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WHAT'S ON? (As Advertised in This Issue.) [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 15 July 1946

ffinlf 'As Advertised in This Issue.) 'Pius.. July ID; cootanunidra Wel come Home Dinner and Dance. Sat. .lylj 20: Behetit social and Euchre party in nkl of Mr. R. Bar ret.. in Town Hull, at 8. I''ri„ Ati;:. 9: AnU-T.B. Ball at Wai lendbecn. Thurs.. Aug. 15: Boxing hi Town Hail. Auctions Fri.. 19th July: Cootnnuindra Fort nightly Market.

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 15 July 1946

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Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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RECORD RIDE AROUND AUSTRALIA PER PUSH BIKE NIGH 50 YEARS AGO (NO. 11.) [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 15 July 1946

RECORD RIDE ARAB AUSTRALIA PER PUSH BIKE NIGH 50 YEARS AGO (By Donald Mackay, C.B.E.) i No. 11.) j On arriving at tue Ironstone, we ! found two iron tanks on the side of a ; ' dry watcrholc. Fortunately, there was' ( a little water in one. It wa.s about , half mud and iron rust: but. alter1 ! straining it made very fair tea, only a j | bit red in appearance. I j On leavini;. v.e passed over some small gravelly ironstone hills, and I about dusk slruol; No. 2 well. The well ; itself was riylit on the road, but had 1 lallen in About 200 yards to the left j struck Die ivatcr. There wa.s a fair j amount, but considerable trouble en j sued in getti:iK i(, the water, necessi j tatiny a bridge across the soft mud ? to it. I We had our tea here, but our friends ; the mosquitoes were '-going strong.' so we travelled on till dark. Here there ' were few mosquitoes, but ants add lib.: and during the night they did not for : yet to let us know the fact, j Next morning i October 13th) we got an ea...

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 15 July 1946

1 OK SALE. Mfcl tucker boxes: boot l.i1-:.!. J. R:gncv. Wailendoon street. I'Oi: SALE, two cheap milk carts; 50 :!,-l s-.-iJarator; 50-egg capacity incu b.r.i.r; lit-w hand concrete mixer. J. Hi-, ni'.v. Wailendoon street. i on .SALE, kitchen chairs, new, cheap. J. Rivncy. Wailendoon street. limited quantity of Electric Bed Warmers now procurable at RAY CROWE'S. Phone 423. C HEAP CIIAI-'F For Saltj. ., Good oaten iha.1, 8 a bag: pressed' hay. 6/ bale! J. Rigney. Waibndoon street. 'ATTEKY-charger installed at busi ness premises, also plenty of fresh dry and ' wBt batteries at RAY CROWE S Cycle Shop, Parker street. CALL and inspect our ..range of Children's, .Safety seats, -simple to .fit to. the bic};cie, ,and easy, to remove, .at RAY. CROWE'S. Phone 423. i , ,.i WILL exchaiigs Tenancy, my Modern Flat, Bondi, all conveniences, for suit able residence, Cootamundra. Haila'm, Box 48, Sydney. COUNTRY clients are invited to call and hear 'our Five-valve Stromterg Carlson Battery Broadcast...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 15 July 1946

SMALL ADVTS.— ? Wanted, Found Lost, To-Let, For Sale, etc.— are Ot1 per line per Issue tG words to a line) with a minimum charge of ' . 6. WANTEB, Cottage, Flat, or Rooms, accomodate two. Apply this otrice. VVANTKU, Temporary Housekeeper £3 per week. Apply this otficc. WANTED, Young Girl. No washing Mrs. Bassingthwaighte, 158 Walien doon Street. WANTED, hives of bees in any quan tity or condition. Apply L. Hughes,' 121 Temora street, ? Cootamundra. Phone 333. WANTED, Piano or Flayer Piano, casl: buyer, r.ut of order no objection. M'lsl have lull iron frame. Reply, staling make, price, etc., to Mr. Kirby, care this office. WANTED, urgently, furnished flat or furnished house, for business pro prietor and wife. Apply 'XYZ,' this office. WANTED TO BUV, D.B. .12 g. Gltr. Er.glidi hammrrless preforred. Also Win. Repeater .22 Rifle, perfect, price and particulars to W. Allan, c o p. G. Smith, Tamworth. G11JL required for household duties in Rose Bay heme, 3 adults, no children. Own quarter...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 15 July 1946

