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CIVIL FORCE TO BE FORMED 40,000 Persons Are Present In Sydney Domain [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 3 June 1940
BE FORMED _' 490,000 Persons Are 'Present ui Sydney Domain A new voluntcer force to assist the civil authorities and. police, and to perform guard and cthe duties in 'case of emergency, is to be formed by the Federal Govcrnment. .:, '1he;M nistry hopes by this. mean, 'o t, ie m.lninpower. which for varioll reasons, cac..not be absorbed into th etferic: forces. It is' known that tihorm toIr mainy, 'ipersons ill. Austiralii (ixilu,; tIo give CLeir services, in ai :n':t iny Clacdity. At n imnmense meetiiig i tilh Dolalit t yesherdiay afternoon,.1 aboiU' 10,00L' eoo li:edgped tilentselvei Lu. timutatto .the war. effort '!iin ever, po'cible wi." The .:·':i ii 'oAtli'in?d-Genieral, i :0110 C to lii ii' heeli f i101, ii 0 •one P i.i l `een:Iratoon. , w o": "d:ou:'ty o 1110 11111011 0011. Itwits .stated iin Federal-circles lains' ilgli[..tli: t thie reg'tationst i miti ht'.lat pr'ocili't d to iay . T'Iheinew orgitincition will lie: olie; to'm11en over the age of :tIiilitary eel vice. nr11 t...
Engineers' Fee Dubbo Council Worried [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 3 June 1940
Engineers' Fe Dubbo Council Worried Dubbo Municipal Council is in censed at the action of the Min Ister for Local Government (Mr. L. O. Martin) in refusing to give any financial assistance to meet fees totalling £1446 charged :by the consulting engineers for the water supply augmentation scheme. The engineers are press ing council for payment. At the last meeting of the council, which decided to send a deputation to interview the Minister in connection with the water scheme and other urgent matters, Aid. Gilbert pointed out that the Minister flad forced coon. ;lI to enmploy consultinlg engineers, llhen its own engineer was capllble of doing the work, thus creating a debt that could have been avoided. As a result of' the Minister's atti. tilde in such matters. he alleged t?hat Loell Government bodies had become .le prey of consulting engineers. The irony of the.positlon Is that al clough cotontil is being pressed fot tnlyntenlt of tile engineers' fees. GOv. rnllment dilly-dallying ha...
POTATO PRODUCTION New Law In Force Next Month [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 3 June 1940
PRODUCTION New Law In Force Next Month SYDINEY, Monday: The: Potato Griowers JLicenslng 3Billie has beeln :'itsseitedl ;o, and stelps are. behig : Stakeii "to lproclaim. 'July :;1 1940; -: as tlie diate; of Ecomlmifehilcement' of ithe Acte `,Reid', ide ie 2ilf aiouniicement yesteil ,. aley: Ite=i plaiihed :,thait:ifter thre' iontlisti'froin th?le coiimnilenceeinelit of e .:Act, it i?oilid ie 'illegale ,to use ?mioretlain ll aIn cle to pi odlice potitoes w :ithout Ia licence:; ,. ? Aililca tiollns oi0 licelses; will 0e ,niideoi 01 ,rescribed ':foriis; ;'Anli- air. nu ouncemifent :w ilimidde',mad wheni these h1re': i% ilaIble. Thei` licen e.fee' ~w ill' be tell ?il?illlings? d1 tilh e licence ,will relldol l'lot'iin force 1o11 t-:liemIust allily ei :' 1i0ii a i .ltit.1 fee of tei.shillings. ' The: fds" :raised , bytlte licence fee, :wllbe used lfor furtliering the potato ,giod?;flgilgd.idutiry, "iad .1it is. Proposed betha ,. i-glllt g er-controlelid organisa- ti01:be ocdt il1: fottil...
