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Baby Show Over £100 For Patriotic Fund [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 30 May 1940

Bby Show Over £100 For Patriotic Fund The Baby Show organised hin aid of the Goiilbutii- Patriotic. Fund by Mrs. Wescle, FMisses Twyniamr; Mrs. L. Auduibon :and Mrs. W." Llewellyn (secretary), in St. Saviour's'Hall' oia Saturdiay afternoon was' olne of the most successful efforts yet:: held:for the funkd. Mrs. Wesche, in a- very hiappy speech,%introduced M rsC "-E.: Prell, whio opened the show ;and expressed her :pleasure ,at seeiingsuichlharcroiwd present: TheMayoress Mrs T. P Manion presented the man`ze ? fto the succe ssf i caindlidiates i-.:::.: r J FLloyd: gave invanluable r'' very dainty afternoon tea -was serveil rs Chislihollii Mrs Morton and Mrsi P. :OiForid~i were ainchlar:ge', of the tea room n Mrs.- jE -Lloyd; Mrs. . P Beldl.ir s;M;Garreit. were responsible foithe prioduce stall :The doll:; stall Was supervisedI y?:MrsN. Gibson Miss Brydeii and Missi S: Gib son :lThe;,jumble:stall, was under.; th'o care of Mrs. IMarisden Man fred, 3`r< - rdarranged thie popula...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 30 May 1940

ENTERTAINMENTS SDAYS PONE IRTZ -.ETN. 832 Fireside (Comfort andl I)unlopillo Scating Thrilling Starts T ORRO She: used A WOM MAN'S WAY No man would even dare to risk the wild decision em e!Astory of lurbu ent love playe by two of the creen's most gi ed dra matic s rs. NOT S TABLE FOR GENER EXHIBITION "MUSIC IN MY HEART" Singing Six New Song Hits Suitable for General Exh ibition Suitablle forl Generall Exhib~itio n ROQLYN j ARI) ,'ART?k AND DAN( S will bg held in ROIJQ -SI.AL SATURD)AY , 1st JUNEI Adiib. 2/ N. MicCORMACK, Hon. . 1NOTICE OLGA REI R'.ON will co duct Business Gijls' Classes in Phy sicat Culture, Ballet and Tapl Da cing iif S uthern Crods Hall, Every Mon .day Night, comnencing .lJune 3tfrom S645 to 7.45. Pees: 2/ per les n. Two Good Drinks For Cold Days / JULLIVA 'S2. r. and Lemo ade 1 alf.tinie-' - The neLw whinter drink. Ask for them at all leading soft drink shops. Befoie you're Sday coldel Srap yourself in a sn.ug-fltling Overcoat frdm Lavly's1 at g eatly i Reduced P...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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GOULBURN SOCIAL ACTIVITIES [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 30 May 1940

GOULBURNC SOCIAL ACTIVITIES Miss Joan Meagher is spending her annuial;hlidays at Katooniba:'' Stayliig with M?rsL; ,L :Harvey arei her mothed and father Mr aiind Mrs' P.: iarris;. of Burwood. irs W.' F.aulde ,will go: to'Yass, on SatUilrday", where slie will a:spehds a, week,:'arid.'ivill ,be :resent at: her niece's aeddinig at Canberia? Miss Annie larry of rHilcrest, returned r:to-d ft, :;s?li dingn a long holiolaya Oraniige ae the guest of the Misses Cunininghain and Mr and Mirs Sloane:. Mr f Caspers of aithfuli Street, and hlier two children; John aid- Mary; have jist. rethurned frob l a :,most- enijoyabl:e :holid'sy :spent at Ardlthirn . itli Mi;aiaild Mrs':Tose;.` .Mr. !and: Mirs ; ?V Walsh', of 'r-il wood, L`have` eteurned :home` aftei speidinig a holiday in Gonlhurniis the gueists of Mri aid Mr Jim Rat feirity, o "FIll'1111a'?, ;.3elmoro;treet,. Dr. P McM'ahoai;" aof acqurie Street, Sydiise, pid a tflygl i Goulabniii'.,-th thi iv e i: Cirowdedl initea' ;ilot:into ' iis visit ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 30 May 1940

A dramaitic bustle, b?o w in. cerise ;'moire rnishes this froc k of sym phony 'blue. 'The back of the gown Ss gathered to nmet the :bow, which has wide sash ends.

