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HOSPITAL COSTS UP Scarlet Fever Responsible [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 22 May 1940

HOSPITAL COSTS UP Scarlet Fever Responsible As a result of thle scarlet fever lepideniic .which has ,been raging in G?oulliurnfor sverial miontlisi the daily aiverage nimn heri of patients treated at the TIlstrict Hospital . dlrin" 1 pril : ireachedi record glio iortiins This .wa's i revealed at Monday' night's meeting of the Hospital. Board, hich was told thati althotigh. the 29099 ptients treatedil during last month exceeded by only eight the figures fol April, 1939, the daily average jurmped from 95 ini the latter montlih to 119. The increase, which also exceeded the, March figure of 109 , dwue, ilt was .stated, to the, ninhmberof scarlet fever cases, which averaged about 30 days each com pared with 16l or 17 days ocdupiled by ordintaiy patients. APiITll COMP -IISON' A comparative statement submit ted;to the meeting showed that Aprill fees from the' public : and private -wardsi amnounted to £493/19/1 aiild £313/s5/4, respectiely, . compared with £244/14/3 and £353/12/6 in the sam...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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Hurried Home To Hear War Bulletin [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 22 May 1940

fhurried Home To Hear War Bulletin Onli 0 1)0 11) 1111 l orun 11f 0 )h1bers is pr'eseint, at ll 01n(1a51 lniglht's' oleeting of the District. Hospital 1.0o1ird ln(,, 0is% at least 1 1 I Il"one melIlSer wilS a1n0xious to re (t1urn1 hluIno iiI tilmd. to hImit ti(cht • (}!!:.3(i: i.0? ii~ii l itqilblit of, ov'eiseas •. Ili'; tile. conlII! ratit'ly light 0Cglla' qu 1 y disl1sed of,0( h~ose pieseift at the mneeting were' Msis.sr1H: i-i msdowne (president), .C D. Pveh'ird F D. Divies, W: "J. iS ? 1,1.s D B. Ffaser Thle last ,itile ineitionled ire letura'ie) sol (hers ai1< coeiseluelhtly the deshre wsil" a 'naitillal .on5e0 fRea ons £for the s1lta11 attenod anlCe 'ere to be t 01found1 ill the fact that ioeyI Canen "McKo?evS s oI nannual holl days, Rev. 1ilssell Scott is attendii., til Getllelal Assoiblyr 5of tile Plsby terllnr Chillreli in Sydneyi while AI,. . D. A 1o' I,'di s on1 ilnlitary d(l 1ies0 I Silld ,ivis "last svight granted" three &monSths" leave Oe absence. A...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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UNEMPLOYED Minister Says He Has No Money [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 22 May 1940

UNEMPLOYED Minister Says He Has No Money In the Legislnative A'\ssembly.. >fr. .'Aff. ' T.-Pull'y,, M.IL.a.,. drew. the aittdntioitiof ote l Minki'slefor " V-Woiks niid Loctil G(ocin;eiot, *fr..It - 0 . Atrtin to thii plight of til.he uiinmployed in (.Goulinirn And The followin ?'estiois ,were ad dressed to the Ministei; . tC h ath Minister say lwether it i 'i'facthtat twelve, months ago both . te.Go tilburns City Council .nd ,the cuwairee Shile made application for ai'idrge sum of inoney under the grant loani scheie for the absorption of the *uietiopiloyed in the distriit, and ful filled tile. requireinents of the deiart qest some months ago inl respect of submhitting the plans and specifica tibnq of proposed works? Is there ai 'ecord number of llneinployed at O Gonlburn at present, and is it a fact thcat50o imoney frois tile Unemploy ieo:t Relieif Pund has ,been received lby "the councils during the current -finanelai year? Can 'the Minister say wjii?h.? iiioney; will be nmide,...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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SEWERAGE SYSTEM TAXED Treatment Works Extension PROPOSAL TO SPEND £12,300 Council Deputation To Seek Departmental Approval [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 22 May 1940

