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HOW DO THEY DO IT? [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 6 May 1940
-HOW DO THEY DO IT? NEW YORK: Citizens of Montclair, N.J., had a mighty. pretty letter in their mail. The letter, from Mayor William E. Speers. and,. Director of Revenue and.': FIntinc'e Bayard -.' Faulkner, osill that the town treas iuiy had a sirpliius of hilf ,i? million dollars "What: do yeau think ?'":said tle letter,' "ould .oi i iatiie:redluce thie' toi?nt's:'- 'ideit ':iotiei?"? ?5;oc evin £100,000 to icut 1940 taxes or. cut 1940 'taes thle full 120,000? The enclosed I ostcaridi is for youc judoment . , Wheni Montclair.'s: :taxpayes halid, calmled dowwnli- -ifficiently 'to reply, they" answered that they would, take the :.£100,000 cut in. the tax rate (whichl:. was already the lowest it has:been in 13 years), and reduce the town' debt.
History In Glass Cases Museum Holds Wealth Of Exhibits. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 6 May 1940
HIistory In Glass Gases Museum .Holds 'Wqalth Of Exhibits: hiib issUI the 0 years sil i cst a estb lishment (Goulburiit's ,Techno. logincal Iluscumn lhas p5roved an ' undinfinishing souirce of inlerest slot only to Goililurln peIople, but to manys of thtose .who visit this city. fromn timre to time. First located;i t II Me anic' Institute bulldingil the: museunm' de veloped hanili tl hand with :Goulburn's growth, and [was remnioved to the Tech nical College upobn tliihe erection of that: building iii 1900.:" According ?to r.?i.: G:. Collier, care taker' of the college .fort 38 y-years, the iLuseui?-?'s wi placed in e ;tbe col lege probabl1.:in; 1902-i".';'''.,': : There;,.the ?.museum;)has, :remaineod nsice and ,its:ipopularity is ex'empilfied .by the fact that it-is consen?atively estimated. thit :600: ;.;'visitors- pass throiugh i't? each I,month. ?;'Thousaids. of people, incliling some fromin over seas, other; States atnrdpractically, allI parts of New ?south Wales, hae:'sign-: e...
£175 FOR CATHOLIC SCHOOLS [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 6 May 1940
£175 FOR CA THOLIC SCHOOLS As a result of the St. Patrick ?, Day .celebrations in Goulburln' this year, more Lhan £175' has.. 'been made available for distril-. hbution i between St. IBrigid's" S1:vianary School; South Goulbuiri, indl thed. Sacied.l Heart Scltoo North lottibirn. The financlal 'statement,; lw,hich was presented, toga tmeeting: of parish-i tiners In St. 'Patrick. Hall last: nightt, disclosed that the . total ; rtceipts: anmounted to £296(75/, while expon diture totalled £113/19/6, leaving, a profit of £182/5/i. This was ap portioned on the basis of school en rolments, St. I:rigid's recelving c105/15/, while ,170/10/ was al located to the Sacred H-eart School. Stbalance of £6/0/6 was carried for ward: Chioef sources of revenue included ý685/7/6. from the sports meeting and £50/12/3 from the concert. Stalls conducted.a-t the sports yielded 165/17/8. while collections amount di; to £,69/13/6, including £41/;7/6 .cllected by Miss M. .McGilvray. General expenditure totalle...
