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COOTAMUNDRA'S WEISSEL CUP TEAM [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 22 July 1946
COOTAMUNDIIA'S WEISSEL CUP TEAM ! The Cootamundra team to play Har den-Murrumburrah for the Eric Wcis | sel Gold Cup next Saturday will be selected from: D. Wall, J. Bryant, J. I Crowe, F. Ryan, R. Cohen. N. Mc Donell, H. Thackeray, N. Lloyd', J. Bell, j K. Glanville, W. Glanville, G. Ball, R. 1 Greig, A. Broughton. S. McAlister j ttwo to be omitted). I
CHURCH NOTICES CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 22 July 1946
CHURCH NOTICES ? CHURCH OF ENGLAND Wednesday, July 24, Christ Church 7.30, Holy Communion. Friday, ' July 26, Choir Practice 7.15. Sunday, July 28, 6th Sunday after Trinity, Christ Church 8, Holy Com munion; 7.30 Evensong. Stockinbin gal 11, Holy communion: Wallend been 3, Evensong. Rev. A. W. Harris. Rector. PRESBYTERIAN Tuesday, July 23: Women's Guild, 3. Friday, July 25: choir Practice, 8. Sunday, July 28: Scots Church 11 and 7.30, Dirnaseer 3. Rev. Harold Perkins, Minister. METHODIST Sunday, July 28: cootamundra 11 and 7.30, Rev. R. J. Cashin; Jindalce 3, Mr. A. Cunningham; Era-.vlin 2.30, Rev. R. J. Cashin. Meeting of Bible Study on Wednes day 7.30. Subject, 'The Garden of Eden.' Friday, choir Practice, 7.30. Rev. R. J. Cashin, Minister.
YOUNG. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 22 July 1946
YOl'NG. The marriage cf Joan Mary, the only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Hooper, of 'Ingi'ebah,' Wollongong, to Cpl. Cecil William, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. W. O'Brien. Young, was solemn ised recently at St. Francis Xavier Church, Wollongong. a lovelv bridal gown of heavy all over lace, with full-length train, cut tulle veil and matching curvette oi* lace surmounted with delphiniums and hyacinths, was worn by Miss Nancy Smith, eldest dtiugMer of Mr. and Mrs. George Smith. 'Seirra,' Wirri mah, for her marr-.a^t* in the Young Methodist Chun-h to cm. Roy Charles Anderson t A.I.I''- ' ? ''West son of Mr. and Mrs. Neil Auiii'i-'on. oi Coonia. Best wishes for her future' happiness were extended to Mi--* Helen Western by the manager '.Mr. J- C- I'olkard) and ' staff of the Young DranJi of the Com monwealth Bank, when Miss Western ; resigned after -li years' service. | Mr John rawtcii. of Rye Park, was .injured in a queer accident at his home. | While rnrryiiis a liim' he trlp'ecl mid f...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 22 July 1946
Commonwealth of Australia grants LETTERS PATENT for new with 15 ACTIVE INGREDIENTS Becogrcl*iiuj its c-i.il fortuul.i and »»nufactiirini; yricrss, the Cora aouwealtfi of Aiutvalia has granted Letters Patent V. Dentins Drue Company for th-u: preparation treating cou;hh nrni rh^ht cold*. Made available imdc: the trarlr murk 'MOUN'TAIN MIXTURE' this preparation cimsi^ts of a ftnt-tastiuz blend of fifteen arrive ingredients, *elcctcd after .sctcntt Jc rcsetrch for their speed and tfflcicncy, 'Moun tain Mixture' preparation It aafe and »ure. and is sold under xconey-back conditions to give you thes** b«neSt-*: — 1. Clear* cfctf^t, »hroit -m! «f nerm-Iaden mucin. 2. Immediate relief of Irrltition and '-o'lgJiinn ?pARtnu. 3. Soothes am! heals *ore, strained throat. 4. breath- ing eaxy. r,. Assists dl^e^tion. ! Aak for this officially reco^iii«ie-l. ; unlrjtie preparation at your chemist | or store. Small, 2'3; Litrc, 3 G. ( MB3€T»RE
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 22 July 1946
SMALL ADVTS.—' Wanted, Found, Lost, To-Let, For Snle, etc.— are Cd per line per Issue iH words to a line), Willi a minimum charge of V0. WANTED. cottage. plat, or Rooms,! accomodate two. Aj .ply uiis office. | WANTED, Girl, p.ut time, housework j only. .Apply 53 Olnev street. | ? : ? I WANTED, i3ri»-;r.r Board. by quiet] young man. Riiiiv.ay employee. Ap-i ply this office j ? ? j WANTED, wry Housekeeper I 13 per week. /p|.!y this office. | | FIRST-CLASS ? ? umimodation rc-j quired by yatni' -vrnknian, private' I hem; preferred. with or without meals j ; Replies tu 'Accommodation,' tl)is of- j fice. I rt'ILL exclmng:: Tenancy my Modern Flat. Bondi, ail conveniences. for suit able 1-esident.c. Cvn amundra. Hallam.j Bom 48. Sydney. j LOST, Man's Leuth'.'r (Hove, I'It hand. Finder please return to this office. j I.O.ST, n&ticn Bock. i.i name of Rea; rifin. Finder pleasi return to thii of fice. LOST, lien! Gatehouse. Cowctimbia j | Street. G'.-eyr.tnmn Pup, all brinilV?.' Reward ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 22 July 1946
