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DUFF COOPER [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 20 May 1940

DUFF COOPER ntil du'iling the w ', who .re-. sigrle(l ot'l'ice in 19):38, Il.ellrls to tilhe British. Governincnt ,.4 - iuJinister or Infol'lihttion.

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 20 May 1940

CBrEvJRoLE co ~ERCjALS Antstralia's LePric 15 Cwt. Utilities Here's the outstandine nU lo the reo iPtU.L E R S Oedd1 Thle smart, edn hvoe Commrcin--te i nitfor Losv-eost Conemer altl e cidal unit -folr Floest 1940 Chevrolet 10-12 cwt. Utilities ("Pullma ' and "Ride haulage of all 1vet tt e lowesrt-priced master") are Australia's best sellers because t ey offer better list of features, I. I Avlble value tlhan any competitor. Complete passen r carcomfort 1.S-ewt. Utilit A ides or Drop- at tile most amazingly losv prices. By' anny e p?rison thley're with Open, Wellsides. aresn better-designed, belter-engineered, better-fct ed-with the sides bodies a.. d s 001 o, - hav ideal engine for Utility work (6 cyl. Oserhead Valve), bigger Ce-ntr-Utiitis and mercis botn.h - loand space, every wortihwhlile feature. A because of Chevroletmons6 ci Orheod V',, Er3ino Chevrolet's lowI first cost, low running cost, ld high resale the famos i-ords 0e oing, end ioth aro value voel get grcatest "oserll ec...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Terrible Ordeal [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 20 May 1940

Terrible Ordeal " LO7DON updy:Th toerrible ::ordeal of e'glit bit'ch "'iefugees,` wlho ::spnlit .71 hbu'rs i: an opeln boat 1iii : the North: Sdei, :wis reveiiled oa.lhelr arrival in a Brititis eltii . .Dul'ring, thle -nihtlmdii e ,vo?yig the ' refugees were . constantly: bombed :aind.n machline huilned.ldby Geirimanu Thei~r :on' food ;is ,a sill- loelf -of bread and; a quatter of a poid of bttttet'

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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CHEQUE FOR WAR FUNDS Southern Districts Trotting Club [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 20 May 1940

CHEQUE FOR WAR FUNDS Southern Dis~ticts Trotting Club At a .meeting of they exectitive'of! the Southern Districts TrodttinggC'ii is' the secretary, Mr. GordlonA Mili?m? reported .tliat a 'chue 'uehfor?u.?fdd representin&, the pioceeds fVsom the i hecnt pa:troimtin?ira meetihng" ha blenhndii edii t teMyr'.t Adm P ies. MinT 'The Isecretari 'i foi megd tIh corg ini'tte tha: the M: ayre i 'hadep?:sed.iMsn: appreciation on? .to:. ofhe :tf?.nthe -'nLo:i .Mayo~j~ ra Ptriotc 'and Vi arf;'und'anfdi tis s d bigigestsofharreceived Milisom, · ioweve said that 1 imselfwas veri dissppointed a had ep ecte ht theheque would Th'e meeti gepsd? aid:t h annkswr toi li d'a.?8wllf "O'the, O d i|8ohet te' tepuicas.s sooth gratis; but ge the entire :iroceeds to tha fed nd alsop sold severall tickiets Reference was made; toIthie good ipeormneldby efolti owing in ed i'siigoftibketsi psttoi the neetc ng essDan vilkdde ut G~rax, Haod HetG.~ Madd lell (rad woo l), a EDlidelli resident);o TrelandC 'i51ie...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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GOEBBELS' NEST EGG IS GONE [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 20 May 1940

GOEBBELS' , NEST. EGG' ., A AS GONE PARIS. Sutnday: 'the French Gov eriinenlt hlias confiscated . the , nesi eBg'i.:froim :lichs the: Mllinister tor Piopaganuti:in, Gerima ily, 'Dr. Goeb blinls, nhas .'been dmranivgi dlldeniids .on 1.00,Sieioz .C iiii: sliures,: ~iwrtlh over £ 7000", ' *throLgli s'the .':Luxermlnirg BiliTk.'l/i..hls lhis ,been i.evenaled by, the' Paris .col;Oiidolldenl of tlhe.. London T inioeni.'s. . . ' I:., i ' .' ,,.; . '; "

