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Infantry Tactical Exercise [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 3 June 1940
Infantry Tactical Exercise A week-end tactical exercihe ' 'ca'rried.out by the :3rd Iifantry ' ,Battallon proved ehtirely stic cessful. ' . :The Bungonia Road sub-statfon was hosen 'as 'he objective. ".Parachute., :roops had landed at dawn; and;. with,, he assistance of Fifth Column. 'gents, had captured the power .sta:. ion; An infantry platoon with a "ma'' bhlne-gun. sectibn attached .formedC li.de attacking force. .The macchirie.l 'un section opened fire froni 'a ?anges f 1800 yards from the region of Bax. ers' tannery. At zero-when the machine-gun:, :eased fire--the platoon, which had, been divided into three sections, noved in. all sections striking the,, rower station simultaneously. All enemy troopi -were rounded up and-. :aken piisoner.e A detaciheat 'of' motors was al.so attached to tile lilatoon,"but was not tused, as.this .action. would have dain iged the power statior. .. " - 'noen . '.. .,'ý u nderi the siipervision of Sit a:'s Gabll. The. bhitallon. personnel. 'irill-I...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 3 June 1940
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 3 June 1940
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 3 June 1940
ENTERTAINMENTS FOR ? " ký " i... .o P/ee" Glamorous! S . Tarifng! Romantic Season h Q.i Commences r lrvoplne Prinsltegps nt Speared with Noel Coward in "Ccnversatnion Piece" at His 'iajesty's, Loindon! in Autrali- d r "world A uo e ces ! a S HE sphrkling and senry Guisol music ei of the three Strauss'-Johann Senior, Joh and a distinguished d Oscar. MI/ ETROPOI iTAN. FILMS, the Plu s C olu 's oSus ensyerli lled Thre ill it , the fSurprise Picturoedf 1scri940 i A(Programme t li suitable for Ge'ld. E.) ,tralinsiois.who were captured ialses, d who A with PIERRE FRESNAY SHenry Guisol and a distinguished cast the Surprise Picture of 1910' 2 "FUGITIYE AT LARGE' with Jack Halt, Patricia Ellis. (Programme tot suitable for Gait. Ex.) the Stage of 'l(rTOIt I'HLAN" aind JACK DALEY, tto'Aus-' ttrlltns who were capturedl by the GJIAAle SI'PI), atnd who aw sasnsatlottal idventutes tn ttembers df the ALTMARK' PRISONERS OF WAR Hear thelr 'excitilng story of life aboartd the hellship andI Demonstrati...
MARKET PRICES [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 3 June 1940
P IMAR:EL PRIC;ES aThle..%A..istrallaO ri Wheat, `, Boar d's qiotations f Oi expoirt'?:hleat 'i:e Un altererl? to-day; OldO ulk lotIs :are nuoted at' ? d' libaggedo milleis' `partcels- at:4"/i,3'bushelitj: . : I' Prlces ',on ISussex t;Sreet to -day iVre'lotaoles,-Taptmlinla' £ 10 to ,11 eggs,.,new Id e 10 butter 1,;16 /2 ;rn'aIe','41/' to 5/ 'ctit'eeseiy 10 tot 1t:?,m/2 l`.u eyd: to 7d :oiilonos,: £10 : to'-£: 12';::,hat, vlheatei;'~4/ ion ten 4/6 to ] 5. , luderne /3 to.: 8:6 :ihay,' olten 5/3, lucerne 7:/6 to?S/l . :l y.lspecial arrangement 'leuter's W'orld Setvice itn tldltion to other sletlll sources of lliforlnation is uised IhI the onltlltillon of thie overseas itelligene ubl,lihed h h In ths issue llllald Ii tialti therein Inl Australia and New Zeahland are reservetl. Snell af iite cable news In this Issue aIs so lieaded a lltleell'l in .'Thle Tlimes" ind Is sent to this )lltper Ity slletial 1per mission. It shoulhl be tluldersltood thait allly opinions given are not those of...
Why Italy Must Fight Ansaldo Gives Two Reasons [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 3 June 1940
Why Italy Must Fight Ansaldo Gives Two Reasons ROME, Sunday: Signor Ansaldo, editor of the newspaper II Telegrafo, in a broadcast to the Italian troops, said that military preparations, begun last autumn had now reached a conclusive stage. He said it was impossible for a great nation'to stay out of the con flidt in' which. the fate. of :the con-' tinent wasi"being d decilded:'.: :; ';; We wouldli nobl ngi'ea he. a goreat nation if:iove. did inoti interveie,:'ii-' time he said The .secnil reasonOwas.that Italy^ had. achieved .ai? lpine 'rontiei the la, st wir;? , hadN' no secure t complete 'i ndepedenTe!'an'i-justice" in : the rledite ianen 'or.coloitalj realms , OMINOZUSMOiVE^;^ . LOND.ON. S ina .nious''weekj en(d moveIs In Italy tincid the' depat ure for Tiurin'o (Nor'tlh:wstl'tlaly)'of Crown Prince Umbei toi- Coiiinian d??i. in-Clhie :of .th e: niii r heri'o , area:' The Geriion A:mb'lssidnotlot 'Rol l (HIerr i voi i lckensen ~):saw;i;'ot at the railaJy stiatiitno . Ruoptotre' of ...
