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TABLE TOP (Copyright.) NEWSPAPER FEATURES LTD. PUBLISHED BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 8 May 1940
TABLE TOP Eden Phillpotts NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED BY FEATURESLTD. SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT A mluseum specimen "could ,not have been disillayed to blttei pur pose, for the fraglients, wVere set orderly and, sustained in plaice by the earth on which they'1 rested. Not a splinter of the ancient strlucture appearedl to be missingtlihough it had fallen apairt; the ribs were stranded.nanid the vertebrae itnd the fragmelcts 'of' ha nd n fdeet lay de tached, but they had not'scatteted, andm together indlicated tlie vainished body of an undersized, though heav ily built nian. The bones, ldespite tihe attritiomi of half. a century, were sturdy still and -of considerablle size. The skull shone silver bright and grinned up at them cheerfully. The eye-sockets Sank deep; the-doine was of at dead white, but still perfect and.so clean that every suture could b'e noted; the ivory iii the jaws had withered and spoke of aIge. There was a speck` of goldl in one hollow tooth. For a Imoment the tour stood silent ...
Norway's 150,000 Islands [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 8 May 1940
Norway's ,150,000 SIslands `.liii'o islatithi '.-"` · Do; lTherre ai 1aO0,00( of theni,i vary iing isiz4,e fromn rockIs big enouglif',or the eist. 0of' a sea-fowl, to 'Ilindo, in .the Lofotenii" groutp,. whicih hilas 8 7 slualre milesl 3 lAiyoie w lio hai': s iledi froim Spitz bIrgen, wiherio e Amunten set fi:tli to 'll; over. the ,bortlh.Pole to b:ergen, ,will roemember 'with' wondeoi the enil less pirdession of islands vithli their. windling passages. In suniiner a c:uls ing liner will sonietimes go through i.: passage aiardly inore thali double lier. ownwitlth lihut in winter no one iioultd (dlate to attempt': the voy'ag` without the assistance o0 a' hskilled Day after' dlay, a tourist liner, in norlmal times, of course, will slowly steani ipast andd amoig themn, calling' it:. Hatniterfest, which ldeals in fur, oBergein, with the 'biggest fish market fin the wor!d, and other plices.c They visit the glorious Norweglan liords, too; deeii arms oftihe sea runi tiltig inland fortmitle...
MORE MEN CALLED UP [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 8 May 1940
MORE MEN ; CALLED UP LONDON, Wednesday: Yugoslnvin is calling up more classes to reinforce the 300,000 troops guarding the Ital ian: and German frontiers, says the Zagreb coriespondent of the Associ ated Press., HIe adds that troop trains ire arriv ing at Lijubljana and Maribor, while trenches and tank barricades are be. ing constructed for miles behindl the permlanent .defences. Ovier 600.000 Yugoslavs are reported to be under arms. though Yugoslavin is not vet officially molbilised.
Mr. Chamberlain Explains Norwegian Failure To House Of Commons CAMPAIGN IS NOT YET FINISHED Only One Division Sent To Meet The Germans [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 8 May 1940
hamberlain Explains Norwegian Failure To House Of Comm nN BSHED Only One Division Sent To Meet The Germans LONDON, Tuesday: Amid Government cheers and Opposition interruptions, the Prime Minister, Mr. Chamber lain, in the House of Commons to-day defended the Government's conduct of the Norwegian campaign. There were a few ironical cries of "Resign" from the Op position benches, as well as "Who missed the bus"? The Prime Minister said that the Allies decided on the Trondheim expedition in response!to very urgent appeals from the Norwegians. "We knew that the aerodrome facilities were inadequate," he said, "but we decided to run the risk." lHe declared that he did- not wish to minimise the situa tion, but the withdrawal from Norway wvas certainly not com parable with the withdrawal from Gallipoli during the last war. , . Not much more than one division 'had' been concerned, and the losses had not been really great 'and no considerable quantities of , stores had been left behind. - Mr....
