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NEXT ATOMIC TRIAL Predicted Effects [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 11 July 1946
NEXT ATOMIC TRIAL Predicted Effects I BIKINI ATOLL. T:r.::\-.-iay: -Ajj-; pvoximatcly a n-.ilii ?:; sons 01 w.i'.-.r will be blown i:.::i ;;l:. ;:,: i.,v tho ii:i dcrwntcr atumii b'u:-. i\;n:ii:i,-r ??- ' column, half ;i ;n;L- .:. ili;.:m-u:-, a::. I abuut 13,i:nn l--c, hi. ?:!.?' (li-i !..?-. d Ai-' mi.'.il Bl:i:id.v i\f , vp ,? ,.-c.i m.. cpiiiion that ::\\ ... .,.., v,i'!:i;i \},c , ?:,?.! will ;;et an a\.f,:; ;.,,.: r.nni.t. T:;..v near the if:r.n' :.:?? iii; -iv ?- be '?: .-j r,cA int;i :'.???? :..r. .....i ;?: ,!;.|i;!y .;!:;....!.- ^cl it. nic!-c:. ' ; Acl!:i;::il Hi.::,.:-, t:]... . v.-.r. .?: a ?? liiliif a-. ICO i :;. ;
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 11 July 1946
COPIES OV THE 'COOTAMUNDRA DAILY HERALD' MAY UK OBTAINED I-'ROM THE FOLLOWING AGENTS: Cootamumlra — H. Skin. Wallendoon Street. J. Muliins. Parker Street. Cosy Corner Cafe. No. 3. Parker Si I'1. Legge. Parker street. Scrivener Bros.. Wallcndoon St. SlorklnliiiiKiil— S. .!. H. Wilburs. Wallriiclbern— W. J. Pulnw A. D. Devnse Itclliuiiura— Wank Dillon. : FIRST FAVOURITE OF GENERATIONS O.,Tlii--: i p,.~ -. ,.:, i;;- .. ,-.... ,::- |,,.r \,,n- ,.xpcri. .?::.--?. Sil,- is.!, :'..:.;..!. .,.: i ,:,V. im.l:., tlie Same ^nruik Q^roijLt^ootr Thtie h mi s:..'.v(:.',:ii- /or quality. Confidently ...iIJIhI Recommending RmIIJI nf tin' Hip. . . ? ? \Vlii--ln-tiinl»-. fiirwin's skilful, tlmroii^lily aileiitivi- work ns selllui; brokers i ? ili'uifii with tlieir lirM rnti- i'-|iii|imi'iii fur displaying tbe Kltvep's staple. iu:t as a -sINMi!: siifr;.'ti;ml fur ^rowers. Write— e. Winchcombe, Carson Ltd. Winrliriinilie Iluiise. Itr'ulgr Sired. Sydney, ? Kraiirlii-s; Vuss, |-Yrln-s. Or:in'i' Arm'ilul'...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 11 July 1946
MAfHlNFRY RPPIIT 1h il l- II I Is L ai I kJ kik \y $. WE CAN SUPPLY ALL YOUR FARM MACHINERY REQUIREMENTS ® Hello ! You bet we can take care of you. Anything you need in farm equipment help is right in our line. Yes, we have parts— a good stock of genuine IKC parts. And if we're short of any, .ve qan get it quickly. What day do you want your work lone? Right! that's a deal. We'll gel it out on lime for you. When you can let us know ahead, we'll always schedule the job to suit you. New McCormick - Deering tractors' Yes, they're beginning to come in fas'tei ! now, but you must obtain a 'permit to I purchase.' Yes, we have all particulars i and can help you make your application. Come in and let's talk i- over .... Thanks for calling. JQBN MEAGSER & CO. PTY, LID. SUPPORT YOUR COOTAMUNDRA WAR MEMORIAL FUND
BIG TOURNAMENT [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 11 July 1946
BIG TOURNAMENT ' Players are reminded that entries I close next Wednesday, nth, for the big | tennis tournament to, be held the fol- I lowing' Sunday on the municipal courts. Every one \v;ith a tennis rac quet should' 'be 'in' the day's fun, and show that we 'are right behind the' de lightful young lady. Miss 'Tim' Smith,' Queen of Sport.' She Will be there In person with' her infectious laughter and gaiety. Plenty of people do not play tennis, but that won't stop them from going right in and seeing the play, free of charge, and. enjoying a really good cup of tea, which though not so free, will nevertheless be really 'top dog.' During the afternoon the winning ticket for that lovely tennis racquet, donated' by Slazengers, will be drawn. Maybe the winner will be you, and here's hoping it is. The iCootamundra ambulance con veyed the small daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. Warton, of Cowong street, to the District Hospital.
