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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 29 July 1946

COI-IES Ol'' THE 'COOTAMUNDRA DAILY HERALD' MAY m: OBTAINED FROM THE FOLLOWING AGENTS: Cootaniundra — It. Ekiu, Wallendoon 'Street. J. Mullins, Parker Street. Cosy Corner Cafe, No. 3, Parker SI I'\ Leggo, Parker Street. Scrivener Bros., Wallendoon St. .Stockinbingul — S J. II. Wilben. Wallendbeen — W. J. Palmer A. D. Devine liethungra — Frank Dillon. !

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 29 July 1946

ADVEJCTI.SK WELL the coming events, meetings, and so on. Fir these the charge Is 5- p'r inch (fro.n t:ii- inch upward).

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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TOURISTS TO TASMANIA [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 29 July 1946

TOURISTS TO TASMANIA Tlie N.R.M.A. ' forecast ; 1 1 ml tourist traffic between the mainland and Tas mania during the roiniu-, summer will be the heaviest since llu!), Motorists who Intend shipping their cars t.:i Tas mania are advised to book their -jju-vj as far ahead as possible, as .shipping tpacj far tourists' cars is still very limited. Cars may be shipped from either Sydney or Melbourne. Return J.paae should be booked before having lit.me, if possible.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 29 July 1946

SHOP WITH OUR ADVERTISERS AND mention what you saw ADVERTISED in this Newspaper. Printed and published by William Henry PiHkstone, of 157 Wallendoon street. Cootamundra, at 'Tile Coota mundra Herald' Printery, loc Wal lendnon street. Cootiuuundra.

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LOCAL & GENERAL IS STATE R.S. CONGRESS A "CIRCUS"? [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 29 July 1946

LOCAL & GENERAL is state'ils. congress a 'CIRCUS''.' At the June meeting cf Youn.; .sub- : branch -of. the ,? Returned Soldiers' League. Mr. :R. N. Blaekctt referral : to Stale Congress as an 'absolute cir- 1 eus and a ..waste of time.' j On Mr. Harry Phillips' recommend!) - | lion, it was resolved to write to State headquarters, asking tiiat a represen tative be invited to visit Young to an f.wer Mr. Blackett's charges, and when this motion was carried Mr. Blacken remarked that lie would be only too ' pleased to repeat lit, .statements and to enlarge upon them. j Headquarters were represented at a meeting of the .sub-branch by south- | western districts Councillor D. S. Adamson. of Dirnaseer. who replied in detail to Mr. Blackett's charges.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 29 July 1946

: ^§0^ : . BPIJaKS SECURiry ? * SAVE NOW FOR THE ? ? FUTURE W/TH * : SAVINGS : j CERTIFICATES ; * AND 6° SAVINGS CiRTIFICATC STAMPS . i ? * ? ? OVEIISKAS NEWS Overseas news in this newspaper i supplied by Australian Associate'1 Press. Sources include in England Tb Times, Daily Telegraph, Daily M -?' Daily Herald. Dally Express. Manche er Guardian. Renter's World Sen!'' Associated Press of Cireat Bri::ii'- and Exchange Telegraph Agency: i: in America, the New York Tha' Herald-Tribune, Associated Press. Ihe North American Newspaper Alli ance. Matter from the L,m'' Times dues not express Hint i*'* ?' [ paper's view unless so slated. '

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THE ROAD BACK TO PEACE [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 29 July 1946

THE KOAD BACK TO peace Sinn- tlir end nf U'orlil War II. tlie road tu peace has been made harder and tmi'lirr limit it should have hern. Un'ausr of the tractions of some ol the Allifd Nations to the cessation of hos tilities. through fear of tlie potential ... ? - ... tt.i. :itnmip honili. and ? I IhrtuKh tlie general unrest which was the natural nulionie. The white dove, age-long svinlK.I of peace, still finds many obstacles and undercurrents in Us flight over the world. There is still trouble in China: there have been re cent disturbances anil wholesale Go vernment removals, including hang ings, in .South America; and the liomtc ing'of the King David Hotel in Jeru salem, .uith its tragic loss, put another ulcer on. the world body. It all makes one 'wonder where it is all going to finVli; 'The oiiiy soiuticn lo the prob lem id in today's historic Peace Con fluence in Paris. It is to be held in the 'Luxembourg' Palace, where dele gates of 21 nations who actively waged war against th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 29 July 1946

