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JAP FOREIGN OFFICE Knew All About Plans [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 5 August 1946

JAP FOREIGN OFFICE Knew All About Plans TOKiO. Monday; Documents fn.m Japan's Foreign Office, submitted ir Hie fnternntional Tribunal, wliieh i? trying majur war crimes suspects, 'x plfid-' the carefully preserved tietion tiiat. the Foreign Office was innocent ly ignorant uf the militarist;.' imperial istic plans.

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

COPIKS OF THE 'COOTAMUNDRA DAILY HERALD' I M.\ V IIS OBTAIN!-!) 1'ltOM THE FOLLOWING ,\c; i:nts : Ciiiitamundia — H. Et'.in, Walleiulixii'i Street. J. Miillins. Parker Street. Cosy Corner Cafe. No. li. Parker 31 V. Leggc, Parker Street. Scrivener Bros;., Walletidoon St. Stflckinbiiig.il — S. J. H. Wilbers. Wallemlbeen — I W. J. PlllllHV I A. D. Define llctlmngni — Frank Dillon I 1. 1 ll I ium l ??mm MI—I HI— i WWHII H»H'

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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MEDIUM POWERS Will Continue Conference Fight [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 5 August 1946

MEDIUM POWERS j Will Continue Conference Fight PARIS, Monday: Tin: medium ptiwers' struggle to get tli? Paris Con- j terence organised more liberally o: 'more democratically'- is certain to be lgain waged with new intensity today. The group is not downcast by its tent on Saturday. 'It was a gcuct light.' declared Dr. Evatt afterwards He and others are reserving their ivrnvier arguments against the voting itties. against which they object nios'. strongly, but whether ihsy can pivvaii is highly doubtful. The medium pow ers want a simple majority rule, whereas the Big Four is in favor of a two-thirds majority. Tlie United States Secretary o/ State. Mr. Byrnes, said that tho con fert nee was making exrcUent progrot-s, and the small nations were getting r:al cpjjar! unity to express their views.

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

BOWLS The standard cf bowls was asahij generally high over the week-end pl.i;- j it being obvious that all member, .'iiv preparing for the busy soason of com petitive play that lies ahead. It seems certain that bowls will boom rilirir.n tho rnmillfi snficnn :iivl it Is! also certain that. in competitive | matches with surrounding towns, the. local club will again more than hold their own. ' Mambc-rs took the opportunity at the week-end of extending a hearty wel come to a new clubmate, in Mr. C. Gieave. and to visitors in Msssrs. Wallace and Ireland. A very hearty | welcome 'is always extended to new miintcrs, and to visiting bowlers from other towns: nnd the club is looking forward to enrolling many new mem bers during tlie season ahead. Results: S. II. Cohen. Crnker, and W. Lind-j say were not extended in defeating j Kingston. Ireland, and Kinsev. 23 to ; 11. The match of Crok?r. D. Dickson, ind Bruderlin agaiast G. Tie. A.j .indsay. and Ban- was very closely j ?cntested. and resul...

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

We welcome reports (if different organisations, spurting bodies, etc., bul ask thai, where possible, 'copy' lie in hy l o'clock on Fridays for Monday's Issue, and thereafter by 1 tin the day preceding publication. Wc wish to avoid having to hold anything jvur till Hie following issue.

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SCHOOLBOY FOOTBALL Cootamundra's Big Day [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 5 August 1946

SCHOOLBOY FOOTBALL Cbotamundra's Big Day ' On Saturday school teams from all tin; southern districts met at Junee to contest tlie fourth annual school boys' carnlvnl run by the Rugby League, and it proved to be the mast heartening day that Cootamundra Rugby League pinycr.s na-.r n.m many years. j Three trophies were won by local teams, two from the Inter. High and one from tlie De La Salle. No other town in the region received more than one trophy. This surely indicates that this town is at least as well oil as any other in the matter ol football tal ent. and more opportunities should be made for the development of these ^ young players. i Trophies won by Cootamundra were the Intermediate Senior A Division, ?von by the I.H.S. senior team: the Ray I Norman Cup for 5 stone 7 A Division. ! won by the I.H.S. team: and the 5 j stone 7 B Division, won by the De La Salic team. The carnival at Junee was. as usual, a triumph ot organisation, and all players owe a debt of gratitude to the ;ir...

