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SUNDAY'S TOURNAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 19 July 1946
SUNDAY'S TOURNAMENT. Would all the undermentioned pl.iv-j ers please note to go diree:ly to the. railway courts at 9.30 iall ntlier play ers to go to the town court-.: R. Wil- | lis and Miss Harnett. M Willis and! Mrs. Lloyd. K. Flvnn and Mis. Good all. K. Kimber and Nola Matiwarina. ' Ke'!;h and Helen Skani]). Mr. and Mis. I Wiii'elei. J. Organ and Mrs. Gollidge j R. Manu-aring and Miss Ryan. M.j Maiuvaring and Muss Maminatt. K M.inwaring and Nancy Hulford. Clein „?!] and Miss B. Taylor. Dwyer and M:s scrivener. G. Brown and Miss P. .Vktr--.
TENNIS [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 19 July 1946
TENNIS Matches to be played tomorrow: 1 Town No. 1 v Wirraways. Spit- i fires v Milttania. } Presbyterians V| Country Club No. 1. Country Club No.j 2 v Town No. 2. Catholic Club v J Iiurrlcane.s. Railway Institute teams for :ll° , week-end : | Spit tires v Muttama: E. I-yrc. T , Ryan. W. Walkom. C. Scrivener. Mes-j dames Windred. Rinkin. | Hurricanes v Catholic Club: O. Bar- | rctt leapt. 1. T. Osmond, r. Heath. C.i Barrett. Mesdatiies Heath and Allon. | Wirraways v Town No. 1: G. Hugo ! C. Mills, J. Moran, J. Melnnney. Me.-.-j dames Bryant and Mclnerney. | Catholic Tennis Club team to play , Hurricane's 011 Catholic Court.'.. Satur- j day. July 20: | Cents.: N. Lloyd. R. O'Brien. J. Mc- ! Lean. J. O'Maile.v. Ladies: Mesdames I Cullen and Tucker.
ASCOT (VIC.) TOMORROW'S FIELDS Selections by "Tigar" MALLACOOTA HANDICAP.—5 Furs. First Division [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 19 July 1946
ASCOT '(VIC.) TOMORROW'S FIELDS Selections by 'Tigar' MAI.I.ACOOTA HANDICAP. — 5 Furs. First Division At 1.15 p.m. Native Bell -3i ? 3 ' Fairy's Plight i5- ? 8 12 Cotliam i'i ? 8 7 Hellianu tlGi ? 8 7 Linda's Joy il9- ? 8 7 Miss Pearl i17i ? 8 7 Queen Sybdla « IS - ? 8 7 Sunny Bay - D - ? 8 7 ! Popular Princess i20i .. .. 8 - j Stella West (Hi ? S ti j Hllma iG) ? '? ' I Gilwell (1- ? '' | Meadower ? 10 - ? 8 - Chief Command -8i ? H ! Patena 1 13) ? i- i | Star Bom ? IB - ? 8 2 j Chippendale illf ? 8 o j Symbol Star i2i ? 8 0 Saros ill ? 7 12 Top Rank (12- ? 7 10 NATIVE BELL or FAIRY'S FLIGHT MAI.I.ACOOTA HANDICAP.— 5 Fur-. Second Division At 1.45 p.m. Rareone i2i ? 9 0 Blue Mcsaic il9) ? 8 7 Gold Eagle (20- ? « 7 Kalawa - 3 - ? 8 T Long Gully (Gi ? 8 7 Pheon 1 12i ? 8 7 Roscdrop (15 1 ? 8 7 Teurong (18) ? 8 7 Potsdam (5i .. ? ? 8 6 W»d Life 111 ? 8 0 Star Lady i4) ? ..85 June Havers « 1G- ? 8 4 Snow Screen tl4i .. .' ..'8 4 Ineeda Star -9'- .. .. .. .. 8 3 Lpdy Marne -7j ? 8 2 Miss...
