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WHAT IS IT—A CYCLE OR A MOTOR BIKE? [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 7 August 1946

WHAT IS IT— A CYCLE Olt A MO roil BIKE? If.. ;i combination of both. You can pedal it like a cycle without using your eimine: vou can Mop pedalling and use voor engine; or vou call do both. ; i- . pedal with the engine. Tii-y are reliable, easy to start, easy ii stop, and ladies as well us men can | ij-.ite easily operate them. Although light ill weight, they are ? 'i 1:4 in make, and one gallon of pet ? 1 1 : and i pint of cil will take you 180 with a maximum speed of :)0 :u ;-.ii., for a cost of 4 . Engine casings arc of first-grade al loy castings, with a 50 mm. bore by 50 mm. stroke. It lias few moving parts and operates on a simple two-stroke principle. After two minutes' instruction, you can ride away just as confident and as safe as 011 a cycle. If you can ride a cycle, you can handle a motoriscci evclc. 'I he ideal for Dad to go lo work, splendid tor Mum lo do her shopping, and Junior will enjoy siltinc on the back, too! Cash price Is £53/16'. plus freight.; low deposit and ...

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEW TOBACCO PLANT AT TUMUT [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 7 August 1946

? I NEW TOBACCO PLANT AT TUMITT j The Melbourne factory of Drug j Houses of Australia. Ltd.. is at present ' processing dry ercps of nir.'Otina l'tts ' lira harvested from five and a half acres of trial plots in the Turnut dis trict. i It is considered that Tuimit crops on tiu- average contain a higher per centage of nicotine than crops grown in other districts. The trial crops are expected to yiul.i lim gallons of nicotine sulphate. j Tli.- guaranteed price is Od a lb. I The cost of production, including tanners' wages, is estimated a'. £50 anl acre. An area of 201)0 acre- slmtild yield, a gross return of £75 pn acre, with a nrtt return of £25 an acre. ?Mi.- commonwealth Government a r.d Drug Houses of Australia. Ltd.. inc anxious that as large an area as pos sible should be placc-d under contract tur the cultivation of nicotina rustica ; in Tuiuiit for the -.-'iiiing .sca.son.

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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LEGACY BUTTON DAY [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 7 August 1946

LEGACY Bl'TTON I).\V Tomorrow is Legacy Button Day. v.'heti residents of Coo:aimir.dra will have an opportunity of purchasin» a button and so help in that grand v.-ork that Legacy i.s doing ;.:- care foi the children of llieir departed cumrades. Sir Isaac Isaacs. wh?n Governor General of Australia, relerred to the Legacy movement thus: 'There has come out of the War !h:? Legacy Club with an ideal of supreme worth. The ideal that death, so i;,r frc-m ending the story of comradeship, opfns a new and brilliant chapter. It creates jn those who remain a tm.,t ft is ;l trust to care for any helpli-K.i w.dows and children that former comrades have left. It is a trust that i.s at once a Iwr d;n and a joy, a responsibility and an i-l»j-ort unity, a duty and ;i privilege. It i.s a high and honourable obligation regarded as a prscioii, l'-gacy volun-] una piouuiy assumed tiy those i'.appiiy surviving to step in and adopt. protect, nurture, guide and settle in life the widows and little ones wh...

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 7 August 1946

! N&hu, wt- T.IK i ?-i-ii,:tt i.t: en I hy Im.-niatioiKil Trucks has born -ii liiitiir s-.-.-iilfas.iy .»iih-.. tin- lirst hij;!iwheeler took to ' ? i-a-l.- 'tiiiy yr.ir- ;i I '|''-iy is i'w iriv:ii''.-t name in trucks bcciiune ..-!?») i is. — . t--r ha# kept laith with the men wh» uim S . ih : !..? full i!i.- Inteniatiiimils will be available, ;?- i-:ii.ai ?-? ? ? '?.-??f ten tons . . . including li(fht, -intj mnii-ls . . . Safeguard your next tl'lil. ?? In'.iM national. Ark noil' / in iii/m -m u t ion hi our iirci iicli Iioiinc showrooms or from -i 'iy »/ in ir tiii'ixi|'nfi:ini (/islrifiiilors or country local n^ciltl. In CALTKX K.I\M. von get n premium motor oil with 1'osl \\ ar addilnes that give you (lie highest development in modern lubrication — THE WORLD'S HIGHEST QUALITY BASE OIL . . . p m DETERGENT COMPOUND Pius CORROSION INHIBITOR pins OXIDATION INHIBITOR SrTd SI''0' p/us A 'DEFOAMING' AGENT 5 T' ° '°w These are eharactcrislies llial only (lAF/I'KX IS.I'.M. cangi...

