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800 VOTES FOR COMMERCE QUEEN [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 12 August 1946

Klill VOTES l«i: COMMKItCK (jrEEX A M.'lin1! 1'-'O. taat is to .*ay. liOti vi.tis. v:a.s paid into the ijencnil War .MiiiKUi-.il Kiti'tl yesterday io tlu- cre dit i/ M:s.~ lii'.een O'Neil the Com nicive Qf.cr:'.. Very nice work! Al ilmiiL'l-. tl;e SiX'its Oiicen is Mill in til;1 le.-.d. the Coiniiii'ici Queen is .stvadiiy catching U)i. The votnv; Ls now: Sjp&its Qtscen ? GiJlO C-'ommeice QiK'in ? otV.i Watch the.so columns dn-oly I'M1 ::i Iliei .spfi.-tacular spnnt.s. At a nu-i'tins of the committee 'i '?''?-' j Coimiiercc Queen last nialit. !!?.'? '?:-' iowinji coniiny events were annoui/ M August 14 i next Wednesday, tofj in the Town Hr.II. with a sp«:j'.i- attractive card party arranged in t'.u Assembly Room: Auuusi 23. Comim-tie Ball at SteickinbliiKal mo entluisia. -lie dancers sluittkl miss tins balli. Tin big draw (.«.- Jim Wood's Melotlians fruri lemoia. There will be fiee truiu-poi*: for approximately 100 persons. All tlri-e de.-iroiih of availing themselves nf t:i:...

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GOLF [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 12 August 1946

GOLF Playing in the N.S.W.- Amateur championship on Saturday. N. Bus tingthwaighte failed to strike form and had rounds of 85 and 04. Cootamundra was well represented at the Young tournament yesterday. R. Page won two trophies.

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LOCAL & GENERAL CHRISTIAN SOCIAL ORDER MOVEMENT [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 12 August 1946

LOCAL & GENERAL CIIKiSTIAN SOCIAL OKDKK MOVEMENT F.'llcwiiiu :i'' vi-:-. to cootnimm.ira o'. tlu' H.v. W C. cughlan. and llir Mi-!]';, 'I.: 'Hi . I: was held in 'lie Parish :-!.i!l en .-Vi'.:usi 3rd. a mscilng i-- to be heid in :;»' Parish Hall to- i ni-h: io form a CS.OAI. Group in C.ii'.laiuuiidra. !or ilu1 study of sn.'i.il fHH-.-tti-n.-. the t::'i'.ip ''?- t(- bt- an inU' '' ; church i-i-:i:;is.tii;':-.. n'.iU membevsliipj will !-'? r.ijeii !?' al! ii'.:eie.sti'd ]-ersiun.

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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GOLF NOTES (By "Rebuilt.") [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 12 August 1946

GOLF NOTES (Bv 'Rebuilt' i We are 'now 'three-quarter way through otir golfing season and still big fields dr* contesting competitions so it spcakE.s well for completion of- a really successful season. On Saturday 57 members returned a card for th: Stapleford competition, the winner had to be decided on a count back as Mayne, Cooper, and Lionel C'U berry both returned a 39. No. 1 posi tion just going to Mayne. . Results: M. Cooper 33. Carberry 39. J. Moran 30, D. Crassman 36. O. Collins 34, S Dunkley 22. weissel 32, T. Willianv 32. colmsr 31. J. Caster 31, Armstrong 28, Callender 27, B. Windrim 27, E Mammatt 26. Last 26. L. Smith 25 Willis 25, Mendham 25. E. Brooke L.4. R. Rowe 24. D. Doidge 22, jf. Noble 18. As three or four cars took members to Young for their Annual Tourna ment the field for Sunday was rained to 11 starters, but quite good scores were recorded. We sea that the long i markers are once again well to she fore. No one will begrudge Dan Willis his win. This might be a...