Tenders Soon For Canberra Hospital [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 6 May 1940
Tenders Soon For Canberra Hospital ,CANBERRA. ,Monday: Tenders will:' be. called this month for the ei.eotion. of a new 164-bed hospital at Can'berra,: on the site originally set aside for- tile building when. the Calnital' -was planned. ' ::'The' .Fedeial Minister fop Health (i.ri; Thorby)'- said at the week-end that the? iw\vtork" should begin 'by the rend 'of Jiine. I-Ieoped' the building Iwon!ld ;be :-completed within a year. I:Thereivlul .'be' 140 beds in , the igienial:' hospital and 24 In the infece tiois; ?iai'ds. --lThe : hospital }would be one of the best fitted and most.modern in Aus tililla raid ,thje Minister. It had been 'designed to provide a maximum of selvice. ind efftclenov for a mini muni of cost and labour.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 6 May 1940
1L0 .FI.Y A1 ' ' ) N 'U E SLY 1TR 1 (III IC yer/1toe;bpiM I.ts. de eiy eea es it can ob' taat, u orr.?rive ulnd repay by w y onstalinents.. of-- 10, 5/: £ , 5/; £20, 7/0: £25. 7/6. Loans on furnittue, I)ianos: sewine machines' eo, lho possession No de? retj rlliv? T N~. . .ONTI' ll8r' . epo.t Ion Tandivestmennt Company Lmitt SUBSCRIBED CAPITAL £400,000 EI.S. & A. Bank Chalnberl Cnr. Montague and Auburn Streen Telephone: Gouibu?n 485 TARALGA .This paper is on sale at A. L. HENDRIE'S each afternoon. Advertisements or. Subscriptions' . may. be left at GOODHEW.BROS..;?" : Newsagency a4' ABLANKETSL 1. :o . ~ALL MERINO WOOL WITH EVERY PAIR OF GENUINE "PHYSICIAN" BLANKETS PURCHASED DURING MAY GENUINE "PHYSICIAN" BLANKETS 54 x 78 35' pr. 3 x '1 45 pr 72 x 90 59'6 pr 99 x 81 69'6 .pr ': ?' :, " Genuine 'Physician" Blankets are 1ib0 per cent. Pure Wool no better blank s are made for luxury,: vaimth, beauty and long wear. Maale from special'ly selected long' fib e MerlnoWool -the o y i...
CRITICISM OF AUTHORITIES IN ENGLAND Scenes From "H.M.S. Pinafore" Recalled By Happenings [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 6 May 1940
AUTHORITIES IN ENGLAND Scenes From "H.M.S. Pinafore" Recalled By Happenings C O:DON: Hovn many people in uniform do you think are installed in" the civilian, Minist.y, of Sup-. ply, idoil: largely civilian work? The: Sundayy Express unlderstands that jist now thI1CO itlr e: 1 LICUT I GENERAL 4 MAJOR GENERALS. 12 BRIGADIERS 22. COLONELs 29. LIEUT:COLONELS 70 MAJORS and 36 CA PTAIN Thit qll otI. as it mlay seem, is not too uneusai in W\V i itnn ii ati t 2moinmenti. ] eveiy i veninleiit office in moire ail.loniem i iilett Sti et ttan the Fleet,:of, brigadiers who hlihave lever commanded t 'brigade and y!i.ing officers who V don't fli 'ly. ( "H.M.S. PINAFORE" They all w?ui toe" 'uniforims, and when they, issue out to lunlc, naking Pall Malli'. look iathei,' like. i scente frorir :H.M.So. Pinafore," ; they return the salutes, of t?eo men who have been on ..lie Nortil Zc: Patrol or fly ing? overoi leligo!and.', What else do they dot On: e confided that ie had never yet been asked to do. a...
LEADERS WILL URGE MEN TO MAINTAIN STRIKE Queensland Miners Expected To Vote For Work [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 6 May 1940
I.EADE)S WLL E UR ME? TO MAINTAIN STRIKE Quyegslanhdl Mfiers Expeted To Vote for WorI' * SYDNEY, Monday: "We w:ll recommend to the miners (hat they fight on," said the president qf the Combined Mining, Unions (Mr. C. Nelson) yesterday. Addressing yesterday's I-May D'ay .meeting in the Donain, MAir. Nelsonl said: "If the 'tilke continues for another fortnight tile economy of Australia will be .paralysed. "Mr.: Menzies' determination to in troduce free labour will br'illn civil war, to the coalfields. "There. will he a repetition of the Rothbuiy affair of 19"9, wnen several of our comrades were shot dlo n. "Tills will not be the responsilility ors the mininlg unions; but of the Fas cist tendencies of the 'l ederal G," erllnlent. "We . are now :reiteri)ng .the niinth. week of our ,fight;, but v.e areju?st.ac determli led ?,lver to: continue," he said. "If thie Feierail Government sue codsl in snnshlling the combined illoin ing iulions, thel It' will inl turn smiashl every otherl uiion....
