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CHURCH NOTICES CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 18 July 1946

CHURCH NOTICES CHURCH OP ENGLAND Friday. July 19. Choir practice. 7.1. V Ypiing Anglican Meetir.!; 8. Sunday. July 21. 5th Sunday after Trinity: Chris: Church 8 Holy Com munion; 9.30. Family Eucharist; 7 .')?- Evensong. Rev. A. W. Harris, Rect..r 1 PRESBTERIAN I Friday: Choir Practice. 8; Conj-rc-l gational Social. 7.:i0. j Sunday: Scots Church. 11. InoiR'-j tion of Elder: 7.:w. Flank La -key (late A.IF... «,j Y'Hir.!!; Wallendbeeli. Church Service 3. Rev. Harold Per- : kins, minls't-r. METHODIST Sunday. July 21: Ccotamundra. 11. service conducted by members, of thej C.E. Society; 7.;i'J. conducted bv Rev.' R. J. Cr.shin i Communion p. I Stockinbingal. 11; CuMinga. 3. Rev. R. J. Cashin. Monday: Boys' meeting. 7.30. Wednesday: Missionary Auxiliary Meeting. 3, and C.E. meeting. 7.30. Friday: Choir practice. 7.10.'

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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WHAT'S ON? (As Advertised in This Issue.) [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 18 July 1946

WHAT'S ON? I (As Advertised in Thi.s Issue.) 1 Fri„ July 19: committee Meeting Tattersali's Trotting Club. Hotel Cootamundra at 8. | Fri., July 13: Card Party in Aibio'.i Hotol, in a:d of sports queen can-, didatui'c. I Sat.. July 20: Benefit social and j Elichre party in aid of Mr. R. Bar- 1 ret, in Town Hall, at 8. j Sun.. July 21: Football. Cootamundra v Temora. Fi.shcr Park. | Fri.. August 2: Annual meeting of Cootamundra Tattersall's Trotting Club at Hotel Central. I Fri.. Aug. 30: Monster Gymkhana and dance at Dirnaseer.

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

FOOTBALL! FOOTBALL! FISHER PARK, SUNDAY NEXT COOTAMUNDRA v TEMORA 4 r J WALSH. Secretary. FOR PRIVATE SALE i Kay fit Middle only, very quiet, X smid riding horse. 1 I'iiIIi iI 1 1 ? ? ? !?! ',; ,1 ltull, about Si years, \Y:t itahailsi-ry East bred, owner mi further use. R. F. GIBSON, Auctioneer IJ.iv or Nnight. l- von; radio SICK? pO.^SHSl V .. '::;e-up or a valve may ' ? % ?»«!£«»; rejuvenation. Wi:;. v..;- .. Pii-.t... 525. and CLIFF ?SCO IT. tin- Specialist, Will Cilii. FLORIST 10!! nill liCKTS, SPRAYS, WliKATIIS. anil all i.ass made-up work MRS. G. CROKER 41 COOPER STREET. PHONE. 113. ( IT II.OWLKS AND SEEDLINGS IX SEASON MOT & STONE REFRIGERATION ENGINEERS 186 Parker St., Cootamundra SPECIALISE IN COMMERCIAL REFRIGERATION LOCAL AGENTS FOR WESTINGHOUSE. IF IT'S A BATTERY-CHARGING JOB AVE it restored . by expsrienced ex . parts, at . CLIFF SCOTT'S ? 110 WALLENDOON STREET J.TEALE 31 TEMORA ST., COOTAMUNDRA ? wishes to notify -the public 'that the ' HAN-DE SHOP IS NOW OPEN ...

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

| | -/ cJtceuL'' | pmiSMBNOW | ' SHOP WITH OUR advertisers i AND ! mention what you saw | ADVERTISED j in this Newspaper, ' !

