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COOTAMUNDRA VISITS TEMORA Next Sunday [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 13 August 1946

COOTAMUNDRA VISITS TEMORA Next Sunday Cootamundra will visit Tcmora for a game 011 Sunday next. Cootamundra owed Temora u game from early in the season, but the To-I mora club generously offered to pliy on a 50/50 gate basis. It will be Cootamundra 's final run before the Malier Cup engagement, 011 Saturday, August 24.

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CRICKET Preparations for Coming Season [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 13 August 1946

CRICKET Preparations for Coming Season As the Cootamundra and District Crbket Association proposes to mcet| cn Friday, August 30. town and district clubs, old and new. are asked to have their annual meetings prior to thr I date. It is probable there will be an in crease in the number of teams in th; Merrin Cup Competition, while there is aLso a likelihood that a Saturday competition ;will be lield. j I

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FOOTBALL [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 13 August 1946

FOOTBALL A delightful exhibition of Rugby - League' was witnessed at Gundagai on I Sunday.' The' visiting Canberra team j played the open type of football which thrills (lie crowd. Although beaten by I 11 points to 6. it was the visitors who | brought the crowd to its feet in many j glorious movements. Their backs mov ed fast, combining well, handling with swiftness and certainty. Gundagai won because the inside backs were certain in defence and the local forwards were superior lo tiie visitors' vanguard.

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LOCAL & GENERAL FIRE ALARM, BUT NOTHING SERIOUS! [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 13 August 1946

LOCAL & GENERAL FIRE ALARM- BUT NOTHING snuous! The Cootamundra fire, bell rang at about 10 this morning, but fortunately the brigade's services were saved, as well as serious damage. The scene was I he Sutton street factory of Conkcy and Sons. Tiie men ai work in the smoke room had been suddenly 'smoked' out. In vfAligaiinn showed some shavings alight ; and lir.vc were promptly al tended to. I

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SPORTING GOLF SUNDAY'S PLAY AT COOLAC [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 13 August 1946

|jgp| | GOLF I SUNDAY'S PLAY AT C'OOI-AC A pleasant day's golf eventuated at Conine 011 Sunday. In tiie morning play consisted of daniulian mixed four some. whilst in the afternoon handicap ^ events were played. j Results; ' Canadian Mixed Foursome; Mr. and Mrs. Armour 311. Mr. and Miss Dunn 341. Mr. and Mrs. Hitchins 34J. B. Vin cent and Mrs. Smith 371. Mr. and Mrs. West 39. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver 391. R. Attwood and Miss Hltchens 40i. Mr., and Mrs. O. Vincent 46. Members 18-hole Stroke Handicap: G. Armour 67 (nettl. M. Vincent 69. C. Sullivan 71. P. Carberrv 72. W. West 73. R. Hitchcns 74, J. Dunn 75. C. Vincent 81. J. Scott 82. O. Vincent 82, M. Oliver 84. H. Hnrpiey 87. R. Roberts 101. Associates' 18-hole Stroke Handicap: Mrs. Hitciiens 73. Mrs. Oliver 81. Mrs. Vincent 02. Mii.s Hltchens 05.

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THAT RECORD RIDE AROUND AUSTRALIA! [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 13 August 1946

THAT IIKIOIUI HIDE AKOIM) Al'STRAI.IA! The iiliuvi' serial, running through this journal far :!1 issues, ronclmli's In- | ilay. A short arcimnl cf the ii'ii/; ri'le 1 liad aunciiri'il in lite book, 'The Last of the; Explorers' being the life and 'adventures of Donald Mai'kuy, C.li.E., of Tyrt'cl 1'iiiiit, I'urt Hacking, owner , of /'Walli'iH'.'.iccii' Station, anil now j aged 70; but it remained for the news- 1 taper in the ili' triet to which tlic | founder cf the esteemed Maekay fain- 1 ily came, over a century ago, lo liavc the' iileasure of liublisliimr the full icxl. . .. . ' , To jbike-minileil readers, the serial lia^ had its especial appeal, as also to those of tin's district niio know per sonally tin's lough adventurer, to whom liis brother' Jiin' (the late Brigadier General Kenneth Mackay) said, when seeing him off en one of the expedi tions to map the tiien unknown por tions : of , Australia's inland, 'Donald, .vcu never seem to be happy unless you arc uncomfortable!' The...

