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FORMER WAGRAGOBILLY MAN KILLED [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 13 August 1946

FORMER WAGRAGOBILLY MAN KILLED ,„Mr._ Albert Frost, son pf jtheJate^Mr. Fred Frost, of Wagragobilly, arid Mrs | Frost, of Waverley, was fatally in jured in a motor mishap. | Deceased was returning to his homo [ at Fairfield in a motor lorry, and he opened the cabin door of the truck to give the driver directions, when he lost his balance, and fell out under thn truck, the wheels passing over him. He died two hours later. The deceased leaves a widow and family. Mrs. Oscar Petty, of Gundagai. is a1 sister of the deceased.

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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MUSSOLINI'S BODY Found in Monastery [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 13 August 1946

MUSSOLINI'S BODY Found in Monastery MILAN. Tuesday:' Mussolini's )pody wa.s discovered in a trunk in Pavia Monastery, according to a police ar.-i nouni'cment. The body, which wis iii two rub I berhed sacks, was tound in a clip- 1 I b'.'ai;! in a ground finer ceil in 'he' in.n.aKtery. says Renter. Tl'.e trunk was hidden in St. Ails':',!) Monastery t;nti! Sunday morning, when the same pers'ins who took it there moved it to P.ivia Monastery,

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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VICTORY CUP MEETING Nominations Close Next Monday [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 13 August 1946

VICTORY CUP MEETING ? Nominations Close Next Monday Owners and trainers are iemlnded| that 4hev have only until next Monday | to nominate ior the cootamundra j Turf Club's Victory Cup meeting, 011, Wednesday. August 28. It will be the club's first meeting after a lapse of five years, and present indications are that it will be an out standing success. Cootamundra shops will close al 12.30 for the meeting.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 13 August 1946

'bruderlihsI DRAPERS ! SOME SrSiNG ! , M T £P.i ALS ARE ! I j MOW SHOWING j : I

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 13 August 1946

COMFORT S 161 Parker Bl. 'Phone: tM. MEN'S DANCING PUMPS ^ 21/ PMR

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 13 August 1946

iC ^ ' fii ^ j£ £ 4 / k ~~~^t IS ONLY fajM THE STORY/ , . . and, in many ways, perhaps the other half is the heller half! You'd look a long way before you found a better balanced food than Peters. It contains the milk vitamins to promote growth and health; minerals for sound bones and teeth; .and carbohydrates for abundant energy. Peters is an all-round faintly food as well as an all-weather favourite 1 TAKE HOME A PETERS BRICK FOR DESSERT! PelerS^J

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 13 August 1946

MEAGHER'S SPECIALISTS IN REFRIGERATION INVITE YOUR INSPECTION OF THE FOLLOWING MODELS ICEHASTER A Keroscnc-opcratcd model of continuous burning , absorption type, specially designed for the country used, with roomy in terior, three ice cube troys, and modern cabinet PRICED, £84 5 KELVIN ATOR A reliable Eloctrically-operalec? model of 4, 5, and 7 cubic fjc-f capacity. Modern streamline.' cabinct in white, beautifully finished. PRICED 4 Cubic Feet ? £91 X5. Cubi-^F^t^-^;£103/5/ p ?j.£ubic Fjeet j £122/ 2/6 V ?' ' ? - ? L. ?? jThisivery modern Refrigerator is ?of, 5J, cubic feet, capacity, fitted with every convenience, incltid- j ing fruit basket, large ice cube trays, enamel crisper, and more shelves. Finished in either full cream or eau-de-nil. Really . magnificent in appearance. PRICED - - ? £115/2/6 THE FAMOUS ' v''' ''' f^' 0 Gas operated, mode in two sizes, 4 and 5i cubic feet capacity. Guaranteed for five years. PRICED ? £77/5 £93 DEFENDER Made by International Harvester Compan...

