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Crookwell Hospital Board Welcome [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 17 May 1940

Crookwell Hospital Board Welcome SCROOKWELL: At the monthly meeting of the District Hospital: Boaid Mi'." A. D. Bintine,ii ivi iepillces Mr. A. B.; Stifithtook his seat for .the first tilme and' was. W elcomeil by the pieside?it of tho boitrd, Mr D. A Hlea: e. , fResilonding; Mi. B3attino said I he wvelconied the" chaince to ''join the boar;d as it w ?iold give iiini a :cliaiin" to servie the hto''i ndIsuch I*.o tiortihy institition;as tli"e ihositl.t I?'- ,as very?'eitsy to sit li idii-and criticise, but iti'vits ilays his 'hiii toIdo ,wh iat lie' couldi foi wllihtever town lie liap peiied to hbe- iii.,;". ,.," Later ii. the fleeting Mi' l B tilne was appointed tothel flu inie con-, niittee i: ' : na letter' to' the oa i the, ee 0 tainy of the Coiilbitrn Distiict liles liltal,; M F Jeniiingis stited :t lit h:i b'hoid h iit`: smlll D.:C.iote ;twr it ich ol fid h? suitible fti the iio.?i? iug' aii w~oui1 iv it to tei ~CIOoknoill ifo0ptala T ent i 00 aM?adD?ail, l'apxplained ;: tli', ...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 17 May 1940

* ,.~.ENTERTAINMENTS -ýT;{gk eee A 3 'Ieo ND5~ aOV aF 1i~a 5O ea T©Oe an tja J th. X .s VYAAP a .' a ei Phb 3e ~ r .. ~i~1~o~ OpM IV SBUNGENDORE PATRIOTIC FUND Don't Forget 24th MAY G AND1BAL I POGSON'S BAND 9-a 1.91. 25th MAY RCES SPORT iAG ACING - rTENT' PIeGCl C PUN OR ALL - YOUNG & 0 1). .J VENILE BALL Eucth e, Crib, Supier and Prlie. Bungen are Patriotic Fund is tow ain.. irnceprendent .branch by spl ?al permit of The Lord Mayor's Patriotic 3 Fund. JD. BALLIlE ) lon. W. FREESTONE ) Secs. Community Singin , t St. Savi91i$s Hall Tuesda , 21st M y, 1940, 8 .m. Good Pr gramlme. ALL I vited. C arge 1/, Chi dren H-f I Price. Compeititon for Boys a I Girls' Si ging trnd Da cing, commel cing Tuesday, 28th Ma. L.STEWART JOHNSTONE SOLICITOR I re C mtbers, 0 ontague ura4 rn . pposit'le lI'r StirJ ) Phone .)88. For Tone It Stands Alone' DI / uyrd BRIM; ARv n rimes to wen's are siecialis A )O REPAIRS and Se Also isuppliers 'of Sheet Music, Re cords and all Musical Instru ments. OWEN...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 17 May 1940

FUNERAL ,I-Ili Friends of IR.. and iAi 4. C 1YRIL COOPER are kindly i [ted to atterid th. Funeral of lis Moth r, MRS.- SARAI . JAl e COOl ER, to leave, the, Method t Chur h, Goldsmitlh Street, at 3. 0 (afte ' service) SI urdayh for to Meth dist portion ?noeral Cemoete y. ' H Relatives an d Friends of to late ARAH JINE COOPFER, \Vollon ang, are " indly invited, (ttend or Funer I, to leave e tlethodi t Church, Goldsmith Str et, t 3.310 (after se vice) To-mor ow, 18th MI y, for the Methodist por lion f the eneral C metory, Coul' 11ren. r. Col s,Funer, Director, Wo on ong, i t conjunct on with Coul urn Motor Funerals. IJlE Relatives and' Flnds of toa late ICiCHARI) W?AL'KIER, of 2?, Bocurke treet, Coull ?0ti, are advi d that hi[, FuneI"rall' Ii leave Cra''a Funeral Parlours' oldsnlith 'Str et To-mort|w "(Saturd y) Aft'ernoot at 1 o'cloc , for the ethodist p( .ion .f the eneral C?eat"ery; Coulburn. R. Sidr y Crig l eral Directors, Goulburn. Phone a00 filHE Relatives as Friends of the ldt...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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BRITAIN'S WAR EFFORT [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 17 May 1940

BRITAIN'S WAR EFFORT One of the thousands of women workers in Britain's many munition factories plays her part in Britain's war effort. Department of Information.