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CRICKET British Team Completed [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 12 August 1946

CRICKET British Team Completed LONDON. Monday: The . M.C.C. completed the team for the Australian tour. The remaining invitations— making 17 In all— were issued to L. B. Fisn lock, left-hand batsman; W. J. Ed rich, all-rounder;'- and James Lang ridge, alli-rounder. . j '

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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THREE TIE IN ZONE FINAL Harden, West Wyalong, Win Their Zones [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 12 August 1946

THREE TIE IN ZONE FINAL Harden, West Wyalong, Win Their Zones Tumut, Gundagai, and Junee have tied for first place in Zone 2 of the Group Nine Competition. | Coolamimdra bent Tumut yesterday by 13 iwlnls to nil. while Junee b.-ul Temora by 11 points to nil. Gunriagai had the bye. The premiership of zone z win d-- decided by a play-off between Tunmt, Junee, and Gundagai. The group championship will be de cided by play-off. Two of the trains will meet, the, loser playing the team with a bye. | Winner ol ihe second match willj play the winner of the first for ihej premiership. i Locations and draw will be an-| nounced later. ' Harden-Murruinburrah beat Your.g by 13 points to 12 yesterday, lo win tin- northern /one. Lanham kicked a field goal for me winners on full-time. j Harden had 24 |-oints. Young 23. and Cowra 22. i West Wyalong beat Tullibigeal yes terday by 16 points to 13. i It won Zone 3 ( western i. with 25 points, followed by Tullibigeal 22. and Uarmedman 20. Junee and Gundag...

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COAL CHIEF RESIGNS [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 12 August 1946

COAL CHIEF RESIGNS SYDNEY. Monday: The resigna tion of the Coal Commissioner 'Mr. H. L. Williams i was three weeks old wlu-n lie announced it yesterday, said the Minister for Supply and Shipping 1 Senator Asliley; last night. *-\Tr Willininc tnlri mp Mn'Pn mv'c1:1 ajio that he wished to' resign the coa' Commissionership as soon as Parlia ment decided on the' new adminis trative authority. 'He asked that no announcement be made publicly until the measure had been passed by Parliament.' The Minister added that Mr. Wil liams had consented to .continue ujui's the new authority had been .set up. Senator Ashley aclde:! that no or. could have worked harder in his jab to assist the Clovemnient than Mr Williams. In a statement last night Mr. Wil liams said: 'I do not know whether the N.S.W. Parliament will delay ire legislation required for the Fedetal plan. I have not considered that angle, but I have told the oovcniawnt that I will cany on until the new au thoiity is r^ady to function. Alt...

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MAHER CUP MATCH DRAWN [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 12 August 1946

MAHEK CUP MATCH DRAWN Tumut retained the Maher Cup match on Saturday, when they drew in the match with HardenMurrumbur rah. The scores were 2 all.

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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STATE LOTTERY [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 12 August 1946

! STATE LOTTERY SYDNEY. Monday: S'aii lott'crv No. 1370 w.-'.s drawn :-::liu. i First prize was won i-y f,v, G!!!i.~n.' 'Happy Birthday' syndicaie IV Ma:.-' well. 1CS Harroad tend. Auburn. I Second. No. 4H03H. ??D::uuie'.s L'i'.-k': 'iymllcntp. Mrs. J. F-;y. tiG i.-.vci'.ey i-.tv-ci.' Merrylancis. ' Third. No. 98G30. 'I.ucl:y Cards' !.v.i-l 'licate. B. Hardiman. Ho:-: 8. GI'.O.' Sydney. I Fourth. No. 5043!). '333' :;yndi'.-a-:p.| Miwe.s T. and It. McCain. « CJiov.n j ?itreel. Waverley. Ill I'KI/.ES AT £11)0 !I!I7-; 12313 1'.U7'J 1SG3J 108 l.'t J.'i;1.'!) 23008 43(t8'J 4S579 C2532 1(1 l'ICIX?:s AT £.--» ;!l!!!i] 4(l(i'.t2 47000 4lil4:- 49551 fiUllS-l i:i;')21 'iQlHti (HCHl C-587G HI I'UIZES AT till :i:!!tl 41C0 14143 !«7;«) 39173 ?t(;:i'j;» llfiUlO 88402 92239 90728 111 I'KIZES AT £.;« 10C3ft 1CH80 30522 3D4KO 453B3 45308 49045 .r,144li 7r)')2!- 78331 15 I'KI/.KS AT E2» 41 05 10&04 11528 I195G 24005 37U39 42Hul! 51705 ;V)5H« (10178 OtiOOl G8-I74 HiIJlD 1)3144 D(i510 Lottery N...

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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WEISSEL CUP [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 12 August 1946

WEISSEL, CUP Barmedman beat HardenMurrum burrah 23-2 in a Weissel cup match on Saturday.

