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WORLD'S AIR SPEED RECORD Two Pilots to Make Attempt [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 14 August 1946

WORLD'S AIR SPEED RECORD Two Pilots to Make Attempt I LONDON. Wednesday: The! Chief of t!ic Fighter Command, James Rcbb. decided that only two pilots Willi fly meteor* tor attempts to step up: the world's air speed record at Tans;-! mere. | One will lie Group Captain E. \I.[ Donaldson, -.vim commands a high speed flight, am! will make the firs', attempt. He is to select, a secend pilot from tiie Canadians. Squadron I.eader W. A Waterson and flight Lieu:. F. .V, Tlie Commander-in-Chief's decision was believed made in order to reduce the ilem.nt o[ com|«lition wliioli might induce pilots to take unjustni abie risk.;.

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 14 August 1946

SID CHAMBERS OF THE , J Modern Garage ANNOUNCES THAT HE HAS 4fJ$T INSTALLED , ANEW ENGLISH BUMA BORING BAR REBORING AND SLEEVING WORK CAN NOW BE CARRIED OUT IN A MATTER OF DAYS AS AGAINST WEEKS. THEM ODERN GAR A^G E N.R.M.A. Representative .. Wallendoori and Sutton Streets ; ? 'PHONE: 214 TO LOCAL AND CITY ADVERTISERS XOOTAMUNDRA DAILY HERALD' (Established in 1877 ' Is the. Only 'Newspaper' in the','Coming City' ofCdotamun dra — ;thei largest town in the State Electorate! of :T&m6rOi' -' is ,t^e' news .and ad/erMsing 'mecli'tirn for the surround* ing centre's of Wqliendbeen, Stockiribrngal/ ' Be^huiSgrdi1 dhd Muttumd, a^l within a] radiUs of 'l 2'ttf 1 5 rrtileis, 'nHd'circulafbs over a wide rang'e of rich' cou'n try' between 1 CobVdmUndWT'Bny ,thet surrounding towns of Murrumburrah- Harden (25 miles ? away), Guncjagai (37), Junee 136) Temora 134) ; -qnd Youngi (32) j-n':- 'u nr'i i:i.' , . , Cootamf j.ridra* is a) mos f 'the 1 half'-}!va\r 'fail'c^ntre1 'befwSelhl ?i^dney '...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 14 August 1946

BRUDERLINS! drapers - ! HOPSAX L NEN i J 2'i! YARD ; .MD 21 COUPONS i ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 14 August 1946

COMFORT K ! Ml Parker 8t 'Phone: ItH. SPECIALISES t IN MATRONS' ' SHOES

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AFRICA'S STRIKE TROUBLES Six Killed in Stampede [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 14 August 1946

AFRICA'S STRIKE TROUBLES Six Killed in Stamped-; JOHANNESBURG. W.Xlr.. -i!,iv: Six natlveirnine workers were rruMicti ;o death In a stamps:!- at subiiigei mine when police fired 0:1 isna Rind mine strikers who attacked the inuiv:y returning to work under police esii/rt The attackers la'er Mirrend.v-xl their arms, and returned to t;,c Deputies. The Chamber ul Mine;; re ported that between 45 u:iu ;n;d so out) mine workers nrc still striking.

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INDIA Interim Govt.? [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 14 August 1946

India; Interim Govt. ? I NEW DELHI, Wednesday: -riv. , President of the Congress Par:v '? Pandit Nehru, ient a letisr to' tlie Moslem leader. Dr. Jinnnh. .???ce'.t-ne -.h: co-operation of ths Moslem Wstue in the formation of an Interim ajwrn mcnt. .

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OVERSEAS NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 14 August 1946

'OVERSEAS NEWS Overseas news in this newspaper k supplied by Australian Assoeiatrd Press. Sources include in England The Times, Dally Telegraph, Daily Mail, Daily Herald. Daily Express, Manchest er Guardian. Renter's World Service, 1 Associated Press of Great Britain,] and Exchange Telegraph Agcrtcy; and: in America, tlie New York Times. Herald-Tribune. Associated Press, and the North American Newspaper Alli ance. Matter from the London Times does not express. Hint news paper's view unless mj' stilted

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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CANTERBURY SATURDAY'S FIELDS [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 14 August 1946

