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MARKET PRICES [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 7 May 1940
The, Austialimin:' Wheat l:iiriiri}rs quotations for ieiport :wheat" are' un -alteredI?todayi'.y,:'Old': bills lo.ts `are quoted- fat' 4/,'t ,d'anibaggedi millers' pnicels at"'/3?a bbuslIel: Prices' :,ai Sussex Street to(iday were: Potatoes. "?"Ismhianl t £9 n £12/10/. egg?-new laid' 2;:icse 1/6 :butter 12 m .n-de ?cheese, " 10 fd to 1/2; hoe lin d toI?7?l: onioii; £10 to £12: . 1fj i'p. l i'ten :'1/3;'? oaten 5/ to 5/9.Ilern1 :i-n 9/: to. 9/6; I -'y licerne; 7/ to 9/.:o ated 1/::/ to"65/6i 'cocer ih aho it 'tieý ?.
COLD NIGHT WITH INLAND FROSTS [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 7 May 1940
COLD NIGHT WITH SINLAND FROSTS FORtECAS p'I Cloudy nd slio t ?. on the coast ,aniltiilbleliulds? but improvlig; fro io n thest ; ..:i fesh, showers ;iabout:. tie inotl iih rin boilderdist icts; imainly fine 'elseWihere ,foi the. presenftm;., od'?i rate - lay tempnei;tires; coo6l :.:td cold night monling nmist and fog: "ninldiil fLrots;'south to south?east 'w·inds, fresh 3to squally on thie coast.
Miners' Vote Want Strike To Go On [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 7 May 1940
Miners' Vote Want Strike To Go On CESSNOCK, T'I'esday After noon: The motion turg'ing. tihe contlnuance of ihsc coal .strike: s: was declared carried, by t'lie,:. largest; aggregate meeting`: of : ::.linels ever hcl lice.:? . SNo attempt was :.made 'to 'counlt the votesrfor and against, anid rovd scenies followed the chairmniii i:diee Speaklng; at the Cessnockt' meeting,` MIr .H.. Sutherland: ;representiitg :th'e` oiigiiedrivers and firemen 'said` that whatever the result of the' aggregate; meeting;, :members:of ; his: organisa tion .would not return, to. work until there haod been a satlsfactory adjust· meritof the engifnedrivers' conditions, .iiicluding, reinstatemeis t of. all, mem bhers. : Mr; W;.Orr; secretary of the- Mln ors' Federationi, said: . "Threats -against me have been maiy , bult they are not goingi. to frighten ine from doing the job I:hhave been asked" to do. -::I ahm osure :the .Natilonal :Security. A'ct., will not: hold back 'you fellows. We :-recommend continuanc...
TIME PAYMENT INCOME TAX Association Urges Compulsion [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 7 May 1940
TIME. PAYMENT INCOME TAX Association Urges Compulsion SYDNEY, Tuesday: Payment of Federal and State income' ta f 'li conipulsory instalments is .advocated by the Taxpayers' Association of New South Wiles': It is undelrstoof,6 loweer, lthat the Federal Govei.nment is: unlikely ;to introduce: such, a system at presenti No 'decision. has yet been' nimade; buti it: is stated that the weight of opih ion among ithe Governmenti's-finan cial'advisers is' that the cost of intlro ducing siuch a systeim ;woould hout weigh its advaniitages vlil:e the iricdl dence of, taxation. remainfi.as spr-e posed in, the, new taxation-measures announced last .week. The Federal Treasutirer, \Mr. Spend er, 0 would inake no comment .,:lst nitght,: except ,tosay' that-lie liad discusseld the: proposal with the Com missioner:.of Taxatorin: ;laost Friday, ,and' would: resume the discussion'.,it Canberta tonight.. : : The: New, South, Wales Treasurer; Mri. -Richardson,' said 'yesterdiay thatt if any. general : dem...
