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MET ACCIDENT: UNABLE TO MOVE [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 21 May 1940
MET ACCIDENT: UNABLE TO MOVE '.SYDNEY, Tuesday: John Reid Welir ?9, 'had an unenviable expe.ionce Se terday. IIe Was partly prallysed when a1is car crashed over a six-oot l" blankinent 't Bankstown. Weir tooted his horn for an 5~ and then shouted to attract attentionu Ile suffered a fractured pelvis an" eplnal concusslon. Eventually hia cries were heard i a small boy who informed the Ipolee When 'the anlmbulance arivedl he `a still conscious, but unable to mov?'
MOTOR CAR DAMAGED Ford Car Destroyed [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 21 May 1940
MOTOR CAR DAMAGED i 'Ford Car Destroyed !: iA: Foird ;.motor cat , dlilveon,;by :tl owner.; Atr.. Stain Taylor;" of.,Berrimal wnsa, dctroyqd almost tbeyondi rrepair .-;flron iir;,the' CanyonlelglihRoad. on, 'Taylor was proceeding to the Coalin llie whin ch .dhe is Interbsted aid hdildbleft 'the main road when his atteiition, was :attracted* ' to the pirosence of flames bleneath the foot boards'. of t.he car. Pulling up tltdekly, he was amazed to find the whole of the lower part of the engine and ,chassis well alight, and' hel war helpless to control ithe spread of tae flamnes. A person riding in a pamddock dose. to' the road noticed heavy smoke lfsuing from the rear of the car nlt was unable to attract the driver's notice.
THE POST Day Of Prayer For Allies EX-SOLDIER'S VIEW TO THE EDITOR [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 21 May 1940
THE -POST .Day Of Prayer For Allies ;EX-SOLDIER'S VIEW TO THE EDITOR S r, 'ayI .add. my testlimon5 that :published over .the name . Mr. 'G eorge d 3rown in iF riday's Po regarding thetvalue of Prayer nt only?I : tlne Cf: national criss b'ut also In tiheyears that have ite venoiidd since the' Great War. Pad Gauli?.well?.remembered by nny Ditgers,':a'd ?hose "A:IP. memon are nows:ii. available 'in book foa taughtsboldiers the'truth to be ou Gin:;.God' ?w?ord" ' and: which the yean tli?;hat havesince passed have eon. .firmedl Call .u:Ypon' God' in the da of ti;ouble;"and .'I willl deliver ihee and;? thou 'shal. t iglorify l.e" We ! .re told in 'the I ook of Job ath'ntn:maid hborn `unto trouble. Whli ,il?ot :bof iomfort "ilnd ,consolation we niss sin life ifl? e have not knobw thei pow.er:f f- this mighty venap0 that? Godi:has::?put at our disposal, Some, of your readers may think that Mr Brown's referece to the victor', given. by :God to Cdeon', Irmyiys iS:too ar removed to conern us':...
Social News [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 21 May 1940
social News Misses. Leslie' and Leorna Carlon left for Sydneyeto-day t6 resume thc'r training. at St. Vincent'st Hospital. Both young ladies; have been: holiday lng. with .grandfather, :Mr'. John' McI Ineriley :and auintsF Misses E. andcE. Metlnerney-? .Ce'nper? Street:?,?;.?? ? .: ';: ; .Mr, and Mrs: 'H:c.G:-cln'ean :and their smaill daugihtei Valda", of Tind-" wick, accomnpdaied by. Mrs. McLean's nmother, :;Mrs :Williams,; of %Thalab. (Ciookwell district) ?hvde left for an exteinded holiday,'during which they intend touring Victoria;, Suth Aus tralia! anid Tasma.ia. ?'.:" nia Mrs. RIus Snith waSe farewelled by friends pt oier to eaving Gi?oillburns for Biingendore Wher r herhusbanid :h i b'een ;:triansferred lto;the ;New South Wales .Bank ;stff. The rty was held ait' the: ho?fb. of :MIrs:.:Nclk ,Wyn tae rwhet th.e:guest 'of ?.ioour was iresenled with a- pesb .Mrios Georor Ge Stevenson wileMrs 4A f. Cole niani?:n iohr-lfqi :the: 'nther'ng. nrc-, sested Mrs. inith wit1s -a handbag. ...