SEWERAGE SYSTEM TAXED Treatment Works Extension fPROPOSAL TO SPEND £12,300 Council Deputation To Seek Departmental Approval After hearing views expressed by Mr. A. H. Cornish, 'B:E., consulting engineer, of Young, the Goulburn City Council was able last night to modify its scheme for extensions at the sewerage treatment works, thereby re ducing the probable cost from £,19,000 to an estimated cost of £12,300. This modified scheme, the outcome of a comrprehen, sive report prepared some ti'ne ago by the"City Eiigine?r; Mr. W. 1. Muntz, will be placed by degiubtion". befcre the Public Works Departrnent for appioval?.-Another de cisioh- raclied by the counrcil ra~s to hiave an inspectioni made of all house :sewer connections, -s:there is reason to believe that stormwater from mainy dwellings is finiding its way illegally intoi the sewers, causi'g thiemi to bhecome surcharged *' InAIn lril last the council feceived Srepor?t from the Public TWorks :lie iartnent?in u lhiith it wes istitted ...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 22 May 1940

M O N EY V A T O N C 1E A FRIUENDLY SFRlVICE 'HItEOlI over thes' repsyrejts, de ( fin ely the e liest y¶I an ob tain: you receih and reI~y by Weekly instalnet or £ 0, 5/: .£15;?'750- 20, £ £2,.../6 Loans oni furnlit l r, pianlos, seawing flachines, etc., wviihouit possession. Ne .ldv. Sri -e.rivary. .R.W. 'T(: PIETE SUICRIBED CAP AL £40,000 Cnr. Montague an Auburn Street. Telephone Goueburn 485 BURROWA The GOULBURN EVENING POST is on sale at E. JOBSON'S Newsagency BLOOD POISONS REMOVED R.U.R. frooi the syster of ecepss cid-and toxins e nd with them gees the greetest o sw yla~l~a t ma troes, Onbda Jood es ,idts, A 4/- packet mna s 26 ons. . ROGERS AND SONSr GOULBURNe . Ak Fer F ee Booklet. These emark<able Values Are Being R hed Cal l And Secure Your Share To-Day MEN - HERE'S YOUR WINTER OVERCOAT AT PRlE-WAR ~PRICE Here's real 3 Star Feature Another Big~ pecial in Win value in Men's Overcoat° . ter Warmth. Hlere's a fine Double Breasted "Punches- line of snm rtly cut, hard...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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Car Crashes Over Cliff [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 22 May 1940

CrCrashes. 0 O erlEiff -"SYDNEiY:, 'Wedniesday:.-":Xi A li, toe Moid1"elu~ ca rtishfell';300 feet" over {he cliffs( titt Bungaff HI-ead,. neag;: NdW lport e;:istedlay; andbwful mslitaded to' ,iale:os oii', Lho a o'cks lielo3??'ii',S '::;' T. Bid~lek.?Iinilol:tli f! reie"!fat, Rm?tii pediTc.'b lth i'? o t?Iiei':.' alCp "gth'carliuiette6rf., He.?hn?(~le lo to? "?~l i::i h e?.igliie v'i"?'thi?.,? 0 e a.rtiink: ? l en](;- for'getti~ng thitt?:io>-fillid ift? the' geais "in' r vers.i,'.. !7 -- i:,:': !i "T.lhe 'back at .-'he ca was( pointdithig tb th "'odge- o tlf, tc!b.,lifI, aild .bef~re' hiie c d~isl i?tbp Ittio. ar ranif Over. ?ho vedge The seatwa,, washti,,ng,?:'{,?) ove:r/i:lhe:

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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CROOKWELL HOSPITAL [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 22 May 1940

CROOKWELL .HOSPITAL CROOK\WELL: Admissions to and discharges from the Crotikwell Dis trict Hospital during last week were: Admissions: Miss C" Bailey, Lag gain; Miss D. Bantield, Gullen; Mis. C. Harvey, Crookwell; aMrs.. F. J. Hillman, Sydney; Miss Jean Howarth, Laggan; Mrs. F. H. Kelly, Narrawa'; Mr. WV. J. Martihi, Narrawa;. Mmr C ..t Moon Crookwell; Mrs.. Murray, Laggan; Mrs. W. P. Mic C1ormack, Redgground; Miss Esma Me Donald, Crookwell Mri.?. Veiti dons, Ciookwell; Mirs. J. I Webster ,13indit Road; Mrs. W. Wiliouglbyb, Me Alister. Diseharges: ,-Iaster W. O'Connor, Crookwell; Mr. G. Aitdersol Bhida; Mfister J. Gillespie; Mulgowrie; Mr. L W. George, Witeno; .Mrs. A. C. Brew, Bargo Mrs. E. Cosgrove, Fol-' lerton; M sierie J. Oftley, Laggan; Mr. W. J. Maitin; Narrawa;' Miss D. Bianfieldl Gullen; Misns C Baliley, La(ggatirs..;\.E. Baker, Crookwell.

