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MAN KILLED Car Strikes Sulky [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 20 May 1940

MAN KILLED Car Strikes. Sulky George Finlay Power;;aged 60 a labourer residing at G'on -dah, was killed. when a siulky, he was driving was struck: by a car near Yass on Saturday, Powerl: accbminpaniied .by his .on; George Merivyn l Powdr, 19 i ia liaourer, wielli:rtlilIhliiilnoe albout: 7 ,o'clk. wlien i a''car:tdilvenulby: Mr P.,R; O: Mliddleton;a of GoullIubr.iainaproached erom the rear andi: collided li ith thio ,ulky, throwing both menieouit. :i ' Powel;: selln, waso eniplbyeci at i iurrlijcl k ' .' : as ,an - ?assistant calep stoward, wasl'1 llei in itanitly; . It.. i: s:'.'tated ':thait at' car was appr'oichili, the Sullky fromit the opposite direction, 5atlF it i thouglibt possiblie atLi owing to .otho glaire frm: thel lamps of this carr lis driver of the: clir ilnvolved in tahoeic cident did iiot see thoe sulky lil timo to. avoid ail Aiccidlent.'. : , :: Yass Ambulance wnaH cillied to tlio sceae anlld ,tratted Geoigo. Meryyn Power, 11ho wastl niot stdriously ,li Jured, .

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TROT DERBY Goulburn Club's Classic Race [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 20 May 1940

TROT DERBY1 Goulburn Club's Classic Race At a meeting of the conunlt tee of the Goulburn Trotting Club held on 1'riday night, it was revealed that no fewer than' 80 candidates remained in the 1041 Derby, to be run on Janu ary 1, after second forfeits had been taken. Only nineteen withdrawals were made after the first and second for feits, and it was claimed that with 86 of the original 105 entries stand ing their ground there was every rea son to anticipate the classic proving the most successful ever run in Goul burn. The final forfeit for the big event falls due on October 3 next and it is likely, on present indications, that the final acceptance will reach re cord proportions. Among the en trants are several from interstate sup porters, while every noted breeder and owner in N.S.W. is at present represented in the race. Decisions reachedt by the commit tee included one to renew member ship with the Trotting League of N.S.W. It was felt that the league is doing good work for the s...

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

ELECTRICITY Restrictions Still On .Vheoi tl Clqllujitu~jin of gas aIl( chictricitiyl restti'ion.is' in Gcu-o .iiurn wqs irifeired'i thnis Indhit oing? tT?he 'owit ctIlclrk, |i(r Il J. McLcan, hl said that the tIcal inx-itolritlcs land ino-et'treceive L advice that :'the estrictions l i'otildI be:?liftcld to-(leday.V .• 'aIr. McLean ald(eile'thai:t the ~Elect rical, Enigineir,' Mr. H :K. Coitt s," as n :Sltich iwith Codoniiii?r;an'il anly adlice would -probably conlo'f l r1i that. qunirter :- :: .: t :wias eillihasisedt- th'at the 'iart ial lifting :obf.restrictions oIn Frlday night for late shopping ~as 'not 0n anlly accolunt tdo be interpreted as a' general abanidoninient .of the; rstroIc tiens. SYDNEY,: Moindit l J fthe IL gishli Live Assemnibly to-day?M.r. '.i: A.- Iloyd, U A.P., asked wh,' the .Governlienl: allowed .the frestilctLioSti to cooitinue durlng the · iel-endi eiille liermlt.ml ting ,adlitional liglits "int shis' onp Friday night: . : 'Surely the use of .houseoldel's. ...

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

SMALL DEBTS CASE In an ex-parte issue at the Goul burn Small Debts Court this morn ing, the N.S.W. Mont de'Piete D. adnl I. Company Ltd., was awarded £18 in its suit against Norman Kelso Jess for that amount. Alexander McHague, manager of the plaintiff company's Goulburn branch, said that an agreement was entered into in August last year, the original amount involved being £25. Defendant had paid only £7 off the debt and witness asked for a verdict for the balance of £18. A verdict was accordingly granted and the defendant was ordered to pay 11/ costs.