[Sift! I \make$M wade's |f,i j H g\ 't4 %V»*% COjJJ^fUHIR jjjj | -=\/i // rS ''wis'rwmi,,, ||1 '= g// the | ffid ; y :_;B ClIfF»0J0VE 4 0;LTp '? *differen-ee I When your recipe :calls for Cornflour — reach for your packet of Wade'sl . Its triple-refined smoothness and ' genuine maize equality 'make' all the difference. - WADE'S - CORN FLOUR H TO LOCAL AiVD -^Y ADVERTISERS 1 fCOOTAMWRfi DAILY HERALD' |j (Established in 1877) nils the Only Newspaper in the 'Convng City' of Cootamun k| dra— the largest town in the States Electorate of Temora. K|| It is the news and advertising medium 'for the surround igjing centres of Wallendbeen, Stockinbi'ngal, Bethungra, ar.d liiMuttuma, all within a radius of 12 to 15 miles, and circulates ?glover a wide range of rich country between Cootamundra and ?lithe surrounding towns of Murrumburrah-Harden (25 miles jj|!away) ( Gundagai (37), Junee (36), Temora (34), and ^IVoung (32)-. - I|| Cootamiindra is almost the half-way rail centre between KjflSydney...
TEMORA [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 22 July 1946
TEMORA | Welcomed back to civyy street after three and a half years in the R.A.A.F.. Mr. S. D. Hyde was greeted by Narra burra Shire Councillors. He resumed duties as shire clerk. Congratulations to Mrs. M. H. Blair, who has been elevated from the posi tion of secretary to that of president ( of the important Temora branch ol the Red Cross Society. ' The Director-General of Education, Mr. J. G. McKcnzie, will be in this district during the next week when he will accompany the Inspector. Mr. J. Brigdcn. on an inspection u district schools. He will be in Temora on Wed nesday. July 24. And will address local organisations and citizens directly or indirectly interested in education. At the recent final examinations con ducted bv tlie Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia, Mr. R. W. Auswild was successful in obtaining a pass in Income Tax Law and Practice. The death occurred in the Mater Mlitricordiae Hospital, North Sydney, of Mr. Chailes Bcde Trefle. a former well-known resid...
JUNEE [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 22 July 1946
JUNEE Mr. Frank Mead is on a week's holi day at the present time. He is busy installing his wife and family into their new home. Miss Ruth Storey, of Old Junee. was one of the two bridesmaids who at tended Miss Allsa Day. of Lockhart, at her wedding to Mr. Allan Anderson, of iwilbrulong. . i Mr. Stanley Burton, of Illabo, is an inmate of the District, Hospital. . Back on their job with the railway this- week after their vacation are Mr. D. Crawford, Mr. T. Atkins and Mr. Harry Ross. ? Miss Clare Magill will be leaving in the near future, as it is understood that she lias successfully applied for a transfer to a metropolitan office of the Railway Department. | Mrs. J. Ross, jun., has been taken home from hospital by the ambulance. Miss Heather Dixon started work this week in the District Superinten dent's office. Previously she was asso ciated with Messrs. Wright Heaton. Mr. Jim Robinson is to shortly take over the management of a big pastoral property at Mortat (Victoria). Mr. W. H....
OUR NEIGHBORS TUMUT [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 22 July 1946
OUR NEIGHBORS; TIJMUT At a public meeting held in the C.W.A. rooms, the first Tumut Group Boy Scouts' Association was re-formed after a' recess of four years. The First Tumut Boy Scouts' Troop is also being reformed, and Mr. Harry Hill has been appointed scoutmaster. The engagement is nnnounred of Mary Irene i Peggy i. youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. Spr.itling. of Tum barumba. to Albert John, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. V/. J. Bromham, of Courabyra. Hie death occurred of two esteemed Adelong identities. Mr. Robert Cottam iTuniut Shire noxious weeds inspector for many :'earsj and Mr. Arthur Bird. At. St. Paul's Church of England. Adelong. the Rev. Dr. Alexander offi ciated at the wedding of Leila Pat ience. eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Ferguson, of Clearmont, Ade long. and Norman Noel Todd -ex- A.I.F.). third son of the late Mr. Joe Todd ar.d of Mrs. E. M. Todd, of 'Hill- view.' Adelong. The future home of the couple will be at Junee. On Friday night next Brungle will ...
