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Bad News To Come Warning To The Public [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 30 May 1940
Bad News To Come Warning To The Public LONDON, We'lnesdiiy: TheUiider Secretary. to the Miitstry for Infoim ation, Mr., Halold Nicolso l ,i; n broadncast aiddiess to rnigbht declarei that the news f ni, Flandersvwas:li ad, but' the public?niiust e'xpect wois? 'ii the days, ahea.i. . But :remeiilihe:'althougli?the?OGer cans may reach i?~decision in'FiPlal ders, it is not the final, decisio?: ? It is 'possibleby the employment of miethods :non-existen t in peviiielous wars that the Germiniis may;., landi some". thousands of laarachutetl 'i Bi'itain. ,Theyw Willi not be i'll owed ito reiiiain, veryl:;g. 1', ,:They could ;dio1: maiii tain :.themisel vmsh i: face' o?f :ou?,i oi'erwhelming naval. poier:. .:: ' 'We have cinfti?ereil the Geirmans once. We .willco?iquier:them agail.".
Youth Takes The Helm Published by Special Arrangement. Copyright. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 30 May 1940
Youth Takes TheIe elm By Phyllis Hambledon The author of 'Tle lrick of Courage,' e Published .by Special Arrangement., S . Copyright :;'., ' .!:..:', ,:* . * : - .Lorrailne Carmichael. I suppose he's jolly good at lookl lung after the' estate;': ssid : Lorraine'l innocently. :"It's hers, ;:i'si t it n hiot cousin"Guy's?9" PYes. I :suppose heL Is.',.;.::. ; If 'Lorraine didn' t 'see 'vhat he'. m eait,; he '.thought ;::' tter ie' ve it at that:" Lorraine;.didn l t ee She was' feel In?g sorry for. Beryl,:." soi ry ..bout Couisin- Guy , holiail seenied' rather nice really:: Anid- h er nlid didl't woik on the ,lines 'that fEddie . had iindicated,;: nor did she. know 0very much -'abdut; "nything," 'though she thought- she knew everythinig. And at; present: her. thoughts were.. on another taickit'. 'Eddie;" .she said; and. now -it was her .tutrn' to maike 'patterns; in 'the gravel- with her. racket, 'if, a' girl has lmodney; do "yoii .think it 'keeips men off her; or the reverse? ' Eddie g...
BLOCKADE OF BRITAIN Germans Have Plan Ready [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 30 May 1940
BLOCKADE:. : N? OF BRITAIN Germans Have Plan Ready LONDON; . Thursday: Accoiding to reliorts fr6m Sweden the :Gei:m;in intend to use hundreds of higli speedo iarmed- motor boats .to ibnckilde, Brlt-' ain and to cripltle the Driiitsh Natiy; : Dover fiimilies .,onsitn an unotffidcliii evacliation.. Tr'.iis filled ' witli mfiiothei aind tchildren lef thlirolighoUit the,.diie y fbo safort threnas.-'--; .' :-'.-',' .';' i.-n,
LATE WAR NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 30 May 1940
LATE WAR NEWS Anmerican. bolnbers are alreaiiy ar-' riving in Frailnce and haive been sent inlo action. They are proving super ior to Illalty German L typlcs of air IMani;y families have left the south east' to.wns of ELnglatid and mived; to the midhitails iil conseo'lence' df the nin0imous air rhid signals. T" he Moscow radio' reliorts officially that .the PremierI. l Molotppi; has in structed M..Malisli;tlite ,Amb'assador t.od. ondoi,i to inlform ithie Britisht Go orllnolent that the: Russian ?ovorln ineilt could inot accept ..Sil r Stafford CriDtiDsis, a sspecial anmbassador:; Such tirade talkls as were suggested i otild hiive to tle coiiducted .thi'ough' ..the usrinl.channels :ind" 'the' offidcally; re cognised amlbassador:,i It tis 'belicvedl tlhat,this 'will leadsi to: the appointhicent ofSlir Staffo.rdCGrlilils to ttie ioosition of Ambihssador. iio MosCow\ y: ' Moscow ihts ,tiottfied ,1Litlhuania;t a Balttic. State.. thait several iniiibers of a:i'Itssiiin Turii;k Corps ,iave...
