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BRITAIN WORST FED NATION [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 4 July 1946
BRITAIN WORST FED NATION j LONDON. Thursday: On:; of the i i l'li-ycs! p.iious of uproar known in the j IJiT.TiU Parliament foilmv'-d a .state- i incut in the Koine cf Commons by the ' J inrmi-r Minister for AHiiiuilture, Mr. I ' Kftlsnn. tlir.t. v:ll'.\ i':/; exception of : ? Get many and ? Austria.. Bil'.-iin lookodi j like i::in-- liie worii fed v/l.ite lia'ion j | in tile world.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 4 July 1946
H DON'T ? ? buy Iff ? Win t dun oh catches tip uiiii .Jchi.hi-' you'll get one twice .i-, i:.'.-l far ''If 'he money. Wi-.Ui1-- linying on a limited I'li.nfei:! f'rtcs prices upward. I'iii du! money into Savings tVsiilK-.nc!- now and have an ,;M.uMly iii-'iiotiable, interest en rvlic.l supply °f money for later lM. liny .mil hold ? SAVINGS CERTIFICATES and Gd. SAVINGS CERTIFICATE STAMPS i r,i,:;!-i! and published by William !(,.,;?.,? pnikstoiie, of 157 Wallondoon ^. ,.,,.!, cootiiiniindrn, at 'The Cnota .,i;iii(lrii Herald' .Prtntory. 10G Wal I i,,l,.ijti street, Cootamundra.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 4 July 1946
LETTERS PATENT granted for new mmvmi with J5 ACTIVE INGREDIENTS llrcrm*!:: : .', :.,,,ci.il lormu!.i .1.1,1 l:iaiiiit.iriu.::i.: (icocf .-.?!. thi Com liioiiw-Mltn '! A'l-tralu I1.11 sr.illt-vl 1ml-., I-.;.,,,, rn ,|., d.--.!-;I.i» Drug Co.up.tsiy ;.., ti...,- i,r'p.ir.ition for tre.uim; . ,.:..mi- jn,i chost caliK Tlic ii,.x--i! ? i.» a pl«»itnt-tiiht»m( blend if filtrrn .irilvn lnjiroillonla BOltclcil a. tlii- rMiIlt of capful iwlantltli: !.---\irch tor their spccil »ml ,:i:.,-,,-i:r7 I,, treating coughs and coM.*. This mlxtiii' Km li^cn m.iile avail, .ibis in II.' jjcnoial pniillc through rhoml,t» ,i,.| stores under the re. -;Mcr..,l i.mW. mnik 'MOUNTAIN MIXTURE/ ? awl th* proprietor* Kiuranire .-ti money back conditions to Rive y-,,i those liesiclits: Clo.ir.i rhoM. throat and nn»e ?IW'. reli.-I of IrrilV.ion and c'.nr.lilnr: spamur -Moothen and l»-.il» «(..-n. su.iIik-.I throat— i]lBeMlo'.riSm'.'!'l-^;''l,3'.'i37a1. ?i..n,!S.S JJSBH,. , ? ? ~m^mMB£?&m^^':'^ ???? — ? t ?...
RANDWICK WEIGHTS FOR SATURDAY And Post Positions [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 4 July 1946
RANDWICK WEIGHTS FOR SATURDAY And Post Positions Thi' following are the weights and post, positions for Saturday's Rand wick nice tins:-- | JULY Jl'VEXIMC— (i Furlongs anil 13 Yard At 1 p.m. Photmin '12i fl 0 Clair de Lime | Novcmoev '8- 7 10 -(;- 8 5 Kleeting ' ] Lady Eva 'US 3 Glimpse | Beautiful (10) 7 0. ,7, «3 Veneer i 141 7 9J Glorify Ml' K 1 Krasnoi 1 15) 7 7 Lady Game Gay Fly il3) 7 4 ..Ti 3 0 Moni Koura j Gcdara 'l'J- tl C (2) 7 0| F:«ilfu\ ??')' i! 0 Rayolile (9) 7 01 Tiic; i4- 7 12 . tih:i:i:-vi:ai:-old excol'uagi:.— ] I ! Miles and 19 Yards I At 1.35 p.m. I Etiiiiijirrgli Gay Style (3)7 8| i!li 9 0 Tychc -5- 7 fi' Ml. Mown-. Brazen j 1 2 1 8 12 Hero (1) 7 4 New Cash- Excellency mere 1I81 8 ID -10» 7 4 War Loan -(!? 8 5 King Spa Skymaster (15) 7-1 1 19 1 a 4 Mount Hope j Gold Medal- (111 7 2 list i4» 8 1 Dark Ro- i Thrums c!4) 3 1 mance ( 13 ? 7 '?! : Franjtan Tregazza i H2i 7 13 .10) 7 2 St. Buzz -7- 7 11 Kiloobee Monsoon 1 8i 7 IC -20) 7 ?') Midl-iiider ' j ,17, 7 9 JUL...