SPORTING CANTERBURY TOMORROW'S FIELDS Selections by "Tigar" TWO-YEAR-OLD MAIDEN HANDICAP.—6 Furlongs First Division [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 19 July 1946
[?] CANTERBURY TOMORROW'S FIELDS Selections by 'Tigar' ?nVO-YEAK-Ol.l) MAIDEN HAN DICAP.— (t Furlongs First nivisiim At I p.m : ? Waltemata '19' ? .. 8 7 Shining Vi.-ion i--' ? H 7 Wise Rltior - 13 - ? 8 3 Student - 1 2 ? ? 8' :t My Hero 117' ? 8 2 Gav Leader -15- ? 8 0 Don Dure (ji ? ? .. 8 0 Rising Star il4- ? 7 13 The Cad 181 ? 7 12 Ttllicana 1 11 1 ? 7 12 Merry England -l()i ? 7 12 Eiigngetnei'.t ; 18 ? ? 7 1? Prince Dodo ? 3 1 ? 711 Allwurtli 1 13i . . ..... . . 7 11 Saint Teresa -2i ? 7 10 Beaufelt 1 1 1 ? 7 !) Royal Pride - *JU j ? 7 9 Twilight '7- ? 7 8 Chaste i0- ? 7 7 Dark Marne ? 4 1 ? 7 7 TIMOANA or MY HERO TWO-YEAR-OLD MAIDEN IIANDI C A I*. — G Furlongs Second Division At 1.35 p.m. Pitthnni il8- ? ? 8 7 Yukon '10 1 ? 8 3 Stotfield 1 12' . . ? 8 J Conviviality - H - ? 8 3 Fresco Belle ' 7 1 ? 8 0 High Legion '3- ? 8 0 Mr. Punch 1 14 - ? 7 13 Clare D? Lime '1' ? 7 13 Merry John ' 6 ? ? 7 12 Gold Bridge '2' ? 7 12 Royal Colours ? ID « ? 7 12 Taleteller '8i ? 7 11 Talkless ...
CHURCH NOTICES CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 19 July 1946
? CHURCH NOTICES CHURCH OF ENGLAND I'l'iday. Juiy 19, choir Practice, 7.15; Young Anglican Meeting. 8. Sunday. July 21, 5th Sunday after Trinity: Christ, church 8. Holy Com munion; 9 30, Family Eucharist; 7 . ;j -j Evensong. Rev. A. W. Harris, Rector. METHODIST Sunday, July 21 : Cootainundra, 11, ?service conducted by -members of the C.E. Society; 7.30, conducted by Rev. R. J. Crshin (Communion). Stockinbingal. 11; Cullinga, 3. Rev. R- J. Casliin, Monday; Boys' meeting, 7.30. Wednesday: Missionary Auxiliary Meeting, 3, and C.E. meeting, 7.H0. Friday; choir practice, 7,'JO,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 19 July 1946
WANTED, Cottage, Flat, or Rooms. If accomodate two. Apply this office. || WANTED, Two Young Ladies, tn work at the Silver Star Cafe. ? WANTED, Child's Tricycle, in good order. Apply this office. LIMITED quantity of Electric Bed Warmers now procurable at RAY CROWE'S. Phone 423. WANTED for; . country : ihonie 1 in Hol- brook j district} 'coojc. or cook-general, or general help. Wages, £2/10/ per week,.. Apply (1Holman . fwd :? Lindsiiy. Cootamundra. ; - — ~ — ! — . . . , : i.» WANTED to exchange,'' Flat in Mel bourne' for ''House.1' Coot&hiuh'dra. foill -particulars on- api^icattop;^ this Of fice. - , WANTED. Piano .or Placer .Piano, cash buyer, cut of order no objection. Must have full iiW-'frame; 'ttebiy, stating make, price, ,etc., to. Mr. Kjlrby, care this office. , , . ' - WANTED, Temporary , .Housekeeper, £3 per' week. Apply 'this office. LOST, Wheel Cap off Nash. Car, be tween -oak Hill,' Bethungra, and Cootamundra. Apply Frank Mitchell LOST, Mountain Lowrie Parrot. - R...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 19 July 1946
IN MEMOfclAM Y^ARD— In loving memory of my dear son-in-law and brotherin law, Coral, who passed away July 20, 1942. Time may heal the broken hearted,; Time may make the wound less sore : But time can never stop the longing For a loved one gone before. j —Inserted by his mother-lri-law rind sister-in-law Muriel. ; ^yARD.— In loving memory of my darling husband and our father. Coral Arnold Ward, who was cal led home on July 20, 1942. It is sweet to remember a husband and father so dear. Though absent from us. he Is ever so near. Unseen by the world, he stands at our side. a ,i,i u,!ii«nets. 'Mv loved ones, death cannot ci.lyide.' B —Inserted by his loving wife and R daughters, Ruth, totirel. and Patricia. |j tx/ard. — In loving memory of our | brother-in-law. Coral, who paised | away- on July 20. 1942. . j His lile's a beautiful -memory, j His passing a silent grief; » But he sleeps in Gcd's beautiful i garden, | I11 the sunshine of perfect peace. ; —Inserted by his sister-in-law aiid...
