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BYRNE—SKILLEN [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 9 May 1940

S::':BYRNE~- SKILLEN .. The weddiiig tookL pilce at 'St. Pat rick s" CthliiJid'C Chuich Blisalohg, of Joyce Mlay -eldest. daughtei of .Mr. and, Irs.s .? Slkillei., of :'Irriwilbyn, Ilinalohg .to eIsili?';h ffi~rles l3yrne, ti;i son sof .Mir ani:d rs. J. T:, Byrnle, f Walga ;Tomliov, 1Bitald?ood. Joan anld Mirie Skillens sisteis of the bride, were s bridesnld's. Miss Pat ricia;.Murphy, of Sydney a cousin of the:lidrlilo' flocweri,'girl; andl Master Fla'iik Bfyrnde was pagei 'boy. alr. Eri.nest McDermbott, ..of lraidwood, was bes't a.li?a.tinidfMfr. Kevin iSmith grootsnuins : R e'. 'FI. Cahill offici ated The r?ception was lielld at'the home of the bride's mother. The lioneyiioi '. villb heslpent oii a tour of the.South. Coa?st:and, Sydiney. The futuie honie iill hbeo st t'Waggn.

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Weddings BOOTH—STEVENSON [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 9 May 1940

Weddings I")': BOOTH--STEVENSON berral;, o n.Sa u i;' ?,1,r-ii 1"2.7: Clai.icce Mr. Stevqnson andi theifath fr.. CStevbnso of Epig ,wvas-miri.ieid to Mir. Colnt T. l3oot destison f MIr. and, Mrs: H.J. Boot f 'Willow "frove fCundai'ib' hehyIride, w ho wasyivynawayy her elhest'brother, MrHiid Stevenson" wore divory sai 'dcrried a bouq2uet of fraingi pann ii?a': ii'befoses :ie "tvwas .h at tended i?;y hel. youtinger nister, Miss Alice Stevenson, who wore Ilue lace: anid carried a bhouqueto:~. blue ildel phinhims iand piink ca?rnatlonis? The best;man ,i aas Mr Lloyd : Boo?h biro ther: of ;.the- bridegro-ni ? 'lPhen cere: mony: was :erfo med 1by? Rev. Fr, Toomey. The reception was .held at the, Hotel Canberra, and late? iat the home 'of ,;r I.andi 'Mrs .Sanders, Franklini Stieet :Eorresi: The guests, sorhme 3 0 in number. wdere : rebeived by :irs: Stveinsoni i:who wdore wine binsemble ai'd ,shoulder' s'pray of frangipaniii, :She "was , assisted by Mi's Booth who wore a green angora isuit...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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GREER GARSON "Remember?" For The Empire [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 9 May 1940

-GREER ; GARS ON '"Reineinhber?"For I The Empire The fact that inotion picdture eo perts disagree on'thle quhlity' resph:. sil~1 for Grecr' Girson's-:. sudden screen success following he i'.Mis. Cehips" role. is believed to Iho the rend reason Why tihe star to-diy' i e6i.n sidered' 6oe oof the host ari'estin? new-comers .iow before Hbllyw!ood movie cameras. A variety of interesting i-eplies were obtained in an analytical poll of Miss Garsoh's talents and assets taken among those who worked with her in filming "Rememnber?" tihe picture co-starring her with Robert Taylor, which opens on Saturday at the Empire Theatre. IHer restlaint is one of. her out. standing qualities, in the opinion 'o Nornlman McLeod, Who directed "Re member?" Camoraman George Fol soey contributes Imuch of Miss Grir son's appeal to her slmile. "It is warnm, natural, spontaneous and pholitographically appealing," he - de dlares. . iln "RIelteinmher?" her f'ist Amerl: call film. Miss Garson displays snime of these ...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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BUNGENDORE WAR FUND Enthusiastic Meeting Held [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 9 May 1940

