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

KNOCK -O T WITE S LE- Commences Thursday Next, 30th May FOR 10 DAYS ONLY! Don't Miss This Opportunity to Get Your Winter Needs at These Knock-out Pre-war Prices MEN'S DEPARTMENT Men's Moulton Cloth Dressing Gowns. Huge Range Boys' Tweed Overcoats. Good patterns and nicely cut. New patterns. D.B. style 1 /11 HEAVY FLEECY PANTS AND SING- TRIM'S KNOCK-OUT 4/1 PRICED FROM ..... A /1 LETS. All sizes. 2/6 SALE, each . 14 ..A. 11 KNOCK-OUT SALE, each . .' TRIM'S (FOR YOUR Heavy Weight Wool and Cotton 2 Sleeve EXTRA SPECIAL SNAP TRIM'S FOR YOUR SSinglets. . 3/ 1 FOR FIRST IN BLNKGrey WhiteTS TRIM'S SALE, each .... Grey White Men's Warm Flannelette Pyjama Suits. 7 Only GENUINE COWHIDE 54 x 72 . .. 17/11 25/ Well cut. SM.. M., OS a i LEATHER OVERCOATS. Fully 63 x 81 26/6 32/6 TR Wel SNTER SALE, pr. 3/11 lined. Full belt. Guaranteed 5 72 x 90 . 34/6 39/6 ?i TRIM'S WINTER SALE, pr. JJ 1 years. Usually 90/.II______ 34/ 39/6 Men's Bonds All Wool Athletic Singlets TRIM'S KNOCK-OUT 9 or Elastic Tcp...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BAD TOWN BOYS, GOOD IN COUNTRY [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 28 May 1940

BAD TOWN BOYS, GOOD IN COUNTRY LOND)ON: Evacuation is help ing to turn London's little crim inals into good citizens. It has improved their. mental outlook, say the probation officers, and .gvloen them a better view of life., juvenile crime was expected t {incre Ie.insteadr o ly a few 'culpritg iare coming before the children's mogma Istrates; tr S(c=,°,'since the wae began' onlyo?ne :.court: ban been open Iin London . :id?ur:'more '-were' opened, last nt?, h but? .only to makie it easier or children to reach them Mi":;\is'ndeasley senior >piobation = officer for one :of th'? ''coirts said. to theSunday Express: 'Twro-thirds ofI bte children I tn my area are now 'back, and .Iam agreeably "surprised t'4 the sinall numbei of cases. CHANGED VIEWS "Evacuation has, miade a big :ini provenient. One 'boy wvho ihaid beeni giving great trouble at homie, aind had ?een iot on probatiotoi wa vs evacuated from eptember to :Christmoas. "He returned' vwith a, much better low of life,- after see...

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

MARKET PRICES The aAe stzlhi Wheit loar quotatlons for- export wheatt are til altereid to day. Old bulk lots:aire. 'quotedl at' 4/ '?al, bagged .inlllei's pircels at4 43 4 i, bushel. I ilces so Stisse.v Street to-day were :'Potatoes Tasmalinl?an £10 to £11i eggs- new-,laid 2/ `case 1/ b?tter 161/2 inilze, 4/9 to 5/; cheese 10?d 'to 1/2; honey, 4;"1d to 7d oi?ion? £10 to . £12; chaff wheaten 3/ o 4/6,e oatein 4/ to 5/; lucedine Q'6/ to'9/ hay-oittesl 4/6 to 05/? 'lUceln /6' to 9/: .

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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"CUT THE CACKLE" [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 28 May 1940

"CUT THE CACKLE" SLONDON, Tuesday: When the British Amalgamated En gineering Union met this morn ing the only decision made was that they should "cut the cackle" and get on with the job of smashing the Nazi sys tem.

