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Broadcasting Programmes FOR TO-NIGHT 2FC [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 28 May 1940
Broadcasting Programmes FOR 1TO=NIGHT' t 2FC li.5: Dinner Musitc.' 7.0:: t ws: ".10:. Ne.e is':" Commentary: ,f7.30:' if: T.om? i (baritone). 7.45:. Te'' .atc9-: man:.. 8:0:;aWin . the.:Caroaiy.930 ews 11 r .Isic, of',":lFrance., 10 30 Canberra:.' ,Coommentart .9::11 i: 30: ' m D:ivhldons, "LBand ,. .60:': N uv . n Clo fernoon ;,esso., . : U.A.C ' ;0:0.:;?News,:Suinmary.,, 0;15si Sprtn Dinner.; ShowI:)S:0:: Corsbnitiy. Singing. l,4i:g :T c tGi'on tor :r Ierbert h Ier - rghtsfrom?htii?Ilin:i : 9 .30.: Whi ;ntu tic Riiiy l. t CQos: si? `;;4', STATION' 2GN'GOULOU1RN;' TO"NIGHT ,-d a:1s: i Tbe 'Siisii ;Ciub -Sesoini ,.on, o dueted :/y iiy'Auntie iLola, ;:0;0:. 'i ili C News: . 101 Dl)nndr 'Music .030: ,'op Aiden:" -Ia0;es?Vbt,7. 1' Screen ,News,..7 -30. IBhiey 74574 The; Newest' Recordin gs.': S:0:'. ''Mr.anoiMrs Everybody." 8.15:' ,"Cosy Corner." : "I'ersonal -Column." ,;'45 :' Filsmous Flm Music. '9.0: "Cleopatraa: 9.1:1: '.Thle inemy" Within."' 9.30:. B.B.C. :Neuno"0.46 Dance Program...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 28 May 1940
ý)K FREE ý from STOMACH TROUBLE Mrs. E. Keys, Yarraville, Victoria, writes:-"Two years ago I suffered severe heartburn and indigestion. I tried severr dies without benefit./ friend recp ns De Witt' Antad Powd r ad .I ed immed ate re effom e st s am no in ect hesjt, a t .t d enj any ing witout fe f at-effects. ?Iar very thakful • fD-? itt's Antac? Powder." De Witt's Antacid Powder gives instant relief even in chronic cases of indigestion because the first dose really does the trick. It kills acidity, soothes the stomach and aids digestion so that you can eat what you like and enjoy every meal. DEWITT'S ANTACID POWDER For Indigestion, Acid Stomach, Gastritis, Heartburn, Flatulence. Of all chemists and stores, in large sky-blue canisters, 216. New giant size (21 times quantity), 4/6. Don't get middle aged look in your skin If yot are young in years, butl f your 9k i looks old or if you 'o "ut 'so uug' anl d your0 skin Is oO spoilt t - ,you look; ten. years: o01 ei than y i really are, ...
In the Garden Dinner For Eight [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 28 May 1940
In the Garden - Dinner For Eight BY ONE WHO HAS F Eg "Winter, winter; , With its fr6st and sinow Well I don't' know, about the snow `i?ut certainiy 'thle' frosts are here. :And'that imeans armchair gardenirig for y the next 8 or 10 weeks ' ;',. Quiteia 'comfortable ,blsiness, too. The fiiursterynziii have seeri'- toit '. that 'we 'aretwell *supplfedli ith ,interesti g. literature, iwith which to fill 'in'mf y a''profitable-ho; ur 1.':: ' ... : . :. ,Like Dr:Goelibels' proIpaganda, we have only to read often. enough ,about beautiful tiees", and plants to be nearly certaini they are actually grow ing lnobur own phlot. .At. least "we be come so enthusiastic we', decide they ivill be there ,'nedtyear. 'J'IMtE NE EDI) Of cairse 'we always picture them asfulily grown .This growing process takes time buit :dori't let that fact. discoulrage ;:you,' for "watching? trees atid; iplants -grow is;'a .. fascinatihg .pastime. i lin' the case of trees. you 'ma'y .no live in tthat spot'long eiouigh ...
