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DEPARTMENT AND MICE [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 8 May 1940
DEPARTMENT AND MICE SYDNEY, ,Wednesday:' According' to :the Director of, Agriciulture;;:: i A. H. McDonald, alttliogUli tlioostifds: of wheat biigs halve ;been .?estroyed byr mice'.in the :wheet?itbelt theitdani ,age .to: grain hallt: been:very small:. He, ilded thart in.:tlie affected areas mnilliions oft, ilce ldad been destroyed ,but eiepoiots "indicated ?that?little :im presseionilud ,;been iiade 'oil 'hordes: ;':The oeffortse ::-::':tlihe 'Austi ailiai 'Wheitit B3oarnd, lihowever, in coonopeira tioi ,with ,,the 1)eipartment' d of. Ag$i' cuiltui e ' d been li dirdected not:o 'much 'at the delstruction 1.of ?' niice ias :to the - preservatioin otf ni6agg'e wheaLt stacks. , Mr. McDonald said that thore were still , nlly inillions? of inie 'in-',the paddocks.
T.P. FOR INCOME TAX Advantages And Disadvantages [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 8 May 1940
T.P. FORI INCOME TAX Advantages And Disadvantages SYDNEY, 'uesuday: P'rofessor I. A. Blandt, Professor.of Public Adniiliii tration atit the :University of Sydney, thinks thaiL, thete, would ble botlh id viantages and1 disadwiitagesn hi a sysu tion fort the piayinent; of Feder al:tand State " income .tax by ..cdmpulsory: in stalnientsi · Theli obviouiisladvantages of such a plaun;' ihe isaid, ,yesterday, "are thatil there -wouldt , oe ai: continuous :strieam: of ievenue :finom inconie tax, lristeadl of , large. patymentsi towads" the: enil of. the 'financial: year. It"would be 'of advantage to' the., taiiayer if, thee: could lie introducedisome system 'such as that'; ilinder."gioup insurance; by. iwhith deductions. wmould be' male of premiintis fi.otim: salaries month' by, "Oil. the'ot'e ind; the cost of .obl lecting in?talmentsi and of chliecking, would lie: compiaablee to that of: thn' collection of ::.tie wages . tax, and, at a tline wheii. economy in Government expenditure is ess...
SMALL MAJORITY FOR WORK Result Of Miners' Ballot In Northern Fields [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 8 May 1940
SMALL MAJORITY FOR WORK Result Of Miners' Ballot In Northern Fields SYDNEY, Wednesday: Total votes at aggregate meet ings of striking mineworkers on the northern coalfields yesterday showed a small niajority-about 200-in fav our of a return to work. The opinion at the Sydney Trades Hall now is that the strike is over, and that the men will resume work when the pits are reoliened. Union officials declared last night that miners on the western and southern fields, who will vote to-day, would not.attempt to continue the strike when the northern men, who, comprised half the mineworkers of the Common wealth, were so divided on the subject. The voting at yesterday's meetings: was:-Adainstown, return 500, against 205; Kurri Kurri, 900, 3:20; Belmont 153, 413; Cross Roads'302, 467;.Cess nock (no count made),- estimated ma jority' for continuance 250; in an aggregate' of 4000. The Prime Minister, Mr. Menzies, who agreed to: withhold until after the meetings the enforcement of regu lations fo...
MEMBERS' SALARIES Suggestion For Refunds [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 8 May 1940
MEMBERS' SALARIES Suggestion For Refunds SYDNEY, Wednesday: The sug gestioni that any members of Parlia ment who considered, themselves, to be overpaid mi?l;t hand a part of their salary back.to the Treasury was made in, the -'Legislative Assembly yesterday: .- :, Mr. Lee (U.A.P., Drunlnoyne), who raised the matter; referred to it ques tion last week by Mr. Turner (U.A:P., Gordon), who had asked the Premier, Mr.i Mair, whetherl colisilelratioi would be giveni to a rledaction of .members' salaries and, the abolition of State Parliaments... "In view-- of .that .question," asked Mr. Lee, "will, the ,Premier instruct the T Treasury trol: prepare an agree merit so that any. meihbers, or even Mhinisters can -assess themselves at theiri own valuiitioil, and, if they feel "they are .not eainilng the amount set aside for tlieli under the Parlianment ary Allowances Act,.oan refundl under some clause in" the iagregmeit the amount by which they thlink they are overpaid?"' "I do ,not tliii? tlhr...
