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ENROLMENT FOR ELECTIONS [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 17 July 1946

ENROLMENT FOR ELECTIONS Ex-members of the Defence Forces who have attained the age of 21 years., should at once furnish a claim card for enrolment to ensure inclusion in the supplementary roll to be printed before the Federal election. Discharg ed members of the Forces, of course. Vike other citizens, must be 21 years of age before they qualify as electors, ltd vises Mr. W. H. Snowdon, Assistanl Returning Officer, Wagga Subdivision.

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
17 KILLED; 150 INJURED In Persian Clash [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 17 July 1946

17 KILLED; 150 INJURED In Persian Chs!i TEHRAN. W'jcl!if-:-(i;iy: The KM'.Lsh Embassy communique ;i:in :un;ij ih.it 17 were killed :\v.;\ lso in.i'.r.til iii a . clash between Arabs and \hc I. M Wing Tudeh Party as a :?. ..nit o[ a general strike in the An-ilo-irunian Oil Comonny ulaiits in s/miwrn p...-. sin. The clash betian 0:1 Ku:.;i iy ^ven'iiG after the lyncliin^ :,f an Arab m.r cliant. Teheran Ra-li - a:i'.:uu::.!-;| talit I'.v: strike ended tit n.rjn vcsi'.iday.

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MARKET REPORT [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 17 July 1946

MAKKF.T UKI'ORT Tho omniry Producers Soiling Co. Ltd.. I'.-por's tin? following sales at Homebnsh Market on lf- 7 45: Sheep.— There were 33.232 yarded, from a li.iti:iu of 3:U«5. Tho general nuaiitv i-l the yardina was very fair and provided a useful selection of prac tically all siadi-s wuii a few more shorn sheep than v.m available last day. The market opened to strong com petition and improu'd as sales pro gressed until values wne generally 1 to 1 -i above last day's rates. There was a good deal of irregularity in !i'' market, some sales .showing nn ever. liiratcr'rise and others much wi-aker. This tone prevailed throughout tlie j da.v. Lambs. — Prime lambs were in very strong demand, with values about 1 dearer. Even the plainer grades shar ed in the rise. Our sales included: C. A. Rva'.v Stoc!:inbinual. wethers 30 10. rwi\s 3(1 10. ; Cattle.— 2i:o yarded, included 39« j sold in the store .section. The general j quality of the yarding was fair, al- 1 though prime vealers were in ...

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FREE FIGHT In Italian House [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 17 July 1946

FREE FIGHT In Italian House ROME. WfclMfirLiv: A free fl;*ht between Exlrcmi- 1.: ft Wine «v-n! RlKlH Wins Dc|)!itivs (iccnrrcil ycst-:r-! day aftrrtiRuu 111 tin: constituent Av ? snmbly. ' I r^TT-Viil -, '» nrfl »,r't,-c*lii,» T.nft. Will' Ocpntii.s left tlicir bciiche:,. nnd 3'!!i- vcrgwl on liic 'rumnion man' Rial ' Wing Puny member*. \vh:n one of '?'?-? latter made utunsiv.- n-icrrnrrs ' ; Itnly's political emigres, why rcluii, rd after Italy's cl.ieat under th; !?(-? ol foreign aim.s.

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOCAL & GENERAL MANCHESTER UNITY ODDFELLOWS [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 17 July 1946

LOCAL & GENERAL MANCHESTER UNITY ODDFELLOWS At the regular meeting of Loyal j Excelsior Ledge , held on 12th hist.,1 the following officers were installed: N.G.. Sister Betty Price; V.G.. Sister Nola Butt: I.P.N.G.. Sister W. Cooper, , ? Ti,.^ p .1 Forsvth: Guar rllan. Bio. F. J. Casssidy: E. Secretary, Bvo. J. G. Forsyth: Conductors. Bro. Eric W. Butt and Sister M: Price. | The sponsors were Bros. Geo. Wil liams. W. Palmer. K. L. Conquest, R. Rinkin. and Sisters G. M. Budge and S. Williams. T!ie otn.-rs wcri' installed by Bro.. J. A. Fowler. I P.D.G.M.. who was as-j sl::ted by District Secretary. Bro. H. G., Bvulse. Visitors wore present from Tenwra. Tiir.iblons. and Wallcndbcen. Alter closure of tho lodge supper was fi-rvetl by thn .sisters of the lodge.

