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GOLF NOTES ROWE 1946 CLUB CHAMPION [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 29 July 1946

GOLF NOTES i BV 'REBUILT.') KOWE IU4C CLUB CHAMPION The County Club's golf championship was concluded on Sunday in perfect weather. It was an ideal day for golf. Those that have had the pleasure to sec Ralph Rowe play, and know hLs play, knew that tills player was a sure bet for the title. He lived up to all expectations by winning the champion ship. and it is a pity to see a player of liis calibre given such few oppor tunities to show his ability. He is de finitlv in National championship class. It would be unfair In passing not to mention how Ted Williams makes liis presence felt in whatever he seems to take on. Ted won this year's bowls championship, and fought his way to the finals in the golf championships, a feat only a topliner could be expect ed to do. Ballard Wins 'B' Grade Championship The critics did not expect Os. to win by so much, for lie has not had much pny thLs year. Those that witnessed this game say that he has never play ed better. Os. was amongst our best player...

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TENNIS [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 29 July 1946

TENNIS Presbyterians v Spitfires: Meale and Hunter v Walkom and Mounter, 2-6; v Boyce and Ryan. 0-6; Armour and Ronning v Walkom and Mounter 2-6; v Boyce and Ryan. 2-6; Meale and Mrs. Armour v Walkom and Mrs. Wlndred, 1-6; Mesdamcs Armour and Hunter v Mesdamcs Wlndred and Rln kin, 3-6; Hunter and Mrs. Hunter v Mounter and Mrs. Rinkin, 3-6; Ron ning and Mrs. Hunter v Ryan and Mrs. Wlndred, 0-6; Armour and Mrs Armour v Boyce and Mrs. Rinkin 6-3. Spitfires won by 51 games to 19. (

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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SPORTING FOOTBALL COOTAMUNDRA DEFEATED BY MURRUMBURRAH-HARDEN [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 29 July 1946

[?] FOOTBALL C'OOTAMt'NIHtA Dl.I'l.A ! l'l- KY 3Il'KHrSIBt:KKAH-H.-\KI»E\ 1 B.v 'LOCK.'' A demonstration against- tlie ref eree. .1. Batkin. took place at the ecnclusioii cf the Weisscl C up game between Miirniniburrali-llariieii ami Cootamundra. at Murrumburrah Ilarden. last Saturday. And it was merited. j Seldom have I seen a referees de cisions so difficult to id low. In fact, if 1 may be permitted to say so. they wore downright ridiculous. I am not going to say that Mtirnim btirrah-Harden did not deserve their Will. They did. Tliev plajed good football. But it is also reasonable to say that had Cootamundra not been so demoralised by Batltiu's 'haywire decisions, the result would have been ditlereilt A ccnipetent r.utl'.on'.y a: the match voiced the opinion that la- did not think Ba'.kiu was biased, but merely incompetent. I concur with this view. Apart trom his Incompetence, had a donnybrook coir.mcnced— and it nearly (iiri on several Occasions — he would have had httie chance o...

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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MOTHER ANR SIX CHILDREN Die in N.Z. Fire [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 29 July 1946

MOTHER ANR SIX CHILDREN Die in N.Z. Fire AUCKLAND iN.Z*. Monday: A inotbT and six children v.eie burn- d tt- death in a lire which wiped o:it a cottase at Tauman;;i il.'.ee milc.v from Fuiaruru. tarly today. Only the husband escaped, ;ind he is now in hospital, .-.uflpiiiij; .'.everi lv from shock. The mother was Mr-. Roua Cia^tci. 20. Tile children's U'4es ranged from 9 m'Ji'.tiis to 9 years. | Ti'.c husband. Roy CVi.sson, busli i«i tractor, was awakened by thr fire. an.l. after arousing his v.i U-. lie instill', 'd her to follow him with the baby. He then rushed to waken the o '.i-r children and help them to escape. It is iiiounht that Mrs Gasson a'.i'.i the baby were cut on by the ll.ini.s. as when Gasson was beaten back by flame.'-- from the cltildrep.'., room he was unable to find them. Tin- cottase collaji-ed uti tilt- mo' her and her family just as Gasson Kcrcd from the inferno. It is believed to have lieen cauv.d by nas escaping from a [MS rtni;.

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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GROUP 9 RESULTS [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 29 July 1946

GROUP 9 KESI.'LTS The following are ? the results of Group 0 matches played on Sunday: Tcmorn .7, d. Gundagai. 2. West Wyalong, 10, d Barmedman, 2. Harden. 25 d. Burrowa. 9. Jtuiee d. Tuniut. 5-nll. Temora. 7. d Gundagai. 2.

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BIG AMMUNITION DUMP ABLAZE [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 29 July 1946

BIG AMMUNITION DUMP ABLAZE AMSTERDAM. Monday: A former German munitions dump outside the city cauyht lire, and explosions occur red throughout the evening as great clouds of black smoke drilled acr:!i.s ths city. I Firemen were unable to enter the] danger zone because of bursting mis- j silos.' j Pour guards are missing.

