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Still High HOSPITAL'S DAILY AVERAGE [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 22 May 1940
StillHigh HOSPITAL'S DAILY AVERAGE With little over a month re maining, it appears that the Dis trict Hospital will create .new figures by maintaining a daily average of 100 patients for 12 months. The daily average so :fart fot. May i, 115, atni, there is gootl teason to believe that thisfiguete 1slisoti little dlecrease If anytip t??he e?teid ot ]1rom J.uane 30,>1939 ftttlhMay tht year the daily av-rage hlas fo?e rle on the 99"litar ,i DespIte the ic that t os h ital h-s beerin cusotely iiprneed ot-.accomit modiatlonat timeas ditrlingthe pact etfe motints at one stage the?re wre 135 patlents fi the inttto?on alliap peals fot: the iirgenit need of ekten locns hate f allen on 'deit earts. About slxwveeltcs, a- the auithoritits ere aced i.l ith suclh . Elif fi itL : Ic -nicomodtioaln probleim: thivt 'they wvetr foitcedi t priecss lnto seivice beds that neidaforineerlythscaitdl in Jaiiiarv' ,this Feati thilntinily Pt eince totnilleil 100 while "Ii 'Debrtt ary Mit clir andi April th...
BURRINJUCK DAM DEBATE Something Must Be Done Quickly [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 22 May 1940
BURRINJUCK DAM DEBATE Something Must Be Done Quickly SYDNEY, Wednesday: The. New South Wales Govern srment has paid approximately £49,000. to consultanits ini the course of investigations into ths state of the Burrinjuck.Danin The Attorney-General Sir Henry. .Manning, who gave this Information in the Legislative Council last night, explained that the amount nieluded not only fees, but also travelling ex penses, preparation of designs, 'con-i trol of models, incidental labour dud materials, charges involved in operat-. ing models, the cost of photographic films of the behaviour of models, and payments to the staff employed. The Attorney-General emphasised that the cost of models was a con siderable item. The House was considering the second reading of the bill to provide for the carrylng out of inlmrovements to the dam. AMENIMEN! l)ISATO JOWEi The leader of the Oppostion, Mr. Concannon, 'moved an amendmentt that the bill be referred ,to an and visory committee of engliteelingecxi 'pe...
Cars Collide Radio Performers In Crash [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 22 May 1940
Cars Collide Radio Performers I In Crash Members of a party. of radio -perbsoalitles Iwere lucky to' es capt. serious injury when 11their r carl was iivolved inI It collision while ion their iway to Goulburn early' last snight to fulfil an cli gagent etat tihe Empire theate.. Detaial 0ar vagu .eand little , kilown beyoind the fact that the acci dent occurred oli the Hume High wIay. As, fati as can be' ascertained the ca. contained Mri. Jc?ck DavIyu. well-known radio star; M. H Arthlu Slade, vocalist and a trio knowna as the Three Rhythhm Boys. ,The car. was slightly, damaged, anid a iluarntity of, staige equilpment, which .the artistes lhd intehnded to 0ise5 i their pierformitnee wvas. wrecked. 0. 9 ilIg to the accident the stage peiformance at the Empire was de layed for a few minutes. ,When the party :made their appear ance oir the stage, MHI Davey apiolo gisedfor' the delay 'and -Inuounced to tile audienlce that lie and his fel low aitistes had been ifIvolved iln a11 accideit. oi...
NEW ROLLER City Council's Purchase [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 22 May 1940
NEW ROLLER City Council's Purchase Purchased by the City Council at a cost of £750, a new roller, which is operated by a kerosene powered engine, was put into use for the first time to day. The oe- roller, whicli weighs siy toze is expected to give much better neirvice than the machime which it has ireplaced. The latte-a t steam iroler--weighed 17 tons andi its inar row wheels proved unsuitable. for -oad work, particoilarly on ,sphalt, where it cut deep tracks The recent pouichase is piaeilcai& a self-contained ioad-btilldinIo0 planit embodyini grading, scaribfying? ann rolling eqfipihent It is estimated that it willi cost about ?a tday to rson the machine, whlich is slightly learer than. the former roller. The new roller replaces a steam rotleri ich, although ovei 30 years oldtwas presised into oie Vice 12 tonths ago ixhen the regular Diesel roller wore oiat. . The City Council received delivery of th iolleer yesteirday.
