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PRAYER [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 27 May 1940
PRAYER ,Moreover, HIe,. the Invisible, was nma vellously real. to those wlo trusted Him. Nearer than tc onenemy-guard. Ing His forces,q showling them the waIy. out of difflicilt;y Il ingilng them to tlol:hrdesired olobJbctive--all. these were hilaseu fa.eil I "reveoaled ill his tory. In theirpliyra.eiht this time they a?we? thus. iiagll In tho "Ex pert' liii alltit ieitlt progress. The Piesbvteans of Goulbauiln, in response, to the conbnl~nd or the King to obse?ve n?biily -a a Day o1 PraIyer,1 crodeil': St' ?Anirew's for both s ivices A:t 'itliile morning servic'e thloe :Iev. S RItisellhSctoS ott, l leced fioin thle wordsrl'I? lir"eti ningi:aild I 'est shall ye be saveil n "t iquieietiness .aldl:'con fidei?nog shill b'ife yourl stiength.". Th ee/ reatcher -Ill. fialking. brief: le fe;ience to tihe-lhst. wiu id tlihehlipes fodi peaceb' hich ;.iosoe oii, tlltitiemoor hble dtiay in Novemeler: 191iss salillithai it 'was i 0 tls ti'to 'stfr 11til1 emotIons, 'ndl.' ieflect oi'n a;:ivliit ...
KING'S CALL TO Churches Crowded In Goulburn [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 27 May 1940
KING'S CALL TO Churches Crowded In Goulburn People of all faiths flocked to their respective churches in Goulburn yesterday in a remarkable response to the King's call to a Day of Prayer. It is many years since the churches of this city have held such crowded.and devout congregations, which exceeded all, expectations and was regarded as a moving demonstratidn of.. loyalty to his Majesty and a desire to join in united prayer for - the Allies' cause. inspiring addresses -vwoie deliveeoi Lfrom all idlpits and'the congregatiohs Jolned :,with?a a fervent .spirit. in the. special pi'ayers offered and the 'sing ing- of ih?mlns: appilropliate' to .th?? OCCaIsion: M ST. SAVIOUR'S !: ?i?U:?'o??:?h·o?! ;.,?i.··;· iGreat', crowds'- gathered-" s at i Saviodil's Caithiedral for the three seri Vices lield tlhroughouIt tle day.'llhoseo wi,; h~lio"ile had long association- .?ith tilhe tiCthedial1.: siiidl tliat it was. 1m115 y?ei'is sinde such :a:il-spirit ofidevotibon -hid: .leen imaniifested:/:-.,...
EMPIRE AT DEATH-GRIPS WITH ENEMY Sir Earle Page On Tardiness Of Australian Government [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 27 May 1940
EMPIRE AT DEATH-GRIPS ' .. WITH ENEMY Sir Earle Page On Tardiness Of Australian Government "The Australian Governnsant has in the past been too Sready to gamble on there belig no war. Now, however, we are at death grips, and. thot gh we may overlook past : mniistakes, we must now reco:,rike that inefficient admin-" istration of indecisive policy b.y the Government may, at.. i; this crisis, be as damaging to the Australian people and:", the Empire as open treason ,culd Lc," 'said Sir Eairle .' Page, M.P., in a speech at Kclber Show on Saturday. " "Thle time is over-rlipe for treaso~n by the. enemy within to be brought to a sudden end," said Sir Earle. "The wholc nation is overshaidowed by thie tealr that we may already Ie too lite to render effective aid with men, with ships, .?ith iaeroplanes ardd SSil: r;Eari'le :Paget suggestoil that. itliod seivice depaii;tments -oshoildlie rie: ieved 'of." recrhiting ;work, c?olec ise they swere already oveiworiked:ti th'elr Ictuil? wr job. CHAb...
