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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 15 July 1946

^WNTRY NEV^in your DAILY Country Pages Day after day, in 'Tho Sydney Morning Herald', two extra pages are devoted to Country news, sport and features — making tho Herald, more than ever, the leading national newspaper ? for country^ . readers. Don't miss your local and other i country news. ' ORDER YOUR COPY NOW! NOTE: ? Ask your News agent to ;maVe ; sure you gej your 'Rorafd' ; E^VER/ DAy. E AS I ER . . . when you're fit Fitness follows a balanced diet and careful masti ' ~'v *''? Ml* ' V '*' «- cation. Arnott's Shredded fit fig, '? 1 ^ VVheatmcal Biscuits In-. vite slow mastication Mt'1 & ' while they supply a per '1111^ feet balance of nutrition J' s , ' and roughage. 1 SHREDDED WHEATMEAL BISCUITS There if no substitute, for i/unlity. .HOW TO ORDER 'THE COOTAMUNDRA DAILY HERALb' Please enrol me as a Subscriber. i enclose 0/, being my first quarter's subscription. NAME ? ? ? .. ADDRESS ? ? Cut out this cou lion and post to W. II. PINKSTONK St SON. Box 134, Cootauiimartt. ...

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 15 July 1946

SHOP WITH OUR ADVERTISERS AND mention what you saw ADVERTISED in this Newspaper. SW c°py f'r tI,c r'fcss shouia in | |.» Ink— NOT PENCIL. J

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OPENED TODAY DUPLICATED RAILWAY LINE TO JUNEE Largest Cutting in Australia Five Years Construction [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 15 July 1946

OPENED TOM! DUPLICATED RAILWAY LINE TO JUNEE Largest Cutting in Australia Five Years' Construction Till! spiral railway lnu and which took five years ti- .i.H.truct in the hills this skit- o: Ei-tU'in^ra vver-J opened for trafUc. ilii.i moi nil).;. The spiral is t:K- i.iny uai- nl its kind in Australia, tuxl i.- jjarailel in N.SAV. lail'.vay ciiyiiirt:- ^1:1^ histor.;. Mr. W. Donley, residen: cagir.eer. yuve tlotail.s (i[ the iTL'ii'.eiulru.s job. which at times emiiloyccl s.vrr 3ii0. One ccmm- is 94 iut t deep 'the cle''p ist in N .S.Vr'.). The only comparable euiliny ir. at Ifilltop, otiteide Mitta liOiiy. v.hieh hoc:; dnwn to UO. I'm- spiral h.ul to be hacked out; of .solid red ami Kiev Kianlte. iv.o of the three liaicic.t i::mv. i- .-umi-.s in Austra l.a. At limrs it icpie-sunl'-'d ti caeiier- otis wink lor the men. '1 he job Included two tunnels — o::° 110 yds. .0111; : t.he ether. 15 4. Xie«u:: c ol a vi'i y ;-A.i'.'..anl ;,lid pveinri(il!:i : «.;:i of ri.t k. t i . . ? c-iiit...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 15 July 1946

professional: I&R. A. SPEIRS Optometrists AUSTRAL CHAMBERS 31K. 1J. A. SPEWS. I'.I.O. Hon. (S.vd.) CONSULTATIONS: Thursdays. 'J p.m. to 5 p.m. Fridays. 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Office open Monday to Saturday for adjustments and replacements. 'Phone. Cootamundra 185, fcr ap pointments. MV. 'Cootamundra Daily Herald' MONDAY. JULY 15. l!)4ll

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FLYING BOMBS Russian Tests? [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 15 July 1946

.FLYING BOMBS Russian Tests ? LONDON, Monday: The Ktissi t i | :uc testing out flying bombs over th:. Alps. That Is the theory resiiltiv, from the sighting of a light objr llying at about 250 miles an iic over tliD Rhone Valley in Switzerland, .says the Geneva correspondent of the 'Daily Mail.' Similar objects recently crashed in Sweden.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 15 July 1946