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

TO LOCAL AND CITY ADVERTISERS 'COOTAMUNDRA DAILY HF.8m.lf ? : i (Established in 1877) Is -the Only Newspaper in the 'Corrrng City' of Cootamun dra — the largest town in the State Electorate of Terrioi a. ' It is the news and advertising medium for the surround ing centres of 'Wallendbeen, Stockinbingal, Bethungra, and Muttama, all within a radius of 12 to 15 miles, and circulates over a wide range of rich coun try between Cootamundra and the surrounding towns of Murrumburrah-Harden (25 miies away), Gundagai (37), Junee ( 36) , Temora (34), and Young (32). (iootamundra is almost the ;half-way rail centre between Sydney J'Ond.: Melbourne, |with branches on-hoth sides — a four way centrep'ot with a network of railways unsurpassed by any provincial portion of the Commonwealth. Town industries include Flour M''i, Rice Mill, Soapworks, Timber ,-Yohis,' :Buttcr arid Bacon Factory, Clothing Factory. District': Extensive Piggery, 25-acre Saleyards and Rest ing Paddocks. ' Prirpary Production...

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DISTRICT DOINGS WOMBAT [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 18 July 1946

DISTRICT DOINGS I WOMBAT On Friday night, in the Soldiers' | Memorial Hall, a very large crowd as-| semblcd to tender an official welcome ! home to the ex-servicemen of the district. The* hall was tastefully decor ated for the occasion with flags, etc..1 and as the function took the form of a dance, the floor was in excellent order. Mr. Perce Fitzpatrick, as M.C..1 had charge of the dance programme. Excellent music was supplied by the Wombat Dance Band, with Mrs. S. Kirk and Mr. C. Taylor providing Iras. | At 10.30 p.m. the ex-servicemen' were conducted to seats In front of the stage, and Mr. G. Bailey, as chairman of the Welfare Committee, then took charge of the proceedings. Apologies' were read from Aid. Keily 1 Mayor of Murrumburrah). Mrs. T. Prothcro and family, and Mr. Jimmy Williams. The singing of the National Anthem added dignity to the atmosphere, after which a few moments' silence was ob served by all as a mark of respect u- the late Horace Hewison. ilie only one of about...

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RECORD RIDE AROUND AUSTRALIA PER PUSH BIKE NIGH 50 YEARS AGO CHAPTER IV. DARWIN BACK TO KATHERINE [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 18 July 1946

RECORD RIDE AUSTRALIA PER PUSH BIKE - NIGH 50 YEARS AGO '(By Donald Mackay, C.B.E.) 1 ' . CHAPTER iv. | Darwin back to katherine j At 2.30 p.m. on October 25 we once more made a start, not heeding the , advice given by many who told us not to risk the trip across the north on such tyres. Indeed, they looked any- i thir-? but fit for such a trip, on the outer covers we had solutioned patches. but those patches had not stuck too I well. Nevertheless, after getting the ! books signed and .saying adieu to many ! friends at the Victoria Hotel, we start- ' ed to retrace our weary journey to the j Katherine. a bit over 200 miles. I The evening was exceedingly hqt. and ' by the time we got to the K)-mile cot- , tages we were wet tiuough with per spiration. The only l#ieak in the mono- j tony was a narrow tscape I had of col Udinc with a cc,rt drawn by a buffalo in the shafts, with a horse leading. As I skimmed pas', the former, he did his best' to puncture me with one of his long horns. At ...

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FEDERAL ELECTIONS [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 18 July 1946

FEDERAL ELECTIONS Owing lo pressure on space and increased production costs, reports of political speeches anil meetings, broadcasts, articles, letters, anil oth er propaganda will only be inserted in this paper as advertising matter, villi the exception of a report of a candidate's opening public address. Advertising rale may lie obtained , from litis oflice. I .WAV.V.VAV.W.'kVWWWiV

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

SMALL ADVTS.— Wanted, Found, Lost. To-Let, For Sale. etc. — are Cd per line per issue (6 words to a line), with a minimum charge nf '/G. ' ! WANTED, Cottage, Flat, or Rooms, accomodate two. Apply this office. WANTED, Temporary Housekeeper, £3 per week. Apply this office. WANTED, Piano or Player Piano, cash buyer, out of order no objection. Must have full iron frame. Reply, stating make, price, etc., to Mr. Kirby, care this office. LOST, Wheel Cap off Nash Car, be tween 'Oak Hill.' Bethungra, and Ci'otamundra. Apply Frank Mitc'ncll LOST, Returned Soldier's Badge, on Tuesday night. No. A132353. Finder please return to Roy Brettell, Parker Street. FOR SALE, Four 32 x C Secondhand Tyres and Tubes. Ring Cootamundra 472. LIMITED quantity of Electric Bed i Warmers now ' procurable at ' RAY CROWE'S'. Phone 423. j BATTERY-charger installed at busi ness premises, also plenty of fresh dry and wet batteries at RAY CROWES Cycle Shop, Parker Street. CALL and inspect our range of Children's Safety...

