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AUBURN ST. To Revert To Council's Control [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 10 May 1940

AUDBURN S T. To Revert To Council's Control AfIcir being in the hands of". the l)Deparltmentl of Mahli Itonicas ior the past two years, tile con crete roadway ini Aubnurn Street Sis to revert to the control of the "City Council. . _an a.letter to list night's meeting of council the: Departmeni's .Divi sional Eng ineer at: Goilburn, Mr. J;' James, advised Ihat the' departnient would- be. pleased:: to' hand: iback to counell the control b'of, linaintenance work at once on the con?crete ;section of the .uine Highwhay .within'? the city and he: would?l.-bd bpleased lrto corifer with co uilcil's?:oftli'cers-, iwith. a vieso to deteriniiiitine ' the iiost: suitableL date for eff ectingxtlit'- treiii' . Mr.: JRies 'saiidn that i;' regarld st_ the" nixifxteiaxice of Ithe renmaildieor af the', higihwaxiay tl'ih'tithe city' area.; the' departiient, woiuld'co'i'inue ,tij tarry out the illialltehailxlcaiui til: thi. completdi: of the cd istructi nh' w'6irk north': bf :.the. c<iy:;Whe...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WOMEN'S BOOTEES Helping To Pay For War [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 10 May 1940

WOMEN'S BOOTEES Helping To Pay For War Despite the war, British craftsmen are ulpnolding a tradlition which runs ack to to e htiys of Kiing Alfred, who not only lauinched thoe.British Navy, out foundelll the country's footwear industry by traillillg prisoners of war Lo make boots fI'or his Anglo-Saxon soldiers. overseas delandl for Britishi foot-: wear has so growll in wasr tilme that one inianufaclareir of hand-llntde shoes has just opened ai n? factory with. four months' orders oni 'hanld, most of them fro Enpire anlld f'oreign countries. Footwear actually ship pod froml Britain showed a'n inclease during the first six months of vwar and nlinaufacls rers 'state that they are colitinuing to send abroad inore shoes in biot'ht; medium, aid .ihigh grades. Empire .co!i?tries, U.S.A. and :ei"= ta:in European centres are'the leading buyers. UI.S.:A; ile buyling welt shoos. and the more expensive riding boots, ilnd bootees are selling not only there but also in North, Eirope and Swit zeir...

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

LIONT TELL C THIS AWFUL A IITS,'s r U E CC £ov I l ( f tits, rL e fillil thle cot yo canl ob Aut, (11 ireelyi:ic rom Iinlets omi-lii0S/: X15, 5/; 1.7/J(} , 7~ 1,0115 1 leym1lr; 11 5 llin 1 chi imir fc , 1 I t oss.io n o sicely. SI immnioep c iiI u IS. Iii li IT' I. Li 0 "S. & . bankll CIIallblle Car l b aiiisoc and Au1(burn Stelt.l Tel ..pione: G 0001 ur o'18 BUT ` DOCTOR -O~ TiLO ind f 0111th llg T LLME A FOOD i CAN RELIEVE. tHSll iuWFUL CONSTIPA\TION c l-m AiND ni son hi Hi `r Isriiisli trilt N IT ° THE fAF 2~ ~ ~ w UtIY 0 Iw 11iolerit remedies rota4101 ttnntececssnlry"! C:ri'p A'rct ircet Breakfal~fst Qcrcai relieves ii I n ipi 1 A'atrrrr~ally You tarIle cons~lipolc IIIccls Il mae go l-sll, rmy glt ii scm s te 1' ac (nu' nlolalero f ds lack,,, 11 k, In I':Ill, they gel :,h ost colk· liiil 13)4 s h em1i nto l hi m)ieni . T c rrsilne of SlaT1vi Ili tr t1Ihy MODis too YCligh N PS ,kc.. the -p o iiiiiii t of sit plrgiaiv es or 511 tg bmII~l S eoer trir Ilnrcyl rrill I use. is...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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REPAIRING BURRINJUCK Town Planners Offer Criticism [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 10 May 1940

REPAIRING BURRINJUCK Town Planners Offer Criticism Mr. Iertram WV. Ford, president of the ''own Planning Association or New South. Wales, told a meeting of the association yesterday that thrbee engineers, including one of the inos??tlstinguished in Australia. were prepared to give evidence before a Select, Committee condlemning the" dociston to spend £1,800,000 on re pair~.to Burrinjuck Dajt. SMir. Foril said he had beei' told by the engineers that the ,work -of reconstruction , could be carried out at a cost of about £50,000; and inll a fail safer manner than ' that pro posed by the Government. "I understand it is intended to cut a vertical chase in the dfitih and lfill it with wateritight nmaterial. D1y do ing this the construction milght be weakened; leading to grave danger' for inhabitants below the 'danm. "Although the Government is sup posed to have consulted men with the highest engineering qualifica lions, I am not satisfied that the right, thing is being done 'after hear-' ...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHOOTING ACCIDENT Injured Man's Predicament [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 10 May 1940

