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GUNDAGAI [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 17 July 1946

Gl'ND.UUI The baby daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. Syd. Olson drank some korossne from a bottle, and was immediately rushed to hospital where fI'.i- received treat ment. Gundai'.ni's eMw-iiifd 'oincerin chariie ol police. Sgi. J B. Blinrile. | has re-.ieved trans-let- to Orange. Sgt S. A. Hindr hiis been appointed in his place At a me'-'tins -'f the North GundAgai Ccminons Trust, two applications werej received for ihe position of secretary —Messrs. L. II. Boyrw: and H. E:h ringtun. Mr. Boytun was appointed. The new home of M:\ and Mrs. c.j F. Jlarrit'n. at Soulh Gundagai. is, rnnidlv takiix shape, t: will be a bric'i ? struct tuv ai'd will add groat ly to t!ie nppearniK'i' ol the trnvn. Mr. Jame.-. Harlow almost knocked himself cm ircently. A spider crawled across lu.s ion'.iead. and Mr. Harlow went u- kill it with his hand, forget ting tha: a big claw selling ring '.vliich he wear.s was turned towards his palm. The blow just missed his eye. but in flicted a very nasty gash on the eye bro...

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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OUR NEIGHBORS MURRUMBURRAH-HARDEN [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 17 July 1946

OUR NEIGHBORS Mi;nitr.MBrKKAII-IlAHDEN The students of M.I. U.S. again com peted in inter-school sports, and ad vanced their unbeaten record another xtep tliis .season when meeting Yass. Mr. nnd Mrs. Sid Lewis left lor West ern Australia to make their future home. Mr. Lewis recently received Ills discharge fn;m ilie K.A.N.. after seve ral years' .service. Mrs. Lewis was for merly Miss Doris Maxwell. At St. Paul's. Mtirrumburroh. Dor een Adelle. yoimseM daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Heaier. of 'Moonya.' Mummiburrah. was joined In holy miitrimcny with Noel Samuel Mould, of 'Teviot Bank.' Adaminaby. second son of Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Mould, of ??Boconiioc.' Cciima. Re.sidinls at Union,; were well re presented at a public meeting to ar rnnKf ' welcome home to Service per sonnel. Church. Paddiicinii. were Flora, fourth daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. B. Boxsell. of Cullii.'.'.ii. anil Oswald Eric, third son of Mr. and Mrs R. J. Mayhew. of 'Al- lnmbie.' Harden. Mrs. Erie Webb, .sis ter c.l tiie b...

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 17 July 1946

SID CHAMBERS OF THE Modern Garage ANNOUNCES THAT HE HAS JUST INSTALLED ANEW ENGLISH BUMA BORING BAR REBORING AND SLEEVING WORK CAN NOW BE CARRIED OUT IN A MATTER OF DAYS AS AGAINST WEEKS. - THE MODERN GARAGE N.R.M.A. Representative Wallendoon and Sutlon Streets 'PHONE: 214

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 17 July 1946

I SERVICE ? | AS SINCERE AS IT h j IS OUTSTANDING ' l;or over 60 years Pitt. Son &? Bail^c-rv have j | enjoyed the Coiil'iilc-no.- ami Trusl of the I ' Graziers of this State, l.on.u expeiicire. un- | ' slinifil iniliviJii.il aaciilion, o:itsl;uu!iii^ l.uili- j lies cunibineil twtli euinpkle service' are a ! j ,!;ii.ir.inlc:- of .Miisl'aclorv results ' ! ' J ! ' ! ; ! when you consign your j I j i Wool, Stock and Produce j II t0 I' PITT, SON &BADGERY LTD. |i J ...... ^ i j : j j -1 ()(.. ,,,.tll Mrm. .sYDXKV I | DjiI.v suut, .\f:\vr:.\.sn.j; j i ? iiMiKli Oiliivs: iU.rmva ami Cio.iU-i-11 I | j Licensed Aiirlicinms, Sunk .',- St.iti.ni Ajjwil* j ? :

