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UNUSUAL FUNGUS [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 28 May 1940
UNUSqAL FUNGUS Mir. A. Coggan, of Woodthouselee, when ploughing in new country last week. tturned up n in kextraordinary growth which suggested a toadstool thlt had forgotten to stop growing. It was (about ten inches. long by seven inches in width and hore roughly the appearance of a huge potato. Actually fromn one position it looked like a sitting rabbit. It appears it was at funlgus gi;owth which are not uncommon in some parts. They are responsible for what is known as pot-holey country. They grow Iantd Increalse in size, then wilher and decay, leaving the pot hole. The texture of thils particulatl fungus suggests honeycomb ill ap plearance, bult it has a rubber-likec resiliency. It was about 18 inches Iunderglround when tiurned uip by the plough a1nd1 was without roots,
ON THE RANGE Rhyanna Shoot [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 28 May 1940
ON TE ANGE h yanna Shoot 'R.,HYANNA: D' Yc idin:. woin;th shoot lield at 500 yaidsil(10.shots: aild t'wo slghters)on' aiiturday for the Rayr Bladwel Qutip:.'.--,. 'ifCaeh prlzesWraewbn yGP;,arker, S.'eiKenedyne .:'Deoiy ^.andG. Canierani'''Score':'>, "i"C.Deinyer42'(iri4a. ;Q,:G;'iPrer, 4 3 0 )i ( G ';:40 -YeaD.,?eaon ; 43' (,3 );..;4 6; .A'-lirgesso'dl (7)TS0IS~iSKeonedy,' *3 Cl(-'31i) GiCri;,iiio'ti (0I)41.l M -Ar'~f!'H^Twyntani's''trophy'w~l./b eoiiif t('Ird:'lo n'i Satiildat y, aJiunie, 1, ati i o500 yard i ' _? _ . ':" ' _ " _
COUNTRY TENNIS Double Success For Bungonia [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 28 May 1940
:,COUNTRY TENNIS:. Double Success For Bungonma SBoindanbion tennis pilayers 3 v isited 3ingoni!i''-sial :'eiigaiged" t.'ile litterl .ojin.l ,iia ,itti' ,Tie Iplii ayeilded in: .avoiur of: Bungonia'.,-', .T : .;? '..Following swei e tuhe '. 'scres; Biii. ,oi'iiit layers a ientoiioiedi i ist:- »;v ; Meni's Doubiei :;'J Cool aid T.,: Ayre -Couniisell .iilan rTraiit ';-ti v J: Jel :edi lesf ain iiic ii:6v-3 v D'. :CJefefi'ies Sid dBlalliu 4i-!i 3!- \.;.: V. -W. Ayre 'iifl 1M"Col'oik' J'Jeffel ies liiii BallE, 64lk S:':"Jeff i'le??snd'i ai:,lliird" '60'l-3- ' - v ".oii siselli" .'aid l T i rai t ,' 6-5., -: 6 . twyan"i-ifil'd"'vW" 'Bliske? v Counsdell iiiFl Pi'aiti ft;,5 V. JTefferiea' sind Baitlk; il ,.6-0' : .V Jeifei'rles anidi Billi d'd;(- ; ;.W omen's 'Double's Miss 1M. Ayie ind : Mi M.' Coopffer: vi;Mr.s Pem lber ionr Aid Mrs.: Lanstdowne 0-6 i" v Mrs. i ohnsoni.. and Mirs.>: B'ikeir "3'; I16,i : "06. Mrs .'Ryiid ,id 'n M issG.O "Ryi u'v. M is. 'eini'erton *ani?iri Mrs; Lnhisdow...