RUNAWAY BUS Dash Across Street [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 8 May 1940
RUNA WA Y BUS 'i: Dash Across Street :Vhiloe u"indergoing repairs :nin: . a yaird: off:. Bradley- Street yesterday afternooah :'inotor blius.;ran. ofi;:a ramp, crosseld tlie str eet and mounted. the footpath, :wlihre it crashed into th':fenlce of.a' cottage: occupied .by M r.' G. ,Tuttlebee "., ,' . " ',:.':' :.It; is understoold :thdt the ,:driver;, V Mitchell, awas .working on ihe lhis; whicli operates -onil the ,Guarfield `ruii. As ?the big i'hicle left thek,rinip: it gathlie!ed slpeed aind, acco'rding 'to,;a eye-witness it ?wuvas triayelfilng about 20 :inilo0an hour by; the tine iot reach ed' Biadley Street, .which is about:25 yarlds'from the raiip ' ' SA:woihan :'walkiig. along the foot-. path' hlurriedly .-'jipod d aside a th bus s·vept past her. : :Th llerbing of the, footpath whlich thie bus maiiunted is near'ly twLo feet high: The'kerbing was badly damliged, and the fence of AIr. Tuttlebee's cot tage was practically torn down. The impact also slightly - damaged the feilce o...
679th State Lottery CITY SYNDICATES AGAIN SCOOP POOL Further Draw On Monday [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 8 May 1940
679th State Lottery CITY S YNDICA TES: AGAIN SCOOP POOL= Further Draw On. Monday SYDNEY, Wednesday: The 679th "State Lottery - drawn this morning, the first prize being won by the Seven' Syndicate, N. A. Wilson, 168 Castlereagh St:, Sydn'ey.. .. Second prize went to the "Win Healcy" Syndicate, Mrs. J..i P. BIastick, Mdira Crescent, Ran:dwick; third. to the "Ilucky May" S Syndicate, Mrs. W. Mitchell, "Bangor," 17 Storey .St t, iMar- - oubra; and foirth to the "Bloo;n erang" Sylticate, i. Clarke, G.P.O.; 'Sydney. . , : Lottery No. 680 will be draiwn 'en Monday morning.,: . '..: SFollowing ,werethe. pirize-winning numbers drawn,:oda.";., lst Prize £5': ' 24"9951:. 2nd.,Prize,, £1000 1" .. :86905-. 3rd Prize, ..`500 ::: 27019 4thl i P Irze, £3'0 . . 8750-. 10 PRIZES ??T £'100 2718 83711013 4 1231 .14.164,, 30951 80624 83097 916.72 96525: 10 PRIZES' AT £50 11369 28292:' 32534 41564 50396 52585 56929 77119%86976 96217 10 PRIZ ESA' £E40' :,, 1955 13088 162 12 :22991 ":25031: 30262 '41334-1...
Car Falls On Man Tragic Mishap In Garage [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 8 May 1940
Car Falls On Man Tragic Mishap In. Garage Tragic circumstances sur "rounded the death at, a private garage in. Cowper Street last night) of Arthur Foster Corn ford, 49, railway employee,. who was killed almost instantly' when his car, on which he was making:- mechanical 'adjust ments,'fell on his neck, pinning himr to the floor. ',Cornford; who was a well-known resident, of Goulburin, i'esided at 58. Cowper Street,'and- his car was kept in a igarage:. at the rear of nearby piremises occupied by Mr. C. J."Deam, a Goulburn postal employee, who dis covered the body on his return home about 10.40: p.m. Shortly, after :s p m. Co rnaord told his wif'e that he intended putting 'is some, waork . oni.his .car, and that Wva the last time `she saw hei husband. alive.. Oni,entering the',girkge, Corn. foid apparently removed both_ front wheels of the. ci and tivo jacais were placed underii- the front a.xle, appala ently; to ienable hinm? to" replace' the king pins: : . " . SLIDfFROM JACKS' Lyiig...
