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CANTERBURY SATURDAY'S ACCEPTORS [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 10 July 1946
CANTERBURY SATURDAY'S ACCEPTORS SYDNEY, Wednesday: The follow ing are the acceptors and post posi tions for the Canterbury meeting on Saturday: TWO-YEAR-OLI) HANDICAP.— 71 Furlongs (Colls and Geldings) At l n.m. Raleigh (7) ......... 8 13 Double Mint (5) ? 8 12 ?Leumas (4) ? 8 2 Tengur (13) ? 8 2 . Denalil i8- ? 8 1 Uranium (14) ? 8 0 Blaxland (1) ? 7 13 Clipper 12) ? 7 10 Wake Island ill) .. .. 7 10 Glucose 1 10) ? 7 4 Merrie England (15) .. 7 3 Rising Star (Gi ? 7 3 Beau Felt (9) ? 7 1 Vcsalius (12) ? 7 1 Taleteller (3) ? 7 0 TWO-YEAR-OM) HANDICAP.—!; Furlongs (I'illics) At 1.35 p.m. Photinia (6) ? 9 3 Lady Matthew illi .. .. 8 7 November 1 14- ? -8 G Lady Eva (2) ? 8 2 Beautiful (9) ? 8 2 Summer Rase i15i... .. 8 1 Duotetra (5) ? 7 13 Hermia - I61 ? 7 12 Ethel Clare (17) .. .. 7 12 Royal Colors 1IO1 .. .. 7 12 Vagitus (13) ? 7 11 Timoana 141 ? 7 10 Lady Game -3) ? 7 10 Krasnoi (12) ? 7 5 Edna's Choice (7) .... 7 4 Doncclhi (I) ? 7 3 La Commerce (8) .. .. 7 3 SUMMER HILL NOVICE.— ...
JUNIOR RED CROSS HOME [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 10 July 1946
?lUNIOIt ICED ( KO.SH HOME The Junior Red Cro.v; iias taken over Wongala. T'irraiiiu.ra. the home be queathed b.v the late Mr. Iv A. Clifl to tile N 'j.W. division of the Il -.l Cross: and it v.iii be opened .lioriiy i a.s- a iiolid.i.v l;oi;ie lor the delicate sons o! service and ex-servicemen I his .vul be the rif.ii home to be open ed up by the J.R.C. for the children jf Servicemen. Like tile other lour hemes, Siiuna and Kippilaw. at Leura. and the 'Eleanor Mackinnon,,' Rams gate. and 'Cudgelo'. at Ramsgate, ihis home will be supported by the ef - forts of boys and girls of the J.R.C.
GOLF [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 10 July 1946
GOLF Draw for championships: | 'A' Grade: O. Collins v D. Strattor.. E. Brook v T. Mcalc. D. Doidgc v F.| Thomas, C. Colmcr v E. H. Williams,1 R. Rowe v G. Leahy, N. Bassing thwalghte v H. Dreyer, G. Ballard v marker. 'B' Grade: C. Murdock v E. Dun das, L. Ticehurst v R. Dibbs. E. Last v E. Finucane. L. Carberry v E. Mam matt. F. Stedmiui v W. McColl, E.I Wcissel v L. O Toole, L. Crossman v J. Smart, R. Williams v R. Cohen, A. Dobbie v O. Ballard. 'C' Grade: B. Windrim v M. Mutch. D. Willis v J- Rees, J. Morau v T. Armstrong. S. W. Windrim v J. Castor, L. C. Smith v J. Callander, Stephen v ?). copp. S. Dunkley v mar ker.
SYDNEY PIG VALUES [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 10 July 1946
?SYONEY PIG VALI ES Winchcombe Carson. Ltd . !-;- ' tii.'it values for baeoners and h... falters were firm at the .Sydney -.?: on Ti;?sday. but rates for .store ,- ^ were easier, suppiie.s totalird -'|l iiead. this number including ah ????? 'CO stores. Ba.kiatters. extra ? and heavy, sold to '-00 p':r te -i : good, to l;Vi : otlnrs. !rom 65 haconcrs, ltio to 20t) lbs., no m M 160 to 180 lbs.. 116 to 130 : 110 i :.»? lbs.. 10t) to 115 : 120 to 110 I!.-, t j to 1C0 ; 100 to 120 lbs.. 71! M
FOOTBALL FROLIC Big Crowd Expected [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 10 July 1946
FOOTBALL FROLIC Big Crowd Expected . It is anticipated that there wlil be a big crowd on Fisher Park ne::t[ Saturday afternoon for the football frolic in aid of the sports queen's candidature in the War Memorial Queen Competition. The game for the Ma nnd Pa Cup will result in an exhibition of football the like of which has never been seen I before. We have no hesitation ini saying this. I Motor bike football will also be1 something unique in the history of the game, and wa understand that the motor cyclists take it very seriously. There will be plenty of novelties on the ground.
