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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 26 July 1946

. I \ 'f Woit til/ the scale tips YOUR tvoy— If j'fui wan: value ;or voir m-.n*-y. ?; not the time to sjirnd :t. *1 lit* ir i 1 j ; i J'[i ; ; i: r-i i: brie.'ty, there is more f-]-end;:ig money in Australian j.';' j: t. ' - to-day than ever before . . . and inriiistry lias i:'-\ vet u»-en able to produce Miflicieiu good. t' ab-oib that pen* -up buying jKjwer. If we all .spend mkle'sly now. Pricrs will |jn sfcv-rticfcelinc— they rouWi nM i ontroiled. The only ? eiiMtjje ;- an to-day is lo limi: mi: : pen lniu. .save all we call aiei luiW. our sav ings ill Oiiiaiu .--It ti Bonds or Savings Cenila-ates. Savings (Yrtifieatts may be purchased at any I'.ank iir Money Order I'o-u oilier. and advance MiliscripUuns to Die next Conmiomie.Utli Cash Loan may lie made through any Bank or stockbroker. THIS IS HOW YOU CAN HELP TO KEEP PRICES DOWN h »y «»u/y ff'-.iit ;,?»»« rrallx ? -???.1 S.ti-r all \'-u Hflfj '.??? , HoH-ij ami Saviitps Ltr 2. S/'.rn* and fhuTt* a'ibr ti'f ?i ,i: (!?/, »/»;??. I...

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MOONEE VALLEY TOMORROW'S FIELDS Selections by "Tigar" DERRIMUT HANDICAP.—6 Furlongs First Division At 1.30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 26 July 1946

MOONEE VALLEY TOMORROW'S' FIELDS Selections by 'Tigor' DERRIMUT HANDICAP.— 6 Furlongs First Division At 1.30 p.m. Delink (13) ? 0 0 Various (12) ..' ? 8 9 Approve (8) ? ? ? ? ? 8 2 Leryhen (9) .. .. .. .. .. 7 13 Apropos (15) .. . . . ; 7 10 Glenfern (6) ? ? '.. '. . 7' 9 Edward John (17) ? V. 7 ' 7 St. Bryde (2) ? ? .... 7 6 Battery King (10) .. .. .'. 7 4 Danora (11) . . .-. .. 7 4 Capella ({ 85 .. .. .. .. .. 7 2 Vanlnka (19) ..' 7 2 Bunjara* (f«J .V 7' 2 Welfare (4) .. .. .. .v .. V.' 7 2 Bay's Joy (5) ? .70 Gocd Report (16) ? 7 0 Labrador (3) ? ? .7 0 Lee (7) ? 7 0 Padralg (20) .. ? ? 7 0 Prattle Joy (1) ? 7 0 GLENFERN or DELINA BRUNSWICK HURDLE.— 2 Miles anil 1 Furlong. At 2 p.m. Solvent (8) ? 11 9 Gyrone (11) ? 10 10 First Aid (10) ? 10 7 Buzharine (6) .- ? 10 6 David Star (2) ? 9 9 Edigram (12) ? 0 9 Amazed (13) ? 9 7 Prince Danlla (5) .. .. .. .. 0 6. Mercury Bay (4) ? ? .. 9 3- Nantllla (16) ? 9 2 Nicety (7) ? 0 2. Premonition (19) '. . ??'. . 9 ' 2 Red Alder (17) .-; .. ....

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GOULBURN HOSPITAL BUILDING Censure Motion [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 26 July 1946

G0ULBURN HOSPITAL | BUILDING ! Censure Motion GOULBURN. Friday: Mr. R. W t Cllnghan, a member of the Goulburn j District Hospital house committee i seconded a motion at a special board J meeting that hs himself should be censured for having instructed a builder to begin the construction of a temporary operating theatre. I . Mr. clinghan; said he admitted his responsibility for' the order, 'and would be- prepared to carry any surcharge for the cost of the building, because he realised the urgency of the work. It was because of the urgency that he had given the builder authority to , bsgin work. The censure motion was moved by the chairman of tiie house committci: Mr. D. A. Jurd. Mr. Cllnghan said he had much pleasure ill seconding the motion. He had had a conversation with Mr. Jurd. and knew he was in the wrontr. 'When I was appointed to the board.' he saiei. 'I was asked to see what I could do to improve the con ditions at the hospital without wait ing for years for plans. In this c...

