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OBITUARY MR. B. KERSHAW [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 21 May 1940
OBITUARY MR. B. KERSHAW The death has occurred of Mr. Blenner Kershaw, a well-known resi dent of Sutton, in the Queanbeyan district. Mr. Kershaw, who had &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; been in indifferent health for some time, was cleaning his car when he suffered a seizure. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; The remains were interred in the Church of England portion of the &nbsp; Gundaroo cemetery, where the Ven. Archdeacon Robertson officiated at the graveside. There was a large attendance at the funeral.
Recipes Cornish Pasties. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 21 May 1940
Recipes Cornish Pasties Half a lb. steak; 1/2 lb. potatoes, 6 oz. clarified fat, 1 small onion, 1 lb. flour, pepper, and salt, 2 kidneys , 1 teaspoon baking powder. Cut. the steak and kidneys in small pieces, wash and peel the potatoes and cut them in small dice. Make a paste with the flour, baking powder, salt and fat, and cut into rounds. Brush one side with egg, put tablespoon &nbsp; of the mixture on each together with other halves, and crimp around the edges with the fingers. Brush all over with egg, and bake on a greased. baking sheet for from 1/2 hour to 3/4 hour. Vinegar Pudding Two and a half cups plain flour, 2 tablespoons, dripping, 4 tablespoons sugar, 1/2 lb. currants, 1/2 lb. raisins, 1/4 lb. lemon peel, 2 teaspoons carbon- ate of soda, 2 tablespoon vinegar, 2 cups boiled milk. Mix flour, sugar and dripping together. Add fruit &nbsp; less fruit can be used. Put soda in a basin add vinegar and hot milk. Mix well. Boil 2 1/2 hours in a cloth. Almond Rice ...
COUNTRY TENNIS Crookwell Teams For Week-End [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 22 May 1940
COUNTRY TENNIS Crookwell Teams For Week-End CROOKWELL: Teams represent ilng'tthe Crookwoll Tennis Club :willl takle parzt in matches on both Satuir day and Suniday iznd also the follow ing!Sunday. Selected teams are: Co?ik well v 31fnghanm's at Crook w;ell' o0n Saturdily: concmeilelng ;at 1 I5 lpi 'ii :J. 1E Clifton (catpt') '0. Stephlenison- D. V .Sadiuders, W Thor Iuiaii sdMieaes D. V Safunders,'I. Reed liss .sss K1i'eibh afnd P. Hal n mergenci:e F. uilhy anil Mi' C ~Steblienson. ".Coolell Coulbuiii, at Crook sell comnmencing at 10 a.m. onr Sun ly Li Stiephenson iI Seamiat,. 0, and . Stepb h Donsoi; . Cumiiinin, J. Willis,' 1, lster, A. E. fHlalknm, WV HEF Pirk;e W\ Tiniitoni, F. ,luzrhy inid Hl. Seaman, 'I-sses U. l'hillaim M illiis, IE. CGormna, Cole0an Mesdames C-. Stephensoi aiz?jl , ' aHi, ti r ? mergencles : V, Sunids inid Mrs- N Smith.. COrok ell, i?iakfleld, at Fiaisk fIeld .Su nda J ne; 1: G: Stephenson (capt .)*A.El .?illa~my A. S. Baxte?, R. ,Seamnin, . lllani" -W. -.E....
