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GOULBURN SOCIAL ACTIVITIES [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 28 May 1940

.GOULBURN SOCIAL ACTIVITIES Mirs. J. L. Roseby, of Crows Nest, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. B3lad well, of Lisgar Streot. Ar:, andI Mrs. f rV. Bladwell, of Lis g?r Street, snnouince the engagement of their daughter; Nance, to John, son of . Mr. and Mrhs. JohnI Foord, of "Wongajsozig," Go0ilburn. An engagement of local interest is Miss Nanc? Digganu daughter of the lte Mr; . Duggan and. Mrs. Duggaii, of Sydney; to Nevillenson of .Mr. and Mrs L: Penman; of East Maitland. Mr. and(1irs Fra:.IvChislolmn who spend quite 'i lot of tinme ;at thoir sea sidp homne are at piresent at Kippf lt r , ?hio.they ,ivill stay for a short time. 'Ir. Bill3 ficex ias joined uip with the A.I :!.l? lý 'A'Ai- Airteiaft Bat le v' and 1lea sfxIgeonCm ro~a e i dam In town duinghthoe .week was Miss Joyce Love, of Rose Bay. Mirs. A:.;:McDonald, of Rossiville, is "l olidaying 'it tHuskisson with ?her two children: :On, Th?rsday itight the U.A.P Yoni?g?er Set enijoyedl'aonfli?o party. About '50 were, Ipresoseit...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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FULL SKIRTED MODEL [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 28 May 1940

FULL SKIRTED MODEL' SDark anaconda beige side panels distinguish a full skirted"„ model in beige crepe. The bodice is tticked to form:i.?fik'-'' ted waistline. .. . " " " :......',

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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Red Cross At Bigga Successful Entertainment [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 28 May 1940

Red cros s At Bigga Successful Entertainment On Saturday night last a very suc cessftl entertainment was hold at the 3igga'Hall in aid of the funds of the local Rod Ciross branch, anid 'it is ex pectedi that about £20 w.ill be cleared. The GCoilbilrn Liedertafel had been asked to pirovide the progiahihie, but as "it wias not possible to likahe the necessary a rrangeoieints inineiliately, (lie Gloo(m Cliasers` (whiich iieludes main iy eirmer ioiniersi) coinsentedl to visit iggia, "iiil theyy presenited :a variety . ieitorthiiiinieit to' a crowided house. The "iprograinme included sk .tches, ocal iiiln-inistrunlental inumbers and ballet' daiinclig.' Encores were the order of the ovenliign a1 il many til butes were 'paid to the' e xcellent quallty of tile imfreseitation: '.' The artistos coittiriuitg to 'tlie Iprograi(ume were .ilesdanes Grimbile anld Boticlier, liss V. Ciowe anidi 1r. K. IIazolwooi ('vocalists), Mrs. t Nicholls (iioleiist), Mi J. foirer (piailo accordeoir'),M'r .I. -'...

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IN WOOL [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 28 May 1940

IN WOOL Moss green thermos wool fashions this dressmaker suit designed by Kalloch 'or Lorna Gray, who is featured in Columbia's "The Man ' Who Would Not Die." The short box coat has added fullness in the back and in-:, teresting slit pocket treat ment on the front. The cir." cular skirt has a fold pleat: in the front. Lorna's acces, .sories are a black chenille',& .turban and black antelope " " Im c inrl hbtue, . :'.'.- :

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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CALL BY MR. HUGHES Supreme Crisis Of Our History [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 28 May 1940

