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BOWLS NOTES BY "NOBIAS" Women Invade Club : Goulburn Beaten at Kenmore MURRAY CUP PLAY [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 23 May 1940
BOWLS NOTES BY "NOBIAS" Women Invade Club : Goul burn Beaten at Kenmore MURRAY CUP PLAY This week's news bulletin con tains accounts of an invasion. of .the club. by the womenfolk, :two ,rinks,., defeated at Kenmore,:;: : another ,.:round, of :the.( Murray,': ,.Cup, and :other items.', Here is' ; : the nevl;1iri cdetanil---: .;;',7: gi eeon.i botli li.. ednies(dIy' in' ThtiloysI ' of last inveelt'ciklcis'ed mit;any old ;''stagers 'to' :lubf'tlihii??eyes:iand (hlilks;baiklty a fe or"tiinui teslrits elhetlei; they had dtalc.'eii;-l"sgasB, too; iouhti iiit thlie "Pi.'ig:' iidi;; Vlilstile. ,: wits ::.real all; righti a.iil per Ihapic ths' blat , if.,h : m listb e lhiid t::it,.l loor-': of linai' clalt Slu t e,, iila ways'. a' Don JIitil'iaidul: .lier)octd Ihost '.i iii hb Itseiftio ti youtitt wA cd ftlie toi 'i'iseleEtions :cli~oe'i Mr; Ceciil' Alidms woll-loiolio it'i wlintyl'witiger 'civil i's. Wyltii'-wliil!le lieWesterii'Slt ito entit.Mr. :aiid Mrs. SMitth welllknowil Fretiiiret'ut...
ROAD RACING Amateur Handicaps [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 23 May 1940
ROAD RACING Amateuri Handicapis :Aotbiher five mile Ieeiet foir sniiiors niid juniilirs;: with "a; thiree miler for thie jilveniles, will': lie lield i by thei Gouilbuii' Amateeui iicyidle Club.. l~ is expected that ,oiiatii'ri''good field willlh eiup. The i ice i Will?tiiat i.ild 'finish : i et'" t Cii'ito 'Hdotel at 2.30 "i' .:-Following arie 'ti:lie 4ii SENIOR: AN IJUNIOR MILES:' H.:TiTzewell 1 h?3 ' Cliaiiell, -1.20; N. Grocott, SD.- I Hill,. K. Walker, .. Prichard, 1:15 ;..'W kIish;: F. Sullivan, ;..Nobes, W .Lawibs S' ':~ih us, 0; . :Doiihty, ??; D. Tliomsbn; C; Taze. welli 'i5secs;' " EK;? Doughty ; 30 . A. ;Power 'C-. .3erefo?d 15 J' Carver, IM UIMihoc,:: HII:Gay, A. Friend, "sc.. J''?. UVENILE 3 MILES S3'?:Oialker,' D.. Travis, .3 Kerr, ~1 O'HHira, KO'Hara, J. Sykes, 1 min; G'?:Marion, P. Emery, K. Ohlback, :5 sied; i.N.. Lownes, J. Robinson, 30; G. GaiinWn, w. Ohiback, R. Diggens, .. Funniell, 15; R. Grocott, W. Carver, cr. ·:
TENNIS DRAW Winter Competition [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 23 May 1940
TENNiS DRAW ":Winter Compietition The Goillburni 'Lawn;t nnis Association's winter cotnipti :tionr ill bei/ Advaiiced to the;'' fifth "hrdiiid on Satilday af tr Sollowing is tie hdiraiw Dlvisloii? 1 PI 1 v;P l 2 assn. coiurt P.M..4 , ; assnv conit t2 *ItailI ay"v Church RIec. 1; C?Clithu Rc dd.court I.. P 5 a?-v;e: Divlsoiion 2?-ffP: 8p P:6.:.vP , 7,assn; court 5 :.B"ufifalo 1 v Vic. Druids 1 Buffalo .court; O;Chuiaclf Rec:: 2 vec IRboeville '1, assn court. 3';C ires: cent Drulds vAvoca; Buffalo coirt; P.M 6 i ,bye. Division' 23. Vic'.?'Druiiids 2 vi P: 2. 0; Druids~l:i cour t Buffalo' 2ý v. .?:M :11,' assn.r d t.: West'W : .Crusatlrsi: West ? 'curl;-ltoseville 2 :: v Rosevillo? e osell.'":'.: ovie;lle" court. Divisloti 4.-Valnencia v Vie: Druldr ' :3.:Vhleincta. coutrti .Clionniore 2 v, C:lonmore ''.?1::k C1Olninore court;' .Avooa 2 v'Rodseille, 4'Avoca cotirt Roseville S iv.i 'Itosevllle ; assn. couiirt:4 Avodal R.'Mui y,' T.: Roche, Mrls. Kuschert ;rMrs. Muirray.;, omeirgency, Mr...