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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AMERICAN HOSPITAL IS BOMBED [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 28 May 1940

AMERICAN HOSPITAL IS BOMBED PARIS, Monday: King Leopold of Belgium is reported to have informied President Roosetelt of the deliberate bombing by the Germans of an Ameri canm hospital.. it Osteolid on Sunday, which killed alol doctors,. nurses. and 200 patients within a few minutes. An, eye-witness said the building wits blowni uip in a few seconds, aid then a secondi wave :of.' bombers dropped incendiar'y biolibs on' the wreckage:i

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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EAGER TO ENLIST Were First On The Scene [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 28 May 1940

EAGER TO :: ENLIST. Were. First On `The Scene SYDNEY, Tuiesday?: .Foui" friends who, arrived iin Sydney fliom Wal eratiang to offer. their services - for military duties traveised the Sydney streets for severalihours this niorning until the Martin Place depot opened. '-Thef were amoing the first to pie lent themselves, :vaid were rapidly )ut through a prelimiliary enlistment They are: Baden, George Fitzgeialdi barman; his cousin, Donald Fitzger hld, coal miner; Charles 1Henry John :oln, timber contractor:;.. and Victor Francis Lane, coalmine Worker. Johnson has -left it wife and eight ':hildrlenl ranging in age from 17 years: lownlwards, t.o lbok after the holmec luring his absence. , The others are -ingle. _

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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Farewell To Bank Officer [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 28 May 1940

Farewell1 i To Bank Officer Pt lot to his dat talu e tor : 'Uranai, :wSliete: li' will, take Up) luties atl the Biiik of New South "Wales; ctf.: P.L ],Brooke was .tenmidreda Ifarewell oist night bY abiout :of ils frie d. . ''. Iro ke who has been stationed at Gionlliurn, for tlihe paist ,three years, has tntide many 'friend' ini this city. where i he- has been` prominent in till activities a:sociatetid with the Catholic S:'l'li fare well' cane as a surprise to Itr.- Brookd, wlio -was presented wita a wliiet Mri A. Welc.h itatidted over thlie girt on ,'belialf,'of those present 'etiti his ren?arks ,were' supplorted bY MIr C .O'Brien andi Mr. '-G .Cusack. ,Mr l:tBrooke suititlily.irespoidedt.ihanlt-k lia hb fi" etid for their-gift and kindt

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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BATTLES STILL RAGING FIERCELY IN BELGIUM Persistent Attacks By Germans BRITISH TROOPS' SUCCESSFUL COUNTER Nazi Losses Are Like A Massacre [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 28 May 1940

BATTLES STILL RAGING FIERCELY IN BELGIUM Persistent Atacks By ermans BRnITISH TROOPS' SUCCESSFUL COUNTER Nazi Losses Are Like A Massacre LONDON, Monday: The latest news of the fighting in northern France and Belgium is contained in the French official night communique: German attacks were cairried out in the north against the Belgian Army be tween the North Sea and the Menin region. "British troops successfully attacked against superior forces in the region of Aire, on the Lys. "Our troops brilliantly conducted local actions on the Somme, supported efficiently by aviation. "The Germans attacked insistently to the east of the Aisne.. "An infantry and artillery engagement begun last night continued, for the greater part of the day. The Germans paid a high price in the engagement and we maintained our posi tions." i The British Expeditionary Force communique, which was issued several hours earlier, set out: "The Germans violently attacked the French and Belgian forces on the flanks of ...

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

TEMPERATURE READINGS` TO-DAY`ýatU 3"'.'ere Maxtizhu . : 7 degrees YETERDAY',' 1a\lnuin 5...egrees Ml iiinuin .. 2~ dogleos

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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ARREST IN DUBLIN [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 28 May 1940

4 -- -T ARREST IN DUBLIN LONDoN 2fol(i day:.che? womiain charged .in the` Dublin parachute ca'so is \is ~,Iseiit.Gonno Stualrt of-Li ragli Castle, ,Viclilowv, -wife!: of " lancis Stuairt, lecturer on- E"Ijgishand 4irish Litorature at tihe B'Bei llie Ul' iversity:' He awis. bo ;in Qiteenslaiinl:in The ? itish Governetnlixas taiken o?ver the whole of I'ort) Erin isouthi crix Isle ,of an'M , for the internmieilt of aomxen aliens

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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12-HOUR SHIFTS ON ARMS Decision Taken By Engineers [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 28 May 1940

12-HOUR SHIFTS ON ARMS Decision Taken ,By Engineers MLLIOOURNE, 'T'uesday: M ? Itoberts, Amalganimted Engiteeiling Union organilser, tsaid that the' unl?uim ail dilecided to0 do everythiingk it cold to lieli thie iition. Engineers in mulinittions and aircrafti factoirie iin'.Melboutier ei al;renil working 12-hour shifts. Last .week innitions mein' at ?liril'iyynong: 1ial. iworkled' 12~hour shifts and emplloyees lit the Fishernien's Bend airclraft fict, ory h;d ll eeti' .;informed thi lilajiilni. shilftl? w0uld ( be inttrloduced frin0 to= da(y ___ _ __

