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THEFT OF SKINS Robbery at Bombala [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 6 August 1946

THEET. OF SKINS . Robbery at Bcmbala Cioulbtirn police have been noti fied of the latest of a scries of nkml robberies throughout southern . New South Wales, and widespread inves tigations arc being carried out to trace 2001b. of rabbit skins and 4!j fox lurs stolen from Bombala. Police are keeping a close check on a suspect, and it is believed that similar thefts from Bega. Cooma. and other southern centres may soon be| cleared up. I A car was seen leaving the premises j | of the New Zealand Trading Co. .ikin j store at Bombala at 2.45 yesterday' morning, and it was later discovered that entry had been obtained by cut tin' iron from a shed. Police have been informed that the I car headed for Delegate, and all sta tions have been advised to keep a clese watch on main roads.

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 6 August 1946

iBRUDERLINSi j drapers ! CHECK TEA TOWELS i ! EEST QUALITY, 2/3 \ | AND 2 COUPONS I ? ? - — — ? ? ? ? ... ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 6 August 1946

I ' ?; n COMFORT S& *81 Parker 8U 'Phone: EM. FOR MEN'S SHOES . BLACK AND TAN

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 6 August 1946

Instant, Relief for coughs; Colds Woods' Great Peppermint Cure

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 6 August 1946

j-, Blades isdmeiin Trice! Nnw . . . tin.- simplest and most satisfactory shave is also more economical . The 'Valet' system of shaving gives you a new keen cutting edge every morning. One blade lasts for weeks . . . and look at the new prices. 10 BLADES: 3'2 5 BLADES: 1/7 ;? Supplies of Valet Blades now back to norma) BRITISH MADE .V7/1M ;t As your car ages, nurse that engine. It's a likely trouble spot — If f/A M neglected. Protect it with top-grade oil — protect it with Atlanticl This war-tested oil has an outstandingly High Viscosity Index;* this means it ^nj|9^ maintains perfect lubricating 'body' at all engine temperatures. Thut, \Sji\ engine parts are permanently protected . . . with Atlantic. Ask for Atlantic next refill. . * Under the univorsalty-accep'cd Vi-:o$ity Index Test, Atlantic shows maximum rettsfam* to f/u'nni'ng ouf uitdtff heat . It U ther^loro rated as a High Viscosity index Oil, WARNING: Oi ty not con'vse Viscosity Index, which refer » to the quality of oil, w...

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THE BACKWARD TREND [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 6 August 1946

TIIE BACKWARD TREND The recent aiitioiimemeiit l-y Itafl- ; way Cimniisfioiier llartiRan of a £1.II5.IICU i-laii ti- improve country rail scrviics by the use ul 70-mile-an-hour dii'sel train-, mil miters anil rail muter; trail'-rs will ni exactly olTeiul country ecoolc at present laboring miller a totally Ktmls ami |):is-cnq; i , * servile, cut* in Hit- number of trains fr.r llie cin iase uT normal necessities. j anil threats i:f -till farther reductions . cf M-niecs mil. :, tiie coal p.-.silinn i.»- ] proves. ] But the whole question is. wlnrn anil liow are wc to eel these dies?! train-, these rail meters ami rail motor trailers'.' On present indi.ations, nm unlil the maj rity of adult- in rural ..areas arc diddering ancients or in their graves! I This is not a criticism i,f Mr. llarti- ' gan or Irs Department. We know the colossal load the N.SAN'. Railways had j to carry during the war. \\ e know the | great mass of maintenance work ' that j had to be postponed' until after the i ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 6 August 1946

PROFESSIONAL J. & R. A. SPEIRS . Optometrists j AUSTRAL CHAMBERS ! Slit. It. A. SI'EIItS, F.I.O. Hon. (Syd.) CONSULTATIONS: Thursdays. 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. Fridays, it a.m. to 3 p.m. Office open Monday to Saturday lor adjustments and replacements. ?phone, coo'.amundra 185, lor ap pointments. V 'Cootamundra Daily Herald' TUESDAY. AUGUST 6. 1910. I

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MOTOR CYCLE NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 6 August 1946

MOTOR CYCLE NOTES (By 'Cluteh.'i K was dccided at a .special meeting j last night of the C.M.C.C. to postpone i the reliability trials until a later date, j Much preparation Is being made by ; the club for the forthcoming speedway I events to he held on the showground | on Saturday. September 7. commencing ' at 2 p.m., in nid of the Sports Queen (Miss 'Tim' Smith). The people of Cooiumundra will have the pleasure of . seeing both visitlr.j and local, riders competing in vaiious thrilling .speed trials, sidecar races, obstacle events and motor bike football. People who have not had the opportunity of seeing these hair-raising thrills in goneby days will now have the chance to do so, and wiil also be helping the War Memorial Fund.