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THE PREMIER WOOL AUCTION MARKET IN THE WORLD [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 18 July 1946

THE PREMIER WOOL (AUCTION MARKET |lN THE WORLD Scliute Bell Badgery Lttmby Limited's weekly report points out: 'With the return of wool auctions, Sydney resumes its rightful place as the acknowledged premier wool-selling market in the world. Tills is the un assailable and acknowledged lact by all those who are interested in tho wool trade. 'It is unnecessary to 'remind growers that it is competition that makes a market, and it is here that Sydney has an advantage over smaller centres. Buyers are unlikely to enthuse over outside markets: and. should they all attend, will necessarily hav: to take! into consideration additional zests in curred I 'Wlicr: it comes lo net returns, the grower will find that he is carrying the extra costs of decentralisation, andj those costs will be considerably more , than tile fractional increase inj freights in consigning direct to Sydney. I 'It is suggested that those growers' who carefully examine the pros and| cons will decide on the Sydney mu'-J ket...

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MR. F. CAHILL'S OPPONENT AT STATE ELECTIONS Mr. John Collins, of Young, Endorsed [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 18 July 1946

MR. F. CAHILL'S OPPONENT AT STATE ELECTIONS Mr. John Collins, of Young, Endorsed The Young Electorate Council of the Australian Country Party met at Kocrawatl'ia 011 Saturday last. Mr. A. D. Reid. Country Party can didate for the Senate, and Mr. H. V. C. Thorby. candidate for calare, were present. The meeting discussed the question of a candidate to contest- the Young seat in the Country Party interests at the next State election. Tiie. two names under consideration were Mv. Val Bragg, of Koorawatlia. and Mr. John Collins, ol Young. The result of the conference was Mr. Bragg's de cision to withdraw in favor of Mr. Collins, who was recommended for en dorsement. Speaking to the meeting Mr.- Reid emphasised the importance of the Senate position, for the reason that the Labor Party would have three' seats in the Senate for N.S.W., and it was essential that both the Country Party and the Liberals should have representation in the Senate if they are to have a balanced representation. Mr. ...

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

How much money will you have when the time comes to put your post-war plans into praeticc V What a build UP -?-'.!» will give your Sav mgs ! Pttt your savings to work now and keep saving. Remember . . . Savings Cer tificates worth £S will yield £ I' in 7 years. hi nest in the future .. . buy savings CERTIFICATES and 6° SAVINGS CERTIFICATE STAMPS | ADVERTISE WELL the coming '-vents, meetings, and so on. For these the charge is 5/ per inch (fro,n 'Ht- inch up\vni'U». YOU MUST NOT MISS A VISIT TO CORKER GENUINE SINTER SALE_ THE OPENING DAY. SHOWED HOW MUCH OUR CUSTOMERS AP PRECIATE THE SAVINGS OFFERED. I THIS SALE LASTS FOR NINE ^ Y S r THE; BlGiGJR; THE fi, [; J- THE FASTER THEY SELL! BiRLf; SECURE YOU MAY BUY OR LAY-BY AT COHEN'S CORNER ' 5 ^ * i : . - ; ' 5 ' t * .1 p ft * . Support your Queen Competition for War Memorial Fund. _ ? ?

