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TRAINED FOR EMERGENCY Goulburn A.R.P. Workers' Awards [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 29 May 1940
TRAINED FOR EMERGENCY Goulburn A.R.P. Workers' Awards Awards gained by Goulburn men and women who have been trained under the National Emergency Services in First Aid, Air Raid Precautions and Ambulance Driving (women) were presented at a largely attended public meeting at the Town Hall last night. , More than 80 people attended the presentationoQfcerti ficates. which were handed over by Mr. ,H.!ook, ofiSy,dney, , i: who dequtised 'for the Director of National Emergency Serv ices, Colonel.Lorenzo, their piesence exemplifying the ''nthu siasm with .which the people of this city have rallied to the . course of ijistructior in AP.R. P. work;. .. .:.-,.. . '. .,. An apoiogy was tendered oiln behalf of Colonel' Loienzo:?: who wasn un avoidably aibseint As further .evidence of the patri otle spirit :permeating the .meetiig, vociferoius applaiuse. brokoe froi the gathering'. whein the, Mayor, Aid. T.P. Manion, :announced it 8.50 i.mi. that the Delgian 'Cabinet'i had dissoclated itself fron...
FAREWELLED Mr. John Fenton [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 29 May 1940
FAREWELLED Mr. John Fenton Prior to his departure for Syd ney, where he will Join the Re connaissance ..Unit. of the A.I.F. .:with the "rank of Jlieutenarit, Mr. Joh'n .Fenton, who b'as been. ol the :staff-of William Conolly Ltd. for ithe past. 12 years, was pre sented by his fellow employees on Monday .last with a fitted travelling compact, while hea also received a substantial; monetary s:,um .from the directors of the Scompany. . : In. ehxpress!ng inore't lit Mi. Fenton's delsii ture,' .lhe: secretary o'r the com paiiyi. , iMr. F. Baiilford, Ieferred to the former's ia.,ocldatlidn: . with the cl'rical 'stiarft anid tissurrei d lilin that lis -job would be avillable' to him when i'e, retlurined. : ' - AIr. ;Bniford's remarlis were silp lported by lir. TB. .Co and Mr. i. Sm tith. . . Replyinig to thle exlpressiolns of good will. lMi. Fenton mentionedtl that lie Piubmitted hli applicatioit flotr lenist ment soeme months ilgo. IHe wvas sorry to temporarily .sever hs association with ...
N. Zealand And Food Rationing [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 29 May 1940
N. Zealand And Food Rationing SYDNEY, Wednesday': The ,Prime Minister. of New Zealand, M'hr. Fraser, expressed his opinion, that ioning of food within New Zealand;: as.;sug gested by some New Ze'alander- .as a means for -swelling the ,volume of exports, to. Bitain, could not .as, yet. serve any -usefuli purpose. . Hie iddedl thatt'such proposals we'r? Iwell intentioned, but.they overlooked` the fact' that Brit:iiin d ha so far iigreed to take only, a stipu!lated tciuantity .o? produlcts. She :liad undei takeni to buy this seson' 115,000 tons of butter, while actually the :quantity available wais nearer 1'75,000 tons.
BURRINJUCK How £2,000,000 Is Being Spent [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 29 May 1940
B URRINJUCIK How £2,000,000 Is Being Spent. Ycln". :2,?1o00,1100 , ls t Ih splent ill llllnking . ilu:iin (iilk )Damu saile, and nio (llne is to i . list apparently hli'.earriing 'out :;.. There are 200 ??on. workin ,day and 'night eoil what'.s ito be ai four year task ofa iasuriince: fortlhei settlied ,areas :along, the Murrumubidgge ?Vatl ley.' Water has. seeped thinoil ;o i lplrtioin of theihuige waivl of the l dan which holdsl back twice the voltu n ofa watei :noninially cbntained, inl the Sydlliey IHarbour ii ndithe:Goyern?mentl has accepted: the 'dvice 'adii plians oaf expoelts, for ,.the rectificatioia Ofa the Ally, danger thit existied h'ad inva., ishetld, the englieeils ..echi;tnell( `With - tile lowerinig by, tlb feet :.df thwsill. ways over..which.ilthe? oflood'li.waters. escape, "and 1 with :thle .llli'biSioi' ofh Suxilia ry flood "gates thLrOigit vhlch. any sudden inflilx. of?:y a, lt; !l t oile dam may-be, released in: 1:a reglated. flow. Nevertheless; theyi are ilhast...