DROUGHT RELIEF GRANTS TO CEREAL FARMERS 1945/6 Season's Crop [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 22 July 1946
BROUGHT RELIEF PANTS TO CEREAL FARMERS 1945/ 6 Season's Crop I Forms of application, to enable ! vheat, oat and bnrleygrowers to ap- ' »y for payment of grants from '!ie: mount of £162,000 to be provided joint- | y by tlie' CoWmo'i wealth and State 3overnmen'ts for drought relief pur- 1 loses, are now available at branches !tne Kurai tianic 01 jn.h.w. tnrough the appropriate districts of the ite. Forms are a!lso obtainable at police stations hi' tlifee'districts. | ^he Rural Bank or N.S.W., wiiieli is distributing authority in this State, i idvised that the pritnary object of i payment 'of grants is to enable iwers who suffered serious loss of 5-46 season's crops through dronaht continue their normal farming ope ions during 194G. Consequently, any J wer who is not continuing at least normal operations this season is Ilglbie to participate in the distri- ' ion. | 'he amount to be made available will distributed on an acreage basis ongst growers for grain of wheat, and barley crops wh...
GUNDAGAI SHIRE IN FINANCIAL DIFFICULTIES Seven Employees to be Given Two Weeks' Notice [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 22 July 1946
GUNDAGAI SHIRE IN ' FINANCIAL DIFFICULTIES I Seven Employees to be Given Two Weeks' Notice With expenditure well above its in come. the Gundagai Shire Council was heading for financial disaster when councillors took stock of the position at last meeting. In order to stabilise the situation, it was unanimously de cided to give seven employee.; two weeks' notice. Opinions expressed by councillors indicated that a rise in the general rate was certain when the estimates were considered for 1947. Councillors discussed the financial position in committee, and evidently the attempt to solve a difficult situa tion caused much discussion, for much time had elapsed when the discussion ended and the Press was admitted to the meeting. After the meeting the Shire Clerk, (Mr. H. Heydoni was interviewed by a representative of 'The Independent.' and he gave a brief summary of the financial affairs of the Shire. Pacts, disclosed were: — - (1) The debit balance in the general ' fund on July 1, 1943, ...
CORRESPONDENCE (To the Editor.) Jubilee Park Bridge [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 22 July 1946
CORRESPONDENCE (To the Editor.) JubilPc Park Bridge Dear Sir: Your rccenl leader on the proposed bridge in Jubilee Park is timely. The matter was raised or iginally by a petition from 70 citizens . cf the town to the council. In its wis- rj dom the council asked; Che pc/v^rii-?. ;j inent for a grant of £100- to carry out , ' tne work. This amount was granted about nine months ago, ,, but so far there is no sign, of a. .bridge. ' j ' Cootamundra^ unfortunate in' not being situated on a river, where, cool ' water and shade',-is ava'ilabltflfor Sum mer picnics. The jpiily expand jrof water lit' the town is provl'ded In' Ju- bilee Park, ? which qould i^macfe 'tJics -' ? allow place, similar do 'Wagga'si'Wol- ' ' lundry. Lagopy: ;; . Those 70 ^petitioners .have ^ been ' treated rather, poorly by the ajdepnanic fathers. Several 5tlderme1i.ha.vei shown, . . interest and enthusiasm in supporting: the very practical', id&J,' of f: Vjfeidge.^ but the remainder arefcold;;' One'w'ouia -...
INCOME TAX RETURNS DUE ON JULY 31 [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 22 July 1946
INCOME TAX RETURNS DUE ON JULY 31 Cootamundra residents are advised that income tax return forms must be ' lodged by the end of this month. July 31 is the closing 'day for all persons in receipt of income from wages, salaries, personal exertion, or property. Returns of income, from businesses and professions are due on August 31.' Alphabetical symbols for the groups are unchanged: S for salary and wage earners, A for personal exertion and property, and B for business -and pro- - fessions. Advice to Ex-Scrvicemcn Even if ex-Servicemen who nave earned moneys in the financial year ending June 30 have applied for : sx emption, they must furnish returns. If tax has 'been deducted 'from wages by employers, ex-Servicemen ? em ployees are advised that they must send in a copy of the group certificate or the wages stamp sheet with their returns. Dependants' allowance and defer red pay and interest thereon are free from tax, while pay in lieu of leave is assessable on a five per cent, basis. ...
