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COUNTRY WEEK FOOTBALL Groups 8 and 9 To Play May 19 [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 8 May 1940
COUNTRY WEEK FOOTBALL Groups 8 and 9 To Play May 19 Groups 8 and 9 will meet at Cootamundra on May 191 ir th'e' first of,a series of Country Week matches. Advice .to this effect was before last. night's" meeting, o tl' Goulburli Rugby Football League. The" letter, whlich iwas sent by the Groupl 8 League to ir. Seiffelrt who is a member of the Group S'Selection Committed, stated th?at it had been suiggested thitt the Groul? S teaml be selected on tile night of May 12, after the Yass v. Quteanbeya i:itassy Ciuli iatchl. SGroup 'S players would :be required to play at Cootamundlra on May 19, Wagga. May 26, Goulburni June 2, Wollongong June 9, Cessnock Jilne 16, and Neowcastle 'June 17. No player who .was not prepared to go right, through the'? fiinal matches should be. considered in. the 'initial selections.' The teaiim:sould comlwnise 15 players- only... ", : :. ,' Commenting on"the letter, Mr. Seif fe:t said that as W\agga was not in the 'Country Week liseries he could not understain...
BLOOD TESTS [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 8 May 1940
JiLOOD 'I'FSTS 'The iuse of scihntific:heminicual tests to ildeterili?: intoxicatio.n of:drivers snld pledesti'ians '.hits siread to :Oi:e gon, U:S.?A according to reports re ceived by the N.R.M.A: Blood simnples" are :takenu'-ifroin the b0odies of traffic accident'victiins, homicides anid .uicidesui, tnd. in -,other cases where, iL diagnosis is not clear. In addition to .the: tests made from bodies, blood samples are now being submitted, from living defendants iin traffic cases through the State Police and local officials. In Klamath Falls. blood samples are taken by Ihe 'hbsician who. examines the -de fendant.
PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 8 May 1940
PERSONALi SMissi~ Edina rIiew returned to Gool. bui n;at ip weol-enid ofter: a" h?oliday spent lwith .-.Mis iLnla ,i 't roe, of nid Alwryon-gianlon" s o fice, l Aol, i.? W 11n hasthnne. . • d pointed school taliler at 13rn l ton atd Mailtniln Solitli Mr lp lttin °l°s fi1ner1ly staitioied tat fdowril. S0io1 tn' co.ninebinng ;hI1s'tnefss at tilhe weekly ;meeting` lst nui(* doe roinulitt ee aIt the- Goustlliul'n R OtbY Football League ob sedyed' a mintrth 50l1ne eas a ICrl of respect` for lh late. ',D. Englishl oecreta! y of MI''. T.HIlncksnui na .(1o otilhe 00libur hililway Dlitlrict PSiper!lneudor L clerilc star llals beenn lotified of ot0 apDbi nmlent to the General Piassengf and Freiglilt Agents' office. dney Hei will leave for Gydney 1in sbout a s'ooel's time.!
WOMAN STARTS RUGBY LEAGUE CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 8 May 1940
- WOMAN STARTS RUGBY LEAGUE CLUB A woman has siiar&lt;CI i lIhli'uy. LJ.Cg:lue Clul) lt Mlorven, in Grolup 1S. She is Mrs. L. Miurquart. A Mrs. Richardson was secretary of Coonamible two years Igo, but Mrs. .Marquart is the first woilan to start a Rugby League club in Now Soatlh :Wales, accordling to C.R.L.' officials.' She has imported flve playeors. They/ are: J"Yeochi and .J. D. McDermott (fErom H.Ienty), R. Gardiner and D., McKluley '(froinI. Holbrook) 'ad L. Marqilcurt ('trom Tarutita).' : Mar-: Iquirt is her son.' . . Mrs. Mairii1art's team will:.coip picto in ithe GCroup I3, Sptitherli Divi sion competition. , Rival clubs .will lie Allbury, Tarcutta andl: olblool.: Af?on ciiticising '.P. 30oaid, i1i M'. f,C. \V. Trescowlthi1?. at 'ai.meetirig.'o the Nari'ohnii e F. alnd S. Assocaltion, ,:ave niotice of Ihis inteition to niove thalt P.P. Boitrds: hlo abolished ..and their powers vested in Shire Councils. His pIroposl mot witll the support of )Jle meeting and will ble d...