CROOKWELL HOSPITAL [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 8 May 1940
CROOKWELL :;Adinilsion la.to ,*nlr disclai'ges ifoiii *thei Disti.ictTIopital duringg last weekl wo'ei''-e-' ' AIlitissiolis ieMrD..' oop, Crbleo well ;*Masiir I.Coiby Roslyn i;:'tS Couniinis, LgginBai Miss>MADeniolo iTy]br's Flittflt Master B' i'Hear'i, T'i, ,nkyi Creek l;ilatstiT.'?.THedge? lilni'di lMi;ii.; ;.Hekrley'G;,:Graboetl Gullen, ;Mrs;' . Littl;e, R gby i V. Maberley, GiabbebGite.Gullii;i LlIr.f19 J;: McCabo 'iPonmeroby: Mraie:' 'i. ?Macmuley, *, Bfilida *; nRoidl ;M a.Mrs; *", J;'? .Tuckei.;' Crobklcll•; lIMstel.- L. Wbood's5 . - Dtschiiiages :'. Mr." S;BiBrl6ht, Blafiket Flat:.Mr; E'. G;Lnib, "aQg"i;i ; Mrs. E.i;Milrks,' Blggi;;: Mri 'EJ 3.' McCaue. Pobierov;, Miss 'B: IIowartili CrooK fweoll: M'r.: M. Hail;: icAlistor Master K. '!Cuioinilno, Laggaii: \llss J. Cum min',.. Crobkwell; Mrs. D. Cooper. Crookwell;. Master *M. Corby, Roolyn.
ROSEBERY RACES [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 8 May 1940
ROSEBERY RACES SYDNEY, Wednesday: Race results at Rosebery to-day were: HURDLE RACE PADALE .............. 1 Sal'atog .............. 2 Scratched: Ma ' Mort. 14.2 .HANDICAP. LADY GAY : :1 Daring.: : 3'. - 12 Scratchei: Ilatheon ?, F.:...LYING HANDblCAP?;,' " I yal':btoutine ...: . 2 ring Py:h .r v.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 8 May 1940
P oud Of Her ovely Skin IEi?.llEl 0. PIh?iP ES, ''I in quite proud of mly slin, which l now clear of horrible il u' los and tches," stiLcs Miss J. I: of leln0oa, N.S.W. "l'or Iwo .ye? sL? haveo Id attacks. of anai:nia; lily. compl ion wad pale,., pinilly: ? tl, ldtchote .Headachlesi.wer or tro lile some: I ..wasealways'tired ah;il , al? ing f? blood. '. il' iiid rl hi1d 1 sr?- 'io 1e1o1 ,ond ful .beni lt iriii~Di 1 1Viln l-ink ills, ad$li s ellih1.o llie ?i?se Pills. ter. 'si t "oio?; t ;; I I i never felto or ?.ookil0 "lhottei The lihnpl 'halve; cleaed. awaly, `" Ilitve a nill coldur.,fu ;.i'1 :l tek .0nlt1 gaineo s'o uclh i;vIgol i; 'hat ie itly I hik i 1 for. to :Lmi.los. an thu di(d not f l the `least.'hit tiredl" Ieo a lovcl;.. colourtful, bib ?ish less c pli)loi?516, high spirin ra 1 i l-l eshau ible vigour, you ileod It rich red b odl whichI Di. \Villiams'i ' 'ink I 'Plls l'ays .heli I.o create. Starlt Sow, .clear .away- skin blen1 llshci lnd 1?ii colour, filtness aIlndl yout...
"REMEMBER?" Romantic Team For Empire [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 8 May 1940
'REMEMBER.? Romantic Team... For EmpireK son with Lew Avyres iii J'mciiiei tier?" his . is tie (seiisOii's mii?i :lii ll?. itnd h tl'.tii el Si" il:tic tning of stars ,iln-i giny? Qd,,n'ly ' o"" mn* a ried"., lie i"t dity'' :,ýthilh' olictis i tcsl l i y'tity i dt h i - Ibye, ',ir Chips a;o.'a arch',,Jias .b1ei00 i?iade for a'stolry tilii? ':otil Irdvi6ij Mi ss Ga son's illcnio? o?if c tr.y' wol. as d i ;:.r' . It c: s fs otlo l ii'i oriigifial sto ry h:b' Coroy. !'oi'rl, 'iiatiionial inagiiazio 'wri tIr: itnl:? Nor?iii' 1 ? ZMo' Leod;, who iilso dllrhclcd .the filnii: Briglitly m,.ioderin ,;.with New opiij a is, a l lion. baci Bgoiiil, i I f s I i 'vt i tIn espei;lly fbr Tay.lor, Mi.s:,Ga' alid Ayrxs. Yh ile 'it. is hllig li'ilteoi v\illi spar'liigy diai iloueo aniia n?U?iiij i| comiedy situiailis, le:le,?t1 ti'e liict a i serious andil'. -wairilj ii. iniiani teiuio runining throutgh i . "',AST'l'ANI) IPUIUIOUS"'. ' . That murder ici licue vastly nlter-. taining will be prb~Ied iie...
