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SPORTING TURF [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 8 July 1946

[?] TURF The Cootamundra Turf Club's £300 meeting will now be held on Wednes day, August 28, instead of Wednesday, August 14. Mr. J. Killian, S.D.R.A. stipendiary steward, has been appointed an as sistant steward to the S.D.R.A.

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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YOUNG [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 8 July 1946

VOUNG. The ambulance made a trip to Har den and brought Mrs. J. Miller to the Sacred Heart Hospital. Mrs. Eden Hillicr. mother of Mrs. W. Bourke. of Ycun.,'. died in Yass hos pital, aged 92. Amenities officer at 'Blair Athol' when it was a war veterans' home, Mr. Alfred Scarlett, has taken up a similar appointment at 'Linton' War Veter ans' Home at Yats. The death occurred at Crookwell on Wednesdav oi Mr. W. Willis, father of Mrs George Bmi. of Tubbul, formerly Sister Willi.-, of ii'' Young District Yospital. Miss Dorcin Dawn Doyle, third youngest t:?u!-.i:ti'i- of Mr. and Mrs. J. Dovle of Mtirrtia.burrah, lias become en°a'cd to Mr. -Mervyn Lester Why brow? youu^i. .-o.i of Mr. and Mrs. | D whybrov.'. ot Redbiidge. i Vniwii:- on her husband's release f-oiii tr.e Navy. Mrs. R. Geary tnee Marie Mcli«'rnryi left Young with her bib- (i.'.n-hici' lo wke up residence at KitlsV'J''. £yiU,c'V' _ „ \;r i csiie Hushes, of Tarome, Kal l-tr Q'lc'usiaiid. who is on the sick list, ?miim a lew day...

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STOLE FROM PARKED TRUCK Man Fined in Junee Court [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 8 July 1946

STOLE FROM PARKED TRUCK Man Fined in Junee Court If Mr. Albert Dunn had not .for some unacccuntable reason, returned to his employer's truck in front of the Aih?nluin Theatre after buying a ticket last Tuesday night, 71-year-(I(i , Thomas Ryan would most probaUv | not have appeared in the Junee court ! charged with stealing two loaves - t j bread, two dozjn lemcns, and one ' pound of sweets, valued at 9 , the pro perty of Mr. J. Hamilton, of Illaba. Mr. Dunn, who works on Mr. Ham ilton's. said he saw Ryan take two loaves of bread from the cabin of M: Hamilton's lorry. 'I went after liim J and sang out.' he said in the com1:. I 'He dropped the bread, and I cau.4'.n ] him up. He went to walk away, laa j I ordered him to stand until i--1 constable came.' Mr. Graham Hamilton also gave evi dence concerning the gocd.s in qu'.; ( lion, and a fine of £3 was ImiKsed. '

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

'IBll'SOlTi (As Advertised in This Issue.) Thms.. July 11: Public Meeting ar ranged by A.P.H. und I. Association u- consider issuing debentures lo rair.e funds to restore the show ground . Fri„ July 19: Card Party in Albion Hotel, in aid of sports queen can didature. Sat.. July 20: Benefit social and Euchre party in aid of Mr. R. Bar ret, in Town Hall, at 8. Auctions Tliurs.. July 11: Cootamundra Pig Market, at 10.30.

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MACQUARIE SEAT [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 8 July 1946

MACQUARIE SEAT SYDNEY. Monday: The Lang La-j Ijor Party intends contesting tile Mac quarie Federal seat, held by Mr. Chit lev. The Liberal Party candidate will be Mr. Eric Spconer, former member tor Rr.bi'nscn. and former stale Minis Hi'. Present indications arc that an In dependent will also contest the seat. The Country Party has endorsed Mr. Wilson for Macquarie.