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NO ADDITIONAL COAL For Railways [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 6 August 1946

NO ADDITIONAL COAL : For Railways ! SYDNEY. Tuesday; I'he P.imt Minister (Mr. Chiileyi told mt; m .til ers last night that !-?? v.vt. unable :-- divert more coal to give better railwty services in New South Wale. Mr. Chifley stlgge.-.t* tun lie.' unions continue ncgoti.iujiis with Ui Miners' Federation to have the iiii'ier. produce more coal. The miners' general secretary (Mr. Grant i last night made a strong ap peal to the miners tc increase prculnc-^ tiou to prevent chaa; in industry and iiansport services. J He said tiie miners must play their', part in keeping the wheels of Industry j turning while the Federal Labor C.^-j tcrmr.ent was planning a new deal for | illt'ill. Union leaders in their talks wiili Mr. Chifley at the Trades Mali stres sed that if something was not done to improve coal supplier chaos would re sult. They said that sultieient eoal was not being prudueed to iully maintain industrial and transport services. They sought an additional 3500 nns of coal a week for...

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 6 August 1946

THURSDAY, AliGUST IS V . (IN AID 0? DISTRICT HOSPITAL) , Feather, Light, aiui Welterweight Championships' A. BATROS and J. BRYANT, Hon. Organiser.1;. Confidently Recommending followeil lij snlisl'aiiiiiii In (lie liinaliiii^ Wilielieoiiilie. ' Camm's skilful, tliori'iiiiily attentive work ns nellinc brokers coiuliliieil; with tluir llrsl rati- ???|iiipiin-iil for displaying the ?lie«l-'!i staple, act nj u: strung safeguard lor growers. I; ' Write— e- Winchcombe, Carson Ltd. — Wimiirnmlii' House. Ilrid »«? Si reel. Sydney. Unwrlii's: Vass. Forties, Oraiicr Ariuiiial'. Itenrlic. 3|f:BEDROOM 'DURABESTOS' HOME DESIGN The plan is offered to intending home builders as a basis for plan* ning a Wunderlich Asbestos C e ment home: permanent, 'spacious, attractive. /'Durobostos' (asbestos ♦ ccment) sheets can bo readily affixed as walling on stocl or timber fromo construction. A terra-cotta tiled roof ensures colourful contrast,, and all-weather protection. Tho above materials o tti manu factu...

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MINERS' HOLIDAYS Will Cause Railway Collapse [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 6 August 1946

MINERS' HOLIDAYS Will Cause Railway | Collapse I i SYDNEY. Tuesday: During vester-i day's discussions between the Prime j Minister i»Ir. Chifley) and represcn-j lative:; of New South Wales Trade Labor Council and the Transport Unions. Mr. chifley was told that if the miners took their annua! holidays at the end of the year, the NSW. Railways would face complete col- 1 lapse. A spokesman for the deputation claimed that, with miners' holidays only 20 weeks away, stocks to carry the Railway over the holiday i-cricd could not be created, even il every mine works daily between now a.id then. Railways Department officials todiy .warned that unless railway coal .iup plies were greatly stepi-ed up. wheat intended to relieve famine conditions in Europe would be held up at sidings throughout Australia, and if there ,va: a heavy harvest, the railway would not be 'able to shift it. There will be much congestion at sidings, and even internal wheat supplies will be affect ed unless the coal posit...

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WAR MEMORIAL MEETING TONIGHT [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 6 August 1946

WAR MEMORIAL MEETING TONIGHT A'- '-? : the Coot.imundra M;:!'.:- /? bv. night Mavor U' - ft. e : . t ha ; he anticipated '»-? ' ? . ting to be held to ni:t!n . ? ? . . ... what .shape the rrop .... ,r..:l would take ha.% (v:r. it.-; . ocing a large one. The e.. '' ; d-jwn far 8 p.m.. in til- a ? . :? , .ni. 'H- '.-t-'t :.a! Ala. stratton. 'if t''-' 't.:e , ., ; ,rgi. lor the room, tit :i ? ' : :. ..- e-.-n'.eir.s would be Ti.e n-.a' v.is jet; in his hand?.

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DETECTiVES RUSH TO MAITLAND Attempted Criminal Assault on Girl [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 6 August 1946

DETECTiVES RUSH TO MAITLAND Attempted Criminal Assault on Giri \\'!-:t MAITLAND. Tuesday; De tective.-, engage:! on the murder :.'t Ji-ai. Norma M'rfi'. cr Ginii. 11. .?! f.'( v.v-wi. m June, have been rtish-J 1 1 ' ? m Sydney t., investigate rep.ins that a \ tjung man on Sunday at tempted m criminally assault a ninc vcti: -r,!.; girl a: Thornton, near here. 'Vile ehtl.1.. it I-. aUegeci. was hired in ?o a life, rey. where her clothing was torn ul'. and an afenipt mad- to as sault her

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N.Z. MINISTER APOLOGISES FOR ATTACK [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 6 August 1946

N.Z. MINISTER APOLOGISES FOR ATTACK WELLINGTON iN.Z.l. Tuesday; Th.- Minister tor Works iMr. Scmplci in.bliely aiyjlogised 'without reserva tion'' for Ills attack on President Truman in a speech on Sunday. In his speech Mr. Seinple said that it the Opixjsition gained ptnvcr. It would act as President Truman had dime in the United States. President Truman, lie said, was the tool of United States' money gangsters. This is not the tirst attack Mr. Scmple has made on foreign states men. Previously the late Mr. Savage, when he was Prime Minister, rebuked Mr. Semplc for his disparaging re marks about European leaders. Mr. Semplc said he did not know that President Truman desired the ex- 1 tension of price control. He had made the statement in the belief that Presi dent Truman was responsible for, or at least, condoned, the lifting of price controls.

