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WOOL POSITION Consumers And The War [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 21 May 1940

SWOOL POSITION Consumebrs And The War Winchcombe Carso'l Ltd., re port:-Considerably more varia tion in prices for future tops in New York h s, lately been notice able than for anumber of weeks. The market has :c?own a rapid advance: quickly followed by a falling movement. European events,have been the cause. L tst September prices for wool in Amierlca r' ose -, to a- m'iarkod degree biut receled't to rei iioderate levels. iThey::hiave never.riegairied .the groind lcat.' The i'Mleigan Co:operative Wool 'i irketi. " Associattion has warned! 'cheeliowners thlit :t strong' market for wool is not expected for some time. Stocks of wool held by dealers at lire clodse of 1939 were' much less thnu ai year befoie' .but the stocks of rapparel :tyles : held by manufac turerls and topmalters were 18 per cent, larger. American authorities con sider that the stocks ,of raw material on'; hand'i at the :beginning of AIpril liluis the domestic clip- wihich will oe ai-ailable: in -the spring and .sum...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 21 May 1940

EAS OO ORROW HERE No ret p q vice. cn fidentiae fo g rates: You, Y ou r. ps w €eekly e receive inatalmentu £10 .. - 7/6 £13 2/- .. 7/6 Loans on furnture, pianos, sewing machine.. THE N¢j SOUT WAES MO T DE IETE/ Deposit and . e Compan Limited SUBS? C .L £4 ?.000 E. & A. nk Camb Cnr. Montague and Auburn Stree.t Telephones Goulburn 485 HELP KI NEYS PASS 3 LBS. A DAY D ctors say your kidheys c ntain 15 I1es of tiny tlubes or iters whi z help to purify the blo d and keoep you healthy. Most 1eop p pass abot 3 pints a day or a out 3 pou ?s of waste. A excess of acids or poi ns in youi blood are the cause fre qluet or. scanty passages with sma ing and .burning, n gging bac chie, rheumatic pain leg pain , loss of pep and energ , get ting up nights, swollen fe and ankl s, pnfflness under the eyes, hea ches' and dizziness. If kidneys don't empty 3 p nts a day and get rid of Ipore t an 3 poul s of waste mnntttr, your body will ake up, these poisons c0 Ising serl4 trouble. Don't wait! As...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HOMEBUSH SALES [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 21 May 1940

HI-OMEBUSIH SA lES SYDNEY TiesdY: e;At .,oI?ehlis' yesterday: foi 2 O heli li.i?nd lambs the demand foi, ,?est 'quality was. strongei. :'Otheli we:rei:~e i'in changed. On tlie"lhoof~ atd:ntlii eyards,` good to prime eoio miiittondnl : inmade" 3.:JI to 3? per l b.;?ivethe? i3'clif ,:' 4,?1, ihoggets .'.4?d:t o 1.?1 ; lambsil 59-doi 06.d suckers .7d; to 't7dl i:':,d:to prime ewesi 0 :o.?l. months' wool;. male 19/ to .;24 /{ 'l?ter ?sshorn),' 10/. to 19/; w~etlihers,:?9'- tom1inilonths': wool, :23/ to :3O/, :.l?tel: shonh:8"/. to 22/; Inmbs 'iind: h oggets :2 4/;to 31/; suckers, 24/ to .31/ .1:;.`' '::4i ' There" were 1S97 °.cattle?P:'rime' were :,firm and:: at, times briglitier Ionrd to primne 'ealers made :44/to 52/ per hundred pounds stieels 42/ to 16/: heifers, 9S/ toI 43 lilldolisi '15/ to 41/; cows; 3: 39o 89/.:;::': For- profitatble aldv.eteislig i"so htie Evening Post as, yortii,'iiCdiiiil;<;";"

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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Patriotic Fund NEARING £350 MARK [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 21 May 1940

