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Social News [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 7 May 1940
·O-. Social News Irene, only .daughlter of Mir. \. .1. Gordlon, of Verner StreSt, .ad thO late,:Mrs. Al. Gordon;, .has annot::ccd her engagement jp , egrge, elder son of Mir. and Ms. rsC.: II. Scott, of George Street' 'Misas I. -Riobinsn on . a l'it'to Goiuirn, Is the guesti. of ?Mi A. Gordon Clinton. Street which she spentwith. her lsother, Mrs.- -.HI;? ?itbh sonts ofb Goldsnsith . Street':Mrs Ketiii g,:whose; home is, .O .rookwoll?e:is , a -: .pesent -ho loeu diying in the Twt titdlistrict 1;wherey she is the .guest '.o ioifer iant Mrss Mulvihill;i and w11l: alterovisit er sister, Mrs. A cuill; of Riissel'Street Mrs. lbbotspli .:lso eitertaine(l IMr Reg Keating, of Crookwell, and MIr. Franik Oddy ?'of Ttmieut; at the week0 end.
HUSH-HUSH [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 7 May 1940
HUSH-HUSH A great deal of :the trouble .which has followed the disclosures of :what has :been . happening' in Norway is: due entirely 'to: the ':Hush-Hush" policy in Britain itself. From the beginning "Mum :bling .Minnie," as the organisation wvas christened, made mistakes, and so bitter did criticism become 'that. the chief, Lord MacMillan, :resigned, and in his place went Sir John Reith. We viewed the ap pointment of Sir John' Reith to the post with misgivings. He is temperamentally unfitted for the task. No one'would compare him 'with Dr. Goebbels, for instance. Perhaps it will be said that we would not like a Dr. Goebbels in charge of our publicity. Nor .would we, but this much must be granted-Goebbels has welded the German' nation into a unity which stands behind Hitler in his f;,ht for conquest of the world. Britain wants a man with a temp erament somewhat like that of Goebbels without his failings. We do not want a liar in the job, but other qualities go to make successful pr...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 7 May 1940
qD a a UX TQ Can You reakd them at 20 et? This simple test is me ely to give -. ?.". .o.. you some idea whethcr or not you S ° ......... are suffering from oni particular ý .........jO FE0 , form of eye-weaknes If you Shave dull headaches or aching eyes, feel drowsy, un ble to con In order to'mike this test in ail In ord rtoo, maold his nertis centrate, it is almost ertainl that ment in front of you whilst stand- your sight is fault and you ing 10 feet from a mirror. If you should consult Gibb . nd Beeman hen read the letters in the mirror hey will be 20 feet from your eyes. immediately. xpert Eye Service .for your b nefit ibb & Beeman will test your eyes with the finest optica apparatus t invented and make the exact glasses should you need them in t ir own optical laboratories. Don't neglect your eyes on account your financial position. Consult us with regard to ble method o obtaining our expeit eye service and glasses for youfself or any i mber of your family.. Enjoy perfe...
MAY RE-OPEN Copper Mine At Gurrundah [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 7 May 1940
MAY RE-OPEN Copper Mine At Gurrundah At the Golilburn lilning Wi\l deln's Court. yesteiday- it was dis closed that. Melbourne interests are contemplating taking over a copper minde ati GCtrrundah. Thllis was revealed ,during the hear ing of all applicationl by IMr. E. A. Botts, Coulburn solicitor, for a sus pOesioll of labour conditions on the lease in question. .Thie application, covelillg iti six. lontllhs' . suspension dating from May 6, wais' glanlted. 1Ir. Betts. told - the .Warden that he was . the - registered holder of the mineral lease referred to., I-e was taking steps to get the mine inwork llng order and lie had been h.,con-. munication with Mr. Percy ortd, coni Ilany promoter. of Goulbulrn, who lil-l at party in Melbourne which was con templating making arrangements to take over the tline. "I an1 endeavouring -to mlake ar rangements in regard .. to financing the opening of the -mine," added MIr. Betts, who said the grounds for.his application were that owing to sub side...
