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TENNIS COMPETITION FINAL ON SAT. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 8 August 1946

TENNIS COMPETITION FINAL ON SAT. Tlie final of the winter competition will be played tliLs Saturday ot the Railway institute's tennis courts, be tween Muttania and Country Club I., and should be well worth watching.

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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CANTERBURY SATURDAY'S FIELDS PETERSHAM THREE-YEAR-OLD HANDICAP.—6 Furlongs First Division (Colts and Geldings) At 1 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 8 August 1946

CANTERBURY SATURDAY'S FIELDS 1'ETEKSIIAM TIIREE-YEAR-OLD HANDICAP.— G Furlongs First Division (C'olts and Ocldlngs) At 1 p.m. Eur.valus (4) ? 9 10 Tynedale (IO) ? ? I- 11 Son of Persia (5) ? 8 9 Lochram (11) ? 8 0 Roystoil (71 ? 7 8 Rum Punch (2- ? 7 8 Jervis i3- ? 7 U Bimak (1) ? 7 7 Radio Beam (13) .. .. .. 7 7 Dark Marne (12) ? 7 6 My Hero (8) ? 7 5 Conviviality 16) ? 7 4 Gay Leader (9- ? 7 0 I'ETEKSIIAM TIIREE-YEAR-OLD HANDICAP. — 0 Furlongs ) Second Division . At 1.35 p.m. Decorate -9- ? 8 13 Concerto 'G- ? 8 10 Stiperfort (2- ? 8 7 Dutchman ( 1 1 - ? 7 10 RcRent (3» ? 7 8 Regal Light (81 ? 7 8 11 1 ra ji -4- ? 7 8 Star Vite (10- ? 7 7 Paris (7 1 ? 7 7 Grand City (13) ? 7 6 Militaire ih ? 7 4 Casanova (5i ? 7 3 Nosau Bay (12) ? 7 0 I'ETERSIIAM TIIREE-YEAR-OLD HANDICAP.— 0 Furlongs (I'or Fillies.) j At 3.10 p.m. ! Gold Taj (16) ? 9 0 Shining Vision - 15) ? 8 0 I Believe U0) ? 7 13 Chanson Gal (14) ? 7 10 Foolfox (8) ? 7 10 Miss Micawber (3) ? 7 8 Helen Court (1) ...... ,. 7 .8 E...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 8 August 1946

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A.C.T.U WARNS LABOR First Child Endowment [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 8 August 1946

A.C.T.U WARNS LABOR First Child Endowment! MELBOURNE, ' Thursday: 'Hie secretary of the A.C.T.U. (Mr. A. E. Monk) yesterday sent an urgent tele gram, to. the Prltf(t?i. Minister iMr. Chifley), and to the Minister for La bor and National Service iMr. Hollo way). informing them that the emer-J gency committee of the A.C.T.U. favored the extension of child endow ment to cover the first child of each family. This decision followed the defeat of an Opposition move in the Senate on th:; same lines. The telegrams asked that legislation be introduced before the end of the present parliamentary session to pro vide for endowment for the first child, and pointed out that the Government's opposition to the extension of the en dowment might liava a serious effect on Labor's prospects at the Federal election. Commenting r.n the A.C.T.U. de cision. the leader of the Opposition i Mr. Menzie.-i said- 'This is another proof that even tli- A.C.T.U. is not in eapaWe o! leariiinu from the Liberal Party....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 8 August 1946

27yu Render; Are you a subscriber to the 'Cootumuiulrn Dally Hcruld'? Now Is a good time to join.

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SAILOR LEAPS FROM BRISBANE EXPRESS [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 8 August 1946

SAILOR LEAPS FROM BRISBANE EXPRESS i SYDNEY. Thursday: Aj- the Bris bane express was slowly climbing '.lie steep slope of the Hawk'-sbury River early tixlay. a Royal Navy rating. w!v-. with three R.A.N, iiersonnel. was being escorlul to Sydney, leaped from Hi'' train. | The rough, hilly count'.-.' where ihe prisoner disappeared is now being .'earcl'.etl by the escort, aid.d by police.' Till' escapee. Stoker Geoffrey Smith i20- was permitted U- enter the toilet shortly after the strain left Hawke.s bury River station. \Vh-n lie failed to return, the escort went to the toilet, and tin- window was wide open. Smith bv that time was running in-o the bush, and by the time the train' was brought to the emergency nultj the esrapee had 500 yards' start. Tln;^ train was held up for ten minutes, and when neither prisoner or escott, retuu.id. resumed its jouriu-v. reach- i ing Sydney six minutes lute. In the meantime detectives were rushed from Hornsby to take i»rt in I the search. j