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MEN'S HOCKEY COMPETITION C.Y.M.S. Eleven Receives Trouncing at Hands of Kenmore SATURDAY'S MATCHES [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 20 May 1940

fEN'S H1OCKEY COMPETITION C.Y.M.S. Eleven Receiver Trouncing at Hands of Kenmore SATURDAY'S MATCHES 'Matches in the Central , .Southern Hlodkey Associa in:: i:s A Grade men's corn Sptition were. continued in S;idial weather on? Satutday. afternroon. .::.Two' matches were ptliyed .'tIten nore,: whei·i: Kenmore .,folloved .Ui Stheolr suede's o' f i, ivweek. Igo ,by'de: :Asively :defeating C.Y.M.S;. by ;' goal :o 4 ihlle Cential Southorii 2 :be e?etril So:luthern1:1- by; 1 goal .to :i1 ifte ainii;eveni inmtch: I :Whentbie playersi:toolk ::the;fiel d. 'var m - sunshine prevailed I'andi ::l oidiugh ';a iipness cret inito: the air Is the: aftei-'noon p-gro ss ed th '(wo iher nrovided ', welodiie :.conitirast to.t6 bie conditloni in evidelnce on-Fril' i? :vlihei: liiicintionspi nteli? :'to:: tio-n" ,evourable day for nport. .? TE,'.:r KNOT o. v,?. .8i2 :r:: .K ,en-sore, who were hot ;favou rl:t n tSheir matdhiagaist C Y.M.S,, nooe. ound ,that :they w vere' not?,gfn g ath slave tioings ni t...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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MAHER CUP GOES TO COWRA [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 20 May 1940

GOES TO COWRA nOn'Wede'sy, West: W'ylohg, wvho: ti.he reious week liad defeated. Puimut by thliee points for tlhe Maher Cupiand the! suirvived a piotest, were in. .turn beaten by Co?na b.y thrde points,: the 'fial: sdbo~ re b'eing 7 4.

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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Williamstown [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 20 May 1940

:W ililiamstown ,. Korcioit ..Trial . Hurdle , 1 2m 1 ." - -1 Penfied 1, IDalrk David 2, Bureniclrat 3::. Betting:. 6 4 sFighting Cock, 1-I 2 ureiituicat,c 6 0Dark David, 10 Le Grandl,: Boval L' autus,- 11 Stentorl 25 Penfield.. Half head;t three. :ithd a. half. lengtlhs. Time, 3m 59n's:.' : Juvenile HaXindicap e: " iiLt D?vi sion Ten O'Clcek 1; Retnuiha 2' Flash light .. Betting: 2 Retnulhii , 5Ten O Clock, 6 Canteljbuli'y, 7 Flslilight;, s Mai7 i t 1i 10 Paitisan, Public vewti, b0 Pb'inie O::'rie :a nd. .tliree-iquairtei leiniths- one leiigth. Time, 1i?i 16sin : Second 'Division: Balkan Chieif .1, Darinil.eitu.2, Throttle:3. Betting: 52' Balklan: Chief, 3 Darrawelt; - 11-2 Gold Emiti' 7 Throttle1'.i5'. Tinmtiie, Ptass. ivoidl Wobilville. HiLlf i- hue-d hill a?Iad . Time liin'61~s'?s . *Autumli:i Steeplechaise, 2my.. 7el- B? ighteilblo 1 Kent 2, Man: of Ay '3. Betting: 23- 'Rhy)i.tei ,Heni:y 'iiidri Man of :Ayr, 33 Kent. Four lengths;: Lio aniid a .half11engtiis. 'Imn, 4:6.,: B'y V...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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From Everywhere R.A.A.F. Crash. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 20 May 1940

SFrom Everywhere It.A.A.F. Cr'ash. A Melbourne cadetowas killed and; an instructor' w.s injured when a' .loyal Australialn Air I~Force planso. :rshed two .n'iles. from ei'Weirribee': (Vic.) yesterday..- ..:. Mr. Churchill a u ottlo' "The iotatienl:; used by: the i rts'i Prime q.,n.ister;:l Mi Winstonl: " hiren lL, wi.th .tvbi ieii he ccoeneluct if Shis pseechi ciai fi'od !id e autortl!oliid' 'Veriobn ."' 1' .? accaees;, ciapti. lieieec ~sO o 1 * Archbishotp' Giroy epelaling at tilet 'lannlia iietitgi .oi:ftCheaCatholcld Sda: 'n en'gsIns tithut; -emph:elsotil tlhei:ji'a. Sco r Ithd .Alli etd, caue ai? d a Dpeal:. a'd to all .:sectidns: or ;"tle iation Irc united acilon tlo achievo\vlctori, :: Aesika l aieri nI 1'rance. I is tp?rouits ii' ,.MolBoitrne\hanve r. ,ceive.;dadvic, /j k thanti .l ying Offler: .Clicbyt ,w!ll~vn 'sAu tralla's it "edle kir ::ace' on the 'Westei'i ?rdnlt wivs reported :inssiing aftet opergtibns:. onwMay 'i . In an e".x 111ir 'i0 it tile' o Police Coiitt thlls i...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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MRS. WINIFRED WHEELDON [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 20 May 1940

