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Rolling In Another £200 For War Funds [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 31 May 1940
RolliIng In Another £200 For Wia Funds That the people of the-Goul burn district are rallying to sup port the Goulburn Patriotic and War Fund is exemplified by:the fact that since Tuesdary last donations amounting to almost £200 have been received. " In' three d(lays the fund: total hat grown from £476/11/5 to £672/12/2. The committee is exceptionally grate ful to the organisers of'the Baby Show, which, netted £110, .thereby considerably augmen'tinig the' fund:' It is iunleirstod that ta chequff'foi £200 w?ill -be fdrwavdrdeld to head quarters to-day..:Thle committee has spent approximately 4E150 locally in ~the purchse:: of'; woollen mat'erials, while n: cheqtiuefor !£100, togethel with about't £120 worth bf made up materlals" has already been sent to the.city depot for distribution.: C IE'TI.OF £nO * Incl'dtd i?'i the"do nations received to-day: was, a chelque :for £50 from Dr.,G. 'M: :Fai'thf uli,b of. Inverslochy. To:yesterda y £61/147/42' had ,been ack n owledgd edo:.Didnation ...
TRAIN TIMES Getting Back To Normal [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 31 May 1940
TRAIN TIMES. Getting Back To Normal Adjustments to the railway time-tables advercely affected by "the recent coal strike are con tinuing, and from Monday passen ger traffic to and from Goulburn will assume almost completely riormal running. Normal goods train working came into operation at the beginning of the present week and the volume of traf fic has now reached its highest peak, for about two months.' As a result, exceptionally busy scenes were wit nessed in the Goulburn railway yards yesterday and anuin to-day. Fromn Monday next the passenger, mixed, rail motor and diesel services to and fromn stations on the Goulburs side 'of Picton will run on pre-strike time-tables with a few minor excep tions. Services which will 'be restored to normal include ,the Goulburn-Bom bala-Queanbeyan-Canberra facilities and the Gotlburn-Crookwell-Roslyn Talalga line. SOUTH-WEST MAIL One of the most important altera tions applies to the Southwest Mail, formerly a daily service, which will now run b...
RUGBY LEAGUE Notes And Comments [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 31 May 1940
RUGBY LEAGUE Notes And Comments BY "FORWARD" Much of the interest in Sunday's game centred rounid tile first appear ance of Jack Stubbs, the formner Wol longongi player, who is taking up the important role of five-eighth for the Goulburn side.,, .: .. I recollect a displiay by Stubbs when here with Wollongong last year. On that occasioii, he played in the centre ccid was the obutstanding player on thile ~isiting; side. If my memory serves me riglist he .scored most of' the' pointsa for hlie coast team that day. '. . Rn'iernme ing tiiqt Stubbs was just .trecovering from' an ainkle injury, too m?clcli :as '.ot' exBpected of him on Suniiidahy, bi it'l' safoe to 'say that ihe imore tethan pleased thespectators. IHe instlled daish xand speed into the back linle :tfticks, and his ability to cut bot anf opponent must have been very welcome to his centres and wingers, as it gave them chances with less op position to meet. This season our centres and wing ers have been haniperedl because the...
Bungendore Patriotic Effort Yields £800 [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 31 May 1940
:,Bungendore Patriotic Effort Yields £800 The dances and sports conduct ed by'the Bungendore and 'Dis: .tiict branch of the Lord Mayor's Patrib'tic and War Fund proved. a' great social and financial suc- - cess. A sum of over £800 net is i sight. 'This 'vithi' the ii mneys\' alre:idy ialsed foi other wa rcharitiesn~iv??lll bring the district's gr:oss total t6 over. £ 1800 since; the loiutreak of war., H'~ier c Excellency; Lai::df 000 oi 10i,a:' tended":ly:Ii'rsi Biracegii'dl a ti? d ?-Miss Price honoiiured the: .sporlts idieeting with herlprieseince andl s-.niport. The presidenlit.: Col; T /F:: RRiutledge,: iand iMs ltiRutledge, aiinil-iiliners of thie committee.: entertaihled, the , Vice Regal Pu t3y it ofternioon tea: 'The iaces piboedI most Ilittretllng, soine 'f the flrit'racs' having tYein ahd 12 'eitrles.ie About 50 hlorses ;were brhinihit tio the cotrse ,forithe- vhiious eveOnnts- A hiidsome icuip was doiiated j.~yiy'ihr. Loilry, of New Zealandfofi the: i.liie ,swho 'non .thi...