CALL BY MR.HUGHES Supreme Crisis Of Our History CANBERlltA, Tuesday: '"To day the Eminpire is in deadly peril." In these -words the Federal Attorney-General, 31'. W. -i. Ilughes, Australian Prinme Min ister fit the last wari1 appealed:i last niglit in a niational Inroad cast to all Austialians to wext theltmsielves to the 'ery liniitgI of their strenigth S?itn capaitclty'. . "In no other tay,": he said "ncasi we escape d'estruction. Wte mi?st fight' as never before. Is there: oine aiog3 ? h'o'. is so "foolish as to believe thtot Austra' lia, this great and ich prie vwill be allowedclto'escape If the Allied-'iimes' as redfeateii d ; ;,:,;: ??; ,' If; '.beciase"oft ? our geographical remooteiess orfor ? reasois? of lipf? fd lonsatlca expediency <Germany' holds her hand It wIll sly ble .o leave ilk to the ,imercy:of. sonie .other -greats Pow r?.r?hie" iiald:''" . ' ", -' -THEISUHSSSE U FOR NIONISTS ir ;Hughes ai-athaltt all `,that ?:in dustrfal aid political labour hail wolt...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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Head-Lines : Bonnets : Not Forgetting Granny's : Berets Veils Still More Or Less Useful: Hint For Economical Toque: Charm Of Sheers [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 28 May 1940

ead-Li nes: Bonnets: Not Forgettng rr °r V is Still More Or Less Usef ul Hint For Economical Toque : Charm Of Sheers By "EVE" Millinery has a tendency towards ,onnieting at the mo ment and perhaps this is a; good moment" if there'isone to S try_ Out th .'effect of close-fitting head 'wraps and~ stri'gs . under th chin:, 'Any: wa. tiere is vogue for ;.onnets of the?; grannyt e;,'especially for young, g:rls wlhio are "ye enough i , to;,now: tl'ieven headcar so styled cannot detract from. :theiri yuthful beauty. 'Ihe gnxx~ lioniet is madtoe of sill nLet. jerset cy, elvoat or tiiffeta, anxl it ls ,holittyin g unda tiii ar.tle ?hin i'i :at big ,',iAothei. t pedof "6nieat i-tin' moxe to slicplheiides,? I 1wh'mid hais lialo ''like'il)ufnr al cr undir gone sile, a' 'ci'?Isposy .of fowiern 'n?d a big velvet odw ' It. ' i' o u i ia s trinigif, made oi velvet inithis instaicO, which tie in. Sliiotlinoldr; the chin. Simple Side : Q?ltoi s nay friom the bonnet type Simillinei is the classically ...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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"40 M.P.H. NOT RISKY" Magistrate Not Convinced [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 28 May 1940

"40 M.P.H. NOT RISKY" Magistrate Not Convinced In the opinion of 3'Ir. P.. .I 31eyer, ( onlburn solicitor, a . mrodern ear's speed of 40 miltia? per hour ini Trestri'tied art' :i ' does inot constitutet nrisk to life i nlly slilti 01 itorii.-tR: Mr.:'Meyer expressel ,'this vie in: .traffic; cases at' the Ooulburi?P olice Court ,yesterday, iw?ht en: hafappeaied fo.Roy:, Taylor;: ai piominent.nJunee businessman, who.< exceeded 30 `mtles in hourit ta bit?ilttii dat?a:-at Gout-' buin.last;c gi-dfili: ,g Constablthte Car' ofI the oice wireless patrol-wto oai that .tt: hi'eseidn hitd .ir if a d ttefemtattt had a to ft ei tovticto it Yassv e totid t he courtt?hat::'h'out a '40 p ,m ot Apist : heeaw ,Taytor .'trivttte a car ~souttt it .Lacoon ,Street and''for, hatll ai ie`hetraveleritr1 40 to"4 0 mies: hourtamost' t the :tattdt Ttafftd ':yss'modernte, hut the defenldistt crossedil two' tit tit terse?tioissaned oye itdooi ail?l iissed too other icatrs. Whtt spokenl to lie stated t...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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Youth Takes The Helm Published by Special Arrangement. Copyright. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 28 May 1940