"SENSATIONAL" BOMB FAILS [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 27 May 1940
"SENSATIONAL" ;:, S BOMB ::FAILS NEW 1 YORK, Sunday (A.A.P.): Ilefoie: ;Congiesslonil.i militiry sbed;.' titis A. Mi Lester. Pence Ballow 1(thniated ' at QlOObllb bomb ?:based l::ii . liqid okygen -ca'loi formilai I field:at Aleldeeerde (Maryland): i: llic !:84 goatxi/ weire' tethelretd "vaiou'is ?i istanides : :"itiii? a" radiius' of: 000 :feet. /: Not .a single: goat wais inJured Mr. '13Balow reiiark-ed 'I:..I wvas tle goat" (Mr. Barlow r:ecently- gave deatils of :lls formiila "lici lie ihallied '!Gimiite,' to 'tbie Sen ate M illitary Affails Conlmnittee He claimed thot, 1he 0bomb could be'lidoiped 'from hign ,ltitudes out of reaclih of antairciaft guns would explode 30 feet .fim the earth's suirface; anid by sendin c?ut detonation ?avwes woildd act on objects ii'ecisely its deiith chiirges act., on. objects ,under wvate-if The conlimittee was so imip e'ssed b?y the opulposed devastating effects of ,tih bomb .that it burned the- minutes of the meetinlgin a :meta1l waste-paper blia...
MURRAY CUP Goulburn Bowlers At Play [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 27 May 1940
: M: URRAY CUP Goulburn Bowlers At Play. Saturday afternoon's round of: Smatches in the Murray.Cup winter. rinks competition resulted:-- " Cumnmins, Thomas, Wynn, Lockoe, 10,. v King, Sparkes, Duddle, David-. son, .,13; Fooid, Filan, Gould, 23.'.v Murphy, Robertson, Hudson,,.22; Borthuick, Ross, Meyer. Poidevin,-:23 v Granger, Raindall, Aikin, Gi;ay~,:;17; Soitliwell Incher, W Vyniite,:: Bar'nes;, 22; v Murray, Greene ~,Wilki, Gulson Kenmore Cilub ora ames r ohn th1e -Kenlmore, greein iluriig:' tiih week-end .with the fobllowiing esiults: G'; Smith --Melville; .'29: defeated ]3arbei,e Hewitt.. 16; Lyolis, :Henity, 23, defeated Pearce, Roxburgh, 10; Lyons, Pagonstecker, 33, defeatdd. Pearce, Roxburgh,"19.
NATIONAL CABINET Movement In Sydney [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 27 May 1940
NATIONAL CABINET Movement. In Sydney SYDNEY, Monlday: A citizens' imoveinment, is afoot to bring about . the 'establishnment of a Federal -Natiodial Govelmnent mnovement ?1lhiccl will be launched in Syd-: t g'y,:and nims at tile establish e:pilnrit of such a goverirnent to i?ue?j:ide, representatives of all 'liartis andl States. It-will ,also urge the suspension of the: Ptiblic Service Act, beside com ilete ?coordination under one Minis teiil:a.head; all Federal and State services ' :l: ii'relatlon to transport . Works and.t roads and moblisation of p~iraSilng:ig engineers and architects. :Thb .frfd6iiiiton : of a Ministerial coniiltteIs?kil;also sought to recast :tLheibdgetort:. he? six States to ti"tsecure'lfor oiiifly f" taxation, and ieave tlih w'ay c?lear for the Federal Gvierneliientto iimpose whatever taxa tion iti"ieeds to iconduct the war. 'ieh: o minioenent- will be non-poli I tickal'aditidsit ishoDed to enrol repre seI itatives of d ahl'.pblitical shades. . 't::i : believ...
COMMUNIST PARTY [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 27 May 1940
CO MMU'NIST PARTY "ItIflltdthilR' to rlo'with bus,"' ma rked 'C r :L. o T .Co6ii&1 .atl'rh urs day's;: initilig; of 4llhi M;iuliih'ree Shire FCotifneI ve-iete (vas talhled fioin the iCtoi icipal Council seekiin co-operation I movI to alivie ,the Communnist party inikAuistralia declared ian illegal org anisatidni. The lettdr was formally
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 27 May 1940
'I i ,, i~hi, Ii IIlIIiIIIII , isn unshine Ahead, O how vere he storm with its Ask the nearest A.M.P. office to ell- o Shin and rain, e sun always breaks how you can arrangomise financial securit for .... f ? ./mn iwh?'ieus. b, ?6"~ .,r~gf the A.M.:P. riorugh,. ingn sunshine and peace. yourself and family. Don't imagin' tl the a man has to plan for his sunshine and peace. cost is beyond you. It is not. Most A.M.P. If he wants security and freedom from financial members are n and women of small means. worry he has to begin early in life to plan at they ha done, you can do. lhem. Happily, membership in the A. . makes f you pyd er end ra copy of "Peace such planning easy: easy, yet ca g for some ,a boo - et may change your determination and fixity..of pu ose. tlook on life. Wr or it to-day, A. M. P.OC K Y"P The Largest.Mutual Life Office in the Empire. SIR SAMUEL H-IORDERN, K.1.E., Chairmcan of the Principal Board. A.,) W?. SNEDDON, F.I.A., General Manager and Actuary. A. E. WEBB, Mana...