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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THE LATE MR. R. TICEHURST [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 7 August 1946

THE LATE Ml!. It- TIC'EIH'IIST Tiie hit.- Mr. Ranald Ticcilurs;. w::n was i-t:.' iii \V.'l!'.'t'.cibcen's pione-is was l-'-. tie pissed away suddenly a! tiie fhs'.ri-! Ku-;i.:al. cooiamundr.i. Di-ee.'.seii had stroke prior to the death uf in* v. i:.' ? Sarah i, but hail Orc:i i j'. -;. i; ;:''od heal'.h. He uas in i he in-;' -?! ..!t;:i;s. but at about 4.30 p:n. had aiit-ther ..trofcr. and u!l on lite ka.k oi lit.- heati. breaking a l)lo.nl vc -W. lie wa.- ronvryed to C'.xv.a mti.-iiira. but p.i.-t-ed away at S- p.m. wi:!iea: re;ami'.'.i: consciousness Thrc^l:.*'.!; in- lite he had b.'eu hiiihlv i.-p-itet! ti-r hi'; honesty end reiiakility and h.- word was !i:- tend. Survivir.g niemljers of tli-1 fam.ly are Jean i.Mrs. Dydei. Wallendbeei : Mabe! ijlrs. Dignann. W.ili.-.:i:b Wal Tieeiiursl. Cnfiabolin: D -m '!:v hurst. WnlU'r.cibcen. Es-ie ar.-; ?1': : predeceased their lather. Step ? 1 : ? ters are Gladys 'Mrs. Parker '? !'? - kes: Leila i.Mr-. Bticklevi. .-?? Brothers are Tom. Hard...

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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SIMPLE MAJORITY QUESTION Voting 11 to 9 Against [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 7 August 1946

SIMPLE MAJORITY QUESTION - Voting 11 to 9 Against PARIS, Wednesday: TUt N«v; Zea land proposal that all matters of .sub stance at the Paris Conference should be decided by a slmpb majority v.-as rejected by eloven votes to nine? with one abscntion, by the Rules Commit tee. Voting for the New Zealand pro posal was: Australia. South Afrira. :-u-x ! Zealand, Cnnada, Holland. n.ji^him Brazil, India, unci Grejee. A^.iius; : j Britain, America. Russia. China. Trance. I Czechoslovakia, Yugoslavia. Poland Ukraine, White RnsLsa. at.ti .N'nuvny. Ethiopia abstained. Heads of delegations cunferred for forty minutes before tlie evening ses-l sion. when the vote was taken. I Chairman Spank, in proposinc the adjournment cf the afternoon setsian, said: 'Tlie Impasse I had foreseen has come about. We are In st lieious ciivl I plead with you to make » supiema effort at reeDiicilintion. This i; a (treat moment for the conference. I fear the debate will end badly if it ends the way I am afraid it will ...

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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ASSISTANT C.P.S. FOR COOTAMUNDRA [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 7 August 1946

ASSISTANT C-l'-S. I'OU (.'OOTA.MUNnitA ? During the war years Cootamundra 's 1 C.P.S. ollice. which incidentally, is one : of t lie busiest oiiiies at Cootunumdra. has been carried on with only n C.P.S. Repeated representations were made to the Justice Department for an as sistant C.P.S. At i'.s meeting last Fri day ni^lit week, tlie Chamber of Com merce ilviiit'd to protest against the delay in nil appointment. This evident iv brought results, for Mr. CI. W. Dewbiuy. of Invereil. who was recently di.-.'harsed from Hie, ? A.I.F.. has airl.vil here and has taken | ? up duties- j

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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TIDAL WAVE Followed Earthquake [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 7 August 1946

TIDAL WAVE Followed Earthquake*' ?' i CUIDAD TRUJILLO i Dominican Republic), Wednesday: Eye-witmss repDrto from Matanzas said that the tidal wave which followed the earth quake at the week-end swept inland for a mils so swiftly that it caught a party fleeing in a motor car. Onlv eight of 300 house at Mataiv/as are .standing. However, residents were forewarned when the waters first receded much below the low tide mark, and took refuge in trees and high places.

