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PRODUCE MARKET REPORTS HONEY AND CHEESE ARE WANTED [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 10 May 1940

PRODUCE MARKET REPORTS HONEY AND CHEESE ARE WANTED SYDNEY, Friday: Supplies of honey and cheese are falling oil', and city dairy houses are finding some difficulty. in meeting thegood demand for ilthiese proluces: 'lthe ieceii droiought \was resieonsible for ieduced ;outpul .if ihoney:anit cheese Produticiig districts, .one :,agent said yesterday. Transport "difficulties were also 'preventing normal sulpplies froinl;, reaching Sydney.: Demand ',was st roig Lfor all grtadles of honey' fester Othier 'dairy liels were also ill quest;; .bacon:.- especially, meetinig n ready: sile. Inquiry for eggs was SI3U''l'tER -Choicest,. 11i/2 per cwt. inicluding 2/6 tpert cwt lor boxes,: plus cartage; CHEESE .-Primie Intloa 11d; large 10'dl.- old imatiured, 1/1 to 1/2 per lb. ' LARD.--OrdiniSry .ibrinds: Bulk iid', packets 74id specital brands, bulkt (Gdi, pickets 7d ton771d per lb. BACON.-Ordtli? 'r brtinds:?h , Sides 1/1, Ilitclies 1/, middles 1/2;, sloul ders l10d; Special brands: Sides 1/1. lit...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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CHARGED WITH MURDER OF WOMAN [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 10 May 1940

.CHARGED` WITHi :MUlRDER 'OF V WOMAN SYDNECY riday: A tain aged 21 was' charged at tli Kur i'i i l;riPolce Court today .with thei mnlder' of Mis. Martha ,,.r.ier n"vho wis found den.,. oniiVedx?isdaxy in ti ailsiack .ifn ;Wlitcji s'helli'ed~ slt IIeddoli t , : :etn. i X:e:terlay' Ipolice.: found. 'i pok01e whichl'(is "believed .tb aiiv:e been used ifi 'li ..'he nuilder. '.. eo poker wvas cov ered iii lilood iand its edge wa haizolai Polic aiusb' fonimdsoveral old ?twveis amnidli iieboseie' wallJimip, apiiaired?i t?ike. fioni the shack.

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 10 May 1940

ENTERTAINMENTS THE MOST .BEAUTIFUL EYES ON THE WHOLE CONTINENT . . . AND THE MOST DANGEROUS. Paid to love . . . and betray those secrets' whispered in moments of ecstasy! SPY - her information blazing lovers to their doom! At last on the screen, is the amazing drama of enemy espionage! Fbn 1-gai the evr-to-lj Sb e-forgotten Week o 5 o 4 - .. ®ý r U3U N RlfPMN MISCELLANEOUS ST, Ný4 OLAS' H-ll, Saturda hi. .t, Crlj ers' Club Social. 4*%% MORE PRIZES in' State Lo £ 100, £ 20, and 3 other priz In last Lottery. For your next tickcflery J. -r-.TUSTIAN, THE NEWSAG N1T. "TEVEN , rP SIGNýt rEE, 11 VetrnI tr 1I134HY G t he hlome f wltPia ? ' }ty," ture fronm I?cli~r'. NOQ SUBSCRIPTION-NO l)a 5l'. 3d 7per book only. Join Now. TUSTIAN'S 'PERSONAL' LIIlifl]. l. PURSE0IOU T allor. Highl-Cla:ss Stills at Low P ceg. 6 Montague St CDi I) Old Time lanice and Ca d St.i? at's Hall, Sat., l 411th b May. I 't n t ter. } IA .IE HA'ITHU"' T and Tarago ir ,ott? at TarI.a o iall.t S 'aturday, 1?8t Ma.. Varie...