ROAD CYCLING Goulburn League Club Handicaps [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 23 May 1940
ROAD CYCLING Goulbuirn League Club Handicaps Some goodi rheifg ws pro vided by the Goithburn Le agllue, Cycle Club's 10 mitiles doad ia?i Son Satui'lay, last. Jack Pooley: il:gain :1rove' li is suipriority by gaitiing fliist ,'iid fast 'est in :the e.ceptioial: tiiie 0.,of:2 0° - ifinttes'18 ?:seconds* Coiiside iing thi' iweathei. coiiditioins; :thils .tiiie .'"as i Kei Laticomibe wihos: ii Is is best: form sliine he :toolok 'i racinigi, ::'vas first': 'ivan:.-ai d: iheld the lead. until about' amlile .froli??f the finish? The ield was ;bunched (forithel spliht tnil lfis thanthriee leigths' seiparated f lie first .sevenr rider Resullts: J.: Pooley -(1.10), 26. 18: . '- aid. astest' time .- L.. " G: Eldridge (2)10) 2710 . :..".2 W: Buslih (130) ?26.391"-5 '.: 23 :.HANDICAPS . : Following 'are th.Tha'lillc'ps for nexit Salturday's' 10' mile's ,race:. :. "If.Brown; 60 .B Gi'iaham, 5:4 0; ;. Cooper, '5:30 A. W Wo idward, 5.10' K: Girdliner,. 4.40' ;.R: Feld: 4 40; J Woodivrd, 4 40'; .C?...
PATRIOTIC EFFORT [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 23 May 1940
PATRIOTIC EFFORT .By Goulburn Rostrum i Club The weekly meeting of the Goul burn Rostrum Club, held at the:Rad nor: Cafe. on; Tuesday ovening, tool. the form' of. a:'Ladies' Night," when members were' accompanied' by :their wives arid:,friends::: . In- welcomiin,'th'lvisitors, the 'preY sidenit,' Mr;. M..,::A:: Buriis, stated the? occasion. was, unique, in the history 6f: the club ass no ladies .had beeni'pre:. sent at ia meetinhg since its`inceptii some four: years ago . Th'e subject discussed was iHave Women IBeneficially: ii flueiced' HIs' tory?"' aind "'th'de critic, Mi.r Pedr"Jack son, in.his remarks comnmentfedupon' the fact that. it leastiwomenji hadn ; n fluenced. the"idelivery:: of rthe 's? eakei that evening Thegmeeting was followed by. movii tig piictures''sholi ng 'a 'film entiltled> "A Trip Through' the' Islal?d's," ;hich was recently .t aken ' i b . Mr D'avid Gillespie, :architect, of', S?diiney;; :who kindly 'lent' the films' nl:: projection machiiineand 'l.iob als...