"U-BOAT 29" Wartime Drama For Hoyts Ritz [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 8 May 1940
"U-BOAT 29"" Wartime Drama Fore Hoyts Ritz i'he headliie. 'do)tI eto flaii-' Tlheatire screen ne.xt. riday, iith Coliumbia's U-BoaLt 29" inr"vid ingIn vivid ictuality it picture of wiirtini' England tlcsl.erately baittling enermy. splec an??dt sub-.. Stiiuringly drsimatic as "U-Boat 29" is, th, neu55vfilidi?as isranmarkable for its vivid chai icter'studios as it is for its actlhiontense narrative and breath tainglc,l beautiftil scenic, shots. Wi?th o0nrad Veidt; Valerie Hob son Laii'.'Sebastiani Shaw :featured, "'L'-Doati 29" 'brings to the 'screen' a story of world-wide significance, told, for the mo'st: part, in af out-of-the way. part if the world and concerned with only thiree major' ciiaracters. By thus limiting hiiimself in space and in treatmeit t director Michael Powell has achieved a vitality and an atmo sphere of significant disaster. Veldt is :seeni as an eienmy: sub mnarine commander whho leaves liid home port under sealed orders, only to learni that heissustni ake conta...
AMERICAN INTEREST Britain Now Means To Strike [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 8 May 1940
AMERICAN INTEREST Britain Now. .Means To Strike WASHIINGTON, Tuesday: Sell allor Key Pittalln, chairman of the 'oreign Ieliitions Commitl ie , llcmientlg oin the n(ew ldutiei s allotted..l to -11r. W\'inston Churichill, says thait it shoiws that the British Government.ili .tends -to tlake thei offensive lagainsi. (Gei?inlly. Admltil;itl Rlichardson,: Comnmander :il-Chief of the American Navy, hala stated that the Pacific Fleet will re .inain longer at Hawaii to carry out "urtller tactical manoeuvres. SNo. .statement Wias madelt when those manoeuvres would end.
THE POST Inquiry Was Refused "WHY" IS ASKED (TO THE EDITOR.) [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 8 May 1940
THE POST Inquiry Was Refused "WHY" IS ASKED (TO THE EDITOR;)?:.'; Sir.--The report thit t?t de:F'il. iovernmillent will:ndistgi'anti: thcre-I iluest of the Vyiloilln Grlaziers''As : ;ocntion .for. ii Tariff:, Bo'Srd inquiry 'nto the cost of :,ool produclt.lon; on ,he grounds thit"' iraziers '.in com ?mon with other sections ob, thle coin mnunity, shoui! .beair: the:'.additiotiali burdens of wOar: tinme' will 'cIriidse a ,good ii-dea!: ofq indigntiion '?wlherever, tie qiestion - is c.cleiarly: iiiunderstood. Srazieirs in comimmon with: fii other orimary Iproducers 0ie beaiiing,:i and will hear, more than :their fair sha re 'f tihe cost of :Australia's part in: the war (seeing tlhat extra cost aniid tax 'ltion., will be ,ultinmat.ely passed on to p1imary 1 pioducers) just, as the sons of primary :p10odue1 'Is 0ill bear, mto.le thlain- their shlare of.the brulntlof battle .when, the testing, time comes, for .the slimlie reason' tiauit coiuntry ,nlistments. are c' doulle those in the ci...
Stability Of Funeral Funds [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 8 May 1940
Stability Of Funeral Funds SYI)Nl':, Vednesday: The Chlifl Sece:airy's .Departient, which re ceolly .Investigated the financial posr tions of funeral f'unds, announced .o-day that iersons between SO antl )O hadl begn accepltedl by funds in Sydney guaranteenig to provide fun This followed criticism of the stno ility of some of the futieral funds in thie repot of the IRegistrar of Friendly Societies. ' ' The' l)epartitenot. takes the view lat 'ticecept very old persons as contributors weakens the stability ol' the fluil il.Uthit it threatens young er' cotitributors who. would be thervy losers ,tf the fund failed. Legislatioh to bring atll friendly societies ,undetr ,Goverilment control Ihas been lpromised Ih-" the State Treasurer, M?r.' Richardson, who is conferring witih ,the:. registrar of friendly societies. .,Mr. Riclhardson `-:explained Ithat there would. be no necessity. for tile the State' Government tol do so.
