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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 21 May 1940
A 'D HERE B 5 THE 1.' 5 WW ! HIGH SPOTS IN THE NEWS FROM "THE CORNER'S" ,, SECTIONS ACCESSOR This year more than-eveiit's acces sories that count! Bags, Gloves, Hats, J ewellery :and Shoes can transform the simplest dresses into costumesl of importance. Personalize that new winter outfit with delightful and colourful ".Accessories. sMART DRESSY HANDBAGS to MATCH S.... i }YOUR FROCK. :LEATHER or GRAINED LAYCETTI S CALF WOOL SCARVES Theire are all thewinter tonings to You'll love these. The,'re so soft, select from in either leather or so dainty, so colo.urtft and extra fap cy grainedicalf in. either pouch' warim. They are Belgan Scarves lu Idle or zipper: tops., ;:They and quite the smartest novelty Sar so well fitted;,Ihving'all minner line of the season. Lo(5 of differ puse, m.irrloi:..ad silk lin.ti?g, anlld ent colour toniings, t , 4/11 there's lots of .:lesigns ?'to select And ,just, each .........y/..... flout too. : ,, S5ll/ 1on I 5/11 t ý' V ite Corei's. '1r-cc .. "The Corner...
Every Minute Means A Life [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 21 May 1940
Eery Minute Means A. Life :LONDOIN, O intla: 'the Mi tnis ,:'tcifo Si 1upply and Nationnal Ser 5te MIlr Herbert Mlorr'ison, to dýasu iis'i a call to Iounitions S?r?ikers toiork t tioth?ir utmtost. The hour is itical,' he slid. ' hetii?btioti'n,?ed 1is greit. If we wfa?te, it Iri titie?atit rb'ui' desk or bench wei'ncrifice i'a ;life'I lff' iwe put our ers'onl, festrease or conifort before 'niilehneed :iof our tijb ,ýb;i:e increase theurisl, .?.to ourt anitd our ftamily's Work at jv't. speed o us stteci'sisrratnt itsettite stethe's Worid er 'ice.itt altil ditis;s te o.''otter, Z`sihecin eource s . e l;f. iors'tsattst- is 1iistt,', t ,.: ti, e 'cotttilation fs'lo le titvelsen?se' iiteliths lce liuhlished. in".tiis Issuete ;and all. tight ttereis `is,"Attstt atia; ,stt'. ^New itttlti Stettiit'o f. iite':caite,;ie st ln itt t isnte tts 'It; so iheid?diet l altoite tin i rThe it'llins" tndti s 'ent sc o'.ttisit l ttet by'sle' ectl ilet? tins : Iotd.i tliou t l :iltt endtrs tloo ll d -tha...
AMERICA STIRRED UP Quick Action For Defence [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 21 May 1940
AMERICA STIRRED UP Quijck Action i For Defence WASHINGTON, -Monday: Legisl ive,..leaders .htive assured President Roosevelt', of; qluick actiol:' ilin:' all phaseso(of the defenoCe.pio. lanimme. The Seaate;A'pitropripiiaton's 'o(J0o'iii mittee has :;aLpio\ (dithe Ainhi 1311; involving the r.expeacdituite o-. .1',821' ,OOQ;OO dollarls, includingPre sident ,Roosenelxi'S si;'reqstf :fori'.tie ,.''Mr. Kriox;Secdretaryob.the Navy i the Coalitiori-Cbiiet 'said;at Seattle thatu the Boeinr Companyl had con tracted to ; prouine d"23,'0'00000 1 d1l-: lais': worth, of twin- eiginied Do.Ulas 4ttaclribombers; fo.i ,the 'Allies; .' :: Tie Secreiitary. of OSfe ate,?l?.- itd, tollthe Piress that. t en'Governllient has ;iot yet given sei ious .hattention :to':,the Dpoposal.' thait: it should ,takce dveri: Alie*.pdossessionii in- the west eri hemispliere eithier.in piyminent of war dlebts, fd.' natioinal ddefeice,; r, with the .consent of the Allies.:.