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ASSOCIATES' NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 13 August 1946

ASSOCIATES' NOTES Associates have now commenced mid week competitions each Wednesday, and they are confident that this ven tuie will be highly successful, as 14 leavers participated on the first day, the 18-hole stroke being won by Mrs. j Murphy with a nett 68. 1 Next Wednesday an 18-holc staple- j ford will be played, and Mrs. Dimklcy wiil welcome a large field. Come along, j associates, tiie links are yours un this day! | During tills week the championship semi-final resulted: Mrs. Hulford de- j lea ted Mrs. Scott. 4 and 3; Mrs. Smart ileleated Mrs. Rawson. 1 up. | Next Friday Mrs. Hulford and Mrs. 1 Smart will play t'he final. Tills should be an extremely interesting match, and it Ls « long time since any event has so captured the interest of all asso ciates. Perhaps the busiest person recently lias been the handicapper. who slashed recently the handicaps of Me.sdame.s Smith, Cooper. K. Williams, Murphy, and Muss Hardwick. ThLs Ls pleasing, as it is a sure si-gn that our standard...

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 13 August 1946

N:ver neglect Colds, take Woods' Great Peppermint Cure

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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TRAVELLERS STOPPED BY MAN WITH TORCH AND GUN [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 13 August 1946

TRAVELLERS STOPPED BY MAN WITH TORCH j AND GUN \ Til t:i stopped on the roadside by a; man ;..ny:!.; a tor-.-h and a l'itle was | tin- unenvi :b!e experience ol two dele-! ^ate' :i-':ii t lit' Orenti il football i:lub ?.vliei'. t!.o\ Wire iia-.'-llii:^ by ear to Bendii k Mc.neil. reports the Young : ??Chronic-le.' On arrival at Bendkk Mnrreli. one nf tiie dejvte... Mr. Walters, informed tiir p.-st master. Mr. U. Ko^an. :bai I hey iiad been slnpped un tiie Seeii.e Hisiiway. four miles Hum liendi'-k i-: . .1 man wlio flashed a toreli into and asked them their name -.vhenee they had come. On reie;-. 0.K.. you can so 011.' ,Mr. Hogau. who i.s president ol ':a Bendirk Murreli football club. 1111:1: cHaio.y telephoned the Koorawa'.:;. police station and advised Const.,! 1.'irs;-e!ass Creevey..who pxsscd the lormalion on to the police at Y01111-. Hut. Keatui-i. Det -Constable I.mi, .1 irrt Seniur-Constabk'.s Lowther :? .' immediatoiy lor Eer.dick Mnrreli. iiity made inquiries and later i|....

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 13 August 1946

Hand grace arid beauty Women's hands were meant to !;r useful; yes. and they can bo soft I white, and lovely, too. Charmosan liquid cream hand lo tion is used by many thousands' or won™ who are the proud possessore of well-groomed hands. Cared for bv this famous liquid cream Bnd usedi gracefully, beautiful hands are a trem endous asset to any woman. Charmosan hand lotion is so soft -d lovely to use. So .soothing a ,d comforting to tin. -*1., r, ® .. great pleasure of Hand comrort all the 101HKI by using this famous liquid cream regularly. q It is so dazzling white, so generou1;- 1 so economical. ' waste Charmosan sand lotion Non-sticky. Non-greasy. Bi„ hnt tie, 2/. Small, 1/ Sn1,, B'8 110 ? ? ' Sol-l overywhero.

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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RECORD RIDE AROUND AUSTRALIA PER PUSH BIKE NIGH 50 YEARS AGO SEVEREL RECORDS BROKEN INCLUDING THE 11,000 MILES ROUND (NO. 31.) [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 13 August 1946

RECORD RIDE AROUND ^AUSTRALIA PER PUSH BIKE NIGH 50 YEARS AGOi (Bv Donald Mackay, C.B.E.) SEVERAL RECORDS BROKEN INCLUDING THE 11.0110 MILES HOUND 1 No. 31.1 In Hie morning 1 March 4. we were called early by a robust -laokinu that camped 011 the tie beam above, and started to crow ionic hemic day hmik. Otu* hosi shouted i-orri-b'' i--' break- t fast, and belcre ieavini- pointed out toj us the short cut to the nuh; road. rli's | was in follow the telf.raph line 1' | six miles we snot tin- road, bu! Hiat six miles li.ui been ron^li -and and scrub all the way. Once 01: tin- i oaf:, we p-t lair 11111 :mu I' tVarilia Rod:-. These were of a liiin '-iofie 'i ! 101: and situated oil | top oi a Ili,;. We did not look fori Mate:, laii I believe it was to be found ;h-- Ij.u ii of the rocks. I i :v !u ii:ere to Yanbayaby Station the ! .: .. k -.vas splendid, l'uliini: up. we J :..ui ri-;reshments. For the next 10 1 i ne track was perlcet; then the | bei;an to Ret sandy. At first] \.r ,-a:.d was...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 13 August 1946

