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FOOTBALL Temora Here on Sunday [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 18 July 1946

FOOTBALL Temora Here on Sunday Temora first grade team will . visit Cootamundra on Sunday next to play the Group Nine competition game. Cootamundra is to be represented by: D. Wall; j. Bryant, F. Ryan, J. Crowe, N. McDonell; H. Thackeray, N. Lloyd; J. Boll, B. Bryant, G. Ball, S. McAlls ter, A. Broughton, G. Greig. -Reserve oacks, R. Cohen, W. Glanville, R. Geh rig; forwards, K. Glanville. The Cootamundra Reserves will go to Temora.

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HONOR FOR NEW JUNEE SCHOOL TEACHER [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 18 July 1946

lioNOi: roil new .iu-h:i: SCHOOL TE.M.'lIKll | Tiie honor ol having been 'mention- ed i:i despatches' has been conferred on June.? High Siheoi teacher Mr. Neil Pound. I During the war lie served with the R.A.A.F. The citation reads; 'As educational officer hi the Ma- i daty; zone. Flyin-j-Ofncer Pound lia.s. ; during the past eight months, shown conspicuous 1 and energy ill tile performance of his duties, and has made a mateiial contribution to tiie maintenance of morale in the Madang area. 'He is intensely loyal to ideaK ' untiring and completely uii'-e;:; ii in his devotion to his wo;k. and i.-- h..h!v respected by all with whom he : come in contact, both officer.', and '?

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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THIRD GRADE COMPETITION [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 18 July 1946

THIRD GRADE COMPETITION I In the Third Grade competition on Sunday. Stockinbingal play Wallend beeli at Wallendbeen, and De La Salle Old Boys meet Railway in the early match to the Cootamundra-Temora iame on Fisher Park.

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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LOCAL & GENERAL JULY RAINFALL [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 18 July 1946

LOCAL & GENERAL I Jl'LY RAINFALL I Falls recorded at the Cootammulra ' post office for Hit' month of July have been: 1st ? 76 , 2nd ? '? I 3rd ? 11 ' 4th ? '' 1 13. ? ? ? ? ? i Kith ? -' ' ! iTlli ? 1 : j llfth ? '! I I Total paints ? I1-1 ^ | Thi ? inakr.- a iota! of 1181 for '.h-' year. '

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CHILD'S PAINFUL ACCIDENT Dog Caused Broken Leg [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 18 July 1946

CHILD'S PAINFUL ACCIDENT i Dog Caused Broken / Lee An unfortunate accident i.'cr.irred i;i tile Roynl Hotel yard, Young. when -i red setter dog decided i., join small children in their »:ime ball.' Rubin, aged 3, and i'eiei. aucd the children ol' Mr, ar.d .Mis R. Douglass. who are slaying Royal Hotel v.-hile waiting t(- .styvie a home at Young, wer;' ??ngriissed i.i their game, and when Peter kie):-.\l the hall Robin ran tn do iik 'wi Just at tile moment the di.e run front of her, causing her u ; heavily, with her right I;g doubled »e neatli her. Taken to a do; tor's 'li ttery. the child was found to have bro ken her leg below the knee. i The leg was placed in plaster, and Robin will spend the next eight weeks recovering from tile injury.

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 18 July 1946

stoc- 5 ^ Ah mailer where it is, * fiJMLSi. ar'E fads' ' '/ ? ! ( 11 ' ' £*..-? | ; It . leads in its standards of appraisal! 'grading, lot fr ? j 'ting and auctioneering — and, as a result.' it leads iri i ':' ? ; ^he'sectiring of the maximum price per lb. for every 'J 'a 'item offered. : ? . . 1 .The Australian, Mercantile, Land -S Finance -Coy. f ' lild; leads'also in the complete service it provides its. i : clients. This service embraces the sale of wool -andv fj j : produce, fat, store and stud stock, and properties*-^ the' supply of all station requirements— advances- on liens and mortgages — and personal services such as only a company with its wide facilities can ' provide. Australian, Mercantile, Land & Finance Coy. Ltd. v 4 Street, Sydney j Branches at Newcastle, Wagga, Moree, Henty and Hay. I * -p. ?. ? '.'v-/ i ? ' . A3.-12.76 ' , 'T?* ; ? 7' ? ''''' Valet Blades now more easilq obtainable .. .. ? You, perhaps,, were one of those .unfortunates who h;ul to ^ive u...

