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BIG ROBBERIES [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 22 May 1940
:?i;??? i BIG .?ROBBERIES ;:;, .?!'~ s EDNEY, rTuesday: Duriig lth past foew iwqeksa -metoer cr andi ttick tyres valued-at £n2000 ha~fe heel, stolen from j ;arIous worlp in the, c!? y and suhubibs Icldlng £'1000 worth since SaturutI a 'Ihe lergeirst tlheft is f?roni tld Goineral Rubbber Co.Ltd nat CitPei' downi' :wherdm e2 truck tr?isvalu hed at .£.000 weme ? ikeni : while tyres valloil at 0 £ 300 were re6imove?d frioin pmemnhis' lii Pim ranhtatti. A emf tor tm tuck 11ais later fou int Centfenn~alaPamk It Det tictlv.'s re ?ondea~,oulng to trace th thle : '
Nurses' Exam. Goulburn Again Chosen [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 22 May 1940
Nure' Exam. Goulburn Again Chosen: For the r th id tine in- iecent ye,'rs thi6. Goulbuin ?Dist'ict Hospitasl h Et1bedoi oelkectdd l3 tlfo Nurses' flegltriatlon Board of" N W.V as the ill?tlct cen tre f6oi uniflivittfolpon u?rposes. An 'ipplilcaic? bi y the oarrd for l)eri?,ission to' coiduct- the practtcal Vla ti6noftheT egliorti iob O\Olfamia tion . at thehospital to- lay was unan. lmloi"cly granted at Monday fItgh'.s 'nleetfirg!/.?ofo the H-ospital fBoa£rd and mnemlbers voicel'lapprecia Lion of the f ait that Gotlburn had aignain-been .selected..,' Tih 1b"ooilt t i o ' 'r . M . F J.n n gs, .i'diath tli thlio ipitil would bc .,p~i).esoeeted. ',a?'i.t the ex-unifnation by3 oaotildtcadide o hlil also be prelint fii oich olithei cen aitsi0 0Canberra 'sa Youngf
STORE STOCK Yesterday's Special Sale MARKET EASIER [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 22 May 1940
STORE STOCK Yesterday's Special Sale -MARKET EASIER Values for stole sheep and. -cattle showed a downwlird tRiend in niany instances iat tile Gotll lminii M~unicilal' Saleyard's .yester; Sday whe n the (olillitirn ft rni "of W.TV'H, ,?Wheatley hehl :a specliil sale,',it wlitch 10,50(0 sheep anod approxin' htely 400 head eof cattle wefe .peimed., : .I' ?: !, The submissioi. in the cheep see tion .included a. fairly 1l-ge -propier tion of good quality yanneg Amerlofot cod a limited number- of crossbied weaners, butt quite a cohimber.of itbie penos were filled iwith aiged ewes- asd wethers very much out of conditiodn, and for these deserliltions eliee was only restrictedl comopetittlti o0 a lower range of vaslues The most attractive lot of wethers on offer coniprised abouot800 west ern tbred 4 anid 6 6 toths, whidh' however,t did tnot readh the owner's reserve and wete "lpassed itt for priv ate treaty after the tinqitiy :..had produced bids hi excess of the pootid mark, .' :":':'"" : R...
CROOKWELL Stock Rates Firm [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 22 May 1940
CROOK WELL Stock Rates Fir m' CltOOkiW1E I 'iihe. markit. fro bothy sheep atid cattle was:. -ve, lfim nt late0 ates at hie yspecal stock sale conducted , W. H. 1VlWhatle. at tlhe loc~l sale-rards on F idoy a There ws practcay 1' fetal leal once '?t 'auction th denad for better lines being very kleei, A 'If' of ;prime cirosbser0 d wethers lttracto0l attfentilon indl toppe? lthe, oarket at 23/32 while severail.yards of bullockb frrom the Hailley dlistlict sold Well the top picl esecurted ibeing- £16/5/ 4 o e93; 3 nm w 9/3; oxb mes 11/; 29 xbdl w, 23/ 3 2 i? 17/9 54 ito o 14/;' 100 do. 1 58 mn w, 16/11 8e dole 17/2 134 00-0e, 14/6,- 131-d o, 16/9; 316 itov 13/9,.. 50 iii n i '13/9.; f0 0 nt 9f/9': 6?'--, 0' /.o'--1S S; 37-...ti w;.j33: nio e, 7/10 57 do,7/10 43'l;n ,/5; 82 do.7/6 104 do., 6/1 3 do.o 8/; 21 xbd1e,.10/6. (1 TTLE Tvor hilts, £1// olLi do. £16/9/ 3d''£4nI 1 dol, £8; 2 £11' 1'sti'£1 /'-. , cowr £30; 1V'do,- £9'1 blI 2 cowrs, £12/b/; 2hifrs £7; lo £4; 1 cor £/5/;o -1 lift ,-...