WAGGA KILLING WORKS Graziers and Farmers Combine [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 22 July 1946
WAGGA KILLING WORKS Graziers and Farmers Combine Tiic vigilance committee of the Gra zers' Association and the Farmers ar.d Settlers' Association met in Wag ga yesterday. They formed a joint committee of the two bodies, and elec ted an executive of three to act in eny manner they considered necessary in the interests of primary produ'.':is rilative to the establishment and r,) era;ion of the country killing wjr!:;; and abattoirs at Wagga. It was agreed that- the secretary write to the Wagga City Council noti fying it of the formation of the com mittee, and intimating that the f:::r vices of this committee would be avail able in any capacity to assist in the c.-itablishment of killing works and abattoirs at Wagga. It was also agreed that should Bo men be chosen as the site of the works, the urgency of an alternative ::tncl: crossing would bo intensified, ai:d the executive committee was cm lowered to act.
JUNIOR FARMER CLUB NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 22 July 1946
? l JUNIOR FARMER CI.LK NOTES j Sixty Junior Far.ners. wlio were chosen from all over the State, have jus; completed a special 10-day course of instruction at the Hnwke.-.bury Ag ricultural Ccllegc. This .school, '.vhich is the first of its kind to be held at Hawkcsbury. was opened by the Under-Secretary of Ap iculture. Dr. Noeie. on Juiy i. Dr. Noble, ill the course of his n-! - in ss. pointed out that this school wr.» oeinK made possible through the en thusiasm of those guiding tin- J.F. C,ub.; and the Junior Farmers them selves. He si rosed the important part play ed by agrk-ulture during war. and said that the trouble today is that we hr.ve not yet learned to work together. Apart from Dr. Noble's address at the official opening, addresses were given by Mr. Hindniarsh (Department of Education). Mr. G. Chittick (Pre sident of State Council of J.F.C.), Mr. N. W. Drummond (staff inspector) and G. M. Elackloek (State organiser). All these distinguished men congratu lated junior farme...
OBITUARY MR. RICHARD WILLIAM TICEHURST, of Wallendbeen [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 22 July 1946
OBITUARY MR. RICHARD WILLIAM TICEHURST, of Wallcndbccn The death occurred suddenly, on Saturday night, of Mr, Richard Wil liam Ticehurst 164), well-known W.ii lendbeen carrier, and an esteemed resident of that town for many years. Deceased suffered a stroke. He v.-as conveyed by ambulance to the coota mundra District Hospital, but passed away without regaining consciousness J The funeral was to leave his resi dence a: vallendbcen at 2.30 this afternoon, proceed to the church, n;:d then to the Catholic portion of the Wallendbeen cemetery.
CRUMBS [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 22 July 1946
CRUMBS ^ Town Council meeting tonight. Cootamundra had some hail in a storm on Saturday afternoon. Miss H. Goodchild. chiropodist, will be at the Albion Hotel from 6th to 9tli August. Fat lambs brought the remarkable price ol 40 4 at the cootamundra foitniglitly market on rnn.iy. Final figures for the football frolic last Saturday week showed a profit of £44. _ ! Cootamundra had one point of rain for '.he 24 hours up to a a.m. on Sat urday. and another 11 pts. for the 48, hams up to D a.m. today. ! 'Ihc Australian Institute of Political Science is making inquiries about iiold inu its next summer school in Wagcia. 'ih( Prime Minister (Mr. de Valora' will move in tile Dail today that Eire I should be a member of U.N.O. and tie ictil ;!.c Charter's obligations. in Portland -U.SA.'. Ansell Diirc!l| aomitnd plundering 1000 dollars from j :hr mails, gave Judge Mc C'o!lo,,h ins reason: he ne?ded money t ;; pur .;,' his sU:di(.s tor tile ministry. A rcemmendailon that two wuui'-n ? .c rci'H...
RELIGIOUS INSTRUCTION IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 22 July 1946
RELIGIOUS INSTRUCTION IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS (Contributed.) 'Where there is no vision^ the people perish,' a w'se man once said. To define tlw word 'vision' is not easy, but we have some idea of| what is meant. The Consul-General, for America. Mr. H. Earle Ru&sei, may have been thinking along these lines wi-invi urns .cnpakhiE ill Sydney last week. He said: 'It is tragic to realise that the civilised world is losing its religious faitii. By living in condi tions of greed, selfishness, and cor-( ruption. man has lost faith in God, in governments, and in Ids fellowman. We must strive for the extension of J practical religion into every phase of community life.' I It is with this end in view that thcughful poople are awakening to the need of a new emphasis in education. We need to move away from a wholly secular education towards a program-, me in which religious instruction Is at the base. The absence of basic Christian teachings from the present school curriculum is disastrous. On...