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CRITICAL DAY IN COMMONS World Interest In London [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 7 May 1940
* Lond on LONDON, Tuesday: World interest is centred in the debate in the House of Commons to-day. : :; i)an.v signs miiake it cleal' t .t tile wlh.olic world is aiitiligthlc i risult o l' &lt;v eihttc (on the c(ilidluct or tihe war. The Opltiositio lihas, noLt deciddctl ( move a vote ofl cniisre iand r. ill hot dl i6:hilitil atftcr: >Ir. (Chamlriltni 'hlias nIlaidc his add.lress. .' : ' InI any-event it is regarded as Un likely that' the Governmelnt could :be defeated on a vote of censure. The, geneial belief appears to be thlit after "efending Micr. ;Chamber lain, .'Mir. Chuiichill willbe: given widrl puowersi for the conduct' ofthe Keenll interest is shown;in the de bate in France. anil ii',Paris there is criticism of the conduct of. the cam neign by. tlie cumbersome., coulici!, which compiales , ulifavourably, with Ihe lightninglg methods of the totall tairii States. i'The )iuly Mail has iipblisit ed' 'a sugg'ited Cabinet, -wilh L:vord'" Hiliifax. is Prime 11 inister,...
Still Pushing North Hitler's Troops Make For Narvik [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 7 May 1940
butll] tusiang. North Hitler's Troops Make For Narvik LONDON, Monday: Hitler's Alpine troops are pushing'::;:. northward along hazardous mountain tracks, their objectives.'i.; being not only Bodo and the re'ief of Narvik, but the establish- ;':: ment of air bases and eventually the capture of Hammerfest: and Kirkenes, to give the Germans a new line of .cqmmiunica- :' tion with Russia. , r . , The -Britisl War Office communique to-night, stoiled thl r is ,nolting to report' fromi the nurvik areia. . . (Geriuain troops ii'e now norih ol'Mi iiiid (crniiin aiiithouni . t ics hint thl it .thl ir pri' ncipal ti ik i-s to csti, lislh i ir )nhses l ' ,: Swhich thei thi dciil dive-boimber cani operate :-anil ,ai r triii-:, ,: ports can refiuelt on their, way..n orthwanrd.. : : ; '' '..: It is pointed out that if :.the Ger mans can cctipy' Kirkenes, they .will be able to trade with Russia through Finland, as thils right is given Russia unlder the treaty signed at the close of the Russo-Finnis...
"Must Outblitz Any Blitzkrieg" [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 7 May 1940
Mbust Outblitz Any _s litzkrieg" WASHINGTON,.lonilday: lBrigai dlier-Geilei'rl George V. Strong, the Amimy's:dchief strategist,; ina speech o-=day emplhiisised, that thle .United States must be prepared to "outblitz any. lilitzkrieg"'in the, Western hemi sph re:' :: Ie said ?hat' the -development of aeroplanes and higlhyi fimechanised. forces made. it a stark realistictieces sityfor :t'he' United Stites' to lie ready' to' furnishs aid( swiftly to the other iv:estern'rlitiotls if, ttheir terri torial i'ltegrity ~'was viola'ted.. 11'The : establishmnent' of foreign ba;ses'.in North or South Amnioerica would be a .eoiuallyl dIangrous threat agiilnst the United States as against the counltry' i?n :whose territory the stronghold, was seized.
RAIN IN SYDNEY [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 7 May 1940
RAIN IN SYDNEY SYtNEY, Tuesday: Heavy rain fell in many parts of the metropolitani area last 'night.' The' Water Board .was disappointed when it.learned that little rain was received in the catchment area dur ing the past 24 hours. The only.rain recorded .was six points at Sh'er brooke
NOT DEFEATED [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 7 May 1940
NOT DEFEATED '` w','LONDON;, Mont y WVel'cdoming'the Anglo-French troops oi theo: arrlv?l tfrom. Noi'way, GeneeralliofiiIdel sai?::' Telll yiour people ,io.w you fought anii1? ihowyou'returned l with youru tails'up. 'Doinotit'hllii yiiou were driven'out of Nodrway !?:You~were ord?eied back, uid:tli sgre t"thlig : ysi:yautirdisipilitne whliichl rough'tyou out." Thle-tro6ps lanlded': at" northern lioits' oii''Suuiidy.'. :
FATAL ACCIDENT [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 7 May 1940
C lve Coliingoodu ;Evan; 19 who .was killed to 'ether with his cousin, Geoffrey. Wi-llim,;,. :?.? when. their :nmotor; cycle crashed into a motor car it Dirtimmoyne ori Siunday hight, was a: .eident of Rugby, in: the Croot well district, ,liere his parents are ongaged 'n l fitrming: Evans' funeral will . take place 'at Ruiby this after-. 100n.:
NEWS IN BRIEF [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 7 May 1940
NEWS IN BRIEF The' executives 'of the Victorian and ",New. South Wales Taxpayers' Asso'ciattlon,; at' a meeting in: Sydney yesterday,'decided to urge t'he Com monWiealth,: Government. to hbrlngi Fpressureis on .the States' to reduce thei tafatio. ' - mA" -mouse plague' similar o that ?hich caused' greatdamage to wheat in 19I7,lis feared in country districts. There has been an enormous in crease in their numbers in some dis trits :recently.
