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COLLEGES WILL TRAIN FITTERS Signs Of Activity On Entry Of Private Enterprise [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 3 June 1940
COLLEGES WILL IRAIN FITTERS Signs Of Activity On Entry Of Private Enterprise For some months now thbs journal has been in touch with the Federal Government regarding the possibility of utilising the Goulburn Technical College and the services of the Deputy-Registrar, Mr. P. Randall, as a centre for training Air Force fitters and mechanics. Mr. J. A. Perkins, upon representations from this jour nal, immediately got to work and endeavoured to move the authorities. ,Ir. Rlan:lhll hatd years of experience in the Woolwich Arsenal and during the Great War had ci:aige of a section of the Birm inghtlan Arsenal, and many of his students, somle of thell unemn ployed lnds of tile depression days, are already doing fine work in the Air Force. These facts were put before the Federal Government some, months ago, and there are now signs of.life coming from Canberra. As stated on Friday, the oMayor, Aid. Manion, sent a telegraim to the Minister for Air, Mr. Fairbairn. This has brought a satisfictor...
Red Cross Day At Randwick [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 3 June 1940
Red Cross Day At Randwick SYDNEY, Monday: A reconmen dption to suspend membership privil eies for Randwick racecourse at the Red Crobs meeting on Septem ber 21 will be considered by the committee this week. It is understood the majority .of members are prepared to pay their way to help the cause. Officials and many other workers will give their services free for tile occasion. The Minister for Supply, Sir Fredl erick Stewart, said last night that Australian production of some ilt liortant Items of equipllment had been delayed because Britain had urgently needed. machinery and materials ordered for Australia.
REFUGEE CHILDREN Appeal By Bishop Of Goulburn [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 3 June 1940
REFUGEE CHILDREN Appeal By Bishop Of Goulburn "There sl a 'rare oplportunity ri the' eople `1of this ~cluntiy' to:' giv? practical expressionrto the; deep enoi. tion sliired' up~: ?i''he :plligt 'ofi, thei refugees,' especially the children: of tihe invded countiles," said Bishop Burglnninas of,. Gilburn,: n 'in anl drless:ilfi. st.: Stiiour's Cathedral, last: cverl ng. BI3lshop lnrgniann said that there were thousands of.r ciilfdren for whiifl honies could be fouind in this country ::.'.'There -can?i. 'be ,inothIhg ,, miore .Christ like .thsn to .'give an oppor tunilty fr a full., and free.: lIfe.. to these little ones," saiil IBishop Buil mann, "undli let. us's hope: that in the not too distant future; soine of them inay be 'able to;iretiirn to their coun-i tries" to riebtild their .hoiies: ini a world which we trust we may .be able to make more secure for them, ourselves and for all people."
MECHANIC ARRESTED Charge Under Secrets Act [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 3 June 1940
MECHANIC . ARRESTEQ Charge Under Secrets Act CANBERRA, A'onday: Common wealth Police ofh Satui'day arrested a young man and cliarged him un.dei: the Secrets Sectidiio'oo thtie' s pi' Act. The man was George;j am?es Ciald well, 24, of Queanbeyau ei? electrical mechanic. '" '.. .' He later appea'red' eforeMr: C English, J.P., ' who :rerfiianded ''hhim until Tuesday, onfi 60.ý lilllX , :: The cirarge against iCrldwell- wB1.r "that on or about May ,23 1'1940;?.41 Queanrbeyan he, attiiipted to dcom*i munlcate informaiion iln hiis, posses: sion to other than the:.persons" lie was autlorised to, namely, Sharkey; an eJitor."
GOULBURN AND WAR FUND Money May Be Paid Into This Office [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 3 June 1940
WAR FUND o ney May Be Paid Into This Office With the approval of the Mayor, Aid. T. P. Manion, and executive of the Lord Mayor's Fund, the Goulburn Evening Post is opening at fund, proceeds from which will be paid into the Lord Mayor's Fund. The Post has many customers who call in at the offics, - a. d any subscription they may wish to give can be left at this , office. S :We particularly appeal to those who are prepared to make a monthly contribution to leave the money here each month. It will be promptly acknowledged as paid. Mr. L. O: Millar. has undertaken to pay £1/1/ a month. It has been said that Goulburn is lagging behind other centres in war gifts, and when comparisons are made possibly some such deductiocn can be made. Now is the time to alter: that. The Goulburn Post opens tili l irul with £10/10/i but other ainounts have Jbeien 'eceived. 'We particulaly implress upoi those who deslire tof: ay. i i s 5/ . nontlf; (who dseishe to ailke it ' i :egtilarsuml fo theli dturatio...