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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STATE LOTTERY First to Randwick [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 26 July 1946

STATE LOTTERY First to Randwick ! SYDNEY. Friday: State lottery No 1364 was drawn today. I First, prize was won by No. &71911.' 'Sole' syndicate, G. Donnelly, u Got-! any street. Randwick. j Second. No. 22740. 'Iloine' syneli- 1 fate. Mrs. J. Andrews, is Carringlon avenue. Strathfield. j Third. No.' 65172, 'Bottles' syndi cate. A. W. Thomas, 95 Birreil street. Bondi Junction. Fourth. No. 95147, 'Coal' syndicate. Mrs. T. Rimmcr. Avenue Lorn, Matt land. 10 PRIZES AT £100 11705 12875 38297 23457 30063 .--20G9 57111 61914 68445 80610 10 PHIZES AT £50 7237 17285 20479 20740 22002 37610 42433 47472 54551 99703 10 PRIZES AT C10 122 12342 10939 19076 41883 j 70210 79534 79858 99752 99163 j 10 PRIZES AT £30 20293 22597 50130 57766 6671B 67979 G9029 76440 81368 98363 15 PRIZES AT £20 1546 6587 12654 12983 14783 2C048 32585 45935 52014 64215 G7C27 73793 76814 C2405 92445 Lottery No. 1365 will be drawn on1 Monday next, I

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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WEISSEL CUP Tomorrow's Game Special Motor Train Running [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 26 July 1946

WEISSEL CUP Tomorrow's Game Special Motor Train Running The Cootamundra Football Club htjs engaged a special motor train to rrn to Harden for tomorrow's Welssol Cup game. The train will leave here at 1.30, leave Harden at 6.30. and arrive home at 7.30. The return fare is 5/3. Tickets on the train may be obtain ed from the club secretary. Mr. Jack Walsh. The Cootamundra selectors an nounced the final team last night. It is the same as that which defeated Temora 011 Sunday last, and com prises: Fullback, D. Wall; three quarters. R. Cohen. J. crowe. F. Ryan J. Bryant; five-eight, H. Thackeray: half, K. Lloyd; forwards, J. Bell, W Glanville, G. Bali, G. Grcig. A Broughton. S. McAllstcr. Reserve back. R. Gehrig; reserve forward. K. Glanville. Mr. J. Batkin, of Murrlngo. is to referee.

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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NO CONFIDENCE MOTION Against Federal Speaker [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 26 July 1946

NO CONFIDENCE MOTION Against Federal , Speaker CANBERRA. Friday: 1'or the :irst time In history of the Federation, a mo: ion of no-confider.ee in the Speak er of the House of Representatives was debated today. Tne motion was moved by the leader of the Opposition, Mr. Meniezs. against the Speaker. Mr. Rosevear. Mr. Mcn/ies said that, in naming the suspension of Mr. Holt i Liberal Vic i yesterday, lie tjad never seen such gratuitous abuse of power by the presiding officer. Before Mr. Menscics rose to speak. Mr. Rcsevcar said that he had had re played the record of what transpired yesterday leading up to Mr. Holt's sus pension to make sure that he had not done any injustice. 'From what I heard oil the rebroadcast, I am satis fied no injustice was done,' said Mr. Rosevear. The motion was 'defeated by 3G to 23.

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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NOTICE [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 26 July 1946

NOTICE Football fans going to Harden for the Weissel Cup please ring Mr. G. Grealy. phone 526, between -7 and 10 tonight.

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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INTERSTATE GANG Connected With Car Thefts [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 26 July 1946

INTERSTATE GANG Connected With Car Thefts i SYDNEY. Friday: A highly organ-, ited Interstate gang of thieves, with headquarters in Sydney. i.s being in vestigateel by Sydney detective:;. It is believed that the principal op erations are at present concentrated on Melbourne. Sydnev, and Brisbane. The revelation that the gang wrk| Ir.tcrstate-wide was ,-naele recently '.'hen cars were stolen in Melbourne | and were found in Brisbane. wiie.-e' they had been sold to uusus|-er'r:l buyers at the pegged price. False number plates and other alteration? had been made to the vehicles.

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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WARATAHS v WALLENDBEEN On Sunday Next [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 26 July 1946

WARATAHS v WALLENDBEEN . On Sunday Next Waratahs, leaders in the third grade competition, will meet Wallendbeen on Fisher Park on Sunday next.'- The Waratalis have lieen playing very attractive football. ' Wallendbeen is the more rugged' type' of team, 'arid is bound to give a good account of itself. The Waratahs' will be representee' by: F\ ^Shurme'r (capt.i, J. Butier, F O'Dwyer, 1ST' Burrows, D. ' McICee. R Wells, R. Williams. D. Tabcr. R. Shur mer, A. Shurmer, K. Duffy, K. Wheat ley, R. Sheather. ... RAILWAY TEAM FOR SATURDAY A team will ' be selected from the following to represent Railway against Stockinbingal at Stockinbingal'' on' Sunday. Kirley, Wells. Manning, Ot'.glll. Bott, Slaven, McEwen. Kelleher, Klein Reardon. Hanlon, ]?. Fitzgerald. W. Fitzgerald. Stewart, Waters, Eccelston Chamberi'ain, Freeman, Archibald. Tiie bus will leave at 1.30 sharp.

