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CARR CUP Canberra v Goulburn [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 9 May 1940
CARR CU*P Canberra v Goulburn Caniberra) 14lll (idflil tho . ' Cup against Goulburn on :Sunday :at I. Quean'beyanl.. jGiougpt8 li s h isistn d .t ; that as Goulbu?rn ildsies .to exd'cise the ribght lo play;:- it.; beuig thc. only '* other teamliiin thdlo llrst irto'0o iidCial-. ei;ra' , 0i1iist'', dCl'iill t o.h r i ly. : LI . i ; 'the; ''oilb i Leagi - :, i s l :' eh Lrtrei thid.' rail iilifot ' l: convy the iilayersl.as fwll as'su'iliortei's oI Quoanboyan.. Seati 'osq yalltionsiij i I ;be booked .at .Aoi'torn;:Brpaoi;; Auflbi a. Stret, and lhiteidi'ip?u i?lsse?n;si ishbold booklc early: :to iivoid d.isalti (poiltiiielnt?,'specially ;'lii ;view; o'f i. Il . Isplendid showing of?' tlio;'ndulburin . side. l]ist 'SiidSildy.t';l i~:T':'cisldereil .tli£'.tli ' G.oilbuirn' toaillu has ' every . elia' ic':;. : biriii'gihg . of vr.'ictoiry; oti tlis't o cssioni ';'' Alassyl oi5'.01C Culps being tahen out ; orf l'ay; in thle Groulp S' "R'ugbyL'a gue' . comlietitioi "Is being calnv assl. -b'...
MEN'S HOCKEY Draw: Selected Teams [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 9 May 1940
eMEN'S iHOCKEYi,. S:Draw: Selected Teai·I Til:h e Ceio'eral'' Sountherl Ho-lOckey' .-.'Associ tion's' m en s , A ,: OG' aiad . oi bllietition will: be: coimenicediceit an, Saturday itex,. Owing to the schools' wintelr hill day tern bieginning this' week-end, the reserve grade coml0etitln ~ill be, a. little .lte. inn stating 'thal" ia usuall.y the 'case .. ..:: Filit gigrade playeis' willh brequlire ii tdo Iay ia ground lte otf 1/ e dhl andl reserve t!irarideris Gd each;.", : . Following ist di v iriw o Sa tn 1st igrade Kenimoi'e No. , 2.1 5 pini.m.: Kenmore v Cdntr'alSoith. 1stl, umpiesiI D?. Willkinsr. Lnd F... Jci: 'fingsebl i Kenmoi o No. i, 0 p0 . Vbst. v Contral:South, 2ndil Uinpres, .i:tifCilnlgh iii' aild J.T Ovelideii: Spoitsgrounl "Na.:1 , 3.30 p.in.: Norii' g',C.Y.M.S. Uinpires .S. Giant and 3.. ileserve graid jti "nSlg"iSi x'4i .tal. Suhitt '."'iiLh lI"nncc .. lk.il. ..r, am onid,n l 'T,..Tootifl:-?. ;iaW C0iihiidg C. 'iNrhn. Sig I~ami llf '("McAleet. ,IC.: I oweri iic .o...
SELECTIONS BY "WATERLOO" [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 9 May 1940
SELECTIONS: BY ",WATE'RLO,, tat qi't· rt ' i v.. , w:i'· - ii:, rH Coolalie i]a. 2,:l King" riusi I. ".,',Itlaen Stake.--iOBiE 1 X]?CICl : Art?.'s flO e 2, ,lllon "lule i . ItailwiG 'StaU u l i. lifit l, OY I , o'n ', Oo '-ist9 3 IING I'AUIIUS I, Fijl&lt;" Slijibel 1 llying Stakc-- ouinth )ivisionl: COIN, COB' 1" Yalit c. 2, ly Dots -3 ' l cying ""tak i -l.---fi r tco ?l,( , i :iIs MO LIY IIERI'TAGE 1 laidy' est. 2 , Iltack lDnue:3 1'i~ft 3···:/ · :1~-: ' '· r',OgressivO Stake.-'-A?JORIOIE 1MON'lAUE , 'n' Igwyune 2,: Hop~nkm 9 1' 1 3.lct
MR. R. D. SIMON Leaving For Sydney [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 9 May 1940
MR. R. D. SIMON Leaving For Sydney. M Mr. B. DSimon, headmssteiat' tihe Bourke:- Stieet school, hais: been advised of his :transfer -tp.' -Earlwood, Sydney:: ,: It is 38 years since Mr ,Simon came to- Goulbtirn. and in that time he has shobwn: i himself :.to- be ia ;examle .of the ?best ,t'yp-of. pnblic' serv'iint. :::He' ·has asso d it i m lf.itli p iracticallfy all public n?ovemerits: in tthis cit? and gave splendid, service wheilre' it -was necessary 'for the ischools to, :d o?i?~'t': either in raisizig funds o: foi spiecific objedts and' in a-:modre general wa,. : In addition'- to :being a. member. of the Bowling Club:: and Rotary Club, Mr." Sinoii is sedetarylof the Goul$ burn brainch of the PlPublic Schdols? nAmnltenr . Atliletlc Associationi idiiil videpiesident of the' Goulbhin ibrandh of the Teachelrs' Federation. He' ih also an executive nmember of the, P: and C. District Council. In. all hisl dealings Mr;: Simon has shown: unn failing courtesy to ,the. P?ress: .i ,: Mrsi ...