QUEENSLAND STRIKE OVER Mass Meeting Condemns Commos Dismal Loss Figures [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 11 July 1946
QUEENSLAND STRIKE OVER Mass Meeting Condemns Commos Dismal Loss Figures ?zp - — | BRISBANE. Thursday r Tlie Bris bane meat workers, at a mass mectln:; yesterday at th' liiisbane Stndiun-.. lasting from 2 p.m. to 4 45 p.m.. ov.'i - whchningly resolved to re'.urn ;o work. The meeting devcloprd into aj tmichant criticism of CommuiiLst at - j tiviiie.s for prolnnging the struggle. Upwards of £4.000.000 sterling in production wa.s probably lost directly and another 12.000.000 sterling in- ( directly— through the loss of con tracts in south-eastern Queensland as the result of the strikes by the nvrit workers, miners, and waterside wori; fis. The meat workers were -m .strike for I' weeks, and the miners and water sic!;- workers tor lour weeks. The ag gregate l«)ss in wages probably ap prcachfd Ci.flOQ.OOO. in addition to which uueii'.ploynicnt .sustenance had Ui be paid by the Commonwealth Go vernment. Graziers are estimated to have lost £2.250.000 by tni.ssi:iy the export mav kei for fat ...
CANTERBURY SATURDAY'S ACCEPTORS TWO-YEAR-OLD HANDICAP.—71 [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 11 July 1946
CANTERBURY SATURDAY'S ACCEPTORS TWO-YEAR-OLD HANDICAP.— 7 1 Furlongs (Colls and Geldings) Al 1 p.m. Raleigh (71 ? 8 13 Double Mint (5) ? 8 12 Leumas (4) ? 8 2 Tengur (13) ? 8 2 Denalll (8) ? 8 1 Uranium U4I ? 8 0 Blaxland (1) ? 7 13 Clipper (2) ? 7 10 Wake Island (11) .. .. 7 10 Glucose (10) ? 7 4 Merrie England (15) ..7 3 Rising Star (6) ? 7 3 Beau Felt (9) ? 7 1 Vcsalius (12- ? 7 1 Taleteller (3) ? 7 o TWO-YEAR-OLD HANDICAP ? fi Furlongs (Fillies) At 1.35 p.m. Photinia iG) ? 9 3 Lady Matthew (11) .... 8 7 November U4- ? 8 G Lady Eva i2) ? 8 2 Beautiful -9- ? 8 2 Summer Rose (15) .... 8 1 Duotetra (5) ? 7 13 Hermiii ilG) ? 7 12 Ethel Clare (17) .. .. 7 12 Royal Colors (10) .. .. 7 12 Vagitus 1 131 ? 7 11 Tlmoana -4- ? 7 10 Lady Game i3) ? 7 10 Kr:;.--noi U2- ? 7 5. Edna's Choice -7i .... 7 4 Doncella -l- ? 7 3 La Commerce -8i .. .. 1 3 SUMMER HILL NOVICE.— 9 Furlongs At 2.10 p.m. Hereford i20i ? 8 7 Desert March 161 .. .. 8 7 Lord Ivan (18) ? 8 5 Sanchcrle 1 13 - ? 8 4 Drummer Boy ...
