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LOCAL & GENERAL ABORIGINAL NAMES SOUGHT [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 3 July 1946

LOCAL & GENERAL ABORIGINAL NAMES SOUGHT The Rotary Club lias received a re quest from Past President, Rev. Car los Stretch, rector of St. Paul's Church ol England at West Maitland. for the meaning ami derivations of the undermentioned places which may be or Aborcjlnai origin or named after sunn; town or district overseas or by .-...me -o;»l :ii-iCkr.i or peculiarity. Ann-ill. Haul-jora. Leggan. Prampton. Harden. .Gimtiib;nc:.-al. Maimuru. Mil tale. Redbndge. Stockiiibingal, Te i nandra. Winnljantimba, Weedallion, ! Wirrimali. Mi. Callus has collected the English ' derivat am and nu'aiung of 2.300 places. I Call our reside! s l;eip him by send | inii Mr. II. G. llurrows. secretary, I Rotary Club ol Cootamundra. informa ! tioa on one or tn'av ot I lie places. I

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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PALESTINE WORLD REACTION TAKES A NEW TURN President Truman's Stand [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 3 July 1946

PALESTINE WORLD REACTION TAKES A NEW TURN President Truman's Stand I.ONDON. Wednesday: The worhl reaetinii io the Hritish actitin in P.ile.sline, where ;ui illegal radio, 'The Voice of Israel' — the voice of Hie clandestine Jewish Resistance Movement— Irad renlicd to Prime Alinister Attlec's statement in the House of Commons with a warning that the .Jens are 'ready for the struggle,' and will not give up their arms, has taken a new turn with the announcement |,v President Tru man, in Washington, that the arrest of alleged Jewish terrorists does not affcrt his determination to trans fer 100.000 Jews from Europe to Palestine. President Truman's announce ment. which followed a protest hv tlie Jewish Agency Committee against what it called 'acts of bru tal aggression by the Itritish Go vernment,' was marie during a con ference with the Jewish delegation, to whom lie gave an assurance that lie proposed to push forward with out delay with his transfer proposals. In a subsequent statement ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 3 July 1946

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 3 July 1946

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ATOMIC ENERGY CONTROL Sub-Committee to Draw Plans [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 3 July 1946

ATOMIC ENERGY CONTROL Sub-Committee to Draw Plans NEW YORK, Wcclnt'Minv: HritainJ the United states, nance. I Mexico, and Australia wi.iv luimua by I the cliainnan of the Natiuns'l Atomic Energy Commission ,ur. 3v att) to comprise a Miecini stibioni mittee to plan the 't-otiixi Wori: fav the couti'cl of atomic .'iicinj. : Dr. Evatt said the ?-t'.b-eotnmiUee was being charged \u:|, t|„. respjn sibillty of crmsideriii' all Uie atomic energy policy speeches by del; Bntes. It would al.-o su^c-st the franirworl; cf the ai'iier..'. plan. Auslr.dia holds ti: - mm; or.i.v wluU here dclcKiite is .scrvi:i^ as chnirman under the motithl'.* rot;i!ir-n plan, and will Le leplacrd bv Hiazil when tlu lirst !:in:iii.v pcri m expires. I The Uniied Stat.-s .spokesman ex-| plained th it the Mib-eummillce waulJ not vote mi any final |-|.m. it wjuUI merely il»fiir- differences in view points. He predicted that any dis agreements between Russia and the U.S. would be ar;;ued at a full sc.isi .nl of the Com...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 3 July 1946

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TENNIS [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 3 July 1946

TENNIS The Railways' Institute Tennis club annual meeting will be held- in the Railway Institute next Friday-., night, at 8.

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SOUTH WESTERN STOCK [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 3 July 1946

SOUTH WESTEIi.V STOCK Supplies of .sheep and iamb ; at the Komebtish auctions on Mcnna-. totalled io.G94. rind 2G30 cattle were yarded Prime sheep and lamb.'- were 1 to 1 -5 dearer, and values for descrip- tion were firm. A firm market wps experjenjcd for cattle. Steele. W. Spring. Bribbaree. securn. t; steers to ns 4 , &vg. £12 12 8: 3 CO-.-., and lieif to £11 II . avg. £10 14 4. 3 yea:l tngs to £11 14 . .a vs. £50 4: 1 bull, 18 5: H. Bas.s. Grawlin Pin::..'-. 70 lambs to 'i~ 10. avg. 34/2; 27 -'.u-s to 37 6. avg. 34 a; . 1.5. sored lambs and hotels. ?ib li I

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THE BIG TENNIS Brown Cheerful as to Drobny [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 3 July 1946

THE BIG TENNIS Brown Cheerful as to Drobny LONDON, Wednesday; 'Even If I don't win, I will at least make Drobny take his pullover off I' said the Aus tralian, Geoff 'Brown, commenting on his prospects on the eve of the semi final against the Czech. The 22-year-ofd Australian today meets Drobny, who' is now : favorite for the Wimbledon Crown. The 'other semi-final Is between Tom Brown, of America, and the Frenchman. Petra. Brown and Palls yesterday defeated thc Frenchmen. Pellizza and Belelll. and entered thc seini-flnals of tin men's doubles.