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

MAILBAG ROBBERY Dairyman Is Charged It i:> now diSclosed thatl tle man irrlsted 11 ll Frdlay, after noo0l In conniection with tihe tleft froni a malilbaox on the Courldjnah railhwa sidlilg',. near Picton, of ' a registered. paicklig containingli more thaln 77, is a young" dairy- ';[:" Iman who resides inl thle locqlity. The arrest was nmade at abouit 7 p.ml., after investigatiois lastingifor the greatcer pai t odfi.two days,,' bI Sydney police nand ,'post office of ticlals. As stated :.lin'Fidliay'sa'YPosI, the whole of ttiiemoyibri' amounting to £77/3/,. hasieo:en ::reco6vered;.;?.,' So far a's canm jbe ascertained; .tlie money was stolen ii'n thlici vi ityio' 7.,15 on ThursdIiy mm riiorig mi·iorzeth'lni an hour, after. a l'ilway guiiardi;In accordance. witi irooitin,: had pilacdil the Imoney ailid ~their mail.t iltiitded for invalid lenssioners ait the .Coridid. jahil T.. setloitiieht, in ,it 'Post OOffic' box at the tidi?ngi;,: :t. The ..guird, locked ithe bbox at (i.28 a.m., ...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FURTHER RAIN ON HIGHLANDS [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 20 May 1940

FURTHER RAIN ON HIGHLANDS lorecast:, Further rain on the coadst'?nid adjacent highlands with som'e heavy falls. in' parts of the ceitral 'cbast; unsettled condition's wits- rain developing, also in thp ceintral,-and north-gast districts; maianly.:fluie for the present in the fai;'west"and north-west: cold to' cobol~generally; mist-and fog itni the:'-astern districts; .frosts I.. soutilern .inland areas; fresli to siqually south to south-east winds; moderate to rough sea.

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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Missing Girl Found [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 20 May 1940

Mlissing Girl Found ,: .A, young (Gounllullrn girl whil" ilsallpe?itrer l .fi'ili h lhotiic ll- :dl ' Ig the we?l -end Waio lontlhed ri -. 7?Sydne)~ alboubl?,4 hlou ni1i.?:hli;. : {.. The ihrl; who ,is aige; shbo itl yeati's ?lesidesl on the outltitu'ls otf Goulllhr'.i: She lef t 'homii;"t :is un lderitood; oil Sitirdlay afternooli; tin id .lwhe n heli dlifslilpearance. atouseil.sus Ipicion tlema tter 'd a~soiepo itdtfolithe'i police1t ql?ntiries'r eremaide 'iidl: she: wadsi e locatddaiitErslinevihll yesyeleidday uDrf?i h6?liaji s the fst i w6d.' oi'.9 tliee monbilths t oinainli as v:?s.i;Ltntiesed an: l eitrenmely largk numbedi' of simliailr esciilides ca:p'e hitch hio?wiver., halilve iia nlif Inoi;fvedil o bs ofschool 'iige In.ever instaniie h.rtinaVw?ays 1,,h; liei loc ori c t hd, 'itil lierlodI' raiglng etnr'dnectto th eii?hies;": wit ; i .T h h :, e ?: .' iib i 'tot fe;+¢.?"i :iys g7 til;: ail¢:t:istiAtallihn "-Consolidated triiust lea o,:d niodify t:i?e agreenlefitt for ?-iite...

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

PERSONAL B?igadier W. E. Smith, M.C., E.D., coI~imandlng the 14tlh Iifantry Brig gade, accompanfed by Maijor R. N. Herford, Staff Captain to the brigade, paid a visit to Goulburn and inspect ed the headquarters of the battalion on Saturday. Later he went on to Canberra :dnd returnled through Goul burn to Sydney to-day.