IT'S HERE ! SEE i'T ON TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY THIS WEEK (IN AID OF DISTRICT HOSi';TAL- WATCH FOR FURTHER ANNOUNCEMENTS ! a. j bryant. Hon. Organisers. FRIDAY NEXT, JULY 19 COOTAMUNDRA FORTNIGHTLY MARKET ( Alii.I. At I! A.M. SHEEP AT 2 P.M. 6000 FAT SHEEP AND ! 0D FAT AND STORE CATTLE 200 Corrifrta), Kwe-. .in- ., a,:,! v: ,,10rn Sept„ d 13 Springe,, and C''.- v.:':: a: ; „„ suaranteed sound Ampl? c. r.jv! / r.'iuj rr.trit' COOTAMUNDRA ASSOCIATED AGENTS

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PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 15 July 1946

PERSONAL Mrs. Jack Walsh returned home tliisi morning after a holiday in Sydney. | Mr. Jack Young has been discharged | from hospital. The death occurred on Friday of the relict of the late T. J. Bcvcridge, Eulie, Harden, aged 74. Mr. Jack Ryan has been promoted to the Goulburn area railway staff, with i Cootamundra as his nome station. Mr. Jack McKcon. of Cootamundra. broke his wrist when he fell from a telephone pole near Illabo on Thurs day. Mr. Jim Crowe, captain of the Coota mundra football team, was admitted to hospital on Saturday night with mal aria. Miss Marge Abraham, formerly of Cootamundra. may be heard to-night over 2FC and national stations in a broadcast of a concert from Sydney Town Hall. Mr. Bob Crowe, who has been doing a refresher course with the Railway Department after being discharged from the Xrmy. has now been trans ferred to Wellington as stationmastcr. At the Methodist Church last ni-ght Mr. R. Ogle, in a delightfully rich bari tone voice, sang the solo, 'H...

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COOTAMUNDRA RAINFALL, 1898-1946 [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 15 July 1946

I COOTAMUNDRA RAINFALL, 1898—1946 I The following is il.e rainfall lor CiMiinmimilra from 1S98: ? 1 'Year' Jail'. Feb. Alur'.'Apr. Alay .lut-. ,iiy'. Aug. Spt. Oct Nov. Uec. Tc'al li-!)8 86 1S8 52 31 99 iSS lV.'i 176 4;{ ^1-8 54 S7 161*7 1899 S'J 141 69 239 lili 3!U Iu5 250 !) LS3 211 22 ISO' 1H00 171 30 2S9 364 315 32,' » 31)5 226 2:13 IS 185 176 2644 3901 ISO 0 302 2SS 111 220 1.SS 277 171 410 105 21 2306 1902 62 30 256 li- IS 151 110 5S -127 1;'-6 HI 36(i 14 j g 1903 11S 4 324 407 171 266 339 67 34 j 22/ 53 163 24S4 1904 304 21)2 3 !)1 217 I5d 377 !l7 49 31(1 128 159 2033 1905 108 43 27 429 167 14-'1 3.'.3 S3 146 315 7 90 2188 1906 10 32 512 218 311 323 12S 267 515 iSO 209 224 3259 1907 145 9 55 170 t'8 301 146 ICS 122 198 201 312 1895 1908 113 ir.I 21 1'3 106 367 161 156 3S4 97 i-5 78 1S32 1909 102 ^32 312 292 22S 431 16.! 306 IIS 113 21 58 2164 .910 469 0 2X0 77 143 3S6 275 113 Ha 211 S4U 228 2SSd 1911 366 339 1SS -- 415 292 228 48 3V3 If .;!)', 224 2917 1812 12 215 52 9 11 269...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 15 July 1946

I i »^--s5£-SS I w ♦ '' 'L, «w l°° „ „ „=«» w®' ^ I . Bo.- a*'''- lM' icsl urfv '»* I S 'JUSTICE RIDES THE FANCE' 7^7^1111! — ~-. . iff 2UE. Sydney, Mondays lo Thumday«. 6.30-6.45 rajfSSffiSBiSfcSl^S B P-m- And ®» 2E°. 20Z. 2XA. 2CA, 2WL. 2WG, *-. ?' 9B 2TM. 2LM. 2NZ. 2DU, 2PK, 2KM. I ^ i ^C£ (Sij^Mn^//UXy{^A- Q