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 29 July 1946

rHOFESSIONAL J. & R. A. SPEIRS Optometrists AUSTRAL CHAMBERS ? MR. IS. A. SI'EIItS. I'M.O. Hun. (Syd.) iCONSULTATTO.VS: Thursdays, 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. Fridays, » a.m. to 3 p.m. Office open Moiulny to Saturday for adjustments and replacements. 'Phone. Cooiamundra 185, for ap pointments. c-t If 1 , I I m '' 1r?ilHifiWH nnifaa KM i 'Cootomundrd Daily Herald' MONDAY. JUL Y 23. 194ii.

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STATE LOTTERY First to Sydney [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 29 July 1946

I STATE LOTTERY First to Sydney i SYDNEY. Monday: State lottery, No. 1305 was drawn today. I First prizi' was won Uy No. 54211. 'Mc::s and S.B.D.' syndicate, care M. (itliluers, SI York street. Sydney. oCl'OHiI. No. 30375, ??Account' symli ! cn:e. Mrs. C. Moon. 23 Delly's road, i Nareinburn. Tilji-r!. No. C4202, 'Piebald' syndi cate, .Mr.1;. I. Wrislit. 110 Forbest street, isaat, Sydney. Koiirth. No. 852DU. 'On My Own' syndicate. Mrs. May Kruyer, 19 AL— bolsfcrd street, Kensington. 10 PRIZES AT £101) 1II1G 1977 4234 578B 114D2 j 12770 7529G 79439 ti9207 96275 10 PRIZES AT £50 | U'JU 18U44 31U IB 54318 57473 G10Q9 05097 CG5«9 10 PRIZES AT £10 10083 21257 25717 34310 43147 5V247 G0001 68971 95045 98313 10 PRIZES AT £:!(- '121 G361 18328 23339 28431 391)35 53250 5G629 581197 77811 15 I'JtlZES AT K0 4115 13941 23831 20591 40858 553.J1 3U3UV HUB l I Cli'iK- IOUJU 7U524 C4G9D 87888 H9454 90559 ; Lottery No. 1366 will te drawn on Wednesday.

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THOUSANDS VISIT HUME DAM Albury Floods Subsiding [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 29 July 1946

THOUSANDS VISIT HUME DAM Albury Floods Subsiding A record crowd of sightseers throng ed the Hume Weir yesterday to see a huge volume of water thundering over the spillway. The peak of the flood was rcacheil on Friday evening, when 1.520.559 acre feet of water was banked up, and the water was 7it. lUiti. over the spillway. The previous record was 7ft. 2iin. in August. 1939. By last nisht the height of the water over the spillway had fallen to 7rt. 4'in. Taking advantage of the first sunny j day for weeks, thousands or people . visited the weir yesterday to see the; spectacle. So many cur.-, were parked at the I weir by lale.alternoon that newcomers] had to park about half a mile from.' the spillway and walk the rest or the way through trafic which was describ ed as being as thick as any in the heart of Sydney. One thousand people went to the weiv by ba: .er, alone. Taxis and cars made the I rip in hundreds. The water, covering many square miles cl river llats. began to subside on Sat...

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PEACE CONFERENCE Mr. Attlee Arrives [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 29 July 1946

