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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 11 July 1946
WELCOME HOME DINNER Recipients of . invitations lo at tend - the nest Welcome Home Din ner in the Town Hall on Tuesday evening; arc asked to reply immedi ately to Mr. Rus. Cohen, and anyone not having received an invitation lo date should also nutify Mr. Cohen. LADIES ! The various ladies' committees I whu usually help al the welcome home dinners arc asked Id semi their representatives, next Tues day (July l(i), to help wilh tin- din ner.
PRACTICALITY IN SOIL CONSERVATION Additional Demonstration Areas Approved [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 11 July 1946
PRACTICALITY IN SOIL CONSERVATION Additional Demonstration Areas Approved The Premier (Mr. McKell) writes us: ! Tiie report presented to me by my colleague the Minister for Conserva tion.. Mr. Weir, covering the activities of that branch cf his department for the month of May discloses that he has approved cf the institution cf demonstrations on private properties in many districts, including Mirroul.j Cootamundra. Temora, Canowindra, Tamworth, Junee, Manilla,- and in the County of Parry, involving in all 2BB5 acres. | The demonstration in the Manilla district has been selected on a pro-| perty suffering severely from erosion,1 which not only affects the lands where such attrition of fertile surface! soil is evident, but also results in tlie| deposition of large quantities of sill! into streams which feed the Namoi river above the site of the Keepit Dnm. The area it is proposed to treat com prises an entile watershed unit drain ing directly into ths Manilla river,, and will allow th...
"COOTAMUNDRA DAILY HERALDS" To Reach Stockinbingal and Bethungra Readers more Promptly [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 11 July 1946
'COOTAMUNDRA DAILY HERALDS' To Reach Stockinbingal and Bethungra Readers more Promptly The 'Cootamundra Daily Heralds' will leave Cootamundra per the present train service for $tl)ckin bineal on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, at 4.15 p.m., for our agent (Mr. S. J. Wilbcrs) and for the ptist-umic Papers .will «ls0 leave Ciiotamundra by' train al -i-*v p.m. daily fur our agent at I'15' thuni;r;i (Mr. Frank Dillon) and for tiie post ofliec. Subscribers by post to those places should he able to thus have their af ternoon paper, hot with the l»l'st wires and cables, and all the °ln'r news, for that evening's perusal, whilst casual buyers will have Ihe advantage of the quick service pe1' I our agents. ' Pending the restoration of -lally train services, the papers for Stockin bingal will g' by the ordinary P'sl11' service on Tuesday and Thursdays' I
BLACK SPOT DAMAGE IN STORED APPLES [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 11 July 1946
BLACK SPOT DAMAGK IN STOKKD APPLES Fcllowing a reasonably dry psriud in some of our late tipple districts, heavy rain occurred prior to and at inter-, vals during the harvesting psriod. The wet period was conducive 'to bla-.-k spat development. points out the Division of Horticulture of the De partment of Agriculture, and growers who did not apply the regular black ' spot sprays are strongly advissd to' 'keep a strict watch on fruit, partial- ; larly Granny Smith apples, which liave been placed in common and cU.l storage. The black spot fungus will .spread rapidly in fruit in store. ,
COOTAMUNDRA AND DISTRICT WAR MEMORIAL FUND OBJECTIVE . . . £10,000 QUEEN COMPETITION [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 11 July 1946
COOTAMUNDRA AND DISTRICT WAR MEMORIAL .;.. ' '??fund;;:;../.;, :.; . OBJECTIVE ... £10,000 QUEEN COMPETITION* As the result of the benefit night at the Roxy Theatre, the above fund j received £11. The money was divid- ' ed between the Commerce and the ' Sports Queens, each receiving £5/10/ I worth of votes, for which the girls Mil. VCk(V ^lUM;illl. Increasing interest is being taken in the balti'e of the queens. Several very good shows have been arranged for them during the month. The first of these is the fancy dress ? football match at Fisher Park this Saturday. Don't miss this bit of fun. ' If you should be hungry during the j match, it will be entirely your own i fault — there will be plenty of hot dc^js, tea and sandwiches at the kiosk. Card players, lake notice! A party has been arranged specially at the Albion hotel on Friday, lyth, starting i at a p.m. Mrs. Mclntosh has very kindly offered her coffee room for the afternoon. You know how warm and comfortable that is. . . . Th...
