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RUSSIAN PETROL [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 28 May 1940

RUSSIAN PETROL In ?ash ington It Mar.?h lai t State De?pariinoiit officials;. e:igert to1 find` ouVth? sittiation: in the Sov"let; oil fiiilodis, eonfiefi, d -'vithlili roit Uis. liti'oleiu?dintli c 1 ,1 l ho ,- il 0 o f?i e'wveeks' "igo wvere working in lthe So~oit >IUnio i tt Ua., Sii't0ovi ill OGrozill in the Caiucasuis, . ;.:', .' ngilieere Al Miller,0 N: Rays ntussen'1andHu8:1Igh' todnlit I s i(d1 that Russia !?tdoda?, lii'roIdes ilitc tlo lie.ietol of' high octane :ratinig (80or ;ni'me)m Of the thine bovilet beino rie at vlili they oW1ied, the n'ineers 8 i(tt Oinly Uta mty he ahle 0li1 tly to 'pi odnee C(sotn1i el liili. tdst' gga' '?but thiey tholilglt' S?ilratov and Gro0zili will: be nmutch d(1tyel4d in completion. - q a,. .,Condition .fin iovieto.liiIt?? Ct ? n erally, as '-well as iin theioil;lindlustrly, they desl ibed" as ; " (iI?"sai?i this -8(tlet" toshhota`e? of engifieeis (1ii1 tihe tendeiicy of "Soviet labour to drift eiidhesaly :fro'?i.johf?to :jbb?'Thl h iI iiI...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CLOUDY DAYS IN THE SOUTH [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 28 May 1940

CLOUDY- DAYS: IN THE SOUTH FORECAST Some isctteied showers on the_ coii aind adjaceit; highlands ;. ':otherwivse.. foi, the present: mainly :lfine;'' mild' '(diiy, temperaitues cold: nigti tli fhosts ii thee, soiitheirn and eaest ern Jilanid _ disticts; mo rigii fogs, dense in parts of ;the. highi lands - teildency ,toli ecotiing cloudyy and: uinsettlted ovel the southern 1-1iren1 - .iani 10i1tthern border distilcts; soine showers About Thursday; ,light' to firesh soutlh-easti td niorth-eoast winds.

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Appointed Army Chaplain Rev. S. Russell Scott [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 28 May 1940

Appointed Army iChaplain ": " R sellSo0 Rev. S. Russell Scott ho i -;Rev'S. Ituesell Scott, who re contrily offered lisi servicesaas , ; chlihsln, has beein acceipted; by .the AustiallahsIMilitary Forces Beyon; enoe cofnnrin hisa ipoltintnt,' Re Motirn Scott; hias i'e. celved fno inifdinimation as to wheho ,will .be. called tolp;:o .dfityd.: -H-eIs well-kniowi -as thei,,llidlstei; of St. Andrew?'s Piesbyteo Ian Churcl',, ' As aniiouncedesterday', 'Rev.; Jolhn Baskin, of rSt ISaviour's Cathedral staff,', has also enlisted for service with the 2nd A.I.F. is ia chaplain.. it a i?el?rnedi this iorning, that Mr.. Roy Edinonds, of the Go0lburn Electoral Staff, has ' passed 'all medical exanmlnations for the A.IF., and will soon proceed to camp. 1i

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SCARLET FEVER [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 28 May 1940

SCARLET FEVER The numbelr of, scarlet fever pati ents at the District Hospital was in creased to 26 with the admission yes terday of a Gunning resident. A slight outbreak of 'the fever occurred at Dalton and at Gunning a few weeks ago, the doctor ordering the patients to be removed to the Yass District 'Hospital in view of the seri. ous accommodation problem which the District Hospital was facing at that time.

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DOWN TO 27 DEGREES [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 28 May 1940

DOWN TO .27 DEGREES A low temperature was recorded ill Gotlburn again this Inmornitig when the mnerctury, dropped to 27 degrees. The reading was only two degrees higher than the-minimumn temperature yesterday which was the coldest morning experienced in Goulburn since August 1938.

