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Youth Takes The Helm Published by Special Arrangement. Copyright. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 29 May 1940
Youth Takes The:, Helm By Phyllis Hambledon - The ultor of Thl'le TI'rick of Courage,' ` Published by Special Arrangeinent. Cot yright. L`orraine C'armicbhael He took lihtatii, not caressingly, buti urgently.' `,She'` looked .at: him with astonishmei t Instinctively, howdever shle did 's lhe told lier. :A idonienth;late:'tliey were back:.on ,the teirice :She!ii li a rown: off'..l her ;wrap: thywere in 'the,'ballroomn One oif the ,sparks indeed 'claimted Shr'?. dced wilth.hl it H?i fell 'over. her feet'nd ttlked f unim port alnt this Lorraine .listenedi made aipt opriate coimmenlsi n Ill thee tilme .the muslc sang :to'her.:and 'hdroet) playedid ouit' the rh ytliiio o: "He ,sid 'Yoiu dar;, you :dean!:' :to :The (ance wi.over Thie guest were going It was toti daw;.:iit aIlrendy tie sky waivs growing lihte1 'Already behlilldd the. great eyes0 f the iheadlighblts ;yo ?could see~ the shapes of the, limousinese the out lines of chauffetrs. :People in: cloaks 'and overco'its stod o'.o the s...
SERVICES OF PRAYER [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 29 May 1940
SERVICES OF PRAYER1 In view of the great response to tlhe t.ing's appeal on Sunday, it is now or us. to, sustain the effort. SOn Sunday. next the services in.the. OCthedral Church of St. Saviour will be special intercessory for tlhe nation under stress, and for the soldiers anid sailo.r of the Allied countries. The Bishop will- :preach' at even song. At morniing prayer, at .11 tl:he Empire service will. be suhtninl:ed To-night and oi0 Wednesdaiy nights there will be services of prayer in the: Cathedral at 7.45 p.m. Every day at the 7.30 eucharist andte at evensong at 5.30, each after lnoc1n special prayers are offered. I
WAR SAVINGS More Groups Formed [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 29 May 1940
WAR SAVINGS More Groups Formed Following .the lead recently given :by thestaff of.Tios. .VWil liamsa .Lt'd~' .i aidothers 'In the Empir??Shoppliigi:Block.?;l large. numbler of" Goulbinpeflidple. are.'. :formin'gg iops oi;0 the purpos' aof, piirchasilg,'gGi.doup:, War Sav... l.ngsCei;tfiatestif New gmoup. have beeun afaimed at the TrownFaiil, AM P. office, Mod aild . Turn er and Son s. and,, while tlere..i little. ildabt thatm l any tlhei groul ivill Il ? beestablishe,:? t vwas- :aina.unceld ;t-lday that aiihay-:pe son; ;irrespective 'f. resiuleitial:: or employmentblounda les, may, jin iiy of the. grips nientioned its. the firms amiid organiSaoiisatn 'condernmed to t irestrict membeish' iip 'tt heir wtn staffs. The object of -each group "is' to purchase Groupl Certificatese .oni: tl "lay-by': plan, and in'!this assist ia?a far as is possible the war "effort of the nation.
SPOONER ATTACKED [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 29 May 1940
SPOONER ATTACKED - A strolSg :attack -oni the ex Minister for Works and Local : Government, Mr. E. SSpooner tas nmade:liythe Mayor ofCowra,'Ald. :i W. Whitby, at a Chamber of Comnierce dinner. He charged Mr. .Spooner with having contribited towards the adiverse posi tion in "which the country: finds:it self to-day. 'ie 'considered that it was -a foi frtunate day: wlien Mr. 'Spooner" relincitjished office. Lavish ?rants in various directions. had 'brought Mr. Spon'ner into ,favour in some quarters; said the speaker, but he thought the ex-Minister hadl al most ruined the State. "I hope he never comes back," said Aid. Whitby.
