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FOOTBALL FROLIC Fisher Park, Saturday Next The Pa and Ma Cup [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 9 July 1946

FOOTBALL FROLIC . Fisher Park, Saturday Next The Pa and Ma -Cup Unusual interest is being evinced in the football frolic which is to take place on Fisher Park on Saturday af ternoon next, commencing at 1.30. . The proceeds of the day . are to go to the sports queen's candidature in ;lie War Memorial Fund competition. Main event of the day will be the clash between boys and girls for .'ho Ma and Pa Cup, and this will provide plenty of fun. School teams will play a curlain raiser. Thorn r-111 also tin motor bike foot ball. feet racing, goal kicking, and plenty of other attractions. Admission charges are 1/6 and 6d.

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COUNTY COUNCIL ACCOMPLISHED [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 9 July 1946

COt'.VTY COf.VCfl, ACCOMPLISHED 'lhe decision, al yesterday's innnlhly jui-ct in-4 of tlir .Inula Ice Shire Council, to semi I'reOI.'iit A. S. 1-(iiili1iImi:i ami Councillor U. tilth Ward to till.' 'ir.sl .ntec'.in^ ion lith insl.i of the County Council. «l which tin* Jindalce Shire is now a pari. marks a new era in Local l.ovcrnni.iu ueiei. pnier.i in im- pai i m the State. I- ir I kiiiio the municipal councils, then Hit' shire councils. and new ci.me the county councils. Hl.e uhcre, count its which hud .seemed quite unable i alone ta finance schemes, found a way out hy netting ttigellier. The. - lumor tor ualer and electricity, ste.sentially requisite in rural areas as well as in the t-wns, lias resuitcil in combinations i,f .-.hires; anil, alter sun dry conlcrenccs in Cootamundra— a ccnvenicntlyTreashed centre for ' the delegatus — the outcome. is that the shire area arcuiul the .Municipality of Cootamundra has been added to the Northern Rivcrina County Council. 'J lie new body, ...

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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COLLAPSE OF FOOTBALL SPECTATOR At a Murrumburrah Match [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 9 July 1946

COLLAPSE OF FOOTBALL SPECTATOR At a Murrumburrah Match A Group Nine competition football match at Murrumburrah on Sunday afternoon was abruptly and tragically terminated shortly after half time. Murrumburiali-Harden and Youn;; teams v.ele playing, and a feature of tlit. l,ntr u-nc fhn ntnv nf W I?d wards. who registered two tries, ac counting for six points out of his team's eight. Young had only scored two. Watching his son's success on the sideline was a well-known and popular citizen. Mr. Horace (better known as 'Curly') Edwards. After changing ends tiie ? play went sen., collapsed. . His son was .hastily called olf the field. The ambulance advised , that 'Mr. Edwards, should be removed to hospital- without delay,, and this was done, play, being, resumed only to be interrupted by the further an nouncement that , Mr. : Edwards hail died. After consultation, the referee declared the- game concluded, the teams agreeing to regard it as a draw.; Play ers and spectators stood -in silen...

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 9 July 1946

PROFESSIONAL ' J. St R. A. SPBIKS. I Optometrist* R. A. SPEIRS; F.I.O., Hons.. Sydney consultations: Thursdays 2 p.tn co 5 p.m. Fridays 9 a.m. to 3 .p.m. OI liec open every tiny (or adjustments and appointments Phone, Coo'nmur.ora 185 for ap pointment. Office In Austral Cham bers. open Monday to Friday, 9 to 5; Saturday, 9 to 12 for adjustments and replacements. puis® *j I 'Cootamundra Daily Herald' TUESDAY. JULY 9. 1U IK.

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POLICEMAN'S STRUGGLE WITH DRUNKEN MAN [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 9 July 1946

POLICEMAN'S STRUGGLE WITH DRUNKEN MAN ?IUNEE, Tuesday: Walter Henry Asi'uis v.er.t to the station master in Jitnee and tn c. to buy a ticket to (.'ootamunclia. ,ti v:cw of his inebri ated c:i:di lo-.i. tlie S.M. refused to let lum travel. Asuui, fiok the bull by the horns, sr.d mounted the train, the S.M. re taliating by getting the police. Wh'.-ii Coustabl.- Dawell was forcibly removing Asmus from the enrrlag ? ho struggled violently, and smasheJ a wu di.w. Up-.hct was that in the court Ar.m is* larfeited a 10 bail on one drunk charge, paid a £1 fine on another, paid a fine cl £1 for malicious damage, ar.d was ordered to pay 10/ compensation.