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COUNCIL FACES HEAVY OUTLAY Sewerage System Extension Plans [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 10 May 1940

COUNCIL FACES HEAVY OUTLAY?" Sewerage System Extension Plans If proposals at present before the Goulburn City Council are given favourable consideration at a special meeting to be held at an early date, extensions to the city's sewerage system, 'which has been under review in recent months, may be undertaken at an approximate cost of £19,000. S.This 'was the estimate given by the City Engineer, Mr. W.. I. ?untz, int a lengthy report to, lilst night's ineet ing ofthe council. Based to some ex tent on tlhe recent review of the sew erage, system by, the Department of Works and Local ' Government, the repoirt was formally received -and re ferrled"to a sipecial meeting, the date. of .whleli has yet to' be fixed. A. feature of the engineer's; report ws as thelc inclusion of: fouri seperate itemls, estinmited' to involve an ex penditure of. £3000, which, Mr. Muntz declared, were necessary works, iilthough provision had-not been made for them in the departmental report. The latter, said Mr....

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 10 May 1940

BIRTH WE LEYI' (nlee J: 1ksonl).-Apr I a, San Pedro, lalifornia, to o fe of Stanle V Wesley-a on. FUNERAL "HE IRelatives and Friends of A NE ELIZA CUM INGS, lite of 120 Sliane Street, Gllburn, are adv sed tli. hier Funera will leave Crfig's F neral Parlour at 3 o'clock to mni row .ifternoan (Saltlurday) 1for tlj ! Church of llngland l Portion of th! General Cetnmtery, Goulburn. It. Siluney CG;ig. ~'ineral l)iretrs G ulnhurn.. Phone 100. / IN MEMORIAM 1RI1IIT.-In 1 ving Inemt o", ' d r brother, Sepilitu: Vill a I 1w ight, whip assed' T w 1 May31 Tlc is c...hange in many .ys, 3i t one thiiln changes n br The iemoricos'f those lintpl lays Th t we' iIllA ell t' togetl r. Ile n ver failed 0to do'his nost, 1Hli heart was true and I nder; Hle I? ient;' to1iItj d fpr thros heloved,t ! An left hus? ' i rnenlib( Inserted biy his lovi n .sister, Emily, and brother-in-law, .lames. fIE IIMANS.-In )ovingi memo y of 0 ir lear Imoth r and' gras Inn, I fe Mtay 11, 19:13. In ur homIies yoJi ire foRnd...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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WHEN THEY LEFT FOR NORWAY [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 10 May 1940

WHEN THEY LEFT FOR NORWAY Soldiers of the British North-western Expeditionary Force photographed ?as they waited in a a shed to embark for Norway from a Scottish port:

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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Labour's Stand Chamberlain Not Wanted [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 10 May 1940

Labour s Stand Chamberlain: Not Wanited LONDO N, ',Th rsdavy The c';i lomatic' corresppnd .ent of the Daily Herald says: 'thereh' is no chance?iiof the Labour < party: ;oing any Government which is;.ledbj; ' or includes. Mr. Chamber lain. ,

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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Jumping Contests At Show [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 10 May 1940

Jumping Contests At Show 1 It is probable that lumps at the next Goulburin Show will' be arranged 'in a numner thati. will citabl them to be. moved' C within It few minutes. At. yesterday s meeting of the;: IP and H: ',Society it was 'agired "to write to ,the R A.S. askig. for i: the plan whereby the jumnps .are made novable. bte1is decisioni ws1j {tiere ,tilt of a Vice offcred bby tile'Woilk Conlnimttee i e6ir Briefly collmelntilng'onl.,e i s"port Mr. E., Cooliei 'slil(? thia^ `lth ' (ih wIelched the jumpslil.being i\vod:t the Easter Sho~.' "It t.takes: onbly about 15 imilnutes, ahndiit ?,oild'bbe a wonderful 'asset to , us, ' 'lih t de,11 claredl. He moveid tlht lidt R.:AS' be written to concornling the 'iietiliod of maltiiig the jiumpis :movabl?::: .?Mr. Cooper's remni'aks:;: ?:eO .,sec onded by Mr. S. J. Baxte , 'who.:said he thought the ,idea was: aii oicollet:t one. .' '; The report also recominunded',tli'bt the Dlepartnlent of Agericul';itur; lo asked to sull)Ily:100 't1ga 1r...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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Four Are Nominated [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 10 May 1940