BUNGENDORE .WAR FUND Enthusiastic Meeting Held A vAyera larie/rcp$,qent , and enthusiastic mnetiinfwa r -;ently;elield i thiie "Schooi of' * Arts, Blungenidore, 'in' 'connlctlon. with tetli?et d?ive for.t fihnd. i , a iiid of:the Lord Miyoi's Pittiiotl-id. m;id Cbotifoit'L o 'finrund. '': . ,": '. :d : * It dwa'silecidedl" to.: hIold a ?'lhall' oii Fridiy;-' May ;24t': r'cedsan'aid ioris' the ." followilig d-dy--Satur]a-'i nidl ai juvcillet.,aildoradultsi'dancemv'ilh 'cribbage ':anid euclhre, :ti: follow at: G e Gone'nala"pits, 'ac iand il dance committe - wee e£e forimied iinl i i-' inlended to ':ilkB the coil"nbii'cd e: torts realise a very lai'ge slin' o?o iino1 i"ii', keleiig ,withl'i th;B.lun geiin (dore0 distrlict' s-/i itepei'i i 10iot' ,flo i:t? such os this" Tlhe "followiig well-lkniowni'locail peopiile will. condluct stalls: Mrs: T. Rutledge ai tMr;il F. S , JB. S. F'allkler, luniclieon 'and, afteiinobonthiiile;' ~"i r8t's Robertsdni and. Mrs: T,'aylori;.'bduce; Ml..: . HI...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Woollen Skirt [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 9 May 1940

:;:Woollen Skirt Circular is the extremnely full grey wool skirt of this suit worn by Virginia Bruce. Metro-Gold wyn-Mayer actress. The short jacket is of black, grey and white tweed over a fuchsia wool blouse; hat and ptir.e -_ fuchsia suede.

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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Motor Cycle Rider Injured In Collision [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 9 May 1940

Mofor Cycle Rider Injured In Collision r.ivate Chitrles T..Murphyt pit thei i ber or the setl'f d'i the Ti d i?Mal'ilitary College, Du0itroofic \iasirdlisit'otd to Oanberra I-IospltalO ?:tu sdeyil "night with conmio'd f:arhdifi:te o: b t:' right thigh and cleft atkilkl, as i"t\l' as severe abrasions. - urlthy wits tiditiln a tuetor c dle along Nortlibothirld: Aven?ue: iti: the dil'ect.iti o1t Civic bentt:e abdout 5;b. p.m. whe ho cbllideld withli a.dtol cur drivetn by ItMr F:D; ir.tWatellhouse, of l1raddon Flats, 13 raddoit. The tcciidentt occurred tn6eatl: the tmiddle of the ilttersectlont of Cooi yong Street antd Northboul:lre Avtenue. The cycle struck, the off side :Iun ning board of the calnwtlth consider-. ablc force, the Itodywotvrl beisnt denitted tndi the window glasss sh~atteretd:... It was obvious thiti M.irttphy waas soirously ilnjured 'and; lDl:. :Ioys lackai l l atld D r '.. ? - W .: Ml oliahan rentderetd first aid .itt' tho::;ie'dwty, ;titer which the parient twas-take...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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ST. ANDREW'S Heating System Dedicated [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 9 May 1940

' ST. ANDREW'S HIeating System SDedicated '...;n the prescncee o0 aIarge congregation,: nmongi whl, Wtot we' Ie :ipresentatives or tlie G.oulnlhrn.' ..Clty, Council uand the Goulbtiin.. :.Gis aildl Cokle Co., the recentl"l;i installed' i gas, ' e'htinoj 'isytenin ias ,edicthiii to tAnliilioew's iPr; toesbl i:orlilit ei on !S t'ldlai . S1. i'.F Jennioil, the Sessloni Cleric onil . Ya'lor the ig'rgati o. iisied tliqRv. S. RUssell Sdcott :to iccept hoc htil? 53 ystBeif,- whlichi liiai'ked te tll fallnsatoi on. i"tifi' il oiireIe o the Congifti iit io o tlOt!rititir t. hriy 'muitulrn thlietev . ,lnseeii-ott, w o;us ce'ds tuli gifta itiit:lihlilf oit(it- con gr'ega~t~l6i, es iute;snt'tii ' l'hi~itics tit' rthe( iton ?ititoii'S, 01f thel)' pi~l' oilule ro" y I'ioi' tohI wuoih'thy o ,e't t te gti t tlie' said, wouttl "ue i const"i- r n'citdoe' hr Ithose wtlo lo eil tielit ib:titltiic dllni to thome wh'lo enilnuivoti ei by Wilding' to its comforot, 'O 'd niiicitetlle beautty or tiotines :.....

