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INTER SCHOOL SPORT Cootamundra Visits Tumut [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 25 July 1946
INTER SCHOOL SPORT Cootamundra Visits, Tumut Fifty-eight pupils of C.I.H.S. visited Tumut yesterday for matches in basketball, football, and hockey. Tumut again won the day by three matches to two. As usual, the visitors were roy-ally entertained, and had a pleasant day, though there are some \vlir- nvn rather .cm*** nn/i *?» ire tA,u., — ? ? „ — „ ,,(-v) ,-jmi v\j\At\y , Basketball, A Grade: Tumut won 27 to 14. The Tumut girls were too fast for their opponents, but the 14 points indicates thai the Cootamundra attack was playing a good game. B Grade: Cootamundra won 24 to 19. This game was well played by teams which were fairly evenly match ed. The Cootamundra girls were very keen, and played well. Hockey: Tumut won 5-nil. Tumufs team is strong, and has played '.o gether. with little alteration, for two seasons. Cootamundra's defence work was goad, but the team showed itself weak in attack. Football, 7st. 71b. Team: Cootamun dra won 0-0. This team has never played better. The boys s...
GOLF NOTES COMMENTS ON CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 25 July 1946
GOLF NOTES (By REBUILT.) COMMENTS ON CLUB CHAMPION SHIP. It is every golfer's ambition to ad vance In the game enough to hnve an opportunity to contest in a club cham pionship final. The undermentioned six fought their way into the 1946 championship. In an. interview they were very modest about their changes, but you could see by the twinkle in their eye that they would fight every Inch of the rounds. Last week's write-up tipped five out oC six finalists. Here's hoping for the hat-trick. A Grade Championship Rowe: Those that have seen this finalist play admit that he is a natural golfer; he has everything that it takes to make a champion; confirming the old saying that 'golfers arc born, not made.' Has the title all sewn up; the onlv thinrr that will beat him is his frequent turns of malaria. Williams: As honest is the day is long; never played a bad round: tip ped that he would play his way into the final. We find in this player the answer to Just what Is golf tempera ment. Nothing...
WEISSEL GOLD CUP Cootamundra's Chances on Wednesday [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 25 July 1946
WEISSEL GOLD CUP Cootimundra s ' Chances on Wednesday Cootamundra play.s HardcnM;tr rumburrah for the Eric-Wsissol CnA Cup on Saturday next. ! The Cootamundra team has ra'hur an unusual record this season. .Un luckily beaten in several competition games, it was not until Sunday las'. that they won their first competition game, boating Temora by 19- points to 10.1 i . However, up to Tumut's success Cootamundra was the only team thut actually looked liks taking Use Mu'ner Cup from Cowra. The final scores were G-5 in what is still described r.s the best game of the season. | ; ?Commenting over 2LP .on Monday night, Bill Kearney, of Young, said he considered Cootamundra the best team in Group Nine, despite the poor com petition record. Maybe last Sunday's win is ins ' turning of the tide, and they will win the Weissel cup oh Saturday. The Cootamundra team will be fin ally selected from the following: ; 1 D. Wall. J. Bryant. J. Crowe. P. Ryan. R. Cohen, N. McDoneU. H. Thackeray. N. Lloyd...
COOTAMUNDRA TURF CLUB Racing on August 28 [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 25 July 1946
COOTAMUNDRA TURF CLUB Racing on August 28 The Cooiainundra Turf Club re sumes operations on Wednesday. An-: gust 28. after being in recess over th?' war years. | The club was io have raced in May.1 but the meeting was postponed when it nils fniiiu] '.hat it clashed with tilt ', English foutbal! game at Junes. ' The club is offt-ring £300 in prize money. Main ev.'tit will be the- cootaisrmdra Victory Cup. with a trophy of EH5. to be run over seven furlongs. _ ; O'.lier events are: Flying Handicap £05: Maiden Plate. £30: First Ilestrict ed Handlriip. 131) ; Second Rfstii;-:e;l Handicap. £30; Welter Handicap. I'-tj Nomination.- clan- on Monday. Au gust IS. a: 9 pm. Appeatan: e money will be paid at the met'.ing. i The secretary Mr. Ted Willianv. will b; only to-- pleased to supply a1.'.; further information required.
FEDERAL ELECTIONS [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 25 July 1946
FEDERAL ELECTIONS ' Owing to pressure on space and increased production costs, reports of political speeches and meetings broadcasts, articles, letters, and 'O'- er propaganda will only be inserted in this paper as advertising matter, with the exception of a report of a candidate's opening public address. Advertising rate may be obtain'1' from this office.
