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Trapped In Fire Aged Man Burnt To Death [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 23 May 1940

1Trapped in Fire Aged Man Burnt To Death COOTAMUNDRA: Edward Joseph M'Deitt, aged 75 years, . who had been a resident of Coota mundra for 33 years, was burnt to death when, a hut at Manwar ing and Troy's woodyard was de stroyed by fire. Hi charred remains were discover ed after the Cootamtundra Fire Brigade had extinguished the fire. M'Devitt, who was a single man, is survived by two brothers-one at Marrar and ait other at Ariah Park. He was born at Collector. Fo.rmany. years he carried on a fruit and aoge table business at; Cootanmuilida :-anil at one timeo was acting, waisde n'lat the Cootamundra Gaol.':: MI'Devitt bhad .e?delitly: trie d t o, es cape asi he .wasa fimnd neai the i:door. A fire'had' been :builiin. il the:::fite place of ihli hut??:

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
EMPIRE DAY To Be Observed In Goulburn To-morrow [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 23 May 1940

-EMPIRE DAY To. Be Observed In Goulburn To- morrow In vi vof the decision by the G6ulbur committee of the Lord Mayor's 'Patriotic and War Fund.. to .abandon the gymkhana that was set down for to-day, all. Goulburn 'public schools 'will cele brate Empire Day to-morrow. The Souithern: Ilspector of Schools, Mir. Newtoin, had .obtained perirlssion fromn the .:Educattoi Departnient, to: conduct tlie :Empire Day celebratloils to-da y in'order to coloperate :iith the, gymkhana. colimittee, .'but' when " the gyniklianai was postponedi Mir. New ton' haild noialteiinative bit to revert. to "the oliginal danti: o EMPIRE: THEATRE SERVICE' ". SFphool children ~iill ,assemble at :theij, ],Fniiiire Theatre to-0norrowr::lat 9.30" a.ml wlhen a .special eir'ice will be-conhducted' by ithe clergy. Vaiiousi slieakei;s:l ?I will include ;the. Bishpolp o "Gdulbti ,:RIti RevilE.I: HI Bitigmanii ; tlie Mayoi- Ald.; TX P-. 'iinioefn, tidl :l:e sid'ent,' of the' Goulburii Sub-branch: of the '::Retainedi d So...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Hitler's Immense Gamble Cannot See His Way Through Another Winter [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 23 May 1940

Gamble CannotSeeHisWay Throug Another Winter LONDON, Wednesday: It is the opinion of economic experts that Hitler has been impelled to make what looks like, an immense gamble of his recent offensive on the western front by the fact that he cannot see his way through another winter. It is evident that the Allied economic warfare has made its mark on Germany., In the case of food available sup-d plies are probablyj sufficient for. the territory' of the old Reich, but the' problem' is now. complicated by the German'invasion of other count'ries. Germainy is faced ';ith a; don sideraibly.p ,smaller.' harvest this yeadr' anid thicItussian and .allctalkn, harvests' halve also h~ien' iffected by thli'coml winter. Reports have also been received of serious foot and-miouth diseasi in cattle; io: Germany :'and . scircity of the' necessary vaccine. There is likely to bel slack of the usual: inimigrationi:farrm labour for .the :harvestt from Italy; ,Iungary .and neighbo.uring countries. From inf...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 23 May 1940

On the eve of battle. Young French soldiers awaiting the call to arms.

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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"DAD RUDD, M.P." [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 23 May 1940

SDApD RUDD, » M.P." I :By JIM WATT

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ROSEHILL RACES Double To W. Cook [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 23 May 1940

