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Brown Beats Pails [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 22 July 1946

i Brown Beats Pails , THE ii AGUE, Monday: /'''Geb'ff Brown 'was leading G-l, ;3-2,: Paiii'ro riis' match ''here yesterday. 1 'When Brown wtis leading 6-1, ' 3/2. Pails' re tired unyell,

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COOTAMUNDRA AND DISTRICT WAR MEMORIAL FUND [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 22 July 1946

COOTAMUNDRA AND DISTRICT WAR MEMORIAL FUND ? The voting so far is: Sports Queen ('Tim' 3rr,;--. ? .'jOIO Commerce Queen E;:s-v- o .Vosl i 40i0 Card Parly al the Albion fnr the Sports Queen A most succi-;.sfu! card y y was held at the Albion lint*.'. p-.--day last in support of t'r.c- -y.r ?:p:;?n's candidature for the War M'::nsr::ii Fund. The not' prcceedi am / ,r.,.i:d to £15,11/. The sincere :har.-;-, ;he committee are given to the lion, organiser of thi af.ornr, Mrs Deane, and her energetic i,u. Mrs. Freda Scott; to Mrs. R. D:iil,'- and Misses Oakes and Parker for un tiring work in serving afternv,;i tin Everyone prcsint. expressed :hi.-ir ap preciation for the kindness aiul gener osity of Mrs. Mcintosh for placing her coffce room at their disposal, and for the donation of a prize for a com petition, which was won by Mrs. Lind say. The prize for flic lucky chair was ji or. by Mrs. Varlray.

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WEISSEL STARS AT WAGGA [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 22 July 1946

WEISSEL STARS AT WAGGA 'Weissel the Wizard' was the sobri quet given. to Eric Weissel when he was ] Australia's five-eight in Test matches j against England. Yesterday, after a 'gap of almost two decades, Weisse» J showed at the Wagga cricket ground i that he is almost as great a wizard l as ever. Weissel was playing his first match' on the Wagga cricket ground fcr several years, and his inclusion in the Magpie team greatly contributed to the very large attendance. The former champion five-eight played outside centre for Magpies early and scored a glorious try. Later he went to the five-eight position. He started many movements, and the J crowd was on its toes throughout the match as it was known just what to exp-.'et from this former Australian i j star. j Perhaps the tit-bit of the day was when Weissel made about 40 yards after tricking his opponents complete ly. He huddled the ball to his chest as ir he was about to 'play the ball,' and whpii the Sallow men stood off he was away ...

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MAYOR'S STOLEN CLOTHING Found Burnt at Garbage Depot [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 22 July 1946

MAYOR'S STOLEN CLOTHING \ Found Burnt at j Garbage. Depot ; The suitcase and clothing stolen from the house of the Mayor (Aid. Des. stratum) was discovered yester day, partly burnt, at the Cootamundra garbage depot. I All the clothes were ruined. j ? i

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A FAMILY AFFAIR [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 22 July 1946

A FAMILY AFFAIR ! ARMIDALE, Monuay: In a Rugby League match between West Armidale and East Armidale yesterday after noon wests captain, Colin chadd, and Easts cuplaln, jack chadd were sent off tho field. Referee of the game was civil Chadd. another hron,„,. Colin was sent off the field Ior swinging a punch at his brother jac| Luter Jack was sent off for t|l,os1' tioning Referee Chadd's decision

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A PROGRESSIVE MOVE [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 22 July 1946

A I'KOdKKSSIVi: I ? — I movi: } On Wednesday. July 21. most im portant ini-dins held ill the history cf the Cuitaimindra l.iterary Institutr will take pliu-e. It is i special Hirel ing which is t: prer cilc the annu.il meeting, anil at it tin' necessary pre parations Hill lie nude to hand over the institute to the Municipal Coun cil rni. (hi. pslalilMimciil of a free lib rary. under the Tree I.iiiraries* Act. The Free Libraries' Art lias coine to - slay in New South Wale, and will spread right 1'ircufilioiit ibe country There has been a certain amount of opposition to it, but this has more or less died down now. v. in-n it is rea lised that the movement in other cen tres has proved ,, such, a bis success. At Wagga the librarian has reported a remarkable response bv the general public. Each week; shews an increased appreciation by tlie'people of llie faci lities being made available. At the same time, (this jcurnjl would like to pay tribute 'to tile'' men who have carried 011 the Lit...