PERTH TO SYDNEY Journey Made By Bicycle [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 29 May 1940
PERTH TO I SYDNEY Journey Made By BIcycle : sterdayn morning. two , young, !: :-Russians, It. Fedoseyeff; -= better: ' lknow?i'asRusty," and Gavinroff; s:; alsofamilaily ;called :"Toby" psised throul i ;OU Goulburn?b on: thieir :wa;y to Syd(ney .frobm' Perth. They C nt'ide the triip by bicyll:e I::They left ;Perth ' some weeks :'igo 'Indt witi la young' Eiiglislihan l nained Johnny :C.. Smith, crossed :thei con tinenit on:.icyclesi . : " iBoth Russians were bhori in-Vl vostock;t whlere: theii??: faithers were White Ruissianss, :' iishad1 left? thatr to?ni? in 192i? Their fiathers' foughit iin. tlie White Army andl ha;d to leave Vlaldivostock When tlie: Commintists seciiit et full power s n: .' simith was bo tbrn near "the: Tibetan b ;Fedoseyer;r ,hta.l.' paidd a' ptevionis visit to Australia -ti nd persuadeI hi: 'riieiids to leave Slitinghiti' :itlis hilln as 'he' foundi the livingg conditiois' so; nimct bietthiet e thiinin tChiis .They "t'ie' givin i adccoiits of tieit toutr oi tim...
Mr. Menzies Last Night [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 29 May 1940
Mr. Menzies Last Night : SYDNEY, Wednesday: The won derflil" address, delivered by' the Prime inister,iMr: .Menzies.'. at:: the \VWa Rally demobilstntion at tli'e Tb'n I-alP :"st; night s iis'. alinost'the. sole topic If conversatioi aimonig: Sydnley people :It is' estimated tha tit was as nlmost without ia.pi?llel, andl , lias inspired thosee whi o heard him.
THEY ALL JOINED THE ARMY [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 29 May 1940
THEY ALL JOINED THE ARMY SYDNEY, Wednesday: A message fromW?ellington, New Zealand, states thiatiillseveii sons of ,Mr. and Mrs. Stan1denR have joined the Ainmy, and their sistelf is.:ivorling. at: the Base RecoidsOffic'e.-,: T'Ihi'ee o0f the. ,sons :are -married. Their. fitier and h is tw: brothers served ~ -ii -the Great War:'
APPEAL WAS DISMISSED [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 29 May 1940
APPEAL ;-.WAS D:i::::i ISMISSED COOTAMUNDRA,; Wednesday: The Sydney`Jockey,'Nor?inli Varley, failed last :night flit: his apipeil to the cont mittee.of tilhe Southeirn Districts Rahding Association .against hliis dis qualification for tw~elve months, to. get ther \:. Law\soli and the horse, Solograiii? tlio th W agga Gold Cup meeting, ?? ,\ir aiwson si apelea w'as also dis" nil sod.
