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LATE WAR NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 22 May 1940
LATE WAR NEWS Ti e fExchange Telegraph Agency says that the Germans continue their thrust south ot the British Army and lave gailied further objectives. The Germansclaihn to have captired Abbeville but unless ;they conosoli date their positionl they -will be in 't very dangerous ,situiationt. " Th.- T'~"Iisii? h .:'iitiary.: h had.:-: l-r tartrsi li it oiit hat tiase? ?da varices have biceden ade Ilit igi ivnitotiisedi sectionfsniv . A Rome message states thatt the Pope has suspenided all piublic acuf-d .' -?,. i00toO.toii- Itelian vessel, " iillb wi lmam .iol?d l li f Gcthi-na p"lanes in Amsterdami lis rali-c .ii ? mport '. lt, wasQ ie of fiou Iti.iliai vessels1 liiclinie inc d itn Amiisterdani afiter a.il the r' iiianinin'ng' shiiiliig haid fled hie o flii the approach oi t10f tie" T he Roome i'a ido is a'ssistil the work of :the German 1idio anld repe'its the h ermaii stiiterimetit about the BOitili 'Arimy being traPliped'Tblf is a gross ifismrepresentation??ofo tlie 1tid Dona Cp...
Bombers Active Attacks On German Troops [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 22 May 1940
Bombers Active Attacks On German Troops LONDON, Tuesday: .Blen helms yesterday successfully a. tacked ai moured vehicles in the Arras and Cambral area," says the Air Miistryy comntminique. "Heatvy bomnbing attacks wvere made..in the afternoon in tie Airas and? Baliauine !areas. All our- plafes retuirned. A laige force of biombets att night attacked troop concenitra t~ons at CambritI Le Cateai, St. Quentin a-nd areas iti the ofrest of Nuvion, north front the Alsne: "A .successful attack wias made on enemy troops aiid several large flres werea started in this ates. '"Five of ourtplaenes did not return from these operations . 'Oilr bombers and figlitetis were conthiuously engaged int operhtlas ouer the confused fighting fronts in Belgluin ind Northern France."
NATIONAL DEFENCE Certificates To Be Presented [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 22 May 1940
NATIONAL DEFENCE GCertificates To Be Presented .Wniden candidates who 'were saic cesslifl ait? the t recent ex?iminations held in frst aild, adr raid precautions; idh i'otp, drivi ng. will be presented withil thieli cetificates by, Coloinel Loitenzo at:. gatheing, to be hel1d a the :"i?lvx Hall on Tuesdil eveninlg niextataf Soclockt ioalilban a s cb ' i v?e W?deli the" yi Aid T P. Mayeiniol, saiid to da..that as this "nolild be a most imi 0si cerenilbz lie natis tioea ,iipts thegenerail Ilb hioisld whei illehl inteliest a nd:cooperaiti?o by aittenlding .fi 1fin ,a 'nabelsertli~i. eatclaraging the woen lihadn t e lg, nationail n ol. ibhit they hdande taikentg.
WORD-MAKING COMPETITION [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 22 May 1940
WORD MAKING :% ,. ,.,i .?iii?COMPE?TITION? Eselbere in tis fissue we pfbish tlie, rsils o~f Knowthill inin d Sofn's Holelr oof Iio"Mothei's Day Y. Tord- diaking, Compotition tlhe ine ihie" log M~iss Neine3~ ~ of- JW Street OChilbi' oln 'cd'inpllod?11-i7 Mhis s-?l? spledid efforlt I ed Miies vi'.inn isi to be c onintigrietell Aiipe enity Itt'iis no "flukeCs this youngI id) i oni the h izilhi" counifeti L1j151 held 1?.lnowiunal isid Son let
From Everywhere Training Planes. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 22 May 1940
From Everywhere Training' Planes.. Aircraft Developiaent Pty.,' Ltd, Australian representatlves at; Phillips and Powis, Ltd., yesterday,.is formed the Primnd.e Minister,. ,Mir..; l'l ilesi that arrangemnlehts couild be made to delivei froiran Bitam 50 training macnoplacnes c cnuactb'ta :theR it A1; iJSldediii~g Li'p AVaecEff~toc: t.) , T??he eP r?I1eih M ntster ;M:.M ri l s, ,illl ancaunceien HotheHouse ofle preqecctitives't-cay aeries et de cisians desgndcto ccelerate Aiss titrai's ;wa?L??lfaertricLater, ic tice week;, theicinierfa Surpply, Fce?lerllickStewvart 1,ili maile a state cicecit dealin g '"ccticilari with the icragress in 'alrc?,fUnmancufacture in Enmpcrc Aim Schlieii TAwlitiaci (dxperts. are concviccceci thatcctlite cEmcpcicea AW'i? i?rcllig Sicems neecis drastic irevisiaoi to itcble the eveillable niani-paoer ta be c?iscd iloree ciaoniptly.At least 1G5,.00.0ceii hcavs vaolui teerd d for serylee icc vcwrious caipaccilties uilidec-thel sicece, yet aionly 15 150 luaive .sc...
