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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 5 July 1946

PROFESSIONAL J. & R. A. SPEIKR. Optometrists It. A. SPE1RS, F.I.O., Hons.-, Sydney j Consultations: Thursdays 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. Fridays 9 a.m. to: 3 p.m. Of fice open every day for adjustments and appointments. Phone, Coo'amuncra 185 lor ap pointment. Office In Austral Cham bers. open Monday to Friday, 9 to 5: Saturday, 9 to 12 for adjustments and replacements. VeV V.,-- } ao ^Sr\iV^V i 'Cootamundra Daily Herald' FRIDAY. JULY 5. 1946.

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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QUEENSLAND'S PLIGHT The Strike and Stock Losses [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 5 July 1946

QUEENSLAND'S j PL1UHT ! The Strike and Stock Losses BRISBANE. Friday: It is feared t'r.at huge s'.otl: losses are inevitable breai!1:? of the Queensland Railway j Department's i::abil:;/. ov.ing to tlw ccal shortage, to carry Kvkler to starving stoel: in drought areas. j Further drastic power :.nd traffic j cuts were announced yesterday but. these can hardly alfect tl;e position, as few pcopla have- anywhere to go,; and little power is required. | L-.lt is . cstims-tecl that Queensland -Js.j j 180,000 hsad of- cattle behind its: I .slaughtering programme for the ex- 1 ! pert- season. This has meant a loss | of over £2.000.000 to producers. |

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A NEW REPUBLIC First Philippine President Sworn In [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 5 July 1946

A NEW REPUBLIC First Philippine President Sworn In MANTI .'. Friday: Rosas, after M,: ing tlv .1.- first Pre. Went at .in new Repab;:-. ot '-he Philippines. :i! a Mjr-e.'h that a new * .'a had co.n '-1 tlv ori 'iit. The C.S President 'Mr Truma-.i'. in n broadcast 'o the Philippines. ' .ini ;h ? L'r.iti d f.atcs v.o'.iU! a.-sist tli Philippine- i.i eveiv way ??A;th:-ui:h our fMina! cMiipiu! is - .-jived. compters faith and 1:..'.. t.. :.i-,er be dissolved. Our '' ni'-': closely bound vo vears.' he said. t;- Artht.r. who was pr» , -: was sworn in. -sud: ' A : ?' ' bun: a nation ui»-i . ,.:i .oppressed ]-ooplcs 'o'.trnlRt; Jaith. 'J-jr ??? : -^'fj your magnili;e:i: i : ..uyieidlng inspiration Let history recoixl '.if.ms a new might cf : ' ? '-..--.n.-hip b'-f.veen t'.vo N.'- ?.hereby demonstrate :: - : - ?-'!-- of the East and ' ? ?'??? .i ' .r.n:o:i cau.v.'.'

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OVERSEAS NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 5 July 1946

OVERSEAS NEWS Overseas news in this newspaper is supplied by Australian Associated Press. Souiee.- include ill England The Times. Daily Telegraph. Daily Mail. Daily Herald. Daily Express. Manchest er Guardian. Renter's World Service., Associated Press of Great Britain,' and Exchange Telegraph Agency; and; in America, the New York Times. i j Herald-Tribune, Associated Press, and. tile North American Newspaper Alii-! j an.ee. Matter from the London: Times does not express that news paper's view unless so slated. |

