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MUTTAMA MONTHLY MARKET [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 19 July 1946

JIUTTAMA MONTHLY MARKET There was extra gocd competition for 1230 mixed sheep, and 85 head of mixed cattle at the last' Muttama Market, when almost a total clearance was ei fected at auction. There was also very keen competi tion for '.he numerous lets of sundries. Then, was »n extm 'nod attendance. and buyers were present from Sydney. ' Melbourne and surrounding districts. The Red Cross ladies were kept busy during the afternoon serving; after noun lea. which was vcrv much ap i.icci!it'd by all who attend these mai 1 . t.-. Giisi:« of the principal sales were: M: iJ aiiieil Brcs. Lon;:\iew. steers, r.- iit: J. V,'. Ccjgan. Spring Dam. In i 19 : J. \V. Coggan. also! s'.e. r- £J2 14 ; r. T. Coggan. Bel -U' ? - -leers. £i'J 9 : F. T. Coggan. Bei- ! i«'-i!t iii iters. £9 7 : \V. I.. Dunn, veal- 1 ei-. LI ! 13 : W. O. NiciioU- x lambs, j I: O. F t Vin.-enL v-.i-; '.u ' - on -n- R I M. .Miiore. ewes. 29 9: il. 1.. Coggan.1 Bi-lmcs.t. merino wether-. 2;i 1: O. P. McMahi.ii. aged mer. weth...

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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ADDRESS BY REV. CHAMBERLAIN [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 19 July 1946

ADDRESS BY REV. lII.YMBKItl.AIN The Church of England's I. ni.e-' Guild gave a very successful neon tea at the Parish Hall yestcr!i. The occasion was to give the ei-^'. ? or m ire people present. including s ? rcfer.lativss from other churches. had been invited to attend, an cp;; tunitv to hear at first hand s.jme facts about 'Life in England tV,.'-:' War Conditions.' given by the visiting clergyman. Rev. W. H. Chamberlain, who is relieving the Rec'-cr. Rev. A. W. Harris, for a short time. ! Tlie Rev. Chamberlain, who was ac companicd by his wife, gave a very fine address, and is an acknowledged able sp.-aker. ! In tin- absence of Mrs. Harris, the Rector's wire, tlie vice-presidents pre- ^ sent cf the Ladies' Guild. Mesdamcs Miller. Palmer, and Gravolin. super-' , vised proceedings. The musical items j were provided by Mesdairies Dobbie. | , Dunkley. Copp. jand Corby. I 1 Mrs. Davits, who had charge of the; j coin box. reported quite an appreciable; [ amount towards the 'Food for Br...

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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A. E. R. SERVICES [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 19 July 1946

A. E. It. SERVICES Mr. Jack Masing. of A. K. R. Ser vice. lias a staff now that can c.!|i-' with any Lf the troubles that i:.-y occur in motor cars, trucks, rein-: or ators. etc. He can also supply all ty ;???.- ?-! -?:, ?' trical fittings and appliance. Phone 534. or call at 13', Pa: ker street, and let the expert :.iv. worry !

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LOCAL & GENERAL CATHOLIC BALL [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 19 July 1946

LOCAL & GENERAL CATHOLIC BALL The president and committee of tilt? annual catholic ball, which is being, held in the Town Hall, Cootamundra.1 on Wednesday, August 7. have all ar rangements well in hand. | Aniimbcr of u.'butuntcs are being trained by Mesd.une.s E. H. Evans i'ud Bert O'Connor, to be presented to Me Most Rev. T H AleGuire. D.D.. BUvip of Couloir. n. a: !- p.m. sharp. The following night i Thursday. Align; t £' the Children of Mary will hold their annual plain and fancy die.-- (iar.ee. The novel attraction of il, . li-s.ht will be the niiniatis'.v debutante- presented to a miniature ma\.-r and mayeri'v. i All children are asked to rune a! m« in taney .?i-stmne. and eomo 'te f..r the various prizes. Watch -hc 'C:ie:aiiHii'.cir,i Daily Herald' I'd' further particulars ct the various ^ ticns : or fancy drr.-s. The -upper. tl'or. ar.d music will be fir;-: -class. and a grand nigh; is a: - Slued f-.-r all. |

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RATIONING OF MEAT May be Lifted [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 19 July 1946

RATIONING OF MEAT May be Lifted A Melbourne message .says a price margin in cover delivery cum. prob ably HI in the pound, as well as ;h« lifting of meat quota rexirieiiosis is expected to be announced soon bv tin Commonweal tli authorities. The decision on the meat quo;,, res trietioiis will be* made at the confer ence of the Commonwealth meat of ficers in Sydney, probably next we.-i;

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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VE[?] BLOWS UP Eight Drowned [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 19 July 1946

vel blows up Eib.it Drowned LONDON, Friday: Einht of a crew cf nine are believed drowni'd when the 1000-ton Putey Harbour Hoard tender Dinlian. sank, following an under water explosion. One survivor wa.s rescued. 'I he vessel exploded and disappear ed in seconds in uew of hundreds of holitiaymakcis.

