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WIFE CHARGED WITH MURDER [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 2 July 1946

WIFE CHARGED WITH MURDER AUCKLAND 1N.Z.1. Arrested yes terday. Ada Leach, 30. has been charged with the murder of her hus band, John Leach. 40. Mauri, who w.'s found in a lonely house between Tauranga and Itoiorua with severe shot gun wounds In the lace.

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TRIESTE Anti-Slay Rioting [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 2 July 1946

TRIESTE Anti-Slav Rioting LONDON. Tuesday: Anti-Slav rioting, In which 21 people were in jured ton? fatally) flared up in Trieste yesterday. Following an attack on Italian cyclists taking part in a round-Italy race, Slav communist headquarters and trades union offices were wreck ed by mobs. Slav shops were attacked, and elec tric power was cut off. bringing the trams to a standstill. Further disorder.; at night resulted In the British military polico driving Jeeps among the crowds milling In the streets, and firing shots Into the air to disperse the demonstrators.

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 2 July 1946

I ? — ? 1 ? ! ? 1 BKUUERLINS DRAPERS ^ FOR BABIES' TOWELLING i ' SQUARES, FROM 2/6 EACH ! AND HALF COUPON.

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 2 July 1946

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 2 July 1946

We welcome reports of different organi-atiuns, sp.rtint; bodies, etc., lint ask that, where possible, 'copy' be in by I o'clock en Friday* for Monday's issue, and thereafter by 1 on the day preceding publication. We wish to avoid - having to hold anything over till tlio following issue. THE PUBLIC TRUSTEE Established for the Public Benefit. -,n 1st January. 1614 since whu:h date assets luta'hng t:{3.1B2.542 have been adminlMertd as - ? Executor, Trustee, Administrator Attorney or Agent Full informal Ion and FREE BOOKLET- may he obtained on application to his Agent — the nearest Clerk of Peltv Sessions or to r The Public Trustee, Mr. C. NOTT, - 19 O'Connell Street, ? ' ? _ '? ^-,'-'-W6llc-TPriisiee;'-' ' ? (Box 7A. GPO.i ' I i Sydnev ? . ?,r I MEAGHER'S Great Winter SHOWROOM SALE 4 DAYS ONLY! JULY 3, 4, HALF-PRICE SPECIALS BALANCE OF LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S MILLINERY TO CLEAR AT HALF-PRICE RACK OF LADIES' AND CHILDREN' COATS AND FROCKS TO CLEAR AT HALF PRICE 4, 1, 10, 14 Coupons. ?lAD...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 2 July 1946

C'P-V 'or 'hc I*ress should be it) ink— NOT PENCIL, I A REPROACH TO COMPLACENCY t Where Is Danger Point? I Australians are often reproached (or their complacency and tor tljelr refusal to entertain the belief that disasters which have happened else where could not be repeated In Aus tralia. This attitude i& due partly to our Isolation, partly to our tem perament, partly to the protection w .e have enjoyed as a member of the British Commonwealth. As a result of many developments, it Is being borne in upon us day by day that °ur position Is no longer sheltered, and that we shall have to rely more and more upon our own initiative and intelligent thinking about national problems: v ;? 'V,'. J .. . , At the ?; moment few , of . Iht-St . national;' problems are niore- signi flcant Ahan that of monetary policy. Australia' possese.s a modern eential bunking system in whieh experts are studyihg from day to day the mea sures that we necessary ui make credit available without ''Ising p...

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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CHURCH NOTICES CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 2 July 1946

CHURCH NOTICES CHURCH OF ENGLAND Wednesday, July 3: Christ church 7.30, Holy Communion. Thursday, July 4; Women's Guild, 3. Friday, July 5; Choir Practice 7.15: Young Anglican Meeting. ;t. Talk by Rov. W. H. Chamberlain. 'Life in England Today.' Members of congre gation invited to attend. Sunday, July 7, 3rd Sunday after Trinity: Christ Church 8, Holy Com munion; 7.30, Evensong. Betliungra 9.30, Holy communion; Dudauman 3. Evensong, Rev. A. W. Harris. Rector. PRESBYTERIAN Wednesday, July 3: Girls' Physical Culture. Friday, July 5: Choir Practice, a. Sunday. July 7: Scots Church, 11. Mr. C. J. Raff; 7.30. Stockinbingal 11 and Muttama 3. Rev. Harold Per kins, minister. METHODIST Wednesday, July 3; Meeting of C.E. Society 7.30 p.m. Friday. Jiily 5: Choir Practice. 7.30. Boys' Meeting re possibility of form ing Junior Order of Knights' Court or some other boys' society. 8 p.m. Sunday. July 7: Cootamundra II. Mr. A. Cunningham: 7.30. Rev. R. J.1 Cashin; Wallendbeen II and Nubba 3 Rev. R....