SKATES MAKE HIS TASK EASY [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 31 May 1940
SKATES MAKE HIS TASK EASY Iuss C(llhsol, we-llknownll iue hoc'key player, has turened his skating to "l((Qo tllll ill his .job al General Motor.s-loldohens. i1e r'lces for ('le'Illcy'e " orders (s o r' oller slkates, working faster al! practisiing at. lihe sanie time. Tiei Selierelelcy Olders :stoc?rool lats.. a/ .,O,0o sclOquarei feet. airt?a,iivit ' ' cl'.'61 bthis "in .10,000 divisiciis: ! Trhiis i la bI· intl. in lue-aittiig area ov C rI ituss Shiowed! ihe ';boss tlhat wrlirc:I itil?t~kis a 1nii Sordlinarily: ll hour. to .pielk six ordLers (or 50 a day). a man on . skates cnil pick I)0 a daiy.
GRAZIER GRAVELY INJURED [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 31 May 1940
GRAZIER GRAVELY INJURED As the result of a heavy fall on his property yesterday a well- known district grazier was later admitted to a Goulburn hospital suffering from a probable fra ture of the spine or neck. He is Mr. J. Lynch, 58, of Tarlo, who was engaged on collecting a load of wood on his property, in company with a brother. Lynch &nbsp; was sitting on the platform of the motor lorry in use at the time, and when the vehicle struck a stump he was hurled heavily to the ground. &nbsp; It was apparent that he had sus tained serious injury to ihe back and medical aid was summoned. Mr. Lynch was subsequently taken by ambulance to St. John of God Hospital, where, it is understood an &nbsp; X-ray examination failed to disclose &nbsp; any fracture of the, neck. Another X-ray examination will, however be &nbsp; made to-day. &nbsp; Wiilliam James Smith, an elderly &nbsp; patient at a Goulburn institution, &nbsp; &nbs...
AIR ACE IN CHARGE Making Pilots In Canada [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 3 June 1940
AIR ACE 'N1 CHARGE Making Pilots :in ,Canada Training of. young Australian airmen sent to Canada, under the Empire Air Scheme will be super vised by the greatest living Brit ish ace-Air Commodore Williamn Avery Bishop,-V.C., M.C., D.S.O., ' D.F.C. 'Billy Blihop's name .is -illustrious in ,Cc?nadian war.history. The;-uietli prosperotus~ 46=year-old' businessn inman who ovvp it 'seemed, ' before' war broke out, :far removed :fromn ?the' iegendaiy hero :-.who shot ;:uivn .72 enemy planes and survived 170 grimi air battles in. thie.last war:'. Biut once again'Billy Bishpp"is buosy in: the spler?e in" which hie achleveil undy?rg 'fame. 'With :all -'the : ability and ardour: that 'ehabled hini' ,o shoodd .down five German planer' in oiie eprin clay-his last ,ldi..of native' seiie: 2 years 'go--he .is devoting himsjll 't.`'; his °}"tial execiutivte ,oie' in; the nEmpire Air Scheme:"lI ?,Those?. Iil"s.ho comen to us from 'ste' is'er "ominifiions .vill comie tdo ii' find te, hserts of 'the i...