CARCASES STOLEN Slaughterhouse Raided [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 22 May 1940
CARCASES STOLEN Slaughterhouse Raided Thieves, bIst night' raided a -]ltllgh['IIteih " at u(?Ut(|andary, tin - tihe outsk¢irts off tie mutnicipal-," ity, -and ,stole a qu~antit~y of, beef -n mu.1I ~ltt.on, :which- so, fau' hlas. inotti cn iecoverted . It to thoughit thait i eltiot rvebtcet was usit by thie thievs! to reemove thoh" booty ,whlch conslsted of three qtufrteis of a bullock, the cireases or two shbee hinid-aL ruantlty of other mieat 'About G601b or the meatt was corned. The lhet occutrred it the slaughter h'ouseof oMr. Not iatei Chesteerton, of 5j Bralidwod-Roeid who conducts a butcher's chitting cairt buineos. The neat '?is stoleni between 8 o'clock last night and 5 o'clock this morn lng, and. the .nltter is being investi gated by thie Goulburn police.
More Than 1000 Men Enlisted Yesterday Scenes Of Enthusiasm In Martin Place [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 22 May 1940
More Than 1000 Men Enlisted Yesterday Scenes Of Enthusiasm In Martin Place . SYDNEY, Wednesday: There were.remarkable scenes of enthusiasm in Martin Place yesterday at the information bureau and recruiting office opened by the Eastern Command to in augurate its new drive for recruits for the Seventh Division of the A.I.F. More than 1000 men in New South Wales of fered to enlist.during the day, 906 of them at metropolitan* depots. All day hundreds of men crowded around the new recruiting informa tion bureau .in .Martin Place, and about 400 men applied .,there for enli-atmet. m They were taken, 25 at a time,( for a: preliminary medical ecamini :,tion . :- ?:. About :40 of them expressed a wish to enter camp at ionce, .nud were passed through all the pro cesses of onlistment, including ex amilmation by medical board, witih in a few,?hours." These 40 mnen ate thour evening :meal at ' ingleburn camp. In -ill 4500 imen wvre drafted Into campir at Ingleburn yesterday. The rush of recruits ...
CATHOLIC SOLDIERS Appeal Made By Bishops [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 22 May 1940
CATHOLIC SOLDIERS Appeal Made By Bishops in a circular letter to priests throughout his diocese, the Bishop of Goulburn, Most Rev. Dr. T. B. McGuire, announces that the Catholic Bishops of N.S.W. have discussed the problem of assist-, "irg the chaplains and Catholic soldiers in the various centres when lar.'e training camps. have, been formed. "It .was decided that, its recruits will come abotit equally 'from till dioceses, a special effort tshould ti e madoetinoech diocese to provide halls' and othetiaccessortes for the'hjsirittial Lare :of ott Catholic trsatnees"'. de. elares DI McGtih'e, ?who rVletests, all' pitlests in the Goulbuirin diocese .to appeal for a effLsitil off eriOsg ftom the people for thIs ptrtpose. i instiggsting .thtt Su?lay, JuTne 9, would be a siltaible day for tite appeail Di. McGuhle states thtat 'the second collection at :the Stinday Msae wasi ttfvottred hby the Bishops :as the* host smeans, of establishitig the f.tiid, if accomnpaniied hy Ito appeal.t rom t...