BUILDING TRADE DROP Appeal To Federal Treasurer [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 7 May 1940
BUILDING TRADE DROP Appeal To Federal Triasurer SYDNEY, Tuesday: A committee representing building societies, bui'il ing unions and the building industry, willl shortly request the Federal Treasurer, .Mr. Spender, to make 'vailable'flunds for building as part aof Australia'si' wa effort.l . r o tt '-Tlihe' Secretary "of iht . heAssociation, Mril:W G.' GPooleyv -satd "t6oday, that isionew.','flnance, for . hoibrie building was cosinii fo iwarsd. d*:;He';: :a'dded :.that7 consternatiosi' was ofelt:tlisosighoiug tis the building industry atfthle declinie of monthly expen~diture. ira?Cs fosiUtlie construtction 'of bhomes. F.?".rom £520:000 a month in 19:18 the -rafe hal.ad dropped .to £124,000 in Marcli last? year...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 7 May 1940
AUCTIONEERS B UN GEND OR E SPECIAL SHEEP AND CATTLE SALE FRIDAY, 10th MAY, at 1 p.m. 700 Local Cattle - 1000 t and Store eep 70 PRIME FAT BULLOCKS & COWS, ccou nt local S 0t os :100 HEREFORD 'iS & HEIFERS, rising 1 ye' mark, at con*, di : tlion 50 HEREFI'O STEllS & IIEIFERS, islng 1 year, 1 C, forward :: condiltliot : 0 BLACK POLG . STEERS, 2 and 3 years old., e red 100: SHORTH ULLOCKS, 4 years lId, good quality, rward condi 0~ ion5 SIIOR IIOIN U IOCKS, 3 years Id, good quality, forward condi S. tion :o:to 30 SHORTHORN STEERS, 2 years old good quality and condition 80 SHORTHORN COWS, with calves 4t foot -S0 HEREFORD COWS, with calves at foot 25I BLACK POLL COWS, with calves at foot, pure bred, excellent cattle io 'SI-IORTI-ORN HE1FERS, 3 years 4di, forward condition :,40 'MIXED CATTLE All the above are Local Cattle and will be found, to be a very attract ive yarlding in excellent condition. : 500 PRIME FAT SHEEP 500 STORE SHEEP Uiual rebates to outside Agents...
C.W.A. BRANCH Business At May Meeting [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 7 May 1940
C.W.A. BRANCH Business At May Meeting T: Phe .:a iy. meeting of the Goulburn branch of the Country ' :Women's: Association was: hcld in the Rest Rooni ?Ii : itoe of ;the coldl lay: the Imei hers sopent a ery ihappy'; afternoon arounti,,the I cheer.y:fire; and 1dhiiiredi the ns'rny:. bowy 0of" erries mnd flow ers ,w ith'wleho'ltbe roo 'sis dle corated.:' Mlrs C'C `rell . presidlei 'id drew the nmeinbers'i ttentionto two e eaulti ful'?Doulton vases4;gien'by Mrs. Alitchiell; :of a bpogee and formerly of the Mittagong branch as an i ex pression: oPappreciation: Qf the hos pltaliy 'ndl mi hy, -hiqppy hours she hallnkdpent at.: thie iGoulburn. Rest Roonim Correspondence included a letter from the hon. secretary of the Orange C.W.A. branch paying a tribute to Miss Adele. Thurbon, who has taken up duties as matron, at the Kenmore Mental HIospital and had been an active member of the Orange branch for 14 years. The; finances of: th'io bramnch weie sh'ownd'tor be .verysatisfactory,- During th...