THE POST The Garbage Tip. (TO THE EDITOR.) [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 22 May 1940
THE POST The Garbage Tip. (TO THE EDITOR.) Sir:: II w isli t6 'iale ,lnowni tluht we ratdpayers and citijiens living in the. immediate ?ilcinity of Golhlbuin's garbag Atil, ?,hieh this Ieena, and still is, causirliso motuli sieness and is comfort, Lare "o?lolering why the Mayor aind aldermen of the city paid a ,flying visit to tihe infested area last Tuesday aft9rnoon. During the last fourteenm monthse-ever since the tili has been:burning=--coniplainis havelicen 'ploned or sent In tO lthe council, notifying those in charge oh thd distress soni danmagp to health and proipei ty belinng cused by fumes arising flomt the sniouldering nisiss detd sanimals and filtlt from the tIp. I uilge that the ealderiien pay 5in unexpected visit there. The sir Is so poliluted, Watli the fames aid stench aIrlsing fiom ithe m1is at times that durilnmithe beautiful bright dayvs Which we were hiviing at tse time, we lhad to shut out the sub5 shifie y' leepleIg our windows closesl and 'liiiidls d?(lrawi, bh...
AT FLEMINGTON [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 22 May 1940
PI" ;t t ? lgen qulitd t I' l"191O.ilgtoni 01t she?d?' l?(nlilmbs poll ,fl(o.,Wf5,o t ea, to. thofto tilhe -fre ,vtotis:! ffe loggo eo.?asq.8 lan ict'vO (t~lal~l ad 'teinrlct ruled florme tolldearr 'Wther to 28/4, ewis to. 2410 hog otst 27/8, lambs) to 29/4 I~o C ttl' ialues ruleut (Ill Ih?1 g l ocB lliS6?"in~ad do .0 £ 17/8/. cows - 8 / 2:,S:?i&lt;eailers. £1 1/(1/. There 'will nhot b -an sales of fat stockhat I"'lemnlngtont niet J'Ihorsiday, bet iior that the co-t l r?i lke has termt1iatl1 satlellll bel 111iel(I'as usauil next 11eek. on Monday and Thursd.ay. I'rnted and Published by Danlel pros. and (romipany Ply., Limited. at NO 199 Auburn Street. tGoutburil.
Film Shorts [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 22 May 1940
Film Shorts Cary Gi'rant, i fter ttalking faster thiaJi a machiine-glIn. iii "H-Is Girl Fri day," with Ros,alind Russell, claims that Director Hew~ird Hawks gave hflm a speed complex, so Cary. is re htaxineg before stfi'ting" iis next 'Col unl'ii. pieti c whichli 5' .\ini erstatnd is to be a super productiosi, called "'ri?e Tree of ilyerl ? Diliector to be the famous l'ranlk Lloyd. \Villihm nIIohlei, who w'as intro duced in at sensational nianner in the filnm "Golden -Boy " showed such piroiniso that Coluimbla St?iilios has placed hinim under another contract a'id lhe is to play th9 lead oppdosite Jean Arthur in the Wesley RIuggles giaut lii oductioni "Arizon.c Juine WVitheis has finally decided what she wants to be wheni she grow?s ili, She hlans oii being a "comical turilst"a clown 'mu 'i actress. At vario'us times Jaie -has had ambi tioni'" to bea t( leliehoiie opeiaator; hairdresser, fireman, cameraman, iuppeteer courit repor ter, sailor 'iind cn animilnal tiner.i Jane Is in the...
WILL HE TELL THE TRUTH? [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 22 May 1940
WILL HE TELL THE TRUTH? William Essex (Brian Aherne) examines a canvas just painted by Livia (Madeleine Carroll), his fiancee. Oliver Essex (Louis Hayward), who interrupted Livia's work by forcing his attentions upon her, looks on sardonically and Livia is fearful that he will reveal the truth to William, his father. A scene from Edward Small's "My Son, My Son'
A Lucky Actor [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 22 May 1940
A Lucky Actor Youing Willam Iloden is ui-ely.the most foi tun- ate youn.g? an-t 'In thie film colonly to-day acnd? i at thmomnio'iitt idlie bIusiest. • .:A; ,fe'w ?ino nth s ,. 'ogb l o w:'c:s' u n know n. Thiein ColmI u ih . ecIto Roieuhe Mitmolianl sntchirl ng foi6 'youtliof ?arled tleints ,to ,lay the coveted "Golden ioy, scieen iole in the CllffordH Odet' ita r e isueess selected fol ? linong filin din's od.g ibl young ii~ Ioce,-and atr cainr Cooec, Joel MeCraia, Jaiimes Stewiart ani'l anyi ; othersDIciredtoi Wesle~ -Rucgglsc haks cicosein him 'to plity one of thh foidst lcmino tt'tinct lfecidliiibroles ofthie yecr-Segegant P terei Muncie, oipoiitea ,Jreath Ath i the most cicm Iotlcis Columiiblit fINject for 1,140 Aclaeic.. 'Hocleic started his new job oi Aill 8 : c yeai to the day- slicce hIc frc.e -ca mccera for theii flinttlice icc Goeildei Hoy.' eo 'oldei B]oy,""e had to leil, h -to, th0ox like?c1? r-. fcss-li cal cil?hlcla.y the violini Now he -icust learn 'to' i ide is jci...
