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

REPAIRS To Everything Electrical SExper d ae d ualifie Engine . FR I) QUOT IONS for installations' of all kinds. SOUTHERN RADIO and ELECTRICAL PTY., LTD. Phone: Day 981, Night 906. Lo k At Your at Af r the Heat and ust Pers iration stains an dust duri g summer month make hats ook more than th ir age. Expe t cleaping and r block Ing sts only 2/6. Ne? Bands and eathers 1/3 eac extra. MO ERN DRY CLEA ERS Phon 377 Auburn Street

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ROSEHILL RACES Acceptors For To-morrow [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 21 May 1940

;ROSEHILL RACES Acceptors For To-morrow Acceptors for the Rosehill Race C*ldb's .meeting to be held to.morrow are:- - MAIDEN HURDLE RACE.-1-m (1.35) Began Boy. (6) 10.2, Sir Leighton (19) 9.8, Saratoga (16) 9.8, King (Otho (20) 9.7, Duke Caledon (2) 9.7, Montaguie.(18) 9.6, Pay Day (7) 9.2, Generous Gesture (14) 9.2," Plural (10) ;9 0, Sir Hugh (1.) 9.0,.:'1eksteir (4),::9.0,. Herac'es (17) 9.0,F '?estoon ,(15) 9.0, Glentrae (3) ." 0, EachVWay' (21) 0.0, :Sir Julihn .(5) 9.0,iP.WAHVI ( : 4:0,; Sir Dice () ,9.0 a? y ; on (1 :;( 9;'::, Aldrajac .(11),;,:940,u?V UPyl `J:?, NLE HANDICAP.-. f (2-5) ;'14t13 1 (t` ).) 9.2.Th;uEnderbyaP(14 . 0i' ?u h o?e `.; Ay)ant Tot (10) jS.kyNu :er(ap 7) .1'Tr, i'HeleikiBoyi (S) :7:. o'7Eti 'horbus (1 ;'Mto'.t0r .-D2)isciline. ;?'i6 B ua : B lerinado (.() 7 0 ,7Lr ' (; ided i oings, 0 - Ro:Thtarat al':1) 07.:.::Tahle ::Tal '"E?CCURAGE STAII N .-cm (230)',i (:r.,1) .i 3 Plying1Coltos?is (3) 85 Red: Bruce,, (9): 8.5I Avant Tout (10) :'iLerappa l :.(7). .7...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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MAG CASE Heavy Fines Inficted [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 21 May 1940

IAGI CASE Hevy' Fines hInfictdai, :;Heavy,, fineswer, nl l yed - lay `by: the', stipendiary:! stewards ? .) oirl ity a? ais v won the; fi st divir Eion :: tile P:rogressive StakesatiO nteb ig ' tik on'Satlrda Th acewas orhorses io have `aves l 'atoin ~a; fla rsioa'c : on i"thces; Maiden Novice ncourage Til :.nd t' wo-year-old .rac:esr'excepted): at ',he total value l;toithiwinerof siore han t 125.l " h 'r ilad o ae e,. l oi? hioa a ce'aototh in irsel t125 bat she hadr won wseverl Foarteetn-tio pHaidaps, ich niln tad hen ;ouatside; t'e owinalgs 7: e, stewadrls issued tIe ffolovint. aSporto GoUnderathe poners tcoiiferred ipon ithe stewardsi ans objeltion was ldged against the filarst nila being. aid to tile orners of Mhig, on-ethe round that tile manle was not quail fied under the conditions of the race. After hearling evidence, during whlich at was admitted by the trainer and the part-owners present that the mare ad won imore than the prescribed amount in the aggregate of winnings. ....

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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GUNNING GOLF CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 21 May 1940

GUNNING GOLF CLUB ,GUNNING; An 18-holes. competi tiaon was played on the local links 'iat Sunday, 'resulting in a win for John. Moore, who played good golf to ;return a 67 net five strokes .under, par. The main scores were: 3;'J: Moore,. 94" 27 67; J. Bateup, 92 2'0.72; A E. Bateup, 99 27 72; A. H. Lyell, 103 30 73;.E. Hyl1lam, t93:20. 73; M., Lawton, 105 :27.78; .R. Clark, 96 1 80.