SHOOTING ACCIDENT Injured Man's Predicanmeit Although his condition late yesterday was reported to be sat isfactory, it has not yet been as certained in Goulburn whether Constable W. (Rex). Rayner, who was injured in a. shooting, accid-, ent near Captain's Flat on Wed. |nesday, will lose an arm,.: It is now Ilisclosed that' tile a was.. neirilusly injuied, the ;hai'ge.lin'.t :licti.ng a giaping. :yivild !extexid'ni roin the, elbow 'to 'thli ivi wrdtl'The1 constable is also, sifferiig;; fri i ldliss of blood, in :the' facieof t hlil hie:dle played gr&lt fdrC itude; . ".'i:''.:'; '; In company with :'Mr :lia.rlCReitiMu feti., formerly of Goifiin aiihd'Mrl1 Boswell,.: manager. of the Cliptiiih' Flat. brainch '.of tli.e Bank 'of N'.S.W Constable :iRnynel i.;i;hio ~ ';statioeie in this city fetor l;aome yeairs veliit.on a shooting. expedition adbout 15,l iiiles; from . Captain's Flati ., oi. :Wediesday afternoon. i :. . The' party had just reIaclieiied, li.cono stable's calri int...

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

WINDELLAMA DANCE \?indo'llllnt ladies are detelrmlined to" '(1o their share ill helpilg the Lord ivor'is .)atriotic funds anld. judging b theli enthllusialn the gala dance ,to l.e: held to-morrl:o night p.romises in'; lie i, t success.. An ecs'lell( nt or(cli(hestrai W ll provide the udale.:

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
German Convoys Attacked Submarines Inflict Serious Losses On Nazis [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 10 May 1940

German Convoys Attacked Submarines Inflict Serious Losses On Nazis SLON)DON, Thursday: Hea~v: Germian losses in cinlvoy ships :?a'ie reported. The British Admiralty a:lnounces that attacks were made": on tiree Ge'rmal coinvoys. Biritish subinarines were responsible fori the : success in thei; attacks :on the transports and supply shis'ps. Onec attack wa.s iade on tenll enemy ships. :Six' tlorpedoes, weic fired i and :founii:: their marinnik. 'i'hiis` :heli'e 'ir;egistei cdi. on , thel second. coniO i'and to, o Another sailing: iidependeit of ,the conlvoy was sunk, and still ,another, was drriven aishorea aid: taorpedoed.

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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Deciduous Fruit Trees [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 10 May 1940

peciduous Friit Trees Deciduous fruit iees sholilrl not be translilanted: untIil.growth is dormant, but .provided : the.' lnnd has been tlioriolghly .pi'e-:. pared and ais in moist but niot over-wet condition, It is an, adl ,antage to plant as soon as ipos-. slble after the dorrmant, stage has been reached; ?.:.:: ..: The rood beldni''es active : anil ;pidws out small .new, rootlets.long lore the top. shbiovs any, sigit ..iof d pitY in the' sirig; :,this .is often plticeable whei ftlifting. youing trees at the nursery. The, advantage dof braing the tree in.Its permaaiaent.:lposi lon when this early lroot' activity. skes place is o\bvious. ,:'./ : hefore planting, the roots slould a examined closely, and all bruised ar broken roots cut .away with a ,arp knife or pruning: sheairs.:It .Is do necessary toeleave roots longer ian from 6 to 8 inches on the young .ree . : , The hole should have a mounid or srown in the centre, solthit the i:oots ?ay be spreadl in t their natu;al: pbsl lion ...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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Russian Warning "No Adventures In Balkans" [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 10 May 1940

Russian Warning "No Adventures In Balkans" LONDON, Thtirsday: Accord ing to an American corresponid ent at Sofia, Soviet dilplomnats sa . that Russia: has: iwarned' England ,France, Germanyj?and Italy ,that she .will' not tolerate any Balkan, adventure.? Repolrts ar1e spirdeading th?ioughout the Ballkans,:that Russiia ilid Yuieo salvian .military. talkes. re :opening. soon. Ruissia is hbelidvedto: be keener for a rapprocheo ent thani; Yugo. slavai. The Rome.iiress" cointiiuesoute . clise Englandl : anrd i.Fra'ibe:of tryiiig to provoltek., war in :the, Med itei"-, ranein. r______ '

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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TABLE TOP NEWSPAPER FEATURES LTD. PUBLISHED BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 10 May 1940

