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Speed Proves Expensive [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 7 May 1940
Speed Proves Expensive. .,, Pot linvit.ng' xcceded fihespeed S limit of. .0 milies mt lit in LugootliS'tret otn March 22 hiti , Fr'Flceiick ll6diiey oInd-g6ti,io -: '? - Ciroydtont ':Sirct, e hl, 'eltrl in, .: Wi t' ftiiitld "~, 2/10/, 'wit ll / cost(,. .:i, the Goullnirn Police Court yi'st rdli:y; SFo a tnsiila ' offencei at Marulan, Sbiiis Williani "CattLs, of:. Gladswodd iGardens, :Double ,Biy, ' and Patritik Cauroll:: Lysaglit, of " 17?' Phillip il'eitree:t,Sydney, were fined £,1, with :,S/: costs, and tl 0/,. with 8/ costs, re .eilectiVely. :'"1l IHerbertt Hines, of T:: G6"Atchisoni Street,\' Wollongong, was i-'.eso .finedd the latter amount for ek '?d?eiclng tiot liit tInn Laigoon Street. .-SeIs ien' e\-piaite issue uagainlst H-hud .B;Rli; `Constable :Eric Bourchier said h'tli t".albout 9.55 ti.an. oil Marchl 22 he :irw tthe defendant idriving a motot S'ir: in Lagoon 'Street. . Fir m .near - Uii ei -Street ;to :Aubuirn' Street, a dlistiunce of half ia mile, Hudson' was I i'ive...
MORE SILOS ARE WANTED [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 7 May 1940
MORE SILOS ARE WANTED SYDNEY, Tuesday: The Minister for Agiricilture;. Mr?. Reid, announcedi yesterday that I,,plains for additional wheat silos andl extension of some ex isting- elevLtois had been drawn up, il.,di: would ;leceive' iimmediatei atten -.i ti l:; Cabiniet: ' Mr . Reid ii dded: "We wait. more ailose fdor coiitr.y dilisftriefs to' hold :otir i.:: ifheat," due. ,to. 'the conigestion which w: oi occur next.Noveiiilier if- we leave h' a big `carlyrover fromn this seasonbi;,'
DRIFT FROM CHURCH Danger Spot Created [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 7 May 1940
DRIFT FROM 'CHURCH Danger Spot Created Speaking at the Goldsmith Street. Methodist Church on Sun day evening, Rev. A. G. Mane field, B.A., Home Mission Secre .':tary of the Methodist Church in N.S.vL, declared that there was need of a great spiritual crusade throughout the length and breadth. of Australia. Mr. l Mannefield, wlho based his re mnark,3 on the wordal of Mlatthew,, Chilpter 20, verse 6; ''Why Standi Ye Her'e 1All Daiy Idle?", spoke of the. drift from the COiui'ches. He said .that tlie. -main' s0oir'e of ddanger which' ev?i'vy ountry faced dame from those. ipeople who h.lad, thrown off all re stlraillt who wviolied to be a law unto them'eelves, and who' foigot the cdom :moai basic' laws, of life. In the; experilence of the empires it .wais not always.c the lig enemy armies ;?vhich .B?1ought. about ,their dowfifall, hbut they were overthrowni by. forces .within?the -life of the Em-' plres ' theliselves. Thlit wa's particii lnrly :triue of Rome, which was brou'-it to iuin n...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 7 May 1940
Inmme?te Servni nti trans sctiojo red tbe m re our re e c r they are You 'rep sekl t You repay wekcei rteeivs lutnalmentJ receive in l~amenlr £10 .. 5/- £20 .. 7/6 £15 5/- £25 .. 7/6 .s., i t p.... se .tiun o delay. Strict .priv.cy aposi ,d Investment Company Limiteo S9t?U03 D CAPITAL £400,000 -. E.S. & A. flank Chambers Cnr. Montague and Auburn Streert Telephone, Goulburn 465 Crookwell EACH AFTERNOON Buy THE GOULBURN EVENING POST from GEO. NICHOLLS or M. FLEMING'S NEWSAGENCY BACKACHE, LEG- PAINS MAY BE DANGER SIGN Of Tired Kidneys If ckache and log pains are tmakin you miserable, dot t just compl in and do nothing aboutt them. Nature may be warn ig you that ur kidneys need att ntioti. Th kidneys are Natur s chief way taking excess acids d pois onou waste out of the bloe . Most eop ' pass about 3 pints day or abou 3 pounds of waste. If the 15 miles of kild y tubes and ilters don't work well poison ous ,aste matter stays in t e blood, caus ng nagging backach , rheu-. inatil p...