COV1KS OF TIIE 'COOTAMUNDRA DAILY HERALD' MAY HE ORTAIN'EO FROM THE FOLLOWING AGENTS: l.'iicitamuiulra — H. Ekin. VVailcndoon Street. J. Mullins. Parker Street. Cosy Corner Cafe, No. 3. Parker SI F. Legge, Parker Street. Scrivener Bros., Wallendoon St. Stiii'ldubingal — S. J. II. Wllbers. IVallentlhccn— W. J. Palnw A. I). IJcvine Uclliuiisra— Frank Dillon. ? Reader: Are von a subscriber to tlie 'C'ootiHinindni Dally Herald'? Now is a good tiuu- oijoln.

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EGYPT Greek "Commons" Arrested [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 15 July 1946

EGYPT Greek 'Commos' Arrested I ALEXANDRIA. Monday: The ! Egyp'ian drive to combat Commnn:;;! t activity took a m.'w turn yesterday j with the arrest of i-ijdi; wealthy Al:'.\ | aiuirian Greeks, v.li--. according to ' Gieek Hoyalivts have been helping to .finance CJreek F. A.M. mav-ments and j th.' anti-i:o;,:ili.'.: cain^.ne.-i.

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GUNDAGAI MAN'S BROTHER A VICTIM OF SYDNEY THUGS Bashed in a Taxi and Left on Street [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 15 July 1946

GUNDAGAI MAN'S BROTHER A VICTIM OF SYDNEY THUGS Bashed in a Taxi and Left on Street A Gundagai man's brother was a victim of Sydney's vicious crime wave. Thugs bashed him at Rosebery, and. leaving him on the road, raced away in the taxi lie had been driving. The taxi driver was Mr. V. Etherington, brother of Mr. Harold Etherington, of Gundagai. The stolen car was recovered in Newtown. The iaxi driver. Vincent Ethering ton, 3, married, of Randwick, received severe wounds on the back of the head. Etherington said: 'I 'was driving my taxi in Chalmers street. r.eai'j Central Railway Station, about 11 p.m.. when two well-dressed men ask ed me to drive them to Rosebery. Both got into the back of the cab. When I reached swietacres factory one of the men said. 'Righto 1 This will do me.' I pulled up. As I was about to switch on the light to readi the meter. I received a severe blow on the head. I opened the door to get out in case another blow was com ing. As I gia.'-pid the door handle I r...

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BRITAIN'S BREAD RATIONING 315,000 Petition the King for its Repeal [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 15 July 1946

BRITAIN'S BREAD RATIONING ! 215,000 Petition the King for its. Repeal i l/;:-::;o:i. Monday: Two petitions tr. r.i . Ma.;.-:;ty the King, praying for' ' th: leji.al :-r the bread la'.ioning. .vere hj'idf.d io tlie Kcme Ofliee after a protest meiting in Trafalgar Stiuare. I Cne bi'i'j i!;5.C00 housewives' signa ; luves: i!v.- oihtr, 150.001).

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FAIRFIELD SHOOTING Son Charged [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 15 July 1946

FAIRFIELD SHOOTING Son Charged SYDNEY. Monday: A 14-year-old boy has been charged with shooting ' his father with intent to kill, follo-.v- j iiig the removal to hospital today nfl Eric William Salchcll, 42. of Carrinn-j ton street. Fairfield, who. police have b: en told, was shot in the groin utter i being allegedly involved in a domestic | (I'.mrrei. j Satehlel's dying dejxisitions were taken after his admission to Parr.i matta Hospital, but liis condition v.as' later reported to be satisfactory. i It is alleged that a quarrel occurred at about 7.30 a.m.. after Satchell was unable to find a tie pin. The police have been told that Satchell and his wile were engaged in a struggle, and tiia: Satchell was holding his wife! down on the bed when a shot was fired. I When tlv ixilicc reached the house, j Satchell was lying across the bea'l wounded. I Police took possession of a .22 calibre rifle, which had been taken from a rack on the iear verandah before the shooting occurred. The polic...

