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RESERVE GRADE GAME [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 12 August 1946

«!i«KI!VR r.RADK GAME in the reserve uracle game Tinmit defeated cootamundra by 5 points lc 2. R. Gchri« kicked a goal for Coota ''tiihi'd grade competition .... -. ..it ♦!»« WnrnlahS After lending »-i»', »??- ? defeated DC La Salic Old Boys B-5 in the third grade competition on Fislii.rj Park on Sunday, and will now mwt1 Stockinbingal next Sunday in '-he final. | For the Waratahs, F. Shurmer f.ntlj T. O'Dwyer scored tries, and J. Butler kicked a goal. T. Howse scored for the Old Boys. and M. Howse kicked the goal. ..

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

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

FEDERAL ELECTIONS Owing to pressure on space anil increased production costs, reports . of political speeches and meetings, ( broadcasts, articles, letters, ami oth er propaganda will only be inserted in this paper as advertising matter, with the exception ol a report of a candidate's opening public address. Advertising rate' may lie obtained from this office.

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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RECORD RIDE AROUND AUSTRALIA PER PUSH BIKE NIGH 50 YEARS AGO (No. 30.) [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 12 August 1946

RECORD RIDE AROUND AUSTRALIA PER PUSH BIKE i NIGH 50 YEARS AGO i i ? By Donald Mackay, C.B.E.) i i Nn. 30.) In the morning ' February 221 we ?±ct ?an fiirly .ilurt. and crossing a couple of small hills, louncl we hud camped within II mi'1''- of tlK' tank- We !lati Ureaklust. Ijtit iiiiinrtunately put wry lUlU- water ii'stn the bugs, as we had been told on il'» truck wo wo-.ilcl only strike five miles of sand and then. -3 mill's ahead, there '.vns pienty of water in Graham'.-. Tank, three miles past the loop-line leading «' Eyre's Sand Patch. A mile iii iiiir pad. and we struck the siintl. Dy m:il -day we camped imder a. lew br.:.i.e.'. having dragged our bikes 15 mii. i over .??iiiKiliills coated with low vriib. Tin; heut was intenso. and ex pcctiiitt the sand t» end every yard, all our water whs yone. Ahead we could K'C heavy 'hh-ko iimus Making anr.ihor ??tart, we battled on lor seven mil'.*, and found ourselves at the ;j;i -;? the J-'»'I» ul-- ttU' below is.-, i-.iici i-xfndlr.; ...

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WHAT'S ON? (As Advertised in This Issue.) [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 12 August 1946

WHAT'S ON? (As Advertised in This Issue.) ! Th'uis., Aug. ID: Bethuugra annual Convent ball. | Tliurs.. Aug. 15: Card Party in Parish Hall. | Fri., August IB: Servicemen's Smoko at the country Club, at 7.:',o. | Sal., Aug. 17: Greyhound Racing on Fisher Park. j Fri.. Oct. 18: Dancv at Mmtama. in aid of C.W.A. Hostel Fiilitl. j Auctions ; Fri., Aug. 16: Cootamundra Fort-. nightly Market. 1 Eat.. Aug. 31: Auction Sale of Land,1 Slock. Plant, etc., by C. H. Ellsrman & Co. I

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FOOTBALL COOTAMUNDRA'S CONVINCING WIN [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 12 August 1946

FOOTBALL COOTAMUNDKA'S CONVINCING WIN Playing the best football they have shown on Fisher Park this season, Cootamundra defeated Tumut 13-nil in the last match of the Group Niu-3 Competition. ?.???? ? There were no scores at half-tini;. but the Cootamundra attack sharpen ed' in the second half, and threa splendid tries were scored. 'The 'Tumut players showed signs' ol wear and tear from the heavy pro gramme of Mahsr-Cup and competi tion games, and they spelled K. and S. Wade and W. and C. Harereaves, and Fields. Their replacements, 'how-wr played good football, and the boy.-: from the hills fought every inch of the way as success meant that they be come zone finalists in the Group Nine Compstition. As it Is now, Tumut-. Gundagai, and Junee share that ho-.ior The game was fast and open froi.i the start, with the Cootamundra for wards, led by G. Greig and G. Ball, showing a lot more dash than usual. Cootamundra missed two chances of .scoring, one when Crowe kicked, with Greig and Cohe...