MARULAN GOLF McGregor Trophy To A. L. Hoare [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 22 May 1940
M ARULAN GOLF McGregor Trophy To A. L. Hoare rMARULAN: The Betterley Park Golf Club held a stroke competl tion over 18 holes on Sunday, the net scores constituting the third and final round of the J. A. Mc. Gregor trophy. C. Sihitll, \with ,a' i seco?nfe 71' Soi tiefe "tl iptltin" fi ?iol. A Q Qitrrmby' who fillod 1Oin1p10 Wivill 72, ??hils? A. LIloaH-?'p syin off ia hanliiatii' of 1 'Ic/dcouinted foi Ilhe Mc~ci eg toiphy wvit a not ecls of 1M ?opoithion .score ewor C.' Siiit (5 8?:[0?71 ;",3 A h. -nilly Sgi 94 72:A'o? H a 82 .7.; S. Tod kill. ,87 1I 73"t. D'.'cillli,."S 15 73; i. Do itohoc, OS 13 .;- kA T Hodre, 101 f23 580 O - .lalni1,196 14 82. Leadding McGregoi Ilrolhy ecores, shol9),1 hic?la?T.sv alre;, A L 1, oam I):lih A 'I') l oro i'rk (23) 115, C S1"tith (10).116 S To(lkl l (1. ) 1ooh, A Quirm ''( ?); 11 We I?2onohoc (13); 150' E' hinltl (15) 5152 C0C Firher '(14) 1kG0. On. Si?nida 'ft 1100er 11hd6xt a choice Soli,1onboiiliotllodowitill lih played,
NARRAWA EASILY [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 22 May 1940
NARRAWA EASILY OROOK\VELL : rva score da very'e osy aeln Ma"oose s ito e oily holey :niatclih plyyed at Eas: asionatndal ttternooons the fliai~ scose leinig 1 ,goals to I I his score couhld piobably ,liave beess increased ifthe Narsriw's players had not ewiseds off durings thei . second ,half. .From. the outseit thelMasoons wveres 'o mluitch foi the visitors s, vioqulcick ly ciemneds thelis sccoist :iisid at lift' Inies they were sleadingiy.7 ty 17 Misroons'only.. goal0,caner??h f rotuCf LIn lisdivldualdash by A Ada'sns. s tise -second halL Narras?s.ediftinoiel s to ,core? " t regulars intersvills, Alf Sliolghlt? nsochifg- 7godlsi or the iaitcli, despilte the fLsct thait lihy ed at full-back fLos psi t of the sec?oni Issif ~ ntci N'sa'sw si as'owardss Score, s losf srrassa hehrs 2 A Spehght J I7 J Arsit 2Ib Slsihesshe 2, Seisses 1 G.- Asnshrssoss 2 is \llhss 1 i11, IWihossi 1
CANBERRA TEAM HERE SUNDAY To Meet Goulburn Reps. In Challenge Match RUGBY LEAGUE MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 22 May 1940
CANBERRA TEAM IHERE SUNDAY To Meet Goulburn Reps. In Challenge Match RUGBY LEAGUE MEETING "? Onlera, iti was announcedi at. the .Gtill burn Iugby Foot iall League meeting last night, will n?eet the Goulburn RIeps. in a ch? ?enge niatch nat League o'av.-O, Stiflttunday. ' , -' 'Th~ero-ill .be nou cup. play.untll probi ablAJune 23 bwing to the Coun try Weekell e iiatlion matches, a ?d lin th e Intervenling five, or si'. weeks the Coullburateamh irill lie eh orgaii isell Ngbotl-ations r?re n?n town be iii pro rese whieby the GCR L 00 -ol0lowig -tv-is the ira a? tran ged for the com ing wteek-end: Satuirday: East .Primary v North Piln.iidary , efer ee ' ,M r. AYres, Boutrke Strdet v North Convent, ieforee, Mi. Isoi, High School (8st '71b)'v -NJotlr Goblilli (8st lib), ieferi e, tir Boyd Sistiay Cirph-inage vCoinitined Tea-ni referee, Mr. Shamafn Raill waiy B, 'North (" t-il ( linockoiut); iefcree rit. Knight C-it?ieri, v Counibtirn It wa twitotiniced thi't ttie Country Week elini itio l...