BURGLARIES AT GOULBURN Varied Haul Gained [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 4 July 1946
BURGLARIES AT GOULBURN Varied Haul Gained A series of robberies from Ooulburn homes and hotels lias occurred during the piist few days, as well as £250 j worth of rabbit skins from a local ! stcre at' the week-end. In all. some 10 cases of missiiw properly have been reported to tlii! Gculburn police during the pact three' or four days, and local residents werei advised to keep :heir premises sccuixiyj locked (luring their absence. One Goldsmith street residence war.' broken into at the week-end, and two! rings, valued at £25, were stolen. | Other case.': include the theft cf clclhing and bags of private property from local h.nels and guest houses. Police havs maintained a close wu;ch at the railway station and at other baggage stores in an effort to recover the stolen goods. Hiyh piicis ruliii' for rnbbtt Kkhis, ,I1U UL-WUVXU IU Ul *l-:i|JUIlt31Um IUI tilt number of recent thefts from sl;ln - stores in tin; State. I The Goulburn store of R. H. Hand ccck was entered at the week-end, ...
GREYHOUND RACING SATURDAY'S MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 4 July 1946
GREYHOUND RACING SATURDAY'S MKETINO The following are the nominations and selections for the Cootamundra Coursing Club's meeting 0:1 Fisher Park on Saturday afternoon, the first race to stait at 2.45 p.m.: Novice Stake, 7th grade, liUO yards: Wiima's Best, Sweet Comet. Tune's! Gift, Clare 'n Hope, Junior. Duke com- 1 rade. Muriel Mlnda, Alice Roccn-j bright. CLARE'S HOPE 1, S. COMET 2 Novice Stake, 6th grade 2nd heal : Stick Around, Swifty Lyn, Robert. Chief, The Keg, Keen Mira'.a. Rudy Vale, Lassie Macleay. Pat's Last. SWIFTY LYN 1, S. AROUND 2 Novice Stake, 6th grade, 1st heat: Ikty Isaacs, Kirk Bells, Atlanta Maid.; Sentinel Ross, Dashing Dell, Ken tucky Jean. Ruin Ridge. KIRK BELLS 1, RUIN RIDGE 2 Novice Stake, 5th grade: Handsome Rose, pimrmindu's Hops, Bright Put, HcJinas, Yhonnic Tips. Phnr Son. BRIGHT PAT 1, PHAR SON 2 Maiden Stake, 1st heat, 500 yards: Forty smackers. Flying Matilda, cole-' sity. Melody Duchess, Lcncsomo Marie. ' Tmmil Minda, Little Minda, Sevon Eleven. | T...
RAILWAY TRUCKS Rationed From Today "Use Road Services Where Practicable" Permits for Essential Goods by Road [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 4 July 1946
RAILWAY TRUCKS Rationed From Today 'Use Road Services Where Practicable' Permits for Essential Goods by Road Railway trucks are to be rationed by 10 per cent, from today in an ef-l fort to save coal. Preferential treatment will be given to coal, coastal traffic, livestock, and foodstuffs, and commodities intended ior urgent smpmeub. At Darling Harbor goods will be received on only three days a week. An additional restriction is that people are expected to use road s;r vices wherever practicable. Tiie Minister for Transport (Mr. OSullivani said last night that the cuts would naturally affect .some es sential commodities. In order to overcome this, no res triction would be placed on the road carriage of essential yoods. Tiie Commissioner for Transport (Mr. Nealo. said Mr. O'Sullivan. would immediately i;iani a permit to any operator who has essential goods to take by road. He added thai immediate endeavors would be made to have more coal made a vii liable for the railways. If successf...