GERMANY WANTS MORE AIRMEN [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 3 June 1940
GERMANY WANTS MORE. AIRMEN '.ON)DON, Snlday: For the first tinic since the outbreak of war all; Germllan stations broad cnist ain ii·enlt alppeal to Geilanl' yoiitl: to cnlist in tile ilir force. "u?'air' force .'has provedh decis ively important, said the broAilcast: "Its' success lias been acheived by the spi'rilt aaiitlating' the pilots. We' thereifore call on, 'll youth's with ad vhentl:rous: :sirits to serve as .pilots, wirleess operatoirs and .gunners.
BRITAIN PREPARES Children Are Taken Away [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 3 June 1940
IBRITAIN PREPARES. bhidren .,,Are ,, ATaken Away L:':LONDON, Sunday: : Ninety-seven speciall traiis took ..47 000 children fronim theileastern couinties of Kent, rEse'ix -Suffolk. .and Norfol I to fthle iidlilands ani.d `esterli 'coiuntiles yes ": F: gh'. .thousandt children ?who h'h'adl jen mnovied' froni:.iiner.i areas: ifi London ii to astern countiesire rinow Tieing evacuated again °o iThese moves follow intessifisd it N air-laiiinh: threats niow tiaFtlti?Germlans haliv oltained ibases ,ji u isGacross the. Channel fro itns fi.g?g : ia;ný:r.?:. .. :Meian;whie?the athoiifi'esare con tiii iig : theirl dri6ieagainst ossible FifthColumn agentsn l3rti Twenict) 1111 of tinohe?30r sisters andi .:pltal I'rsEast -Londol vere ;Inte.l ed :>ir'his actfion followed ,sii? search of 'the l"hospital"aiid a he.hi-.affd's;belorng-. ingby?-:Scot and:Y Xar iieneri
COLD NIGHT WITH FROSTS [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 3 June 1940
COLD NIGHT WITH FROSTS Scotst n:'"d ?i:bl'ela iiid3: . iefly =noitlih fibomin'Jeriis Bay; some is?o'!-:? *o-iuoefeaettboridei ,theelsewherei ; mitoderaeitho te pe tues oitcld' ? aiosted:audlatchesotf nilst and fog i tieastern and outhern th areasi;' ?~o?tli to (-outh-east winds; fireshli on lithe coast. i'heIFoederal. Treasury continues to receive'"gifts 'aild 'ffeis of intdzest free loans to: assist,?.utialla's ii war eInee ffRoit They coie -ifrom all jections of the ?eople, i.aid ?uinge fromi small 's'ti~ns toni?rli'i.:li ouiiiBdsi of lipoulnds.
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 3 June 1940
FUNERAL 'H-IfE Relatives'andFriends of MtS. WI LIAM, POLI?A RD and Feu ily are ad ised to atte 1d the Funera of her d irly beloved Husband iad their lther, whilchwill leave Cr, g's "Io-nmo row (Tues3a'y) Afternool at 3 o'cl ck for the jPresbyterian Gen feral Cemetery, Goulbuin. R. Sidney Craig, Funeral Directors. IN MEMORIAM H-lARl ICK.-Treasured memories of ir darling daughlter, Ell, whS fell asleep on 3rd J ne, 1938. / 'Tis n t the tears at' tie moment shed lTh tell of a heart .that is torn, But t e loneliness o.l after years An the sadness s/lently born. Si( l ly missed by ler mother. a1:d fathe . HIARI WICK---Treaiired memorl of hur darling sister Ella, who fll ash ep June 3,.1p.38. Deep ln our hearts pt memory is kcpli Of on we loved and will nevei, forget Ins rted by her loving slster Midg brother Jim and Bill. 1 i-IAR WICK-Treasured memorles of ny dear sister Ella, who fell asl ep June3, 1 38. Too ( earlyloved to ever be forgotten Ins rted by hlr loving sister Dorot '. I-IAR ...