ARCTIC ANTICS BALL [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 22 May 1940
ARC. IC ANTiC 3 BALL Arrangements 1a.l0 eli in han1 lor the i reseiitiatiol aot thei Abpox Cluhb'w A'eti~ Aict?s i?al . hickh iinh he held ii: the:,1o0i dvway 1Iallisoni \\ ede?Jd, Jtlie 5 .Working iiunder the dixoeeflon . soci?i dihector, Etal Johnson, thcl Aixe'lians ai'e spaxink no effciot lint~heirendeai Gu?t t.ope sentto -tLhe l.",eing? iihbillxj at toini , butix And uistri a bc t la' ,itiit .i bel somethinig silpitxcnliar ,Zid..Sinpaiiiiie iii cxli txitiinxent . : ' '- .
BRIAN AHERNE A "STAR" [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 22 May 1940
1BRIAN AHERNE A "STAR" It soelems hard to believe that Brian Aherine once lamented the fact that he could never get his. Dlrofessional pl'is? e0thfdly, ditsentangled from thole of TfRonhld Colman. This, deo spite tie fact that Briain is several tiichis tallel .tliaii Itonald and Ronald is seiveraif shvides darker thsjr Brian. Noiv tliit he is 'Brian the first," citpilig such successes as "Captain Fur,"' "Juire" iind "Vigil in the Night with a?ipueiforiiiaieic in Ed w'rdi Sifiall's "'fy So ii, M? Son," whichi lin isalr-ead?. 'ivtliiniathe covet oil l iiraise of the: Ne" YoiIk critico, • leil. is, in hlsiovi ilght, a .finst strl?ig ' ,star -,-!" .'. ./ -' -:: iii MOI EST L lIllA;N :lriumiis still nhodost eiinoughi lionr eovro to acknowloldge tliit a producer wvithi?cavely iiiilioi'tanitlt stori iotll nitiualiuly, if tt. thilt wer e sultiible taluea looki a't Ronaild Colmni?is box office iitaing, before -dicaching Bri'tn Ahernie, .linut iwhat, Puzzled 13Brliai in, the old duyiw?S as th...
[SEEN BEHIND THE SCREENS] Master Gunman Of Hollywood A Pen Portrait Of Edward G. Robinson [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 22 May 1940
SSEEN BEHIND THE SCREENS I Master Gunman ...Of .Holly wood A Pen Portrait Of Edward G. Robinson The master gunman of Hollywood is a peace-loving .man, and at last he has been given the chance to appear that way on:the screen. "The Story of Dr. Ehrlichs Magic . Bullet'i. iwhich.he appears, in the title role of Ehrlich, , .marks tle turninfg point in Robiii~on's"career. lI&1 the con census of opinionamongtxose wrho' have see the picture that the role maikes-him ian outstandinig con'ifider foi the 1940 Acadlemy Awikad. SRobinson"s ?cdreer h'as demoni strateir a wide range of vers'tility. He pi'yed ifour differeirt roles in his .very first -Brosdiay aipear aice. The p1ay3 wisn U'nsder Fire,'' and" ide pri' irayed. is ]rench sPy, at, Germani tol die, i Belgian farmetr nd, a Cockney soldier thus" challking Ui some sari 6fi record in the way of iestl iE ia, visiety. p veis first dr'sinatie appearince was miade in. aiL aimateur production., stagei- andi setedby ?sids fronm New York'...
Broadcasting Programmes FOR TO-NIGHT 2FC [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 22 May 1940
Broadicasting' Programmes , 3FOR TO NIGHT " .150 Dileir Mus"i. 7.0: News. 7.15: P0t"ingle"of ,n"leen he o?o \'9ve e OPI g'iniiii 7 .0: Th?|e Ricec-Trio." 6.0: "A. '.3. Si~ght O~ere '? (o11i|i;0,cy. 0.;00: A? iiiieltib~y of'the'"- limo .C920:" Se;fte" lD i (Ii iii istt) ' 930: Noesv..-lO.1(1: ,Cunlierra ('oni ,i nnletr -'10.'~ ",, lient Da\vidson'. ;ld Ii.50: Niws. 1'20 .Close. I 60 1. 10 C.. Nne-c0i ulnoimry.1.5 'portilig Session. 7.0: Dinner " hlesi. .1; 0 tue oAl'~i-OrDItenr Show. 7..? Pp hy i'enee S 0" C1elehri'y, Ileeordln. ..i Orehestii .Ceni'eit ?', 90: Parody " . lie :, N: il : i yo ll itiry I ianI.. 10.15: i Ieide .r.oan C in i u10 Close TO NIGHT . .5ii1 lu." 'O"P emle. Cliii, 'icesonie goee . duleted Jiy, .¢tn , e aii ~ ", .;0:. 111 C. Neins 0. 10 hineri 7i-Isle.0 L, -oe. Aihlech," i " '.' -i' ": W?. \hetl'"' -70: Rile'" S o ..hei * et-i Inew nt.ii' s.I: "ley ' 7. iitft, 7iii:ii' a'?vt? Ihel ilei ee t S "i b n ntt 'nii . lCe~Sioeiyi.0 ii7o N i-ine i:e"si ei E eoeo y, ' , , ...