GUILTY BY POST [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 7 May 1940
GUILTY BY POST SYDNEY, Tuesday: A sliding scaln of fines are being. drawn up by the Departments of Transport and Jusn tice for minor 'traffic offences to which motorists arb. to be allowed to plead guilty' by post. They will be submitted to' Cabinio for formal approval, after which, they will be gazetted. The object is to lesson, congestion in the Traffic Court, where many motorists who are charged with )inor offences and intenl oill plead guilty are forced to walt several. hours., A copy. of a letter dated May 4, 1939, alleged to have been signed by Albert Levitus, to. the directors of the Scottish Loan Company, was lendered in evidence by Dr. Sender in the conspiracy case yesterday.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 7 May 1940
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 7 May 1940
I's Mothers' Day n Sunday GI den Her Heart With Your Remem ance And your task of selecting something appropria e is made easy by "The Corner's" wide range arm & Dainty Slip ers that will make a perscnal and useful gift. Sc them displayed in one of our Market Street wi dows. We illustrate just 4 lines, but there are man Sothers showing .that are just as suitabl Cosy, Inexp nsive, Felt- Al ert SSLI PP S Made with cosy soles and r comfy heels. They are tr:mmed with fu to.tone, in shades of: Gr en, Rose, Brown and: B e.' Every wanted s:ze. zj/11 Priced pr pair t Sm t Zipper Boot Of enuine Lambskin Lamb Skin Alberts Attrac ve turn down collar Remarkably war i and com and le ther soles and heels. fortable, turn do n,collar with pim porn to tone with colours In coliurs of Rose, Green, of Rose, Green, Brown and Brown and Blue. 1 4/6 aBlue. 12/ Pricp pair .. "$ / Priced at ..... 12/6 jFelt Albert Style SLIPPERS s~ ," Cushio ed heels and cosy soles. In Black, B3rown, Rose, Green and R...
Losses At Sea Allied Ships Sunk [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 7 May 1940
Losses At Sea Allied Ships Sunk SO'J )ONDO, ?,onday: :h?Ie loss o? Ithree Allied destroyers, all of whiclilh iicre sunk by hlimbs'drop?. ":. pil :.fromn: Gernumaun pllnells wais; T'lhey : are;..the :Britilsh Aest'royer, Afridi, 1870 tns, whliose loss ;was ant: notInccd: ,y the" Allmiilltythisorn- ." ug theilePolish Idstroyer Gra, witi the lo.s . o" one officecr a nd1 '15 t rat-=-.: iis; gand 'til elirencb destaoyer rBison, f oit gs, a henFiebelijdisii o crew }were' sved ThelnBison :was sun iuing aG r manl airciaft: attacklcO;lo atiroop cell voy in the Nortih sea? o0 Frillys: 000 of the :'shipislnbeing;convoyedasil::.. '?lie CGrom wan s 'lengaged,'in 1opera=:':: Lioiis of f the coast: of N:orc.ciyin , oi0eration-l ith the Britislia Nviiv? : struck by, a bombr. n i , The offeri of: the British;G'Cveri-:: mnent to ::ieplace, this ::destroyer: by e .noepo.: bding builtdin a British sihiii' ard: has: been gratefully :accepted C:i :lltafi Viais,lido cominiianided ithci':.' lifridi, is ail...
Germans Claim Submarine [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 7 May 1940
Sic bma ne, LONDON, Mo day: The German commui'ique claims thit' ,'seapl'aiies caiptuired a British ushbmaiine which was foulnd damaged hi; a mit-iein tlie Kattegat. It is stated tlhat German lietrol ,es sels approached the sublfmainime before it. could scuttleeitself and addsi that a 'Germane officer tookl o'ei: it§' conl trol aand.towed it. out of the miiefield in ,which it had been driftinig. .,: The crew off the subinarine said ? mhine 'had put the iliving app;atriatli out of" actioni and hada damaged .tle ee,,eaes
BAD BRAKES Motor Drivers Before Court [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 7 May 1940
BAD BRAKES Motor Drivers Before Court At the Goulburn Police doulrt yesterday 13' truck .drivers,; motorists and motor cyclists paid more than £ 20 in fines aind costs for breaclies=of'the Traffic Act. Included :in the defendants were IIubert Tiiurlow, of Derrimi Road,: Queanhbeyan; Willianfm Artlhur Ri,% of 434 'Aublurn Street;, Maxwell Ernest Churchill, :of Moary's:,'Mount, via Gosilbuin," 'tanid:. William John Selby Newnian, -of. Braidwqodi Road, who were fined varying amounts Ofor having driven motor: vehicles w?ith inefficient . brakes. :' ... In an expaiite cise"against Thtir low; who was fineld £' 2, with -8/ costs, or five days', Constable :Bul-' lock said that he saw the defendant driviing a motor lorry in" Auburn Street allout" 8.15 p.m: on March 23. ;When 'a t:est: of the brikes waw lmade it was found, that: they' were absolutely useless. On a level road, the lorry: was driven at speedl di 10 or 12 miles an houir and, although both bralkes were aipplied, the veamlcl. trav...