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WARATAHS HAVE EASY WIN [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 29 July 1946

WAKATAIIS HAVE EASY WIN On Fisher Park yesterday afternoon the Waratalis recorded their easiest wctory of tlie season by defeating Wal- i lendbeeii by 38 points to nil. V/all-l endbeeti were three men snort until L. Wheatlcy. Hennicker and Brown helped make up the 13 men. The game itself was very fast, clean and open, but the victors never looked like giv ing a point away. Scorers for Waratalis were F. Sliur mer 2. R. Shurmer. A. Shurmcr. O'Dw.v cr. Burrows. Wheatlcy. McKee. Taber and Sheatlier. tries. Jack Butler re gistered four goals.

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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BOYD SINCLAIR TRIAL COMMENCES [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 29 July 1946

BOYD SINCLAIR TRIAL COMMENCES SYDNEY. Monday: After a lapse | ol ten years, Boyd Sinclair. 27. camel before the Central Criminal Court to-j day to defend a charge that, on Sep tember 2-4. 1935. he murdered John Smiilie, taxi driver, at Homebush. j Sinclair was arrested in Marcn, 1936. but unit I recently was detained in a hospital for th? criminally insane. Sinclair appeared thoroughly com posed when he entered the dock iiii- morning, and ph'.ided not guilty in a firm voice. At the commencement of proceed ings Mr. E. u.. J:mcs, for the accused, announced thu' he proposed to object to seme of lb'.' evidence which was to he tendered b- the Crown. Proceeding.

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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FOOTBALLER FRACTURES LEG [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 29 July 1946

I-OOTBALLER FRACTURES LEG A serious accident marred the Rugby League football match at Gundagai 011 Saturday, in which South Gundagai I mirrowly defeated, North Gundagai, the I scores being 4 points to 3.. About half way through the first half. John Mol loy suffered a 'compound fracture of the right leg,; and was taken to hos pital after receiving ambulance treat ment on the ground:

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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RAILWAY SQUARE EXPLOSION Hamburger Stall Blown Up [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 29 July 1946

RAILWAY SQUARE EXPLOSION Hamburger Stall Bloun Up SYDNEY, Monday: A violent ex plosion wrecked a hamburger stall ill Icailuay Square, C'itv, at about 1 a.m. today, and tlic resulting fire, which destroyed the wreckage, readied to within a few inches of underground petrol storage tanks, containing over 2000 gallons cf spirit, before it v;as subdued.

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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DE GAULLE'S APPEAL For Anglo-French Alliance [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 29 July 1946

DE GAULLE'S APPEAL Fcr Anglo-French Al'iance i PARIS. Mi.'Mhiv: An apju-al for a' strm.-j A:i'-'!---l .i':ic:i aillance to h.-lpj !c-f:stnbli :i ij.-il.m.c in 'a world whose iiiii).-i-ill:--! by t;i' j i Russia.' a-' ? in. r-. (iciurat U'.' CSaullf. 1

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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WARSHIPS May Have Atomic Power [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 29 July 1946

WARSHIPS May Have Atomic Power OFF BIKINI. Mondnv: Admival Edward Cochrane told the Press ti::' ? v;arshi|.vs mitihl be powered v.i.h atomic energy within five years. | Their hulls would be strensthc:vd : to withstand atom bombs buter. 1 However, it is improbable that ex-! pjnsiv;- alterations will be tried until; the results of the I'.iknii tests a:vj tliaroughly known. j

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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KRUPPS ARMS CENTRE To be Converted to Peace Production [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 29 July 1946

KRUPPS ARMS CENTRE To be Converted to Peace Production LONDON. Monday: British authori-j ties in Germany abandoned a plan to' raze to the (.-round the vast Krupjvi Arms centre, which once employed 08.000 workers. j Instead, it is proposed to conv»vt | all of it to p:ace time produc'ioii.j says the 'Daily Express' correspond ent in Berlin.

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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£40,000 HOLD-UP At Tel Aviv Stock Exchange [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 29 July 1946

j £40,000 HOLD-UP At Tel Aviv Stock Exchange I,ON£)().\t .Monday; Ki^Jil men, »vmrd Milh tommy puns, cnlcm] 'IV! A\iv Siori; Exchange on Sun I'av aitcmooi), held up nil prrst'nl, ; anil rscaped with gold valued .it about -ays an AmiTican As .'iCitialrd I'li-ss report. Ihr rnni arc bolicvrd l» be mem bers j a Jewish terrorist organ- ! isation. |

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BIG TENNIS Australian Successes In Sweden [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 29 July 1946

BIG TENNIS Australian Successes In Sweden LONDON, Monday: The Australians won both the men's singles and the doubles finals of the Swedish tennis championships. Geoff Brown won the singles title, defeating the Swedish DavLs Cup player. Johnansso.n, 1-6. 6-1. 6-0, 6-2. Hopman and Brown defeated Pails and Harper, 6-4. 6-1, 8-10, 6-2.