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SOME HINTS [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 28 May 1940

Thin' slices of, pumpkin dusted . with flour, pepper aidlsalt, and -' "hied irio'bilingfa fat'adelieous,. To'ikeep ai thermos flask sweet, arid dry when not in:use., w.ash Siarid drain it well anid put into *it several pieces of charcoal. The flask may then be corked, S narnd; even if not ,-used for i:' months will.be perfectly sweet , and cIean when -required. Starch will not stick if it is stirred i :.,wth a wax candle immediately it is made

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 28 May 1940

WINTER RESISTANC E There is no ing to equala Ov itine for giving Res stance <<3=, •- .ntry \- - ,to .t el" ,7 z s } 11th' Wthew Prices: 1/9, 2/10, 5/. -,' at all Chemists "nd Stores \ . . :,' : A. WANDEI LTD., 1 YORK STR rET N 11. SoDNU. 010.1240 - !i quaality sa , h- 4x A FRODUCi OF CLIFFORD LOVE & CO. LTD., SYDNEY -i w el a s g ma m mi an DIES SLEEP REFRESH YOU? Do louJan p.ln thfctiinorini a cager aad:- fieftslicd- :or trawl 'tlirough~ heavy and litslI a dy.'n slack?. D a eat.,ll, aid feel ivell after " -meals' 'a:doeres a 'inedal make you tire' l 'and..sleeIpy? - W\Vli indt Ti t'yours g and n bettKr heal s All thiese I tle sign point irstipatilt dion ma's lie "regu ir". But if ".timin, ?a is not complete, poisom remain, get into your blood. A d if voiir blood isn't clean how an you be'well? SThere is: an hionest prescriptioni for " this'monadition-i-Krusehen Salt The anhilvsis is mtatle. It a't the lair i est iff Its t i li1stitu on. It d'csan'i Nel...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE MEN WHO FIGHT [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 28 May 1940

THE MEN WHO FIGHT The battles to save what is left of Belgium and that part, of northern France yet in Allied liands still rage furiously. We oiut. here are almost impotent, althouigh our fate is wrapped up in what will be the final outcome of the struggle. That the nation here has awakened to the -dang ers is plain enough, for every where men are offering their servicees to help in the struggle wherever it may be. But in- the iapmediate fighting in Belgium, in deciding the outcome, we are impotent. unless that wonderful upsurge of the best that is in us, which came out on Sunday in response to the King's wish, can help support those real heroes who are fighting, it would seem almost deathlessly, against the terrible odds we have allowed to grow up against them. It is not often that we indulge in super latives, but these are times when superlatives expressed in words are but feeble formulae for the thoughts that are in us. • If ever there was such an occasion, this is it. Magnificen...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 28 May 1940

31. ,D al ?d o a T JIAU G X'2 T.Q., SaXa TQ Can You rea hem at O2 et? This simple test is mer y to give -...-9Frer you some idea whethlcr r not you. o t . . _ --- are suffering from one particular ii -form of cyey..eakness. If you ' , ." lhavc dull headaches r aching eyes, feel drowsy, una le to con o n r rdeto makel this tesriisn an centrate, it is almost "rtain that o r ina'ry, room,-hold 'this advertise. mn tin front of you whilst stand. your sight is faulty and you 'in '10 fet from a mirror. If you should consult Gibb asd Beeman ilh n read the letters in the mirror it?l y will be 20 feet fronm your eyes. immediately. E pert Eye Service for your b nefit Gib & Beeman will test your eyes with the finest optic I apparatus ye invented and make the exact glasses shotuld you n ed them ir. th ir own optical laboratories. Don't neglect your eye on account of your.financial position. Consult us with regard to tlhe method of obtaining our expert eye service and glasses for yo rself...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WAR FUND Almost £500 In Hand [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 28 May 1940

WAR FUND Almost £500 In Hand Since yesterday £82/12/7 has been received for the Goulburn Patriotic and.Var Futnil, bring ing the total to £476/11/5. It is understood that approximately £150 of the above amount has been spent locally in the purchase of wool len : materials; while a -cheque,. for £100, together with £130 worth, of' msade tiup comforts . has beeni for warded to head office..: It is expected that over £10O0 wvill result` froinm the Baby Show, held on Saturday afteriioon;, and; the. comin mittee are confident of raisitnig £200 or, £300 ifrom .various functions -ii the.' near futiure.. ...i.. ... Included in the lonatiotis received yesterday was a cheqlue for £50 from Miss 'F. Faithfull;, of Springfield.:: To yesterday £393/li%10 had been acklnowledged. Subsequent doinatioins are: : J:: Coles ?ind Co £2/2, Ttilly_ Park .Golf Club datiice £12/96?. Ad nilistrative Staff of lthe 'Municipal Couincil (first contrflibutloii) : £1/, A.MR. Society picture niglit £2/4/6, Miss F. F...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WAR SAVINGS Hospital Staff To Help [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 28 May 1940

WAR SAVINGS Hospital Staff To- Help Anxious to assist further in the war effort, all members of the District Hospital staff have agreed to join a weekly contribution scheme, by which it is hoped to purchase a £5 War Savings Cer tificate each month. " In addition to the schlieme, ithestaff dom' months ago formed a, knitting circle foxr the purpose of mnakling Qenm forts foi thie soldlers.. The, iembers buy. their own: wool, and have alrheady completed numerous pairs' of s.ocks and pullovers whicu have been foryarded to the govern ing body iii Sydney. - 1."•l