HOYTS RITZ "Grapes Of Wrath" Coming [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 22 May 1940
i:? :HO YTS RITZ :( Grapes Of Wrath" 17Comning H 'IIenry Fonda lkes to take itooi fhe hli n, ,at least. on the scleen. FAR this. reasoii he vwas m0ore thin i?t?l. onu to play the part of Torn Jodd' undei John Ford s directloni, , Darryl F Zanuck's production o| !The Grapes ofWrat-th. John Stein beck's stirring best-sellci which 20tth Centuiy-Fox wvill offer at Hoyts Rltz Theatrie for one week, coinnmriocigt next Frillay .i "I know 'how' Tom' JToadu feltfwhen he "Was shoved aroth'dl:a id haid to take it on the chin constalitly " Fonda said. "I've been in Toins ,aid's slioei myself. "IL w?s 'like ol.il ines' h ,liox: plhfnied; '.Vhein'v'is' oing to thO Uniiieisity of ihliniiesota 2F'iad to take whatever od'd jobis I co?ild fifnd. le liee me, alonig with' hfl ,little i'oion'e. I got I2l'ad to takd'lleit.6/f of busd.'. In additfloi those' 'y?,rs of toil taught ]'onida how iiieii likle Toni loaid go abiout tlidIP Work A.ongii ethop e?i?i?ifeaitUirid pro nmsiliitly in "Th'hGiipes o01oil'r...
Romance Of Joanne Of Ark Romance Of The Films [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 22 May 1940
Romance Of Joanne Of Ark Romance Of The ' Films lIetty 0oanne Benedict, I 5, is one of the qtiietest little country girls ever born and bro6Ught up in theutinquie6 State of California She has a pretty, sensitive fa@, cheeks li k aplples red hair and a turnedcups nose. Sh" also has a kInak t fkn-ocking oiutjingles: ( "All our family," she'ex plains has been able to inake rhymes for geineations"') and;aiwill of her ownr " : ' . Y..ear anid -t hil-f ago, durinig sum mer vacationshe trlipped into the offlee of; the Sanu Jose?iercur.y Its editor -was-soon amazed to find him self sendihign cool Joanse Benedict (she drops.the Betty 'siofessionally) out to interview celebrities from the teen-age..aigle. Presently ,a59an Jose iadio stijtlon was -surp-riseditto find -itself- gitving little M5i5s Bonedict childreii's piiits ilt radio plays. .: . i. . :.! ?' lIlGER .THI INGSq" .," . But 'all tluis was 'child s play. Joanne had mucli higger things in the back of hei li ed an'di (ia' tly writ ten...
Flood Of Recruits [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 22 May 1940
Flood 'Of Recruits SYDNEY, Wednesday: Fron0 an earl0iy 1h20 tls morning hluodreds of (ecruios. assembleCd at the de(tot in. MCI tin Pla1ce to-day a(Id It ie believed that, to-day's enlistments 0?vill exceed sa istttioialty those of\ yesterda. " In oi'iler. to meet the floo10 o0 r C ihits, thi reCruiting and neditiCl ?triff id'lni to be fau~gmented. -:? :'.i linx Connection .with, the State wicte Clmintligni fot me1l for tlhe A I,Flli'r clItitintg ageicleS Will o bestablished illn eley imnolk tlnt town. Thtey viii b'?' :uppoi~ted -b y 1?.:e t(Uzil ! iso?ldiersi,• civic i::ittl ttri 0es, 21an11 Otilh e l s? i illn 01rd01to Sttllsttilul't rctruithitg
German Claims Exaggerated Statements [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 22 May 1940
German Claims Exaggerated Statements LONDON,1 Tuesday: Gier-: maii f"?fces have reached thei Englislh Ch?dnnel near the mouth of .,the Somme, Berlint rfidio '. decla~red tec-day The German claim has not lbeeni confirmed by any Allied source. The Germian High Command says that the Allied 'loens in North lBel gium hate been cott offt fom the mmin Frentch Arm.n The following sstatement by the' H-igh Command was read by ithe ns ioicera at a simeeil bioadcast ses sioto : "Ouri force have reached the French Chainnil ecoast. Arutian Amiens, and Abbeville (nhear the mnilth of the Somnme) have been capture? a HEAVY FIGHTING "Aliedi forces in Betgiain to Gin northli ffid north-east usave been eat off. "In Belgtim,- Germani forces attack ad GOhanet i-ad heavy fighting o0curred near the Schehlt River. "Tuhe French 9th Aimy, which -ad pteviausly been, operatiag betweena Namitn tard Sedan- and Which tried to hold .Up the advance to the Channel, has been wiped aut. "General Giraud, whoa prev iousl...