WHAT HAPPENED? [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 27 May 1940
S"vWHAT H APPENED?. S'Fo the Germans 'the prospect ofian :offensive might seem more ..promising, but by any ,modern :pircess of calculation' their margin ';of superiority in numbers is not 'enough to support that promise;: 'Sofar as can be gauged, only the "irtr?Uctidn. of some 'radically' .:new weapon, or extraordinarily bad generalship, could giye them any real chance of success. Other wvise they would be inviting a heavy repulse, which might have far-rcaching repercussion." This was written, by Captain Liddell Hart who' has been the most out spoken of the military writers aboit the advantages bf defensive warfare over the'attack. . Basing. :.his;opinion on what' he knew of Spain, when men with out-of-date rifles and. sometimes little more 'l -than picks and shovels stood up to the advance of modern michin ery, and.upon the lessons of the last war'as they ivere applied 'thens; 'Cap'tain Liddell Hart went fully for; the defensive method in wair fare. He wrote the ablive' in March. ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 27 May 1940
' PROFESSIONAL OPTICIAN .OPTICIAN * IELS- .W111 iIHAD Optometrists lnd iclns rE U(RLY L SIT HIIS DIS T * VER 'lX EEKS, and m e ?pnsulte? per i llly at the Go1 o f li r n: r oulI ?ur?Fl ?t? F?"r i., 28th ,. ,? . 'o 1 p.m. JB NDORI, Lake ear otel, I 'i ty, 24th May, 9 to ,1 p.m. ' TAI ALGA: Monday, June 3, A'gyle JFTotel, 12 to 4 p.m. CROOKWELL: Webster's, Jewellers, Frilday, 7th June, 9 to'4 p.m. Goulburn Evening Post MONDAY, MAY.27, 1920.
£1000 And No Interest Mr. O. W. Harrison's Offer Of Loan [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 27 May 1940
£1000 And No Interest Mr. O. W. Harrison's Offer Of Loan Mr. O. W: Harrison, of 93A Goldsmith Street, Goulburn, saw his banker this morning and obtained permission to release £1000 from fixed deposit con ditions with the object of lend ing it to the Government free of interest. Mr. IHaIrrison, most of his life, has been a shlearer although mining also grive hinm work in his earlier days. The money ieprCeents a ;considelrabie iroloitlon, of life ?aviilgs .froint 'hit earnilngs.: Ie feels that. in tliesoe periloeus tines, lie can do iwithout the initeiest from:i;thei money. and'" con sequentiy?hlie is I'.lesding 'it. for tIe duration of ithilw?:r;:.: : Thise following amoinonts have noe beeftn made :avalablte to tthei Goveri menl free-of hinterest:--. : 1.0 10 lireaihhe'd, £100 0. W.0 Hiirii oe £1000
PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 27 May 1940
PERSONAL Constqble A. J. W. Costello has commenced (luties at Crookwell in succession to Sergeant C. A. ilalono. He was orumerly stationsd at Grif fith. Matron E. C.rast, of the hi!' Iloys' tIomne, wan tendered a hare well on Saturday evening by she boys and5 lthff, prior to Is r tlepartusre mor Qucns and; where she will 4ske u:
TENNIS MATCH Buffalo Too Good For Springfield [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 27 May 1940
TENNIS MATCH Buffalo Too Good For . .: :Springfield Following .is the result of a tennis iiiatcl played between Buffalo and. Srlnfgfield clubs on Sunday, Buffalo! players mentioned first: ' ' : E:. Butt and. W 'Norris v. . ,lM\c Lelliind an'd' C.Sinith; :6 65 3-6, '" J. and ::', Th?r:oudghgod, 6 -5; v W.i" Harriet and :H. MIcLelland 64, 6-1. H. Gray,: n. ?vi-:'h?Jr iand .. Thoroughgddd,' 6,26 i .:'v . Mc :'6 L'elland aind CSih. ; 36 H3 .6 Harriet?fandH?H Meelad,6-2. R2 McLatiglili ifn i id.Si?il?.?.W Har, 'rilet-and':H.1Mclelia'di6. ??,, and. A.:ThboroMughgood '26' 62,vV Mc" Lelalafid ',i :C;'th'36 Miss B3lake'and rs Simitti h av r Smith and MisStiange 62 61 Mrs;'0! Brtein?:alen lndiswoodsi~i' 6:?.';,: 2, 6Ms! M lly hand ?MOraY v" Mrs0 Bfrlen an is Wood 645 ' ifrs Smiiith ?d?s :'stiss i St a g N orrisandMiro ssrBl ande r c eiraynd·'i .;.Th?-r~ giigbbd and Mrs. Mrsieil::'? -5 -.: R.h MrcLaughlin and .Mis Bilai:ke v'H M:cLellaiid and Miss Straingei 6-1 A; Statum and Mrs. Sniith v. W. ...