"WIZARD OF OZ" Masterpiece For The Empire [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 22 May 1940
"WIZARD OF OZ" Masterpiece For ;jJ'4e'Empire For .0-years all chihh1lron, fiomii eight''to 80, lia;v' lo.edl onL of the' grtest; of ll faiyu tales, "The Wizard of O," - SPeople en the hiookfoe mc aiic o6v, rfor its qtiall'it humour, its subtle . hiloshtlil 'jit?,i whinisic l spirit of haltiness init regitr liumani qtali tii.; M'liy ?", hooks h'nve followed 1." i'ank "lBnuii's original story oi fi orthy in the." mysticL lidi of tie ,tiiichkiiis anil theEtmerald City 'o NOv.' '',he Wizard of Oz" comes to the sereen in a ilazzlitig illoderir musical comedy, It is filmeil in bri Iialitti teihnicolour. Its quainl cha.r n tedr live theii iroles acompanidd iy lilting, catichy situsic There are. gorgeolis costumes, m50ssive spectacu lar.sottiiigs tithit literally tiaiisporLi the wateher to the niagin worlld of the - ie stoiry Is toltd e-'icnly as in tihe ;ook hbut with the most lavish prm .iict(tlo Dprohbnlyoevel given a musicial rimi?" ine :hi conmes to the Empire oil Satiiida , for one iv...
Russian Policy Wants Neither Side To Win [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 22 May 1940
Russian Policy Wants -Neither Side To Win IONN l TuO , .. ,siay: E've',,t'. .ay .|prove that Iult'.,in s ex " ,rtyld, a "vital rinlfluenlce ,inl 'he}. : allkans even to the point ol causing. Italy t " h]esitate to oin in is ithi (;er ny ii againsitthei , Allie'. '1hc Tuois' thiink that Rusiean ,wiild lipose Itlimi Laggres'iii( "ih tlie ]aldikmis or the cisstein .relditei m neaiin e iin id, l inigii ... woiilt loin atgaInst (,ermoany. Iic t?o ns t' et hatithe Gi' man offensiv;e has alarmed Russia, since Abe libas nio wish to ble a? the mercy of an all1)0werful Gern may later. Russia, it is believed, '.'ants neither t German nor an Allied victory, afnd, ,hereas she stpppoited Gerimaiy early in the ivar, she it nonw showing'' 1igns ofl reasdiness to understand the Alled cas. . Not only B3itain "and Fiance, btit Taurkey also is watching the move nents of Italy and Riussiat with lynx-i syed ,caution. If It1tly intends to move.e Turkey 3xpects her to dos so no'.. If Russia nteiid, to take...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 22 May 1940
jack Hlaley, The Tin Man,' with "The Scarecrow" and "The Cowardly Lion" are Dorothy's friends, and they: "hl set out for The Emerald * City where. the Wizard live.s "The. Tin: Man" is in searchi' of,,a, lheart in Metro-Gold-i. w.yn-Mayer s glorious c?ch nicol6iur pro?-dr'tion, 'The Wizard of Oz:"
Captain's Flat Railway Traffic Not Yet Permitted [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 22 May 1940