Still More Surprises [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 22 May 1940
Still More . Suprise s tUONDON, Tuesday: - The Times corre~sponident in Rome n.1.sys that authoritative Italiali sources describe hoow the Germans captured the bridge over the Juliana Caial by: mea?nd of. giiders whchh are reported to be cap2 abli: of :crrying' six to eight fully arteZi.soldifrs. " The gliders' success ias due :to theirability to lant on 1i small field noiselesslyff&lt;
REFUGEE PROBLEM Recommendations By Mr. R. G. Watt [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 22 May 1940
REFUGEEi - PROpLEM Recommerndations B Mr. R. G. Wat? Ltni:?Pof, th'e~' Councicll of the ;Au'sti slumin o eor . Ntiotfns Union s Mr.: Itiy niond ."Whit tGo dhiy .re oi?nmflilb'd tile1lassificatioinof all refuges? iblil Kintisit?e?iidingy to the Biftisl litfh tice of grnding. Hi-le Iilidelldthat inl Britain ,z efgoes 0ere1 chissified inito thr'ee 'gadelds those who ?ire linoweIatohaveo ,enemiy yninpathieo those' iwho haldi no eneniy sy?npathies? and those M Who were e1-1 said that ofr0 SO,000 aliens 01111 1000?in the first grade; hall bIeen hoi r ilre: mcll~liledploledl th'e Stltanleeit ifi the P l?(eiel, ,Mr.- Mali 'tiat 111l Gerl nlss hSlIulil" bee i teri,- . Such indliscrilitillateo .actioln 0w0ildl1oi" mo.NI.ihihdhil Tor lo he :klln
Peril Of The Hour Is Admitted But Outcome Is Awaited With Confidence [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 22 May 1940
Peril Of The Hour Is Admitted But Outcome Is Awnited With Codtidence LONDON, Tuesday: Authoritative Allied quarters to-night admit the peril of the hour, but strongly temper the Berlin claims that the German forces are marching to the Channel from Abbeville and making a vast encircling movement trapping a combined English, French and Belgian Army. British forces are now strongly engaging the Germans' north-west flank, and the French Army, with General Weygand in direct command of the battlefield, occupies selected nositions. The Ger'nane' a'dvannce towards Calais 'and Bouiogne re-gathered , ,winoinentubn dnringgthe day, aiid to-night their salienit~. lies .like . a broad bayonet pireseed at, the helirt of England, and France. -. The French .nilitai'y slokesnian late tornight said: 'The outcome can be awaited with confidence . despitk the exceptional gravity of the situa tion.".' / J1. ndded that the battie between the British and :German forcese had been joined, andu ariothiri was s...
BACKS TO THE WALL Momentum Of German Drive [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 22 May 1940
BACKS TO THE WALL Momentum Of German Drive LONDON, Tuesday: "The British Expeditionary Force has now got its back to the wall in the great battle for the Channel ports," declared the special British United Press corres pondent, who arrived in Lon don last night. lie said that as the Germans comilethd tile encircling tactics4 in ci drive to they coast the .British Arimcy- had noat otltr ive ii : hot to face.the th ic e y ii an , at " : tempt t;o .hold coinoiounicatioi?s tic ttie h tout "~he "Gerictois it 1 " toivancediO' niles overnight. At tawt( "they were rutblilng through -vllit es which were never -believed to.,be in:?intminett danger. Villtigersrose tfrottt theirtbeds as tonished :00osee Germat t -soldiers ad vandittg''alon'g cobbled streets. "I left theC tChannel iports to-dayI whentthe German acdrtvte was reach ing a terrific momentitl.tand tmechi 'anised divisionst were approaciling th'ei tccciliht ports;" the correspont tt enatded.. 'iThe Allied torces weercish-ti uig to opt...