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AN EMPTY CRADLE—AND WHY? [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 13 August 1946

AN EMPTY CRADLE —AND WHY ? (Contributed by the Health Dept.) Australia is eager for migrants. We have, a mighty continent with less than eight million people. We want the light type, the man or woman who win Become a gooa citizen, rsui we can't import finer material than our own babies. That is why the baby must be given every safeguard against disease. However, some homes ire not hai)i)v — the garden may be trim and neat because no youngsters play there. Husband and wile both want to have children. But that is out of the ques tion—unless tluy care to adopt a child. Statistics show that gonorrhoea, most common of vein real diseases, is respon sible for man.', of these half-empty homes. In this manner, V.D.'s shadow hangs like a .sturmcloud over the fut ure happiness of many couples. V.D. is well armed — an anti-social disease, for it attacks the whole com munity ruthies.;!'.' ana unurm-giy. a decline in our birthrate might, on paper, be olfset by migration. But why should we suffer ...

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NURSE CHARGED With Murder of Infant [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 13 August 1946

NURSE CHARGED With Murder of Infant SYIJNEY. Tuesday At a bedside court at Crown Street Women's Hos pital today Veronica Iris Gollan. 25 nurse, was remanded to Central Court nn a charge of having murdered it male mlant on August 9. She rat allowed bail in £500. I

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 13 August 1946

Guard against Influenza Woods' Great Peppermint Cure PEOPIE WJOMV® JL/faMg.

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AMENITIES FOR TROOPS IN JAPAN [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 13 August 1946

AMENITIES FOR TROOPS IN JAPAN SYDNEY, Tuesday: A social in vestigator is to be sent to Ja|-an to inquire into the amenities being pro vided for the Australian Occupation troops. This w is announced by the Minister for the Army (Mr. Fordce

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COOTAMUNDRA RAINFALL, 1898—1946 [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 13 August 1946

COOTAMUNDRA RAINFALL, 1898—1946 Tim following la llo: r:iinf:»tl mi ? 'imjIm in nnil i-a from 1S!I8: — Ytjar Jan. 1-Y-li. .Mar. Apr .M:i- ,i:n- i!y. Ann. .Spt. Oci Nov. Ueu. IVal 1S38 XI! IMS S2 :!1 ill, i.S.i I 1 71' l.j ^y.s 51 S7 1UI'7 lsiiii sa 111 ii'J r;ii (??: ^.v.i .j 22 iso? 1U0U 171 36 US!) SKI ill:. :;u.-, j ji; 2:1:1 iu is 5 170 2644 l'JIJl ISO 0 302 «SS 111 2.M IV 277 171 140 lo.*, 21 2306 l'J02 62 -3D . 2f.li lS 1S 101 ]|., - |4|(j 1903 lis 4 324 407 171 2 CO .;7 ;-|- 22' 53 lilli 24S4 19U4 304 202 . ,3 1)1 217 :;77 .,7 »u -jiii l-'S 1V( 20S0 1905 10S 43 27 42H 107 14.' 315 '7 yft 21?8 1906 10 ? 32 612 24S 311 323 I-s l' -1 jl5 i,S0 20U 224 3253 1907 145 0 55 170 Us ;lui i;.; 1 ,;s 122 l»fi 201 312 1S95 190S 113'' 151 21 I ' j' l'.'i! 7SI17 1 ij 1 ir:i; ;:s-i ijy Sf, 7X 1S32 lfloa 102 -32.; 312 2!.2 22- 431 1 m U3 21 :,S 2464 -910 409 0 230 77 li:: a-.'! z7:, lis .11- 214 Tl'.i 288B 1911 .188 339 l.M C 147. as --:s 4S 376 If 3!.r, 224 2917 1212 12 215 £2 !l 11 i,;:i ,s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 13 August 1946