Hughes On Soviet Attack [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 22 May 1940
Hughes On Soviet Attack CANBElRA, WVedri?cd~,i Moscow , Radio's warnltig 1to Italy against entering the war, if backed by the Russian Gov reunent; was one'of theniost sigrificant statenients sitice the oiutbreak of .wsar, said the At. torney-General (Mr Hllghcs). 'hie effect, of tbe wanilng on thie international sitiiatioii, aiinid oii the fOi tunes 'of' thine'Ahlltsi, inght be prof0ilni, Mir. Hugis. saiih. rTh present situstloln ,ma es it Imperative that. we should wvelcome Allies .floni whatever quarter they comei raising. no question of political creed," Mi. Hughes declared. The Oppiositiom le.der (Mr.. Cth:u tin), expressii~ -?pratific'stionI at the Moscow twarsing, said 'i speech 'hy the Deputy-Pt ime- Mllnstee (Mr. Cainerion) at Sydniey Millions Club yesterday could hbe compared withi speeches by Mussdlini, designed-to stir up Italaii stiidents. Mr. Cameron attacked the Cons munist Party and declaredUtat t in dealing ,with .,"the enemy w?ithin mercy was misplaced. MERE 'TALIC ...
RETAILERS "Not Likely To Merge With Chamber" [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 22 May 1940
RETAILERS "'Not Likely To Merge With Chamber" It wnS stited lto-(h413, on ble hel- of 1the iJtitl'(,'s' ?Associl, lion, thit th(e' suggestion of' the likelihood ,of that tl)iy1 niusging with, the Cihnumber 'of Cohnlnrct '5was withoiot foundlation. It ,iteaslainied tialt the letter sent by tChe assocliaUon to the cli'aioberand jeid at Montldy (light's .meettiog of the lhtttOr body, wan .ot illtelilded to convey anly shlin ilpressionl . More over, the views of the retailers werl' not eve))I-entiolled . The secretary of ti?e Retailers' As sociatioln, Mr. Aibel t Schuch, in io'neld tile Poset thlltttheie .Ippointmlel/t of teree delegates to discuss tile mitat ter with' the Chamlber of Commelte wts 'o)urely out, ofs courtesy to tile latter' body, vhhich hadatlirtoaheile his association .with the r1'opositioli ''"As' ( unilliert of';' fatc " lit. added, "it is' nlost unilllkily' ti tile Irsent huiictlre t.ililt nIll " sstoni ,. ie.t ltll the lis l it)iin - ""teic'le'twI) ii tile two"1 0 s...
Broken Back Victim Moved To Sydney [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 22 May 1940
Broken Back Victim Moved To Sydney Arth'ur Carruthers, of Coota mundra, who was critically in j.uredcin an accident near Bg'eadali bane obn Aprl 12, and who has stince been Waging a grim fight for life at a Goulburn hospital, was to.day taken to .Sydney. Cairntieisa an cog ~e atttsuelled to 1thei Buriinjick fElecricitic SultlfY riceiveld a badly 'boli1 it, e when thettruck in whichl le and com pantion,0 were tiri?elling erturned thiee miles fronn Breadalbalee as they were reitni ing to Gonillhiu n after ain 'niivectioii of the Goulonri.?to BUrrii' tick. ti'anisinissaon linhe. Cairuathe?ies ?,a rtlane1( to Goalburat by a mbultnne. aiid adimitted to St. Jo1n1 e of tGod -osIltah. Ai opeintion was" peilorned, butt- little- hope wasii hild foiT hlsiarecovdelty althlotugh lhe ,has conilitied i s' i?ni alavr .inmikable resistance to the?seneirity of ,his, di A:?i~tliongli lie .hta 'tenvdsied conecioUs sin'e his aildnilssloisto hospital, his conditio?? ha-sli 'shn little; nO o t'ifsdilie i ...
A.L.P. BRANCH [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 22 May 1940
Th aWil ii b ianei(offti itl);hs iiriii'god ,L' p. ic?? eeting at the -1'S ind A.flanlk coliner on ri daly itilght isie cohithidim lng at 8.15. Thriei woall-kinown Federial Pcrllaiimetitarhian ,e s sra . ,N J. . O : 0 i tM a lio , .- ; fo r nfdliiii i% (S.A) E. J Wi"-W Ird" .P. for Eaisti Syidiey to?ch Sentnito" ,W, P,:t shley, ao N.S.W?.? vll l0ddless thi .mieethig cndo villl touchli oi ,ii " i at iliiy itubjelitsof greoutfi?nilotatinct, hiineihhilsisgCath -roflteorhng anud naiii ' h ons Trisltns o tster.; : r i5iIC. forecast I ?thin oloui, t "-olire..o?e. itl es yesterda hat thi itttoii WiR likelhyto bed shihllfiirthser inrersased.
