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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 10 July 1946

21-B4TI0NS am FULL AGREEMENT ON PROCEDURE 25-Year Plan for Germany PARIS, Wndresdin ; Tin* Forciipv Ministers, after a feu minor amend ments, rcaclud full agreement on the proposed rules »:f procedure fur llic 21 nations' nuifrrrrice. After clearing nj- all phases cif Use draft treaties uitli t!;c live farmer enemy sati'HUr nations, the Big Four hepan di^ussinn of tin* Ger man problem. ICi'iiUr siiys .icnrdirif; to nnc (lrlrgatr to tile t onfpriMirr, Mol»l--v made a trem^ndou'* 'onslauclil' against thr I'liittd States 25-ytur plan fur (/Yrnuny. Mr. Ilyraes k reported to have re plied to Mt'Iotnv's attack with an equally stroni; rrliuital. According to In nt »i sources, the Frrcijjn iMinKteis believe that Hi'* Trace Conferenri* will last at lea.i six weeks, and lh;it they have re quested the I'nUed Nations Organi sation to postpone (lit; mrelint; -i the (iencral ^sscmblv to Scot *r 'RELIEF SUPPLIES' ? ' WASTED' ! I Appeal at Shanghai SHANGHAI. Wednesday : Two' hundred and fifty of -1...

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 10 July 1946

It—* ' ? ? ? — — — - COMFORT S& tBZ Parker St. 'Phone; 504. I LADIES' i FELT SLIPPERS ' 3/11 PAIR ; [ ? i usi ? ; — — — ?' BRU9ERLINS DRAPERS FOR ALL j YOIJR WOOL NEEDS j

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 10 July 1946

jd % || NO OTHER CYCLE W0*kM- r KAS THE SPEEDWELL F, 0-i % % CALIPER TRUED FRAME ? ^'s Perfectly Balanced ^ for Easier Running ' ?/ou 9eta GREAT DEAL' . .. ? ? ? lifkevb you cjet' a . . . .. . .. . COOTAMUNDRA AGENT RAY CROWE x PARKER STREET The frade^ value of yo^^^r^depen^^ state of the engine— and fhaf depends on oil. To-day's best oil for your car is war-tested Atlantic Motor Oil. With H* outstandingly High Viscosity Index* ... its rare capacity to resist thinning out when hot, Atlantic automatically gives each part its full quota of full-bodied oil continuously ... the engine stays sweet . . . trade-in value stays up. Try Atlantic next refill. ? Undtt the unlversally-acccpted Viicoi'-t,' Ind* * Toil, Atlantic i'lc*! niavmum rn'ttanco to thinning out under heat. It is thcaors raltd oi o ttiqh YitcoiHy Inde* OH, IV^j?-V/WG; Do not confuse Viscoiity Index, wh'ch rtfirs to tru» ouC.« 'ty of o-K with S.A.B. rating, S.A.E. numbert diifingyiih grade* nrly, 7 no iflotion to quoHty what...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 10 July 1946

COPIES OK THE j 'COOTAMUNDRA | DAILY HERALD' j MAY 1(1'. OBTAINED FIIOM THE | FOLLOWING AGENTS: j L'uiitunuimlrn — | II. Kr'.in. Wallendoon Street. I J. Mullin.s. Parker Slrcet. i Cosy Corner Cafe. No. 3. Parker St j F. Legge. Parker Street. ! Scrivener Bros., Wallendoon St. | I Stoekiiiblncal— j S. J. II. Wilberg. Walfenilbei'ii — W. J. I'alnw A. D. Devinc lletliungra — Prank Dillon. ADVKKTISEKS are intently request I ed to lodge tlieir 'copy' curly (before ' 1 o'clock on tlii? day preceding jjubli calion, when 11 jis cimvi'iiienl to do m1 I :§:? the Fireside jjjjjj MgTIi \r(. will aoin- 10 spend your ,u'iiiin:» between the ,i„.iiMii''l :»1'1 lll,! ,!re' or 'rc ? j.,.. in «liiv put ill your '.I,.,.,, ,.,i .-luiirV W'll- tl'is beiiuly |,|,i-ulilil.' fircpluee. m.ii «l:i- I''1, 'l,cn 1'1C -l«-orj iic-iili' ll»' lirl' — 'here's woml ,,n tin- -tn-ir. ii'ke or coal In piill'init ''»»? r J.i'ij'iJt ?»-* iueh that Maionite ? /or general nerJi ' tn,,cb from time to t t'„ ' uiih stucbitt, c...