GOULBURN WINS AT YASS Fine Performance By Weakened Team [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 3 June 1940
GOULBURN WINS AT YASS Fine Performance By Weakened Team plltting up a surprising perform ance against cYass at Yass yesterday, a. Goulburln Rugby League team, ilnull many regulalr.mncmbers of tiLhe eP. side, won a meriltorious victory by 11 poinlts to 10. Such players as Bmrdbury, Cambridge, Stubbs. Godl rBY, White, R. Sharmnan ln Cavan oukh did not make the trip, but the substitutes played so well, that the Reds snatched a great wlii as. the final bell rang. A report of: tlie aatch will appear to, morrow. At Queanbeyan yesteiatlay the homne team was leading Canbe'ra by 12 points to 9 when the latter; iale walkedl off the field. No6ilethils n?io to bhand. sOUTH TEAMSI CHOSEN As a result of yesterd?y's ?'-goi trial at Rugby League 'Pit'lliB' fol liviing team-was s8lectel to;reprlii bdht Southerl aRid South:?iCostaDitD - iticts anganst: \de?teirns DIiicts. at? 1Vpllongollg naext, Stinday,:3 .IIlong bottom (Mt. KIombli) 'i,;Y Pafittohn (b11. Kemnbla),: KI Wilison (?ollo :ong), R. Willi...
SCARLET FEVER Four More Cases Admitted [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 3 June 1940
SCARLET FEVER FEVER Four More?Cases Admitted 1Four: persons ;who .were- pumitted to the ;District ;HoSpital over the week-end .suffering. from1 scarlet fever bring the: present ,total of admissionis to *29, one of the highest numbers' .reached during .the' eight plonths-.the epideihic'l hs beien'irag ing. Included in, the admissions i during the :wdek-end: was a five yeiarild. boy frolm .Gunnning. 'About; a-wepk "igo 'a sunning resident was also .adinitted. to the institiition supiosedly "uffer "ng from scarlet fever;ibut ssibsequent examination revealed "that he'itwas troubled with an infected throbt, and .he was allowed ,to: leaie the. hospital i few days later Three other ,persons, -who were idmitted ove ::thd il 3! k,'4id; nare loc-il residents., ' , . Since the outbreak mnade its -ap pearance iin ;'t's ;present, fonim, five emlloyees.of. Keilinore"Mental Hos pital have contracteddi the cojiplaint. -f this number, four were tfirses. I eriodical :outbreaks are. reported at, he -D...
Children Yield To Soldiers [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 3 June 1940
Children Yield To Soldiers ::.LONDON, Sinday: Whedn 50.000 Shildrenl in .97E special: trainis -evacu ilited the towns:on theeast and south eabst coasts .to-day lfor. the. midlands. i:'d iW estern: counties; soldiers took: ritheir plices ii: the pltygrou iids which wlwe . transforimed ,into. hlttlegioimt!s s aR iirechlatioli. iga~iinst i inasion. Ovor l?,000o chililrn,:iii. the Gre4aer I olidon, area .:rdegist~i; ed. thlro ghout ' lie.'we'dl-end' uile' r .tie Goveri'iment's 'second evacuatloi secheme .:iid they will shol tly. be 'i? raftedl into it siaer 'I] 'emii.n?' aniidpathos ofw ar :. erel illuititrateil at oie o raillay eintion -n the south-baitlcost-ot -when the British aid' Freicli- soldifers witli the mud ofFlanders :oio.. their solillers- .asic(I through the siinel gates' is thei evac S; stilg" chilldren, They :iw lere unishvein alild grimy, i soinme. of tlem.- totterii g from fat-.igue, blut they rLiseod lihe;r 'weiy' arms' as gestures of grsetisie and- farewell to the chi...