ALLEGED LARCENY No Evidence Is Offered [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 3 June 1940
ALLEGED * LARCENY No Evidence Is Offered Fraink Albert John I-Iunter, 27, .:appeared 6on r1emind at the Goul-t bulrn Police Cournt this". inorning, c: hiagetld ~ i:ti larceny ia a cleik. 4o :evidence '.is offered7lidiow 'evet iid ?ilthe defeiidait as dis ::'i:It : -had Been'i lleged by ;the: lpiose, cuIfoni thationi April 18 at Goulbiiin, Hiihter ':stolei: £ I10 ot'from the': .firmt . iJ 'Turner antiid::Ssq Pty Ltd., by whbrm he washe slth emlhyedm as -a. Sclerk. HI-unt ii s terep nted by Mr. W;: T : Blenhek, oflMiessis.t E.. F.' Thomas itaddi Breinnoek :while Mr. P" :J. :!Meyer;p, ofdMessrs. Meyer Na!ld: .Manfred; aplpearet i frote b Drosecu tion:l-vr ;M:i3y : yet hriefly:e atinouncei thlat, he had: ;been instructedi that.it wast:iot piropose1d to offer anyt evitd ence. :The defe.itant was accordingly dicliichaged "lide the, matter struck
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 3 June 1940
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TULLY PARK GOLF CLUB Mixed Foursomes 88 OFF THE STICK [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 3 June 1940
TULLY. PARK GOLF CLUB Mixed Foursomn:es 88 OFF THE STICK Mixed foursomlles wi?; iut'i at 'Tilly .Park on Szaturda, Safternoon. ' ," iA. LIansdtowne and Miss M. 1st.,,. gian established a i not?ecourse i'conrI of'88 off the stick-;: only'to be leateo by. one' stroke M by= :rMi.r'andl:: di is. I. 'Matthews for :.the 'besCt netl so.e, Results: , iR. Matthews and Mrs \.:a :?the!v,, 10.2 29 7.3; A. Laniisdownq anidl. .s M 'Laihdrigan,0 88i: 14' "7.4" ' T.1. tl o hnd Mrs.,Barne8§; 1,08 :30 `7 ; E,- Ball hanid: Mrs.I BaIll; 107 29:78; V.. CaU: bridge 'and Mrs:Lenhny,' 12 20 '2; C;;: Lawrence: antd Mi.is.: COtul s, 108 :26 82; R.: Greves 'til' irs., GreySes; 109 26? 83;-.J: Sum:th al:d Miss Howard, 103 :20, 83;i G;.M aI;l.l anid :Mrs.I Powell :101 .1 83; 1? ,Howell 'anid:.lrs:i Howell .?1J12 28 84 K. Robiison;and'li Mrs. Heat, 10 :;5 85; .:-D. Jurd s:.and :- Miss -Wilson, 122 35. 87 .;'. Hall and .Mrs, ,DGiny, .111 23.1.88; ,N: McDonald. a:!ld, Mh:r S.;Landrlgan i 112..24 88 ,.4 5; ;ur:,t. ...
Canterbury [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 3 June 1940
S: Canterbury Jumpers' Flat Race,I 'lP.m;;.- n. toon .Lasting .2, Kerry 'vay, ;l:&lt; -ting .:,i-4l Fentdo il,' 4, Sir- 1' .ai ho?, 6 ' L'asting;, Spearblne, !'Sa';ralo ;a, S:ai) Kerryl' Bay, .Trekstaer, 31' ]';t " v. Twivo and :aalf liigtha tl.wot lIe nLgth. Ti e, 2'25;- '"' £.r : : ' . ', ursery 'wiaDdicnapi' C.Oii,' ,!. ney~ : 1Tiniken ;2 Conust li , ,Flohtc 3.:IBetting':i5-4,Our'B;riify, 5-. Co .' stanrit.Chatter, 55?anylWity,. 8, -. I orai. 20Tlinken '2,0-33I. 'oi err. !l.il a length;, 'i al ne'gf h; :Trri.i;, l..1.I. F'iylng Hanlidcap -GOfinnii; 1m Cditor.E2: oiiarail 'I:Del l : 2 W?rJinipeg, I9- 2,Creditol;r5 '.^.l;, It' 8 Jazbeaau,,.Caesir;,1.4 Fo?irild;. 12-33 others?-' Half. lengthli,lfn.,a . :IAenlh. Tpime;, :13t i C(Co.urse rc6'). :r .c ji.Canterbury a IHandicalpi i 1E.. Biionny:Loch: ',Y'Mischie rf. 2', A;!ý; plejo 3.g:.Bettlinkg: 2 rMschlilef;,-' , 1.'o nny, oio;6ci.Herarde; 8 Anpi p:jo' 20( ot,!' ev. ,A lehgth;,ia:long headl.. ''Tlime 1.53' ' (courhise record)...
