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ON THE RANGE G.R.A. Teams' Shoot [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 13 May 1940

C RA T i n T e asi soot hr u t A'i. ,;'.?:?teami' ksli'oot? w'as tf|red *mv~'e1? '.th~(~IO",aidsi.ngebY tle Oji - bur Retlf 'Amir idJ )4lac tlinch ifl' 4 CliiGnbonbtshrdayaicruoion i CI,.?liiditionis e??re' ai??, buti the chainiging light ubset' nsarks 's e ::?iildto.h 0: C-' I ?asl ersistagd a .-ver; : inieritorio"-isijerforh'ince: to I:regliter a" ':p os?ible off i'tlie 'ri fl e.:H w ftol To;ivwed 'by 'T; Geg 39 I , '.Ross 18 aind W:i;ll: Tirbli ienbic! 48. a'~ ~~oid ibj '::' Theb trea~ uier'sta team l'.ro'rveydd to'' godfor 'the 'secrcitary 'tea Twini Sning il lbl; ilmintsSenis??eise ;: '::* 'sTeiiurer's'iTeasini, 259. 0le e1? . 35?;, .T:. G'egO:' 39-'9 :i~i ?H. ?:ie?rA 48"? ;':'W I3uss-'38'T P.)lunsisersoss # ) ,Seereti:rs. Teaiis, 2,4828.5 (Hasr? Rolss'36,Tliec1 l3os 138 .Ji Osos 35 i Jo:hin'tsoin, 32 .1T-oh nstoi,.:ne3 i T,': os:: ni .be 2' 8" H :fPl-etchie "2 02 .; ."::V t'd~s '.:24i' )?~:J·'-·::,: '?''..: : · ?:::"',;.',.:,. :. :::Next :ssttu?Y tliy-l t btcl ill: hold0 '.a s...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CRICKET AVERAGES Wanderers' Club [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 13 May 1940

* uCRICKET AVERAGES i,;i ·Wanderers' Club- ::. '-":iWando'ic is Cricket C lulb. batti?g and bo'liiig averuges for the 19.930 40 seaisoln atre: U I T 1-S "'" "i"?'w: ":' :: In. ,R " :I-I S ',. .?A v.' ,' L Sleior 12 55(0 134* 1(0 Kt Quinn 30 2S0 1q3*'2 ::K·T::S'idie?<:."· ·l .. c ] 2,? ?5 6: 1a c ? :,46,i? L-.lcAlsliiste. 15 0 41 .0 l.:;.21 5: Jf.- Norris -.19 :3 05 1 7 3:-' 20.15 54 Jobno' r 15 248 58S*i 1(S :t MicAhlbiloi -1.:'1 4 1 ;10 ."1:s, * not out .Also: battr'l :Ioole. 9.2; R. Slyte 9-1:-J--Mall 0 7, L AIlchy 5 7 II1 . Mothldgyi 21 i -:'S Burns 3 e.,.inni?s.. for- 34'suns SBO1VLING :.'tR~i McAllster -?8 '.:5 a 53 21 1?: '8 J Mills . 129 805 24 24.10 : Q:Ic ;; 'uinn 90 ,?5 2" 2 ::: 27 2 . L .Sioler' ,t 6 9I :5.il 17 30 ,50 M ,obso:? ' ,.277 38 "7.1{: Fielding points and most number ·;, o' >i?>?lcl dii~si~v~;hpilfi ts Inneel d:y .mL!.;ib? o:f. catches isre -both anneed .by M-I Jobson (seven catches) ;&, ' i

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE NEW CABINET [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 14 May 1940