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RECORD RIDE AROUND AUSTRALIA PER PUSH BIKE NIGH 50 YEARS AGO (No. 28.) [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 8 August 1946

RECORD RIDE 1 AROUND AUSTRALIA I PER PUSH BIKE ! NIGH 50 YEARS AGO! (By Donald Mackay, C.B.E.) j i No. 28.) Next morning 1 January 30) we felt in good form, lor v.e wore once more to liave the iu:;ary of seeing a railway line. That of Pine Creek to Darwin was tlie last seen. Our road was very patchy in pUic-.-s. with long patches of sand. Calling at Callow Station, we got splendid treatment, and after an hour's spell pushed on. at last sighting Pind dar railway .-id nig. Hearinj; thai the road was nearly r.'.l isn nd to Mu.Iewa. we tried riding alons the line. but it proved the worst line we had seen. To walk along it was bad enough: to ride a bike, impossible. So wc decided to locate the road. It turn ed out to be about a mile away, anci lis tiie intcivenir.j; country was scrubby, v.e hail an indillerent time of it. How ever. ihin/s v. el e not so bad as expect ed. and m Sive miles from where we joined il \.e came to Mallewa. arriviiv: in tlie teeth of a dust-storm. After some refr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 8 August 1946

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SPORTING COOTAMUNDRA RACES On Wednesday, August 28 [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 8 August 1946

[?] COOTAMUNDRA RACES On Wednesday, August 28 The Cootamundra Turf Club's 1 meeting, on Wednesday, August 28, j will be the first that the club has held since 1941. A very attractive programme of six events, 'carrying £300 in prize money, has been arranged as follows: 1 Flvin« Handicap. £65. G furlongs: Maiden Plate. £30. ft furlongs: First Restricted Handicap. £30, (- furlongs (£20 bar); Victory Cup. £100, 7 fur longs (with trophy valued £25; Se cond Restricted Handicap. £30. 5 fur longs (£20 bar); Welter Handicap. £45. G furlongs. Liberal appearance money will be paid to tlie owners of all horses start ing at the meeting (winners only ex cepted - as follows: Field of seven starters or less: Flying Handicap. £3: Maiden Plate. £2: First Restricted. £2: Cootamundra Victory Cup. £3; Second Restricted, £2; Welter. £3. I Field of eight starters or more: Flying. £4. Maiden. £3: First Restrict-! ed. 13; Cup, £5; Second Restricted, £3; Welter. £4. | If a horse starts twice, full appear- . ...

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EMERGENCY TRANSPORT FROM COUNTRY [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 8 August 1946

EMERGENCY TRANSPORT FROM COUNTRY SYDNEY. Thursday: Emergency measures to ensure the carriage of wool and other essential products from New South Wales country areas to key shipping points and sale centres were adopted by the New South Wales Parliamentary Labor Caucus last night. They are designed to overcome the threatened position of hundreds of i thousands of bales of wool being left in country sheets because of insuf lieiency of railway trucks to convey them to .selling (joints, due to the c.ial ;hcrtage. The emergency plans were an nounced to Caucus by the Minister for Transport tMr. O Sullivan i. lie said all restrictions had been lifted on the transport of essential goods by road from any imiiit in New South Wales, and carriers were en titled to apply for a permit costing I . enabling them to transport goods to and lrom any part of New South Wales. This would mean, lie said, that car-' riers could now enter into arrange- j merits with country business people to | deliver their...

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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RUSSIAN CONCENTRATION CAMPS For German Youths [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 8 August 1946

RUSSIAN CONCENTRATION CAMPS For German Youths ' LONDON, Thursday: A deputation cf German mothers whicii arrived in Berlin declared that the Russians s'rippvd seven districts in Branden burg Province, in the Russian zone, of all youtlis aged 13 to 17 years, and hove taken them to concentration camps, reports the 'Daily Mail' Ham burg correspondent. ) The mothers were told that they were put into camps for 'special training and political education.'

