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PIGS DEARER [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 24 July 1946

rrcs DEARER Winchcombe Carson Ltd. report: AU classes ol pigs were dearer at the Syd- j ney sales yesterday. Supplies totalled j 1500, this number including about 500 ? stoic pigs. IJackfatters. extra prime | and heavy, sold at 200 per head, good j to 155 . (libel's from 65' up: baconers. 1801b. to 2001b., 130- to 140 . IGOlb. to j ISClb. 115 to 130/. 1401b. to 16011). 100; I to 115 . 1201b. to 1401b. 84/ to 100 . j 1001b. to 1201b. 73/ to.84-'. I

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PETROL RATION TICKETS [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 24 July 1946

PETROL RATION TICKETS The Chairman of the State Liquid. Fuel Control Board 'Mr. Neaiei said last ni-^lil that the July issue of pet- | rul ration tickets would cease tomorrow in nil metropolitan past ofllccs. The Issue will cease on Saturday next at the city ticket issuing office, the N.R.M.A. issuing office and till country post offices. Ration tickets for August will be availnble at all issuing offices on and from July 20,

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SOUTH-WESTERN STOCK [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 24 July 1946

SOUTH-WESTERN STOCK Sheep were fully 1/ lower at Home bush on Monday, but lambs made late figures. Offerings wore 3G.053. The cattle yarding was 2592, prime being firm, but others irregular. Winch combe Carson's sales included A. J. McNamara, Qtiandialla. 24 lambs 43/1, 20 x-bred ewes 34.1; T. C. Hackney. Eurcher. 420 shorn x-bred lambs to 3G/7; avg. 30'7; T. W. Wilson, Lake Cowal'. 1 heifer £13 V, 1 steer £6/10/; Carnegie Bros., Lake Cowal, 4 yearlings to £12'5. . avg. £10 16, 6, 1 cow £9 11.; R. C. J. Hammond, Lake Cowal, 4 steer yearlings £8' 18 . 2 cows £8, 18 ; J. R. Miller. Lake Cowal. 2 steers to £7/12'. avg. £7 U'; B. Brown. Harden. 84 wethers to 35 1. avg. 30/5. 10 ewes 22'4.

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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GAMING HOUSE CHARGE [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 25 July 1946

GAMING HOUSE CHARGE When Wa-jua police carried out a raid on premises in Gunvood street, Wausa. late on Tuesday niijiit, 20 men were arrested. They were .subsequent ly charged with being found in a com mon gaming house, and one of the number was charged with being the keeper of a common Kamiim house.

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THEFT OF MONEY FROM HOTEL [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 25 July 1946

THEFT OF MONEY FRO.M IIOTKI. Mrs. Fox. licensee of the Loftus Hoiel. Junec. now knov :; iiow . Old Mother Hubbard felt wlien :.lie went to the cupboard and lounu ilr.it. it was bare. Mis. fax went to clear tlie till in the public bar and found, to her as Icnishmi'iit, tliat .someone hud bared it of practically all the cash. I Although it is not known exactly how much was taken. Mrs. Pox esti mates that at least 132 was stolen. Mrs. Fox usually clears the till as soon as the bar closes, but on Tuesday iiigiu aiie waii uumycu lur zo miniuefi and did not go to tlie bat- until 7 p.m. Police are investigating, including the possibility thai .someone may have secreted themselves in the darker cor-, ntrs of the bar until such times its it was vaciited by the two employees.

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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FLEECING THE RABBIT TRAPPERS [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 25 July 1946

n.r.i:t'ixi: tiie raisiut TRAPPERS I:: tin- ni.r..-x- ul K»'i)P-M'-:uatiV(-. l.u:t I v.-i'.': Ml. K:-.^':- .?.?-ft'.ed: TIktc i.s slill n.;i:rsi;i:i i:. n:'..n'.ty ciiMncts about ::?.!? (??!; ?:?. I''.. '?? rabbit si:ins. Will ti-.i- M.r..-fi t'.'i fr.ii-.ii'.ierce iinct At;/:-, rulmiv «iy wh.-.r.ir a low.! buyer --! lilt*' Si* 111'1 111! ' it II ? ii'llil'-'llLV V*-' ?'»*'?? tlie amount of tiic cr.port li'W 'ti !?'?'? purclin.se tlocki-t ami t'- clciiurt :nc amoiiiii of 1 li rrmii lh'1 amoun: '-a: he previoii'-iy a:-;rwi! to s ?-*- ?' '?'' .??ellcr? Mr. Scully r-'pl:?;l: I sh.v :n'-' ' '-- phaiically that if tlie proturin- ?? ? - lined in th'.- honorable c'1!-'1'^ 1! ?? fliif.slion has b;-en nclopti-d. it :?? 'V- ??' improper, '.'o levy Ls impo«rd :ii.o: rauon s.tms i:mn mey are ni iin1 ;ioii.. of ».\port. Kabbit skias are !--il::.-. at pneiiomcnal prices. At recent .s.ilc Mii; p;itv of 2i,U.l. per lb. was paid :m in., t- ,racu- s-:iii:-. 11 iiioie skiiis \'.'-ir li.r i'xpi;rt. a l...