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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ESCAPED [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 30 May 1940

ESCAPED Cecil Alpen, Belgian-born Australian, who early last week walked into Australia House, London, and told a graphic story of his escape from' Brussels, where he was xith a Red Cross unit.

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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Home Nursing Examination [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 30 May 1940

Home Nursing / Examination At a recent examlnation held utnder .he ausplces' o6f th'e"Gdiliburn :V.AA.D. ;he following:, ladies , qualified;, and vill shorl'tly :receive :Red 'Crds. Cer tificates':-i.Mlsses :Gwien cJAyrel Coo fitance 'Blake a?? :Jaet :Chigholm, Pat ricit:hislholl', ,Mriam: Chilhiolm, sylviii Braeil, I Doris`n. F isoi.;: Diilciff Fensonim',, Heather ,Fife;: Zella .Fife, Joseelhilne. Fullam, Rhea, Gooch, Betty Grunsell; Amy, Medway:: Lorna ,Ndwv in d, Alm- O'Brien Myra Poll ;Beiyl Sminithlimdlmes. Lilian:: Bradford; ilsle- Coxx ?yarga}ret Gallagher, Cath erine,; Ken edy;.;- Meler:i; McIciaughlin Latirua McDonald. i ' The edxaliinatio?i: wnas: conducted, bydiatrion .Sterenson-andlsiiter Keirin mi!s;l ivho? congriatulatedi the claissyon the .,high ..percctago: o1 m tilmrkss' .,°ob

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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BUSH FIRE MENACE Fireplaces On T.S. Reserves [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 30 May 1940

BUSH FIRE MENACE Fireplaces On T.S. Reserves Although the .Goullhiurn Pas tur.'c Protection Bloard is strong ly in favour of building fire-: places on reserves near Jioslyn,. in order to 1help in" prelenting' liislifjres, ,it wais decideld at' meeting yesterday to. refeiitlie lnitter to the Stock ln.1fiectir,: -ri I. Hii' ded, foi' faitmthei,.c -;: pollt. SMr. Hjldred repobitedtharing madoe ain inspection.o, .the reserves neal:. Roslyn" relative: to '.the .proposed econ. str.uction .of two, :fireplaces: e re commended, :that one :fireplace :be h'll'-i'R;'l and. ' the other:;al Broken Bridtge. 2 "The main 'i iisoii fo: 'n? requies is theipreventiion, of bushfiress ;stated Mr. Hildred,., ?io said thliai .::hc.esi mated i ets of 'eich fireplace: ivas £8 The wllet aedded- tha -his recoin mendatidns hail' been rdiched i.;te confe:ring w;ith tlie Crodkwell Shlie. Council, the Roslyn Progres's Asso0 ciationi indi. residents; of :the 11istrict. BIiCK s Olt STONE? Mr. \miaiioni: Isnt tliheri...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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Kingsdale Social For School Funds [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 30 May 1940