Two Die In Smash Driver Loses Control [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 9 May 1940
Two Die In Smash Driver Loses Conitrol ,Two young militiamen on their way to Liverpool or Ingle burn: were killed instantly this morning as the result of a car Saccident six miles north of Mit tagong. ..'-They were Rupert J. DrIm-n mond, 20, of RIose Park, Uran?na Itond, Wagga, land FlPralncis Joll R Iloberts, .of Athol, Mlarrtir, eiar Junle. Thle nlatter's age is u11. Sknown. Both lads were in uniform when found. The small tourer car in which they were travelling had left the road on the right-hand side atiCatli. erine Hill, near Yerrinbool andl/tra velledtl some distance in the bush be foie :it overturned. SThele car was '-fournid restliug, on Drummofid land the body: of Rbberts was soiie:eiglitg yai'ds away, wvliere it had been apparently hutlledt. The lat ter hadl .suffered a terrib)e fuacturo of the skull :and it is believed :thdat death was instantaneous: il :both cases . : .lVhen it left thle. rond tihe c'ii. carried several gulide stones ,with it aind then crashed thilirollg...
OBITUARY MRS. C. GRALTON [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 9 May 1940
OBITUARY * MRS. C. GALTON . The death occureley suddenly at her..home at Gladesville last niglit of Mrs. Catherine Gralton, aged 77 years. Mrs. Gralton, who was pre deceased by her husband and one daughter, is a sister of Mis. Carolan, of Clifford Street. Mr. Michael Broderick, of Goulpurn, is a biother, and ?trs. D. Crowe, of Bourke Street, a niece. ..' Thile late Mrs. Gralton is survived by one son, John (sydney), andl four daughters, Mary, Peg, IKathleen and Vera, all of Sydney. The Premier, Mr. Mair, said in the Legislative Assembly yesterday that thle greatest road dangers were taxi drivers. They were wonderfully good dlrivers, but they drove at such speed that they confused other drivers and pledetrians. Another thing that is made doubly plain is that if England does not do enough to win this war it will not be the fault of the British Labour Party. "
Mr. Primrose Hospital Inspection Next Monday [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 9 May 1940
Mr. Primrose Hospital Inspection Next Monday The,Acting-Minister for Healih, Mr. Primrose, will make his lorio- . awaited visit of inspection to the District Hospital next Monday. Mr. 'Primrose, who pilans to arrive in Goulburn .by cir on ..Sunday night, will arrive at ftle hospitalat 10 amns on Monday and will h? fild'thd whold of the mornling at -,he. instio;ttion where he will investigate severiil mat ters, such 'as. -the need of io ieidised accommodation.. ( Jn the afternoon th'e Minister: will pay a visit' 'to St. Johin of God Hbs; pital and In the evelihi:ng il-fio ficially open the Distrit. Hospiital's: Centenary Ball. :He will .be acinom panied dluring his inspections by.. Mr. J. M. Tully: M.L.A. '
SISTER NORMAN [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 9 May 1940
-siSTER NORMAN o 'Sdyeal filendl. ol: Srister. No'm'tn of !L1e EBa'iby l:'ealthll deltre, -the'redl at tLe-ldihle ofm MrsS. LS.L Snow, of 'ociDer Stieeit; durliig thse vek-end ii o rdei:e fiiobid hlier, ai.ewell prior ti ?hef deiiitute:-fr f Sydhiey; Durin thle eveillng eli wis hiainled a posy if1::little' Miatgfite:l Show and after tlinhilng Sister Notnaii foi he manly t~its ii f kl tdlniess .dii n lii .he , te im , in Goinlbm itis liir I. M. "I ray pre aensted hex : wIth tin 'iisci'ibed slive saniidiclhl " tI.y an o eh'elf of fthooe pre se .nt .. , . +: , ,. -,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 9 May 1940
