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Goulburn Evening Post (Newspaper) - September 7, 1953, Goulburn, New South Wales Temperatures Milim null 41 ii Grec ii ill 72 degree tto Day 2flirr l r. T or e Abattoir and shop workers in meat strike Goulburn decision nearly 100 members of the Goulburn Branch of the meat employees Union decided at a Stop work meeting to Day to strike in sympathy with the metro Politan Section of the organisation. The decision to cease work was made after the Secretary of the Goulburn Branch. Or. K. O Hara had read a recommendation from the state Secretary advising the men to take action in conjunction with other sections of the Union. The recommendation was adopted unanimously and it was decided to Stop work immediately. The decision affects Joppa abattoirs and butchers shops As no labour will be available until the dispute is settled. 7,000 affected the Union claims that the dispute is due to the disregard ing of seniority conditions in dismissals which have taken place at Home Bush state abattoirs the International meat packers pay. Ltd. Home Bush Bay and a. B. Cottee and sons pay. Ltd. Rockdale. There Are 7,000 members affected in the metropolitan area. An attempt is being made to Settle the dispute or. Justice Cantor will hear the parties before the Industrial commission at 2 . Or. O Hara has conveyed the decision of to Day s meeting to the state management commit tee of the Union and he will Call another meeting on the receipt of information which is Likely to cause fresh developments in the dispute. Retail shop the Secretary of the Mas Ter butchers association in Goulburn. Or. N. Collett. Said to Day that with the withdrawal of labour shop principals would have to carry on the Best Way they could. As far As supplies Are concerned he said. It depends on the stocks the individual shops have in hand. I received a de livery from the abattoirs this morning and As Long As abattoirs stocks hold out there should be no shortage. I expect the abattoirs will de liver until their stocks run family staffs most master butchers said they would endeavour to carry on with Skeleton staffs consisting of members of the family. Two shows at Tihe Southern end of Auburn Street closed this morning As a result of tie strike. Another shop in Auburn Street was kept Busy this morning and the proprietor said there was about one week s Supply in Stock. Some of the shops now closed May open later when sufficient carving has been done to serve the Public. Confusion in Sydney Sydney. Monday some country killed meat was still unloaded in Sydney and some retail butchers employees still worked to Day in general confusion Over the general strike Call by the meat Industry employees Union. Union Headquarters Telephone lines were jammed to Day by the flood of unionists inquiries As employees reported for work then telephoned the Union for instructions. At some country centres meet Ings of members had to be postponed to this afternoon. Union officials in Sydney this morning announced that All its t,000 members throughout the state had been ordered to strike with dispensations Only to those required to Supply hospitals and other institutions. Stock sales affected owing to Industrial trouble at Home Bush abattoirs Only 2,000 sheep and a few Hundred head of cattle were offered for Sale at Flemington Sale Yards to Day but no quotations were available. No sales will be held next thursday. Elected a cow president mrs a. M. Berry. State president of the country women s association of Queensland and Leader of the australian delegation to the seventh triennial a cow conference at Toronto Cantida was recently elected president of the associated country women of the world. . To Experiment on Shire Road mul Waree Shire has been chosen by . By products ply. Ltd. To conduct an Experiment in the use of a new american Road sealing process. Fact come panty will receive Council s co operations in scaling a Call Levi gtd of la Cio Ului in Road. that Council co operate in the project the Shire Engineer or. In. B. Darke said Council had been honoured in being selected to take part in the experimental work. Hie pointed out that the new process was one of mixing gravels with tar and Bitumen on the Road. Less costly the process would mean a very significant reduction in the Cost of Road sealing work. This was l ?2cause gravel already on the Road pavement in luding worn out materials in wild lows alongside the formation. Could be used for the Bitu mening. Or. Darke told Council that the company would be willing to assist financially to some extent in the project. The estimated Cost of treating a mile of Road under the new method was �2,000. a 1,600 was available for this from the 1952 53 common wealth grand funds being the unexpended balance of Wol k now completed on the Tarago Bun Gonia Road abut five Miles from Bun Gonia. With assistance coming from the . Company the work would require a contribution of Only about �200 from Council. Or. Stan , pointed out that if the process provided a Means of utilising what was now waste Road materials it would be a definite asset to the country. If the method proved Sucee s Ful. It might be adopted for use on the Taralga Goulburn Road. Coc Uncil decided to carry out or. Darke s suggestions