OBITUARY MRS. ELSIE EVELYN JONES [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 19 July 1946
OBITUARY MRS. ELSIE EVELYN JONES I The deaii occurred in the Sacred Heart Hospital yesterday afternoon of Mrs. Elsie Evelyn Jones. 42. wife of Mr. William Jones, well-known cor.ta-i mundra orchardist. Tlie lats Mrs. Jones had been fut'-j fering from influenza a few days ago. I tt*«u Ut-vviuj;cu lJUCUiiiUiiicv. j Dec-eased was born at Pennant Hills | and her mother. Mrs. Hansen, also survives her. j Besiihs the sorrowing widower, there are thres children— George (21), Esme -19 1. and Mona (13). J Brothers and sisters are: Mr. A. T. Hansen lEngadine). Mr. V. Hansen 'Lakembai. Mr. W. Hansen iDurali, Mrs. George Gandy (Cootamundra), Mrs. j. Thompson (Pennant Hills), Mrs. w. Moran i Sutherland). Mrs. H. Walker iQld Bonalbo). Tile funeral was to leave the Mt'tlio dist church at 3 o'clock this after-! noon.
CRUMBS [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 19 July 1946
CRUMBS Cootamundra had 3 pis. of rain up to , !) a.m. today. | Town Council meeting on Monday night. Apples are advertised by Yalle Oi clinrds. Batlow. ! Read the advertisement on pane 3 about the 'Viciete' building bh''K. | Tlie Mayoress. Mrs. D. Sf.atton. will , open the Mothers' Club biitl'.day party on Friday next. Mr. J. Rlgtifv advertise.- cheap chatl for sale. Tenders ate called f'i the erection ol 10 timber-framed collages at Coota- j mundra. I Meagher's advertise stocktaking throw-outs in the luniiture depin-j me nt. | For prompt attention to all electiical rcpalls. phone 201 and Mr. Alec. Che shire will call. 1 All intending d;bs. at tlw church England ball are asked tr. note that the lilM practice will be held i.ti Wedncs dr.y iii;;lu next, m t.ie Parish Hall. The ladie.s of the Mothers' Club will tonciu. t a stall at then birthday party nest I-'r.day Ma'.liir.e-sM'lioue;i i|iial'ls are al ways ml iiaiiti at 'he Hallway Hotel. P!.ci:e .'it; and leave vcur order. .S::l).-c...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 19 July 1946
Lottery tickets and syndicate shares ! Fortune stall favors who spares and who dares. I Patient pprslsteu.-e. plus; average tuck. Lifts smiling optimists -out of the' ruck.' j Lottery tickets and syndicate shaivs ! ' Bringing relief and winter-time scares i Jubilant winners lor colds can assure-'1 Bottles of Woods' Great Peppermint Cure ! , AWAV.-.V...V SHOP WITH dur advertisers AND mention what you saw ADVERTISED in this Newspaper.
RECORD RIDE AROUND AUSTRALIA PER PUSH BIKE NIGH 50 YEARS AGO (No 15.) THE RETURN FROM KINTORE [?]AVES TO KATHERINE [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 19 July 1946
RECORD RIDE AROUND AUSTRALIA PER PUSH BIKE NIGH 50 YEARS AGO (By Donald Mackay, C.B.E.) I (No 15.) Ill' HETUltN FROM KINTORE j ...WES TO KATIIEIllNE | At about 3 p.m. il was time to make a start for home. The horses, which , hud been camped under some trees [ I close by. were brought up by the black 1 boy. We got tlie remnant of our com ; misariat auoara. ami were soon riu»- : i ing the limestone hills on our way lo the old deserted station. Spring Vale. Driving was now more pleasant, as a j ; head wind had sprung up: but our pro- I I gress was slow, as the loose stones on I : the long grass and the risk of the i horses puttir.-.j their feet into some of j j the many blowholes that connect tlie j ' subterranean passages with the sur face in the belt of country made cau tious driving accessary. Our chief re- j c rent ton was throwing lighted matches ; into the iong dry grass. By the time j we sighted Spring Vale, behind us was j one i oaring sheet of Ilame. j Pulling up at the statio...