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

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

ASSOCIATES Saturday morning: 12-llols: ' Mrs. Bath, G7. 24, 43; Mrs. Prince, 69, 24, 45; Mrs. K. Williams, 1 71, 24, 47; Mrs. A. Smith, G7, 19, 43. 18-hole Open Championship: Mrs Hulford 93, Mrs. Murphy 97. Mrs. Sex ton 101. I8-I10I0 Handicap: Mrs. E. Last. 85, 25, 60; Mrs. Murphy, 97, 28, 69; Mrs. Worthington. 105, 36. 69; Miss Sutton, 103, 32. 71. Secret 9-holc: Mrs. Last, 42, 13, 29. Handicap Teams: Miss Reardon 81. Mrs. K. Williams 75, Mrs. E. Last 60 — [ 21G, 1; Mr;. Hulford 74, Mrs. Sexton 75, Miss Sutton 71 — 220, 2. 9-Hole Handicap: Mrs. E. Last, 4G-10 — 3G; Mrs. Murphy. 51-14—37; Miss Millard 1 Young'. 52-15—37; Mrs. Oli ver (Cooiac. 52P15— 37. 12-IIole Handicap: Mrs. West (Coo lac), 66-23—43: Mrs. Sexton, 66-19 — 47; Mrs. E. Last. Cl-13 — 48; Miss Hardwick. 72-24—43.

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COOTAMUNDRA ANNUAL GOLF TOURNAMENT Big Crowd Takes Part [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 5 August 1946

COOTAMUNDRA | ANNUAL GOLF i TOURNAMENT j Big Crowd Takes Pari The above club held its 194G annual tournament over the week-end, and, as the undermentioned events show, cach one was heavily contested. it was like old times to rce so many visitors trying their skill amongst ilic locals. It was back in 1.039 .-i:,ce v.e have had a club tournament. Once again the contestants could not cope with the consistent play of our club champion, Ralph Rowe. On Saturday, in a staplcford event, he had a 75 off the stick, giving him a total staplcford score of 34. to win UK event. and on Sunday, in the cham pionship. lie had two rounds of 74. Results: SATURDAY AFTERNOON STAPLEFORD HANDICAP I R. Rowe 34. A. Page 33. O. Collins j 32. J. Moran 31. L. Ticehurst 31, D.| Stratton 31. J. Scott 30. A. Smilh 30.1 N. Bassingthwaighte 30. J. Castor 3l).l F.. Dunda.s 28. D. Diidge 27. E. Mam-j malt 27, c. Murdoch 27, A. Brown 20, S. Dunkle-y 2G. G. Eddy 2G. M. Cooper 25. P. Mendham 25. R. Cohen, 23. D. Willis 2...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 5 August 1946

HONOUR ROLL j £JEAR.— A tribute to he :iie:n^: y n: . Bob and K n. who s.avr tluir Siys! in service rf their (.na j Only .san- cf Mr. and M-s. R. D.Mr and miifii loved bro:!iL'r.s of M011.1. ' 'O Valian: Heart.-'. IN MEMORIAM I QLEDH!L:..,~I:i laving rcnPm-j bi.i:. .1 :r.y tjc..r i.i'rther and I grai.:!:ii'i:'.vr. E5:/tb''U Ann. '.v parsed a'Aay Auuu-'. l-(42. Those '.vhr, iia'.e a ni'.;ii'.'. Love her wh.li- you may; For you nevct know h.iv: miii -i voi will nibs iier. Until she Ls called away. —Inserted by her loving daugh'ei Amy. son-in-law Frank, and grand children Zona. Vida. Neta, Keith, and Lynette. JNGOLD.— 111 loving memory of on: dear dad. whom God called home 011 2nd August, 1945. Dearest memories, fond and true. Remain in our hearts, dear daddy, ofj you; A silent thought brings many a .tear, . For the one we miss and loved so dear. — Inserted by his loving children. ENGAGEMENT LOUTTIT— BULL: ? The engage ment is announced of Merle Magdaline. youngest daughter1 of Mr and ...

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

SPORTING. CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE i^p.' v aheaa,-- | /f you Saws now i ADVERTISE WELL the coming events, meetings, and so on. For these the charge is 5/ per inch (from one inch upward). SMALL ADVTS.— Wanted, Found Lost, To-Let, For Sale, etc.— are Gd per line per issue iG words to a line), wiih a minimum charge ni VG. WANTED, Cottage, Flat, or Rooms, accomodate two. Apply 'his office. WANTED, position as Cur or Truck Driver, 3 years' experience. Apply this office. WANTED, Girl, na laundry. Apply Mrs. BassingthwaiglHe.j 158 Wal'.en daon Street. I WANTED, 2 to 5 h.p. Electric Motor, urgently. Particulars to E. Anderson, 52 Thompson S'.roet. WANTED, posticn as Barmaid. exp?ri enccci. ? Apply hi writing to 'A.B.C.,' tliLs office. WANTED, Board, with private family, relieving public works cfficer. Ap;ily I this office or Public Works Office, I Cocp:r street. WANTED, 100 Tons of Wood. Apply | II. Allen, Chamen street. LOST, Brown Kid Glove. r,:ar Meaghsr's, 011 Thursday. Fi.tder please ret...