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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DEATH OF MR. GEORGE LANSBURY [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 9 May 1940

DEATH OF MR.. GEORGE LANSBURY LONDON. Vedlnesd3 dity: G ear' I.nn'bury, veteran liaboulr M . died in hospital to-day;aged S. Hie was Idlolised in ithe pove ty * lricken Elist End ofLondon. An First Cointilsl sonai i of Wozts in the 192h-31 shorilf Go d' neii'i it Lnbsbry shookc:dctivrintiona'Blilit sin by alldwivng tiiil clas to cioss LSv5I pairs. . m lIe estlblisheil s ie 11'- Hdl1leM Parit 1 niib;ed bathing Wiench, known 'as Lans bury's bLtlo." I-He was the father of thr eeo souis nIn elyit daughtera anid hadl2 gralnhlrildren. In 1S8S he bIot ilit'is ouln if to Auslaila witli theIldes of sIfltilig. lIe coltid fii'nd nitoworhwlihilfe remidfloy meitnn :i.(t11 Irtsiedltfo Eiigland 'drl L mlsiliv /was at hIf61ongsin celr dud sind erd~nt paicistmt Int 1937 .he visitell itler ahi dnd Iuesaollni as- ao e I ll's c:e eislanid

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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HOSPITAL AUXILIARY [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 9 May 1940

HOSPITAL A.U xILIARY Tihe .mont!ly meeting of thei Hos lital, Auxiliary hleld .?t the Railway lnstitute .lst Tuesdasy was .well, it-'t tiildl, -M's.: J. H. -Giunsell presid ilg: Sorie new ifembers •were wel citlitif?11y the pii'esident. It wms. decitdedt to forwardnl to tmhe stcrect: ry 3of .the ,liotspllali £15/15/ ?vhteih is pi.id maiimctiliy tow'ards ,tht tie!epcli oli [,he aiuxilialy wllrl. The .ccrietit?-, ?as iastked to send ;i'e tings anti. ,aslles forl a slieeily ritcovely to.those inelllbers s?le :tre il1 and t int iosltttal. :. Ast th-e anntil ball itnke.. plice on dMonday: next. tle ladies will. be col lhctliig to 'help. 113 foi the auilDer in i:li-.stoe way as nlast:.yeai. . A: rl ol't' ofromn tie liecrettaity for- the liioli Was:inlead and it 'is p.leasing.,to kiow lltit the business is satisfactory. It bit indow been ii iopieratib for six thoritlis. , " .,." "" - . :. ." A .baltince sieet wVis preparedu by -a lodial 'i'cnhiit-int nhid preidsent'edte to the mieeting by ...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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Attack By Keyes He Attends In Uniform [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 9 May 1940

Attack By Keyes He Attends in Uniform LONDON, Wednesday: Vig .dirously attacking the Admir alty, Admiral of the Fleet, Sir Roger Keyes (Conservative), declared in the House of Com mobs yesterday that lack of naval co-operation in the iat tempt by the Allied land forces to capture Tronfidheiii doomed the whole operation to failure. Sir Roger Keyes revealned that his offer to organise and lead a naval attack on Trondlelin Fji'ord had been coldly received at the Admiialty.3 Sin l?d5e. leyes -whio is' 68 years of age, was ill comnlanlld of thd' operations aiginst Zeeli'ugge and Ostend in April, 1918, and was Chief of- Staff to Admlioal'De Iobeck at the Dardanelles in 1915.. He desiriljed h'e iesril't?'f tliheN'o wvegian. campcimnpigh ans 'a eb shckidlng sitoy 'of ineptitde it'hatI shouldin:yeve have l~iipenad."l '. " Si, lRoger heiyes eCplinned~ lthat the onei "ss(iy'. Iwsle.iftin niso p 1tem ipossitnd of silnefarnie piit s and wsn goven time s tol p:eouil th-re Intoriccetrs and mdexn e...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 9 May 1940