DOUBLE TRAGEDY Mother And Son Are Shot [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 28 May 1940
D OUBLE TRAGEDY Mother And Son Are Shot AARMIDALE, Tuesday: Mrs. Myrtle| May McIntyie, 43 and her son, Frank Colln; Charg-s McIntyre, 18, were shot :'dead at.Ben Lawrence, the pro pert?, of liMi R Melntyre, 20 miles north of 'Armindale. '. The piolice have been told that FrankkMcintyrehis brother Ray, and their fiatheri, were dlgging potatoes: soi? iidistance ?from the house; The fathers OenitFrank McIntyre to get;?a dray.; Oin. the. way the youth, called ait th?? 'ihouse ai? told his ccousin`, Daphne Isobel Ditton, 14, to turn' o the wi?ieless. Shortly afterwirds he went into the kitchen wheire i mother': was washing clothes.: A few seconds later a lishot was' heard. The youth then 'walkeid :to his bedrooiini and there was another shot.: Mrs. McIntyre was found l?in g on the kitchen flooi with abullettwoumid in the back of her head: She died shiortly, afterwards wivthout speaking. Hier son had been 'shot under the heart, and liail a'parently died in stanitly.
CORRECTION [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 28 May 1940
CORRECTION lin the report .of the address bY Rev. D. A ; arnsey a' mi.nifest error crept in the report of the address. The first'paragraph should have read as follows: If it were the prayer of panic or of superstition it would well deserve their scorn, but it would not be Christian prayer."
THE EMPIRE New Support For To-Night [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 28 May 1940
THE EMPIRE New Support For To-Night When Life magazine recenltly+. pub lished at layoutt on' young Hollywood starlets, they accorded Judithi Bar rett the distiniction' of iinclusion In the .layoiut,' naing her as a special ist in. dramatic roles. The lovely ýyoungsteir from ;Venus, Texas, recently seen GThe Greati Victor: Hererrt :' Troves she miierits the selection with her fine perforim? ance i;n' Women .Without Names,? the Par?iount dra'tima which (,will .be: scieeie'd :as the support' duiring the remiaindei :of, the 'Wizard ofe Ori' seasonl at the Elmpire ,lTheatre.: SEllen- Drew- and .Robert Paige are in co featured -roles: - Miss BiaretbtIs cast in tle pictuir as a gangste'i s glirl friend ?.? tough little lady who "resents the fiact that the ganlgster still seemis to have some interestat in :his e-wife :,Elleni Drew. Her resentoiemit comes to a liea.? whewn slie is thrown into -prison w'ith Miss% Drew; after Drew and Paige have' been convicted of a murder. adctually cotimniit...
WRESTLING OUTCOME [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 28 May 1940
WRESTLING OUTCOME SYDNEY, Tuesday: La Vernie Bax ter; who was disqualified in the fifth round of his wrestling contest withi Terry McGinnis at the Stadium last night, was torday fined £ 10 by the management.. The money-will be given to the Lord Mayor's Patriotic Fund. rThe referee took action after he had been struck by Baxter.
WAR CLAIMS AND THE STATES Drastic New Plan Now Proposed [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 28 May 1940
AR CLAIMS AND THE STATES Drastic New Plan Now Proposed &lt;:,.. : CANBERRA, Tuesday: At the meeting of the Loan Coun cil, the Commonwealth Government submitted a plan for a Co-ordinator of Works, who would direct the allocation of 'fuinds as between defence activities and works programmes. This proposal would eliminate the formula established under the Financial Agreement under which the Common wealth and States have conduc ted their borrowing activities. State representatives are resisting the plan, but indications are, that, becatuse of the war emergency, the Commonwealth ?will insist that some system atleast on the lines it has proposed should be accepted -if the Commonwedlth is ,to '.ekeeute its wai programme successfully. "The. discussion suggests hthat th Loan.ouidIl:cwill end wi'wlthout fol- l6wing?the? . :'customary .procedure . of fixing: 4 set am.unt. for State worki programmes ,liut;' even if the States, induce the Commonwealth to 'agree t arranginig. some specifi...