WHAT'S ON? (As Advertised in This Issue.) [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 19 July 1946
WHIT'S ON? (As Advertised in This Issue.) Sat., July 29: Benefit social and Euchre party in aid of Mr. R. Bar ret. in Town Hall, at 8. Sun., July 21: Football, Cootamundra j v Temora. Fisher Park. | Wed.. July 24: Annual Meeting ofj Stockinbingal branch cf the R:d Cress, at 3.30.' Tliurs., July- 25: Betlmngra CAV.A. Ball. Tliurs., July 2a: Dance in the Town I Hall for the Commerce Queen (Miss! O'Neil). j Fri.. July 20: Mothers' Club Eirthdiy' Party. ' ; Wecl., July 31: Special Cootamundra! Literary Institute meeting, to be i';j|-j lowed by annual meeting. Wed.. Aug. 7: Co-jtamundra Catholic Ball. I Thurs.. Auy. #: Cootamundra Catholic Juvenile- Plain and Fancy Dress flail. Thurs.. Au;:. 15; Boxing in Town Hall. ' commencing at 8 p.m. | Fli.. Aug. 23; C.W.A. Card Parte at C.W.A. rtcoms. * j Auctions lues.. Atf-;. 13; special sheep sale by' Pitt. Son and Badger.v Ltd. ' Wed.. July si ; Auction sale. a.'c. ' Messrs. I). ;,ihI R. Tyrcll. by Pitt. Son and Badgury Ltd. ' ,
DISTRICT DOINGS STOCKINBINGAL [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 19 July 1946
^distrTctdoings STOCKINBINGAL A very successful Church of England ball was held in Ellwood's Hall on Friday night last, when three hun-( drcd attended. Visitors came from near and far, all adjacent towns and' villages being represented. The To mora Melodians' Dance Band membRis. monvinr tviptr new maroon uniforms, were in fine trim, and dispensed de-| lighti'iil music for the dancers, who were all loth to leave at the close efi the function in the early hours of the' morning. The stage and windows of the hall \yere prettily decorated wlth| multicolored paper streamers an green boughs, and made a bright set ting for the pretty frocks^ worn by the ladies. Mr. C. Ison. tfic suci'btary of the ball, acted as M.C.. ar.d kep the dancers moving with a swing ..lnt.1 llirniml. tn (ho pnfl. A dainty supper of sandwiches, savories, and cakes was prepared by the membitV' of the church, assisted by jnem'jers ol oilier church denominations. Just over £63 was taken, and when ex-i penses arc finalis...
SCHOOL NOTES C.I.H.S. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 22 July 1946
SCHOOLNOfES c.i.ii.s. Primary School Sport: On July 10 pupils representing the Murrumburraii Central school Primary Department, visit-id Cootamundra to compete against our representatives at footbnil and basket ball. The visitors were successful in both games. After a very exciting game, in wliioli there was no score at the lnterv.d. Murrtimbuvrah scored two quick tries in the final ten minutes of the football match, to win 6-nll. , ? There was , even greater : excitement and barracking -in the basket ball match, wher-e the scores . see-stuvi'd right till tho final whistle, when the Murrumburrah girls won by 10 seals tO 9. ... j!; After the matches the Cootamunilr.i players entertained their visitors in « little social gathering . held in lh C.W.A. Rooms. At tea the captains of the coota mundra teams, Mary Mclnerney ami Len Little, in delightful little 'speccii'-8 welcomed the Murrumburrah players and congratulated them on their suc cess. The Murrumburrah captain ably responded on b...
GOLF NOTES (By "Rebuilt.") [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 22 July 1946
GOLF NOTES j (By 'Rebuilt.') The monthly medal attracted qt'it' a big field considering the stormy conditions. Ted Weissel made up foi not qualifying in the championship by winning this event. Results: T. Weis sel, 32, 1st; D. Crossman. 31, 2nd; 11. Rowe, 31, 3rd, then followed J. Cas ter 31. R. Cohen 30. C. Colmer 28, A Smith 28, D. Doidge 27, E. Brook 27 M. Cooper 24, S. Dunkley 24, J. Copp 23, Jenkins 22, F. Stedman 21. Funican 21, T. Armstrong 19, J. Callander 19 D. Willis 19, T. Dundas 18. E. Mam matt 11. Great interest circulated amongst members as to tiie results of the quart er and semi-finals of the club cham pionship. All. competitors, bar sted man. lived up to expectations. Morning round, A grade: p.. Rowe d. A. Smith, 5 and 4; N. Bassiugth waiglite d. G. Leahy, 4 and 3; E. Wil liams d. T. Meale, 3 and 4; E. Brook d. M. Burrell, 3 and 1 B grade: O. Ballard d. A. Cheshire, 4 and 2; E. Last d. R. Cohen, 2 up; A. Dobbie d. R. Williams, 5 and 3; L Crossman d. F. Stedman, 3 an...
