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MOSCOW RADIO Attacks Anglo-American Agreement [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 5 August 1946

MOSCOW RADIO Attacks Anglo- | American Agreement LONDON. Monday; 'The Bri'ish] Govemmvi.t'. ;'i eep'.anee of the prin tiple ol tli ? merger ot r.i ittsit ] and Ameriia;! zones in Germany I I lrcsh prnif {|le Anglo-American I baekst;r,!v enient on the Ciermunl 'int'.iti'iii. ? i.ivl.irod Moscow Radln .'a.st nigbt. It added. -The decision has eom;)li valnl t::i ti' : I.-..U1 problem and under- 1 mined : !k ? ivl.i; inn fot co-oj-eration' between tile V.: . Futtr. Whatever res- j ervaticjii.s iirii;u:i niay have, the -!e-| ci.-ion represents a divergence from' tils Poi.sdam Agreement. For reae- j ticti.i: ii-.s in Britain and America t lie i ( ollap.se el Nazi Germany means j nothing but the elimination ol an :.n- 1 Ik-rial;;, tie rival in the struggle for1 world domination. Today they are in-: tere.-ted in the revival of German monopolies ur- their branches.'

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 5 August 1946

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 5 August 1946

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 5 August 1946

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 5 August 1946

THE PUBLIC TEUSTEE ? Established for tlic I'yli'ie li- n-Vil - n i-,i January, I'M I ? sincr ^ which dale assets t:.t:i!li:is ?; if#. li.ue L--e:i administered I i:s ! EXECUTOR, TF.UST5-, ADMINISTRATOR, j ATTORNEY or AGEKT. j Kull information anil I'itF.K ri'JOKLET may In* nlilainol on , appliealioi to his Agent— the nearest Clerk of Petty Sessions, ' ' M. C. NoU, : 19 O'Connull Street, Public Trustee. (Box 7A, G.P.O.), I Sydney. Haunt] I MARTS I i baking powder ; i always ensures success, when used with any good plain i ? flour. Crusty, light scones, flaky pie-crust and pastry, - ? even textured,- light sponges and cookies are certain J | when you use AUNT MARVS BAKING POWDER. J J Famous for over 70 years! AVAILABLE EVERYWHERE. ' if ! ? ' COUNTRY NEWS in your DAILY Country Pages Day after day, in 'The Sydney Morning Herald', two extra pages are devoted to Country news, sport and features — making the Herald, more than ever, the leading national newspaper for country readers. Don't ...

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GROUP COMPETITION Gundagai Wins 14-5 [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 5 August 1946

GROUP COMPETITION Gundagai Wins 14-5 Gundagai defeated Cootamundra at Gundagai yesterday by 1-1 pjints to 5 in the group competition game. For Cootamundra Boo Uehrig scofcd a try, and Rus Cohen kfcKfti a goal. I For Gundagai Nuttall scored twe j tries, and Tutty kieked four goals, j G. Ball was the pick or the conia-i mundra forwards, while J. Crowe and! R. Cohen were the best or the back.; until the former pulled a muscle. Mr. C. Gardiner refereed. Alter leading for a while. Cootamun- | dra were beaten Ij-7 in tlie reserve grade g?me. i

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DEATH ON EXPRESS Geelong Octogenarian [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 5 August 1946

DEATH ON EXPRESS Geelong Octogenarian The death firctirn-d between Junee and V/agja on Saturday morning of n pasM.-nger on ;!k .Melbourne express, Mr. Ferdinand Cat! K'.irzman. of 3D Albert street. cJcel -r,g -Vie.!, at the age of 3(j vear:. The b-Kly was placet! on the t:ain a' wnuja yvsti rday morn ing fe.i- Oeelotig. wh.-ie bitrial v:lll take place thlv altern'-in. Ihe funeral ar latig'inents at W'agga were carried out by Mr. .J. C. McDonald.

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GROUP COMPETITION POINTSCORE ZONE 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 5 August 1946

GROUP COMPETITION I'OINT SCORE ZONE 2 Tumut ? '-2 . Junee ? , . . 22 Gundagai ? 20 Teniorn ? 13 Cootamundra ? !) ZONE 1 j Young ? 4 . . 23 i Hai'den-Murrumburrali .... 22 Cowra ? 20 Burrowa ? ? 13 Binulong ? (i ' ZONE 3 West Wyalong. 23 poinis. are lead ing from Barmedman. 20. j ' RESERVE GRADE I Gundagai is leading in zone 2 with 21 points', * sid Cowra in same 1 with Z',. I

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DROUGHT RELIEF PAYMENT [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 5 August 1946