COUNTRY AND LORD MAYOR'S FUND [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 7 May 1940
COUNTRY? AND . il ORD 'MAYOR'S FUND SYDNY, Tuesday: The honorary adininiLtrator of the Lord':Mayor's PDtii ti?ld ( nd War Fund, !Mr. C. T. Docleei ;gild to-day that whilk soshe county lpati'iotic funds' haid ex'hibited 'ielta ace.in supporting the':central :bt~niiationl 'others were giving. sup' Sh li' ymnicipliltles and slitree wero I ll' accodl (wiith:the appeal to sup ioit'.:Lhe C'iitialltl'fund;, addtled Mr.:
UNEMPLOYMENT IN GREAT BRITAIN [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 7 May 1940
UNEMPLOYMENT IN GREAT BRITAIN .:LONDON; Monday: The' number of unemployedi persons.on the registers ini Qieot -Britain fell below 1,000,000 dtiilng ,the month ended April 15 andliia the lowest recorded since the eid 1'920, when the extended un he?iploymeilnt -iisurance scheme came into-opedrtion. The total was 982,695, c t.d41crease:of 671,695 In 12 months.
SELECTIONS BY "TRACKITE" [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 7 May 1940
SELECTIONS BY TRACKITE" .Hurdle 'Race.-MAG MORT 1, Sir Leijhton 2, PhIl 3 S:Fourteen-Two Handicap CS TERIA ,1, Lady Gay 2;' Iltheon Flying':; Handicap.- GRAND=" COY 1, Postman 2; AladdIn 3 Encourage?',:i Handicap, ,First; : Division.-LAVENGIj?O 1, High Dividend 2, Avant Tout" 3.'.: Second Division-LADY MAR CONIGRAM 1;" Gradgery; 2;, Lady:'";ý Houston 3.. Rosebery Handcap-WILLIAM . VONT 1,. Early Bird 2, Hilartious 3. P-orlressive Handicap.- THE TATTLER 1, Tinker .Bell 2, Glit tering Flame 3.
ROSEBERY RACES Fields For To-morrow [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 7 May 1940
ROSEBERY RACES Fields For To-moirtiow Acceptors:. for, tld Rosebery -Racel Club's meeting?.to ? be held. tonmoll:owv are as follow:-; Mag:loi (11),10 9 ,Phil (1)'0.7) , Bogan Boy' ,(9) 9 8,' Montague (1) 9.4, PadaS e (10 ) 9.2 Saratoga (5) 02 Wandoo (2)90f Sir DIac (3) 90 Sl Leighton (0) 90 WVlndjani iner ?($) 0 Trekster (7i) 9 FOURTEEN- T-OI HANDICAP 0 DuBnucas (3) 9 9 Kentucky (9) 8.10 Lady Gay (I) 8 10, Ilatheon (2) ;10 Conasan (10) _7.18 Cisteria (7) 7.3; (1) 7 .0' i ereton 0(8) 770 'Daaing ( i) 7.0. "FLYING HANDICAP, 6f.?? Allailin (1j 3)81,'. iJ3y (1(5) 4"Si, nOn (10) .2 MI2lssi(2) .S.2 Royal Poittiin, (.1d 7J0 a Bestop (S?. i K10;' KN Py O tiý (.''7.,) I Vest'al (7)j?87. l n?i Vitilei (14) 7.,0 ilkaoisn (10) 0 7.6,Bon balatii (121 7:i; di Cligllt (6)? 7.2," ? .erry ? y (9) 7.0, 'Cooi'n. ENCOURAGE HANDICAP, f6)! SBrIaveBird : (18); 8.12,' io D'avidendI (! 2)' 'i.,;Bl'ui swicel ;'Joy's: ( I) S.8; F"linip Color () SS-.? , LaTvenito :i(5. p.8, Binialinis (9 18 i,8;,'Avnt i Tdst (...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 7 May 1940
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MEN'S HOCKEY IN GOULBURN Season Opened With Trial Games At Kenmore CLOSE CONTESTS SEEN [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 7 May 1940
MEN'S HOCKEY . ,IN GOULBURN Season Opened With Trial Games At Kenmore CLOSE CONTESTS SEEN Two trial hockey matches .were played at Kenmore on Saturday after;. noon, the first between North ,GoulA burn and Kenmore. followed by0;:: match between C.Y.M.S. and West;,' Play in the Kenmore v ,North Gouili burn match commenced tit a fast iate,' and North, combining :splendidlyl soon had play in Kenmore territory.; As a result of a scramble' in fionit'o Kenmore's goal, Lamb; netted ?.;fo; North, the ball striki.ng amlie joti'thel goal posts and mrebounding?'iif itlie goal.' A few minutes later :J.T:.McAleer scored tnother goal ,foi, Nortli-, g.livingl1 the side a 2-nil lead. At this stage it seemed likely that North would overwlhem :' the home side; as Walker, the Kenmore goal keeper, was .having' a bisy ti?eie an? often effected soine sp~lendid saves. The highlight of' ;lithe~i~atch:icaile dinst liefoie, ffilttime, hiefl i tith ilisphiiy ing: splendid comn binition tianlsfe ired play fromn...