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North School Exam. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 9 May 1940
North School Exam. lFollowin t kg tie; t esnlts fce tets: iheld in ,the various- clas the'North Goiitirn~pftl i G 1 li /a CQ1as~i'S.1l:'' siji*'Le *rovr 1/l's ,'i.fi..,.2. .Neville Clihpinatin , Ron 0.C1lia8s9 2;'2:!??N.elii .Crisp f5 , Dorcen 'Ta!l?tett: 2 iy Mitterson :I, Daplhne Hobbs 4,.i:';: , ! Clasis B'Prini'6iahl( . Mills l, Nita Mc -Dbniellf 2, '., ent hlpiieKi ,;1:., 'pIrice. illnbert 4 .,?^:^ -..- ' ,., )'.* , 1 0(Cllss, 1'i ..Nourllin 'Davs, W ?]lliam Bell/2; :Lor?na- Diatin d o tl , LoT;raine Grant 4. : Class 4: Betty Cioker 1 Donie Rob eitsoii. 2, i.Dorbtihy.ClarI" 3,; :Kevin .O.Class: -iyeftli'?iiles1'Je iii Star:l ingp 2. Ellei. S.iniisohn3,' Eetei Lee count '4'' . :Ciass: : 'Hutghli Bell .1; Keith 'Le6Ion" 2, Js'alel Davie' 3, David, Grithf'. '4
Mr. Chamberlain Wins Vote In Commons CHALLENGE ACCEPTED BY PRIME MINISTER "We Shall See Who Is For Us And Who Is Against Us" LLOYD GEORGE SAYS BRITAIN WANTS REAL NOT SHAM ACTION [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 9 May 1940
Mr. Chamberlain Wins Vote In Commons CHALLENGE ACCEPTED BY PRIME MINISTER • ? , '" '-s' •.. . "WeShall See Who Is For Us And Who Is Against Us" LLOYD GEORGE SAYS BRITAIN WANTS REAL NOT SHAM ACTION - LONDON, Wednesday: The Labour Party forced avote on the Government's condict of the Norwegian campaign in the House of Commons to-day and the Government won by 281 votes to 200. There was a tense moment when Mr. Herbert Morrison, fo? the Labouri Party, -challenged the Government to take a division, and Mr. ·Chaniberiain iiprang to his feet and accepted the challenge. -"I accept primary responsibility for the actions of the Government and.my colleagues -. will not be slow to accept their responsibility," said Mr. Chamberlain. I welcome the chal lenge because at last we shall see who is with us and who is against us." Thle Secretary for the Air, Sir Samuel Hoare, denied thiatthere was any: delIayin Norway by. th~e' R.A.F., which inflifdt'di'b 'the" Germans: three times.its own losses while...
IN THE COMMONS [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 9 May 1940
IN TItE COMMONS • ,.: .;The alacrity with which Mr. Chainberlain accepted the Lab buar challenge in the House on a : question of no conffdence shows " twoihings; first;that he is a poli 'icikhsbefore he is a statesman, hnd :?econd, tdat there had S alreadi~ b'een a couriting of heads . beforehand. The vote would be the closest that the Government, underMr. Baldwin or Mr. Cham berlain, has ever been presented w?ith, and should show there is a serious change taking place in the ranks of the Conservative Party. ,One thing emerges from. the de b·ate clearly-and this is written 'efore we have Mr. Churchill's remarks before us-the First Lord of'the Admiralty is now the driv ing force of the Cabinet. The man whom the Prime Minister once hiitied most is now called upon to save the Government, of which Mr. Chamberlain is the head. It seems clear to us that Mr. Churchill has laid it down as a first concession from the Cabinet Sthat he is to be given more power to- run things as he thinks they...