PROFESSOR'S WARNING Inflation Leads To Hitlerism [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 3 June 1940
PROFESSOR'S Inflation Leads . To Hitl?i ism. The extension af credtsts liough' the Comnlonwealthi Banlk ,as ..se .verely -.criticised' in Juhnee by.:Prio fessor:H'-D:. Blick. - Professor ':Bliick: is 'a M1aster' of Ecoionics; a: noted autioi'ity, an ad-i ,vieoia't' to he' Gvedtirneiit,hn and a i'e gular -conimmentato i'doei :thie A1B.C3 ,guThe: rise -in .wages:; .andiprlces :woIld be ,;tdegcapaible' si ?iel Prb fessoruBlackitiinithe couiser'oft liis>re i ' 'Gra?'l sociall injustices jwould ;be ldne e'specially to those who :hre on fixed. incomes, such -as peiin?iois.i ?:'Credit expansion wv.ildi wreCl the soaial. 'lass, asi it;did lii;; Gernhiahy paeving: the way fo: the like of Hitler whboiwas :simply the. product'.: of. fti printing presses. .,".The expansion of cred;ts 'would add', social. misery.. to countless thobsatids :of people. "Those: who advocate the' polcy ere the people who won't face, up :to' limple basic economic 'doctrines," said Professor Black.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 3 June 1940
fI O N:I :,' :T ON( IN A iI1Ni?.Y SICl1ylf 41lC r tt ivUdrymel t a, finit tU 9ns J ~t you,.in o' tlin: rn -,v i weekl' Instlnments of-£ 10, 5/ £11. 5/ ; £20. 7/6; £25. 7/6 Lonns on furniture, pianos, sewill mlachines, tc., without possess~i No dllay.??SFt irh D~vley. THEll N.sW.\1 MlON )1 I'I I1't SUBeSm D CAPITA £400 ,E. & A. Bam? k uber. I nr.? lnnuirage, nld Aubulrn Slreets • Telcphmone: G.uiblrn 481 A GLEAN DILL Of HiEALTH Ett 'ond dr:nk ,'at you li . R.U , willt adep you rnernlly Coe n and externiy frih! R.U.R. makes the blood alkaline and rnm icp ng acids c nd to I fro Amemov n esthF. tVs orrr y Obta nible frhm .. . C. HOGEFIS AND SONS, GOULBURN Ask For Free Booklet. rwo Good Drink Fo Cold Days SULVd V 's . LLem ad S f-tim The niiv tintlwr drink. i As?k for tIhem t all leading soft drink shops. COLUMNS Read them every day. Someone may want your services, or something you have to sell. ART NEEDLEWORK For Pleasure and Profit I-Inve you or stopped to think how much you sa...
ALIENS Proposal By Yass Man [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 3 June 1940
ALIENS Proposal By Yass Man. Ai1,-:TP,:'P., .Leonlrd -mover'le ; t:,til. last meeting. of t'et Yt ss . .allunic ip Coitelicileitat: t the council sect the 'ce Sope ! ati6 ;of till cointllis-in ll 'tt in,: that the Federal. Governmidt:, us Iat.. its loWe rs, to ,'hitaornl:niaitns- andm dl:I loyal esubjects ttaiul tproveiailtl Coitmiitt isls.;front uisieg liublic halls foE the-I prIlli?paanda" whichi ' ritish : subject. ronsaidred"l ddtriiteiteill to v timniling, the Tihe Mayor' referred to Sectloi S1 c the L.G. Act, whliclh had been qotle,: aiat, tight anld wlllch pointted out Lt limited powers -of -cotici l'. :t , Ald. Leonard ,said th!ey. coula :.ct, afford, to have allens .running .abota,,t Tiey hadl Commtittists.-in i Y;ass ati: .rrdlng to the Itat eiectitnt re.urn ' "I would give three months' service a year as it a. gutard at aueus o tri type for nothiing. to the 'Federtil G6. erlnelnt," he.,slid. , i . . , The. TowIn' Clerk poainhed out iat til: previous. nite'etilg 'the - :'a...