and co operate with company. Building Rule enforced building regulations were in sted upon by Goulburn City Council on thursday night when an application by a builder to use non regulation sized battens was rejected. The application which was Ade on behalf of w. Mcgee owner of premises being built it tat Horne Street sought Permis Sion to use 3" x 2" second hand Timber with 2" x 1" battens spiked to it As rafters instead of 4 x 2, As specified or. A. H. Currell building inspector said that Council s re Loire tents called for 4" x 2" Andt would let direct toll on the matter. After discussion Council de chided that the requite regents Laid Down must be carried out. Accident in Auburn St. A motor car was damaged when making a a turn in Auburn Street on saturday at 7 . Edward c. Bill of Murray s Flat told police Hie was driving the car which is owned by c. W. Bill of Murray s Flat. When nearing the intersection at Clinton Street he commenced to make a a turn. As the did so his near Side front Mudguard was struck by a motor lorry which Vas travelling West in Clinton Street. The motor lorry was driven by William Bruce Holloway of Kent Street Goulburn. Minor damage was caused to loth vehicles. Aldermen invited to Mission rally go Tilburn ministers fraternal has invited local aldermen to attend a rally in connection with the visit to Goulburn of the Rev. Alan Walker on september 5. The chairman for the evening will be the Bishop of Canberra. Ara Goulburn or. E. H. Burg slants. The Rev. Walker who has held Many successful meetings in All parts of the Commonwealth will address the meeting. When the letter conveying the Xvi station was read to the coun cil Lasot thursday the mayor Ald. G. E. Gerathy indicated his intention to be present. He said an y other Alderman who desired to do so would be Welcome at the meeting. Built to american specifications & patented Tsirou Ghiott the world three Way Relief f r eczema sufferers 1hl a t but a help Yiu its to to til re ple? Isoa. Ult Tii a Man Hep i ital it 1rnectt t t lion a re ugly Blavo. End Iii Kin a. Is iio.5p,/% ,? listen to 2gn to Morrow night at 3.30 for the next episode of the " one of Rogers mystery sound prizes your own choke of by pair of Baxter shoes 27f thle Winner of Roger s mystery sound Competition in the shoe department May choose any pair of Baxter shoes As a prize. The value of this prize is up to 65/9. If you think Yout know what the office s mystery sound is write it on the Back of a Rpgers docket of Register. Of Ico slip and place it in the Box in the department where the docket or slip was issued. Over. £500 Worth of prizes Are to be won shown above Baxt Black or Tan calf in this Competition. Officer Boot with Ather lining Strong genuine welted soles. And sizes 5 to 10 at 69, 9, and size 11 at Lair 72, Ilni Superb leathers and Quality Workeman ship Are outstanding feature of. All Baxter shoes. Visit trogers shoe Dep it Rcpt and choose from lie sex i celent Range of ,sizes.,i?n business of. Fords manuals and boots super Ade oxfords shown above Baxter Black or Tan calf super Grade business Riding Boot oxfords with genuine a velvet military boots. Soles. Size a to 10 Poe to similar to illustrations above. Baxter i 65/9brown grained elastic sided Riding boots As above. Bae r military Cossack with Flat heels and genuine welted soles. Boots with toe and Heel plates in Black half sizes from 5 to 10t" at81/- size 11 or Tan at 45, 6 a p r. Sizes 5 to 11, and at 83/9 pair. With Plain soles at or pair 43/-. Grained Golf shoes title Man to. Illustration above. Lustra Teboe e after brow Baxter Little Man oxfords Arad a be of it St like dad medium and grained calf Golf shoe. With non ids Lii w a Edu an d slip rubber soles and heels. All sizes ii fitting with genuine welted and priced at 60/6. Also with Stout soles. Black or Tan calf. Half leather soles at pair. 57/11. Sizes 1 to 47/6 men s shoe department at Tan calf oxfords Brown calf casuals As illustrated above. Baxter Black or Tan calf business oxfords with genuine la i shown above Baxter Brown calf super. Welted soles and in medium and extra Grade casuals with welted soles. Half wide fittings. Half sizes from 5 to 10oand sizes from 5 to 10 and priced at 59/11 priced at. "53/9. Cyclist s Lucky escape a cyclist escaped serious injury when he was involved in an Accident be tween Berriman and Goul Burn on saturday. Leslie Bruce Hamilton of Mas son Street Turner. A.c.t., told police he was driving his car along the Hume Highway. The Accident occurred about 10 Miles from Berriman As he was descending a medium Grade and overtaking a cyclist who was Riding abreast of two others making a line of three. The cyclist pulled out from the other two and in doing so put out his hand touching the near Side of the car. The cyclist fell to the ground but was not injured. Slight damage was caused when the bicycle fell against the car. Stop prese Prospect for local Wool sales despite the variation irn prices at this week s Sydney Wool sales it is expected that the Market will firm at about last year s closing rates by the time the gout Burn sales open on october 20 and 21. Farmers and graziers who reported this said that Wool re Cei Vals this season were very satisfactory and were almost one third greater than for the