THE NEW CABINET S It is impossible not to; feel s:::.atisfaction with the new British: Cabinet. Never before has: there .:jbefi such a' Cabinet, onenw:$hichi ::: '. :ially-represents the: whole orgi~ m, unity. During the iGreat' War a . National Cabinet. ?was. formed! '' but th Laboir;Party idid n oiint'jifi S in. The leaddrs of: Iabodfiii.i those days, Mr. Ramsa'?MacDonri ald was the chief of thiem ,stood out. He did not join :'in until the depression times came, and:" it ii doubtful if the desire for:national unity in those days animated him: so much as the desire for office a. desire which must comd ,to ',il men who have been long in olppo' sition. in any event, vcry few io' Sthe' Labour Party went over with :him, and he found himself lead i inig, instead of the whole Labour movement, about a dozen, -not miore. The present Cabinet is a ?:i truly National Cabinet. In the Svote of approval two Independ i ent Labour men, who had always S spoken against everything,, could not alter t...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 14 May 1940

do theyp lo k at Fiftee : Stand even or eight feet fronm a nmirror hlqding this advertiscment r against yo body so that it is rcflccted in the mi ror. Turn it slowly at different a les until the lines 'run dingonally. Now'loo carefully at the lihce in the mirror wvitli;onc eye at a time, and , at any angle, one t of lines appears darker than the other set, ii should S consult Gi and Beeian about your eyes AT ONC This is only one 'sia ple test for poor vision. ' At Gi , & Beeman's you .will find the most scient ic instru S ments for i 'e testing. One of eighteen expert refract nists will attend you 1und prescribe the exact glasses you need. Expar Eye Service for your b nefit Gibb ceetman will test your eyes with the finest optical a piratus yet S . invented and make the exact gla.sses should you need them i their own optical labora pries. Don't neglect your eyes on account of y r finsncial position. Co suit us with regard to th2 method of obtainin our expert eye service ai gl...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OLD-TIME SOCIALS [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 14 May 1940

OLD-TIME SOCIALS St. Nicholas' Old-Time Social Com mittee recently held another of tholi popular old-time social eveningsi when a large crowdl of satisfied: patrons ldancedl to a good range of music supplied by a Goulhburn or chestra. Extras were supplied by MIr. W. Hall and MIr. P. Travls (p:ano accordeon and violii), while lMiss Watson and Mrs. W. Smith also gave assistance at the piano. The suppler arrangemne?ts were. ably attended to by the ladies' comn nittee. A feature of the social was con tilnuous dancinig whilst supler was being servedl in the new room re centlys made available by the efforts of 'another committee workinsg for the we!fare of the parish. '- The next dance arranged by this committee will be postponed to later i;"thei sanle week. This will he ain's' t ti'id.

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RED CROSS Goulburn Branch Activities [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 14 May 1940

REDCROSS S ActivitieS : T.he monthly meeting.b of the 'Gotilbliril Red. CroSs Coinmittee was hield at the Towni Halll under tilhe p iiresilency. of M'Irs.: W;. : Harris: . . . :'iPrsent"t were:j MIesd?niee MadYrude (treasutrer), luller,' ''Suthwiaiel, Aldubon:M, Haidfield, Dirkie, L ang toni!d, l, Wilc' tsiett, Hodlle, John fitoned W(,ass secretahry)' Ilses, 'D;, Bafxter and. Haibh (hon: secretary). The Roil Cress YoungearSet was-ric treedhted. by Mrs, la Dtisfuf?y (pross M. ,irs;. Hariii:- exte d d; ,:.,el comn to MIrs :Hoddldc at new membei o the corimttm;h d thiite nol thiked heir hr ,lundertai eR ' oli?..el'c.dtIBt ofi 'all' the membiii?e?rs'feesi":'< ,:·".:: ::'::i . I:::t wvas announced:that. Mrs. 'ihscon had offered'4heii:Iie dCress lier buittoii: hole maclhinebiitithe' secretitia aild replied ;.saying: that; all sewing wav :taken away; :, n.Irdl rthinedtr finisihed. Mi; Gibbson! :ivasi'ihattikcdu,' for her genierousi offeri; i; . 'GLOOMCfHA',ER b ',:.:·;.? ·: &...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Social News [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 14 May 1940