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 10 July 1946

SMALL ADVTS.— Wanted. Found Lost, To-Let, For Sale, etc.— are Go per line per issue (6 words to a line), with a minimum charge of '/G. WANTED, Cottage. Flat, or Rooms, accomodate two. Apply this ofrice. WANTED. Temporary Domestic Help to start Thursday. Apply this office. WANTED, Furnished Flat. Apply Fuller and Williams, Parker Street, Cootamundra. LIMITED quantity of Electric Bed Warmers now procurable at RAY CROWE'S. Phone 423. BATTEUY-charger installed at busi ness premises, also plenty of fresh dry and wet batteries' at RA.Y CROWE S Cycle Shop, Parker Street. ALARM GLOCKS, Vacuum Cleaner: now available at BRUCE SMALI PTY.. LTD. CALL ' and inspect our range oi Children's Safety seats, simple to fil to the bicycle, and easy to remove, at RAY CROWE'S. Phone 423. FOR SALE, 5-Valve Vibrator Radio suit country residence. £12 10. Appij this office. COUNTRY clients are invited to call and hear our Five-valve Stromberg Carlson Battery Broadcast Sets nt your local agent's, RAY CROWE'S. P...

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 10 July 1946

fKOFESSION^L j. A K. A. SrtCiKN. Optometrist* R. A. SPEIRS. F.I.O., Hons., Sydney ?ooiisultntlonst Thursaays 2 p.m. «- j 5 p.m. Fridays 0 a.m. to 3 p.m. Ot 11c.: open every uav for adjustments and appointments Phone, Ccio'Hinm.ora 185 for ap pointment. Office Iri Austral Cham bers, open Monday to Friday, 9 to 5; Saturday. 9 to 12 for adjustments and replacements. 1 'Cootamundro Daily Herald' WEDNESDAY. JULY 10. 104;*,.

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TOOLS OF TRADE [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 10 July 1946

TOOLS OF TRADE British lav; still will not allow a Vnsn to be (li'pr.verl of the' tools of trade or the 'ji,1,;;, : i k i ? : : t bv means ol ?Which lie makes .1 living. Distraint lor debt cannot lie i.;!kcn beyond the boundary line of ppi.-oiial need, and the law thus recognises the essential ;personal possession represented by ?tools of trade. Good work, however, cannot be ensured merely by that sort of protection. A tradesman mii3t lliave in his kit. tools of the right kind for tlie work to be done; they must be kept in good order and the efficiently. Money is a tool of trade for every body. It enabjes the most complicated exchanges . to be carried ' out. It changes the efTort of a tradesman Into the housing, clothes, food, edu cation and amusement required for himself and his family and, when goods, and services are Vivailable. money' docs this job smoo'thly and with the least fuss or effort. But, like any other tools, pound notes or pennies must be used efficiently. Also, they,...

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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SAVAGE ATTACK BY DOG Girl's Arm Laceraled [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 10 July 1946

SAVAGE ATTACK BY DOG Girl's Arm Lacerated Margot '| v.-omey. aged I;, daugh:'.'! -?[ Mr. and Mr:-. Dan Twomev. T-t:mi'. was walking Ir.m her home to the butter factory, where her i.'.t;'.' N employed, win.-;, she was set upon bv an Alsatian type 'f dog. which sprang it ii'-r and knocked her to .h gro'inti. Other children :n the vieinuy to re*c.i' tin- victim, but tail''!. M. ? Carr, a neighbor, hearing 'lie me- : t:i' . ????Rt to the girl's aiJ. : I -: i.' 1' .. o!f with o stick. M ' : ?' . h d to doctor'.-. :?! ? 1; ' ? '? -; to hospital, sulfer :.i~ .. .t.ai a badly-lr.reraicd ?'is. ' -itches had to be in is. .vU m the arm where T;; a.- : reported to ill' P' ?? - ? ' '?- 'i 'g later des*ra:.-'l. I'ri:.'.-! i-o aiU.lied by William I':- . ..»? of 157 Wallendoon ?'! »' ?!???!:. dra. at ''Hie Caota .. I!- ... Printer;.'. 10G Wal ? ? ? ? ? ri.oiiimutidra