TRACK GALLOPS Accession's Good Three [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 4 July 1946
TRACK GALLOPS Accession's Good Three SYDNEY, Thursday: Ridden by W Cook. Accession, this m'uiiin,;. sprint ed three furlongs in 3GI at Victoria Park. Oriental took 37 for the .'ami- dis tance. Gay King covi-red '?''?''?? mi'Iongs in 191. At Rosohill Johi.ny Zern sprmt-jd five furliings in 1 :i. Brazi-.T ran tiin- furlongs in 37'. ul H;i::dwlci:. while Russia and Kiarvf .'ir.i-ihcd four lengths in from of Shining Night at thi; end of .seven in
GOLF NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 4 July 1946
GOLF NOTES (By 'Rebuilt') We never mind the rain, bul- the cold wind made things a litU: uncom fortable for golf over the week-end; still \'J turned out on Saturday to contend the Double Trophy. M-.iny hard luck slorles were told utter the same. One chap is still kicking him srif for not weaMierins the storm. Ho liad 2G points at tlie l'.dtli. and. as 34 won the trophy. Ik- might have been ii little unlucky. What did you .say. Paul V j One tiling is certain, and that is' that the weathnr does not affect Ralph Rowe. Playing off 4 3 lvj compiled 34 j-oinl.s to win tho event. j Results: R. Rowe. 34. Is'.: E. Brooke, 29. 2nd; Dryer, 28. 3rd. Sunday afternoon's par competition pave unluckly Alf Smith a well-earned win. Results: Alf Smith. 3 down. 1st; A. Page. 4 down, and; a. Murdoch, fi down, 3rd. A team of 11 members and 5 As sociate:; jDiirnnyed to Coolac on Sun day for a .social name Although thr; temperature was 10 degrees folder i we Mirvivc-d only by the warmth of the welcome w ? ...
WIMBLEDON SINGLES Geoff Brown's Triumphant Win in the Semi-Final [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 4 July 1946
WIMBLEDON SINGLES Geoff Brown's -, ?? Triumphant Win in j the Semi-Final i LONDON. Thursday: Without Uv? loss of a set the ruthless, hard-hitting Australian, Geoff Brown, won his way to the final of.tlw men's singles atl Wimbledon. a»tl scored the greatest triumph of his career thus far by masteritiB the fine Cze:h player.' urobny. ? I The match did not produce the tense, spectacular rallies of the semi-i final between the Frenchman and t.ho American, Tom Brown, which was wen by the former after five hard sets. Scores' yesterday wcr=: Geoff Brown; beat prpbny,.. g-4.,.7-5, 6-2; Petra beat' Tom Brown, 4-6 4-0 U-'i 7-5,-8-6. ,_-,.-..', _r/ : '.
OVERSEAS NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 4 July 1946
OVERSEAS NEWS Overseas news in this newspaper i I .supplied by Australian Assopi:i!i'i! Press. Sources include In England Th' Times, Daily Telegraph. Daily M:'i' Daily Herald, Daily Express. Maiuhii er Guardian. Renter's World s-rvi:'-.1 n.-v,wi.i,in-u i-ii;-:- oi V.il(!ai 1511 .li and Exchange Telegraph Agency; ai.«i in America, the New York Ti:ti'' Herald-Tribune. Associated Press, iii'.i! the Ninth American Newspaper Alli ance. Matter from the Loiul''' Times does not express that di'a ??? paper's view unless so slated
RECORD RIDE AROUND AUSTRALIA PER PUSH BIKE NIGH 50 YEARS AGO (NO. 4) ON THE WAY TO CHARLESTON [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 4 July 1946
AROUND AUSTRALIA PER PUSH BIKE NIGH 50 YEARS AGO (By Donald Mackay, C.B.E.) (NO. 4) ON THE WAY TO CHARLESTON Nsxt day, 25th August, we had to retrace our steps back to the main road. The road was again very muddy, and much walking had to be done. Seeing an old deserted hotel near the road, we Inspected the garden, but, as mignc oe expected, the fruit was olf. From here we struck sandy .ind block soil alternately. A fine lagoon showed duck and waterfowl in ploncyJ Emerging from some low hills, we! came on a pretty moon-shaiied plain. It was a regular basin; its diameter would have been over a mile. Tin; telegraph line ran across its centre, the road following the same course. It was regular 'devil devil' country, and .so bumpy that, after a couple of hundred yards, we decided to walk Die rest. On Joining the opposite side we wen; again union™ small hills, covered with loose basalt rocks. Riding wi fairly risky. At last We .were on the black soil again, and. reaching the telegraph sta...