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

CHURCH NOTICES j CHURCH OF ENGLAND I Wednesday, July 10. Christ Church 7.30 a.m.. Holy Communion; 7.30 p.m... Parish Council Meeting. Thursday, July 11. K pin.. Card1 Party in aid of Tennis Club. | Friday. July 12, 7 p.m.. Choir Practice. j Sunday, July 14. 3rd Sunday aft or ? Trinity. Christ Church 8 a.m.. Sung Eucharist; 7.30 p.m.. Evensong. Wul lendbeen, 11 a.m.. Communion: Stock inbingal. 3 p.m.. Evensong. Rev. A. W. Harris, Rector. j PRESBYTERIAN | Tuesday, Committee of Manage- J incut 7.30. I Friday, choir Practice. 8 Sunday. Scots Church 11. Mr. C. J Raff: 7.30. Rev. H. Perkins; Brawlnl 11. Belhungra 3. Rev. Harold Perkins. METHODIST j Wednesday. 10th July: Young Peoples' Guild social, at 7.30. ! Thursday. 11th July: Circuit Quar-! tcrly meeting in the cootamundra Church, at 8. Friday. 12th July: Choir Practice, at 7-30. I Sunday. 14th July. Cootamundra' church anniversary: Visiting preacher I the Rev. E. W. Kyde. chairman ofj the Synod. 11 a.m. subject: - What Is the Church?...

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£409000 LOOT Found in Gateway [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 8 July 1946

£40'000 LOOT Found in Gateway LONDON. Monday. A policeman cycling on his beat at Hyde. Cheshire, found stacked in ft gateway most, ol tiie £40000 worth of art treasures which belonged to the late Louis Cartier. ar.d which disappeared last venr. Police believe thieves decided So abandon the loot, as it v.'as too rare and costly for disposal through doubt ful channels. t ? I

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

4 TO LOCAL AM) CITY ADVEII1J.SKK.S 'COOTAMUNDRA DAILY HERALD' (Established in 1877) Is the Only Newspaper in the 'Corrvng City' of Cootamun dra — the largest town in the State Electorate of Temora. It is the news and adver -rising medium for the surround ing centres of Waiteiidbeen, Stockinbingal, Bethungra, and Muttoma, all within a rcid'us of 12 to 15 miles, arid circulates over a wide range of rich coun try between Cootamundra and the surrounding towns of Murrumburrah- Harden (25 miles away), Gundagai -37), Junee 1 36 ) , Temora (34), and Young (32). * Cootarnundra is clmost the hci!f-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;ll, Rice Mill, Soap«/,orks, Timber Yords, Butter arid Bacon Factory, Clothing Factory. District: Extensive Piggery, 25-acre Saleyords and Rest ing Paddocks. Primary Production: Wooi. WheG...

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JEWISH APPEAL For Aid to Fight Britain [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 8 July 1946

JEWISH APPEAL | For Aid to Fight Britain | . { LONDON. Monfday: Aii appeal to ! all nations for volunteers, arms, mu nitions. and ships with which to fight j Britain was made by tiie Jewish Un-, dergiound Organisation. Irgun Zvai Leinuis. the secret radio 'Voice' ofj the fighting Zion. I 'We need arms of all kinds. With- j out them we shall be exterminated, i with them we shall be victorious. If! one of as lalls, ten uthers will rise, and j take Ills place. We shall welcome i volunteers against the British oppres sors as brothers. The Holy Land Willi become the world's front line oi j liberty. Come to - its rescue.' declared! the radio.

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INDIA Long-Term Proposals Accepted [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 8 July 1946

INDIA Long-Term Proposals Accepted BOMBAY. Monday: Tup All India Congress Committee, by 204 to -11 | votes, ratified the decision of the Executive National Congress accepting the British Cabinet Mission's long term proposals for India, while re-j jceting tiie interim proposals.

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JEWISH PROCESSIONS In London and Glasgow [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 8 July 1946

JEWISH PROCESSIONS ! In London and j Glasgow | i LONDON. Monday: Thousands ofj Jews held a procession from the East End, London, to Trafalgar Sqilare. in a great protest demonstration against j the British Government's action in i Pa i :'M me. A similar demonstratijn J was also held in Glasgow. I There were no disturbances. I

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NEXT BOMB TEST [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 8 July 1946

NEXT BOMB TEST BIKINI ATOLL. Monday: The U.o. Navy yesterday began re-spotting the target fleet for the second atom bomb test, which is tentatively scheduled for July 25. In this test- the bomb will be ex ploded under the surface of the water.