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A STEADY GIRL FRIEND!" [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 19 July 1946

A STEADY oshi. friend:' Our rca.ler-i iiiuld tin pal ilonnl if. after roailinj; t lie ati«vc* heading, tliey llionsli! v.t urre a'n.ut tc expound on «.irly m i' I i;i;i ?? and (ill- nreil tor tlir ] I r u p:t i; :lli r.r I .H' Australian rai-e. 'I hey nti'.li1. even imagine that we a romantic nrw serial to fslliw on our present one cf tin- i.uullv stury of a 'Recrcl Hide Humid Australia, N isl» 5(1 Years Api.' But stirli is nut I lie case! Actually, tlie story is much more amazing. Ae c ording tc the powers that' be, it was born in the mind of. and issued by. a junior in -that ausiist body, the Aus tralian Department of Information, ?'?'or; the benefit cf tlic.se. who may have missed it. we repeat the follinvins ques tionnaire. issued by the Department to s.-hoclchildrcn: ' 1 'I. Do you think Australia should ' remain attached to the British ; Empire? ! lln (I.i.,1. I1...I . ..., .... i;„ should cultivate' her relationship ' ivitii America? ! '3. Do you think that Australia should s...

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JET FIGHTER CRASHES Pilot Killed [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 19 July 1946

JET FIGHTER CRASHES Pilot Killed uuNDON. Friday: A Cluster meteor] je: fighter crashed in a field of barley, killing the pilot, who is believed to be Group Captain Reg. Bradley. The plane was wrecked.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 19 July 1946

professional I & R. A. SPEIRS Optometrists J AUSTRAL CHAMBERS Mil. II. A. SPKIRS. I M.O. Ilcn. (S.vil.) CONSULTATIONS: Thursdays. 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. Fridays. 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Office open Mondny to Saturday fur adjustments and replacements. 'Phone. Ccotumundra 185. for ap pointments. V- \V»,T, fY\V- 1 'Cootamundra Daily Herold' FRIDAY. .JULY l'J. 104(5.

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BRITAIN'S BEST HOPE IN INDIA [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 19 July 1946

BRITAIN'S BEST HOPE IN INDIA LONDON, ^riday : , Britain's l«.st hops of keeping India's friendship and xorbperajioiii^sjsv to offer ' ? full un trammelled -freedom and help in its attainment- as; smoothly and as quick ly aiS pdssibfc', said Sir Stafford Cnpps. iii thesyouse of Commons, when open ing the-debate' on jthe Cabinet mission to India. ; '''? i ' ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 19 July 1946

ADVI Ii : i-n:.-. rii;en:ly request ed to t:i.-;:- -vnpv' early - before I o r; ,i :!... ^.r, preceding publi cation. uh'-. ;? j. ( i,:i\eiilent to do .so.

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BRITISH SPANISH QUESTION Attack By Russian Paper [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 19 July 1946

BRITISH SPaInISH QUESTION I Attack By Russian I Paper MOSCOW. Friday: The newspaper I 'New Times' attacks a British arma ment firms for helping to build up General Franco's armed forces. The 1 paper says: 'The latest data tells of an increase in the profits of their ?Spanish affiliates and further widen ' irig of military production in Franco '.fjpain. Franco's army is increasing ' Naturally they are not interested .in the' 'rdmoval of a Fascist dictator.'

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IRISHMAN WINS IRISH OPEN [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 19 July 1946

j IRISHMAN WiNS IRISH OPE:-' l-i''! ' : I-'red. Daly. 33 ''en - ? ' :: '? regional, won '.he Irish . ( . , ,u«hip with an ag ar is the first Irish 1 -. ? '. 'jp.:i since its in c- ;- : :. ... : . '? ? '.'?m Nida. was third \wtii a .

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PLOT DISCOVERED To Overthrow Siam Government [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 19 July 1946

PLOT DISCOVERED To Overthrow Siam Government BANGKOK, Friday: Premiei' Plianamyong announced the dis covery of a plot to overthrow Slum's Constitutional Government.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 19 July 1946

