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PLANT NOW Tree Growing On The Farm [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 31 May 1940
PLANT NOW Tree Growing On SThe Farm " The liest timne for planting' trees is when thejplant is:at its :iesting period, and wlien nmoist, cool conditionS. prevail., 'ObuenaiWity dii)i4'ng, Mdy to Aurist ale the ibeost iiionthh. "The ffects of fiostrs ".iiist bed -rudiedu , ad'ld : spring blantiifg is often necedssariyn some localifies,, excepit 'f fr, deliduoutis sfeb?is.s, Where the raifiill:ls heavy and, coiiditions. geneirally cool, .the jlliAtiting deriod iniay ie cin-siderably extended. A cool, clouiidy day and a fairly noist soil provide ideal condi tions. - When stooek is obtaiied from a ui'seiry the Pilants will airrive eithier in pots or open rooted. Potted plants will merely'reluire to b be. piced in a sheltered spot andl kept tteired until f'eeded fdr l~lanting ouit, lbut open ioobted .dones lshoiild be iinmcdiately lieelediiil. If" th'e rooits are at all dry they 'should: be first dipped: into a mix.turebf! lay aild wvater, and then placd iini a iiarrow d trii.ch in a sla...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 31 May 1940
"Like a _ AI PRr4 :DE WITT'S PILLS end BACKACHE "A fortnight ago my husband could nzot straighten his back. He went to bed and Igave him e Witt's Pills. i days Se as back . He y "jtJ? a mzr'6c e. I myself sf r n misry nunb yer gi nising e bac A ter tahiug Des Witt's Pill as coinmetely restored to health."-Mrs. O. C. If you are a victim of backache or any form of kidney ,trouble, get De Witt's Pills to-day. Take adose to-night. See results in the morning. Soon you'll regain the priceless gift of vigorous health. '"KIDNII DEWITTS ,PILLS end the pain of Backache, Rheumatism, Lumbago,'Sciatica, Joint Pains, Urinary Disorders and all forms of Kidney Trouble.: Of all chemists and stores, 1/9, 31- and 5/9. FOR . ADio LD • 1 loggi g .',, u,- re ucem~~hls w '?.7_? VA-TRO-NOL IR RiiTIREE FAVOURI E . jr EVERY HOME * -Y ur old Favourite OUNTAIN SELF-RAISING FOUR (PICTURE CARDS IN EVERY P CKET) * J t like Home Made OUNTAIN TOMATO SUCE *e M kes the Best Scones OUNTAIN BAKING PO DER (PICTURE CARDS...
WOOL CLIP Early Mistakes In Appraisement [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 31 May 1940
WOOEL CLIPi Early Mistakes In SAppraisement • !.?:'.'. · : ?i ! _ _? ' i, s-a, trini" Mcllde, .As.istnnt Minitier for Commerce, expects thal?t i ?oolgroiler~s through'out Atstralfa Willv receive an addi-' :tional cthriec-arthings' a sponild h''or thetisclip,'besles ithe tCthei. e: ci 'elratention hinonev. l Ie gJave this iiifarmatiln 't a publls mneetilg. at Junee when hothl he -sid Mr. dH K. N eck s-illt with. maltteis:: affeetin gi rural.:i?filu.stri es. ;Sersnatoar McBride ;said thati;adinit: 'edly tlhere weire eoime mistakes maide in early appraisements. This s?w.s ·due to hesitancy on the plarit ef ar? praisers to deal with bo'rder lil'e clips rather than,- inefficiency'e'r t-inffaii ness. -'. jNarmally there 'are ithree hundreW 'classicatiains oerweDIa UnderI war inime iondtitions theire m?re :no: fewei!: than, nine. hiiudred and sixty :prin ?lpal 'ty~pis with six huii?fired 'addi tional sub ?pesi This exeite?sive rlIge 1"!"Se~fi?.td: '),Mcnridle said',, ,haitl ,,the. -s'nt?ag...
Municipal Garbage Tip Aldermen Have New Site In View [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 31 May 1940
Municipal Garbage Tip Aldermlen Have New Site In View 'I'lcre is now a -likelihoodt:ihat the city's ritbbish depot at Northi (oulblhturn-tlhe subect 'of a htltltlell colnit ovcrsy t'tlr so;olt iimontIhs--I ?t)y bhe tbandolted in; favoltl, of lnlothecr site inl nOnre ]" isolated spot a-.cihfiiiuoa fiv?7 slhori distance .i' ay?\?i , p1eapking' at t V tedai s'd ity fit tcilal meeting of tbe tity Coa@inil, le 'Mayor, Ald. T. ;l'.a?I'lnionteiallt ed that certall-sit ecotsiteatitioits the y incltid edtaieisidies toicoveir thie piresent tdump t hitltottha'foot :f eartih thad bIeen adtlopted a?ti thti p'reeditig Ieetilg. Sincie hellte however; ftur ther consiter ito had b:.leenea in to the mtattel and titas thoiughtihai. a hint gi\;nve byoiide of tdihe peoti lwho had writteii :to c~uitl tint respieci;t the. Lip night be a':ccepted. and that council lighlt look fci a iiotlier;s'to further away. "It was felt thai' it gttht: :be, good idea' and t we foiun? a site three quarters of a nille a'iy...