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

SHOP WITH OUR . ADVERTISERS AND mention what y.ou saw ADVERTISED in this Newspaper. YOU ARE THE PEOPLE ' . long « goods arc in^orUupply. let us adopt ^^°mm0n58nS0 .. A^polley of restraint in spending. THAT constitutes pr.co eonfrol by ?fho foyer. It moans buying only those things «e rca y nee . . . insisting full value . . . and, above all. it means saving all we can and^ 'invoking -or *utur0 in Commonwealth Bonds and Savings Certificates.'' _ . Savings CertifioaieJ may bo purchased al any Bank or Monoy Order Posi Ofiice. and^dvanco subscriptions to the next Commonwealth Cash Loan may be mado fhrough any Bank or Stockbro cr. BeaSavenNota Spmtkr Help Keep Prices n'ni r ' ... - -.-.--?-?-'.'.-.W-V-W-V CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENT COLUMNS OF ! 'THE COOTAMUNDRA DAILY HERALD' ? -V.-.V.VV^.VVW ? ?

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COOTAMUNDRA TROTTING CLUB Holds Successful Annual Meeting [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 5 August 1946

COOTAMUNDRA TROTTING. CLUB Holds Successful Annual Meeting 'The ollicials of this organisation arc sccoml to ncuc, belli in tlicir at tendance at meetings, and doing the job they arc elected to do,' said the president of the Cootamundra Trot ing Club at the annual meeting of the club, held at lintel Central, last I'llUll.V Illglll. The meeting was well attended, and augurs well for the success of tlie next trots, to be held at Cootamundra Show ground 011 Saturday. September 21. In his report. Mr. Corby said: 'The club has raced 011 two occa sions for prizemoney of £200 and £300, respectively. After making donations to charity, we show a credit balance. If we continue to put on meetings like the Vast t 1. we will continue to gain the support ot the public. 'The '? iiiij hns approached tlie Town Council tin a track on Fisher Park. Its rooties! has received favorable com 1 mem from the aldermen, with the cx | ception uf two. It may be advisable j to cons.-ne finances and not give away ...

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

i'«V I' an.l Radiators just ? i CROWE'S, Parker St. cSeITchaf? FOR SALE I'i ini. r.jw Oaten, K/ti Bas. i i'i .ii 1. wiieatcn, 7/'G Bag. l'ri --'ii 1 1.i y, straw, ctc., at cheap J.'-tl .. J. P.IGNEY '-. ' ..\.\'DOON STREET. FOR SALE APPLES ' '-? : .iiicy grade, 20/ per case ' '? mI grade, 17/ case. '- ?' - 'mid grade, 10/ case. 1 fancy grade, 14/ case. ('' .ill:, pooit grade, 12/ case. ? ? -..i'.fi, domestic grade, 10/ ''??? i'i. 2ml grade, 8/ case. 1 ?? . irei-ht 011 each case. ? H-:u FLAVOR V-.'.L'i ORCHARDS ? ! Batlow 27. k:llard & CROOKS i.: .'in.;; vendors C°': ' :';u delivery 12th Au .lys available, any i..;iy delivery. : H- ;d. Government cer A l :;-.-iu-!. Orders left at f!- 11 Office will receive prompt 11 IT'S A LA TTiKY-CIiAUGING JOB J.JAVE it restored by experienced ex at CLIFF SCOTT'S 110 WALLENDOON STREET COLUMBIA STUDIOS II.Wi: F.XT ENDED VISIT ALL THIS WEEK, day and night. Alio August 21, Church of England Ba.l. Dc'os.. book your appointment now. IS YOUR RADI...

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CHURCH NOTICES CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 5 August 1946

CHURCH NOTICES ? CiiUIiCH OF ENGLAND Mcnd.'y. August 5, Public Mee;h;;i spon.-.j:' d j-. People's Education As sociation. H. Address by Rev. W. Ci Caughlan, 'reaching of Religion 1:1 School:-.'- Friday. Ai;- i.-t 9, Choir Predict 7.1:» Sunday. August 11. 8th*Stmday .if er Trimij. chn.-t Church 8. Holy com munion; Evtu'ong 7.30. Wallendijoer, 11, Holy Communion; Stocl:in'oiny.\l ;i Even;, oil!!. Kev. A. W. Harris. Rejto: METHODIST ! Wednesday, August 7: Ladle:-' Church Aid. 3; C.E. Society. 7.30. ' Thursday, August 8: Sunday Schcal Teachtrs in Sunday School Hall. 7.3!i Fiiday afternoon: Street S'.a:1 Su.idfy. Auii'.isi 11: CW-amundra. ii; and 7.:;0. R v. R. J. Casliin; Duda i man X Rev r. J. cashin; Sundav 1:1 Cootaniui.dra at 2.30. Rev. R Cashin, Ministe:'. t

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WHAT'S ON? (As Advertised in This Issue.) [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 5 August 1946

WHAT' SON? (As Advertised in This Issue.) Fii.. Am'. !i: Mr. Warren McDonald. Cuui,;rv i'vriy candidate for Hume, will :,jn a): 111 the Assembly Room at B p.m.