: Kingsdale Social For School Funds KINGCSDALE: .Almost' £:4 .wns raised 'at' a sociail and euchre pairty held recently iii aid of-schoolr fundif A bonfire and fireworks display:pro cedo.i the "social, and attracted a good nuniber cf children, fwho. were accompanied by'liarents, friends and visitors. After a -lively 'half-lioiri.around, the fire ill elnjoyeil tlicmselves ,1is ,te .classroomn of the school, dancing to:- mnsic supplied,: byi Mr. Richards. Mr. ,T'. Funlnell .was M.C:, and; as sistedl by 1Mi.: Ji Ho-Igan, ran off two novelty l dances: :,,rThe. winhers.' of these wVerel ;Mrs:, J.. Cliallkei;. partnel ed by .:Mr: .Lamnb, :nd : Miss. Una' Waters, and 'Mi?i:,.: , Matthews. Mrs. :1Iairgules;,, antd Mr. Crolker yore the \iiners;.of the euchre. All prizes wir,? dolln(ted) by local, resl iults. , Sup? iwis served," after ,vhich the .teacher' Mr. E. Margules,: expliressed his lithakils, for 'the support givein to'tlio finc'toi; and illf voted the e'f eitng one' of the 'besot it'...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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PATRIOTIC FUND AT GUNNING [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 30 May 1940

PATRIOTIC FUND AT S" GUNNING G-:UNNING: .On Wedinesday .eyenirs i the..Guniiing Coroiinatioi Theatre Talk". les filnied a talkie progrlamlne in ?idl of .tlie :local Patriotic Funds, liich yielded abiout 4"16. It was .a Ilighl4 enteirthinllhg show, and was very much elijoyed .by those present.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 30 May 1940

What a Delicious Idea' . .. ..;.... 4,. F(.. . . ;' " .i. now. ý ý Y It oS' Vhen you get the flavour of honey and the, Crunchy richness of corn fltakei together in a leaihery light steamed pudding. It certainly s a delicious ideal So clip thls recipe right out now. You'll want to serve Corn Flases Honey Sponge again end again, whenever the deather calls for a piping hot and heartening desert. CORN FLAKES HONEY SPONGE.: I cup Kellogg's Corn I level teaspoon. Flakes carbonate of rode' I lablespoon butte. cup cleaned sultanas" cup honey I tablespoon chopped' I egg candied peel. . l?evel cup flou.' cup milk,. Pinch of salt Croom the bler, add the honey;- miing well and gradually add the. beaten egg. ?,oissen the Corn Flakes with the milk' end. add with the sultanas, chopped peel,. hnd ifted flour roda and, salt miixlng. evenly; Pou into a butered pudding basine, cover lwith buttered paper, and ste.m Ifor.2 'hours.. Serve with. custard or hbney 'sauce." Yed 6 ,evi Yield: 6,,eroing-. !-?,...

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P.P. BOARD Problem Over Reserves [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 30 May 1940

P.P. BOARD Problem Over SReserves As some doubt exists whether the (.ourlbnun J'astlures P?rotec- tion IBoard can sell a reselev' or )portion of a reserve in Older )to; purchasn e another ieserve, yes-. tlerlay'3 meeting aof. te board: decided to mtake ull-- inquiries'-: into thie position... The decision 'sasithe ,outcome of a letter from aMr. J P.iMurphy,;of :Tar ago in which he stated thata..b"alck of land( about one nile fronm the Tar ago trucking. yards ?, would` make.' an excellent: reserve. i ?. ; :/ <.:. : .:i ., "Stock .coming titis w;vay ha've to travel froni( the :Rother wood reserve to the Curraiway,, reservea:. distance: of abouti 18 iiiless '??'iaddedit Mr, Murphy;. ho declared iftlwould h lie practicable to uintrucstoii ck. at the truciting: ,yards:?:*ail- ii?move :thifi straight into .the pa tdocks, asa tieri was no place excepta k=reek near ,the cutting vhere stock ,old rest and be watere~l TEST OAE D "For Isomei years .:we-have -been trying to getatest. ...