Brand On Von Luckner [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 3 June 1940
Brand On. Von Luckner . ELBOURNE, . ond.ay: '"Count Felix von Lucliter', alitho ugh -a cu. ageous seaman ali nd,'a fiinegentlehaii at"Ttilnes,;': as' reallv"'a Nazi spy '. Senatou, MahIjoi-i·neialBiaiid Msild this ait: Chieltenham. '-ils dli iesiiarties it Dari linglilr1i t and lCingis Cross. , were very in toest log, ? the)Seiinators: ilded:.! =.? " o; :¢ '8 inltd?restlng :',th at"?.it i tell t?aieo?, offIcers gotlite iianies alida ldildrssoe Most 'of:'those~ pople aer.:ni?. i, coiicentratiso aompisiip*s.. Senator 13:rBand said that the Intel ligen ce'Serirvlce:'-ctlng'?:'t li' aidvice ` of Briltal, kept a strlict:ite oii yo Siuckei'?i. n:oveients'Wii leff !l hie .was iii AustralIai ' ;;
Answer Is No Battle For Calais [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 3 June 1940
Answer Is No Battle For Calais LONDON, Sunday: "The answer is no," was the reply of the British Commandant at Calais citadel to the German demand to surrender, accord ing to the German press, which surprisingly pays tribute to the British Expeditionary Force, The French military spokesman sail: "Among numny dramantic epi sodes, of the campaign, of northern ranice:':thY' defence of tle ,citadel at C'alais 's one of the most out standing. S.n Allied: detachmnent conlposed nainily.: of Brltishers wilthdirew be hind tihe'old -walls $'of? the ;citadel. aftgr defending the tdowni and port, step by stepl, d n etl nsvow holding off greastly.supel oi Gerl. ', forces "The `little .galison. is till'T being: iprvis!onedl by.?arachute "i ndstl? ported by: the Airl Fprce.' "The wall' of. tihe citadel :aie stil. strong,. but ..the fort. has.. not b-een nodlernised. S.. ( ?letaIl: of tli.' heroic. ile uceill have ,:'leac di' he l' ilnfi firy cil;eulk' becauii se o galrr? . 'i Son' is cni ill y ',1u...
PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 3 June 1940
PE: Si.NAI -Mris. PF:i I. Sdlffert of 'Sierm Street; is'la "patlietnt at the DiU3d0 Hospital?' ' : SMr '.P MIatson o0 21 Aibun l Street S.ii. patient'at St. John of,: d Constablt?1e M ay; of Otiintnig, a visitor :b ? Gotilbitfln to-lday. M. J .. McDo.nlaldl,, or LIn.. ',e •Estate, , riiiigoi i oa.;o Oiil. ,as' ilItt to :thl0e DistletH iopidtral st"the lek. .i 11 is, ?.6 Dorot li'h.:.'Cdn ronford ':, Shreet, Eastt Gou i lin, : .hns receid tian a:? politrnmetO to thllo Educlti Depaitnientanld left Go.'oihilbui'iit night by?; oexpi ss r 'M illrala,' de -Lieut: Colon?iel A.'.' Pal ,C. D.:I C1, :Coiisiiiailiti? Officer :o51 ii.d! Battialion?:retnllned to; Caib last Mtieel. ColonellPatol 1as0( init t'of :Ilie?:Pinco:of. Wales W iil tl ,S, ney; foi 01i1oni0 eeklts;' yihrdli,:ih ;:hPelt ? ?: Ol? iltgh.it ,co escl g ;' t::i:p l ' .e 1: li;;. ou0 ta,, is. ' °'Ii .uee is to' ;losoe .Its Maiyor DrJ GC :?rWeaver: 'S lo :imoinths 1e5Jt offOreid -shl'ssetices .ivith" tile Ae&11 Medical Cor...
TRIBUTE PAID TO KINDERGARTEN [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 3 June 1940
TRIBUTE PAID TO KINDERGARTt i SYDNE;Y, MoITidav: The PolCC e?e pai mont infornrmed thoe Cinergar'd e Uidon:t'oftN.S.W.t..lat. no child b' liai',iattnded kindergarten l'di?tiert a!ipeared lbeforie tile Police Court. "It was tatedl that discillilne, cleae lllnes tinutl good lihabit were dev'OlPel among 1500 children, who were c fboi ,each year in the unlol'C 10 "I' d?lgaLtro and nursll ery schools.
"FOUR-FIFTHS OF OUR MEN HAVE BEEN SAVED" SPIRIT OF B.E.F. HAS WON THROUGH SAYS EDEN Appeal Is Made To Nation "WE MUST WORK AS WE HAVE NEVER WORKED BEFORE" [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 3 June 1940
"FOUR-FIFTHS OF OUR SME HAVE VBEEN SAVED" Mr. Eden Appeal Is Maae To Nation "WE MUST WOrRK AS WE HAVE NEVER WORKED BEFORE" LONDON, Sunday: "We have saved over four-fifths of the British Expeditionary Force which the Germans claim to have encircled. We have also brought off from Dutkirk tens of thousands of French soldiers," declared the Minis ter for War, Mr. Anthony Eden, in a world broadcast to night. i : He concluded his speech with . call to the nation to work as they' had never worked before. Referring to the great battle of the ports which has been raging' for the past three weeks he said: "Germany has made a great strateg-, ical gain-the loss to us in equipment and material has been heavy. "The effort is not ended. Four days ago not one of us would have dared to hope that the isolated Allied Aimies would have fought their way through the bottle-neck to the coast. "It is 'the spirit of the B.E.F. that has won through. "These men have marched a hundred miles. They have fought c...