RECORD RIDE AROUND AUSTRALIA PER PUSH BIKE NIGH 50 YEARS AGO (No. 18.) [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 25 July 1946
RECORD RIDE AUSTRALIA PER PUSH BIKE NIGH 50 YEARS AGO (By Donald Mackay, C.B.E.) (No. 18.1 Next day (November 2^) v.c um;!' for the ranges, and only thai Aleck was , sick, he would have enjoyed the run passing through Skinners cap. The scenery was very fine, you^u hills ris- j ing abruptly at either .side, llnr p-ui ' winding between immens» sandstone i bouiders. Through the j.,ip we follow- | ed the range down. h.i\ iim ii on our i left, huge blocks of rii'-ywi i, ti .mud- i stone capping the l'lingu. I We crossed a creek, ami f^llowiny same, camped for dinner under a big boabab tree on its bank. During the evenini; w« .-iMdunlly left the mountains, whk-k r.t lunch wore on either side of the creek. v,V crossed long black flats with .small stones— a place that would bi; u -v.:imp after rain. By 6 we rra;!ii-i the i-;,itli creek, and found graxl v.ator. hii*. had much trouble in nel'.ini; wo'.d. We saw many ducks; also black?.' true!:s round the water, but none lit -.:;. Altvk was ve...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 25 July 1946
DEATH ! ? I TAYLOR: July 24. ai the Sacred' Ilin'.t Hospital. Edna, loving wifs of H. A. Taylor, Yammatieo. IN MEMORIAM | fyJcGUIRE— In Fad. but loving. memory of our dearest brother, i P'.e. A. D. McGuire. who died on ?J.')th July. 1945. while p.o.w. iiv Japuii. | Always do our thoughts stray. I Tii a ;:rave .-o far away; I Where they laid our darling brothrr. Just iivplve months ayo tcdny. I — Inst'iM/l bv !:is lovina sisters Lily.' Nell; brothers Raymond. Virtor. and, Norman; nephew John, and sisters-in-' law. Elsie, Kath. and Tv.ss.
SPORTING TURF [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 25 July 1946
^^— i~~^r=r=iJ TURF Following the running of the Flying Handicap at Wassn yesterday, the sti pendiary steward Mf. J. Kfflian) held an inquiry into the running of Pat roller in that even:. After ques tioning the connections of the horse, he decided to take no action in the matter. A line oi £2 Was imposed on the western line jockey. R. Dodson. for coming :o scale ?without n skull cap. Trainers, jockeys, bookmakers, and bookmakers' clerks desirous of obtain ing a S.D.R.A. license for the 194G-47 racing season, which begins on Thurs day nox:. August 1. are advised to make immcdinlc application to the .secretary. Mr. Bert Osmond. Coota numdra. i ? I
CHURCH NOTICES CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 25 July 1946
CHURCH NOTICES CHURCH OF ENGLAND Friday. July 2fi, Choir Practic; 7.15. Sunday July 28, fith Sunday after Trinity, cluisl. Church B, Holy Com-' ?minion; 7.30 Evensong. Stockinbin-I mil U, Holy Communion; Wallend-' been :t, Evensong. Rev. A. W. Harris, j Rector. j PRESBYTERIAN j Friday, July 25: Choir Practice. !) . 1 Sunday, July 28: Scots Church 11 j and 7.30, Dirnasccr i. Rev Harold Perkins. Minister. METHODIST Sunday. July 2«: Cootamundra 11 | and 7,'JO. Rev. R. J. c.ishin; Jindalee :i. ' Mr. A. Cunningham; Brawlin 2.30, Rev. R. J. cashin. Meeting of Bible study on Wednes day 7.30. Subject. 'The Garden of, Eden.'' j Friday. Choir practice. 7.30. Rev '? R. J. enshin, Minister.
OUT TO WIN LABOUR SEATS Country Party Places Vigorous Campaign [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 25 July 1946
OUT TO WIN LABOUR SEATS Country Party Places Vigorous Campaign Reviewing discussion-, tu the recent organisational' conference ol the Aus tralian Country Party, the Fedtr.il Leader. Ml. Fadckn. said the party would wage the most vigorous light in U.s history to wrest from Labour the rurni seals 11 now iieic;. - Tiu- conference w:.s at tended by Senators. Federal M'i:ib;v.:. car.did.i te-., and others assocmed with ihi:| party. 1 10111 New South Wiile.s. Vic-: !.ori[i, Queensland, and Tasmania. i J:i addition to tliavi; now held.1 Country Party candid.ties will contest' eight seats in New sou-.n Wales, three' in QuecnsOar.d. A dttisi m has yet to bo reached regarding .--cits in Vic- | toria. I Mr. Fadden said thai conditions in' the various electorate.; which the Country Parly intended c;-n;osting had ' been .surveyed, member:. a:ui Candida-1 tc-i r.iiiliiung the Brii-'-in.ce.s and prob- [ 1-m.- in Hi;; several (?Ii-uor;i::\-.. j The; -e :epoitr, would fcv reviewed a'.id discussed wi...
