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FOREIGN MINISTERS' CONFERENCE Mr. Bevin on Russia [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 11 July 1946
FOREIGN MINISTERS' CONFERENCE I Fir. Bevin on Russia FA:-:::.-. Thi:r. (;..y: - l\v 11! Ui ';! !? ?-?:;,?:: Mir.i t.'-r. .Mr. Ii--vl!i. at the 1: :-. :; M:i.k!t:':;- Oi. I i. ??.:?.;?. ciiuryed Kit-. :.:i ?.--?;: h f.'.ilii'iy ij iuli.1 (.-oiyimie i!..um-- oi :ne Potscliiin Ai-i-eciiient' I sa:;i ijtiuci'.-i. 'He iiiinsr.'.'.vd to ih-: cc!!t?i(.-irj- :;!''jp_-:-:.-il.-; ir.r the u:\t\ !ii;i!t of Gi'imury '.:-? a single 'co- : iirnu;- unit. j M;'. T3!'\in a'l:ed ::!e ?.Ti. inters to I :;'.\ic!y the H-:t cvi'r!':K.'.h:-. I Mr. M'.-lai')v decUux-J iV.at Rus'Uvv' favarcc! ti.:1 ii'.iinecii.v.i; c:-''a'.in:i -»i Ccuiral A;iir.:ni.str?iio.i Agi.noie.s. He voic-.rd RiUffiiRii oposilion t:) the Cis KiHinbcnsieiit cr fuderalisali-jn ot Ger many.
AUSTRALIAN CONTINGENT To Visit Other Ports [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 11 July 1946
AUSTRALIAN CONTINGENT To Visit Other Ports MELBOURNE. Thursday. No change will be made in the schedul ci H.M.A.S. Shrop-hire. which is brinKlnj; the Australian Victory ca'i tliigftit home, lollowiiii; the incident at Gibraltar. The Shropshire '.v-.is to \\;M Malta Port Said, Colombn. Frciniinlle. Adul-J aide, and Melbourne I The cruiser is expected to reac-hj Sydney on August 2(i. j Iti-purt Expected in csinberrn \ The report of tin- roinmandlnK oi-j fleer of the AusU:i!i;in Victory Con- 1 tins'nt i Major-General Eather) rn\ the alleged riot at Uibraltar is e:.- i liected. said the Minister for '.::?? i Army 'Mr. Kordei in the Hoase «..!' i Representatives yesterday. I Mr. Knrdi! told Mr. Convlan il.u!i.! Qlcl.'. that ;i radio request, had fceeni sent lo Major-Gi'iieral Eather, ».si: inj; him to clarify tin- confused :'- IwrtA which have so lar reached Aus tralia.
A.W.A. PROPOSAL "Keep Out of Private Enterprise !" [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 11 July 1946
A.W.A. PROPOSAL 'Keep Out of Private Enterprise !' CANUEnriA. Thursday: 'The Com moinveii'.th Govcr.un?nt .should ktv|:l ou:. of the commercial field in its en- I tircty. and no: seek to ccrce outside interests :o hand over to Government control.' .said the dt'puty leader ot the Opposition i Mr. Harrison i yesterday. 'Thi! lonp.er the Gov:'rhment keeps oiu of i-o'iimcnial enterprise, the bet ter it will be for the Government and for the people.' he added. Mr. Harrison was resuming the de bate in the House of Representa tives on the Tele-communications Bill. . . . .. ...-??
FOOTBALL [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 11 July 1946
FOOTBALL Further matches, ahead of ;::, Cootamundra football team are: Sunday, July 14, v Junee, at Juii' Sunday, July 21, v Temora, v. Ccotamundra. Saturday. July. 27. Cootamuivi... plays Weissel Cup holders. Sunday, August 4, v Gundagai. ,.; Gundagai. Sunday, August 11,. v - Tumut, .? Cootamundra.
