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COMMUNISTS Ban Urged At Dubbo [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 21 May 1940
COMMUNISTS Ban Urged At Dubbo ' Dubbp Couincil has decided . to ':.join thie Katooiblh Counicil' lii re ,questing the Federal Government +to 'take' immediate .action to de-', S.lare the Communit t paurty ant '-illegal organisation. . The Mayor (Ald. E.: B.Sei:lsier) at She., last meeting oftilhe, council said :.:hat the Coimmunist party was alreatcy in tindeigrouid ,:organisation ,and' its imembrsu-. lioid l:be r1ooted ouit 'into he' open', andileioi:tel;. Aid.: Far thing said that the letter was purely i..olitical and there was, a Government :to lookl after the' at fairs of.thile .Stalte ,wiihotiltthe coun cil:buitting in. HIIe movedi that no: ac tion be' taken. :It -wac :secondedl ,by Ald., Gordon. •Aild:. .. H. LeonarI disagreed ana ,said .that while in- .peice :-time ihe would agree with the motiozi, at pre sent it was a case of self preserva ,:tiun ,as there inas:: a: wir on and all knew of tihe seriousness of the'.' posi-' tion While,, it', might be "a ,matter. for. the Govern...
STOCK SALES Good Moss Vale Yarding [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 21 May 1940
Good Moss Vale Yarding The strong demaind that set in'for cattle of all descriptions silnce,:the recent rtins ,was well maintalined.h t the fortnightlv .:sales held i,;a'tii Moss Vale 'yanids on- Friday essrs J.'D.-,Wood and Co., andd.iMr :iWrrM Fraser reporting: good yUyardtgiings??t Buyers \vere ih:'atteindanc lironi Wagga aid: Gundigitd wloriei ',eire is a plentiful supply ..of fee a`d and. a shortage of blg': stock r ~F'it t tt o! were scarce and in good demand and high prices were !realisel' ifor all lines. The following pirices d;ro realised: Fat cows-'to £12; doil liofers to C09/10/; do. bullocks: to £10%10!; store bullocks to: £7/107;/ do:.?:?ov £3/10/ .to £i;' .dali'y ...helfera, £4" to £6/10/; poddlles; _£2/5/;6 toir£3;::.'':
ELECTRICITY FAILURE Storm Breaks Line [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 21 May 1940
'ELECTRICITY FAILURE storm Breaks Line The Wingecarribee Shire ex .Iperienced ar total black-out at a, most inconvenient hour on' Fri Iday evening and business:: pro. • :;lprletors experienced a ::seriou':` handicap. . An . explanatiion of tioe fai;ure w'evase tender.ed by the engineer;' Mi Dcavi son, :'at yesterday's nneetiin ~of the. shlicce.:€council i He. stated '.that a.hter 1ficntor}in blen :down 'sevei?cl poles, iidimany" spans"' d...wire on the main i;ti;hilinsion mlineo" anil interr pfied ;the eervice;friom 0930 0p i.ntil 7.30 amin! on Sattirdayi:'Tlhiiihde srecalled, ~a.:' the longest break-down in the service since;it was connected q 'A tranfiorcnor.ait"' Robertsos als; : ro~o ke :' di:wii t lid ,,to ;i iirepced iotified ilofite coast.
COURSING Derby Divided [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 21 May 1940
COURSING ;Derby Divided Three* Victorian puppies were .beat an in the fourth ties of the New South i'ales. Derby in the concluding przo iramme 'of: the :National- Couirsing Association's four days' meeting, at thlie. Woodstock enclosure, Rooty 'Hill yesterday. This left .the final riounds .to thr'ee New South :\V.ale," dogs, aiid thie deciding courise. was :divided' by Gold. Red and :Extended Teiis. Mr G W i .Feruiela, who iiiade his first entry iirito :a New?i Soath. Wales lerbly, is psirt-owvner wiuh Mr. A. Clark, )f ..Extendedi Termis 'anid·i:Gold , Red,' trihi edi hy Mr. J. Miher.', NS.W DERBY Winnei £ ? r unner up -50, :third dog £ 20, thiree: at? £10- each., .: . ' Fiun:th' ties eltonia; 5.2 on: beait Piiilninl: (V:: 6-4 . led :length' and a half, ,3· points,- time 46 s; Extended Terms,; 2;? eit t:Mitcham Star, 3 oii; a neck 2' points, .35s : Gold .Red,. 5-2 on, bedt Mililiagtawny; .7-4, two :lengths, i i)oints;.45?:Ss Fifth; ties: Gold Redl, eVen:'benhet' Meltonia, 5-4'' 6oni...