SHEEPSKINS FIRM Hides And Tallow Unchanged [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 28 May 1940
SHEEPSKINS FIRM Hides And Tallow' Unchanged Winchcombe Carusih l replort1?; a t uong uumand was experienced fo' sheepskins at the pi?gtjlygqk's Sydney -a:es. Vames were firn. Best -1 to lu1 wool merinos sohld frtom ldi to: 1o:d per lb., 0o1rdil1 ry 850 1 to 9:(1. '1 wo-third woofs Sd; to 9Di, vools 61d to 70d, third woolli 51'd to ti,6d - wools 35d to 4?d, iimbis id to :9d.: 13mct .j to full "wool . erossbredO, ined.umnl to fite' quoility ',i ealised froiir 7ld to 9?d, ordllitaly.6d :to! .8d;08 two third wools 85d to 8.d, 'ha1f-o1Ols 5.5d to 75ld, tlihrd? ??Uwosl4 ild ? d, .1 wools 3.1'd to 4?dl,, lincoins 3d 1tO' lid and pelts ,d( to 214d?.' : Vahlues for " tailo? were 0 l'11la1i.;,,e Ol; Prime sorts sold to `£12is/'' er ton, good £21 to £21 JlOI i fati.to.,good. £20/5/ to £20/15 ili? £18/1, toI £19/15/ lnfelo 'to £18/10' ild. tins to £15/10/... Hidles' calfsklinse iid, yeasrliiigs 1'% e.re in strong demand 't inlaxiimum f'fixed prices. Coulintry: heavy hidesi ?'ol? fiol 594 to 71l...
HAD MEAT IN POSSESSION Goulburn Man Is Convicted [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 28 May 1940
HAD MEAT IN POSSESSION Goulburn Man Is, Convicted At the Canberra Police Court Henry Joseph Weston, 36, timber worker, wao fined £15, in default six months' imprisonment, for hay In '?In his possession a quantity of: mutton comprising one. car case and a hind-quarter, reason ably suspected of hasing been., stolen. A similar:, charge' against Oliver. Hen?ry -lerbert Caldwell 426 .labourer, was; withlirawn on the application of he piolice: :Weson pleaded guilty. Sergeant E ,S.Bailey said in evid ence e;that ??in response ,t?o a mesage from',.Detective ~.'Bodel, of 'Goulburn, lie pioceeded spiti Constable Biesnah. to Weston's camip at i"Mt. Stromo? iplantatioins. In. ,the company of the defendanilt i?? itness ?ade an inapliec. ltion of the ':camp' and saw a por tiotn of cooked mutton, which. Weston said belonged to him. In an adjoin isig:: t ,ent also occupied by Westori,' these was a carcase and a: ,hind and fore-quaiter of n'itutton:; . '" - "When asked 'shy he .had siuch.: a large q...
MINSEITO'S MOUSE But He Made Daring Speeches [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 28 May 1940
MINSEITO'S MOUSE B uit He Made -Daring Speeches Clocest thing to a defiant .'speaker in Japan's muzzled Diet has been a slim, sharp-faced, sad eyed little man named Takao S' aito. ,Evet siice he returned to Japan ftit Yile ('04), hlie has championed lst -causes el;He.lIooks at once sq mieek :ainiil'o digniifled that his fellow Diearlans c.all himn-Laord Mouse. J Mcli last Lord Mouse staiitied Jianpai by standing up in tihe Diet? iind roaritig like a lion: When will this wi ari end? What does all this :high-souinding talk about ai New Oi'ei'- nmetn?, For two hours lie flayed 'ithe, Cabinet, the Army, the Incidenit. It was one of the most daring speeches In the history of parliantentary Japatn. Sooin Ttikilo Salto was the centre of It storm. Newspapers criticised hin for criticising Japan. but said that there was much in what hlie said -that it was even possible that ai majority of Japanese agreed with himnt. To save face, the Minseito Party expelled hint fromt its ranks. But when it ...
