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TENNIS [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 30 July 1946
TENNIS Country Club No. 2 v Town No. 1: Nicholls and Conkey v Ison and Davis, j 6-4; v McLaughlin and Quinton, 3-6; Richards and Friend v Ison and Da vis, | 4-0; v McLaughlin and Quinton, 6-4;' Mesdames Collins and Conkey v Mrs.) Hugo and Miss Mutch, 6-0; Nicholls' and Mrs. Collins v Ison and Miss Mutch, 2-6; Conkey and Mrs. Conkey j v Davis and -Mrs. Hugo, 3-6; Friend' and Mrs. Collins v McLaughlin and Miss Mutch, fl-i; Richards and Mrs. Conkey v Quinton and Mrs. Hugo 4-6 Country club No. 2 won by 40 games to 39. The qualifying teams for the semi finals, to be played next Saturday ?August 3). are as follows; Home team first-mentioned: Coun try Club No. 1 v Country club No Town No. 1 v Muttama. The winners of these two matches will play off in the final the following i week-end .August 10) on a neutl.a^ I court, to be notified at a later date.
GOULBURN AS WOOL CENTRE [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 30 July 1946
GOlII.Bt'RN AS WOOL CENTRE . Goulburn had become an established wool .selling centre, and its record o\cr a number ol years proved Ibnt its claims for recognition were Justified, declared Mr. Ray Biadweh. manager of Farmers and urar.iers '-'J'''' ' branch at a conference in Goulburn of ? Farmers and Graziers' agents from all parts of southern N.SAV. Mr. Bladivell said that many peo pie had asked the question. 'How did j Goulburn become an established wool centre?'' The answer to thai was provided by the season's figures, which j .?liowed that although only a .'mail per- J cr ntage of N.SAV. wocl had been handled in Goulburn. every record for | wool. W illi (lend v.onl excluded, was ! held by t lie Goiilbtiin branch. j There had been a .small percentage j of free spinners' wools in New South. Wales, but a large percent a- .;c ol these j had come lrom an area within a CO- j mile radiii.i m C.c.iiburn. ' We do not have heavy rnuntry in | til.-, art. i.' said Mr. Uladv.eil. 'but wc ' I ...
STOCKINBINGAL WIN 26-2 [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 30 July 1946
S'rOC'KINlHNGAL WIN 28-2 | Stocklnbhigal defeated Cootamundra Railway on Sunday by 26 points lo 2. The Railway were outweighed in both backs and forwards. | Railway defended for the biggest part oi the game, but were unlucky not to score several times. The scorers for Stocklnbingal were Galvin 1 2) . Larkin ill. Kerr - 1 ), R. Sedgewick Hi D. Thompson -1| tries, and C. Meilvllle, Kerr, Sedge wick. a»d Thompson, one goal each. T. Manning kicked a goal for the Railway. The Railway will play the Waratalis next Sunday. All Railway players are asked to be at training tonight, Thurs day. and Friday nights. Unbeaten for two years. Bathurst ] district Rugby League team drew 7-7 with Cowra in a challenge match play- 1 ed al Cowra 011 Sunday. | In a typical wet-weather game. West Coast 1 N.Z.i beat the English team bv 17 points to 8. There were scenes of wild enthusiasm at the final whistle. At 110 stage did the visitors look like winning, and on the day Went Coast definitely was superior, a....
"THE AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL" [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 30 July 1946
'THE Al'STRAi.IA.V .lDCItVi' Formerly mi all-fie'.:o:, 'The Australian Journal' },R! intrcduced a Je.iteiiiog faetr.ai material, with cxcei;i.!.'. . ? .1::. Into this category fall two o; t urcs of the August issue--:; ,? ' wrilter. artiBls by Ivan T. .'-:;i;.ri';r-;r,!:. i I I i»: well-known naturalist. ' several years investigatim; the a;K| ' animal lhe of Hie West Indies, and ! Keith Douglas Young's account ut his experiences Willi an Australian 'air- j e:r_'i:s.' oilier hi-jlilighls of ai! ex cellent issuij are stories by Joyce West, : y. H. Courtier. Rex Grayson. Dorothy . Black. Ror.s Annett, and other popu l.ir writers. As u.-.ual, the fiction rang ing in variety from the broadly hum Mr.ii'i to the romantic, caieis for every taste. There arc two very good reasons ' (or tiie journal's vast popularity— the ex- eller.ee of the production and t lie a tonisViii', fact that it can be obtain -d auyv.licro for .sixpence. i
CARRIAGE OF WOOL BY ROAD [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 30 July 1946
CARRIAGE OK WOOL BY ROAD During the period that railway ser vices are curtailed owing to the short age of coal, the Commissioner of Road Transport lists agreed to an easing ol the conditions under which goods may be carried by road. Mr. S. Ick-IIewins, general secretary of the Graziers' As sociation ol N.S.W.. said that, follow ing representations to the Minister, lie been informed that in cases where sui'.a'jie rail transport cannot be ob tained. pui mils under the State Trans port i Coordination) Act. 1931-1945. uiil i,e l. sued exempt from charges un der the /id for the carnage of the -.iUids by load for distances exceeding :iU miles in competition with the rail ways. Any person wislnn^ io use road sei'vi in these circumstanccs should make appiuation lo the nearest motor ic;:i; n lor a permit. The ic;iistry ol ticei'. a.ii-r salisiying him.'.-;; .iK!| stlit tiie 'lahsport of the gocti': i,- rail, will isiue permit on payii:'::t of the !)l'e.-.c;i:i,ii Jei. „f 1 . With regard la t...