BUNGENDORE Junior Red Cross Concert [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 23 May 1940
BUNGENDORE Junior Red Cross Concert To assist their stall at the : forthicoming sports in aid'of thec Bungendore ,Var- Comnforts Fund,. *ý" tlhei school childreiin and '.mem bers of 'the:, Junibr Red Ciross Society: held .:a concert'.:l;'. ,ithe' Federal Hall recently. The oiganisers ?:MrsChinnery, Mrs. Donoghoe an d :Miss Besft)' anid all: who" share" iii: the ,conceit .had good reason'to feel weel sitisfied vith their efforts. Appropriately' ei oughh, pa' a triotic theme donilnated manyi of the iltems' These ' were,; particularly :.:well se:ie ceived _ The Ipr ogiatnme opened? : with W 'an overture y. Miss .I;M Giillaglid;i':Two old favouriites '.Keep the Hoire Fires Burning (','s;.ndi';:: d Thd'- iongL;,Ilon Trail,. sing, byl.Mis. B1 Do:ogi hoe, members of.;,:o thie 'unior, ''Redl :Cross ociet;. and school; children r sere well' :A 'little: sketch, INoah ',..idndthe Rabbit;" w-as very amusing.; Tlie parts weret takens byj'-' Heletn':Jaimieson, Judith ' id , Marjorie :Daniel: . Li...
Bankers' Effort [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 23 May 1940
Bankers Effort The Goulbuirn Bankers ' Pat-':. riotic .Committee, has laidcilched its initial effort to helpauginent . the fuilds of, the LLr(:' lMaybor's" Patriotic and:T_ thlr Fund: A sub-coi.iii itte'i liteii the.leni eid " ship of M'i;.l. T. WVyilte? (chlnii'mn ) and i Miss 1M. :Marrison n.(se? t aiy),; organised a, successful i cadi'ui tv which was held at tthe CofilionebiealLt IBank Chanibers :on ,'husday'eieeiitfig The pliity ?wa 1 ?s? 'll tifoiiise?l'y the staff 'aed filenils!f ith'e local banks, anid tlie fu ifilsill benefit to the extent of hppioxiimiately? ,C3.3n. A bridge tournaimenitwas the iaiin attractiofi, and o:tlida:?hacilitids.were made avirailable fo theli eejoy iiemit of other patronsi. ! .':'n , i::? '. The biudge: lirizes 'ere woli by Mr. J. E. F..Lloyi iand MrsJeffery. The managemeit: of .the tour-na: meot was :iii the'capbled' liands of Mr. C. Jenkin, v;lib ciirried 'out. lis duties to, the ientirie satisfaction of all lireseint At' the coimclisioec of lay a...
OLD BOYS' UNION [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 23 May 1940
OLD BOYS' ':UNION The thii?rd anniiai reunion dinner of district old bo'ys o.f the' Associa Lion of Great Public 'Schools was held recently at the. Fireside 'Inn, when a splendid and representative gathering' paidi yet further tribute to the high esteem in which .our Great ,Public Schools a'reundoubtedly:held by their many: ex-students. For 'the : ensuing year,. Dr. F. fJ. McCa:thy wns uiianimously: elected president; With Dan Robei'tson as sec retary. Dri' McCarthy lioved ail excellent chairman for the' meeting' and maintained the keenest possible' interest throughoiut the evening.'' ?:":. It is interesting to record the'en thusiasm of foulidation members of this organisation;, andtb :Messrs., Neville Itint. arid. A'.'B." ("Taiy!") Cochran the meeting svacs particu larly warns in:its pii'ise of tlheir, n tiring efforts. ' Amongst liscussions .nid toasts of many natures, mention .was' made of the factthit the: association'siXV.: last year carried' off the inastigural Rugby Uniolin r...