LOCAL & GENERAL THE LATE MRS. EILEEN MANWARING [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 11 July 1946
LOCAL & GENERAL THE LATE MRS. EILEEN MANWARING The many friends of the late Mrs Eileen Mnnwaring regretted to learn; of her passing, at the St. George Hos- . pital. Kogarnh, on July 3. The late Mrs. Manwaring was born at Muttama 49 years ago, daughter of Mrs. and the late Mr. W. Hanlon. Her hus band. William Cecil Manwaring, pre deceased her 11 years ago. There are three sons. Bill. Bevan, and Max. ' Brothers are Jn:-k (Hornsby). Bill Muttama. Tom. Fred, and Mal Cootamundra, and there is one sis ter, Margaret (Mrs S McCleary Cootamundra &nbsp; Wreaths at ths funeral were fr-im w:iliitm McGregor; gixis of J. Doug las -s Steam Laundry: Ken. Jenn, Cliff. I and Norm:): Max and Bevan; Bill.' Nora, and Arnold: the McClwry j family: Fred: all at Springvalo; t'.ie Cootannmdra Postal Staff: Mr. and i Mis. Kid chambpr.i and family: j cousin Fred. May. ana family: 'MiV and Mrs. Jim Muiphy: Mrs. Gelirie. sen., and family: Tom. Nita. mid family: Victor. Jean, and family: Mr. and ...
PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 11 July 1946
PERSONAL Scots Church was filled on the oc casion of the funeral of the late Mrs. Tom Armour, of Queen street, who died at the residence of her daughter, at the Rectory, Boorowa. The pres ence of so many was a warm tribute. The wreaths were numerous. The Rev. H. Perkins, at the service prior to tho burial, referred to the late Mrs. Arm our as a good worker i:or the church and also for many other community interests. The Rev. Brown. Anglican minister of Boorowa, a son-in-law of decea-r 1, wns present, and assisted in the si ice both at the church and at the gra . aside. The husband, Mr. T. ! Armour, was unable to be present. For | several months he has be«n in Syd ney, 111. Mr. L. G. Meares. of Bethungra, left for Melbourne by air yesterday. One of the candidates for the Hume, Air. Dnvey. .was in ?Cootnmiindni today for personal chat's in connection with his canvas of the electorate. Colonel Harold Jones, of Canberra, governor of the 70th Rotary District, will officially visit Cootam...
SPORTS QUEEN COMMITTEE MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 12 July 1946
SPOUTS QUEEN COMMITTEE MEETING A very enthusiastic meeting of the Spurts Queen i'Tim' Smith) commit tee was held last night at the Central Hotel. Mr. j. Smart was elected to the chair. The following sports clubs were re presented: Countrv Club. Fnnthnll. Bowlir.3. Diggers' Race club. Trotting. T»v;n Tennis, Coursing, and Motor] Cycle. The ladie.'.' committee was represent ed by Miss M. Oak.es. ! The hon. secretary, Mr. J. McNeill, reported that the benefit night at Roxy j Theatre was very successful. Buttons tvere now available for side. Arrange ments for the fancy dress football nisi tell at Fisher Park to-morrow (Sat urday) was well under way. The band lias very kindiy promised to play and a big crowd is confidently expected. The ladies' committee have finalised ar ra iig ements for the hot dog stall, and his co-operation. The competition for one don. cordials, which proved a good money-spinner, was won by Mr. Lance Penny. 'All persons interested in 'an event in Mel bourne' are in...
BRAWLIN RED CROSS [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 12 July 1946
BKAWLIN ItED CROSS At the annual meeting of the nrr..v lin Red Cross, the president, Mrs. II. M. Punnett. reported; , 'I have much pleasure in presenting the report for 1945-45. Although our | total receipts do not equal those of last year, wo feci that under t lie chang ed circumstances this can be under stood. 'Our two stalls for the June and December Red Cross Appeals resulted in ni 'U. and £10, respectively. The 'Food-for-Britain' Appeal, which took the form of a stock and poultry drive, realised £63 and £3 '6/7. For this we are grateful to the organisers. Messrs. R. Punnett and W. Noon, and to Mr. Reg Grace and all donors, without whose loyal support this fine effort could not have been achieved. 'In addition to our quota of £10, £55 excess contributions were sent to headquarters, these being made up of membership fees and various donations, among them being one from the Methodist Ladies' Guild of £2 2/ for all of which we are grateful. 'To tile office-bearers and members of th...