Sodal iNews :Ini celebration of. the christenieg f,:" their: son,., lin 'Phillip a;: t St. Saviour s. Cathedial on: Sun day EIMr. and; Mrs. Cyril Evais ?.fterwards en tertained , small gatlierling oftrirends at-the' Flreside 'Inn Thie: christeniig' gown! was, kindly:lent by thie baby's •gr:ndmlother,, I.rs BiBllings. of Ash2. fieldl:-' i·. : ::·!i'f '~ '-To day- r arksIs the? olden wedding of r: an dd Mrs:i Arthur C JIBarrett; ',e 252 :Anzac'?.?ariiadle;,?. Kensingtorin The:': ?edil li 't took' place ijat .'St Siour's,'Goul burn', and was ,per fbrmied by.ithelate 'Archdeaon al fie'd T. Puddicomlie: MrB Barrett.is :a son of; tie' late' 21 r'Edvinr Batrrett, of Rosemont, aind"'irs. B?r?ett" ('Einma Lobuisa);, a dauighterlo:f thelate Mr. Posepli'sJshin R'ichardison of bGouiburn: T Phe, golden :w-iedd ngu- f ,Mr.: and Mrs Andreii Duidiey Gradd of 15 George Street;? Relfern is being cele brated) today. d li: The ,wedding tdok ilace in St.:.,Savidur's],Pro-Cathedral,' Gotilburiin a.R iwas...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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PRODUCER [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 14 May 1940

PRODUCER Lawrence Cecil, soldier-pro ducer, who commanded a Trench Mortar Battery iin the last war, and afterwards pro duced London and Broadway shows, is to combine his ex periences to produce the war in Palestine for the A.B.C.

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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LICENSE WAS DATED BACK P.M. Comments On Procedure [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 14 May 1940

LICENSE WAS DATED BACK P.M. Comments On Procedure After' a SydneYmanl ha id been "bdokedl by the Goulburnn police. patiol foi driviig ~4 lorry svith .out: h license oli Feliruary 14, he -.sehcured a license dated Ibck to Novedibeir 1939. This s.ins stated it the Gobulburn Police.Coui.t yesterday,i:vhen Ray imfoid ?illlioml Collins; of 228 Parra:. lhiatts Reoiil, Petershiniam was flied 10/,'lihi -8/ .cbsts, in ni, ex-phi'tle issli:e in ':wiicli he sw's charged ?lth tlinalig driven: without a licenise.C0ol. hlis was also. fined' 30/i with 87 costs, f::or ',iving exceeeded l.30: mile. in :hour: in iahbuilt-up a'rea.; Consfable ::Caie, ;, f : .the policee ireless 1 :patrbl, said that. on Feb uarny 14 h.ie san the defeindant drliv iig i motor. van north 'in Lagooni Striet. Whlen asked :'to prodicde his license, he said that he ild -idol have it e'tl buidiliiad f1)hist he haid hldhd a ?icellise'f?r1; ? yea0rs. : :-:-Defeidanit was :sl Scitueit ly titei' viewed by Cbiistable I-aiidobkc al ...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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In the Garden Dinner For Eight [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 14 May 1940

In the Garden - Dinner For fEit . BY ONE WHO HAS - "'Nw,; whlere. should; Iplaht. this?" iHave .you ever.: : :.: bated this. question :as:. yoUi pioudly- collecte'soni, nsew.. , treasure for your garden. .. . !Maybe :yoiuve also wonidered ?Wiy:. a particular; lilant ifn your garldenr was looking. so mlsera'ble whiloe Mrs:-O Over the-Road's .ilelitlal 'bush. wasi ~a ic" ture of:-liealth!: anld loveliness'.:.'.;" .Mbore i.thn!:ilikely -::the, explanatloni lies in the situation.oe the: plant. Suis anid.- shade,:wind: and, wveathe?r:pliy, j ist as important ai part in the .wevll. beingo a :-plant as soil and corfrect'. 0odd. STo quote ? glarling, exaiple: :When motoring.through Klamhi.:a lhst.: Feb i·uary my' atten'tion was.:drawn, t- a nahgnificent display :of: hydlrangoas grbowing along tho front of a bunga low; They olooked :s6'o cobl anid fresh! sha(ded by the house fisom the ho0t, afternoon sun?i. , " In'front'of afhouese ou~the opposite ildeo:: tol ioe road' grew.;to great .itimbe...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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CASE ADJOURNED [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 14 May 1940