WEEK-END RACE RESULTS Randwick [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 27 May 1940
WEEK-END RACE RESULTS-' Randwick Hurdle Race, 2m 33:yds.-Locks lea-1, Tweedsliled 2,Tieksier 3. Bet ting: 5-4 Tweedside, 4 .Mag Mort 5 Phiiiaoh, 6 Lockslea, 10. Speatnbine 20 Trekster. Two lengtlis .'Six lengths. Time, 3m. 4 7 s.: Nulrsery' Handicap; . f,'17yds: Marlhous 1, Stylish 2,. Everg:eel 3. Betting: 9-4 Evergroeoe, 4 Toni~; 8 1nderby, Loyal Iad. Stylish i 10 .Ma Itutls, 1 0-13 others. Threeo leigti?s two lengths. Time, 1.14. Flying ,Handicap, 7f. 22.? s. Winnipeg 1, Adios.'2,: Ha?irah. l3. Bettlng: 9-4. *Tuhitar.at,. 3 Winnlnpog, 5 Adios, 6 Hamnurah, 8 Molliinf, 12 33 .others. A length andtl a ).htlf,i lehisth. Time, 1.27. ;: Encourage HaI:dicap, 8:f I'7yds. First Division: .Lavengro 1, l'Amoudii' 2,. Mrs. Candle '3, BIetting; 9~,4 ?Il: ,langro, 5 Mrs. Caudtlle ,7 tihiai u Prince, Mainridge, iMs.a 1Poppy 8 Gretchen, 10 L'Amold, 10-33 others. Thi'ee-qluarters of. a length, half a head. Time; 1.14. Second Division: Peekmollnd t 1 PdAiiLMuni 2, Fancy Free 3. Betting: 7-4 \Tyran...
GREYHOUND RACING Andymont Beaten At Wentworth Park [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 27 May 1940
. GREYHOUND RACINGI Andyn?oit -Beaten At : Wentworth Park Racing in the N.C.A. Stake at SaLt ifrlday night's greyhound mneetinig at Wentworth Park Andlymont finished only sixth in a field of eight. Thb race went to Dinkuam Bill-, wlo ile leated All Mlilanor by a head.. Resalts were:- Glebe Stake, i50yds.- Ansonia MIiid 1, Polly Kingaroy B, Shy Helen :. netting: 7-4 Sfyl~sh Popl)y. 5 Shbf; IHelen, 7 Polly IKingaby, ?10 '?nsonta maid :-One -length,--three -.lengths: Tme,e 31.7s.. Par'ranmatta St ike i itydsa--Mighty Do!llar l, Biniiguy 2, Sandimain I. Bet tilit: 3 Mighty Ddllai, 9-2' andnian, 8 Biniguy. Tli'ee ledngths, 'l.lire0 lengths. Time, :2s. Woodstock Stake, i550ydls.--Boodle's Soai 1,- Blgay 2. Dusty Redl 3 Bet ting: 5-2 Booille's Son, 5 Dusty Red, 7 HBalgay. Two lengths, three lengths. Time, 31,8s. N.C.A. Stake. 550yds;--Dinkum . Bill 1. 'All Milanor 2, Dimples Again 3. net ting: 7-2 King Cloud, 4. All- Milanoi: 0 Dimpnlles Again, 7, -Dlnkum. Bill.:B A head, lengtlr and a hal...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 27 May 1940
FUNERAL THE Relatives and Friends of MR. CLEM. HOGAN and MISS CATH- &nbsp; &nbsp; ERINE HOGAN are respectfully in- &nbsp; vited to attend the Funeral of their dearly loved Brother, JOSEPH, &nbsp; &nbsp; which will leave their residence, &nbsp; "Spring Ponds," Bungonia, at 1.30 To- morrow (Tuesday) for the Cath- &nbsp; olic Cemetery, Bugonia. W. E. Jones, A.F.D.A., Funeral Director, &nbsp; Goulburn. Est. 1850. &nbsp; IN MEMORIAM CULLEY.—ln lovinig memory of my dear father and our grandfather, &nbsp; Charles Culley, who passed away May 27, 1938. At rest. Always remembered by his daugh- &nbsp; ter, Edith Frost, son-in-law and granchildren. L NCII.—In loving memory of my dear husband, James Lynch, who passed away May 27, 1939. It is lonely here without you, Jim, And sad am I to-day. For life is not the same to me Since you were called away. &nbsp; Loved in life, honoured in death. &nb...