RED CROSS AT MARULAN Patriotic Fund Dance Succeeds [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 23 May 1940
FRED CROSS A4T /MAR-ULAN Patriotic Fund Dance Succeeds MARULAN: Orginised- by .,embers of the Mriulan. Juniori! IRed Cross for the purpose .of augmenting the Lord. Mayor's Patriotic and: War Fund, the danc'e held in the School of Arts. Haill on Saturday night last, was iegarded generally..as ,.the; best social(andf filnancial effort held i here for a long time. There.was a .large and represents-: live attenidance' from' 'Gouliburn, Bundanoon," Penrose, Wingello, 'ral long and all -parts of .thie Marulan distrlct, ill]?preseiit voting the even ing a . 'iopt ?plessnt: oie. ' ,The bj!,1,! ylhich: liad '?een taste fully d bcpyi'te. b13 the Junior' Red Cross in?mi)ersi ' looked .eattiacdtive and haimoiioeid w ith the coloudrful frocking of 'ithe ladies. Dressed ij? their tylia-lF:Redl Crots uniforms, the.: juniors:ps i esented a fine spectacle, which ad,ded grieatly to the attraction' of .the eyieing:,: Dancing, .contiiied froin: S p.m.` until iiidnight to the straiis of wvell selected t...
SIX-HOUR DAY Celebration In October [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 23 May 1940
SIX-HOUR DA Y Celebration In October Arrangements for the celebra tion of Six-Hour Day in Goulburn on Monday, October 21, were ad vanced a stage further at a meet ing of the association. Steps, it was annullnced, were be. ing taken to have the day gazetted as a public holiday within the Godtiburn State Electorite:inmd nll town coun cils anld shires e otild' be circularised t., assist in this dilectioln. Credentials were. formally accepted Ifrotm three additioital organisations. A sports coiilnittee, with Mr. Frank Finegan as sesdretnitr, iwas set uD allt d imlnediate coilsldeli tion is to be given to the dirawilig utl ot' a inogralntml of events, wliich Will.acitel, specialay for. both 1iro'es'sioii?ir antinin anmttelur cyclists. . The main event' for :professional cyclists willcarry '£20 inri added nmoneyl and this iis epectedti to indtice good riders from otheii cent l'?Stdoiominate. WOODCHOPPING : M.i, Cooper'- wos .s-tateti to have un ldertaken 'the: control. of tio - events for...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 23 May 1940
'CONOLLY'S Crean o Wheat and Vh (it Meal are en t econ omi kaac t Fo s. They are Goulbur Pro cts, and are t cke8 by all store ASK YOUR GROCER STEWART JOHNSTONE e Cl mhr?.. . 31 ntagne ,?. folburn (op1 fe PI1 ,. Station) aPhnna t The World is Yours to-night- with a HOTPOINT RADIO * inis r C noles f ro es t the hihea Wlhii aB TiIHI WITH THE NEW Geneo p c he RANSE hECEIVEtS TNBLMDLE MOD slcl:1IIIIInedIW[! h exelent tae. .nchand od ma. vei,:nce Hotpnint se Coakerss withonnht the highect adio ehah d yoe . The onbnots heSge cv e ndb tp uP oon Priimp Both models availabl in A.C., AC/DC Electric Models) and . I u Vibrator tves including all the improved new features. Goulburn Electric Supply Pty. Ltd. 221 AUBURN STREET PHONE 174 • ,'? r' cl~n a .Bsas QU ENSLAN GOVERNMENT TOURIST BUREA 17 MARTIN PLACE 303 COLLINS STREET SYDNEY MELBOURNE 11 Solvol-a eat discovery for kiddies' hands and knees! Try it, Mot er-and save all that scrubbing and * scolding. Solvol's oft, plentiful, specially penetra...
HOYTS RITZ "Grapes Of Wrath" To-Morrow [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 23 May 1940
IIOYTS RITZ "'Grapes Of Wrath" To-Morrow Tl'o foisake glanmour is a plea sire, D)orris l- lowdon insists. -1lollywood's most Pionitiising o'iuig actress ceieL to 'this:con elision wiihen lied was offered th'e pa))ii? olfti' ?ai n int DIatryl i. Zhictlk claipiolducti?nt of '!'lhe Griipes"i ol *V'fli',"Johlni tieIi beck's in ilel lie ;rilded hest seller, tilitili 00t1i Ceutitiy-1tox . i)i :'i seh iiiat Ho: tS Ritz :jTheatr'e t-moiii io: . :.: " sEelsinethe day she first de clded 'to biecobietan: a-ctress, Dorris has :?wantedt: to p'lay ·doWtn-to-earth parts.:. After'rending Steinbeck's stir ri?n? story 'sliel'sa.)v:ithe opportunity for .t dramaltlelt.; iiiti iplit in the part of the youngCi if'e ~vh sstiiggled seo poigliantly b.tohrbingis life" into the wdrld..' 'When. I i he?rtl 'ir. Zanuck had chosen tIe for. thee ..partt I wits the most: a'nated'. : a'nd ekcited' girl inl Holly.wood,"' Dorris 'eclareid. :`It was. no tosk,"'it ill "for Dorris ~ w.,'ear' il,'e forioless: cotton dress...