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 22 July 1946

2.rf* Copy fur Die i'ress should Ijc ''?- — NOT PENCIL. m MIDDLE'AGE KIDNEYS OFTEN NEED THIS HELP Many people going into middle age nolo a slowing down ol the healthy bladdor action of youth.. While thii is fo be expected to a degree, if fre quent and poor kidney action Is experienced Nature nay be warning .that there ' is something wrong with. y?ur Wdneys or bladder. The kidneys aro Nature's chief way ot i taking oxcess acids and poisonous wsslos out ol the blood. _Ih«y h.lp most poople eliminate ahout 3 pints .- ,a day. ' ex^08s acids or poisonous ? * E!i \e.r '? ?,0,ur blood, when due to junctional kidney disorders, ''may be the cause ol nagging backache, nioumatic pains. leg pains, ' Ids's ol I ESEni ®nor?y» disturbed ' nfghti, ? t weuiM and pulhness under the eyes* headaches and dizziness. ' * * 1 R®'1 .del*yl . Ask your chemist or i I 15 J0/ -°?,n 1 ®oc*ocAe Kidney Pi lit, I hv ^ etic u,0d ?uccetsfully y millions lor over '40 yews. 'Doan't ' anH medicine lor the kidney* I SL i...

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DANZIG GAULITIER EXECUTED [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 22 July 1946

DANZIG GAUL1TIER EXECUTED I POZNAN (Poland i. Monday: u; fore a crowd of l.'i.ono. the iouner' Gauliticr for Danzig, Grei.ser. was* executed by the lia:ii!inan at 7 a.m. ' He spent the last hours reading l:.e Bible.

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 22 July 1946

? ; ? — ? ? . SAVE MONEY BY MAKING ONE PINT OF HEENZO COUGH REMEDY Costs Only Two Shillings pollow the lead of Sir Harry Lander, Miss Gladys MonCrief, Mr. Peter Dawson, Mr. Will Mahoney, and other ' famous people who cure their cougns and colds with the famous money saving. quick relief, and nice-to-take HEENZO COUGH REMEDY. Think of the money you save when you add a 2/ bottle of concentrated HEENZO to sweetened water, and thus make One Pint of the very best cough and cold remedy money can buy. HEENZO ' COUGH REMEDY. Don't delay, buy ' HEENZO today. 1 SHOP WITH OUR advertisers AND mention what you sow advertised in this Newspaper.

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PALESTINE [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 22 July 1946

PALESTINE I JERUSALEM. Monday: The Arab leader. Jamal Hussein, alter a tour of the country, toki Homer's correspond-, ent that Arab Palestine would 'em-' phaticf.liy rcject' a partition as a so lution of the Pale.M problem. | 'The division into ; wo separat'J 1 States, mutuaMv antagcmisUc. wculd never wcri: i:i a .small cuimtiy lii:e the Holv Land.' h. tl. I

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 22 July 1946

PROFESSIONAL j. & R. A. SPEIRS Optometrists AUSTRAL CHAMBERS MR. It. A. SI'EIIIS. r.l.O. Hon. (Syd.) CONSULTATIONS: Thursdays. 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. Fridays. 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Office open Monday to Saturday for adjustments and replacements. ?Phone, Cootamundra 185. for ap pointments. 'Cootamundra Doily Herald' ! MONDAY. JULY 22 I'JiO. |

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MR. CHURCHILL'S LETTER To be Used in Defence [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 22 July 1946

MS. CHURCHILL'S LETTER To be Used in Defsnce IV. Hi 3 .M..::d.iy The lorm-f 1-t.i. I':-, inii''.'. M. Flandin. who will a;:; -.?! a r'.iaree of collaboration i.e: ...- ti'' Mi'-ii Court at Versailles :?)- i:i* '.':v,v. intends itsing in his defence a fti.-nj Mr. C!ui:v!iili. | Mr. Churchill, in the letter, written NsivkhSt. 131.'). said he considered 'l\r M. riandin was iiis best friend in

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FOOTBALLER INJURES NECK [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 22 July 1946

FOOTBALLER INJURES NECK WAGGA. Monday: Two accidents cf a serious nature occurred at the Wagga cricket ground during the foot ball match yesterday. William Booth, who was playing with the Magpies' B team, sustained a passible fracture cf the neck, and was taken by the Wag ga ambulance to the Wagga Ba. e Hos pital. He will be X-rayed to ascertain his exact injuries. Another member j of the Magpies' Cltib, William Rake, who was also playing at the cticiret ground, fractured his upper right arm ! and was also taken to the Wagga Ease Hospital by the Wagga District Am- | bulanee.