WORLD'S WOOL Mills Reduced By War [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 28 May 1940
WORLD'S WOOL Mills Reduced By War Wlnchcombe Carson Ltd. re port: Recent developments In Europe had quick effect on con fidence in wool values in the United States. The price level of the New York futures.? tol 'market receded 12 per cent in a -w???week. It, reached the lowest pb-iot recorded since the war started,. the figure quoted only being 7 per cent above the pre war basis. War events have caused much mental disturbance in Australia. If the Commonwealth wool clip had to face the open market to secure buy 'ers for 'it, growers and the com munity generally would feel most (uncertain! regarding the financial future. As far,'as is humanly pos sible,~ the sale'of :the clip is guaran teed' by, the British., Government at `13.4375d' per. lb,' Australian cur-: rency :; ... ' The current clip is estimated, to produce over £58,000,000. The ?re striction on the monetary situation of the"Commonwealth can well be- im agined if only sufficient demand were .available for half the quantity gr...
Nine-Year-Old Composer [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 28 May 1940
Nine-Year-Old Composer There was a sensation, sayd- a Ndw York exchange, when a slight, dark eyed French-Canadian nine- ear-old named Andre Mathien hurried on to ,,he stage 'of Manhattan Town Hall, bowed stiffly, and pounced upo0i the keyboard of a huge concert grand. "The audience applauded with de light at his precociously efficient playing of piano pieces by Chopin, Debussy and Ravel, but what left them wide-eyed with wonder was his musicianly performance of 14 of his own complicated and expert com positions, some of them written when he was only four. None of them was childish. . "Some with descriptive titles like 'Procession d'Elephants,' 'Les Abeil les Piquantes,' 'Berceuse,' showed a style reminiscent of such advanced - composers as Ravel and Stravinsky. All were deftly and strongly con structed as by a master builder. "When he had finished Manhattan critics, groping for comparisons, could find only one similar instance in musical history: Famed infant prodigy Wolfgang Amadbu...
FLEMINGTON REPORT [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 28 May 1940
FLEMINGTON REPORT Pitt, Son an dfladgery,: Ltd; report that 38341 'sheep-and' lambi of sm wha't.-I mproved quality were pienned at Flemington- to-:ddy '.Ttie ?iariket whas' Weaker, p'lices oon the aveirage being l/ ?to; 2-/per:head lower. Weth ersnfade, to' 28/2,v.ewes 21/10 o, hog gets 2/ tms2/ . re T were w '2407; ,cattle yarded There was a larger:proportion of goodi trade to prinie qualityith a moder ate inumiber odf Pight.and imediumii weights Values ere :unchanged. B?ullocks soldt £17/15 cows to £12,8`.j;.vdealers'to 8£11/12/::'., - nAmongst, our sales iwerec? cediit't C. J. \aslin e Ravensworth; 110 lambs, to:.2'7/3'; averagtig 25 .6 and s. Burniiet, errlwa, 189 eweis, to 21/11, arveraglg 19/10; LN I'Anson,. Greenethorpe 122 :x lambs. to 20/7, avg. 19/9 ?V. Kelly Crook well, 108 wethers to 22/1, avg. 20/5.
MANY RALLY TO COLOURS Preliminary List Of Recruits [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 28 May 1940
MANY RALLY TO COLOURS Preliminary List Of Recruits On Thursday next a public meeting will be held at the Town Hall to stimulate recruiting in the Goulburn district. The object is an admirable one and deserves the success that is almost certain to attend it for, as shown by the fig ures of 1914-18 and the records, as yet incomplete, of to day, Goulburn can lay claim to possess citizens imbued with the highest patriotic ideals. It is not generally known that since recruiting for the 2nd A.I'.F was first commenced well over I00 enlistments have been accepted from volunteers in Goulburn alone. To this must be' iidded the no small nuimibers from such district centres as Crookwell, Braidwood, Gunning and Quean beyan---centres wzhich also have shown theiry are??econ`d to none in loyalty, to Australia and the Empiire. ' While a large number of the men referred .to hiave .not y:et been called. u;, Ifiy, others aie already overseeas id for this reason 'thIeE'onlfi°g 6ost realising thie 'altie...