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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Britain Is Preparing [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 28 May 1940

Britain ^Is ;.^:-: LONDO, Prepaiang ; LONDON, Mlonday: A series -[of swopingl niew 'n easures' to prepare the homd' front for., any oioerg6ineyy :wil 'rainge froni the. conversion , of( schooisi lnhto ' shadow fiactories', for armaiii iiets;, to a di 'li6nbol t. ithe tjnited K.ingdon into 800- d?l? iticts, fo.r tlhe niiintenance of food: i : : Thesd dlisft ricts vill :,be aiblo to feed their ypopulation, for several 1,- eeks 1 ithbout outside help.; " . : , :. 'After slx'yoar' seoe Ic? as the ''fyi ing d6ctorof ''.oih No6ther 'i'errltory Dr. Fnltohn i'his bceen called to dutyl with the ILAtA.I .A' 'He will begil. his serv'e 'as a, flyliig s tuio ctour. ...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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Britons In Italy Report Was Exaggerated [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 28 May 1940

Britons In Italy Report Was Exaggerated LONDON, Monday: It is authorit atively stated ini London that a re port from Rome that the British Eni bassy had advised British residents to leave Italy could be treated with reserve. Reuters Roin' "b'urrespondent ex plains that the Coisisulate was ierely advising enquireirs" not to stay i?i the country if they are touring. The corresponlident' addls that Brit ish residents, lioiwbvero areinotbei'ii discouraged froni0 ''leaving ;at theh own convenience.''" CJ AM1OUR CONTIN UES LONDON; ,loiday: lThe A:nAmericali Associated PressRbmne corespondent replorts . that Italianl newspapers iol tiniue to clahsoui itsitentity 'fo; friee coni" in the idedfi'tLrranean: :They did ,nlot"? tblisih the British anotuniiiceimelnt tihat tie Ithliin 'iuii'a . posals for settetioleit o.f blockade: disputes ate iegarded is satisfactory. The. inewspalier IlI Tmyere says: '"ilt [talian Air 'Foirce aid Navy cou?ld overcoine the Allied, foices 'in :tus. Alexaindri-iHai...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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PRIZE SHOOT Taralga Gun Club [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 28 May 1940

* PIZE SHOOT Taralga Gun Club The Taralga Gun Club continues. to make good progress, and is gaining an increasing member ship. ' A £30 programmte was carried out successfully on Saturday, May 18, oil the showground, and the shooting, as the detailed results show, was high class throughout. A feature was tte marksnmanship of WVyun -Swan, at boy of 13, who registered 1:1 hits out of 15, 12 on the first barrel. Flolowing are results of the shoot ing:-No. 1 Sweep: H. T'wynam, i oudt of 7, 1; J. B. Swan, 5 out of 7, 1. No. 2: S. Healey, 17 birds, 1'; Bruce Healey, 16 birds, 2. No. 3: S. Healey, 19 out of 20. 1; S. Latmb, 18 out of 20, and C. Camneron. 18 out of 20, divide 2 and 3. Nk. 4: H. Emmner ton, 19 birds, 1; Brtce Healey, 18 birds, 2. Best performances were as follow: S. Healey killed 4s out of 52 (42 with first barrel); B. Healey, 19 out of 56 (42); C. Cameron, :15 out of 40 (34); SH. Emmerton, 39 out of 44 (33); S. Lamb, 20 out of 29 (25); H. Twynam. 31 out of 40 (27); J. W. Cha...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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GOLF CLUB ASSOCIATES Third Round Of Play For L.G.U. Medals LEADING SCORES [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 28 May 1940