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MORE SCHOOLS FOR JUNIOR FARMERS PLANNED! [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 15 July 1946

MOKE SCHOOLS I'OK JUNIOR FARMERS PLANNED ! As K ion as adequate start is avuii abb at the various State experiment farms, schools will be held for junior farmers ami others engaged in prima'* production, the Minister for Agricul ture said. Mr. Graham, who was ad dressing tlie tirst school ror junior farmers ever held at Ilav.::es'oury Col l:gc. said that part of his plan was to dccjutralisc the instructional work of his department. The various ex p:rimeni farms would be the best centres for this purpose. At the end of each year it might lie possible to ' select from these schools a number of fhe more advanced .students, and iivj them a short intensive course a'. Hawkesbury College. This would vln p'-'nd largely on the initiative of those who attended tlie schools.

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THE "ROUND AUSTRALIA" SERIAL [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 15 July 1946

THE 'ROUND AUSTRALIA' SERIAL Mr. W. J. Beckett, of Sydney, pub lishers of 'The Australian Blue Book' and 'Rural History of Australia.' writes us: 'Reading the articles written by our good frivnd Donald Mackay is giving me a great deal of enjoyment, as I iim well acquainted with the country Mr. Mackay and his associates travel led over by bicycle almost 50 year.; ago. It was interesting to have his description of a place called The Leap, abcut 10 miles from Mackay. Tin story of the blackfcllow jumping over the cliff was told to ine by the hotel proprietor at The Leap over tliirty years ago. 'I feel certain that .four readers ara enjoying the story as much as I: find I am looking forward anxiously to the further editions.'

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CRUMBS [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 15 July 1946

CRUMBS Hillston had light rain yesterday. Highest temperature in N.S.W. yes terday was 79 degrees at LLsmore. Cootamundra had 3 pts. of rain on Friday evening, and another 4 pts. up to 9 a.m. today. Vaile Orchards advertise Granny Smith apples for sale. Go to Barr's garage on luesaay or Wednesday and see the British Fly ing 'Standard. Don't miss the bail at Wallendbeen on Friday. August 9, in aid of tiie Wal lendbeen and District Anti-T.B. effort. Dates are announced for the new series of wool sales in Australia, in cluding September 2 in Sydney. With the loan throi^h. u section of the British press predicts more food, j The newspapers will be larger. The Scottish ball at West. Wyalong topped tlie list in attendances for tlie present season with COO. Adelaide is expected to be without ?gas today. A! Brisbane yesterday. I he thermo meter reached 82.2 degrees. Japanese witnesses in the Cousens case readied Sydney yesterday. Two enf'.iu'.i'rs leave by air tomor row [ill abroad, in conn...

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WAGGA'S BRICK INDUSTRY [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 15 July 1946

WARGA'S BRICK INDUSTRY A brick-making industry being es tablished at Wagga by two exServine men is expected to produce 50.000 bricks a week, and will largely solve tin- acute housing shortage in the dis-l trict. They are installing, on an old brick manufacturing site, a modern press brickinaking machine, which will accelerate production, and will dis pense with tlie services of three men needed in cider processes. j Following on the representations of a deputation of Mangoplah residents, tlie Kyeamba Shire council decided to apply to the Main Roads Depart ment lo have the status of the main read from Wagga to Albury raised tc a highway. |

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CORRESPONDENCE (To the editor.) Proposed Recasting of Existing War Memorial Scheme [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 15 July 1946

CORRESPONDENCE ? ® ? (To the editor.) Proposed Recasting of Existing -War Memorial Scheme Sir: Having read with interest the letter from the organising secretary of tlie Cootamundra and District War Memorial Fund, Marjorie Florance, in last Friday's 'Herald,' may I be per mitted to express the hope that the ( forthcoming public meeting to discuss the recasting of the existing scliemc be well attended. When it is realised that pracuuuij every town in N.S.W. is building a war memorial. I feel sure that Cootamun dra will not lag behind. Miss Florance stales that it is the earnest desire of the committee of the War Memorial Fund to serve the whole community. A community centre, in corporating a youth centre, is certain ly a -long-felt need in cootamundra, and I feel certain a scheme of that kind would have ail citizens of the town and district behind it. — Yours, etc.. M. OAKES. Cootamundra. July 14.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 15 July 1946

WELCOME HOME DINNER TOWN HALL Tomorrow Night Dance to Follow LADIES ! Tlie various ladies' committees who usually help at the welcome home dinners are asked to send their representatives, next Tues day I July 1U), to help with the din ner.