Police Patrol The Coalfields [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 8 May 1940
Police ;Patrol-. The Coalfields : t was. learned lthis morlning that 4thq Goulburn police wireless -patrol Ieft: yesterday for special duty in"theO coalhfields area. :'Tlhe Diptlrol is. ini- c-harge of Con' stablesie Carey, and',Braldwln and lell Coidlburlnn about ',lildtlday yesterday. ecilliped i:?il all.lling'n gear. It will ,operate Iln theo Lithgow district and, although lits ::actial lduties are not disclosedl? lt': 1 iiderstood it will be called 'on: to, uIldertiake tIly e1m1ergencY work .require,'i a? ell. 'a routino traffic. duls. '.ils iis ?iot ?tl0 first time that t?o sanme: liatrol Ihas .been: ieqtrisitioned for' lieoial: elrvice :iil othier 1larl of tihe State?, Ltait yXenr it wi ll be re ceille:l it .was %, gnt 'to :: W?llongons olloi ingi the?le tbrbalc e of; waIl.
MARULAN NARROWLY Tennis Team Beats Bundanoon [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 8 May 1940
MARULAN NARROWLY Tennis Team Beats Bundanoon MARULANi A tam flon' the " Bimdulanoonl Tetiiis .,Club visitedC Miiiliu on. Sundiilay li?st mal met :the:Wiintlool Cliub "meillbers in a t friendly mnatch.: T ''h eitlieahr was inostly iei 'ad an'eijoy?ible diys tienii i' s sYpent poth :tedinis wei: :c ei-venly; n thed. mnd "t ie. wiuners rie cnot .deteliuiedl untilb lniost the i?lt stel.hinil been pviyed- Tihei viis ti;, vero eitenrtain d' by the Waiitibol Iidies.h . Scbres (Darulan plaeis bcilignicn, tionei i fst)':: - M en's Dolubles, I13ittci aitd E. Mu4r hy v 13 ldiffery mu G 13mllan (?4ii-,P ,2; . D ieifery anul G:. Balliril,;i 6-5 ".: : .R,.Murray andil Eifltinei-" ton v .e. iy f iii i ''arrituih, 64, "1lv Jeffery, and 13illhrdi 6ii: , 3-i . Lu "dies'' Dfubles:' ?lrs. 'Muirrqy i indi i s. litiuiiertonii :i rs. A., Iemtileti oli and Mrs ' G. Laindsildowie, 5-i;" V dirs. ianldsilowe and iills. . olis n thi ile, 5-6;, Mrs. liuiphy uid Mrs. C Mi Cartlly v. MIrs. Peniiierton ',and Mirs....
Derailment At Moss Vale [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 8 May 1940
Derailment At Moss Vale While engaged in shunting op erations in the railway yards at Moss Vale to-day, a locomotive be - came. derailed buit was placed back' on the line before any de-' ,lays to passenger traffic had re sulted. The accident 'oqcurred shortly after the engine lul 'behen .dletltched fronm • , goods train 'whidh left Goulblrn I'or 'l os Vale early this mornling Schedllled to 1returil to Cioulburn, tW elnine woos being ohulunted frono a siding, bult .tle rails were not set for ii anld it left the line.' No serious dainauge resunted and thd ,Goulbulrn. brenakdown creiv; whiOc was sentt to' the 'sceie as wsoon ai news of the; matter reached Goiulburn, promptly restored the engine to the 'irlls;. '" :, ' : '
APPLICATION REFUSED [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 8 May 1940
The Civil Aeronautics A uthority in America recently refused 'to grant a pilot's license to a Boston applican! because of his lengthy record of road traffic offences and suspensions and revocations of his driver's license. Despite Ibetter than average mechan ical skill, the applicant was cited for not d.ispliying the prop)er caution in operating aircraft.