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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Biggest Air Raid To Date [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 17 May 1940

Biggest Air Raid To Date LONDON, Thursday: I l Air Ministry iii anotlr' comiummni tile. issu'ed last nlight gives .de .tails of a great air ltifatcik Iby the. II.A.I,'. oni thile German lines, thi: biggest of the witr. "Thd success of our large scale bombing attacks on military bases" and positions is best shownn by the attempt of:.the Germans to minimise' it," says the;: conuificilue:' .". "Strict ('tirders have1s bee iaven in Gerinany?' for.. the obse?rv?ation o.'. blaek-outs in th te i este -of'the: whole nat?ion';which must"be sp.ed any damage from t?le air?'.The -dam-'. age was eextensive addt covered wide area. " ,,..,- °. `4; INFORMATION RI EAD[I' "Benefiting froiii .thsej kno ileo?g!?; sained by '.matin rkeconnails? es? he largest force yet ,tiaig n' i!' single attack. se.':,ount ";front irance and -Britain. Eah crew.; ,ivas given stiecific itiitasy objectivesfs I mbers ivere instructed sot `to troic their: botibs 4tdiscriminitrteily ?tact.u ally because of thissome rettane ...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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SCARLET FEVER [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 17 May 1940

SCARLET FEVER A 24-year-old Goulburn, girl was admitted yesterday to the District Hospital suffering from scarlet fever; Since Friday last nine persois have contracted the complaint. At present there are 28 patients in isolation at the hospital, olin hay' ing been discharged yesterday. Included in the aldmissionls during the past week are two nurses froml Kenniore Mental Hospital, while the patient admitted yesterday is the second member of her family to have contracted the complaint. It is more than seven nmonths silnce the present outbreak began.

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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FLYING BOAT ARRIVES ON TIME [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 17 May 1940

"FLYING BOAT. `:r r' a`: ARRIVES .ON..TIME SE DNJW i Fki(;: Thei flying' I at wvhich left Sydniey at;lnidnight- on;,its fiirst night flight across 'the Tasnioin arrived at Auckland at 9.26 a.im. Nee' Zealadnd tiie. '

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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May Holiday Is Cancelled [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 17 May 1940

May Holiday Is Cancelled Official advice has been re ceived from the Under-Secretary of the Chief Secretary's Depart ment that the. State Government has acceded to the request that the recent gazettal of Thursday, May 23, as a public holiday with in the municipality be cancelled.; The de-proclamation of the holiday, which was . originally granted to the Goulburn and District Patriotic and War Fund, which intended'. holding a gymkhana on that day, follows the, recent decision of the Fund commit.' tee to abandon its proposal owing to, opposition from the Goulburn Retail ers' Association. The latter body contended that n mid-week holiday wdould result in a loss of £1000 to local storekeepers and, although the holiday had already been gazetted, the committee, oil dise cussiilg the situation, agreed to abandon the gymkhana. It was then obvious that the gazet tal of'the holiday must be cailcelled if banks, schools, Town Hall add other institutions were to remain open and representations w...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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HITLER IS DESPERATE Reynaud To The Deputies [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 17 May 1940

HITLER IS DESPERATE Reynaud To The Deputies PARIS, Thursday: The French Premier, M. Reynaud, told a chfering House of Deputies that France would be victorious against Germany who was throw ing in her entire resources in one desperate push westward. ""Hitler waints to. win the' -i at twoi months and wvill let loose against a lfdcal point o0 the frone :ill the tanK?s on plan n"metliodically collected, f rn; many years, lhe'sad '..' H.itleir ~;,anited to, win thei.war in l two i:monthis ?and:'if?hefailed ne kne?, he wouild belost. The Allelds were rawaef thieort i peril;.nd `Frainc' might hie to take'measires ;wvhcli. would bave be olutIonar l 0013 yesterday. ?3ut.it 'whatev erh-'ahiige there wtas: one thin?I wascetai the iie?0 of France would-not chfange.