THE BATTLE FOR FREEDOM [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 22 May 1940
THE BATTLE FOR. FREEDOM T That for the past few years both France and Britain have been nations led by fools is obbi ous, and that we are paying for our sins of omission and com mission is plain enough. How far we will have to pay remains to be seen. But it is no use look ing on the past; 'it is the present that concerns us. The present situation was hinted at by Mr. Winston Churchill in his speech on Sunday. "We .must expect that, as soon as stability is reached on the Western Front, the bulk of that hideous apparatus will be turned on us. After the battle in France abates there'will come a battle for this island." Those who heard knew what that meant. Actually, the line is not yet stabilised, although at points, by this time, the Germans have r'eached the English Charnnel. They have struck, as it was obvi ous they would strike, with. the -object of separating the two' armies, although one of the: Freni.h, ;inmies, apparenitliy has" beenmcaught with the British, arid what'is left o...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 22 May 1940
BAKING PO DER Sav 50 7 parchment sel (ude th lid) from he t sA tof Aut r n' ai co Poder andsen and you will receive a Hand Packk FREE! THE FAVOURITE ii S cHOO0L L U NC Usually the school lunch is a very scratchy meal, e just when the - . ~iq~eus exercise o the playgrourtci. -. he made a str demand on the .-.r rance of the child. However, , with little trouble it can be improved inmalue nd m de wonderfully. , t trac ye l ~y adding huttered Milk owo iscuits. All child~ren love m. PAMO US MILK ARROWROOT BISCUITS C3* ALWAYS ASK YOUR GROCER FOR ARNOTT'S I 11IHLIAM AIINOTT PTY., 1I1MITEI). IIOM1?IUSII. Women simpy rave over hi Chiirnosan face Do wlrr is it Ee 1 satioe; Shops st'. immensci sale growsl bigger and tigger. 1V1)y? Charmosan fare powder does for your kin as marvellous soniethig" thait idinary plowders can anever, eve do. t t"SUBfDUESl .ni CO?V CEAL fauilts in youi skin, ani sigis If ag so:behutifully that theli-sedm no I 5ger . there o ic lshn~t~ajeson'sa ,clear suave, yoit: 01...
Mayor's Appeal Patriotic Effort Approaching [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 22 May 1940
Mayor s_:Appeal .Patriotic Effort '/,pprahing An appeal to the peoploeof Goul burn tind district- to extend their patronage to the Patriotic Coa' nival 'to be held in- Auburn Street oi:Frilay ,atid Saturday evenlings S-,"t. Wua : made to-day' by , tho Ma yor; Aid. T." P.:Manion. 'If evei theie ias a time' faiot : public to display their loyalty. and their- desire to hell) A'ustralia's war effort it is now," tsaid the Mayor, who 'added 'that he felt justified in asking the people to join in a slipreme effort. By giving their support to the cart nival, tihe ,public would be ahle to show some slight recognition fot the men who bad gotte overseas from this country and it should be remembered that atnottgst these titen wats a coit tingent from Goulburn. In the past this city had never failed in its generosity when a national call was made and he felt confident that the ciltizens .woutl not be lacking ott titis o?cats'oii. Bodies assisting with the carnival had joined forces in arranging ...