Piatrioi Fend. NEARING £350 MARK tcoi.tiititions" to tthe': ohilburn ahd District Lord ' a::yor's Patrioticland War Funl. J.have "- broiiit ,.the total, to 'a 32'5/i1l/:.1landl'it: is coinfi ,:,dAntly expected thliat this figure-ý S:ill blie co'nsidlerably augmented: 9as .time goeson Includued in the conitriliutions ;aa a,'heuiiiie fo£' /2/s8 the, re ult:of a combiniiedracelmeting; lill ly.the Southierii. Districts TTrotting Club wh~le Charles' Rogers and .'Sonis hayvo foiiiarde6 :ii donation 'J.dof. £.10. :. b:aminoilit;of ,£ .25/7/.3 was pre vibously'jackioiwledgedd Ricent:donia lions aeiee:.receiyed from tlie .follow lag A:'1.I.T. P;M. ani' n £2//B 2 ;,Mr. N:. Cook "£i2/2/, MrBE':.?W.:;;.Tolinson /2/, ,Mrs..' E A. IhBryant l/I/, Chailes-Rogeis iand, Sons £10, pro; ceedls of :,dance,: at. ,Viwdellama :,..pci Ms' Borehiam '': 5/2, SDTC fli/l/iMrs E Lonig £ 1/: , Mrs B ?f; la'teri'£ 22/2, Goulburin btai i:::'f is.: Monte lde 'Pleto £:1/,1;.H'"( IRI N McAlister ;, weekly tiljeut.ly:e...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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In the Garden Dinner For Eight [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 21 May 1940

In the Garden . Dinner .For Eight BY ONE WHO HAS Poets wrote odes to their loved ones, but as I'm a gard ener and not a poet, I cannot very well write an ode to an onion. Nevertheless, I can talk of them aplenty. Commonplace vegetables, no doubt, bu.t commonplace things make up one's day, so why scorn to speak of onions. In the kitchen the cook finds them the most versatile of vegetables. 'Bake or. boil them whole when young. Use :them for.-salads before fully matured. Slic :them for stews; chop them for.'soups; mince them for chutneys,:.just .to -:mention: a few of their many. uses.: Nob.cok: can sU cifully .manage witlotit. them-. If you would :have onionis( alore for your twelve; months'bloseino'o timie: in setting out tlhenecessaryssue: . Too late, of course tolso seed, biutat?ie7e ?re-, hists'io srieties offering ini the plant:, The vamieties mentioii ed ,below; find, ive a favourable continuity of' t.h is necessary ;vegetable bulit ther are other-varieties just ads sucensful b...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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Rings Stolen Woman Sentenced At Orange [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 21 May 1940

Rings Stolen Woman Sentenced .At Orange 'There has lIiccn a deliberarte Sitetpilt at frnaid. A liond jfor this woiuiin.i W:ouid hbe redlucilng as-., :?tic fto ai farce;": declared' .Judge "I " :Shoirt ind at .the Orange Quartoic -th aiiinii h o;cl ' u tl t ýi ed ?SIiy'igisly,i hisiHonour to-lconsidetindinglov the ,woman who, the-dai 'previotsl3 had 'heen ffounildfn-i guilty. of.: stealing tliree ?diiamond.';?sing dm i Batty' jeweiieiyYshoP :fShie was i t jsentenuced" to' impriison ..Siiultaneouslyf? ,Detective: Turner rea tlisti cou nictions' gainst-thea-womani 'ide 'told Judge Sh?xtlintd tha ihe: "newlthe aciised's mother, and fitliaie ' itheriiiem bers of hier family- ' -i`Tey ahire ieput sMrTier.thJen asked6-l'bbleH':"h?'d:d,:L::::: :onour would -hind a eiv the iwoan.:''I iha}" ier,ý si ster- lie'e h'esi?.Fafd, i"and' she has5,prermised to-look .?? hiafel bet Since Jud'r'iige Shortlhaid. ' It 'oui? :,be e Jdciiig justice to a-f sc,---,-?." -Mt Tiei continufedto say that Shannon's...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 21 May 1940

F'our of the Bielgicin ill Sydney, wiho volIunterctled all the Con slll'.s o e'lfic: to f'r' I fight for their country r. l'ront left: (George ('npel (well-known golfer), \l. L. Bert r1nd( (Ibuilder), 31. ILemttan (wool b 1ter) tand 1'. Seg:lert.

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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Recruiting In Goulburn [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 21 May 1940

Recruiting In Goulburn It is' offcially stated that local nd '(ldistrtt appliications lor cuh lis(lment in thie A.I.F. ,havee 'liown a cdnsiderabine. q . ?iduling tir i.ast few diiys?: I-i'F`,urthei' detaiis"are, lackingi'as Iin structetisb it ive 'lien ,issued tha't no tlii;uifo tationi is to :bbe madel avilablo to the Press. Thre local' autIhoiities state that it ts:n.it ;:, th.ie D'efence ;Department's oy!ic l .:o tomniak?e;aavaitible figures- for piillication?-. .