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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PROPOSED LOAN FOR BRITAIN Efforts to Block Consideration Defeated [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 9 July 1946

PROPOSED LOAN FOR BRITAIN Efforts to Block | Consideration Defeated I WASHINGTON. 'Tuesday: The) House of Representatives, by a v:-tcl of 181 to 67, yssterday defeated rf-l forts to block consideration ol' the British loan. { The American Associated Press points out that this vote did not fur nish nn accurate measurement of the Opposition's strength, as the anti loan forces split on the question of consideration. Mr. Sabath ( Democrat - told the House that Britain had never done anything for the united states, while America saved her twice. He added : 'The loan would be against the best, interests of the United States, and would compete with our own com msrcc.'

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IRISH TENNIS CHAMPIONSHIPS Geoff Brown Scratched [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 9 July 1946

IRISH TENNIS CHAMPIONSHIPS Gcot'f Brown Scratched urui.-.v 'v-d.iy: Geoff. Brown ?s o . ?',« men's singles 111 tue -:,ni.s championship';, a-i I.- v...- alter the three finals 5-a: p.'r S'a;'.- won their opening Pa:!.. g.r. ? confident display to deter.: l.t- vpp;::et;t with the loss of o:.ly oi.' :r. each set.

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GOLD DEALER'S HOARD Discovery on a Dutch Liner [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 9 July 1946

GOLD DEALER'S HOARD Discovery on a Dutch Liner LONDON. Tuesday: 'Gold bars. I jewels, and currency totalling £100.031)' v.eie discovered aboard the Dutch liner Kliptontein before she sailed I rem Bata\:a,' says a Renter report I i'i;:ii The Hague. 'Two gold dealers who- melted ard buried valuables dur ing the Japanese r.ocupation are al lied to have smuggled the goads abf.ard.'

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NEGLIGENT DRIVING BRINGS £5 FINE Collisions in Wagga Street [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 9 July 1946

NEGLIGENT DRIVING BRINGS £5 FINE Collisions in Wagga Street A traffic case rtla'in;: to an acci dent in which a motor .nr. a bi.'v i' ridden by a school boy. and a 1' : u horse-drawn vehicle were all involved was tried by Mr. R. A. Ilardwi.-:;e, P.M., i:i Wagga police court yesterday, when the car driver. George Cro-s. was- adjudged the rer-jonsible parlv.

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THE FOREIGN MINISTERS Invitations Deadlock Solved [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 9 July 1946

THE FOREIGN MINISTERS Invitations Deadlock ? Solved PARIS. Tuesday: . The Foreign Ministers have solved' the deadlock regarding invitations to the Peace Conference. Invitations, it was learn : ed^last^ ni^it; v;w;iH ^j|sntvout. today. 'The Ministers ' also agreed that the draft of the rules of procedure for the Peace Conference should be studied by 1^13 deputies 'and- ?'referred back tc 1-he Ministers tijday. ?I JThb Ministers have- been' in a dead lock 'throughout the week-end over the invitations, and last night. lh'- conference table was removed ami the Ministers lounged in armchairs, talk ing more in a 'club room atmosphere' han that of a formal conference.

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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MAN BATTERED AND SET AFIRE [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 9 July 1946

MAN BATTERED AND SET AFIRE ADELAIDE. Tuesday: Willi hi; head badly battered and his - lotlu:^ burnt off. Walter Edward Ballard. was found outside his hut at Nnuu warra sawmills, near Ml. Gaiiib: r He died a few hours later. Police are searching i-r '.he in i: derer. They believe the attacker af ter batterinj Ballard as lie slept, at tempted to di.|x's;- it the bud.- in huming it.

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BRITISH HOUSEWIVES Protest About Food Shortage [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 9 July 1946

BRITISH. HOUSEWIVES Protest About Food Shortage LONDON. Tuesday: Nearly a thott-j sand members cf the British House wives' League, at a mass meeting all Westminister, passed a vote of noj confidence in the Government's food policy, and carried a resolution :le-j manding a public inquiry into the eotiiitry's .food situation. ' - I ? }. . ?:

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MEAT Cut in Prices [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 9 July 1946

MEAT Cut in Prices CANBERRA, Tuesday: The Prices Commissioner announced tuht m.':i muin wholesale meat prices would be reduend in N.S.W. as l'ol'ow;.: Lamb. id. per l'o.: hogget t. Id. per lb.: wether, and ev.e. ;d. per lb. Consequent reductions in retail prices will be announced within 'he next few days. The reductions will opr.-a'.e irom July \S.

