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Farewell [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 23 May 1940
.At , tlje FLresidd 1"tl91 on, Tulesd a'y about 20 of? Mrs;.G.odihn's, frlendds rmet to say farewell to her.: : + Mrs. Jones was bbstess an?d- Master, Neville Layvers presented, the.g'uest with a very dainty bouqsuet of roses. andt carnations. A competition was held and was, won by Mrs. Layvers. After a very dainty afternoon tea was servedl Mrs. F. Bradford present ed Mrs. Goodmart wittlh a royal Doul ton plate. The .tables were most artistically decorated with tiny baby roses and irises.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 23 May 1940
Advertising -ill the; .lecning. Post pays. 7.7 GOULBURR settlers had waited. .r over .twenty years, was open.ed. Naur ally, igreay 2enthusiasm . revaile The Gover or and hii s wifethe . Earl and ountess of elmore; a'l thie Memnilsberof ti Ministry, avelled down to be prent. It i asa intotals; event, ma ing as it did the passing of tlie old; p deriod ol isolation, d the beginning of a new era nson easer con nunication fith the Capital an .thei 'reat ? oltd eyond. Many im ortant events haove occurred in, the Irares of eGoulb n, in connection i ithlas:ich .the 'Rrl:. Rltidl ias, playet a prominent part. The Rural Baiih's servioes include f 'lities for general banking buiisihe.4i 'njlhls are avail le to everyone, irrespective of ocGruatiorr thusleinrlabg n'every member of the community to open a cheque ira ccount or invest surplus funds on tirterest:i bearing fi1 d deposit. The Rural ank is your Bank . r . Serving You, Serving the State. y su?pportinig it you benefit .yourself an?d aidt...
Mrs. Simon Entertained [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 23 May 1940
Mrs. Simon SEntertained i : Prior. he er ;i parituro;fro uli ool Go burnm. for." "Earlw?ood, ;M rs ? R::"-I D. S ?imoni w'afs el edrtiesl;by t?lIout, of her: 'frielids ;at th"e`iii atte,=e isooil tea: On rriltherguestp presented ;ith a blounque t hf aeibcuas atdauftumn leaves7 Mrs lN o l I and Mrs. Blaclkell' %'ierehIos'esses. Musical, items =were g:ic Band al coinpetitioii fillied in isom:ie.i? : i i After a delightful. aiteinooie tea; MIFs. Powell,i: Ina happy lit tle ,speech, lresented Mrs: .Sinioui:. thi a x cut glass seitsiltspray. Mrs. Simon thankedhiu.SlI priesent and expressed herreget a lei'xxihg loulhurn amnd hrex manyvfriendid
MARKET PRICES [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 23 May 1940
?rThe' ustiallienl ?heats j l:;3Oat's quotations for oxlior ex whet.h iete? u I-. iltered 't.o-di'y `Old b h ilk: lots taro luoted iat.t 4 / anid gged millers' parcels at ,/3:a bluslihel. Prices on . Suissex' Steett t(o-day were: Potatoes;',Tasmaniani .£ 9/10/ to: £11 eggs,; new laid ,2:/ ase 1G; Iutter, 161/ 2 nfize? i ? cheese, 10Ad "to d/2; lioney .4jd: to 71; miions; £10 tot £1:2;?l?chalff.wheaten :1/9 to 4/ oaten 4/ oe to:5/3, lucerne 7/. to 9/3; :hay, lucerub. 6 to 8/6, caten i5/
TEMPERATURE READINGS TO-DAY [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 23 May 1940
TEMPERATURE ,.READINGS ,M i lmi um ..: . : .. (2 SYESTERDAY:I daximitn :.. ..:.. :.; .. 51 .linsimrunem ....- 39 B"y special arrangiet .iit ".uer.?i e aorld Service 'isn' addition - to:' other 'sipecllt sources': of- Information.. is aue' in' the `complldlton of '1the overseas 'Intelllgence piublished:.' I; thlisoIssue ,and ?'al rghLts therein iln Australia anti New Zealand are resernvd.', - " ' h.Sulh ,of' telic:cable `nicws I' thliis'.issue as is so' headed 'a)peared: in '"The ''imes' andls'sent.to ithls; iaier oe..bY?speeil per niission ,.:::t.shot: hil e i'dIder'dstaod that elay oplnlons given aare not:thnose of T'he Plieo'c.e ostislos express ly' st.ted :to bh so