HIDES AND SKINS Values For Sheepskins Unchanged [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 7 May 1940
HIDES AND SKINS Values For Sheepskins Unchanged ? inlchcomlbe, Carson, Ltd., report: A sitrolig deoinalid was. experienced fil-. slleepskIins at .'practically, un changed valites at the. past weael's Sydney sales1. Best'. ti: full '.wool ilerlloM sold tfrot;m 9d to I 0old PerS hbi, odiodiary S?id, to 9d';. tL'o-third: wools Sil.tO.9. 1, 1 wools Gliil'to 71d, 3rd wools 5r€d to fiLd.i;. Wbols '3G-o l no 4 .I l, lambs 5l to'r '0d.- Best i' to" full.'Wool cI'rossbeods, .l edill li Id' fine ctiality, realised from'- 71d toa 9 i'd per lb., ordinary 6I0' dt to .8 d,. two-third wools Gid to- S'd,- .wbols o d .to -to 71d, 3rd wools l41' to 61dt, ; wools . :3 ' to.4 I .d,LiPnollis I 1361d P?e.d lls soldl fronlm 1d- to .2t l perilb. ' - No quiotable alteratlio 1dvas expedr enlced in tallow villifes.. Prime sorts sold'f;om ri' 21//./6 to £'21/10 / per ton, good £ 2'0/15'/ :to-; 21/5/, fali to good £20 to £ 20/10/, mtediutil £18': to :19/5; lifderior tb £16/10/, itrid tins td- £16. )eolhand' 'fo...
BABY SANDY Coming To Empire To-Morrow [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 7 May 1940
BABY SANDY Coming To Empire To-Morrow Releasing a barrage of bright quips and hilartious antics which will sweep the atudillence into re. peated gales of laugliter, Hugh Herbert and baby Sandlly liromp theirl way through. Universail's "Little Accident," cotming to the Emlpire to-Imorrow, to establish .thenlselves?a- ai whirlwind ilew a .comlltedy tealm. Although -Herbert, as the worried baby editor, has a roleo.which iults his talents perfectly, baby Silangly gurgles - and coos 'her, w.iay;. througli.i.. the story ivith such 'Ichari ,thit :shd"e: : swill wiil all, members of the audlienee Who-lihave ti'd already: been captivat ed. by liei' r'efreshing pnersonitlity. Sandy is even h.betteii?thlan she "is in "East Sil'e of Heavefi'and '"U'n- ? expected Father.', S he?" lii'"~i' a it takesn to mlake :the world : gi . ugh SFliorence Rice: aliil Ricdhird di.r sodi halidle their ?1oitanitlc, -ssigni merits plesingly: .. : S.'oving s;wiftly .ind sinoot?l '.r?oii' the opening sceie, with, n...