'-w i . " : **O:, * * :.- - - ;.*vi ** , :. :'o . ' *': MRS WINIFRED W/HEELDON Tho d oiili, occiureui on; Frhiflday Inolnfixng last. ofIMisBI.lrial!d Whod don, aged c69 ':bof f200 Wiallkeir:: Street. Sheo. had baoai 'hin lll?hBal'li-:for: iome ii-?br ?l the lie :iate' Mi.. and Ml:s., .Ili '. ifKe ilih' ' io G liniliudtl ,lived 'I ;lipr 1 i irc:,inhllio Goulbitrn .dlistrlci. 'Her aei' ly :lIfe weit siienti i)tlioe Lake Giodrgo" dij'trihtiaritil: slfe coiild; recouint mahny, oxcltlig :ex irie?liol Lassoc lited'l twitli ;thelio bufihirilngliig, daiy;.? ' I'1908 *r i V.::Vlieeldoln settled in:, Goiilliurn c'rid i;":. 1919 stanrted ai i'rnit ,blinliess iext 0door'to the Impelial IHotel, Itlli (nterprrlso ",rapidly flouil'ililBi: uln' der her capable inmanligeiinent She carrieid on ii :busilness - ilitll frodr ;yea?r.:' ago, when- sllretlrted' to :livo In Vli.Walkr ,Straeet.' i?:s: Wheeldoniiva??a . g'arit lov~er of.'" l tih dsa Iuid hill tdmany ;,,nel ,pacliiens .at lier; home. -: :,. ,'...

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OBITUARY MRS. C. DONOGHOE [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 20 May 1940

. OBITUARY : MRS. C. DONOGHOE: Theo dleath occurred on May7. at her residence .:Elleiildoii "Street,; Bun-: gndore, .'of.: Mrs. Catherrine Mary DiDonPglhoe.. ..: - :: o" The''lateo Mrs. .Donon;h'oe who .was in lier eigihty-fouirih ydar, was. born' at:MoliiSglo; Shid' was the da(iitghtbr of :tho late Mr: Lnd: Mrs. Sheehan, who i.weien among thhe Best -liniown. pfoniers 'in tliis llstrict: ,Fodllowling :lher m:ii lag'ie',g, ,, Mrs.u Dbonoglioe':llvddll :f ir" o i'ii?? years iiit Adelaide. Aboutt 20 years' ago :the faiilly. .roturned;.i to "':lunninlidor,; wiiere-lMr;s Donoghoi rbesidedt iip to. ilihl tine of her death. Her husband 'and -'daughterl 'pre(leceased her.. : .:'"She is: .survived 'b two g:Brandl - ;childlreii;:Tl:in Donoghion (who la :wl{h the A;:Ii.:.ln Palestine) and Liffrai Donoghoe (Bunigendore). Mrs.; *;J: Lanmkins ofo.Hosklinitown, :s a'sister of:: decetaed. . ' . T-;.iTo.:funerati i:tlooli. ,place it the Catholid Cometery, Bliungondbire ;i' Riv. Fr; McCuskor officiat...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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SOVIET'S POLICY Must Be Ready Says Kalinin [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 20 May 1940

SOVIET'S POLICY Muist Be Ready Says Kalinin MOlqCOW, Sundilay: "The time for the wo·ld's revolutidn approaches," said ari'member of.the SupremeCoun cil, M. Kalinin,; iil?: speech to-lay. "The Soviet milust he Ieadc fordall eventuallties,": hie added. : 'STAIA?" .MlIHT CI NCG?,.1 . IICY· NEWV YORK, Sulndayi ,,The 'WiVsli lington correospondtoll Ito thlit 'Nec YorkT linesi ctaL'es thathilllas ler licec exclusively- fl'01ni dlplomith i s'ource that tllete i0i t5 toilg iosSitility ?hat' if tlheAllies, brleak the ll-impetlusof tli Germa--rlhiy g L the Sovidt '.will shilft its for,elgil policy a.nd Silpport Britain rand Frlanice. *'The sIpeed lofl thlt, ?Nazi dr'ive i' Is reporlel i:'to lul.v silolho~kdi tile h11C lintni len (1l1 Ii 1 I I n'llolg wI, 1and .1now( f111 es thc, dangeriii of' iT ussbi becoming mer'ely n vussa of Hlltler, if not wolrSe." -/ ' "