COHEN'S COMER FORMS SEAGRASS MATS - Oval Shape ? r 5/11 11/9 15/6. - SEAGRASS SQUARES ' nf_ - . HEARTH RUGS 19/f 21/ ' : 5/ 35/' 57/S 79/6 FELTEX RUGS 1 21/ i , DOOR SLIPS : 1 : ?4i W:. JUTE RUNNERS ; 6/11 7/11 10/6 HAIRCORD HALL RUNNER 14/6 AXMINISTER . HALL RUNNER.. ' . 2S/YD. AXMINSTER ; I BODY CARPET I 45/ m I SHEEPSKIN, FLOOR RUGS: i 39/6 4 9/ 6 ' * 5 i^6 ; , . . I COHEN'S . CORNER where you ^ ' 'Buy Better'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 13 August 1946

PROFESSIONAL J. & R. A. SPEIRS Optometrists AUSTRAL CHAMBERS SII5. It. A. SI'HIRS, F.I.o! Hon. (Syil.) CONSULTATIONS: Thursdays, 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. . Fridays. 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Office open Monday to Saturday for adjustments and replacements. I ?plione, Cootamundra 185. fur ap pointments. ; EYES NEED ATTENTION I GET EXPERT ADVICE ABOUT YOUR EYES personally from Mr. H. K. Barraciough, O.B.O.A. a ho will be In attendance a'- the CENTRAL HOTEL on l'riil.iy. Sept. (I, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. alio 'i lim-iluy, Sijit. 12. from a a.m. to 11 I1IIOII. I Appointments niuy be made at tVi'.WH* a. VilC jkwciici. 'Cootamundra Daily Herald' TfESOAV. AUGUST 13 194G

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 13 August 1946

jsgty jn ? fl f\ jgiaausasai] BanSI^M If \W HI o EFFICIENT SERVICE ^ ||j| O PERSONAL ATTENTION || ||| 9 OUTSTANDING FACILITIES || HI 0 BIGGER RETURNS II !|| HI1 Fousr are Yours II BB when you consign your H §11 w©m, || || STOCK I ill aND PRODUCE HI I|1 PITT, SON & BADGERY LTD. Ill §| 4 O'CONNELL STREET, SYDNEY ||| |M| DARBY STREET. NEWCASTLE BBS iHl Branch Offices: BOOROWfl, CROOKWELL ; III Run Write for our free four-page Weekly 'Market Report ; IHI w hicii gives accurate quotations for all markets and IBI RRnR discussions on future trends. i W '- - l'S.246 H| THIS IS THE LIBERAL PARTY'S POLICY .? 1. A GUARANTEED PRICE BASED UPON THE COST OF PRO DUCTION. SUBJECT TO ADJUSTMENT IF THE COST RISES. 2. EXEMPTION OF THE 1945-46 CROP FROM THE SCHEME. 3. THE PERIOD OF THE GUARANTEE TO BE OVER A PERIOD OF TEN YEARS (NOT FIVE YEARS), TO ENABLE WHEAT FARMERS TO PLAN DEVELOPMENT OF THEIR PROPERTIES OVER A LONGER PERIOD. No fixed price made now and destined to last for a period of years...

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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FARMER CLAIMS £4663 For Acquired Wheat [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 13 August 1946

| FARMER CLAIMS (£4663 For Acquired Wheat A High Cor:'-, writ is.suod ??lain:, a higher rrtr.rn ! '-r 1945-46 wheat crop acqniied i;\ :ii. Wheat H'.mrd u:.:;.-r National Security Regulations. ; The writ, viueli was ismed i,v Ocoige Harol.-; Griffiths, tarmfi' and v e.ra/ier. c,l Mn.abah. f-nbes is another ' t :-p in the '.'??I Ijattle '\er wheat . prices. ? Reeeiitlv. : ;r.gal'o Ptv.. Lttl . e! Wentworti. Bill vvot'd. issvie.-i writ rlamiir.t *:3.'»11 '-mper. .-t i m f ? tile Common'.' al'h's ai'ni:a-i:)i: wheat. ' : i In the V. i :: is-md \-..:ei I.e. declaration that Na 1 'Wheat Acquisition i '? ?' ; ::valid. ; are the Common - tor Agriculture -:i» AiLstralian V.'r.eat !!? a: ; tn silo.'' ai\! bagged '?'? - i in Griinths' claim : '? -f £8797 claimed to I .1:1 i ar!:n3wled^cd ? ved by Griffiths. ' ' .;: :nti:s claims dam by the Atis 1b '' . ' ir-| by Barry. N''-r- : Hunter str.et. 3yd