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 21 May 1940
RETURN THANKS RS. J lcLAUFt IN and armily "wish sincerel, thank all riends and rel? ions for their kind xpres sions of 'nympatlhy in their re at sad hereave ent. IN MEMORIAM DALLAS. In loving I#elnory of ?r dear m ther and t grandnlotl r. Silargre Dallas, who departed ~is life 21 MSlay, 19381 Two year have passe l since that ad W ilen aone, we I ved was c lled God too her honie;Rit was his vill. Forget er, no, we pever will. Inserted hv her )oving daughter and grandchildren.
Salvation Army Farewell Eden Family Off To Sydney [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 21 May 1940
Salvation Army Farewell Eden Family Off To Sydney: Prior to their departure? for Sydney, where Mr: EJden has -r been transferred by the Railway Department Mr. and: Mrs.; Edeno, and family wore tendered a.fare. avell at the Salvation tAniy ,Cita del on Friday. night:' &lt; ,?. 'Mr. Eden, who has beent a well I:nown figure i'n local Salvation Arimy activities, held 'the positiotd of Ser geant-Major, and, togethes wilth :lis son, Frank, was a, member of the' Corps Band. Mrs. Eden has been ahinrt'dent Sal vationlst, sworliiing especially for the Women's League. She was tGlso?orops pianiste. Also farewelled .on I rliday night aere aMr. and Mrs.;J; - J :: Staple ton and farolly, who are m oving05.0o' Cowra. , In addlition to Major :Smartt tlhe speakers included Captai'n P Sclioiusi (Young People),. Mis? Doughty (Women's League)., :,lMrs.:=? Major flatten (Gill Home) ,,otnd, Matrons Grant .(Gill Hoie). ; 'In eulogislig" ,thi''e work.: of t ith?e two families, Major Snisartt'shi~ th...
GRID SCHEME Headquarters At Goulburn? [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 21 May 1940
GRID SCHEME Headquarters At Goulburn? Although the report haus not yot been confirmed, it is be Ileved that the $uperintendent of tle Bulrrlnjuck Electricity Supply, 11r. K. Fremlin, who is at present stationed at Coota snundra, will t?hnsfer his head quarters to'Goulburn at a conm paratively early date. Although officers of the Public iorkts Department at Goulburn state that there is nothing definitely known concernling Mr., Fremlin's projected move to Goulburn, .thero have been rumours abroad for more than six months and a report from a country source that Mr. Fremlin aould take up residence in Goulburn in the near future has been followed. by an announcement that tenders would close on June 3 next for the erection of a superintendelit's> resi dence at the l Goulburn control 'st;. tion. WORK PROCEEDING;: Despite the delay which ;thelt t-. break of war caused to. the delivery of equipment from overseas,'w;Work: on the contrql station, on '.which more than £90,000 is .ljeing'spen...
Moscow Attacks Italy [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 21 May 1940
Moscow Attacks Italy ,riLONDON, Monday: Moscow :;adib last night attacked. the' Italian Govcrnment' and warned the- Italians against entering: the W Pt; a , .... ? :+ The ianpounceiueiit said the Bali: ins` weree tiot without caliable iand' ready "Allies. . : "Nearly the wliole worild shares .our view that the piesent Italian Govern ment is distinguislied by the :most shameful, degeneratei ; corrupt;:- hypo qritical, and eopportinist characteriso tics," said the :announcer. i "Now; at this last hour, ivwhen Italy is hesitating; on the brhiik of. the war, we issue this 'w1 iining::--- '` ., 'The Italian Governinment a.ipiari ently chierishes dieanis :of -revllviiis the fqg:nier Rtonriai Eimpire. 'If it is foolish enough to thirk ',;that; b, entering the war, it can conquer NArth, A fribca. 'dbride t alkanIso :and seize half France, ,it ill be sadly disieus'ioied '"'Notlii.g b.ti lisgrace: anu; defeait a?wlit fany' such atteriit.tri : ,;`;:.i'., BALKANS. PREPARED: . . "The people of t...
