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Goulburn Evening Post (Newspaper) - November 22, 1949, Goulburn, New South Wales The dressmaker said yes Madam it or suits you perfectly. But so meant eve a French Model could make you glamorous with hat bloc skin shown shoulders is High fashion. Make sure ours Are free from up s and blotches by using medicated soap you. Ply can t hide blotches and or skin faults with make up t you can Clear up Blem i wishes Ith Rexonna medicated soap. Rexonna with its special medication of Caryl gently re moves All Trace of embedded dirt Ca Ona soap contains Acyl an exclusive Rexonna and dust tones up the pores compound comprising oils and keeps them healthy. With fre h Cadlaon regular Rexonna care your skin acetate i reign Edl , naturally Lovely. In. X102.8z be sure to tomake a Point of using Wade s Only Wade is co flour can ensure the Sun Formy High Quality and extra sin Ooth c i Ness n Essary for Complete Success Beau. It s triple refined in texture i. And g in finely made from Maize. Wades 11 Cornflour. A w3.12.49 a product of Clifford love & co. Ltd., Sydney add in to your loveliness As fresh As the wer that Bloomin the ring these charming new Sty s by Lustre Lovely i to Wea Petal soft to the touch hey fit As beautifully they Lau. A f i the loveliest of lingerie and full fashioned j hosiery i anted at times you do wan the. N let the eve Ingn Post it it Forton to. Tuesday nov._22, 1949 or. Chifley & a policy the almost childish simplicity with which the prime minister completed his 35 minutes of nebulous talk represented As a policy speech the other night a evidently dumb founded the opposition. Or. Chifley actually challenged his opponents to Point to any waste in government expenditure. Surely the prime minister has some serious moments in which he or the framers of his speeches can represent things As they Are crediting the masses of the people with some sprinkling of common sense and intelligence. But looking at his speech As a whole we Are inclined to doubt very much whether his assessment of the ability of the common Folk to form an opinion of their own is very much higher than that of or. Ward or. Calwell or his foreign minister. He knows As Well As everybody and much better than the major Ity perhaps that the waste in government administration commencing at the top and working Down is an outrageous scandal. Yet Little else can be expected of a government whose policy it is to tax the people according to their ability to pay. While there is sur plus credit the of Commonwealth labour is to get their Harrison it. They Are determined to. Take in the Slack and continue to keep the purse strings taut. That in any Case is what his min ister for repatriation or. Barnard told his Moss Vale audience the other week and reiterated in so Many words by the Leader a few nights later. Mention of this visit to Moss Vale by or. Barnard recalls just a minor example of unjustified expenditure against the citizens of this country but which in the main adds up Toi a considerable sum. The minister made his visit to Moss Vale in a common wealth car one of those powerful bricks which were imported to this country just before the on the ii. Poe tation o f imported american luxury cars was imposed. In actual fact what right has or. Barnard to be gallivanting around the Countryside in a Goveri ment car burning govern ment petrol we presume in an Effort to get one of his party candidates into parliament thus making the two thousand a year Job of minister for repatriation Safe for or. Barnard it is just As wrong for these ministers to travel around a t our expense As it is deceitful for or. Chifley to boast that there is no waste of government Money. It would take too to remind the prime min Istre of All the examples of waste and misappropriation luxury trips abroad for ministers superfluous and wasteful appointments of Defeated labour men at the last elections increases in salaries behind the Back of the electors motor cars chauffeurs and a govt. Airline upon which Money has been squandered and losses have been incurred Mir. Cal Wells expensive propaganda department multiple additions to the Commonwealth service and a Host if other examples of wilful to spending about which m r. Chifley apparently is unaware and about which nobody seems concerned. N Ever before has a govern Mon t had so much Money at its command and never before have been Given such cause for suspicion As to the Way it is be no squandered and wasted. Personal sergeant third class w. H. Clothier of Goulburn has received notice of his Transfer to Finley near tocumwal.,sergeant second class j. R. Robin on of Queanbeyan is to Muswellbrook. Mr., w. Lenny of 10 Auburn Street was admitted to the Dit riot. Hospital last night. . J. Gothrie of 26 Lagoon Street is a patient of the District Hospital. Sparkling musical comedy Success Liede Tafel society s High Jinks featuring a splendid variety of Goulburn artists High Jinks the lice Tafel society s musical comedy was rated an outstanding Success at last night s opening and with five More nights in which to reveal the Brilliant work of its cast singers and dancers it should prove one of the nost outstanding presentations in the society s 58 years of activity. Last night s presentation was a polished one deserving of the highest Praise. A word perfect dialogue which revealed Confidence and a Fine