"GRAPES OF WRATH" Now Showing At Hoyts Ritz [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 28 May 1940
"GRAPES OF WRATH" Now Showing At Hoyts Ritz When John Steinbeck wrote "The Grapes of Wrath;' he ap parently set; out, without any, attempt at sugar-coatinig totell' a plain story of the depths of, poverty and miseryto whiic many families were. forced ?yL "" Tr Americani. liiaStimiti depres si nl. arryl Zanuci l:. Ikilse il;l ,'Put tl sto.y on the screen. with equal finknless, without ally effort to gloss ver harrowin scenes that leave one wondering if such ihapipeniligs weie ilossible in. a democratic country.1 such things did-take place--a?tdther? is every reason to believe that'Stein= beck's story was' founlded on'. fact, then they are a sad commentary on our so-called. civilisation "'But: then there are eveni worse:things; taking place in the world to-cdayy that pliaces a big query'aftes ou0r. claim to. civil isation. To picturise ;ST e Oiralpes :of Wrathl". Zanuck chose a cast each'in dividual msember of .which :was re quired to face the camer v witlihout make-up, ,and:iwtlitut....
Mr. W. Davies Transferred To Sydney [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 28 May 1940
M . Davies Transferred To Mhi. \V, D lee imomnineiit Got ?uli ci icketoer; who Jih.?s bon at. tacihetl to the Railway Distrilct tildiulhintiie 'i i offlee':.,or:..omeO - lime' li?e, beeni appollted' to ,th, atafotfieifof the '? hIlet Traffic Manaher BSydniey. MIr Di Ie t w ooill take upl dutii lii Sydiney toiiioiiw, vas farewelletl by his fliow enplloyee0s ii l ouiburn yesteriday wh?iri tilbuites to his wor0 .and i.?ol0.1arity dhHlji liis i.silenCO lin this city i wero id by the-Indoor Ascsloant Suerhi ildent Mir. It. U. Spaik., s lio o tbdo;iflioi ted by mitl O. Reid sind ';'ssf't. ' NowlanO,' t Deighte 1' I1. LanSdowo?3i"e T enelte, and 0 'Don?.elly MiuIi 1)uoieo who w0n51 presented1 1O1t 0 aiti rti i ltlti iuttl e
From Everywhere In Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 28 May 1940
From Everywhere In Hospital. 'lThere were 123 patients I the ? D)is. .trict Hospital to-day, compared with 87 onl the correspoldi!ng 'day I:last year. This day 10, ,years ago the patients nuniiorid 52.: Orange Diggers. ; The Diggeis of Osie 'ae 'is i well as otiher cltize?s-arOi'deteitiiied1 ,'iot to' be caug lht naipping iind have dlecideil to enlist''in ' co psc?t"b'forimedl foi' local duty9. rffig;}-"f ;; illir. An efiIgy of Iitfir wias ii cinerated in a ,biilli ~t:,ei at ,.Yas si' by Iho Wo\ien"s; Volifint ryi Seivics.. Thp borifire "was followoil bysidince aid as ai esiltofiothe ',two functions-' Elie WV S.? filids ivill benefit to thei eite'"nt of more" tlian, 1 Slicl i' Kºller; - at t:, er i ttre ? aiil ' istlf mryears of vweeai yingn'aiiilplieitlsteliti effort, i : large? rieddlsoi'oii"lg; Saii.to b ai, iialmost liure ?dingo, :has beeis traio. peiJ on MIr. GeoigO Spence'r's property at McKeon's'Crkeek ,,ii t?le Edliti. dios triet: Trlie dog Wsvas*'esponsible for the killing'...
MRS. S. NOSWORTHY [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 28 May 1940
MRS' S. NOSWORTHY The-death, occurredeuddenily al li dtlaughtei s'. resideance: Tirafalgar BStreet; lrlgghton-lo-Siands, of Mrs. Sarah:Nosivorthy; widow,: o; the ?'tt JolhiNos ,o?thy.,' The} late Mrs. Nos oortliy3wiho ýwas 93 years ofr geo;wva for;:more thai 40? ears a :residentiol coulitbin prildor to moviing tdo Sydne, r `Ben Nosevorthy, of Addlion Streets Golbhiii i9' I suirvi?ing losn 'Employment iN Iew SouthWales, 'u?der ent isome` contraction laist month uwhen the coa sttrike entailed dislocation of industr? ::,Tlie ntini'ber of _poisons eemployed ,}as 852,1531., compared ilth 865,6911ini Marci, i?in'd. 8'37,:52 i April, 19 ',
BACK TO NORMAL Railway Goods Train Traffic [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 28 May 1940
BACK =TO NORMAL Railway Goods Train Traffic -As a result of the resumption yesterday: of normal goods traf tic; the .busy scenes witnessed in the Goulburn 'allway yards -at variou intervals to-day provided ia sharp contrast to the'- slack. period experienced during th`e coal strike. ..Altiho, li the full effects of teb storallon of goods train sorvices are not -likely .to. be exIperleibel' in? Goul burn ;suntil to -inorrow or .Thursdny, tho'e -was consideeablle' activity throughout the ysa id01d1 i i:ri fipen of1 the long lhies' of empty t -rucks arid waggons could be: seoien train lorids of goods: aind coal. Thio restoration of, thle sO ivv?is in; quitioln shave telo'inated thl'e liiu.vest i which wais gari'oreddrliig'th1 l ti stikel by owners' of roidl tiislioport ve'ilcilc. iMany, Goulburn Ime?. took ladlvantage of the oplrlounitlies prOviilell iand it is believed that ll some0u cas0 . c tOne ret'rns netted ranged+l .Up to £150 -While. io details 'hav:yet 0D50enlre ceived in Goul...