NATIONAL GOVERNMENT Engineering Branch's Advice To Curtin [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 3 June 1940
NATiONAL _ GOVERNMENT 'gcineering Iranch's Advice To Curtin BRIISB ANE, Monday: The IRock amlllon branch of the Amualgalnatted ngineerl ng Union has irequested tht edcral Council of the union. to'urgc e leader of the Joederal -Labou; arty, Mr. Curtin;'to Jino the,:Nationi 1 Government. WThe resolutlon :passed,1 stated :thatd he. Cominonwiealth Counuil : of :'thl union shouldh. be requested to notif: he Pr'me Mieleter thit -:th.e .nionic earticu.larly the Rockhanmpton branclr' •oou, solidly behind hlil.:ill -Austia a s war policy and efforts -:and tbha.;. I?Ir. Curtin should hbe| InformedLb that" he union rerillired hli:mto 't1ce, hi ilace in the formnatlon 'of a't-tion., orvernment If'Invited to do. so b. he 'riCme Minister.
HONOUR ROLL Men Who Have Enlisted [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 3 June 1940
HONOUR ROLL Men Who. Have Enlisted With each day the Post's Hon our :Roll, : embracing the names of. Goulburn and district men who ?ihave -enlisted for serv;ce with the Navy, -Air Force and ,A:.F., 'i? growing. ::t is realisel that the lists already. :l!lis'l d i :l re. rliy ini melns complete inil "wcd`a invitel. the co-operation o; elatives ?uaid f'iolnds . ii iorwtrding .ad nanmes of mene front this' district tio' have :- been enlisted at . other outles. Names. should. not be sub ]aittedl, however,::w hre men have not iassedl the medical exaiiinamtions an .iloss the n:imhes forwarded: art roplei:J 'certified. Additlionil names to lhaid "are: Sdlm.: :James,' . 23: ' Cowper Street (abroad). . " luckiey, Mtixwell A.;' ,Bankstowis, formerly of Coulburn.. (abroad). .reswiclk, R:: oyr :Softon;, Brayton '(abroad).' " ruickshanil, Bruce,' 19 Cowper Street (aiioad). i Siut( :'1llian (abroad ):. Litton, Johli :Bentley, 'Mliddle Arm ')'Brien, W.HI., Goulburn. ' )'Brien .I: O,,: Goulburn. 9'...
NEED FOR RECRUITS Activity At Queanbeyan [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 3 June 1940
NEED FOR' RECRUITS Activity At i, ;Queanb yan ,Theie was a large nd repre sentative meeting in tle Queaq beyan Council Chambers foi tile? purpose of forming ia r-ecr!litiig committee. The Mayor, Ald. H. C0 Taylbr; iiie .ided and' eplained thUt tie" iid. ii llei the meeting on behalf of the shir.h t' wiell as the Municipal Cd0hcll, 'each having been written io riga;dlings,the .'ormation of a local rebititing c'dii- m itte e." ' . . . .. ".' : " . . "" ' STile ietteis .were readn toi tie ileet .ng, together with-.oze frfro teb A'rai officer at Goulbumiin,:,ho. enidldsed formis of applicaitioni to .enlist:i. 'The Town Clerk intimated! that theseh ikh been iised up in two dliy': :Ioile li' been i writtein for, buit ' ot yet'ie celved. " : It was decided .that .the Qtieahnbe ai and ,Y'aiiodwluml '.: Shirie -recdruitini Comiiiittee be formed.' Thle Mafyor wavs electei cdhairnmanif the ireidedit of tle shile vice-chail man, -i nd u tlhe Town Clerk and, Shire- Clei'k 'joiit: secrei taries, ...