ROSEHILL' RACES... i Double To W Cook Afte1 akng li iit, oiwn running, Gil-, towl" wiho sta.rtedl f ie aorli i 1lO' oe Ite0eli1il-Iandi i . yeisteidsy', 'n Stlinean'easy Itiiifner by thiee'lenigtiis Ii bin Lotit Vtleotne1witdii Coirit'Goe". Sit' lii i heai ' i?ay' t ili. i ;b ob ileli wn qOiph'ef .:lllt,ýn oa o w:on! ni-adit diiPe .iioneAi allY,;l?ld :Cup : li last p?l i tdi'steilueu th'eletloiot no Cup'lit hidet Int' hIls; ecent :di icells:'?.in SatuRidnay hlo oidhe:h Catebu y'"Parrk*tIfde ndicnt ;' bYr *': n?iiiz al; oid ? .yd'i leuLtne and lonntyd' tlH"d-eat. f ith Iterd iLrd Vale thie CA.LGDON li1: ,nji iiib~fii:erous 12 ?ilng Otlht n G:eineoli Gai itdle th2-e, othedl?', joc i:' hr? Vii Cooke ; Gtlst oien.ii 't" a c ice??" i s., i i C1: 1,. TiIniade itsecond win 'rtr ;of't tli d "'i lfli ditbeing;on DCotpilkn: in" Ct'-teci;l ioui age ??lei; i l iM .ap; hottd erclapl wefavoute lfotot lithat .e di fisigo; it) to?DISCIP LIN to to I, oand. DliscIplinO "?;af ,itextl In i; de ii, Beli...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MEN'S HOCKEY COMPETITION Further Matches To Be Played On Saturday Afternoon DRAW : SELECTED TEAMS [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 23 May 1940

MEN'S HOCKEY COMPETITION Further Matches To Be Played On Saturday Afternoon DRAW : SELECTED TEAMS Plily in the Goaulburn inenm'se " hockey compettidn :,Will . le re" sumed on Satur ay aftoeir on:;?_r` Following is ;the .',daw;,to? ethe with the seluct editeais-a Sportsgrion N 1 215 pm C.V.M:S. Reeives tv lt. Geilbui W. McDeirmott'No' S 0' C Y ?IS C',v:;C SeUtth?'Firsts;;Umpiies -'S Griii t 'i . Newton;:,;ii' .Y "'.":; ; 'Kenmore; ?No: 1??2.15 Pm:- Ken North V C? South :Seconds :Umpie tr es r N ?-?:iit stp:, Gn lro i ?nS GItesslr" 'oiaght:'J.. P mibell. M'H lray J. .Mcl?' Ie'e$','f?iidrael KiiggstC , . tz ·a . ;; rsn, Ciotril :eutl i ' st' t own ow i CihIi.. iilJ:' `Brwi uiL,` ,.t: TiiiiJ i!am?nsont (~?ev'uiiiis ): C.ntr aVSoiutlildr;.?? .,(.red sirt)ii B hrio'wt?`W N3CeF iin lordi;D:W.il, Cliiutdiic,' 'J Ocantd ',"?'i CoImi? :5,iC a. es J e riii ? ' iliui`ll? 'K.le zi t. Sifimondtss" `Git (1I 2 ).;' : .

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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UNIONS ON THE DOCK PROPOSAL [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 23 May 1940

.UNIONS ON THE . DOCK PROPOSAL, 'SYDNEY,-Thursday: The secretary of the Labour Council, Mr. R. A. King, commenting on the decision oft' the. Federal Government to proceed with the construction of a big .dock in Sydney, said unions had been ad vocating a shipbuilding policy for a number of years, and the clock pro posal woull be of great benefit not only to the shipbuilding unions, but to the nation. Mr., King added: "If the Govern moent does not dilly-dally too long in starting construction of the clock the plan must meet with applroval.

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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ASSOCIATES [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 23 May 1940

4ASSOCI'ATES; ; Next Siturday there lli be eclectic r.ounc: pl ayd iand.?iii lon juncion thereo will be; aiin umi scoree round ;:Playeirs -iuist: hit .of. before 1 .30 p m The drilaw is 'ai follows: Miss'Adsmsv, MIss Haywood, 501 s fLoftus: , Miss; Solomoni: Miss`, Emery v ltissilicDon seli M ce v;issoey llss Taylor; -Missi Ha<ines v: Miss Bfnsley,, MidsjBarryv vMiss Sminth,'Mis ; Kirby' 'Mis·~ sNesbitt; ':iss Leslie v. Miss Duggani , Miss` Byne v Miss Mark

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GOULBURN GOLF CLUB Second Round Of Gibb And Beeman Cup PARTNERS DRAWN [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 23 May 1940