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MR. CHURCHILL Unite for a Revival! [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 15 July 1946

U2. CHURCHILL Unite for a Revival ! LOI-.'DON. Mond.iy : 'Without a strong France, there could be no re vival in Europe; and without a United World Organisation, tiin effoves . .werp.,siv5pon»t.,Kfe..lTk.ftitUW.y.' said Mr. Churchill, in a spaceli at Metz yes terday.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 15 July 1946

L AU NT I I'MARVSI j BAKING P@WEIiBI j { always ensures success, when used with any good plain i ! flour. Crusty, light scones, flaky pie-crust and pastry, i i even textured, light sponges end cookies are certain J j when you use AUNT MARY S BAKING POWDER. | J Famous for over 70 years! AVAILABLE EVERYWHERE, j — Free jnd Post Free! JAMES HARDIE & COY. PTY. LTD. YORK A BARRACK STS., SYDNEY (Box 3935V, G.P.O.) W JOHN 8EA&HSC0. PTY., LTD.. COOTAMUNDRA.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 15 July 1946

COMFORT S j *82 Parker St. 'Phone: livt FAMOUS KNIGHT SLIPPERS 13/11 PAIR. | ? i BHU'ERLISS drapers SPECIAL: maids; and | ; WOMEN'S SII/- AND WOOL | VESTS 2/5 I . Ho Coupons. [

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 15 July 1946

YOUR EXECUTOR A NO TRUSTEE The kindest thing grazier can do for hh ;',y Mor.y a grazier h*js tailed K farrvly becau'e ho gave insu-'c ent thought to tho monogsm'-r,: of his Estate after his death. The wise choice of your Eio'j'c and Trysteo is the kindest Iht-j thct you car. do fcr tho merrt'.- ' of your family. It is your r-' .''.' to protect th»m- — pefhops 39-2 -v: th»«fns^lves. If you follow the practice ?ciirs'-d by many shrewd end Sj-.v. ? .? mer. who hove ri cetuol Trustee C^moari/ ( L * ; ci , ? ? ' .-.r end Tfystco you : 'id benefit your ' ? * ..I1 ensure that your ? «;il be impartially ? « nenaged m your ? '''f/t*. The Com* ?spc-ction work »5 hands. r-'- *:? 'J copy of the * - ? Eiecutor and ' ? t»es the service ? ? ? u. rvj'-f* and whot bb n n bd !?: t vm* vr b-: ^OBHgDjaSDV SJ«saSo«l B853bj--*i* .Si.. SyaSnaoy rSUST AND *GENC/ FUNDS UNDER ADvUNISMAt.ON EXCEED £44,000,000 (The a«e*aqe £j;a?-» fc^rp.^ lev, ♦Jit-p UQ.00Q) ? S^uiherc nnci R-«erJ.?3 D-itr:' D. A Ccvidci. G.'«...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 15 July 1946

pains^^R better N0W' ^*-1* Many that but for De| WlU's j i slit still be tied to tun, k y joint pains, almost nfraid to move. 1JIM- De Witt's Pills ve caved f,olu thAt' Thcy havc fmiml the bl'.'sst'd relief that so often comes l» tlioif who turn to this trusted fa:i:ilv mcdic:i:i«-. yon tins should know tliat when aches , ,r,»i iii the joints are due to faulty -V* sIitfK'x!1 kidneys, De Witt's, pills are a '-ost '-'-'-'ctlve medicine. ri-tv ;irl' si'-''''* prepared to act I'Tt'lly ':l ' De Witt's Pills I' l'u io rfispt'se cloggcd-up poisons in I . vi' t! ot ffans, which arc toned up to full activity. ..„nr chemist for a bottle to-day . T (Wil t be content with a little relief ... |)L Will's Pills long enough to get I . , possible benefit. DgWitt's^Pills .. 'uufkat'he. Rheumatism, Joint Pains, ' ! ? ? anil Lumbago. From chemists '.jV.le' I:«l'' rs everywhere, 3,'- nnd 5.9.