Goulburn U.A.P. Younger Set's Plans [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 9 May 1940
iGoudlburn U.A.P Younger Set's . Plahs: : The Tio?.lifonthly meeting of thbe, ' Goulburn: U.A.P. Younger Sieit, I .held' last night,, was .very well a littended. Thed presidenit, MIr.:. -G..B. Ardill was :in theio chair. SIn cooinectiodn ?ivitththe inext social evenilng it wasl. deci?ded to changee the date from .June 15: to Jiine 29 andiln ilite a nmetropoliitan' branch to the function. '' ci:.: After a .lengthy discussion con2 cernling the best means of cdntrihbut ing..to. the Red Cross work in Gotil burn,; a motion:, was , carried that: £5/5/- be set a.side?!fIor purchasing. wool to be 'doiated tbo ,the Red Cross branch. ::- :.:: Misses E; Kew?n, : Bath and T.: D?all were sppointed a sub-comnmittee to secure the naames of members wishing to visit sydney on May 25 for the Younger Set annual ball. A bolifire will :be held on 'May 16 insteadi of May 23 in order to avoid I clashing with ot lher functions in C;oulburn diring the weel of Emiire Day. i
With The A.I.F. In Palestine Troops Given Front Line Lesson [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 9 May 1940
With The A.I.F. In Palestine Troops Given Eront Line Lesson l1rinon .IAN, .. FITCHEITT ;::cting Orfical Corrdespondcnt lwith the A\.. P(fl Air M1all) JERUSALEM*: Wstchisg / -s bat tallon. thke 't over the front line tretichesl whhi:h have beel' coilstructed outsidei o ?0e .of i:the: m?ninli camnliS amodnga the :most: impiresslie expier ences I:lihave hadi:. n.?aiestine.-; A.s dakliness fell. the battalilon moved smartly off the itaradie 'giouiil. don tlie ::thr.eie ile minareli" to the rear of .the sectoi:r As sooii as the cainp bondiiiilrids "were -left the commaiid 'March : ?jt east " :se was pissed :liback throbigh the companies bi smokfnlig anid talking lIoudly were foriljldden a the men moved -in d irkness aion theo?diJuisty track: " : . SShoitlyz afterwvards the 'stp w:'a brblokein. alongi tihe long coluiin; fofr on.s a'still iilght: ?the .;rhythinic : tread of a hev ily laden army· can be heard foi s?slirp isily,: lonig :dlsiaiitnces : '!. S:WELL-QUIPPEIE TROOPS mEacb -nma ca...
HOMEBUSH SALES [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 9 May 1940
HOMEBUSH SALES , SYDNEY: Thul.sday: Winclcombe Caison, Ltd. :ieporlt: 18,0Q0 sheep adil laimbs wer o onoffer at Home buslh tboda~. Th3 'he marlietivas un ahanged:. .On the hoofat .the yards, good t.o prline ewe muttonl made 29d9 to 34d per p'ound, wethers 3:td :ti 3l! d, hoggets l,.d to 4 .~d lnLbs Gil to G'd, suckers: 6ld to 7ld. Good.i to prime ewes, 9 to 12, months' wool, made 18/ to 22/, later shorn 14l .to 17/ ;:'g6ood to liiilmne owethers, ,9 to 12 Inonths' wool 217 to 28/, lafei -shoril "16/ to 20/,- lambs and hoggets 22/ to /; sudckes, 22/; to 29/ • F'or 1800 cattle values were .irre gular wIthout quotable change. Good to prime realrs i made 12/ to 50/ per 100 lb, steers 10/ to 14/. lhiif ers NG/ to II/. 1Iulloclks 3,1/ to .0/, cows 32/ lo 37/.