GOULBURN ', . GOLF. CLUB Second Round Of( Gibb And Beeman Cup PARTNERS DRAWN On Satirday, the. second round of the Giblb andl Beeman. Cup will be played on the ;Goulburn links. Fol lowing is the draw for partners : Oi Shannon, A?"?. Smith ,I B;idd lle,' iR Robb;C. Piggott',?P W. Sai?idr.il; a;i Bruce :i: 'Harper, L-L eson .ton ''?E .McGllvrayH. Parton , J{. Xia rkwiek ; G -l/'RWil l-amslSit;'n Sr'- Hoole mBWilyx"Byney L. Harl{eyNiT -Munts;-Kll?Fisi. ing- -F.J Iyree ci'Weai 'di ; - :aF :io tJhnlstofl , E DI-tcGregorioi;? D!GHTayoi'B. .-o ?, Giegoi LD Wheatley, G aldwin ;ght.i Poweli J , .,Drtiiiimondi :`W Haydln, io ;:'Collins : Ji;amesonn', H'{ tchl I.,.R ? hC roig-? Fth -?en:ki Pi ?Carroll Ho Dai- J Glding'- N aoter L ,Care, A.' Coridis F Fister' L K Shiorti '6- Parker P ' e:bdcShane>, J. ' Shea?i?si Hi.Forsythe'; C Norrisf W, Hiitchifson, D ' Taylor; 13P l'iodwi, . Cooper . W Davies; F:.. Kight. IC. :'Baxter;? Prii;iic'ia d Diar:ke .L ;Dwyer ;-':ILa Wilkinson, XV Mor-' ?ton;:d ...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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CHANGE IS IN THE AIR [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 23 May 1940

CHANGE IS IN THE . AIR It is now some four monrths' since this journal urged upon tl" Federal Government the desira-. bility of calling in the brains of private enterprise to show how this war should be run from the top. At last the decision has been made, and the chief of the Broken Hill Proprietary Company has been appointed to take charge of the munitions. He is to be the Director-General of Muni tions Stipply. This is something to the good, and the promise that others are to be appointed is also good news. What terrible knocks it takes to move us of the British race out of our stride, or to com pel us to stop and take a new view of things. While it has its advantages, this great quality also has its weaknesses, and if what we are doing now had been done months ago there is no arguing the fact that the position would have been much strongert Too much attention has been given by our political leaders to routine and office courtesies. This is no time for that kind of thing. What Au...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 23 May 1940

lo k at Fifteen Stand even or eight feet from a mirror ho ing this , advertisencnt e against you body so that it is reflected in the mir or. Turn it slowly at different an' es until the lie?s run diagonally. Now look ¢irefully at the lines In the mirror with one eye at a titrie, and ifj at any anigle, one se of lines appears darker than the other set, yoi should consult Gib and Beemnan about your eyes AT ONCE. TlThis is only one sin lec test for poor vision. At Gibbh & Becman's you will find the most scientific instru ments for cy testing. One of eighteen expert refractioniits will attend you a d prescribe the exact glasses you need. j Sxpert ye Service for your benp~it GibE & Be man will test your eyes with the finest optical appa itus yet invented and ni ke the exact glasses should you need Ihem in t iir own optical laborato es. Don't neglect your eyes on account of your tnincial position. Cons t us with regard to thb method of obtaining our, expert eye service and...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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WINDOWS RESTORED Renovations At Cathedral [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 23 May 1940

WIND OWS RESTORED Renovations At Cathedral It is expected that tile next fcw weeks will witness the coin ply)tin 'of the Wiork of renoiant 'ing the Mauny bieautit'ul stained '. glass: windows of SS. Pter and . Snul':s Cathedlil. This. work, which was commenced early in January, was: mlade neces sary :by the fact that as a result of the wear nanili"tear imiiposed by both' timeaild cliniate, the:.?irnhdows "hiid bdgun'tbto' seriously.; deteriorate.-Lead work: had : erished, a?nd insomie cases evef .the inscriptions were obliterated. :Owiilg'to th:e'fht that e?,ch ,viindow has'bald to !be "reimovied and taklen to Sydlieyfor special treatmenit,: the cost involved iiniiunlits' to :several .huindlred pounds:i bui·t hlas, been :maide ,possible by a lbeuest fro.m the late M~; Dennl : any of the .? windows have now boeen,replaced after expert attention. whidli .has ,restored: thelir full glory of former :years. .,:: Special attention has? also' been' Iaid to,' the amber windoivs:in the nave ...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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PRODUCE MARKET REPORTS POTATO SUPPLIES ARE REGULAR [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 23 May 1940