GOLF COMPETITION AT GUNNING [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 7 May 1940
`GOLF COMPETITION AT GUNNING: i UNNING 'lo;at fo golfeis whio :eai nae iiii 'o aittendl the Feld I. Cli;?ili'si i uYival ail t "Ctil:riit on Sundayi n ifs ifflioldsi competition was each: 1 ) Scores?-A? : I . .J:7"-Iillan fn', (20) 72 H ?.I. H. Med?way, 108 (3S). 72; v.: Lan'ton;.101 (27) 7?i C. . MeILa'Ien, 8'S:(22) 7.7 Iu f 'Claii'Il, 2 .(1S)- 76; 0.. Oialley:'9 03 (10)?-77; .J I, ;Ditenpi, OS (20) 78;L?' I Tlidnias, 105 (18) S0; A.E. Bateup, 114' (24) 900 OOi.Siitlay, wiiien the seasoli will be officially. openied, play in the first event, Will commenonce at 10 n.n. SI'::A;ivitatation ,isaextended to' visit; oi"s.ftlb ilii otlief' climbs
WOMEN'S HOCKEY Competition Begun [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 7 May 1940
WOMEN'S HOCKEY Competition Begun lenmibore ovei'whelliiold C.:G.'. when play , in the women's hickey. y compellitionl was com-.. • meliced 'at lKenmore on Saturtlday : lficftlenod(ls.. .Knmo'c- ran out `. vinnhers by 1.2: goals .o l t FIater Shaving led. 4-1 at hali-time. Superior comnbiiiationi ?y the Ke:i ,more forwaitds' wits .. reslposible' for the team's victori, while the side' :s it hliole g.gave a :better. display. .' 0.G.M. girls' would, have achieved better results had they liot' tried 'tmo concentrate on straight passing and had 'usedoi morie effort: in hittiig ·nr. liill: .A good 'dislhlay was given 'by the C.G.M.,goalkeeper, M. Atiilstronoi. Kenmore 'icoreris were lF;. ''amsett (8). M Gi'och (3) aiid; Sqilitres. C.G.M~sa o.ily igoal wa's: lietted biy T. Fields. ', LUIClIRDIS v. SCIOOI?L? Blluebirds" gained a 7-0: victory 'at 'the 'expense of HI-gh School:. High School .ittacked uwell dtuillg the first. half,, but- wore unlable "to: sustain their- efforit.. Bluebirdils f...
Wanted Doctor Cuttle [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 7 May 1940
W::anted Doctor Cuttle 'Something in, the nature 'of a "'test case" occurred at the. JuneB District lHospital' last;.. week. Takei~:to the institution by namibh lande' officers," an intending patient asked leforei admission' whether he could have the;seivice of:Dr; CuDtlie. LI: Cuttle :it will be irehlemberied, was suspended firom the staff attend.' ant 'at the, hospital ' bythe board fol lowing on a ireport by Mlr. J. Scobie, S.M . -' . '- :": The. patient was informed, that Iif he wishe:l to beu admitted. he would be given the services.of either'of the '.thp" "·'noraries to the hospital, bi.. th.li Dr". Cuttle could' not. attend'him' Consequently' he left.: the institu-' tion and'it is understoodl that he .as. admitted later to Dr: Cuttle's private hospital.
Still Charming [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 7 May 1940
Still Charming.? H}ONOLULU: M.'Iillioiis of People, young :nd :ild 'the:world over thrill e' ittie 'sight of Miguer:i ti Clark, petite sta~: ofthe silent screen, in the idays'of the Great War.. 'MAH UERtI'E oi:4CAg,- . ia,, silent InoVic star. To-day she is holidaying in Hawai. -with herimeinories.,. She 'has. retaited:: all. h?t sweet eniss:andl charmn that made herethle darling :of million's in the -days. of Mary' Pickterd li nd Gloria,: Swanson. ' `e t1h heigh't of i' ,cmy reer," shei 'said, l"wlen I i was getting 10,000 iliillrsc.weekly a big oaniount 'in tlose (di', anui iiiiarried:.m What , lian id;tl: iiost ;:: f all' iw~s a' iilpy lmarried ic f Id. I fiounid t,.". (Her husasn , Harry(.Palmerston Willliamis, died . recently.) : :,Sh?is 'ist. as: cte ani. aplpealing as she ',tiwsi years ago.. She has honey- oloturedt hair hazel eyes and.a cliptivating smile. She is only Arft. loin tall.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 7 May 1940
Quick, Sure STOPS ACIDITY If you have acid stomach, don't wait for I- the.next attack -get DeWitt's / Antacid Pow der now. The first dose will prove how quickly this moder anedy comrre dit su ere Fr dcidi an Hc trone .ys Mrr D n, f scuif, V obtained I porary relief until De Witt's c owder. The st do e made an provement. Bfore I had finished the second tin my indigestion had gone." You can get the same sure relief from acidity, or any form of indigestion, if you take De Witt's Antacid Powder now. DEWITT'S ANTACID POWDER For Indigestion, Acid Stomach, Gastritis. Of chemists and stores, in large canisters, 216. New giant size(21 times quantity), 416. 377 15 Y R I CKYNUM ER NY Goulburn wome I know that this number brings th m one or two. days f free dcin from wash-day dr? iigery ena h week. Ju t phone 377 ' and a. an will ca . for the househol linen an I return it to youi home, by lenica.lly launder d,/ ini iqu ik time. The cost is trlf S1 lin . Try it this week M dern 'Lund Co. Justi b...