A Tripod Cannot Stand On Two Legs Survey Of Japan As It Is To-day Under Prince Yonai [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 28 May 1940
A Tripod Cannot Stand On Two Legs Survey Of Japan As It Is To-day Under Prince Yonai The following survey of J apan, made two months ago by San American writer, is a timely one. It helps one to under Sstand the policy of Japan during the past few months. The article is really a story of the life of Premier Yonal, and ..we. have chosen those parts relating to the economic side of hlils work as Premier of Japan: 'Is first: press conference ,vwas prophetic, bays the survey:: He .swag gered In with a tril?cky metaphor; on the tip of his tongue: Japlian'to-day is a tripod-, whos';legs are.''disPosal of the China Iifncident, isternatioinal questions andil dfomlestic p i'obilemsrs.: A tripod cannot. be stable, unIes 'all' three legs are i osition g He ended; up having coinfessed' ft he? :ihad no sliecific plans to end ithe war, no idea' when the Chang Wdn'g-wet 'puis petry could be setup no lmore le finifte formiula, . ltai Ifsllatil i \f he .cautse',? ?f trouble .nin cleariiig ou the taon...
OBITUARY MR. W. W. RICHARDSON [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 28 May 1940
OBITUARY SMR.: W. W. RICHARDSON Tho: death ocduirred suddezily: at his hlome, : 212 'Bouke Street,: ea;tiy this moinnig, of Mr. William Wiike field Richardson aged 80 yeirst"w-". Mi 1Rlichaiidsone wo weeas .eiark-a ably active foi liiae, recently: re itunred; home from the Dibtrict;. HIs iltl; ?iwhei he had been a pliatlelit foi six weekis. Borni i York,' :'EMug litiid, he'ainie to Austi'alia'i when eit younig 'ml aii 'an folloved ?i. l , tiade nm .an ngineer.i Aboutt 2k£ yeia ?eago .M'i"r `licid slf ardn waes eilloyed a;t lie? Gotlb" aririlwa y rotilndlibuse",e mid iicc lide hii ei onieit..t id ilived? ?it Hlaiden;i; iniiaag; tiind lit: tihe' Ne. citstle: dli?trict iHeto turiedi' to Goul humi fonir inaiitiie ago.'".+_' l 3eaiiiee `ide 'wiiiaw, tlila lite Mr Richairdson .leave?asevelda ghlitt e?, Mirs iHI. -Ciay (Goultibiiri), titi (V tri), Ms. 1G. ibiowit ;(Blnalong), Lillain; iElsse ;Bessie d--Isabel bi all of Sydney;" ae nt'tw',om,sons; m (Syidl iey); iiid '?eg (Solomo' `Islandai...
District Court Civil Cases For June 11 [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 28 May 1940
District Court Civil Cases For June 11 A claim by the Goulbuin City Coiuncil for riates allegedly owing 'by James Tieritan is amongst the matttess listed. for the, District :, Cooirt rsutttings olf hich will colioience k't Goulbuin on Junioe :Other issues of interest includoea, claitit for ton ? .dtweeii ?oAHibberlt and .'the Nos.? '1 and .2 "Argyle Starr Bowkett Btllot iand S Sale Co operi?tive Society Ltd. 1(in Liquidation)' and a claibm by? Christolihdr Glenore Car roll for damages fronm Harry Coe as a result of, a nmotor car' collision?;>: .Other matters listed are as fol lows: Rogers Pty Ltd. v A;W.W Devlln (exaitination of judgment debtor); Johti Piggott .and others v.' H. , . Thynnoe: (exanilnation order anti al I plicatioti by defendant to set aside judgment); Matk ?Nicholls 'v Jolin Price :(garnishee matter with N. Stewart as garnlshee). Burns Bros. ,Pty. Ltd. v Colley ianid Harris (aipplication to set asnide judg ment) C. J. Stu'bbiigs v Collby aBind Harris (application...