BLOW FOR BLOW [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 23 May 1940
110 BLOW LONDON, Wednesday: "We are hitting back blow for blow, bomb for bomb," was the key note of an authoritative broad cast from General Headquar ters to-night. cIt. was the second of three weekly B.B.C. bulletins to the forces. The communique goes on: "The situation is still serious' but not des: perate. There is no actual .position to describe and there is .io tlefinite battle line. It is not like the last war. It is not a figh t t'i an infantryman's pace of three mils f'lodtrly but a'fight at the fastest .m?edii'nical lpace that can he devised. "There is nio sinle front bt but dozens of isolated fronts :and dozens of difl ferent battles .are iprogressingt.-g. '.: "The Germans .illla .frequently?ie ported nmany miles'behind 0our- lines built tile presence.of 0.one :ieelilnisedl unit in a village does not; mean jliat the Germans have ?run through ?the village:: ':;-. "This is open warfare andl-the mnech' anised units are. only cavall? patroll.: "In many casesuthey have: lost:)_...
Work Of Bombers More Large Scale Attacks [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 23 May 1940
W-ork Of Bombers More Large Scale Attacks LONDON, Wednesday: S Strong forces o.f hbombers work'ing in relays harassed the spearheaid?of German, armoured columns all, day .yesterday mnd considerable danimage was inflict ed, says the officiil conmmuniqle.: "There :.were .larger scale atftacks !ast night' ion nmain; Germa?n com munications ' in -Naniur D-:Diiilin t, Aachen and also onl keyiointslit Rhineland and Pirussia.::";"::;." "Only five bombers :'failed. tod: r turn. - , Otir. fighlters destroyed or seili 0nusly daniaged 2,5 Germanl (machilles Eight of ours alre misiiii " RI]FUGEES AS C'OEl : The Gei nlifs' l re taksing, advantage of the refugees- the"':are;: pettingll to flight, and :in one endeavnir",'ou:-o the part" of .Uritishl, bobliers:s they';foiid; 10 Gerniai: tanlis '1'isixed iupi with' refugees. I-Iowever, tlhdy .were a'. le to' bliomb one lot 'three ;nilles in A Blenheiii.o wreck'ed a :talaik which, was '.lovlng mrapidly and.was escort: ed1 by motor cycles.. : Sie:hiun...
Small Tanks Dropped By Aeroplanes [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 23 May 1940
Small Tanks Dropped. By Aeroplanes LONDON; :\Vodnesdayy:. Trool'ia land ings from. itransorl t planes werei a greater, menace in Holland than i the parachute troops. A lDutch i val ,officlr now ini Eng.. aindl saiil tlls after his espeierience o. tile ilvasioi of H-olland' '! Ie; said:-" - "I: w:vas ats iRotterda?n :-whel. swaes o01 30 Germani transpoi t planies each carryilng "betieern :0 inild'0 .liavily; ariicedl mi?ns, landed every .20. miniites at LWalliaeeii airpo0rt:., :. 'On May: 10 anid: 11'imore'ithan 10;C00 Geriians lhiniled solely at Wl':l haven.' and at Leideni (18: miles1northi of Rotterdaim:)i 5000 imiore landei :.itli .iMany (tio' l ,traisii't 1t lliiiOs ilroliPipgd filonl the air smiiill l:'iilidiired ttiks 11id liglt iirtillery. - I Pachlites .ii (1 'pow l?aerfull siriiig p;i tectedl these Iagdnst" dmagnim , air th lir fall LANDED ANYWHERE:'. -The Geim?ine need ani O10 s iinspace, S;lery aiiiifleld o01 0pe1 sphface iilist bie caosideled'( a ; lioteritial: lanhdlig ...