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 17 July 1946

SJl,U,l, ADVTS.— v/antcd, Pound,] Lost. To-Let, For Sitlc. etc.-— me Gd. ]:i:i line per issue. -fi words to a line),] wiih a mtnliniiin charge of 1/6. WANTED, Two Young Ladies, l«- work at the Silver S'.ar Cafe WANTED, Cottage. Flat, or Rooms, accomodate two. Apply this office. WANTED, Temporary Housekeeper. £3 per week. Apply this office. WANTED, hives n! bees in any quan tity or condition. Apply L. Hughes. 121 Temora street. CotnanniiKira. Plione 323. WANTED. Piano or Player Piano, cash buyer, out of order no objection. Must have full iron frame. Reply, stilting make, price, etc.. lo Mr. Kirby. care this office. WANTED, urgently, furnished flat or furnished house, for business pro prietor and wife. Apply 'XYZ.' ;his office. SINGLE MAN, 33 years, .uroiiy. cap able, ex-station agent. cK-cK-rk N.S.W Egg Bd., ex-car s.ilesm:i:i with thorough knowledge of mtehanfc-il repairs, also holder of diploma i.f Hawkesbury Agricultural collie, seeks position. Apply this office. LOST, at Fisher P...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 17 July 1946

QUINN'S CORNER GARAGE Now has the agency for Mitchell Shearer Farm Machinery and . Allis-Chalmers Tractors.

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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RECORD RIDE AROUND AUSTRALIA PER PUSH BIKE NIGH 50 YEARS AGO No. 13. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 17 July 1946

AROUND AUSTRALIA PER PUSH BIKE NIGH 50 YEARS AGO (By Donald Mackay, C.B.E.) No. 13. Next morning (October 20) we got a fairly early start, and had a nice run out to Union Town, 10 miles, with tin- 1 duiating country and a hard road. The town consisted of four buildings — a stone store and the rest private resi dences. » Here the road ended, or at any rate] the rideable track; so we made for the railway line. It was also good riding, being well ballasted with gravel. We rode mostly between the rails, made the pace, and \vere soon at Btlrrundi, the first of the overland telegraph stations. From here to Brocks Creek the line was a bit rough, but on trying the side pads we found them worse. We made tne creek fcr lunch, 45 I miles, having a gocd time ias regards eating and drinking i at the hands of j I the local storekeeper. The last four miles into the Creek was splendid for biking, and we cut it out under 1G minutes. Mining about there was said to be booming a bit. but I I mi red the ...

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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ELIGIBILITY TO JOIN R.S.L. OUTLINE OF QUALIFIED PERSONNELL [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 17 July 1946

ELIGIBILITY TO JOIN R.S.L, :.: , OUTLINE OK QUALIFIED PERSONNELL The Returned from Active Service Badge must be Issued to a serviceman or servicewoman before that person becomes eligible for entry into the Re turned Soldiers' League. Foliowinir a debate on thn plinihiiiir of some people to join the Keturneii Soldiers' League, the secretary of ilu Wagga sub-branch (Mr. Alec;. Baker i obtained the following list, of qualified personnel from State headquarters:— British Services , 1.— Personnel of British scrvicrs who embarked in the United Kingdom lor overseas service, before 7. 5 45. or who I entered the Pacific zone before 15 S.-45. ] 2.— Personnel of the Royal Australian i Navj; who had seen service on sea going ships before 15.8 45. 3.— Personnel of A.I.P.. Militia, R.A.A.F., Australian Nursing Service and other women's services who saw overseas service before 15 8 45. 4.— Personnel of A.I.F.. R.A.A.P.. nursing and other women's services who served in the Darwin area above par all...