:Dig CASE: ADJOURNED hen al'e ';.icase 'in h; ich Di"na2ld b?oh b tii th?dl.?ii.:g- '.i: .a oti i/r' o c' :.o r iin o..: Sitqot 0 1ial3 dp:i'd: Oleh;illiindei tho: in risne ''o;.6T^''fdfrink' ,bsd:' alrowitl txIy ingj in da;:'50e,(langerolis '.to'the puellic ?;wns ca'il(lisdi. l tlhe Gouiust Pollce: Courw.'i yestid'y, Mi.. .; . ;B1l3.; fof- Ml l·;'.Iai .It; DuPffy;s offrice ,splccese*' .i'ily applied, tfor'.^rei'i ii~iad'unitil June', 1:l.Tbe policep(llce llnl.,nol,:'oppoge..a fur thor applicationly;' b'Mr aler that lbs iordler oflflofeituro;in jjregardl( to deTendsnsii a reocognlisance on the fih t ciliuirgio.shoulld reniaii..,ii the C.P.S. oncc'fpor. asllinir periodr .

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 14 May 1940

Thlis cremrne is great friend to mi dile aged women I'id lc-a1gedI wolmenl; Y'ihl, it lt leglct ed thleir.:skin, would.-look old ts the. hills'' .or liko :'0 O loth Hubbloard," iput theil'sklcil the re of the .famou- dCrel , CharI osno and are liappy inll .t now dge tIht it i.is protelcted: frc n the a eing and codrsenlng effect le i ssing years, the heat of Su mIer ? d the cold of Winter and Lo iloilli g effects oft dustand in. 111 Th ' know, thesd iomen, in.th unfdi ds of thofsiailso .thait witl 0 (lear, fresh complexion such. Char 01san1 gives e.li', e they' 10o Years 'ounger than they really c n1id tat lmakes thliein lippy Th e womei arie fluite:deternlli ,1s t I hav 0 on ld loo.kitg, spot (llin," (d quits rig·it, too; lhndl Cret Chare san gives them" thellh 'isi It's remarlkablle thlng,' too, tao ay i which tlhis cremell holds po1 del fo hours longei:l Ciemee Charmoisan Grea eleos- lig j's for yo rVssh i table 2/6. ' (hnndhag till: 1/. t hcr oev wh1reil by hemis drapelr and or~...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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Co-ordinating Efforts Of Country Shows [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 14 May 1940

Co-ordinating Efforts Of Country Shows Speaking at Saturday's confer ence of the Southern Tablelands Show Societies Union, Mr. S; Tr.-. Starr, of Gunning, said that . various sections of the State had.. commenced to debate the po.-.:-0 sibility of eliminating the small' ;: er country show societies .whose".:;. activities would. be.carried on, by. one or two larger bodie- in each '. area.. , Stating that *he mentioned .tite us gcstioni as i intater of inter'et oil; 11r.. Starrt, whlp. described t lle :pro: posal is bo?iewsli' revolutitonar/.in characteri : said that li" h: 'st tn ied foni ' tour ot tlihe veserii district ad ifll ere a?? lind in tlie soiiuthi al io liehd m epetatedly heardu ti'e ilea expe'ied'; tlhati?' theme wsIe fiir,:too many :.mows to i i STh'e suggestion was .that' a lotI. of the smaller centres whichl-had' i, launched out'-:during,; crmpar a-" tively recent years in holdirin'a g : little show 'of. their owni ..bhould.;% 0a0odinate" theie i effortsrande dth'at? t...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
How To Banish Spots And Stains [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 14 May 1940

