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THE EMPIRE "French Without Tears" [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 30 May 1940
THE EMPIRE "French Without Tears" On returning homer from Enigland' after making the :filmi: "French Without Tears,' codoingkto t'he Emui pire on Saturday, Monldayiiil" Tues day, Ray. Milaiand'told: a;. pointed story abo'ut;how .British :moie mak ers have takein lleaf fi.on the Holly-` wood'' prodiucer.s' notebook '4 ;i: the matter of pu tting .realism 'on j'the screen-ands gonethon n 'ii better ,i Milland: and :Ellen !Drewiw\ent7o Loniddn :to :c stai tii.. TenchWhit-: out:,Tears;.'??ascieeu adaptaltion`?o tie; English stage success: of ;-'the, samre title:. whiclhi was 'p ioduced~ifo' Anthony ;Asuisth iihectnl:. rOner sequence hi nthe pictue ha to l,: ' ?oith the 1:.ii'4t ofi r Jlyl 'celbia:. tinin an: ISagina::.::yFrench .fishin? villa ' h S Insteaid of calling u or set design er set i esseri aiid iprop inein to reproaduce sai acceptab ile harbour loc-lie, with iiali -believi fishing: vessels iin the backioiind, tile studio sent'a' discotutin party tob Lowestoft, on th'e'East Coas...
GIRL OF 25 CONTROLS COMBINE [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 30 May 1940
GIRL OF 25 CONTROLS COMBINE LONDON: Miss Margery Weiner, twenty-five-year-old Brit *Ih girl, is responsible in this country for the operations of the Music Corporation of America, a £2,000,000 combine which con trols the European tours of . theatrical companies and individ ual artistes. ,Many of the coin panies are British . . . .. : * i'The .American: executivest of the idroporation, were- zrecalled 'to -.,tOie inited.lStates .when war broke oit," :~ Iias.eft. tiin soble. cliarge. 'p . -'tlie om6lmbne?wq"v6oi.lW \ith? 'instruiti6ns to getj'all the comnpanies and artistes "l.vhovgwegie ,..in. t-he. Continent back n;me ;.ivitlib t delay. '.:Itm:iieant rlay and night work tracing the different companies. ::...One of the most difficult cases was that of sixteen girls in Milan. : I found two of them had been:ar : iected as pies. They had been : ..talking to some Nazi officers in .the city, and foolishly had not dis- . g: uised their natural British senti;-'; m. nts.. . . ::i h'lie girls...
£15,000 INTO WAR LOAN Patriotic Gesture By Council [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 30 May 1940
WAR LOAN Patriotic Gesture By Council On the unanimous vote of the nine aldermen present, last night's special meeting of the Goulburn City Council decided that £15,000 at present on loan at fixed deposit should be withdrawn 'from the bank and invested in the Commonwealth Government's £20,000,000 War Loan, which opened yester day. This decision, whichl provides for a return of 3. per cent over a 10-year period,- was the outcome of a discussion lasting: approximately. 30 minutes, in whichi it was emphasised that.. the. money,;. forming part of. Council's .Electricity Trading?, Fund, could'be withdrawn without any priejudice to the future; requiremenits of the fund, which wohld still retaiin a balance of between,£ 18,000 and £1l9,000:' .';ý, `:'. The meeting, which, was called. at brief notice to 'consider a Mayoial nminute outlining the Pioisibilities' of such an investiment, was. also.:given iall assuraicen Lthat?ithe pFroposaitl:in' no. way affected Ithe o thier fund. created ,by' ...
RACE FOR THE RED CROSS [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 30 May 1940
RACE FOR THE _r `RED CROSS .SYDNDY, Thursday A maietch race between Ajax and 'High Caste has: been suggested as an"added 'attraac= tlon: forthe Red Closs" meeting d;to be held 'at ~Ranidwick on September, The most suitable: distance; wouldi probably be a mile mand Ajal would be called upon to concede 23l1b "': Higih Caste appears to hare ie covered from his tail iinjury, which was ,the; cause of his loss of forml.in the; autummni:
UNIONS AND WAR Plans To Achieve Industrial Peace [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 30 May 1940
UNIONS AND WAR Plans To Achieve Industrial Peace CANBERRA, Thursday: There is every' pospect that the trade union movement will accept the proposal which' it. so -far. has rejected-that it should appoint an advisory panel to a:`"sist the :Government to carry but-:,its.war-'effort: - iThe Prime Mlinister; Mr. Menzies, had :i ?"lonigiconference with repre 'sentatLves of.,the Australian Council If ?'rade Unions :yesterday afternoon and;"esumed :his; deliberations with them to-day. . Although the conference in the afternoon ended inconclusively, the trade union representatives showed. that 'they had a friendly attitude to suggestions that they should throw their weight behind the Government's activlties toi meet the emergency that has:developed' ? , lThey ltitheteshfeencrle after hay-, og undertaken, review the whole. positsition dring the' night' and place definite' views hefore Mr. Menzies thIis' morning; ' ;r'M.S~Tl e Also, ed that they would !'seriosly` consider Mr. Menzies's pro po...