ALLIES HITTING BACK Battle At Several Points [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 23 May 1940
Buttle At Severl Points LONDON, Wednesday: The 13th day 'of the great German offensive .,finds the Allied armies fighting. back sternly. They are joining the battle at all points. A strong current of restrained optimism swept throughl: . England and France over the capture of Arras and 'Abbe' ville. To-day's dispatches indicated that the Allies w?ereben2 =`:E-' ing to their task wttlh grim resolution. The Commander-in- Chief :,,of the Allied Armies, General ,AFeygatid's, flying . :visit- to, all. frontsl and Mr. Churchill's dramatic, flight, to Paris to confer with the ,Frenclih leaders provided. a :heartenilg thought -.that. England-.and France are ,marc11hing, together, unshakeni by defeat ini the Battle'of the -Meuse. The sto.ry of the R.A.F.'s all day and night, bombing raids, spreading havoc among German coinmunica. tions in southern Belgium and wvest= ern Germany W us :a: splendid relief to the. repeatedl references tq ,Ge many's, numnerical aircssuperiori ty:: - 1 i wls lean'...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 23 May 1940
You Buy Wisely When You Buy Pure Wool NOI We won't st ck any cotton and wool blankets at "The Corner" because o our mind cotton, plays no part in REAL blankets. "The 'orner'sy .Blankets are 100 / pure wool, and that is why lankets from ."The, Corner are so warm and so .dependab e. Knowing how keen the values are that we are offering, e would confidenitly suggest that'you".,;:. BUY YOUR 0 YEARS' WEAR GUARANTEED :!i:. ALL PURE WOOL ' t:' :.? re;1 :: , UI WA ERLEY BLANKETS ;o 'r. `'i ,O: AT; THESE PARTICULARLYB KEEN PRICES ,; CRIB ABLANKETS Only supierior wool otild -lroeduce such cosy. Bliiltects as'.-xrr t lW i,:: , Icy Bliankets. 'le is e nver iany: diubt' Abfodt t`he 'weari 'the O iy thie, finest qual qulity, or the wai of these' lovely:. Blankets, with their vlde: ity? i wdol . for these blacktorlders o or o i ra nil- or ilue. . , B ltlynkels, iwitn ',t: hei novelty moe t iSingle BedThreequat Double' Bed" '" t',iiuhg .lust the >a= .... . 2' " r": , t+t" '.. i".'' • - - i':'tr i...
"Shandies For Children" Allegedly Supplied At Orange Show [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 23 May 1940
Shandies For Children" Allegedly Supplied At * Orange Show ; I IA:O NGI? :;A allega: tion that Sttblical?s, a? t tihe?! ORialligeo Show ,lidid ei'lveil Ol~iandell'- to chlldren.. : o:i.:dO ,?yeiaus a4lSi!?tiridli:dresidents . of" tlied'4 ' id * '1110 111'., I ·tiOll Wll.;iiiOe at a 11meet ilI:g of the Shiow Siclety by:' : .,?i Griff'ltih idio': stiild thait thochildiihen dianhi ;lhe ,nixturelbecause soft drlinks i?erei not'. lvailtble. . .,', 0 'lil -lieslient ' ofl the hOrIlnge brancht :of thle~V .C.'I':U;t"(Mis: Mills) 'accuset 'the ipulblicall oif bl:eaches o f tlie law 11d tlttel dis0eg1lrd of the welfare of tile y dloungel' geendration. :She ,deIman-lu' el ithat the matter; be; referredl to'tne 'Stiiteo Goediiiient 'itld;allio castigatetd tlhe .lillce: wli0, 1she :anitid, ihold have : :.'0n .laha't"('VI hiilipning. :
GREAT BRITAIN IS ROLLING UP HER SLEEVES "Victory Is Our Goal" WORK UNCEASING Changed In England Revolutionary [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 23 May 1940
GREAT B~~.~lhETAIIEB IS ROLINGG UP HERE SLEEVESS Goal" WORK. UNCEASING Changes In England .Revolutionary LONDON, Wednesday: "Victory is our goal. We must and shall attain it." The Lord Privy Seal, Mr. Att lee, gave this watchword for Britain's home front offens ive. As everyone throughout the country is rolling up his sleeves to win the war, the Emergency Powers Act, Treachery Bill and other measures have been passed in the past few days to revolutionise life in Britain, but, as the London Times aptly sums up the position: "At this grave moment the united na tion feels no hesitation or misgiving, although the new Act comes near to suspending every essence of the constitution, which it has taken 1000 years to build. "Our ancient liberties are placed in pawn for victory. Nothing less than the destruction of Hitlerism will redeemr them." T'he lnewspaper adds:. Even as the bill, which gives the •Governllment control over persons and property, inade record speed through Parlia ment, its ...