WATER PROBLEM Volume For Bowral [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 21 May 1940
WATER PROBLEM Volume For Bowral The Bowral waterworks en gineer reported to the last meeting of the council that the volume of water issuing from the underground lake in the Wingecarribee Swamp had in creased since the source was tapped, the level in the trench rising about an inch in a fort .nigh't. The source was tapped on, April 5, and has been calculated by the Works Department engineer to be flowing at the rate of about i half-a-million gallons per day. The channel has therefore pro vided the dam serving the town of 2;Bowral with nearly 20 millIon.,gal Ions of water since it was ;dis covered. -Notwithstanding this .,abparently unquenchable source of .:supiply; the Bowral Counicil is. not without .mlis givinga in "the matter ,of -servicing: the 'town. The amouint avnlible ,for the retleulation soyteni: is llnilted to the capacity of thl:e ;fillittioatn ntnd pumping p iant h:i'ch .tireats: a:"and 'Ifts' ,the water' to ihe elevated reser It, ha's been calcitlated tliat the:'ex: is...
"WIZARD OF OZ" Coming To Empire Saturday [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 21 May 1940
'WIZARD OF OZ" .:Coming To Empire Saturday Based on a. stolre that, will bring back .your 'youth,:' id if you have. youth, onrake it lhiplierp; for maniy a long ?ear'"' "h . f'Wizard of Oz'." comes to tho te Empire Theatie on Saturdlay fi 0ne week. It would take colu inn to ,tell 'read ers all about the gnomeie?ii ::1eMuch tins, played by" neally; two. huiidred sidget actors in miniatueity he Flyivig 'Monkeys tie towering reen.: Emera?id? City wih"t s beauti (lI people the gorgeous magic Poppy, 'ields, and ,the?rcst of: the spetacu: ar scenes: a, '" And to appreclate them you'llIhave o .hear Over t he:,Rai? now,".;'If: )nly Had a:_ l?,3rain '.!:he:e 31d Land of Ozr 'On ?' Dl.ing D'?g: ind - the rest of te~ei ' in: un bers •nd dances that E~Y? Harbfurg an d IHIarold :Arlen' - wte into'fthe 'scoe.' Musically ,tranfitically ,and from he .strindpoint :ofa.:specta'cle ?oull Lever :f'orget "The 'Wizard: fo Onz. Iictor :leasing di: ector: of;: Cap 'alns j.Coudigeous"'i andi other greait li...
DESPERATE FIGHTING IN BELGIUM German Tanks Still In Action British Stubbornness Is Wanted To-day [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 21 May 1940
DESPERATE FIGHTING IN BELGIUM German Tanks Still In Action British Stubbornness Is Wanted To-day LONDON, Monday: "Fighting desperately,i the B.E-F. once more stands with its back to the Channel," says a British war correspondent with the British Expeditionary Force in Bel gium. "If ever Britain needed the stubbornness made famous at Waterloo she needs it now," he added. "The B E.F. continued its withdrawal yesterday to posi tions at which must be inevitab'y the final stand. "The*Germans bombed aid strafed them continuously, but the losses were slight, alth ugh ambulance trains are be ginning to arrive back, one with the carriages riddled with bullet-holes. "The British" line in Belgium touches the vicinity of Ath, 1r miles north-wOst : o.fo: f ,lon .th'encS : runs northward to tlihe sch:lValq and theni to" the, Nolhi Sga he he Frieitch.iand Beii 'ia '"; i rptlng ti j a nmagnificent .fight. "'Parm carts anil railiwiy cars have been throwli- across the roads as-bar rlcailes to holl' u...