For COLD DAYS [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 7 May 1940
For COLD DAYS For the family. dinner meat pies and puddings, are economical and sustaining for the winter months. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; They may be made from many in gredients, and here are some which &nbsp; are a little, different from the usual. Mutton Pies Flaky pastry is best for these. Use a piece of lean mutton fillet is the best, cut it into small pieces; and roll it in seasoned flour. To 1 lb. mutton, use also 2 sheep's kidneys and 1/2lb small cooking tomatoes. Drop the tomatoes into boiling water for a second or two, then skin them. Skin and trim the kidneys, and then slice them. Arrange the meat in a deep pie-dish and sprinkle with salt pep per and 1 dessertspoon of chopped parsley. Add. about 1/2 cup stock, or water, but remember that the toma toes, too, will make extra liquid. Moisten the edge of the dish and put 1 strip of pastry round. Moisten this, and cover with the lid, taking care that there is an opening over the pie funnel. Brush wi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 8 May 1940
MALE ATTIRE for EVENING WEAR IT'S 1tI sufficient to wear a I well- ino Dinner Suit. or "Talls" the ;cessolries ;Iare l utsl as imp( nl)?rnt to the well-dihr1 set mall. nlilflle (. r D),O?s Shirs, I. ,'s Vests lnd 'rhl.s 1)roperl Iatin leredl by MOD RN LAUND CO. '?l.oe 77 Au il n Illel HOW WE KEEP PRICES DOWN ,T.H E 'Adelaide Tailoring Con1 pl ny llbuys o nL tl'Uils iln hllge llltrhiei s, i1. special ic TIis wh oltl abli ed cnm .. or you 1, Ie, Sia see the . seas " ings. o youlr selection early. ADELAIDE TAILORING CO., LTD. Opp. A.31.1'. Blldg., Goullul'li YOU'VE NVERJASTED A N SO Delici Rd R shing as SUJU VAN' LE N Ask for i all lea ing Soft Drink Shops in Goulburn. r',? , i , l ? ?ts?c ?- "?? l?'n r i " ;_ Fo®' the world's be sweetheart' 'I i s ( .;illy no0 ing :'(,other will 11 1re ialc so sells .l11 1i d i' S i lllr ?l .11 \ ('onttP 1 'eill siy ils l ndld I; eSi Ie·w Itl lers. G;loes i to Ill 1n1 Woll lttle yol r gilt en It 1~ III ' 1 1 1 ' AT 'l''Y PRIC'ES !ROM Peop1 's-BAG &...
COOL DAY AND SOME FROSTS [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 8 May 1940
cooL DAY AND SOME ?FROS1S ,,OPEOCAS'i' 1itlier raifi o ii .:thl'o cto?nl,'t o': li h h vs:ldo ill/ iareas;, tinly fdine or';tie:pr ient in the o?titheii'i-listrilts i `' and) iniamid areas; -cool t ;.noil e'ate iday'. temiperattiies col. night With escatteiei'fiobst& land inmist and fog: on- th liig linds and- coast; south to south east wrids( fresh to squtally' o0 liarts of .1.e conast;: moderate to s rough seoa ,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 8 May 1940
ENTERTAINMENTS I l1Out. :of I rll'op' s blacl; -ollt \ flaino. the inside sto i of Sub m larile . Varfare. IT]c11, gas and ee with youllr ow eyes the Irighltfull story of w: ttol C0 ) n1111)e slaughter. ,," -.BOAT+ 2 I " S'TARRING " CON D VELDT and VALERIE HO ON ato suitable for Geno ral Exhibition.) Associate a rlaction: " IVE LITTLE PEPPER AT HQME" Feeaturl vI EDIT FELLOWS, CI,AREINCE (OLtI and tihe LIITT'IEI I'lPEIRS Suilable for Gelepal ,Exhibition) HURR ! LAST TWO D Y'S! MERLE OBERON in "OVER THE MOON" T'echnicol'our. i Phis WARREN WIIA?A .in l "'HE LONE WOLF STRIKES" and "tl USUAL (CCU PATIONS," T'chnllcolour'. (Progr':Ilami not suitablle for G(elnerl Exhibitio)ll DANCING C 11 'S ' S, . looi I M 10. '11.W~b il) tnp I.t SSL'S by raemet. 32 Cliffor~d St. luI'elepheliale 4017. LIEpERTAFP fill Atli;h tle loroecis of the L: y Gow deIRel Cross Ke, COllr t II ie ha" iei c S' ta the Red Ci se Societ J. Snow Socisi Sec. EVEN1 YOUR INVITATION MAYl WIN YOU A PRI at te CENTENARY B L S of ...