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ANXIOUS BUT STEADY GAZE Britain Watches German Drive [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 28 May 1940

ANXIOUS BUT STEADY GAZE Britain Watches German Drive L O. D1()N, I3Olindy: 'Thei Gi" - "nkn drive on the 1,)rtinch coal 't ?ist.l~icilig ?waitched bly' the 3i+Htis]~.:?. L 0ibli??1 ithO diiois,'st?cuI gih . ;, uandl'";ol'li o ' scl oing uiOl ,.`r: ' i ,i'rere i i ifull' appreci tioi ? of tle? act , thtii the ;13itish islani a i ei?;l0ow "' right iln e ewvat:i one bhu'? this 1.ha. done 'tiig toslial e?the coiffidence;. of the British people in ultimate4 1:haL faith is ."gi'ounde"d ?,inf three oii ;`y.; fidece Of,'r tile 'su'peiioiity; a1-'fllI oir -ile, of the 3ritish .iisoiiiter. fbhe .Becaunse ofudifulsuifi n obtfaihni-f ing' certii ain e types of aircaft frot: Biritain, Australia's: plan of aircrafi. conestruction is likely 'to he recast:.c,.

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 28 May 1940

ENTERTAINMENTS ~10 \ 0e, heQ T wj E iJfý P CJ ~ ~ Q/ f~l ` ~ ~ ~ ~ Th0 B 7 .9` 0pes 6' ea e ~ o l cý C,, c h 1t o a to"'b Li RIT e ; ~ 0~v I I f COU SING T MIINATIONS close Wed cesday iat 5 :`.ii. fo the Meeting to be - he I on Saturda.? Night Next. rims will bei held To-ni it at H.7.L: BROADI AD. I: 'S HERE AGAI TfII Night on hich you ha arvellous ti e. Of course t is the Railway Dig ers' Younger Set )ai e again, to 'b held in the 1?ail way Institute Ne~t Thursday, 30th May Do not mi. it. N. NASH Hon; Secrem r-. Can You Cook Four Cur s At Once Y ucan you hav m" ode tomati Gas Cooky in you itph he dish n he osovi, fix the heit regulator and for get it. The Automatic Oven is it revelaiion to housewives. ASK ABOUT EASY TERMS GOULBURN GAS CO. Yo Don't R pair. Y ur Own atch EN anything goes wr ng with 'outr timepiece you ' raturally send it to a reliable jewellen -a spec iilisl it whoi knows his job. S\hy niot, then, send the I ouselhold 'wasl ins to the Mo.:fern La ndry Co. Seale week?...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 28 May 1940

HIGH VALUE WINTER COATS LOW PRICED! WIN ER COATS The most fashionab lines are shown at "The Corner," and when it's a question of a w Coat then it's a question readily answered at The Corner... e know that for style, fit aind quality tihescso Coats are outstandi g. . ..'' There; is a speciali splay in "The Corner' s ' rain window, so see for yotqseltjq HIGH ALUE, LOW PRICED COATS . TWO OUTSTANDING VALUES IN SPORTS COATS SI7 x11 + 'ALL.U 'I" r t O BOUCLE COT Imagine Ita Colt ofthis file qua.llt 'All W'ool Boucle, with rits bsmini-ogli: texture : .t+t at such a modaest p ti'e f Perfect, fit ting and fully lined' ,iylti-Rli ,?yo T'1itffeta. Colours are Blue, "Brown;Gr?Gen. id .Beige. Sizes S.W to ?V?. :: S're IM ATION POLO CGOATS and Silver 1cx: Cellar TAILOREDITCOATS coArs wIri'i'i UP-I'o-'ro-mE ALL ONE :'PRICI" .MINUTE FAS ION FEATURES 'ow i f you're wari gi an;uirit nintend Coat O SW.I.... " G II"NE S ladt's parttloularly siart,. thelfi here is at UNi'l?E El) PLEAlTM anii Srice group...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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Splendid Work By Air Force Hurricane Fighters Could Find No Enemies [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 28 May 1940