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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NIGHT TROTTING Select Committee's Progress Report [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 21 May 1940

'NIGHT TROTTING Select Committee's Progress Report A copy of the progress report tendered to the Legislative As sembly by the select committee appointed to inquire into' the' conduct and administration of trotting in N;S.W., with par-': ticular reference, among other matters, to night trotting with. ' betting, was read at? the 'meeet inkg of:. the ,Goulburn' Trotting ':Club committ?e' on 'Frkiday night. ;:Excerpts' fiom ?the report "are: ;:' hilst yJour committee has .had 'evidenie ssumlitted, upon the benefits :,hclich"'have 'accried .to various in teiests, .including Goveriment re .veniiues, in the two States-Western Australia and South Australla ,where night trotting with betting has been legalised, certain witnesses dealing strictly with the betting aspect-claimed that an increase in betting facilitles is not 'warranted. 'In this regard the committee will need to consider.other evidence made, suggesting that night trotting, with betting; would eliminate existing 1l legal betting...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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SHOW TROTTING Crookwell Plans For 1941 [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 21 May 1940

SSHOW TROTTING Crookwell Plans For 1941:1 CROOKWELL: Two xrxtra 'trotting events will be addediL to the ring programmie fori tli S icst .,annmual shlow, if the:rcconm-;. ::nendation adopted at the neet S,; igof the A., ', and ,HI. Society on F:l'iday' night is acceiited,; by' Sit e neiw .commitec.titt :.. ":Under, the proposal''subini tted'" by the :trotting stewards, the extra eoventsl ivill ? aiot mean :anyo increase 4in prize : moneu? :,lue" to;a sma.inll re?iction in' the prizes, for: the> other ' events -ndc to the liberal si support. .by business teni, who have donated £9/9'/. SSpeaking l ti.'- behalf of tlhe : trot= hFingssteivairds Mar.- C.:G ;Hewitt said that-' the :additional ri aces, woild' be a' T-rial?:Hindicip of: l'. miles: (basis 2i36 "and-d tliie:win'er, wou'd.ld":not':b: penalised ? orPt ilie cour iige' Han?dil cap; aind-tihe Sttan 'MhAcatleS. Ladies' 'rotf' of:one fil6 (basis 234) 'Mr. Macauley the said;'ha donat ead s':£57ý't?. sWards the prie f'y?r :tlie ladi...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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Bungonia Shoot [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 21 May 1940

Bungonia Shoot BUNONIAI:. shooti was held on Sa:turdayoi:.t?' Hansll: canteenr.. o cutlery theIIR. 1D. Gray Cup anid yoear lyoaggregates. A sweepstakeuwas also held, and. for ;this. M. Cooder. "a nd IB. L'atham tied ,with 24 each out otf a possible 25. in the sihoot off each' scored? 23, 23 V "Cooper :finally win cl on 'a? count-out. .:Scores: M:'i:Cooper, 24.' (sc),24 13 .,Latliham; 24 ?(sc)24;S Cook 24 (sc).:24; W Hanisell ?23 (sc~) 23; y: Southi, 22I(scc) :i22;Bobb Frost; 21, :(se) ,21;: T. 'Cooper, 21 (sc)/ 21.' ,:"he: followlin'g :member"s hIave been?i selected:ito.:meet Mar?lain li a friend, lyi:~ atch: on:' Saturday nheit at' Bun gotifia at 2 ptm.:' WV Hansela i A? Cooper, ' LB. I"Latham, S. Cook, . , Ayre,'W. :. Soith, . Bob Frost, ,T. "Latham~; W. Blake, F. Hansell, C. Blake P. Blakie.

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ON THE RANGE Rhyanna Shoot [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 21 May 1940

ON THE RANGE Rhyanna Shoot RHYANNA: Mr. G. Goodhew's trophy was shot for on Saturday; the. condltions 'being 10 shots and ,two sighter ,a't 600 yards.. C. Denney won:ancl.. Dwhirst, S. Keninedy,. L'. Dewhiir?'id A. ABugess wobn cash' ',Scores: C. Deniey, 48 (2) ? 50; W l'Dew: hirst;- 45':(6) 50; S. SIennedy; 47 ,(3) 50; L.' Dewhirst; 45: (5) .50.; A. B3ur -gess, :42 (6)' 48; G.;Parker,:s.44 l (3)' 47; S :eadon.42 (5 )47';D:Yeadoni, 43 .(2) 4,5; G. Cameron;: 28 (10) i 38. Rhanna :willl meet :Kenmbre:Club In a friendlvy match on, the Rhyanno, rang: next Saturdy, May ay25,: at 500 yards.

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

GlerImaylns ladv(1anced over the lront ier to Ilelgl?in faced with thes.e walls of st(eel and (concrete. tarl'riers likte this tank trap stretched for mtilets ('across the Iboldelrs of' Ilielgiut.

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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IRISH RESERVISTS ARE CALLED UP [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 21 May 1940

IRISH RESERVISTS ARE CALLED UP LONDON, Monday: It is officially announcedC in Dublin that certain classes of reservists were called to the colours during the week:-end: The statement says: "In .the 'pr, Sent circumstances the Governmlelnt decided that this actidn was, fecel? sary to strengthen the .:;defence forces. '..