How To Banisfh Spots And Stains Spots and stains arc the bane of the houscwife. House 'hold linens, furnishings, her family's garments; can alli ac .,,, quire a bewildering array of disfigurinig marks; and, unless ' each stain is dealt with in exactly the .right~ manner it will'! . . remain just as noticeable after the treatment as. before. i'Frtheriore, 'all stairis'should be dealt withlqquickly;; 'thel :: longer they are allowed?"to remain, the more difficult is the ' ::-.. process of removing'them. ., For this reasoniit is essential to: i' kn"iiw what is the best method of coping with the- most com i, 'monly init with stains,' rhid tob-keep always on hainrd a few -: :i.'- useful cleansing agents. ., Sometimes, iowever, a stain is not .discoveoed" until some' tinic after it. ias sbe'eii mliade. Iii such a case it 'imust be decided what has caused the i.mark, amnd it is iiillpoltatit' thtll' i cor rect decisonl is mande. Thcrd is no piliit lil tieathig'a'fiuilt juice or 'lnint s?ta...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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Industrial Court Cases [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 14 May 1940

Industrial Cour Cases SThree crises eiwfre I r hearing "t thlifltid ustrial trate'i;Court it'Goulbu rnsnte;:; ':, a dhy :linit'o ie sws'ti, iu Ehifet:a f it. ?i" i ,ij:? the othlierrtivo issnesswer,' , aousrnedfo iee . ;Theisu ?, i:??i t?oit'!N, Ite s 'i-'f. announce een s -w's tat ~h~c SebyThomas Willim dheah claImed £30i/V - fro-te : ar u6lani-ime? iy:i',tii i,, .L son and r? e"dall s: t ? ;: l : headw~i hiltm se s~i'Ii e Wn lenok-of 6dr!In i esrs':F ~···ib:'th 8.;I-fjfBiNi?I~ b??i?!??;i :,-)';,, - iedi F- hms? an BrTennoc ppta ana fry Wtheidfnanti h~oth 'co nipla~in'ss-ts--i n---the-' c'i es -- ini :· K'ithleen Southwell each chimed-m~ different amouats from athleei Gordon unider the HotelDmployees- -ft I (Counti'. )/ A ai d?ill rI?r I , 3t. iennoc aid .;:that hie1h'1d -r.iirrangedi-i ith'a.., T. 13 h lledn olcltdi forte d'fent .- ".-- ,'tni t bmt the it mat ' iii?te'r sholidth ;-.stan? :;'d : :: ". oiver i"raweek

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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OUTDOOR FUN—BUT IN SUMMER [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 14 May 1940

OUITDOOR FUN-BUT IN SUMMER Laraine Day's outdoor activities usually consist of swim ming, boating and romping with her Scotty pup.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 14 May 1940

CHECJ< 1i ERAT?S Note ho rh pj'e or repay ments., Oue ea no ~reta: You /rD/acle~a: repay weekly rve? i I t recei 'e intamr mentl -- 20 .. 7/6 hnrruw on faini lrdle, pianor,-?"?'?s mlchinel, itr.. *illludl I0?[I)? polsession. Strict orivacy, THE AlTV SOUTI-V ALES MOT Dr PIETE Deposit and wea~lrm nt Cn StC E D CA'ITS ?40o, ' Teleph. :' A. ank <.?brn ree " Arookwe l EACH AFTERNOON Buy THE GOULB3URN EVENING POST from GEO. NICHOLLS o0 M. FLEMING'S NEWSAGENCY SMIDDLE-AGE- KONEYS OFTE ED THIS HE Ofnl ptcotle oline into to dle 01 uIte o lit ..n hte t1 hi onlthtet l ction of oo uth. i t1o this is to be expectep oa e re, ii ssao Is rteqtofuote 'C tin occoot t nooed byt u in a0n 5000arin0. Nature Otnt be 10000 in tioot ther e is something t -org 00i t your kidtiteys or bladder rie ]idneys are Natrl.e's hitef 0I, of taking tihe excess acid. und ' ste out of the blood. Most p olde l,? s about 3 pints t day o6' ott 3 oounls of waste. In excess of acitds or pois s th yl r tlo...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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Drove Too Fast CASES AGAINST MOTORISTS [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 14 May 1940

