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"WIZARD OF OZ" Screen Spectacle For Empire [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 23 May 1940

"WIZARD OF OZ " Screen Spectacle For Empire The most important dog role in IIollywood's ,history went to Terry, a woa-year-olsd Cairn terrieri .chosen, after tests" of lhtndreds' of animals 'and inspection of photos of pet.dogs soirsubmitted .from all over0 the .United States; to play Toto,:Judy Garland's ::.friend and; protector in- "The, Vitard of Oz," opening, on;iSaturday{ at the ::',Empire. Theatre for ans engagement ::of one week. Terry caine iis a surprise. While t;lsthe .produccriof the pictUre, Melrvyn LeRoy, was searching for the (log, tCarl Spi a San: Fernando Valley + n: doo: fncleri .irfiifed. Terry for two "ioniths, toeahicng'all :the:tricks in the original L; Frank" Bauni book. i.Herefyour ~f"log;?.ll up ii' the: part; he reliorted, when he submit ted::Terry for inspection: Terry could fight, chase ia witch, olt up; "speak," to chatch in- apple tlcrown :from a' tree,: and took an iril 'siedlate. likicng to-' Judy.. Garland: Frainkl Moigan, Ray': 13algesr, Bert Laihr,'...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 23 May 1940

La-ery's. TAILORED OSTUMES Usually £5/5/ SOW £4'4 If F E Extra Trouse it your Suit to Measu e from £4'4' LAVERY'S - TAILORS Auburn St., Goulburn Phone 537 CASH OlD)EIS ACCIEPTED) k -m A UTOMOIIILES. houses . icycles . baby car riages irtd fllrniture . r. r only a few of the things which families find through the PENNY POST WANT AD col muns. They're time savers, money savers and trouble sav ers, and they bring you nearer to fulfilled dreams.

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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SHEEP AND CATTLE Firm Demand At Taralga [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 23 May 1940

SHEEP AND CATTLE Firm Demand At Taralga TARALGA: Messrs. W. H. Wheatley's stock sale here on Monday attracted a, large 'attend-, ance, including many outside'- : buyers. ..Tui'r' was a. moderate yard'ilig of sheep, these, comprising spnme ,ilce. lquality crossbred wekiners; and."ioungs merino' wethers and ewes:: 'The Disftrict Stock tip pectoii ,': MI. F I'Hldrled r l ws :presentt.,.aitid made a'ii;ef?ul:ttlInsleectionf ticks; aniid i?s ariesilt at ewv yairds ,ere withdiaiwn fromta sale ihe inlaket for 'hee? al, ^boiit equial' tob 'list' sale :foir .:'l qualityl sheep;? anihd i lit easlert fort?iged ewes andfwiether :.: `:: There wias. good ya ·. in of cattle, which ...'incluided :some. niceo thee-iyeiarld anld 't?woyelit':old?steers,, w?ith seveial 'yards - of nice lquillty poddies aitdl youmig sthers ind heifeis, with, several , yards ;i. of cows aind ,calves, and a osprinkling',of fats .anld springers. ' For ail classes; theie was 'an excellent :niarket. indl some out: stituiding...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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FLYING SCHOOLS Camden And Narromine [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 23 May 1940

FLYING. SCHOOLS Camden And : Narromine MELBOURNE, Thursday.::. Squad ron-leader f C. m.Bates, l formerly Chief Flying Instructor'at Point Cook, has been .appolnted.ý. Commaniding. Officer 'of :the :'new) Cenitral Flying School, 'Camden :(N.S W\.): The " Mfin - ister . or :Air 'MIr. Fairbairni, 'an-' nounced ,"that '.the .iChief Flyinfg Ini structoir at Camdiien;n ivich: ihas 'een: establislhed totiratin Ri .:A:Pinstruct ors, will be F,,light Lieuteiadiit ! G. °:, Colemoii. The frill establishlionitlof the school consisting' oP 'headiliarters,''a flying' squadronl of fo?'i flights f :and equip neosit,' accounititig,'and 'l\"dworkshops' sections u:,ll ultlitatedly conmprise 385 mieni:.Theredwil? e - perlmanenti staffr of 28. "flying; iigstiuctors.i;:The regular intake' of .potentiala:instruct-. ors, whent the' school ;is: in: full swingi will .be 55," comprlsiiig25 civil pilots and 30 service tilotsi;.n lidddtioiie",a link trainer iostructors' coutir be carried out ..; .-: ....: . AMr...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Appeal To Enlist Men Wanted Now, Says Minister [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 23 May 1940