NEW DIVISION Camp Starts May 20 [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 7 May 1940
NEW DIVISION Camp Starts May 20 An advertisement yesterday called for recruits for the.7th Division and .Corps Troops:qA.I.F. About 11,000 recruits are wanted, ,and the, ad-. vertisemenit sets out the age limits, height -and; medical ;standlaids, the. arms of0 thie, service which iwill ,be formed together with all patiIculars' 'as"toj rates,: of pay :and tradesmen required Applicationsfn for enlistmenft .:may be :imade:either personally or in: writ ing to the Area Office: set ouit in the advertisement.;: Appllants ,will' be, nteriviewed by: Man Power Of flceres, and. if they are 'eligible, for. enlistment,' Area Officers: will airrnge preliminarl m'edical examiinatlonsi in, the :home;, suburb or: town ':of the applicant.: In the case: of those ap- 'plicants: who ares reserved b'liy mian power and mnly only'?e e'ilisted 'in the army into thelir respective trade; these 'applicants -will be dealt with separately. If, at the preliminary. medical ex amination the' applicanits are l'ounld...
PRODUCE MARKET REPORTS NO CHANGE IN PRICES FOR POTATOES [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 7 May 1940
PRODUCE MARKET REPORTS NO CHANGE IN PRICES FOR POTATOES SYDNEY, Tuesday:, The- price o. Dlrownell potatoes will remain ,un changed this sweek at £12/10/ per ton." Bismarck potatoes ? ill be 10/ cheaper at £12 per ton There was a large icarry-over from l:st week. It totalled 16,427 ' bags, taking, with a few odd lots from Victoria and the North Coast, a total of 28,161i. bags availlble for the week's trading. Agents fixed the -prices of A1rran Crief potatoes at £11 anil' Snowflaktes at £10/10/ per ton, both prices being the same as last week. No alteiation was made in the price of seed, ..the prices fixedt being, £11 per :ton for Arran Chief variieties and £9 for othlei sorts. A consignment lof vegetables also arrived from Tasmania. Agents will fix the priceC this morning. The for varding included 1919 bags of swedes, 287 bags of carrots; fsitd S9 bags, of. MA ILE.-'New yellow linld new white 1/9 per bushel.-"- . , - MIILLET: -Neow season's lriomo Ibright colotr :,to £10, sliglitly w...
CURFEW IN NORWAY Talk Of Passive Resistance [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 7 May 1940
CURFEW IN NOR WAY I alk Of Passivr Resistatace LONDON, I hloiday: Th 'Gconi:?tin have ordered 11 Nol:wegialns to staij: indoors aftei dark. Norw~egiins: are foirbidden..to ap proach' places wh'ere . soldlels arei stationed. The Sedish nwd s lipapdr,. Goteboig l'osten,; says L:'hat :Nor'egiails (d1e Inonstrate when G'ermans dance with noorwi gioil girls at Oslo.' Sonietiimes .when , i Ge',aiia patrty, 1nteirs'rai restuiArant '.qveety ,iody else walkh blot:; o .;l : ; : .:i This: is pnart :;of theI Ndlwegaira passive ie;sistanco citnplaign which the ' Ge iians. are' metooing n: all oc culoed'l areas.. cib luliHS :AS wY Ds. : W :A Geri;mans lhave tied'.to mfiake life in (Oslo norid0,11nino mal b/y: reopflfiing mlovie tieatres: . D1ot onlyfivoNoii'ogalis"/i i tWell thi 0lbest filin in Osl' oii nightl t tihe week-end . Ever y, ight il tubu iieil nu lilil S slk ind'i.?uninded "solldiers '" iir ive' iii the. cit,,'.. ' v `, . ., . " , ''' I'!: I' lioitils s' oar ei, ve nliusnls g -cl lars ...