PLAYGROUND IN PARK Council Paving The Way [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 21 May 1940
PLAYGROUND IN PARK Council Paving 'The iWay Clty Council enmployees were; eiianggedi this morziing in remov Sing a pinq (hree from the lower: ,endlof b lelmnorePark, wlield.elay ground ecquipmnlnt for the childrein,+ of the' city 1,?.to be shortly" in-' " stalled at a cost' of £133. . In. li acol llice: with a recent -deci sbdli, the 'council intends spending £107 'lon thile establislihnelit of additiol atl :. arid. 'more ' niiioderli '. playground acill tles :..hiln a*t :present "exist: in thi' city's riecr'eational` reserves .and. apart :front the l equiDlpelt pioliosedl fbr1Deh3liior1 Pai'k; £62..willr also oue olided' ind :Victol:iac Park; : Tlie :euilipent, .which is to be.iar: rI tinged 1in suchi a Ihat1ier1 as ;.w ill , rovide for: futu',relequ irements, ;l I hlie listalled inll ;i allroximately thiree \eelis' title.:-Tlie liresedntl.swlings fi ielniOIe :Pak ,will '.ie. ITeove(i cto i\'liuifi?cd IPtik a id tl '.he 1 sii1ill:liaiy ii'c 0,.ai ai2ttine li nt'ctl ioi" of.Au futi ...
RUN OVER BY TRAIN [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 21 May 1940
,, RUN,'OVER:BY TRAIN : SYDNEY (,Tuieday Reubeni Dtii= i.'P 7 C hn tI, e ,ti0one(r enill:e iqate agent,.?' y .'Woy,. weis 'about t, Lud: I otr ti Lfol Gosfoild thisi ioin;ii ng:,whef h e ,slipIped ind fo ell; oin wheel .ssing overi isl' a iIbov? :tli tb ;be ii aciti:al colditilon
Hitler's Own Idea [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 21 May 1940
Hitler's Own -idea LdONDOND;' Monda y: ,Accoirdin'g. to Goering;? .the :nresen ?^ *Bl· tzlkreig'. is' Hitler's: own nidea.: .i . :4 "He . is 'evolutioionist in strate?y,' said ,Goeriiig; a ;'' O':neli :Allied cmiinteltatori:, s laking. of this, saIys thattthis. slreftshi lg to. know,? foit it' shol's :that it:,is" ot iPart of a Il T catrefilly laid by seri ousintilitarynimenTie aniateott rniht often wain :battles;.bu t :to -iia ii"t war reqiuires .far-seeing::q?tlities 'md knio lledge .of :detils fart:.b ey'ind:the amateur. Goeril ig deniedi thnt "'Germani para chuttists wfore ny'~othiei thaii GeritiMin u nli fo i mn s . . ? -a ' .; , :
SHOWERS WITH COLD NIGHT [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 21 May 1940
SI-HOWERS WITH: COLD NIGHT FORECASq: Still m ol loudlly in tle. easternl are as;; lfrther showers .in the south-east.'in areas and between the .slopesni nd: coast, andll in the norlthllern'se:ei tion; chiefly fine else\nhere i;iod crate day tempelaiture?;l' cold night generally; 'scttered i frosts Inland; .patches of Ilist a.t?l.fog In the eastern districts; fresh louth-west winds.