Italy's Honour For Germany's Goering [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 23 May 1940
Italy's Honour For Germany's Goering ROME, Wednesday: The Italian Forleiil Mnlliater, CouInt Cialnod, after touring industrial centres inl Albania, visited the harbor works of Durazzo. tHi 'then proceeded to Tirnana, tile ..'capli al.. . .. ' '*' **i ; Kiing .Ei nanuiel has coll'erredti on the chief o' thle ihighi. conmintihd t in Germany, Field Marshlal Coering, Italy's highlest decoration, the :Sup Sreme' Order :of Annunciation, to marki .the filrst anniversaury of tile Italilan aint German militlary alliance. ''A lmemtber of tlhe Fascist Grandt Council, Counilt Alfieli, paidil a f'lying Svisit to Field Malshall Goorinlg's hdli (liarters in W\Vetorn Germalny and halndcd. over ,the insignia. ' The ircissls exiltilng over Germlan alilvllcenu 11i 1Fraii(e aid leven fore caFts latl Italy w ill tlaked'alta l'roni IBriain. : Ortnilous reporlts lo-dtay suggest thiilt Italy, will enlter tlhe war soon, Sand that' ifi. she 0does , Rlussia may coliii 111i againtst her.. *I1tly, :ifler closil...
Light And Power Restrictions Lifted [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 23 May 1940
Light And Power . Restrictions Lifted. It was officiallyannouit llin (ioulhu:nh to-day tIhat tilte state ntent relating to the termnllation of light: and power restrlictions - i oitld 'also apply to iGoulburin, , and its a restlt?l silc rIestrictions, s ill termitinate at 4.I30 this' after The news that the baa, -which was imiposed as a result of the coal strike, was to be lifted .was received with general satisfaction in this city, particularly" by the. business com nmunity, which has. beena greatly in convenienced: as a result of' restric tions on power used for white-way anid windlow lighting anti for'adver tising signs. RIAIL TAItAF'tIC PFurther jubilation' has bdenacaused by the disclostire that' railway goods traffic will resunie normal runlring. by Monday next. The licews iS par-' ticularly hceartening 'to otticials and general ' employees in 'the Loco: branch, where, as a' result o'f - the restricted 'traffic, about 350 h:ands were recently rosteired' to 10l days per; period...
PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 23 May 1940
iPERSONAL, M.rs Iii McIntosh, of Lo;ve?l orao is ' patilent at the Distriet' iIospiltlI Mr iPeter -Loughffn wastin" Gaul buri- this: .welek&lt;::':i . '" : A A Mr p A: lo f ?? t of :MIarIrte Street,; is p h': t ati.t ai the Districi Hospital: -:.. ' :? C `'; 'iiine i [oY: t h2 Mi 5 13 Ca\ ormerly. of the Telpe:., Pirkl School, hasb". tliieo :u duties at - ourkfluike ? p id',ech'dbl : in: place: OfMi "D1?3tMetcal.f ']:ho was transferried: receitly, toi Wa.liora Mr; Frtcak \Colurnr, oane-tinno resideiit'l of .aGo ulrn :lih`s b : vei ward of Isis 'apiiiltiiieiitas iinsppctac of= Shodls in. l.he.Albui?',distzlet..7 ,isses 'Joanl naid Blobj13bi ovld ' have ietuirned home :' tb Hnrstvillo afiter spesdintig '?a' holidayi wIthl Mrs.. W:? Dewhirst, of, Bradford\lle. Th'ey. are'thl" nieces of Slster'iBo0wler,, of KHenor. l '