BRISBANE'S CRISIS [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 4 July 1946
BRISBANE'S CRISIS BRISBANE, Thursday: Ttie com plete breakdown of Brisbane's normal life is fast developing. The whole of tlie city comnicrri.il life has been disrupted by the meat and coal strike, and dismissals m in dustries are mounting rapidly. FUlnwing the breakdown in Tues day's conference between the slrikiiv; meat workers ami the employers, ap plications for Government relief aro Increasing, and have already px-wed the 0000 mark. The strike is now four months eld. having originated with the dismissal i-! four bacon factory workers. Recently the waterside workers and c:al miners joined the meat worki'. ; in their strike. Work in factories )? fust disappearing, while railway sup |;li:s of coal are almost gone.
SPORTING WAGGA RACE RESULTS PYRAMUS WINS HANDICAP [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 4 July 1946
-j^'a^S^lLf 1-^CTuajl j WAGGA RACE RESULTS PYRAMUS WINS HANDICAP Odds-on favorite. Caladin, wns beat en by Pyrnmus In the Handicap at the Lewishnm Hospital meeting yesterday. Caladin -G. Stopliem started at G'4 on. and Pyramus iM. Gray) at 7/2. The second Restricted Handicap was won by Mason Line 'L. Carton, 13 1. The Welter Handicap was a match race between Liberty Man -K. Smit'.ih 2's on. and Friotis -G- Stephen), 7,4, and the former won easily. Prices of winners published in our yesterday's issue were: Jack's La--,:. 10,9 on; stalrcd, G to 1; Patroller. 7 2.
LABOR PROPAGANDA ADVERTISEMENT Mr. Menzies Bitter About It [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 4 July 1946
LABOR PROPAGANDA ADVERTISEMENT Mr. Menzies Bitter About It CANBERRA. Thursday: 'The Aus tralian Labor Party advertisement in a newspaper last Sunday was Iruud'il ent. and grossly dishonest.' the leader of the Oppositiori iMr. Menziesi de clared in the House ol Representatives He said the advestiieuiini puriKii-ted to be it reproduction cl piye two of a document entitled 'Hints and Notes for Liberal Party Spcakfr.s A Labor member: Very advisable Mr. Menzies ,sal)d the document was marked 'confidential,' and tlie adver tisement appeared over the names oi the Prime Minister and the Minister for External Affairs. 'I cannot bellsye the Prime- Minis ter is aware of this advertisemen'..' Mr. Menzies said.} 'It is a fraudulent document, and no^ n copy of any pa-je of the Liberal Pqrty spcakor.s' notes. 'One cf the points it makes is that the wartime records of the Chifley and Curtin Governmojits cannot be assail j Labor member: - Hear, hear ! Mr. Menzies: Tills Is one of the i most fraudule...
FLEMINGTON SATURDAY'S ACCEPTORS! 11 Left in Grand National Hurdle [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 4 July 1946
REMINGTON SATURDAY'S ACCEPTORS 1 1 Left in Grand National Hurdle The rolIswiHu are the acceptor'1 for the V.R.C. moe'.iny at Flcmington on Saturday: j KEILOK IICKDLE IJACE.— 2 Mil's A I 1.30 p.m. Securities The FoHni' tl3t 103 m 913 Buzharine Qulnmon-ys ! (17 1 10.0 Gif. «.«- 0.8 Camouflage Cal.-brnok i3' «.8 .2. 13.G Salvo .7. !- fi David Star Ration -'Ji !l.2 cllii 9 12 Volt 1 12i 0 2, IKum'.r.a'.iT.i Wsnder Sc:i | (3) 9.12 Li i 0 2 Patio ilOi U.12 Black I-\l'. ] King Jvlly -H- »0 (ID i-.K Penman tOi !i.O Wassail 1 15' Ul1) I MYKOSS HANDICAP.— ti rurtons* j At !..'? p.m. Rcvinach iMi 8 3 Chief Cam Sea Msnarcli nisnitl i '-S i 7.C (7) 3.G Jshnnl-j's J-y Film's Dream '22i '.?- .(12)! 8..=- BhiL- Stoct Allicd' Power ins « 1 1 ? 7.4 (.10). 8.4 Chippendale King's Law (17) 7.1 (15) 7.l3Tloreau i21i 7.3 ' Parody i5- 7.13 Great Ad ill i 7 3 Tommy Tuck- Lord Marno er tl3) 7.12 (2) 7.3 Blue Scout Dispatch (23) 7.10 Riclf'i- il?l 7.2 Rareone i3) 7.1C Greenard (4i 7.2 Wild Life Miss Lottie ' ...