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INDIAN CONGRESS PARTY Invited to Form Interim Government [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 13 August 1946

INDIAN CONGRESS PARTY Invited to Form Interim Government NEW DELHI'. Tuesday: The vice roy. Lord Wavcll. has invited con gress Party leader, Pandit Nehru. Ui make proposals for the immediate formation of an interim Government.

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SYDNEY'S DRY SPELL RECORD Tumut River Rising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 13 August 1946

SYDNEY'S DRY SPELL RECORD Tumut River Rising SYDNEY Tuesday: Brilliant sun shine today ushered In Sydney's 33rd consecutive rainless dny— the longest dry spell ever recorded in Sydney. The previous best was 32 consecutive days from May 6 to June 7. 1917. Elsewhere in the State bizarre con ditions prevail. At Klandra three Inches of snow fell today. In the north-wc.st and western areas warm weather ha;« aggrav.it t:l the critical drought conditions whirl-, aiv becoming worse dally, while in the Tumut area snow has vani-iv.ti trom the peaks ol the Bowgong Range and a radio warning was given toda;. '.a stock owners to remove their stock tr. high ground, as the Tumtit river con tinues to rise six inches houily. In the Rivcrina rain was ae.ain tai ling at Wagga and Albury. and a bumper wheat crop seems assured.

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PALESTINE British Statement [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 13 August 1946

PALESTINE British Statement LONDON, Tuesday: The British! Government annour.ci: i; had i:i-| strutted the Palestine ..i.thorilio:-: tji.it I I the reception to Pale-tine or immigrants must cias- I Traffic at pre.sen: i ii!:c !v to ad versely affect the lii.pc, ?, g.-ivr.i: settlement m Palestine. Immigrant arriving illegally will lie ,:'.nv;\vcd U cryprus and el::euiiere. and h:»u:;e(i in camps Willi; liieir |utu:v is decided. The »i:i:e:neiit d./i hired that rv.»i' d'velsp:i:e:i:,-, levelled the illegal i:n miiiiaii' ?ia!iie ,i.. i v. i:ies|;i ead. hiuh ly-i-.'((.:i.!-e,-! lacvemnr Mtpp »rto(i u- very larye enntribilltniis tri :;i /.iiniist | -ntin (? . v.!:::'n unsi Mipult.''!-. perrtcuisl iiti.it up :n an af.em:;- l ine th'-j I\ ei,nii.ei:'\ hands :? ,M' 1 he fi'.-l ' in *? i t Pal ..tine.

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STATE POLICE CORDON For Missing Gunman [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 13 August 1946

! STATE POLICE CORDON For Missing Gunman SYDNEY. Tuesday: Police havel thrown a cordon practically round the] whole of the State in ihcir el torts ,o: catch Keith George Hope. 23. who i wanted for questioning in cotu-.e, ;i,-n with the fatal- shooting of Dvte:tlvc Victor Aherli, 40. ai Matraville. on Sunday. , 'He cannot get. out ol N.SAV. He is hemmed in.' u police .sjyikosman sain today.

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INTERNATIONAL BLACK MARKET JACKET A Family Affair [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 13 August 1946

INTERNATIONAL 3LACK MARKET JACKET A Family Affair I-ONHON. Tue.-day: A single Ke'.v Yuri: family, operating in Il rlin. P.u h. New York, and Shanghai, is alleged to havs cper.tted a liitiUi-million dol'ar international bla::k marke' racket, says neuter':; Berlin currca-l pondent. ,.The operators allpefdly . dealt in j amo'ng other things, diamonds. ci;;a'.' ettes. rugs, silks, peniciilin. currency perfumes, watches, and clothes, whk'h were bought up in one country by one member of the family, and shipped tr. Ilie other countries to a broth:: better situated for turning the hmi: over. Printed and published by William ' Henry Plnkstone; of lf-7 Wallendor.n street, cootamundra, at 'The Cnoli mundra Herald' Prinlery. 10(1 Wal lend«'-' street. Cootamundra.

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