MONEY WITH MENACES Ruby Evelyn Pleads Guilty [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 7 May 1940
MONEY' WITH . MENACES Ruby Evelyn P :)leads Guilty SYiDNJIY, 'nealyll': At the Qutriiter Sessions to-dily Ruby Gladys Evelyil, 27,'pleilded gullty toliteting ddmltlndedl. sholiey: witihm;tenaces' froh nDi': Fr` ilcis Ij.iowll Critig ' i: Oo?I' i Sil l tilhat ,shle lenillled oliey 1.und1er tihe lpretenl e 'of klinowli0g: tlie vhereabouts of: the mnisslnggliil, Miss Ltidcy ' Brown, Crllig ? ??`. Detective.Serlgeant \ Walkler l:aid thlt icised ',had ditiited iht.' whiat? slite had told about tile .mlisiilg:.girl ,was' all lies. Evelyn, said she was' out 'f "'orlk and1' thoilight itj :was, thoe easiest ::way to get inopej.M .l : : it w0as stated that abolut thriee yea1rs g i dlei fiince' was killid 'in 111 fi"cci delit orn the diay before thelIiP nIla ilile, and his:doeatli;hlud been a gb'eat shock to lierl. : Juidge; olt salid thlIti fin view of this vhidence, lie woul- relnland her for one.,week for medlcal observatioll
Woman's Protest Nazis Are Murderers [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 7 May 1940
Woman s Protest Nazis Are Murderers LONDON,. Monday: "They're muir lmer's!. Why cry over them?" shout l tinl eldierly woman at the burial of 'he Germain 'airmen whose bomber tashe:l at Clacton-on-Sea. (Essex). !ast' week. I A man beside her said: "After all,: aly. dear, they're somebody's sqns:" The Germans were buried with military , and civic honours. ;The 13 .wreaths.laid on the graves 'ncltided one inscribed: '"With deep .st sympathy from the R.A:F." Women who pult flowers on the araves have been bitterly criticised. " ENOUGH SYMIPATHY" One of tihe womnen, Mrs. llairry Coppins, wife of 'a soldier, saild to :lay:. "Oiir'thought ii: going 'to the funeral w'as that if an ' of our boys wore 'killedd in Germany we would ll feel i litle better for knowing :hat someone, even:n f i German, had inoughlsylnlpalthy to lay a few flowers on their 'graves." iFSlr: Gei'manls were killed when tlfeir Heinkel bombei crashed in. the towdn 'lst '('uesday 1and1'its cargo of malgnetic; mines exploded...
FELL FROM WINDOW When She Shook A Carpet [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 7 May 1940
FELL FROM WINDOWI When She Shook. A Carpet SYDNEY, T'uesday : Mrs. lbarrait Lilly Raper,, 27, was seriously? in Jured yesterday: when .shi fell abbut. 1 5ft from " wiodow at: her' lioie'in' Sandrldge Street;- Doli. She .sliiped and overbalanced while leaning,, out to shake a cairlt. fThe Easterri. Subuirbs Ambilulaice took ' her to '.St. Vlncont's Hospital: She was sufferitig ?ironli head injtir ies. ncluding seveoroe :concusoionl "?id internal injuries. Mrs. Rodgers- of l.Bl'ell'. Stree:; Vaverley, who. was visiting Mrs. Rlaper, sald 'that'she hearid a: scream and saw Mrs.'Raper's feet'ilsappieair leg through thed window. W' hen .she looked out Mr. ItRaper was :lyli'g, on the conerete yarid, with ,a carpet, beside. her.di.- . The Bondl police' found- that Mirs. Railers.feet had slippedl ton :i pilece of loose cloth, whiloe she was leai ing out of'the; wilidd wv the.. sill of 'which was onlvy 3ft froin'the floor., A plank, about 6ft. ,:below: the wlndow brokde her: fall :indl liobll...