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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WORK IS RESUMED Miners Go Back [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 21 May 1940

WORK IS RESUMED Miners :Go .Back SYDNEY, Tuesday: The majoriuy of bi?: collieries in New South Wales reslmed work yesterday" after ten weeks' .idleness. Others are .exptectetd to start later. Twenty-five coal 'trains were re. quired yesterday in the north, but this number is below pre-strike trat fic. Twelve thousand mineworkers in the north are back at work, waue 7000 steel and allied trades workers are waiting to go back. • . . . . . .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 21 May 1940

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Minister's Denial [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 21 May 1940

Miniser's Denial SYDNEY "uesday: An ' absoluto ide.il: ivais ; given yestelrday by the Sieputy -Premier and leader of .the S?tte ..Country.Phlty, Mr. Bruxner, to :new.pner: relports that 'he might re 'rig1hig'~tatFseat and seek to enite t"F.edleral; Parliament. ifIr; Brtixner, who is suffering from a coid, said: "There is nothing in the ,:brie.. at all. I have plenty, to uo • ere I aim.'

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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Lindbergh's Nazi Plea [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 21 May 1940

Lindbergh 's Nazi Plea& NEW YORK , onitaay. he Th ewv York Preas thakes, d? .,unilLindieergna to task lfor hlis bs otsitsti sttalislent; that talk of invasiqis "d Afii:lcar i s 'bysterical cliia tei ".' ' : ' . r Colonel Lindbergh g siaidsss lie did li( thlak there was any dtanger of', an aerial lnvasionltlool the United Sthten hom Europe. Ile advociatei thbat ;11 thea AnsierIcisa States should unite in a s ' ifence. plant by air aiil seb . t Urging a policy of itooltioio, i h raid there was no longer any'tinieo for ucceessful intervention by, .Alilerica. If the United lStates ;biachime i.-n rolved in ,the war, it -w?ild tbe be tauise of the dealres of al influeituti. rinority. The New York Tintes :says:- "Col onel Lindbergh must be.a blind yoiung vian if hie thinks. the United..States can live on termss of . hlleie aitndthail. pineas, no matttler who'trwlasthe .wiu"'t "Colonel Lindbergli rehditinans ig.reit filer." '. ,: The New York Herald-Triibi ne seays that, in Ithe eve...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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Rush Of Recruits At Martin Place To-day [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 21 May 1940

Rush', Of Recru is At Martin Place To-day SYDNEY, Tuesday: There was a great rush or men when the new' recruiting depot .opened in Martini Place this ,morning. Before the:irou rooa was on the 'building mlore thali 150 applicants were ipressiig around the recruiting officers' *tables;g '.. ,. After the men had-beeh.: sworn :in tbey proceeded to Mioo'o, Park ro crulting centre for niedleil exainina tlo . ' . ' :

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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German Thrust West Of St. Quentin [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 21 May 1940

German Thrust West Of St. Quentin LIOND)ON, Mondmay: To-night's I'rcnch' cimmunilue staties that file (trmanlll ithruslt is still very strong in the region" north laild west of St. Quentin. New attacks. made in ' 1onlmedy were repulsed. , There is nQ thing of- importance to report on the;rest of thi front. Great aeti jty In the' air, plfrepalr ing' the way for heavy' ibohbing of nrmoured eunets, Is t" t'ithing ien their progress bein retarded and soevere losses inflicted. qtie statesn that i Gen(cin1it, troois stormed Lauin ?And the swtika..... huas been hoisted over the'towntt 'Tile Germans have also advainced to the southwest and reached ithe River Oise anil::th one 'Al anal: The German official agency states that the pursuit of the enem i s con tinuing. fifty'enenmy tainks 'were 'de: stroyed and htrong Cermana" forces advanced alolg the Aisne. :

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From Everywhere Technical School. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 21 May 1940

From Everywhere 'Ti'lilltil School. Tenders have been called, .and will cloce on "June 6 next, foriiheill' stallntion of s'., fireh'service :;" at 'ie Goelburn-: n Tchnlti?' Coleg . SDistriet Hospital to'-d ?i comparedtiitd wIth 10 onthe.: corresponding (ldate lest yer This day 10 ears Fagg the patients numiberd Nirriinilre's ,-iRew ird. , ^, `'.:;;: Pobssibl:y bdecause, of?ti erqui?I"d ments l of'- tle--iyieg' Tinipiilg Schoel: atNariomine, ;£ 10"000 ,harbeen promiseid for a weit: there ,and? fi1., trationilmay .be coimmein'tced' too part of Nar i omtn'& isedewr'ag'e'.hecmo mnt . " also;? b 1-. e li - tn " -to : 'sei, y.,i' the':, Flying, School --- ·, 1 it N-It-was stated. at: Baithistet-yil N ;ii ??at"-l.hson ? tif m rt h -rofh"would. be showii on the BathitsuelSh'Si , ti"ls year, but hthe ,exact=amount-was- ttal yet known I-, shHh:"ie aiite' sociy ha bloilected ' 200 a inauira d but" was requtiredl d toiti 25tiiii: 2pe cent..' of their :giou?d 3re~tal ?.tl tlit sid' Wate...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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DIGGERS EAGER TO FIGHT Offer To Federal Government [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 21 May 1940