RAY BOLGER AS "THE SCARECROW" [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 8 May 1940
RAY BOGER AS "'THE : SCARECROW" Scarecrow was really Doro thy's dearest friend in the' Land of Oz ... and he was such a lovable character, too. His body was made of straw and he flopped all. over. the place as he hippity ho'pped down the. Yellow Brick',Road, on his way to the ,Wizard,; to-.ask-h'im: for ,some brains'.: From' the: Metro - :.Goldwyn.:-" Mayer Technicolour p ',:production, "'The Wizard of :,Oz" iwith Jud G:.arland, .:Frank ''nMo' "gan, 'Bert Lahr, Jack: Haley and hundreds of others.,.
Broadcasting Programmes FOR TO-NIGHT 2FC [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 8 May 1940
iBroaccast ng =Programmes TORiTO NIýGH1 I..-. 2IFC *~' l t':0 .:10n 'lnoor Moinic. 7'.'0:- Newc. 7..16 ,t xirucig-or -Geralon 'Proong'inoio 7.:11 ,W'ho .Linden Tr119..5'_.4i :,Žationol .'(aik 0 O:. A1 iC: Light 'OpbcraL Cooiouny SA.0: .A'"Ra'dio 2Pioy ·'Sll: 'oeorge iilleF'noIo '(tenor): 093 'i News} 610:: 'nr2ioy h.:II1: 5Canborr Commnoentory. -104 O::.Ti D vid 0son's :D0nce :afld.:. 11i;5O ,;Neov0. 12.0: " 1.0,0 - -Musical' ,Savouriess- ,'G:3:ivl;tarloou 'Roport.O: ;0 4" Sporliig `Sdosioon A: Din. ner ,Music':7730:' T0 T . After. linner Show: 7.45: Blackouts. S. 0`SailooString Septel. 0:30:'National 'Militnr· l3annd: 9J.O:' OIIi Davidson's Bonid: ' F.2:'.1orever Engloand. 10 16: lIlecorulpul hli'eoturo. 10:uhi:7Nll''ci: . STT)4' 2'GNGO BURN, 'ro ;ITG=NIGHT S6.15: ''Thei=Slile: Club' Session. don rducted :"by .?Auntle ..Loln." 6;0: ' Dinne, Music ' it l'?r? ''.ho.' -Loue ,.t: ',r.' '6 45,"?? '. ',We tu? ln!'" ,.7(0: :' Ii.C.. Nows;1.71 20' 'fRltz'L'Sreei? News.. i.tlu tBeluey.? 'M,...
THE DEBATE [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 8 May 1940
THE DEBATE At the present, stage it does not look as if any good is going to come out of Norway. If things 'o as the Government in Britain is:olanning we will have the,same old crew in charge, giving us the result of the same old errors, made since 1931, as the Leadel of- the Opnositioi?'. Mr.'-!ttl'ek, points out. With the swing inotice able in the Daliy. Mail lin ublisih ing a Cabinet which. would have suited us, for all. the' names we' 'have mentioned. would have prominent posts in that. Cabinet; we had hopes that something in the nature of a wholesale recon struction of the Cabinet would have taken' place. Mr. Chamber lain's speech showed no sign of contrition, no admission of error. not the sliehtest recognition. of his own futility as a leader-and' -, no one would contend that a man who has lost what little faith one half of the nation had in him is a leader, any more than Mr. Nelson is to-day a leader on the, northern coalfields-in his speech was the same cjomplacency 'about ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 8 May 1940
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GYMKHANA FAILURE Statement By Retailers [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 8 May 1940
Statement By Retailers The following statement in reference to the gymkhana is made by the Retailers' Asso ciation: "It Is a thousand pities that the proposed gymkhana in aid of the Lord. .Mayol's Patriotic, Fund has had to be abandoned: but it is abstird to lay, thls at the door of the retail 'As .?'Mr. H ,I Williams very tightly. pointed .out ';at:rtile, meethin that camoto to:his: deision somoebody blundleiedi We. 'think it' wits til:. commnitteeo which madie :the blundeio because they 'shoiild lihave sought the oplinioi of. the:;,rethileis lbefore they iade n'da~ movi ilv n the matter." "''It s l very well foir Alderman Datrcy to say that 'suirely the council ,which trepresetited :the, municipality lad: iiot ;:have to seek the iews's of a: lobailbody..'It intist be agreed thaat the :bsiness cuiinuilty: i?: iiore 'coai cerneil: thinit ihiy dothert in the `qi es tion of','public?:h'olidays .attd" whlli stores should close~ ::? ::i.'.t . ivhias'only?in:: the- nis\ tlepfil spirit th...