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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BOWLS [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 29 July 1946

BOWLS The two matches in the quarter- j fiijal of the club's handicap pairs. 1 which had been interrupted by l'.M'.i during last week-end, were continued , on Sunday, and resulted in 'wu rather easy wins. The match of Steele and Barr v Stanteford and R. Williams was con tiuned from the 14th end. and the former two players came out winners by 32 points to 22. The othef- game Smart and Brudcrlin v Mutch and D. Dickson, resulted in an easy win lor Smart and Bruderlin by 33 points to 18. The semi-final of the handicap pairs will be played during the coming two week-ends, and the matches set down are: Steele and Barr v Kingston and Dobbie, Smart and Brudcrlin v Croker and Kinse.v. Both these games should ' be Very evenly contested, and .it,. is difficulty at this juncture , to ptekfiWlio- may bzi tlii; finalists. V ; ? :j ; 1 \ - i ?: 't; . - j ! . ' ;? Ji ?? 1 - . ? ?? ...' .; Considering . that,., the .weather, y.-rj.^ , somewhat on the bleak side, there. was | a- satisfactory - attend...

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 29 July 1946

? DONT 1 When production catches up with demand you'll get one iwice as good for half the money. Needless buying on a limited market forces prices upward. Put that money into Savings Certificates now and have an instantly negotiable, interest en riched supply of money for later on. Buy and hold SAVINGS CERTIFICATES and 6d! SaVIKCS : ' CERTIFICATE ''StAhi'S ADVERTISERS are intently request ed to' lodge their 'Jcopy' ejjWy 1 Before 1 olclock on the day preceding publi cation. w'hen it is convenient' to do so. ? r. . : o. -. -.! - --TO .'LOCAL AND CITY ADVERTISERS' ? ?-v.- ? — . 'COOTAMUNDRA DAILY HERALD' 1 i '.M , { S' j r, ?!' ! I ,s (Established in 1877 - ' ' Is the -Only Newspaper in the' 'Com!ncj;fcjty{' xi'f: Coojamun- dra — the largest town in the Stats Electorate of Temora. It is the news and advertising medium for the surround ing centres of Wallendbeen, Stockinbingal, Bethungra, and sf Muttama, all 'within a radius of 12 to 15 miles, and circulates p over a wide range of rich...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 29 July 1946

Copy for the I'rt-ss should be in ink — NOT PENCIL.

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RELIGIOUS INSTRUCTION IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 29 July 1946

RELIGIOUS INSTRUCTION IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS .contributed) An liUeiratrd reader lias asked the iollowins; citu'stioiis. and I will do my best to answtv them. j QiK-.sllon 1: You say Christian citi zenship should lr: (aught in our public schools. SfflUK that eighty per cent or Cootamundra's population do not at tend church do you thing the people want religious instruction in public bchooLs? Reply: D.-.;;-:U the low church at tendance in cootamundra our town is a fair sample of other Australian towns ar.d cities. ;t is shown by Com monwealth statistics that the great majority of Australians believe in the nominal if not the actual adheraiicc to some Christian church or de nomination This fact justifies the in ilusion of christian worship and in struction in ihe normal curriculum of the schools conducted by the Educa tion Departments of the several States. i Question 2: Ale you not too idealistic in thinking thai what we teach in our ? public s.-huols will influence world if fairs ami help...

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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CHURCH NOTICES CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 29 July 1946

CHURCH NOTICES CHURCH OF ENGLAND Friday. Auyii; t 2: Choir Practice 7.15; Youth M-.- ting 8. Address by Rev. W. G c.V.mulan,. Christian So-.-iai Order Movement. .Saturday. A-j;;iisl 3: Men's Tea. (j. Address by R'-v W. G. Coughlan. Sunday. Aug::.--. 4, 7th Sunday ,i!'.e Tiinity: Christ Church 8. Hoiy Com munion; Evensong. Preach .n Rev. W. G. C'i'.iihlan. BetlHingra ti.tW. Holy Connr.m: -n; Dudaumaii a, Even song. Monday, a.imui 5: Public Meeting. it. sponsored by People's Educaiion Association Address by Re:v. W. G. Coughlan. 'Tlie Teaching of Religion in Schools.' Rev. A. W. Harj;i-. Rector. PRESEYTERTAN Friday. August 2. Choir Practice o .Sunday, Align t 4: Scots Church. Cootamui.dra. 11. Mr. C. J. Raff; 7.30. Rev. H. Peiiiins; Stockir.biiiga! II Mullama 3. Rev. Harold Perkin-. B..V. Minister. METHODIST Wednesday: Leaders Mee'.i.ig Cootamundra. 7.t:0; eh: i-tian En deavor 7.30. j Friday: Choir Practice j Sunday. August 4. C'otaintindra it j service conduced by Miss ).. ui.'.'\i-;...

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