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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COWRA STORE ROBBED [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 17 July 1946

COWRA STORE ROBBED Thieves broke int» Squire, Pep per's store at the week-end and stole men's and women's clothing and to bacco anil cigarettes. The missing goods are valued at nearly £100. They stole about £1C worth of to bacco, and about £140 worth of cloth ing. Apparently cool customers, the thieves took the men's clothing up into the showroom and tried it on. They lert behind the suits that did not fit them. They broke the steel wire on the back verai.dah, and then smashed a window to tain entrance. They missed £39 in cash, that was laying in a drawer in the office. Entering the office, they pulled open the top desk drawer, it was empty. They didn't bother about the next drawer, and the £39 was lying there loose. Police-sergeant Loonies, in charge of the CoAia Police Fore-:, i.-; inveHieat ing tiiu jobbery.

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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VACUUM OIL COMPANY To Build Modern Refinery in Victoria [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 17 July 1946

VACUUM OIL COMPANY To Build Modern Refinery in Victoria At a cost !cf £750,000 the '? 'Vacuum Oil Company Pty., Ltd., Will .erect' -a modern oil refinery near Altona, vis.' The project' lias 'the endorsement - of ths commonwealth and State Govern ments, and construction will com mence immediately. Plans for, the establishment of, a re finery in Australia had been made by tlie company several years ago, but these propssals lia;f to be postponed because of tlie war. As the pioneer petroleum company in Australia, the Vacuum Oil Com pany has been closely associated witii the industrial development of the country. From its small beginning in 1295, with a staff cf three in an office in Queen street. Melbourne, the com pany has grown to a Cummonw?al:'ii wide organisation, with extensive properties in eacli State, and a staff of more than 3000. The substantial increase In capital investment repre sented by ths refinery is a clear in dication of the company's faith in the continued prosperit...

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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WELCOME HOME DINNER Fifth Function Very Successful [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 17 July 1946

WELCOME HOME DINNER Fifth Function Very Successful The firth welcome home dinner tendered to members of the Services took place in the Cootamundra. Town Hall last night, and proved equally as successful as the previous functions. ' His Worship the Mayor (Aid. .Oe.=. Stratton) opened proceedings With the toast of tlV2 King. Mr. Rus. Cohen, committee secre tary, then carried out tlie pleasing duty of 'calling th~ roll.' and when all the guests were standing they wen greeted with a very sincerely-sung. .'For They Are Jolly Good Fellows !' ' Those who answered the roll-call were: A. G. Aslin, N. E. Bateman. M. D. Bellis. K. A. Bearis. H. J. Baxter. R. Brettell. Joe Bell. Stan Carlon. C. R. Collingridgo, Neville Conkey, Dp? Crowe, Daryl Crowe. H. A. Dufley. T. H. Howsetl. D. L. Dickson. V. Duf ley, A. M. Dickson. J. E. Davis, jvl. Dibbs, H. R. Dawson, C. R. Penning E. R. Fenning, G. R. Fulham, C. M. Freer, Joe Faunt, E. Fuller. T. G. Hugo. L. W. Harris. W. R. Hill. C. R. Hicks. Mrs. Hick...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 17 July 1946

their Designer-in-Ciiief abroad last October their Factory Manager abroad in April their Joint General Manager abroad in May To see how best to help you f ' \\ N These Bcrlei Executives wont abroad lo A study and report on the latest overseas f ' ( / developments in foundation garments. -. , \ You expect certain things from Bcrlei : the sparkle of new. ideas, splendid , ?service, new materials. And you shall ? *\ have them,, just as, soon as skill and -','?-, energy can overcome the problems left / l»y war. ' IN THB-.FUWRE. AS IN THE PAST, LOOK TO

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 17 July 1946

TECHNICIANS CONFER. Engineers now in Australia, confer with Mr. W. Taubcrt (Manufacturing Manager for vacuum Oil Com pany Ply Ltd). From left to right: h. Ellison i constructional En ginpnn; H. E. Kuhlekin (Procurement Engineer); M. Tau.bert.and li. H. Van Cleft (Design Enginsarj,

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POLICE COURT (YESTERDAY) [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 17 July 1946