WHAT'S ON? (As Advertised in This Issue.) [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 25 July 1946
WHAT S ON? (As Advertised in This Issue.) Fri., August' 2: Annual mcelinu of Contnmundrn Tsiltor;;ul]\s Trotting Club nt Hotel Centisti. Tues., Aug. 6: Public Meeting re '.lie War Memorial Fund in the Asscnbly Room, at 8. j Wed., Aug. 28: Cootamuiidrti Turf Club's Victory Cup Meeting. : Fri.. Aug. 30: Monster Gymkhana1 and dance at Dinia-eer. j Auctions ; Wee;., July 31: Auction Sale, ndver ti-ed by Pitt, Son and uadgwy, i/ci. particulars of make, price, etc., to
ENLARGED COUNTY COUNCIL'S FIRST MEETING IN TEMORA Big Programme of Electricity and Water Reticulation [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 25 July 1946
ENLARGED COUNTY COUNCIL'S FIRST MEETING IN TEMORA Big Programme of Electricity and Water Reticulation I The first meeting of the recently. enlar»ed Northern Rlverina County! Council was held in Tcmora under tlie chairmanship °f cr' a W' EdK I The proclamation to include the new nrcos was published in the Govern ment Gazette of June 28. The areas embrace tlie shires of Jl labo and Jindalee and portions of Our.dnBi»l »»d Btirrnnyong Shires ? Their representatives now join thej reprcwntaMvcs of Narraburra, coola mon. and portions of Bland and Yan co Shires, which made up the original Northern Rlverina county Council, j The aims of tlie enlarged council are to retit'Ulale waier anci ciccuiuii..vj to every (arm and village throughout an area :il over 400.000 square miles. Those present at the meeting were: Cr.s. D. W. Edls and W. L. Donaldson i Narraburra Shirei. A. S. Donaldson and R. P. Ward ijindaljc), J. W. Haw thorne and N. H. Dyason (Coolamooi. T. c:. West und R. H. Thackeray iBurr...
CORRESPONDENCE (TO THE EDITOR.) THE LITERARY INSTITUTE [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 25 July 1946
CORRESPONDENCE i To the Editor j TIIE LITERARY INSTITUTE Sir: in view of the change in con trol of the Literary Institute, which is to take place after the end of this year, your recent leading article in this connection was iimely; and your refer ences in it in tlie valuable work be ing done there over so many years by tin; librarian. Miss Brown, would meet with general approval. There was, however, one aspect of the operations of i he iiwliuile which was, I think re grettably, omitted from your article. j u.ii. w.i.s me outstanding anu iubiuj invaluable .services rendered by the niuniiger of tlie billiards room, Mr. H. H. Hnwes. When' ' Mr. Hawes took cliaiiie. tlit? billiards room was a ser ious liability, und it did not enjoy the measure of esteem that it should. By his capacity mid his personality, he turned a liability jnt0 a valuable asset, and lie hns rated the 'tone' of the room and made it equal to any in the country, and a great deal better than most of them, go I trust y...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 25 July 1946
Cbt to Best urfWi' iM ripe.* V Jo'l't Pick atl aPPle ^ it-3 ,„ ,mtcss you have to. The .hip arpl'cs Io Savin6s Certifi '. '?,„? You can cash them any c''~',' |f you must but it's better ;'' vou if y°u hold them tiu £y mature. A 10/- Savings Ccniiicaic is worth £1 after seven years. Put voiir Savings into SAVINGS CERTIFICATES Header: Ai'c ' you 'ii' subscriber to ',,,(, ??coommtuidra Dally Herald'? \c-.i i- A °00(1 tlnie to 30l». 1 SMALL AIJVTS— Wanted. Found, j Lost. To- Let. for Sale, etc.— are Od per line per issue io words to a line), with a minimum charge of 'O. WANTED, Cottage. Flat, or Rooms, ' accomodaie two. Apply this oftice. I WANTED, Temporary Housekeeper £3 per week. Apply this office. WANTED, Dsm?stic Help, live in Apply D:\ Wallmnn. 4C Cooper St. I WANTED. lRln. Tyre, urgently. Ap-| ply McCLEARY'S GARAGE. | LOST, Food Ration Book, between Brawlin and Cootamundra: Finder please return to this office. j LOST, In. Parker Street, between Gootamundra West and Kent cordials ...