Bush Fire Brigade's Debts Yass Council Taken To Task [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 8 May 1940
Bush Fire Brigade s Debts Yass Council Taken To Task A special general meeting of the Yass .Bushfire. Brigade 'was held in the Memorial Hall. It was- one of the most -represent ative anrid largely attended meet ings of graziers held in Ya for some years, states the&'Tribune-' Courier.' ' :- * ' 'A letter from 1 Goodlradigbee Shire Council declining a subsidy of £lu00 which ;vas askedi for by the Brigadei iand refused at the last shire meet ing waSs tabled' 'aind read. Membem of the brigade dlid: not mince mttters in relplying to 'criticism t of tihe Yass organisation by some imenbers of .the council. , ' lin:ere were fifty .landowners pre sent and Mir. 'Toin Glover presideda. IMr. Bernie Grace alked what wasi ile finaincial position of hIlie brigade. Mr. Bridge, said thler iwrls a clotdit. .banklll balalnce of I£(12/1l/5. Tihley 'hail accounts rendol'red to them ol. £201/4/1,; added to whlichll wea;e th Bowning accoulns; -makltiig a total loCt £S.?5/11/\1, ;'aid. i' ^tlotal-...
BATTLESHIP v AEROPLANE [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 8 May 1940
BATTLESHIP,: . A:,:ERPLANE WASHINGT('ON. Tuesday: The sec. [reiur.p for the Navy, .Mr .Etlson, testi rvhing hefore the Senriate Naval Affl'airs Committfee,. said that :he was still convinced that the ;battleshlps were. aimP woiild hbe, for?yeir.s to-come, the bniokbone' of:Amneert' f? flist line of mnit'lonnaldefenice., i . .:I- exlFhirQsai the bninion that the DBiitlsh' floetl i"the Norwegian caim litan"i had beoeni insufficiently sup poi tedl i l' planes. .' . :; , r . .
Child's Fall Into Fire [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 8 May 1940
Child's F...all Into Fire i'l|it11)o Oi): : r i 'i e 'i s ing; I '-lii r' !" . flit .appears :a.tlie mother lofi thi ic' c'lld'er to i rup ei hboupiece of swooi fo; he fltire and w as only outsidetora' tow seconds i . 'whenhe gotji toi thwa:i e B ,opei y;o: cilndition tfor-atfnime h?tl is? i'fiow r":e eprl.e1d to "he mai lng progress-; towiiads
FLEXIBLE FINES [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 8 May 1940
The North London police magis trate'., after fining 'driversi exceedlng the '20 ':i.p.h. "speed limit £ 20, said therei was no chance of a man- going to prison for 'noi-payment 'of 'that shm, as he would hold an inquiry at the end of the mouth if the fine were not pai: to see how much the defend ant'could pay. ':
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 8 May 1940
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MENTAL DISEASES [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 8 May 1940
MENTAL DISEASES JA new scientific approach inow being made to the s'iti of dise;scs of the mind YA concerted 'tt'aclik on--` the problem of'derlmirii ? ngt? and 'ure 'of :deenti praecois : ii~gi:made in 3 .oerseas unilversittes "".' apd itns?ltmtions in 'iariousn :pai t??:'.;: ,:: thie coun tv. tA ecent report show. that in the last Syear more. than sigitific;ant findings have 'been abhieved by the 1'i co-opeoratiig scientists, and four new psychiatric researci centres have been developied.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 8 May 1940
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Dutch Cancel All Leave Fear Landing On Their Coast [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 8 May 1940
All Leave Fear Landing On Their Coast LONDON, Wednesday: The possibility of a German landing being attempted on th_ Dutch coast because the Al lied navies are mainly occupied elsewhere is being discussed in Holland and is considered to be responsible for the sud den cancellation of all leave in Holland to-day. Late last night all outgoing international telephone calls and teleprinter communications from Holland were suspended without explanation.. The Times Brussels correspondent states that Holland's actioni is he. lieved to 'be paiitly due1 to reports of increased, concentrations of Gelrman troops opposite' the proi inces of Cron ingen and Drents, and also to great military activity.' in HIamburg '?and other Germani North Sea. lioi'ts. The Belgians are convinced that the war will be v.on or lost in. the . west tand therelore are relieved that the Allies did not.become too deeply involved in Norway. An officicl' statement :in Amsterdam has described the cancellatidn of leave as 'a,...