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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Complete Denial Retailers And Mr. Seiffert [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 17 May 1940

Complete Denial Retailers And Mr. Seiffert The following statement was received to.day from the. Re tailers' Association. "It should :be hardly necessa :y :.to contradict Mr. Soiffert's remnarks about the receat ballot of Shop As, sistants oil 41ie. question o1 8a., closing. The stateiont thatth? e"iployers collected - and scrutiltnised the batlot papeis Is of cl?se; absolutely un STihe ballot was held at"an:eenuiiiy tliat 90 pbr :ceniit of assistanrts, ? ould 'prefer tlhe extira half?iiloui.on. Satur day ino.ningsi nd tle : IStatewide bal lot 'held iii accordaitcei?ith the rule sind .setdowi oby the Sydney,' autilor itie's and -accepted ,by ,the Inlisti lit :Arlbitratlons CoutI confinihed this fact ': .." ' ,s '. . - "Tlie papers 'were collected by twvo •independeit ,paitids, one being- a Jt ticeiof the Peace and the necessary decliarations as tp?thle :dcodi"ectiness of tihe ballot were sowa?n by the J.P. Mi.:?Seiffert is reaily;bairking up the. wrong tsee. It isa? matter of far ,i...

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SNOW AND HAIL ARE LIKELY [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 17 May 1940

SNOW ANAIL ARE :LIKELY: Forecast I isettled with fuirthel' ain intlthe southern aand esterni arieas chiefly ifiland 'at flirst ::it latel e-etendiing to S?ltiis of ?he. coaost; isolateid thtinderioani hil:w falls liely, snow onothesouthien ftablelands, aid possibly bf the. central tablelaids; fine in north-west qisasteri mild slay first in easterii irts, uthecsinin cooler from the' west; north-west to west and southiwest inds; fresh to strong and squally oii the coast.

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THE FIFTH COLUMN [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 17 May 1940

THE FIFTH COLUMN' The term 'Fifth Colum''n":.-first arose in Engliand'i: It wasa nic'e way of calling people m'traitorsi The term traitor was strong and; worse still' it was ? l?ibellous but if we look, through th'e' files' of English papers, of .two or three years ago, with one or two re spectable exceptions, we will find the term "Fifth Column" occur-. ring time and time again, with the object of referring to a certain section of the people in England who had held Hitler in high re gard at a time when users of the term "Fifth Column" were wide awake, as to the man and, his nature. As we say,, the word, is merely a euphemism for traitor, and all those who were awake were irritated, and some, includ ing ourselves, were angry. The term "Fifth Column," legally in nocuous, came out of the blue, and was seized on to describe these people who were anxious to help one who was, to the wide awakes, manifestly an enemy of the country and humanity. The phrase was new and not quite understood....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 17 May 1940

HIST OR.Y OF AUSTRALIAN MONEY IF l ' s' , 's-1 -1i hi~ f , . I . ._ -i. .. sfIý f8: 5f' Ftl 6 PR"ESE TING THE. LAST BALANCE SHEET IN DOLLAI S The balance sheet of the Bank of New South Wales for the year 1825 narks the dividing line between two periods in Austiralian monftary history; the former in which Spanish dollars, the latte in which)English pounds were the legal unit of account TIh Bank's balance sheet for 1825 is shown below D5ALAILC IIEET OF TIiF 5 6 OFm 21EW SOUTee WALES, 'e' 31 18i - is 3ao9,5 1 2: LiAsiL rica AssE"' s The -n s s of 48 0500 in 51? 82- i w- ruh ia ... l.'e ! "' : 1 eptl'.pt,,u'pi,: . ? -? I":- '"C :,:: 43.200.00 `oo r e'.'D, ia,:., chie,. '." :: . 12: 17... 1.. 1 top' ý ,9ý 3 000ruitn a th.t _ 115o910.u s is of , 1, siad r o dre'Ra , s 27 1.2as it2 9a, 50 ?9 ot- , o i- ' 0 0 0 "a_ 2s9 o 0.2i , sss o e --nke o N",486.0 5" ' S orth alg ge; o?' s" '-' a":','20.567 oi tlndf Le e 30dto - ." Frnturm:ds y _ 1.505:acm e 50aa TeBankdos ras ts of.S68000 in 1825 were...