Holidays For Schools [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 9 May 1940
Holidays For Schools (.oullbulln. school clhilllrcn will * coninnnciw iheiiri untuniln vacation o, to-day and (o-morr-i;ai,';w .,, . , .Public schiools .will-- bre.a, iip, this afternoori. inid:iiesunine on"l May:y 2S. St'. Joselich'i .Conveit, Noirth Goul, bu)l will llorei'eali, up tl fte - jnoon; but will resume onr My 20' 0; O.,.M.c' :iiiills' Ctoriiiience'di'their Vi catit on oTuesday anid ?will I retCtri l.o school o'n iM'iiy 28, cwhileS't.'Pat ilick's 'PErimary School 'vill- :go ' on 'holidilysk .to-ni?mo lewv atLtrinbon' and iresu mi e o ld-RIiiy' 28. %:"-'i. : - . " ;;'' ,;. '' St.: Patricli's ;:College, wvlitclhi 'hal il)cen, closed for some tlinme owiig to i.the .sciirlet' fever. epidemic,':will; ro opeOnI on' May ':2p.; - " , ... , . ' ".:::
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 9 May 1940
From LEMON'S Where You Can Depend On Getting High Quality Furniture and Floor Coverings fee ini· .. T LOWER PRICES.. *- I ~7/ 6 EDROOM SUITE " Imagine the pri e any young couple would feel in posEessi4f such an ex clusive Bedroo Suite in rich Walnut veneers. Wardrobe, ft. 6in. wide, bow centre doo , sliding trays; beautiful roll top Dressing ble; Lough boy, and 4ft. 6in. Bedstead to match. i· i . ? ..iI oPE ro LOUNGE SUITE '3-Pi~ece Suite, bea Ltifully upholstered in best quality Geroa Velvet, deeply sprung on f rst gracde webbing, complete with five i Lner spring cushions, fittecd in !arge size settee, ancl 2 easy chairs. ':If iII* • u un S. G ,lun . b 17/ LOUN\GE: SUITIE '3 Pi ce Suite, bea tifully upholstei ed in best quality Ge loa Velvet, deeply sprung on f lrst grade webbing, complete with ~ five i ner spring cushions, fitted in ~arge size settee, and 2 easy chairs. LE ONModel Aade Auburn St., G8 uburn Phones: 58 -586 ' "?"- - ....:--L...- - . . ] '
LATE WAR NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 9 May 1940
LATE WAR NEWS Tlre. Japanesd Foreign Minister, Itr. Arita, sail .to-dlay that no orisis wvoilld- involve. the ftoture ot'l the Dutci" Eists :Indies: .: . .The IUied States State: Secret-itry' Mi. :Cordell hiull said: that reieorts hiowed' :increasling Ltension , in .Hol laiid; Ther e wns no ',cscs e he e: aded, r ;o any Acner ica cltl l tobeh caunghct item. :aby? lir, as they hatd .all* beenl': \rai d t ctl .leavie Ibila iil '.sonl t nie ago ,? :::.i ': : .'i .7 5 . ··:): :.: ? . '.:·- ·/ DA: report. i T n rkrey ,states t lint ltaly~1 cid ,ili.lic d eicteed into ncdi igneci a trade igrehie?nint. r;iles: lciii e ,t o1'1 Fir?oj hii lnl \a ac t li aobie idiotle set icecic saild Lic-ct i violonce cocticicielde Euei; miwoi do:?nc?e id:ne be .--sce c6fc o cl?l wvr. Th ? I Goverrnuicei t i.hiad i:sliown ':great iatienc ibiblt -cwas di tet nilci ned:. tc cccticitaiic ocrdec A, simil1 Norweegiac shlic whcs, ,. laicked, y. Germcin: bombers acind six passengers nwere ekilled acl .:othier icnjt...
FIVE PEOPLE DEAD Canberra Car Crash [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 9 May 1940
FIVE PEOPLE DEAD Canberra Car Crash CANBERRA, Thursday: The fifth death rerulting from the motor car collision on the Can-" beirra-Queanbeyan road on Satur day night occurred yesterday..': -, The victin .,ts Mrsi .Muriol Granit o:f, of W?,stlhke, .Chribto r wanlh ioor 'o ''relold head:antil intberil.al it.jtii ci . od;.I Iothir licoill Ise?riously ::lirt t..n ti mal t rieil1 ais in lhoslitalti .;. :DRIVER ,FO R ,TRIAL:," :.'. 4t the nihle a?tiiCoi tC on T iesday, ' f'-bolLt-fCo1:; : iJ, T. HI-I; Gooldwln? '.:SM'Daid'hiiltoin 22 lhtboorc;, :of Caneiibwerra iwas ccharged. \vlth-felon iooisly slatyinigPatrick Hayman. 'i.Segeiant E. S .;Bitlpy" appliedt foil, :,:reia' f oligh dai~ ys ind s'ated that 111e c t , w? - a ;S sec u e l 0 - to iat ?a i iotn o . - :cidhnt:on U·i??ir?ia Road oli Satti tlay ias a'irestilt of vliiclh foiur ideople liaid died. 'i : tHamilton . alplied: for .all ."' ' t The .police asked the. B3en6h to fix it ,oob-tantial btil.. Rcplying to ?the: Mitgistriute, ?lall...