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TULLY PARK GOLF CLUB Mixed Foursomes Arranged For Saturday Afternoon PARTNERS DRAWN [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 30 May 1940

TULLY PARK GOLF CLUB Mixed Foursomes Arranged For Saturday Afternoon PARTNERS DRAWN Mixed foursomes.will be played on the Tully Park ,links on,Sat ul:day afternoon. . Following :is the- i ra w a??r purtt nels:s R. Gieves iand lis :IGreaveis," A. Lansdow;ne and- LMiss I:ondrigan.:ti U Lawrencei and Mrs. Coolbs ?,W; Lenny arid Mis ,iBllockc . Ball, and.Mrs BIall, D..Turd iidl: Miss:('Wilsoln, . Sieler andfiiMis ?Ay? S li.th and Miss Olsen, XV. Caibriid-e and lMirs Lenny Ii ; E:aill i-nd ;Mrs. Gfniln;':B. Wisiy. and; Miss ;:Benekeili,::: L Godfre anild Miss:; B Bissakei, R.? MMatthews. and 'Mis. Matthews. K. Howell and Mrs::Howell, F. BroadheadL andidiliss M:Bissailker Sta.orrier riand Miss N. Boiadieadi; H. Catiney? and Mis S Broadhadle L.< Hairey and Mis. Ba isnes ,. ;Robinson'and ?hilis McKay, Ih:IW.eel siiid l Misis Chippendale~:. Oeihm and miss IHollis N lacCanuley ind Miss Daniel, J .HopIos: ani. lMi?s iFriiicis. VThoibuiiin 'aniid Mis .Thai bun fi Griat and il Mi:' Go...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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"DAD RUDD, M.P." [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 30 May 1940

AD gTR I 1D '>a.. lFromf the forthcoming Cinesound Comedy A t I ~iU~flW~ iviloftot that name and starring Bert Bailey. By JIM WATT,.

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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Gunning Diggers' Ball [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 30 May 1940

Gunning Diggers _ Ball GUNNING: The annual Dlg,?ers'. Ball was ;held .in'the :Industrial,. Hiall at Gunning on3Friday night.;':? There wa.s an- attendnce of ?100 couples, which linclided..a large ,`" number of visitors.:: :" Representatives "., ofr , tihe " : ifgga, Crookwell, Yass and. Goulburn' sub-. branches of the' Retuirned Soldiers' League were present. They waere 're ceived by Dr. W. M. Barbour; presid ent of the Guiining .,sub:branch. Though; early in the night;tlfei greatt drama of war hung like a pa.ll,;the gloomn vanished in swarm eand friendly atmosphere, anl eveyobne .6pent. a very happy' time. ::" A banquet supperawas, served inlunder the able supei.vision 'of Srs. W. M. Barbohir. assisted by wives anid flieids of the' Retutried Soldiers:. The `tables were beaiutifuH?ly decorated with chisysiatli'emums delplinitiis, :i and :napdraigons; in red, .,hite' and blue; :the tastefiul work .of. Mrs: E. ,C. Woodi and Mirs:; :Ei A. Birh:: The' doorklieepin wer'e ,.Mesrsi. HI Ton...

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THE EMPIRE "French Without Tears" [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 31 May 1940

* ?iTHE ^EMPIRE ....... .. "French Without Tears" SWhen lihe returned froni making : l:icture -in London, Ray Milliand atlied enthusiastlcally of ait new conl 'dnenthl' film personality who is be -oming a "rave" abroad. SHe's Jim Gerald, a French comd .lipn who, plays a character role with Milliand- and his coastar, Cinlderella Girl. Ellen Drew, ill Paramount's Icreen version of "French Withou't Tears," coming to the Empire to morrow. fM. Gerald, according to- Milland, Is a monumental individual wlth-one of the most pleasing personalities he aver has encountered. ",He's.wide enough for two men," saidI Milland. "He has a- huge; rely noly face, lobster red frcm exposure to sun and wind, which is almost continuously wreathedl in smiles. He ises an:ouitsize fountain pen and a cane :as thick as a child's wrist. And his sense of humour is prodigious, too" A secdnd. French pllayer appearing with .Mlland aid' Miss Drew.' in "Frenchli Withaut Tears,'' whichi was ,irod-ced: at Shepperti'on .S...