SHEEPSKIN PELTS Vests For Men At Front [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 31 May 1940
SHE&P EKIN4 PEirS Vests Flr Men At eeFronth ~4Aj The m'si'iig sheepski~n Toe : m o;Imi . . the i:,ht a lt,,for e ·sn is:p'oet'~ofl Ae'mn-ijh:a- .nI w ould i?W.ansted on" the statioin or arm; can ,be tuirhedje oigood uhs ine his way,.?and,'flock !owners can Ihelp: Laustralin: fi~ghtlhginng iub', doniating. pelts that iother, wIse.ould: bIede Prepared pelts rnay &m hent-the CW. WAdo N.Z Loan aniiiMecan tIle Co.,D1arlinig Haffrhour Sydnley, who 'will then see t~hit they are pro peily- 'ianned. :The trains":·iill :criiry them free. :,'Mr. F iA,: Co'ombn? Prlini'pal o'f th~e Tanning Schoei?ol Technical bColege, given somie valuable advice n h preparation of ,thhse ?p?itsh itih?l;fi) lowing article. Alliwho ith towlistl the ,Sheieplkifi Vest Sciefie :wvouild :be wise: to ?iead it.:. '.:he" best.: hides' anid skins$ colme from heF;a~tby well-fl~e d-'nianimsl Thei' flaylnh~ is : ariejjilve$ry'~ Imotat paro they preparation 'nid great c are.should Ie aliken to void Icuttting ...
BUNGENDORE Big Gathering Present [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 31 May 1940
BUNGENDORE Big Gathering Present -BUN'GLNDOIOE: Muiclih :;succes. : i, tteilded the r-Patiiotic Fund Bail: .::held i:eceintl? :ii lie i.Fedelrdal Hall. M icrisupplied .by a Canberra .01 chestia .aiu miucli enjbyeld by p.atilins, w\ho ivere' l kp.t' well j ;supled ,?,tli (lhac'es, dfe lto thie:6ble: efoi' ofi:tei? i M.r .R e"aouch Anion the snhcers, we: T -h: ,li. ; T. F .Rutledge,. black vel vet .witth .ied :velvet: jacket; Mrs. P Oslobrne; bl?ind?iid velvet :.. Mis.. R F?ilkinnig, flbial ~a.,thil; [ rs ",ohislu; blie lame; Mis. g. Ifobeitsacofioitil sikl; Mr.y. CRoy -yles, floria silk;' Ms: VN:. Gol:loi; two tone : mauve- eelvet; irs. :'Alex :Scott; black?.? iuii u.equin fiimmmings; :MissP. :Golidon,: burgundy velvet; "MIss L:rie Poolfe, flor al silk; 'Miss 13 Coidon bulrundy wuuool de Ciiene; MrIs:: Donnelly oisliver lanme; Mis's:R: Doifielly, blue fluoailnaiette, limtI' Motia Hyles;o iidnight blue net; Mis. D.1 Baille;? black vevelet;, ; r?is; . E.:i ,tilmiesoni, fldral geuriette...
SELECTIONS BY "TRACKITE" [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 31 May 1940
:':SELECTIONS 'BY:~"TRACK~iTE' 'I· : Jumpers' Flat Race Handicap. FESTOON 1, Sir Leightan 2,, Lasting 3., Nursery Handicap.-CONSTANT CHATTER 1, Our Barney 2, Many Ways 3. Flying ,Handicap.- WINNIPEG i, Vergure 2, Creditor 3. Canterbury Handicap.- HER. ARDE 1, Mischief 2, Gilltown 3. Progressive Stakes.- GOOD EARTH 1, Pannade 2, Mantilla 3. Ashbury Handicap.-. TICKLE 1, Old Serpent 2, Ari.tocrat 9.
