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GIBRALTAR "INCIDENT" Inquiry Proceeding [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 12 July 1946

GIBRALTAR 'INCIDENT' Inquiry Proceeding GIBRALTAR. I-fitiay: The Chief Justice, colonel n.ie.cr Bat-on. is piv sidinii over an inquiry into the cc-- r.peration of the ('.ilial'.ar Servire and Civil Police Forces. lie i.s [;ivin;; ;peci;d cci!:sidera'.!:in the -list:irb- fintcf in w'.iieli Australian troops were invalved last wet k.

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 12 July 1946

PROFESSIONAL J. & R. A. SPEIRS Optometrists AUSTRAL CHAMBERS MK. t:. A. SI'EIKS, F.I.O. lion. (Syrt.l CONSULTATIONS: Thursdays. 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. Fridays. 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Office open Monday to Saturday for adjustments and replacements. 'Phono, Cootamundra 185. for ap pointments. f *'Alc \ 'Cootamundra Daily Herald' FRIDAY. JULY 12. :a;-i. |

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ROCKET BOMB USED Was it an Experiment? [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 12 July 1946

ROCKET BOMB USED Was it an Experiment? r.O:;DO.\. Friday: 'A prujrctil^! i jrli' vi-(i !?) be akin to a rocket bumbj ''.'?iud at the coastal resor: -if Su;'.d— j vc!!.'' ''.iy.s the Stockholm correspond- j .'i t .' :hn -riiill' Pvurnc ' Swed.'s believe it to l.e a Russian exit: rimenutl bomb, tired from the Genual! Baltic Coast. 550 miles away, where the Russians are said to bej uslnit German scisntists in 'V' weapon experiments. j

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 12 July 1946

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 12 July 1946

COMFORT 3% ! *62 r»rkcr fit. 'Finnic: ;?a FOR MEN'S AND WOMEN'S GOLF SHOES ! ? i

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 12 July 1946

'The Finest Cyde In flie W@iM' .toys— Noted i-Jin Esritisls Engineer s th-; past hvmly-five years f hnvr !-con ]-rivilc-:i'il lo see production in :t!l the world's lauding cycle i'tic'lorics. but I huvr never seen anything lo evjtial Malveni Star in eral'lsmaiisliip. precision manufacture, rigid standards of hisjieclion and high quality finish. // is thi'. Jinr.tl. cyrle in the world.' ?Mr. K. A. Wc-loii. formerly Director 'I reluiii-iil Man power to l!i'it:iiii'» Warlinie Ministry of l.iilimir. played a i-ci-piiu-ililr pari in ?.nine of llie aimi/.ittg projects nhli-h rn-11 rrd llie Mlece.-sflll ima-inll of Kin-ope. lie liuil miller His ilirei'lion nearly '1,0(10 ^war linie faelorie-i anil (iftT.000 engineer:-, lie I* an e.\perl on production planning and mine lo Australia nniler, llie -|ion«or- ~liip of llie Secondary Imhif trie* Conuni.-Mon. COSTS NO MORE THAN AN ORBIHARY CYCLE Tim lriliiili- paid to Malvern Star liv Mr. . K. A. Weston i.s praii-e indeed from Mirli a noted I'ligi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 12 July 1946

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ASSOCIATE GOLF NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 12 July 1946

ASSOCIATE GOLF NOTES. This Saturday will be a par competi tion 13 holes, commencing at 1.30 p.m.,, 13th tee, the second round of Hawkins Cup. Captain of the day, Miss. Sutton. , ' Last Saturday the 4-ball competition was most popular, Mrs., Murphy and Mrs. k. Williams, recording the fine score of 3 up. . ( The second round ' of the Richard's cup was played last, Sunday, being won by Mrs, Sexton wth G8. Perhaps this will break the 'second' complex. Associates are again reminded that 21st July,, as well jas being the eliminat ing championship round, will also be the third round of the Richard's Cup. Keep this in mind and also plan for our big day tournament on 3rd August We hope to have particulars and dodg ers by this week-end.

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WHEAT BILL Poll Suggested by Mr. Menzies [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 12 July 1946

I WHEAT BILL Poll Suggested by Mr. Menzies CANBERRA. Friday: Bf.uire '.he. Wheat Stabilisation Bill ciune ;,itn operation it should require to he up proved. by a majority at whea'grov i voting at a poll, said the lender it the Opposition iMr. irt i li - House of Representatives yester-.l i , ? ?speaking during the second readi::;. debate on the bill. There v.-as a fairly well established practice m Australia that, before schemes of this kind, which affected growers, were put into operation, their wishes should be as certained. 'Al'lf-r all. it i.- their labor, skill, ar.d assets which have produced the h.c. be.'jl, ' ! i ? -aid. 'They are the n-..ij'.i i-(,i,tri'outi-rs to the s'.abiii.i tic-n ftmd. -l,nd:r tin-.,.- circiliiistaii'.-cs. ti i).;: shctiUi be taiten amon.; the . b'ti.i'-' 'lie :si.it ion cci.'.'.'s int.-) einMoii.' Mr. M'iixii ? criticised t'.-.e Ci :ii''it'- ]iropo.s.il c.iabliMi a g anteid liuniniicn price to -irower. i 2 a biisii'! t'.( 'V p - ? r 1 - lor a peri',:'...