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METHODIST [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 17 May 1940

M:T: M^, M i IHODIS'r: - rswo'i mportant evrents. are:set down for ihextl.Week;,iand r it i isdesireil that' these shotild be mnadle kniown. to ill: Fi'lrst, there is '.the; anniversary :dof the iPa rkesboi iidLadiies' .Gulid.fwhichl Sill' be coniil'emolrated on- Tuesday with mi American everiing. Thlhi will be held in the hall iind is to comin mence ,at- 7.30 p.m.n All aie asked to brlng i.oiftiainil 'buy a lgirft. A'dmission will be free .and dluiring the evening a plogramme of musical items alia coilmpetitionl wlll be enjoyed. .Supper 'will bei) piovided. G-I i Oh i:ray: . the muchit .advertised Hobbies lExhibftioh wfi ibve' lield: m th. ,let eui"H:d Hall, .Goldsmiitli Street; coniineicing at. 'ii.m.' weii i;tiied:i ot. ficiiil opening will be peiforimed by Mr-s.: SV . Pliin; :the: exhibitionn-will contlniie inritil:thlie' eveviiig; whei :the articles .i\;ll :be "on' iew from 7i!ib0.e Besides .ihe : exhibition. at ni.'liht ,tlieier W ll be ganies 'of f various hkiiil andil su:;pp...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 17 May 1940

LI1 It, !Dr 1 I'm IV! A4 D ~ WITH A yX H. .WALCOTT SGO?LBURN A , -PICKER AND i °:-----: .`d: 2 lITOR-" -G ,. ý (A.C(.) 6- ,lr ' t"orld-I" 66:. ý P lpoii:ed all their .,.kill, knlowl Iige .....l enitlusi....b ile in l tii, the aslo t "i''" ýI tiný,ii h ,lie `r radh l re vciver inlrtS- - ' 1 trutil. Noite |lluxurioll app~leatra ~ce. ., ... ... ? ¾. - N." y I 1 E.22i2, 4,,, ... Bassingthwaighte n -///7?'?. :?,,?,? y22 4 .L 2~j~)'4 '/1qI ..2t {.2 - : "' :.:: 2 :-.. .)2 2 : 222 -~ 2 • "2-22 78 7, 6 ~> -.. ---.!,.J p?" ::ý 'rp. !::"" ýY.!::i:. iL ':" : 'afacF " <« ý`ýý ý>"x ýýg4 -" :z 2 . `C'ý- .r,>ý.@ <! ,? .... ýI ýiýr ý ' ode ICKER AND1PR ,N. G? NT ,,o,.o,.,o,.o,,,<.... ,,,,.o,, o, .... ., Y O22 2<222)8 2E $2222222 ~~~(A.C.) 5-1 ./re W",,'ld-Ra .il. BIGGA- - ^ý a,ýk 22)),ýid? 'L . C . h222222. S~2 2ý~': iG>2.2f' ý2'2 s 222c722222)2ý22ý 1ýFE NEWHAM TE OTE SIDE F THE WORLD ER Y ve o e v c' .ou ývey new2 d ve pmen 2rm a :i~'"',??.l~l...

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SALVATION ARMY [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 17 May 1940

.,SALVATION ,ARMY:i: nEmpire 'Da? 'seivices will, be con: ducted. rin :.the Clifford St reet ?Citade byoMajor. Sinai"tt roni Suidayinorniring: :nd : evenintg, when'. :thlere will l.De sDpeCial .sessions -.f pr'ayet. ifor taeh' natlion rind.: for'religious revival. 'ePlio Sunday Schoil on Sunday 'ifter?noonu will receive',-for 'the first' time .tlie full ;ibeitefit of new furnishiings 'anl equipinnnt? placed in the ailhallrhall on lthe 'groiindi flooiz:The upstairs hall is !now 'lbeitg equippeld 'as. a" .ýni nasitini ;and recreation .hall: A :fare well. sdcial.. lwill be tendered >to: DeliltySerigeant' .-Major and :Mrs. ,Eden ai?id secretary and 'Mrs. Staple ton 'to'ilight at 8.30.

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ANOMALOUS SITUATION [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 17 May 1940

ANOMALOUS' SITUATION " little Gilbertian" w?as 'ltow the finaniciail arrangemxents between the boaid alind a local blisinessfirm were described in a letter :written by the firmx to the Dubbo'Distictt IHospital Boalrd. It: was Pointed out that the film, xas. etanxts of the -boxid;, was liaying it £ 20 monthly .for the rent of a shop in Mlacnquarie Street, but, the board owed the firm s:£800 for groceries.