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WEDDING DAVIES—DEMPSTER [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 18 July 1946

WEDDING DAVIES— DEMPSTER A very pretty wedding took place at St. Aibasi's Church of England. Corri- I mat. on June 29. when Joan Florence. J eldest daughter of Mrs. Dempster, of I Granville, lornierly of Cootamundra. | was married to William Mathew Dav- I ies. eldest son cf Mr. and Mrs. T. Davies, of Corrimal. The bride, who entered the church 011 the arm of her brother, looked charming in a gown of white lace over satin. Her long tulle veil was held in place by a coronet of orange blossom. Her beautiful bouquet, which consisted 1 of tuberoses, stock and orchids, was ! the gitt of a friend. Mrs. King, of Cor rimal. The bride wa.s attended by her | sister Mary, as bridesmaid, and Mrs.' Helen Thornburn as matrcn-of-honor. They wore long frocks of green and lemon taffeta, with matching-' liair drcss. Their bouquets cf purple stocks and cream roses, made in the sliape of true-lovers' knots. Were' much admired; The bridosrodm was a-tended by 'his brother Ivor as best 'liiaii, 'and Ken', ...

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

PERSONAL Nola Douglas, daughter of Mr. and 1 Mrs. Charlie Douglas, was conveyed by I ambulance yesterday to the District j Hospital. I Recent railway .staff changes include: ' Mr. c. Allaburton. yardmaster. Coota mundra to Sydney; Mr. J. Ryan, clerk. Junee to Cootamundra; Mr. D. Ander son. clerk. Cootamundra to Tocumwal; Mr. C. Hall, porter. Cootamundra, to leading porter, Warialda. Mr. Thomas C. Morrow, of Albury, 1 writes us: 'it was with regret that 1 1 read in the columns of your paper of . the 9th in.sL.. that Fred Dillon's and | my old cobber. Pat Brown, had lost ' his life in Singapore. Like Fred, it was my privilege to sail and serve with Pat. ; He was a cobber to be proud of, and a '. better soldier never shouldered a rifle. To his memory, we. his cobbers, will ever pay tribute. To such a soldier and man. the Empire ant'l Australia will ever be indebted.' The late Sgt. j Walter Brown, V.C.. D.C.M.. lost his life in Singapore in 1942. He was awarded the V.C. at Vllllers Brct...

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STUDENTS' TRIBUTE TO INSTRUCTOR [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 18 July 1946

STUDENTS' TRIBUTE TO INSTRUCTOR Last night the lull-time sheep and wool .students at Cootaimindra Tech nical College entertained at a very happy dinner their instructor. Mr. B. H. MacCormick. and their previous in structor. Mr. J. W. Croker. Everyone was in a very fitting frame of mind, as the theory paper, which had been done earlier in the day, proved to be a 'melon.' Tiie gathering, which met at the Cosy Corner Cafe at 7.30 p.m.. was presided over by Student Bob Harris, of Coolamon. The first toast, proposed by the chairman, war. to the King. Mr. Har ris then called on Student n. Brennan. nf Tumut. to propose the toast of Mr. MacCormick. In doing so. Student Brennan said there were several ways of instruct ing .students, but Mr. MacCormick had chosen the way in which lie spared no efforts on his own behalf, at the same time making tilings as easy as possible for those iT.r'er him. He said he felt Mr. MacCf-i.i:: Vs ^alienee and humor had at tines bi vi very greatly tried, but see...

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COOTAMUNDRA BURGLARY Two Overcoats Recovered [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 18 July 1946

COOTAMUNDRA BURGLARY Two Overcoats Recovered Two overcoats stolen from the home of the Mayor (Aid. Dcs. Stratum) in Tuesday night's burglary were tccov i'd by the Cootamundra police near Ihe railway line at the back of the mill. It is believed that they were dis carded because they were too cumber some 10 carry with the other goods taken, which included a mantel model wirelc set. an electric clock, a suit-' case, (i'thes, and a cheque book. | The thieves took tiie trousers and. vests of two suits, but left the coat.'-. Up to this morning the Cootamuu-| dm police had not succeeded inj making an arrest. It is thought that the burglars may have 'jumped' a goods train near where they discarded the overcoats.