Patriotic Fund Gift [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 30 May 1940
IPatriotic Fund Gift At the meeting of the Goulburn Golf Club the sum of £30 was.voted for patriotic funds; £15 to-go to the Lord Mayor's'Fund and £15' to the Red Cross Fund. It was pointed out by the presi dent, Mr. P. W. Sandral, that this was regarded as a first instalment. It was decided that- fees of all members who join up with the' A.I.F. will be returned to them. when they go into camp. . \Vanted-At timesi. you. 1do:' ant then let the.Coulibhrn l, Evening Post cot it for you.
AMBULANCE DANCE AT KENMORE [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 30 May 1940
AMBULANCE DANCE AT. KENMORE h-'iere. was a fair attendance ,at the'"Kenm?re Village:-Hall for the dlance sand eeuchre tournament' hold 'lst Sitturday nightt to aid the funds: of -the Goulbuini Distrlett Arnbulancc; Mlesdames. -T:: Godfrey, J. South-' well,: M.' Johnston and F; Skelly coii-. pilse .at !:.";ibanid ;of hard . working o.rlganisers~ id Mr:. WV :Vaughan catriled idout ithe lduties of :MC very effideiiitly,' :-,in addition to pleasahil dancilg, to. the -strains off a: varied pibogramme o-.:f tunes: played ly. ia Goulburn ,'orchestra, a number- of vocal itenms :wete a.lso .enjoyed. :. Alias Rhso.d-Dare, accompanied-by Mlirs. ;:Diare; . isang :'?,Three Little Fishes;:" :and 'as an ?,eiicore. i number relnderedl WishMe Luck' As: Yobii W\ iive'Me? Good'bye' Aniotherýartiste to per form very creditably wvas As. J. Meyers,;wii ho sang:' Memories" ai'd "Red .Mooni'i .iith ?' se6ti soprano, voice. The' loie' ifristru mential .iteni \was` a :violitin'solo!by MArs. Gornian. Mrs Toot...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 30 May 1940
i~~ ~ ~ ~ ·-- •-- - -- ; . IMMENSE RANGE OF 1IEi ' JKNITTING Ow LS. n th o e nI acrein atfora the Ieeon t nitter: to slctl his coaict coolr i n availn ool ly ateT f T s r ier l . s all very e)eost "fashion. Wools." And 'trqoishe au edntic shide s for socks, cats, , etc. for theG i lghting forces avalallb: 1) r Tell Its your knitting problems an(! our experts will help you over your "knotty problems." "THE CORNE'S" ".PYRAMID IRL" SPECIAL 4 PLY WOOL BARG IN Not it cheap wool, but a first-clage ss o 1 Ply \V o, bourght Slirct froli thl e rn tid lll:flers t s al it avery cll rice. t(' ?i ,als , IIIII0Greys all 1,",wn Sock XWools. I ' slc atlly selecteol is availab thle only at "T Corner." of Colours aso, .C clralnen. Wine, Turquoise, e, fr Be, lus, Bottle, ulgund Jackrown an Ta li) "THE CORNER'S" "PYRAMID IRL~ 70 DIFFERENT CLOURS FUUALIY 4 PLY WO REPE OL :This finle Itl.Ity is exclusive tD "th Corne t.' Thereal sp e it com lee rnge of lain ol ours fo w&lt;' y 11 I'SCardigans anI...
Recipes Mustard Pickles. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 30 May 1940
Recipes Mistard Pickles. ;: Cut two large cauliflowers and six large onions into pieces..I usually add French beans, too. Soak the vege tables overnight in salted water. The next imorning bring: the vegetables and .the water to the boil and simmer for.5 minutes.' Take 1A *cup of plain flour, .? lb. of mustard,. 1 cup of sugar, 1 heaped teaspoon of turmeric and'6. pints of vinegar, mix, them'to a paste and bring to the :boil. Draini the vegetables from the salted water, -place them in the boiling, vinegai mixture and boil for:2 minutes. Bottle and pickle wh'ei :cold. Lem:on 'Cheese. One lb.: loaf :.sugar, 2 lemions,. 5 eggs,': 2,' -tablespoons: finely,.grated sponge cakle and ': lb.. butter. -Rub thedloaf 'sugar,- over: the. rild lf the lemons;, lump.5 by ilumnp, and when most: of the moisture seems to :-have beeni absorb'ed ::put the sugar into a saucepan :and crush it' finely." ,d d:the strained juice of the lemons and the butter; and mel t : over a gentie heat When mhelted, -add. ...