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

30 DEGREES Yesterday's minimum temperature reading'of 30 degrees was the lowest recorded in Goulburn since July 28 last year, when the mercury dropped tb 29.2 degrees. In that month the mlinmum temperature fell below, the 30 degrees mark on eight occasiops.

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OBITUARY MRS. S. J. COOPER [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 20 May 1940

OBITUARY MRS. S. J. COOPER Mrs. Sarah Jane Cooper, who. vas well-known in Goulburn, died sud denly at Wollongong on Friday morn ing at the age of 68. She hadl been in ill-health for many years. Mrs'. Cooper, whoi was' born at Camden, had lived in this city for 30 years before settling at vollongong four yeirs ago.. She was an inde fatigable worker for the Cowper Street Methodist Church in all its activitles. Her husband, MIr. James .;ooper, who died 15 years ago, car lied on business as a bootnalnker at South Gonlburn for some years. She is survived by three sons, Cyril (Goulburn), Itay ,Voinoiggongj, and Les (Tumbarmnba). The funeral left tile Goldsmith Street Methodist Church at 3.30 on autulday aterniooll sor tile MIetnodtirs potntlon of the General Cemetery. iLev. Bernard Deane conducted tile service at the graveside,

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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THE EMPIRE "Destry Rides Again" [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 20 May 1940

THE EMPIRE "Destry Rides . Again Owing to the fact that to morrow night is to be given over to a special stage presen tation featuring tile noted radio personality, Jack Davey, and the comnplete unit of the 1940 Radio Parade, which has scored such a striking success in Syd ney, tile week-end programme at tile Empire Theatre commenced on Friday night instead of Sat urday, and consequently 4it will conclude to-night.' As the large audiences which have already witnessed the programme can readily testify, the entertainment pro vided is of a very high standard, particularly the main feature, "Destry Rides Again," a romance of the wild days in America's West, and "Remember The Night;" Para mount's fast moving story of an at torney-at-law and a beautiful Jewel thief, whose courtroom battles pro vide a strange background for the work of Cupid. Featuring the screen's most rioted smiler, James Stewart-still remem. bered in Goulburn for his heart stirring role in "Mr. Smith Goes: To Washington...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO CROSS DUTCH WATERWAYS [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 20 May 1940

TO CROSS DUTCH WATERWAYS II~I~ cI. I il ti oi I ieI. (Jple ( erumlll II ~~tl I I ··S o'o IleII( O~(Cloll~l iiI('iiLS (i Hll~iuiiI.

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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Further Remand ALLEGED LARCENY AS A CLERK [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 20 May 1940

Further Remandc ALLEGED LARCENY AS A CLERK Anoth adjournment was granted at the Goulburn Police Court this morning in the case in which Frank Albert John Hunter, 27, has been charged with larceny as a clerk. When tile issue was plreviouely be fore the court, Police Inspector Sweeney appeared for the Ilrotecu eion, but on this occatalon, Mr. P. J. Mieyer, of Messrs. Mleyer and n l\ialn fred, appeared for the prosecution and, by consent with Mr. W. T. Bren nock, of Messrs. E. F. Thomas andt Brennock, twho appeared for the de tendant, obtaintl a remantd until June 3. Hunter, who was nagain allowed ba'1 of £00, ihas been chargedtl with having on Altil iS. rwhile employed as a cll]er by J. Tutrnelr ttntd Souls PLy. Ltd.; stohlnl £1001, :the Ilroplerty of Ilbt Iirtrth

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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May Have Been Bullet Motorists Receive Shock [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 20 May 1940