From Everywhere Permit Officer. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 30 May 1940
SFrom Ii?B ;?,yBwheres Pei'rmlit Officer. in a lottoer read at y'estcrday':i Iceeting of the Goulb'urn P.I. Board, the Chief Veterinary Surgeonb Mr. Max Henry, 'advised that approval had bccn given :to :the appointl) ent of Mr. Edgar Haynes, of dliddle Anm, as apermit` officer:- ` " Child Hurt In:' Fall. While pilylig ft ihe i'pireints' resid ence in Sloiino Street. yesterday,. Carol IHlayhoe, aged: three, feoll .heaivily and injureid lier:-i.,ftrearif0?ii?- 'nSlho iwas taken by AinbmtlanceA: . th?e'1 :in. trict Hospital, ;iit lwan '?lteri allowed to retuiii 1 hoei New Workshops. It was learne:thills :mornning that the foundationsi of -ew! indl u)p-to-date workholps are:'iow being lhid ,at the, hKlnmore Mental Hospital.' Te ho v worl 'shops swill ,incllide carpentry i and plumbing sectionis .i?hich: it is un derstood, will. costabout £3000 Gundaigni Inquiry;, . An official iinno.uncement, states that an iniuir'y:? willb he iold: at the tlundagai> Shire., Chamliers; - on Tues day,...
PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 30 May 1940
PERSONAL:" pihtientt at: the -Dltrict Hospital.?-: ,' V ? '? Snow, ::::of.: vi.Moiintague Strieet.?iee s C atieit: it :St.:: J01in ohn H:ri;,SIP USelffrtS of Stene Street, I3?s npaiitent;it the'; District Mt:i G Sh ii? i of Lak`e, Ralitli u st ias'-unider:goiiig?t atnient;at },the' :Dis rict Hospital: 1 ý . r M:' @? C. .dfiradbury,: ofr Cowper Streeti '::lisi represestil ngth'e Goulbu'i-i P.': P loidi;tt h ;" niiiiial 'onfl? e nice tPP. iioirds ii Syidney.
MARKET PRICES [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 30 May 1940
' MARKE1T PRICES iThe. -iAustralian .Wheat- :Board's qsotatnois for expsort wheat are un altered ,to -day' Old 'bulk lots are iquoted ai''' 4/, and :bagged millers' parcels` at4/3 a bushel. ;- Prices 'on lSussex Street to-day were: ;g-Potatoes-Tasmanian £10 to £11 e ng i ew laid 2/, case 1/6; utter:161/2 ' iaIze, 4/9, to 5/; chlees; -IO t;:fo 11/2 -honey, 41d to 7d onons o £10 .to £12; chaff- hS-toei- ;t, / 6`' to-;i4/6':oaten 4/ to t/ ucerne 7/?to 9/; hay-oaten. 4/;t5 luter ne- 6/ to 9/. The Minsteir for Supply, Sir Fred e;ick? Stewairt, 'iaid yesterday that the completio of some munition an n'xes:finAuhtraljsia.,has been delayed" -by ai~o!;tage of precision tools and i lthe Couinty Court in Melbourne e6tierilay Judge Clyne found that the difimoid: ring which was the subject of?an' action belonged to Sir - Isaac Isaacs. He described Mrs. Edna Isaacs as an "utterly untruthful and un scrupulous persol."