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CANTERBURY Saturday's Acceptances [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 31 May 1940

CANTERBURY 'Saturday's Acceptances .:SYD'iNEY, :Thuroday:: Thhe. fo! :oqing acceptan?hiEs wrei declareil todiy: frlt the -rices to: be: held at Carterib'y Park oi Satuiday ::: ".JUMPERS FLIAT' RACE::·i l:".. I:;HiANDICAP i.LEm Of JL 'I;r·:- j~'~~·s. E Spearbine i,'"_:.'Lt :"Fesloon' "Sir Leiglit on 10 i3 jllqrvtoga .Iharr'?'?'Bay.-- ':y10, -?!:Trekster. 'La, i asng. ?: ..3'.,> ,12 :lahy . ,:dA I Barrier. Position'ij So;.peabina Leightoti. 7, KIerlry ay -.4," Laatl Sar toga 2 Fe'stoon 8 Tre8tek 5t Paty Val NURSERY NHANDICAP-6 Our ry i eBiiny i.:',?0 Tk:.::.i T en .; r,"- F.Y N G HANDIC f. Manydt ,3V ..it. 9 10 Ckl R? |n Co-ii ': " ,' .8:: S l ' 1 a i ri dlto4: 'W?Ftile 5? :4' ::Caeb lo Kin P "rli Cfstn iSC:hi.Snrail'rf,:: Ja hnk 39 Si aRegal , IaI CleenBoy 18 Z..i c;AYNTE RBU R AYIA m 1f :." Mc'!r-; ':J:': · : . S', 9 S lcji-: ·::'f Adii. " 1 " a:eii:, eilo.' ":: S-I'rd':Pb ;'i..- ':O Slnt avn;~~·.Iio- :. l?l~traeh ldt 1,)1'-8"0 ','iegf. rrl,:. ua dolo? c bn' Loci IP1ub Iiil. ; np...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 31 May 1940

AUCTIONEERS -:/(' ;URGENT ,NOTICE T E BIGGEST DAY IN THE IISTORY OF GOUL URN SALEYARDS WILL BE ON WEDNESDAY, 10th JULY w n the proceeds of everything sold will be paid in ill to PATRIOTIC, FUNDS Pe >ple will be asked to donate pnything that walks or lies. nyth'ing that can be sold for' money will be accept. EVE Y STOCK OWNER, PIG IREEDER, POULTRY MAN AND DOG FANCIER WITHIN 30 MILES OF GOULBURN ILL BE ASKED TO GIV SOMETHING. Even worn out Racehorses will be welcomed. OADS OF FIREWOOD WIiL BE EASY TO SEL. The tock and Station Agents as fr the co-operation and assist is s ance of eveiyone. Goulburn is still one of the places in New South Wales of some importance. J GOULBI.RN ST RE STOCK MAR KT NEXT SALE, THURSDAY, 13th JUNE CATTLE SHEEP The.yardir will include two outstanding lots of Young ethrs 800 NE MARK, 1i years old, August shorn " : 500 >NE MARK, 24 years old, August shorn . H. WHEATLEY GOULBURN SPECIAL SHEEP SALE TUESDAY NEXT, JUNE 4,, at 2 p.m 6000 EXCELLENT S ORE SHE P 6...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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PRODUCE MARKET REPORTS STRONG DEMAND FOR POTATOES [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 31 May 1940