TROTTING [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 10 July 1946
TROTTING When the Rivcrina and South-West Trotting Association met in Temora. Mr. H. Hammond tendered his resigna tion as secretary, owing to tlie pressure of business. Mr. Hammond has been associated with the secretaryship since the association's inception. Mr. H. J. Rosengren. of Junee, was appointed to the vacancy. Mr. E. Lchmann was aiso appointed lo the executive com mittee.
LOCAL & GENERAL BURRENJUCK WATER TO BE TAKEN TO UNGARIE [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 10 July 1946
LOCAL & GENERAL IU i;i;i'.\'.HC'K WATER TO ISK TAKEN TO UNGAKIE The Burrenjuck water supply will be extended from West Wyalong to Ungarie. tlu- Minister for Works and Local Government- informed Bland Shire Council. ? The extension---.! distance of :i'J mil:-:— will C'JU £40.000. Thr council will be required to find ie.OOU tu fir.aitee ti.e reticulation «'l the towit. Mi. Cahill said a survey would he begun now to decide the most suitable route far tilt' pipe line from Weil Wyalong. Conflicting applications h.ul been received from farmers between West Wyaiong and Ungarie who want ed water reticulated oil their farms. It lia;t also be.n requested that the' water shoidd be extJiided from Un gp.rie to Ttilllbigeal. '5 miies away. Iutt Mr. cal.i.l said tnt.s was nnpracuctioiL'. Estimated ccst would be £50.001). j Tile I.avhlan Siiir.' Council, wiiidi J ecntrol.s Tullibiijeal. shculd be request-' I : :1 to provide a permai'.eir. io:al ;u-j- 1 ply. ne acideti. I
TENNIS ASSOCIATION COMPETITION [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 10 July 1946
TENNIS ASSOCIATION COMPETITION Belated details reached lis yesterday afternoon of the Country Club No. 1 versus country club No. 2 play last Saturday: R. Richards and H. Conkey v R. Friend and F. Richards. G-3; E. Mur ray and Mrs. MacCormick v B. Soul ier and Miss Trcewcek. G-2; R. Pun nett and Mrs. Richards v F. Richards and Mrs. Collins. 0-4 : R. Richards and H. Conkey v B. Soutter and N. conkey. u-2; Mcsdames Richards and MacCormick v Mrs. Collins and Miss Trcewcek. 6-1 ; R. Pimnett and E. Mur ray v B. Soutter and N. Conkey. G-3; II. Richards and Mrs. MacCormick v R. Friend and Miss Trcewcek, 6-1; II. Conkey and Mrs. Richards v N. Conkey and Mrs. Collins, 4-6: R. Pun net! and E. Murray v R. Friend and F. Richards, G-3. Country Club No. 1 won by 8 sets 52 games to 1 set 25 games. Competition matches still to be played are: July 13: Wirraways v Spitfires Presbyterians v Town No. 1, Muttama v Country Club No. 2, Country Club No. 1 v Catholic Club, Town No. 2 v Hurricanes. July 20: T...
MEAT INDUSTRY Export of Lambs [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 10 July 1946
MEAT INDUSTRY Export of Lambs Mr. Fuller, Hun^e Member, asked ill' the House of' Representative; in view! of the approach of the se:is.,n t;r .lie' marketing of export, lam!;1, will the Minister for Commerce and Agric.il- j turc state whether the i i.'VL-iTuiicnt j has made a decision ic; .arciiug the' purchase cf surplus earnis... men;, suitable for export, from the market by meat control after tii- is; July? If such a decision has t.-i-n made, will the Minister in:!ie;i;e. f-i' ihe guidance of producers, the p.-risid i.jr which the grrangem.'.r. will ..per.^f. ancf any other relevant factor-. ? Mr. Scully: The Cicvf tnmer.t iu cided, on the re.:oinm.'ndaiioii oi the Meat Industry Commission, lu ? it - tintie to purchase all .surplus r.-ai meat, which complies with Unit -'I Kingdom 'specifications, at prices i'. latcd to 'ceilings from the i.'tt July un til the 1st October, wii;n the new ex port prices are expected t:- opeiut;. 1: is desired to a.-.'.ure markft SLabiiil v to produc...