CANTERBURY SATURDAY'S FIELDS SYDNEY. Wendesday: The follow ing acceptors were declared today for the canterbury meeting on Saturday: BEVERLY HILLS THREEYEAR OLD HANDICAP.— 9 Furlongs (Colts and Geldings) ' At 1 p.m. Royal Spirit t2) ? 8 7 Locrian (G) ? 7 13 Jest (8) ? 7 7 Hallwyn (1) .. .. .'. .. .. 7 5 Conviviality (7) ? 7 4 Tale Teller (4) ? ? 7 1 Bell Rock (3) ? '..70 Gay Leader (10) ? 7 0 Merrie England (11) ? 7 0 Chins Up (5) ? 7 0 Beau Felt (9) ? 7 0 BEVERLY HILLS THREEYEAR OLD HANDICAP.— 7! Furlongs (Fillies.) Weights Raised 4ibs. At 1.35 p.m. Duotetra (8) ? 8 7 (Ulth On -9t ? 8 0 Helencourt (4) .. .. .. .. 7 10 Ethel' Clare (5) ? 7 8 Fresco Belle (6) ? 7 7 Undine (2i ? 7 7 Gay Fly (3) ? 7.0 Edna's Choice (7) ? 7 4 Marconi Lass (1) ? 7 4 | ENFIELD MAIDEN HANDICAP.— D Furlongs At 2.10 p.m. Man at Arms il2- ? ? 8 4 Ruawalla (3) ? 8 5 Royal Duke -8- ? 8 5 The Lancer (10) ? 8 5 Excellency (13) ? 8 4 Soultare (7) ? 8 4 Regal Step (20) ? 8 4 Buratle (17) ? 8 4 Vellero (5) ? 8 4 Che...

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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MAN BADLY BURNED Explosion in Pocket [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 14 August 1946

MAN BADLY BURNED Explosion in Pocket PERTH. Wednesday: Thomas HU gins, of Believite. was severely burned when a packet of hydro-peroxide ex ploded in his trousers packet while was driving his car through Bays water last night. His four-year-old son, who was with him', was also burn «!. Higgins bought the powder to treat tennis racquet- strings, and was warn ed it would explode if it got wei When the explosion occurred Ilig^ins stopped the car, and ture off hir trouser leg, wliich was in flnmes.

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TIMBER BANKS UP ON COAST [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 14 August 1946

TIMBER BANKS ; ( , j UP ON COAST j COFP'S HARBOR, Wwinosdny : 1 More than two million Mipor feet or' sawn timber. 011 order tor tlie eon- i struction of homes in tlie metropolitan ; area, awaits transfer to Sydney !rom! the Clarence-Dorrigo-Coft's Harlru j timber district. I Much-needed capital is tied up in. the countless stacks of siuvn timber '- throughout the area, and the risk of! loss by btishfire is growing dnilj. For every week of delay in ;.h.p ment there is a further accumulation of 500.000 feet, excluding piles, pol-.-s. and hewn timber. I At cofi's Harbor alone 4000 tons of j piles and poles await shipment to j New Zealand and 1500 tons to Mel bourne.

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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CONCRETE BLOCK PLAN To Solve Housing Problem [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 14 August 1946

CONCRETE BLOCK 1 PLAN To Solve Housing i Problem i From the 'Sydney Sun.'- A refugee arc-'.iiiert am! civil en gineer has adapted a concrete build ing block, usi-il extensively ill Europe, to Australian Ionising conditions. He is Mr. G. Spie'man, who was for 35 years building :-.nincillor of Vienna His technique is being exploited by a new Australian capitalised company Cinco. Ltd. The block is made by a machine which has been used in America, but which has been altered by Mr. Spiel man to provide '? impression and oscil lation. Tlie m.ic'iir.e. --;- ?rated by one man lias »n tin: put ?'!' '-'- ° blocks a day, .qjuil to lil.ii'in (?!:--' bricks, it is claim ed. Tlie fii'M machine is ready to gc into pi-cduciion. 11 more iiav been ordeird lrcm Australian manu fae'u: rs. (1- '-ViUord, executive of Cinco. It U pi'P '-- d- t:- sell the machines to inasu-r builder.-, whose manufactur ing li-ht; will l'' Plotted by the grmr.iiis cr a fpeeial franchise. 1 . i : 1 1 rNacle* (MiiHWii.v itite...