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CANTERBURY TOMORROW'S ACCEPTORS Selections by "Tigor" TOW-YEAR-OLD HANDICAP.—71 Furlongs (Colis and Geldings) [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 12 July 1946

CANTERBURY TOMORROW'S ACCEPTORS Selections by 'Tigar' TWO-YEAR-OI.D HANDICAP.— 71 Furlongs (Coils and Geldings) At 1 p.m. Raleigh (7) ? 8 13 Double Mint (5) ? 8 12 Leumas (4) ? 8 2. Tengur (13) ? 8 2 Denalli (8) ? 8 1 Uranium (14) ? 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 (6i ? 7 3 Beau Felt (9) ? 7. 1 Vesalius (12) ? ? 7 1 Taleteller i3) ? 7 0 RALEIGH or DOUBLE MINT TWO-YEAR-OLD HANDICAP ? fi Furlongs (Fillies) At 1.35 p.m. Phiftinia (6) ? 9 3 Ladv Matthew (11) .... 8 7 November (14) ? 8 6 Lady Eva '2) ? 8 2 Beautiful (9) ? 8 2 Summer Rose (15) .... 8 1 Duotetra (5) ? 7 13 Hermia - 16) ? 7 12 Ethel Clare (17) .. .. 7.12 Royal colors (10) .... 7 12 Vagitus 1 13) ? ? 7 11 Timoana (4) ? 7 10, Lady Game -3) .. .. ... 7 10 Krasnoi 1 12) ? 7 5 Edna's Choice (7) .... 7 4 Doncella (1) ? 7 3 La Commerce (8) .. .. 7 3 NOVEMBER or PHOT1NIA SUMMER HILL NOVICE.— 9 Furlongs At 2.10 p.m. Hereford (20) ? 8 7 D...

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OVERSEAS NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 12 July 1946

OVERSEAS NEWS rncr c.'is news ill this newspaper is juippl,'**' ,)V Australian Associated p,,,.,,. .smirees include in England The iwily Telegraph, Dally Mail, ln:h iiernld. Daily Express, Manchest (iiiiirdit''' Router's World Service. i .. ,ii:it''il Press of Great Britain. i.viiiiiige Telegraph Agency; and j,, ..\iiuiica, the New York Times, lici .Uii-Tribune, Associated Press, and ? In' American Newspaper Alli Matter from the London Imik- [''IS 1101 C!il»'ess that news ,„.i's new unless so slated.

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FLEMINGTON TOMORROW'S ACCEPTORS Selections by "Tigar" [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 12 July 1946

FLEMINGTON TOMORROW'S ACCEPTORS Selections by 'Tigar' The following are the acceptors and post positions for the V.R.C. meeting on Saturday next: LAWN HANDICAP.— G Furlongs First Division At 1 p.m. Nccnali ? ? 6 Tea cake ? ? 9 3 Royal Flight (7) ? 8 12 Maemento i3) ? 8 7 Kinder Gold (11) ? 8 5 Night Fighter (9) ? 8 4 Approve (21) ? * 3 Propontis (24) ? 8 3 Mysticus (22) ? 8 1 Apropos (13) ? 7 12 Enthuse (16) ? 7 12 Edward John (19) ? 7 11 Princess Amy (17) ...... 7 9 Chatfleld il8) ? 7 7 Home James (15) ? 7 G Carngham (14) ? 7 5 Kind Link (4) ? 7 5 Lord Baden (8) ? 7 4 Hereward i23) ? 7 3 Jungbahadur (10) ? 7 2 Dual Gift -2i ? ? 7 0 Labrador , (25) ? ,. 7 0 Prince Buzzard (1) ? ? 7,0 Tough Guy: (12) ? 7 0 Vestige (6) ? 7 0 MAEMENTO or TEA CAKE 20UTTA GALI.A IIURDI.E RACE.— 2J r.iiles i At 1.40 p.m. Hiatus (5) ? 12 0 Buzharine (10) ? 10 !) 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 Ccpheus (4) ? ? 9 0...

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FOOTBALL FROLIC Tomorrow's Big Day [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 12 July 1946

FOOTBALL FROLIC Tomorrow's Big Day ^It will be a gala day on Fisher Pari: tomorrow afternoon, when the foot ball frolice in aid of Miss 'Tl:n Smith's candidature in the War Mem orial Queen Competition, wlll.be h-'l ! It is to commence at 1.30. wllen t'.vo school teams will play. mere win aiso oe a motor oi.t.1 fcotball match, which will provide 11 (omething right out of the ordinary. n Tiie gome for the Pa and Ma Cup 1 between boys and 'girls,' will cauoe j . lot of fun and laughter. | I There will be plenty of novelties on i j the ground. J

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 12 July 1946

ADVERTISE WELL 1 the coming events, meetings, and so on. F°l these the charge Is 5,' per inch (U'''n, one inch upward). ? '

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ANOTHER THUG ATTACK [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 12 July 1946

ANOTHER THUG ATTACK SYDNEY. Friday: Leslie Abbot'.. 50. was attacked by a thug wearing a knuckle duster, ond robbed at New town etirly today. The thug was accompanied by a blonde girl. Abbott said that he was walking to wards his home, when two men and a girl approached him. As he drew level with them Xhe man said, 'Give us your dough !' A revolver was also produced by one of the thugs. Abbott said that he handed his money to one thug, and the other then smashed him across the face.,: 'I jer talnly copped it,' he said.