Faour .Are SNominated -SYDNEY, Friday: The Federal 'Attorney-General, Mr. Hughes, :announced in the House of Re. presentatives to-day that the Gov ernment is issuing notice to 'owners of "non-federation" pits, directing them to open. "i'. Hughes said lie was unable to' state the names of the pits. Mr.' James (Lab. -N.S.W.) ga've notice that he would move next Wed :reasday.b tlt the regulations givilt thlie Govermnent power to re-open the mines be disallowed. It is understood that four of the mines to be re-opened are the Commonwealth collierie- in west. ern New. South Wales, Lithgow Valley, Wallerawang and Gunne dah. : MEN WILL NOT APPLY SYDNEY, Friday: Northern mini eri' leaders and members of tau District Strike Committee declared to-day that no federation .miners would apply for jobs in the northi if the Government directs the mines to be opened.. If 1Mr. Menzies believed that there would be a stampede to federation mnlines to re-open in defiance of the strike - lie iid not unlld...

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STILL IN BALANCE [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 10 May 1940

STILL IN BALANCE This, is not. the: timrre for bitter :ness" r egariding iMr'.iI Chai~hber-. lainIrt :. ;C is a:time; actuallyi;, when .a little sympathy .for the man. cannotihelp-'but escape.' He set oi;it ith a ,false ideal, that of 'a world inihabited by men like him-. self,:' accustomed to business inethods and the honouring of contracts. He was actually sur rounded in Europe by a set of rogues, and the tragedy of it-was that he was the very last to realise it. Disaster after disaster has come upon England from the' time the' National Government with which he has been associated took office in 1931. Under ,Mr. Baldwin,;:as he was then,. Mr. Chamberlain. saw and witnessed the beginning of. the triumph of power politics with the failure of . the - British Government to accenot the inivita tionii:.o'fthe United States to put :an'.end t'i the Japanese conquest ' Manchuiria." From this: failure : .to Sir, John 'Simon, speaking in ;the:' comfort of.: his London club,' he?jl matter,.wa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 10 May 1940

PROFESSIONAL IDN r IG AL I1 IS P NJ 100. Gqulburn Evening Post FRIDAY, MAY 10, 1940.

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French Nation Rallies How The Country Is Responding In Great War Effort [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 10 May 1940

How The Country Is Responding In Great War Effort Paris in early spring used to be a. synonym for light-headed :.:iro mnance.. 'Now, with a brake upon 'luxury, it is a city of single intenit Paris I had last seen. in the port~ntu6ils Octdober of :1 938, getti'ig?its breath back after Munich and.finding, itself, suddenly called' abroad,. •:the capital of what had becomrrea saicond-class power," writes a lead ing Australian journalist who is :abriad: . Before the autopsy over Munich had been completed INazi rapa?ity had brought unitjy bsack to France.: Now Paris is.; seeinrg it through, under ,dimmied li h-ts ' calm; stern; confident ,-with no, Smore `flag-waving than there is in London, no. heroics and no illusions: 'The ratio of nonilality :Pai'is ihi ii tains 'while :Frlance keeps six' liillion ien undei'. ariis souild. neot, be astonishifig to 'anyone : fiilill.i ' with, the elasticity of the natloi, its sti;eak of. fatalism, its hardening] to sacri-. 'ice;. but that! compariative...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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CATTLE TICK Future Methods Of Control [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 10 May 1940

CATT LE TICK Future Methods Of Control The :teadily increasing icost of:. tick .eradicationi is ):caising coneBrii :ii.rootl;: Federal .an tiaSite: circles, ;nif whilst it t fully; appreciated that thin very Imiportant, us be ca ':vi t afi: ?taei.?? [1t ie; ,di it e tcopre -,Agricult?.f it: fl(ol: A i l Reiin , d t necessary e iiipenditu ? e cai iJeiredu cedis by 'or ~atblesi t'kept' 'from nounting iThei ipos':tion Ib';ii'dr'manyi. of theis is dis'nsuch t;hati: eradlcathio cannot Ule u,,eriai'en aie st the1 po e fulls ncopnient tbecause it isi necessary first to deal ,witlh the depathmentand esi.triiul areas, but aitt by saietimeg It is veiry neces saryt?fortunatet, ,tiksppu batoee n as v aslpossi? le ;: Toners o l to pieus ventfutrt ckspredl bt to pre senti.outbre ,of tick fever. fillsed b only rinethod rtio y which ownxpem diture lmai na red thce is by diafting staff ably I'hich to the pre ept haiii e; been operatingity control areato thosewn reass, i hic eraedica ion is to.n beeu...

