilk— NOT PENCIL. , - [?] PLANNED I TO PROVIDE 2 BEDROOMS \ AMD A ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 11 July 1946
PROFESSIONAL 1. & K. A. SPEIKS, | Optometrists | R. A. SPEIRS. P.I.O., Hoiis., Sydney j Consultation.1!: Thursdays 2 p.m w S p.m. Fridays 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Of fice open every dny for adjustment!! and nppo.'ntments. . 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. j ' 3-/--X f-l\»V C^i' \J| Ckv* _n\V\ uo1^ u -il ftw* \V^' -AoVl* \ 'Cootomundra Daily Herald' THURSDAY. JULY II. 19-10.
"CONSERVED WATER AND ELECTRICITY!" Talk by Sir Earle Page [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 11 July 1946
'CONSERVED V/ATER AND ELECTRICITY !' Talk by Sir Earle Page SYDNEY. Thursday. The basic; fundamental nercKsily to support u.ni increased population was the taking; of conserved water to the land and ] the provifi'in oi electric power to en- j abl? it to be effectively used. s.ii.li Sir Earle Pase. in an address to the Million.'; Club. Sydney, yesterday. Ht said that the present food pr--- ductinn in Australia could not sus-j tain a p::piiliilion of 15.000.000 people! in butter and milt:, or a population of j more than lilXUO.000 in innat. C2m~| pared with otlu-r continents, Australia was relatively short of water. Here ihe nation's two greatest do mestic foes iin- drought and flood, the ravages uf w:ui'h were increased by both wind anil water erosion. Thp consfrviili^n of water for now cr prodiic'ioi-. and Irrigation woil'.d help conriiier Hie third great domestic foe— wasteful and inefficient use of coal resources, .said Sir Earle. other nations were doing much more to control such...