KILLED IN MOTOR RACE AT LIVERPOOL [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 6 May 1940
KILLED IN MOTOR RACE AT LIVERPOOL .SYDNEY, Monday: Winning a heat inl a mo eor cyele race at. Wethdrill arkli near Liverpool, yesteiday, Noel Brendon Briggs, 21, Pritchard Street, Aubrbirn, received injuries from which lie died. : As Brlggs crossed the finishing line at nearly 60 m.p.h., tile engine of his cycle suddenly seized. :Briggs was thrown over the handle bars, but still held, on. The qycle behind him, ridden by Stuart Riley, 22, Violet Street, En field, crashed into Briggs, carried him for 15 yards, and then toppled on top of him. Riley' suffered a dislocation of the right elbow, shock, and abrasions to the face and hands.
WOMAN KILLED AT TAMWORTH [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 6 May 1940
WOMAN KILLED ,, AT TAMWORTH TAM'VOR'IH, Mondaiy: A. woman w as killed :and six piersoniS, tInjured Slien: imiotoi c:. ssliuck: din eln?dtriIc liglit piist 11 inles, fonm ?i Tai 0orth l n Sati(rday1 KILL ED Mrs : a:lu?: d ii ary, Piirk, ,7 1 ifed' ? oF Geoirge Gibsoni Purk, \eli k·iswnin?lam worth: gradier. ' S iNJURED cGeorge GibsonPli P irk hiem of the ciir; fractuiired jiw .aifid is Miss Ails Inbhielipe Roiei o Bi-isbains.e Stireet, Ta1 l Wit li 'issir'i i. s Irs. P :il t?'ractluredil ii0 ;."0 f??e wosmills ls : . Scott .:Cobb: 34:.l3iinil danjighteri of lMs. Pu k, comntsiostn: andi shock - Mirs. Charles Cobb. G Qi 1150 e Qonesi: liand, nmotlier- in-lat?Iu "of' ? ? '`Scott, Cobb,;; coiicusiomit l;ieiil dI oil :' Desntsond Cobol, sonalt oftis Scot Colib, b i biii ses iimild c tii on -:, ::
COOL DAY AND COLD NIGHT [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 6 May 1940
COOLDAY ' AND : COLD NIGHT; thle, coast (nd. tililela fns::and hin: thea dirthi easth e lfiiti'rtori:' eteidling. to niorthen.i?boii.der districts iie elsewhore in tltheStfteSf9theprlie 'selnt;cool to .iioderte'day; tern Ieriituredf'.e cold ?inlý ht?'` onerally ;,; oioi ny, nmists:and fogs loInthe eiisterl l dlstricts; ,somle lila'd fioatsisouitli to outh -east 'wnlds ,foishon ,paits-, 0o illc e-tc(\R
TABLE TOP (Copyright.) NEWSPAPER FEATURES LTD. PUBLISHED BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 6 May 1940
By Eden. Phillo tts ; (Cpyright.) NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED BY FEATURES LTD. • SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT Three days later they awoke to their supreme experience, anid out o the brief blaze of 'a setting sun caine a" good landfall at last: . Captain Cost cialled thenim uii" t his- little bridg?; swepit off ,his: cip, anid :pointed int the sunset:-.. our island-: lady a~d genitle meii!, lhe :said' .as though ..he ?weroe a ,onijurer:id . had:'just. suiionied' :Tabletop froni:: tlie depths :of.tlih C}"IAPTEflR 1 : The 'isla nd looked. litke a sma'' sll: black dslug crawrling'with lifted ?horiis ildon'g the: edgeof a purple tsei? Butt 'ihovde 'the. twin lieaks that'ascended tbotii south" there hung. a-' heavvy c'loud: of+ vapour "spreadling; faiiise? "and" dimringb!the' glory, of.lthie.wivesti eini ; , sky!:i? ithe watchers i.eclai iiied, at the miniute sihe of the place,: but Captain ',Costa reininded them that it was still five-aniid-twenty miles dis tance. :':It is small without doubt," he said, ...