MAHER CUP GATES FOR LAST TWO MATCHES Cowra Club Clears £80 [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 11 July 1946
MAHER CUP GATES FOR LAST TWO MATCHES Cowra Club Clears £80 There were 1087 at the Maher Ci;;- match against West Wyalong the othc: week, and the gate takings grossed £105. After, tax and expenses had been de ducted, Cowra received £45/16/1 a.s it.-. share of the uato. arid1 Wyalon-2 £15/5 5 The match last Saturday again:.t Biiialong/cndi'iiot .have such a law attendance, only, : 843 people, being- pre sent. The gate was £80. j ? After, tax. find expenses, Cowra s oharfe' amounted to about £35. 'ifJ-.-JC-r BOA1,?.
ADELONG [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 11 July 1946
' ADELONG Mrs. Hill, of the Adelong postal staff during the war years, has relinquished her job and is off to Sydney. Mrs. Hill j same to Adelong, accompanied by her family, in the eariy days of the war, uid during her six years' residence has made a host of friends. An enthus iastic church worker, and the posses sor of a really fine voice, she was a tower of strength to her choir and to the Adelong concert party, in which she took a keen interest. A brown utility Chevrolet, owned ancl driven by Mr. Rr.y Roche, is very much the worse for wear owing to featuring in an accident. Fortunately Ray, the only occupant, was not injured. A wedding of local interest took place in Sydney, the- parties being Miss Marie Mack, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Mack, of The Grove. Adelong. Adelong has a new relieving postal official, vice Mrs. HUT— Mr. Kelly— a yoim-3 man who should prove a de cided acquisition to the town. On Sunday he turned out with the Re serve footballers, ancl played a good ga...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 11 July 1946
RETURN THANKS JVJOTHER. Brothers, and SUer of the late Mrs. Eileen Manwar-ni? wish to thank all friends for their kind expressions of sympathy and lloral tributes in their recent sad l;e reavement. Will all pleas: accept this as personal. JOYCE. Bill. Bevan. and Max Mnn waring wish to thank relatives ar.ci friends for kind expressions of sym pathy and floral tributes in their re cent sad bereavement. Will all please accepc this as personal. - BIRTH ! MANWARING: ? -At St.: -Catherine's on July 7, to Mr. and Mrs. Bill Man waring, a son (David John).
CHURCH NOTICES CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 11 July 1946
CHURCH NOTICES CHURCH OF ENGLAND Thursday, July 11. « p.m.. Card Party in aid of Tennis Club. | Friday, July 12. 7.15 p.m.. Choir Practice. j Sunday. July 14. 4th Sunday nf-ei Trinity, Christ Church 8 a.m.. Sung Eucharist; 7.30 p.m.. Evcnscng. Wal Iendbeen. 11 a.m.. Communion; Stock lubingol, 3 p.m., Ever-song. new A. W. Harris, Rector. ; PRESBYTERIAN | Friday. Choir Practice, 8 j Sunday, Scots Church 11. Mr. C. J. Ralf; 7.30. Rev. H. Perkins-, Brawlin 11. Bethungra 3, Rev. Harold Perkins. METHODIST Thursday, lltn July: Circuit Quar terly meeting in the cootamundra Church, at 8. Friday. 12th Ju'v: Choir Prac'ic--, at 7.30. Sunday. I4th July. Cootamund/a church anniversary: Visiting preacher the Rev. E. W. Hyde, chairman of the Synod. 11 a.m. subject: 'What Is the Church ?'; 7:iU p.m. subject.: -The O'lcLs go to the Christian.' Du dauman: Service at 3 p.m. conducted by Rev. E. W. Hyde. Rev. R. J. Cushin. Minister.
OUR NEIGHBORS JUNEE [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 11 July 1946
OUR NEIGHBORS JUNEE At next meeting of tho Municipal! Council, consideration will be given to the advisability of leasing the baths, j which have been a losing proposition since inception, the figures varying , from £300 to £700 a year approximately. I Aid. Passlow and Aid. Brown had made j nn thoit- minrlq nlre.'idv nunitlst. tho ? scheme. If the council does decide ; to lease the pool, public interest can I be safeguarded along similar lines to! that in operation at Albury. | Mr. J. Watson is hobbling around j on a stick, and is .oft' duty from the j Commonwealth Bank. j The question of a r.ubway for the central crossing is again to be raiser1., j Aid. O'Sullivan said at the council j meeting that when O'Connor's yatei was laken official information war, that , shunting at the central crossing would be practically eliminated. Now. how ever, lie contends It is worse than ever. The health inspector. Mr. H. S. Wil .snn, is investigating the possibility of getting Jtmee proclaimed a T...