' 'Malvern Star Craftsmen Lead the World ' Soys Mofied Bri&islK Engineer f§pK|H^ Air . Ul'ST ( '^jori ^ir-^ 7 ^ -r/m / r a I ^ /r/ fi r/ / fix // *?; jrWr-f imp Ministry of Luln-tirt ilirminf-ham. //r is mi vxprrt oil prodtiction filatmini : ami vantr to .iiistruiiu tttnlvr //n» sponsorship of tltv .S rcmulory I mlttstrics Commission. 'Over tin; pasl 25 years il has been niv privilege to be asso ciated with craftsmen in the world's leading cycle lactones. Hut nowhere else have I seen such pride in the maintenance, of the highest standards oi' precision manufacture and finish as in the iYlalvcrn Star plant. I consider Malvern S.Kir crafts men lead the world.' . , ONLY THE BEST IS GOOD ENOUGH siipei'l) cialtsniniisliip which lias EVERY MALVERN STAR IS GUARANTEED FOR EVER ^ You'd be better on a 3RUCE SMm PT¥. LTD. 105-107 WALLENDOON STREET, COOTAMUNDRA. ?llorr than 100 Branehrs nml orrr 1.200 .liienrii'.i throughout Australia to earn for your ryiliiiii rt'tiitiirmcitls. W2.I53....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 19 July 1946

COMFIT IK, toz Parker 81. 'Phone: IM. I ' ' I FOR j MEN'S WORK t BOOTS ! BRUDERLINS drapers FOS 'PAULINE' PATTERNS

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BRITAIN'S BREAD RATIONING May be Lifted Early [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 19 July 1946

BR W5 BREAD R/ 'ONING May be Lifted Early LONDON. Friday: As prospects' improve, it may be possible much earlier Mian seemed likely a few weeks ago to msve the bread rationing bui-- j den f: ' ,i the people, declared Food Minisl Strnchcy. in the House of j Ccmir ? He 'id that if bakers tried rea- 1 sonab! id sensibly, they could workl the t rationing scheme. Only a I bake wilfully and obviously did] not ' to work the scheme would ] be -?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 19 July 1946

vw-svasv.'.'.*.'.-.-.*.....-.- - . , MEAGHER'S FtJRNITURE DEPARTMENT THROW-OUTS STOCKTMiNG Include fhi Following Reductions: ? I 2ft. 6in. Solid-end Bedsteads, I with heavy wire mattresses, ^ 69/6 to 45/. J Upholstered Bridge Chairs, 36 only, 54/6 to 29/11. Tall Boys, all hanging space, £13/15/ to £7/10/. I Flock Pillows, 10/6 to 8/11. j Glory Chests, £8/15/' r^| £5/19/6 Chest of Drawers, 3 only, 67/6 to 45/ Cedar Colored Glory Chests, £11/15/ to £8/10/. .« Podded- repkf as Chairs; ;39/6i to '.15/. /. t-;- ? -i ? i.r. V )'?' ? ? ? ' ? ? ? ' Coir- Door A^ats, i9/:l 1 to 7/11. ? r.t ,-i ' ? Tallboys, (with 3 trays; polished veneer' fronts/ £14/2/6 to £io/io/. , JOHN MEAGHER & CO., PTY., LTD. Printed and published, by William Henry Finkston'e, of 1 57 Wallehdoon street, oootamundra, nt- 'The-.Coota- mimdra Herald' Printery, 106 Wal lendwi' ' street, Cootamuriclra. ' 1 The S. M. HERALD ^^ RACING «g/ GUIDE ?s now ' **.: TWELVE *: 'pi PAGES ^ The most complete form guide published...

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ASSOCIATE NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 19 July 1946

ASSOCIATE NOTES Last Saturday made a bus- day forj tlie handicapper, victims being Mrs. A. j Smith. Miss Sutton and Mrs. Last. The par competition, second round of ; the Hawkin's Cup, was won by Mrs. ' A.'Smith, 3 up. Congratulations! I Tills Saturday a..D-nole stroke com petition will be played at 2.30 p.m.. ih-:,t j tee. Captain of day. Mrs. Murphy. I On Sunday, a dual event will be : staged— an 18-hole stroke, third round of Richard's Cup. and qr.alilying round of the club championship, it is neces sary to state whether entering one or both. Fees: Richard's Cup, Cel.; quali fying round. 1 . Stroke -play— off the stick— shall decide eight, candidates, who will later contest the champion ship. We wish to see as many as possible participate in both events. Time. 1.30 p.m.. 13lh tee. Captain of the day, Mrs. Sexton. Associates are again reminded of tournament, and on Saturday, Augu'.t 3. we hope to see ail present. Commencing at 9.30 a.m., the pro gramme is as follow: | 1. Associates...

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ENGLISH CRICKET TEAM Twelve Players Named [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 19 July 1946

ENGLISH CRICKET TEAM Twelve Players Named LONDON. Friday: Thj M.C.C. ha.'. Invltid .twelve players to tour Aus tralia wit.i ;ii- Enylish cricket tc-anii Miis year. Tliey are Hammond icap..iJ Yardiey. Gibb. Huttcm, Washbrook Ccmp'.on. Harctsialf. Wright.. Bed.'.'i' ! Vcee. [win. and Evar-s. It is expected that ''uur more name' will b- announced In the near fu ture.

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