PRODUCE MARKET REPORTS POTATO SUPPLIES ARE REGULAR SSYDNEY, *Thultrsday :., thea normial 0bipping ;ser:vices from ilasemania will .I ioper itiit d'ni.' xm t"?el? egluhreil:. spi6't' plies6 o Tat i :;Tsi? ii'iiiota'oes, 'on itii iSyldrieyme: t iirket, will' owli9 :lbe- smiaure d. I. br|e,. mit:c i talil'et serv'ces:;' 'iave , eseriotilsy i:::Inconvenietnced .'Stssex , Stre ee s ;iteisinttfl Tse?insftt giadi:roer. 'iitCtle 'iiest' weesli1.'otstoesttalltl ie 'tleislil:ve" beenhl stalckedl iohietines .ftdirlang'periods otilIh1e wittrsesl 'botls in Sydney aid Tiisiaiiiit Potalntoes ieet 'antsiinim-l i tletitntal t Stsexs treet ysteiIay it 700 'bags .'were; tl i veei tle I6avit g i'ii\ ca cr.;'*' abvert 9000 baIgs: :Ts'/TtiiTiiiiiii,'t; vege.;li? tbla lesj clesired i ell:.': ':?.it : ?.i ... ',*MAIZE -Newe yello atl. ew.wil i'it.@' 4/9ttrt buishel. .MiILLET.-, Nei seasotB'a^pii, hilP?,t b:i;hllt?gcblout r to £40,t 0 sligtly.weat tiit.le?et. titt:ii'edt anld'noveirpie£25'' to :3j5 "rip)i ....

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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TWO MEN DETAINED Meat Robbery In Goulburn [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 23 May 1940

TWO MEN DETAINED Meat Robbery In Goulburn Advice 'has reached Goulburn ' thlit two meIn were detailned at Canberra, last,nigliht in co?utic- tlon 'with police inquirles infto lit theft,of: at large jqunititty of mneat from ji Goullburn slaughter houlse Oti Tuesilday night or early Syesterdayt? nioii. ' .Apa. t .firont !the- fact that one of the nieir co'ceirned is understood to be a. iesldent of 'Goulburn, the actual reahsbon"f.r thelr dotention.is not yet clear, lib'ut'p6olice iquirles regarding the matter ;are proceeding, aiid De tective 'R.,', Bodel.: left: Goulliurn for Canteria to-day:. The inquiries are basedl on a .rb port to' Goulburn: police yesterday that thliieves .hadt'gained entry to a slaughter-house -at Gundary duringt the preceding night and stalen three quarters of-a bullock's carcase, two sheep's: crcdses, and a quantity of othe:, meat. This was the property of Mr. N. L.- Chesterton, of Braid wood Road.

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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Sale Of Pipes Yass Council Debate [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 23 May 1940

Sale :Of Pipes :Yas?Coutncil Debate At 10..1 on ionilsay ilglit the Mayor of Yass,: -Ald. M. S. "Nasi, .sitd ' he '.wouhhl. ike the 'coincil to go 1iito cosiioittee. It iS a mattelr cincerliinig ti" aldeimh ? of: the E coiiiil aild po,: ssibly officials of6:''the coii 'Aid: ilsacnii ove(d . t.he t'counllcl resolve itself finto ;comnii?tte "to ccnsider li ahnmattei atfpiubllc iaiport jince--naniel, 'iiiaalderniiiit. Aldl O'Brleirsecondeil the :: mottoin, "'if.'bui assuirei " :it slihdild be Inii comniilttee,'" hel iddedi' : The 'tlotion ithit the couincil re" solve'' into ;commilittee `sii?as cariied. Thd l rebssiilid:'csi'icii officials with tlide 'ctplb"tiou dr : the b;e'secr or ,i'rlks; Mr. W \ J.;,Rbheitson ,.wiere Iin a :pi gress report to thPres., ti e To.wn Cle?lk, r lr".O V Olbdios, stiled::: 'RThMy ini vestigated tie sales o .6idmu pipes anl it was decided to ifenidei'an aecount. `; The exphllanitl lion'.of Alil. T. P. Leonard tilld talte. riets 'by' Mr:; Roliertson '(ovec'i...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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REP. TEAM Leading Newcastle Player Sought [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 23 May 1940