ELECTRICITY WITHIN 300 FEET OF FARM HOUSES [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 25 July 1946
ELECTRICITY WITHIN 300 FEET OF FARM HOUSES Councillor D. W. Edis told Councillor McHugh iGundngni) at the last meet ing of the Northern Rlverlnn County Council, that it was proposed to take electricity to within 300 feet of the farm houses. 'We are still hopeful that we will be able to take it riu.ht to the nouses themselves,' he odtlrd. when asked by Cr. Mcllugh whether tlie County Coun cil would connect to the houses and bear tlie cost of hom.e wiring which \ could bu repaid over twelve months. Councillor Edis said that it had been proposed that the council would fin ance consumers to buy electrical equip ment. Mr. Davey (consult in;; engineer) said that Installation wc:rk luct ueon de cided upon. ? but council hart not con sidered the question o; liriancins it on n time payment basis. Hi' would ad vise against it as such complications as property rights entered into- it. which were different to rights on re movable equipment. Tiie wiring would only cost from £15 to DIG. Council h...
CRUMBS [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 25 July 1946
CRUMBS Cuotamundia had 3 pts. of rain up to 9 a.m. today. Have your dry battery installed by Cliff Scot!. Wallendoon street. Damieny chicks are advertised for _' „ ., ? ^fni.iuniri street. sale by h. u. iouhj;, «ii'-n- ? — ? Kevesby. N.S.W. Pilone UY 1660. It it's a battery-chai'BiiiB Job' sce Cliir Scott, the expeit. of HO Wallen doon street. Phone S25. The new public library iiwimuralPd by the Lceton Shire Cotuuil iia.s been ctllcially opened by the Mun«« ''' Co:i.scrvatien. Mr. Wc-ir. R. F. Gibson, auctioneer, lias one bay M'ldlnn horse and one polled Here ford bull for sale. Phone 197. Contact Mrs. G. cruder. 41 cooper .street . for bouquets, .sprays, wreaths, t'tc. The annual nieetiny of the Coota niuudrn Tattersall's Trottina Club has been post|)oned until Au^iisl '.'. MoiiUc-r gymkliana at Uirna.sccr. r^..i.i,... A n.Mini 'lit /I.mr-n t i\ fiiilflU.' !lt lliBlll. T!:c public meeting to reconsider the i;b.|!-cts cf the War Memorial Fund is ? In be held in the Assembly Room on ...
£24,000 INDUSTRY FOR JUNEE [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 25 July 1946
£24,0011 INDUSTRY FOR .IUNEE Tlie fact that the Mumimbid-jce Dairy Co. wns willing to establish a CM.GIM factory in Junee. but was liain i;e:-eJ in the acquisition of land, was let'.:; red to at the meutiiiij of the Muni fijjiil Council last niglu. Praise was forthcomitii; for the State Gnviininent's plan to take unto itself the pmviv to acquire land where own ers wore unwihing to sell mid dispose of it tu enterprises which were in the inteirats of development. 'Junec is being lnnd-locked by cer tain interest:;.' .said Aid. Urown. while A,(i. 1Ii.S'OCk ounLnrl lhc ivn.-. ..r c.»...*» ton's mil!, which, he said, uir.'.kl have been in Junee. years tuin him, :u\ of Caotamundra if hind couui liavr been purchased. The council ptens lo draw thi- Stale Goveinmeut's atteulian to Hie nuuuia lics. Tliere is evidence of an extraoniinnry buililiny bur.m in Watan. linilclijius approved by the Wuwja Cily Council , for tiie quarter ended Juno so amount- i l'-d to i']U5.49o— a record. The list of I...
PROTEST AGAINST DAM AT BLOWERING Decision by Local Residents [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 25 July 1946
PROTEST AGAINST DAM AT BLOWERING Decision by Local Residents At n public? meeting in Blowerini; Hall on Friday night last, which was largely alicnded by local residents, a , motion was unanimously carried to ! protest to the Government through the .^..i oi.uu meinuer, rar. w. t: snea lian. M.L.A.. aKalnsl the erection of a dam at Iilowcring, the opinion bcinij expressed that tlie Blowering Valley was second to none. The fertility of 1 1 if soil was excellent, and the scenic, beauty of tlie valley was also unsur passed. I Speakers felt that tlie .submerging of llii! Blowei'ing Valley would be .'liamelul. e.'ipecially as othni' sites were available for the construction of the dam in the Tumut River. It was hop ed to secure support from Tuinul pub lic bodies. A letter ol appreciation is to be sent to Mr. w. P. Slieahun thanking him lor liis reiji-csentnttons on behalf of the Hlowerin;; residents in tills matter in tlie past.