BOMBER CRASHES AT JUNEE [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 3 June 1940
BOMBER CRASHES AT JUNEE An R.A.A.F. LockheedS-Hudson bomber crashed on Thursday on "Brgeside," the Illabo property of Mr.' F. C. Delling, fourteen miles from Jupee. The bomber canme down with the retractable undercarriage drawn up in the flying positioln. All unusually low cloud formation appeared over Junee in the morning, Iosting for no longer than haltf ;a hour. A plane could be heard over head, circllig, as though it were inl difficulties, and the crash came at Illabo In the vicinity of 10 o'clock. The bomber went perilously close to the tree tops and evelitually ln11d edli I a stubble paddock. The majority of the crew of six el'e exeslellg tile crash. but one was gIot' in 1I braceld Iosition whlen the cratsh calme. IThe result was tllat ht1 w\va injluret:I and ha.l to lbe tkhen to .Illnne for ltedical attention, where Ihe had stitches inserted.in111 split lip).
CROOKWELL C.W.A. BIRTHDAY PARTY [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 3 June 1940
CROOKWELL C.W.A. BIRTHDAY PARTY, CROOKWELL: To' celebrate the 18th birthday of the foundation of the Crookwell branch of ,.the, Country Wonmen's Associatidon a cdnibined, social evening! and card paity wis helt in the School of Arts last T'les lay night. Proceeds were to be tdividted be ,ween the C.W;A. and patriotic fundts, .aid the attendalce at the-danee lust' .lave been a little disappolnlting to the .)rganisers, especially as the money was to have been devotdt to .such worthy causes. It is expected that a profit of £5 will result '.frm the" evenling. Although it wsas disapihointing ,fi'on a filancial standpidint,l..'o the `eveiing.. was most successftil dsociallyr all re sent spendiiga, i mot',:eiljoyiible' eveii ing On behalf of the .C ,\V:,;;i';t i-J iclh IMunro, who'.cieritfi ' ottli he diteie .': .1.C. diiili- tle evening expressedl thanks to tholise i?; 'Iii ?lii attended In the neir futue?r.he ,s?l? "egeilai (lances .wiild, be hIlt.? itottse;money, for wir ', fu ndis aii ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 3 June 1940
FOR BETTER PERMANENT WAVING JUNE RUSSELL offers A Special Permanent Wave for 5/6 Complete full head, no extras, guaranteed 6 to 9 months. WHY PAY MORE? EVERY Wave is guaranteed 9 months. Only Expert Experienced Hairdressers are employed. Water Waving is our Speciality. No Appoint nts are necessary. Luok n e Rsl T1hseSLec e Jhme R 1sell Sal. Iolt or the nalne, JUNIE R? LL, 338 Auburn St., opp. Hoyts Theatre, Goulburn. SpecialP Notice: Miss June Russell. wishes to give her clients Special Expert Work manship, Expert Attention, Courtesy and Civility. If you have not received this at your local branch, please write to Miss June Russell, 94 Oxford St., Sydney. usic, aver R l and Records. Musical Inlst rnumnlts on Easy Terms - G(iitars, lItkuloles, P'iullo-Accordeouls, Mouth Or gauns, Banjus. Also Strings for all instruments OWEN'S RADIO and REFRIGERATION COMPANY ,Royal Hotel Bldg., Goulburn YEAR RIOUND , LW'TLEI/IAIPS iS OOLGIlCOMPL X Long after the irs are schoolgirls there'll be 'e lov...
HOYTS RITZ "The House Across The Bay" [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 3 June 1940
HOTS . RITZ "Tle h ouse Across Thle Bay" A modern story with at strong dratmatic tlithime, "The House Across the Iltay," stprrlng George RIilt, Jloarn lennett aumi Lloyd Nolan, .contmlltlldcI a three tdays'. rn; at i te .Hosts tili 'fhleatre oit Friday. The film, i Walter' Waliger pro duction,, boasts . anl eXceptionally strblig cast, for, in addition to the principals, . such well-known altd popular ,screen personalities as Gladys George and Walter Pidgeotl figaure prqminently ih:the cast! George' Raft, whose dramriatic abil ity is fitmly established, hlis a itole matdd to meietsuae as a gapnbler whoi is ':dloible-croised by his lawyer, Lloyd Nolati, and searn to Alcatraz' for a terim of ten years. Raft has ap peied, iind sininlar parts pefore, but it is douhltful if he has made as gopd a:, job' of them as he. dio this one.. 'His:i Cestar, eJoan • Bennett, records yet'ainother.a comiapetent performnance as:.Raft's iLfe,. while' Lloyd: Nolan, wlio.'lias never been known' to give a i...