CONOLLY'S: I Cream of Wheat and Wheat eal th t ceo am Foods. They a Coulburn Produ Cts, and are stocked by all stores. ASK YOUR GROCER - v,,.j· !:·:~nc ine tBe~~b~~~' .Ieaa S them i ? !ii¸ ::i::;i/ ;?< ii?' . J'It's the greatest Mother's Hel found in years -Solvol for children's hands and kne ! Solvol saves Mother's time . . . saves kiddies' tea . . because there's no tedious scrubbing. The s ft, penotrating Solvol lather gets rid of even worn-in . ir'--gt?E hands and knees spotless in a jiffy! " , d 4. I :.,i) . ? '' " ,' l m. . " a e "'di s ,..t, • -" ', v:,?-l' •hr' oldossrbig h gt eertn OFUFERTTRS OF RETO I rIC STAa~ .~ R Smart housewvives everywhere are making sure their grocers s ock Clifton's Rice Starch. And th good reason! Clifton's makes Ii ens so much smarter, smoother and cr isper- because it's the m dern starch that is superfined for per fine results! ..?'o ie ? , • IrrcJ? t ion o r, A.pt h7 e atT, :·-·;ft,.t Cl: Ts C~i~l~ Itl)~ hol A PRODUCT OF CLIFFORD LOVE...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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THE POST Wood-Chopping Events GOULBURN SHOW (TO THE EDITOR.) [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 9 May 1940

TI H POST Wood-Chopping Events SGOULBURN SHOW (. O T. E'i o'R.) Siri: Re'.,the, ioJoulburin,. Show. and the: woodchoppii'i'i - event ,,ith. i:e'er enlce 'to: holdingli i';.twhewodihoppllg eveott ti;, ithe'iiiddjeof\h'e' t.;week, 1 consider the, eve t eiwouldt be. a1 failure owlig. .to compSeti tors -hiavliig to. lose at lIast tiihrc;;'e days The weelkend either tFriday 'or Saturday, .!would,, J consider;' be ,th e, nimost; suitable :days for '.the woodcho'ping conitest to eventuate. .ca ;.''. '' ;. VWe caninot getaway. fIrom ithe .fact that' the days. iientioned iwoeuldl be the :most attiactive^ days for the 'in tereste'd public .ias.-o:wodchopiplng iT the miost attract-yive m'ent of all shows. and I- cannot- iindei stand: the show commi ttee, cutti i -lthis:.event but. u To 'prove, ,.the 'ittractio of this event, the woodclhopipingl hieroes al the last Easter owii', 'as sobbon as tlit treasurer:s: presence; was, kxiown at the showground; in Syd ney, they. chaired himn around the gr...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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In the Garden Dinner For Eight [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 9 May 1940

In the Garden ..----------7 Dinner For Eight' BY ONE WHO HAS ' ' " ;'' We are lilies fair, S' The flower of virgiiznlight; S Nature held us forth and said,: ' . " : S 'Lo . My thoughts :of "white." i:', i wonider whether ifi jast ages be forei he" liyhbi?idist bio'gan to improve on nituire's inodels, all lilies were white. Doubtless 'they wvoie. " Ill 'poetie :l?iaguage they arie ever used as a ,jmbol of ,i rity-3s-always white and :·esriotless. '.Certaiiniy there are some magnifi :nlst white lilies 'uit there is, also n! fla.;rrao ii of coloureds ones. . !ots of flowers we :are in tihe habit of 'calling lilies are'i not really lljes at all. It's all very "confusinig from a hbottnist's point of viowiv, but from the angle' of. a lover of floral beauty !Whiit's 'Ii: a name'" as long as. it .series the purpoise. :-oi. t lilies dlie diowns each year to beglii life 'afFreshl as.thoeiia rticular season amrie?s. If planted in a bedl oiilbiig other flowei'? :the bulbs are "" llkly to :liei ...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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MEAT PRICES Comparison For March [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 9 May 1940