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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L.G. EXTENSION AND THE RURAL RESIDENTS [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 18 July 1946

I..G. EXTENSION AXI) TIIE KV1!.\L RESIDENTS 111 a ri'ieiH i-ilitnriul we referred (» j the trends n!s Ihe adoption of enmity n.'itniils anil the eiieiuruR? nieiit in that direetian tvliirli l.'eai Government limlies were reee'ivlng from the State (liiveniniem itself; and, apropos. «e ii- iw sive some remarks by' one «r t!ie UrrmM nf all the delegates who have lieen i limine tn conferences at this eeiilr.il nii'i'tiiij; place — Cnnta- muiulra. Wlien anything is afoot fur the Rood nf v l:iies in particular. -1 r. Val. Braps is seeniin;ly sure tn lie here. As a keen leader fur Riirrangong Sliire Council for many years past, anil a regular attendant at shires' Assurer] tion annual confcieiu'es in Sydney, lie reported to his nun council on the re cent (fathering in Sydney. In lb' course ' b'f thai ' address Cr.' ' Bragg saw approaching big flanges in Local Go vernment, ivhicli* would be of substan tial ^benefit to' t'oimcils and rural resi dent's. ''The 'conference' was. I have no hesita...

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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RUSSIAN ACQUITTED On Espionage Charge [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 18 July 1946

RUSSIAN ACQUITTED i On Espionage Charge SEATTLE, Thursday: The Fecl'ial Court jury acquitted n Russian naval officer, Lieut. Nicolas Roctiu, cju charges of espionage and conspiracy. Russians Withdrawn From Canada OTTAWA, Thursday: Thr- Prime I Minister, Mr. Mackenzie King. luldj the House cf Commons tlj:u ubven of j seventeen Rutyiiau Embassy omi-loyoi»3j mentioned in the espUmagt* report re- ! turned to Riussia ix'fon* thn rcixji't-wasj published. I The Prime Minister .-.aid that he had | assurances that the others mentioned . would be leavin» immediately at ihn i Soviet Government *.s inyistance. ]

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 18 July 1946

PROFESSIONAL J. & R. A. SPEIRS , / Optometrists AUSTRAL CHAMBERS Silt. It. A. SI'RIRS. F.I.O. Hon. (S.vil.) CONSULTATIONS: Thursdays. 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. Fridays. !) a.m. to 3 p.m. Oflice open Monday tu Saturday for adjustments and replacements. 'Phone, Coo.amundra 185. for ap pointments. 'Cootamundra Daily Herald' ? THURSDAY. JULY 18. 194G. ,

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HAND GRENADES STOP BRITISH 25 Injured [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 18 July 1946

HAND GRENADES STOP BRITISH DAfoCE 25 Injured ALEXANDRIA, Thursday: Fivr| linnd Krenndes wer? thrown into tin- j British Warrant Officers' and Serv ants' Club while a dancc '.;a- b- .n . J held. Twentv-fiv; persons were in jured, inchidiny twelve Kirls. ' Premier sldky Pasha announc.d 15000 reward for information leadins i to the arrest of those responsible in' the dastardly act, which shocked him He added it would be particni irlv grevious to him if an inquiry estab lished that the authors were E;;.'p- : tians.

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57-CLASS ENGINES Will Revolutionise Wheat Transport [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 18 July 1946

57-CLASS ENGINES Will Revolutionise Wheat Transport The running if the '57 class engine.' to Junee will re\ ilutionise the trans port of wheat from the Riverina. This was stated by the superintend ent of running, Mr. E. Agassiz, who has been personally conducting the tests of the engines between junee anc. Cootamundra. During some of the wheat harvest.' in past years serious hold-ups havi ?occurred owing to the shortage of en gine power and other contingencies. Mr. Agassi?, does not anticipate thai any blockages will occur in future even with a bumper harvest. He points out that- some years ago it was necessary to run a dozen trains a day hauled by '57 class engines out of Cootamundra to handle wheat. This mean1, '.hat the handling of 12,000 ton? of wheat from Coota mundra considerably relieved 1 Im position. but that the reduccd load' from Junee were still a bottleneck. By being able to haul 1000 tons ol wheat, out of Junee in one train in fu ture with it riciiocheting right back t...