SPENT NIGHT IN COLD Missing Girl Returns [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 28 May 1940
SPENT NIGHT IN COLD Missing Girl Returns After' spending an. intensely coldnight in the open with no sun stantial clothing to safeguard her from the frost, a young Goul burn schoolgirl, who disappeared Syesterday afternoon, returneu, home this morning. ,get: l 11 y'irs, tihe ,girl who re, eides - with .her .i unt inti Clinton Stireet, was the subject of an hiitenrivr ? search,l'wildli ,la.ated :well -into tui: night. Wlieij ',li -.ettirned 'iroine i"sai' wars isufferinrg sdvereoly frot cotdi '.lit showe'd rIno olther 'ill-effects? ?; The girl left dier homne sholrtly be fore 2 ipi.m. yesterlday'y toreturn?,i to school butt failed to report there ainttl w henb she:did riot roturn . Ihome after school hours : hier, Abi'asence aio'iseti 'suslilclolti anid ai., searcht wasi's :cor rmericed. Possibly -alarmied by thIe fact that the girl Was clad only in,light clotnes;" wvhich oftf'eredl little resistance.. to such- asevere fr st, the girl's relatives niotifield the 'police who,t i aIhito...
INJURED IN GAME [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 28 May 1940
INJURED IN GAME 'A schoolgirls" game oft hopscotch ended suddenly yesterday when one' of. the players fell heavily and,'inn, jured her ankle. She ,weas Betty. Gale, 13, of 12 Emmerson, Street;, ,ho it 'is stated was playing near her home shoirtly after, 4 p.m.,n vwhenvshe ,apphrently missed her footing;: inl' fell, t wisting her left foot :beneath her She. recoivedm a prolmable fra' ture and dislocation of the anikle and; following ambulance treatment .:was. taiken to ltlm Distrct I losplital.I
Western Police Control CHANGED FROM PARKES [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 28 May 1940
Western Police Control CHANGED FROM PARKES ,, IHeadquarters of thle Westein Ponde DisL'trict are to be traisa-" e' l'erreil fromn Parkes to. Oraingie . The existing police . station at Or'ane is to ie eniariged? 'y tule ai hition of exO\tii offllice aceomiimodilatioil, t tking the buildling of the fldotlia ,. line, while the poiice reaidence' next door will be iteredil to provi0 e laciliies, for tlhe new westeri?.i lid quarters. " " , " * - The suiiperinteiindent and his staff' will be lermiinenitly piaced in Oriinge wheni the trainsf'er ia made. .; ' It is ablout-i foiir years since thle. vestern lieadlquiiarters was transfel'rrei d from iasiihuirst to ParIses, whlien thlie zones of the districts were altered. S PROTEST LODGED : . D'spite. proteats firbnis Messrs. Elliott . (U C.P.; . A6sibuiiirnhi i)" iin: Suicer, lMl C., thle traii'sTer of itheli headquarteri's of thei Police Suiperin tenlent from o Pi.rkes to Oiiange 'will .take . iace.•.i . The Cliief Secretary (iMr. T'iohking)...
Becoming Modern What Goulburn Man Thought Of Suva [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 28 May 1940
Becoming Modern What Goulburn Man Thought Of Suva Perhaps the most impress.ive feature of Suva is its modern buildings which, according to Mr. C. B; Hoad, of Goulburn, who has : just returned from: a holiday there, compare most favourably" with the ;Government 'buildings at: Canberra. . "Tile block of Goveiniment litbildings is of modelin construtctioli, while.l the Romami Ca'tholic Catlidrawl is itsulierb piece of aiehitecture ," said "iMr. Hoitd yesterday. 1..; : ' '. :; ."Th natiives aro' excellent craTts i1eil, and ilany of the buildings 'have been erected entirely.by native labour. They ".ooi'k without the 'esupervision of aqwhite, foreman." ' Whil'e In Suiv, Mr. Hoad visiteild the Rev. W. Greeo, formerly of Gdoulburn, who is doing spilendid iworkl I'ti 'the Methodist ,Missioff 'over there.. Mr. Green .'wIho is enjoyifig good health, i lced ir. Iloaid to coilvey. best wish es to all hia o:ld: 'Gotilburi i'friends.'i , .:' OLD AND NEW " Sitle by i'side with the- indolrni elenole...
