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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 1 August 1946

COMFORT IsJ t6J Parker Bt. 'Phnne: 104. I THE 'ODDMENT SALE' IS STILL ON

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 1 August 1946

J ' 1 ' i-% i H't* i'rt'ss -lumltl l)i' I i- inL..\ii| l'| N- | I.. j ; M Service Thesg Ms j ! Really COMPLETE! | Among the activities of tho twxz-: J,;.- Land and | Finance Coy. ore the follov/nvj ?- :v. --j: I SALE of V/ool, Sheep, Ca;:]e, Tlir., Ta'.Icv/, Ban?*, Hides. FINANCE ACCOMMODATION. A.ivan-«s on liens on Wool, Mortgages on Steer. cr r'rcj.c-ny, l-:ci-iuce in Store, c-U\ STATION SUPPLIES of a!! kinds, ir.cludiiig meter vehlclc-a, purchased. (Finance arranged i: desired.) PROPERTY CONTROL. Tno Management, Sale, Furchaso cr ' Loasf,*-&! -Pj??psrft»s;- Agistment 6 bo aw.'-.riged. ? Personal Services and Insurance also efficiently handled. When you team up with :he Australian, Mercantile, Land & Finance Coy. you don't need !o send anywhere else for anything — and you are sure cl the maximum price for everything sold, as well as the meat economical ccst for everything purchased through the extensive A.M.L. 6 F. facilities. Get in touch, now with Australian, F/I...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 1 August 1946

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 1 August 1946

PROFESSIONAL J. & R. A. SPEIRS Optometrists AUSTRAL CHAMBERS J1R. It. A. SI'KinS, F.I.O. Hon. (Syd.) CONSULTATIONS: Thursdays. 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. Fridays. 9 a.m. to 3 .p.m. Office open Mdndny to Saturday for adjustments and replacements. ?phone. Cootamundra 185, for ap pointments. pc- -fVW^ 1 MV 'Cootamundra Daily Herald' THURSDAY. AUGUST 1. 1UIG.

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OVERSEAS NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 1 August 1946

NKVVS ! - . , i s.i'ws in t'ils newspaper is | , ' , , . /.thtialiun Associated ' : ;.,.r(5 include in England The ' ])::!-? Tcli'graph. Daily Mail. I 1 ! li.iily Express, Manchest I ..n h'''ter's World Service. I'1 l ' , , of Great tsrituln. | A Telegraph Agency; and '-hi: New York Times, j 1 . :']-ibii!ic. Associated Press, and . . American Newspaper Alli .M itit-r from the London '][' ,, not express that news v, unless so slated.

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GOLF OPEN TOURNAMENT THIS SATURDAY AND SUNDAY [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 1 August 1946

GOLF ? w. ? OPEN TOURNAMENT THIS, SATURDAY AND SUNDAY Preliminary entries received give all the .evidence and assurance required to make the forthcoming tournament both a social and financial success. Nor are the committee concerned at the present conditions of tlie weather, for! in this all-weather sport there are, few who fall out or in .over some few points of rain. The course itself is In perfect condition, and with the tie-up rule still applying throughout the tournament, some excellent golf will be had by all who contest. There arc a few mem bers who have not yet handed in their entry forms, so rather than have to say later that they were sorry they missed out on the brightest and biggest event of the year, hand In those en tries to the secretary or one of the match committee right away. Tlie special tournament . committee will comprise Mrs. S:xton, Messrs Meale, Cnllander. Ward, H. Pinkston.e and Collins, and D0ldg0'.;nnd Mytch, match committee. - . . Twenty entries have been...

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RAILWAY ENGINES To Become Oil Burners [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 1 August 1946

I RAILWAY ENGINES To Become Oil Burners SYDNEY, Thursday: IScvaitse of; tlie serious position cnnlroiithut ill' N'.S.W. Railways from tilt' viewpoint ] of coal supplies, the Railway Coni-ni-- ; ?doner 1 Mr. Hartigam announced i o- J day thai it had been decided to tor.-, vert 100 goods locomotives :o oil ' burners. J I: is anticipated that the first loco-' motive to change to oil will In- ready | about tile middle of September, aftrr! which tlie other locomotives will be | n:tid with the necessary equipment at :iic rate of five per week. I

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FINAL TRACK GALLOPS Chantilly's 49 Secs. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 1 August 1946

FINAL TRACK GALLOPS Chantilly's 49 Sees. SYDNEY, Thursday: Blanmar, who I will run in the Welter Handicap at I Mnnrr'-;. on Saturday, sprinted I smartly over three' furlongs' in 38 sees. I Turn Acaln, witli Excellency for a I companion, covered six In. 1.171.' At Randwick' Chantilly left half a mile behind in 49 sees, j Strauss galloped the - same distance in 50 sees. 1 '' /?/ Active Service sprinted five in 1.81. At Victoria Park Grand City and John Halifax, each recorded ,50 seci. fcr separate . half rmlles.'