PRODUCE MARKET REPORTS TEMPORARY SHORTAGE OF POTATOES [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 29 May 1940
PRODUCE MARKET REPORTS TEMPORARY SHORTAGE OF POTATOES SYDNEY', Wednesday: llecuse 'of the delay 'in the arrival of the tsecoiid potato shipment from Tiaaismania, ipotatoes were paIticularly difflicut to obtain in' Susex StrheGt: yesterdaiy The siortage of potatoes' is" e'pec red to be- only temnpoarxy? a tho>:sec ond shipment i:will: ai rive todnori·iow: The forwai;dilng will ..,total'. about .18,00 biags. i!,Ageints hope that: muchl of the consignmient wi~ll bbie cleaed be forex the week-end,. : 1A consigmilient : of: Tasinailian Swedes, carrots, and- parshilp? will arrive to-mo:rrow.rl ~A :'Tasmaiani ;vegotables lihave bee -,oare .in: Sup'E sex :Street dtdring the :last foe w:(i?ls thei consignment is 'likely to mneet a recady sale: :.,MIAIZE - New. yellolow idan(:xeow awhite 4/9 ier busliel .POTATOES.-Brownells i:x , B1ie iiarsi:?s £10/.10/0 Ar?in Chiefs,Sinow flakes £10, seedx (Arrani- Chief)- . °i_ per. ton. ONIONS: Victoixian.Brown :Spanish, x ' 12; white £12, hidcklers -1 ...
'Chatterbugs' Those Who Spread Rumours [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 29 May 1940
'Chatter bugs' Those Who Spread Rumours A London Cable's stattlm(ntl . thatll "Cha:llI'ltlrg" is a new war1 word denoting thosle who sprcalll sensalaiollln l rIunlOlirs il -this 'time of' clrises colleS atl a mosLt all popri(e, perilod,.. for (1oul butrn, posslbly in coI iinin with every oth1er cOlentre t hroughulli tl the illate, is at pre I lnl" irenp ing n:a quesliona le hatrvestll of ''lulrl)llphics." , ' .. ,To a, nutiber of people in this cit" the news of the day is not suffici ently satlsfying or dissatisfying, as' the case may be,, and consequently embellishments; often luhid, fre quelntly malicious andi generally, bhirmful, are given to overseas re ports. 'i. In the main, these reports are treated with the contempt they de. serve and the purveyo.rs of such arc regarded with an amused tolera nce which, however, has not so far 1pro duced any abatement of the nuisl anee. • " " " - " " SIUl'l'AIILIA NAll ,"C'hatterbugs" is ' a good w01ord for it acctirately describes 'quite a f...
FERRIER QUALIFIES FOR U.S.A. "OPEN" [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 29 May 1940
FERRIER QUALIFIES S·-: FOiLR U S A " OPEN" CIIICAGO Tueesday 'hlie tAus itralian o.pen and amateur golf chamn pion,; J Ferrier,"l quallifed "for :.the Unitfed States: National Opelnichaam plolisip, to bhe "iplayed at Clevelaind errlvtnext month.r' Ferrier liad rorrnds "of -i a71 d r 11 arlid finished in third place niaong the Ibocal competitors. He wx:itllhe .lead' :ing;iiiatetnd in the field of 17;Chidago. "ualifts. .
DRIVE FOR RECRUITS Good Response In Local Area [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 29 May 1940
DRIVE FOR RECRUITS Good Response In Local Area It was announced to-day by the Area Recruiting Officer, Captain Manfred, that, in accordance v.ith Sa request made by Lieut-General Sturdee, all official and unofficial Post Offices, together with muni cipal and shire councils through out -the area, had been circular ised in an endeavour to stimulate `recruiting. ;:vidence thati tl plnii is aiready.. meeting ;.with success wasq :..irovidedi yesteiday , when .,50 applications: for enilistment lin the A:I.F. we·l;e:i received froiio all pi:t s ot ileo ai i . Thi in 'niumbhoe; it is stated w &lt;asi the highest niiinbelofa ipplicationlis yet :eceived l il one day:,.;,'; Thile Goulbin are etends lfom amiibelltovn to teli.:Victo iain :blirt It 1: i e "idel ood tabi tmany" coonu.' eils liave: :indertaken to : acceptre sionsibillt" fyolr .thei comlplete fillii?g ii' of:: thei three" for Ins-aplDliction; fominil attestation sheet . Rnd niedicali history shellet ii: additioi to su' e-1 v...
PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 29 May 1940
PERSONAL iMr. John Anderison, grazier, of Spring Creek,.Binda, was admitted tc.-'the Crooikwell Dlatrict Hospital vestorday. ' -Mr. A. D. Buntine, Crookwell b'lnk mlanger, has been gazetted a director of the Crookwell District IHospital, in succession to Ms : . B.' Smith. Mr. J. M. Tully?': ML:A': will be at thi Graiid!Hiioteli o-biflr'w and will be availhible to coistitilneitas be ween 3- and; 8 p.?.: t ?: Mr. Vic Millelr, of Lismnoro;. Rd formerly of. Goulburn; and Ambulalce officer -I. Gormian, of the Crookwell branch of: the Golllbulrn Anmbulance, halve joined a hospiital unit of. the 9nil A.I ..
VICTORIA PARK Trainer's Double [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 29 May 1940
VICTORIA PARK Trainer's Double SYDNEY,- Wedne(sdIay:. Moorefiel(I trainer.R. Gray scored, a dbolile at Victoriita Park races a. to-day."a:,b'ible Talk Ind .Saniuril,' both tialined by him i;. on the: first indl second ldivi aon fat the Flying HIandicap rohpect ively. Results we re:_, " JUMPEIIS' I?A' I IAC?-.,: ;FliESTOON .. :. B elvoal: Fernave..:: V Scratched: rekster First Iivhsioini RMolyesa xt 'RDS 7i: ý Gayi0 iince ;Brethren; ' `.'' .. ... 3 Scratche d nBluo aron : '" _..t MAIDEN HANDICAP i Scinatched: Le Canter, SIn Jullian::
What The Surrender Means [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 29 May 1940
What The Surrender Means LONDON, Tuesday: The French official communique this morning stated:-"The situation in the north is graver because of the unforeseen capitulation of the King of the Belgians. British and French troops are facing the situation and are determined to continue the fight.' Nothing im portant has occurred on the .re mainder of the front." 'IPhe: Gerian .comnuniqiiee issued froin the Fuhrer's' headquarters .,to-day, staited:-"The King of the Belgians, Impiressed by: the tdestiuctive effect of Geriman arms, has idecided to ceatse furtheri senseless resisttance., ani has complied.withli the' Gierman demandt to 'capitulate unconditioniilly The Belliin .Army ' accordingly .laid down its ii msn .to-dayt al d ceased to exist." In Berlin It Is estimated tlit;,i00,000 Belglans i have surrendered.l , - The Berlin Radio said to-day that approximately 500,000 Bel gian coldicrs had surrendered, and that the Fuhrer had decided to treat the Bel?ian King and his army "with the co...
GOULBURN RECRUITING [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 29 May 1940
G(UIdiUitN ItECIRUIT'ING " At theo reluest of Lieut-Generil Sturdee, who has charge of the East ern CommaInd, the Mayor, Ald. T. P. Manion, has convened a public meeting for to-morrow night at the Town Hall, when a committee o villi be formed to stimulate recruiting in Goulhurn. In view of Sthe import ance of thie neecting, a largo attenld asce is lihoed for.
684th State Lottery LITHGOW TICKET WINS FIRST PRIZE Next Draw Monday Night [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 29 May 1940
684th State Lottery LITHGOW TICKET WINS FIRST PRIZE Next Draw Monday Night SYDNEY, Wednesday: The 684th State Lottery was rdawn this morning, first prize going to the "Rabbit's Foot' Charlie" Syndicate, B. Marshall, 24 John Street, Lithgow."; i SHeconld prize wjis won 1,by th "hll ack Dog" Syndlc-ite, ',. Abrn- : hlinms. (.I'.O.. Sylly.v; thlirdI b1 tll "iHcater" Svyndicatte,.H.A. Ltndt,. S(0 Middle Huarlour Road, Lililiteld, alld fourth by thell "11 Syndi-, Ncai, G. .. Hoberts,, Canterlbmry IHowi(l, C'itltcrli'ry.. Lottery No. 685. will Ie drawn on Monday: night. Following are the prize-winning numbers drawn to-day . it/; Prize, ,£ 000 .`... ..:; .. 6(128 Scond :Prize, £1000,!. .:5)08' : Third' P'rize '5£1 00 '..': . 0;?: ' .? 63:(7 : Fourth Pri'ze '£800'. 20 :12650 26857 3055733220 54427 58395 69022 7.4446 79947:86771 ..708 '38897 ?45895 50721 6,6060 .; 76832 287182 88675 98293 98754 ITEN AT `£10,: 7 97 63588'. 11682 12211 '?229945 i 31437;12599?43450 0086587198 TEN AT £380 25341 ...
