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COOTAMUNDRA RAINFALL, 1898—1944 [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 1 July 1946

COOTAMUNDRA RAINFALL, 1898—1944 The following Is tlie rainfall tor Coot'iimimlra from 1898: — Year Jan. Fob. Mur. Apr. May Jne. ,i|y. Aug. Spt. Oct Nov. Ueu. Tt'si 1838 ^ sti 18S 82 31 'J!) iSS 175 1'i'D 43 298 54 87 lBl'7 1899 * sa 141 ' li'J 23H till 39:1 lOa 250 9 183 241. 22 180' 1900 171 36 289' 3B4 315 326 305 22B '233 16 185 176 2644 l9ui| ISO' ' 0' 302 2X8 114 220 WW 171 410 105 21 23UG 1902' 62' 30 256 ,16 18 154 110 ? 58 127 156 61 ' 366' 1418 ' 1803= il'S 4 324' 407 171 ' 26b' 333 67 34: 22'/ 63 163 *2484 1904 304 202 3 91 217 15.- 377 97 49 310' 128 ' 159 -2089 '1905* io& 43 27 429 167 44i'' 333 83 146 315 7 90 2188 1906. 10 32 512 248 311 323 lis 267 515 ISO 209 ; 224 3259 1907 145 9 55 170 C8 301 14ii 168 122 198 201 312 1895 1908 113 151 21 l'O 106 367 164 156 384 97 85 - 78 1832 1909 102 ii32 312 292 228 431 163 396 113 113 24 68 2464 '910 *69 0 220 77 143 386 275 113 4i'» 214 349 228 288U 1911 366 339 185 0 445 29i 228 48 373 If ' -224 '2917 1812 12 215 52 9...

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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N.Z. IMPRESSED MR. GRAHAM [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 1 July 1946

X.Z. IMPRESSED MR. GRAIIAM iSpeaking at a public reception ntv Parliament House. Wellington (N.Z.),' the N.S.W. Minister for Agriculture expressed amazement at the magnifi cent country he had seen in the North Island. 'It is obvious that the prm-l cipal difference between Now Zealand and Australian conditions is in the , abundant rainfall throughout all par if cf the Dominion.' he said. 'Good farming, however, has also been need- j ?rd lo produce the results achieved on I one iarm I visited, where 6000 sheep ar.d lambs and 150 head of cattle were taken off a 357-acre property each year, in addition lo a harvest oi certified srass seed. I 'I have been greatly impressed. l:-o by the highly efficient methods I aocpted by farmers in the districts I Passed through, particularly in thej methods they have adopted for eariy ing th'.ir .-lock through the . severe winters that are experienced,' Mr. Graham declared.

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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TEST TEAM [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 1 July 1946

TEST TEAM Only one change ' has been made in the Australian team to play England In the second test at Brisbane on Sa turday. uatii Hutchinson (Newcastle) re places Noel Mulligan, ' lock-forward. who is unavailable through injuries. Ron Bailey replaces Joe Jorgenson as captain. The full team is: Fullback: D. Parkinson iNow South Wales). Threequarters: L. Cooper (New South Wales). R. Bailey (New South Wales, captain), J. Jorgenson (New South Wales), E. Nowham (New South Wales). Five-eight: P. Dcvery (New South Wales). Halfback: J. Grice (Queensland). Forwards: J. Hutchinson (New South Wales). R. Kay (Queensland' A. Clues (New South Wales). R. We.s .away (Queensland). G. Watt (New South Wales). F. Farrell (New South Wales). Reserves: Backs, E*. Bowe (Queens land i ; forwards. E. Brosnan tQuecns i '.and.

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THE LATE JACK MOSES [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 1 July 1946

THE LATE JACK MOSES Well-known to show pa:i--:'; throughout the State, the into J.u-S Mo:;:s will have his memory perpetu ated if a scheme devised by Mr. A. W S.-ott. of Young, can he put into ' I fectivo operation. In a letter beioie tlie Young Show committeemen Mr. S^ott suggested that a priz? be giV'-n fcr an event to be known as the Jack Moses- Hunting Contest. He said lie would donate £5 t.' wards siu-ii a ii:'!:'.'.'. and proceeds from the scheme could be used to provide n mi'moi lal of some kind. Proposing thai the cmi te.'t be lield animally. and that all oth'T siicw organisations be a-slied t.; take similar action. Mr. Scott .said thai when enough money had accu mulated a committee could be formed lo dtcide on a suitable memorial and place fcr its erection. The general idea behind Mr. Scott's proposal met with full approval, and the president -Mr. Chas. 'Crichton) was deputed- to interview him to clear up one or two dcubtful points. ' |

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 1 July 1946

Operation Pluto enabled oil to be pumped across to Francc beneath the English Channel. Here is onc]of the huge 'bobbins' from which the pipeline was laid. r UluiUatioh by courtay of Ihe United Kingdom Information OM-c«.