CRICKET Criterian Club Averages [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 3 June 1940
CRICKET Criterian :Club Averages Critriitan Cricket .Cibveraies .dor the 1939-40 seaiso we~re BATTING V '" urphy .-:113, 5: 1018. 84;8. -. Bowa yd' 13(' ;, 1127 ' I1i:; 18'4,:7 . DCaiia' ' . i 148x , 62 40 .C3 Cilli?el' I: 1 ? 1Cx 1"271,, 27.1 .Blay , .' ,8;~i '~1' 8. 22.5 WV hdirman '10' '92: 21.3 A: Aiso abatted:J : Shllrman '50, :inns. 6 3 igh ,15ti.5;: : Fitz ,b> iat 12 4 Ilylion0at 10.6 ';S pflrboruet : 1" it' 9.1 ;V WCooic, 1 'id n tei seorfl 2r372; riune at Bi.i OWLING, :0 It: W Avg. ". -,ihari:an 5m17 0 , 5' '10.1 - iriior .a ,?-:i . 8 35;1 1:i 27 ;Murlii'? - .' 54 ':53 ,10:. 35.3 .: H.' nilttc ' .'. : : "35 S80 5, 36 W.' Cook , 69 t333.. 9 ..7 .i:so bolvle A: om B$viian,0 'for- 140; H- Caldwell '0 fori'43;iy'B ; Ciilahn, :4' foi: "21?.1 L.'Bio d; 'forl38 ;';.:Haigh, 41. tfor. 06;' W.: Dav i?i0o -for,i . 9 ;: JFitz gibboni ftloriS9; -\ IHy?loi;1, ":1 for 14. 'Fielding ,pointait ,iis won asr follo'ws: T :Milrphy 4i tleJi:esI tzgibbon: 2, ' Calnaiin :1 ,,?:Blay.:y 1 and 'B ...
FLANDERS [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 3 June 1940
FLANDERS ,Tie amazing escape of most of' the British Expeditionary Force, in the light of events, is bleginning to partake of some thing of the nature of a miracle. The Secretary for the Dominions was not fulsome in what he had to say, but there could be de t cted'in his utterances a certain tense of thankfulness that this isfilitary operation had been alinost brought, at the time of his speaking, to a satisfactory con cluision. As an example of hero ism.and courage it stands out armong the greatest epics in the history of the Empire. The stories of' bravery, of unflinching ten acity in the face of terror such as the world has never before seen, have roused this country, and other countries where there is still a love of freedom left, to an .appreciation .of what is being done in Flanders. By all the rules of the war game the army should have surrendered. They hld gone to the aid of a country. vh'bse King had' called for them .iftier refusing to listen to what advice they could have...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 3 June 1940
PROFESSIONAL OPTICIAN OPTICIAN Optometrists and Opticians 'REGULARLY VISIT THIS DIS TRICT EVERY SI \ EEKS, and may. be consulted pers nally at the .,pQULBhITRt' II III GOUL : Go lbtr Hot ' Fri., 28thl Ine. t1 . CROO L n vellers, Fri jlh .ne to rp.m. TARAG,: Argyle Hotel, Monday, 15th July, 12 to, 4. DALTON: Dalton Hotel, Friday, 2nd Av',?-t. 12 to 1. GUNNING: Telegraph Hotel, Friday, 2nd August. 2 to 4. Goulburn Evening Post MONDAY, JUNE 3,; 1940.
OBITUARY MR. WILLIAM POLLARD [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 3 June 1940
OBiTUARY MR.. WILLIAM POLLA D _ The death' ocourred early: ` th 'i morning at' the: Golbhlburhn :istgict Hospital, where -he had. been ",patt uet for thei past: 'onth ;";,f. Mr. William Charl i :Pobllard o Auburn Street :". .: The late Mr:' Poliard" wih was in his seventy first year was a weil known , l?;.and r'es ectesd.residdnt ofb Gouihurn ,4,were 'he had ispent the whole of his'life excelpt for.a fe)v years spent:; at;i' Haililton (New eldest son of ithe liate: Mri and Mrs John Pollard, at one 'tilme identities of Gouilbuih, antil.in his youth assist ed' his .father- in" the conduct of a carrying busines,. - When a.:young man Mr. Pollard joined the Railway Department and ultimately became a passenger train guard. As 'guard of the Paper Train for about 20 years he was "well known to travellers between Sydney and Goulburn, and was regarded 'by the department as one of its moBt trusted employees. He retired about seven years ago wiith .more:thali 30, years' service to his credit; '...