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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ORDER FOR 5000 STEEL HOMES [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 2 July 1946

ORDER FOR 5000 STEEL HOMES MELBOURNE, Tuesday: The larg est single contract ever lor Houii.ig Commission homes Is oxpectr.d to lit placed In the commonwealth Depat inent of Aircraft Production by :he Victorian Government within the next few wtfoks. It will comprise an order for 0000 steel dwellings at a cost of approx imately £1000 each. Tlie total order will be valued at £5,5QO.UOO.

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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WHAT'S ON? (As Advertised in This Issue.) [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 2 July 1946

WHAT'S ON? (As Advertised in This Issue.) Wed. July 3: Dance in the Town Hail.! Thur.%„ July 4: Boxing. Cootamundra | Town Hall, at 8. I Fri., July 5: Usual Monthly Meeting I of C.W.A.. Cootamundra branch. | Fri.. July 5: R.S.L. Meeting, Scots i Hall, at 8. J Sat., July G: Greyhound Racing oil Fisher Park, at 2.30. j Tues. July 3: Annual Meeting Dis trict Hospital Ladies' Auxiliary, at 3 Tues., Sept. 3: Young Show. , Tues., Sept. 4: Young Show. Auctions - Wed.. July 3: Muttama Monthly Market. Friday. July 5: Cootamundra Fort nightly Market. Fri., July 5: Sale of Drovers' , Out' i: . by G. B. Black, at, 1.30.

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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STATE LOTTERY First to the City [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 2 July 1946

STATE LOTTERY First to the City SYDNEY, Tuesday: State lottery No. 1353 was drawn today. ' First prize was won by No. S5332. 'No Hoper' syndicate, L. Osborne, care Box 1507, G.P.O., Sydney. Second. No. 34778. 'Fine Mates' syndicate. Mrs. E. Myers, 34 Wilfred street, Lidcombe. Third, No. 77051. 'D. C. B. L.' syn dicate, W. Lllllco, 4 HUlcrest avenue. Bexley. Fourth, No. 24089. 'M.V First Chance' syndicate, Mrs. A. Neivair.lt. Jerilderle. ' 10 PRIZES AT £1110 12703 29806 41001 45596 510-18 73687 78345 8D687 90842 92253 10 PRIZES, AT £50 5342 8053 ;4l'l6V' 41885 . 43044 54740 54847 1 57818 86119 89230 10 PRIZES AT £40 4115 G421 28089 36265 46055 50238 C9286 90393 92724 94968 10 PRIZES AT £30 10521 28760 45016 46835 64715 68695 77187 79742 89770 90646 15 PRIZES AT £20 7742 11733 18891 22954 30396 33590 34526 37958 44200 54912 . 57373 60551 80917 82502 95483 Lottery No. 1354 will be drawn to morrow. Printed and published by William Henry Plnkstone, of 157 Wallendonn street, Cootainundra,...

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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TRAINING OF A LOCOMOTIVE DRIVER [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 2 July 1946

jTRAlNING OF A LOCOMOTIVE DRIVER 'By W. McDOWELL) Of the many callings by. which men in tlie Railway Service earn livli hood, perhaps one of the most exacting Is that followed by the locomotive driver or fireman. It is exacting in this sense alone that It requires con Ktnnt vigilance on their part lo in terpret the various signals by day and by night, as misinterpretation of these signals may result in the death of scores of passengers through a colli sion or derailment occurring. On the other hand, if in charge of a iioods train, many thousands of pounds worth of damage may be incurred it these signals arc tnis-read. Their work also requires them to be in readiness for duty at any time of the day or night; and they have al times to spend lengthy periods in bar racks away from their home towns. It must not be imagined that men are placed in charge of a locomotive merely because they have been em ployed amongst locomotives for many years, as before they are even classi fied as a fire...

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 2 July 1946

WARNING TO WASTERS OF MONEY Plain Words Credit, ns bank money is called. Is only purchasing power in bulk. In 11123 n disaster happened to millions ol people in Europe- because of * wild Increase of credit in Germany. In 1933 a disaster aflectcd n1 hundred limes as many people because, among oilier things, of a sudden world-wide contraction of credit. There is no more complicated problem than tile management of credit, which is largely the problem of keeping the stock of money and the production of goods and services in balance. When they get out of balance, the work of the world Is checked, the economy as a going concern is slowed down or almost halted, the standards of living fall, and the effectiveness of njillions of people is impaired. Work of all kinds turns largely on credit In some form. Purchase of ' plant, the processes of investment and payment, provision for tin; wages bill, payment for transport, insur ance and every other service depend on the flow of credit. Thls'is c...