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SOVIET WANTED KEY WITNESS [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 17 July 1946

SOVIET WANTED KEY WITNESS OTTAWA. Wednesday: The Swim 1 Embassy asksd the^ Canadian atttliori ties to hand over to them, fo:- .|i portalion. lyor Gouzenko. lonu^r Cm bnssy cipher clerk and key witness m thn f.sninnni'L' invcsllcatian. This was revealed in a reti:.rl of th; Royal Commission on Espion age. The soviet Embassy had previously alleged that GouzfMiko liad stolen Em bassy fund.1;. Actually. Gouzeiibj removed ccrtniu documents from the Kmbassy whicl) proved the kry t-- !i:t L.-pionayi' in vesti^ution. When Oonzc.iku diri nut return to the Embassy tine; mt'mbH's -ii tin1 Russian st.ifi v:.-,i;'i! (;:juzenk;i. t,u'. did not find hi::i i/raiw lit- was hid ing in an ii-.ij ?11.:;: a.-ii::ni'iu. Neiu!.h:ir.- rail. ii t!:- pHU-c. Cul- l-:-:|i:i-:il!.- ''..- r.raoa.ssv twicr wiiin.ut .iv.ul. r.-iii.c.i' .: tnal Cioiiz cu:::i \;i jur -ii:'. .i.

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MAYOR'S HOME ROBBED Burglars Disturbed [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 17 July 1946

MAYOR'S HOME ROBBED Burglars Disturbed While the Mayor of Cootamundva (Aid. D-es. Stratton) was presiding at the welcome home dinner to ex Servicemen in the Town Hall . last night, burglars were ransacking his home opposite the mill. The Mayor went to tho wclcomfi home dinner just before 6 o'clock, and returned just after eight, and was sur prised to see the ]iuuse lights on, in cluding the one on the front verandah. The Mayor believes that the noi.ve cf his car disturbed the burglars, and that they went out the back way us }i« went in the front. The house had been prcpsrly ran sacked. Missing articles include a mantle v.'ireless set, a suitcase, an electric clock, men's clothing, and a cheque book. The Mayoress iMrs. Stratum) is away in Sydney, and the Mayor ii-is been 'batching.' , Mill employees noticed thai the house lights were on at 7.45. The' cootannmdra police arc in vestigating. Bega is to have a new £90.000 hos pital. 'Mr. Bcalc, M.L.A., said* that this amount for the new ...

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TWENTY ARRESTED Over Removal of Mussolini's Body [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 17 July 1946

TWENTY ARRESTED Ovor Removal of Mussolini's Body !/..'?.; K \V.:l:'.'.st'.ay: Twenty \wr ? : ? v, 'ii' iirrrsii! in FKiivncv yestur 11 ( 1 in 11 ilir,appc:ir ] 1 1 111 i) \ 1 m the Mi 1 1 m \ 1 1 t M i\ I \i 1 1 s tn t tin* c stated to hi Imit id pu 1 11111 in '.he ihef- ci' the biicly. saying they only in— ik (111,11 Ub. 11 i niTe honor til 1 -\\

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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THE ROAD RISKS IN COOTAMUNDRA [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 17 July 1946

?I HE KOAD RISKS IN lOOTAML'NDKA This journal ventured to sugersl. Mime lime back, that our Muuiripai fi.iiiuil make what would lie hill a very small expenditure— the painting on the asphalt streets of a warning lo pL'Uestria!!*. m »am »' wir uism - If they wiiulil thus face the oncoming traffic inslrad «f walking, mi the left, with lluir barks towards it, lh-:y would not run so much risk. If they walk on roads instead of on paths, cir have to do so for lack of paths, why not abide by tlie traffic miss? \V:»- does so, anyway : Parents and chil dren alike — with few exceptions do not seem lo either think or care when walking on streets or roads. They leave it to the cyclists or the ear drivers- to be . the .ones to be careful!' It is not fair to tlie:cyelists and drivers. Why wait to get 'hurt for being :il fault, instead of starting — say, tomor row — to- correct the fault? Car drivers them.selves,..who. DO learn the rules of the road, and worry a lot because pedestrians on the road...