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AIR RAIDS 20 Enemy Planes Shot Down [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 20 May 1940

AI R SRAIDS 20 Enemy Planes Shot Down LONDON, Sunday: Extens ive R.A.F. operat;ons werd car ried out last night and at least 20. enemy aircraft were'shot down. "'Yesierday's forilations or 'our bomriber aircraft ca rried out extes vle oporatiols . in Belgnu:n , ad Frknc e i" says o Alrl Ministry com muniqlue. "Tlie object' or these opera tiels :was to haruss the lines of com minicitilobis :'of the Go l;ian, advance iio-'rlldvove the presuti;oonOl the Allied 0:1, ' IOut' Ihfiher caircraft, ilattol ing' In suipport, -accouilted( forh ' a large numberi'of ih l.Oit, aiircraftnt of all .ype:. ro:m' preli ninary 5e (put I, "re teiv?(1l ltltg to sito nly part of.:01 oiir fighliier activties; : it, is knowl:n that at·least 20 eneyou a ilrcaifft wLod Sliot lo\it'- . "Harassi:g. operations were con tinuedl during the nigh'tr by heavy baomber for: Lnti:s 1In Soutih e1l glum, : :i roow:. l'. 'iil roop con:d centatio:l[:s broken up, ,ndi roalds bloclkel. S'Siltlltaneoiusly other formationst of l...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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"THE LIFE OF OUR EMPIRE IS AT STAKE" MR. WINSTON CHURCHILL TO THE NATIONS The Days Of concrete Forts Are Gone DRASTIC CHANGES, IF NEEDED, WILL GIVE THE LAST OUNCE AND THE LAST INCH [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 20 May 1940

__MP _ ATS , ,TA_ E."I The Days Of Concrete Forts Are Gone DRASTIC CHANGES, IF NEEDED, WlL GIVE THE LAST OUNCE AND THE LAST INCH LONDON, Sunday: "I speak for the first time to you , as Prime Minister in a solemn hour in which the life of our country, our Empire, of our Allies, and of the cause of free dom itself, are at stake," said Mr. Winston Churchill, in his address to the nation and the Empire to-day. ' * 3i ' 'j''"tr-emendous battle is raging in France and Flanders. The Germans, by a remark able combination of bombing, tanks and parachutes, have broken through the French de fences near the northern end of the Maginot Line, 'and strong columns of armoured vehicles 'have advanced into the country, bringing about a state of open warfare. '"The appearance of these armoured units in unexpected places has caused some alarm and confusion. Behind them.are now appearing infantry in lorries and large masses of men are moving forward. The re-grouping of the French army is taking place, a...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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SCARLET FEVER AT DALTON [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 20 May 1940

SCRLET FEVER Ar * bScalet fet·e hs boken Dalton dl.where a nothebl: aid I,:ze chi ld reii haVe con tralctel j"e eoieplztiflt 'ro)have ace bee' maceu 'bY ~ny fuAn~lahlfca \'u IO'~4~·i~_ ~·::''uitf.:ll

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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AMATEUR CYCLING [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 20 May 1940

, A ':,'MA EUR CYCLING Las aturdyay t ive miles .rOce aga?ni.attiacted it:ood field and some very goodl .iclng .wvass seen despite the cbold:afternooiin; E. Murdocli rode well ftedi theb.30 ec. manrlt to secure flist place an1d fastest time. Results: E:' liurdoch (30ses.), 12.21, fast :est inm . .. . . 1 C:BIeresford (30sees.), 12.45 ,... 2 C. Pritchard (1 15), 13.20 2-5 ... 3

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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CREDITABLE SHOWING BY WEAKENED GOULBURN TEAM Yass Defeated By 10 Points To Nil VISITORS DID NOT DISPLAY LAST YEAR'S FORM [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 20 May 1940