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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INJURED JUNEE RAILWAY WORKER DIES [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 1 July 1946

INJURED JUNEE RAILWAY WORKER DIES A railway construction worker. Clir ford Allan Hodgekiss. sustained shock ing injurbs at Junee, and died in hos pital a few hours la:cr. Hodgekiss. aged 311. -m Friday, was crossing the railway line ai o p.m. iu catch a train to Wagga. when he was struck by some trucks being shunted. Both legs and his right arm were severed. I ^IcdgekRs cam? from Victoria to work lit June.', and i; was his prac tice to travel to W.igua each week end. it is understood that lie was shortly to, be married to « Wagga girl. His mother anil father are bn'-h dead. A brother resides at East Mal vern. and sisters at Tooma. si-:r.ii Gippsland i V.). Mr. Bill Hample, of Cootaniiiini :i. was an eye-witness of the sad dent.

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MAHER CUP COWRA WIN AGAIN [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 1 July 1946

MAHER CUP COWRA WIN AGAIN , Cowra continued on their all-con-' quering way by defeating West Wya long in the Maher Cup game at Cowra on Saturday by 13 points to 5. Cowra* led 10-nil at half-time. O'Brien having scored two 'tries and kicked two goals. I The challengers fought back well to make the scores 10-5 after McClintock scored a try. and McGrath kicked a goal. However. Byrne put the issue be yond doubt by scoring another try for Cowra. Tumut plays for the Maher Cup on Saturday next.

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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CIGARETTE PAPER SHORTAGE [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 1 July 1946

CIGARETTE PAPER SHORTAGE The Government will consider granting licenses for the import t.f cigarette papers If an investigation now being carrkd out by the Depart in :nt of Trades and Customs discluM-'s that the shortage of cigarette papers cannot be overcome without import.

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WEISSEL CUP HARDEN-MURRUMBURRAH WIN [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 1 July 1946

WF.ISSEL CUP HAItDEN-MUIUlUMBURKAH WIN In a hard game at Young on Sa turday, Harden-Murrumburrah won ,thc Weissel Cup from Young by 5 points to 2, after leading 5-nil at half time. Rogers scored a try for the -Winners, and Davison kicked a goal. Powderly kicked a penalty , goal for Young, ' v Crowe (Young) and Ougli '(Harden- Murrumbiirrah)'' were sent ;off the fieid for fighting, and we understand that they continued the 'box-on' amongst the crowd. i Mr. ibbotsen, of Cootamundra, re fcreed. ? 'ihe Cootamundra committee de cided on Friday night to challenge for the Weissel Cup. .

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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LOCAL & GENERAL FEDERAL HOUSE BROADCASTS [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 1 July 1946

LOCAJ. & GENERAL FEDERAL HOUSE BROADCASTS Allocation of pa- liamentary broad-' casting time between the Senate end! the House of Representatives will be left to the Joint House and all All- 1 Party Committee, which will be sot up under the Broadcasting Bill. I

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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HUME RESERVOIR WATERS TO BE USED FOR ELECTRICITY [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 1 July 1946

HUME RESERVOIR WATERS TO BE USED FOR ELECTRICITY Agreement lias been reached on all preliminary details to u:ilise- '.he waters of the Hume R:servuir for the generation of electricity by the Rivor Murray Comission and the Stale elec tricity authorities of Victoria and N.S.W., said the Premier of Victoria (Mr. Cain). The agreement now require-; enly formal ratification by tlie Common wealth and the Slata Government/) concerned. Mr. Cain said that Victoria and N.S.W. would share equally in the power produced. Generating costs would include a charge by the Rivet Murray Commision for the water 'is.'d at the rate of .008 p?nce p'-r K.W. i'.cur. cr Id. for every' 125 K.W. ir.itra o; LlLiiriclty u'jne.-a'.ed.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 1 July 1946

I ADVERTISEItS are in gently reqtic.st |ed to lodge their 'copy' early (before, publishing' day). I 1 i ? ? I I ii m-mmmmm-mm |

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DAILY PAPER AGAIN FOR COOTAMUNDRA! [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 1 July 1946

DAILY I'Al'KK AGAIN' I OR COOTAMUNDRA ! Asaiii Cootamundra anil district pcopiir laml readers elsewhere! arc Knelril by «s as a daily, which rrlm lanlly «r had li- cut down when tile war cimlitiuiis ami paper shortage iii'.-i's-ilati'il. (inmirtunitv is taken in Ihis. Hie f.rst i.l the new serir-. to thank Mibr-criliirs anil ailvcriiscrs fur their c'.iii;ralul.itions ami best wishes lor sucerss. 11 is severally coucciK'il that ally newspaper in any centre is more or less a help towards its pro gress. As fur a daily publication, it is supposed lo 'make*' a town, anil play une. of the must important rules towards eventually converting that town ??into- a cilv. Caotumundra has phenomenally' progressed, largely diie to the 'rural area around being so sate and sound; anil now that secondary industries' ' in tlie town 'have come lei also play , their substantial part in the general progress aiid development, both J'ifljVPUs'J .and. country, residents combine, ; in /predicting even a great...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 1 July 1946