COUNTRY TENNIS Crookwell Players In Form [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 8 May 1940
COUNTRY. TENNIS ,Crookwell Players In Form CROOKWO ELL: 'Teams repre segting the Crookwell 'Tennis Clhib were victorious in two mul tChes iplayed .ol Ule local courts overl the week-cond, Blalla being defeated .by 11 IlTarrow m"il rgill' of 18 e sets Ito li, whil ' B3indal w1as comfortably defetlied :ly 20 sets to -I. Scores in1:4 the -match agaiiitl3 Bialii wle,,-: ., ,.: Alen', uiitbl ,:,es : id: cd 'tas l . ton I -T a?ines iafli 13.. C; FP0tl;;: ' P. ,"iloi n iieit n? : tiy 2 Io'hponoii iln'l :D. Sr.auniil.or.siiies andi ''ost'er. !1i- v WVateir 'tLldiy itllali -3. v almeltiitors 111 ' llTanikey,' (, Ht,?lIl ',n. nd-: Heff'ernan. -1-6; :?A. -". !Iahllann 'iti1 WV. Pairkcr vt -illl' alifl :iAfterinail, t-6i, V C alliliers' aIt? i'cankeyl-' 6;ilv WVatersai Hlit 1-laliu 6-2 "v Illions :and FStPei' .-f; P. 'Mlurply: aud ,:V. Parlker 1; . V-ite.r anl .liati ?iei 6-i- ' ur _1.; ti t M 1( .1 P. i. t?login Chaillneii i l Ta l ltikey, - .v Iallau i n ad . I-Iefonan,.7.-9i , v W, .ters . i...
FOOTBALL ATTIRE [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 8 May 1940
lMornol ios of the good old Idays of football were awalkened by the attire ?t a player in the Australian 'Rules match at W?a'gga recently. He took the field' In a grey silk. shirt, long black trousers and grey snap-brim hat. And "though ho played in the ruck, not once dtlring the match was thoe hat tdisplaced.
On Wrong Side Negligence Caused Accident [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 8 May 1940
On Wrong Side Negligence Caused Accident Before Mr. M. J. Ryan, P.M., at the Queanbeyan Court of Petty, Sessions yesterday morning, James Southwell was charged with being drunk on . Sutton Road,' Queanbeyan, on April 20. A second charge of having driven a horse tand ari t negligently:. lad ctius. ing damage' to .a motort:vehicle iains atlso preferied aiwinst :lfendlnit; who pleaded guilty to bothl caiages. . : Constiilile Bi oille steited that ahbout i·,p.m. olt the daite imeiitianedl South: well : was drunk iin: hi?nvolved :inn an acpiderit near t':fii?: nteilrsectlion of Thlu'ltalily??Sticet a-nd l SUtton' Road lie "hal drlveiil !his Ihodisho'aiid l 'art on: the, r;igong hl?e 'of :'the o'ladt uih Wiils thbout to turn ' wheni' the collision ocedii?red.Soithlwdell's hoiase wasI killed anditlhe shafts of the cart irwere broken ianll the vehicle': was- turned aipsido down . i: Damtige wsfs done to the motoi lorry on, its offside mtadgaitird,' hlamp and winidscfi se.i: While: the glass...
Coal Strike Practically Over, Is View [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 8 May 1940
GCoal Strike Practically Over, Is View SYDNEY, Wednesday: lileet ilngs are being held to-day at Wollongong, Bulli, Helensburg and Medway in the south and Lithgow, Poriland and Kandos in the west to decide whether the men will resume work. The view is held that the strike 1i practically over. A: maijoity of 'between?:2410 and. 2't0 in favour of the resumption of work is. being adoIited by nortbern union officials as a result. of five aggro gate ineetings of the mine workers on the nor1thern' coalfields yesterdlay. Voting in tile soUith is expected to be fairly even., Indlications at`: Lithgow are that thei majority will vote in favour o11 ierminating the ttrouble. Out of 11,000 members of the Miners' Federation on the norlthern coalfliells between 4000 and 4500 did not record their votes at all.. Although i move is afoot in Coess nock 'to' havle ai second meeting calledl to secure a definite vote as toi tie majority. in -strike continuing it is majority in faLvour of the stnce con :t...