Appeal To Enlist Men Wanted Now, Says Minister N hrslay In. rln SYDNEY; Thi dingwords, 'the Minister for: the: Army,;; r.M Street; called aoinAtis-u' ýtralia s: manhoodL to -enlist iii thei;'' "rhe rankss othesew divisions must be filled iatoncehe declared' The Govern'ment, hte 'said aimed?'t! ihave `the, i ti . .t l ,Di t isi?::"and : Co~rps: troopsi r'din 'nifiig, 'by',: the 'end:. ofr "June;:andt>ic '8thi Division b' the No other than strong words aree possible iwhei the mailed fist of ihe miaraudee fis thruist intof our very: faces,' sall Mr. Street li his: broad cast.:;"I appeal to Australian man hood. I:appeal for men. iThis' is io apipeal froni pan-ic, the? product: otf bads:; news ? and: anxious hours; . :: Whatei c tl?e nieis; lioniwei : -: :flie (da e.igs,'; ;1i'en iare illed.? If, to n ht e :t 'cimai?n : rmmlie.? ", ".rie C beated liBick in their tricks, tlhe. wa,'\ri'ill not'. be o.iver; 'This.: is : dtehrifiined,. a: ricleintless, and a i rutal !enemy we face.i. - "H...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Sulky Shaft Pierces Horse's Jaw [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 23 May 1940

Sulky Shaft Pierces Horse's Jaw A heavy transport lorry traiv:-.. elling front Sydney to Griffiths got out. of control on : tlii wet: tbitumen, highway -,wlien the ' i di'ver auilplied the braikes opp)ld' ,site'd .3larilba liomestepttt .';neiar, . Although tr&avelling ofnly slowly, the tiatlsport, crashed:litti ,the:'rear of Mi. Fred Colemnin' susll y. ? Mr: Coiliean was 'dl;Viitlg-shoep to -West bouinlie:r Fortuinately` 'Coleman got olt'tf etl siolliky~at tietop. of thie lilll atf id:is ivalking blside it. T?:e illctI Wiecked, the sulky ; tri foircel 'the etltl :of i?:iihaft thirought the: unfo.rtunate :lijorse'sjit,:inflict thg a. territble injury ?,ii: The idorsae wavin no?ag ony i .til Con staible :.g. 'A: Sharpe a.?ived' fr'oitt YasRs l andi :ended its . misery:: aiTli aiilmal-l whicht; beloigoed to Mir.'Tobl Eccles, was' valued at £ 20. It '..vi only foitr ea:rs old:· ,i tl:' wila.t . iirbki'o ii'?to' dtlrovallg It yould follaw Slieep )tvtlitoat t n;gi driven.

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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MOTOR CAR PROPOSAL Bill Before The House [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 23 May 1940

MOTOR CAR PROPOSAL Bill Before T .- he -House CANBERRA, Thursday: The Prime Miniuter, Mr. Menzies, strongly .de fended thb former Minister fori Cus:. toms, 'Mir. Lawson, in: the.House of: Representatives last fight wihen he move' the secoind reading of the bill: to execute the agreement between thd Commanwealth, and Australian Con iolidated Industries, Ltd.,, for. thc 'manufactu're of motor cars.in iAUs tiralia. 'i "MrI.' Lawson lian been'. maligned and occasiolially lie is still 'traduced. by whisperers in' corneis.',"'Mr. :Men-! ales said.i"If' this liidustry is ' estab li l?? he 1will e"l entitled to the ifuill credit." l Before the Housoe iet the' Parlia mentary Laboui Paity, decided to; support tlie ':secondi reading, of thls bill, but to move.in committee .fo:thi0 elimnination of the mionolioly clauises. It, is generally. believed that: Parlla mellt will adopt 'this course. A schedple attclched to the bill do: scribes the iirraingement betweeno the tiwo parties,, which' w as d...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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GESTURE TO NATION £1000 Gift By Yass Man [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 23 May 1940

GESTURE TO NATION £1000 Gift By Yass Man: Mr. Alex Shaw, of Cliftonwood, known       at the "Grand Old Man"             of Yass ; has made a magnificent   gesture , by deciding to make a gift     to the Commonwealth       Treasurer of £ 1000.       Mr Shaw notified the hon. Treasuser   of the Yass and District Patriotic War Fund, Mr. J. L. Wells     manager of the Commonwealth Bank at the week-end of his desire.   The Mayor. Ald M. S .Nash, Mr. Wells and Mr. Bert Mudge interviewed Mr. Shaw at his residence by   arrangement to decide definitely   how he wished the gift to be treated. Mr. Shaw was emphatic when he said he wished the money to be handed to : the Commonwealth Treas...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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Dutch East Indies Japanese Interest Is Growing [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 24 May 1940