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NO FURTHER CUTS In Country Trains [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 26 July 1946

NO FURTHER CUTS In Country Trains SYDNEY. Friday: There was no suggestion that country passengei train services would be further le duceel as a rrsult of the present ooal situation, said the Chief Traffic Man ager. N.S.W. Railways (Ml'. A. G. Dennisi. He added that country passenger services liael already been reduced by 50 per cent., an'! there had been a 2c per cent, cut in ^..ictls train services. The Central c'aa! Authority iMr. A C. Wiilisi s.i'i ':ilt 110 w°uld '°t order coiiip-'n^'ttio11* payments to *on tvact miners ? ?' nad lost earnings when (|i;in;t oilier work if there were anv more .stf.ppav.es at South Coast mir.es up to Hie e:ul of next week. Mr. Will* was hearing the 10 inouilv -'l.'l i-.ivliw'ion by the Miners Federation ur payment of theli av ra-;;- i-ii'iiings to contract miner:. Ml- 'ii ' -in t tic ccal face to do wheel ing. dipping. .»? ??i-ift work. Mr. Wi:lis el'seil the hearing af'.Ji staling '?l'i t0 announce -iiV 'vr.ra iicxi Wednesday or Thurs Cl The iii o...

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ASSOCIATES' GOLF [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 26 July 1946

ASSOCIATES' GOLF Last Saturday a 9-hole stroke com petition was won by our consistent player, Mrs. HuUord. On Sunday last, in conjunction with the Richards Cup, the qualifying round of the club championship was played. Interest was keen, and com petitive spirit high. Results: Third Round Richards Cup: Mrs Gibson 69, Mrs. Last G9. Won by Mrs. Last on the count back. Qualifying Round: Mrs. Scott- 94 Mrs. Smart 95, Mrs. Hulford 96. Mrs. Last 97, Mrs. Rawson 97, Mrs. Mur phy 101, Mrs. Sexton 103, Miss Rear don 104. This Sunday, at 1.30 p.m.. the fol lowing pairs will contest the quarter finals: Mrs. Scott v Miss Reardon, Mrs. Hulford v Mrs. Murphy. Mrs. Last v Mrs. Rawson, Mrs. Smart v Mrs. Sexton. Competitors please note that semi finals will be played by 10th August, and finals by 17th August. Tomorrow 1 Saturday) the third round of the Hawkins Cup will be played at 1.30 p.m., starting from the 13lii tec. Mrs. Dryer is captain of the day. A staplefcrd competition, 9 holes, commencing ...

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BLITZ ON FRUIT SHOPS [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 26 July 1946

BLITZ ON FRUIT SHOPS : SYDNEY, Friday: A State-wide blitz on price racketeers In fruit shops i.s planned by officials of the Prices Commission. This fellows widespread complaint! that many greengrocers are overcharg ing for vegetables, and are refusing to sell lines in shore supply unless other vegetables and fru.'s are purchased by customers.

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CHINA May be Divided for Years [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 26 July 1946

CHINA May be Divided for ' Years I NANKING. Friday; There an? grow-] ing fears that china may be divided! for ysars by wars between Comrnun-J ists and the Government. i Many well-informed quarters asssrt that if it k t:na!ly decidcd that the peace mission has failed, the only al ternatives would be a war of exter mination b'-'wei n tiie two factions or an uneasy ci mimiation of the status! quo. with the Communists ruling about one-third of the |-opulation and the Government the remainder.

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OVERSEAS NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 26 July 1946

OVERSEAS NEWS Overseas news in this newspaper is supplied by Australian Associated 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, 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 Times dors nol express that news paper's view unless so stated.

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FLOOD AT ALBURY Record Level Since 1934 [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 26 July 1946

FLOOD AT ALBURY Record Level Since 1934 The flood at Albury is now greater than any since the Hume Weir was built. Last night there was 7ft 6iin. of water above the spillway of the dam. exceeding the previous record set in August, 1930, by 4iins. The Wodonga flats have become e waste of water, with farm houses and sheds perched on ever-diminishing islands, in some cases only inchcs clear of the flood. The officer in charge of Hume reservoir (Mr. E. V. Martin), predicted last night that the flood at Albury would reach its peak today. At 5.30 p.m. the river height at Al bury equalled tlie flood peak of 1939 loft, llins. At Dcetor's point at 1 o'clcck the river had risen litis, .since 9 a.m.. to 20ft. lin.. and the rise at Hume Weir was 1ft. 2Mns., for the 2-' itcuis. At Albury there wau a rise from 15ft. 4ins. to 15ft. 11 ins.. be tween 9 a.m. and 5.30 p.m. In 1917 the river at- Albury reached 19ft. liins.; but the present flood it the greatest since the weir was com pleted in 1934. T...