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TURF RIBBON DEAD [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 15 July 1946

TURF IM15BON DEAD Injured in a aaining gallop at j Oral to, i on Saturday, well-known per- 1 former Ribbon died early yesterday i morning. I Ribbon swerved to miss a car, look j charge of her jockey, and impaled her sDlf on a flag stick. | A four ?-year-old by Talking from Advance Australia. Ribbon wa.s being | trained by N. Dew.sbur.v for D. R.| Marks. She has not wan a race for Dews bury in Sydney, but won four for hei former trainer. Harry Darwon. includ ing the A.J.C Adrian Knox Stakes.

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STATE LOTTERY First to Surry Hills [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 15 July 1946

STATE LOTTERY First to Surry Hills SYDNEY. Monday: State Lottery No. 1359 was drawn today. First prize was Won by No. 441811. 'Raleigh's Tack' syndicate. A. Hamil ton. care David Jones, Marlborough street, Surry Hills.; Sccond. N0..742&.. . 'Forty^.Thieves' syndicate. Geo. Burnell, 23 Unwin's Bridge road, St. Peters. Third. No. 37093, 'Souvenir' syndi cate. H. McKay. Burwood road. Con cord. Fourth, No. 85705. 'Last Try' syn dicate. J. Wellping, D. Cleve, and II. Holm, Box 232. Lismore. 10 TRI7.ES AT £100 5083 10002 22565 51402 53284 58898 G7150 09043 C03G9 89207 10 1'IIIZES AT £50 1740 1024 11440 16629 1G989 30075 43321 03470 7581 1 82542 10 PRIZES AT £10 1078 11624 14370 17579 21597 53395 50750 77453 92453 08320 in pri/.ks at 6443 8013 44932 45102 48900 53930 59930 67271 34143 90204 15 I'RIXKS AT £20 2913 10072 23503 34508 35789 43861 50011 50111 50542 53228 60285 00552 li-1826 75255 07597 Lottery No. 1K?I will be drawn on Wednesday lie:-::.

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FOOTBALL COOTAMUNDRA v. JUNEE. [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 15 July 1946

FOOTBALL COOTAMUNDRA v. JUNEE. ('By Lock') C'ootamumlra journeyed to .luiice | yesterday, and were trounced to the | tunc of 24-tl. In (lie first half they | were outclassed in all departments of the game; in the second, they at least played good 'ball in patches. Bell won the toss for Cootamundra, and decided to run upfleld for the first half. From the commencement j Junee attacked, and were awarded a j penalty. Edwards kicked, but was un successful. Junee scored first — and. incidentally, last — with a beautiful try. Twenty-flve yards from Cootamundra's line. Gautry collected' the leather, passed infield lo . Edwards, to McGuire, wiio threw to I five-eighth Costello. the ball then tra- | veiling light along the back line to i Wilson, who beat Bryant and Gehrig to score in the corner. Edwards miss ed the kick.— Junee 3. Cootamundra nil. Uald.v was securing a feaM of the ball lor Cootamundra. but the backs j lacked the speed lo capitalise. Junee scored again when Gaudry I picked up ...

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TWO DEATHS May Have Been Feud [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 15 July 1946

TWO DEATHS May Have Been Gang Feud MELBOURNE. Monday: The fact] that William Shcrgold. 2a. and Ernest! Frederick Dew. 31) whose bodies wei.^j found in the Barwon river. Gcc:oi.g.| yesterday, were member:; of GecUmy,':- ! underworld is leading police to explore tlie theory tha: both deaths may have been caused by a gang feud.

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OTHER GROUP NINE RESULTS [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 15 July 1946

OTHER GROUP NINE RESULTS Results of matches played yesterday in the Gi'oup Nino competition w.'iv : Harden-Murruinburrah defeated j Blnalong. 10-5. Gundagai defeated Tumut, 11-8. I Young defeated Boorowa, 52-2. | Barmcdmnn defeated Malice Plains,' 28-2. j West Wyalong defeated Gibsonvale, 17-3. | Temora. who had a bye, defeated Ariah Park by ID points to 3, j

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