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 2 July 1946

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EXCITEMENT IN U.S. Prices Have Skyrocketed [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 2 July 1946

EXCITEMENT IN U.S. Prices Have Skyrocketed NEW YORK. Tuesday: The price.': on the nation's commodity markets skyrocketed yesterday as a reaction to the abolition of price control. Cotton futures made an upward spurt of 185 cents, to 410 cents, a bale, us- j tablishing a new record high since 1923. Prices on the livestock market leaped 250 cents, per 100 lbs. In Chicago grain responded similarly.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 2 July 1946

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THE ATOM BOMB Admiral Blandy's Views [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 2 July 1946

THE ATOM BOMB Admiral Blandy's j Views i BIKINI. Tuesday: Admiral Blandy admitted that the damage done by the Bikini atom bomb was less spectacu- ' lar and less injurious than that in- 1 flictcd on the American Fleet in Pearl Harbor. The Admiral told the Press! that he was not In a position to give) details of the damage, for only about | twelve target ships, mostly on tlie . outer perimeter from the target, had! not yet been boarded because of radio logical danger in and aboard ships near the centre of the explosion. I GOATS MUNCHING HAY | Admiral Blandy announced that the underwater test will be held within' three or four weeks. j Dr. Bradbury expressed the opinion; that the Bikini bomb was about com-! parable In efficiency with the Nuga- 1 saki bomb, and was emphatic that it was not 'a dud.' | Rear-Admiral Solberg. after an in- ( S]-ection of the target ships, said the : goats were munching .hay. They seemed defiantly happy.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 2 July 1946

SMALL ADVTS.— Wanted, Pound, I Lost, To-Let, For Sale, etc.— are (id per line per Issue (6 words to a line),! Willi a minimum charge of -,G. | WANTED URGENTLY. Housekeeper.' three to four weeks, no washing. Apply j Mrs. T. Meale, 15 Thompson street. Phone 549. j WANTED, Cottage, Mat. or Rooms, accommodate two, as from l.it July Apply thLs office. WANTED to rent. room. Apply E. El wood. 80 Parker street. WANTED. Whistles. suitable lor newspaper delivery boys. Apply 'The Cootamundra Daily Herald' office. .MIDDLE-AGED couple, Government officer, require a small, clean Fur nished Flat, must be central and quiet. Apply 'L D.,' tills office. FOUND. Small Purse. Apply this of fice. HEAL bargain ! 5-vnlve dual-w.ive Electric Radio. secondhand. Phone 423. RAY CROWE. Parker St. GET your Lounge Suite and Bedding, etc., renovated at LES PETTITT'S. '.32 Parker Street. ALWAYS iresli slocks n[ Wei and Dry Radio Batteries at RAY CROWE'S. Phone 423. SUTTON'S I'TY., LTD., S-uney. buy Players and Pian...

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FRANCO QUESTION No Specific Action [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 2 July 1946

FRANCO QUESTION No Specific Action LONDON, Tuesday: 'The decision of the Security Council to keep the question of B'ranco and Spain on the agenda without committing itself to any specific action' must be regarded as failure, as it leaves this -Fascist nest in Europe to endanger universal peace,' stat,es the Soviet newspaper 'Pravda,' according to Router's Mos cow correspondent.1

Publication Title: Cootamundra Daily Herald
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 2 July 1946

! IN MEMORIAM (QHAPMAN.— In sad, but loving, memory of my dear father, Michael iMick), who passed awav on 2nd July. 1326. Deep iu my heari memories are kept. Of the one I loved and will never forget ; Though', s go back as time goes by. But memories last forever. —Inserted by his loving son Donald Benedict.

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CLASHES AT CULCUTTA Six Riots Last All Day [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 2 July 1946

CLASHES AT CULCUTTA Six Riots Lkst All Day -CALCUTTA,. , Tuesday.:, JCwenty three persons were killed and 160 Injured 1 during six day-long rlots -be^ uv'eeri Moslems and Hhidus at Ah ni'edabad. Ui »;j ' ?Police, opened fli-e:'iilne tiivt'js I Pitched; battles witlij%rlckbats occurs red in many parts of the city. Shops were burned and looted.

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