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 10 July 1946

'\ \ \ \ \ 'A \ \ ^ \ ^ stops ^ w ' ser»o°WEET-BlX for biooHost lo mo«ow! Abundantly rich in heat \ producing eatbohydiotos on fortified with odded VITAMIN Bl— WEET-BIX offers you all th« nourishing goodness of whol. ye0'1' ° Jv *n !ixC'0seconTl W200a-1}53

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 10 July 1946

SID CHAMBERS OF THE ANNOUNCES THAT HE HAS JUST INSTALLED ' ANEW ENGLISH lltA BORIC BAR REBORING AND SLEEVIKG WORK CAN NOW BE CARRIED OUT IN A MATTER OF DAYS AS AGAINST WEEKS. THE MOCERN GARAGE N.R.M.A. Representative Wallendoon and Sutton Streets 'PHONE: 2.14

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 10 July 1946

SATURDAY NEXT, JULY 13, Commencing at 1.30 p.m. PA AND HA ClIP GIRLS v BOYS AND 'VICKY VERKY' ! FOOTBALL FROLIC ! FOOTBALL FROLIC ! A at: tain -raiser between a sclv-o; b ?. jje galle; a goal kicking c jiupi tition between grad; itam:: 1/ .print, relay race, loot ball ma!- !? 01. motor cycles; an apple and numerous other attraction.-. Don't miss out: be in h' f:;:: Admission: Adults, 1 6; Childr.:u -;-: :i, aiu of War. Memorial. Fund Spor..-. Queen Candidature.

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STATE LOTTERY [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 10 July 1946

STATE LOTTERY SYDNEY. Wednesday: State Lot tery No. 1357 was drawn today. First prize was won by No. 97479 'P. A.'' syndicate. Mrs. L. V. Proctor. 3! Culdcer's road. Enfield. . Second. No. G1172, '0-12' syndicate, Miss J. H. Chapman, 203 Mowbray road, Chatswood. . Third, No. G6823',1t\icky Three' syn dicate. Mrs. M. McCrcedy, 'Pheasant Ford,' Wildes Meadow. Fourth. No. 12814. 'L. R. Spttander. care L. F. Trains. 4th Floor. Margaret House. '2ij2 George street, Sydney. 10 PHIZES AT £100 2UG7 I9B33 ?.:!t!I2 41922 01247 04325 07273 70599 72801 H2387 10 PHIZES AT £50 0005 10391 2(1195 32231 40771 51717 G3-130 83134 83830 OT3G1 10 PHIZES AT £40 3503 9887 23805 24245 2717G 34052 4G231 77827 872DG 90574 10 IMil/.KS AT £30 2(iG9 3G73 :JB72 10938 29G07 30239 41817 -VJ908 57759 90929 15 I'ltl/.KS AT. £20 195G8 20911 -1'42 24451 25G59 4412G 4835(1 oOli'19 524S8 59080 G14-18 (-9!)0!i M-'Gl 8G703 95435 .Lottery No. Kfc'rfS will be drawn on Friday next.

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WHAT'S ON? (As Advertised in This Issue.) [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 10 July 1946

Wat'sonI (As Advertised in Thta Issue.) Sat.. .July 13: Football Frolic on Fisher Park. Sat.. July '.'J: Benefii social and Euchre paity in aid of Mr. H. Bar lot. in Town Hall, at 8.

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RAILWAYS AND COAL [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 10 July 1946

RAILWAYS AND COAL SYDNEY. Wednesday: While lie! declined to comment on the threat by! the A.n.U. that rallwaymen might re fuse to handle coal tru.-ks for other than essential industrUs in order to ensure mole coal for the railways, tile Coal Commissioner. Mr. Williams, '.ltd today that the railways were getting n j fair share ot the coal available. Mr. William*} also declared that the policy of -robbing Peter to pay Paul' in legard to coal distribution was the only posr.ibb policy :I a breakdown in some industries was t-- be averted. For many months they had be-n taking coal from consumers who had some reserves, and giving it to others less fortunate, he said. In the cir cumstance.-;. the only alternative was industrial chaos.