THE POST Potato Growers And Minister MR. ARDILL REPLIES (TO THE EDITOR.) [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 28 May 1940
THE POST Potato Growers And Minister i'MR. ARDILL REPLIES` (TO THE EDITOR.) Sir,-RItogardling the letter from M. P. V. WIllis, to show the, inac curacy of your' correspondenti anid his careless haidlillg of the: trutfh', let us look.- at the following. He aversi state that Itte t "tIth majority of the growvers were,()ehinil the bill' Even lithough th'itt state ment. in itself may be .perfectly true, I challenge your, correspondent to pioduce any record iwhere I, at ans.. time ever minade it. So much then for. the veracity of his allegdtlodns. When the codnfeience 'was prolosail it was mitaile perfectly cleai, to all parties concerned that It was to iicludle all growers, irreslpective of affiliatlons to any oiganisations. On these couidi tions and on these' 'coinditlons iloie, was the Minister' pmeparedi to attend: 'he iobrbeacl that l?'i.e occiiri'ed made it very appaieit thi?it tliire was greater dlisunity.-. aniongst' liotatO giowners thain .wsas atd first. realised. Since it .a i...
The Call To All Women "Are We Worthy Of The Sacrifices?" [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 28 May 1940
"Th § */!Cal "To A i! :er. W m : c:-| Are We Worthy Of Th S.-Our mien are going forth to fight for those ideal]s which:. every wbinaii hol6ds'dear," decla ed Mrs'. Adjutant. Gtrlick, - .. at'lthel..omen's United Prayer meetihg in\:iSt. iSaviours:'."-: * d. ^ .^ tn drl i;?A . '* ',- -\ ,,: ',i:, .:*',:; . ,?i.:: "X ; .i . - .^ , .:.* , ?"9':.: ,'% ^ ::;?!'.;.^r " "As I have read the s toies of hero ism that are slolwly comiig liaclk to us ?on ithe fighting fironts,-- have beein i-asking nmyseifdthey-ilriuestioi, 'Arwe avomen wdortihy of all tihe sac rifices iBeing; made for uis-and our children?: and, further, -'Aripe liijy ing our ?:part sicouiraggeously in( this fight 1for truth a.nid (Lighteousitess?' "No ,viomat fi'aia listen It storles tor ?eld oid'?at, t,-sendifi g' ?ineteen hours inh airinto darn-hot-w tat ertens perature: five ' helowi:iser o -.becoming so xhaustd? tv th? t?rl?ey couli .::not even chew tr e ship'liiscuits of which they haile-i fesv" ? et singing'as the, hbail...
HOME MADE SOAP [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 28 May 1940
HOME MADE SOAP 6 lb. fat, free from salt, I ..large tin caustic soda, 1 lb. resin; I large cup kerosene, 2 gallons water. Ptit all the ingredients into a kerosenie. tfin?and boil slowly fo. 2. '.hours Allow the soap to Fi~t~stand in the tin for ,2 days, Sthen? turn out cut up int :Via l5"arge' p iec~s;: and :all6ow,'".7