COUNTRY TENNIS Marulan Tournament [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 29 May 1940
COUNTRY TENNIS Marulan Tournament MARULAN: A mixed jumble tournament was staged last Sun day on the Elleray Tennis Club's courts, which were specially made available for the occasion. The event, which was organised by Mrs. Cliff Cook in aid of Roman Catholic Church funds, attracted over 40 lartlclpants and .proved a great .uccess.. Weather conditions were all that .could b desired, and(. through stit the (lay some :yery close and keen ly' contested ,llhtchesi vere seen. Betty and? Walrwick O'Brion, whose superiority ovel all `othels 'was a de alded advantage Cgllrred.off the prize in each' section;, lthoughl the latter was required to play off M1. Batten, both of whoi:iegistered 32 games. Results:; Ladles,lBetty; O'Brlen (30 cames) , MIls TV. ':McCallunm (27).2, and ~Its1 : ' JB(s Elaldock (27 giies) 3. .\Ion: \Varicilt ?0O';Bren (32 games) 1,, M. asttci'::(32 games ) R1 : ltl;: ;' II u1'ill) .(
R.A.F's. Share Pressure Is Maintained [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 29 May 1940
R.A.F s. _ Share Pressure Is Maintained LONDON, Tuesday: "The l : R.Ai fighters; bombeis and re coifiaissance. alircraft have been - doing theii utmniost to ielieve the " enemy :presure oli the Allied Sribles in the gri ml stliuggle:now l.iak flg place. in the nliorth-cast ':'of Friance,': declares the Air' Minist'y: bulletin, to-night. "Yesterday waves of 'R..F. med-. hum' bonimbers?rpeatedly attacked the road arnd rail comnriunications in : reas immediately beitween the Ger mtian ar mies. On; the night of Mon (lay :and Tuesday, heavy bombers' at- tacked military objectives. .atfDussel dorf; Duisberg, Dortniund;, Hamburg, Bremen-enind Cologne.' ':: - '''The A.P: fih ters. icari lied oa ")i)uty contiliuous i)ar olls ).tver'.. t-,afnlrlh east 'F'rance ,to:d(la?yunder: ;' e".- s?re i:el~itlie.r .`conditions. SRepotts =sof 1 1:indicate tlhat 2' . enemy plaies liad been destroyed or "Yesterdaymdor'iing -the Stivan ger aerodrome: in Nproway wasagainl om?bed and? ' ircraft o;n the aero dr...
KEMBLA GRANGE Meeting At Menangle [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 29 May 1940
:KEMBLA GRANGE Meeting At Menangle The Kemibla Girange IRaIo .Club's meeting; held at 3Menangle yesterdayi iesulted: "Grangea Maiden Five, First Divi" slin.-WVIKI IWIK 1,: Short Odds ý2, Pickwitck :. Betting: Evenl Wid Wiki, 10 Plckwich, 12 Slihi t Oddse Threel lengths, two lengths. Timie, lnsi. ,I Second. Diioioii.--SIMOON 1 :Gran ,ilie 2,; Iiventiani 3. Betting: 5 -. on CinipDboellfields, :-2 v -Inventioni, .7 Simoon,i Giranville: Half-neck; three qiai ters ofna iei.gth.' Time, im "1s:. . Trial Twod-Yeai-Old :Four 4f.-FORT SONG 1, Niddalit 2,l - Chilmitn :3, Bet tin'g: 2 :Miss Pitt, 4 Niddala, 5 Chris s.in,ii 10. Fbrt Song. haI-lfneck,. :alf neck. Time, 40s. Soutlh Coast''Five :f.. First' Divi eion;-G APTAIN GORE 1,,.Grand Billy 2, Ras Desta :?3.1 Betting:: 7-1 \ Grand BIlly, 5-2 Captaini Gore, I8 Ras, DEsta iTwo lengtlis, slihort head,;Time, im. .Secoild DiistnionSONTG OF TIIHE .JIR' 1 Resuilt 2, Winbieiloin 3' Bet: tinl: Evyen Wimbledon,;7, Song of the Air:, i20- Result. 'Long ....
Next Step To Withdraw Our Army [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 29 May 1940
Next Step To Withdraw Our Army .LONDON, Tuesday: "It is neces sar y. to do the utmost' to witli idraw: our oramy fromo the positions they aire now.v occiupying, but it will not bie a defeated :amy ive 'ishall .withdriaw,"v declared the Min ister '.for. Informtiori, Mr. Duff / Cooper, 'in a; brroadcast to-night. It7 will.bbe an, army whose courage. .- Is ,still high, and whose i confidence is still inshaken, andi in which every 'officer l.ind. mini is Still iiurningr with i'. i desiree tormeet thie enemy in com lit. r That. opporturlity 'will comer in due course. .r : i:i "The r.standitrd. of liberlty is still . flying hlighi and iunder it are' massed thire ia:mies of the British Coliimori :wealth aind th'e Frenclh Replrblic aind towards that same stahdard'- ar.re flocking thei remliants of' the. fight tig :forces"'6 f those uilliappy coun tries iupon' rhom lhas descendedl the hoorr of German tyrafnny.' -.::,r "And. on that fluttering flag' of,, liberty are fixed the anxious eyes of ...