CATHOLIC BALL [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 12 July 1946
CATHOLIC 15 ALL At the Cootamundra Catholic Bali | to be held in Uie Town Hall 011 Aug ust 7th, at 8.30 p.m.. many Cootamun dra lasses will make their debut .and will be presented to Kit, In Rev. Dr. Me uuirc, u.u.. lii.Miuji in 1 iMiiiuuui. An outstanding item 'U the pro gramme is the ;.it-i!ir.v:i poultry sup per. which is being .- .''ially .super vised by Mrs. F. Ryan. The Temora Melodmns' orciie.-tra will supply first-class music. Intending debutantes arc asked t'-; contact the president. Mrs. E. H. Evans or hon. secretaries. Mesdames .J. Brady and E. J. O'Connor, or Mr. Os. Ballard Debutante instruction is being car ried out by Mrs. Bert O'Connor.
TENNIS ASSOCIATION COMPETITION [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 12 July 1946
TENNIS ASSOCIATION COMPETITION I Catholic club team to meet Coun try club No. 1 at the Country Club courts on Saturday: N. Lloyd, H O'Brien, j. O'Malley, J. McLean, Mrs Patterson, Mrs. Cullen. Railway Institute tennis team for Saturday: ' Spitfires v Wirraways. Spitfires: Boyce, Ryan, Walkom, Scrivener, Mrs. Rinkin, Mrs. Windred. Wirraways: Anderson, Hugo, Mills Mclnerney, Mrs. Bryant, Mcinemey. Hurricanes v Town No. 2: T. Os mond, 1. Heath, M. Greayes, O. Bar rett leapt.), Mrs. Heath, Mrs. Sloane. Emergency, C. Barrett. Competition matches still to be played are: July 13: Wli'raways v Spitfires Presbyterians^ v Town No. 1, Muttama v Country Club No. 2, Country Club No. 1 v Catholic Club, Town No. 2 v Hurricanes. July 20: Town No, 1 v Wirraways. Spitfires v Muttama, Presbyterians v Country club No. 1, Country Club No 2 v Town No. 2, Catholic Club v Rail way No. 2. Jply 27: Town No. 2 v Wirraways, Hurricanes v Country Club No. L Catholic Club v Muttama, presbj' terlans v Spitfires, c...
LOCAL & GENERAL MOTHERS' CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 12 July 1946
LOCAL & GENERAL i MOTHERS' CLUB The monthly meeting of the Infants' ( School Mothers' Club was held on Fri-| day. June 28. there being a good at-, tendance, and several new members joined Uie club. Arrangements were finalised in re gard to the annual birthday party, j which is to be held 011 Friday, July 1 2G. It wa~ recalled that, last year a do- 1 cixion was mad? to dispense wiilv printed invitations for this party. II is hop.ni that old members andi liinid-' will watch the 'Cootamundra | Dailv Herald' for notices, and go along a= usual. | An invitation was received and ao-l crpted from the Church of England] Guild for members or the club to at tend n social att-'rnson on July IS. and hear R?v. Chamberlain's address on 'Life in England Today.' It wa? derided that the Mothers' Club affiliate with the N.SAV. Fede ration of Infants' S:iiool' Clubs, the fee being l:l 1 per -ear.
MAN FOUND BURNT [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 12 July 1946
MAN FOUND BUItNT Found badly burnt about the back, buttocks and arm, Hityi Redman, 52, is now progressing in Temora District Hospital. Redman was camped in a tin shod near tile tennis courts at Lintondale. Accoiding to a statement to the police, no naci ueen sick lor some a ays, anci when attempting to warm himself by a fire his overcoat caught alight, in flicting the burns. Although badly burnt, he covered himself with bags, and had been lying under a tressle table in the shed for about four clays when found by the Rev. C. Ashley Wilson and Mrs. Wilson. Mr. G. Stone, who lives 011 an ad joining property, told the lector and Mrs. Wilson that Redman camped in the shed, and that he had not seen iiim for some days. It was on in vestigation that he was discovered in this bad condition. Mrs. Wilton ;;ave him nourishing food until the ambulance and Officer T. Tucker and police arrived and trans ported him to the hospital. Redman, who is used to outdoor life, displayed great stamina. He to...