NATIONAL SECURITY Prosecution At Canberra [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 3 June 1940
:SECURJTY Prosecution At Canberra ,The first prosecution.under the National ",Security Act, 1939 (Alie~s Control Regulations) was ,launched sin. 4'heCarberra Court c',o?Petty S'essions before Mr. J.,. S. hA_ tihanaslos Kouloudis 4, of. Greek natfoidility, was fined £1 in dftaui onie (,day's hatd laboiui "anid. l oireddi ' to 'pay :'i? nii ' expenses; fdo" tIfdilinl tois ti'fo ""the Alns, -?ReglistrajiQn, `. Of?idcr:' -f ' Paul:Nicholas,;. maste':.tailori C'i, centre by'woi0m bColulojidia wa;s a emI :pl.yed s'?da"filefld £? f?, :cbitraven ing the National Security? Regulationai by failing. as the lieeper of ia lod ha olig.'eo have':: av e &lt;iesteltperh containihng 'pairtilclara. concrninuget in" ''ahl"e KoIloudli- who6wyiiii ablb to s??atle? ,Eniglish -.pigaded .1uigalt 'thA.Ohuh`ts"'i iiite'rpiet e e ir I i tHitid li ie':.Ls igno'aint i f tlethreiieitiients of the; National Security lAct a? ii aslied for'i lienn cy. SprgtA E,;' Si 3ailey , said that ,he wouldnot ppress f,f...
What Is The Nature Of Life Nature Of Struggle That Leads To War [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 3 June 1940
What Is The Nature Of Life Nature Of Struggle That SLeads To War ' "i!Every normal person desires to make , ',,something,of his .life. It is of the very nature . ':of life to struggle towards :significance., In ,man the effort.to make lif'e ean something, i'to 'become of. some use' and importance in the world, stands behinid most progress and :achievement.". * With these words: the Bishopp ,o Goulburn,'Rt. Rev. E. ,H. Burgmainn, introduceshis montthly', diocesan. Iet-I It is;ost?imortat'he tinues, "that everiy iidividual should have .a reasonauble opqrtunity; :to count in the..lifebf, the cmunty to which he belongs. . l j.lsl.,ices .sary- to . his . sqlf-respect: Obstacles are a challenge Awhich often ittenaid fies':.the i'derteinination to ialte life, mean something.;.They may thusb in hance the i.inal. achievement. Butjif obstacles aie 'really beyon theffidlyi dual's power to cope with' iem.i they tend;to cripple,the personality and dc st.roy .tle;ssee of. meani1ng in lieo. This i...
Crookwell's Rainfall [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 3 June 1940
.Crookwell's-I Rainfif all CROOKWy LL: Althoughli . tli' severe drouight condl tins which ;weti eXpllrienced ilin the' e'ii.i y moilths" ofi this yeanr were, brlokei.liby ;gbod" faille; In,April, the total rainfall for the fii'sl fli? monnths of thi 'yellls' onil'dclr ably less .thanu that of' laiiit yea r lhidl xhs' a comilrtatlvely i y eiii"." ,At the end of. . tlie tot~l for. the year as .772 polnts;, conpa ed c it. 891 for last yei'r and .118 1 'fo:.? tlic Correspondling peilod( orf 193S~ : tht;' tear's total n c fe'wer tha in 711 ipoli; have been rerioded .in llthe :lilst: two imonth's-501) ) Al)ril aiid 202. li'Mily ,Wlnterl. ihs the district Well: ini. ts ip ino\, several lieavy friosts having bhee exlorietlced recently and "at times the coiantryshlel hlas a)ppealled as though it has been- covered by ai '*I Sht-'fsll 'br u low.pihe .low'dst I'enililt!' ! ;or tills kyear*w'fsW.- 23-;-de6ees oh'il,,y.j ,:7, whllch is thie' lot.west silin? Jilyn 6 of last year,: wheinsi' tl. nli...