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FARMERS AND SETTLERS Paint Grim Picture of Drought [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 14 August 1946

FARMERS AND SETTLERS Paint Grim Picture of j Drought SYDNEY, Wednesday: Parmer;: who have been attending the Farmers and Settlers' Conference in Sydney ;oday painted a grim picture of the havoc caused, and likely to te caused, by ti:e drought now ravaging largo areas of N.S.W. They estimate that already half r million sheep have been wiped out in central and far west of N.S.W., and cattle losses are running into thous ands weekly. According to Mr. C. M. Blake, of Dunedoo, unless adequate rainfall is soon received, the main burden of meeting Sydney's food requirements will have to be borne by the Souih Coast fanners, as meat and grain sup plies from the inland must drop .sub stantially.

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MORE BURGLARIES IN WAGGA [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 14 August 1946

? I MORE BURGLARIES IN WAGGA 1 More attempted burglaries have ou t-lined in Waggu following the week end robberies. On Monday night the lock-up shov of L. Rudov. 144 Bay lis street, was en tered. The back door of the shop was lounci opened apparently by a jemmy, and the lights cut ott ut the main switch. However, after having a look around, the burglars evidently found nothing to attract them, and let : without taking anything. An unsuccessful attempt was alsc made to force a way into the bar of the Exchange Hotel. Baylis street Damage was done to some of the woodwork, but other precautions whi: h had been taken by the licensee, Mr. F. D. Slocuin, to protect his property proved too much for the would-be After , doing some superficial dam age, and leaving a number of foot prints, they decamped.

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BIG SURPLUS OF MEAT Black Marketing "Inevitable" [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 14 August 1946

BIG SURPLUS OF MEAT Black Marketing 'Inevitable' Restoration to the public of ilu1 12' j pci- cent, cut in the meat ration made in May. 1945, during a period of short - ago. w-uld end the current black mar ket. said the secretary of ll'.-' Master Butchers' Association. Mr. T. A. Her bert. vesterdav. lie was commenting on the intensi fied drive proposed by the Rationing Commission against master butcher who supply meat without coupons. Mr. irerbert said there was a lar;,: ni^ai surplus at present. Wholesalers could not allow meat rcj.eled for cxp:-rt to be destroyed; ai.d, because of the present ratiJi' scnle, their only solution was to iend it to the black market. The months of September, Oetol:-'-' end November were the peak of production. Continuance of res'. ra- tions during this time of plenty difficult to understand. Printed and published by Willi:!'1 Henry Pinkstonc. of 157 Wallei d',l,i: I street, Cootatnundia, at 'The C''1 mttndrit Herald' Printeiy, MO lend''' street, cootam...

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RUMANIA'S CASE Before Peace Conference [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 14 August 1946

RUMANIA'S CASE Before Peace Conference PARIS. Wednesday: The Rumanian dt.L':;au\ M. Tatarcscu. ranged iiim self behind the flussian objection to the Western Pow-rs' proposal lor a itumaniiin Peace Treaty when he stat ed thnt country's case l.etore the con ference. M. Tatarcseti said that ituwias claim for seventy-live million sterling reparations was moderate, but lie op posed the Western Allies' economic demand:;, including expropriation of Rimiinn credits owed to Germany. He askocl that Rumania herslf get repara tions from Germany and Hungary. M. Tatarescu agreed to territorial clauses in the Rumania Treaty, where by Rumania renounces claims to Besa rabia and Southern Dorruja, but has Northern Translyvania restored to her. He regretted the absence in the treaty1 of the confirmation of Rumania's sta tus as a co-belligerent, and protested against the restriction of armed forccs. Hie delegate asked that the Assemb ly permit Rumania to retain arms with which .she fought beside the Uni...