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 1 August 1946

Country br.-ns.l. '^ates, who were in Svin«* ? ?-' the recent Red Cr*:, leave for visiU to thy K.th A.O.H. and Lady Cowrie C(iiiv.i|t,.'^'i,t Home at Cordon.

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GREYHOUND RACING Record Nominations [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 1 August 1946

GREYHOUND ! RACING Record Nominations . The Cootamundra coursing club has received record nominations for its meeting on Fisher Park on Saturday afternoon. There are 11 races, aud some dogs had to be deleted altogeth er. The first race will start at 2.30 pni. sharp, and dog owners are requested to help the committee and officials by being there with -their dogs at 1.45. The following, are thefields: Novice Stake, '' 500 '«yiu-ds. 7th grade: Alman Lad, Sweet Comet, Tune's Gift Clare's Hope. Junior, Mlnda Oinge. Rocky Vale, British Malt. SWEET COMET. 1. CLARE'S HOPE 2 Novice Stake, 500 yards, 6th grad?. 2nd heat: Duke comrade, Swlfty Lyn. Kirk Bells, Lady' Rlon, Keen Mlnda. Kentucky Jean,! Tumut Mlnda, Speed- 'Silver. KIRK BELLS 1, K. JEAN 2 Novice Stake, 500 yards, 6th grade. 1st heat: Ikey Isaacs, Radiant Mac. Pat's Last, Royal Clayton, The Keg. Golden Double, Moralist, Evening Walk. ROYAL CLAYTON 1, E. WALK 2 Novice Stake. 500 yards, 5th' grade: Last Shadow, Jerrinda, Bronga King. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 1 August 1946

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TENNIS SUNDAY'S TOURNAMENT [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 1 August 1946

TENNIS SUNDAY'S TOURNAMENT Tlie tournament in aid of the Sports I Queen ? to be held on Sunday next, I promises still to be a big success if only I tlie rain and wind will be good I enough to confine their efforts to the I open paddocks for a few 'days, and give the tennis courts 'a chance to dry out. The following players will commence Play at 9.30 a.m., at the . Railway courts: r. Willis and M'lss Barnett, K. Klmbert and Miss N. Manwaring, K. Flynn and Mrs. Goodall, Keogh and Miss Scamp,' Whiteley and Mrs. M Hanlon, Mr. and Mrs. Gill, R. Man waring and Miss N. Ryan, K. Manwar ing and Miss Hulford, M. F. Man waring and Miss Mammatt, S. Vincent and Mrs. Taylor, J. Corby and Miss D. Johnson, G. Brown and Miss. P. At kins. ! The following players will com | mcnce play at- the Catholic Courts at 10.45 a.m.: T. Barrett and Mrs. Rlnkln, Bretoli and Mrs. Pettiford,,.Duff and Mrs. Lloyd, Mr. and Mrs. Boland, Davis and Mrs. Le Breton. O'Malley and Mrs. Tucker, Athol Manwaring | and Miss E. ...

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LIFE FOR BOYD SINCLAIR [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 1 August 1946

LIFE FOR BOYD SINCLAIR SYDNKY. Thursday: A Criminal 1 Court itiry. yesterday afternoon, touudj Boyd Sinclair guilty ot having mur-| dcrcd Joiin Smillie. a taxi driver, at j Fleiuingtnn in September. Tlie jury took only one hour to reach it', decision, and Sinclair was sentenced to life imprisonment. Sinclair was only 18 when tlie mur der was committed, and consequently il was not necessary for tlie judg*.1 to impose sentence of death. Sinclair had been detained 111 vers in an asylum for the criminally in sane. mid His case was cixmcd as a result of strong representations by Mrs. L. Fowler. M.L.A. Sinclair had pleaded not guilty.