Youth Takes Thej Heam SBy Phyllis Hambledon The author of 'The Trick of Courage,' Published by Special. Arrangement. Copyright, . '.' 'Lorraline Carmichael. He hardly ever comes ildown. to Freyne Court, 'does he?" asked ,Lor rain e. No.' The child wotld luiv- e?to knIow some time, of course. Eddie,: might have dropped a'i hint. This ignor ance would be lrather embarrassing. Al, she was going now, \vwi friendly smile over. one rounded shoulder. .Yes, a pretty thing; that was all. Just a' pretty thing:;. One other look at herself,, anotlier faint softening" of the rouge .over one cheekhloine gand Beryl Soieaton picked. up o :h'er.feathered -fan., She passedialong thle ,corridor and talpped lightly with it on thlie .door of the room near her o?vni eitered without waiting, for? ani answer. ,lMicky Fan shawe sat, it his desk,, fhiishing some odd bits of coie?spondence before the dance. He{ ose when he saw-her, and came towards her. - Lorrainie was alone in the drawing room1 . The ball=ro...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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YOUNG FARMERS District Council Inaugurated [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 28 May 1940

YOUNG FARMERS District Coundcil Inaugurated: Men iitrirecled in the J,'mioi. Fenmcrs' nmove ment mtct t,; tlih..i ioturke StreetScc'hool list .wele., Phi niid.l' ot'ti~icil' itli C Hiollowvay who,'p eside l hoverthe meeting; spoke appreciative' ly@?ofthe inf terest.show iti:,tie Jiinior Farmers' movement sincethe -A'~ and i-,i H-Society .had: offeredi; in ire oi f i'l atthe showvgroUnd iifoi. J un io Pari?firs- projedts,: Those;min?nvfwho iverei unable to'i atten -ltlie:, heetin0 e?epie'sseil ,.heir iollingnets ?o assist tthe '"dommiitteei inl wihteve'r'w'ay: thi; Mi Bell naI lih; been a great siwliarto i. the I: iinior Farmers', 01Ul0 mcved that a" DistlritcJti Junior Fairmeirs co?tifnittee fefo melied :iThe eiominittee tlen ,onsideied th offefrorits the.A.P. 'id; H. S'ociety and :it 'i s derided to, aiEcept oiie i te Of lil d ?o' lthe soutiteri'sid' of0 the slioagrou0111 ,Mi I. R,?d..:Johnson's '.'offer 'to1,a e 'the area illoughe"d1ies, 'sOOl'?'c5 it 1,1?a ntmarkled out was. gi'a...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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Dalton School [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 28 May 1940

Dalton' School; DALTON Eptlite Dayi ,as so ser\ved at th& piblicd school Severial lpaiuent, and frietids were`' preseilt, anil the pupils, carrying flaigs sang patriotic; songs, iacti(luding the N ttionitl Anthem; !Addresses to ..the children werei given byI Rev. L. A. .'T aylor (Methodist),' Rev. C: A.V Wilson (Anglica?t), a'tdu M. t . Robeirts, lteitd Intister.

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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ROBBERY AT CHURCH Arrest Of Girl And Youths [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 28 May 1940

ROBBERY AT CHURCH Arrest Of Girl And Youths i 1n 18-year-old girl was in plud. in a police round-iup of tie Itaclk ItraveIllers, following, ýtr :;,i'port-1,l at a robbery-,Ind o< ; c?'t'trr illin i idalbhiinc churil'.: WT ith7 her 16-year-old hi other: in.::;: rci'ee otli'er youthsone?i i' of wh tiom yens `al6 is:' i Wi`o ';ih? rs o'of? age, th gli1.:;'., was -al ested '-between Culeriu and nin o Saturda'y ýmoioirie?i''. cDetectives^i Botdesl---nd aNl'b ii?di- : rtifi..,Ciretli'i of Goiulbn?rci and"., Gonidthhe .lltui'ray °of iGunning 'ý` Theo police iweie ilvestigating'., t report ithat`' on- -rday thies hail: forced- the doorileadiitog;tohie vestiy=i: of the Churcl of Eul gland: at' Beaid aliine'- and '-stolen aieantit cadlies a md; everali; iankets "tlii.-,' it is n deistoodi a1 wetie used to cove-:.' va rio iio itartic?esi te cihu'i h',:i (kAIWESsltE FIltRED) r:At P'the'- Gouliboi iiPolice` Coni;,`. ,esterdaS oi$di; ibif a Jclihn liahles Butlei r c ahared w'ith Z.hp?....