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THE "LANDLINER" [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 15 July 1946

THE "LANDLINER" The "LANDLINER", a large bus of rather revolutionary design, which   conveyed Victorian delegates to the United Rural Catholic Conven-       tion at Toowooniba recently. The "Landliner" is a trumph for Austra- lian design and workmanship, foreshadowing a new era in de luxe road travel.

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REPORT ON FINLEY SPECIAL SHEEP SALE [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 16 July 1946

ISKI'OKT ON FIN LEY SPECIAL SHEEP SALE New Zealand Loan and M. A. Co. Ltd.. Sydney and Finlcy. report holding : a successful sale at Finley on Friday, ? IL'th lira.. when 9000-odd sheep were yarded and a total clearance was ef- j There \v:is a uood attendance ol buyers Irom Northern Victoria bor- j der districts. IJeniliquin. Hillston. and j as lar as Wai;sa. anil I he market gen-! erally can be quoted as firm on recent j Finley rates. 2- and 3-year-oid merino wethers, recen'.iy shorn, made 28 ; 2-year-old x-brcd wethers, made up to 37 10; x fored ewe wcaiiers. made to 38. 0: x-bved | ewes. 3. 4 and 5 years, made up to, 32. 9: x-bred ewes. 2. 3 and 4 years, mu do up to 34 7.

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LOCAL & GENERAL VALUES AT HOMEBUSH [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 16 July 1946

LOCAL & GENERAL ? r.- ? VALUES AT IIOMEBUSH Tlie penning of sheep and lambs at Hcmebush on Thursday was -30215 j Prime lines made firm figures, but values for other grades -eased. Winch- 1 combe Carssn's sales included Murray Bits.. Quandiaila. 121 xbrcd lambs to '11 1J. avy. 40 If; 103 wethers. 3-1 11. |

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COUNTRY TOWNS IN NEW AIR SERVICES Inclusion Urged by Mr. A. Fuller, M.H.R. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 16 July 1946

COUNTRY TOWNS f; IN NEW AIR SERVICES Inclusion Urged by _/ Mr. A] Fuller, M.H.R. *Mr. Arthur Fulls!. M.P.. asked the Minister for Air in the Federal Par liament last week if lie would impress upon the commission the desirability of including Albury. Wagga, and Hol brooi: in any cf the plans lor now ?services between the capital cities in vtew of the announcement that pilots are being trained for service with the Airlines Commission. Mr. Fuller add ed thai this seamrd to indicate that the Commission planned lo com mence. tlie operation of services. Ron. A. S. Drake-lord sta'.ed thai he would consider the claims ol Albury Wagga, and Hjl.irook. and assured Mr Fuller that an investigation would b'-' ninde to see that proper services are given to places which are now witnout them.

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THAT VOTE FOR JUBILEE PARK: [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 16 July 1946

?riLvr vo'J'i: i ok .UTHI.EF. I'ARKI It. is quite a while since seventy ptlilir.inr, asked lor a bridge over the trreU ill Jubilee Park to provide a shurt-cut walk. A modest crossing was MiURl.t. Tlie Council later received a fecial nr. ml -.! ilUO for the purpose. thing 'cuiriete' arise. Will the grant be forfeited if lint iim'iI within a cer tain periiiil? Why not Ret on Willi the w^rk? Tlie park needs opening up, ill any case: and it also needs lighting, like Al.iert I'arl;. The old ? ? unshapen shale-pit e.crncr could he ttausiotmed, irom ugliness to beauty, at very 'little labcr ccst'. And once a tiackf,f(|r. pedestrians is' formed from the Morgan memorial arch (o tiie dia gonal ccincr (cr close to it), flowers slid shrubs' could be. 'grown each side. : aiul the; rest, of the ground properly grassed. Supposed' to be a 'Children's i'layground,'. the. parents of the town , should interest themselves in telling. , the aidcrrcien to go ahead with im- I . prcvcineiits. The Country C...

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