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 22 July 1946

TWELVE PACES of CHILDREN'S SUPPLEMENT %§/ and ; . inthe S.M. -HERAL«^£f ? -EVERY' WEDMESDAY 'Playtime'. . . stories, articles, puzz les and competitions ? . . Good prizes every week and a Grand Prize of a Holiday Trip for the whole family. See 'Playtime' every Wed nesday for full details. ORDER YOUR COPY NOW ! fjOTE: j Special pages of j Country sport, ! news and feat* j urns arc included j in your 'S.M. j Herald' day by | day. j Atfc your News ccjent obowi the j 'Horold's' EARLY DELIVERY tn your ! town ^ j mx-\b „„„ I A refund ot £7,888— representing 40% of commisions earned —has been made to clients whose wool was appraised by The Country Producers' Selling Co. Ltd., during the last financial year. During its 36 years of virile existence, this progrecsive company has handed back to the man on the land, no le:5 than £I79,8*.0 out .'of profits — exclusive of £162,786 in dividends to snare holders. G. O. PARNHAM .... MANAGER ? ? ? — I

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RESUMPTION LAW To be Altered [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 22 July 1946

RESUMPTION LAW To be Altered SYDNEY. Monday: Premier McKcii today announced that the Govern ment intended amending the laws lating to the resumption ot lands. j This, he said, would enable ilu- c; .- vernment to resume land and disp e.e of it to those engaged or about to -y engaged in industries where ihe es tablishment of industtv was in the interest of industrial -;cv-'!opme:i; ; where the acquisition ol land was es sential; and also where the owner was unwilling to .sell at reasonable price ;. Mr. McKell said the bill would em power the Government to resume kinds for semi-public purposes to pro vide suitable areas for hospitals, day nurseries, and similar institutions The legislation was necessary to en able the Government to carry out it-, policy of encouraging development and the decentralisation of secondary industries.

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 22 July 1946

We welcome reports of different organisations,'' sp'ofthVg'' botiie.-;'~eie.Y4- but ask that, wlicrc 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 to avoid having t0 hold anything over till the following issue. %' JF - C 4/y ; SCHOOL , ? 1 ' ** ? -** Arnt'ti - ..j Arrowroot Biscuit* for ' ^ : ;tvonJs — she knows :.,c si: j pur t tile;,' mvti in the way they Qraotts ! TTUik. Qrro-ufroot ®-Isjc4juULs j i /?. nit i,,r tjunlily. .HOW TO ORDER 'THE COOTAMUNDRA DAiLY HERALD' Please enrol me R- u SniiseribiT I enclose ij/, tinni! my Ilral quarter's si.!j:vri|;! i-iii NAME ? ? | ? ./.. .. Cut iiul this eoii linn and pusl til ' ( '' ' ; i ?' ! ? W II. IMNKS'rnNKs*;sON. Bov |34 Cootamiinara All that separates cylinder and piston in your engine is the barest film of oil . . . so that oil must be good — if you don't want trouble. To-day's oil for this job is war-tested Atlantic Motor Oil. Its outstandingly High V...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 22 July 1946

BRII9ERLINS! DRAPERS ANNOUNCE NtW STOCK OF WOOL [

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 22 July 1946

COMFORT IB, *61 Parker Ht. 'Phone: l»t \ FOR WOMEN'S AND MEN'S GOLF SHOES 29/6 PAIR I

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SOUTH AMERICAN REVOLUTION President Reported Killed [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 22 July 1946

SOUTH AMERICAN REVOLUTION n ? 1 President Rs-oried j Killed LAPAZ iBolivim. Monrlav; The Popular ItevLluti jr.aiv Movement lias overthrown the Villarroel oovc.ti ment In an upriM.v; in which !?:- President is ie;,.:r:ecl to have be. '.: killed. Fighting is j-f.ill raging in Ll;:- streets ol I.apez. and inanv have o.'-.-n killed ljM both ;.id-:;. : Authorativ i tiMtryes repart thi. Lieut.-Caloml villarinel, who had bri'i- n virtual dictator, handed iilr. nation of the Chief-of-staff. Ge.'.er.:! Arenas. i The President claimed that hi- - ?signed with a di'-'re to contribu: ? ? the country': pel and tranquU'; . ' \

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ATOMIC BOMB Second Test May be Postponed [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 22 July 1946

ATOMIC BOMB Second Test May be Postponed KWAJALEIN. Monday: I: is Alii! possible that tile Bikini uiaierw.V;er atomic bomb test, s-t ,iwU ;cr _ Thursday, may be postpun..! bJeaww of the weather. , !

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