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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GUNDAROO Successful Effort [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 21 May 1940

G UN.DA ROO' Successful. Effort GUNDAROO: Patriotic funds benefited by £59 as the result-of an effort held here recently. From the viewpoilt of attendance, the sports proved most disappointing, I.e apatay shown by- the general public being very marked. Howvever, .ed~pite the paucity of the lattend ance, interest in the afternoon s effort never waned, and towards '.the finish the enthusiasm was tense. Some of the events finished in the dark, this being caused by the late start, brought about by the late arrivll of patrons. The lack of attendance was over come by the enthusiastic' manner in which one and all on the ground rallied to the cause, this and the liberal giving making the afternoon's sports the success it deserved to be. The treasurer, Mr. Wmin. J. Affleck, i?orkedl hard in securing trophies, twhich ,leiuced the expenses consid erably. Afternoon, tea was served on the ground for ia nominal charge, and was imuch appreclated by .the. public. Mesdal'es Lees; Booth, Affleck, Rya...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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READY AND WAITING [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 21 May 1940

-READY AND WAITING, On her catapult base rests a British seaplane aboard H.M.S. Sussex. At a moment's notice it can be shot into action. Department of Information.

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BAUXITE Inquiry Into Deposits [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 21 May 1940

BA UXITE Inquiry Into Deposits In a letter to last night's meet ing of the Cllamber of Coln merce, the Under-Secretary of the Department of Mines, Mr. It. I). .Gahame, declaredad that, bauxite deposits were known to exist in the Bungonia-Yarralaw\ Mr. Grahame was replying to re quests made by the chamhber .for,in formation' as to, bauxite: ' deposits in the- Goulburn- district: The letter intima.tedAthat "deos1 t in the Bungonia-Ylarialaw:'ari?a had been. ftirit .examined - i:;901' ail::ad lately had been liree:xamiºned in.view of.: receont- Iroopects inmade- by t-he, B.H.P.; "Althoughl ;the :, results are cooii fidential;, they-, confirm .-the report in 1901 that:: .while, large:; 'deposits are. :present. they.'. are .' too .low to warrant further .consideratiois at pre-, sent," adied'-Mr. Grahaine.v.' "The Bu ngonia ideposits hive' less value than those: at ,WIigello'. aid Bundainoon, w"which ..would niatur.l lly be. giyens first: attention tin 'any pros pdctfng ciaiipign.":. Coin...

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GOLF ASSOCIATES Stroke Competition To Miss J. Harris [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 21 May 1940

GOLF ASSOCIATES Stroke Competition To Miss SJ.J Harris Miss J. Harris, with a card of 88 15 73, won the'stroke competi tion played on Friday last in con 'junction with 'International Day., _ :"Otheie scoltes: in this' event. were:-? J :'Ta:ylor, 1 104 28 .76 Mi;.t. Gatett; 109 32 77. :'notherl round of. the I.G.U. medals will. be pliayedi next Friday t:ogethei witli a,,. choice, scorie. comipetitlon.tt /' [ 1 allowiig Is the dr?wi; .i: :danisn v i Mbs:.' JohnsoniB Mis. W:o)B'axter' v sr is I'. it.R. MtrS. ,Fdns. v .elss 'M acdonald; .lItis. Darke: v Mrl.tPenice, lires ' fla?s ' M "ies :Rylilds; Msiis CGaiett *.;s'Mirs :-ingfn'd.il ': Tis Hi ",°fR v::Mrs. I ?los' Mi Hayoh IIiii?':;l Mrs? Taylor;t lMis;; HItist v: Miss' U.lliteii~ii MI'rs.:: Legg-, V~, : Ar Mitchlielli, r. i"eiM Beatli : M rs Whiatleyt rIi.; Norris:v Mrs."T Waits;. Mrs SoutlwI ".vll' Mris. Helewitt, Ms Sitn?lral -v: i;rs. Vigg, .Ml:.s Tonkhtin v MrI:s.Walkcer,; i::s. Ronild rniT:v aMi's: Witighh Mis C.Baltxte, v' Part...

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Move For Unity Chamber And Retailers [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 21 May 1940

Move For Unity Chamber And Retailers According to a letter read "at last night's meeting of'the Goul burn Chamber of Commerce, :there is every possibility that' the Retailers' Assdciation may affiliate.,and even y~ierge with' the, chamber ." T::he ;:letterw.vliihcli c ro o??fri .the; ecrietaiy of le, R'etaileier' Aisocia-, tioi, iMr A.' E. i Suchuh, stated 'that the qutiestion: of :repreientation hiad' been `disc~ssed at the aniiiual omeeting of the association .nd three delegates iieire appointed to ilcsi'ss 'the proposal .with the chailber' iepresentatives : • "If you willT convene a meeting ,of your. repiesentatives, slid tgiye' me: a fortnight's:alotice I ,ill arrange for. ourt delegaites to be: preent" a"dded Mr.i Schu'ch : "MAY NOT MERGE"~. ' Refe;iring to fhlle letteir~ Mr. . Craig, a membe. of thlle;,'Reaillers'. Alsockia ti6on'isaid that .lie dildl 9 not thinlk the retiileis vwouild meige with thechaii beri They werea pi:epair however, aE senid thliree delegates aloiig to'd...