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DRUNKEN DRIVING And Failing to Stop After Accident Tumut Case [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 18 July 1946

DRUNKEN DRIVING And Failing to Stop After Accident Tumut Case At the Tumut police court, before Messrs. R. L. Biakeney and P. Ken nedy. Js.P.. Neil Sid. Keenan. of Bomlxiwlee. was charged with driving a car under the influence, and also failing to stop after an accident. Defendant, who wa.s defended by Mr. E. L. Baker, pleaded guilty to both charges. Sergeant Hickson, in detailing the, facts to the Bench, said that on Fri day last about G.20 p.m.. defendant drove a car from Tumut to Bombow lee. The, police saw him about !) p.m.. and he' was still drunk; he ad mitted having eight -whiskies, and that his wife and two children were in the car with iiim. Just over tiie Tumut bridge his car struck Marie Clee, wl'.o was 19ft. off the bitumen surface on her right side. She was knocked down, and suffered from bruises and1 shock. Keenan did not stop, ' and drove on in a zig-zag manner. The police followed his tracks to his home Mr. Blakeney said both offences were serious ones, and it was a ...

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COOTAMUNDRA AND DISTRICT WAR MEMORIAL FUND Queen Competition [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 18 July 1946

COOTAMUNDRA AND DISTRICT WAR MEMORIAL FUND Queen Competition Tomorrow afternoon there is the card party at tlv? Albion in aid of the sports queen ('Tim ' Smith), wheic a good afternoon's entertainment Is as sured. ! The approaching dance in the Town Hall for the commerce queen (Eileen O'Neill 1 on the 25th. will be something! extra special, what with the super band - Jim Woods' Melodians) and the intriguing novelties. j There is no doubt about it. these two queens are working hard for their ^ candidature. They deserve every help| and encouragement. They arc very grateful to their many friends and| well-wishers for the splendid suppor'. 1 given them. The cause they are work-] ing for. and to which all money col lected in this competition goes, is a very worthy one, indeed. It is the War Memorial Fund, rt is their sincere hope that, by their efforts in this queen competition, they will material ly help to build a suitable and beauti ful memorial to the men and women of ( this communit...

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

CRUMBS Cooi'.inumdra had another 4 pts. of rain for the 21 hours up to 0 a.m. to day. Schoolchildren v.'ill have a holiday on August 1. I Apples arc advertised for sale by Valb Orchards. Phone Hallow 27. For bouquets, sprays, and ?.vrc.iU'.s fi.it n/.i Mrs n. rrokcr. 41 cooper si. Phone 525 i Cliff Scott' li V-lir r.i'!:o docs not give a good, clear recepti.r.i. | Tiie building of the Eastern Suburbs railway will begin in December. Mrs. J Teale has opened up a gro cery shop at 31 Temora street. llr. Chit Scott, of Hit Wallendoon stivei. will charge your battery. Dr. Evatt will lead Ihe Australian delegation to the Paris peace talks. Dalmeny chicks are advertised I sale by Mr. H. G. Young. MarijoW street. Revesby. N.S.W. Every Cojr.immi.st oflicial o; the Syd ney branch ol the \Vatc:side woiklio Federation lias been dcliated at the j ann.ial ballot. | IJak-rs in England and Wales have | declared war on the Governments breavi-iationiie: sclieine rhey detlatv tlia: it toi|i' e .*.ble t...

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LITERARY INSTITUTE [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 19 July 1946

LITERARY INSTITUTE Nine members attended the commit tee meeting of the above, and two apologies were revived. j Owing to the books being in the hands of the auditors, no financial statement was available Accounts amounting u, in 2. were passed. j Mr. R. A. Cohen reu'irteri r„i ii-, ch.ildren'.s library, w'.:i:!i -.vas now open for use by school children, prti vitled tha form lob'.ainaijle from the hbrariuiii is filled in unci returned. A lee of one penny pet boon will be charged, and school children will have tlie choice of books from a very fir.e selection, which have been carerullv chosen by the librarian Legacy. Sydney, and suitable i^r children i bays and girlsi of a!! ag'-,. It was decided thai a -.|-eeial meet ing be called, in conjunction with annual meeting, to endorse the action of the committee in agreeing to hand over the Literary Institute to the i — — — — ^ — n | Municipal Council to form a free pub lic library under the Libraries Act,' such to take effect as from 1st J...

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