May Have Been Bullet Motorists Receive :Shock. .·:, ,'.Thre eSHYdnty,)0 IeopleY hrd nir- . row icsci?pzi' from iiri ' wier n aw , S.pellet, believjedil to:bee peal-rifl 1)ulbllet broki tlhe iiindllscreen ot f thli carh in' whicli tliey wer tira -elkipidig -nun Ounning oin Sua The ecar wiait t'rive? l liy M.s L.t Brobi ii, of :Cabrni amatta, nlod : rill in the rIfihsiRiver laocli ity, it rs':Brown, tit is statedlloticed. ome lboes armeil witllpee-tufleos ;wowere itpi iriCitl3 oni ' rablbit slioothig expedition. About tie ciame n time loud vine litictillarid itt as ifund that tlhe missile lildpipassed throuti theiv wind screen glass. AU the timwoe tiuopaencigersi wee sec?tel ,l?oiitgs l diMi lors:,Bwi, bit all eiaeulso iedi.i ry.to The pmatty. ouibst tieitntly~ reorted the matter to the police ___

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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GERMAN ATTACKS CONTINUE Unbelievable Fury Of War [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 20 May 1940

GIERMAN AT'TACKCS CONTINUE Unbelievable Fury ..Of War? LONDON, Sunday: The -Germans re launched fierce attacks with their armoured tanks at dawn to-day. There was heavy fighting along the Sambre and Oise Rivers all day, and the situation at night was confused, but it appears that the spearhead of the German forces from Guise and Lanidrecies has reached St. Quentin and Le Cateau. The French counter-attacked vigorously. One French report sald that Ger man unitn engaged French troops i?o woods on the outskirts of-St.' Quen tin. Larger Gedrinan forces have not yet :arrived. . :It is defied that Peronne has been captured . : : The repot adds that the situation has. not greatly changeld sinco the mbrnin i.ravc, ,Iut not cntasta oliih, dei ,lofitnjiii it i t1e noxi 024 hoitrsii rise cpected to 0ishow w'hithei. hei S. Geciiiah isillH conitisuc inislisgsI to .the sea or: 6' ivi'l f.ojlo\ tJli:: course of fihlo Oise t:o Pairis · . SIt Is-estidated ti tiht;the cGerniiisnF threie tiheii en:tfre...

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

PATRIOTIC CARN IVAL i101 " Golie In n11( (iti ci sidoofto b su'itiorihi ep:,%rl :iiiatrioti ,eloitiv;tI to briei eld no ?A iiborit "Stire LOdiFiL i'( diay u- l saLitI I eve'iings Lr o tihe i'Mid blaiyor LI ,L'ptilo tl L thid L FIr~lIL- 'ALLLLogO; enL LSiia ve b eeLL uLIislt ti?-,Q.-itsi eo.( C niiet veesi ,lk4la?; to'f CIOALbULLL Stai ec boil et itC onwari s ~lbh1 Mot'sgetl ctSrILa0ino aiill h F i bi61itel.l ii ti:lS luhgiB eL tIlibli fr fl'Onlic iComenittee ciii i avel "li?eiOopi ratflien of ,the..Distrit LA'ict tbilli'ne, D;i-Dgoi ,:ger:l, ApeSanL: Hodliitl:i AiiLLIlliiy :LiLll Am;bulanloe Auxill3ary, I'h lieGoLuJllbirL', tLo 0 blands, wLllh:Ltso pgirtliiaiate.:,r-TheeriLe -will. boe stalls, chiocolate :wlieels ,"HoLdii'e,,. ILi Lni hi 0ibus "gaLLies of itskill; tlhoLeby .,ri?;lOdi / ig ;dpeople, wLith cihaiLLnce of :spendingi Ii entelrltalnin:ig ind pLofitable ,eveL:i !iigi.i'tk G i abft :: Jainis " Ii ilL Clres ei've., vegetlablI1 iOnL gLocLilce willi: i e'elew iomL. :i~I- ItLih...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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Dragged Into Wheel [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 20 May 1940