Drove Too Fast CASES AGAINST MOTORISTS Previous colnvicttios ' or rafflic; offerices Iest'iltd "in a t fine of £4, with 8/ ilysts, boiign' imlposlled on Arl hu.Itpy Oinrke,e of 00 Avon RoaId, I'yibleic, irn n ex parli (vI as lt, tlii Goitilhurit police Col.urt ystei(1day. .: 'Clirie was ose of ;severil Sydney :motorists. fined. for having exceeded ;the speed llinit. iinbuilt-upii freias aiid, :according to Constable: Baldwln; of the police wlieless ,patrol, he drovy north along L'igoon Stidet on April. .12, travelling .at 50 nilmes ain'hour and slightly: over for half 'a mile from Union Street.. The defendan t crossed over two blind, intersections, addted witness, who said that traifflc was light at the time. In another ex-parto case Jmies Frederlek c Connelly, of :30 Bellevue Street, -Bondl, was filied 30/, with 0/. costs, for a similar offence .in Liagoon Street on April 16. Con stable Baldwlin" stated that Connelly travelled for six-tenths of a mile at 40 miles an houlr, crosslri...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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NEW WARD FOR CHILDREN Board Disagrees With Minister [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 14 May 1940

NEW WARD FOR CHILDREN Board Disagrees .Wth Minister Despite the fact that the District Hospital Board has in hand £2000-half the estimated cost .of a new yvard for children-the Acting-Minister for Health, Mr. H.; L. Prim rose, contends that this work sh6uld not be. put in harnd until general extensions are undertaken. - "'This 'a ns made clenar dei ing ia dlis dussion' 3esterlday morning between Hospitail Board meiniberhs aidl thle Minister, who visited the institutioin to inquireinti ot several matters affect iig the :hospital. , , riarios. i memblers. of the bia Ild, to; getlleir. with'the secletarty, iMr., F. Jen nings, tafe lthe:viewl; that, the child 'en0s wai'd couldl bel comlleniednwl withl out ,'ivolvin.g the f lwhole of. the : en;. hiisel.eing selrvices; but: Mr. ? Primosiaej on the' advice of exiei ts,. holils the vlew, that it wiould lbe inadidl ~ible'to starlt on, the, chlildreil's waird: alart fioni the whole extensions,' which;ared eliectedl .to cost .appro'imiatel" £3...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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MINISTER AND AMBULANCE Distribution Of State Subsidy [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 14 May 1940

MINISTER AND S AMBULANCE Distribution Of State Subsidy Thm Acting M1inister m for Ilealtll,.Sh'. Primro.se, uni.l- tner liecrot'S.iihe l oulliuni'n lliand 1)is ti ictt AniAnlinicllhe :Coiu inittiee. at nInel, ih.ng; it visit of' inspection. tio the titiotini Hie waso welcomeil by 3; ihd presl dent, Ald. -'Goodhew, .who told the Milnister that the distrlct under tho coiorbl of Goultjirn:extended as far. as' the bouidaries of IGundagal, and Cowra 'on the-:west. TIhe point which concerned: them h(mle wvas that in the varibus branches a ai rt fromi .Ooul: buril; that in'1'a Yass, Young, Hardiin \lurlium'iburti,. Captain's 'Flat; 'they hail elmven fully paid 'nmbulance men. They would hiave morem when Crook well.was a hll lbraichl as it would be sho itly :Butit insteild ofr getting silbsil-y aon those. 11 mIueiitlieyi got subsidy,. oii fi:ve only Ii .th; case of Youig ,'ih'tl: bra?ich got £17'i 'imonth befor'e Golbfuin agreed to taike con trol of the, statioin at the request of the board...

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