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CREWLESS PLANES In Record Flight [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 8 August 1946

CREWLESS PLANES In Record Flight MUROC (Califormai. Thursday: J After the longest iin-manned fliiilit in history two Army bomber 'drones' tradio-controlleo crewless planes, ar rived from Hawaii. A mother.ship con trolled each druiit'. The flights, which were made at G500 feet, took approximately 15 hours. j One drone dropped a smoke bomb near the Californian coast, involving the opening of the bomb bay doors releasing the bomb, and rcclosing the doors, all by remote conrtol. The test was designed to prove ef ficiency and practicability of j;uidcd missiles.

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NEW GOVERNOR-GENERAL To be Announced Soon [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 8 August 1946

NEW GOVERNOR GENERAL i To be Announced Soon' LONDON. Thursday: The 'Dally Telegraph' expects the name of the Duke of Gloucester's successor as Governor-General of Australia to be announced soon.

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BIG AUSTRALIAN CAR CONTRACT [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 8 August 1946

BIG AUSTRALIAN CAR CONTRACT SYDNEY, Thursday: One of the largest contracts ever entered into be tween two Australian industries lias been tinalised. It is between General Motors Hol den. which has planned to builci Aus tralian motor cars, and the Australian Km-ye and Encincerini* Company. I 1 he contract provides for the manufacture of forgings required in Atis:ra!ian-buiU cars. The Premier (Mr. McKelli. making this announcement last night, said th: Australian Forge and Kngineering Co would add to the existing plant tlv most modern forging equipment in ihe world, at a cost of £100.1100.

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CAULFIELD SATURDAY'S FIELDS ARKARINGA HURDLE.—2 Miles and 65 Yards At 1.30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 8 August 1946

CAULFIELD SATURDAY'S FIELDS | ARKARINGA HURDLE.— 2 .Miles and 65 Yards I At 1.30 p.m. Solvent (6) ? 12 1 Buzharine ? ? 10 8 John Masefield (3i ? 9 8 Kookaburra. (1)' ? ? 9 ® Prince Danilo (14) ? 9 ?' Edlgram (7) ? ?? 9 3 Llandrillo (16) ? 9 2 Nantilla (13) ? 9 2 Patio (10) ? 9 2 Kenloof (15) ? J u . Kerl Boy ? ? 9 0 Mannalaw (12) ? 9 0 Nicety'(4) ? 90 Premonition (11) ? ?? ?? 9 0 Reg's Pal (2) ? 9 0 Salvo (9) ? 90 CIIATSWORTH PLATE.— 1 At 2.5 p.m. Tudor Prince (11) .. ? ; ?? 9 1 Woodrow (13) ? 9 0 Composer (12) ? a 10 Bray Law (9) ? 8 8 Despatch Rider (18) ? 8 4 Revinach (19) ? 8 4 Allied Power (5) ? 8 2 I Stormy Sea -10) ? 7 12 Sailor's Gully (22) ? 7 10 Rossficld (15) ? 7 8 Golden Buddy (8) ? 7 (1 Praetor (20) ? 7 G Star Act (17) ? 7 U Tommy Tucker (21) ? 7 ii 1 Teurong ill ? 7 4 Wandilow (6) ? 7 4 Cothom (3) ? 7 2. First Fiddle (4- ? 7 2 Touch and Go 1 14 1 ? 7 2 Chief Command (7) .. .. 7 0 Chllperic (16) ? 7 0 Nolan (2) ? 7 0 AUSTRALIAN STEEPLE.— About 31 Miles At 2.40 p.m. Tcnt...