GOLF CLUB ' ASSOCIATES Third Round Of Play, For L.G.U. Medals LEADING SCORES 'Leading ,scores in the third round of play for the L.G U .medals, played on Firiday Jast were Silvei' Division: Dr. Mitchell, ;92 : 1;; ~ irs:. Rosa, 2- 18 ?:74' ; iU Mitchell 86; 111 75 ;.Mis'sHiaris9?9 .Bronze.Di on Mis. Wang' 1102 "16 >66"' 'igrs. Rtosrldion ý96' 28;; 69 Mids "Vagg ,'106.23,6:7'i "Mrs; .R~aynoias, 96' 24tW72" Thlie best cards in;the, choice: scor, 'with istils 'event were '(fractions omit 'ted)Hrs. Ronaldson 31'2Mr Gariett 34;,MisRiaiiynoldls '34 .M's"Evaii34, L .isRoss''. 5. 7 iM "i's "Ronald son redu cedher :L.U. hamidicap pbyytiwo.stlollisesndpisow liltying off2?2. tisi .ne?aii??u ',.l iced ,foiir strolkes rindilis `now"l"'Dnrimi"' ihe?prevoiio-,week lMiss L?::RIynolds il'so ieihedi?id anil a-is mow'2.1 : '" DRAWFOR FRIDAY 'Mi's: Ada?"s v Mi's.; Ross; ,Mr's.,C. ,:?xt ur: A,;?lh'n ?,W ,ii'?, feyi sg: '. la x M a'em' v:Mrs 'Wmeatley, ? IlasN" B,,ax,1 't'PemN,,"i 'Macdiomiald,'iMr's'...

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RICHMOND TROTS Cup To Valerie Machine [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 28 May 1940

RICHMOND TROTS Cup To.Valerie Machige The Richmond Cup, the principal event run at the Richmond Ti:rotting Club's meeting yesterday. was :,won by Valerie Machine, owned b h i.t: : Ilando and trained and driven. by. F. lHenderson. Results were: Novice Handicap lin ay Maie, £4, 1; December Boy, s ',Lila's Walla, 24, 3. Betting: 2 LouIsPick, 5 Bay Maile, 7 Lila's aWal'la 0 comber Boy. Length adti aalf all length. Time, 2m 52s.i Trotters' Han(licap -1 Wall galong, 120, 1' Benistock0 k Abbey, 48, 3. Betting::74on' Be stock, 2 Wall hgalon i'?20 Moo Aby Two lengths, eight lengths Time 3m' 29s. Winidsor Hiuaidicap State Globe, scr., 1 Wall War Step, 36~,3. _Bettig;.. 1 ar Step. 12 State Globe20yalla Rock Length anda half hal length Time 2m' 50s., Novice 'UnholedHandicap 5 Goloden "Jewel; a .1Nellie Loui 24, 2;' Moko?Abe ac 3,' Beti , Even NllieLouse Golden Jewel o0 Molko ,lAbbeyThree-uaiateea' 0 a length :.the lengts Tim '3 Tsialh Handicap :im Danny Doolan sei, 1; Postaste 1 2 Vralli' Rock ...

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RESTRICTED RACES Another Case Of Incorrect Entry [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 28 May 1940

RESTRICTED RACES Another Case Of Incorrect Entry .. It is likely thatithe question?o?:'o;re stricted:;' races will be coisidered immediately by the J ith oviw t osettling all misunderstandings thlit ,ecent happenin5gs ive icaused. -cRii cine ae tti?lii tha a s ichemae shoii?ld bre evi ee iomake the cont1 s. ' tide is:-.pos sli lee ? ; oi l s 'to ni?; ie tiniosihiei ,efo'i horset s.i mo o'tan oneac ' estiActei o ivisios:>ua: Ie Tcoveri y tlatdiaP seini i ais rot eligilileno ttotheseomid ieivisioii.: tlie latcolti-ig: Inibldiicim at Rond i on Satli day has Heoliitde f hiotlee owther- ilainne' do to the plnti to:,st ;idi.se '- estrictedl: aces h?;ic: . g?bstiotlidiille ft ein:i These , clubst hivedvii ieit th h codiltions"';i.: ticu , :aeily ofr iovicen acd encoiinitge "adins 'ape.ipi tooinclude lýiiYtht m'.ces'ndlh tsso,. "tyemmoId iae mtlia5ign theexeioiidptioml liises Nominations;of hoiss sidho 'have -ion ;~ n-such1{. cces; will: nowe be sub' 'jetem to "te .loset' -sc'tiy . .-' "...