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"ROBOT HARE" PROPOSED FOR GOULBURN [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 12 August 1946

'KOIJOT HAKE' 1'KOJ'OSED FOR I GOUMIUKN ' Consideration is being given by City Council authorities to a proposal that an electrical 'robot hare' should be installed on Goulhurns new coursing track at the recreation area. Although no definite plans have been adopted by council for the area, it is known that the suggestion concerning the robot hare has received considera tion, and inquiries will doubtless be i allied out lo determine the cost of in stallation, etc. On the present straight track at the racecourse, the hare is drawn by wires .liivfii In- electricity. After each race the wires have to be attended to. cn lailin-:; work for two men. It is understood that the robot hare is a complete unit with electrical fit tings, and at present is only installed on several tracks in the State.

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GREYHOUND RACING COOTAMUNDRA MEETING NEXT SATURDAY [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 12 August 1946

GREYHOUND RACING COOTAMUNDRA MEETING NEXT SATURDAY The Cootamundra coursing Clu'J will race again on Fisher Park on Saturday afternoon next- | Nominations close on Wednesday night. I

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SPORTING TURF [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 12 August 1946

SgsQgggSK*'''.'.' '.''31 TURF J. Naughton, jockey, and W. J. Bry-. ant. owner, and the hovs-- Benburb were 'disqualified for improper prac-( ticc by the steward (Mr. Mitchell) at Gienfell on June, 12. They apptwlod! against the disqualification, and the appeal was heard by the W.D.Tt.A. at Orange on Thursday night. It was dismissed, and the disqualification 'l-' | held.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 12 August 1946

SATURDAY, AUGUST 17 GREYHOUND RACING u ON FISHETt 1JAHK i ??? NOMINATIONS close on WEDNKdDAV )' :;; ' J s. HAIR, Secretary. ; FOR SALE | APPLES DrHi-iinis, |:,m,.v grade, 20/ per casi ' Drlifimis. fci!,,i grade, 17/ case. i Delicious, v.-ronrt grade, 10/ case. j Granny Smith, fancy firade, 14/ case. Urann- Suiitli, gooil grade, 12/ case. Gramn Smilli, domestic gradp, 1(1/' ? ] Granny Suilli, 2nd erade, 8/ case. i PleiM arid 2 ireight on cadi carf. ' SVPER FLAVOR ! VALLE ORCHARDS j( Phone: Batlow 27. '? I 'ermelo studios I THE ONLY LOCAL ICESIUFNT I S'lTDIOS. j THEIR WORK IS OF THE HIGHEST. STANDARD. | I'ATKOMSr. JT, AM) REALLY SIIO1' LOCALLY ' j HE ONE OF T!iF. MANY SATISFIED ( | PATRONS. ! | TAXI SEP.VICE j J WISH TO unify tl-.o Pv.'jU:- Hi;,- i ; have puiv'.instd ih.. Taxi oi: :? ? ness epernted bv Mr. Frank Quinl.in.i and will be |-;ean-d in oiler -::?'. ..]?! night scrvirc fur .?.!:?-: i r,r l-uv.; d:.--j tance.s for nil i-lifii:.- at anv time. | A trial is s:.iir::c,i. am! :or ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 12 August 1946

THANKS jyp.S. NORTON WARD d.-sires iO thank all who helped in any way l« x'.v.ke the Street Stall the financial succtsj. it was.

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MR. WARREN MCDONALD C.P. Candidate for Hume Speaks at Cootamundra [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 12 August 1946

mr. warren McDonald C.P. Candidate for Hume j Speaks at Cootamundra ' Mr. Warren McDonald, Country1 Party candidate for Hume, and who Is confidently tipped by his many ad mirers to beat Mr. A. N. Fuller. Labor j M.H.R., at the .forthcoming elections, received an enthusiastic welcome at a well-attended meeting in the As sembly Room on Friday night. j Mri Max McClintock. president of the Cootamundra branch of the Coun try Party, occupied the chair, and in- i troduced Mr. McDonald, saying, 'After September 28 he will be your Member.' , Voices: Hear, hear! The .chairman also introduced Col. G. J. Bowden, M.H.R., uf Gippsland, and Mr. Wlhton G. Turnbull. M.H.R., I of Wimmera, a returned soldier and prisoner of this war. 1 Mr. McDonald said he was very pleased that Col. Bowden and Mr., Turnbull had come from Canberra to help him. The election campaign was now 'virtually open. j 'I propose,' he said, 'to win the seat : by attacking the Government for its failure to govern. I do not intend ...