THAT GYMKHANA [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 8 May 1940
THAT GYMKHANA The crash which has followed thg proposal to hold a gymkhana is. unfortunate-unfortunate for two reasons; first, that an effort which would have resulted in the raising of funds has gone by, the board and, secondly, the result, in itself,, is open to misconstruc ' tion, whi'ch other centres and out side critics quickly seized upon re garding the military and the showground. It can be argued by those critics that the same causes!, were operating in. both cases. As for the gymkhana, the failure was due, in the first case, because enough retailers did not fimake themselves. heard at the earlv stages of* the meetings of the Lord' Mayor's and Patriotic Fund Committee.i Had their ,voices been heard then the pre sent unfortunate nosition would not have arisen. That the retail ers have a good ground for pro testing against the easy manner in which their shops are closed up for them by people who are not concerned in retailing is true, and a little foresight and understand ing ...
MARULAN GOLF Stroke Competition [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 8 May 1940
M ARULAN, ,GOLF Stroke Competition MIARULAN: The Betterley Parku Golf Club held a: strokle com'peti lion over 18 holes on Sundthy last, the net scores also counting, a's tie . first stage of the MLcGregor l :'ophy, Except for a few showvers late: in the afternoon, the .weatiher coild'itions were ideal for play, )itho1iigh seyvral of the falirwayswere rather soft/aftter the recent rains. The winiler, A,.L. Iloare, played fali golf in registering a net score of. li9. : Scores:-A. L. Hoare. 79. 10 ,?; ? A T. Hoare, 195 24 71; W. Donohoe, 86S 1:I 73; .C. Smith, 87.10 77; L. D: Smith; 92 15 77; S. 1'Odkiil.95 15 81. Next Sunday it .is liboposedito hold a:n 18 holes Sta1bleford competition, the stroke scores of which will ..beO required to be kelit. anil will cotnt tis the second round of' the .M C:G"egor trolphy. The winner of this will be de cided by the ..best two of' thliee iet stroke scores. Players are riequestetl to ble .ii attendoance bdlore 2' 11.m.
HAROLD PARK TROTS Driver Suspended [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 8 May 1940
HAROLD PARK TROTS SDriver Suspended iV, Pclken, jun., a wnell-known L"rotting :driver, was susliended "for 12 iiontlis ati Harold -Park trots ..Th n?'to.w' ls fo??t found hiin guilty SCiiitent i'fil interference"' : to Valerie Machine; winner of the first divi`soii: ofthe TraLnmway -iHandicap. :':ickoni di ove :the Icond lliose;, Glenlivet ffwho 'was icatetin ly .?iiWek by.:Vloealrie Machine.. ; IThe slewir(ids reporteld- th it they.. iliftcidiiii into lo??i citie.ocf-llth iiiter i:cre?Ince, iet lniitift:h .V ealeric ,Mtachine anti- tiey;'-fi i d iil, ified thait it ' wi ts fii.ejltiohal on the paht of Picken. I.-lThey suispendld his driving license fo; 1'2 lnionllhs unller rule .17.1 :"Pidici?n i itteodn tt'6 aiieiil:, against the. siniision.. .'; r 'litni.aindicap 1 -1 1i r.LDivi tioi ..Rte -Ic lanme, scr;. 1. ; Tru Voyage ;:. scr.; 2; Spio'ilg :i ill, sc?i,_ S:.etting:" 2 Tiu'te Voyagce, 5-2 Spoitig L Sil, ' R ed Flame. "Hall length :lenglth iil:'?t -:half:' Tiome, 13.38." . . Se...
FOOTBALLERS' 2000 MILES [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 8 May 1940
FOOTBALLERS' 2000 MILES It is estimated that ihe Cowi'a footballers will travel 1i75 miles to p!lay in the Group Competition this season, and with the. two Maher Cull challenges, soime 2000 miles will be traversed before the season 'has, been concludedi. 3Both West Wyiilong and 'numut will have somewhat. similar distainces to travel, whilst-. teams situated closer- to the centre o.f the groupl will travel slightly. less.