RECEIVED [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 8 May 1940
RECEIVED "Tlie FlgiltJng Soldlei," ,by :Major' .W. A.S. iDunlop, lateof th'e, Austra lianl Staff;Corps, iitsa ,book ,eveyi. sol Sier eliou l lhtav:e It':'ls~i"st dcoffinoii= senise, good idvice for' tihe miia?in who I' a'b'out t; fight forhils coubntry: It!i Is 1hanl fin 'ize and, apart fironn general dvice, ;i fiful ·of' useful tipsi Our copy from!Anguti. an'ildRoUertsgmi: Stopped ,for rhIng:a blcycle with out a zear light, ai Vturingtoni (Engt) rider :remariked, "O'li ?it' :all ,right. I .',lav o.ne :ii -my.:pocket; whlh I take' out...and,:'- r - at thu l:..rci: ;f carsappro?ihos:.': Hel vas fiid25/.:
FINDING WORK IN THE STATE [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 8 May 1940
FINDING WORI :IN THE STATE SYDNEY, Wednedlay: ,The State Treasurer, ,Mr. Richardson, said :.tor day that iis Governmnient., had asked the Federal Goverinment to advise .as Soon as possible what funtlier defence works they liroposed to carri'y. oiut? New South Wales. He added that .the iamount. made available by the Federal Governnient for defence works some months iag. was £850,00, and all-"olf"his hiuld not yet been spent. ::. The :Miiister fo W\ orksi and iLocal. Goveiniinent, Mr;. I aIantiil, tsaid t?,e; financial 'assistuance renderedi 0'0o"far" by. the Fede,'il Governimentt. hadl been very vailuable. He alddelI.. "I ,voilld sy' t'the cost' of worksth~is"b en neaiei" £1 ,000,000 than' £850,000 They 'hiveo given ftil time work at award . rat.es' to a lar'ge body of nie u who iv'oiild not ot..er wise have fonild emplloyl ent" 'l ' t
"No-Men" Who Prevent Film Errors [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 8 May 1940
"No-Men" Who Prevent Film Errors Hollywood is supposed to 'be a colony of "yes-men," but within the city limits there is a group of determined ex perts who. are paid 'handsomely to say ."no." These are. the men in .the research departments of tlh :various-major studios ?.whose ,function ;it is.to see that pictures,leaving this town are exact in detail, says Ed. Sullivan' in ".the. Chicago Sunday Tribuine.: At Twentleth Oeti'tu.iry.Fox .whnen they were.fililslgs8'Swanee-.River" there alnmostwa's aknock-ilown-and-. drag-out :fight;because the 'researclh department int'isted thlat the i.eali title of Stephlen Fosteir'3 song"'was "Old Folls .at.IHome.' .,The .chorus-of noes wesie drowned out because usage had :made' '"Swanee River"' niore. ach ceptable as aibobxotffice 'title: Thei .research departsiien t'hodwever, was right. The "no:mnen" of .Hollywodil" usually ar' r:illt.t They;*ve:";naden am . prbfessioh '~fbeiielg:rlgliht. \' NATURATj'F'ANCY Where do they learn aill o.f the ithings...