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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LOCAL & GENERAL TUMUT-COOTAMUNDRA MOTOR TRAIN SERVICE [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 25 July 1946

LOCAL & GENERAL Tl'Ml'T-COOTAMUNDRA MOTOR TKA1X SERVICE Tin- 'Tiimul Times' has been reli ably informed that a motor-train ser vice bct'.vrrn Timiut nncl Cootnmun clra will commence within the next, two or three month*. An inspect ur from the Railway De partment visit rd Timiut in connection | wllli t!ic tmu-tablr to be adopted, nncl ' it is understood that me tram win arrive in TY.iiiui al approximately 7 put o.'i .Muii'i'y- ;1Ilcl Thursdays, mul leave on :i«' it-.ii: n journey to Cootu mt'.nrtr.i hi iipr:''xin'ilely 8 a.m. on Tr.fsduvs ant: Fridays to link up with ;h.' n:,v::n;. txpri'.w at Cootamundra. Tin- iivjtni.-: :ov several new country m;.'ip:-'.:jiu yr: .-'.'* arc in the process, ui !ii.n:u:;.iu.rf ;u.,i thiTe will be some cic! , , k,.f,.;-f xr.c ni'w service is com iiic::rcd. It '-vill !)?? :i boom to Tinmil ti'.i-.LilK.s ciM'.i-;ii. a I'.isi clayliijht trip' U. Sai.cv j

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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CLOTHING FOR OVERSEAS RELIEF [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 25 July 1946

(I.OTHINO lOIt OVERSEAS UKI.IIT In Hit- atomic age we all live on tlic ianir stint. If tlie water main bursts ;;ll i.ur li.-.ii;rs arc llnmiril. Then-fore, each anil e.i-ry «ne of us lias an ri|iial iuti-rist in si-t-in- that tlir n.ain iltnh lll ur-.ir thin. tin- paM war years. Millions iif mi'ii. wtnu'ii and children have been rc ilucid by thi- siva'iry or war and its altermalli t:- a ii.mlition approaching bertatiMii. IVopli- of practically CTery Allied nalkiialilv. r:.cial strain, social Rrc.up have Lcni tiircrisud and llirown Into icmliat with tin1 darkest realities of, riiaihtninins lire, 'llii; thri-iit of epi demics anil sn.ial unrest hangs over the I Whole worM. Literally, and figuratively, we must clothe 'with faith and hepe and courage those millions whese hemes were anil arc on the 'battlefields' cf the Peace as well as' the War. Each one cf us can do a part. Each and every one cf us lias clothing, slices, beiii'latlics or baby wear which we can spare. We can share these...

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 25 July 1946

We wclciinif reports of different orcaiiisaiiiiHs, spurting bodies; etc., ! Iml as!; Dial, where possible, 'copy' be in by i o'cl.icit on Fridays fur Monday's iSSui-, and thereafter by l on Hi.- ,|jly jH-eccjjnj, publication. Wu wish I,, avll!(1 |,avinB t0 |i,,|i| anything ,(Vl.r (i|| lhc followinj issue. SHOP WITH OUR ADVERTISERS AND ' I mention what you saw ! ADVERTISED I in this Newspaper. j ma CLEAN-UP GENUINE WINTER SALE 26in. Lacettc Tweed, 4/11, sale price 1/11; and 1| cpns 30in. Plain Colours Flanneterre, 3/3, sale prico 2/8; '2} cpns. 36in. Floral Flannelette 4/3, sale price 3/9;' 2i cpns. 36in. Plain Lingerie Silk 9/6, sale price' 7/3; 2\ cpns. 36in. Plain Lingerie Side 8/11, sale price 6/9; 2J cpns. 54in. x 54in. White Hemstitched Tablecloths '7/11, sale price 7/-; 5 cpns. 36in. Self Stripe Tweed, ,13/11 yd., sale price!/- yd; 14 cpns In navy and red REMNANTS— REMNANTS Half marked prices — Cash Only AIRPLANE BUILDING KITS Flying Models, 4/11 for 2/6, TO CLEAR ATABLE,OFWpM...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 25 July 1946