1 OUTSTANDING/! 1 MORRIS OX'S' | | 65 Years Faithful Service | IW//////////////'/'/* * STOCKHOLM * WOOLMARKING jsii YOUR LOCAL STORE — — — — mmmm ?? ~ Confidently Recommending cerlnln I lint ill*' decision take it will followed I,) MitixfrU'tlon in the handling of tliif ??lip. , ... wiiicheoinb.'. Carwii|'.s skilful, thoroughly attfiitivc work as uplllnK brokers comliincd wilii tlii-ir1 lirsl rate ? ? for displaying tli« ? ghtcp's Btupk', act us a blroni; safeguard, for gruwurs,. , -?!??. ? i |i \ ' 1 :;i ; 1 write— ; ) . y ; Winchcombe,!. Carson' Ltd.! ? »?' ?? Winclininilic House; l{ri-lgc Street, S.vthiey, ? '- ? ' Bniiiflies: Yass., Forlies. (-r.iii'c. Ariniiial'. ItiMirlie. TO I.OCAI, AND 'CITY ADVERTISERS ' T ? (Established in 1 877 ? 1 Is the Only Newspaper in the 'Corrvng City' of^Gop^qrrjun dra — the largest town in the Stot«i Electorate of1 T^rnora.' It is the news anrl advertising medium for the*. surround- ing centres of Wallendbeen, Stockinbingal, Bethungra, and Muttama...

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CHURCH NOTICES CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 13 August 1946

CHURCH NOTICES CHURCTi OF ENGLAND Wedne.-day. Aum,:.t H. Ciirist Church, Holy Communion, 7 SO. Thursday. August 15. Card Party in aid of Tennis Club. 8. Friday. August 10. Choir Pni.n,.i'je j 7.15: Y.A. Meeting R. Sunday. August 13. 9th Sunday att'.ri Trinity. Christ Church, Holy Com- 1 munion. 8: Family Eucharist, 9.30: 1 Evensong. 7.30. Bethungra. Evensong 3. Rev. A. W. Harris, Rector. PRESBYTERIAN Monday, August 12, Inter-Church Men's Meeting, Parish Hall, 8. Wednesday. August 14, committee of Management, 7.30. ; Friday, August 16, Congregational Social. Sunday, August 18, Scots Church 11 and 7.30; Wallendbeen 3. Rev. Harold Perkins, B.A., Minister. METHODIST Wednesday. 7.30 p.m.: Christian En ieavour meeting. Friday, 7.30 p.m.: Meeting of Coota mundra Church Trustees. Sunday, lltli: 11 a.m., service con ducted by Mr. F. Playford; 7.30 p.m. service conducted by Rev. R. J. Cashln (Communion i. Sunday School, 2.20' I p.m.

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OVERSEAS NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 13 August 1946

OVERSEAS NEWS p.(1|M,, ? civs it! tilts newspaper i. -i in- Australian Associated ii ,.«s ,«.,iuce.s include in England The Daily Telegraph, Daily Mail. . ' . ir, -raid. Daily Express, Manchest I ' vidian, neuter's World Service.! V Minted P''ss Grcnt Britain. iNcliange Telegraph Agency; and : Anll !i(si. the New York Times, i ,:i!(1..Vrii,m-e. Associated Press, and j .%? ,irtli American Newspaper Alli Matter from the London ? I,.,,,. . does not express that new:-- i ,p,r: view unless so slated

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JINDALEE SHIRE [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 13 August 1946

MP sp ?. .Councillors A. Donaldson i president ). 1 Ci-Morrow, L. Bennett, G. Davidson, r! i Ward, F. J. Moore, C. Manwaring, and S/.DlUon attended the ordinary month IV meeUrvj vesterdnv. : , Cdiidolehce. ? j iJ'Al'nlotidn of 'condolence to the rela tives of the late Mr. R. Tieehurst, Mr . B. Green .lYannawah), J. .Loiterton (BowlUngl.laqd Ure yourig; son of Mr. ^and Mrsf. H; J.' Hofrman, oC Yannawah. ' and Mr. Craig. Commissioner for Main 1 Roads, 'was carried ln silence. j Thanks. ? A.lette'ij dfitllanks to Mr. Hi E.. street, ' who recently ? retired as UnderSecre tary for the. Local Government Depart- ! ment, is to be sent; also congratttla- ' tlons to his successor, Mr. Haviland. i uorrcnponaence. The Food for Britain Appeal Com- I mlttee,' acknowledging the receipt of! 40 gallons of rendered fat. and express- ? ing thanks for same. | The Police Department, in reference to' council's ' application for the re opening of the poilcc station at Wal lendbeen, said that the general q...