Australia Foregoes Her Aeroplanes [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 30 May 1940
Australia Foregoes Her: Aeroplanes LONDON, We dnesday:3' Th Hig Commissioner: for -Australia,- =Mr. S: l- Bruce, informed the: Minister of Aircraft .Production, ' Lord 'Beaver brook, ,that thei Austiralian Governi nient proposes., to trankfer :to~ the British Governmnehnt it's ?laims upon an inmpoitant airieaft order aio: be ing completed in the United 'States. The Minister haptr has a ed this Iro posal, and' 'expressed ' his apprecia-; t'ion of th'e Austrailian Government for -tliis act of genorosity.
HOYTS RITZ "House Across The Bay" To-morrow [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 30 May 1940
HIOYTS -RITZ "House Across The Bay" To-morrow The whims of the gods -being what they.are and working in such strange ways Ito .affect''the life, of.. each In dividual, it: often: is' interesting to ponder: the incongruities in the, lives of ,motion;' picture stet1s :?4Consider,. for 'exaiiitpl e?e, strange ,way. in .Which fate'dealt withlisch people:as George Raft ':Joail~:Bennett: naill. Walter Pidgeon;?1 all of:? whom appear; ,in Walter rWanger' s ',The House'.Across? the Ba3y"', which opensriat Hoyts Rit Thieatre 'dto-morrow I through ":United Artists release 3 Raft ha dn::ot?the slightest desire to- be';: film alctor. He 'staited life bas i :Ioxer, bleamee n a dancer and; soon ;was one of the; most' popular artistes of: hiisiline in the:. world:. James Cagney finally; persuaded 'him' to6 en'ter: pictures and" Raft. became an..:. overnight sensation ::at. a a:stiihe. klhen. it mea'nt exactly, nothing to' hlm.in. I would arhive;tbleen a pirize fighter iat" thliat,'" reiialiks Raft...
APEXIANS Two Members Enlist [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 30 May 1940
Two Members . Enlist ' :' ''eral vitinii matters came up o discuillssioli: a't'tlle Ape? GiClb's I 'imeeting at . tlie: ;Rliz :,. Cit'oi;:, 'tTlie es i'eIdeint; Vi Franc, Piiciii rPH'cliiidi ?iii"spond e incliu(ed '-a. ietter fLoiim'Apexlhii i'iFrainkl ;Gillsoii- who is t? li?frstent residllig iin Hobitrt; Tas mniai i?, lieie he is stittioned' with the R A;. I.':;'He I-to rote to./thank the clul) :foi it!?,!s ."ilctioion in decliarilgl him II .inaiiclal memlier for the duration or -Te .'iir. ir. -Qulson was formierly 'Ulie-ctb's i musical director. and was ilsio a, popular iiand ctive imemnier. The. clbb .recently accelpted with regiet the resignation ot Mr. R. Fo;rster, who has joined the 2nd A.I.F. In .tendering his resignation, -Mr. Forster stated that owing to his rather .extensive military traininlig he thought it his duty to serve his coluntry inl whatever capacity he i~Oiihii. Mlst oi tLhe .cvening wan given over tu the finalising of arrangelnlnts for the Apex "Arctic Antics"...