The stains of toil-, fapiaiQ.- ? WRIGHT'S Coal Tar Soap After hard work, a good wash. Wrtgli'1* coaxes all the grit out of the pores of the,skln; leaves it cleansed and supple and )ingli'9 with health. And that creamy lather, so gentle in action, is strongly antiseptic, 'o'o; a fragrant safeguard against stray germs. ? J /. a cake — Bath she 1/8 W1.-I4 f€u/v toaa£he-i/ v cJieaeL ifVOUSMBNOW printed and published by William Henry l'mkstom1. of UV7 Wnllendoon ' street. coiHniinindi'ii, nt 'The Ciiul.i lmuulru Herald' Prlntery, 10(i Wul IlmkIhuii biivfi. Ciuiiiiimindru.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 25 July 1946

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WAR WITH BRITAIN Policy of Jewish Terrorists [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 25 July 1946

WAR WITH BRITAIN Policy of Jewish Terrorists JERUSALEM. Thur.s.: It h nlliriall;. revealed that 12 more boc)i'--. v.rrf i,-- covered from Kin;; U/.vrJ i; ,it]. m:l!:. Ing the caaualtlts Ul kiiVil. i'i.l n:i:;i:i-;. nnd 47 injured. Though the st:-il::-v. ;,?,? .. j.. c01.. flnod to PhL-sUw: oiii.v. i.:r .;.'v.i',h ! terrorist orcmusalion. ii-iia Zvai ' Leumi. v.iiicli i.; i ?;.?«;;._?::: ?:?„? .,,?; iiiv traBic bombiiK o: I);..- Uii,., D:ivid Hotel. Is fcirniptl from i;-..-n ?....?.! woi'.U'ii j from ninny einmtrie.;. Suinc of Us l weapons arc .simi«i;Ii(! | ..-(,.„ South Africa. Film's intriidi ?;? ;il:.iinntcly or indirectly for its \i-v r-r.uv.- liom South Africa, am! \:t; poll iv. .i-.o-.tiii...; to u stateinent issued to it s mriiibers ye.s lerdity. Is 'war wi'h ii:n-.-.in until free dom is iii'hipvpd.'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 25 July 1946

PROFESSIONAL J. & R. A. SPEIRS Optometrists AUSTRAL CHAMBERS MR. It. A. Ki'KIltS. IM.O. Hon. (Syel.) 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. ?phone. Caouiniunrira 185. f'r. ilP' jwlntmeni.'i. . 'Cootarr.undra Doily Herald' THURSDAY. JfLV 2i 1!HU.

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NAZIS STILL AT WAR [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 25 July 1946

NAZIS STILL AT WAR NEW YORK, Thursday: A Nazi de tachment of 150 men is still holding! out In Greenland, where they have eii- ' trenched themselves on an icy plateau in the north-west of Anumnn1 fiali!;. about 400 miles inland. Danish marines have been ordered t;i round up the Nazis, who are believed to possess food and equipment for'nt least another year.

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ANOTHER 1000 VOTES FOR SPORTS QUEEN [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 25 July 1946

ANOTHER 1000 VOTES FOR . SPORTS QUEEN At a meviin-i ct th« f.ii.irts (iu?.':i'-; ''iiimiue-. la.s; right a further t2o v/a.-. paiil ir.i'.i the Wur Memr.rial Punt! i- cr-dii :iii.s (iuc.-:i with u::uth:-r 1i)i;j v»ti:s. 'ii'.i;, maki-h ih'.' v.tiiig: ? S\y.iiU Qiietii ? C'JIO | fV.D'HXH'rt- ('i!iO,.|- A:?.'!.i ? Tl»e -pjr'.iiiii cjiilj--' li'pr. ?.?vntud '??' ?Aw iiH-.-tll.j; w.-.v: C-Mi:.-::::;. Mi'« Cyde. Tn-tt::-.!j. nnd h ..r.-u.ill. Mi's M O;i::/s ri-;-:-i'.,c-:it.:i !::? ladies' c^n-m.i'-e. It wa.-. (?.-vk: -i tha: tin- -?? -mm:: .- ? meeting1; b'- ::?'-?:, r; -?:?;-? Wo.ie.. v night, at '?'?:'?) in ti.e A ..e:n .-'... !: i .-. unlfss ctnpr.s'.-i- airii;-:i. A cordial inv:t.r.i'::i ?:;??.?, ::C--i,:\;l to all sport ini; ij:-;!:-.-, ;o .it!--::i; It was Kt.-e.i-:o t:i:i' ;'-..? .'?:-.:::?,:?'??.? had worked vr. bar.! !? pu.-,h *»-? | ypsrts quee.i ..i:'-..;l. ; :::i ,.-::!;i:. ;-.? .p--, public Intel I.-; was Ivin:. :ak -n ::; ;'::? competition ! In order tr- jji-'';» ;ii.' b;i...