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BRITISH-CANADIAN WHEAT AGREEMENT [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 26 July 1946

BRITISH-CANADIAN WHEAT AGREEMENT OTTAWA. Friday: The Trade Min ister, Mr. Mackinnon. announced in tile House of Commons a four-year agreement with Britain under which Canada will sell to Britain 600 million bushels of wheat at 155 cents a bushel for the first two years, at a minimum pricc of 125 for the third year, and one dollar for the fourth year.

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TROTTING [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 26 July 1946

TROTTING The annual meeting of the coota mundra Tattersall's Trotting Club will be held at the Hotel Central next Fri day night, at 8 o'clock.

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ROSEHILL TOMORROW'S FIELDS Selections by "Tigar" TWO-YEAR-OLD HANDICAP.—7 Furlongs At 1 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 26 July 1946

ROSEHL TOMORROW'S FIELDS Selections by 'Tigor TWO-YEAIt-OM) HANDICAP. 1 Furlongs Al 1 p.m. Double Mint (7) ? n November ? ? 8 3 Waitcmata (13) ? 83 Co-Re ? ? 'I1 Denali (111) ? 7 13 Tengur ? ? 7 13 Clipper '12' ? 71 1 Tiger Royal (10) ? ' ^ Man At Arms (16) ? ^ Star Vltc (22) ? 7 9 Foolfox 1 14) ? 7 8 Cross of Gold '5- ? ' ® Grand City (9) ? 1 ® Student ? ? 7 ® Lady Eva ? ? 7 6 My Hero (17) ? 7 ® Gay Leader '4 j ? 7 3 Merrily n ? ? 7 2 Chins Up (19i ? 7 2 Silver Elk (11) ? 7 1 Bell ROCk (15) ? 7 0 Doncclla (21) ? 7 0 WAITEMATA or DOUBLE MINT LIDCOMBE FIXED WEIGHT MAIDEN*. — 9 Furlongs At 1.35 p.m. Bronze Knight l20i ? 8 8 Skipalong ill* ? 8 8 Midstra (22) ? 8 8 Eddystone (12) ? 8 8 Lady Lac il3i ? 8 8 Feltrcd '10) ? 8 8 Sanchcrie (15) ? 8 8 j Cherokee Lad (23 1 ? 8 8 Winpar (9) ? 8 8 Crown Felt (7) ? 8 8 Potential - 5 - ? 8 8 Hops (81 ? 8 8 Omer Lad (19) ? 8 8 Treason (1) ? 8 8 Torment 1 14 - ? 8 0 Just James (18) ? 8 0 Slogan (2) ? 8 0 Rex Flash (16) ? 8 0 Tregazza (6) ? 8 0' Now C...

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WANTS JUNEE IN 1950 TOUR English Manager's Sentiments Expressed [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 26 July 1946

WANTS JUNEE IN 1950 TOUR English Manager's Sentiments Expressed ' The business manager of the English Rugby League team,' Mr. Wilfred Gabbatt. hopes that Juncc is included in the itinerary of the next tour of the Englishmen— in 1950. j He expresses his sentiments in a let ter to the Mayor (Aid. R. T. Begg), which reads: 'Please accept sincere thanks for your kind expression con tained in your telegram.' We will re member the kind hospitality received at Junee during the opening match of our tour, and we shall carry away to England very pleasant recollectloa-i of the visit. 'We share your hope that Junes will again be included in the next itinerary.' | The Tiillibigeal-Ma'.lee Plains Rugby League match at Uoronia Park. Wya iong, ended in a donncybrook. Two player;, were sent otr. a third refused to go when ordered by lite referee; a fourth was injured and carried from the field. As the players left the oval amid great, excitement, hooting anil jcei'ir.j, a light took place between tw...

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OUR NEIGHBORS JUNEE [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 26 July 1946

OUR NEIGHBORS JUNEE Mr. Ken Leake, who hails from Vic- ; toria. is spending a holiday with Mr.! and Mrs. Clarrie Roach. Mr. Stan Burton, of Illabo. who wis discharged from the district hospital. j had to be re-admitted after he was; brought into town by the (imbalance. | Alter live years ill the service of ! Messrs. J. S. Taylor Ptv. Ltd.. Miss | Molly Edwards has severed her con- 1 ncction prior to her forthcoming inar-j rtage. Before her departure the staff j presented her with ail electric i'-oi)| and carving set. i Miss J. Brennan. has been taken j home from hospital by ambulance. j The Charities committee has elected. Mrs. L. Coxon secretary pro tern dur-j in;; the absence of Mr. T., Killeen. The books are being prepared for audit tor the annual meeting and the com mittee has £51 at its disposal at the present time.

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