MEATRICES Comhpaisori;For March. TIho method' adopted for thc compilictionl of the. sta tisticiai's rdliew of ;meat r etail cmrices inl Sydniioy Goulb~itr and:Calibori wais eiiiahiied' .in u lettecri epired1 at thie 'dvlsoiy; Couiici through theyDeoal tUienitlf ofhe Interior. The Diepartienit stagedi thattii tui is w ie iecr&ihvcdl ronia. ltnolbc of( iiiff~ri hiii iii each city.: These were sielcted so its to giVe thie aser age price ruolimg in the arfious con' tres. verarge pirices fori each@ 'tcut' sliowidlit iiite staeiteineit 101)1 esenifed the' uiirtlifietlci~iverige" sof the riceis receivedfiofman all' iiiforaiits IIf lie Lity coiiceri ed. The ui~tii prices lpes lb.n Hithie thfee ceiitmes foi March wemo as folloc: Syd Gihn Chisa Simrloin .. .10.85 .80 101 Rtihs S 310 8 10 S.50 STEAK- Pumifp. 15.)0 14 20 15 25 Chiiclci 7.50 7.00 7 44 SAUSAGEIS 0.'5 0 80 70 Silverslde 8905 .1)20 104 Ihiskot -0 750 lereclinrto 40 fO.5( 0 Loli S.05 'I 00 0 Loll Sl i 1.00& 10 ~ Peg ...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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CHARMING DINNER GOWN [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 9 May 1940

CHARMING DINNER GOWN Jean Arthur, co-starring with Fred MacMurray and Melvyn. Douglas in Columbia's "Too Many HI-usbands," wears this charming dinner gown of black crepe. The main features are the extremely full sleeves and theslavish trimming of gold braid. . -

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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Accident Victim Funeral Held Yesterday [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 9 May 1940

Accident Victim Funeral Held Yesterday ..l.': Evildence of the esteeoom li " which the litto A rIlitir Co.i. orii . " O:"bper Slicet, ;is hllild was iildiicited liy- the I lrgo aittelol a;?nce at his funieral. yester;i a after.ioon. h lah . He nuniller of imen froml the Per ?,Vy -~iorkshoriph; whei.;:thc late Mr. Corinford was eniploved, iere present, adlid. ie Returedil :Sol diers' ILeague wai.i representedi by the presiident. Aid; 'P. D: Godfrey, while lIr. Ioblb reproselited the Rail way Stores Departmentll. The chiefmourners .\oere -lMrs. A-. Cornford (widow), Arthuil; (son), Joan (dlaughter), .li.. V.: Corilfordi (brolther), Miss ,Naoii.:i Coiiford Isister), Mrs: :Filo'rence Stewart (sister); Irs.. 1V. Cornforsi Muister L. Cornfi'rdi, Miss D. Coritford,i Mi. L. Mc'Alister. MIr. Iodg:MlcAlister, MIr. Ilobert MlcAlister, Ir. E.. McAlistar, .ir: anid aMrs. McAliste?r, Mrs. 1t Me Alister sand Mrs. Kenann.i - Several lieautiful flbrsl "trilbutes were receivesd. Rev. Fathser Vellingt...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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Air Force Recruiting Mobile Unit To Visit Goulburn [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 9 May 1940

Air Force Recruiting R hobile Uiuit To Visit Goulbirn i. , : . . +, + ; Alpiroximil)lttty .l(0 liin 0lihy' 190.l'Plied i'or' culistmie'nt i'l' i?tho • il.A.A.l?. tit. colustry'?' reciruitinlg, ::?,'ceiltl' es. ' -, 'f : ;, : ... . - , . .heir a \ lilcatoions l boeni- coni 5idere'dt by mobile icoruitnlllg uitfs at ;Neiwcastle and ,Grltiton. -.The c?hairmnla'of the 1R.A.A.F.,re crlitifng dt'rihu cnimitee (Sir Dohald .Camnelton): said yc'sterday that mIobile imiis:lwould bIgin a tourt of the Stiate IThey would oierate fo. tdo mIonnths etich cetitre isited. The units coliprihoe i Iecrilitilig officer -ild hls iassis?itlt, a . til leilu o-fficbr, and voi:ious technical assist ants. •Their iltieriry is:.' . Junie: 1 .--Tamwoi'tli, Wollongong August 1.- Arhiidal;. lilthltgow, osilbul In .ctbero 1-L isiimore, PltFies, W ag ga.; · ,, ..: ?. . I . ..+ + lDecither 1. \Iuswellbtool BIati nv" Albury. , '.TESTElI)ON SPIOTP :ItRecrutitbfig" centlesn;:tie -alredy' eieratilig at Rock lit'ftptolti an...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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FAT STOCK SALES Vealer Brings Record [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 9 May 1940