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 3 June 1940
Ancient andtu: Mbdeii :: Necromancy; Alias Mesmerism 'an'id Hypnotismi .De. nounced, - lwas 'the s ilbjectb ri,?'li. -all Churches of ChristSciepti?, on; Stin day. The Golden' Text-was ':?.'Singilito tile Lord, praise ye:the Lo ;id? :fortHe h1ath deliveredi thesodieotf thdie pool from the hand of evildoers: JeleJmilah 20 1I3. Among the :;Bible citatioiis comprising the Lessonil-Seidi od. w'ao the fol'owing 'Do: theynot eml:r that devise evil? Inut mercy andi truthshall be to them ,thiit devise .good.; P=o verbs 14:22. The folloi?liin?g passage" from thie Christilil? Scleiince;Textbook. "Scionce tnd '.JHa il:''1itjt ith Key- to the Scriptures," by .Maryi;? BieiEddy; was also included .'"Every mortal at some period, here. or: hieeafter; must grapple with and overcome the mortal helitf in a power oppitsed to" God." P. 569.
Gave Up Farms To Enlist [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 3 June 1940
Gav.e Up Farms STo Enlist I"Harry Peck,,of Tullamore, de :;clared that he would go to the viar. He closed his cafe and wine ,saloon and gave his 133i lorry to 'a friend. He ,told 1some-of his friends:-of. his intentioris and, a. party of ten arrived at Parkes on ithe' Iorry.on their way to Sydney, camp . aind. 'l? guerre.' " ,So says the,'Parkes Champion-Post, 1,hici ,adds:-. With hint was Teddy Waitts, of Trundle, who 'has just sown t1100 acres of,- wheat. Bill Gordon (Ti'Tundle), ::Victor. Erby (Trundle), Geoige. Watts'- (Trundle), Tpr. Ran +lalll:(Trundle Light Horse), and Le.: Whittle .'(Tullamore) ' also sacrificed .heir:.farms 'to 'oin the party. "'R.'Plevey. left his, profitable elec :rical business at Trundle to take hii ,lace on the lorry, and Bill McKle de. :iled ,that his management of the fullamore Hotel could be carried o(ut iy an older mlan. Sergt. Foster, of th'. tir Force, who had been spending hi:: eave in the district. Joined the lorry or the trip to Sydney."
DRIVE AT CROOKWELL Sale Of War Certificates [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 3 June 1940
DRIVE. AT CROOKWELL Sale Of War 'Certificahtes CI(OOKIVEl?, A committee, fort the piromotion 'of sales 'of: War. Savings. Certificates hi thc. Crookwlell: district has; beeen ai-', po:nted 'andr an. organisedl drive' will be made through, the; towni?l and, outlying centres to foste i the sale of certificates and the o',r mation of, groups. ? Country centres will be asked to co-operate with the cenitradl body `and it is anticipat'edl that' a ?wide;:net work of sub-committee?- will soon' be actively engaged. :Iquirie? regard ing the ;movemnen' ?f iiybe addressed to ; the -ho"norary? ?nsecretarry of, the. Croolkwell ;District' Wiar' Savings Cer tificates Sales Pio mitio?n Committee, Box 6(t, .Qrookwell?; ; : A request hasbeen forarded to the 'Fedreral ;-T'eas hrer;.:;'; Mr :..P. Spender for a i.rge -suiiily of' pros pectuises; ?and 'a: few 'of :these forms are aireadyJobtainable a?t th'e'banks' and post o6ffices thiro ugh'out:??tle ils-' trct. Ample.stocks of: certificates are on handi...