USE OF STOCK RESERVES Inspector Given Free Hand [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 30 May 1940
USE OF STOCK RESERVES Inspector Given .Free Hand In ',a report to. 'yesterday'si nieetiiig. of the 1Pastures' Protec= ` '.-tionl Board,. the Stock Inspector, rI, F;: F .ildred askedl for direc tions as-to ? ihat. act lie shouled, takein;regard>to persona:who :?' persistn er:f 'icamping;on reserve,' s a' rei'bfildred, added thathe ihad also receiveid :.complllaits that a ?stock? ownertwas ? ,:in the; li'bit "of : putting' his stocklon the reserves at-night' and ,'on .-SundaysO. - R r have come 'to my i dotice, h:but? heo have : bee : pla'cediu'nder :quarantine restrictions, reported the linspectnr. wivhl :'en?ntioneid ha-ing Inspected stock at the s iley'irds i daries asind oni various; holdings together :wit re. serveso and estock routes in 'vnrious parts of 'the district NsOtIORROlN RESERVE The report recominmieded that'Nor droag; Reserve . on the Towanlg-Gren? wich cPhek" Road he;ofenceit as'the 'reserve.was a source: tof? nconheni ece?i~ to ,owners aiin: i lroveri s 'iiiho wis...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 30 May 1940
,:tk a g9oodp b in a 1940 FORD V8 UTILITY s ECHIICLLY as it is in Streamin e far ahead gt and passenger Car Comfort . Beauty, Strengt ENGINIEERING AT ITS FIIEST - ASSURES LONGER UTILITY LIFE AND SAVES YOU MONEY! Fordt V-8 ofler in abundance lthe style, comllfort, zjptoinlt .tientsl and ?tretgth you want in a utility - and here a nt" oe of. Frrd V-8's improved design features: "Gear s /it or" steeriag column for finger-tip changes,: more rooll f three adults in driver's eomprauetttet. iNVe veatilatitg tiridotwe pivotqad to give any desired degree .of ventilation Without draughts. Ridse stabilizer and 4 oew design shock a sorbers and lytbng front springs for, iomfortable "even keel" drilg even ,ander the moat adverser.ud eonditions: '4.11 t I rear axle atio proved the bIestl for nmxinlnut pterforat e withl' " econ >aa of 22 m.p.g. and ataore. All-steel baodies eeially desi ted for longer life and Finislhed i a eloice f Ford Iauka l Enamel colours. Special Utility frame of dot le-dr...
Capture Of Narvik Is Announced [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 30 May 1940
Capturej Of Narvik Is Announced 1.LONDON WVedniesday:, A joint Ad niuiltjy sisad Tar Office communinlque announces that i liformationi hiiasbeest received tha't ;.Narvik (north- est Niorway): has :een captured by Alllied troops.; :' :(The 'coniniiiqi ldsd that iFa erness and. Forsneset also are Allied hiands.),: Britsish aliillsh naa fo.eS e:,ie iorted. to' have' sunk se;? en' ; e??a?rmn?a traispor(s int Na vik wates i:.n tli Inast three days. Alliedal:iciaft both' fighters and bomibers,: have' bien in creased at Narvik.
Nazi Poison Threat To U.S.A. Liner [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 30 May 1940
Nazi Poison Threat To U.S.A. 'Liner :' EW YORK, Wednesday: ''hlb P-!,Iesident of tile Maritime Union, -JTosephl Curran, announced tlhat : dlie had been informed front 'iunidentifiedl sources that Brit ish: agents lhad planned to blow lip the 'liner President Itoosevelt, whili waS elln route to Galwayn to rItpatriate Americans froni Eiurope. ' -.:He :,denied the .Berin :stateient-:: .hat, he .was Germiany's. inforimiat;::-; t i : 'adding: that :his only ,kknowledge, on;ii: he":in :mafter. was. ,adimned,': from., itwo, thlegrams fro'm' unknowni "ources: c: ,`.: h::The ashington ;is; expected; to arie: :iat , ordeatux i~ shortl f??oi nAericans ii France. , : M Bullit, the American Amliassador; lhas ad rised them to 'retu:ii' home'
TWO KILLED IN PLANE TRAGEDY Wirraway Crash In Queensland [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 30 May 1940
TWO KILLED IN PLANE TRAGEDY Wirraway Crash i In Queensland .I:. BRSBANE, Thursday: Two ItRA'.t'".'i :* nll'iceis were Ikilled .wihe a -Wiiiwy , ilalie:cra?ic liei d'on. tlie :espjilianatade, i; rithport anil Ilirst-t-into fiame : I'ie : v;;it ;ims ei e: ol PlPi t- Of i flf e::, ic Kevin.:.Aisel Goniian',f;. P;o£ e frthii e ilot) l d :.a;'i ' . ai t fi i ercy, :';b:' ilo n.r tao 'ithirl'n ese ti antli Of - :O feet,!':, of .tlHe giinrouelro isgan!n'ahil"wetit 'hto d a a r,"ba .elro ill. 'an'd] d"i vd In sviw:thinr^O eet - yelwo'louses-onJ thie e'siaipaande-and;struck'a fi.'en i bere y iu int6fie ', Peop.a, swho rii.ihed to,,hel h t crew . 'fore diviid bbaclelhy.'teieat-4Thon :r ll: w. tii?, e.t guilhli elby Soithbpoit Firie lBrliidearidith li-iei 'ed" jiaian 0s1 thlevi-ct iso w -re iecoeid