Ladies At Bowls [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 21 May 1940
Ladies At Bowls A keenly contested and delightful game. of bowls was .played on the Goulbur.n green on ,Thursday after noon. Three lady bowlers, Mrs. Smith (Perth )Mrs.; Wynn,:(GOul'burn), and Mrs. Faulder (fRose Bay), .joined in with the-.gentlel~en in making. up a full rink, and all thorbughly: enjoyed themselves, :, . Afternoon tea was served, when. the ladles extenided their :thanks to the president of,,:the Goulbuin Club; Mr. Prichardo. n and .Mr. Marks, for .hte'"'Thpdsarn ,-afternoon, and "congratulatedt themin ,"tie oex cellent condition of their 'reen.
GOULBURN SOCIAL ACTIVITIES [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 21 May 1940
GOULBURN SOCIAL ACTIVITIES q:,Their. lEcelleecies \Lorid an' La(dy Gotvrie, called at the Flieside oInn for a cp of tea on 'theiriway~throughi GObulbtrn: to Canberra last week. M i ?rs, e:Salle lias-been: spending0a holiday i oiur t city,. meeting: o'd froinds ~':heo is "iow, liiv'ng atlBur iood.i ;hile in' Gioulburn the:t'Grnd IlHotel is, S r o address. ?: :...:::.:: :Mrs i:: N.'Poidevin and son:i Kevin; of .Brisbane?Grove,, al: siending> a three weepks .,holiday ii -th':e Waggi diitrit ais guests ;of. . aidd M's. C ,1ooney Visitors toGoulburn' for 'thesehool holi'days' ar?fis. Codii ?ind her son tle weeki weo Mrs 1' leAlier Mr. ,rd Mrs P,';tr cAioter,of Manly ''hns are iretlurning aftel a tout of` ii ' ' rank Pantherof "and-wick: s "iuiei~ ntgG itihuo 'a d;' n Is'i "staying with her ' iother Mir. l~attyry Grace.", nr" 'otohni'Ean 'irilg Ponit o at aoeeni on tit to her fathler" nMr"'P irdon :of Addilon' Stieet:. lire."'A:' Mciovt n and "ht' '"sister, Maarnirs; d-h.rii idt of t. ...
Wedding SHERWIN—MULRONY [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 21 May 1940
Wedding SHERWIN-MULRONY A:;.ntit.'iian's Church, hon0l:?, was tsteftill; i?coirated on thie eVenfilh of =.Saturday; 1i)ly, .4; .hen: Liliani yousgest daughter of the late Mrs Multrony aiid the late rInilector,. ?lil roiiy; of Paddlhigtbli wa mnnarrled;tao Alfred;?:yoiungest son:of Mrs. Sherwtiln of Clinton Street, Goulburn anid; theo late Chas. Sherwin 'of Rosslville?j;`!.:' The .reception: wastcheld .i.i:thei irl: vate dining. room of the Carltoin Hotel, "Caktlereagl Street" ?"?hero about 20.close relatives and friends. honoured the usual toasts, Thie nu.ni erous telegrams, which came from friends throughout the State, and the. lovely presents in glansware, sllver and kitchenware, testified:.,t the popularlty of the young couple. , After a short honeymoon snent at. Dundanoon, Mr. and Mrs.. SherWin left for their new home at :Stroud; Nirth Coast. Weldon's Mother and Home .fdr; April has fashiolns for. children o:fall ages, topical knitting, cooking ntid mothereraft artidl ?;i: it: ?...