FOOTBALL JUNEE DEFEATS TUMUT REFEREE HECKLED AFTER SENDING PLAYERS OFF [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 30 July 1946
FOOTBALL JllNEE DEFEATS TUMUT REFEREE HECKLED AFTER SENDING PLAYERS OFF Describing the Junee-Tumut match ? on Sunday, die Junee 'Southern ! Cross' say.s; The majority of the large j crowd that witnessed the clash between j Junee and the Maher Cup holders. | Tuimit, probably left Willow Park dis-| I Appointed wiih the display. The feeling of those who stayed af ter tiie game sank even lower, when Die referee, Mr. Fisher (of Junee) was subjected to abuse from several of the visiting players and supporters, white j .a number of locals had to more or! less offer him protection from the J official seals to tiie side line, where 1 wiser counsel prevailed, and the inci dent ended, although in the meantime Mr. Fisher had been subjected to an amount of booing obviously from thf ' visitors. ' ' | During the game two Tumut men' were sent olf. and it. was one of these who started the fuss. Such incidents j can very easily lead to all-in brawls. A number of Tumut players and sup porters jumped f...
ILLABO C.W.A. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 30 July 1946
II.I.Allt) C'.W.A. I Mrs. j. M. Hamilton presided over j a very v.Til attemied meeting ol in. | . Jilabo C.V/.A. in the Assofiation - rooms. I A hearty wclcomc was extdi i's. | two new members. Mesdami-s !:.i: : . j and R. Plarris. and a /so to a | mi-inkers who. for vaiious rca.so:i- '? ?'???'' ' been unable to attend mpcnniu :-?! i .'(irai: time. Sympathy was expressed with Mr- ? Chr.ttaway in her bereavement. 'file secretary intimated that a !-?' - 1 tcr lia.i been written ias dircctcc ;. the previous meeting) to tile Jliai. ! Sl'.irf Cottn'jil. protestiny strongly : ti'.c proposed water supply for Uiab'j. | as outlined in a letter which thei branch had received from the couin il. *1 ins .scheme is being followed wi'.li tlii? keenest ji'.terest by flic Ji.'abo braneii. as it was instrumental in ???tartinij it i;oin^ about two years ayo. and i.a.s followed it up at every o.n l.ortunity since. | Debate-* v.ere' appointed (or the Group Council meeuni; at Cootanum dia. and two lesolu...
LOCAL & GENERAL DIESEL TRAINS FOR COUNTRY RAIL SERVICES [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 30 July 1946
LOCAL & GENERAL1 1 DIESEL TRAIN'S I-OIt COUNTRY RAM. SERVICES A £1.415.000 plan to improve country ; rail services by the use of 70-mile an hour diescl trains, rail motors, and rail] motor-trailers, has been announced by ' the Commissioner for Railways, Mr. i Hantaan. Tin- commissioner lias authorised the construction 31 thrcc-car dieselj electric air-conditioned units at an, eiiimaicd cc.-t ol -!''!(), 0(J0, j In addition. 30 i ail motors and -?'- .. ... ? ? ? ? .1 /lioinn iv'Jl nu ior-unne»h '??? i be buii; a: a of i'485.000. I 'The improved .services,' Mr. Har.i j yan iaid. 'w:ii firM be piovldcd in ?country areas vulnerable to comp'ti j lion by oilier moans cl' transport, and ! where she Ir.avy mg'.it mails can be I relieved by cr.c.-'.i:aging daylight travel.' | j Tiw d.dslnti to build diesel tr,'.i:iS| v.a.s influenced by ine l.i'.'t tiiat ;liey| 1 arc ii.dciJ.nd'.'ii: ut -? *al. ! I Although era] was cheap:'!' than - il j j the cost of hauling e '.ai to fame eo'.in ! ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 30 July 1946
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UNDERGROUND BOMB FACTORY Found [?] [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 30 July 1946
UNDERGROUND BOMB FACTO -n incrcaM. o|' Found i year's on?-/ IV JERUSALEM. Pla' -! The uti-' derground works*?' at Tel Aviv whore 'milk cum' bombs w.-re made which wrecked the King Uavici Intel, were fcund by Palestin p.-ij-.,.. :mc| several persons wcr? am ',:--d. , The workshops wre l-tcta* d in the basement cf a house in ?: crowd::! part cf Tel Aviv. Vvi-.-'n p:.la-e mad? a snap raid they liuiui explosives and equipment for the m:i:;:ii,i-.;ure of land mines still in the wur&.hops. I