PRODUCE MARKET REPORTS STRONG DEMAND FOR POTATOES SYDNEY, Friday: A cotsigiment of Tasmanian pottoes' totbiallinsg 17,959 bags, met-a stroig den?andi. in Sussex Street yesterday: .'i{i ': The late airival of the firw;arding from Tasmania'ti this weelk bio0ught about a tenipol'try shotbrtiage? i:'iF potatoes in Stiussex Street and aigents had nainy o'entoi orders aw?aiting de livery. ": "7 :'.iC : -:i: .? · TIstnaniani vegetable? ailsbo met t reidy sale. Agents fixed the .price of swedes at £10, ctrrots 't £6; hinld parsnlips at" £10 DPe 'totn Victoiiani onions sold stedidily,. : .. ' MAIZE--Nevw yello?v and ne il. i hite 4/9 per busliel; ...,. :" POTATOES.--BIo\ifellton 1 £1 Bi nmircks £10/10/, Al;tan CCiiiefs, 'Snowi fi kes £10, "seed (Ailran. Chief): £15 ierton.: :'t':' ONIONS. Vctorliain . Brownt ,:Slm?-n ish £12, white £10, piicklers £8: pet ton. PEAS,--Tasmnfian ,,:.blue" l, boiling 20/, grey 9/ ,pei btislhl. OTHER VEGETABLES- Svwede tintnitis £i10, carots£, :p'aislip £10 pci' ...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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MILK INQUIRY [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 31 May 1940

MILK INQUIRY SYDNEY, Friday: When tile milk inquiry opened lto-day biefore tile Com. missioner, MIr Justlipe doe Bann, Mr: N. Cow ?,r, for the lionid, said the Government hadl confidence in the bioard, and did not question its con duct or administration ,in any way. The case was adjourned until Fri dlaly nlext. Thei Mlinistcr for Supply, Sir Fred erick Stewart, said in the Federal Perlilnment that plils for, mane f:.cturinig large nlulllbers of British fleaufort 'iolibing aeroplanes for Great IBritain andl Australia were ui to li:tii, andi were lirlOCeding satis factorily. The Prmcier, MIr. Mair, daid Ihalt the Stlate Govrlllnmcnt would nIssls. in every waty the imovement to bring orlphan chilhren to Australia from iBritain iand tle war alreas of Europe. I The Le.ord .layor, Alermlan Crick, hlt:o sUltiported the movelnelut.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 31 May 1940

ENTERTAINMENTS 3;; DAY-DPAONE Seused ,AWOM 5' W' RIZ. ,.32* Thrilling Season Starts Sit~e used No n would e en re to risk - th Id decision adeA story lur lent love -playe by two of the scr ~n's most gifted dra mafic stars. NOT SUITABLE FOR GENERAL EXHIBITION Ree~tbf nited MuisE C;a ______.?. R,_._._.______\TiT Plus Columnl lia' . Musical Romancoe, "MUSIC IN MY HEART" with Tlony Mahtlin, IHita Iluy~worth Singiing Six New Song I-litsls S Suitale orot Gencral Eixhibition :Th BUFFALO BA?L AT T. JUNE rFlif"ilertfel 1Hall dG ulaburn, with Joe A l(So n's Syldnb l.lllnce B t 1(and Franl Finel - Sgan a Miaster ofC emonies. 'l eketa, iSingle 1/6. Doubll /l. Sut l er. 1. SI 1 n IITT, Secre? 'y. FOO TBALI DAN IMiasonicall This aturaay Iight - at 8 oclock I.a;ll ? ,iay J u n io r li ot la ll C ,11 l) 15 r1 entertail ng t Lern Ioum O'l0 ri (1 1Ul S5 ervice, Sydney S l)MISHNION 1/,( 501 PARTY] AND GI ITj - AFTENOON ) In St. Ncholas' l-I l1, 'hurl' dal Afle noon nIxt, June , il aid 0 Child i'en's I...