Elemental Forces In Command A Plain Survey Of Europe To-Day [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 31 May 1940
Elemental Forces In Commlanpd A Plain Survey Of Europe To-Day Speaking before the'Goulburn Rotary Cliub, Father C. H. Copp, of the House of Ascension, gave a remarkable sur vey of the forces at work in the world to-day. It was a clarifying vision of the reasons for nian's failure. llHe slpoke of recent e-perilences is Sritain. The inpression :h'got in England befodihe hwah, hewsfd was .tht shce was ipreparin~g :b , butFoiing that: :tihe .horror inight be a·eirt?d, Then caine Sthe decclaration of wvar" and wihile there.~ ·ws ,a:credil'anicelief in the Lensiontit. the same'.timd there was I no -luestion that tih;eauthoritibs anhd I the people epected:imml d n dipte heavy Sbomibing ratids: Malny of his listen ers were through ;the llatst war and many of :then ;h.iad -experlence .of what at air ai id:was.'like;-but in these' dlays the faster machinies-.aind the mnore, deadly explosiyes causoed- danm age that even those wlio went thronugh the .last war Could conceivc-'. .:: Father Copp s...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 31 May 1940
- Who is the Executor of Y6uR LL so ne fellow er, or Tr o 01 Ii cajapn~lointcdl faintice, as the Execu or ild i'rustce of your 11, (onsi cr this: 'That an cxc torship in tlhese trouibleso o days as gteat responsibili ; soiimeies a great Iurrdc F etter, if you wish o rctaij your friend as Exc - tot, a uplpoint Perpeti 1 '1eustc Company Limiit Co-E cautor ainid Tl'rlste; that ill lighten his butrd atnd ve your famIily adi I secur y. The omtpany is widely e per cd in thie aditinistr - tion and management q couttiy properties. Learni its ,methods atlt of ii dii es thlt berset the priva yrustecby reading at new boo " ?trctior tartln Tristee." copy gIly sent on reqnest. IFtri to-dayi. TUAL rIUSTs1I M ANY (LIMITED! ttaa, Iiaa)T; A. J. 'Plyflrt at.L.I Atea . Lewht, 'J. P. Alltl . ??t II . lu allging DI.rector. 'i c .'? --i ,.e 'it i ttt I Otl ,lSl ot t?ttllellatte "and .r+ · Adnllnlstlrbtor, etc..-." .i lu+" e. . 3339 I'IUN? Eti STItEtT, SDNEY.m S iothers n, th at,;rt. 'RpresentariLo:..: •....
WAR FUND Country Bodies Allowed Ten Delegates [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 31 May 1940
WAR FUND Country Bodies Allowed Ten Delegates Inl accordance with a reqcuest by the l.ord Mayor of Sydney, Aid. S. S. Crick, thie Goillburn District Patriotic and War Fund decided on Wednesday. night to conivenle a conIfelrence of all com mittccs within its division" for tie purpose, o" 'electing a dele gate to the Central Ekecutive in ' Sydney. an a letter to the meeting, Aid. Crick stated A't- the last meeting od thie Cen tral Excutive it: was .uliinimrt ously decided to; take steps 'tbo:ssure the representatiof of- couintry :tcoo: mlttees by l0. membsbers upon thlie :Ceii tral Executive 'rof Pthis -uttid..'.' 'For this purpiose (the whvliole Stato was carefully zoned irnto:. 1.0' dlvi sions, based upon :tranisport facill'i ties, population andrt shire boiindailes. Goulburn hais been elected aisNo.:-8 division." 's ", ** '-. '' *Ald COrick vent oun to say :that 'i was suggested that the Gobiilburri cnm mittee sliouldl convene a '.meetlngil irePreseitatihes of the fund :within: ifs...
REFUSAL TO SALUTE FLAG [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 31 May 1940
REFUSAL TO SYDNEY, iday: The Uade Secreti.?'any ilDirctodi o: 'f "?ElciLtioi;? M.-McKenoii,, said ito da•y that on001 to0 lt tifoeiice', of school', chlilid ei - fiising'i t:. salute.the 'flag' hd bee ' riepoted to thi` Departnent. " . 3r.: "Thei matterihald been reported to Victoria, Barracks, and the Polidce Depairtinenti to enable inqui'ies to boe mda e. ltito the attitude of the parents. .:::Io i'd fesult of such inquiries has not been conveyed.
ANNUAL GOLF TOURNAMENT Goulburn Fixture To Extend Over Three Days In June RECORD ENTRY LIKELY [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 31 May 1940
ANNUAL GOLF TOURNAMENT Goulburn Fixture To Extend Over Three Days In June RECORD ENTRY LIKELY Arrangements are well in hand. for the . Goulburn Golf Club's annual Open tournament, which will be held on June 15, 16 andl: :17.1 Aa moi6:of the Sydney 1chainpio. s~il?is al;e obffi: the club? expeets a .a e?icod eitry -for 'all evenitet-: It: nnticipitedi: thalt ' in addiition 't0o- the sual galaRxy of leading professioiails, there will be many of the outstanding minetehlrs compotln,' an'd 'the flield should eiqual the standard of aln Aus tralifan Open Championship. Goulburn will be treated to' three danvs of-.lhigh-class golf sanch as ?ill probably not 'be seen again foriIhlinn years. The course is in splendid conditiori ned will compare favourably with anuy ofthe metropolitan courses with :tl&e exception' .perhaps ofe two or: thiee of the leading Sydney clubs?- .:;, Entries are .now :.being :collectedil and, as the organisationi bf 'thisnl?big event cills 'for an eniorimoui amo...