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"DANGEROUS WOMEN" British Home Office Precautions [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 9 July 1946

'DANGEROUS WOMEN' British Home Office Precautions i LONDON, Thursday: The Home' Office is taking .special precautions to prevent 'dangerous women' com-| ing to Britain as fiancces of demohil-t ised British soldiers. Before visas an\ granted, the girls are 'put through'! by investi^atuis trained in exposing ! Nazi suspects. | . ? - I

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 9 July 1946

(?????naaasiisBnucRniBi I JUST ARM®! MEACMER'S FANCY DEPARTMENT wool, KUGS, in assorted .sizes and designs. Triced al l/tj, :;/l 1, and g/::. j NEEDLES for Wool IIiiks ill each. Only a small quota, si» hurry ! j LADIES' WOOLLEN HOS!:, rat.t'i ' fashioned, al 1/11 pair. No coiip lions. ,Ius I I lie thins for llutse I'oli) mornings. j LISLK HOSE, mm- 1, fashioned, Marvel Wear brand, :tl 3/11 pair, SJin., ' !)in„ !Jtiii„ mill. No coupons. j The verv hitest j„ COSTUME j FKON'I'S. Miliars and .lahols, also larquisclli Trilling, al S/f I .vard | 1 While only. We have opened neiv storks 'I' TRACE!) FANCY WORK al ?narlteil pliers. Supper Ciutlis, ecntres. and Organili Baby Pillows Fer:lers and I'.ilis. Ccmc and in spect tills range. Also Children's Thimbles anil Carded Hias Hind-, ing, all shades. j NUKSEKY MOTH'S, in Pink, r.lm Yellow, While, in Ita'bbils, Ducks i Cats, and Dogs, at !'?;!, ll'itl, 1/:!, 1/11, and 3/3. MEAGHER'S WOOL DEPARTMENT j has to offer a. wide range of P:i-| ton and ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 9 July 1946

1 COMFORT IX j 162 T*rkrr RL Thon*: Ml OFFERS FREE X-RAY SERVICE TO ALL CUSTOMERS | BRLIDERLINS drapers SPECIAL black and NAVY WOOL JERSEf, 3/6 Yd, 1J Coupons

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 9 July 1946

ADVKSTISKUS arc in gently request ed to lodge their 'copy' early (before 1 o'clock on the day preceding publi cation. when it, is convenient to do so.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 9 July 1946

2'ry' Reader: Are you a -subscriber to j the 'Cootamundra Daily Herald'? Now is a good time otjoin. V4pp'€/ \ ^ \~y i IN AUSTRALIA'S FUTURE.. Throughout Australia the (Jaltcx f j. ^ { | symbol identities for yon a clislri- i \ j.*, ^ ' I '' lulling point for quality petroleum ?- ^ m.- ^ ; products. From the world's richest oil-fields through a nation-wide 'AT-'aA. W organisation Cnlle\ products have | I jf| behind them every resource in 'A /vfi _g¥i ' produelion, refining and develon* pi ? MR. G. B. BLACK, COOTAMUNDRA. Estate late W. PALMER, Waliendbeen. MR. FRANK DILLON, BETHUNGRA.

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JINDALEE SHIRE DELEGATES APPOINTED For County Council [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 9 July 1946

JINDALEE SHIREi DELEGATES ?APPOINTED For County Council Crs. A. Donaldson (president), C. Morrow. L. Bennett. G. Davidson. R. Ward. J. Moore, C. Manwaring, and S. Dillon attended the ordinary! monthly meeting yesterday. Correspondence Mis-; L. Murrnv annlied for per mission to hold the annual street stall in siid of the Catholic Church Building Fund at stockinbingal. Granted. ' J. M. Botirkc, common ranger at Stockinbingal. submitted a report which disclosed everything at the Stockinbingal common to be in a satis- j factory order. | Tin- Bribbaree branch of tiie Agri cultural Bureau of New South Wales, extended an invitation to council to be represented at the Bovs Leadership ( Camp to be held at Bribaree from j August 5 to August 14. I! was pointed j out thai the underlying responsibility' of tills school is to develop a sense of( I communal responsibility in '.he I yciine lads attending, and encourage; them to think clearly and speak con-| fluently when they take their place, in i...

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"SQUATTERS" EVICTED BY POLICE At Herne Bay [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 9 July 1946

'SQUATTERS' EVICTED BY POLICE At Heme Bay SYDNEY, Tuesday: Three families | who 'squatted' into three Hoir-Ln; Commission homes at Gtanville at 2 p.m. on Sunday hud a short-liv~.l . peace, for they were evicted by ptiiic' \ yesterday afternoon. : Immediately they were out. work men removed their furniture. The. houses were to have been occupied to-i morrow by successful applicants in tin recent Housing Commission tenancy ballots. The three families had been in ser vice huts at Heme Bay camp, ami took ixissession of the houses before tile new tenants could move in. A director of the firm which built j the houses arrived with two police, sergeants, and the 'squatters' had to leave. I Minister's Warning I People who took It upon themselves to occupy cottages that were ncaring completion, in defiance of the Housing Commission, would be removed and debarred from participating In any further ballots fcr permanent homes, said the Minister for Housing iMr. McGirri last night. The Minister s...

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