THE PRICE OF HEALTH "Cheese-Paring Policy Cannot be Tolerated" [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 11 July 1946
THE PRICE 'Cheese-Paring Policy Cannot be Tolerated' i By Jack G., Beale, M.L.A.) it wnulcl a bold economist who dared lo set a value in pounds, shil lings, and pence upon public health. And yet the institutions and the people charged with Hie mainten ance of health services fiml it ex tremely dilTlcult to secure funds for their humane purposes or ademiale. reward for llieir labors. ? I was able to arrange for a complete survey of hospitalisation on the South Coast; and. although the report hus not been made available, it is safe to assume that ilie Commission found facilities to bi- grossly inadequate. .' am assured that provision will in made for now hospitals at Moruya. ' Milton, and Been, but have not yet been able to get any satisfaction about Nowra. Although it is the only town of its size in New' South Wales, which does not possess a public hos pital. The District committee has written asking, 'if not, why not?'^ That is what I want to know. The committee has not yet been gra...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 11 July 1946
SATURDAY NEXT, JULY 13, Commencing at 1.30 p.m. PA Ai 1A CUP ' : GIRLS v BOYS AND 'VICKY VERKY' ! ' FOOTBALL FROLIC ! FOOTBALL FROLIC ! A iu:'.uiii-raiscr between a sciioul \y. :??.-? :-;.-.,;? ...,; of. La salle; a yool kicking i:.:mi).jliiion between grade it-am:- ? i;n: ..:: -;,niit, relay rnce. foot bali ma cli ..hi r.iotoi cycles; un ai-i)lo in... !?.: !,..:,;.-.;:; ami numerous other altiocticas. Don't miss out; be in '.i-.L i ??.::. A;lir.L-M-nr. Adults, 1/6; Clilidroii 0:! r:-o-.,,.r , ;,;,;, o; war Memorial Fund .Sjoiv Queen cnndldnturc. SMALL /.I) VIS— Wanted, Pound ; Lost, To-I.'.'t. Fo: Sale, etc.— are Oa ] per line p'.-r issue iu words to a llnei. ? with a minimum charge of I/O. I WANTED, V..UHP Girl. No wash;:i;: ! Mrs. Kav.Mniiilv.vaiyhte. 158 Wul'.ei: ilcon Street. WANTED, ur^n'.ly. inrnisliecl .'U'l or| lurnlshi'd hunsi-, for bitsiucss \y:o-\ prictor a:ui wile. Apply 'XYli.' 'hi^1 oillce. | WAXTUIJ, Tempoi-iiry Domestic Hnlp : to starl Thur.-:i:iy. Apply this oific-...
WOMAN'S STORY Alleged Assault on Train [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 11 July 1946
WOMAN'S STORY Alleged Assault on Train Statements by a woman passenger on the cooma Mail that she had been criminally assaulted while ^travelling on the train were followed by the ar rest of a young man at Queanbeyan early on Tuesday morning. A message received by Goulbiirn police said the woman, a Brisbane resident, was attacked when the train was between Cooma and MicheMgo. She described her assailant as a man about 21, wearing Army uniform. The woman, who until recently was employed at the Hotel Kosciusko, was suffering from bruises to the fore head and Injuries to both knees. The arrested man was found to be suffering from an injured knuckle.' He is believed' to be a resident of Tu nuit, who had been employed at Kosciusko for about 10 days. j
YOUNG. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 11 July 1946
YOUNG. Xt,.s s. E. Honey, of Brisbane, is *pcndi':i« a i-l'11'1 'l0liday with her bro thi'i -in-'lllW '''' 'sister- Mr- ancl Mrs E j. Ke.irtK-y. - jIr i.vjuer Holland, of 'Argonne,' Trijiv-'l i iiteted the Sacred Heart Hos i,'.,, ?;-,;,- an operation. . . Mi- Tr/I IiU'Vnt- emi nf TVfr ?mil air--- T- Dwyor. of Ellmore, was 1-rin;''^ ^'^ into town' the 'orse ' II ^;;|i him, resulting in a broken ' Mr. Hiii''-1'1 Smith, who came to the c;',' p.ciilo'ii Home from Cootamundra. ilim 'fl- wiIS 81' TIle remains were 1-,-il'm 'I1'-' Catholic cemetery. W 'i'!.'o i'U in ' High School v. C.B.C. footbail match, 11-years-old Albert Stevens, received an injury which ne cessitated a visit to hospital. An X ray revealed a fractured right collar bone.