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682nd State Lottery CITY SYNDICATES HAVE WINNING DAY Next Draw On Friday [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 21 May 1940

682nd State Lottery CITY SYNDICATES HA VE WINNING DA Y "Next Draw On .Friday SYDNEY, Tuesday: First prize in the 682nd State Lot tery, which was drawn this morning, was won by the "Four Sevens" Syndicate, W. Stuart, G.P.O., Sydney. Second prize went to the "Holiday" syndicate, H. Hill man, Alexandra Street, Hunter's Hill; third to the "Commis sion" syndicate, L. G. Banford, 45 Good Street, Granville, and fourth to the "Willit" syndicate, S. T. Marks, 137 Prince's Highway, Sutherland. Luttery no. 683 will be drawn on Friday :morning. Following were the prize-winning numbers drawn to day. First prize, £ 5000 ......... 19715. Second prize, £1000 ...... 61275 Third prize, £ 500 .......... 24764 Fourth prize, £ 300 ......... 38054 10 PRIZES AT £100. .. 3491 10797 13828 18351 27077; 32355 44719 61891 62193 80957 10 PRIZES AT £50 I 11738 16430 32881 34077'.38837': 62079 64926 65902 74585 94116` 10 PRIZES AT £40. 4102 29479 40192 53457 59239., 67382 68613 77073 88408 90558, 10 PRIZES AT £80...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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TEMPERATURE READINGS TO-DAY [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 21 May 1940

TEMPERATURE READINGS TO-DAY Maximum ...... 56 degrees Minimum ...... 32 degrees YESTERDAY Maximum ...... 61 degrees -Minimum ...... 39 degrees

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CANBERRA FIRE Nurses' Room Damaged [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 21 May 1940

CANBERRA FIRE Nuises' Room Damaged A spark from a log fire is believed to have started a blitze Swhich entirdly burnt Qut the recreation room of- the nurses' quarters at the Canberra Com munity Hospital early yesterday moining. When the brigade arrived the fire was 'blazing fiercely and 20 minutes elapsed before the flames were under control. The firemen were able to confine the fire to the recreation room, which is bounded on either side by the nurses' sleeping quarters, and.. Is only 100 yards away from the main hospital block. Chief Officer Douglas and five other firemen used pumps and over 400 feet of -hose in subduing the blaze. They were aided by an ex cellent water supply, which proved invaluable in fighting -the' flames. It was not found necessary to re move any patients from the hospital wards. Although the fire did not break through the roof, the room was en tirely gutted and a piano and lounge suite were burnt beyond recognition.

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Safety First Address Mr. Hartigan In Goulburn [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 21 May 1940

i'Safety First Address secretary, Mr. C. Willis, the Chief Conunissioner of Rail ways, M r. T. J. Hartigan, ar Srived i Goulburn this morning to address railwaymen on Safety First principles. It' is pointed out that the depart. ment annually undertakes a Safety First crusade and a month is' set apart for this purpose. May has been selected this year, and the aim of Mr. Hartigan's visit to Goulburn is to encourage employees to avoid ac crilents to themselves as well as to departmental property. Mrk. Hartigan addressed a meeting of employees at the South Goulburn Loco. Depot at noon and at 12.30 p.m. he gave a similar talk to the men at the Per. Way workshops. Mr. Harti gan will return,. to Sydney this evening.

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Cycle Riders Road Safety Campaign [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 21 May 1940

Cycle Biders> Road Safety - Campaign "Bicycle riders are a problem, but the regulations have been amended from time to time and =.-they are now fairly stringent," said Police Inspector Wenham, Sspeaking at last night's meeting of the Chamber of Commerce.. Inspector Wenham was speaking on the subject ra!ned by Mr. Windle that 'bicycle . riders-particularly young people-were a menace to road traffic. "It .is very hard to put old heads on young shoulders. They .'do not realise the danger. We do all. we can to educate them by frequent 'cautions, but bicycle riders are now becoming difficult, particularly In the metropolitan area," added Inspectoi Wenham. The speaker went on ,to say that ,Goulburn was a city of bicycle riders,' and he did not think' that any Government would order them-off the ,atreet. The police were doing all they could to instruct young childred i:n road safety. They visited schools and regularly ,talks were broadcast for the purpose of imbuing the children with a ...

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