"SIAMESE" CHICKENS [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 3 June 1940
"SLAMESE" CHICKENS A black orpington egg set at Mr. Herb Moxan's , poultry yard at Bathurst, yielded "Siamese" chick-" ens, says the. Bathurst Times. One. of ;them, however, was only halt formed, but the other, which was' joined by a cord, is still alive after being, separated. Mr. Moxon, who is a poultry fancier, said this was the first time he had seen such a freak. The head andn neck of the second chicken were missing, but otherwise it appeared to. be properly formed, he said. .
Special Goulburn War Sale [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 3 June 1940
Special Goulburn War Sale OnrWednesday, July 10, the proceeds of everything sold will be paid into the patriotic funds. As the advertisement states, people will be asked to donate anything that walks or flies. Anything that .can be soldfor, money. will 'be accepted. ,Every' stock oowoven pig=;breeder,' .poultrry n , and do?, fanciei :within'. 30 miles riill be asked to: gise some thi' nig: Een w!orn-out race horses will be; welcomed Loads rof .fireoiood wil? ;be? easy to sell. : . ? The stock and, station agents aslk for the co-operation, and assistance ofteveryone: Goulburn, they poilt out, is still one of the places in New`South Wales of some importance.
From Everywhere Training Ex-Servicemen. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 3 June 1940
.From Everyw ler Training Ex-Servicemen. The anlnual congress of the Federi exective, of ' the. Returned Soldiers League decided tha, ex-seirvicener throughout Australia would be train ed to provide a home defence fore; A.I.F. Recruititg. . About 19,000 :A:I:.. troDops tare traininig .and'1(l iprocess:of :enilstteisj in: N.ewi SouNthi',AVales." Of 0 the 10,ioi actuallyiin cnmp,.'h900; belong, tr Is l8 Sevienth sDivisbion and: Coirps',Trioop aiudgs0 fa irereinftorcements fort?e Silth Divistion? " ' -eThi RA' : bCentiar l Recruiig Drive Corlnti ri.,ee-.staf?eid yesterda: ceiveda . ..? ,` 'Therlte in. the " ,01foit' ,"Nt .xair improvisation a night eventually? b 'needed htoi lr:ieet re lst difficulties thi Empire -Air Sclheme' would a:dhe'o tiu 'lie d aidsplaiiid iit least? a c lil August. The irrangenentss for'send1 ins , Australiin ai crews , ietsi?Ciii iTi Aauguist or ie:S tei btil?W r tsold oi be altered.' Ij' Show Criticismn. : : :. A siwrite :in' the Ganfton? Exanlner criticises ...
HOMEBUSH SALES [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 3 June 1940
i HOMEBUSH SALES: SSYDNEY ,:11ondiay WlnIcomb e ci'crsoi,?' td:; rep'ort: Tlierie''e 36;000:' sliheepd : ind laulis::on'ý offe iit Ho~ieibush l to-day. ( Liimbs. oer , p noe ticaiiily 'iiunchanged; and ;sheep 'oebc filly' ::ldoi;er1 On':it if hi the yai d? ?'good ,to im oline' co muintton maide C2d to 2hýd per'e poumii; we iietue *2zd to 3Old ^_hogoets', :l'd',to'd;' t ambis d1(1 to H?d' s u.k'2dlters ",(d to'lil;4. Goode t'=:inime:ewes. 9'T 2mo :niiths':woo :i 15dea'.l/ "to' C10/, latei slior 12/ to 1!;/1~y wetheis '.9. to .12 thoiiths'- a 0i1, 18/" to" 256/;'later shorni?. 11/ to 17/. lambs; 'let 'ssocle i ,'frs2/to 2t/ ' Fdi'2i2o1g"8 cattle?;values w.ree alem; -0001:(f1, 6 :llo;rime Ile7s/ , mto do;: 4/ tof'i t 3/, hlieifeis 17/ to 42/baokiilocs