RABBITS NOT KEPT DOWN Owners May Lose Rebate [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 31 May 1940
RABBITS NOT KEPT DOW Owners May Lose Rebati sti't mrdeoivig a bi'coift o pe lais meeting of tihe .oei arn P turce Protection Board llbiiing tih'le eading. of.. a report fioni the Rahbi InspectoM ? ~r." 3. Fitigeiaid, who told the;boald that mnny iae~dnrers in the distr'ict 'hoe- were ,eclcviai0 the rebate ono~ccouit.b of their .letted hold'ihgse weroefiot'h iii th i codce-d? hIiner tiIe. At the owee of a i~oili ng with ' nettedl rabhit-prooft fence ,which i oept in good or1der ise entitled tohallirato . h .f . -te Fi' , I NOTrCEs: i At, he mee?tiing o0n11i Wednesda.y ,it was stltedl that some, laioilers. had to be serv?d:?oithff'ihnal dtices in re spect to ieolini;l/hdli,'? lioldihgs efree from rabbits. Thile 'oncession ganeil. to abbit prof l h ol digiieh!y iliie :o'ulbiUi 1nP.P lnotdl.: .modlitt ' iiitsi r, oiotinmatey 50 r 25 pe rcooti of the i:leviable ra~teq. ,·:: ifl 1939, .-obhates to";.ttllng t50(;/1 ,I/. were allowed, ·odlipnrld ,ith aI leviable :rate of£2 397;': ": Sl'efor...
German Lies Continue [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 31 May 1940
German Liesi * Continue ,. . .. BERLIN, Thuirsdoy! . The ;adio :ac cuses British officelrs of\maltreating prisoners. ::-- . :: "'Defenceless' :-c niai p:is:fisne rs have beens. robblid~, chained, . beaten a~nd exiposed ::.to Gerrian, .aitillery," says the radio '"Th?s? .clrimnes vill be d-menibered an?pii piinished.:' ; ' Th'e. radilo repets:tlie clihi.ge that Blritish pili?nes arde bodmbing non-mill tasy. oljc'ties??.'.: .:,' .
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 31 May 1940
YOU CAN STOPi . THAT BACKACHE But' u Must First HELP YOUR KIDN ?S'to Flush Out Acid Poisons e? gnise backache as a ignal that t ere is something wvron' with your Odneys. you kidneys contain 15 m les of tiny t es and lilters. Every three minut all the blood in you boldy passes throughl these tubes to 1be filere of waste matter as acid poison, Unless your kidns s re mo;ve. out' 500 grains of dnger .ous im urities, these tubes cole clogget causing a bcsach ,leg pains, ss of pep and energ , get ting n1u nights, lumibago, ollen feet an ankles, pulllness un r the eyes, I adachles, rheuilhatic pdins and di iness. Frequent or canty passag with smarting and birning also sh v thel:e is something vrong witlh Y r hkidneys or bladd. , Don' delay and don't xperi ment. o to your chemist o store for DO N'S BACKACHE K )IiEY PILLS. Use them faithful ?u andl give y ur kidneys the helu they need,b ore it is too late. hillions of use the world over ha e hlad quick, tisfying relief. Do your neighb ir doe...
Never Wanted To Fight Leopold's Treachery Premeditated [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 31 May 1940
Never WTanted· To Fight Leopold's Treachery Premeditated LONDON, Thursday: In a remarkable despatch in which it declares that King Leopold's treachery was not only'military but was organised and premeditated, the Havas Newsagency reveals that King Leopold, after the outbreak of war, forbade his Ministers to leave Belgium, particularly for France. Hie attempted to muzzle the press .1nd was only prevented from dping 1o by the bitter resistance of his Mlinisters. King Leopold refused to -resent himself to Parliament before ,ssuming command of his. army- as lis, 1ither dcl in-1914. .lHe also:refused to condemn . the nvaders byradlio,e showed signs of a lIfeatist spirit and opposed collabora tion betlween the Flrelich and Belgian cetthriities tb prepare fol the evacua tioniodf civilians. ? n se Reigns No Longei 1. AI, ,Thirsday: The .el giu'm Chbinht has decreed that as .Kifig L1)01( is in the poier of .'the invimdler' it is impossible for hi2 to oiclnp jfive .t y's ago tw6' :rdtor chrs ...