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Red Cross Seventh Parcel Of Comforts [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 31 May 1940

Red Cross Seventh Parcel Of Comforts The Coulburn branch of the Rei Cross Society has senlt its seventh parcel of comforts to the Red Cross stores, Sydney. The parcel contained 48 palmi of pyjamas, 12 pillow sliDps, 36 handy ba.'si, 4 washelrs, 2 handy bags, 66 pairs of socks, 1 pair of mittens, I balaclaval cape,' 3 pairs bedsocks, 10 cardigans, 13 piullovei. 1 lhot water bag cover, 3 nags of pad clippings alnd old linen for bandages.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 31 May 1940

IN MEMIORIAM I IEI33L?W?I[ITE. -In loving men dory (" my dl r wife ai our0 mot?li. who do 'tted this le 3l st Alny, 93S. Coj, but no forgotten. Ills eoi by r loving ishd lld chilren. 1137ES.-IIn~i sa ibt loving i~ o0'our i-dent "l lbni ndLa1 ho "mis call eto. rest n ?st. ny. 19 39. ]loved aiid ren nmilioed ol ?,nys. osorted by hi loving ife and i ti l ily. -

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INTEREST FREE LOANS For Federal Government [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 31 May 1940

INTERESTz FREE LOANS F?or Federal Government The following have givei interest free loans to the Commonwealth Gov ernment:-Allan F. Gulson, Common Street Goutlbuirn, £200; Mrm. IM. E. Langford, S Miurray Street, Goulburn, £100.

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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SENTENCED TO DEATH Woman Shot At Bondi [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 31 May 1940

SENTENCED : TI'O DEATH Woman. Shot. At Bondi: e SYDNEY$ 'riday" in 'the Centrai Criminol Court y esterday; .Willanm GrllfJtis, 38, hotelkeepeir eawssieni tenced to deatth fe havin g murderied Evelyn"i rae Gallel "41 i B' 'd nl on ~February' 16 The Crown Po? osecu 3fr l" T . Ciafvroid IcC saidt e Crown casao i and Glrcifflth c~c~up$Ied sepa~i~i~r,!ste booz in a flat whlch$ae rentedft 'by otherwieoliman'tin' l Tomas \tltcW'lel 'Ioizd, ]3oidl Aizin 'imsedl Pi dey ,casito Jthe flata d ei 'lre 'Gahotiell 'toino',ePher luganbel: j:* whicenrIt.we as ille;,ed 'Cik o fths You £ will Grot'i" r Iwo flas iltfh h in te;ld el addi 1Isroonslithta s' sotfiosi a gu Mi Gahelln as ,eta' doesi ' zr Maa -t'.Gr wafll hj:!iseged" Grlflths'lre 'an i'ihe sot'frnz'ilse sse 'wiso G'mj~el l"a~'ic' 'ohi sljce w holttforned :···.; 'thei aal ist Glfits 'rsonsifsun 1i?·'';;: · reflts msic h ion"rs iset oth6:lii..j~nIij;,ei:; pold.'uliitO ii ow.~' ''''j'tl " I)EFENC·lt liii 's edSt!:ZDid whyw' ln'phle'of s

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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SPECIAL SALE [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 31 May 1940

SPECIAL SALE :The actioni of the Goulburn City Cbuncil, in showing the way to other councils throughout the State by buying £15,000 worth of bonds, in the Government's wair loan will commend itself' to:: everybody. There will be. legal' itechnicalities to be overcome, but what are legal technicalities when the country is in danger. Now, again Coulburn leads the way, and we congratulate the stock and station agents on their splendid idea of holding 8a great. sale od Wednesday, July 10, all the-pro, ceeds of which ':'ill be given to the patriotic funds. Goulburn is still the biggest o'pf the inland' towns, apart from Biroken Hill;: and the district is again flourish ingg despite :the recent -drought. We?' are siire thait this proposal will' Ibc taken up in the sp:? rit ii which it: is given to the public as an opportianity to show what' Goulbuirn cani Hlo when the time calls. .