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THE ATOM BOMB Gandhi's Views [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 8 July 1946

THE ATOM BOMB Gandhi's Views ' BOMBAY; Monday: Gandhi, writ ing about the atom bomb, in his maga Kii.e, 'Harijan.' says: 'It has been suggested by our American friends] that the atom bomb will bring in | non-violence as nothing else can. It I will if it is meant that the destructive j puv.er will so disgust the world as to turn it from violence for the time be ing.' Gandhi prophesied that the world would return to violence with renewed ' zeal after the effect of the disgust iiad ! worn off.

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GREYHOUND RACING PHAR SON BRILLIANT [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 8 July 1946

GREYHOUND RACING 1'IIAR SON BRILLIANT After being badly placed early in I the race. Pilar Son showed a brilliant burst of speed to win the Novicc Stake, fifth grade, at the Cootamun dra Coursing Club's meeting on Fish er Park on Saturday afternoon. It was Phar Son's second successive win on the track, and the big son oi i-*ai uoimis win win u iui. iiiuxc races. Mrs. Tom Ponting scored another success with the game and consistent Drop Black, who beat King Corney by half a length. The latter was a good thing beaten. Results: Novice Stake, 7th grade. 500 yards: Duke Comrade (2) 1. Clare's Hope i4i 2. Junior (5) 3. Betting: 2 Duke Comrade, 5 2 Clare's Hope, 4 Tune's Gilt. Junior, 5 Muriel Minda. Sweet Comet. K Wilma's Best, 10 Alice Roccabrigiit. Neck: neck. Time 28 5-10 sees. Novice Stake. 6tli grade. 2nd heat: Pat's La-'t il) 1. The Keg -3 ? 2. Keen Minda '5i 3. Betting. 3 Pat's Last Tiie Keg. 4 Swifty Lyn. Robert Chief Kpcii Minda. 5 Lassie Maclicay. 6 Stick I Around. 8 Rock Vale. He...

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BETTING MIX-UP Extraordinary Happening at Cootamundra Dogs [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 8 July 1946

BETTING MIX-UP Extraordinary j Happening at Cootamundra Dogs A most unusual incident occurred at the Cootamundra Coursing Club's] meeting on Fisher Park on Saturday' afternoon, when punters wrongly col-1 lected on Royal Peer as the winner of ' the Pacific Handicap at Randwick on I Saturday, while backers of Kiaree (the winner) fcund. in most cases later on, that they could not collect because they could not produce tickets. | There wns only one wireless on the: ground (supplied by the club), and when the announcer describing the! race declared that Royal Peer won, from Kiaree this was accepted as the, result. The wireless was switched olf j and tiie Judge's official placings and correct weight were not heard. j it was nearly an hour after the event that word was received on the ground tlint Kiaree was the actual' winner. | In tiie meantime, backers of Royal j Peer had collected, while each- way ' backets of Kiaree had also collecli-d.i and straight-out backers of Kiaree had destroye...

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TENNIS [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 8 July 1946

TENNIS Results of competition matches played over the week-end: Muttama v. Presbyterians: Miller and Willis v Meale and Hunter, 6-2; v Perkins and Vincent. 6-0; Douglas and Coggan v Meale ond Hunter, 6-3: v Perkins and Vincent, (i-2; Mesdames Willis and Dawn v Mrs. Hunter and Miss McClintock. 6-0; Miller and Mrs. Dawn v Perkins and Mrs. Hunt er. G-0; Willis and Mrs. Willis v Vin cent and Miss McClintock, 6-0; Cog gan and Mrs. Dawn v Meale and Miss McClintock ,6-0; Douglas and Mrs Willis v Hunter and Mrs. Hunter, 6-3. Muttama won by 54 games to 10? Spitfires forfeited to Town No. 1. Competition matches still to bs.: played urc: July 13: Wirraways v Spitfires Presbyterians v Town No. 1. Muttama v Country club No. 2, Country Club [No. l v catholic Club, Town No. 2 v Hurricanes. . | July 20: Town No. 1 v Wirraways. ' Spitfires v Muttama, Presbyterians v Country club No. 1, Country Club No. 2 v Town No. 2, Catholic Club v Rail way No. 2. I July 27: Town No. 2 v Wirraways. Hurricanes v Co...