Those Restrictions [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 21 May 1940
Those Restiictions SYDNEYI:, 'uesdaY Mr- C. E. Mar tin, 'I .LA. deciaied .yc~teirday that the week?end restrictlons ?on the 'us of gas and.electricity \ieire a mfarce..: :He said the' mailt?enance. of restric tions over the weekelnd was a most hidicrlous arraIIngeilment acid .io ade quate reacon' was given to thel Iulmic for its continuimnce:.
Cold Days Are Coming [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 21 May 1940
Cold ..Days Are Coming :,:Winter's cold' days are not far off. The cold weather ..oieds swiftly after its first warnings, and if changes are to be' ,made in the~ home, to ensure it being as' warm ,and comfort I' ble:'il' possible, they should be put into effect now. There is much to be said for alterations in furnishing schemes. and even for redecoration, for the winter. The latter may sound an extravagent scheme; actually it is one of sound' econorny. New covers for the sittingroom, perhaps'cuitairis, oop; a new coat of paint; bright, warm covers for the bed-. rooms, do not represent 'a 'great initial outlay, and eventually will represent a saving. a:inting adnd repairing done before the cold, yet weather sets in Will protect the house, inside and out, Ironl damage 'by wind and Witer, and will stop annoying draughts. Fresh lpaintnin the rooms in most frequent tidse vill ldo much to allenidate the darkiiess of the early mornings and "eveniigs; and soft furnishings in use. duiintig o...
SIX MEN INJURED [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 21 May 1940
SIX MEN INJURED "`; SYDNEY, .Tutesd"liy:a Six iolin wer injtureil it Hai'bordi yesterda3y 1Wlieu their car isekidded on lthe .wet road and crashedil ?eor alnenibankmenetl Roli Coouw';a, 2.1, Jack Cartelr, 23 and logene;iarrington, 33, were sola cusly injured. They were rushed to' hospltal. The car was badly damanged.
Hats For All Occasions : To Wear For Cold Nights Glengarry Caps:Pill-Boxes Popular: New Note In Hosiery: Inexpensive Evening Frocks [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 21 May 1940
Hats For All Occasions : To Wear For Cold Nights Glengarry Caps: Pill-Boxes Popular: New Note In: Hosiery : Inexpensive Evening Frocks By "EVE" Head coverings are seasonable wear, for cold nights give an interest to somethiing, however small, to protect that extremity. Little'cocktail hats of net and flowers add to the attraction of soft, dainty frocks and twists of fur strips, in which a few bright camellias or roses are placed at intervals, carry out smart sartorial schemes. A pill-box hat of velvet has clusters of flowers for adornment. Glengarry caps are gaining in popularity and the last note in Scot tish favour is one made of .plaid. Worn with a dark frock or suit, the plaid glengarry is very striking, but it is not too easy to wear. The Turkish note is stressed in millinery by the introduction of fezzes made as replicas of the Turks' re.l fez, with long silken tassels by way of feminising the mode. Little grey astrakan fezzes look well with grey or black suits, and a black as...
TABLE TOP (Copyright.) NEWSPAPER FEATURES LTD. PUBLISHED BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 21 May 1940
By Eden Phillpotts. (Copyright.) NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED BY FEATURES LTD. SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT They chatted cheerfully about ane's Gouldians and Jacob deplored he.difficulties these birds presented. "They are 'such badfathers and ncthers," he said. "They' build. ex e:llent nests and lay plenty 'of :'ex tellent eggs; . then 'tieire intereat ceases and they absolutely idecline to lo their duty;." ""So', they do; bittliten .you take heir eggs "to the nest of a; Japan, lengalese finch," she: said.; (.fYou rob the pboorBenlgalese of" ther: own: :lutch alid let `thelm hatch the.: Gaul diansii anil theyireani them beaiti tilly ,:and do all the right things. niid;, of coiurse, thilk 'they are their: owrn "beautiful ''tvirk. Tomn and Angusi' ?found "Jacob`in-? initelyv more iihterested in Jane than: ii themselves,, and even, after. they had dined .:and. retired to an. open air chaniber. outside the" house,. he ei.sisted in talking' birds. '" . 'To..' meet::a ~fellow enthusiast, thouigh one as 'ye...