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 7 August 1946

4 SHOP WITH OUR ADVERTISERS AND mention what you saw ADVERTISED ! in this Newspaper.

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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STUDENT'S GRIM STORY In Murder Confession [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 7 August 1946

STUDENT'S GRIM STORY In Murder Confession CHICAGO. V; due day: Tlie stiitt Attorney, Mi'. William Tuiiiiy. an nounced that :he fnivr ity .stutl-jnt Heirens. tu the kidnapping and killing i.i tlx- D:-nnn ;luld early this year. Heirens -f id ht-w If strangled D'.'g nim vit!; i.. r:i,^or- wliil.- she was in bed. aiKi !;. ji to-ik til? liodv tu the bn.-iwi't.t ,:i a '.lee.iby hud'iii.g, cut it tai. dr .!?!»? i! nieces into the sewers. j and tlie:; v.To'.e a note demanding L'UX'OD i!:ir;' ranyom. I Ke .d .'elected the victim by f!:.i ai:.r seeing an 0]-':i winduw. 1 a: d v ,i : ;n a daze while killing the ! :.:ri - i ? : i s disijesing of the hudy. iHi'.i : eiinlcssinfi to the Degnan :.ill.ng, said h? .squirted oil on the :n::-.im nute to remove clues. and tiien. after leaving the note in the u;'iiii% room, went home an;! studied then at? douyhnuls and coffee at :- resiaiirunt. and went to school. He intended to burgle the Degnan heme, which he visited alcne alter drinking with friends. ...

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LOCAL & GENERAL HUNGARY'S WORTHLESS MONEY [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 7 August 1946

LOCAL, & GENERAL HUNGARY'S WORTHLESS MONEY 'A Cabinet Minister in Hungary to day has a salary roughly cquivaiim: to half a dollar a month. The Pic..i drnt receives sonietiilni; like the equivalent of ten dollars a year. in any ca.se, Hungarian money has al most ceased to he I lie medium of ex change. What was their equivalent of Britain's £5 note is rnll-.-] 'hist' by the Magyars. It mlxh; be used tor buying a newspapjr, cr cniwr'ini: on to an overcrowded tram. or making a telephone call. The .irii-es ol v;ootU for sale, and there, me l.'.i\ art- q'lotecl in dollars. Most exc-ii.ir^--. whether in the towns or m the roimtrv. is by tarter — a pair .oj ;'hi:il:wi.s tur a mtCKel cl eoal, a do;-, n e;;as t-.r a doctors visit. One i r. -.v;i:iuu in Budap.-st— she was ,i:.. sr;l- survivln-j member of her fam:h r-i-i me tint the sold tlie eishtccn tr.,sa their wreckrd huu-e u, Umia i.ir ten pounds cf gooso fa;. A civil servant, she possessed only .hi- Willie-, .sjic Stood up in— all...

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GIRL'S STORY OF ATTACK WAS FALSE [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 7 August 1946

GIRL'S STORY OF ATTACK, WAS FALSE '.VEST MAITLAND, Wednesday. A nine-year-old girl, whose story that she had been attacked by a man brcught dsteetives hurrying from Sydney, broke down and wept, and admitted that her story was not trie Pclice are sati.sfied there was nc attaci: of any kind. Earlier the girl said that a young man attacked her. tore her clo'hes. and tried to commit an indecent as sault in a bush quarry near the vil lage of Thornton on Sunday. Her screams, she said, caused d'-'W at a nearby farm to hark, and their noise frightened t h . man, who ran away. .. .. . :i ' The man. she said, escaped in a single-seater blue car which he Ivad waiting.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 7 August 1946

'bRUDERLINS: : DRAPERS I | SPECIAL j ; EDGE TO r:DGE COATS ! 29/11 | ; |

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 7 August 1946

COMFORT US ttt Parker BU 'Phone: Im. NOW HAS STOCKS OF BOOTS FOR SMALL BOYS

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 7 August 1946

Copy for tlie f'less slmuld In In ink— NOT PENCIL.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 7 August 1946