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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CHICAGO KIDNAPPING Student Identified [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 17 July 1946

CHICAGO KIDFAPPING Student Identified t !P\tO Wclnesrlu rheSuz-l 1 1 ic D (,lnl1 kuln ippin ntl murder I case advanced another st \gc yester day, when th;- State Attorney. Mr. Wii'iiam Tiiohey. anr.ouncetl that a soldier' witness had klontiticd Willi:i.:n vsisily sturlcnt. as tht; ma:i he s:i\vj carrying a paper bag near the IDuyn:. 1 ' hen-,.' shtrtly alter the kidnojiping i.i| January last. | Earlier t'ae 'Chicago Tribune' '?.?'- ' ported that Heirens had confessed, j'.n I 1 his was officially denied. I Mr. Touhoy said thnt the soldier saw , Heirens at about 1 a.m. I Police had sMd that the yirl was' 1 1 taken from ihj home about mid n'Bht. A janitor v.Ut identified Heirens as u youlh seen around the buiUiius. The F.B.I. I'Uiiiirmcd the finding of Heirens' {ingi'i'iifints. Mr. Tuohey .'-aiii later that, lie wo;ud ask the Gr.ir.cl Jtirv to return mmnVr ir.d.'ctments ayains'. Heirens in iim Degnan and ar.otiier caie.

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 17 July 1946

YOU want for ^^^^|3 STOMACH UPSETS De Witt's Antacid Powder is so quick acting that.nne d»»v is usually enough to relieve an'iup'set stomach. ; ? Firstly, it nrutrnlisus dicess : tjiistric acidity. This relieves 'jhc 'pain .-irid, dis tress you feel after eatimi. '?' ? Then, it soothes ,ind stttlcs the slom.ich.' Consequently your next nival clori not mean further trouble. Finally, it protects the inflamed stomrsrli lining and thus helps Mollicr Nature. I lie greatest of all healers, to nut tilings right. So, if a sour, upset stomach « putting you off food, it's time you ynt De Witt's Antacid Powder (rom your chemist. ANTACID POWDER |f| For Indigestion, Acid Stomach, i-'^yf Heartburn, Fbtulcnce and ??£:-:.$?? Gastritis. Large canister. 2/6. »-«!_&' Printed and published .-by '? 'William Henry Plnkstone, of l57!;WalleiKlooii| street, Cootanmndra, at 'The ciorjta- 1 mundra Herald' Printery, !UU Wal lend''' street. Cnotammdrn ISAItY: Sli ? Mi ? v, -.i-i»!: -tm*.l le.iw- a mi. I...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 17 July 1946

comfort's! 162 Parker at. 'Phone: Sot. j ANNOUNCES ARRIVAL OF QUANTITY NEW SHOES ? _. — ;. BRUDERLINSi DRAPERS MATTRESS COVERS j 4fr. 6in., 32/6 NO COUPONS

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 17 July 1946

Industrial. Gnolitions Perm/ttmQi^^^~-~~~~-^_^^ GRACE BROS.' 1946 Sprint;- o ''v- ; Summer 'Model Trader' is ^^7j6n far more than just another 'UO(_ catalogue. This is our first comprehensive catalogue since the comnicnrcmcnt of World War II; and it is published in an endeavour to inform our Mail Order customers that we have not forgotten their patronage, and to give them a 'Preview,' as it were, of merchandise that we hope and believe will be coming forward as industrial conditions improve. Throughout its 80 pages, you will find, not only the 'Fashion Firsts' of the season, but also a comprehensive range of merchandise unprocurable, during the war years — goods for personal use and for the home — in short, a Fashion Catalogue and Home Journal in one: — 32 pages in full color,. -16 in rotogravure, and 32 in black and white. The 'Model Trader' is POST FREE anywhere. wmMfth * V 4 f f ' I ? POST THIS COUPON TO-DAY ? . I Mail Order Manager, 1 Grace Broi. Ply. Ltd., I I Box 42. P.O.,' . ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 17 July 1946

ADVERTISE 'iWEM. Ihe c-«m»':tJ events, meetings, and so on. i-'':' these the charge is 5 pit inuli -''?''' one inch upward). I

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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FOOTBALL NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 17 July 1946

FOOTBALL NOTES After the Maher Cup match at Cowra on Saturday O'Brien, the C-Jwra captain, presented the cup to Sid. Wade, saying that the best team -jn the day had won; It, .had been a cl-jan game, and he wished Tumut every success. There was some dispute over '.he referee for Saturday's game. Original ly, Mr. Harmer was appointed to con trol the fixture,, but on Friday nigh: it , was brought , under the notice ol the Group authorities that Harmer was a playing .membsr of the Temora team, and Mr. II. w. Batkin. of Young, was then appointed. Patrons to the number of 1795 paid £174/14/11 ' t'o Saturday's match, und this is how the gate was split up: Tax. £37,7.11; advertising. £2; Group levy. £10/5/; referee. £6 0 ; ground charges. £2; linesmen. £3 9 «; 'leaving £113/6/0 to be divided between Cowra and Tumut on a 75 pur eent-25 per cent, basis, Tumut receiving £28'6'8.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 17 July 1946