Captain's Flat Railway Traffic Not Yet Permitted Is the Minister for Transport •aware lthat consideiable discoil te"it odlsts in jh&.OCaptaiiis Tiat -' idlistrict owing to- the poltey&lt;o . the Greovelintent" itni- of le Coniflnsisloner foi IRtlwayi II liot peni ntting tlhe carri'ageSf passengers, egods and lvestQel over that sectioin of the slli, . botweeii Bllungendoie iind .Ca t tiii's , lat. sisked Mr.J. M. Ti3 nll, 3M.L.A., I ihe Logislative ?As Is the Minister fuiither wa e,?Mi Tiiiiy went oir, tliat m?einyt, months ago a new rallwaity sitG~loi'atid ia: sittlonf mnastor's ieslihncewei e lb'lit end have not yet beeni occuliledl? Is tlhe 11ihisiter, repareil to consult itlli the Minister foi Raiway sys ithi aleWy to nahis thts rUllwit-y a ?ybhie pier iiositieoin hb peiiriiitti g, goo )s sengers and livestock to et? crrilde overa the seettoi-i , ,l?Ih iive re feiied? ' Lt.-Coloiiol .lrursiie repilier Ti'ti matter hias tirllt yhbieei :ref ered to tie Coliiifissloi...
TABLE TOP (Copyright.) NEWSPAPER FEATURES LTD. PUBLISHED BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT FERNANDEZ AND THE MINE. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 22 May 1940
T3ABLE TOP By Eden Phillpotts (Copyright.) NEWSPAPER " PUBLISHED BY FEATURES LTD.. ' SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT FERNANDEZ (AND, THE MINE.; On the followie g day Ay'lier learn 0d that Signer Feinander was not gohig to D'prch'ssehis property. "He camex however, wi h an offer. Jacob emnerged ioflol 'a s imazrin motor car .at the, anppoisted timen, presently diank the dlry sherry a'vsit ing, hini, lighted a cigar; ai laid his proposition beoisd ethe young mai "Keep the imiiine',Toin " began "It wll give yqu ?'an 'intelIigeiit 'c cupation iani ,assumsiing thgt your i'ane flikes Perul, ou caii bring ihei" back :when yot i ave inmarid rihei. Llieas'si an exieedlhigly' heialtthy city, as yon kinow and suhe Wtviiibe free of my aviaries- a ilvilege -the young wona'sn has lrainss to appieciate. "New' touchig M'ount At'sn, Iv 'iill not ttake it eoff- Yous haids but I may.tell you the ieports are e'ceeol iigly favourable and the possibilities generous. Withi isy "iiencicha't for ,ilver I will theiefore...
HOSPITAL LIFT Council Offer Increased [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 22 May 1940
HOSPITAL LIFT Council Offer Increased -"I IreSponSC to represcfltfntitif by J) the .Gouburn .. Distiiict" Hos p,1iil ,Bord,. t1 City Council~ h4is thlrCIeasedfis contribution t"theo " -tt of1 changing, over the lioS pl al's electric. lift f''om' dir ec to alternattng, currenit l -. £2 , !n, aieter iead itrMalday nights mie eti?got the boltrd "the.Tolwin Clerk1 ,Mi l. J, MLean sta.tedt thfiB cotincil had reconsidered 'themainitter In April mndl usat iesuit, hid decidedl to 04'c a i ts of?fer frron £100tO. Lta .ttlng that (iia' ttiet fa the latter amountihait d ilred, feeniforwailed the secretiry ofthe hospital?Mr F. Jeniiiin n gs sail that h hliad; thhinkedl council) for thel good service it, liad givei"ito thei:hospltal p,;artiftclhrlyedh regar , to the piomalontiof in depenil: tnt wrrir:" The hospiltal now hiathit lIndependent plailt tReplfig to -a quie by MirW. J, Leis asit o why councllhadi not beei? piessed?4or the fi i1cstsso0Ugli t';Mi Jennhihigs ? illttht-as. te plieople canc...