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ATOMIC CONTROL Russia Rejects U.S.A. Proposals [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 25 July 1946

ATOMIC CONTROL Russia Rejects U.S.A. Proposals NEW YOHK. Thmwiay: The R:ii pinn. M- Grnmyko. niiiiiuineed that the Sovi:-'. had n-Jef.rd the llnitod Statra main proposal., lor t!;e control of nloniU- envlny.

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AUSTRALIAN JEWERY CONDEMNS OUTRAGE [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 25 July 1946

AUSTRALIAN JEWERY CONDEMNS ' OUTRAGE SYDNEY. Thr.r.'-day: 'Australian Jewry, bs a \vl'..-le. joins with all ci.i xens cf the Coiiiiiunuvealth in enpres ?.ins; abhorrc1.:::'-1 and condemnation of ill acts r.f K-iriirism and violence, by whomscev;:1 ci'iimitled,' .'.aid Mr. Saul Symond';. iirrsicf:-.'.! cf tiio execuiivc council of Australian .Jewry. i He extpudfd sympathy to thoso w'.ic had lost rel:'.iii;s in the Jerusalem outrage.

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SUBMARINE ATOMIC BOMB Tremendous Explosion This Morning [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 25 July 1946

SUBMARINE ATOMIC BOMB Tremendous Explosion This Morning UIKINI. Tluirs.: The Submarine Atomic Udiii!) w.ih detonated with a Siar.t roar at pierisely 7.45 a.m. Syd ney time today. The roar could plain ly be heard on observation .ships fif teen mi!r- away. A ratl.D auui'iiiirer said it was a most trenifiidou.s i Miicsion, and completely oblitcrn'ed tin- '..irqcl area. A column! of water rcachrd »i)00 feet, with a dla- j meter at its ba-e of 2136 feet. I There is no e.'iclcncc of any ships being blown into the air. although they might have been, and obscured by water and mist. Another report saitl that a cloud or mi.M rose UUOli feet. An official broadcaster said that he believed he saw the cruiser Salt Lake j City midway out in the target area. ' The. American Associated Press car- ' r/iti^ntirlnnt flfini, (iviir Hip 'irnm* flf the explosion, reported that apparently the bulk or the 75 ships of tho tar^t flees rode out the fantastic |x-wer -jnd heat which churned the lagoon int'i a ca...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 25 July 1946

III n\^^-)fflffiljJM To: upwsrda ol 30 y**n Tlg»I Sdlvj, us:- J according to print* d dueciiona. has boou » Umily Btir.dby lor the tiMtmoat ol — o CATARRH O BRUISES o COUGHS &% § « COLDS S I m ? cuts mM From ChemiiU and Sloc«» TIGER M -Tho Medicine Kit in ? Carton' f.cwfim* pact tiff /on an ovo/Ajo/*; ADVSKTISE WELL tho comins events, meetings, and so on. FW these the charge Is 5/ por inch ifrc»ji ? tine inch upward). I Whether the clip be large or small, ihe maximum j price is assured v/hen it is in the hands of Aus j (rtilian, Mercantile, Land & Finance Coy., because of the unchallenged appraising and outstanding auctionaering of the A.M.L. & F. wen! To be cure that for your next clip you will get the utmost fraction of a penny per !b., consign it to A.M.L. & F., Sydney or Newcastle. Write now to fl tin w n Australian, mercantile. Land & finance Coy. Ltd. 4 Bligh Street. Sydney Eranchas at Newcastle, Wagga, Moree, Henly and Hay. A'j.w.ti mod...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 25 July 1946

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