VON LUCKNER [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 3 June 1940
VON LUCKNER Senator Major-General Brand states to-day that Count von Luckner was really a soy, and that the names of those who went to excesses in welcomin, him here have been taken. We are glad to hear it. We would elso reminnd Maior-General Brand that this journal was about the only one in Australia which took an uncompromising stand about Count von Luckner from the time e, the first mention of his arrival. There were one or two Commun q:t iournals which also spoke nut, but what they would have had to '-v hdrl the visit been made after the Russo-German Pact is a matter of conjecture, and must ever remain such.
VAULTED THE FENCE While Dog Race Was In Progress [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 3 June 1940
AVAULTED THE FENCE While Dog Race. Was InProgress :An unusual happening when the 1'ild in .ithe lrogressive. Stake was ieairing the finish at Saturday night's greyhound race meeti'ng could ?Lavei hndla 'se? sationial citiii. A .man w'as .seen. to vault over the out`side fe6nce and dart"'oiito tiihe iraetrack and as quickly turn; ju p, ithe ,fence?and'aklte off. Atithat "stage of t.he 'racekRapida was well' clear, 6f Speedy. Jamniesan haiidl the e;vent; in ,safe.kkeep ingi; The hird do ;1 lack. Drew 'wask.threc .length's:: belind.i 'the ?otheri'iitir ?'Ti incident t wa?is.6er v ifn a. :flsh,:h :the" general ;opinicdni?was: ithat .:*hc, intruder was either demented' of Ine?lia'ted.·'When ?lhe i 'reachd i the runtining?tr'ackthiepliaced dogs :wer past hins m and if ;hde'lh-d 'had any' intention of 'l terfe riin! with ? the 're: irTwo'' gsilopIers'[ Lady a Best iand "Speedy' Jamesw x tavily backed iin the rti?e ai'd' ',1oioi,!,m'6d di'twerre ay?lltable aiouit the remiiainader: f the run...
THE POST Enlisted Men Mark Time RECRUITING SYSTEM TO THE EDITOR [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 3 June 1940
THEPOST Enlisted Men :Mark Time>. RECRUITING -SYSTEM TO THE EDITOR Si r* What is wrong .with our re: ruilting'dorgahisatidii? I kifnow: or a'.fahct tifal 'maniy men biaveibeeni enlisted .for ~veeks .without being:.alled up. ;Tolday I heard, of two uttere ? i ho?' prsented tiiemselves .at' ld rec itiinr hentide :(not.t Goulburn) iand' eree told tat "thby w-ere not. ywiiiantd at ?predent-thi .in: face oi ,heouitcis? for tradesmen' for the Air ,Foice 'Whatiis wrong' ;If the Air Force. needs tradesmen w?iy i not' 3witch 'expeit joiners, who rire numerods,'' from ' ood :to steer? These nien- should be available much eairlier ..than, .nen who have' to ,be 'trinedlfi?m thei beginning,. which ap. dpearito belthe prene'i menthod. .Whlien I- joined the A.F. fori thelast ir eiVatir I hiid left Australian p hores i?esld'i?? aftei I hiid offered my'ser vicesNovii nimen iil it arid' ire told to:nvit 'aid they wiill' ii hseint for) i'n !e "'course:e nymen .iave hiear? l oi? je lso Firtheriore, ...
MEN AND MATERIALS Win Victories, Says Professor Black [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 3 June 1940
MEN AND •MATERIALS 'Win 'Victories, Says 'Professor:-Black ';No ,war was ever won by money nor ever will be" said Professor H. D. Black, M:Ec., speaking in Junee,. Speaking under the auspices of the Junee and Railway :Institute, .liao .essor .Black, who is a regular new. :ommentator over the national i;ta tions, chose as his subject "Financing 'ie War." 'Professor Black admitted that, hi intended to .look on the .war not it .erms of bloodshed and battles,.ýbu. as an economist on a sdieitllfic hi venture of .research. "Wars are v.on by men and:ma .tsriAl." said Professor..Black, "'won by the nation which .has more i;,en and more mrnaterial. 'No weight of serious financia' bungling will lose a war. It:may pro ang. it, but that's ,all. !'Whether the state be capitalist, Cominunist oi' Fascist, the' cost :o: things economically has to be assess ed by the cost of thing- .".... people have to forego. Hitler, when he came to power, itoan ;'e.s .n... menemployed in Germany. ti "Idle men. wh...
Broadcasting Programmes FOR TO-NIGHT 2FC [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 3 June 1940
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