From Everywhere May Rainfall. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 8 May 1940
Fromn Everywherel May Rainfall. . One point of rain was riegistered during the ,alowel:s which' fell yes. teriday morniniig,' 'li.in'gi~n the May rainfalal to 8l pqlini'i:TlThis morning's minimum temperature ,wats II degrees, compared .ithi 1*JG *degriees yesterday. In the Sydoney 'Divorce Conurt Licy Mlay Keri (formely -Day) was grant. ed a decr ee ini ilii her imarriage with Alexandel Kierr 0o gi otiindsr'of deser. tion' aind cruelty; ;Thei:narrliage took place :iat 'Gotilburnl accoding :to the rites of tihe Presbytelrian Chirch. mpire Air .Schemie. ., S'ie next: Sydiney c?nlI for air crews under: thei' Empil.ii Air Scheme Wvill be for 55 pilots, six' observers, andi 19 air gunniers it tlie end of tils month: About 100. !iirciftmen have ibeen i-enlisted lthisi n'cek. ess Rie G(i;'oweis? . .T'he annual rice conference will be iheld at Leeton .this ?vceic to decide on the area' of :rice.tb: lib?. illotted as a nciaximllm durliin the coming se ason, It is worthiy of 'noe i?,i. the nu...
Holiday Is Not Wanted [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 8 May 1940
Holiday Is SNot : Waned I? 'rsue cretaiy of th li 6 l. ni?i .'i ra ch a .i f,,o . the .?:l0ord ? :.. Mazyor's Patriotic, aniih,, , ?,, Fu :.ndI Mr. .'. I) 1)'. ivies, li ?ilailc, lipilication i to the Chief Se,.Sccteary's Depahrtmcnt 'forthe (lde;plcndlnatfion of "theli' lpulic : Ifoll?day; gazetted for .Thursday,: '.' May 23. 'in -his ietter ,Mr. Davieos pointed out th'it in:vieow of opposition by the Goilbuirii :Retailers' 'Association the gymkhana, had been postponled .id It. was felt: thiit' o good service would resulti:froni. theo. diy beilg celeoiratedd .as a publicl holidty.. , F The holidit?ayhas, already, been gaz ette'dl.;by. the ,Governienitit 'nd it is tinknown' if-' the 'holiday can beo !de proehlinedil,.' It is .unoffcilally" stated that: tho Mayor, `after conferrling ,wIH ."ithe Town Clelrk yesterday; sent a tleie gram -'to the Chief Secretairy's Deo piartment ,rilatlve to IMr .,Davies request.
Price Of Milk Inquiry To Be Held [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 8 May 1940
Price f _ Milk Inquiry To Be Held SYDNEY, VWednesday: The.;o Premier,,~Mr. t.lMair, iannounced last liight that an inquliry vouldci. be held into the' distribution: costs- of milk, but' that:.Cabin et"p, had yet do dletermine the. form o f the injiqif :.' Mr. Mair's" definite' anouncement followed an earlier inidicatloni In the' Legislative Asseinbly estlerday tlhat an in'qluiry was being cooistiered.," Mr. Mair ;thel refrred,t to the 1war 'gin of 1/4 ia gallon between what the producer was paid for milk (1'/ a gallon), anild what thle consumer was charged (?t/ it galldn). - "I believe; there is, need ifol close investigatlon -into this mh1argin;" he saitd. ~i:. -r Althqugh the !Mill-lBoard had .'re comllmended in i?ncrease In the lprice to the consum'e~ of foui ihetice' a. gal. lon, said Mr:`2Iair, the Governmenti reserved the right to accept or reject the board's advice. He was sure that the Governmeit's.ddecisiin to irejecl the board's reconimeiilitatioit was fundameitally col;re...
