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COOTAMUNDRA AND DISTRICT WAR MEMORIAL FUND QUEEN COMPETITION [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 19 July 1946

COOTAMUNDRA AND i DISTRICT WAR MEMORIAL FUND QUEEN COMPETITION ( It is cxpectcd that the meeting in the Assembly Boom tonight for the commerce queen iMIss Eileen O'Neill, will be very well attended. A 1111111- j ber of interested people have made in- j ....... 1 ? iim Hum which is 7.30. I (juurc.s «iji ? ? - An excellent, day's sport is antici-| patrd at the town courts on Sunday. ? where a tournament has been ar ranged by the ladies' committee. 1 The voting so far: j Sports Queen ('Tim' Smith) 5010 Commerce Qttccu 1 Eileen O'Ncil) 4040 Sports Queen Commitli'C Meeting ( A meeting of the sports queen's j 1 Miss 'Tim' Smith 1 committee wasj held in the Assembly Room last night. Mr. J. Smart was elected to the chair. Sporting clubs represented were: Country Club. Town Tennis, Trotting Football. Coursing. Motor Cycle, and Diggers' Race Club. Tlie ladies' committee was r;prescnt ed by Miss M Oak?s. Apologies were received from Messrs. Corby, Hair, and Bryant. The organisers of the footba...

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ENGLAND'S TEST TEAM ANNOUNCED [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 19 July 1946

ENGLAND'S TEST TEAM ANNOUNCED SYDNEY, Friday: Frank Whit-j combe England's 17st. forward. has I been omitted from tlu- Third 'tv.- ; i team on Saturday. ? The prop forward in his place will' be either George Curtail or Fred Hughes. England's team, announced todav is: Ernest Ward, Bassett, Ted Ward. Risinan. Batten, Home, McCt'.e. G Egan. Curran. or Hughes. Phillips White. Owens.

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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THIRD GRADE COMPETITION [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 19 July 1946

THIKI) GRADE COMPETITION In the Third Grade competition on Sunday. Stockinbingal play Wallend- ] been at Wallendbeeti, and De La Salle Old Boys meet Railway in the early match to tlie Cootamundra-Temora game on Fisher Park.

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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MARTINI STILL AT LARGE [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 19 July 1946

MARTINI STILL AT LARGE SYDNEY, Friday:^ Police are still searching for Antonio Martini, 29 notorious gunman and thug, who es caped under sensational circumstances from Queen's Square Court on Wed nesday. A State-wide -.search is being made, and a description ofr'Martlnl has been circulated to - every' Jpolice station in the Commonwealth.;!

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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BOXING COOTAMUNDRA MAY WITNESS SOUTHERN CHAMPIONSHIPS [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 19 July 1946

BOXING COOTAMUNDRA MAY WITNESS SOUTHERN CHAMPIONSHIPS An additional attraction to the box inj 10 be held 011 August 15, in the Cootamundra Town Hall, will be tlie welterweight championship belt. Contenders for the title belts are showing excellent gym. form, whiie others who are not as yet in cham pionship form, are determined to be ready for the next contests following August. ? ;, . : Preliminary boys are also putting in some solid training, .and each night finds these lads : doing, solid workouts. . in .all,- the promoters are finding it somewhat difficult ..to match- title holders, as there, are .so. many con tenders .anxious- to ; challenge for the belts. ? , . ; . . . I In the near future Cootamundra pro moters are hoping to. stage a pro gramme from which-, will . result the Southern Districts Championship. Al ready boxers and trainers at Goulburn and Yass are awaiting developments. This bout shall, of course, not be under 10 rounds, so watch this paper for fur ther announceme...

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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INCREASED FARES To Offset 'Bus and Tram Losses [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 19 July 1946

INCREASED FARES To Offset 'Bus and Tram Losses SYDNEY. Friday: The transport Commissioner iMr. Nealei favors in creased fares on 'bases and traias to offset a loss of more than £300.000 on 'buses and trams in the Sydney and Newcastle areas. The State Government is concerned and will shortly discuss the question of placing these transport systems on a more satisfactory financial basis. It was stated today that the can cellation of trams on three week-ends last December and recent restrictions contributed more than £50.000 to the loss.