Bungendore Control Of War Funds [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 7 May 1940
Funds BUNGENDORE: At a meeting of the.;Que'ii'be?an and, ,Yarrowlumla Shire Patriotic and Whar. Fund. Conn inittee, considerable dlscussion- arose fromn a request from Bungendore that thiat cenitire be allowed to conitrol its ow 'funds ',raised for patriotic anid war purposes ,' Blungendore ,,d s represented by Messrs: Ballie Jansieson aid Free-. gendore District War Comforts aird Patriotic. Fnd Coinmittee asking the Yar'rowiunmla and Quenbeyan coni mittee to: recomiend ; to the :Lord Mayor's Fund. Committee ththat 1Bn gendore be allowed to 'act independ-_ ently 'of Yairowlunila and' Quean beyani. Opinion was evenly divided on the matter;' and a motion to .reconi mienidlthe request to the Lord :layor's FIunnd. Committee was 1otly 1carried ot1 the casting vote of theechairiman. iFarmeirs around lDoeniliquiin ,who have been' iff'nh doldrums, of wi?heat growing for .years are. planninig greiat developnients in inixed farm-' iig. New' studs of British siheel' aire being establisheid. : ...
GYMKHANA ABANDONED Decision Due To Retailers' Stand [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 7 May 1940
Decision Due To Retailers' Stand In view of the attitude adapted by the Retailers' Asso-.' clation in declining to observe a holiday, the Goulburn' com mittee of the Lord Mayor's Patriotic and War Fund decided,.: at a. special meeting held last night, to abandon the gjmkhana set down for Thursday, May 23. In the, course of a lengthy 'dis cussion, a motion that the, gymkhana. be` held. as planned was. moved by" Ald. 'A.. Good'hew and. seconded by Ald. E. J. Darcy, but this: was lost. to :an amendnen:t:t moved by AMr. R. 'J5. McLealn that:ithe function. be abandon ed:..' ,The: layori Ald.. T. P 'Maiion,; who presided; said' he had taken the, liberty of calling ,the ilectilig in view of the reply :received from. the Re tailers' Associationi. He'' felt that without .,the co-operation of every section of the." people ,it would hje difficult to make a'", success of ths sports. "I am very?sorry about the whole inmatter: .Nothing has given me more trouble, -especially, at:a, ,time when unit...
FAILURE OF POTATOES Report By Department [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 7 May 1940
FAILURE OF POTATOES Report By Department SYDNEY, Tuesday: Tho effect of the recent dilought.upon crops ,. n'. some of- the: piricipal .potato '.districts is revealed: lbyj figures . just .issuied' by :theo Planrt 'Food. Advisory Council ,of New -Souith:i Vitles coiicerning its. trials in the western: and, /southeril? tableland ,In thle ivetern' district the mealn yield 'per are fiom trial cirops:.dig (luring. tfe past few: .veelis was 2. 425, tons to thie' acre; whereas th e average in previous years'.' trials was '4.3375 tonsl ,:In th.e douth'ern: district the trial crops were': a total :failure whereasi thle average over a pei'iod of :years has been 7.37 5 tons to.; the: acre. The figuros for- the: cur!eent seasoli represenit the: gross' yields : without deducii'n'. for lunsaleaile,, tubers;u of vwhlich 'the percentage is repoi ted' to be:i lnusually high. SDuring the gro\vth of the crops in the centres named the rdinfall' was muich below the average for the same pleriod inll past...
TALLONG Fruitgrowers' Meeting [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 7 May 1940
TALLONG Fruitgrowers' Meeting TALLONG: A meeting of tlie Tallong branchli of the Flruit growers' Federation .was held in tile Memorial Hall. A ,letter w-was: read ,from Orange asking :for. co operation in ,forming a :Defence League so that a more united stand C:could hbe made against the many illnjustices of" tie present Apple and' Pear FPool: being icarried through another. season.' 'As * Tallong is affiliatedt .with the N.S.W. Federatidn, which' is; already lookliig. after :the orchadists' inter ests; it .was agreed, to :let the imatter. l'emaln 'in. abeyance' until sudch time as a definite policy .was decidedcton by the parent body.. It'was consider ed- inilmical-to0 the best interests' :of the groweirs to have two bodies work lih to the one endi e " " ': , ' .-'; ,. : " * The delegate to the Sydne- con ference; .Mr. :Frank Morris; gave a resumnie of the iproceedings of that meeting. He * remarked. that figures takeni from the- official: year *book would make it .clear why the po...