HOYTS RITZ "Over The Moon" To-Night [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 8 May 1940
HOYTS RITZ "Over The Moon" To-Night. 0How a girl is lilctld frolii d:a 'til ~yrtkshire home to hecone a.soi~tl.y piliyglrl li v rth'. s illions" fCo.risttle .: ?. Ltheme'l of Alexastiade. Ibordi s techlil?'?' ; colour plrodtluction,: Ove; the' M ldon'" - s'tari'i ig .Aler:le .O,l e,i'c .lt;g I -pHRi9r-"" 'a ' rison,'.which is no'hdw lh'.tiHdyii : 'i 3 Tit, PThieatro.: ';- ". te . ';" .:- * ;. lii 1(1(1 tin ! to proviilog 'hrlili ouiitortainnient? ?lthe .llln;I:show?"..(l ?,.. :i? girl..wilth monleyis al wtys? iar, iiiid eslipeciilly When iali'it ,ill h llis .s to .be: Merle':Oliero ":O ;wholtiihiai . 1'tS,000,000.). Miss Oberon" loold . .e i clianting, the. .tech!nicolo!:ut.ý'ea out'-out eilhanlcingher niltiral bs ? tlya : ,. .I iei, co-sti,: lse'FH:irinsbti reifiefi beted for lhis polotfdflhitsiscef intt uhi Ciladel- ' plas"ts flte'io'r oflb' yotilg coiitry, ildocto is th eaie nd sit cerity Although i hle oves.: ane (Merle Obelon);', he. i:ofuses to p'rty to the gay ,c hallior:l in...
Stock Sale Keen Inquiry Rules [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 8 May 1940
St~ck Sale Keen Inquiry Rules :'. " Brisk co?ipetitfolit Iin lioojp-. il g' .yi ,.lthu' illcl.asoI . (leinlild:an Ie( Iiw..IlnlilV111 oiiie 'moIin tlhyi at. t;h'G 'i'i i, ,'Miiiiinilal Sale 1(ii 3 ' iteri y . 'il li the Goue-e ,"Urni'rn'h otllio. New Zea '. 'li n'If.'*-".]Joiul ..'"tld,:^ -'oi lercanti le,.-' .'Agenoye:*.Comy niy,o 'nILd., L con : d c(l oil- ' ""i i;u l :'ttal .loi 0 , stor . :'? ..? ~ t! :': .:, ' " ,' :?:,".i..,! . ? . " - 'ietyos fuii'. (010 h1 o titrlilL 1anld other s outsige districts, i:u chI d Oringe, Yosng and.Teniort, vies. ivith local' anld i oglibourihg?g district' growers loir th .Lh ii , shbcl ] Iel11Iie(,I i(ln.as1a' result' of th'e 'uoy3nilt toile, pria.ctieilly.ll lots.ot iofftr were sold at itctiil, w iln e little difficulty w?ota experienlced ill isposing of tile conl liiuratively few yyards which were passed in .during thl .progress of tile sale. All descriptions of slheet an(1 lln11bs were forwaird, the' y(ardlig includiig nmany lots of 0good you...
RUGBY CUPS IN BALANCE Only Four Clubs To Contest Competitions In Group 8 ONE TROPHY MAY GO [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 8 May 1940
RUGBY CUPS IN BALANCEI Only Four Clubs To Contest Competitions In Group 8 ONE TROPHY MAY GO As it is improbable that more than, four clubs-Canberra, Queanbeyan, Yass and Goul burn-will exercise challenges,: the prospects are that either the, Massy Cup or the Carr Cup will go out of play during the pre sent Rugby League season in Group 8. A statement nlolng these lines was mlade at the (:oulburnl IRugbly I'ootball League Colnllnt tee's Incett?g last night, wheIIn it was decided to issue n 'chlill lenge to Canberra to defend the Cair Cull at (:oulburn or Qucan eyanl .next Sunday. In explaliing the cup situation to. the meeting, the secretary, 'Mr. I: W. Seiffert, pointed- out: that the initihal-Carr Cup idrawv was to: have taken. place on Monday night last' but it: was found; that. there were only tvo. ' contenders-Canberra (holders) and Goulburn-as Quean beyan and Yassl were _scheduled .to nleet next Sunday. in a match for the lMassy Cup. To. complicate !nitters, the fol lowing four ...