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TEMORA POLICE Investigating Attack On Girl [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 13 August 1946

ITEM0RA POLICE Investigating Attack On Girl Tcmora jyjli -e are investigating the alleged attack oil a 17-year-old girl wlii!' on her way hrimc nt night. ? She lives past the -;olf According tn renart.^ th- (iirl was followed by ?. ..iranue man alter leaving the shop 'where sii:' ?va' employed. Siis|),-ctiii', a tectirrence of the in cident. she t'.'lii her father and brother. !in*l tlte.v were on the lookout the next night. That iii'-iii!, when In the vicinity of II,., d.,.n at the golf links, it. is report ! ,,f| ,iK1i n:.' man enme out of the scrub I ami grappled with her, attempting to | ',lM ,vl i. a handkerchief. Her i s',v..Mr, attrai'lrd her father and ; who were (111 the look-out, and ' as the'.' UIJ 110 mrtdu ilia !i ?

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WOOL CONSUMPTION SPREADING Sharp Decease in Stocks [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 13 August 1946

WOOL CONSUMPTION SPREADING Sharp Dcccase in Stocks Winclicomhf. Carson Ltd. report: — j Arrangements made by some nations for the treatment of wool in other countries emph asesethidw ::S ET T countries emphasise the world's great need for textiles made from the sheep's staple. Swedish mills have sent sup plies of the raw material to Italy for spinning and weaving into suiting goods. . Sweden has not been able to turn out sufficient supplies to cope' with her.. requirements. From the wcol selling standpoint, these developments are satisfactory. They are putting machinery in action which would otherwise be idle and ex tra wool into consumption. Until mills in Italy. Germany. Japan, Poland, Aus tria, Czechoslovakia and other coun tries are all operating as they were be fore the war, the use of the sheep's staple cannot reach pre-war volume. Expansion in manufacturing has oc currcd in South America. India. Can ada and other countries, but it is not sufficient to offset the quantity con ...

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ATOMIC ENERGY For Missiles and Ships [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 13 August 1946

ATOMIC ENERGY For Missiles and Ships! NEW YORK. Tuesday: Tile United I States is planning to ur.e atomic, energy for guided mr.'iles and shipi propulsion. Vlce-Admira! Cochrane. Chief of the Ships Bureau, disclosed |

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OUT NEIGHBORS JUNEE [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 13 August 1946

01 NEIGHBORS JUNEE An engagement ring is being worn by Shirley Patricia, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Hughes, of 'Sum- I mcr Hill,' Junee Reef.s. who announces her engagement to Mr. Frank Fallon. youngest son of Mrs. G. N. Fallon, of Bindi, and the late Mr. F. Fallon. Shirley is at present doing a pharmacy course at Sydney University. | Mrs. Clark and Ivlr. Roy Hands were taken home from lic.spita! by the am- . bulauce. | Mrs. Brumby, of 3armedman. who was recently brought tu June.; lor ;,i! mission to hospital, was discharged and taken by the ambulance to Mr. ami Mrs. J. Harbrow's, of Old Junee. j Mr. Jim Cameron will be leaving Juice tills week, as lie ha.-; .secured em ployment at Tcmora, where he will re Mime his occupation as a plumber, in terrupted by military service. | Mr. W. T. Goldsworthy. son of Mrs. E. J. Goldsworthy. has been appointed as superintendent of all workshops in ' the Northern Territory, in romieciion ? with works and housing. i Back on their jobs wi...

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