DISASTER COMES BUT FRANCE WILL FIGHT ON Peril Of The Hour Is Admitted But Outcome Is Awaited With Confidence [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 22 May 1940
_ISASTER COMES BUT FRANCE WILL FIGHT ON Reynaud's Great Address To French Senate HOW GERMANS BROKE LINE Leaders Thought Meuse River Was Impassable PARIS, Tuesday: The disaster that has overtaken France resulting in the total disorganisation of the General' Corap's Army on the River Meuse was described to the Senate to-day by the Premier in a fighting speech. "If I am told that only a miracle can save France, I shall reply, . 'I believe in miracles,' because I believe in France." He said these two great peoples, the French and the British, united as oneq cannot be. beaten. "France cannot die," he said. "Bridges across the Meuse were not destroyed, as they should have been," said M. Re',-fril naud, "and over these bridges German divisions passed, preceded by fighter planes, 'which a. tacked our divisions, which wsre scattered, ill-armed and badly trained for such attacks. ' "Over half the divisions of General Corap's Army failed to reach the Meuse, although they had only a short movem...
WAR NEWS IN BRIEF [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 22 May 1940
WAR NEWS IRIEF The Ad.? lralty announces thai I. M .S. F Iffgligam ' cruiser of 9550 •ons; is a totallosa, off. the Nor vegl ian coast Tho s sip struck an uncharted rock," Theres ere- o casualties. Mr. r C.Bywaterthe well know n commentator on avnal Jaffairs, riesses the positive opinioni that aritain cannot he linvaded as long sshbs possesses conilintoad f the 1~e May 'uroean dictators have ye wth hthe id fubjugting 3ritaln by invasion he saysAi'The' Inincible'k armada defeated. ~Jpleoni kept hutge alnehspawled iln'the"ffrench coasts fiormothis . adliness.to' cris, lie foud sthat heM( 'tcul oteln ithe neoralhle' laws -'o eo-thival LonstdonersU t at "the moment arc awaitii usews with, hushed anmxiety, inirkon, ,err itler contii'ued' lu ;kwivith the weather Refugee?t ncdming'freshl froni th shliocks' of onlini; i Holland anS d S elkium are siprirlsednby thiuteitish- phlegm lid l ?eclare tha't the ihngl ishi' ap paEr ently ale incapiable o. f comprehend ng the fiull hei?o? of a Nazi i...
German Searchlights Sweep The Sky But Do Not Hold [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 22 May 1940
Searchlights Sweep The Sky But Do Not Hold SOMEWHERE IN FRANCE: "The odd thing is that the Ger man searchlights continually flis:h ever us, lighting us up? like Christmas trees, but never hold usi. They ~o .sweeping on sabut ,the sty arid leave us tod centinue 'ori dirr more er less lavful occas - ef Germri~ny on whih ere sftrted leng'thisino celeure woels?idi?ahing tlhet bhatlfes thi?t ha ohee den yo ed a Firenh A?lir Ferce (pilot as di?aiis sinagrecert tractdreppinr ni ih reconnaiss rce flaigti. eepinto erenisy territory 'It rlinzinot tell wr ti r an "It hli'Iraplironnelsoftn o-tna we simp~ly rio riot l hiynnr-atrt Whyth ethsernathd tw elveid~ searchllghts aiftei?'on?lpoweful 'ones iwith :beanie reacingi~~l g.far,. sigherthnidn I' w)irs flyting; yeti tlhey.' ner 'f;i..txed' nii& A' eiatinmany' of h'tlisearchlighit crews mnisnt le pioorl?tn liifien. 'iiotht?t iiylyteny is that piiot' clafint neVer eyes to hrave seqe shell hbirstAs, niltiiniogh tliy have .seen: plenty of gun...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 22 May 1940