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NOW CURED [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 10 May 1940

NOW CURED Little. Louise 'Sheffer, of Syd iney ,whom her parents took to; America recently to seek' relief from . a mysterious:'. malady .which :rencdered her unconscious at -timies ias now" Bhen rep6'rted,, cured.: and on ?erd way back to Australia

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Humus In The Soil How It Increases Fertility [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 10 May 1940

' Humus Irnr- The' Soil How It Increases Fei tility :. : IHumnis-the black ol; dai'k::-'9 ..brown' substaince of .vegetable,: origin which gives to,.' surfacii . oils. a :icharacteristic ;idi2le;. " coioiir :.as ;-eopiibared .::with the: Stsubsol' l;s a is averympoi tri ni -y :iacto, i?i.reaitln` t!ii ofertilty? t-: ;iii t i firast' p cel tuibrsorlsand retainni.is'i stii e'in thesoil;'andce" sdces"surface evaporstio o ,ro iDuiin dryispelis endundifiiier the nflucoc the; ?hot P "winis'usually pievaieni u odei iisuch' lsconditions'the loss 'of evadporatioii is eooriosinii soil theisoiland `ttiiting of the crops. :The' fin`:' result i il f~auch conlditions, islthe formatiion o.fsca8il e pots and;i the coiplt:,die mo 'it of thei?:iineur ..face soiloitte is hoiinOf?, dost"?' ?s; i ·:iS"raifial dblii itf? u,:.th, om :aThe bhu:sf his fi a itirSb th itn gred is etl iiic iis mocimstsujecs iyr conditioresencs itimorstresse oiless lth;it is moistureiiiilo diecoiestilolidr anid-:then .liecsityj...

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LIEDERTAFEL EFFORTS For Lord Mayor's Fund [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 10 May 1940

LIEDERTAFEL EFFORTS For Lord Mayor's Fund Sunday, June 2~, has been set down for' the Liedertafel to present a cIn iei t in.aid of the Loid Mayor's Patri otid.,cý unnd. ' . ? excellent pioigraiime is being ariangedsi;inil: except for the Lieder thfel and' iC athedill. Boys ' :Choir, the woliob'le'of the ,iai:istes will be brought 'if.i' Siiyy foil the effort. ihideliid?l m nmong, he iartistes is Eiizdaihethg, Cole, aged six aears, the sodnsdei gufi ¢'lioist. ,This :artiste re celitl Iained tl jhighest' lionours for violin at the :Sydney' Conservatolium, :inil his won scholaiishilps . entitling hei :-'to Tfii'tLhdi titition froim Lionel Cilwson. Thlis.giftedl violiniste will siove .to?lie aii: e 'sutidess;, she has alieildy gailiedlj popilarity .oi -;Sydney tages;' bedsildes havingi. won .-at the City: of Sydney "Eisteddfo'. i.:..;. :The Lieeilrtafel is aiming at, iraising at least; 50 for this war. appeal, an l oalrticulairs of bioking feess. etcl will be;iadvertisedi in these colum...

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AUSTRALIA'S WOOL INCOME Forty Per Cent Increase Expected [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 10 May 1940

AUSTRALIA'S / WOOL INCOME FOty Per Cent I ncrease Ex pected fi : re s x " ' A: i ii'rea .,f 40i~,r cent. is ]ikejnA stlia 6olI - icoei e f8r 9)93.0. ; The highe ,average price of, 4375d er .;:st l curency, for the:cp ndetl?e British' .. ri iesd i;ndl 1igi proucio a te Th foregoing, is an extract from the ffftyfi?st 'Ainiual Woool eiRiew Issueid by Wliclihomibee Catireii, Ltd. This season, accordlngh: to the'.re view, wool iappraisements in. Aus tral'iai`us the ilfrilt'ed (luiitilldes sold iprivately. pilbr ,to "'the war are esti inated? to :rlilu'tice' £58,500 ,(00 in Austildlaiii cutirency:. 'A yeil~r pevi oiusiyjr £12;5`11;b 0 00-i;s secuii;id for the wool sold "in the Coninioniealth and oversieas. ' ' The avera'ges prices i'o?tainl ed in Australia lfor the pas t'sO' years and this' season i. an as . fllo: .. S .:.:: " .. per:-Ib. 1919-30. 10.4 l 0-10 1 ..........1 .. 8. 1931-32 . . .. . . . . . .6 1932-33r .. ;.... .. ... . . . 1934-351 10 1935- ,: .3 . ,x ,. . . •. . " . 2 1931-...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 10 May 1940