FAT STOCK SALES Vealer Brings Record" : t ;tlie iweekly fat stock sales at the Gdulburln'.Muni'cipal Sal Syards yesterday a reid't steer ebaler--estimiiated by onel keen, jiudge: to .weigl at least 7GQ0 1'b. . ,wias' :sold to. ae Goulibrni , butclheri for. loc' record price o£, £ 15/15/ : :. T.he, i;'elei,a: wliic?i ie, liiclidcd inl a consigiiiLent of' 17 ieald' of .cattle; mostly colioice quality coi' iil': calves fromi Gincldowringa,; was' consiilered to be thli ibet eilei; evei'lseen illi the Goulburn: saleyatids, ai'd ' the lii ice obtained vwas certainly a. recird' for tle GoldlJuin 'iai'ial.c Somne idea of the veiledr's'size' and quality cali be gained, frob m te fact tlihat two heavy, prime bullocks froni the same prlper`ly were sold ini an adjoliinig yard' for £ 14*1/17/--15/- less. Altogether the 17 licad iroin Gun-, ddwrihghi reiilised '£ 183:, which; at a tiime Wlien tlie Goullbuirn 'district is practically denuidedl of fiit' cattle, emiphisises -once' more the value' of...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 9 May 1940

TB BRR9OR No 9tiac~l~,A i al jevcc,. tricl ycon; lident ii 96 tCneih f'tlowjzfgratesa Yooc/ip~yo'..kly IETE TcElclwocl Goolbaro 485 Give A G'ft etwall beJ taeme 50/ \\'anltod-- kt timea yout do tnl Ihle Ic hol Goulburnl', I~yenizil- Poo't ,:.¢ ?;?!;:;i~i~i:!"!"??!::!?. {. : . ' :": . . . . :. . ·- ·I: •: ,~~ ~ . :, --,., OUR MOTHER : .,.Uj' 2 AND MINE :She never expects anything ':which makes her deserve so well this one small tribute of Mothers' Day. • '_ , -:.. '5 :.", ti: . . •. :.'" , : ^:; .:·. . " ' - ~' . i: '; a a ,// Remembr ri. ; j~:'' OTHERS' AI with a 'Gift from .What tobu for, 'Mother is a problem .very, : , .eitsily solved if ou .come to Rogers, Ie?:cause: l i,:' :, haee m le: .? speci'l selection' f. :eally - sitiialle gif 'from ournihuge range. Youill .: find just w t Mther wo"ld like best ihouni selection--ila d you'll find them aill.agreeably -:.'I low priced, . Gif s That Will Make Mother Happy HOSIERY IS ALWAYS .WELCOME : A. ' 'Il r ,lc It'AsTlflf HOI reslige 8 )...

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Indications That Dress Is Not All Influenced By Service Subtle And Unexpected Mixtures Lining Jackets: Belts Of To-Day [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 9 May 1940

Incdications That Dr.ess Not; II Influenced By eric Subtle And Unexpected Mixtures : Value Of Lining jackets : Belts Ot lTo-Day BY "EVE , , , Reproductions in one of.the English; papers :of the latest , .photograph's of;:lheQ.Queeh are: particularly interesting, side :by-'side.with controversIes ?in':tieL?same ipaper Fo 'the theme . 'of evcn;ngdircss at this.p'eriod.-: ' "; ";, ':'-.-.-.". '. ' ' '* Shouttldr ?e - 'te? l rse ad.'li teilloia,. should ii~'le lon~g and, dairk; shoul it. be. mistytd i? malmintic? So'iiie: thei q uesiotio lshave beens -mwered by the Queeii's nole) portraits.' ,r Althoiughi? ie'Will be no coot.ts. the tiilictioni obivious that i Royal cirlqes :ov?ciiig dhess will be eitlher st itely? or rdm nintiid iacording, to the risdcnsion h lit rStahily nol' "sicklied 'eor .witil the- pIale est"' :of 1t is also gi~ttered thait fans will be 'in: ifavouir.:tiiht jiive?lsirie .iiot id, go iito ~n?iuy y aiilt ftot 'h'ie didiatoii andi that .spalirlg" e'mblroidery : ivill...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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