Cor Lisp onding period of last year. Earlier shearing in the West Ern districts was responsible for a pc Triol of the increase but it was expected that the Quantity to be handled at Goulburn would show a substantial gain for the whole season. Other features Western wools Are showing More dust and Burr than usual due to dry ,?3 experienced until recently and the company s travellers consider that clips from districts est of Young will be considerably lighter than last season for the same reason. However tableland clips Are expected to be much on a Par with last season. District shearing a few District properties have commenced shearing but it will be a few weeks before local shearing is in full swing. Farmers and graziers Shear ing depot at Goulburn expects to be working at full pressure within the next three weeks Al though there Are still Many vac ant dates. Mission to nation the Rev. Alan Walker last night addressed 2,000 people at the Crown theatre Wollongong at the first of a series of mis Sion to the nation meetings. Goulburn Man out of trial two crashes although Goulburn Man Bill m1urray, and his co Driver Jack Murray have withdrawn from the 6500-mile reliability trial after two crashes the City still has an interest in the race. Former Goulburn Man Les Burrows whose parents or. And mrs. Bark Burrows live in Clifford Street is among 42 Drivers who have reached Darwin without loss of Points. Driving a Vanguard Burrows is the Holder of More than 20 trophies from Penrith Bathurst Albury and victorian and South australian racing carnivals and knows a great Deal about the trial route lie recently completed an extensive caravan tour of Queensland and the Northern territory. Bill Murray an earthworks contractor suffered cuts to the head when his Chrysler Plymouth Ovici turned Between Cloncurry and it. Isa. Shortly before the car had overturned near Julia Creek but it was righted with the help of local residents and the pair continued. Outside Cloncurry the car completed a orc screw in the air and landed upside Down and was so badly damaged that the Murray withrew from the event. Bill Murray was treated at Mit. Isa Hospital and later flew to Melbourne. Another Southern team uti Iton bros., of Bowral had not checked in at Mit. Isa last night. Rit. Ii. Madden also of Bowral had not checked at Darwin on tinle. The cars will Pas through Goulburn next saturday being due in Sydney at 11.141 . £12,800 needed for Parulan Road no state help the mini Ter for Public works and local government or. J. B. Renshaw has indicated that funds at his disposal will not permit any appreciable assistance being Given to mul Varee Shire Council to Seal the old Arulan Lime kilns Road. The estimated Cost of scaling the Road is �12,800. Mul Waree Council is anxious to have the sealing of the Road declared a developmental work in View of its importance to the Limestone Industry it Parulan. Council pointed out that due to the importance of the Lime Industry in National agriculture thousands of tons of Limestone Are being carried Over the Road which was originally Billt for Rural traffic. Or. L. J. Tully m.l.a., recently approached or. J. B Renshaw on Council s behalf after he had Beer informed by the minister for transport or. C. E. Martin that it was not possible to recommend that the Road to. Declared a develop mental work. Or. Renshaw informed or. Tully i have reviewed this matter at your request but i can Only reiterate that while the circumstances As outlined leave Little doubt that the work contemplated is most desirable the position is that the funds at my disposal for assistance to councils Are not such As would per Mit Acy appreciable measure of assistance being Given towards a work involving an expenditure of this magnitude. I would Point out again that the proposal of the Council would be eligible for subsidy under the terms of the common wealth Aid roads act 1950, and i can Only suggest that the advisability of financing the project progressively from this source of funds. Or. Les Cooper pointed out that it appeared the work might be carried out under the Commonwealth Aid roads act ase suggested by or. Renshaw. On his motion it was decided that the matter be noted. For inclusion in Council s common wealth Aid roads act pro gramme for next year. Spring comes to Goulburn Spring came to Gau Burn yesterday with a maximum Teni Pesature of 72 degrees. Friday and saturday Fine but very Windy provided a pleasant Relief from the showery conditions last week. To Day s minimum tempera Ture of 55 degrees was the highest registered at Goulburn size april. He that will not stoop for a pin will never be Worth a Pound. Pepys. Restrictions sought for landowners who neglected property at Friday s conference in Goulburn on the noxious Weed serrated tussock a move was made to have Shire councils. Given the Power to restrict landholders who had not made satisfactory attempts to combat noxious weeds on their own properties from purchasing further property. The move was Defeated by the majority vote of the representatives of the various Shires at tending the conference. The move was made by Ogrod Radl Bee Shire representative or. Johnson. Who moved that before a land Holder was permitted to Purchase further land he should be required to receive