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CHURCH NOTICES CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 12 August 1946

CHURCH NOTICES CHURCH OF ENGLAND Monday, August 12. Meeting of .11011 to lorm C.S.O.M. Group. 8. 'Hies.. Aug. 13: Street, .stall in aid of thi.1 Sports Queen, Miss 'Tim' Smith. Wednesday. Aiii'.nst 14, Christ Church. Holy Communion. 7.3(1. Thur.-iday. August 15. Card Parly in aid of Tennis Club. 3. Friday, August, 16. Choir Prnc'.i'.e 7.15; Y.A. Meeting a. Sunday, August iii. i.'th Sunday ii:t':r Trinity, Christ Cluin-h. Holy Com munion, 8; Family Eucharist. 8.30: Evensong, 7.30. Betluuigra. Uvunsotig 3 Rev. A. W. Harris. Hector. METHODIST Monday. 7.30 p.m.: B:nV Meeting of O.K. Wednesday. 7.30 p.m.: Christian E:i deavour meeting. Friday, 7.30 p.m.: Meeting i:f Co-j:.i- numdra Church Tni.-H'i.:-. Sunday. 11th: 11 a.m. .service con ducted by Mr. P. Playlunl; 7,;io p.m.! srrvicD conducted by Rt-v. R. .!. Cashin1 1 Communion). Sunday school, 2::v p.m. R. J. CASH1N. Minister

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

WOOL The Minister for Commerce and Ag- 1 riculturc iHon. W. J. Scully) made the following statement in the House of Representatives regarding the Wool Disposals Plan: The war-time wool purchase ar rangement under which the United winni-inm fiovcmment acquired Aus tralian wool clips during the seasons 1339 to lfl« provided that, should the sale bv U.K. of acquired raw wool for use outside the United Kingdom pro duce a profit over the whole psri'id of the arrangement, such profit would be divided equally between the two I Governments. It was an essential feature of the arrangement that pro- 1 fits, if any. could only be determined j at the winding up of the whole, scheme. In 1942 the Prime Minister (the lata Mr. Ctirtin). in nnswer !o a question in Parliament, gave an under taking that the Commonwealth share of any such profits would be dis tributed to woolarowers in nronortlon to their contribution of wool to the scheme during its operation. The war-time arrangement was merged into t...

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

COPIES OF THE 'COOTAiWUNDRA DAILY HERALD' MAY UK OBTAINED FROM THE FOLLOWING AGENTS: Coolamundra — H. Ekln, Wallendoon Street. J. Mullins, Parker Street. Cosy Corner cafe, No. 3, Parker St F. Legge, Parker Street. Scrivener Bros., Wallcudoon St. - SlockinbiiiKul— S. J. H. Wilburs. Wallendbcen— W. J. Palmcr A. D. Devlin HetlmtiKta — Frank Dillon.

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

We welcome reports of different nii;:iiiisaliuiis, .sporting bodies, etc., Imt a-.;; llutl, where possible, 'copy' lie in by I o'clock on Fridays for Mmid.itS issue, and thereafter by 1 on the il.iv preceding publication. We u'Uli tu avnld having to hold anything .ivir till the following iiuue. Every child needs // JU-. J*f n 'Id mornings give yout lidd.es the protective INNER WARMTH that comes from a piping.hot GRANOSE broakfasll Particularly rich in whole wheat goodness including the valuable heot-producing carbohydrates — and fortified with added VITA MIN Bl-S,ono,e have been a firm favourite with mothers in colder countries for nearly four generations. They save time in tho kitchen, too, bocauso you JUST ADD HOT MILK! Obtain at\%tu, a' 9'0C8's- ' FREE 'A Book About Babies' by a well known medical authority on bringing up baby. Write to Sanitarium Hearth Food Co. P.O. BOX 9 PETERSHAM, NS.W. I 'AUNT I I BAKING POWDER i ! -.Iways ensures success, when used with any good plain \ J f...