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RUGBY LEAGUE COUNTRY WEEK Elimination Game To Be Played At Goulburn Next Sunday TEAMS SELECTED [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 28 May 1940

RUGBY LEAGUE COUNTRY WEEK Elimination Game To le Played At Goulburn Next Sunday TEAMS SELECTED South Coast will meet South ecn in a Rugby Leagne Country Week elimination game at GOp-l ,burn next Sundlhy aftfternoon.'' An' ?hle cream of thoe pliyers i tliese a eas will be taking'pttrt in this match ''football itupipotter id- x ecthtahi igh ':cliass' exhibition of 'the '-South;. Coast (Groups :7 and 16) .willt l` iepre'entedi'.byt he following lean:;ill-back?;' "H.i Longbottom '(Mt Keiitbla) thtee-quarters, A. Patifton;, (Mt,? enlal)? K" Wilson (?Wdollfongo ng) ?? ?i Ne lson (Mt. iKembl a),'A Gilmoro ,(?ollongong Cfirisiat 1totle?ti'is?;College); five sighth.T?.E?art(Port: Keiniibla) ;Ihailf, ,:,;?Nolat?n, `captain (Port" IKembla); forvabrd? :,SpobFili?g (Wollongong), -A- Croibie? (Port;iKeibld), F. Beaz ey.' (Poit Ket)bla?;' A.' Mather (Mt. (emhlla?), Jol?inston (Pt. iKeinbla), FtI i.a)?l (Mt Kemlila). Reseives: W ,Dobiitg. (fo?,vat ,?) A Hall (back) '-,a?..".. .,;-. . '. Sol:Sithern...

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VICTORIA PARK Acceptors For To-morrow [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 28 May 1940

V::ICTORIA PARK Acceptors For To morrow ,Accentoirs for the Victoria' Paiirk Race'Clubi's mteeig to 'lie held `1to morow ae J ,UMPER? S ? 'A LRAT CE. i. ?:2BelVoir (13) 1 1.5 Kerry. (Bay (8) 10. 0 Lasting (1) 9 9;: Mo:ntaguie (.11) 9.7 Bull Ant (71)9 7 rernave 10) 9:7,:, Capanieus'' (3);97 Festoon (5) 95, a Green: Isle :? ,12): 9 .5 Riodney Mail .(9)'i 93,; Trekstei (6) 9(.3,Sir Hlgh (2)93Si ,Julill'u (1'4)92 FrNINC' HANDIiCAP (1.3 I' Speardale (1), 9.0 ll' Hero (12)_8s5, Table ,Talk T(3) 8:3 "Tucker b'.x .C (1 ) 7 .13 nt (7-) 7. Holynssa "(8) ;`7 9;'Me6rry.~ SmIle(6') 77 Y.8iiob'h `(2)x: 7.7, d a?sloien (1 ) .7.5 Cliqtuot:(4)7 3; aIl M lordi (9) 70; 850Hl?,hborn ,(5)', 8/ CCast: (.'l(8) 7 .12",.Gay Romanh e e(6) 71 'lui1e lBarau `!(9) 7' 7.7; SamuraI (1i;)?)', 7.7 l3esoi ?(10) (7,Io?'(7) 4,' INtonai c giu1 Rive ' Namal(11),, 7.2 i?:,;ulga ',BHo, -r MAIDEN1%HANDICAP.--7f.;'. 1 First Dilvisisun(2.30) 'SO °:BonnyfCol (19) 8:10;, Royal Head (1). 8.'i? SSpearama ;(15)! 815 Con flide(8)y...

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SELECTIONS BY "TRACKITE" [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 28 May 1940

SELECTIONS BY "TRACKITE;" Jumpers' Flat Race.-1IELVOI1R 1, Montague 2, Lasting 3. Fl£iing Handicap.-First. Divi sion: TABLE TALK 1, Denita 2, Molyssa 3. Second Division: CAS TALIA 1, Sautrai 2, Micawter 3. Maiden Handicap.-First Divi sion: ROYAL HEAIDl) I, Dunkerry 2, Ronny Col 3. Second Division: EAGEIIR FOX 1, Suellen 2, l0 Friendly 3. Fo]urteen-Two handicap.-DA:R ING I, Itrucas 2, Ltady Gay 3. Welter Handicap.-ALL SET 1, Old Serpent. 2, Stalin :3. Victortia Park Ihtuitteap.-CGOL) L'AN1 1, Sign On 2, Natlin 3;

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