East Indies Japanese Interest Is lGrowing . LONDON, Thursday: Tl'he notifica tion .to the Japanese Foreign Oi'fice by trhe German.Ambassador in Tokyo, Major-General Ott, that Germany rs not interested in the Dutch East In dies is'talten in .Tokyo to mean, first, that Germnlany waives any claim to the East Indies which might arise from the German conquest of HIollandl, and. secondly, agrees to any action Japan thay tlake in regardr.lto them, says t!he ;'eklifo correspondent of The Times. The- German: commnuniicatioln wirs made in .repliy to the notificlation giyeni to thie Europeran belligerents by lie ?Tili?fiandse 'Foieiign LMinister, Mr. Ariti,. of Jal.iin's intorest in tile main ternance of the status quo iin .te East Indies. '"The J.iapanlese newspalper Koluimini interprets tlbew German ireply. is "a blaick iower': of attorney." ". - Trhe iimlilications of -the reply go frurther than Mir. Arita's statement re quired. It also: ignores IMr. Atria's point itbout the status quo,. an...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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Banks And Overdrafts [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 24 May 1940

Banks And SYDNEY, Friila.y: T li Federal. Treasurer, MIr. Splndel'r, said to-day. that 'if the action of any banko in im-: Irol'orly calling uIp oie?erdrafts wad reporteld diireetly to ':hii b:he' boiuld tilie ,ippropriate cilo. ii: :.ie wiesareplyingtb aillegani ons' by hIr E;. C. Soinmeei'iid in: the ;New Sod.ith Wales Legislattlve .Assembly thiit, : ti 'dling biank, awhich' liid: its chairter in iEnglaiid wa s talingl stoeis* to call u:: Ilts ovcordi't fts:. Ji certailni clses0 and ciurtill, thoni iln others'. , Mr. Spcnder i id(dedl thiit lie had iailde itcleliar and di:d s .:iicabi,:a thitl tfr?,? as ie ib"rso zi"for lly ;banlk'o call upi veildriafis. mnieely for thile pIu' pose ;oft liivcstlngiii: sjf n??i' bunis: !.

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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AMERICANS ANGRY Propaganda By Nazis [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 24 May 1940

AMER:CANS .ANGRY Propaganda :: .By Nazis DE )EL" ) 'lt (Tes'?i), Thurnsday (A A\.P)i. An angry crowd oif 100 thlreatenid to. mIob three professted Nazi iagenil? who were distributing Germn fi."i' 6pia'ghndi here. " 0The: agents wecrem forced to ,leave lhe city wlth,' a police escort. They eeire wmilrned not to rletnu.n.' Louis l)eeliler, one on 1the ti'de, sliouteo: Tel re will: lihundreds to take oril Ilnes.!' ~··: : Whenr a memlhter of :iae Amncrii I Legion Idiihilded ith'. he :shouti aitito tlhe Ulnited Stittes glag one of the, Na :i s?said: :"sI 'That iitllr.ty rig ., MOVE IN CON.o ' .ESS SWASHrINGTON, Thursdl.a (L A,(. .P. ) u11m: Martii ']i)es, who Is. chliariil e f1, the HIoueof ltein'esetaotles commnit 'Je 0 on un:Amerlican :ictlitlios, .io ed 1 'the House that Nazi. ~Fscist andl Commilisti aliens:- as im i ell isi their symniathlise's ishmouldt b he xclutlded Irom the'i Unlted t tate' and:i that mliois i'hoiltil Iq deomrted after entryi ntlo thle counitmy i- it wa, 'ound::t...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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AUSTRALIAN WAR EFFORT Protest From Manufacturers [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 24 May 1940

AUSTRALIAN . :WAR EFFORT Protest From iK: Manufacturers lJLfOIJRNE, "ridiy: 'iPT CD Odk', sp?cret'rar: bof'"th: s'vict-lortti.i Chaifnbeth or %i intitiirctzerasaiid J. 'lay thht hiui?lrd?eli f Vr ictorlihlit i i. l Ihrodighout :tlihe' Coiimolwel i th 1?al calpableo0f :lor(iltoiclinig ~sme unit :of halu e' in-:thde wil ;:'effort; l.iid' :been striving ifruitiessl3yoi r oionths to obh taut .ordert.. S'They:: had :: feof iro d. to mantitfacture 't bledrock prices, because they ie. tllied, tLlie urgency of .the ?nation's needbut there had b`een no tesponse. 'IThe present' state :of ht'fahlrs wgas anomalous, he,,said. The s:oiiggestion tlht..th? cdh~ailmber was 'conficerned oily with liuakiiig.pro its-was so miuch:nonsense. Theyere every bit as atribtl ic a eh;,ei?h' "."; n ?e , , 'nt l r r to go tq -' i- y

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 24 May 1940

lParticularly smart in' appearance and another achieve ment for Ford engineers, the Mercury is in every way. a truly great car.