DROUGHT RELIEF I PAYMENT The payment of drought lelief to cereal growers who were eligible to par- I tleipale bocause ol tlie failure ot their| crops during tbe l!il5-!t/-:ii season v.'.is! bring started by the Rural Bank, oro-j viding their appbciuk.ns had been sub-! mltted. the Ministi-: tor Agriculture i Mi'. E. H. Graham i ann-aiie. d at tlif , w-;r:k-eiul.' He reminded intending ap-i. plicants that the closing date lor '.e-l i.-iving applications was August 31. audi that early application would tacilitatej examinatiotn aiu: payment of their claims.. The administration of the scheme was in tbe hands of the Rural Pauk. and growers could obtain ap phe, -ion 1'orm.s from local brandies of ;'a bank or from police stations in Iii.- altr-ctcd areas.

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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THIRD GRADE [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 5 August 1946

TIHKI) GltADi: Of the third glade cwnpititiun played at Fisher Park \cMeiilay. Hail way went, down to Wara tails by 31 points to 3. Railway .vert; without Chamberlain, who wa.s t:w:r:i by tile reserve grade l-j Gimcla;i'i. Tlie ab sence of this player considerably weak ened Railway. .Ill the Old Boys v. StoekmbiiiK:'! :it Stockinblngai'. the latter were victor ious by 28 points to 5. The scores by no means were an indication of the l)lay, as the game was hard and !a:;t throughout, and only in tlie last 15 minutes diti Stoekinblngal dominate play. Till 1 1 leu . were 5 nil. but weight had Its toll in the later- stages. The weight ol the Siocklnbingal team would be double thai of the Old Boys, added to the fact that they are much more seasoned players. This team would be more m Hue playing rcsene grade, not third. For Stockinbingiil. Col. and Kcv. Neville were mitM.ir.ditig in the backs while C. laikin am'. K. Sedgwick stood out in the .'nnv.nds: for the Old Boys, i Des Crowe, who vas...

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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ANOTHER REFEREE IN BOTHER! [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 5 August 1946

ANOTIIEIl UKI'lMtKK IN IlOTIIEIt! -Ii is not the pehev of this paper to | castigate relerctv-. ' says tlie Tumut j 'Expres-s.' 'but il Mr. Ibbotson. who! j controlled tlie Maher Cup game against j Young Is No. 2 refeiee in Group 0. tivn ? tile standard is at r- very low ebb - t j tne reierces wa:u re-graunig. t-n-- | the other. Ibbot.son's rulings '.v. r. liani , to follow, and lie allowed the Yo'.ini: ; forwards to i. legally interfere wi'n j Tumut players after they had :=!- of Hie ball and ignored several glaim:;: breaches under his eves. In fact a j giea: game oi lootbali was nearh mar red by incompetent refereeing.' I Mr. Ibbotson lives in Cootamui..':. . ! and formeiiy resided in Tumut. j

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MAHER CUP Cootamundra Third in Draw [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 5 August 1946

MAHER CUP Cootamundra Third in , Draw I Cootnmimclist .scctired third place In ths Mahcr Cup draw, held at the Hotel CootnmuiKlra on Saturday night. There wore only five Saturdays left for Maher cup play, nnd the fortunate clubs were : I August 10: Hurdcn-Murrumburrah. Auijust 17: Gibsonvale. August 24: Cootainuntlra. Aug. 31: Guntlagai. ; September 7: V/cst Wyalong. Mr. E. chandler, president of Group Nine, conducted the draw. |

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NORTH-EAST DROUGHT Acute Water Shortage [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 5 August 1946

NORTH-EAST DROUGHT Acute Water Shortage 1 SYDNEY. Monday: while Heavy snowdrifts still cover a wide area of] the Alps, the north-eastern section of the State is facing a disastrous .drought, ar.d even on the Kuril, coast! water diviners are reported to »r searching for fresh sp:'in;-.-, for stock' and domestic water supplies. Over a wide area m the noith-rsat many properties arc faeiii;; acute wat-ir shortage, and in places water Mr do mestic use is being ;.rld at i'l for iOOD gallons. Reports from Moree dl.itr;.! say that stock losses from the driMCMt are so .severe thai cuiia.-es are biiiVr piled into heaps and burn d.