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"BOMBS AWAY!" [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 3 July 1946

'BOMBS AWAY Of those fearsome lliiiiss atomic liomhs, the one let so Inst Mciul.n 11 1 Jtikini tvas comparatively miltl in lite rffrc-t. Tin- hliist was rerorilril ;is lcai-hing lO.COll feet, with a dia'nii'ter of l-'.KOO. I'revini-lv recorded were those :tt .Mexico, when the liciulit reachrti was 4I.0M: Hiroshima. I;VJII: Nagasaki, i;0,0::i). The release of energy at H'kini was figured as lite equivalent of ?'O.iinn tolls of T.S.T.. re cording to the most vivid description we'-Have read. so far. of the w.irld ' waited' explosion— written - by Willii'in Laurence, a nelcd science writer for the 'New York Times,' who observed it from, the Press .ship Appalachian, IS miles away. : 'If was an awesome, spine-chilling, bloodcurdling spectacle,' lie said; 'a fiery, boiling super-volcano struggling skywards, and: belching en crmcus masses of iridescent flames and smoker -and giant rings of rain bow cclttrs.''AS'tlie bom!) burst, 'it w.ts-j like watching the In'rih and death, of . a star. Th...

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BOXING [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 3 July 1946

BOXING \Villie ('Fooey') Fcnnell. well-known radio comcdian, and a nephew of Mr. Harry Tie. of Cootamundra. will be here on a visit tomorrow, and will ap pear at the opening of the boxing at the Town Hall tomorrow night. He is m Ills way to Melbourne. 'MISSING' TEST HALF Found in Hospital BRISBANE. Wednesday: While Rugby League officials were searching for ^'Australia's' Test '? jh§U,'t ; Johnny Grip^, lie, was -lying iji'tbe^atf Ipswich. Grice Is suffering from Influenza, -but. is Gxpectcd to recover for Saturdays Test. ' ' ' A'ftW 'list* ' Saturdays ? ? -Inter-Stale game ? i Grice . ? returned . to . Ipswich to visit: his parents,.. .He developed , in flusnza' andJasked hls; brother to co:i tactutlie- league ^officlalsi; ... ?? Hisi brother forgot, -andi{.-) .officials did' not; know where, to, find him.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 3 July 1946

FOOEY FENNELL APPEARING ON TIIE STAQE TOMORROW NIGHT, AT WAR MEMORIAL FUND PICTURE NIGHT Tickets obtainable fjrom Cohen's, Meagher's, and all Sporting Bodies.

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RANDWICK WEIGHTS FOR SATURDAY And Post Positions [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 3 July 1946

' RANDWICK WEIGHTS FOR SATURDAY And Post Positions The following are the weights and post positions for Saturday's Rand wick meeting; — ' JULY JUVENILE.— G Furlongs ami 13 j Yard At 1 p.m. Photinia 1 12) 9 0 Clair, de Ltine November (8) 7 10 (B) 8 5 Fleeting Lady Eva (1) 8 3 Giimpsc Beautiful (10) 7 9 (7) 8 3 Veneer il4) 7 9 Glorify (11) 8 1 Krasnoi ? 15) 7 7 Lady Game Gay Fly (13) 7 4 1 (3) 8 0 Monl Koura Godara (lGi 3 t' (2) 7 0 Foolfox (5) 8 0 Rayolite (9) 7 0 Tact (4) 7 12 THREE-YEAR-OLD ENCOURAGE, — 1 Miles and 19 Yards At 1.35 p.m. Edinburgh Gay Style (3) 7 8 (9) 9 0 Tyche (5) 7 6 Mt. Howitt Brazen (2i 8 12 Hero (li 7 4 New Cash- Excellency mere il8) 8 10 ( 16) 7 4 War Loan (6) 8 5 King Spa Skymastcr (15) 7 4 - lo* - 8 4 Mount Hope Gold Medal- (11) 7 2 list (4) 8 1 Dark Ro Thrums il4i 3 1 mance (13) 7 2 Franjcan Tregazza ( 12 i 7 13 (10i 7 2 St. Buzz (7i 7 11 Kiloobee Monsoon (8) 7 10 (20) 7 0 Mldlander (17) 7 9 JULY NURSERY HANDICAP.— f. Furlongs and 13 Yards At 2.10 p.m. Luc...