OVERDRAFT FOR HOSPITAL Traders Will Now Be Paid [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 21 May 1940
UOVERDRAFT FOR HOSPITAL Traders Will Now : Be Paid As a result of the State Government's decision .. to;:, guarantee. a bank overdraft up to £6000-£2500 belowi.,: ! " the figure sought-the Distric' Hospital expects to llqui-'. :. date practically the whole of. its outstanding debts to' local-? ii. ! S'an'd Sydney traders. " . ' * The overdraft-it is anticipated. t that the:money:'wilI:.t '1 ' be available by: the end .of, the .present mn:: thlimeans ^^^^^^;:i :. that all debts owing t'o: thel businesi firm'ins: and:i:angin'g?,' ?,?,-in » ;a:,:- mountsl up' to £. 700,Q ii" oriei l4Ic a'l? c?es^ivill~: be 'ehiirely, h ':':: S'cleiared up' to the. end of 0:Mar~i: ,. ' .. :.Apalit .fi?ini.thei montlhly lagr whlich' has naturally extended.: to April .ilrnd May, . the , hospital .,will niow face ':a tbettei financial .eria than it'l has .ex' perienced since pie -depression da(ys.: : The matter was discussed , by the Board, of: Management at its' monthly meeting last night, lwhen a letter ...
Broadcasting Programmes FOR TO-NIGHT 2FC [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 21 May 1940
B:roadcasting Programmes FOR TO-NIGHT' 2FC ,.615: Dlnner Music..7.0: 'New. .7.10: Nevs Colme?aclltlry.O 7;10: Somllething ,in tlhe Ail..l 1: Ih'Tile 'atchnlan S.0: 0\Vi0 fred 'thlolml(, (ion tone). .10: 1MelMoulM n Orcehistra.' , ;:9'.: ''A ladio': P lay..' -[I,:10: SLwl e.'s; Ir0 0:' :i - uQ :r o' f;'l?0 an1 I e.m' :.'11.:0: Lenidersll In -RilyUlhylm 11.50 -Newso, 12.0: ,Clos'. ':. 0 ·.0.I; B.B . ei.', Sutitiniry. ,1 Sl0orting 3 s ion.l :'.O.):l;?nno e ?[sid. i.. 0 1110 Afet.ll Dinnerl.'SloW S.0:. C0' .0 Illniit.' ySinngng' Concert.-.:'0: .0'Sbyline; liglit' QriliesLtr.?- .;'I0:'' .: 1 Irpi fessor'lArilh ltosenthitl.; (pllnist), ;9;0:' Andrew' 'Iofft 101 i.r,-;io'lntis, 10.00 .l?ccorldei l. eltiLh re. 10 .0, Close: s,'TATIONS2GON GOULDURN : ' ':,; ': ? ' '.,.,' TO NIGHT... - "'' 1.'5.10 . tile: Sibi I Ciluii'" b'101011in con 1d1tid .l ibyc "A\Iunti',Lola.'"i':I .0:' ;,B,.C0 Ni's.0 010 :'1D;nheol uslc.` 0:.101?0-['6(la Alden. 'Ii:"15::;:" es,; 0 :\\h0iitl":?%;7"'0' '"Rltz cSreen l.N...