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SPORTING TROTTING NEXT COOTAMUNDRA TROTS [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 12 July 1946

[?] TROTTING NEXT COOTAMUNDRA TROTS The Cootamundra Tattersall's Trot ting Club makes a preliminary an nouncement that its next meeting will be held on the showground on Satur day. 21st September.

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NEW TAXATION REDUCTIONS Expected to be Retrospective [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 12 July 1946

NEW TAXATION REDUCTIONS Expected to be Retrospective i i CANBERRA, Friday: The Prime Minister iMr. Chifley - will announce.1 in the House of .Representatives today, that the new tax reduction cuts begin at about 18 per |cent. on low incomes, and drop to about 12 per cent, on £1000 a year. tj The reduction'- on higher incomes! will be about 7 jjer cent. | It is understotftl that the reductions: will operate in September, but will be| retrospective to .^July l. j Total reduction's are exacted to put | about £17.000.000 'jr. the taxpny.1!.'-'! lHickets. | The Prime Minister said that, under! the reduced schedule, the personal j exertion tax cn |i single man. without! dependants, earring £250 per anin,:n. would be £26 17/6. A sine.le man earning £500 would pav £08 7 . and it single man earning £1000 would pay . £273.

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TROTTING MEN MEET IN TEMORA [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 12 July 1946

TROTTING MEN MEET IN TEMORA j Delegates from 12 south-west trott ing clubs met in Temora for the annual | meeting of the South-west and River ina Trotting Association last Sunday. Towns represented were Ariah Park. Barellan, Coolamon, Cootamundra, Griffith. Junee, Lceton. Marrar, Te mora. Wyalong, Yenda. Weethalle. Officers elcected were: President. Mr. A. V. Mahon - Cootamimdrn l ; vicepre sidents. Messrs. W. J. Porter (Temora), S. Maxwell i Lceton), W. W. Black (Barellan). Executive committee; Messrs. K Corby 'Cootamundra). E. Harpley (Te mora). L. McKelvie ' Marrar), L. Walk er i Ariah Park), H. Hammnod (Te mora).

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WING-COMMANDER WHITE "Named" by Speaker [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 12 July 1946

WING-COMMANDER WHITE 'Named' by Speaker CANBERRA, Friday: The Liberal member far Balaclava, Wing-Ccm-' mander White, was suspended in the Hcuse of Representatives . today amidst uproarious scenes. Wing-Coii'.iniii'.der White refused to withdraw remarks that tne speaker i. Mr. R.i;:cvc:ir- was 'untruthful.' The scon:' occurred when the Min ister for the Army requested permis sion to make a statement on Army dischi. rite'-'. Wing-Ccimniiiiider While and several other Opp '.moil members interjected and. in the crstiing argument, Wing Con-jinatidi'i V.'i::.e made a remark to which the tru-.-aiter objected. The tip immediately 'named' \Yin'j-(''''.!-i:-'-id.i' White, and the Prime -Iii'.:~;''i' 'Mr. Chifley) moved for his Mi^'tsi''' Tl„. m.ii i''i »-as carried by 42-21. As Wiiu-C ..'iiiiiiniider While was Knim: ti»' Chamber he claimed that lu, j,. it| ? ? il unfairly treated, but juld'd. '? l; !W 10 Lhe filing of Misier j IWil'Tl}-' Tin- fc';- :i!'.er said that when the K»i;.-e n'.:-i ne...

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GOLF Club Championship [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 12 July 1946

GOLF . Club Championship Below is. the adjusted draw for Ihe championship, commencing at 8.30 on Sunday: A Grade: O. V., Collins and D. Stratton. E. Brook and T. Meale, D. Doidge and G. Ballard, C. Colmer and E. H. Williams. R. Rowe and G. Lealjy, N. Bassingtliwalghte and H. Dreyer. [ B Grade: L. Ticehurst and R. Dlbbs. C. Murdoch and E. Dundas, E. Last and E. Finucane. L. Carberry and E. Mammatt. !?'. stedman and L. cross man. E. Weissel and L. O'Toole, R. Williams and R. Cohen, A. Dobbie and O. Ballard. C Grade: B. Windrim and M. Mutch, D. Willis and J. Rees, J. Moran and T. Armstrong. L. C. Smith and J. Callander, G. Stephen and J. Copp, S. Dunkley and F. .Noble, J. Caster and marker. .

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