spirit on the part of every member of t e cast Brilliant ballets by some of Goulburn s loveliest Young ladies singing which reached a most satisfactory , and gorgeous cos Umesi and scenery which were perhaps a highlight of the night comprised to make High Jinks a pleasure to watch. Or. Colin Chapman new Castle producer was elated at the performance of his cast and stated after the perform Ance that he had travelled extensively in Australia and had worked with Many amateurs but had yet to meet a group that had worked so smoothly to produce a presentation of such class. Rain Handicap it was unfortunate that heavy rain fell prior to the opening but the appreciative audience was Well repaid for its action in braving the elements and judging by coi ments at the conclusion of the presen tation their enthusiasm will do much towards ensuring capacity houses on the next five nights. A group of 120 students from . Could not attend As buses could not travel into the rain soaked grounds or the College. Fine effects stage scenery and lighting effects were of a High Standard and did much to Lead Colour to the work of the talented cast. Changing scenes and colours did not pass unnoticed even to the untrained Eye and reflected great credit on stage manager Kim Mcdonald is assistant Herb. Bridge and scenery and electric men g. Stevenson and g. Clegg. Ballets created and arranged by miss Olga Reardon added to an impressive record for this instruct Ress. They were prese need with Charm and. Grace. By a delightful group of dancers producing the most enthusiastic applause of the night. I musical number by Don Middlebrook Verlie Crow Helen Harper Ailsa Lee Neville Shuret Phillip okeefe Shir Ley Hamilton and Joyce Camp Bell were Well balanced and appropriately introduced into the theme of the play. The orchestra under or. August Oberg was an integral part of such a presentation and perform red creditably. The players the fact that a second s de Lay by a couple in moving from a. Garden into the Centre of the scene was the. Only fault if it could be called this is indicative of the High Standard reached by the cast. The Story which in View of the outstanding dancing and singing numbers does not command much importance is Well told and concerns the occupants patients and friends of a Circle in an american s Doc Tor s surgery. Their reactions to High Jinks a perfume that gives Ai feeling of exhilaration when taken Are the cause of constant Nierth especially when Hus bands wives and lovers become mixed and patience begins to Wear. High Jinks however. Capably distributed by Don Middlebrook As or. " Dick Wayne an explorer smooths out All scenes Are in Paris and Beauville a bathing resort and planning of the exchanges which Lead to family troubles is carried out by or. Robert borne an american specialist Gerriard Galland and or. Wayne Don Middlebrook. Both play big parts and Witri their Long experience turn in excellent performances. Bern Ard Galland s moods vary from. The Depths of grumpiness to the utmost limit of Youthful exuberance and he is always impressive. Don Middlebrook the originator of the unusual per fume that causes most trouble and fun really enjoys his part As does his audience. Or. Colin Chapman producer most natural in his part Philip o Keefe does a Fine Jot As an american lumber King. He takes All incidents in his stride and at times has his audience believing he has just stepped off the boat from America. His is a performance to be enjoyed. In the same category is Helen Harper a runaway wife wan Ever 20 years experience in the game of Dodge. Her part gives the Opportunity of scheming pleading threatening and in the end. And she has made the most of it. Singers Verlie Crow pleases with her part a Sylvia Dale the protege of Helen Harper and As with Joan Campbell wife of a Frenchman and Shirley Hamil ton a doctor s nurse is Well received in singing numbers. Neville Shurety is the diminutive Frenchman who amuses with his challenges to Bernard Galland to duels while Frank Watt has a Busy time As colonel Sla Shteir termed a patient patient of Bernard Galland. Others who play their parts in Good style Are Clare Wood House Clare a waitress Ness Lee Bernard Galland in wife Ailsa Lee mlle. Chi Chi a vivacious dancer and Josepn Drewniak Garcon. The lat Ter player is a european migrant who Speaks eight Langu Ages and often helps local authorities with new Aura linens. He could be Tel med the perfect waiter. Several highlights were Bernard Galland when challenged to a Duel declared what is your honour compared with my Frank Watt. Nearing the end of the third act summed up the entire proceedings when pro posing a Toast. He said to our wives and sweethearts. May they never the choruses Are Well pre pared and As a whole the pro Ducer cast and Liede Tafel society Are to be congratulated on the presentation. Inspector s report on Moss Vale pastoral Industry season has been Ideal for Stock development in the course of his report to the meeting of the Moss Vale pastures Protection Board the inspector or. F. J. Mad in come rented that the season was one of the Best on record but that the Rabbit problem was not being faced up to As it could be by Many landholders. The lambing season is just about closed and the District average is most satisfactory stated the inspector. Amongst some of the flocks the percen Tage is Well Over the 100, but the general average