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TENNIS MATCH Elleray Too Good For Springfield [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 22 May 1940

TENNIS' MATCH ElleraY Too Good For Springfield , IARULAN: On Sunday last a team of 'tennie 'players from. Sprlingfield' visited ,tManulan and hlayed nil all-day return nmateli agalins theiElleray Clui. I dil weathel conditions preailed, aid a' ( inost e ,ijoyable dly's , -teInlis was 1 eeCt by thqi, lhrgo linafieF ;of enteli'st 11who1 were attriacted iby the eveit" Alfliougi, tie local team 'pr-oveli victorlolts by a lfaiiy larhge m'irgin limany of. tle-sets were closely. Cl ititsted,-lliid the tdcital rIstult"i Iias lniuell ,1t cl?ei" t11.1 the scotes seg rest; ' ile vii-linti'l toitm 11 i?ts itlilteldl by Elleray "ltb1 ioniici's.l.. ":- Rie ,( ? (M .,uldl1 iIayeCs menitioned O.'0 iB rie, ' u-11n?', 1' 11 It lB a hldock V L 'Metielland' ?id A' i'llho-oughgood, (;?-&,' 641I;: 3V?O ' hep fll." hi d' A\. Hobibs, 'in C-a d I-f he'l5 111 MIlelWe O'.l1 1 Vr. .1lHarr'ott a1n11 II .I MleCilelailid 1 --v' C.'Phtelps ned A Hlobbs 26 v' L. McLellantii 'andd A'' rhoroii ifad 3-ii 5-(i ...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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Car Falls 20 Feet Into Creek [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 22 May 1940

Car Fall .20 Feet into Creek WAGCOA, Wednesday: Leaving the road at Bell's Cutting and racing down the side of a hill, a motor car driven by Frederick O'Keefe, of YYamma Statioin, Morundah, finally pitcied headlon?i 20 feet into t creek on the Oundafgaii Road near Muln cloai OKeeff- suistained a fiactuFed shoulder, uitt li's wife, son- anld daughter escapfld with.a shaking. The cai skidded and .-crashed tlioiugh a fenid," rolled ovel two s?ep airate steep -nin6banklents before drolipling into the'creek, where a log pre elted it bleing conipletely sub me ge , O'Keefe was admiltte to Lewisham JiesOlit' l, Wagga. The pitrty was niotoleng to Yabtree Sta tion i te home of F. L. Horsley. It took sixenfeni eight hoirs to raise the car 6finii the reelk, to thel road way, a disti ch of ,80 feet.

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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MILK SUPPLIERS TO BALLOT ON THE STRIKE PROPOSAL [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 22 May 1940

MILK SUPPLIERS TO BALLOT ON THE STRIKE PROPOSAL Aqs the oiutcomnW -of a decision of ti .C'ouncil(' of the Milk :uplpliers' Ass~oiation hell ini Sduee" ai. tlihe week-endl to con d(lIA ii. biallo o i aiiongst thi se 'Irai thoiisand suppliersiei to th 11e Milk T-orird ,niitie quiestioni of di?eliiniig a strlike agiiinst, sending sup lilies tilitil liit- litelrisedl pried is iilloivei for iiilk, hurtlred linoct ingr o, all l nanches ioI tlie aissceitioill ni' lieinig siiniiono-ed in Stie ,aiion crtentrs. The ,l(sN Vale hlbanch will .considcr the 1 latest lpiOlliosIl tit a ni?eting l lie ldckh in the School of Arts o,? ,(il Trhursd~ay ifighl,.,t. ,-:"l"rP? i "i ;. It is reported that, theu r1lge for extreme measures Ires issaed from repr'sen'titives of centresx in the northern: sectolio of the .ote, and that little senpport will be fo0ithcom Ing from so lpliers in the inoier and outer southern sections of the milk, ZOnfe." - '" " -" . " - In order to obtain a majority opin ion on the su...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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BOUND FOR GERMANY [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 22 May 1940

BOUND FOR GERMANlY .A British Royal Air Force pilot, wearing his high altitude equipment, steps into his 'plane for a flight over German ter ritory.-Department of Information.