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COOTAMUNDRA TEAM TO MEET TEMORA [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 14 August 1946

COOTAMUNDRA TEAM TO MEET TEMORA The cootamundra team to meet Te mora on Sunday next was selected last night, and is: F. Ryan, W. Glanville, J. Crowe, n. McDonnel, R. Cohen, H Thackeray, N. Lloyd, L. Fisher, J. Bell, G. Ball, G. Grcig, K. Glanville, S. Mc Alister. D. Wall is being spelled because of an injured arm. The Cuotamumlra team will train on Fisher Park tomorrow afternoon, at 5,30. j Playing with Temora against Junee on Sunday, Johnny Michael, formerly | of Cootamundra, was sent ? off ilia field. 4junee won the game ll-nil. I

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MANHUNT OVER Hope Gives Himself Up [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 14 August 1946

MANHUNT OVER I Hope Gives Himself Up SYDNEY. Wednesday: Keith George Hope, also known as 'Beckett.' 23. wiio was wanted for questioning in connection with the murder of Detective Alvmn at Matravill2 on Sunday, walked into the scone police station at 11.45 last night, and i{a;e himself up. Tlie dragnet for Hope covered three States, and pressure tightened in tlie Scone area yesterady when it was reportectK that a man answering Hope's ;^$spription . had bookod.-ilR-at Well dressed, alert, and unarmed Hope told - the police: 'I heard you were inquiring about me, so I thought. I had better give myself up.' Hope entered the police station with a farmer, Clarence James Cantwell, on whose farm he had been working.

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ASSOCIATES' GOLF NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 14 August 1946

. ASSOCIATES' GOLF NOTES , | Coolac members, and associates have arranged to, pay a , return' visit to Cootamundra on Sunday next, and the following associates will represent th: locals: ' Mesdames Hulford, Dryer Markham, Moran. Murphy, Sexton, Dr. Brown, Misses Hardwick, Reardon and Sutton. Emergencies: Mesaames Rawson, Smith, Williams, and Dunk ley. It is regretted that some associate.' who are playing on lower handicaps are not included, but. the selectors have tried to equalise .teams as much as possible. Players are asked to be ready to start from 13th tee at 1.30 i p.m. promptly. I Will playing members and associates kindly bring a basket for afternoon j tea, and the secretary (Mrs. Sexton) would be pleased to hear from some non-playing associates who would be willing to prepare same. Should any associate, be unable to play, please ring the handicapper i phone 127), as soon as possible, so that a substitute may be selected. Tlie return teams, captain v. sec retary match, origi...

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STATE LOTTERY [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 14 August 1946

STATE LOTTERY i SYDNEY, Wednesday: eiate lottery No. 1372 was drawn today. First prize was won bv No. 87525 I 'M. and J' syndicate. J. Dominy. 7 Walter s.reet. Bondi Junction. | Second. No. 27850, 'Sugar for Toy': syndicate. John Fitzer. G.P.O.. Sydney. Third. No. 7883, 1 J W. Reynolds, i Wallace street, BUrwoc.d. j fourth. No. 2491jl. M. Scott. cave People's Palace', Cijy. i 10 TRIZjES AT £IUIt :i!i'll 9C35 17080 -IL'807 4G4K3 -34-133 68444 73627 83495 90044 10 PRIZES AT £50 13092 18911 21209 3U359 47702 5830G 73200 82375 U2398 94001 10 PRIZES AT i ll) 77M 25629 31324 47U01 50210 54383 CG156 80694 98791 98823 io ruiKES at £::n 25945 27346 5li(9 05545 08008 73986 7704G 77843 79983 90248 15 PRIZES AT £20 4793 7894 lll'-IG 21513 2419,1 25577 30147 35!j36 69045 70210 73043 31467 83008 9537-' 97013 Lottery No. 1373; will be drawl: on Friday. '

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TUMUT CONCENTRATING ON CUP [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 14 August 1946

TUMUT CONCENTRATING i ON CUP While the Tumut Rugby League is hopeful that It can hold the Mahcr Cup to the end of the season, and at the same time win- the Group cham pionship, the famous cup will be given preference. This was made clear by Tumut coach. J. Duncan, who said that the strongest side would be fielded on Saturday to meet Gibsonvale's chal lenge. Tumut has been beaten several times in the Group competition since it captured the Maher Cup from Cow ra, and now has to play off with Junee and Gundagai for the zone premiership. | Junee plays Gundagai at cootamun-j dra on Sunday, and the winner will, meet Tumut the following week-end! in the zone final. | It is interesting to note that the, Tumut team for Saturday is almost identical with the side which playrd for 'the Mahcr Cup In 1938 and 1939, and consists entirely of men from the district. Now that Cowra has lost the Maher Cup for the season, is out of the Weis sel cup challenge and has also lost its chance in the Group 9 c...

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