THE BROADCASTING OF PARLIAMENTARY DEBATES [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 10 July 1946
THE BROADCASTING OF PARLIAMENT Alt Y 1-EBATK- Today the Federal Parliament laumhrs into the broadcasting uf its pircerditigs. a In Sew Zealand. I' the latter Dominion tlu- people appear to have appreciated tin- idea. Tl.c consensus lI' opinion favors its cna tiiiuami'. And that, after a fair trial. Indeed, our cousins acres* the water tvculd miss listening in to their elected 'representatives. The latter, at first must have Ml pniurlicd by the inno vation, hut it is said that Ihe cralor.v h.ls iniprcvcd over there. It could ii.' bettered here, Initii in the Federal ami .State Ileuses. At the Milsr.t of Fed eration, ill 1001. the bulk of the best speakers in the six state Parliament;, transferred lo tile Federal sphere Particularly was the N.S.W. Assembly made liie poorer in that regard. II listeners'' galleries -used to lie wall fil led; rarely are lliey today. The in ception of the. Canberra broadcasts, after a 'period cf trial, may lead to pulling the 'Macquaric Street Talk Shop' ...
FRIDAY'S "BATTLE OF GIBRALTAR" Investigation Sought [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 10 July 1946
FRIDAY'S 'BATTLE OF GIBRALTAR' j Investigation Sought GIBRALTAR. Wednesday: Tli;'j ! Acting Governor ol Gibraltar. Kriga-j clier Vale, agreed to consider whether ; it is necessary to huld a public inquiry into the rioting on Friday. | A deputation waited on him to .i.sk | for an investigation into the circimi stances of the uatue between Aus tralian troops and police. j The deputation also asked the Go vernor to consider lh: lack of -o- cprration between the civilian services and the police: NOTHING SKKIOt S ' LONDON. Latti' Arr'irding to a report received by sin* CJolonial Office, the clash bi'hvee.i Aj.unilian soUiif.s and the pjlicc :n ai last Friday was hard;y .-enc.is ?!i.ui;:li -' in'X'lt v.'oi'ld-'.vtui- .air nti.u:. I', added: 'There were r.n .-eiin-.i.. di-.order.s.' I 'liic rupor. coniinti.'d: 'Heer;-' it'le ' ii'eiil. ills Gibraltar i rowtlyj i l'.i^iit. 'I d!.'turbanc- lit ?!. when. .-nn.e Hi'.:\.i).-.l:ire ratings v/i.-re arrest?:! I |JV cjvi' !u„- f...' disorderly lie ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 10 July 1946
Reports of meetings, social Items, lctteis to the editor, district news, etc., arc cordially invited. For upwards of 30 jrtui Tlgal Salve, used according to' printed directions, haa beeu a family standby for the treatment of — ? CATARRH « BRUISES ? COUGHS j ? COLDS M J H ? cuts Mm From Chemis)s and StoMi TIGER SALVE 'The Medicine Kit In a Caitoa' f wartime pock till / art Of* wo//a6/«J
STILL A MYSTERY Kins Ananda's Death [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 10 July 1946
STLL A MYSTERY Kins Ananda's Death i BANGKOK. Tuesday: Although it is a month since King Ar.ar.da died item a bullet wound, the mystery surrounding the tragedy is no nearer to a solution. . j Hundreds crowd daily to the Min istry of Justice, where the Commis sion is conducting an exhaustive in vestigation. Thus far only one fact hns been proved— that the death was nut .accidental. All agree it was sui cide. cr murder. Twelve cut of 20 met'iieai commis sioners beliive it was most projab'.y murder, but the majority ot o!w.'v;ts consider it suicide, as only two .it tvndan;.' and Queen Mother had :-e:-r.-,s to the Roval bed chamber: ard their activities have been fully ac counted fcr. 'ihs investigation disclosed thai a gun was discharged not more than two inches from the King's forehead.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 10 July 1946
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OVERSEAS NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 10 July 1946
OVERSEAS NEWS Overseas news in this newspaper 1; supplied by Australian Associated Prc=s. Sources include in England The Times. Daily Telegraph, ^Daily Mail, Daily Herald. Daily Express,. Manchest- er Guardian. Renter's World Service, A;-oii:iled Press of Great Britain, : n:;d I xeliange leiegrapn Agency; and m America, the New York Times. I Icr.i Id -Tribune. Associated Press, and On Norm American Newspaper Alli Matter from the Loudon Tim'-s does not express lhat news p.ipi-r's vie .v itiili.-ss so stated.