HISTORIC FIRM CHANGES HANDS [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 12 July 1946
HISTORIC r iit.M CHANGES HANDS ? I The Cootnmumlru newspaper lioitlsj ;t romantic record, in that it is the uhli'st business in this centre still be ing run under the one family name. In its 7Clii year ! Yet some are not far licliinil in the longevity competi tion. A recent chance in names iv- j mhuU us of the late George Thomp scn, who left his home 011 the Vacs| Kivir to strike out. On his grey horse, j ivith very little in the pocket, and the whole wardrobe packed into a Glad stone bag, lie went ami had experience working for a while with auctioneers' ai'J stock and station agents, then 1 came on to CoiHaniundra as a place | premising to progress. Thai was 55 ! yeirs 'ago: And lie progressed with it ! The ups and downs of those ambitious' days were something to re-| calf later as a romance — if there can 1 be such in .mere -business; and tliere| is. What a long list of rural properties j were bought or sold through George1 'I'hcmpson, once he got going! And; how the stock sales g...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 12 July 1946
TOYS AT COHEN'S CORNER OUR TOY SECTION IS OPEN ALL YEAR ROUND. PRESENTS FOR BIRTHDAYS OR PARTIES WOODEN TOYS CARTS PULLALONGS WHEELBARROWS STEEL WAGGONS DOLLS' PRAMS CYCLOPS TOYS FURNITURE SETS COOKING SETS ENGINES TRUMPETS JAZZ CAPS CONFETTI EZYBWLT SIZES 1 TO 5' IRONING BOARDS i DOLLS' C6SYBYS DOLLS' STROLLERS 'lilts'''' CAP PISTOLS GAMES MAKE AN EARLY LAY-BY FORXHAS A SUPER SPECIAL FROM COHEN'S MEWS WALLETS 'GRAINED' 6| pALl 14/1 1 TO 'l 7/6 ( TO CLEAR, 5/11 EAcp 1 COHEN'S CORNER ; 'THE FRIENDLY STORE' ? ?...!? ? i .) Support your Queen Competition for War Memorial Fund.
ATOMIC BOMBS Report by Board of Experts [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 12 July 1946
ATOMIC EOMBS Report by Board of j Experts WASHINGTON, 'r'ric; o : A bo:a:i of experts, headed by P:olx,-.or Carnp ton. the nc'ted ph' ,:ci..t. reported to Pie.siden; Truni.i;: l!..i: llie Di'r.ini at.imie tt'.st J tii'ii: l.o;! adequate da'n. (?iinbliiiH a re-(!c$i!-:i ,i! naval vessels lo nii::i:ni.se d.inia ? t sniierstrucli::'-' and per:.:mnel tr::ai atumi': bombs. | The experts j-- inteci :itii that tliu ' bomb damaged mort sliip' than ever previously by a sn :yl ? explcsitin. Ex- | ainlnaUon of the :ffects of j burns produced by ini.ial rndion :n- j dicaied tliat raeiallics shnnlcl be h.iih: nmnug exp-ised personnel. ;
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 12 July 1946
INDIGESTION DURING PREGNANCY Some slight gastric disorder is to be expected even in normal and healthy pregnancy, due to pressure on the digestive organs. Heartburn and regurgitation are the commonest symptoms, and they are likely to become acute towards the end of the gesta tion period. A safe and effective means of relief will be found in Digestif Bennies. Kennies are com pounded of 15 ingredients, which include antacids and digestive ferments of recognized efficacy, y'lfse Pleasant-tasting tablets effectively neutralize excess acid in 80 seconds. Two of them, sucKed one after the other like prSfide *he col'rect dose f?_r n;,!?e i°nr,?,ina^ 'atta(* of func encountered ♦!? J?i V y. There is no need Ses ™Vhth.c? in water- Ren' 'eri ta£en at any time i i i W Place. Thev can be cur Sfil l0°se in the handbag, ?^ they are individually wrapped. 1/1 h a packet, or four ttmnc tim quantity for 3/loj eS the 0/W2.-5 DIGESTIF RENNIESH , ? ' mlteve the pain of litdlaciHon
JERUSALEM A Better Outlook [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 12 July 1946
JERUSALEM A Better Outlook i JERUSALEM, Friday: 'Military; searches of the Jewish settlements hr.V2 ccascd. ar.d the troops have been withdrawn to their normal locutions.', said C.-in-C. General CumnnyhaniJ 'I hops there will be no further need for widespread*' military action; but. if there is any further outbreak r'f viclcnce. it will be attended to with the utmost vigor.' j
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 12 July 1946
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