South Goulburn P. And C. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 3 June 1940
South Goulburn P. And C. The monthly meeting o. the Soulth .oulburn Parents anid Ciizens' As ,ociation, was'held on Thiirsday, last Prior to the'neeting ý e pupils and' members viewed -two interesting .aniid .nstructive films; mniade' availatble.to ;he school from the Education De partiment's library.: ; - - .. In the unavoidable absoeiceof;the iresident, MrE..."I Cimnlbridge, IMri'.T.: 3rooms occupied the chair,'andt el :omed to the mieetllg:Mrs. R1., Ross, he secretary, who lhas just recovered i.pm, itiju;tes sulstainedi in a motori .ccldent. - ,. The annual, conference of P. and C. kssdcilatiois I. to obe -helid it ,-'Wgga ;i the :neir futulre',and sievera' ltem ,et doTi- for l:dilscussiolat: h.thhe.con erence cam e. ip foi discussion...: s . . Reports .bhowe t: hia.t. eveyig:'.card' lurties hild nioi bieei iill lpatronisedl if late, and it:.\.uwa gfiies':that' they. e discontliued dduring tlhi vwinter.t Now cantlion signs 'hle been .rect: -"I near lle school:·in'di should. b-' m...
THE EMPIRE "French Without Tears" [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 3 June 1940
THE EMPIRE "French Without Tears" 'French Without Tears," show ing at the Empire, is proof that the British Paramount with all British actors can turn out come dies that are as excellent, move as fast, and are just as laughter provoking as any American directors with American casts. Thile cleverness of the dialoguee the uinexpected turns, tile splelidid ' x, poitlatlon of ol tlhemes, threeo dr.unks" together, for ntstincttt ndi the magniflcent acting of tl t.; corneld bI,'eathe intto. the .comned?" n, atmosphlere of reality i.th t.lifts it right above thile slalpstck cdlass.; The incitdeits all occlur ait Ptofes0so, 3saingot's scthool for tliplbilttgt:ii : Fralnce. The, incidents ae; ,fr equent with anti-clinaxes coming in';i ?tall: sorts of unexpectedlpii tes (ll edeitt the most harmless rentikthilt, aiti?ai ,'Gettin~ very .wl;arni,'," sl i tt? :'. re eqoetd lwithl unexpDect·ted sigiflcances, thanks to the. skill of :tte, pri6duce Diana coines ui?ekxpectedly:: t ,vist keritrothier ...
BETTER THAN DROVING [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 3 June 1940
BETTER :TAN DROVING Mr. . E .: FIWrec llngton 1of el' iington, vwho ,rdce~tlyi epulchase , operty in the'Colll e:(distric;dt t,ýriiins'i ported 1200 'sheeptrom ';'tlie Me dooian district-, to his' nvew rplopjeity. The tr.ansporf?i' twsS c,' ried' oNitbl fo.ur loubl6-dlecl ke or: 'ibtoi'rlorrieso; n11d ,asnii cnl tplotod lii .two.diy.'.
Youth Takes The Helm Published by Special Arrangement Copyright. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 3 June 1940
Youth Takes The A Helm By Phyllis Hambledon? I'ie author of The Trick oIf Courage,' Published by Special Arrangement. Copyright. Lorraino Carmichaic. ew~~~ OCww~ They sat down to lunicheon. Smith soi. busied himself at the sideboard. What's happened".he was asking hin self bewilderedly. Eddie, seating hlinself beside Beryl, muttered. some thing. Lorraine smiled happily acqross the table at Micky. All .the .same; she heard what Eddie ihad mnuttered and she couldn't help l\onldering " just a little-why waiis: it:he ;:sai'd: iBeryl;; you're a sport!'': to her? :Two : ays lateri:Lo-rrainef awok with. the chiatterliig of bd.ii outside; ier window. There tis wa aholse ; nmartin's Inost rust: unider the ,eat es';, She"coiilld see the ,little ble siheiids bibbinig aiid lbobbing Tihe young ones' coiild- fly nowbv. The t nest would soon; be ,too siiiall for :them:h.'She 'had' tl·i feeling. 'that" somnethingi' iuiarvellbeis was 'going to''happen" 'Then she' r'e'" meinberedl.. Iicky' had goine ...