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 1 July 1946

YES, TlHESE 6 LINES ARE EXTRA SPECIE DON'T MISS THEM AT CORNER THE FURNISHING J SPECIALISTS TAPESTRY For Furniture Upholstering or Curtains GREEN FAWN RUST 8/6 YARD No Coupons. BEDR OOM RUGS A warm, cosy Rug for Bedroom Floors S/ll Heavy Grade Twill, with ? hand stencilled pattern ? : , designs , ; ? 8/11 YARD' No coijpojns. 7 2in. Block Stripe/ for Blinds or used as Ticking 5/H YAR8 Coupon Free. COIR DOOR MAIS . 1/6. 8/8 EACH Heavy Fisher Nets, ?in Green, Brown, aijji Burgundy. 1/1! YARD Busy, Busy, Always Bu?y ! COHEN'S CORNER ^'PPor* ypur Queen ^or ^far Memorial Fui^d.: ?

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PALESTINE The Jewish Resistance Movement [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 1 July 1946

PALESTINE The Jewish Resistance! Movement ..JERUSALEM, Monday; 'Britain! has declared war on !!,? jinvi.sh e«ni munity. We will vennn i-..' threaiea ed the Jewish Resisiatu'r Movement's underground Radio, — rii.™ vuiec of Israel.' A Oovernment stattinen: .say;; tint 2000 jews were roiuiriecl i:;, iliroity'.i out Palestine in thn ciwratisns on Saturday, and licit! tir i-.ue.'itiga'.iJn.

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 1 July 1946

1 PROFESSIONAL J. & R. A. SPEIKB. ! | Optometrist* .' j R. A. SPEIRS. F.I.O., Hons., Sydney j Constitutions: Ttiursaays 2 p.m. 40 5 p.m. Fridays 9 n.m. to 3 p.m. Of fice open every day for adjustments and appointments. I Phone, Cootamundra 185 for ap ; poiutment. Office In Austral Cham ?; bers, open Monday to Friday, 9 to 5; | Saturday. 9 to 12 for adjustments ana t replacements j I IMPORTANT NOTICE ! It is regretted that Mr. H. K. Barrociough, O.B.O.A. | will be unable fo visif COOTA MUNDRA on JULY 11 i AS PREVIOUSLY ANNOUNCED | Watch this space for details of next visit. j 'Cootemurtdra Daily Herald' MONDAY. JULY 1. l'JIC.

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COMMUNIST PARTY 'Declared Capitalistic' Mr. Chifley Agrees [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 1 July 1946

COMMUNIST PARTY 'Declared Capitalistic' j Mr. Chifley Agrees An inqtiiry ir.t:- Aii.str.-.linn Cvni- 1 munist Party lmxl:, wa;, uryed by the' deputy leader ot tiic Opivjiition iMr.i Hnrirsun i. in the lion r Ryprcs!':: tntKc.s. i Mr. Uarri.s':n sairl ! iir- yli:1'. :n be especially dirvtecl at !;wi;.-:y ccl-| lected by the C.nimuni.si Party fram' the Lnbnr unions and organisation . ! The f;o:n:miriist Party \va- nrnv i capitalistic ci'tiani.saiion. o'l-nin(s pr.j perty and buildings ;is well as o'.hei' assets. 1 Tilt Prime Minis'.'-r wild he had 'v-1 authority to instituir inquiries ii.; - ths affairs of private individuals. ? 'I am intf-restcrl t;, li.ur ihat u i; a capitalist!: m'i--ir.isaiii:n. That L som«thing I always Mi-ipeetcd,' s.n:l Mr. Chifley. '

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OVERSEAS NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 1 July 1946

OVERSEAS NEWS Overseas news in this newspaper is I supplied by Australian Associated I Press. Sources include In England The Times, Daily Telegraph, Daily Mail, Daily Herald, Daily Express, Manchest er Guardian. Renter's World Service, Associated Press of Great Britain, i and Exchange Telegraph Agency; and In America, the New York Times. Herald-Tribune, Associated Press, and ' Ihe North American Newspaper Alli ance. Matter from the London I Times does not express that news- ' paper's view unless so slated. I

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ROCKET RISES 75 MILES! [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 1 July 1946

ROCKET RISES 75 MILES ! WHITESANDS (New Mexico i. Mon day: A German V2 rocket,, fired from the Army's Ordnance proving ground, reached an altitude of at least iu miles. I Tlie commandant said that this wa a r.s'.v record for guided mU'.siles, .lie previous best being 71 miles.

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