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CHURCH NOTICES CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 10 July 1946

CHURCH NOTICES f.'HURCIi OF ENGLAND Thursday. J.ily 11. 8 p.m.. C.t.c I\my 111 aid oi Tennis club. Friday. July 12. 7 15 p.m.. Ci.o:: Practice. Sunday. July 14. 4th Sunday ai'ci Trinity. Chris; church f- a.m.. ii'.u.: Eucharist; 7.30 p.m.. Evensong. V.'a! lendbeen, 11 a 10.. Communion: Stoci: inbiugal. 3 p.m.. Evensong. Kev. A W Harris. Rector. PRDSBYTERIAN' Friday. Clio.;- prac! !??'-?. !: Sunday. Sco:- Ciunui II. Mr. C. I. Rail; 7 30 ii. v II p..i icni.s; Biau!;.; 11. Beth'.ingra ,'i Rev Harold Piri:.:i MKTKOWST Thursday. ll;h Jul?: C.'iit (lit Quar terly meeting 1:1 ilu- cootamui-dra Church, a: H. Friday, ltltit Jo'v. Citotr Prac'K-'. at 7.30. Sunday. M'.h July. C-.T.i.nn'.uid-.M church anniversary: Vi-T.is.a preacher the Rev. E. \V. Hyde, chairman of the Synod. 11 a.m. subject: 'What is the Church?'; 7.30 p.m. subjee' . 'The Odds go to the Christian' Da dauman: Service at 3 p.m. conducted by Rev. E. W. Hyde. Rev. R. J. Casliin. Minister.

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UNION MEMBERS Compulsory Lists [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 10 July 1946

UNION MEMBERS Compulsory Lists | CANBERRA, Wednesday: It i- not the Federal Government's function to compel industrial unions to maintain up-to-date-lists -of iiriam'jers. and-, theit. addresses, but it is a matter for the Arbitration Court, the Prime Minister (Mr. Chifley) .said yesterday. He was commenting oil the failure j of the Queensland Government to 1 cure a ballot of Queensland m-it | workers bccause of obsolete member ship files. Mr. Chifley said he could not at present indicate whether the Amend- 1 Ing Arbitration Bill now being con sidered by the Government would in clude such a measure

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 10 July 1946

RETURN THANKS j MR\ A. DEIRK desires to sincerely thank the Matron, Sisters, and Nurses of the District Hospital, and Doctors, for their kind attention to him durin3 liLs recent illness.

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PETROL TO BE RUSHED TO COUNTRY DEPOTS Rationing to End on September 30 [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 10 July 1946

PETROL TO BE RUSHED ! TO COUNTRY DEPOTS Rationing to End on September 30 When petrol rationing end; on September 30 special trains will be used to rush petrol to country depots, the State superintendent of the Aus tralian Motorists' Petrol Companv. Mr. G. R. Thompson, states. He said that his company and taken over 10 of 11 R.A.A.F. fuel .ilor:rg'.' de- ' ixit.s in New South Wales. j Each depot was capable of holding ? one and a half million gallons ol pet-' rol. The depots Included those at Tamworth, Wagga. Dubbo. Cootaniun-j dra. and Grafton. I Belore the A.M.P. Company offered | to purchase the depots, tin- Govern- 1 mem had intended to scrap them all. Mr. Thompson said All the tanks are underground, and the co-.i »-! upkeep would have been very great. The big gest problem now facing the petrol companies, he said, was the shoi Uge of more than 300.UIW petrol drum; neces sary to transport fuel to the tarmers. Tills acute shortage had been caused by the coal strike, which had paral...

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U.N.R.R.A. RELIEF FOR CHINA Stopped by Director-General [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 10 July 1946

U.N.R.R.A. RELIEF FOR CHINA Stopped by Director General WASHINGTON. Wednesday: Be cause of China's ? inability to trans port goods inland.' the Director General of U.N.R.R.A.. I.a Guardia announced that he stopped the .ship ment of all relief goods to China ex cept vital focds. His action means the stoppage of a major portion of the entire U.N.R.R.A. programme tor China, amounting to about GOO million dollars,' according to a Chinese Na tional Relief and Rehabilitation Ad ministration representative.

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CANADA Stocks Fall Heavily [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 10 July 1946

CANADA Stocks Fall Heavily ! TORONTO. Wednesday: Stocks tumbled all along the line aft'r ihe shock of the currency adjustment'; and cuts of 10 per cent, on returns for ex ported commodities. There were g'.'iit - nil declines or 10 to 20 per cent., .old rclling was heavy. Newsprint and gold Issues were the heaviest losers.

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