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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CROOKWELL Hockey Fields Wanted [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 22 May 1940

CROOKWELL Hockey Fields Wanted .' OOW0?OI EI i : A propiosal .? that, tlhe societ? ishouhl co-oper ate ?ithl the Hockey Association in pieparing two hockey fields u t the sliwgirosgidfoi.* thei 1941 'iiight's meetiig. (of thei . A P and1( it Socicth by iily i. I7 i::ad.Ho.ke sadidt Mrb3 John .: was? the? only splort that w as thrivtnng in the dilitrict at the Irerseht time, bu ti less suitable giounds couild be se cured ttiwvould also die -out / Ii uigllng that the society do some thing definite in the nmatter ,.Mr.A:9 G. McDoitald sait tlhat en .,one pie vioeus "oecasion' the iassociatiorin had noised £5' to. helip ptit the ground in order, but there had beenia certain aintagonisn to the p.roposal by some niemliers-of the -osminittee andL the hockiy. players hiall beeni toldithat they were not wiainted on the groeiid. If theisocilety ivas prepaired to Work fowl thtlie associlation' itwould give theingood grotinds aind also rpovide an excellen t ?,show r ng fos the y iS1?" I)ERSTAND...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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NO FEES R.M.O's. And Inquests. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 22 May 1940

NO FEES R.M.O's. And Inquests The practice of resident med icaltofficers at some hospitals in seeking fees , for evidence ten dered at coronial inquiries has aroused the displeasure of the New South Wales Hospitals Corn mission. InI a. cci acul, letter to -Moxiday. night's nieetil~g of the District Hos-' pital ''Boaird' the Commissiori stated that attention ha?d been drawn to 'the fact .that R M. Os. had occassiosally claimed fees oin behalf of their hos pital for evidence given at a coronial iniqUiry. Fees forusich evidence .would 'be paid from public moneys and it was considered inadvisable that any nistitution ahieady in ireceipt at a ,uhsidy froma Gvermninent funds should submit such claims nit the Govern ment in usrpect of such services. The Coanmission accoraiin'y ,asked oliOPltals to arringe that no fee bh clainued 'fora evidence given by' an R.. O. t 'a' coronial inluiry 'as suc. proceduie is regarided as part 'of the regula-" duties of a resident niedical "officer. The boai...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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PRINCE'S HIGHWAY [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 22 May 1940

Motorislts tr h ~ ing along Pince's Highway betweeni 'Sydney and Nowra are advised by the N.R ..A ito exer ctse care between Gerringong and Berry whei.e a three luarter nile stretch df rather warn ametal read still exists ovet a wilnding; sectioi. This inferior lengtt is approached along good. paved surface from eitheti direction. .The liiudge at iJasper's Creek; ,ight nilles. siorth of Nowra, is still undorgoing reconstruction and a .shot' detour must be Useil. Travelling, south an abrupt? turnisi; made to the left at a sign; iand the highway Is rejoined one-telith 6fa mile further on. The detour es solid,; but is narrow and pbotliley, and would ibe 'greasy" if wet .

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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SPA ROAD BRIDGE Grant Offered To Shire [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 22 May 1940

SPA ROAD BRIDGE Grant Offered To Shire An offer of a gratt on a -fot¶) * basis not exceeding L 600 to ?etable the buitding • of a -t1iridge, over Nadgigomar Creek, oin the Spa Road, ias been misdO bi the Minister for Works and iiocatl (lovernnmeit, Mr. L. 0. Ia'rtin, to thi Mulwarce Shire . 'oincl. 'is informnation is contained in a letter sent by the Minister to Mr. J. M Tully, M..LA., in response to the latter s representations regarding the touttcil's apIplication- for Govern ment astistance wtth restpct to the proposetl programme of works estl matedt.to cost £10;000. Mit Martin s letter to Mr, Tully is as folows:.: You wvill remember that I inspect Ied some of itheste vorks on the occa sion of my vislt to the dilstrict -in December. iast, w;hen I stated that I vouldtimake ae.special endeatvour to asststi the tcouncil in regard to the Na dgigomatr reek b1idge onl the Spa Road. T'e, Sliire ;Engineer t esti m'ante tfot thile~work ws £1500, aind it wats unierstood that tite local re...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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REPORT TAKES SIX MONTHS TO COMPILE [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 22 May 1940