TEMORA [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 11 July 1946
TEMORA On a visit' are Mr. and Mrs. Eric Brodie and .family. Mr. Brodie was formerly on the railway staff here, but is now stationed at Casino. a Back in Temora, Mr. and Mrs. Ben 1 Jones were welcomed by. old friends. ! Ben served in the R.A.A.F. us air-crew i member, and was formerly on the Te mora railway staff. The health of Mrs. J. V. Couch has been causing her family much concern. Admitted to Carlton Hospital, a sliaht improvement is reported. Mrs. Cecil' Green returned home after a month in Lewisham Hospital, where she underwent a serious opera tion. Admitted to Carlton Hospital was Mrs. J. A. Bradley, suffering from a fractured rib. the result of a rail. The engagement is announced of Flora, daughter uf Mr. and Mrs. H. Kaye. West V/yalong, to Charles, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. Bridgemcnt, Kog arah. After 3i years in the R.A.N., Mr. Max Smith, son ol Mr. and Mrs. L. W. D. Smith, has received his discharge, and will be resuming duties with the Nar randera brunch ol the Bank of New...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 11 July 1946
-.-.-i^.-.---.-.-.-.-.'.--'----.-.-.---.-,-.-^'^^ We welcome reports of different organisations, sporting bodies, etc., but ask thai, where possible, 'copy' be in by 1 o'clock on .Fridays for Monday's issue, and thereafter by 1 on the day preceding publication. We wish lo avoid having to hold ; anything over till the following issue. I ^^-v.-.-J-w-.-j'.r-rf-.r-^---^-'------.'--^.-.
WINCHCOMBE CARSON, HARDEN Robert Gibson & Sons' Business [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 11 July 1946
WINCHCOMBE CARSON, HARDEN Robert Gibson & Sons' Business The long-established business ? of Robert Gibson -fc Sons, Stock and Sta-j lion Agents, Harden, has been acquired by Winchcombc Carson. Ltd., Sydney, j and will operate as n branch of that Company's organisation from August 1. 194fi. Mr. .7. M. Gibson will be manager ,and Mr. K. G. Gibson will also still be associated with the con duct of the establishment. The incorporation of Robert Gib son and Sons' business with Winch- 1 combe Carson, Ltd., is a notable i.s sociation of two firms, the reputation j of which extends over a large area( of the Australinn pastoral industry. The late Robert Gibson was original ly a landholder in lha Kay district, and his efforLs assisted in the develop ment of the Riverina country most notably in connection with the Hay irrigation scheme and the Uurrinjucfc Dam. He established a Land and Stock and Station Agsncy in Hay in 1908,, and under advice of the late Wil liam Ross, of Garangula, H...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 11 July 1946
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POLICE SHORTAGE AT YOUNG Station Staff Reduced To Five [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 11 July 1946
POLICE SHORTAGE AT YOUNG Station Staff Reduced To Five Due to transfers and sickness, the staff at Young police station has beun reduced to five officers. This means that there is a shortage of four of ficers to make up an effective staff. Some time ago a transfer to another station took place, and to date this position has not been filled. -. Inspector sewell left for Forbes on Wednesday night, and Sgt. ? c. F. Auckett and Senior Constable1 K. Jeffrey are on the siok list. With the remaining officers the Young ? -police district, with a population, of , \. over 7000. has to be efficiently i policed by the officers on duty. ' Senior constable S. Lowtner.^s act ing officer-in-chnrge of the 'station. Detective-Constable 1/c E. Lynch Is reserved wholly for plainclothes duty; Constable 1/c F. Martin is offlccrln chargc of the lockup; Senior, constable S. Bngnnll, besides police duty, has to take charge of Police Boys' Club work three nights a week. This leaves only constable 1/c H. R. G...