FLEMINGTON SATURDAY'S ACCEPTORS [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 11 July 1946
REMINGTON SATURDAY'S ACCEPTORS The following are the acceptors and] post positions for the V.R.C. meeting an Saturday next:. | LAWN HANDICAP.— fi Furlongs First Division At 1 p.m. Ncenah (20) ? .. ., 9 '6 Tea cake (5) ? 9 3 Royal Flight (7) ? 8 12 Maemento (3) ? 8 7 Kinder Gold (11) ? 8 5 Night Fighter. (9) ? 8 4 Approve (21) ? 8 3 Propontis i24) ? 8 3 Mysticus (22) ? 8 1 Apropos (13) ? 7 12 Enthuse (16) ? 7 12 Edward John (19) ? 7 U Princess Amy il7- ? 7 U Chatfield (18) ? 7 7 Home James (15) ? 7 6 Carngham (14) ? 7 5 Kind Link (4) ? 7 5 Lord Baden (8) ? 7 4 Hcrev/ard (23) ? : .. .. 7 3 Jungbahadur (10) ? 7 U Dual Gilt (2) ? 7 0 Labrador (25) ? 7 0 Prince Buzzard (1) ? 7 0 Tough Guy (12l ? 7 0 Vestige (G) ? 7 0 DOUTTA GALLA HURDLE RACE.— 21 Miles At 1.40 p.m. Hiatus (5) ? 12 0 Buzhariuc (10) ? ID U Ron Rico (7) ? .. 10 7 Gyrone (1) ? 10 4 Camouflage (6) ? 10 0 David Star ill) ? 9 5 Mercury Bay (8) ? 9 5 The Feline -3- ? 9 3 Cepheus (4» ? 9 0 Red Alder (2) ? 9 0 Shoubra (9)' , ? 9 0...
RECORD RIDE AROUND AUSTRALIA PER PUSH BIKE NIGH 50 YEARS AGO (No. 9.) [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 11 July 1946
RECORD RIDE AROUND AUSTRALIA PER PUSH BIKE NIGH 50 YEARS AGO (By Donald Mackay, C.B.E.) i No. 9.) AH TJirec Sick and Starving On waking in the morning (20th September! we realised thai we liiul barely two days' supply of tucker, ami that instead of doing close on lflO miles. as expected, we had only comr 4K: and that 48 had taken much out -:? us. At breaklast I found 1 liatl Ha-t a valuable pocket, knife, and. thinking it | had fallen out of my por-kci when I lay down some few miles back. I re traced .steps, leeling none the lj' tier foi that outing. White had tried to get w-:r.' infor mation from the blacks during my absence, but without sucri-.--*-. £» wo. started mice more. A few miles of plain, then a .??mall, red. graven;, lull, which enabled ridhc for a mile or two. then black plains , again. Eight miles on we came to Broad ; Creek. The water, as usual. \va:. this-!:: , but we had a drink and filled up '»'' j aater tank.1.. We also had si'\eial shots at the galahs and budi'.er...
OVER THE AIR Parliamentarians Behave! [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 11 July 1946
OVER THE AIR Parliamentarians , Behave ! ! CANBERR.A, Thursday: Members of the Hotise 'oil* Representatives were on their best behavior when Parlia ment, 'went on the air'' at 3 p.m. yesterday, for the first, time in ytus-i traliiiK politics. I Fifty-five minutes were devote,-! to questions without, notice by members and me replies oy ivuiiLsuT.s wvi l marked by -singular restraint. The usual noisy and sometimes heated ex changes between parties were misshig.. There were o:ie or two mild clash-! es, one concerning Liberal Party propaganda, and the other, the lease i of Northern Territory properties. | Proceedings opened with members showing obvious rc-spsct for the battery cf 1G microphones which had been installed in ihe House. This parliamentary form of micro phone fright' showed itself in '.lie voice.1;. Several members spoke with apparent ntrviiiWiess, which in one] or two cases was betrayed by a slight j LlMllvjI 111 illli: uaii'*»,* ..'nuii^ v«Av-.'.j The public naileries were...