CANBERRA PROGRESS New Buildings Under Erection [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 23 May 1940
CANBlERRA PROGRESS New Buildings Under Erection Developmental work at Canbeirra-: is proceeding steadily, and the,' house-building programme, al though not being pushed forward with the tempo which character ised construction in the immed:: late pre-war dayso is' beilng steadily maintained: :Tho contractor is:making .pr:ogiess Svith fihe initiar stages of: the' con structionl of a large' bitch of cotages :tf a chleapei :typie ini a neiv 'sub-divi lodn. belng developed in Ndrth Ainslio between :tlie.b us sheds and?Wakoflleld Garldeiins :ohlile the focdindstions aife being laid foria number f bricklt cot tLages in the Haig Parvk-aret. '('he hlinishiing todd'ies a'e benlig, ofc fected, to a" section of brick cottages adjonin'g Canberiai Avenue at. King, ston. near .thed .'riilwiny istltion, anhi. th-se builders i,i are iat lwolk ' on the, it.A.A.F. L traineos' .hutnient :encamp". inent betwenoi the Mliljlk IQd. tand. I lie inilwa~d: This citiinp.i 0so etiblisi-' ect near the Powei Hoti...
MR. J. P. MURPHY [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 23 May 1940
MR. J. P. MURPHY Thre death occurred in the Queasn beyan District Hop-Iital on Saturday of MIr. John!Paul Murphy, at the age of 75 years. The late MIr. Murphy, who was a well-known identity, was born in the Bungendore district, had lived in the Monaro practically all his life. At one time he was licensee of the Blarrawang Hotel. He always took a keen interest' in sport, and in his early years was a great pigeon shot. I-Is wife -predeceased -him some .ears ago. One son, Cletus,.wlso. lsthe only child of the marriage, survives himl,
OBITUARY MRS. TERESA CAMERON [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 23 May 1940
OBITUARY MRS. TERESA CAMERON The death occurred on Saturday morliing last of Teresa Jane, wife of AIr. Alexander Cameron, of Isabella Street, Queanbeyan. Thou'gh LMrs. Cameron, who was aged 641, had been suffering from heart trouble, ,her end came unexplectedly. The interment took place at the Catholic Cemetery, Queanbeyan,. on Sunday, the funeral being largely attended. Rev. Fr. Casey officiated at' the graveside. AIr. and Mrs. Cameron, both natives of Bombala went to Queanbeyan some 12 years ago from Moss Vale. During that period the late Mrs. Cameroh earned the high regard of all who knew her. Besides her lhusbahd. 'three sons and one daughter survive. The daimiuh ter is Mrs. Fred Maher, Mascot, and the sons, B3arnaby Alexander (Bill), Clyde and Patrick.
New Classes At Technical College [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 23 May 1940
New Classes At Technical College n., 'An' oxy anid acetylene welding class will 'start on Mandiiy, May .27, at 7 . p;:m: at. the'. Goulburn Technical College., All aItending students are a?ivi?sed"'torenirol. at bnce, ; , :.. ' 'A' farm'. mechanics: class: will be oiopned .ih 'a veiry ,short tinie. A. slieop sili'dariing' and cutter sharpening: udit hias been installed, also a diesel and' kerosele: engine. Would-be. students are asked to ,hand in their nanies witho; . delay.