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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LAUGHTER GREETS MOTION FROM YASS [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 24 May 1940

LAUG HTERF GREETS MOTION FROM YASS Y ss I cil in s cir :tri letter I 'to "tNh? Gouliurnl City Cohnil ,hi? ? t '?d lit 'iglig. ' ;,asked" !dor- supporlt for a r.! iesolution, mnoOeth *if Ali 'l Cliar o 10- fili i1skin0 itllegiifoc to'i. tlo'ihenliillle'mie 'urgin g leople:. to' forfdet1 their h'fpolllcal, imi istit i?l]m? l'.,, sod dli;}i.dfferemi re, snil ist stie· a tiefiort ve' smm akmh .nt?hllammq :to wedge htr esei"V e " 0 eisillne;\,N?.hen iiomid rl p emue'o hiadl bees reo0tore1d0 "the: thoieis: Dit fori;,ard I • certhalm (att r te, t.?V. tl uat mimperild siii t lltiltsmn ittd M'e?neizies constL" ttte tirasceldemlt i?npeimimtioiitss to thile , oitli of. olii. I.m1oglrs L': a;nughter g1'e te1d theslilimhis'.sio?i of thie ltter, ill ! id! *(':l'h::in rli l l!l fbi, m(.ei 'hl] ..

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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IN THE APIARY [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 24 May 1940

"!IN ITHE ?APIARYI?? ViIl beeiscontract folul brood if the sugar syruf? fed to 'tOiolnt ferl, oiints~? Reasseuriig tn .inquirer on tliis poin t, the Aiiarist, Hai Itkvesbuir y'Agrictil tuiral" Colleg-e explalis that: foul brood is causedl by a specific organ ismn Bacillus larvae, which isust be introdilced eithoel:/in ictivp or late'lit' forni to tbti hive It c'ip be hitr. idicedl t? 'tlhe colony. ?uwittingly in a colitaninatldd food l'supplp3 .from an infected asplary, heic' th .caultion recoimmeuIded or it may be contract ed by a colony which engiges in "robbing' ani iinfected colony' weak ened lby thedisease.

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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GERMANS REACH THE COAST AT ABBEVILLE MR. CHURCHILL'S BRIEF SPEECH IN COMMONS Fierce Fighting In The North Nazis Secure A Foothold Over The Scheldt [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 24 May 1940

~R. CW~RC~ILLYS BRBEF SPE~CH sN COMMONS Fierce Fight i Ln .The Horth Nazis Secure A Foothoil Over The Scheldt LONDON, Thursday: "Abbeville is in enemy hands and heavy fighting is proceeding around and in Boulogne," the Prime Minister, Mr. Churchill; an nounced in the House of Commons to night. He said that the German armoured columns that had made their way through the breach in the French armies had penetrated to the rear of 'the Allied armies in Belgium and were now at tempting to derange communications. French Report "It is too early yet to say what the result of this coastal fighting may be," :he said, "hbut it evidently tarries withitt mplications of a seri ous character. . .. 'Meanwhile General Weygand is in.supremIo comnland alnd is conduct ing operations involving all the Al lied( Armies, withlii view to restoring and reconstitiuting' a -combinedl a iin "tes' ,, ., . . The French. High. Comlintnd n-111 jidunced to-day .:lit .French 'orces had :pul.hedt to the.outsklrts .of C...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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"WIZARD OF OZ" Coming To Empire To-Morrow [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 24 May 1940