Aid Brennoc knoved that the 1 Cty, Engineer be auhorl Ied to employ a competent man for one-nmonti to ca 'rr out mn " iniisiecti n of limooseicnif DEPUTATION Onthe iioilointo Aild t Doyl was * :delded' that the f depiutattio to ted epaitmenit slioldd comprilsee li SAid2 ?.'-Goodhew"; Ald. ;,Mutir the City?' 'Engineei aimi- To1,onii C~ial:> Aid Gomier muvidl 'voiteC tinkis to '~ll Coi ns f the,. ii aible inforiimtioiin thrit 1& lhidgbive cucl"Un t di oiiid Inv iclolsnici etans ont belml ofte honil athed ayisid Wit wasl goatlfylh. tato flnidtht eMl Cgniis vhoi ?ai l ,il iii?lngni anodpracticljlikt pem lence had,:;?i mi'.giee'iol;; on virL: itoially, 5V~i 3 polmit iln th??ieoit sebAiiltted by sMi ilhunt,.~i;;;C; i:".ai?fiim cosill thitlieoli , l be gld t ommiie. alvaitlable mny idif'.'nori molntlom iiat mighit:? bed of use tiii:o ,the dei~iftatlou?:. "preinent mitt time mimeetinig, ?Vwel.e Aiiliei lien;,CH ligg"tta,,W .'eitiock FD?and ,les?. .aDhrryilMuiay and T%'>,:- Go,...
ADVANCING WITH THE TIMES New Machinery At Conolly's Mill [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 22 May 1940
ADVANCING WITH STHE TIMES New Machinery At Conolly's Mill Yesterday marked another milestone in the 91 years"* histor? of William Conolly, Ltd., when modern machiinery, *;!througli which the process of flour manufacture has beenr evo lutionised, was installed in the presence of a representative , gathering. : Dioling- it. man" years.I othitadilg the company liatsendeavouired at all tlnimes to keep tiel plant and; machluin' elry ats modelr hn 1 ilosselile iand; tils policy wa?s?itill foirtlier exemplified macinif~e L:facltila.te 1?pl~dO'tiiolin bet-:) will aloe- Conserve -spae - as -it takes 10 lilace p tuc?. i, - ibersOOmnedidessing milachline a i?iii l gradilig iiiachine vhich iqcuiredq a oed deal of flooir rooni .-.' ' . , -- - 'Tie hie t 1101y1..f til mill; which- has plityed :' vital- pait hii th? iidustial life of.?tilonitir iw ils a triced in inter estinig fashion.1i1lig tlie cotrsi i of a speech by the cilairnian of diredtoirs Mr. E .W Johniion, who said -tat the mlii was one...
TROTTING INQUIRY Southern Districts Club's Interest [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 22 May 1940
TROTTING INQUIRY Southern Districts ;j:'?. Club's Interest ' waas stated to-day by the secre tary of the Southern Disficts?.Trot tifg Club, M1r. Goirdon Milllsom, ihat his club had received a copy of the progiessa eport tenderoddin Parlia ment. by the aslect committee ap poionted to dirquiie' into! tie conduct ancd admilnitratiion f trotting in this St~ate.J He said, that the club's president, Mr. Ray Bladwell, had been in touch with theiclub 'sa patroni Mr W. Mc KRlolf.IM ',2?who 9ias closely watch ing. teie refintests of the S.D.T.C. during ?hle discusision on the report. It was polinted out by the secre tary tliat the clui haid alreadly given £10 to the N.S.W.VTrottinig League'c fnid cicatd t ? sist the campaign toai der n~fighittrotting;"• Although hliedt under idverse con dlitoioss the four mseetings conducted by theiSDrT.C.C so fai this year have iesulted iiitlie distribution of £1000 inprizie moniey
"Duck," Said The N.C.O. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 22 May 1940
"Duck," Said The N.CO0 LONDON: A shcll ,hu.tled through the 'air~ dver an east coast town, nsaklng a terrifle noise. 1% was. only a few yards above a h1otid camp where nearly 700 re cruits are being tralned. A sergeant shouted "Duck" and the men went down as onle: They saw theshell bury itself in marshes close to the T',wo air-raid warnhigs had Ibeen s;oundo-l" during the' morning and gunners were statdilng by. It eI thought that the shell was fired by ntmistake dutring preiiaratory oeera lions.