Trouble Over Show Prize Prize Committeeman Walks Out In Protest [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 21 May 1940
Trouble Over Show Prize Committeeman Walks Out In Protest OJROOKIVELL: Following, a lheated outburst, durlng, which lie accused the society oifhavinga "put it over himl,' Mr. ..r.. . D)ordey walked out .of. Fridyhl; night's meeting of the A., and IH. Societ.'. He was persuaded ato.; roeturn to hear an explanationl ;by,: t!ihe ',ie?! dent; Mr., AB. D;MeIntosh;?and 'tie secretary, MDr.:; 1RI C:`J:Oh'udleigh 'but later left tle meietinig agalin'; dlecar ing that he. w'asfinishellLwith ;the society. . ,... , r Referring tob.' the compehtlo:i for guessing; ::he?,weight of the sheep, which: he aha? ea" t 'ii'it ual show for many i:years ? 'b.'MrDob~oe said hle h'ad :xbeen sdecurli ng the picze for the compietitdiion roii M andMIrs: A. B.: Smiltifh' f the',Crilterion? 'Hotel, and hit;: approached "the. nie?i; pro prietori for' a 'prie :l;,Hogweer h ad been ihowi n a-letteri that'niglht 'Ask ing, the new proprietor for a dona tiond toward.s a huntin'gevent.,,. He: did l.not ;see~any of the ...
"MAGIC BULLET" Thrilling Drama At Ritz [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 21 May 1940
"MAGIC BULLET" Thrilling Dranima At Ritz Not since thc isilinot-totollk: lag .pictiiese dId'.??laiteal news emanatef- i'.rn Holy ?iood is when Warner. Bros. annoi-ne ed :that it' would fili:the story : of the life of. 1)r. Patiul Ehi4ich. :'"'.dIva rd.G. Robinson stars 'iii "Tie Story of Dr. Ehrlich's'Magic Bullet," showiing at Hoytss: Ritz : to-nighit, to morrow : nd on?'Thuirsday.': Not a gangster picture, yet: a, war.on .thq deadliest public enhemy of all, it is highly exciting film .entertainoment Harry and J.S- tD. W'1arier:. who introduced talking. pictures :to the: woorld. when theyi mnade '"The Jazz Singer," and -revolutionised the en tire,? industry, have againtililazed'sa; niew "trail by prodlucing "Thl Stor, of.Dr.: Ehrlicis Mlagic Bullet,' Their innovatiotn in 1927 .began a.: contro versy that wis furioutsly debated; bitt which -finally ,influenced: the entlie course :of .modern --films" .aid i now,i thirteen years. lter they havie .again iiade' anothr significant 'contr...
YOUNG MAN SHOT [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 21 May 1940
-;YOUNG MAN SHOT I: -I qOORT ?It, 'uesila;: . Vile crawling o?i hi hsids and '- dii'. lotng a duck hooti liepBe'clt'o i'a? K;Iurrawang: Laklc ' eairly :e-tird niorning Got. ion" r inif ett,- 2' o 0 Pf?hii'? :er is s-hot ljy 1on1c of iis compan ions. "..Hee `as rIusiia d to ho~ ital iii?inotlP ,tely l whire ian 'meration was ',~ : formed. HIls conditicn was critcal.
BRITISH COAL MINES Work At Full Pressure [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 21 May 1940
BRITISH COAL MIINES Work At Full Pressure The full power of ppoduction in. the British coalfields is now mobil .ad for the firct time for a gen. eration. Within tile past O yean y tile litlniirg Industry .has ,spent, 150;000,0006 : bringin' n ei, pits fidt pirtltodiet iiup .to, late Tlie coming :of wa, witl? h its enormouis: cal's ,for tidditional: cbii foir: expoit is Well 'a for fee:litng the' industrial wir'iin machine it ?home .has swept: way the restiictibns i:,f ich Sieace time colmpelltioin imideiedl tipol :th scores of: magnitfiefiey 'eltipulped collieries iopeined silnce 9'20. Whole iheaited "w in-the-wai". codoperaition be:' S;·i n colliery cotitpnies :'and work meniih aleO ,,nr lures progressivo oltipit friom'.the' world's o0ldest coal iridustry. .Th.e test of Mv'ir' has justified thee hiuge num.spent, on the rndustry: The change, siice .tth eendl of the last war can be isunimed', tp in? thi'le word "mechanisation." The 800 'eclianical conveyors. in. 1921 ,lite risehn 106...