GOULBURN GOLF CLUB Four Ball Aggregate Stableford To Be Played On Saturday DRAW FOR PARTNERS [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 30 May 1940
GOULBURN ' . GOLF CLUB Four Ball Aggregate Stable ford To Be Played On Saturday DRAW FOR PARTNERS On Saturday a Four-Ball Aggre gate Stableford will be played on the Goulburn links. Following is the draw for partners: F. Tonkin and C. Boyd, H. O'Brien and F. Bradford, J. Beaton and W. Morton, F IHargraves and R.. Robb, J. Murphy and G. Baldwin, L. Godfrey and K. Flemming. O. Channon and G. R. "Williams. W. Rruce and W. Haydon, G. R. Rogeri and L. Wleat ley, W. M. Chisholm and -Dr. Lyttle, E. MeGilvray and N. Baxter, B. Byrne. and M. Cooper, P. Carroll and R;: Maughan, F. Forster ,and F. S. Gal-; rett, *P. McShane and F. SSmith,AJ:, Fitzgerald and E. J. Darcy, H. Mirouse and R. Greaves, C. Norrls 1arid;:IK. Brown, W. Martin sand.i3.:Bl:w?i, o~, Kni~ght and D. Darlie, A. 'XW.V Sniitsii' and R. Johnston, C; 'Piggott anid:A:' McGregor, R. Harler and i2.; "Haiiv ey. H. Vagg and D. Robertsonin.."J; Byrne and M. Dfart, T. .:'?oiwell 'i-nd J. Sheahan, K. Collins anlil ?VWHiitcilh inson, L. ...
ASSOCIATES Week-End Players [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 30 May 1940
Week-End P1 yers roundi woe played, Miss TLesliewin sing ithla itd of 312 1 Sweek -en id Stro e roinid foi a-sil vi :osor .will be .pl yed PIIyni.? i must .Bit elf hreoi 1.30: ti Foilowtng is the. draw: :Miss Haines v 'IMiq Solomon; :eMiss 2Loftus v Miss D'ggit:i8,9:MEiEmry; " Milss Taylor; Miss Ahtdims:v;Miss-I-Iay wood. Miss Barry v- 'Milss ?lDohinell Miss Kirby v Miss Smith Mtis; Mi;rkl -wick v Miss Leslie, 'Miss .Byrne', v Miss Nesbitt, Miss MIcKe y ??. Miss -ensley, Miss Joscelyn, y 'rs. Hunt.
WINTER TENNIS Draw For Round Six [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 30 May 1940
WINTER TENNIS Draw For Round S'ix; Play in the GoulburinTeniiis: sociation's winter competition.will be advanced to .the sixth rofil on Saturday afternoon wihen·i?:`'e e?fo lowing matches Will :be1 i:liai'd; Division 1.--P.M.1 3v PM 2:;,ssn court 4 P.M 5. 5 4 v ,assn court 5;,t M: Railway Raii' way coufrt, Church lRec" bia ye' Division 2. -P:M'S v ' S ChucRli le:2 Chuichf .R?.ei? co irt PiM :l Cre''e: cent Druids?sa?sn' courit; 2 ':Buffalc, ,1 ,v Roseville;:; f:as.'olii SAvoca ii v' . 1 '7 Avoca Co?i ,? Vic. Druids Divsion 3 ;Bu1if- Duffall "Biuf alo court P?seville? 1l v ,Roseville 3 assn -court ' Division' 4.-Vic. Druids v` 01, more o 2, Vic. Diriids court; :tGlen u;more 1 ' e Rosevinll? g,5i C.lomo."i court Avocan v Valenci-v Val enici court; Rosevillo 4t, vese -ille (i Roseville couirt.'' TEAMS Buffalo No. 1: W. Norris, E .Bitt, hiss. Iollanid and MIes. Kelly,"',. ni ffalo No. 2: E. Gray, A" Stainnm; iliqneainRele and McLaughlin. r··rn
FIGURES [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 30 May 1940
FIGURES Like most others, we feel re sentful when we read in the nes from America things that off nd our sense of what is right. To day, for instance, we are fav oured with the fluctuations of sentiment.in -favour of American entry into the .war. We find that in September last the figure stood at 6 per cent. That was when the first horror of Poland struck America; their own ambassador there had been bombed and barely escaped with his life. And only six per cent of the people favoured war on the side of the Alliesl In October this had dropped to five per cent. Then with the coming of winter mat ters quietened down., Someone, too, thought up the adjective "phoney," maybe' a Nazi agent, but it became a "phoney war, and so rapidly did the idea spread that the term was taken up and protested against in the House of Commons by the Prime Minister himself. In those days, until and including April, the percentage of clear-thinkers in America, that is, those desirous of assisting the Allies b...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 30 May 1940
ook at these lines . with one eye at a time ! Iace this diagram eight or ten feet away in a good light and ook at it with one eye at a time. Unless every line appears uta be the same width, when seen with either eye, your i?ight s not as it should be. This simple test for eyesight wili dis close only a certain type of weakness that exists. But; the implest-AND THE SUREST-way of having your ;yes ested is to consult Gibb & Beeman Pty. Ltd.. Spart Eye Service for your benefit Doft neglect your eyes on account of your financial position. If y'uIave in need of glasses, consult us with regard to the method - of 'otaining them. You will be surprised how you can obtain our exp rt eye service and glasses for yourself or any member of your faomily. If you are suffering from eyestrain, dull headaches, giddiness, lack` of concentration, long or short sight, see Gibb & Behman at once. Enjoy perfect vision ensured by correct glasses and let us ?eplain how we can supply them. We th...