Haakon's Appeal Norwegians Fighting On [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 8 May 1940
Haakon's Appeal Norwegians F.," . .. Fighting On LONDO\N. Wedsnesday: "T he:',. Germans. inll Norlway are: :notI, practising., war,' ,L'cut :?eiderl.' ani'+l,:: ."Evhhii's deotiioyed eve'y!::":,·" ,asossintl i?ono f lefeicles. . zoens sti.eiitheiis lthe 'b'ople's ? e-.,::": solution,. to thi.,oo i : th: in vaders," said '" ing., Haalon, in' i,-'.10 lproclamation :.'.yesIteday froi .i "Somewhere in: N'Nov . He 0said1 the ?.Norwegiaans still ocdc? pied stroiig, positiolis,.and: Wou lil:dTe:.. conquiei the. reste l of P rNoiway ' The. Gerlmanln ofiiial. : iewlsdgency. adlmits inc1reisedil Bitish:andh 'Frenti ". Ipressure lon Narvilk 'aidl cimis': that" ", the Cernianl 1troopls:l'moving ll'nortli? fo the:relief.of the Narv!k.gar~rison haive reached aIosjon, though this is deniedl.i ly Nole1?i an headquli t'cis :: 'Swed mh messages maintain that `tihe 6th Norv'egian Divisioinl is stoutlir resistingi Germanri forces', . to til hinorth ofiTrondheimi :'.More' than half :a 'Germanl ba;,. tal...
Use Found For Short Circuit [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 8 May 1940
Use Found For Short .CGircuiit The deadly enemiy of electrical:.p pairtrus and the nlghtmaio:of elec lrical .engineers ?the -iliort circuit that blows fuiies aid puts oiut lights ndl, on a larger scale, lnielts: heavy, copper 'cables 'burlis;i out l nyasllios tnd disrul)ts ppo\e 'disitilbstiois mystemns-has lieen lihatirnessed 5aild pitl to useful worik. Electrical .engineei;s ?ve' ,learoedl tlhat this avalanche or power can lihe creittedl or brought undeoi coispleto urbljection .by a force as iiflinitesinial" as the energy nl1 a'itlhought .wave or, the oitisuit oEf an electric` eye anit when so-controlled can :.be o.maile otoi performl, big tasks., This nbow electrical prlidlple hlas, been built into '-dynanilo iti iiotori combinatiolis . that gilve' mnia a 'ti e-r nmendously, enla-rgedl con tioi' overn liaige ima chines; anid rwill i"'sii' pos sible the :hainessiis of the mnol:e sigantic 'mechaiical devices` it vlicli the expanding machlioe age illianilsJ
NO RAIN FALLS ON SYDNEY'S CATCHMENT [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 8 May 1940
NO RAIN FALLS ON SYDNEY'S CATCHMENT SYDNEY, Wednesday: - Further lieavy, fala, of rain: were .registerel inl the metropolitan area last nigalt but a's previously the catchment area: again missed ,the fall.. ..vo When asked what the weathericon ditionsawere in' the,.catohment. area the Chief- Engineer of :.the",: Water Board 'said-: . "I. wish. a they ..were gloomy;, but '-they :look like. ,bright sunshine: again to-day" The Stalte-Meteorologist, Mr. Mlares, said that the weather would 0 remain unsettled wVh full rther showers and temporarily rine breaks.
Champion At Letter Writing [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 8 May 1940
Champion At .Letter Writing LONDON: The war and-sym-' pathy for thecenlsor has stopped one of the strangest (duels in which two men ever 'ongaged.' Conrad Coker, "i 26 yearsold duernsey linotype operator, and Clive .Webb, a 41-yearl-old ,.boiler ,hand, of Columbus, 'Ohio, 'U.S.A., havte bIee? 'attemptiung to determinn ' ivhb could write the longest :letter 'tdthe other; Uli to. September 3' Cooker wa' ahead with a closely' written letter of 150 pages. Now ')by multuals con? .selnt tthe coi b'atints li:ave icleied a truce for' the duiation of the al... Cr. Colter e.:exlilning tile. i'reason recently salild: "'Imagine the cedsoi wading through 150 pages of matter which would be completely inconlitre hensible to him., .I .write all aboiit Guernsey' andl its p-e ilis1:' laws and customs. 'The, censolr would pioli bly' thinklt the wrVst. "My letter. of .150 i)ages was airde: ply to Webb's little effort of 100 pages. Since then -I 'have ireceived a note to say he haldreceiveil soy coni mi...