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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Farewelled Rail. Officer Leaving [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 17 May 1940

Farewelled Rail. Officer Leaving - i-Iinchsekman, vho is on tranlsfoer :fiom the GoulbiurzrRail -wy iDistrict' Superiniteridents .staff to the office of ;the General -Pissenger?, and Freight ;Agenit, Sydney,' ,'saaslfareivelled by his fellowofficers at Goulburn ,yes-. terday rnmoirning., ' . Included in :tihose present wvas.the District Superintendent, Mr. T. MHld son, -%vho said that he was ,extremeiy sorry that Mr. I-incnksman was Oleav ing Goulburn. The latter had proved a very efficient officerand if he con tinued the progress he had made in the past he would stidloubtedly rise to a high position in the service. Mr. Hudson, who complimentedMr. Hinckslalr on his appointment and: wished him every success in his new sphere, was supported by the Indoor Assistant Superintendent, ,Mr. RIt. C. Sparkes, £\essrs. T. Hindley, L. T. Ellesmore, W. H. 'Hamilton, 5'. Penekle, J. T. Bowtell and A. E. Now land. In :presenting Mr. Mincksman with ,a chiming clock on behalf of all present, Miss Je...

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STOCK SALE AT BUNGENDORE [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 17 May 1940

STOCK SALE :. AT BUNGENDORE ' Eiglit h. i nlrci v fat ind store cattle andd 2000 fat and store sheelp were yalrded at our sale Oiln 1F'riday, 10th instant. Cont?ietltion in' all sections of the cattle; maiket was very :goodl, price o.f recelit 'sales being exceeded.. Car iase butchers flroni Sydney operated freely in tlie fat section:, hit. found local ""ilemiiandl. ery.l keei: . Riverina buyers .were, eery mnuch in evidence on the store c:cattle;:,' but they also fotiid idloclileniand hia id to contend s ith:? ": "" "..:" '.;' "" . Quotations: Best butllockls, £ 11/ Yo 4 ot i13'f ' tstees -'X 9 to 11/12, stbest; cows . /1 / ' 2. to £ 11/11';/'otbers £ 7/10/do £9 13/ veales, C 7 to £ 8077/. store lbulloclis ig frainmed, failr ~condition, £ 81 0/6 to ? 9/1;, other?, ;"suialler, £ 77/I to 7'/16; '."Shorthorn I steelrs to £ 7/16/ Hereford steers land heifers, pui'e b1ed, 9 months old, £ 19/0/" to £7/2/-; lHereford cows and calves, £ /12/ to £10/15/; Shoitlioi0n cows, andil calves £8 / ...

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SELF HELP £200 Raised For Crookwell's Hospital [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 17 May 1940

SELF HELP £200 Raised For CrookweIl's Hospital CROOKWEUtL:, "Dissatisfied withtlie' Hospitals Coiiolilszion'. repletifel ?cr ,'f "''No? ?Mlney'. vhenever--requests ssi" m'fIle( to•, 'h'- urge nt s .?, t orks ?c'uie. out att;the.DtDstrict'HoSpit'lh. Mr .'A lf Halla? undei?ltlook to col .lect m`oney for this ;purm pose ?'andi iat 'iTuesdila?`yiightlsimeeting: s of: the bo? hir ilheinnoUncd thte It h'.: '-had irecived ovi? ' £200 in ina: SOf't his a?mou.t ."£87 '-- d i`aleady beenispeit. on iithe fiewirodof 'for the nurses' "luartiers ?he? sal,: id ; 'td an other £050foez w cow-yardIall andl shýd:".fHeitsuggested ith'it portioe of;; the :balanceshlioul'd -be.used to purchase ai length -of iubber mattitng to dealden'? the souniid oif .fo?o'step? o the wooden fiiloior; of the vernaitian 'idjoiliing.g soie if the wards: ': SEvery-, sliili .. of.the m oiney; col lected iwould?e ,'spent. on ;iniiiove mens to.t the hospital, aind he would like. the general: public ',to visit ,ile hospital an...

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