is Road about the 90 per cent. The lambs have done Well and Are a Well grown lot. Some have already reached the sucker Market but sales Are not Many As yet. No doubt the lambs raised on improved pastures Are excellent the general condition of sheep is from fair and prime where in healthy conditions they Are rapidly improving. On Rabbit infested areas or otherwise overstocked natural pasture a few lower condition sheep Are to be seen. But. Numbers in this class Are in the minority. Heavy Stock cattle Are much the same but More thin cattle Are to be seen than amongst the sheep those in this group Are mostly the Young cattle and calves. Generally the cattle Are from fair to Good and Many Are prime and mostly they Are do ing Well and improving. This applies to District cattle mostly. In Many cases fresh introductions for restocking Are on the poor Side but should soon pick up. There have not been any further outbreaks of notifiable disease either in sheep or. Cattle Over the. Period except in the Case of one holding where an imported Bull was found to be infected with Johne s disease. This Bull was destroyed and on account of the finding All cattle on the farm Nave been placed in quarantine. So far no further cases have been detected. The Rabbit the Board seeks the co operation of All concerned and this includes ithe landowner the Shire and municipal councils the railway department and those in control of Crown lands and asks that they make a determined Effort to bring about a marked change in the Rabbit position aloud o effectively Deal with the areas under their con Trof. It is realised the he Only Way we will Ever get anywhere is for All concerned to make a concerted Effort and a determined Effort if we Are going to get on top of the Rabbit and on that account the Board asks for co operation and see what can be done. Noxious weeds the spread of Crown Beard and mint Weed is most feared As these weeds Are so far con fined to certain parts of the District but Are spreading. They Are both poisonous to Stock and at certain times Are very deadly and it is suggested to All owners that they keep a Sharp look out for these two weeds and Deal with them As soon As they appear. If any of the owners who has something new in the shape of a Weed and is not aware of its identity they should take it for identification and its his tory. no Lusu to play Here British screen and stage Star John 1mills, will visit Australia next year to appear in three plays in capital cities. Letters to the editor Standard of living. Sir the prime minister or. Chifley. And labour candidates generally describe the present Standard of living As tile highest that aus Tralla has Ever known. But it is not the highest. It is lower Thian the pre War Standard. The Badel wage in 1030 was ?t/2/. To give the present Basic wage of �tit12/i the equivalent value of �4/2/ in 1930, it should now be .�s/l/4. It is were raised to tills amount the Cost of living would Riseon Eaily and the Standard of still he much lower than in 1937. The australian Pound and tile fluid wage thus form a reliable unit Al value whereby the Standard of. Liv ing of this and that period ran be accurately measured and con pared. And so used they show that under labour Rule there has been a considerable Dit quiet no de Cline in the Standard of live in. One of the Mosto serious Laluces to our s l0-Lollr week which Oas resulted in the Enron its an Nual loss of labout 102,000.0110 Nijen hours. This a represents about 90 000 men. The Shorter Tvelt was introduced at a time when Aims Thalia s most urgent need was and still is increased production. Is this not an urgent Appeal to every Loyal Aust Allan to help defeat the Federal labour government to. J. Ryan 32 Surrey Street Epping. 20/11/ 49. Congratulations sir permit me through the columns of your paper to congratulate the a Lider Tafel society and tile pro a ulcer on tile presentation of High i the Len events last n Glt arh bid a Looe at the Chow. It levee to Iny and gave i # a real thrill. Thutt a i Tell Roll Ful from a me. Luddo Rafol carry on with the Good work Stic icky defence a cd Crul i Clun. Clay i. Who1 of. C.\. Military co mane in 1 a 111a 11 0 i Lurt Ofat Coj inti. No Lorca for Western ii i la Roll. Challe geto or. Fraser socialisation As a subject we have received the following Challenge from or. Philip Wilkins Mem. Ber of the management committee of the people s Union Wingell House Angel place Sydney. Is or. Fraser game enough to debate with the writer in a suitable Hall or theatre in Goulburn the following questions 1. That he proves the socialisation of Industry production distribution and Exchange is different to and better than communist policy 2. That the australian la. Bour party s socialisation policy is one that should be give i effect to in the interests of aus. Thalia. The people of Eden Monaro want to know exactly where or. Fraser stands on these issues Here is an Opportunity for him to explain fully. I suggest that expenses not recouped by collection at such debate would be shared by the two organisations represented. In the event of a surplus such surplus to be equally shared. So far As the people s Union is concerned. Our interest is in seeing that the people have every on it unit of understanding clearly All Public issues. Public debate is one method of achieving .1t9 for medical expenses to actor Mell Turner who said that Dur. Ing