WAGES CLAIM [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 7 May 1940
:A tthe Industr ial lagistrate's aCort _... which Selb/;lhdmiai;With. im ioail tead I ischiming 2301/oi iga Sfoiro , "' th Mai," nlii ";-,' L 'e . ;, Pty. joned :until ::ionday :-inext, r D. B. Friser, of Meaers :'Johnson. and Sendall, appeared fori the pllili tiff, while the defendants were repie sentesl by Mr. W. T. Brennock, of MIessrs. T'Ihomans and Brennock..
HORSE CAUGHT IN RAMP [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 7 May 1940
HORSE CAUGHT IN RAMP When being' driven rtlnioiteh ttlih main entrance gates iat? St :Patritck'e lollege this niornifng a' horse attached -to a fruiterer's critt ow'ned byl'Mr. J. 'Brown, was "involved :'in a peculiar nccident. 'As '.bhe hbrse ;was crossing a ratmp its 'hiid, legs becaime .wedged between the iron: .ailings.. and thile Sanimal was held firimly until :the' owner, assisted by Bro: Ptirton, of St. Patrick's College,..ind pissing inotorl ists. pulled tbhe hlirse oult witl' Iropes: It appeared :little tile Vwo , fo0 r tone accident.
HOYTS RITZ "Over The Moon" To-Night [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 7 May 1940
HOYTS_`.RITZ "Over The Moon" To-Night If thie essence of romlance is the weaving of day-dreams inlto life, then Alexander shoird's "Over tile Moon,". now showing at Iloyts" Ritz; is. the `cream of romantic stories.' '. "::' AllH the ;"stuff .that.:.:'romantic dreams are made on ih'ave founiil their way into' the coniposition ofo. this gay lniid giddy '!'story. which discovers Merle. Oberoni: as, an tmin poverished orphan'' in, Yorkshire, and dances her as ai" millionairie heiress across Europe: he anclful ingredients..are less i po nt than the :pace' hilarity nd comic consequences of il:iss Jb on's bew"ildered ;tr'n-sformation In Europe's richest play-girl. Only le is not really bewildered: She's 'bbborn, she's, 'pig-lheaded,,. she s oops shovelfuls out of.her millions and scatters them over her cavalcade of hangers-on, but 'ill: the time she keeps her head, :.and, :in spite of complications, her heart. That's not so hard: as it may seem. because she: had. alre?idy lost it to Rex Ha...
HOMEBUSH SALES [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 7 May 1940
S' DN " 1'T uiesdayW:_ .'linchcomhe, Cnirson;-Ltd.;, reportthat20,335:'sheep lid :lanilis ,were yarded lint Hobebhsh' yesteldiy.: The deniiand for liuilbs wns brighter. Sheep were firm. On the hobof'at thei yards. good lto prline ewe iniittboi ?lade 2jd to3 3'd per pound, 'ee?theris;' 3 to 3ld" hlioggets r4.td to ,l?id lasnilis d (?d,'; tl;suckerS (i'id to 7;:. Goobli todi;ilmi"e ewes, 9li to 12 mn6iths. ?woo1;: made 1S/i to 21/, later shoin'. 1/ toi16 /,' ] etliers, 9 to 12 inioilths',: o;obP20/ to37/, nlater shorn 15/ to 1:8' lmilih ind'lioggets 22/ to 2!t)/ su?kersi 22/to. 29/. There. were '1461 'cittle: Completition was strong er. Goodh to''lprhne vealeirs made 42/ to 50/ 'per hmldieill pounds, steers 40/ to. 44/, leifers 36/ to 1l/, bullocks 34/ to: 40/,.cows 112/ to 27/. I SYDNEY; Tuesday: Pitt, Son and ilBagery,: Ltd., report, that 20,335 sheep ,ini limnbs' were penned yes toerday,,the offering being cliiefly of medium- quality. Primue sorts wero 'scarce, with grown sheep str...