POLICE COURT (YESTERDAY) Before Mr. R. A. Hardwickc, P.M. Offensive Behavior Patrick O'Shaughanessey and Wil liam Hanlon were charged with be having in an offensive manner. | O'ShatiBhannessey's case was heard ex partc. Constable Fraser deposed: At 7.15 p.m., on Saturday. June 22. I saw the! defendant engaged with a man named William Hanlon in a fight in Bourks street, coo'tamundra. The two men were lying on the ground fighting and punching one another viciously. I could hear much indecent languarge being used by cither or both of the defendants. It could Ik heard from a distance. People were passing to and fro. including women and children. As a result of the fight. O'Shaugh anessey was taken to hospital where he remained for a week. I had no means of ascertaining who was the ag gressor. O'Shaughanessey said he had Been drinking wun waniun uii me ;u ternBon. Botli defendants were fined £3, with court costs, 8 . Tenancy Cases Clinton Loiterton, landlord, applied for warrant of posse...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 18 July 1946

ADVERTISERS are ui gently request- I ed lo lodge their 'copy' early (before I 1 o'clock on the day preceding publi- I ? ? ? ?

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GAOL IMPOSED FOR ASSAULTING POLICE AND RESISTING ARREST [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 18 July 1946

? I GAOL IMPOSED FOR ASSAULTING police: and resisting akrevi' i 'A mail's 'a mug to get around Can-I berra without a gun,' muttered Vhi c.nt George Dixon. 23, of Westlake.' as he left the Canberra Court on j Saturday, after being sentenced to! six months hard labour for resisting arrest, and assault, and fines of £8 impesed on minor counts, in default 20 days hard labour by Lieut-Col. J. T. H. Goodwin. S.M. He had been charged on counts oi being drunk and disorderly, using in decent language, resisting arrest, as sault, and wilful damage to a cell door and a fly-wire screen outside the cell. Cansttibh Chapman said lie had ap prehended Dixon lying in the gut ter I r.ear lintel Canberra. Dixon became1 abusive and struggled, kicked and bit as he was placed in the police car. Exhibithu wherj his thumb had I'. 'en. .s.ivap.ed. Constable Dixon .said thai at cue stage he had to stop tho ear n subdue Dixon, who. although only :i s:o;-a.. struggled and punched all ;i:e '.Vr.y :u the p.)li':e...

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YASS DEMANDED £20 AT HALF-TIME [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 18 July 1946

yass DEMANDED £20 AT HALF-TIME At half-time in' the : Massy Cup game, at Queanbeyan on Sunday, Yaw officials demanded £20 from the Queanbeyan League, before the Yass players would be allowed to take the field again. To keep faith with the public. Queanbeyan officials ' guaranteed the money. Leading id to r.il at half-time. Queanbeyan won the game, by 5G paints to 3. ?

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SHEEP AT HOMEBUSH [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 18 July 1946

SHEEP AT UOMEUL'SIf Sheep and lamb values wtre buoy ant at Homebush on Monday. Offer ings were 33.292. Winchcombe Car son's spies included V. B. Davies. Caragabal. 50 xbred wethers to 58 10 avg. 5G 9; J. W. Davies, Caragabal. 58 xbred wethers to 57 1. avg. 55 10; B. Brown, Harden. 53 wethers 32 '8. 22 e\ves'26T; J. M. and K. Gibson. Har-| den. 48 tvethers, 31.10.

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MAHER CUP FIXTURES [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 18 July 1946

MAHER CUP FIXTURES Boorowa. Young Glbsonvale

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SYDNEY PIG VALUES [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 18 July 1946

SYDNEY PIG VALl'ES Winchcoinbe Carson. Ltd.. re;- -: ? that values for prime baconers i . ? backfatters were firm at Ttiesd.. S.\ dr.'.y sales, but other grades v. .? cheaper. Supplies totalled 1500 h .i.i this number including about ?!'' stores. Backfattets. extra prime »??.« heavy, sold to 200 |y.T head; p e ; 155 ; others, from 65 up; liar. . 1110 to 200 lbs.. 130 to HO : lti'i '? 180 lit;.. 115 to 130 ; 140 to i'i'1 lbs... 100 to 115 ; 120 to ib-.. at to U0 : l'JU to 123 lbs.. 73 to K1 j

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