FIRE AT BAW BAW Inquiry Into Mystery Blaze [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 22 May 1940
FIRE AT BAW BAW Inquiry Into Mystery Blaze GOd1buln police are invosti gating a mysterious fire which a completely desto~yed a largo -watherboard dwelling at liaw BIaw, about eighti miles fron Goulburn, early on Friday night, caiusing damage estimated at. , betweeo £,500 and" £600. At the time of the outlbreak the hotuse, which was situated on thu Old Rehieat property, ahiout a mill. off the XVliheo Road, was uuoidcct pied 'and so far the cause of the fire hs ntoat beeni discovered. So far as is kno?n at present thlera are bno susipiteous crmicmstances. Cointaltiiug hbout sevei rooiiom the house ,was at subst',ntial structure anid w;as built some tine Dprior to tho 0tt t illitet of the Great War. It fornherly beloiged to the late Mr , " " Russell' oand w?sa:'ciihased tWio orthree.yearstago oy Mr. S A' Rialphi of Ctmille USEl) 1W EMPLOYEES Althouhlit t/coitaifned no .ftirnl tine, thi house was gusied by cttasual empil1loyees of M1r.':Ralli 'abyarltius timiees when ,work on as e h prb...
Two Dead Car Strikes Bridge [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 22 May 1940
Two Dead Car Strikes Bridge Fatal injuiries were received by a Roman Catholic priest and a young married woman'when a car inr which they were pas sengers crashed into one end of. the Paddy's River bridge atL about 9 o'clock last night. The victims of the fatality Rev. Fr. Morrissey, Kurr~ Kurri, fractures of the right thigh and, leg, probable fractured skull and-. other injuries, Mrs. O'Kame, aged SO, of Buchanan Farm, via East Maitland, broken left thigh and leg, broken right leg, probable• fractured skull and other in juiies. ,Also injured was the driver of t'e car, Edward O'Kame, 35, husbanidof Mrsa. O'Kaine, broken left wrist, cuts aboit the flice and shock.. - Tile tcla" in'-which'thei palrty wts travellilig-wi'>ora.b>its way towar d Goulsuin iind 11 vhe' w i lpipoiching Paddy's" Rivrel difdge from the Mess Vale Olnti tile dilfverl appIliently made 1n11 ?r1ror of iludgment. TERRIFIC IMPACT C llahing '.ith ltremehdous force, thi cartstrtuck tile massive ground post "' tile...
On the Range Marulan Trophy Shoot [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 22 May 1940
On thke Range Marulan Trophy Shoot MARULAN: The, trophy donated by J. G. Hoare and Co, was shot for iat 300 yards on Satturdvy and was '4on Ib N. Grant. Avariable frontal 'fishtail ivind riequitred careful atten hion" but some *goodlcores re i.e co Frded Esooes N Griant; 77 (2) 79 J. R Felthani, 7 c8 r(sr) 78 R Yo ung, 714 (2) 76; 'E Wioodward i72 (4) 76; W' Par nmetnei * 71 (40) 755; J.F A rHo's, '8 (?() 5;' C-' 1..Logn 74 &lt;(1) i5 ;It .Baldocklp79(4)74 Marulanifiemfern ~vi iit Bun gonsia' or 'adfitth o n''audynC C 1 Lo0 an; B Smith H oug J" H Feltban, 'F.A-Morris WVoodward'- Sai 'Sheph rdH-t Balidock \ W.'umente
BERRIMA HOCKEY Separate Zone Announced [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 22 May 1940
BERRIMA HOCKEY Separate Zone Announced Beirimni Distri ..Hocel.y A.ssocia tion, whicdii is oitsted. Rugby League in, the district, ,liis beien granted re cogitlioii by the N S.W?,?ocke; As oridation. Foriiely -in thc Central Southern zo,70, Berrlnla li-is been grantet pro0 vislorial zone status; altlhotigh it does not yet field the specified/10 teamits. '? The neivzoone (Bdrrimk Illtivarraa) will .b peielmitted: to paarticipate in til;einter-zoione cainival in S?,dney oIl .Tune 15' 10 - 17,.. " here a0'e It pt:eOenlt eight teanmit ill Berrurnii: ,Lt snothei is expileettd to be .f(o med shortly . To retanil0one stalt', the i'ea wiiill need to field 10 teams by 19 1. thie interstaie juniiote cru 1,1al ..will. be lo1t in iAdelaidel dtfi'iig the weelt elldilng Juine 29.