GUARDING AGAINST DIPHTHERIA [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 30 July 1946
GUARDING AGAINST | nii'iiriiF.niA J ! I! was Clu t-tnms Day, 1801. Happy cliililrni played uitli tin ir new toys, eliunli hells pealed merrily, atul the1 Yiilctirte Ins blazed chcerfully ill Eng lish liiimcs. In fever wards ttirmigh ( III till- wi.rH. litmvvrr. helpless clii!- ' cheii lay tl - i n i; nf diphtheria: the sil l-lil strausler did lint iclax his grip bccause it was Christmas Day. As night fell, ;i dorter si! beside a suffering chilli in a German hcspilal. Dr. Gciss ier had just mid' a daring experi ment. A srienti-t named ISehiing had dcvclr.pcd a serum irnm the blond of a horss infected with (Pphtheriu germs. 1 (Jeis'fer injected this serum into the child's arm, and waited to see what would happen. - 'I here was far more at stake than one child's lift. If the j scrum failed, Bullring would have to continue his experiments. If the eliild lived, science had invented a valuable method of curing diphtheria. The hours passed— and the' sick chilli's condition improved rapidly...
NORTH-WEST FRONTIER Rioting Breaks Out in Indian Province [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 30 July 1946
I NORTH-WEST I FRONTIER f Rioting Breaks Out in £*' Indian Province PESHAWAR, Tuesday; Rioting looting, and arson nr-currcd in the '.i'.v cf Abottabad. which is an important military hill .sin! ion about 2U mile from Nalhia^rdi. which is the sum mer lloaditiartor.. of the north-wes: frontier Government. Two persons were killed and er, i! wounded. Printed and published by William Henry Plnkstone. of 157 Wallei.doon street. Cootaniunrtra, at 'The Coot.i muudia Herald' Printery. UlC Wal-i lend'''' street. Citotainundni '
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 30 July 1946
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RUSSIA Would Not Join Food Council [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 30 July 1946
RUSSIA ] Would Not Join Food j Council LONDON, Tuesday: Food Minis-', r. Strachcy told the Hoilsc of Commons! that the British. American, and Can-i adian Governments in June invi: -ti the Soviet Union to assist in the ! tnbli.shment of an international emergency focd council. 'I regret that the invitation was not accepted.' Mr. Rtrr.choy said thai he would not, overlook the possibility oblaillini;, wheat supplies' from Ilu^ia. ? GERMAN ZONES May be Uniied WASKIKCiTO:-:. Tu--.--d.iv: It u nouncod that accepted in J principle t li«? £-ui propnwU to; join tlii* Uni^.'d Sui'f s /'jiu* u j.'cujxi- ; tion in G^imar.y wi«h *iViy otlior lor the puipcjf ol t!VLi:!r.» the y.^ivs j-.inca as ;*n r» j HITLER'S DEPUTY I Still at Large | TliCrtlay; Amer:?an I; !-:li!;.e.'.. . i/fHt-ers have ii-vealedi ;r IHIi-:'- di-ji-jty. Martin Bov-i wii:) was bL-la.-vfd dead, was iii Mu:.ii.h a week as-). an:l a h:;ii to iicuse searcii is bein;- made A (iLsuruiitletl chaffeur. wham Bor sacli.'d at ,i-r a:i arg...
DR. EVATT Wants Say in Final Peace [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 30 July 1946
DR. EVATT , Wants Say in Final Peace PARIS. Tii'-day: 'The xcvenu-'.'nj nations have us much right to par- 1 ticipat;- in tin- t iimt definite making' of pea.-e a - i-.-i-iubers of the Council of F-rcig:; Miiii-tcrs themselves. I «b; not want ai.. mistake in this regard.' i .. hi me oriei o,ie»i- ' ing of : : ; - - .--.'.sloii of the Peace ference. j 'Dr. Kva--. .-:a:iding ujj as the first! fomiti! iiie-i;ni: of the conference. | moved towa:d.- the close, and broke in' sharplv on a .somewhat somnoba' .scene v.ilii a demand that all nr.ist .share the re.-p:msibihty,' says lite) I.cndon - Daily Mail' correspondent. I I'nder a heading. 'Australia Sl'-akes up Pari.. Talks.' the corre.si-ond;'nt says: -Obviously Dr. Evatt is dcter min?d to cppc.se Russia's idea that all rieiisi'.'ns on the treaties should be by a two-tlii:d.-. majority. There is clear ly going to be a light, if not in pub lie. at least, behind the scenes, foi Dr. Evatt is said to have the stipp'-rt of at least ten delega...