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Nice Clothes In Holiday Time For The Young Person Tailored Smartness : Little Suits That Are Replicas Of Adults : Value Of Flannel [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 30 May 1940

Nice Clothes In Holiday Time For The Young Person Tailored Smarfness :Little Suits That Are Replicas Of Adpits: Value Of Flannel By "E-:VE'" During the ,chool ;holidays this month : Sthe shops have been showing practical and, pretty clothes for'school girls of various ages, with particular attention to those of the gawky age when clothes are a difficult pro blem to the mother who wants, her daughters.; to look their best and yet'be suitably attired,; 4A feature of the season's. r arb for thb young person is tailored smart ness conlbined with colours that arb' becoining and durable. 'Fortunately it is not hard to ,achlve the'duiable tjuality 'for modern dyes are 'excel lent-and. the '.daniges of fading. arc greatly :mlnlmised ii not altogether overcome. "Little suits, replicas of those'worn by adults, are mostih:, favour - even for tots of- six or seven and these made with shbrt,-pleated or straight skirtseand short jackets almost to the hiplinme, :are the.rule.. '!","Pockets and but...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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FAT STOCK Cattle Values Firm WEEKLY SALES [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 30 May 1940

Cattle Values Fir "' ,WEEKLY SALES ' bCaittle -vales ruled 'firin, ?but. * the; mi'rketifo.r, sheep. showed'-i '(downwvard' trend at', thlie ::;Mlii- '-.n cipial Saleyitrda ;eslerdai;: wilien ; thie Goulburli:weelile. -fat'i stock .. sales ? ,iWre conitinued: ' " A, Al ppto i im itely,;6 7 6 sheep. ,w ere. lor , ai;i?;nd whi??,liile. the cuality :en eiail subiissioni- iicludledi' iih?ibero:bf -at,. tractie;lilies: ntiloi eer allyli as liot uas i;gl:.' as t.litiit"xperi enced .at .recent ales, nlt id'tH:-lnri' ket fbr tlieoilis. plrtL wiis 'ablit' 2/. belon iliaites.rates;l amOl:b'ein:dillobw about'l/ : nietliheta :15/.b t''o. 2/l ',plaiiie* S5./ " : .to l'/ ?'::;'::criossb i;oed"; *',wvtlihers " : 0-: 207'/ : ?t6 ,;;3./7,Mm.li i i ,1 to l, ':A/c :;:N.Z .L; :',,an :;. G ,: Ijtd;:" : 50 in .w;:iestern li iedii?21/;: 30 d-.do:0 21/.': 38." in . 7/6 ;-38 .:do:;,,l-7/,; 60 doil5/- ;~ipassed -1;9 'do0-l13/11,; 8 o.,, 1-17 i ;.1 bd" Imsti?ie 9/1;:,;: 2:9 ddo., l 6 /liO -';:4 -. iii.M: ; y3...

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PATRIOTIC CARNIVAL Result Below Expectations [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 30 May 1940

PATRIOTIC CARNIVAL Result Below Expectations S An announcement that the oaoss result of the recent patriotic :carnival in Auburn Street Ilad. > amounted to only £78/1/9 caused i:.great disappointment at the '7meeting held last night by the ;.Goulburn: District Patriotic and War.i;Fund' Committee. - ?A-iu.A.i AGoodlhew said that the.car nivial iatte'hdaiice! waas most discoiurag iig'nd a. the ffinancial' resiult 'contiast:: e sh'adplyj;:Iv;':tihfll. the :,gi'eat: siccess.c that: :iad:. attended 'patriotic effoortst in" smailer toiitwn s scli 'as Jugiong ;:aiid iBungendoire:.h.ere L?S£700. anid'£o800. liad bbee ?i izaised .,: Gottlbulin said d. AdGoohwe was enititled:to! more "siupporti'Dt om i :'tlthe )ibsistiies;: comimunity thlla it wi-asI. ie-? ceiving :and hoielt added :that' he coiuldl isot ;acdept;.tlleh'i ai'gument that. i tihe; slidop'si i'oulI have 'lost £1000' had: .tliey, closed'' fotr tlie t gyminkhliriia lili'li naUto libe airilaildoned'.'; ' I-.; He: 'believlleed tha...