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GOLF NOTES A GRADE. Preview of Championship Stakes. Run Over 5835 Yards. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 19 July 1946

GOLF NOTES 1 By Rebuilt.) A GRADE. Preview of Championship Stakes, Run Over 5835 Yards. IIOWE: The Bernborough of the ] field; has never been in 'better form; will lead the field a' merry dance; the war years have matured him tempera mentally; no talking. this feli'ow out of jit this time; No. 1 pick. ' 1 TTnvtvk imi'if f-nncic«flnl't /innHiHnn pv. cellent. SMITH: a newcomer to the course, but didn't take long for liirn to find his way around; pity he meets Rowe first up: one winning match play game ; might have made all the difference. Form, very consistent; condition, never belter. LEAHY: Has started in more cham pionship stakes than any other run ner; should be used to the strain of match play; still lias not played 1 enough this year to warrant considera tion. Form, fair; condition, only just. BASSINGTHWAIGHTE: Never needs hard training; extra good first up (good at any time); looks like meet ing Rowe in semi-finals; knows Rowe's pi'ay from A to z. having beaten him four or five...

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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TRAIN STRIKES TRICYCLE Near Barmedman [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 19 July 1946

TRAIN STRIKES TRICYCLE Near Barmedman A gang of six railway fettlers had a fortunate escape from injury, when the tricycle they were riding was struck by an oncoming train, about six miles from Barmedman, late yes terday afternoon.

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CHAMPIONSHIP ROUNDS MATCH PLAY [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 19 July 1946

CHAMPIONSHIP HOUNDS MATCH PLAY The following is tlie draw: I A grade: R. Rowe v a. Smith, o.l Leahy v N. Bassingthwaighte, T. Meale v e. Williams, E. Brook v M. Burrell. ' I B grade: O. Ballard v A. Cheshire. E, Last v It- Cohen, F. Stedman v L. Crossman, A. Uofobie v R. William'.. C grade: M. Cooper v D. Willis. ,J. Rees v S. Windrim. J. Moran v J. Caster, M. Mutch v T. Armstrong.

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HEAVY SNOWS At Kosciusko [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 19 July 1946

HEAVY SNOWS At Kosciusko SYDNEY, Friday.:; Snow was again reported yesterday* on ^he; S&utlurn Alps and Highlands, and at : Mount Kosciusko, where ? blizzard conditions have ruled- for a week. The chalet was surrounded by a dazzling carpet of snow many feet deep. : At Kiandra. where snow fell again the district was today covered for a depth of twelve inches.

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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STATE LOTTERY [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 19 July 1946

STATE LOTTERY SYDNEY. Friday: State lottery No. 1301 was drawn today. First prize was won by No. '0201, 'Too Slow' syndicate, J. A. Ingledev;. Uhnarra P.O.. Clarence River. Second No. 52307. 'J. B. M.' syndi cate, E. Markliam. 70 Darley street. Newtown. Third. No. 201)5!!. 'Cliangri La' syn dicate. care Miss M. E. Bootlie and S Cohen, care G.P.O., Sydney. Fourth. No. 00731, 'Stars' syndicate M. Wallace. 40 Marion .street. Auburn. 10 PUIZES AT £100 7609 8223 10189 21316 31632 36100 56532 60040 75797 87365 10 I'UIZES AT £50 ! 8054 13157 21959 43461 51480 55778 61862 70238 74792 77779 10 PRIZES AT £40 I 10445 14273 14343 15172 28485 28GQ7 54714 57760 78620 95792 10 PRIZES AT £30 ? ' 3671- '' Mo' '10816 34151 72796 73807 84647 89592 94802 98206 15 PRIZES AT £20 17931 21665 2C777 2740U 32207 34G60 42464 50118 51940 56037 65120 7250G 89179 91134 92679 Lottery No. 1362 will be drawn on Monday next.