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 5 July 1946

BRUDERLINS: DRAPERS LADIES' WOOLLEN SOCKETS ; 2/5 pair, no coupons t I

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 5 July 1946

COMFORT S i *62 Parker St. 'Phone: tM. FOR 'WATEP.HEN' j WORK BOOTS 27/6 pair

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 5 July 1946

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 5 July 1946

? ??BBBBBBBaHHdigBgiiBI MEAGHER'S OFFER YOU 8 SUPER SPECIALS! Table of LADIES' SHOES, as sorted siscs and slylcs. To clear at 12/ pair. Ladies WEDGE HEEL SHOES, in Brown, Black, Clue. Must go at 21 / pair. Table of Ladies' BLACK GLACE SHOES, a!l sizes, at 19/11 pair. j MEN'S PULLOVERS in Khaki and Navy Blue, all sizes. Ex- 1 collent value at 7/6 each. ' WATERPROOF RAIN CAPES, ' full size, at 7/6 each. FLANNELETTE, Dlirv, extra; good quality. Reduccd from 1 2/3 yard to 1/9 yard and zj coupons- | FLANNELETTE^ 36in. in'' alii wanted shades. - To clear at j 2/9 yard and 2? coupons. NURSER^T SQUARES,.' 2-Sin. x 1 26iH.' heavyweight. ? Priced at1 '' 34/6 clozen. ' | JOHN MEAGHER & CO., PT.Y., LTD. IBaflBBBIIBIBBBBBJHB«l!l , GOULBURN WOOL AUCTIONS I - The j first, GOULBURN : WOOL SALE, under the modified Auction Scheme, will be licit! early in the ccminy Season— the exact date will be ad vertised later. THE QUALITY OP THE WOOL OFFERED at GOULBURN will assure a REPRESENTATIVE ATTEND...

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TENNIS TOMORROWS COMPETITION [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 5 July 1946

TENNIS . I ? ® ? TOMORROW'S COMPETITION Members of the Catholic Club are asked not to forget the mixed Amerl- j can tournament for next Sunday, | commencing at 1.30. I , Catholic Club team to play Town1 No. 2. on Catholic Courts: N. Lloyd, I R. O'Brien, J. McLean. J. O'Malley,] Mrs. Patterson, Mrs. Cullcn. | Competition matches set down for this week-end: Hurricans v. Wirra- j ways; Catholic Club v. Town No. 2; | Country Club No. 1 v. Country Ci'ub No. 2; ' Muttama v. Presbyterians; j Spitfires v. Town No. 1. ?

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GUARANTEED FLOOR PRICE For Export of Lambs [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 5 July 1946

GUARANTEED FLOOR PRICE | For Export of Lambs , Our Federal member. Mr. Arthur, Fuller, sought information in Parllu-j mem Inst week from the Minister -i r j Commerce and Agriculture as to j whether the Government had mad? a j decision regarding the purchase ol sur plus carcases ol meat, suitable for ex port. from the market by meat coiurol after 1st July. Stressing the ap proach ol the season for the marketing of export lambs. Mr. Fuller asked the Minister to indicate, if tlie decision had been mad', the period for which the arrangement will op'ra:e. and any other relevant factors for the e.uidunce of producers. Mr. Scully replied that the Govern ment had decided, on the rc ominen Uation of the Meat Industry Commis sion. to continue to purchase all sur plus cascase meat which complies with j United Kingdom specifications, at I price.s related to ceilings from the 1st ] July until the 1st October, when the j new export prices are expscted to ?' it erate. Mr. Scully added that the Go ...

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BIG TENNIS Geoff Brown's Meteoric Rise Won Every One of His 41 Sets Played [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 5 July 1946

BIG TENNIS Geoff Brown's Meteoric Rise Won Every One of His 41 Sets Played LONDON. Friday: The youngest \ Australian ever to contest the final or the men's singles at Wimbledon. 21- 1 year-old Geoff Brown, has a second to( none chance to continue his meteoric rise by carrying off the coveted Wim- ' blcdon crown for his first major title. t In reaching the finals of the men's singles and doubles and the semi final of the mixed doubles. Brown thus far has won every one of 41 sets played. | In the doubles semi-final Brown and Palls also, reached the .semi-finals of the mixed doubles, but Palls was beaten in the quarter-finals of the mixed doubles.

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BROWN COAL Use of the Substitute [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 5 July 1946

BROWN COAL i Use of the Substitute j MELBOURNE. Friday: The com mittee appointed to investigate the' greater use of brown cool in induv.rv will start work immediate!:.-. Hie mier said. Firms which had converted their Eurnaces to meet ail emergency mi.-,; ;:s the present had shown the possi bilities of conversion. mid had V'. 1 abb to carry 011 their industry with out any dislocation.