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Broadcasting Programmes FOR TO-NIGHT 2FC [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 30 May 1940

Broadcasting Programmes FOR TO-NIGHT . 2FC 0::1.: Dinner lusic. 7.0: News. 7. 10 0 Bob Parl'h.' "'Amerlcan Sing'er'. 7.15: National Talk. S..0:. liaria 'i Mrko ,silprano). S.15: .Antall Doratl conduct in tIle Sydney Symllony Orchestra. 9.30: News., ?"0.0.:.lotllern.. and Contelni orury Composers -10:40: Jim Itav dson's ]arlnd. 11.5: Yews. 12:..Close. .' O.:a21 e.O: 13.n.C. News. .15l: :Splorting Ses sion; 7.0: DlngeerMuc. 7.:I0: 'ahe Aflter Dinner Shlow. . .-(: Abrahalln. -in oil--a Rladio )''ly. .1.20:- Violin Ieditl lby Sellla Nenmet. 9.t10: .'.Celerlty e urdilns. 9.45: Sydney Synllllony Or chestra: 10.31): .Close. STATION' ON GOULBURN TO-NIGHT 5.15: "The Snmile Clu, " S.ession, con-: duted Iby "Aulotle L;o." 0.0: rli.IC.' News. 6.10: Organn Recital, from St. Andrew's CIhurch. '6.O:i",\lice in Vond erllnnd." 0.45.: "Yes,, \Vlhat!"" 7.u: ""Rit" Screen News., 7.10:.' "llney." 7.-5: the Newest lleeordl',7s. S0;): 2GN Pre sents. S.15: Sollos by ,amouss Singers. S.70: iavourlte.Orchlie...

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Binda Reserve Control Desired By Board [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 30 May 1940

Binda. Reserve Control Desired By Board In a letter read at yesterday's meeting of the Goulburn Pas tures. Protection Board, .the Stock Inslpector, M: F. Hildred, stated that he liad insplected. a reserve at .Binda 'and:'ecom melnded that it.be: placed under the board's..co trol: . AMr. Hildred's inspection was the outcome of. a letter received at a previous meeting of the hoairdi from the Chief Siiiveyor, 0 Mr, C.. J.: HI-ar iett, in which the latter recommend ed that an area; at Bindhi lie: divided ilito two, divisions-one ,oi" travel 1ulg stock.and the other as a' qui'rry reserve. "In suggesting thait a reserve be. placed under your control, I iwould like your assuranlce that: the .board would not interfere with the use of the area as a resting place, for motor ists," declared Mr. -'Iarnett, who re commended that a notice, be erected bearing the words: "Reserve for travelling stock, camping ' and, rest isng place." GROWTHI O,l ]IRIAhIlS Is his letter to the meetiing; Mr. lldlred ...

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War Comforts For 2nd A.I.F. Criticism At Crookwell Meeting [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 30 May 1940

War Comforts For 2ndA.I.F. Criticism At Cro.okwell Meeting CROOKWELL: Strong criti cism of the mass distribution of war comforts ,for soldiers under the Lord Mayyor's scheme was forthcoming from *ex-servicemen at the public meeting held in the Shire ChambersoniMonday night. Mri. C.. Firth, whose remarks were supported by a number of other re turnied men, declared .thlat from his experience idui:ing'. the last 'war the menlwho werqe doing the fighting dlid hot receive the cdinforts. ??',Tle meeting, which was one of the largest, andl most enthusiastic ever ield in the towin -it:.being estimated that .ipproximately SO w0ere :present- lecided to open a branch of the Lord \lnyor's Patriotic and War F.und in Crookwell, .and to immediately. pro ceed wsith the work .of raising -funds.. .In .opening the meeting, the Shire president, Cr. W . M. McDonald, ex pressned pleasure at seeing such a mxie gathering. The. meeting. had been called for the purpose of form ng a .branch of the Lord. Mayto...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 30 May 1940