"71q Sony a hopeless \>cPPle RHEUMATISM " My son was given up as incurable, described as a hope less cripple. Now he is the picture of health, and a well known Rugby football player." Mrs. J. P.'s son wris:-"'1. have recommended fe Witt' Pills for yearsfor lfe bel;ef I have rece ed ae wei g ven p ait cur 1 ." ond rheu atisn 1oinpuast trnt the idn s an ab? imto cl( r th syste so d imp ritie . Bec e Ps ills a t dir ctly on the neys you ha e proof, within 4 hours, they have reached the kidneys. Speedy relief from pain is followed by increasing benefit as De Witt's Pills free your system of rheumatism poisons. ITT'S^ " LS end the pain of Backache, Rheumatism, Lumbago, Sciatica, Joint Pains, Urinary Disorders and all forms of Kidney Trouble. Of all chemists and stores, 1/9, 31- and 5/9. HELPS TO AVOID COLDS Specially designed r the nose and throat, colds VCKS VA-TRO-NOL TREE FAVOU ITES r EVERY T ME Y N' ur old Favourite OUNTAIN SELF-RAISI FLOUR (PICTURE CARDS IN EVER PACKET) ® Ju t li...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 10 May 1940

'MANY NEVER USPECT CAUSE F BACKAC S is Old Treatment Often ings Happy Relief It is surprising how quicg y many s fferers relieve nagging .ackache ace they discover that ihe real c use of their trouble ay be c gged kidneys. Your kidneys contain 15 iles of ti y tubes or filters whil strain to waste and acids from t blood. ,healthy person should pass 3 I?s a day and so get d of 3 Sounds of waste matter. If your kidneys don't w k well, tis waste stays in the i dy and A?y become poisonous caus ug nag ng backaches, leg pains loss of p and energy, getting u nights, l nbago, swollen feet an ankles, p ness under'the eyes, r umatic p ns and dizziness. Fre ent or s ty passages with sma ing and b ning are further evid ce that s nething is wrong ` th .the k neys or bladder. lon't wait! Ask you chemist o store for DOAN'S BA KACHEE t DNEY PILLS . . . use success I ly the world over by I llions of p ple suffering with ba ache and o er kidney disorders. tThey give q ick relief and will help flush ou...

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GREER GARSON "Remember?" For At Empire [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 10 May 1940

GREER GARSON "Remember? "For At Empire Greedr Garson .is .one star' whose "best frindls '.DID tell 'lir I::llhey told her inot: topliy t?ii e an actr'i and did everytlliinjg to" discouageli i h in a solicitous and :elsil~v'ays' This :is.;tlie coiifessionf: of the star,, who is tleinedti with Rolisbeit Taylor i "Remenmber?" ivliicliie olpeii t ooiior row at the: EnaiilThre botre?.? Hild lMiss Garson ihoeded tlhthe cere advice'oi liei.?'frienils'sheii?liglil tCo-day .be a 'ehtool' teael~?erd foi .p Whic she was trained? Aithslio h she 1hstli I won five. scholaiship''id ~u wasi suc ceeding: ini hoise tecliis course sio baulhked at this i p;:fessioonanlllentier? ed Ibusiness: .hli coii?'ection ;with': lid" vertising in Ilondoi, Woihen sise nai: aged a letter' of: inltroduction to ';a stage producer he -advisedliher thiit the 50 dollar weekhi saivy.she .::wvis makning was. niore lDrefeirableito 'ithe: Insecurity 'of stage :voi:l Stilll:ier: sisting, she obtained a chtriacter rolo in '"St...

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