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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LATE WAR NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 31 May 1940

? i::!:Wi:·-U .... : ? :e : , . LATI AR NEWS rAt'one poe t n0 o ewer0 than 15,005 milen have. been disembairkedl in Eng laniid. Lage niumbers are heing sue essfully evacuate I, and' while no acti.'talfigures can he givren, the term 'cbililerahle nuilJers" is not all qver-sttalemlent. ' The ,British Fleet .could he seen fI thle coaist of Belgium and France i lihie- as long lIs thile eye couli reach. One man said tllhat 11al tle time tile German 'planes were aIt tacking, iut so many were bIroughtlll down by thile R.A.F. ighters that ihe lost count of thile numler. High tributes alre paid to the workl of thie Navy and Air Force. SThe Wliashington, President Roose velt lndl two other American liners are either on t.heir way to or from France anld Briltain with Anlrl'cllan passenllgers. It is pointed out that Britain has lost 17 dlestroyers since the war be anl, and that she had 179 at tile be lltlllng of I~ tile wsar, while many hllav been adldedl since. A Romnle message staltes that th...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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STILL FIDDLING [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 31 May 1940

STILL FIDDLING ' Can anyihing good come 'oit of 'Nazareth?" 'One can under stand the feel~gs that prompt d those lines when he learris that in:the midst of war 'our Parlia ment f ~t?~nergy enough to hold an all night session to give con ,'sideratidon "'to the problem of whether i< not it will permit ,a start to be made with 'the.manu facture of motor-cais in Australia. If they. had taken that bill anhd substituted 'the word "aeroplanes" for "motor-cars;" we would have" been able to understand why', they were determined to get the bill thrbiugh, 'why . they stayed tliere until five o'clock this rhorn ing to ensure that it went through;' but, why 'this should be dosie: s that' someone should . be ..helised to .rmake cars when the demandS of this' terrible. and tempestiuous war are for planes, and still m'ore: planes,;when it is only 'the rhdrb ism 'obf 'oui airmen,: outnumrrb'ed' in the skies; that:is savin;g a 'Brit-: ish and a 'Frenchl Army :from': e tinction; is. quite b...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 31 May 1940

* CHOOSING AN EXECUTOR"' You arc assured of ibs utc fficieng/cy, safety, economy, and f elity if ouappoint * THE UNION TR STEE OF qUSTRALIA LTD . ( ncorporat nyicoria) 20 'Connel? Street, Sydne As Executor, Trustee, Administrator,/or Attorney. DIRECTORS: Hen. Sir Henry Braddol.n, K.B.E.7 M.L.C. (Chairmnn); J. Beresford Grant (Vice-Chairman); Sir Grlaham Waddell, K.B.E.; James KiCidd: Colin A/ Sinclair; A. E. /Heath, C.M.G. iMANAGER: J. G. H. Shipway. Write for Free Booklet, "Your Will and Executor." PROFESSIONAL L~-' P~t~fJ100. Goulburn Evening Post FRIDAY, MAY 31, 1940.

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Broadcasting Programmes FOR TO-NIGHT 2FC [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 31 May 1940