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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THE RAT STILL. WAGGA WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 12 August 1946

?mi: kat srii.i. \vai;i-:s \v.\it. In vieu ot ihc f:i:t thai many C'oola- ' iminiha busiiirs'- places, and homes.1 tui, arc ivjiirii'iiriiiK illllii'llltv ill (on- j trilling raU llu- filUiwing statement, I ;.Si»c-I l-y l)ii- Department of Health, j shmiW Ik- -il inleriM: | for his size Hit- r.-l ii certainly llii'j mnst d'Jiixrrinu anil destructive ani mal alive. Km epl fix 'The I'ied Piper ; - f ? Ilamelin,' li'semU anil fairy tale? ' preferred larijir villains — dragons. wcIvcf, foxes — to tin1 1'liniitiifi rat. iloiv ever, the growth i.f cities anil the -ic- i vclupmcnt of new i einilries has been - accompanied hy a steady inetease in (lie world's rat imputation. Today, thej rat is a universal meiiacu to health : and prujil'rjy. ! In Europe, wilvcs skulk in remote ' forests, but everywhere rats live boldly | a!ons-ide' Man, their chief enemy and ' most reliable supplier of food. Auda- i eioiis and ' crafty, the rat is an evil I.aiasile, an outlaw which spreads dis ease and destr...

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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TENNIS No. 1 COUNTRY CLUB WON FINAL [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 12 August 1946

TENNIS No. 1 COUNTRY CLUB WON FINAL Country Club No. 1 defeated Mui lama in the final of the Saturday tournament. Results: I r. Richards and W. Murly v J. Miller and A. Douglas. 5-6; R- Punnctt and Mrs. Richards v R- Coggan nnd Mrs. Willis, 0-2; E- Murray und Mv«. MacCormlck v J. Miller and Mrs. Dawn, 6-5; R. Richards and W. Muuy v. E. Willis and R. CoBRiin. W Mii'' Richards and Mrs. MacCormick and Mesdames Dawn and Willis. 6-0: E Murray and R. Punnctt v J. Ml»cr a'.ul A. Douglas. 3-0; R. Richards and Miv{ MacCormick v A. Douglas and Mrs Dawn G-4; W. Murty »«d Mrs. RUi ards v E. Willis and Mrs. Willis. G-3: E. Murray and R. Punnctt v E. Wlil.s and R. Coggan. 6-2. Country Club No. 1 won by 50 games to 31.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 12 August 1946

PROFESSIONAL ~ J. & R. A. SPEIRS Optometrists AUSTRAL CHAMBERS BIK. It. A. SI'EIKS. I'.I.O. Hvn. ISyii.) CONSULTATIONS: Thursdays. 2 p.m. '.o 5 p.m. Fridays, n a.m. 'to 3 p.m. Of I ice open Monday to Saturday lor adjustments and replacements. ?phone, cootnrmindra 185. for np polntincnt.s. 'Cooramundra Daily Herald' MONDAY. AUGUST 12. 1D4C.

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DETECTIVE SHOT DEAD IN CAR MANHUNT FOR MURDERER [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 12 August 1946

DETECTIVE SHOT DEAD IN CAR MANHUNT FOR MURDERER The greatest manhunt in A. is-! iralian criminal hlstoiy is now jjoUik' on m Sydney, where a small army oi, pclite and military provosts are si-archm,'} for the imirdm-r of a police- | Detective-Constable Vincent Donald' Al'.i-rn. 4(1. was shot di-ad In a yyuh.e, car on Anzac Parade \cMerday niter-! no-Hi by one of Sydney's most do.sjie1.-! ate iTiminaLs. A« attempt wa.s al-o made to .shoot donjn tx-tective-Ci-n- ; -:ablt- Howie. 27. but the trigger of the j mmdrrer'i. gun jammed. | .Since thsn more thiui ion detecri.r.', and o'.h'-r police and provosts, armed! with tommy-guns, hav— lici:i scouring! the deiiM- :;crub near tin; Bunnerong , Power Hoase for the murderer and a«s- - i:thev mail. Army M-archlights. at polite |-!nne. and |jolice digs are beiigl und in the hunt. '; Syoney radio stations have broad cab', descriptions of the wanted men and publu- help has U-en yought. At one stage early arrests were hoped lor. but there have bee...