PFAfF CONFERENCE Mr. Attlee An-ivcr, PARIS, Monday: Th? P: t»-. fcrence. which opens tcday. v/i! n-.il be a full or final Perec t'.--,::.-vi-.!ce. ' says Router. It will iU.il i:.'i h?r v.iiii Oermaiiy, Austria, or .J;.p:i::. j Shortly att'.'r the i'::': i P:'i-n?' I Minister (Mr. At tie,, r.-r;. «„ I Mr. Byrnes 'L'.S.A ? hm! liri:i:!i' Prime Minister :iir litt : j quest to tliwti.v. );rr.jl-m cf ? Palestine and the muiM!:' ?.?e::iirdiiv? tliel publication of d:.if; t.ca i'.. No statement wa , i.-;u :i after !!;e meeting, but li i., h'li -. d' that Mr. ffi' Byrnes sought to -;vc:-( mp- British cb $? Jectiuns to p',ib!.'..-i::::; tin? while »-?.:*- § Of the proposed t:v ities, incluci: f-t clauses on tthirh t.jc;^ js still ill - agrceinciii l;5. ? | 'I am a realist. i,nr j l-r.c hr-p ? j -?, that this coufei' !:?:,? will wr;-e !.i-'J:v~| j'-' |»ace.' sa::l Ur. r'v.i:' sno:) aft:r Ji:: ' arrival in Piiris.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 29 July 1946

BRODERUNsi DRAPERS FOP ALt YOUR WOOL j NEEDS | i

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 29 July 1946

COMFORT K 861 P»rker|.' ? ? . rt-4. MEN'S GLACE PUMPS 21/ PAIR. ;! ti I ? ? ? . l|

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 29 July 1946

['aiiMt'] I M ALFS I ; BAKBNG P@WDIR j 5 always ensures succes:, wh.r L. .:: , ,,r. any good plain ! i flour. Crusty, light :con«i, ? .c-crust and pastry, ? ? even textured, lign^ jponaes ccoVios are certain ® ; when you use AUMT MAP.'S BAKING POWDER. { { Famous for over 70 yoars! AVAILABLE EVERYWHERE. * ' ? ? ? I J§|| A PATTERN J SERVICE i 'y every ^ ? / TUESDAY'S S.M. HERALD 16 pages of stories, articles, fashions, humour . . . PLUS A NEW PATTERN SERVICE. Two smart patterns each week, ? available- by- posV-onlyr'ati-l/--each;— SetfTp* this week's magazine for details; ORDER YOUR COPY NOW! CEIj.c %kn) NOTE: Speeiol pages of Country tpott, ores aro included in your 'S.M. Herold' doily. Ask your News* agent about the ' H o i aid's' EARLy DELIVERy in your town. jiwrnmg tfjemft . v ? ? ? -r-nrnnwi. . ^;0\ Blades 11 Reduced in Price! Now . . . die simplest ;tnd most s.uisi.iaory shave is ;ilso more economical. The 'Valet' system of shaving gives you a new keen aittint; ctl»e every morni...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 29 July 1946

40MtEFUND ,„;.... ClioMs'^'hc^o-v/ocI was appraised by -fee ? Cos'ntry: ? ? ? ... Producers' Selling Co. Ltd. have received the usual 40% refund of commissions chorged during vhe last financial ypnr. This is further evidence of the generous policy of this progressive company which; Mnce its inception 36 years ago, hcs shared its profits with the man on the land. -'-'v. CONSIGN TO TH^ ^ G. O. PARNHAM .... MANAGER ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? - — ? | ' GOOD COOKING | ? TO BE DONE... Wade's is mode from °'lr° j jj/i 'i mb/io to odd immcoj ' refined lo add extra ? ? ? ' , , quality and smootbnoss to the toxturc of every Cowflw dlS' you make, you can't be too careful with Cornflour — *o always insist on Wade'sl WADE'S CORNFLOUR A product of CLIFFORD LOVE & CO. LTD., Clarence St.. bydn-y IIB1BIHI1 II W — MIBIIIWIM f ? USE THE CLASSIFIED ADVE -TISEMtNT COLUMNS OF 'THE COOTAMUNDRX DAILY HERALD'

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MAHER CUP Young Beaten 7-5 [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 29 July 1946

MAHER CUP - Young Beaten 7-5 After being dpwn 5-nil, Tumut! 1 Mailer Cup holders) led 7-5 at half- i time against Young on Saturday, antil maintained that advantage all through the second half. . . . , The gate ^vas £150., For Tumut. S. Wade scored a try and J. Roddy kicked two goals. For Young, O'Connor scored a try and Powderley kicked a goal. Mr. M. Ibbotsen, of Cootamundra,! refereed. 1 The draw for the second round of the ! Maher Cup takes place at Cootamun dra on August 3. The Tumut Club! has asked the Group that a meeting I of the delegates of Group 9 be held 011 i the same night, when various matters | in connection with football could be | discussed. 1 ? I The last Maher Cup game of the season will be on the first Saturday in ! September. Cowra Club has a 'credit of about' £340 and intends asking Edgar Newn- j ham to continue coaching when he gets a discharge irom a doctor under whom he has been, following a Test injury.