Broadcasting Programmes -',.;, · : ':FOR TO-NIGHr : hi-i . 2FC·' -.;-0::C: DinnerI Jl MusIc: 7.0: Dinicr hMusic. ;a. ,l0 -l1.loli~l)'i]. Hlcku y , ,(v.ilolinlsl ;l.- wltllI il;ltlr.'.cltlrk is'?..'(oirgi?T).: **7 .'|:"!.-i:';lt,'oih '-liilk;" S.O: 'Cd ncert l'iirliy.' S;(:1':N\litl6ldnl 1,uilit iiy : ( ]3nld..-''0' ! : .-;.ljln;s:: DinvldBon's Band. . 9.30: :NeWsi.: 100l :.Ciilbetrl i:Coni 'niliinth y :: I-.-'l ": !' lM dlt'iitlin,: Musli?v,- II; :, ' ,is;'6 12 : 0: .'CloudJ . ". . ;:,;-"i ;*... ;'',.'i; --' ?C.';, )·: · ·, : i;. ,?. t,...: ·.-, '. 2 B 1' ['7,' ? ,?"?':;?,i?,: }','t:,:"?? ', ?: C6 0 <"D:B.C; Neu;,v: 6:;18:': Siiot;iingb, Ses "ftoi(: ';.7; L :-c; 0Dlii *lr-"Shisle o 7:h -0: ,.The, "'.f1 iri";,D bn b r ".:'Suer' h Sw 0:' .. Colelhl ty Ie Creittldns;" ': 30"D Funn'lriointih'tillLti's Ulglln lIst- ,..-9- -S:-SooS iolog'''hrevl;iws.;ilichdlulutt^ S./iAOX g-I."T?alr h.-.b' IJ liipot'-Dnll iil,;,' t0 !' '.'-?'' ' F "FOR-SATURDAY' .i:;";-:< ..t0. S.. r...

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HOYTS RITZ "House Across The Bay" To-Night [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 31 May 1940

"IEiousels a c'aoss T~ee Bay" To-Ni ght It's something otfa ollywooI paradox tfhat George Raft, ?i. even portrays his sympathetic, chahracters on the cold; unemlotionailside ;shoiUld be recognise&as:ithil'e,-o?ftest touch in town ? :-When:- thast ~.'lre-thing or:te itra?llibng;i:m;. qn.eyt'e ig hise figteriaout o.af to:n:f'or: the breaks hai;e jst hna?rh"i:h n:'sH'ehe?i?sia ihe bo'ys°.We ~?awho .'no. v 'theh'lsb htate forn?tRafls .'bi'he, iy t ."tlnow ::'o:-s 'slSo m good foi a*touch On "l,'s:oyitt-ypicturSe theried alway are a counp 0f'J'S j5 ' sking as dtextithr t's 'orb it iSIif iuiigas "cof-ma in S?hid Smoney :unti they can get bvack bn theirfe: t There were three fth bos, or seaple doingg on ter Wnger (iThe Ho use1Acioss~ai the which star? Raft nr' id Joa ennett, andu I is o now:ish twing ab Hayts Rita yMou :r;tt.;oih esujo?o~f llhih S rgll ew h 'e may? - at?l?T,, sur ps? a -7.t your,. cuistyo u ,ilgv y~ou a Surea I nosheb ihvermc .tabbe san agl he says, "ansI -inga fIt...

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AIDING IN WAR PLAN Suggestion By Mr. George Smith [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 31 May 1940

AIDING IN WAR PLAN Suggestion By Mr. George Smith SYDNEY,?', Fridln.i: ::F 3 ; i George Smith, formell? goveiurioi.of the Goul burn Reformntory :jin 'an.'thidr s3 to the Legac, Clubl yesterdajy-i siggested that men ti pi.ison in. Alstrailia whose :oiidct ':i'ila Ii etie exempii .y should se givei' a chanice to serve in the defence, for'es,,?eithe. in Astralit or In tiis i i·;ay;e:satd sonl e thousi nids of -ble'bo dii-.Austranlians could eli .I eleasedtl?f?oi: necessary wVl se5.c :i:-e ?siit iS t4?l;e:thni?ji, It Of these .lefliin ae 11 n V u d n tisef ul nwoi :l:hdid, eryd?" i(ttle..hope: for the future ,iv' Sm~i~th'sp.9£sal loot. w0itli 1o eitis it n'ty cic ces " tasi W'e t-ta lotllf;;o'-i trOoibl to try to keep tnt?itdai dal'? li ias ou"t t f the At ;F asnio fficer said. and tlie lt th.l igrtn them wholt sale seems fin tastic A ustirilia is p101 ofl hal o llinteci ai lily, iniid, idille fraihi i atiliois lmt ht li osoliojl diem a tue effect oil I cuicit inti ? iidniot lie vaery f...

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