THREE DIE IN SMASH Cars Collide Near Canberra [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 6 May 1940
IN SMASH Cars Collide Near Canberra CANBERIA, Monday: Three men were killed and' 12' others, including all six members of one family, were injured on Saturday night in an ac cident on the'road betweei nC lnberra cnld Queanbeyan. Three cars were involved. ' The condition last night of?,three of the injured was; Critical. One of the cars with eight 'occu pants ,struck the. seconid car on' t..e driver's side' and- careered for" 200 vards: before it overtlurned several timesi and.crushed beneath it" althirtld car which' was travellllg in, the op nsosiie direction. Nine.people are be lieved to lhave been in thi'e third cair. Those: killed were-- Lewis Henry Egan, .2-, labourer, of-Manuka, Canberia. :' Ronald James Hall;:26,:labourer, of Griffii;h. Canberra. Patrick IHayman, about.35, address unknolin. 'ihe injured werie: Geolrge IReginnld. Gouge, 35, generall aibi-aions, shock,. aind coticussion; rt?. Marul Gouge,2S, revere abrasions and shock; George Gouge, .11, frac tured thighl Willia...
LATE WAR NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 6 May 1940
NEWS Thie leader of the British Liberjal Party; Sir Archihald Sinclair, in a broadcast to France; emphasised the imjiortahice of unr;on between France and Great' Britain. H?e said that the Allied niatiois would not realise their ontds until. Germllny' was beaten, but vittobry' ilone could niot give them whlat they w'ere fighting for. That tould- be: reached 'only. by patietit aind ,. constructively statesmianship;, bringing' about: lastingg lieaicd undetr t'hei giidtance of :the British' andil Freich 'Government is. 'Four thiousand Polish troops ;wh'ol elrolled in France, have''been taken' to Norway, .'helire they are: fighting the Georln;us. W': ien 'His Holiness the IPope cog-. cl'uded tiil aiddrlss :yesterday he"made a strong appeal for peace iind, that Italy might be sparedl the horrors of 'wai'. H sHaid it was a- time for: all Itallains. to pray for peace.o His H11 ness received-'a renimendous 'bovaition, whiich liisted't for it' least e fit minitste. the tiir belngi rent with....
YOUNG WHITE WAY [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 6 May 1940
YOUNG WHITE WAY Young Chni'ber-t o iCOnimerce!i'l' to be. informed 'that the' ?Municip1al Corncl wouldibe prepared -to istall a white ,iway rat- a rate :that ; ould approxinate .t an annual 'cd?tof, 30/ for each ight ispaced 15 at ias n the ben efitedýy are'a. A ?irecommendsa tion.:by the ;finaice " committee that the chimber be so 'advised was iadopt ed at, the litt couinciln meeting.","
GIFT BY GIRL GUIDES Civic Pride In Their City [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 6 May 1940
GIFT BY :GIRL GUIDES Civic Pride In Their City :Demonstrating theo chlic' pride, the?- Gulburn Girl Guidles and b dl' wnies formally handed; over t' the Maiyori, -Ald.: T., ':. Ianiob 'on Sattida'y ". nornin ab seat ,which:ill face the Ai b Street .:frontage a- ifie:mor:. In' officially hsndini g over [,the gift; the' captainof;the troopMis'syAigi. said' that'`last- year the movement lhad decided5 o present somethigi'to thecityLt ast September the ity Counclil'had-:ieein apprioached" :witli as viev to ,receivi ng fthei.t pprovai?, addi ed Miss Ayling; iwhoTdePclared that tlie euslein i of ithe Gui'des: toge'ther rwithri i.inscniption, woulli he pi1ced '- anly.speep? e inT h Goulburni 'new very little about the Gnuide movement which . endavoiured` to: train thie chiild ren to lie goodd citizens, iMiss ! ing then foi malli h'anded over the;gift ·iThe Ma yor Ald T. P MIanion silddi thattthe city ,would deeply appreciate the lfine gesture of the Guides'-and Brownies:' "This imoreini -',...