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THE OPEN GOLF CHAMPIONSHIP 38 Players With 155 [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 5 July 1946

? ? I THE OPEN GOLF | CHAMPIONSHIP ! 38 Players With 155 I LONDON. Friday: The Australian Normau von Nida. fell back in the Open Golf Championship when he re turned a card of 76 in the se:o-id round, to make his total 146. Henry Cotton- now.- leads the field with 140, followed by Sam Snead, 141. Dai Rees turned in the record su ire cf 67 to get into third place, with 142 There ' are 38 players with scores of 155 and - better who will contest the final two rounds. . . I

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FOOTBALL [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 5 July 1946

FOOTBALL | ? t First grade team to- play at Tumut oh Sunday: ? | Wail, Crowe. Thackeray. McDonnell, Gehrig, Rogers. Lloyd. Bell. Ball. Greig. Muirocney, Broughton. Glan ville. Reserve-sr \V. Glanville, F. Ryan. The bus will leave Cootamundra at 10 shaii). ? . . I

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SPORTING GREYHOUND RACING NINE RACES TOMORROW [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 5 July 1946

sispi GREYHOUND RACING NINE RACES TOMORROW For the Cootamundra Coursing Ciub's meeting on Fisher Park tomor moi row afternoon, there Is a pro- 1 gramme of nine races, the first of which will start at 2.45. The following the the nominations and selections; , Novice Stoke. 7th grade. 500 yards; j Wiima's Best, Sweet Comet. Tune's j Gift. Clare's Hope. Junior. Duke C'oiii-j rade. Muriel Minda. Alice Rocca-i bright. CLARE'S HOPE 1. S. COMET 2 Novice Stake. Gtli grade. 2nd lieat; Stick Around. Swifty Lvn. Robert Chief. The Keg. Keen Miiula. Rocky Vale. Lassie Macleav. Pat's Last. SWIFTY LYN 1. S. AROUND 2 Novice Stake, r.th grade. 1st heat: Ikey Isaacs. Kirk Hells. Atlanta Maid. Sentinel Rose. Dashing Dell, Ken tucky Jean. Ruin Ridge. KIRK BELLS 1. RUIN RIDGE 2 Novice Stake, nth grade: Handsome Ruse. Pilar minda's Hojie. Bright Pat. Helnios, Yhonnie Tips. Phar Son. BRIGHT PAT 1. PHAR SON 2 Maiden Stake. 1st heat. 500 yards: F.-rty Smackers. Flying Matilda, Cole Melody Duchess, Lonesome M...

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DETECTIVES INVESTIGATE WOMAN'S DEATH [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 5 July 1946

DETECTIVES INVESTIGATE WOMAN'S DEATH SYDNEY. Friday: Detectives aruj investigating the death. In Sydney j Hospital 011 Wednesday niiiht. ol Mrs. Gertrude Hellman. 54. j A post-mortem examination will be conducted today by the Government Medical Officer, as traces of arsenic were found in Mrs. Bellman's linger nails and hair. Il will not be known until the post mortem is conclude'! whether Mrs. Hellman had been poL'oned.

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RANDWICK WEIGHTS FOR SATURDAY And Post Positions Selections by "Tigar" [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 5 July 1946

RANDWICK WEIGHTS FOR SATURDAY And Post Positions Selections by 'Tigar' . The following are the weights and post positions for tomorrow's Rand wick meeting: JULY JUVENILE.— 6 Furlongs and 13 Yard At 1 p.m. Photlnia (12) 9 0 Clair de Lune Noveinoer (8) 7 10 (G) 8 5 Fleeting Lady Eva (1) 8 3 Glimpse Beautiful (10) 7 9 ?7) 8 3 Veneer (14) 7 9 Glorify (11.) 8 1 Krasnoi (15) 7 7 Lady Game . Gay Fly (13i 7 4 (3) 8 0 Moni Koura Godai'a HO) 3 0 (21 7 0 Foolfox (5) 8 0 Rayolite (9) 7 0 Tact (4) 7 12 NOVEMBER or PHOTINIA THREE-YEAR-OLD ENCOURAGE.— 1 S Miles and 19 Yards At 1.35 p.m. Edinburgh Gay Style (3) 7 8 (9) 9 0 Tyche (5) 7 6 Mt. Howitt Brazen (2) 8 12 Hero (1) 7 -4 New Cash- Excellency mere il8) 8 10 (16) 7 4 War Loan (6) 8 5 King Spa Skymaster (15) 7 4 ? 191 3 4 Mount Hope Gold Medal- (11) 7 2 list (4) 8 1 Dark Ko- j Thrums 1 14) 3 1 mance (13) 7 2 Franjcan Tregazza (12) 7 13 (10) 7 2 St. Buzz (7) 7 11 Kiloobec | Monsoon 1 8) 7 10 (20) 7 0, Midlandcr (17- 7 9 THRUMS or WAR LOAN JULY NU...