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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TAX DEDUCTIONS From Next Month [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 12 August 1946

TAX DEDUCTIONS From Next Month CANBERRA, Monday: Regulations giving effect to the reduced rates oi income UN and social services contri bution which were passed by Parlia ment 'this month have now beei gazetted. The scales apply to earn ings from September 1. The regulations also contain a i-r.i- i vision which. enables fanners and busi nessmen to obtain the benefit of re duce:! income tax rates in provisional tax assessments that will be issued In them for the current financial year It i.s provided that the amount of provisional income tax otherwise pay abb lor 104G-47 shall be reduced b;. the sum of the following : -a- one seventh of the income tax assessed for 1!-!5--4G, and (In one shilling for every £1 of the taxable inco-nf; assessed :'--i 1945-4G.

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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OVERSEAS NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 12 August 1946

ClVKK^KAS NEWS Overseas news in this newspaper i supplled by A'.i.-iia'ian Associated Press. Souicfs iix-hiiie in England The Times. Daily TW.-grapli, Daily Mail Daily Herald. Daily Express. Manchest pi- rsimriiiiiii. lieiitiM's World Service. I Associated I'res-s ol Omit Britain.) and Exchange ivl-graph Agency; and in America, the New York Times. Herald-Tribune. Associated Preas. and the Nortii Aii«'fiean Newspaper Alli ance. Mnlti-r from the London Times does nol express that news paper's view unless so stated

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SYDNEY'S DRY SPELL Ail Records May be Broken [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 12 August 1946

SYDNEY'S DRY SPELL All Records/May be Broken SYDNEY. Monday: If no rain falls befcie 0 a.m. tomorrow, Sydney's all time reci-.i-d c-l '?'?- consecutive days wlli be broken. In the 24 hours up to !: a.m. tcday tl»''v ft'as little rain °'*r NSW fiiilv 1^1' f:l!ls be'ne reported in Fa.sitin liiveiina and the South ern Tnni:laiids. with an :solnteo (jInvl. .„„. of [ij-i points at Adatninably Hi'Ii tf-mperaiiircs, ranging up to 86 dcuires 'I- B:llil'»:l' ancl CofI's Harbor were r.-cord'-il y.'stcrday, and shortly after .-nidi'-isi'' Sydney had the highest -iiM'iiii _C!) ti — ever recorded for rhfc i ,'V (ll ,;„. year. The previous best '?'?'s 07 ri '' AtWl'St 3D. 1885. A; in :i ni. today Syduey's maximum ' ' ? | ,| ...rces. which was more tlia'n tt,'.' ('?'?'?? ?v- his1''1' 'lnn yesterdiv. 'ri-i-ijril iiiaxiinum is forecast lit. i- i ??--»:?

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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THREAT TO LEAGUE CODE Poor Refereeing Coaching Proposal [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 12 August 1946

THREAT TO LEAGUE CODE Poor Reiereeing Coaching Proposal Recent ? demonstrations against referees in Group Nine. including a Ycung official, and allsgatlons of In competence, have resulted In a sug gestion that city referees be brought to the provincial areas to coach their ccuntry confreres. It is contended that, unless something is done, the Rugby League code may not survive in Mid cntith. On several occasions lately, says the Tumut paper, reference has been made in these columns to the poor standard of referees in the group, and the croup authorities will have to tackle the problem straight away if football is to survive. One solution to the .'ifiieultv would be for the group W get a referee like Mr. Tom McMahon [rcrr. Sydney to coach the referees in the group. 'This could be done when th? delegates from each club meet for a group meeting. Tlie referees from each town could travel with the delegates . and spenrt the day listening to lectures and ask ing questions on various aspect...

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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BOWLS [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 12 August 1946

BOWLS The final stage of the club's handi cap pairs event was reached on Sun day, when both semi-final matches wer-s played, resulting in wins .for Smart and Bruderlin, and for Steele and Barr. These two pairs will now contest the final, probably during next week end. '? ? ? ' '- ' ' Smart and Bruderlin had 'rather Sn easy win in their match with crokor and Kinsey, not being ' ' headed throughout the game,- to' come out victors by 29 paints to '18. Steele and Barr, who defeated Kingston and'Do'o bie. won by 31 points to 26, and seemed to have the edge on their opponents right from the 'start. ? The final of the event should be evenly contested, with both pairs hav ing- an excellent chance of success. The green was well patronised over the week-end, and on Sunday mem bers had the opportunity of extending a hearty welcome to the members of the Tumut club in Messrs. Stathis and Moozat, botli joining in games and having an enjoyable visit. Results: Semi-finals club . handicap pairs: Sma...

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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RAHWAY FORFEITS [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 12 August 1946

n. ti I. WAY FORFEITS The Railway forfeited their third grade engagement with Wallendbeen yesterday.

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