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EL GRANDEE BRILLIANT In Randwick Gallop [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 8 August 1946

EL GRANDEE ? BRILLIANT u I Iii fcariclwick Gallop { j j$ YDHe Y, 1 Thursday : El Grandee I sprinted brilliantly to leave three fur- I longs. Ijehinci- in 37 sees, at Randwipk. I At Victoria Park Gay King covered I three in 37; Riverton dashed over I five in 1.51. I At Roscberry Buonarrotti ' Boy gal- I l^ped three in 39!-. I Turn Again and Boll Rock left six I behind'in 1.16!. I At Rosehill Marquis ran five in 1.3. I

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FOOTBALL Three Matches Here on Sunday [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 8 August 1946

FOOTBALL Three Matches I Here on Sunday I Unusual interest is being taken in the game between Cootamundra and Tumut on Fisher Park on Sunday. . The lesult of the Group Nine com petition .game will depend on the match. ~ ~ ? ? The Cootamundra and Tumut re serves will play at 2 o'clock. * At noon, the Waratahs and the De La Salic Ol'd Boys will.. meet in tlie third grade game. The first-grade team, is: D. Wall, R., cohen, N. McDonnel, J. Crowe, w. Glanvillc,' H. Thackeray, N. Ltyyd, L. Fisher, j. Belli G. Ball, G. Greig, k. Glanville. s. McAlistcr. The reserve team will be finally picked from tlie following: o Mclnnes, Rees, Ryan, Miers, Gehrig, Chamber lain, Nuttall, Fitzgerald, ' Gollidge, Taylor, Badcock. Brown, Bridle, Wheatlc-y. Daldy. Cootamundra players will train on Fisher Park at 5.30 tomorrow after noon, and all players are requested to be there.

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CHURCH NOTICES CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 8 August 1946

CHURCH NOTICES CHURCH OF ENGLAND Friday, August 9. choir Practice 7.15. Sunday. August 11. 8th Sunday after Trinity. Christ Church 8. Holy Com munion; Evensong 7.30. Wallendbeen 11, Holy Communion; Stoekinbingal 3 Evensong. Rev. A. W. Harris, Rector. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Committee meeting for Tuesday Gtli postponed till Wednesday. 14th August. Friday: Choir Practice 7.30 p.m.' (note alteration in time-. Children's frolic, Scots Hall. 7 p.m. till 9.30. Sunday: Scots church, 11 a.m., Mr. 1. J. Raff; 7.30 p.m.. Rev. H. Perkins. Brawlin, 11 a.m.. Belhungra, 3 p.m. Rev. Harold Perkins, Minister. METHODIST , Thursday. August 8: Sunday School Teachers in Sunday School Hall, 7.30 j Friday afternoon: Street Stall, Sunday. August 11: Cootamundra, 11 and 7.30, P-cv. R. J. Cashin; Dudau iii an 3, Rev. Ii- J. Cashin; Sunday in Cootamundra at 2.30. Rev. R. J | Cashin. Minister. I

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WHAT'S ON? (As Advertised in This Issue.) [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 8 August 1946

WHAT'S ON? (As Advertised in This Issue.) Fri., Aug. 9: Anti-T.B. Bali at Wal lendbecn. Fri.. Aug. 9: Mr. V/arrcn McDonald.! Country Party candidate 'or Hume. ] will speak in the Assembly Room at 8 p.m. Ai:,:. 11: Football on Fisher Par!:. Cootamundra v. Tumut. and two ti'.rly inatche.-. commencing at noon. Fli.. Aug. 23: C.W.A. Card Party, ill CAV A. Rooms. I Wed.. Aug. 23: Cootamundra Turf Club's Victory Cup Meeting. Auctions Sat.. Aug 10: Furniture Sale by. Mr. G. B. Black.

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WOOL AT AN OUNCE A YARD Brilliant Color Printing on New British Lightweight Fabrics [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 8 August 1946

WOOL AT AN OUNCE A YARD Brilliant Color Printing on New British Lightweight Fabrics Nov,' and uttrnclive woollens manu factured in Britain will soon be on , view. They will Include the lightest ' wool fabrics which have ever been | made. One weighs only one ounce a 1 ?squn.-e yard. In spite of the light ness of texture, il will wash well, }-lsa'«. ; and drape. j Excellent results have been secured by printing on these new fabrics, and in many instances scrc-en printed and hand-blocked designs intended origin- : ally for pure sill: or for rayon, are now being used for wool. 1 Some of the new iabrics have been printed in floral designs of si.-.'.c^u colors produced with such clarity and brilliance that at Mrs: giar.ee they might well be tak'n id line silk -)i'-- ducts. : Fashion experts have been quick to seto on the importance of the new prcducts. which they devlar?. open rp vast new opportunities for w rjl Such materials, they say, apart trom the nor^nal public demand. will be eager...

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