"WIZARD OF OZ" "omisi 'To Empire To -Morrow SA city of geat ,green buibbleS which' ser ve aso hbifdses t-ifoied of flexiblo tes 'whii.?; ri:ch out -with their irliiche~s nS.thduglh they were human ai'ns, ;and. fat'i?~tlic fielils wvitol giant flowers Wiiih Zinovel like 2hiinsns, ire aifilfolftifOs ifh lis i'f'tnisic anesi Whicl Ltaidl the :inrgeidliIty of skilled l:l-lly, \yoodl'itedlcchi iciins anld alR amnoog, the scettings ?:1n?0.':.The XWi'rd. of :Oz,' filinisatilo1n f .the 'L ; K, k 1B3urm fantiasy, whiclh domes to othe ]Jmpirr Theatre. to-nlorrilow fo one e week. .' :One o: t:t me 05l51 i ioiab te sets rec reei'd's tfhlie E.ierld Cit, hbone, of tlhe faibled\i dr?itid il" s the pictui?e:.'I repi:sets ~s,,rat ,hollow emri',ld t1id0 ,t1'il emerald spires: A glass-lik' coli pouietl wes. ?tled 1 ? itlf~b ysiu'iloi c?leniis:ts,- coloured i;ieneirld :green, n lililier the play oBf lightifng effects ? eentetd lau'zling a?id ; irri descint. al'faces ror the technicolobiii In whilch the...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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From Everywhere Meat Inspections. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 24 May 1940

From Everywhee " Me1 t. lnsillio s. . .,, - In his relort .tto yoster(lay.'s mol.tL lng ot the: Mulw'recb Shirei Council,: - thc Health Inspector, Mr; D.; A:.Jurti,: , stllated hatd luring: theo. paist i; onoithi: 295 cattlei; . 174 sheep andi:86B pigg , had .bcoon .slitfigli'tord?bit the v:.arioausti. s la9 tll ta i ll tis o s h': i u h o a . - ' , Quarry Closedc Downi .j . ' I: . Ilkis' 'reio . t i liifngtlit's' m eet, iel ing ''or the :City Council theI Cily 9n-D n ;.r i Nl,. W . I;l:' Minitzn slated that:: tlellotaivillo ci.arry Was closdfibd!own 'i 1oL1 1May012..Mr., Muntrda^dd th1ru Ic)'oiM'lstrcti'o? .ws 1now5 10 in idrP :?es i 0 . re.l t nfe.,?iew ,anin t;, *iiachli '.,'i il warm : p rt were1 , otb11 an' .: :,'il ' "·i '" a 'ii : . .. Free Advcrtisig; ·:.''Folloloving .a [I .disllsioli inl collninlit lce, t bl1is 'riIlt'o"i,'leetinf;, 'ol tlie City Council decided tlif;?it cboild nol ac clde ?o a recli?lt ireq'uet .iy tlhe Six ,Hour0 'Day .Colhilittceitliatt :a. nolice 'boii...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 24 May 1940

CopqCre at~i~ Ist 51,00 Relieved by Immunisation a eatment ? n n" B" without jcti or Drugs Base on the researches of the famous Louis P tcur, the imm nisation treatment known as Lantigen "B" hs relieved thoi ods of sufferers from Catarrbl, Bronchitis, Broncel al Asthma, Antr m and Sinus Trouble when other treatmnents ave failed. Lant en "B" is taken through the mouth (n few dro s in water nigh y) and provides benefits previously only availa le through pain I and expensive vaccination by injection. ly at ach ig the acttalF underlynlug Lantigen treats fir t - then imlnu catse-l ilent germs which castoS nises. Only such cvaccine treat: Catlrri Lantigen "'" actuatlly mIllOnt cati offer so ayll acthanttages ' ere5oves it conditions respollsible ill coutlllteracting bt terial disorders. for tinuous poisoning.of the system.lIt, gives REMARKABL BENEFITS g...ine o relief Ex-sufferers tlhrot il bii u sttralia and sltprevents the aliter slieiding st 'lis on so-called recsrt'once ofe.ttn-, "cou...

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PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 24 May 1940

PERSONAL ; lrh Pl'. ill IMu litl,; of. Joshita Str.1 t, W a -p tient fit tile Gotilbur District I 'i. ? A. Prichard, Ain. tt ill Shire Engineer ivwas girandted .i wcek's leae , f. absence it yetsleridiiy'n:imeeting f•. the IMul.maeo IShiro 'Cbouncll. ' rBiyce r .?IoopCr- of 1Wialker Sti eet, Go lbuti u:uiit,:? fthe:P.D.S. staf lias ieclived' ?itli"lcitioi ; with certificate i6''.:toni" ,-ilonngw y uandli Roi?ert "on of hisiprbofilfency Ii Prac tich! .M recantlilo lb-k keepllg "" .. Cr. D: :M.Bro dhead; who hias' been i.tipaient:a t, the iDlstrict et Hospital for Pever.?l weekls' pant ;,wias grianted three , uo'nthoi' lele,iv 01' ahbsenc ::? it ',yetor diayr's nietling.odf ttie?Ml,{aree Shire Councii.0 Corunil .anc gailn t olmnided iti nmiinpath'i "\iItli': Cri'. Brodhead. in re saild o t:,hls:'eis ieent aieldeit.

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