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TUMUT WIN MAHER CUP [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 5 August 1946

' TUMUT WIN MAHER CUP ! Scoring live points In the last four minutes or the giimo Tumut held the Maher Cup o:i Sauuday when it beat Gibsonvale by 8 |-:iint.s to 2. The match was played on a ground left slippery by weeks of rain, though the w?n ther hud cleared. Gate takings were £65 compared with £155 for the match with Young. Gibsonvale. the heavier team, won most of the scrums, but Tumut reiied on the pace and handling of its bril liant back line. In the final stages the western team tired and Tumm. which had led 3-2 for most ol th.. same, scored the de-j clsive try. j In a ciim|v?titicn match yesterday I Tumut beat Temora by 13 points to j live. I I

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OVERSEAS NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 5 August 1946

OVEUSEAS NKU'S 1 Overseas news in tins newspaper i - supplied by Australian Assoeia'i'1 Press. Sources include in England Ti'.1 Times. Dally 'I'elegraph. D.iilv H|J , Daily Herald. Daily Express, Manrh',l!' cr Guardian. Renter's World Sferv..'' Associated Press of Great Iii i til id Exchange Telegraph Agenej; 1 ?'i In America, the New York T::n- ; Henxid-Tribime, As.-.ociated Press. the North Atnerlean Newspaper A'''i ance. Matter from tbe L»nill'V Titties does not express that ne'.i-'; paper's view unless so stated I

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HARDEN AFTER TWO CUPS TO PLAY TUMUT AND BARMEDMAN [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 5 August 1946

ll.AItDF.N AFI'EK TWO GUI'S TO PLAY TUMUT AND j BARMEDMAN Football history will be made by Ilarden-Munumburnih Rijgby League next Saturday, when it plays for tlie Maher Cup and Weissel Cup on the .same day. Harden ho'.ds the Weissel Cup. Tor which Uatim tlin.in plays nexl Satur. day. j Now Haulm has drawn first game; in the new Mailer Cup challcn.;3 round next Saturday, against Tumut. ? It is almcs: certain that Harden will honor both game? — an historic evcr.t , for any chib iii G:o:ip a— to play it.sj firsts against Tunuit. and reserve teamj against Barmuinnn. | Rumour lias it 'hat former cham pion, Bill Kinnano. wiil make a ctitnc baek and . play with th? reserves, al ready a formidable cobinaiion. Yesterday Harden played Cowra, e.ndj beat the .visitors by 9 to 7 in a hard game. ? The home team now ii in second place to Young. Edgar Newham. Test, player, led Cowra, but was below form, while O'Brien and McGuiness wer? bcttled] tip by the Harden forwards and no', allowed to start a...

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RELEASE DEMANDED Millions of Cigarette Papers in Bond [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 5 August 1946

RELEASE DEMANDED i Millions of Cigarette j Papers in Bond SYDNEY. Monday: The immediate release ot 30.000,000 cigarette pipers held in bond in Sydney by the Da'.ch! authorities was demanded last nigh'. | by a spokesman fen- trades unions and , returned so'.dier organisation.1;. | There is an acijte shortage of cig arette papers in South Wales, and | last night the Dtttfctor-Genera! of Public Health iDr^^raham Drew i re peated his warning' that most sub stitute pa]-ers were injurious. The secretary cf the Parliamentary Labor Party (Mr. R. A. King) said it was not right to have large quantities of papers stored when there was such a shortage. The State preskl-ent of the R.S.L. (Mr. K. Boltcnl sa.d that the 30.000.000 papers should be scld no matter who' owned them. Servicemen, he said,! were not getting :lieir tjiiotn . j A manufae'.ii;:-..;' spokesman' yester-j day rel'ustd to c: mment on the report. The papers are packed in 500.000 1 boo;:s. encii ;:.-nliiining 50 papers. Tbeyj aiv ...

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WEISSEL CUP [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 5 August 1946

WEISSEL CUP . West Wyalong forfeited their Weissel Cup game to Harden-Murrumbunah on Saturday. '

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YOUTH ON ALL-NIGHT SKI-ING TRIP [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 5 August 1946

YOUTH ON ALL-NIGHT SKI-1NG TRIP SYDNEY, Monday: Unaware that his tatliue to return ;o his hotel at Adammaby yesterday ;,t'.cr lie had let: to try sia-Ing in dei-p snow outstctej the town had aroused alarm for his sale*,;., ar.fi y.l in motion a witU'.ipreatl search, an lil-year-cla youth arrived at Kiaiuiia r|-,i-. morning. He had yiti- ? ied all ni^ht — defying the drop In1 leiiiix-va'.aie to eight decrees be! uc frer'/n'.v, , point — to cov: ;? : 1 ; r jauiv.ey.

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KING DAVID HOTEL All Bodies Recovered [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 5 August 1946

KING DAVID HOTEL All Bodies Recovered JERUSALEM. Monday: It is ol iicially revealed that all the both--;; have been recovered from the ruins of the King David Hotel. Itubbb has been eleared, and all the missing ac counted for. The total killed is 91, and 45 are still in hospital.

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