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

PERSONAL Miss M. Brown,, of the Albion Hotel, is a patient' in the Sacred Heart Hos pital*. 1 ' Ald.'J. J. Leonard Is processing well after an operation in St. Luke's Hos pital, Sydney. ???-..?? Ian Rains, son of Constable arid Mrs. Rains, has been discharged, from hos h-«' uiici- ucutiiieiio ior a ourni loot. . A Cootamundra native, Mr. Rus Hutchinson,' now of Young, was back here for yesterday's golf tournament. ' 'Renewing' old acquaintances in 'Cootamundra over the week-end were Mr. and Mrs. len .Wetherly^ daughter Betty, and Mrs. Horace Green. Mr. J. Crewdson, formerly of the Cootamundra post' office arid now at Temora, returned here yesterday for the golf tournament. At a meetirvj of the Cootamundra Coursing Clii'b on 'Sunday night, a pre sentation was made to Mr. W. Qillard I for his valuable, services rendered to the ei'tib. ' ' ' I' Miss Margaret Lloyd, of-'Bethungra, J vi'as admitted to the Sacrod Heart Bos pital . oh Friday. Hope you're better soon, Margaret, so'yoii cari...

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RECORD RIDE AROUND AUSTRALIA PER PUSH BIKE NIGH 50 YEARS AGO (No. 25.) [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 5 August 1946

RECORD RIDE AROUHD AUSTRALIA PER PUSH BIKE NIGH 50 YEARS AGO (By Donald Mackay/C.B.E.) (No. 25.) January 5: We had met a man Just ' after leaving the De Grey who told us [ that the next well iroin here had good I water, so to save weight we carried none. To it wns a case of walk. Com- ' ! ing to a cross fence, we sighted the well. Leaving our bikes, we walked over. It was deep, and although fit-, led up with fine sheep troughs, they had not been used for a long time. Lowering the bucket, it hit the water. We must have got It about 15 feet. Then came a bii splash below. Putting In the handle peg, we had a look down, and could clearly see an immense snake swimming. He seemed to be all over the bottom of the well, and I think must have been of unusual size. On getting the water up. it was found. un- ririnkiible. being salt. In three miles we came to Sandy Creek, but could locate no water. We lost some time following some blacks' tracks up to same. In a few more miles Wits passed the br...

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SPORTING GREYHOUND RACING Beau McGee a Smart Maiden [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 5 August 1946

[?] (jREYHOUND RACING Beau McGee a Smart ! Maiden i ,Beau McGee (by Beau silvcr-s, Wattle) ranks as the raptor lli:i i-= V dog ever to race on tlie 1-iMi-r i' . - track at Cootamundra. He won the second her Maiden at Cootamundra r.-,, Club's meeting on Saturday a:' - rno in in 27 4-10 sees., time that t-ifi.tiJfcl the track record. Beau McGee quick!;,- ( j ornd un a big gap in the fbld, and iiu r;;. st»i it as he went on. ? v Most exciting finishes 0,r the i!-\ were provided in the ..na divisions of the Plying siaae. jn the first division Rib Ca.li deteaio:! fimiler Girl by a luad the heavily backed Robert ch: 1 d. feared .General Scoble by a head u th: ]Ji;c race. j The long programme n: eleven raccs went off without a hitch. | Results: | Novice Slake. 7th grad.-: Clare's Hcpe (2) 1. Mind.vjin;;.. - . j ? o, Tune's .t, Gift .(31 3. Betting: u ! Clares Hop;, 2 Alma n Lad. -1 Sweet c.imet. Tut«:':i Gift. G Junior, Rurky Vale. 7 Bri.i.sh| Malt, 8 Mindagir.yc Length; :-am:.i Time, 28 4...

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FEDERAL ELECTIONS [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 5 August 1946

FEDERAL ELECTIONS 'Wing ito: pressor* im tsjuct; and iiicreascd production costs, ' report °f political speeches and meetings, broadcasts, articles, leitcVs, and oth er propaganda will only be.,lijser»«l ' '.''s paper as advertising matter, the exception of'a report of n candidate's opening public address. Advertising rate ' may be obtained from this oHlce.

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