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JUNEE [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 8 July 1946

I JUNEE I The Methodist ? Church, Junee, was the setting for the wedding of Audrey j Phyllis, second daughter of Mr. and j Mis. W. P. Norman, of Yass. and con stable Reginald Hilton, younger son of i Mr. and Mrs. C. Hcpper. Junee, now attached to tne west Maiuanci police station. The bride was escorted by her father, preceded by the brides maid. Miss Pearl Norman (sister of tiie bride). Best man was. Mr. L. F. Hcpper, brother of the bridegroom. The ceremony was concuctcd by the j Rev. F. King. | Cr. J. W. C. Beverkige was granted two months' leave of absence from Illabo Shire Council. He :s due to enter hospital, and expects to be away for five weeks. | The death occurred in Sydney re cently of Mr. Hodson, brother of Mrs. E. J. copplestone. of Junee, a native of Albury. I The District Hospital received a cheque for £50 from Jance Clothing.' Ltd. ! Mr. W. M. Leary has commenced at Junee loco as a new appointee. Death claimed Mr. Patrick Gowau, aged G4. in Canberra. For many years! he...

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TEMORA [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 8 July 1946

TEMORA ! Th? marriage will take place next Saturday, at the Sacred Heart, of Mary Pinney, ex-A.W.A.S.. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Pinney. of Cootamun- ! dia read, to Cpl. Maurice Boland i A. I. F.i, Sydney. ! Sympathy is extended to Mr. and Mrs. Eric Henry, of Kamarali, in the death of their four-year-old '.;on Keith, on Sunday morning, from , pneumonia. Officer T. Tucker, of the ambulance ! service, has resigned, intending enter I ing business here with his brother j law, Mr. Ken Eady. I The marriage was celebrated at St ! Paul's. Temora, of Hazel Margaret, j second daughter of Mr .and Mrs. i Charles Chessor, and Bryce, eldest son , of the late Mr. Crawford and of Mrs. J. Crawford, of Junee road, Temora. At the annual meeting of the Trot ting Club the committee recognised the sterling services rendered trotting interests over many years by Messrs. j. W. Adamson, secretary, and C. Hcdgson, treasurer. Both were elected life members, and warm tributes paid to their ability. The death...

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GUNDAGAI [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 8 July 1946

Gr.NDAGAI Gundagai received 127 points. The fall was general throughout the dis-j nict. and is putting a green tint in every paddock. | The he:~. i: h of Miss Mary Reardon,' sen., of Juiu'-'s Creek, is causing con tern to her rshuives. I Tiie licensing magistrate, Mr. Reg.! Hardwicke, giant do trehl | Hardwicke, granted Ihe transfer of '.he license of the Iioyal Hotel from Mr., Jim Broadb-ruit to Mr. Harry Pinnock.1 Mrs. J. Vincent, of Wambidgee, was conveyed by ambulance to Gundagai Hospital. | Mary Reardon and John Wood bridge will receive their nuptial bles sings tail yin September. The venue of the wedding will be St. Patrick's. Gundagai. j According to a Tumut report, the Giindagai coursing Club is willing to transfer its license to that town. If the .statement Ls correct, and eventual ly the coursing track disappears from Altaic Park, local authorities will be edliglited. for the remodelling of the park to cater for all sportign bodies will then be a -simple matter. ft is now ...

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MRS. FLORENCE ARMOUR of Cootamundra [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 8 July 1946

MRS. FLORENCE ARMOUR of Contamundra On Saturday night there passed away at Burrowa a lady known for years in this district and the town for her kindly nature and the help she consistently gave in all good move ment.';— Mrs. Florence Emily Armour. 63. wife of Mr. Tnomas Armour, ana mother of Ernest iQtteanbeyan), Rene (Mrs. II. Brown, Burrowa), Ruby (Broken Hill). Ralph (Sydney), Con nie (Deniliquin), Elsie (Mrs. K. J, Loi tcrton, sWaflendteen);, ;Eha» |(M rs. |Too vey, teudgee), -Normal)' (Cootamuri&ra 1. Iieith (Cootamundra), Betty,-, (Coota mundra). 1 Deceased, before- her 'marriage, was a Miss Florence Mills, of Yass district A service was to be held in the Pres byterian Church at 3 o'clock this after noon. ? ; ? ; ; Deceased became ill while on a visit to Sydney, and was taken to Burrowa Hospital and later to her daughter's home. !

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