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A.B.C. May Have Sponsored Programmes [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 3 July 1946

A.B.C. May Have Sponsored Programmes CANBERRA. Wednesday: If the | Federal Government accept., a i ro- ' po.'.al by the ParlianKntan l-.roiul-j casting Committee. the Australian' Broadcasting commission will Viej with B class commercial stations tor broadcasting advertising. j [ The committee, in a majority ie-i commendation, urges that the A'lt.c j be authorised to introduce sp insoiv.! j programmes over its alternative nct-i work. An increase of about £20U.i)u0| annually in A.B.C. revenue is pro- 1 pc.H'd. Another committee recommendation i nsks thru the Cominissoln be alhuatedj uu additional 3 from license fees. ,

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FOOTBALL FIRST-GRADE TEAM FOR SUNDAY [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 3 July 1946

FOOTBALL FIRST-GRADE TEAM FOR SUNDAY With Rus Cohen away on holidays and unavailable for Sunday, Noel Lloyd will play hall' for Cootamundra at Tumul on Sunday, and Tiiackeray, who played well for the reserves against Gundagai on Sunday, has been brought Into thc side as centre. The team is: Wall, Crowe, Thackeray. McDonnell, Gehrig, Rogers, Lloyd. Bell. Ball, Greig, Mulrooney, Broughton, Glan vllle. Reserves: VV. Glanville. F. Ryan. The bus will leave Cootamundra at 10 sharp. The former Maher Cup player, 'Bluey' McDowell, has returned toi Young. THIRD GRADE LEADERS TO MEET The De La Saile Old Boys and the Waratahs, joint leaders in the third grade competition, will meet on Fish er Park on Sunday next.

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END OF SYDNEY WATERFRONT STRIKE [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 3 July 1946

END OF SYDNEY WATERFRONT STRIKE SYDNEY. Wednesday: Tile work on the Sydney waterfront reverted to normal yesterday when, in accordance with a direction by Judge O'Mara in the Federal Arbitration court, action I was taken to end the lockout of ships' painters and dockers. After work was resumed yesterday! morning at the Poole and Steele ship yards, where a strike developed some weeks ago over the roster system of engaging labor, ,tii-- secretary of the Painters and poors' . Union- (Mr. Gordon) said the company had en gaged an additional 20 men through a union roster. The secretary of the Metal Trades Employers' Association (Mr. d. Fowl er) said employers had : observed the oi-cler of the court, and had re engaged their men.

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GOLF [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 3 July 1946

GOLF Cootamundra golfers visited Coolac on Sunday last, 'and were successful against the local team. Matches resulted : Vincent and Dunn ( Coolac) lost to Rowe and Williams. 4 and 3. Parry and Oliver lost ? to Dryer and : Colmer. 2 and 1. i Attwocd and Smith lost to Williams i and Doidge. 4 and 3. I Sullivan and West defeated iDundas and Johnson. 3 and 2. . Ritchie and Hitchcns lost to Leahy and Stratton, 2 and 1. Vincent lost to Mendham, 2 and 1. Associates Mrs. Howard defeated Mrs. Hulford. 4 and 3. Mrs. Hlchens lost to Mrs. Sexton. 2 down. Mrs. Ritchie defeated Mrs. ? Mark I ham. 5 and 3. I Mrs. West lost to Dr. Brown. G and 5. Mrs. Oliver defeated Miss Sutton, 2 up.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 3 July 1946

PROFESSIONAL* J. &? K. A. SPEIllS. Optometrists'' R. A; SPEIRS, F.I.O., Hons., Sydney uonsulltttlons: Thursdays 2. p.m w 5 p.m. Fridays 9 a.m. to 3 'p.m. Of fice open every day for adjustments and appointments Phone. Coo'iumir.ora 185; foi ap pointment. Office in Austral Cham bers. open Monday to Friday,' 9 to 5; Saturday. 9 to 12 lot adjustments and replacement-*!. 1 6 i *. K\ \ *X*Q ^XSr\iV^V 'Cootomundra Daily Herald' WEDNESDAY. JULY 3. 1!)10. i

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VON NIDA Leads Open Field [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 3 July 1946

V0NNIDA: r i /v . ' ' I ; ? ! 4 . ' Leads OpenfFieM :. , LONDON, j Wednesday: ' ' .N&rniar. I von Nida led the field after' the' tv.'bj qualifying rounds for 'tlv/ ' ' British Open Golf Championship.' His aggregate 6f t45 '; 'was : tlireoj strokes better than his nearest oppon ent. ' ' : ' 1 - -J ?? - .-til The :chahipi'onship proper,' in which! '100 will play, cominsi'CL'i tomorrow.

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AIR AND 'BUS SERVICES To Feed Railways [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 3 July 1946

AIR AND 'BUS SERVICES To Feed Railways I SYDNEY. Wednesday: The chair man of the N.S W. Parliamentary La bor Party. Mr. Cahill. today urged | the introduction of a network of air ( ?services and reedrr 'buses to link up' with trunk railway lines and rural j centres. I Air and road feeder services. re- 1 plating the present snai!-;r,:e sub- 1 sidiarv rail links, were part and parcel! or inevitable progress which the! Transport Department must face in! regard to the State's trnnsimri -v.-. 1 torn. - Mr. cahill has submitted his views to the Minister for Transport 'Mr. O'Sullivani in support of the applica tion by C- R- Hohnburg to extend a 'bus service from Parkcs and Grenfell to Young and Harden.

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