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DOMINICAN 'QUAKE Buildings Collapse [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 6 August 1946

DOMINICAN 'QUAKE Buildings Collapse MIAMI. Tuesday; A fresh trcni'ir shook the Dominieim Republic, but the intensity was slight. Meanwhile, high waves are lesuiting from the bi:f earthquake -i: Sumlay. recorded along the Dominr ;ni «,,!?.(, but no d image is thus far reputed irom them. The -|i'.ake cliuii.iyu! nl. cracked building in f'nn io«|:.s, and al„i interruiited communications. P^nopiata and' /?laiitanzas are reported to have been) seriously damaged by the 'quake. Many] buil.l'i.gs col!a;-sca. Di.srrptfd coimiiiinicationr, in other areas ptcvented r Die reports get ting tiiry.igh.

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MAJOR COUSENS Remanded Again [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 6 August 1946

MAJOR COUSENS Remanded; Again j SYDNEY. Tuesday; Major chatles' G'ousen;; appeared briefly in the Cen tral Court today, being remanded in1 Icr.s than a minute until August 20 mi a charge of treason. , Mr. R. Chambers, who appeared for the Crown, said that since cousens was previously before the court, on July 23, a rule lilsl had been granted by the Supreme Court preventing pro-i ceedings, except on the question of re- ! mand. | The matter will be argued before the; lull court tomorrow, he added.

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DEMAND FOR RABBIT SKINS AND FOX FURS [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 6 August 1946

DEMAND FOR RABBIT SKINS AND FOX FURS 'Almost 2.000.000 rabbit skins arc auctioned in Sydncv each week.' said an official of Winchcombe Car.*:. Ltd. 'The demand fw Australian for furs and rabbit s'.'.i'.^ has readied ar all-time high. The majority of ihest skins are bought by clothing firms for the 'manufact.-s ol coats, hats, and handbags.'

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TENNIS [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 6 August 1946

TENNIS . The tennis tournament held by the Town Club to assist the Sports Queen i Miss 'Tim' Smith) was a huge suc cess. both socially and tinancially. We understand that Miss Smith will bene- j lit by more Ulan £20. The big majority of matches were evenly contested, although a few of the backmarkers found the goii:^ a bit | luavy. On the whole. Mr. Herb Sclio lieltl is to be congratulated on the; handicapping. He certainly had a big j job to do and did it weil. I In section 2. k: Manwaring and Miss ! Nancy Hnirord iscr.i struggled hard ' to win their division, but having won ' they rose to the occasion and came home winners, defeating Koogh and 1 Miss Skamp i — 30 « in the semi-final, and Strcng and Mrs. Williams i— 15) I in the final. In section 1. Ryan and Mrs. Win dred. Heath and Mrs. Sloane. Collinj ridge and Mrs. Hanlon. O'Mally and Mrs. ? Tucker, were division winners. Ryan and Mrs. Wiudred and Heath and Mrs. Sloane survived the semi-tinals. 1 and will play the final next Sun...

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BOXING [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 6 August 1946

BOXING Further to the comprehensive pro-| 'gramme set down for August 15, the i promoters have been approached with j a public request to stage a four-round 1 grudge fight between young 'Dido' | Flynn and. 'K.O.' McGuincss. Both! boys have decided to settle differences ; inside the ring, and from outward ap- j pearances an atomic bomb is not far from exploding. , The box plan is now. open at Bruce Small Pty. Ltd. and filling rapidly, so ] book early and avoid disappointment. Ringside seats are limited, and there wili. be no standing room in the ring side area. Don't mtos this nijiit of nights! Every class of boxing will bo witnessed, ! and fans are assured of an evening of ^ entertainment equal to, or better than, 1 any normal Leichiiardt or Ruslieutter's Bay programme. | Proceeds are in aid of tiie Cootamun- I dra District Hospital, so come along and help this worthy institution. I

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ENCOURAGEMENT OF CRICKET IN COUNTRY [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 6 August 1946

ENCOURAGEMENT OF I CRICKET IN COUNTRY The first step in the New South Wales Clickrt Association campaign lo build tip country cricket will be a revival this sensoii of the country week carnival. The chairman of the country com mittee i Mr. It. G. Hci-foid) said that it was pvoixised to hold n carnival in I Sydney in November. The association! lias been asked to allot a sum of money for the promotion of country j cricket, and It was hoped that inter distrlct matches would be held. L.asi Saturday Mr. Herford and the association secretary iMr. H. Heydoni met delegates from Wollongong, Kinina. Nowra, Moss Vale, Goulburn. Crcokv.iil. and Canberra, at a meeting at Moss Vale, where several proposal; were discussed.

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