a love scene he misjudged the distance broke his nose on the leading lady s forehead. Blaze in Street four Hundred to cons of tar caught fire yesterday As it was being heated Over a Wood lire near the intersection of Beres. Ford Road and Elva Street. St Rathfield. Clouds of smoke Swent Over houses. The tar owned by St Rathfield Council blazed fiercely until firemen out. It out with foam extinguish. Ers. Obituary or. G. R. Barbour the death is announced of or. George Romaine Barbour. Few ,odea." Bowling. Death occurred suddenly although or. Harbour had not been in the Best of health of late. He was 61 years of age end was the son of the late or. And mrs. Charles Henry Barbour of Bellvale who were among the Early pipe. Neers of the District. He was interested in the growing and development of Trees and shrubs and became a recognised a. Thorit on the subject. He was member of Yass Lodge of con Cord and a past first principal of the Yass Royal Arch Chap. Ter. He leaves a widow Nad a son Brian. Double Decker trains. The . S first double Decker train made its first journey from Charing Cross station London november. Distinguished personalities witnessed its de parture. The train consisted of eight passenger coaches providing 1104 s i compared with 772 in a similar number of Normal car Rottges. Each compartment on the lower floor has a seat for six passengers facing a seat for three and a seat for two divided by a Short stairway leading to the upper deck where seating arrangements Are similar. Mod Ern strip lighting is fit d throughout. A Crookwell Reserve As picnic ground the Reserve at the Junction of the original Road and the deviation Road Over Wade s Hill to the West of Crookwell will be improved and converted to a picnic ground. This will afford a convenience to hikers who hike the round trip from Crookwell township and to visitors to town who pull up there for a cup of Tea especially on Market Day. Crookwell Shire Council considered the matter at its last meeting. It was pointed. Out that the area is under Council s control and that persons had been depositing rubbish on the area until the matter had become serious. I would like to see the area made into a close to town re serve " said or j. A Clifton. People coming to town Tak a cup of Tea there almost every Day especially in the summer time said or. George. Drovers also use the spot. There air some Nice natural Shade Trees there. A move should be Takei and notices placed on Thi ground warning persons dump ing rubbish on the area. Thi Are some of the nicest Trees 0a that Road on the Reserve or. George then moved Tea Council clean up the area a construct a fireplace there fir the convenience of picnickers Council unanimously agreed. i . Lull. L 1 111lll ill l from everywhere u no Blue eyes hungarian Farmers want pigs to restock their they will not buy White pigs with Blue eyes considered a sign of degeneracy. The Odd tooth an aching tooth caused mrs. Adolphus Norris of Aklavik Canada a three weeks journey up the Macken Zie River to a dentist at de Monton-1100 Miles by boat and 500 by bus. World s sugar world sugar production in the 1948.49 year was 37276,000tons the . Department of agriculture estimates. This is a new record which is .8 per cent greater than the 1947.48 sugar production. All from Coal there Are about 200,000 by products derived from Bitumen. Ous Coal in the United states the National Coal association reports. Among these Are Sulpha drugs aspirin Flavouring extracts plastics and fertilisers. Homework. In Sidney Nebraska Merle e. Faulkner explained to the police How he happened to be carrying an uprooted parking Miter on his shoulder he had been having a Little trouble pilfering its Hoard and had decided to work on it a. His Leisure elsewhere. Occupational Hazard in Richmond .a. The Virginia state Indus rial corny. Mission claim of �90 Murrumbidgee monster fishermen on the Murrumbidgee last wednesday saw a Large cod break the water and it seemed to be in distress. On thursday it appeared again floating on the surface and appeared to be dead. Four men in a boat rowed out to it and hauled it aboard. It was dead but quite fresh. It was a huge cod and weighed 86 la. When dressed. It was sold for �6. An experienced Fisherman said he would not care to attempt to lift the fish single handed. Yass Kenmore . Picnic last saturday the so. John s Church of England sunday school Kenmore held a very pleasant picnic. The Rector Rev. F. Rettye spoke in glowing terms of the excellent work being done by miss bogs superintendent and her Able staff. On sunday the prizes were distributed during the 11 , service when the children s choir Sang. A special service for All was held a Evensong at St. Nicholas. The attendance was excellent. T owes announced that the right Rev. Bishop Clements ba., of the Goulburn diocese would deliver an address at 11.15 communion service at St. Nicholas on Christmas Day and that he would also be present at the communion service at 7.30 . Fiji to get . Cattle Illawarra milking shorthorn and friesian cattle will be shipped to Fiji in december. They will be used by the fijian government to establish a stud for the purpose of improving the milking Strain there. The cattle were purchased by a represent i Ive of the fijian government or Gardiner who was in the Illawarra District for some Days last week

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