COUNTRY WEEK TRIAL MATCH Southern Versus South Coast Match At Goulburn LEAGUE MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 29 May 1940
COUNTRY WEEK TRIAL MATCH Southern Versus :South Coast Match At Goulburn LEAGUE MEETING tw he. phiai d & ,illca.idi ili?: oune ti.? Suniha',,ý%'ere;i Itse l·sat. Inast n ht'i.s meeting ol the Goulbumr ugtiy, 1oitheanll:eagiue. -.It wis:n innotnced- by the' secretary, Mr :J. 'e iffeit;, that aflecoiifier'ing itih the ipresident iand secretary ot iGroup 8 he :had maeiiii ;ifi igemientis roi neit Suiiil?'i iiisitch Steps ? been taken to insure the" fixture ,foi £50 tgainst 10 points of tili falling ,between '10 al: and P2m aiJai'heCo0ast pliiyers would unrrive in Goulburnr i on theiinornisig.of tihe gaminewhile the" Souathern ,(Giroups 8 (nd 17) team .would ,come.? by train :.`onSaturdaiy night. ;The Gr:ouips oeecutive was ;giving: conslieratltion':to 'ruining :ai :special. stcaii train, as there was a::roposal to send Qtot?anbiyan Reserves :to: Goulbui ii to pli in an eaily gitme 'ilih tLis. mi:voni the recent knock:kout coi:petitioin ta Quaenbeya ianiiQ ' had. a big followig n...
BELGIAN ARMY WAS ORDERED TO CEASE FIRE GOVERNMENT DISOWNS LEOPOLD Separate Treaty With Germany Is Null And Void NEW FORCES WILL BE ORGANISED Surrender Adds To Grievous Plight Of British Army In Flanders [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 29 May 1940
BELGIAN ARMY WAS ORDERED TO CEASE FIRE GOREWWMNT __S LEOPOL Separate IreatyWith Germany NEW FORCES WILL BE ORGANISED Surrender Adds To Grievous Plight Of British Army In Flanders LONDON, Tuesday: King Leopold of the Belgians, as supreme head of the army in time of war, has laid down his :arms. "This very great event happened during the night, and France can no longer rely on the help of Belgium," declared the French Prem ier, M. Reynaud, in a broadcast to the French people this morning. The Belgian capitulation has opened the way for German forces to Dunkirk, the Channel port which was the provisioning centre for the three Allied armies in the north. PARIS, Tuesday: The Belgian Ministers have announced that they have decided to disown King Leopold as a result of his surrender of the Belgian Army. The Belgian Premier, M. Pierlot, in a broad cast, declared that King Leopold had broken the Constitution and that his separate treaty with Germany must be considered null and void. "Belgium...
Ford V-8 Gives 29.6 m.p.g. Economy Test At Goulburn [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 29 May 1940
Ford V-8 Gives 29.6 m.p.g. Economy Test At Goulburn IJn a petrol consumption test carried out on the 3raidwood Road: yester'day afternioon in"the . .:presence of'- a .Goulhburn. Post representative, a 1940 nfodel VS8 de Luxe Ford l gave the eqiUivalent to 29.6 'mile's pert gal lon'. Standard 'in every respect,' the 30 horsepower Ford showed a speedometer reading 'of 4470 miles covered. since it left, the factory, and in view of this, together with the fact: that the car weighs' 27 cwt., the . result of the test was indeed surprising. 'Driven to the :outskirts of the city, the car was stopped ..while the petrol feed line was disconnected andi- the carburettor drained. A neat quart of petrol was poured into.a small . tip l-which served as a tem porary fuel tank and the test run was then commenced over' a bitu men road which passed through country varying frosi flat to hilly. At the end of the rusn, which came to a stop' when .the last droli of petrol hail been drained. from the .tempo...