a clearance stating that he had satisfactorily attempted to com Bat noxious weeds on his own land. In moving this motion or. Johnson pointed out that he had in mind a Large landholder in the Yass District who badly neglected his land As far As noxious weeds were concerned. Or. Johnson said this land Holder snapped up almost every piece of land that went tinder the Hammer in his particular District. He allowed noxious weeds to become established on the land he purchased. Serious menace in this Way the land Violder was a very serious menace to the smaller landholders who were making genuine attempts to keep their land Clear of noxious weeds. Lie pointed out that a landholder faced grave difficulty in keeping his land Clear of noxious weeds when other land in his Vicinity was heavily infected. Laili neglected from. The Point of View of noxious weeds does not Only effect its owner. But is a., landholders or. Johnson commented. If Steps such As i have qut lined Are taken they Are going to. Help immensely in this prob a Rii evolutionary or. Johnson address. V. Followed by the comment it a evolutionary from the rear of the Hall. Or. Donald Baxter of Croo Well seconded or. Johnson s motion. We Are looking for ways and Means of controlling this pest and i think this May be a Way of doing it he commented. There is nothing drastic about the move. There is certainly nothing revolutionary about it. It is Only common . " this. Is.,,.oneof the worst Wees we Hove got and it is commonsense to maintain that a. Man must control the Weed on his own land before being Al Lowed to take control of other land. The Only Way to ensure that this is done would be to require landholders to obtain a Clear Arne before being allowed to Purchase further before allowing the matter to proceed further chairman of the conference or. P. F. Mooney of the Monaro Shire Council asked those present to decide by vote whether the matter should be allowed to proceed. The conference decided that the motion should not be Al Lowed. Parulan doctor s Home Entrance mud Varce Shire Council has decl Tell to Vurry out work to Cost �45 on the in trance to the newly erected doctor s residence at Asru Ian. Council decided this last week after it had received a report from the Shire Engineer or. H. B. Darke. Or. Darke s report indicated that to put the frontage to the new. Residence in order. It would be required to form n. Footway and to gravel the Roadway for a len3th of about 300 feet by 12., the construction. Q4,. A Small crossing or a Culvert outlet would also be required. Council decided that the work should be carried out after it had been assured by cr., s. Seller the the dwelling would be it Coti pled in the near future. There is no doubt that the doctor will be coming he con to rented. After discussion As to which Siirid should be used it was decided on the motion of cars Hunt that half the finance for the work be taken out of the. Maintenance fund and the other half from the town improve ment fund. Box Thorn in leg Garry Green 9. Of Auburn Street yesterday was taken to the base Hospital where he was Given treatment for a wound caused by a. Box Thorn in his leg. After receiving treatment he was allowed to leave. Forecast warm. Fresh to Strong Gusty North West winds gradually being replaced by somewhat cooler West to South West winds. Few Iso lated showers on High lands. Risk of scrub and grass fires continuing. Slight seas. Local doctor recovering after Accident a go Lburn doctor who was injured recently when another vehicle collided. With his car was brought Back to Goulburn on thursday and admitted to the base hos Pital. Lie is doctor it. Lloyd Jones. The was driving along Enmore Road Newtown on August 22, when the collision occurred. In the car with him were his wife and three children All of whom suffered injuries necessitating Hospital treatment. Mrs. Lloyd Jones and the Chil Dren escaped serious injury but or. Lloyd Jones is still in hos Pital. He is progressing Lavour ably and Hopes to be allowed to leave shortly. The family were on the Way to spend a fortnight s Holiday when the Accident happened. Trial cars above Speed limit Darwin monday despite police warnings of a 40 . Speed limit the first trial car from Darwin passed through Adelaide. River at 9.1 . To Dov an average of 45 . Privert left Darwn at at steady 15m.p,h. As Terrp erasures soared toward the Century and said they would nurse the cars in the heat. Smoky Dawson in Goulburn appearing in the highly successful . Follies Are the two highest paid artists Ever to tour the country areas of Australia and by a coincident both have appeared in american television. They Are Australia s greatest Cowboy entertainer Smoky Daw son whose meteoric Rise to. World Fame is Well known to most australians and Guus Brox world famous musical comedian. Who has appeared with world celebrities such As Danny Kaye Maurice Chevalier George Formby and Josephine Baker. They will be appearing at the Odeon Goulburn on thursday september 17. Local stud Success Larkhall red poll stud Goulburn Kwon the female championship at Tho Young a., p. And i. I society s show last week with Wood Burn Marigold and also the Reserve championship for bulls with Lark Hill Lud

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