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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Welcome Home Social Gathering At Dalton [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 28 May 1940

I.Welcome Home SSocial Gathering At Dalton A social evening 'was lield in the Methodislt school hall, Dialton; -'on ,Wednesday '-night itn'hoitour of M and Mrs Athol. Birown whose Sinari lage ws ceblebrated recently. Alarg e. ninber o'f friends of tli ydoung couple were present, and the hall . was tastefully<.,decorated with chrysaiitheiinums Musical-ftemits were rendered ,duringthe evening by: MI. B.. Southwelll piano-accord?eon selec tion; Miss B. Starr, song, "My Dear Sou;"l Misses' N. Southwell andi J, :Friend, duet, "You Are The Oinly Star in My Blue Heaven," accompanied lby Mi. B Southliwell with swanniuie whistle andsl jazzaphone; Messrs. J. Newmian and B. Southwvell, comic song, "School Days," ansd.u Run, Rabbit;" Run. Speeches weie givyen by Mr.i S. T. Stari on belihalf of the Methodist con gregationi itil iMr: W E.' Briii, on behalf of the Oider of Knights; Both ectendedie + theit r.'elco ne ' ild best wlshes to the guests of tli eve?ihig * Mrs ?.W . Frienild so...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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Yass Residents' Patriotism [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 28 May 1940

Yass Residents' Patriotism Mr. and Mtrs. N. Milson, of "LivestoCt.ck," I Ttt'ngmanga?roo; have advised the treasurer of the YatsS 'Patrioti(c Fund, that lthey will make a gilft i'of 115) "i the Federal Tr'atrc(1'1r for "the dlefence io.f Australia > i 'iciditlon to his rift of £50, Mr. P;. p? Dqyle, chemist -has advised the treaisuiter of?the fund, e r. J. L. ,Wells, that: he will. also make £1000 t tailable;, to be forwarded to the tIediersil Treasurer,; as a loan free of. I:nlerest for the duration of the war. Yass gilfts to' ithe Federal Treas .rf jsow; cie: .'r.: Alexander Shaw 1000; .Mr cand Mrs. N. Milson £150, aloh.iti ree of interest for duration. ir '. P: Doyle, £1000. 't'ottl, £2150.

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Workman Has Narrow Escape [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 28 May 1940

Workman Has Narrow Escape An employee of the Department of the Interior. (M. .'owell) collapsed at the Cotter River pumping station after he had touched electrical apparatus which was carrying a load of 2000 volts. Powell receiyed severe burns to the arms and hands. He was able to push himself avway Ifroml the electrical ly clia ged frameworlk' before collaps ing", , :.Employees of the p1ower :station g:usve first ild ald tlihe Canuberra Amnbu " lilice""iW s. called. ' .. ,lie auambulance left the fire sta rtin, at 5.50 a.m. tafld meanilC le the 1iatlept iri'pllteed in Mri. Ii: Gerirar's *n`'ct i a.Cotter? Am burlince?-fficers met tli;eier (built 11 ?inillesflrom Canberra, Po ii?Pwell': w'as tr ilaferrrei from the c t s11. e ail l?e-to "the Cariberr?i Hos it was lIter aiscertained that Powedl vas ? makling satisfactory progress.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 28 May 1940

French soldiers. stand guard on a bridge which was damaged.

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 28 May 1940

l M N N EY A T 0 N C E A FIIIIENDLY SERVICIEi [IIECK over these repayments, de ' f ely t e easiest o can ob rain: 'ou it ve an . epay by weel instI ints of - 10, 5/: £° £ 7/0; £25, 7/6. Loans on furniture, pianos, sewing machines, etc., without possession. No delay. Strict privacy. N.S.V. NTE E PIEITEI eC andt Inv Linait.d sijisscRIiD C PIT .000 .& ank Chan ers Cnr. Montague and Auburh Street Telephone: Gouiburn 485 Crookwell EACH AFTERNOON Buy THE GOULBURN EVENING POST from GEO. NICHOLLS or M. FLEMING'S NEWSAGENCY BY'S COLDS Avoid upsetting the tions break up most cokis overnight. KI NEYS MST REMO E E CESS ACI S Hp 15 MILES of Kidn 'Tubes Flu Out Poisonous Was i Skidneys don't pass : pintsia Snd get rid of 3 iunds of tatter, t he 1 silt of' kid t edtubes and filters beconau e ed w ith poisonoutc s o~ ste tr i d Hlanger of acid pol ining is iy Ot inicreased. W Sis acid condition is dansger lga i and n fty be the be cn ning of thg Intg bacacides, og p ins, .los of ep and ener...