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3/ A DAY SUGGESTED FOR P.O.W. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 5 July 1946

3/ A DAY SUGGESTED FOR P.O.W. CANBERRA, Friday: Payment tc all re'.-urned war prisoners of 3/ a day subsistence for the period of their im prisonment was urged by Mr. Tum bril (C.P.. Vic.), in the House of Rep resentaiives yesterday. Mr. Fordo said lie would have the question examined.

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FLEMINGTON SATURDAY'S ACCEPTORS 11 Left in Grand National Hurdle Selections by "Tigar" [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 5 July 1946

REMINGTON SATURDAY'S ACCEPTORS 1 1 Left in Grand National Hurdle Selections by 'Tigor' I Tlie following are the acceptors for the V.R.C. meeting at Flemlngton to morrow: KEII.OU HURDLE RACE.— 2 Miles At 1.30 p.m. ? Securities The Feline (13) 108 (1) 9.10 Buzliarlne .Qulamong's 1 17) 10. G Gift (4) 9.8 Camouflage Colebrook (3) 9.8 (2i ' 10.6 Salvo (7) 9.6 David Star Ration -9- 9.2 (16) 9.12 Volt -!2i 9.2 Illumination Wonder Son (3) 9.12 -5) 9.2 Patio 1 10) 9.12 Black Felt King Jolly -14l 9.0 illi 0.1C Penman (G) 9.0 Wassail 1 15) 9 10 CAMOUFLAGE or SECURITIES MYROSS HANDICAP.— B Furlongs At 2.5 p.m. Revinacli (14) 8.8 Chief Com- 'i Sea Monarch mnnd (8) 7.6 (7) 3.6 Johnnie's Joy Pam's Dream '22) 7.G (12) 8.5 Blue Stock Allied Power ing (11) 7.4 (10) 8.4 Chippendale King's Law (17) 7.4 (15) 7.13 Floreau (21) 7.3 Parody -0) 7.13 Great Ad -16) 7 3 Tommy Tuck- Lord Maine or 113) 7.12 (2) 7.3 Blue Scout 'Despatch (23) 7.10 Rider H9) 7.2 Rare6ne 13) 7.1C:Greettard (4) '7.2 Wild .Life Miss L...

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39 AMERICANS Face Smuggling Charges [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 5 July 1946

39 AMERICANS Face Smuggling Charges SYDNEY, Friday: Thirty-nine Am erican ssamen today were charged with smuggling, in the Special Fede ral Court. Mr. J. C. Braiind. for the crown, said the extent of smuggling was sub stantial, approximately 25,000 cigar ettes being involved. The first charge was against Albert Kong, who pleaded guilty to two breaches of the Customs Act. Norman Vilex. inquiry officer, at tached to the Special Investigation Staff, said that while lie was 011 patrol duty alongside the Monterey on Tues day ho saw Kong leave the ship. 'I took Kong to the Customs Office. Ho had a number of packages of cigar ettes in Vu:- sock*. There were also a number of packages of cigarettes around his knee., in two socks. Cig arettes wore also found inside his shirt. There wen' 1180 of them.' Mr. Brauud ?-?''id that, in addition in the ciga;('i:i... fountain pons, shoes, and uyl'iu ^u'tings were involved. M»'.'.i .'Vinson. S.M., said he wr.uld like to li.'.ir tl'.e evidence on the ot...

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