DIGGERS EAGER TO FIGHT Offer To Federal Government Members of the Goulburn sub branch of the Returned Soldiers' League intend to urge the Fed eral Government to utilise the services of Great War veterans overseas wherever possible or,, alternately, to form a:, National• Guard from. the same personnel.:, .The nmatter was discussed' at : th' May, meeting of the.branch ;'a:ln on the, motion) of Mr., F.: Lipscomb, .whose proposal was :seconded by,.Mr. .A:;-. Robinson; it .ias :agreed thait/the sub: branch "should exlpriss 'its :graveo co? 'ern at athe' iippaiient lick of.actloii shown .boi ,natioial .leaileirs ii the: ~atte'l of iitiltsing our fulPaniainpower ; in 'the, pireseiot crisls." The i'esolutlon, w hich;, it 'as agieed;. sliald -be forwardtled' to'thel headquarters' of the Leagie :for ;shb= missilon to. the Comnmdnwealtlh author= itles; also declared: ,We.urgi;e '.that 'the services of ex servicemeie bhe utilised whierever possilble for sevice aitbroaid and, ftilling :that, in ...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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Oil Refineries In Germany Visited By British Planes GOOD WORK BY THE R.A.F. Fighters Engage An Armada [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 21 May 1940

Oil Refineries in Germany Visited By British Planes GOOD WORK BY THE R.A.F. Fighters Engage An Armada LONDON, Monday: The R.A.F; bombers: attacked oil refineries in the north-west of Gert, many last night, causing considerable damage. During the day they destroyed over 30 Germa- planes. Railway bridges south of Brussels were damaged. Sixteen British planes are missing. A squadron of 11 Hurricanes engaged an armada com prising 90"bombers and 21 fighters on the Western Front and shot down three bombers and eight fighters. :; °ie others made off without dropping bombs. Se'ven??i.urricanes which, did, not. ireturnl are included in the total of Iii pilnos:l Imisslig as i a result of the "ay'sopDeialtiopls-. Thel Ai Ministly 'states that south of Brussels operations were carried out against railiway stations mind bridges. The railway 'bridge, at' ?Roux, su? t iilind a iect'i ? ii }iige" iasoido' to mollin tstoci ? asdelnt weyt,,:'. i roups ant tnkilc cbncditra'tinis, were attnelelI in tlh...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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NEW YORK IS MORE CONFIDENT [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 21 May 1940

NEW YORK IS MORE CONFIDENT ,.NEW. YORK ;i Moiday:'. TI)e Stockl 'E.aviige c ilmld cldown when tile li Ilqs i.wer?e .c reirtd' to I ,lfa ; ? :slowedl c low -i t c e: tiiciiiitv ;.l i? i ccc ci c .Oiiillci c}irancec'Is hrphl i 2chet goiig I, eIc t h ·.

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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SUGAR RATIONED IN GREAT BRITAIN [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 21 May 1940

SUGAR RATIONED IN GREAT BRITAIN 'L'ONDON, Monday: The Ministor of Foodl, Lord Woolton, stated' that he wouLd further reduce the allotment: o.f sugar to mnnufacturers, but none would' receive less than 40' per cent of pre'-wa'r requirements:

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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MISS LAURA CHUCK [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 21 May 1940

MISS LARACHUCK` :irThe death .·ocicurred: at hlier :ral d once;:23: Clinto.in, Street, on ,May 11, of Miss :LauriaChuck;' aged '35.She hluid been iling foi :some years. Miss Chuck, lhose'.father; Mr. Ed varlP' Chuck,; preddeceased .l her liy' lihree °days '( was. biorn 'In :dbulburil. where she :had'lived' all her life Slie wij:iti a ,staunch Isup~porterIof!. tlih .Labolur movemon t;: antil?hddi assist.ed !im: tnasy election :'cuipaigns.; At tlhe, ' lim' ,of ?her death she: was .esiployed at the Bradfordvillo.e WVolle'ii. lill'. Sei is suirvived by; her ;niother,. Mis E. Chiuclk; aiid io', sister,: Irm. g-Iug'gett,. of Auburn Street:--?'. :The: ilntermeit took -lilade lhast Tilaye . i:yafternoon at the'.Cdthollc cenidotery. _

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