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Women's Voluntary Services [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 28 May 1940

Women's Voluntary Services A nsocial afternoon was recently held for members of the Taralga '.branch of the Women's Voluntary Sdervice 'Comforts Fund, and w?as very largely attended,. .The prizes "were won by Mrs. I-Howard and Mrs. .Parry.: The latter's prize was-very kindly, donated by Mrs. Healey. ,Membei?s are now niaking a regular supply of comforts, which are' sent to the ?central depot to be distributed to our, soldiers overseas. A parcol is also given to every local man who enlists for service. As final leave for menmbers of the A.I.F. is usually short, relatives or friends are requested to advise the secretary (Mrs. Clear ) or president :'Mr.. Hitchins) when these men are expected honie. At the regular monthly meeting on May 1lo letters were read from the? Lord Mayor's Fund'd thanking W.V.S., Taralgad, for the large parcels of comforts (two parcels a month have lately.,been des patchedl), and making reference to the very excel lent Icnittinig." As so miuch, material is now m...

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DRESS HAT [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 28 May 1940

DRESS HAT Horsehair braid is used for a jaunty dress hat modelled by Linda Winters, Columbia player. The crown is a modified stove pipe shape banded with starched fish net veiling, which continues into long back streamers. Blush toned cut-out felt leaves are placed at the base of the crown.

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Cooking Contest [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 28 May 1940

Cooking`C~ontest Although the ?cooking. competitio held at the Masoiiie.HIall: on Friday for the purpose di;'assistiig. tlhe-Goui burn anld District Iord Miayor's .;Patri otic acid li'i ,al di ttri acted only few entrants, the :quality :of, cakes anin other exfhibits?i ?revlsirealkbiyilhgli. It is expeged:that u'a profit will re sult fromi,,the,1'sthll.,,which .proved popular onRFrilay 'night;? hen: the competition drewt to a close.: ':.: The a;ard(s were as: follow- !- ; Victoria sandwich;,i Miss `Emery;! peach blossoim eale"MissV Gilld six small. plaiid caks? Mi?t. N R0ode six scones, Mis.: Mcfintyre' w.valnit: cake. Miss V.0 Gould; cinnamiiioin t d wich, Mrs. S. Saville;: siz?smrinll1i.i tarts, Mrs. Mclnt yi?; coffee 'ack??e Mrs. NA Rowe orange cake l Miss;': 0ould; ,six lialliiigtods, Mi 00ooi0s1

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Parkesbourne Ladies' Guild [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 28 May 1940

Parkesbourne Ladies' Guild The Methodist Laidies' Guild cele brated the second anniversary of the formation; of,.,the guild by. a social gathering held in the hall on Tuesday evening last.. The pzresident, Mrs. Deane,- in the coirise of hei: openin. remarks, ex tendedl a wvelcome to everyone.-': :The report of?,the ,secretarry, Mris:: BI ?Frliend','. staited, that the, nember 'sliipiWas now: twenty Tii, attendance at all, meetings liad beerin goodi and the year's:' programme of operatloi?ss :had beeir very successful. .' Miss D Friend presenited . the treasuter's elport which wass rieceived with appl tise. "`., Gieetizigs :fbron Goldsmith Street' Cowpe 'Street, Find ;Noi th. Goulburni guilds were conveyed by 'Meedames' B Deaine Bradshaw and J. H. .Gruvn ,ell- , :: : ? . " ," ?: "" "" The enjoyment of, thea evening was addled to by ,temsiiby Miss J Hampi' shire, Rev.. N':.' Bradsha',. and "Mr. SpeechleyC Thelbiirthdy`' cike which had beeni made ,and. presenited lby Mrs. E. Htint was ...

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