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FIRST AUSTRALIAN-BORN GOVERNOR Greetings in Sydney [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 1 August 1946

(FIRST AUSTRALIAN BORN GOVERNOR Greetings in Sydney SYDNEY. Thurs-.'ny: The tlnind.-r of a n-ium .-:alute eehoi1:! acrass Sydney Harbor this moriiitii; a:; !lv N.S.W. first Australian-born Gover nor. Lii'tit. -General Sir Jolm North call. came ashore from H.M AS. Arunta for ceremonies which precrt^d him being sworn in at Government House at noon. Tlie vice-regal party, which included Mr.-. Nortiicott and 'daughter El'vui j b:th. tr.'ivell:d from Melbourne in tin s Anmtn. which dropped anchor ill I A:hoi at 9 a.m. exactly, j Il.A.A.l'. formations roared overhead ' as II:? new Governor, landed front hi* iaun.h at Man-o'-War Slep; at 1H45. to be greeted by the Pr:-mi:r -M-'- Mr-Kcll'. Sir John was loudly chnoretl aUns the rjti'.e cl tl.o processiDn over vliich I lie and Mrs. Ncrthcott were -scan::! by nrjaiited police and army aim j police rnni.ir eycilsts. I Scouts. Clui'.ie.s. and Navy Le:i;;u'' Cadets lir.cd tils avenue near Govern ment House, wl'.sro the Lieut. Gei' ernor and Lady ...

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DUKE GOING HOME Councillor of State in King's Absence [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 1 August 1946

DUKE GOING HOME Councillor of State in King's Absence CAKHF-RHA. Wednesday: Tii-j Governor-Genera! nhe Duke of Cil :u ecsten will leave A'istnilia Hi n''.t:-n to Enylaiul towards th' cud u Janu ary next. The Prime Miimt'T i,Mr. Ciiitleyij annoumed las: niyht that this would : be done at. the request of the King.! .so that th: Duk? may see His Majesty! before ne le.ivi.-, for South Alric-a. and.j during the Kiny'.s abscnc:*. titt :..s CGimeiHor of State. Mr. chifley sai.! that when the uiiKc ot Gloucester was appointcci j Governor-General of Australia, it was! understood that hi;; tenure of office wculd be approximately two years. He I would have held office for two years on Januury 30 nest. 'Mr. Cliiiley .said the Duke had hoped to remain in Australia for I further period extending ov-'r swac J months after that date.

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GOULBURN POISONING INQUEST Open Verdict Returned [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 1 August 1946

GOULBURN POISONING INQUEST .Open Verdict Returned GOULBUKN'. Thursday: Aiie^r. tiuns that Gloria Emcrton, is. wiiei: askwi by the police if e.nyone would want to poison her, replied. 'Only Ormlry or Mum.' were made in ;'»? conmcr's court by Uetccilve-Si-i. Hin I The (Orcncr returned an open fiiid inf.-. The eoroncr was inquirim; into tn; death r,l Audrey Cameron. 20. of Goul burn. at her home on May 25, a tew minutis al'ei slie had taken a head ache powder which she had tun'. owed troin the h.indtiai; of her jjiii fn-'ir.l. Gl'iria Kmertoti. Gloria calls her Hrandmotiu r. who ?.caro'.i lu-r. Mum.' liiena. accorcuiif; 10 me p»i:e. .saici ;he l'.m'. : 111 h--r grnndmoliier b:int in a 1111 of priir-on from tiie bedroom, and say. ' I d outer plan: it. The lichee mii'.ht think I hau .i-;ncih:ni; to do '.villi Audrey's death.' Det.-bgt Hind .said that Mrs. Euier lon -lesr:ilji(i ilie staleinent as 'wicked li: . ,' and added thai Gloria had never mi-v.-onductcd herself v.i:l: boys Site 1 o...