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

PERSONAL Mr. It. J. Louche, who on Saturday finished his position with the Coota mundra Municipal Council as assistant clerk, after 22 years, was asked by the staff to meet them all after hours on Friday; and, with Mr. S. Dunkley (town clerk) in the chair, there was nn as semblage of 25, who presented Mr. Louche with a wallet. Warm appre ciations were expressed tit Mr. Louche's courtesy to them at all times. 'Next Monday night Mr. Louche has been in vited to attend the council meeting. when the aldermen will add their ap preciation of this excellent retired of ficial.) At the funeral' of the late Mr. Frank j Cole, wreatlis were from hi* loving j wife and daughter; Mary. Sam and! Phillip; Bill. Myrtle and Ian; Claude, Phyllis and David; Gladys. Joe and family; Mary. Ted nnd family; Mr. and Mrs. G. Whiles and family; Tur ner Family; Mr. and Mrs. StiUilille and family; Mr. and Mrs. W. Hearne: Mr. and Mrs. W. Ruskin; Mr. and Mrs. P. Lltti'e and family; Mr. .and Mrs. Flynn and ramily, Mr...

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

How much money will you Invc when the time comes i ,o put your post-war plans tuo practice ? What a build ' ??'-,'„ will give your Sav in-s~! Put your savings to work now and keep saving. Remember... Savings Cer- j tificites worth £8 will yield ; £IU in ' years. j Invest in the future ... \ BUY SAVINGS I CERTIF1CATES | and 6° SAVINGS i CERTIFICATE STAMPS SMALL AOVTS.— Wanted. Found. Lost. To -Let. For Sale, tic— are Otl per line per issue (0 words to a line), with a minimum charge iif 1/6. WANTED. Of 'it': in Coo'.nmundrn, m eoud ]-uMtii)n. Apply thi.s office. WANTED, position by competent typisio. Apply this, olliec. WANTED. Tiansport In Melbourne of small quantity ol Frasil1.' Goods within six weeks. Apply this oilice. WANTED. Piano cr Player P:a:io cash buyer, out cf order no objev'.iori. Must have full iron iranie. Reply. j 1 stating make, price, etc.. to Mr. Liu.i.s.1 care this office. LOST. Male Ferret. Finder please r? ! turn to A. Brcmhatn. No. 1 Bapaume i Street. Reward. La...

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

1O ilbCAL AND CITV' ADVERTISERS 'XiffllDRA DAILY HERALD' (Established in 1377) Is the Only Newspaper in the 'Convng City' of Cootamun dra — the largest town in the State Electorate of Temoio. It is the news and advertising medium for the surround ing centres of Wallendbeen, Stockinbingal, Bethungra, and Muttama, all within a .radius of 12 to 15 miles, ond circulates over a wide range of rich country between Cootamundra and the surrounding towns of Murrumburrah- Harden (25 miies away), Gundagai (37), Junee !36), Temora (34), and Young (32). * Cootamundra is almost the half-way rail centre between Sydney and Melbourne, with^branches on both sides — a four way centrepot with a network of railways unsurpassed by any provincial portion of the Commonwealth. Town industries include Flour M'i, Rice Mill, Soapworks, Timber Yards, Butter and Bacon Factory, Clothing Factory. District: Extensive Piggery, 25-acre Saleyards and Rest ing Paddocks. Primary Production: Wool, Wheat, Meat, Dairying, e...

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BIG GAME HERE ON SUNDAY Tumut May Withdraw [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 13 August 1946

BIG GAME HERE ON SUNDAY Tumut May Withdraw There is a suggestion that Tumut may withdraw from the Group Nine Competition. Tumut, Junee, and Gundagai tied for first place in Zone 2 of the com petition. Gundagpi and Junee are to play off at Cootamundra next Sunday. ? Junee has already engaged a special train for the match. FINAL POINTS The final points in the Southern Zone of the competition after Sun day's play are as follows: . Gundagai ? 22 Tumut ? ? 22 Junee ? 22 Temora ? 13 Cootamundra ? u

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