CHECK THESE RATES Ntow mych easie are our repay el Our av no.regrets: You r say n receive instplmentl 0 / 2 .. 7/6 £15 5"/- £25 . 7/6 Iturrw 'on furniture, e2 wing machines, etc., 'rOtt lonll poffes n., Strict privacy. NEW(SOU .H WALES MOI" DE ETE and IN stment Company Limited SUBSCRIBED CAPITAL £400,000 E.S. : A. I ank Chambekrs SCnr. IOnll?tte oad Aubntl Slrteet Telephone:, Goultrn 4185 Crookwell EACH AFTERNOON Buy THE GOULBURN EVENING POST from GEO. NICHOLLS or M. FLEMING'S NEWSAGENCY Fr MenWhoD n vening Wear I 1 R]E'S 1n0 11ne.1 to r ln111111 y1 oCf the necessity 1o per fectly laundered Drless r hirts IlbC ,ib llus,.. only the 1 o0,d,1, Lault 'y-witih proper equip ment andl sklled optenr tors ca n plduce that Ilerfect glo6sy fl'lsh. Dress Shirts 1/, ollars 2d. MOD RN LAUNDRY CO. __101P --3-77 (n1th1nr :Al 11111 l1 ,,Ii ll Ia :: j.11 gaJl li, A Selection Of Wonderful Bar ains For Friday And Saturday 1 store wide search-a ruthlessi cutting down of fsual Iices, and once agnin we ar...

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HOMEBUSH SALES [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 30 May 1940

HOMEBUSH :SALES Winchcoinbe, Capson and Co,; L'td., replort that 332 900: sheep ,niid 'mn!is were p`d ennes:td Hoeat:iH eb i?h to day., Best :qalltit..lines i?"ereunchangedt and others~ wer easier On thd hoof °at- the' yards 'goemto? prime eWe mutton :imade2 .ý d to.3d' per pound, wethers' 3d :.to= 3.d lhog:i gets 3Sd Ito 44d,' lambs I5d.?to :6d suckers 71d to 8'd.., Good to prime' ewes, 9. to 12: months' swool, made 16/ 'to '20/, later shorn '13/ to :16/ good to prime wethers, 9 toil12 months' wool, 19/ to 26/, alaer: shorn •15/ to 18/; lambs, .hogget? ind. suckers, 21/ to 26/. One thousand five hundred cattlc were yarded.:-:The miarket generally was easier.,: Dest` quality sorts :.were very firmi: Good to prime vealeri realised 43/ to'51/ per 100 lb, steers 41/. to 45/:, heifers 3737/ to 42/, bullocks 34/ to 40/, cows '32/ to 37/. Speaking at the annual meeting of the Coloniail Sugar Refining Company yesterday Mir. E. R. Knox said that Australia last season prolduced 900.010 tons ...

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AMERICA AND WAR Trade With Soviet Russia [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 30 May 1940

AMERICA AND WAR Trade With Soviet Russia Last week, says an American ex change, the '5114-ton Russian motor ship Kim put into San Francisco from Vladivostok, unloaded £1,400,000 of gold bullion, sold it to the San Fran clsco ?iln't cFirst" gold shipped: dir ectly from: iussia:' to thie U.S sin6e 19371, it was a .mere-twentieth of, the t25,500 000: bof Russian g:old :bought; by theU.S. (thrugh other countries)i In thatrtime:: i denb'erg rowitho occasion;? for,; la.mba'st-, inguithe 'Adm::nistratl)on'st goldmpolincy (", Follyfd' ,'; :.Ae dio :notufswantl"ithe goild";) o' flo tohe Sena . But to newsmsen it seredtospt ligh t the `surprlsingr ttrend ofU.S. n adly) ': 'needn : U.S'Su 'n ma?uv . chinery ;lmachine' tools, moelybidnum, steel 'sheets, etc ? ussia ~has been ;regd as good r custo?mer by ??. exporters, baaspid them £141 ,500, m000 i (mostly cash on theline) In the last'ten years. Henry;Ford alone, has made:£5 0000000 of sales to Russia, Indclilding the' dies anid stampiings of h...

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