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WANNON CANDIDATE Will Stand Down for Mr. Casey [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 19 July 1946

WANN0N CANDIDATE Will Stand Down for Mr. Casey MELBOURNE. Friday: The endors ed Liberal rundidate for Wannon. Mr. j E. D. Mackinnon. is prepared to stand down for Mr. il. G. Casey, provicl-'d Ills electorate committee approves. Wannon is held for Labor by Mr. \ftn\ t-rt\ Mr. Mackinnon said today that he had not been approached by Mr. Casey, but his personal opinion was that, in tile interests of good government, Mr. Cusc.v should be in the Liberal team at the next Federal election.

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BRITISH CRUISERS Approaching Persian Waters [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 19 July 1946

.BRITISH CRUISERS Approaching Persian Waters TEHERAN. Friday: It is learned on gocd authority j that three British cruisers are approaching Persian waters ready to protect British in terests in the Anglo-Iranian Oil Com pany arc-as. where', there has been a strike and bloodshed recently.

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CIGARETTE PAPERS Sold at 9d Packet [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 19 July 1946

CIGARETTE PAPERS Sold at 9d Packet Bernard Currio, of Bulwarra road Pyrmont. a dealer, who had in his possession 200,000 cigarette )-apeiT which he was selling at four packets for 3 , was fined £30 at the Central court, Sydney. He had in his possession cigarette | papers upon which tlie excise duty I had not been paid. Police evidence was to the effect that Cui'rie was sel-i ling the papers to crowds in hotel bars, and that the papers were made of manifold bank paper.

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FOOTBALL Temora Here on Sunday [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 19 July 1946

FOOTBALL Temora Here on Sunday Temora tirst grade team will visit Cootamundra on Sunday next to play the Group Nine Competition game. Coataniundra is to be represented by: D. Wall: J. Bryant, F. Ryan. J. Crowe, R. Cohen; H. Thackeray, N. Lloyd; J. Bell. U. Bryant, G. Ball. S. McAlis ter. A. Biougnton. u. urcig. mac' -- backs. R. Cohen. W. Glauville. R. Geh- j rig: forwards. K. Gianville. | The Cootamundra team has been training hard this week, and is expect ed to do much better 011 Sunday. When the two teams last met at Cootamundra, they played a draw. Mr. M. Ibbotson is to referee. Tlie early match will be between the De La Salle Old Boys and tlie Railway. The Reserves to play Temora will be represented by: Rees. Wheatley. Bridle. Lutr. Tayior. Gollidge. W. Gianville, K. Gianville. Fitzgerald. Myers. Gehrig. Chamberlain. Burrows. Shermer. The bus will leave the Hotel Coota mundra at 12.30.

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

TURF Starting favorite nt 7 lo 2, Spearex (W. Cook) won the Grafton Cup yes terday from Silent and High Tension.

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FINAL TEST TOMORROW Australia Should Do Better [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 19 July 1946

FINAL TEST TOMORROW Australia Should Do Better Ti'.e Australian Test coach. 'Rick' .luiniMjii. believes that Australia will do belter around the scrum in the third and final Test at Sydney Cricket Gound tomorrow. 'Because of this I believe we will win.' said Johnson after watching the team in a hard work-out. 'Australia is throwing tlie ball about more than the Englishmen, .but the visitors have more system and experience in their work. 'Tile Englishmen believe the best forward in Australia is not in the Test team, and name Alf. Gibbs, of New castle, younger brother of the former international. Jimmy Gibbs.'

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

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

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

WHAT | HOUSING :! PROBLEM? i;'VIBROPRESS' PROVIDES THE SOLUTION 1 !( Practically every country in the world is faced with an acute housing problem, and it may I l ? safely be said that the social stability and general well-being of the various people will be i ?I i to a very great extent in ratio to the success achieved in overcoming this shortage. - ' ? These facts are recognised by '.the various State Governments in Australia, but governuent v A.. . . action alone - cannot hope to cope with the tremendous demands which exist all over Aus- | \ ' tralia, and it has fallen the task of private enterprise to take the initiative and demonstrate , 1 I that modern business methods can efficiently and economically deal with this problem. i f The most outstanding achievement in modern building methods is the new 'VICRETE' \ I building block, made of concrete by the new 'VIBROPRESS. The 'VIBROPRESS' is the 1 j first machine manufactured in Australia to combine the two principles of high spee...

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