NATIONAL BANK Stability And Earnings [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 29 May 1940
NATIONAL BANK Stability I And Earnings The. haiance sheet anid profit and loss accolist of the National Bank of Autiralasa'i- Ltd 's - at March 31, disclose.: businosso,expansidon. coupled. with a ' iiotahbl 'iinciease . in liquid issetsets.. t iprofits: are up £ 4851 on' the ainmount recorded for ithe pre vious year, aii increiaso of £ 51;6j5 In' gross earniings, being largely off :set :by"iiidineases of £ 39,066 in ex penses" 'ind £7778 in taxation. Shaieholder's dividend remaiins at six pler cet .;and. £50,000. is applied to the reduction' of .iremises account the same as in-tlie 'two previousd:yars. The miidin v.ariatio on onthe liabil ities ride is: the"iicrease of. £ 3,539, 00O0 iii customers' deposits and- as socialtedd. dccounts;: which; followingi ain increase` of?: £1,000;000 the pre vious yeari: brings their .total to £ 477,597;000; tlie maximum for this item so far reached by the bank." r.Notable: increases: ins liquidl assets are recoideil on the other side of: tho bala...
AN AMERICAN ON AMERICANS Refers To Ford And Lindbergh [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 29 May 1940
AN AMERICAN ON AMERICANS Refers To Ford And Lindbergh .,. NEW. YORK, Tuesday: MIr. HLmil ton.. Fis'h', Armntrong,. editor. bof.the authioritfitive 'autiartrly,. : ,review Fore'ignAffairs ihas imane in' urgent appeal for inin e' iate American aid .;,"Evorysing'le A"ericanii? lane wili coutiit'. eveiy iiay earl:lr,:ii .: an re£aeh. "the pilot?wi?:itil J ng l to tai -r?t into; vital.niobsit"L'. lhe continues: "If tliero ils atingle reserve miierl it, ouightto. be flown o; shipped ;aciosa the Atlauntlcd?to-moriow . .-.: Mr. Ariiistrong describea at't great length. the : most , hori ble scenes among civiltin;".' which- lidT liowedit with his own .eyes, and continuesn: "Why. is?n't ,this the moimnent: for an eminentlAmerican n aviatoito to niike a broadcast'.devoted .wholly: to' de= nouncing avlators ..who kill womnen and chlldreni in village streets andi country roads,.' andl :to .:appeal:: for millions of dollars '.to. :enable :;the Amerlcan Red:Cross to:help'ithe tir vivors? 'Why night...
MORE JOIN War News Gives Stimulus To Recruiting [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 29 May 1940
MORE JOI , War News Gives Stimulus To Recruiting During the past two days 126 applicationis for ehlistmenit with the&2nid `.A1.F. we;d !odd ,d. in the Goulburn recruiting area. which, in addition to.,this' city, embraces such .areas as Braid wood, .Crook' ll' Cooma Gii?u ning, .Quianb?eyan, °Mittagong, Moruya and Narooma. All sections :'6f the ., cmiimi are relpreseited "in :-the: :olunteers,., of whom Iri weire ogistel eilBat GGbillburn alone; ,Thle., latter i-.lil"de.: gr'zliers - cl'haerls, telegi'aph li neslen,; miacnlll ;sts, clerklts, gardeners, aind ,even a hairdresser anlid . soap-mnaker." Below i.s lublished a list of vol unteers, additionalt to those *ublished yesterday, .llo0 haije eillisted,at :Gaitl burn and .elsewhiere' In: this' regard the .invitIatioil iveir to relatives to supply the naines of Goblburn men and ex-residents 'who lhave 'enlisted iIl otlher liarts ol the State'. rlmainIl open,; but it is empiihasisedd that onily the namel s of thoSe called up o...