Recipes Ginger Sponge. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 28 May 1940
Recipes Ginger Sponge. Three eggs, 1/2 cup sugar, beat 20 minutes, add 1/2 cup arrowroot, 2 tea, spoons plain flour, 1 teaspoon ginger, 1 teaspoon .cinnamon, 1 teaspoon cream. of tartar, 1/2 teaspoon soda, 1 teaspoon cocoa; 1 tablespoon golden syrup. Cook in moderate oven, about hour When cool fill between with mock cream Baked Apples. &nbsp; Peel and core the apples and put them in a baking dish. Make a syrup with 1 cup sugar,1 cup water and 1 tablespoon of golden syrup. Bring to the boil and pour over the apples; turn the apples while cooking or baste them. They will cook more quickly if another baking in is put over them. Leave this on for only a little while or the apples will break &nbsp; and spoil. Lift each apple into a glass dish and put the thick syrup around each one. Serve either hot or cold with cream: Fruit Charlotte Cut off the crusts from slices of stale bread and lines a pudding dish with the slices. Have ready some hot stewed fruit, and pour about ha...
CROOKWELL C.W.A. YOUNGER SET [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 29 May 1940
CROOKWELL C.W.A. YOUNGER SET CROOK\VELL: A bonfire arranged by the C.\V.A., Younger Set was .held at Mr: V. VBensley's property on. the Laggan, Road on Empire night.. There were about 60 in attendance, both young and old spending a most enjoyable evening with the fireworks and fireballs. The evening was brought to a conl clusion by the members serving, silp per in the homestead, where the pcre sident, Miss Joan Campbell, expresse.l thanks to the Bensley family . for their generosity in assisting the Younger Set. Mr. Bensley briefly responded. Younger Set funds will benefit to the extent of £2/t16/ from' lbe even, ing's entertainment.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 29 May 1940
GUNNING 8 Pages of News, Sport, Fashion and Fiction in the GOULBURN EVENING POST On sale each afternoon at COMINO & CO. Newsagents. Coming to Goulburn RUTH FURST Principal of the Ruth Furst School of Cookery, Sydney, and S late Cookery Expert to the Australian Women's Weekly, S:: i To give you free advice !? ^®;: :. "g aon Kitchen Planning, Kitchen Economy, Menu Planning, Cook : ..... . . . ing, and other subjects of vital importance to women in the i.I home. RUTH' FURST GAS C00OKING AND HEA ING E DE NSTRATjN EDE FEL HALL, llth, 12th, and 13th JUNE (Sessions Aftcrnoon and Evening-2.30 p.m. and 7.30 p.m.) In additionmodern Gas Room Heating and Space Heating appliances':. and Hot Water, Systems will be demonstrated. . , : - ;. . . / ' n : ,, . . ., 'TO:ENSURE YOUR'COMFORT DURING SESSIONS The Liedertafel'Hall' willbe eated by Gas;. Come along and meet a recognised authority orn . o. n' -me problems : You'11 enjoy this demonstration; and so will your friends. SBRING YOUR NOTEBOO...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 29 May 1940
IN MEMORIAM SNO V.--In loving nieniory '1 my .de r.hlusand an our.,fathel ,indl rv ndlfather, wli fell.asleep 29th M l , 193S.. Iise Jted. by his l Vilng wil . child1ren a, grandchil( ren. SNO\ '.-Inl .lovlin memory . our de. father and grandfatlfhet who lassed.. away 29th.Alay, 1938. ins rted by his loving da ghter nI son, Bob anrdlMary ,and rand chi drei,. of Bowral. "' ,-f- n