On The Range. Bungonia Ties With Marulan 10 SHOTS AT 500 YARDS [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 29 May 1940
On The Range. RIFEI SHOOTING Bungonia Ties With Marulan 10 SHOTS AT 500 YARDS Scolringthe sane unlber of lloilnts; Bungoni's;: ifleentin tied, with Mt?a lan in a mitifeh held ont the .uiigonit Rifle R'.htilg?. Thi.e mntchi consis'ted of eight ie, fiting 10 shots att: 00 'ho.. w eaktherav 'not'.: fr;voti-ibl,' fot go00;1 scotring.'?Atltiies? 'tiite est: er ly :,ili I e LheI?Ig:le force;. til tmade :icurifiatiie ;soitng.::; dffc;i:lt. The tol scorer ra.itot hmatch o 'ts vW Parnienttttt ofi M iamlat t;wo slhot a nitteih ttfftt icilt conitio?s. -:. mteld -ee stpltecl'. vitb ' atftertoon toe by the lathes of Bttogouta Scores lBuongour::t V Hiansell;7 W. I.Soutl? X5,V Ayt H.1' 4. M Coodper ;??4;. Lithtti'a 41 S. Cook. l Feltliti-' 47; ? " h vi rd -:" 41t,'t R. YoX'itg IS C .;'Logtt' 4.1 i'. Morris'14,
GUNNING RIFLE CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 29 May 1940
GUNNING ýRIiFE CiLUB Tho C uinii: Rifle 'Cis vely shoot on ;SUyiidlli ias f o?'is'. thli :.300: yrle ran.e J. Ji Lyncl ioppolcd only; one- liit i-ineach round He' w;on',.thic, CO~cO ?0'i the Nort.. ridt.: dthe Scores*-: .- J.i Lli ,'0h3:' (3) SO A'.Snitih i6 14 (lS) 80; M. Tonlin, 34 .d(,(3'0) " S( 0 F: Dawes, 29 27 (iS) 74'H..Brennianhn,35 33 (I') 721. '
MARULAN GOLF Choice Nine Holes To A. T. Hoare [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 29 May 1940
MARULAN GOLF Choice Nine Holes To A. T. Hoare MAItRULAN: The: Betterley .:1?arl( Golf Club on Sunday last 'conducted a,choice.nilne holes tompntition, which resultedi iii a win for1 ole of the oldeli ilayers and I long marker, A. r Ho-?'re whose' net' 25' wias a liirticularly good effoit We:: : tlier conilitions\- 1 eio agalin perfe t' ilnd the ifterinoon:s golf wals enjoyed by ?ll ,pi sent.: Prin'cipal scoles se?e:? A; T. HIIoare 37 128 25 L.,' IIoiai:e, 33 5'28 S; Todkill, ,6 7 290 C! Smith 35 .530; E. D -,nuithli; 3 8 31 ;.: isher, 38 7 On S:Su'rily "net a -Stiblofoori Pa?u coipetitioi w"ill bhe 1llyed.
Girl Came From Germany [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 29 May 1940
Girl 'Cme , ' From Geriany LONBON: M1r. andiirs. C. Bradley thought their 17-year-old daughter, Gertrude, was ini Germany: She walk ed Into -their home hin CanCmbridge Road, London, WN:W Gertrude ic?''retty fa ir-halired girl, l 'ii ?:Grivesen;dI recenlly from ati D 1utch sten iei She told the Sundiay 'Expless : "I"vwet tt Ge anylastAgust to sp?idam ontlhi''s:licday :with my sister, whomis married1 to;i Gernman anid livesat Gera nea liig. ".?When 't r,:istarted ;Itried to cross both :the Belgianandi Swiss frontidrs, but they web closedi Id returned to my 'sister aud,' :although I was no0 iinterine, I iwas swacvledl. S WHAT HAHPPENED "The'Germans (lid not seent anti British:. T'hey do not want war, and hope it ?yll eno quicit kly, but they feel confident of ;ictory. I .wa not hadly_ treated hilt t was 'lad when the' said i , could`lla\ve. Asked if she hought elir canin hlaclk' hit.and'cot iii`Geirm'any, Mist Bradley" replied":;'. INot: being a Geria I;: couild "notr have all the rati...