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THE CURSE OF HITLER [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 1 August 1946

I THE CURSE OF I HITLER LONDON. Tlmr.'xkiy: The Bvitisli novernmt'iit riet-.-rmincd tu hrir.^ tliose rcs)x)iisi'.ilv mr Hks Kins Daviti I!ut.'l outran ? ?.!- . utuH. saici the Lord t'resideni cf ;iv t' auicii. Sir Her'ne.! Mot'i'ison. 11; m.- huii-H' (if Commons. | tUtrinn tin- tit'baif. -Tht f-nr.,. Hiiler i.s not y-'J wholly vrmo.w1 S:.;rtc oi' his vict i:*»s ! fltM inu tiuin I. carried with I the i'(rni- df very piaym-s froni' which . j 1 1 l, ] 1 * proivction.' | Sir Hi'Mjii; Mt;nvon revealed thai thi» romtnif !i-.» / ? »;„. «...i .... i erican { .'ipcrt^ (in-.v up a plan for i:ie inii-tiiion oi Piilfstmo into four mvh.s. incItKlinj: 'n:v Jewish and one Ar.;i-, lie .said the fuUiim-*iH of the plan cle pcinird on Ameri.-iin co-operation which, he ii'.jx'd, would he forthtom- j _ . . I

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BOWLS [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 1 August 1946

BOWLS A Cootamundru entry in the Aus-| trallan championship Fours, has been acknowledged by Mr. John P. Monro, urrolarii nf thn Vlftorian BOWllng Association, who writes: 'I spent my boyhood days at cootamundra from 1888 to 1896.' He desires to be remembered to ur.y of his old friends who are still in th2 community. The -Australian Bowling carnival will be held in Melbourne from Dj- j comber 26 to January 7, and Coota- 1 mundra will be represented by E. H.! Williams. G. A. Bruderlin, N. Pink stone, and E. Ainsworth.

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RANDWICK MONDAY'S ACCEPTORS TELLERS' HANDICAP.—6 Furlongs and 19 Yards (For Three-Year-Old Fillies.) At 12.45 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 1 August 1946

RANDWICK MONDAY'S ACCEPTORS TELLERS' HANDICAP. 6 Furlongs and 19 Yards (For Three-Year-old Fillies.) At 12.45 p.m. , Gold Taj (15) ? 9 3 November (14) ? 8 J Morning Glory (5) ? 8 4 Beautiful (13) ? 7 12 Greta Grey (8) ? 1 0 Murmur ? ? 7 8 Scorn (10) ? 7 7 Timoana ? ? 7 7 FVlblna ? ? 77 Duotctra (6) ? 7 8 Silver Damsel ill) ? 7 4 Vagitus ? ? 7 4 Lady Game (9) ? 7 3 Gay Fly (3i ? 73 Merry Lyn (2i ? 7 0 NOVICE HANDICAP.— U Miles and 25 Yards First Division Al 1.15 p.m. . ... on Torment ? ? J ' Franjean ? ? 8 7 Cliatster (15) ? 8 4 Cape Neddlck (10) ? 8 1 Drummer Boy - 14) ? 8 0 Frustrate (9) ? 7 12 Monsoon (4 * ? 7 11 Bronze Knight (6) ? 7 9 Cherokee Lad (13) ? 7 9 Cathedra ' 8 - . . ? 7 8 McKechnie (3i .. .. .. .. . 7 8 I V«,„„.III, .7. '70 Delano - 1 ) ? 7 8 Mount Hops- i2- ? 7 3 Royal Duke -12) ? 7 3 Tregazza (11' ? 7 0 STAFF HANDICAP.— 7 Fnrlongs and 24 Yards (For Three- Year-Old Colts and Geldings) At l-ri0 p.m. Tynodale (lai ? 8 13 &an of Persia (16) ? 8 10 Royal Spirit (...

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BOXING CHAMPIONSHIP BELTS TO BE CONTESTED [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 1 August 1946

, i BOXING CHAMPIONSHIP BELTS TO BE CONTESTED Three cham'pionsnip bouts and 44 rounds of what promises to be fast and furious slugging, intermixed with science, will be the programme at the boxing in aid of the Cootamundra Dis trict Hospital on Thursday, August 15, in the town hall. The welterweight Utle belt, which is an additional crown to be put into competition by the promoters, will be contested for by Jack Butler, of Coota mundra, and 'Curly' Davis, of Har den (former Police Boys' Club cham pion). Don ' Starr', ' present holder of the lightweight title, has 'Tiger' Burrows, of Temora, to contend with. 'Tiger' is till set to wrench the' MtJle from Don, and has .hopes of a k.o. For the featherweight crown, our local Idol. Jimmy Hartas (present holder), has accepted Peter Vesper maivs challenge for the belt. Both boys are in steady training and this contest, judging from gym. workouts, should be fairly evenly matched. Many' followers of the featherweight champ, are confident that...

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