SNOWY RIVER Proposed Water Supply For Sydney [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 28 May 1940
SNOWY RIVER Proposed Water Supply For S Sydney :Mr: it. :.r. McKay a. consulting e'itghieer; g ; who ' was: forinerly. : executive member of the Water. : )Conseiiati- , Irrigiation ..and;.. ---';D i itinan 2. ,:cB oar~d i4 hias ipu t : Tl'orw ar.il h';; shme .-I'or-isupplyinig Syane^; !?,'al i'-,asteri,•foni the Snowy"Rie'rDve . lIe 'claimed thatb'a a u'pply.;o :owatere fi.om -thils 'soiirce 'woiildhlbe puire ce caiise it would iot t'id'irawn froit any settled aieas. lie estimated hatit the scheme -would cbet-4ass tliani: £20;000,(100. : , M r -M cKay sai -tl i il.at tlie ;water fi• i tro : -Sn owy1 :in 'ivgi w oul I- not o ly -?ive to ,Sydney.a :iri0iiiaient. supply; o: unquestioab i iib i aity,;but lii additionf,'all iiti veiiiing towiia iand .eilla?geK -wofiuld be ,iervedl ;ind ithe water cobild?i?So be siippleii rt6.ttiiis ault'paistbral' holdiigs ovei the ah oie lqegtIu o.lithe pipe leelite. ' .. He-- conimeieidedii' te Witel G Boa-il for-rits decision ito uis.,tlie-W i'., .gam...
"WIZARD OF OZ" Now Screening At Empire [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 28 May 1940
"WIZARD OF OZ" Now Screening At .Empire Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer's film version of "The. Wizard of Oz" continues to attfract" delighted audiences to the Empire Theatre a?nd those who miss the picture will hiave themselves to blame for it's one of the highlights of screen history . . 'The Wizardn of Oc" is exactly: what you. would e.spect and, on the oither liand, it is' farr more thtan you ex.pect I:f = you hope thait L. Flrank Bauiin's beloved story, which childrien anid grown-utps Ii ive lbeen d.levoltiing 'igreeddily fori almost forty yearis, has not *eei turne?dilinto something 'in •recognisable you .ihave no need' for enarsi Everythilit Is therle eveirtliing tlai~ttumade it a fascinating. fantasy.'. SAudieinces last iight sat in riipture over the music aidl. colour, chiciacled With glee over siparklintg dialogue and lyrics, laughed :at tdelightful events. thirilled to the story's action; poliped: thelii eyes open in amazeinentt it the greatest -colourt camera magic e50leidreamned 'e...
CROOKWELL Good Market For Stock [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 28 May 1940
CRO OK WELL Good Market For Stock CROOKWELL: At the special stock sale held( by the .Z., Loan and M.A.. Co Ltu Iid,, /Fity, approxiitte ?ly;,000': shlief'Verpe. offered ol Cipetiti iiwattI ees'-k ' throughout. fi ao 1llcit ;and vi it ing buyers, t:at'slieedp":l Ikingti..'.: t o 2 6 / 3 i ? " : : : ' , ' ' : Crossbredlambs so011 to iS/t, 'ilit inferiori a ,ith il ?il'ambs solil don'. to 11/3. .\ieriio?? feav s , nflhile front 11/b to 11')f miei.lo wlieei's '?",?i 'to 16/4; mnerino ewes ,2 and 3 'eiiit, 16/7; do, ad yeais 9/ to15/ ' The. cattleminiiitket w?ias '?very fiit, compeltitioil i:eig p?aiticuilarily "k een The 56 'hiid ofifat cfttiit- ytied yero " of nice quality. B,. lloekqsol to £16/1l-/, steels -:t'.o . 7/6 o to Sales were:.-26 fat e, 5:i 1 1id; e", 21// Sxliii lnis,, ,1/.-t,.1 xli" ,.2G%' 2 " 11 id: lis, 16: 17 do; 12/. ;'4b1, xbd ins, ..18/10; 63 Soitliiloid ti. e'7/4. ; ?1 xbd lims, 16/i ; 33(in ? v t1/6 " 1i2' xbd iens, 15/9, 48 I?rnW, ; 47 r S e;. 3/10' '12"S chic e, ...