COURSING MEETINGS Next Goulburn Fixture On June 1 [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 22 May 1940
COURSING MEETINGS Next Goulburn Fixture On June 1 -Uneertai nlly regard ing., the (ifle whefn the lighting alndl power restric tlons will'e llifted ha? resulted in the Show Coursing *Club deciding net to p ronatoe dtnlieg foSltusiir daty next. Tiifoileation receaved frem tlie secretaiy of the N.COA.," Mr. D.,artlett; whro had ben li touiclh with tlIle Sd1ney: Coniety Council gav0 little hgope 0t1at the 1 an en tile usO of powei would le liftied before .dxt Week at lenest. A lcoursingr neeeting l uhid been1 schedulel d 11 10to hel is nonth l ilt a'ill o(f. tieh C oltlilfi rn 'iat?,ib 1111 and Wh,;e?l~ltinil, :but it :is' unflikely" thifl tills f, ture will be ,held ieforre the middle, of i~ext ,montlh.' " ::i.:. A. eeotibg will he /0orgallised' for SatlIrdity. night week, Jluneie, Twith the proviso tlat in the event of thei restrct'onsll n 1ower (lot beinig lifteid before thatt date thle fix-ture will bte transfelred to .the. afternoon.
Ex-Soldier Shows Skill With Needle [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 22 May 1940
Shows Skill With Needle A needle and thread provide a somewlat navel escape from the boredom which more than two. months in a hospital bed has imposed on' an ex-servicemihn who is at present a patient at the D0% t crit H'osp?ital . . ." ," : ? A' expert in needlebcaft. thb e soldier, who serVed with the Imperii Forces during the Gr eat Michalel Patl~cik O!Keetewol unidersto~dd habi bee ony.a i e n'ollths in'Anstraia PIa.e 'stavel liug thuoogih the -Goobilrni rdltlt wlien war IdiabIblit~e letred to 00. an' extent thifalilWi's ?dilniltted iL hospital. on alch 11. ) liin flng funlii ta e thedhlobbylie hadike~ltd shi illn wa hdptas t atlatlgatention.b-i lls evtr~ei~ ~ki"Ithi lind~del enkd lik duedbdastifutl ti al hid sudilpeiclots and even lbedspreads A- nuh?iber of these have ,been eage y inogtliht It nd mll r ' of tie:ihe, hlii I f ud ihiedidca a good deed iias been hbone out bi O'Keefe who iin0 dedi to expressl his al'r?eclditionk 1 thle atteliolon .g yen liim ?y, the Iiospilal visIt...
APEXIANS TO HELP AT CARNIVAL [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 22 May 1940
APEXIANS TO HELP AT CARNIVAL Ooulhulirn Apexianis have roslionded with entliuslasm to the .iivltatioi rron the Ciltizens' Welfare Commit. tcoo to assist in the conduct of the street darnival for the Lord Mayor's Funid. The Apex Club's secretary, Mr. John Drumnmond, who was fecently aipolnted to the Welfare Conimit tsee, has been \vorl'inig tirelessly in the interests of the carilval aLld, itlh the .assistaiice of other eliti Inembers, .will conduct at lesst tw6 attraictidils it the. carnival. which w?| lie held on Friday,. and? Saturday ?fight?.t next. .. ...... .
TRAIN SERVICES [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 22 May 1940
TRAIN SERVICES :rt as 9 itail ittin bin yetei. liy tthit 2 al'eeilig ca.f6rr interstate liasseligoiis9 will. ibitahelid to tne .20(tfi.m.frain tii'in(im O rrai and 1.vllltlsefilnhlat0tlacliod to.tlihe Meioournc i'ipr ? ledie at Gotilljitn .at 11.,b .il I. Ilie Cauinh? ' r trin ra rierred to cuidii.hi it Qnembneyin wits the Itosfinskot .Expreissa and runii Mon d'iys to Sstiui'dlilye i-t Mondlays and Sa turdays, as si'ated iiieviously.