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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CONVICTED JEW Escapes From Terrorists [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 18 July 1946

CONVICTED JEW Escapes From ! Terrorists I JERUSALEM. Thursday: While] awaiting sentence 'from a higher authority.' after pleading guilty to treason, by the Jewish People's Higher Court, a Czech Jew. Benjamin pap anek, slipped his handcuffs, and es caped from the Jewish Terrorists holding him. This was officially revealed today, when it was announced that he was in protective custody of the Palestine police. I

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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SKELETON AT DEAD LETTER OFFICE [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 18 July 1946

SKELETON AT DEAD LETTER OFFICE ? ... SYDNEY, Thursday: A human skeleton which was delivered to the Dead Letter Office lias been offered to the Sydney University. It came from New Guinea. The women .em ployees protested against having to work near human remains, and some of the men objected to handling it.

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HAMBURG WORKERS RIOT Over Food [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 18 July 1946

HAMBURG WORKERS RIOT Over Food HAMBUKG. Thursday : Three hundred worker.-, assigned to prepare the homes of families of the staff of the British Military Government have rioted, declaring that the food given I thrm was 'only fit for pigs.' J Hiding broke out after the vegeiables were issued. The men looteu the camp stores of butter, bread. linnrd meat, :t:id Migar, and smashed tools and benches, j Pclice reserves eventually quelled the outbreak. Printed and published by William Henry Pinkslone. of 157 Wallendoon street. Cootamundra, at 'The Coota mundra Herald' Printer.v, 106 Wal lendnon street. Cootamundra. ? ? ? ? ? ' ? I

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 18 July 1946

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 18 July 1946

COMFORT S ! *62 Parker 81. 'Phone: tot I ANNOUNCES ARRIVAL OF QUANTITY ! new shoes

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 18 July 1946

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 18 July 1946

^ ]y ' xmB «u ^ SB if ? Always insist on WADE'S Cornflour. Wade's is a genuine maize Cornflour — triple refined in texture to add extra smoothness, creaminess, and wholesomoness to every Cornflour dish. IKf ADC'C TRIPLE - REFINED HRut O CORNFLOUR A PRODUCT OF CLIFFORD LOVE 1 CO. LTD. SYDNEY. 'SHELL TELLS' : No. 4 of a Series. , 1 designed and constructed a system for' PIPING PETROL all over blitzed England In 1941 it was decided to lay a great network of oil pipelines in England, since half her blitzed ports could not be used, and her road and rail transport was under ? i terrific strain. The responsibility of designing and constructing the whole system was given to Shell. Innumerable difficulties were overcome. All the pipelines shown by the thick lines on the man were ready three months before D-day, supplying high octanc aviation fuel, motor spirit, and kerosinc, for the great air offensive and the vast invasion army. Shell did it — was able to do it because Shell is trained to s...

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VICTORY LAD Runs Fast Trial [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 18 July 1946

VICTORY LAD Runs Fast Trial SYDNEY. Thursday: At Randwick this morning Victory Lad, with Generator, sprinted half a mile hi 507. Royal Peer covered six in 1.18a. Sir Neith ran five in 1.5 At Victoria Park Earl Pentheus left half a mile behind in 491. John Halifax and Pittman covered the same distance in 50. Ynnkee Lad sprinted five in 1.4.

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COMMUNITY SPY SYSTEM ? [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 18 July 1946

COMMUNITY SPY SYSTEM ? In the House of Representatives Mr Anthony (C.P.. N.S.W.) asked if there was a body in existence known as a Reporting Officers' Organisation, which functioned without pay and rc porteel to a post office box under sccrct conditions on members o[ the community. The Minister for the Army (Mr. Forde) said he was unaware of any such organisation, but lie would in quire.

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