Sp end d Work By 0 Air Force Hurricane Fighters Could Find No Enemies LONDON, Monday: Preliminary reports show that 28 enemy ai ecra ft were destroyed or seriously damaged by British fighters to day. Five of the R.A.F. fighter, are reporterd missing. It was officially stated in Paris that British and French planes shot down 66 German mrachines during the five-hour .battle over Boulogne yesterday. During the course of Brit.sh bomber operations last night squadrons heavily bombed ene ny air bases in Bslgium, Hol land and Western Germany, where they disorganised road, rail and river traffic over a wcde area from the hRineland to the French frontier. T'ypical o.f the scople of thle effect, iveness of tile lnight's, activities. wvas tile record of one heavy bombel, which . within 0'. 3 minutes scored direct lilts on a"mechaisised colUtinl onl a main road niear iBi ussels,:ex. tinguished one0 searchlight withl,.. bomb, a.seccnd, searchlight .with :a machine-gun, wreckeds a a railway bridg...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Satanic Mind Of Nazism [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 28 May 1940

Satanic Mind Of Nazism DBERLN, Monday: Autliorised quarters statte that the Amierican Charge d'Affaires has been seriously warned that the Allies have planned to or have alr'eady carried out. a "criiniinal atteiipt" against :the American liner President' Roosevelt, whilch is en route to Galniay to re patriate Amnericaiis froni .Brtnitn' WASHINGTON, ,Moniday: The iSthate Department has leceived fron iG.eat Britain and Gernlmany assulacii?c?a that the President Roosevelt '-will not be attacked. SiThe German -allegatioh;on however, that the lBritish have a plot ready. to sink the 'liiner' has givn rise toethe sun.picion 'thiit:. tlhe Geiiin s thlem selves ate aie'contelilplatiig an attiack on the liner W ith tlte o.bject ?of putting the blame ion Br itainti . r Thel t linertvill carry? alboit 1000.; ias Siengers.

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MONTGOMERY TO AID ALLIES [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 28 May 1940

MONTGOMERY TO AID ALLIES :LONDON, Tuesday: Robert \.onit gomery,`the famous actor, who Is 36 years of age, is going to Fra ce 'to drive an ambulance.

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
IN A BLACK-OUT Some Of The Happenings [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 28 May 1940

IN'A BLACK-OUT Some Of The Happenings Following. ar'e ,daY's iTcord ing's 5iifie' a bulack-?utii i o uon T'l'housands of e.Itple hias:e :lost their. black-outs ,"sixth lisense" ;,nowi that they triavel: homne fi oiitworl .b1y ldaylight,' s_'is iytlhe 'Natloniil;? Safety First Associaltion; whicl)is 'to dis eust bladk-outl pr1oblenis at1 a specia congress in May. Herei are soine afthe ;queer bladck out accidents reportd to tIthoe associa tioini Wliei two, io.ilpdstin? s collidied: in a qluiet suburbani e stieet one; had his 11ipe10 kniocked do;ib 1 litsbHtliroiio.t Prolipt iledical att eitioit'l saveodiisi life. . . Ain able eaman traellIng to Iath- stepped out when t -letIn stopped. outside. a sattitioin' cliniboed a ih'e .feitce. fell .i ft'tilto tie River Avo01ilid wias ies'ctie'ed i'll.e swyni ining uashoeie lttle' Lle;:orse''. .. An eIlghty-year-old ? nvoman : 1io fell downi a flightlit of .steps leading to i. basement flati was lunhuirt 'exept Sfo 'i i bliack eye ".' : . ," . B...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MONSTER OF DEATH [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 28 May 1940

MONSTER OF DEATH This is one of the biggest of the French tanks moving over all in its way.

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 28 May 1940

FLORIST IVItEATIIS and the Finest Floran Work Cut lowers, etc. The: b ep burnSeed .and Nur.e... @ Co,? ", t~ood ew, a the ieadi PlorJstn ur Vi9toria St nr 148? day 'or night. M i, ttr Wreaths, v t prS y, i t Flnowera, etc. n640 lav 'n c t. No. 318 Au e DRESS AND FASHION 3E\ Nedwork and tto s, the tine .obit able, at Br'a herta HEDEý'I'I' / e.'\G 3d ya d ; Pe' ng Buts oCvered Hend no 6W.sitt Pasr. PCi oie 670. YOU'I 1, I.ji-in Stvie tth .-?\arie Nes.i "' aido." tin ,'EttA e, W / Esndf'Oo" 21/. Nex rji l' Sttu tone 144. -EN I' .i ats4-ulxttxur ons: Ful, Coats. Cape, Tht overs and Choir s, now n erc Auy tun Street.e pri is P'eri Au n Street. PROUD OF OUR REPUTATION T]HE Adelaide Tailoring Cornt lpany is justifiably proud of lhe ood nai..n it has e? acrl vei /arh Aiall a cental of trt da?fg. t l i firm i ln't afford a di. at isl 1 1 c 1ist fier; that' "ot ur guLItnteeuf a lperfect torigorg job. ADELAIDE TAILORING CO., LTD. I)3ya1l Hotel IBldg. G(oulburn BUNGONIA Buy your copy of the GOU...

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