-PAINS JPKfli AFTER C ' J|| EATING? .Then f f fi Take one teaspoon ful of Pe Witts Antacid Powder in a little water then-... RELIEF! Yes, one done usually is 'suf- ficient to relieve after-meal pains.cspccinllv when they arise from conditions of excess stomach acidity ( h;i I-r yrid ilu ) . Besides quickly neutralis'nn stomach acidity. De Witt's Antacid Powder soothes, settle.^ and protects the irritated stomach. Al ways have a canister of DeWitt's Antacid Powder in the house, ready for use the moment it is needed. It will take the pain out of catinq for vou and mealti.nes vill then become the pleasure which they should be. Get a canistcr from your chemist. Diktats m, ANTACID POWDER £§f I For Indigestion. Acid Stomach. ;cC:¥s?J Heartburn, Flatulence and 8 j Gastritis. Large canister. 2/6. F I N A NCE 's ''lc funt'a,ncn,a' 'ilctor 'n Jiwll llm MlW i'i commerce, industry ami agri- Mi J|||jj~ Whktmhr vou Ik primary j ^ U I / ]%': produce!', manufacturer, im- UJ . _ pi/ / wkA porter, ex...

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SPORTING COOTAMUNDRA TEAMS SELECTED For Next Sunday's Games with Tumut [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 7 August 1946

[?] COOTAMUNDRA TEAMS SELECTED For Next Sunday's Games with Tumut ? i Tlie Cootamundra first-grade tram to meet Tumut on Fisher Park on Sun- 1 day next were announced last night. I Cootamundra fans Will be pleased to' hear that Les Fisher, who retired after j being injured some weeks ago, is back, in the side. i The first-grade team is: D. Wall, R. Cohen, N. McDonnel, J. Crowe. W. Glanville, H. Thackeray, N. Lloyd, L. Fisher, J. Bell, G. Ball, G. ' Grelg. K. Glanville, S. McAlister. I The reserve team .will be finally j picked ;lrom the following: Mclnne'., Rees, Ryan, Mierc, Gehrig, Chamber lain, Nuttall, Fitzgerald, Gollidge, Taylor, , Badcock, r Brown, . Bridle, Wheatlc-y. Daldy. Cootamundra players will train on Fisher Park at 5.30 tomorrow after noon, and all' players are requested to be there.

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RURAL POWER PLAN [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 7 August 1946

Kt'IiAI, POWEK I'l.AX ElrrlrLity and water for rural arras are lau mallci- uhrh Ibis journal has iin-iuilly atlvw-atrd. ami it is plea% in? ti. ntti- tli.it tlie Stall- Covcrnmenl lias at ln'.i^ list ili'i'itlrd on a plan fur tile i-Tilfii -.i-m of ck.'llit-il} to farms. In li'aliii's tl»' annnutici'mrnt, tlie ? I'remirr. Mr. M-.Ki'll, ?aid tlie scheme Miuhl pro\i(lc i li'i'trii'it.v ta 24.11:11) farms anil irti.iuo t wintry people in the next ten year-.. at a cost of £6 million. The Slat:' (inviriinicut had deeiili'rt cn the iniir.nli.iU- introduction of the plan, said Mr. .MeKrll. The work would he doiie l»y Loral C.ovcrnmi'iil distri buting autljf.rili:^, who wi.tilil receive a generous subsidy from the Govern ment. The plan, lie atldeii, was prepared hy Uiq Electricity Authority of N.S.W., and was approved; by the Minister for Works and Local Government, Mr. Caliiil, to coordinate the development of electrical pciver, and to extend its use. , I The. Government would contribute J...

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MAHER CUP DRAW [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 7 August 1946

MAHER CUP DRAW August 10; Harden-MurruniburraU. August 17; Gibsonvale. August 24: Cootamundra. Aug. 31; Gundagai. September 7; West Wyaloiig.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 7 August 1946

PROFESSIONAL 1 & R. A. SPEIRS ./ Optometrists ' AUSTRAL CHAMBERS MI*. K. A. SPEIHS. I'.I.O. linn. (Syd.) CONSULTATION'S: Thursdays. 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. Fridays. U am to 3 p.m. Oft ice open Monday to Saturday fyr adjustments ami replacements. 'Phono. Can'.anuindra 185. Tor ap pointments. -a-- ^ 'Cootamundra Daily Herald' WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 7. 1U4I3.

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