WEATHER IN THE STATE [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 21 May 1940
WEATHER ,IN THE, STATE:i : SYDNEY Tuesday: Afert yester day's .heavy rainfall in pliats: of.:the iettopoliltal area conditions ito-dtiy. care fine and clearn, but accorldinig to the State Meteorologist, Mr.. Mares, the. present fine .brcak liiy ias. Quickly.;, .. , " .. 'i :::i.:,' More than an inch of:-ra nfell, 8dtl y during the 24 .hours .ended' 0 o'clockle this morning,' inceirelsing the month's total `to 5S5 :pointsl::or. neearly one inch . libovo the:.: Miiy o ragn fell n thcatc No isin fell sn the cistchissent area':
FIREMAN KILLED [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 21 May 1940
FIREMAN KILLED MELBOURNE, Tuesday:. When a rf!ek Wall fell d'lrintg "a fire at the' aetory of Criffiths Sweets,e .Pty',, Ltd., tis Ilorning. Fireman; Angelar Negri, 59. collapsed anllld .died. '- : Although he was near the 'atll there was no evidence of atinypor io halng struck liiiapel " io hhlvilg etruck ic huh
HIGHLIGHTS IN THE NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 21 May 1940
HIGHLIGHTS IN THE _EWS The Liege and Narmur forts are still holding out. This is of spiecial importance, as all the railway lilies "iuass through lBel l giu111 flom Gerniany at these ' otwo points. If th i lIelgians do no mor1e tlhian Ihold these forts tlie t'orces woould.be doing their ishartle' -· · · · , i: ~'j: · I: STue iBr3iitish troops !nave not met the terrific :.attacks isuch as i those made ;upon the k rench, and they have been able to carry out their withdrawal with .conspicuous skBill. They ,have not .,abandoned any.: war mateilal as claimni:im b'he Germans. She Gcr nniiian it jryauthorit m ;:ties mre expectuig ,l.vyki loess Sas:i the MiniStlr it :i opiagma.il, ia telling "?eh !:peoiil thatmilthey. ;:''iiifist lprieaiire foi heavym ylosses." , Thliey -are being' reniiidedi that . dauring the last wnr on: eai -i flronit Ithe adead:, iwountmldedand: '"captlred -totalled :,00,00.: ' STho twIo largest Italisi iners were 'nlowied. tbo paiss.' the'i BiEtish diontrol withoudt s...
Planes Are Delayed [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 21 May 1940
Planes re Delayed , CANB ERRnA,Tuesday: ,Two planes bearing Mliiiisters. aid pie;immbers, to 'Ciber:ra this; iiorn!intigveiire unable to lpid for :some time, o(wing .to the One? came fromll Melbourne/ and in it ei?e t?hlie MIliisteid fo.r IDefence, Mr. Sti:eet; the. Milnister: fOt Ai, Mr. Fairbairnt; and i 1ess DrM : s ra kefol 'd, Ptstetison Greeti and l.tSii?urr, Ms.P. TlThis plane did oti ; laid lo ;,the fii'st occasion, but mniiiiaged: to doso a little nlater:? . . ? The other plane caiir yihgtbe TFed eiral 'Treisiriei' Mr. Spehd'e r,ind the Minister, for; Supply;i,Sir ? F id'ick Stewart, was unabtile to.lan d'aild;? wasi foiced to head noarthiiiird." They re tttrned lateri :Constequent,,: upoin the del y;e the \meeting of the War Cabinet was not hoeld ?iftil ain hour later. ,
SELECTIONS BY "TRACKITE" [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 21 May 1940
SELECTIONS BY "TRACKITE".: i;?,?;:!Malden Hurdle Race,-BOGAN S.BOY 1, I;Kng Otho 2, Sir'.Leigh ton3 ' ? Juvenile .Handicap.- 'TUNIC 1, Styfish 2, OV rJoid dý3. ,: . ;Encourage Stakes.- ARISTO ,;;RAT 1, Thunderclap 2, Lerappa . Flying Welter Handicap. ''11'UHITARATA .1, Gay Romance 2, Tolerant 3. Rosehlll Handicap.- " LORD VALENTINE 1, GlIltown 2, ! Ubprous 3. Maiden Handicap.- First Divi .:slon: BEAU FRERE 1, Step Out' 2, Dunkerry 3. S,'Second Division: EVERTRUE 1;\Ashment 2, Bonny Col 3.
GOULBURN TROTTING CLUB'S LOSS [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 21 May 1940
GOULBURN TROTTING , .CLUB'S LOSS... At a :meeting of the' Goulburne Trotting Club, held on Friday even: ing last, feellng reference was made by the pi sldent to the demise of Mmr. T.' L.: Da iel, by whce ceath ':thu, club, and.'L'otting genorally, bad ac:l fered a sev re loss. Each com:ttte.' man present voiced hi:; sorlrow :nll expressed gvvmpathy with the: be reaved relati jes. 'Tliecommil\tee also expressed'con dolehcode with VIr. C. Cooper in the recent;death of/his mother. Aletter was:forwarded to Mr. D. M. ,Broadhead, ; sympathisihg ' with 'lim In ;his prolonged incapacitation, .:ibought; about ' by an accident some time ago.