SYDNEY ROAD Reconstruction Commenced [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 30 May 1940
.SYDNEY ROAD Reconstruction Commenced' Replying to inquiries by: the Post,, the Main Roads Depaiil:t ment's Divisional Engineer at Goil'b:irn,' Mr. J. James, :to-day stated that the "first sod" Ihad been turned on the Sydney. Road, .reconstructioni work nortl',. ol'f Goulburn. : ,Approioximately :. 25: ::.relief .'orkers. :whohliave:formed .pait of the 50 men" engaged:: ini irationed:: work^, on ;:'.the& -Yarra deviation liaveibeen transferred: 'to' t'lie. new work, 'which *will cost. £141,794 arid 'will take about six months to 'coiiiplete ':'As the; Yaii'ra woirk .teri nlinates,- it' is , under.stood, :'o thei- em ployment i;i'll alsol be found l.for the remainaining! ien' nowwo kifig therei: '., ,iThle'wvoirk'ik tl i'of- Goulbtii:n :corin sists t ofa ';tliree :;nile'. stretch' of: tle Humo i :Hiighway; betw?eein .'Goveerlnor's Hill audl.Tdowrmang::WTh'is sefctfoi; whlich is" of 'a ii; niowfi and .windli'gnatuiae, Il" to ibecomlilitely" reconstricted s.n;' to iaclieve this...
War Effort Goulburn Giving In Men And Money [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 30 May 1940
WarEffort Goulburn Giving In Men And Money GCoulburn's contribution to the war effort is steadily mount ing in both men and money.... Recruiting activities are now well under way and, of'approximately 140 men who had' enlisted at Goulburn. up :o Tuesday, more than 100 were Goulburn men while :the remrainder were m'ostly?'iearbjy istrict residents. , This'nluniber:- i' nlo way includes the maiiy: local ;and district residents who h-ave elillsted at other centres., Goulburn's part, from the :view point'of tfianci al id', is also grow ing. 'and, `as' aiproinineiit citizen re marked to-day, the effort so far made in :::this direction only touches the 'fringe of;fthe resources which will lio utilised.: s 'titeii, proceeds. . LLast :night's decision: of .the City Council' to' invest :£15,000 in tile Coinmonwealth^WVar,Loan is expected to give a valuable~ lead to many wealthy residents-.of the district, as well as' stimulating, the, interest of citizens. generally 'in the War Loan and simi...
Shower Yields Thirteen Points [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 30 May 1940
Shower Yields: Thirteen Points Thirteen points; of rain were), registered in Goulburn- during the showers which fell last night1'i' and early this morning. Although the sun broke through at times, conditions this morning remained mostly, dull and overcast. So far this month 124 points of rain have been recorded, compared with 60 -points In the corresponding month of last year. The rainfall this ?ronth has been spread over eight days, the heaviest fall occurring on May 1, when 76 points were registered. For the five months ended in May, 1939, 1000 points, of rain had fallen, compared with 681 points registered to May 30 this year. This morning's minimum tempera ture was 50 degrees, compared with a reading of 39 degrees yesterday.
ROAD CYCLING Amateur Handicaps [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 30 May 1940
;"'ROAD CYCLING Amateur Handicaps Another five miles handicap will be staged by the (1oulbrn'r - Amateur Bclycle Club on Satur day afternoon. It is the club's intention to organ ise 10-mile races for succeeding Sat urdays, as the weather is now be coming too cold for events run over the shorter distances. The following handicaps have been declared :for Saturday next: D. (Hill, 1.45; H. Tazewell, S. Bush, 1.30;. G, Channell, 1.20; N. Grocott, K. Walker, C. Pritchard, 1.15; C. Tazowell, W. hlush, F. Sullivan, C. Nobes, W. Lawless, 1.0; A. Doherty, D. Thomson, C. Ileres ford 45secs; E. Doughty, J. Carver, A. Friend, 30secs; A. Power, 15sees; E. Mlurdoch, H. Gray, scratch.