REP.' TEAM Leading Newcastle Player Sought' One of the outstahding forwards :-at present in the Newcastle Dis (tr'ict may play with the Goulburn Representative team this Sunday in the. match against Canberra ,at 'Rugby League- Park.`. r': ;:'!Negotiatlonis are it iirqgsexit beinl diirlred on wvitli iis pllli yeir ilnl, should the torein subilitted by the Godilitiurn Club b e itcceptable, hd :.will arrive on ittttiylay Hlq Is 23' years oif age. Sbtiglis Ii. stone alld Is tli?" t pe o ,t ifckilog fo~ft ird that l:fi??bein .lat ' I11 ftout tlin "Cosilbioir tea ifte liate .entry Poirtei played ,:hiie.:: h itla' t liylyer. ,ha 'ffiiriesentsel New castle district l'oie liire'?sieasoi sindi?u. `nxt'; to :lieib. Naivo; ir s conisiderett he onisti otttiitiit il-- forwtii i ed tiere: It lie ti ve.? iii iilib ii ,vpriro' to tlis o cil iuek ?e ii i6e ill.b.b'.eligible- for ,, , thie' texit;Cp. me -as; on,'-accoeut ;of diountryi n Giie op S c lld tt ;1g0taes. -lift. G~ i ,if tl. h l:?? ,: '7Wlie...

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Skating Party [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 23 May 1940

Skating Party A most successful skating party Was organised by the St. Saviour's Cathedral- Parish Committee of the Chilitren's Ho-io oni' M'oiindy ??ter noon., '':About:, 250; chlilden w erio present and '?qtitea. nuniber-`-oflidies came alonr tfor aftfeliooi 'tem 'Mrs. Peace is the :secletitry; and i?is'd e;ry pleased with thel'respo2ise. she" recedi fec from ll- and ?'ill, have. £18 to bhaid to the istoers in ichi:-'o of thi vcry finel n si liution.,

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SURPRISE BIRTHDAY [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 23 May 1940

SURPRISE " BIRTHDAY A surprise birthday party ?'a"', given to Mrs. J. E; .Southwell atllto Fireside. Inn on Saturday nighit' by' her many friends: ,. Mrs; May. Jotblxie- o nedul- MissL T. Bowler wero hostesses. On. entering " the iln; th guestp ofj, the. evening,.wasp presente;l,, by, Mrs1 Gee with a boulugt o 1rog.. ,:: : Mrs: Southliweil',,ls daaughter Sirg Fountain, was also :lfeseiit::It was the a:infiversary of Mrs., ountsin's wedding li she,'.' too, ireceived' a basket. of roses; Musical items n much appreciated were :gi.ven; by Mrs.' leyer,-lMisses R. Daire; ;Talerie Crow- and Mrs. Gee. Dancilig .occupied the latter part of ,the-eveiin'g, Mrs. Date once again generously giving her- services at .the planio. A dainty. supper was served and a very beautiful birthday cake, made by Mrs. Southwell's sister-in-law, of Manly. " . A canteen- of' cutlery was given to Mrs. Southwell with all good wishes. lMrs. Southwell, in thanking all present;' epressed ,her pleasure at seeingso m'any...

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EVEN STAMPS! [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 23 May 1940

....EVEN STAMPS! Mfany avenues are open to the re sidents of the Goulb.urn district to assist in the nation's. war effort and, although somewhat novel, not the least helpful method is the collection of used postage stamps... At the present time the Goulburn branch of the Red Cross Voluntary Ald . Detachment is interesting' itself in collecting such stamnps and as a result of efforts which were aided in no small way by the BIrownies, have , already dispatched no fewer thani 30,)000 stlllumps to its head quarters.... .', -. Coulburn people Wh'o 'wish to' help the VA:D. .in' its Work in this regard are requested to s:voe all used stamps which may be handed to the Coin )I:nl 1ntIof the d?it cit allh ent, 1rit. I., ýi, ,Alidullon, allyv mu'nlem er

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