PRISONER SHOT Attempting to Escape [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 11 July 1946
PRISONER SHOT Attempting to Escape i I MELBOURNE. Wednesday: AUer he had ignored several warning, ?,!i')i.s. a prisoner who tried to e.waps| whili' under escort at Spencer street | railway station today was shot In the neck by a warder a.s he .sought to dash through the crowd ol travellers. When overtaken, the prisoner strug gled violently, but finally was over powered, and taken to hospital.
OVERSEAS NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 11 July 1946
Ot'lIKSEAS NEWS curi en-, news in this itcvspapcr 1* ,., 1!,1,;;,(i by Australian Awkiclated p'iv.-. .-;.'-i'-''« include. In England Thu ?[?'„?,,.-. Duly Teles;raph, D.iily Mail. ,,.,.;., lifi-ald Dally Express, Manclu'st ,. i;::ii[!!:i'- Reuter's World Service. '-. .. .-Kttfil l'''css of Great Britain. ( ,, iMiianye Telegraph Agency; and j.', ,\i:ii'ii:a. the New York Times. ,,,.. ,|[i-Tril-uiie. Associated Press, and |;i. Nurih American Newspaper Alli ,',.'.,... Mutter from the London Ti,,.,: tliic.i not express that news _4.,.-i ?;, vii'W unless so stated.
TENNIS ASSOCIATION COMPETITION [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 11 July 1946
TENNIS ASSOCIATION COMPETITION Catholic Club team to meet Coun try Club No. 1 nt the Country Club courts on Saturday: N. Lloyd. R. O'Brien. J. O'Mallcy. J. McLean, Mrs Patterson. Mrs. Cullcn. Railway Institute tennis team for | Saturday: Spitfires v Wirraways. Spitfires: Boyce, Ryan, Walkom, Scrivener, Mrs. Rinkin, Mrs. Windred. Wirraways: Anderson, Hugo, Mills Mclnerney, Mrs. Bryant, Mclnerney. Hurricanes v Town No. 2: T. Os mond. I. Heath, M. Greaves. O. Bar rett (capt.), Mrs. Heath, Mrs. Sloane. Emergency, C. Barrett.
FEED OATS Guaranteed Price [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 11 July 1946
FEED OATS Guaranteed Price Cfi.yV.'. ?''?''* TiiurEday: The Prime Mir.u'vr '!'?!;! M|-- LanBtry, in Ihe H'..ii-.' '1 ll.-;;!--:entatives y-Jstsi'day lhat a i:ii|1 |i; 3 il bushel at growers' -i-!ir-i v.Mii'.i '?'? I1-1'1' for feed oats de livri'il '' l:-' Australian Barley j)i-ln-ry by s''iwcl's. said Mr. Chif Ipv w:i--- viilii'i'iify. and they ware jm. 1 1) -,rll on U'P oi)e' market, if they w:sj-l(;l, iliii.-. giving them the choice , ? Ci-cn wit' m' delivery at a gunr iii-.ir.i! l.-rii-i1.
MAN KILLED IN QUARRY When Face Collapses [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 11 July 1946
MAN KILLED IN QUARRY When Face Collapses SYDNEY. Thursday: When hun dreds ol i us is of rock and earth crash - td ilt/wn :i riiiarry face at Merrylar.d;; '.';ci:-.y ,::?..? ,,: three men working at the bn.-j ii ;ii:- (|iiarry was killed, and :.!ie otlu-rs }-. ;irl aiiiazini; escapes. Tiir tr.ut: V:iHc(t has tint. vet. hppti i;irn;i:iv(j inn lie was young, and a retii!:r.-(! soldier. T::i- Jhi-ct- m-n were working in tlv; Widcmcre iJItu- r.letal Quarry when t)ic oviM'iiunKiiu; cliff face began to cvm-H. One man shoutccl :i warning. anil '.'A'' i ui . them hurled themscl-.vs acaiiifi. ilie wall of the quarry jusi ,-,* ?in1.?: f;I rock hurtled past. Diz.il and shaken, they are not o'hcrv.isc- iiurt. but their companion who h:!'! attempted a desperate bid ?j rri'.-h thi' centre of the quarry v.vis ctiiiylit Ijy the major portion --1 the fall .and was buried under tuns nf rock.