REPORT TAKES SIX MONTHS TO COMPILE It was'discl '0±d at Mon1ay Uight,'s meeting' o' tie Districtt Io's Ipital Board that a report forwarded by th1 PuIlilc Works Ilepal't meuent was the outcome of an inspection by dIhiiIrItnental offic e.'s Ilnore than six nionths ago. " "It is full or: technical terms,'" re ) narikedi the secrets'y, Mri F. Jen nings, in tabling the reliort, which was referred, after ,irief liscusision, to trIe house comniiittee for its considerationl. In iiurtheer refer nce to tthe r eport, w?,ich wvas. a lengthy one, Mri Jell nings said -that officers ot the depart ment, representhlg the light, hea't and pow er coniniittee, had : visitedi the li'slpital-in November and the report hahl nrilived just iin tinie foi? Winter. II containedi suggestions as to where the hospiltal might conserve its con-; iilhtitlon of coal, gas, fuel, etc.

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IN SOUTH AFRICAN WATERS [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 22 May 1940

IN SQUTH AFRICAN WATERS Ships opening out in Table Bay to take up positions for mine sweeping. They are in peacetime engaged in fishing.-De partment of Information.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 22 May 1940

TwoGood Drinks forQoldjDa?/s or Half-time The new winter drink. Ask for.them at all leading soft drink shops. Nice. to Take Family Cough Remedy, Saves You Money Just like magic, wshen you add ,a two-shilling bottle of concentrated HEENZO to sweetened water, yQo b ONE PINT (yes! pt £10s ... ort) of eily 01o r I Bce to , o , iceting yfo tgh coldf cta . croulIbiehil's~sje th ?'ts s rafluens. Vcx ?oe Sf lt ee how yo feel hefter gt fom the first does. You will like taking HEENZO, so will your kiddies. HEENZO is equally eoon for all of you. HEENZO is gladly sold by the best chemists and stores. H. sburY ose° 10 JIN No W The Biggest and Best Librr in Goul urn MECo N NI S~Ej A4ximately 30,000 Volumes of Oeneial .Woilks and Fiction. Subscription 5/6 a quarter. covers h books at a timen aind use of Reyding Room. Lihiary booirs :1 a~m to 5 30 pm, and 7 to 9p m.7 R1eading Room I am oI pin. THE PUBLIC TRUSTEE stalihed1s Jauay, 1q14) AINISTRATOR Y ¶ or AGEN / 1 Special Stuto wes nab lic Trustee t...

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Canada's Car Sales [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 22 May 1940

Canada's Car Sales. Ncev Canadian motor vehicle milen in January, 1940, surl~assed those of any other January for which records are avliablelll, and nhowedl all increane of 50 per ceent, ill Inumlber 11111 52 per cellt. ill vlue above Jalluary, 1939. Sal1cC ill .11nulary totall ell S919 unlitn, against 59:15 inI January, 11139.

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Scarlet Fever Cases [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 22 May 1940

S bcarliet i Feve'r:J?' Cases An attendalnit iat the Kenmore Men'sal Hlopital was admitted to i dhe Distriict IHospital suffering . Ii ami scxti let feer.i Tvo natises from the -ahxie ilstitutionxiae ax le ".rady i i.solation at the inxsitu-i tionx, having conti'acted the coin Dixaluit wi?ithin Use patfortiitltght. At piresenit there are 28j pjtients ix the isolationi-ward, two pupil? from St. Pritrick s College being dihi chaixrged0 o'er ox-hie seekiend. Ati.oxulgx the dempldenic hiss flow beernin ,evidexice ovex seven imontlis, xadiiissixons to the hospital still con thiie ,.?teadily andx it is .not expecte'd that thfy ?wlli . vne lo?: comie timie A xnumbeif 0 youin .chiliren were lh'e irst to contract the comnpiahit, but the. illness .rapidly took toll dr adults. t

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