Draged Into Wheel i CI .aught~ in lthe icyoldiig fly-: i: hui l ofa'ni enghiei .iln ltten bury's 'boodiyard t t Ykass oiln Sct'. iirdtly nmorning, David Bush, 18, i iliotIrerll, had ia nlhrrow scainpe Whonit 111 clothing borno caught in the sxisootl whiel lidear ilrag1ed around-noirsveral sm e .u?itil rdscied by Mi l?liltteibrn. lBlsh, the stnf foi?ed a :firdeiuroa of tthe right arm, with licitciotiobiis to th' head and face, Wirisn takoe?iby the Yass A.mbulanice to I1to Yonn ItHospitalr

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TULLY PARK GOLF CLUB Single Par Competition Won By W. Lenny WILLIAMS CUP FINAL [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 20 May 1940

TULLY PARK - GOLF CLUB Sinigle Par Competition Won By W. Lenny WILLIAMS CUP FINAL A single par competition 'played onithe Tully Park links on Sat urday iesulted in a win for W. Lenny. Scores: Lenniyi :2 doun, C le *klll .3 do vn.' GDeoaset; .3" donwi A. Laitsdowxie-3 dowy" C/ Lawi:ence :dowvn,,i, C. 'Tho 'ioughgso30d, 4 10.d'~ Alin".1 -i rDopel p:l:,i4.. ·',(wn ?n?i;: BI i3o dhladd' ' ;~down,iCi,-C3McCirthy e.~~ down B Bali;: 15 , . Twn,:J. Smith u6 hdodni i of n down; 7W; D Jones 7 -down I 'H 11 7 :dowvn, A.: Lanham 7 dowvn :F. HIall 7 .down, L. Godfrey 8- down, BE: rWi:y 9 :down,' D. Jurd 14 .do?vn. The .fihal round of° the Thos .Wil .llams Coip was played.in conjuinctligi with the above comlptition, and the wnner was C.. Lawrcnce, whpse two Stableford rounds of. 34, makling? total of 68, proved too mnici ':fodr the oprosition. . . ::. Results:--C.. Lawrence, .3:,:34, 68 points;. K .Hovell, 35. 31; ii1':;66i: : Lansdowne, 35, 30, 65; E. Ball ;!;'32 ;: 64 ; J. Smith 36 26, 6 W Le;:...

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Kenmore Club [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 20 May 1940

S;::Renmoree Club -I. ,. endi: witlith the fRoli9gi'. rinsltsi-t-, Smnlth Black, Roxbguh 4e? at8 e Melville. L'vaaB,'.:-dltt ; in Pil , o'e buirgh, Ieckett, 65 oIf~t~ l Hinty, 12; G. Shithiiyo sn:Ayue tcwler. 23. diefeated M'?vaMelville, Piageiistecker, He-witt e20 a?P i?e feated G. Smilth. Lyoe s yrme FM ler, 23;1 J. Beckett; ,'31, .defed'?'d TVW Hawkinsy 17.; -. :-. Printed and i'ubilshed by Daniel Earol and Company Pty., ?imited a?, Nc iQ99 Anhlrn Sqtr?t . Poulhran

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MURRAY CUP Goulburn Bowlers [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 20 May 1940

M: fURRAY CUP.- - :.:: ?,Goulburn Bowlers M:.:1-atheil s pleyed oni Saturda',. afternoen in the Goulburin Bowl- " ,ili, Club's Winter xrink??. co ' ' etitioni ot the Murriay Cpipi D i ': I): Fltpiatrirlik;?asirkes ?; damdin, Locke 21,;v. :Borthwick,' .Tlihomas, *l,1i'vei, r1'Fr.:p 20: .Gitinge6t :Greene, '.Wynnm IIidsobn :.20 ,dlrew:withFairl i,; Di;:Dr. M:irrlis' Wynter ,Gouldl; 20 ;, puiddle 'Wilice Davideon Poiodevin, 23 V McI eani Murray, Jatckson, F. Fitzpatick '10 Cummins, Filan, :Alkin;l nianes::, ?1,;v. McGrathj Shad l.aiw, O'Keefe,' Guslon, 13,1:: . ;

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