CREDITABLE SHOWING BY WEAKENED GOULBURN TEAM Yass Defeated By 10 Points To Nil VISITORS DID NOT DISPLAY LAST YEAR'S FORM (By "FORWARD") Goulburn's 10 to nil victo y aga'nst Yass at League Park yesterday was most encouragin ;, particularly when it is remem bcred that the home team that ;ook the field was looked upon as w'ek 'bwing to the fact that several prominent rep. men were kipt out of the game through injuries. CGooi Le 1 evre, Bill Slharilnl, Riol. Gormian and1 Jaclk Sthtues C l, ii liue to 'tidK thile field, an Ihu11 it couid: not be consideredl a Uilly;' reiiesenlttive a thirteen . Tilhe ,ide .?;as :rearriinged, with ,Godfreyt fiig :liito the cehitie,:-R. Sharmalilil epilacinig hist ill tle second row, Cat' ni uglih :takintig u?l th ?loclk:positio ?i,' imdBlrtlice Shuires rickiig.; Thiese- for-' varils dlid good oir;: Shaainian ilifui h g:in0mr8ie -dash(1intihiis play:than he ,hbw'ed,;tii thledup gamies, his follow ing.o[n :bell?) afeature, -Cavanough. :lever let. up?-:Piryi...

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WINNER WAS INELIGIBLE Stir At Canterbury Races [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 20 May 1940

WINNPER WbrbAS INE~IGIIBL~E Stir At Caniterbury Raes M.'r who was not eli.iblo froi th.e 'irsot liviason of.the Piogi:essiSe StaBkes t. Canieiby :Parl'k oil Satiiirday. won hIe ra'ce aind the sweight flag, was, run up befoie the. erroir was olis0overed.g The stewiards repIorted: "Sobie tiime aftte 'eight ihad beenu declaet d foii:r ,lo,." N. Dewsbdrhy, pa::irtt-owneri aiil tamieil woas. questioned ias" to the? eligibility of the marer.Ie stated 'she'. Jiad n?t won more. than £12 5 whlichi v: ,s ,the i.alific'it ?o xf, the xae, when it: was ipointoed out tl ta the race wars for ·horsee who Ihald inot woy n 5a :,ce ot: races of. the .total :valu .oft C155 jbh idmitted that in th,',e eg- regate 'g:lid ha won nior. tisi.n £125 and )vwas herefore '.'not -eligible: T?le owne rs weieo cited .to appe'ni4before: tie stelv 'rds at , 11 o'clock at :the A.J.C. office on-Moeulny." It .was generally agnreed on Saturdliy .hat tIle.nttempt by the'A.J.C. to create a stan'idard for restricted races ....

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TROPHY WON BY H. ROSS Goulburn Railway Ambulance Rifle Club's Shoot SIX REACH LIMIT [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 20 May 1940

TROPHY WON BY H. ROSS Godlburn Railway Ambulance Rifle Club's Shoot SIX REACH LIMIT 'The (ouilbllirl Iailhvay Atlbu lance Rifle Club'k shoot Sat 3:1() -ards on Saturdlay afternoon markemd the.eleventh stage of01 tlhe Palmer, nass and (raniiimondi . Strophies. A varying light aind ciiingoable, i'd 'pset marlsmeon's'. 'calcul'tiorns. Harry' Ross carried o't :'the:' dailyr dtrophy;". T. \pegg'an b oL' :*'Olxen, lwith om rry- Ross 4 -('1) 5 . W .LaD - 8 c ,'.ach;' .also .Sh t: i ell.':: .e -: 4;. (4) 50", Ct'.<'Maddes', 4 46 '(5:) :;5.0 ;'H. :Plet chier 44 ( L 5'Osij en.:8 48(2) .50:v"r1:?.Tlckner ;44t (5) '.49 ; "J :.,Car:? iman;,:45 '(4') ( 49: ' .BGulss s ,4'4; (5);4"l o.. Hasler, 47 (2)3 49' ?L :.; Wnchesterdi Thomson, '42 ( 6) * 4 8 DI * Dennv;:?t42. "(4i' '4 64 0 F. *Waters, 8 3 7.V . (9): .4:'6;-::J.. nohustoi '-"41 .i(55)?"46 . ;":II.' Wiloni; 4. 0' ('f6) ,:46'' P. 'Miuiiibei'bon 43 ?(3: 3) 46:' '. Wibey: 39(4) 43 J Glass, 'Next Soturidsvth'i R.R A. will"hold zmusketr...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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EMPIRE MATINEE [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 20 May 1940

EMPIRE MATINEE A special matinee is announced by the Empire T'neatre management for to-morrow afternoon, when the ad mission Will be 1/ to all parts of the theatre. Two particullarly fine action films have been secured, and the pro gramme is dlefinitely one that should not be missed. "Fight to the Finish," featuring Don Terry and Rosalind Keith, will be the main attraction, and supporting it will be "Phantom Gold." a thrilling WVestern starring a cast of well-known pilayers. This will be thile first Goulburn release of both films, which are such that they will proviie- excellent entertainment for old and young alike.

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