BOWLS [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 22 July 1946
BOWLS Two games in the second round ?,! the local club's handicap pairs even were being contested on Saturday u: tcrnoon, when rain stopped play. In one game. Smart and Bruderln. had a comfortable lead over Mutch am: D. Dickson, and the other game I,. ami R. Williams was at a most lntn. csting stage, with the former in frcie by 16 pts. to 14 pts. Both games, win :. had progressed to the 13th end win:: interrupted by rain, will be continue:: at the coming week-end. One other match in the seccne: round of this popular event was ais . played on Sunday afternoon, when Cioker and .Kln3ey proved to be te., good for the opposition of F„: Dickson and W. Lindsay, and' won by 22 pi* to 16 pts. , It was quite a coincidence that in all social games contested during the week-end. there was only a difference of 1 pt. in the final scores of cue.': Came. Results: Club's handicap pairs, second round Croker and Kinsey d. F. Dickson and W. Lindsay. 22 to 16. Social games: Kingston and A. Lind say d. G...
TENNIS [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 22 July 1946
. TENNIS - I Spitfires v Muttama: Boyce and' Ryan v A. Douglas and Miller, 2-fi; v| L. Douglas and Coggan. 4-6; Scrivtn-j er and Walkom v A. Douglas and Mil ler. 0-6; v L. Douglas and Coggan. 4-6: Mesdames Windred and Rinkin v Mrs. Willis and Miss Dimgias, 5-0; Rynn and Mrs. Windred v Miller and Miss Douglas, 3-0; Walkom and Mrs. Win dred v L. Douglas and Miss Douglas. 6-1; Scrivener and Mrs. Rinkin v A. Douglas and Mrs. Willis. 4-G: Boyce and Mrs. Rinkin v Coggan and Mrs Willis. 5-6. Muttama won by 49 games to 33. Railway No. 3 forfeited to Town No. 1. TOWN CLUB TOURNAMENT It was unfortunate that a few points of rain yesterday should have prevented play in the tournament con ducted by the Town Club in aid of the sj»orts queen. The Town Club committee has now arranged to hold the tournament on Sunday. August 4. under the sane' conditions as previously advertised All previous entries are now can celled, and intending players arc ask ed to give their nominations to Mr. J. McLean, care...
LOCAL & GENERAL MEETING FOR CANDIDATURE OF THE COMMERCE QUEEN [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 22 July 1946
LOCAL & GENERAL MEETING FOR CANDIDATURE OF TIIE COMMERCE QUEEN | An enthusiastic meeting in .support! of the candidature of the commerce | queen (Miss Eileen O'Helli was held in1 | the Assembly Room on Friday nigh*. Mr. Johnston was elected to the chair, and Mr. Ken French was ap pointed lion, secretary 1 An nvppntivo committee was formed and a general committee, with power, j to add to its numbers. | I Miss Joyce chandler r ? «rted that j i arrangements lor i dance being held| I ill the Town Hall on Thursday noxi.j ! July 2ii. are well i:i hand, and that a j | large crcwd i- coMid- n'-l:. expected. Mtss 0'Xc:l ;iniu iii'.trti Mat site hiiSj 'received ft or;t;;iiI.:i!y-w^it.f*tl viiPP'*1 j j cloth as * dor.a'i ui iron: Mi's M«'-| Altstor. »-a Hi'.'.: in Svc'tiu'. j I but who fjr many vtai*- .» Wi'll-j i kr.o'.vn nui-i/ to;ic!n*r ::i ('? o'.air.uiuira , j Her gesture '.-r- jMi'i*''''1*'* * j j ed. ! The lie;' * : *.?-' J ( was a-et ^ ; r 1 ri*.4;* ^ . 1 ilv 2C,. | i 7.30. in ...