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GOVERNMENT CONTROLS Criticised by Mr. Warren McDonald [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 29 July 1946

i GOVERNMENT CONTROLS Criticised by Mr. Warren McDonald In an address last night Mr. Warrui : McDonald. C.P. candidate for Humr.j referred to the unjustifiable reteni:-i:: ! of many control:. which. howescr '? necessary they wore during the war. ' were now throttling recovery which.! with the high taxation, were obiU'ic.-l ing a return to volume production. -While the present Government in M-.;:- that taxation cannot be reduce;', any further.' Miid Mr. McDonald. 'Iti-- Unitcd States has made great reduc licn.-^. and Canada has now removed income taxation on all incomes under £ll a week Britain. bombed and bunted tor six years, and still on half rations, has reduced income taxation by lo00.000.000. and has built up an ex|Mirt trade worth hundreds of ritil lions.' 'The present Government.' con tinued Mr. McDonald, 'has u rooted conviction that the;, . mid only tliey. assisted by an army ol economists, arc the only |«'ople who ran solve our problems. Tlioy overlook completely the great...

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GOLF RALPH ROWE Wins Club Championship [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 29 July 1946

GOLF RALPH ROWE Wins Club Championship Ralph Rowe won the Cootamundra Country Club's golf championship yes terday when he defeated Ted Williams 7 and 5 in the final over 35 holes. Rowe played super golf over tlie last four holes of the match, to be 2 under par. Up to this stage Williams had done well to reduce his opponent's ijad to 3 ur- at the 27th. Tlie first hole in the morning was halved in 5's. but Rowe won tin* next three with 4. 4, 5. The fifth was halved in 4's, but a birdie 3 at the sixth gave Rowe a lead of 4 up. ; Williams won one back at tlie 7tn with a 5. but Rowe sank a long putt for a par 4 and win at the 8th. T'hc 9th was .squared in par 4's, but Rowe got a birdie .3 at the 10th, while Wil liams missed a putt for a birdie. The 11th was halved in par 3's, and Wil liams took the 12th with a par 3. Rowe won the 13th with a birdie 4, his third birdie of the round. Williams won the 14th with a par 5. The 16th was squared with par 4's, and Williams won the next with a par...

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GOVT. INSURANCE OFFICE Premier's Report [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 29 July 1946

GOVT. INSURANCE OFFICE Premier's Report SYDNEY M-nrlr.y: The net trad ing siirpl'.r- -: the Government- Insur ance cirri; f f-ir the financial ysar er.dine June 30 last was expected to exee.;l liiOuiia. This was announced bv li:.' Prcaia v 'Mr. McKelli last night. 'This v.-ill britm the total of not in,'',..:!; Mtri)l:i.-. since November. 1942 to iMc'i-M I.' ho said. 'So far. i22i:iv!' i- 'i paid by the Govern in:'!!' c tiflice into the Sta'e's j.:i.'l account, at the T-c.Mii- . amount will be furth .1 iiariug the present .Y,':\ M: K'-i- added that in f.i'.ir v t-- policyholders had (.v., il'.l '.-'.'.'i.aoo. while, in addition, li,.. .i iri.').0ii0 liad been set aside a- bonus equalisation l'o . ji:v. :i:i'. to maintain continuity ui ihc i'!lls ilefla ration. This was e ul_,,|..,. ;:;ruiv inlroduced by tli-j go v!. p'. -ni insurance orrice in connes ... ;-:i ?i.-'iicral insurances.

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