BROKE HIS BOND Second Lapse By Youth [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 7 May 1940
BROKE HIS BOND Second Lapse By Youth Itlenneth .McSullea, I ), was fined- '2, or four (clays', whrii lhe :admitted at .tile Goulimhirn P1lidei Court yesterday that lie ,:ldirihi'ecently coinititted abiielic hi (if- the? recognismice hele',d iiu i tered ilnto at Goulburn late liust ".McSullea:was chargedA on October 2 list with hiving assaulted the door keeper. at a local dance iand oln that occasliot the, offencei:i:'as .- fo.uild proved;::but the P?.M'Mr M !. J. RyaLn, ewithout I1rioceedliig to a iconviction, bound .defendlaitn, over iri iils .iown boild' of 4£20, to 'be of good !,elilivi out: fodi: tb years.. .Yesterdly tuhe. P. M.rWase liforitnd that MtcSulle- had commirtted i-bireach of his: recognisance as a'i;esult' of his convictioln oni April ..loi ii dchaigel of indllecent' brehariouri' I'.Ms :.COMMIBSN' I' Renmalrkiiig that? the October' as ;aulti had inot beetln ?of -?,'t serious ature. M r.yaitn. said :he supposed, the' defenidaiit had been' drutink at-tlie time. M?cSull...
"A Disgrace" Technical Training At Canberra [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 7 May 1940
"A Disgrace" Technical Training At Canberra Conditiionls under which tech niiial traininsg waI s citrried:. o "it ii caiiberra ivwere dei?ioriIed ri. Hos o liepresen'( aoti) dting -' " hie.:s'aid Rthaist it was a: duty ot then , Govrnimetnt to take anl.active'inter-::, est, ili techhnical ~;ediication&lt; trl?aii si;;. : the euflipoeu fodai tbgn youths added that' in some -instancesi by bo caus ot,.the conditions. That: wa the ? 'tate ":o0aat f'sls a. co.u ?'i ot:: :months ago ian diti :supposeii' s ' i siiie to day.
Contractor's Mistake CAUSES STORM AT YOUNG [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 7 May 1940
Contractor's Mistake CAUSES STORM AT YOUNG The bottom lihas fallen olut ,of;': the tender of tIr: A. O. Gillics 's Sfot l the building of tlie giiltl: stilid at the new Yoting i-Sports groinil He- folind flintlhe hit, 'l onittel.. to nmlie : provisioiio:fiitr- -18 tois of consstructitionl.t s teIt : at' aiproxli atelyo 2 g1 35 " "i11 ' sa ys the 'I cit?- g. tiieiss At the last meeting of the Youn hMuinicipal Couincil a- letter was ire ceived fromnieM:i Gillies withdrawin'g histleiider, apologising for. aniy :incoil venienice,that miay' lhave beenl', aied to the councii;l and askiig to ie ia lowedht.o roe-tender: ?- .'. . . :, TThis w his l. t'calm b efore .-tlio sto im--the; pielude to an impassioni ed, speech: by. Ald:',R :i' ;le i Wfhich h:ie declareid. thlitt', the 1kouticit linas lost the confidence 'of: the rh.ite payers. T'his leil: to a counte -ittacic by: th Mayor, Ald." :A. M. Rabhiets, w ho spiltedly defended the position of the council and finally asked Aldl. Bowles to fu...
British Interest In The Mediterranean Situation And The Balkans Grows GERMAN GUN-BOATS ON THE DANUBE Goebbels Propaganda Is Working Overtime [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 7 May 1940
Brftasý Iteret Sn The Medittrr auean Situation And The Balkans Grows Goebbels' Propaganda Is Working Overtime LONDON, Monday: Apart from to-morrow's debate in the House of Commons, British interest is centred in the Med iterranean position, which the German press is misrepresent ing with familiar regimentation. Meanwhile the Italian press continues to supplement the Ger man campaign with a side-thrust at British political tension, the Popolo di Roma saying: "We are quite satisfied with. the Chim berlain Cabinet." Iteports frlom YIugoslavia suggest ing that Italy. s reinforcing . troop concentratllons . on the Yugoslav froin tier gAined weight :lwhenu uthplitatlie. quarters, Laccording to tie Associated Press Rlome colleslldolent,, admitted. th;at Italy was "t'akhis: precautions because of the Britislh at d Frolncs istrigues." GERMAN GUNBOATS The Dally lMail's JBucharest co'r respone(lcllnt decliares 'he is receiving more confiriationr of bhe reports'that German gunboats are' colcent...