SHARP FROST [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 21 May 1940
SHARP FROST Goulburn again shvored ith'is ,morning, when a sharp frost carried the mercury down tp 32 degrees, which was only two degrees albove Sunday's temperature, the. lowest Since July lpast year. The ground was coveredl in a mantle of white, wh!ch remained in shaded spots until a late hour.: With the airival of the sun, conditions improved for a. time, but .,later the sky showed an inclinatnin ti:'becomn "overexot.
AIR SCHOOL Determination By Goulburn Chamber [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 21 May 1940
AIR SCHOOL Deternmination By Goulburn Chamber./ Determined that the establish ment of an Air Force training school at Goulburn shall not be refused on any grounds, the Goul burn Chamber of Commerce has written a letter, to the Minister for Air. Mr. Fairbairn, through ,Ir. J. A. Perkins)-M.P.; dealing solely with the, accommodation" qualifica tions which this city possesses., This Information was.: conveyed ,io members by the presidelit, Mr. R.' 4. Johnson- at a 'meeting of the'chambjer last night. :. Mr. Johnson said -.he. hadl, :learned from an tai'thoritative sotirce that tile accomiinodation qlueitioii wnas aa PRra moutti:rone In the seleQtionti of ,centie for Air Sclhoola.. Actti'g.: on,_this: ri., foirmtinio: Mi: C.P.i Adams nd :him-: self' had "w vytte to thie' Minister .'for. Air. pointtig :out oiilbui ns qu?alifict tin- M?? siba.iii hl?db e. iidviseil : IDED, BY, EXPERTS':,' of Inthi 4olton g thenline bore ,1'lA TargeGe le.rnipeii?thntel ant the mie ';i'of' Colet and Di.iley...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 21 May 1940
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 21 May 1940
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"Missing" Goulburn War Pilot [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 21 May 1940
"Missing" Goulburn War Pilot Official' advice has been ,received.. in Goulburn that Flight-Lieutenant Kenneth Russell Rogers,, 23,,.who is * believed to be.;ie fiist-Gouil burn-born war pilot to' see active service in France, has been, reported missing. A son of Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Rog ers, of "Highgate," Goulburn, who ire naturally perturbed at the news received, but still hopeful that the missing pilot will emerge from the maelstrom into which he plunged with such patriotism, Flight-Lieuten tnt Rogers is. well known in this city, where he spent his youth. An ex-student of the Goulburn High School, the young pilot evinced a keen and practical interest in avia lion and at the age of 18 he. Joined the Royal Australian Air Force at Point Cook. Quickly adapiting him self to the various branches of aero nautics, he achieved. phenomenal orogress 'and .within two years , he tainesd his promotion to Flight Lieutenant : SELECTED FOR R.A.F. .'He was then specially selected to receive further ...
GERMAN DRIVE [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 21 May 1940
GERMAN DRIVE -This is not a time for hy'steria, andione. thirig that gives the on looker: conifort i" th'e manner' in which the British troops on ihe "western/end of the Allied line advanced into. Belgium and then, at.. the.:ight time, when conse quent upon happenings farther south over ..which they had no control, moved back again. They did it without,.loss of material, despite. German ':claims to the contrary, and the job was.done well. To the uninitiated this may seem very simple, but it is nothing of the kind. Suddenly to leave prepared lines where they had been.stationed, some of them for six months and, more, advance to reinforce the Belgians and Dutch, to meet the enemy, who got a taste of.what the British fighter is at Louvain, and then to retire is nbt an easy task for a great body of men. But they did it well and successfully. :When we remember that.lots'of these men little more tian .six months ago were clerks, farmers, garage * men, lorry drivers, students, that most of ...
PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 21 May 1940
PERSONAL Mir. John Flemming, of Oak fRango;. Womhbeyan Caves Road, is a patient at the District Hospital. .fr. W. G. McKanb, of Dundarra, Windellama. is a patient at St. John of. God Hospithl. , Nurse *C. Drew has resigned from the staff of the District Hospital 'owing to indifferent health., Mrs. K. J. Keighran, who has been a pai?ent at the District Hospital in recent weeks, during which she in derwent ia major operation, return. home yesterday. Sister J.' McDonnel, wlho has been fulfilling relief dut!es on the staff at the District Hospital, where she was originally a 'trainee, has tend ered her resignation in view of her approaching marriage and will leave the hospital at the end of the week. Sister Florellce Pearce has been appoillnted a junior sister on- the nursing staff at the District Hospital. An original traineo, Sister Pearce left the hospital staff about 12 months ago and is. at present completing her tratining course inl obstetrics in Syd ney.
Motor Cars In Australia [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 21 May 1940
Motor Cars . In Australia CANIBERRA, Tuesday: T'eli Federai Ministry will probably filtroduce in the House of RetfUle5ent?R!tes the bill to ratify the agreement, betweeni:tio Federal Government and1' Australian Consolidated Industries," Ltd?I for. the nanufacture of notor cars .in AUs tralia. The measure is certaiii to bo 'i' jected 'in its present forin, bult -t?tl I possible. that if it passes .thie second reading stage it may lie accepwed'witl the elimination of the monopoly. clauseI?. The Country Party, although .t is now part of the Government, will ntot accept tl:he agreement in its present form, and the Labour Party: is ailso an'aronistic to any form of mono. holistic arrangement.
Weygand At Work Warning To French Public [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 21 May 1940
Weygand At Work Warning To French Public PARIS, Mondayi The Premier, M. Reynaud, is expected to make a statement in the Senate to morrow. General Weygand conferred with M. Reynaud and Marshal Petain for an hour after a meeting of the Cab inet, 'at which a number of decisions for speeding up the war were taken. M.; Reynaud issued a communique warning the population to guard against inspired rumours regarding. German advances whereby the enemy hoped to cause.the evacuation of dis tricts which were not threatened and thus dislocate French industry.. The communique states that' the severest penalties wihich, are applic able to deserting soldiers :are also applicable to workers leaving facd tories without instructions. Last night the Premier, Mr. Ma?i; announced the terms of the inquiiry to he held by Mr. Justice De Baun' into the costs of distributing . millk to consumers in Sydney and New castle.'. ' " .
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 21 May 1940
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Stab In The Back Won [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 21 May 1940
Slab In The Back Won LONDON, Monday:. The Dutch kill ed more Uermans than the Germans killed Dutch, declared the Nether lands Foreign Minister, Dr. van Klef fens.. . "Our army prepared for. the Ger man advianice on the frontier,"' he said. "Ve- barricaded- the frontier roads alid dynaiited bridges. It was the.stab'in the back by the parachut ists' and members of' the Fifth Col iiufmnithat defeated us." ý;TheW Foreign :Minister said. it was abhitter disappointment that-Holland hLad:to surrender. But ,she had de layed: the Germans for four days longer than they expected. The Ger nani commander had been ordered to reach The Hague on May 10. The German commandei was shot instead, and . his successor did not arrive there. until five dlays later. ......
LIQUORS HIGHER [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 21 May 1940
LIQUORS HIGHER SYDNI Y .Tuesday: Mx:ý. N Con 'oily, piesideint oftihle U.L:VA., :re: ferin'g to the: icrease 'in. piice of gin?, biandyFtnid Wlhisky, said the ex. act .hte; onwihliich ppiites wohld be I7 deaier iead ii t yet: been decided ulon. Ed • Australian manufactured whisky anfd,'gin would be slightly dearer by bottles, owing to the increase in sales tax.