Chest Colds Put (he 15 ACTIVE INGREDIENTS of the preparation sold as 'MOON-TAIN MIXTURE' to work (or you it Clears client, throat and noso of gcrm-ladcn mucus. * Immediate relief of Irritation and coughing Kimsms. it Makes breathing easy. ? Soothes and heals sore, strained throat. . * Assists digestion. LETTERS PATENT granted to DOUGLAS DltUG COMPANY by the COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA I KecognlBing tho unique formula and manufacturing u.-ocess, Letters Patent were granted to the Douglaa Drug Company for their Invention for treating of coughs and colds. Tbls safo, suro ureparition is 'i specially Wended for%,X, ol'cc: tlve action. Ask your chemist nr store to-day. Small, a/3;LarRi! » 0 ItTOUIg-TJIBBti MIXTURE

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BOXING NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 17 July 1946

BOXING NOTES (By 'Lefl-hoolt.') Feather, light, and welter weight champions of Cootamundra and dist rict have already been challenged to defend their titles on Thursday. Aug ust la. .An extra belt, the middle ncigiii. wiu uu luugni. ior also on the above date. Names of challengers will not be disclosed until later on. when the eligible contestants will be sought for each division. Divisions and weights for boxers are as follows: Feather, ynder 9 stone; light, under D stone 91bs.; welter, under 10 stone 71bs.; middle, under 11 stone 71bs. All boxers challenging Tor belts in either one of the above divisions arc asked to be under these specified weights. A cordial Invitation Ls extended to all boxers and intending boxers to attend the gymnasium at St. Colum ba's hall in Parker street, a punch bag. punching ball and ring i)ave all been set up there, and it is possible for one to have a good workout. All who intend attending this institution are asked to provide their own skip ping rope...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 17 July 1946

PROFESSIONAL J. & R. A. SPEIRS ; ^Optometrists ' AUSTRAL CHAMBERS MR. It. A. SPEIIIS, F.I.O. Hon. (Syil.) CONSULTATIONS: ' Thursdays, 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. Fridays. 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Office open Monday to Saturday for adjustments and replacements. ? 'Phone, cootannmdra 185. for ap pointments. n a*^1 -.ft11' ii-'s- 'Coetomundra Daily Herald' WEDNESDAY. JULY 17. 19-16.

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CANTERBURY SATURDAY'S FIELDS [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 17 July 1946

CANTERBURY SATURDAY'S FIELDS SYDNEY. Wednesday: The follow ing acceptors were declared today for Saturday's Canterbury Park meeting: TWO-YEAR-OLD MAIDEN HAN DICAP.— 6 Furlongs First Division At 1 p.m Waitemata (19) ? 8 7 Shining Vision (0) ? 8 7 Wise Ruler (16) ? 8 3 Student (12) ? 8 3 My Hero (17) !. .. ?. ? 8- 2 Gay Leader (15) ? 8 0 Don Dore (5) ? 8 0 Rising Star (14) ..? .. .. .. 7 13 The Cad (8) ? 7 12 Timoana (11) ? 7 12 Merry England 1 10) ? 7 12 Engagement (18) ? 7 12 Prince Dodo (3) ? 7 11 Allworth (13) ? 7 11 Saint Teresa -2) ? 7 10 Beaufelt (1) ? 7 9 Royal Pride (20) ? 7 a Twilight (7) ? 7 8 Chaste (9) ? 7 7 Dark Marne (4) ? 7 7 TWO-YEAR-OLD MAIDEN HANDI CAP — G Furlongs Second Division At 1.35 p.m. Pittham (18) '. . .. .. .. .. ? 8 7 Yukon HO .: ..' .... 4. 8 3 Stotficld (12) ? '.' 8 3 Conviviality (9- .. .... ^ 8 3 Frnscn Rellp -7i r A High Legion- (3) .. .-. .?.-..? 80 Mr. Punch (14) ? 7 13 Clare Ds Lune 1 1 ) ? 7 13 Merry John i6- ? 7 12 Gold Bridge -2- ? 7 12 Royal C...

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MAHER CUP FIXTURES [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 17 July 1946

MAHER CUP iM; FIXTURES Boorotfa. Young., .... , GibsonyalO; .,

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