Eden Phillpotts (Copyright.) NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED BY FEATURES LTD. . SPECIAL.ARRANGEMENT i"We' may rgard ourselves as IayV ing: paireld on this motion,",he said. "You' were for gaing 'back, of course, bilt I wl'' enltiroly ? ipoll tlhe side of Jana: I think lshe's da d right,. I t isn't .oinly. the :silIdersi,:. I'ui looking: n lotf do per; than the :pi rd'm's.{ " I belihavee' mos1t' surely. .that' w.we're oil the' 0 ige. o1 atrnioindous upheaval.| here; Tile ;time is riie: for ,it and eierything poilits: to the lrobabillty. \Vt know' that carthtinake; is t.hi'eat onling thle mnailnd.; .Thle glass is going mail andl the -hliat' ashoro no doubt'. iiicreasing. We. ought, to :bi: steauning 'north,: or south, .for :nll 'a? aire worth .insstead of 'lying 'alongsidez this, dlanger zone :askiing for1 i ::' "There's alw'lys sea0 ioom,': alrgted Pardo. ."Wh\li ',cal. hpp'en iif- :tlil island blew ul? :' '"l'll tell you 'if 'ou :oli't know," ainswered the otheir. 'Ifi'we've just air'ived by :S...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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CLOUDY, UNSETTLED WITH THUNDER [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 10 May 1940

CLOUDY, UNSETTLEEDM1i! ...,::WITH :THUNDEi ' Forecast: . Generaillycloudy iandii: somoewhlat u'isettled ; ?itthe' cel?ral-: districts w;ltli thuinderdeVeloing;^ nbrt.h-west ' to sboit.h-.;est ,wiilds;^ later becoming cool from'ithie vest;',l *p.telics. of thilstiand fogt 6 bhileflyin;: the southern ialid. eiisteriareis;:.

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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U.S.A. STRENGTHENS FIGHTING FORCES [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 10 May 1940

U.S.A. STRENGTHENS:''-; S- FIGHTING: FORCES ?:?WVASIINGTON 'Thursday S?senate' hiasn agreed. to iinciease the" navy by: 11 rier- cent::,: It- hais ailso agreed -.t9 Incieasing;the elevation of the gins; this :gkihig the: guins a inothei :four isiles rdige 60, n ; Senate also passed a:,measure ;prD hi btllg the purchise .of :all foreign; sil ve ftly, optcii o llroagenntopt oter World 'Setrvcel on 'oiadtoil tton to: o',thier??p'cluhtl coIxI e .s'of: tolrfoolmiton ' t? .'!uedw .lit theo cootttlattoo ot :the overseah'"l Intbllltgnce xitbli.jotettl o:h' t oos o ansu.?uld "allt rtghts tielei, ,ln t?-A ltralhot:r i ' ax .Nex" *,aZe!ttd ofRrese.x.rvedi ? %* :S'-? ":: ? : ,LSxchx or tx xx::catt cl:ri'"vs ' "ýlr fthl s iossoto ns I9xs o txaetltdraptpearedxtln ."The':tThnos": onnd.o'ssexxl lto :thlts:ptl) r thy OteliCotl.pter Is.stion . -It. :t.thord' ibe. indlersl ood:,:tha'U n o?rxx oi i Irn tn ivOn r nor t :.tho: oo f '.T:tle Tlteso"'" urlotos' extre0sly i:xttexti to' bLo s'.

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TEMPERATURE READINGS TO-DAY [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 10 May 1940

TEMPERATURE', READINGS ?'" " ::`. O `:YE ~ ··DAY XDSTurD&.X..a or 4 l .ini in . . .

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Girl Guides' Venture Novel Marathon [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 10 May 1940

Girl Guides' Venture Novel Marathon SOange and .Millthorpe mem-:,, hers of the Girl Guides' Associa- :1 .ion are to, carry a "mail bag. - to Bathuirst in the first stage, of :a novel nmarathon race 'to-Syd?i ney., ' :' :The idea of this iiin litioi is to cai'ry . gifts to the, city, from:i. the furthermost parts of the State: -; ..Money: is .ta ,be collected in. each' area, conv;ertod into a crossed cheqliie, placed :in a" miniature 'mailbag. andil elayed by any' method of transport-' ailr, plane, 'horseback; foot-,,.or any: other. means available. ;After the bags are handed to the iear est chntre to that:inwhlich money is collected,, 'they will be handed on until they reach Sydney. Girl Guides of the British Eympireo hline 'been offered' the privilege oc iaising funds for the purchase of the first two ambuilance: aircraft to be used by the 'Royal Air Force during the war. To this end, "Guide Gift Week" will be obseriaed from. May 10i to Mayi25 throughout the 'Empire, with the clima...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BOMBERS OVER BERGEN [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 10 May 1940

BOMBERS OVER BERGEN Picture shows a German supply ship and a warehouse blazing fiercely after an R.A.F. attack on the harbor crowded with shipping.

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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MID-WEEK SHOW PREFERRED A., P. and H. Society's Decision [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 10 May 1940

MID-WEEK SHOW SPREFERRED A., P. And H. Society's n; o Decision T, In spite.of strong opposition from a section of the corn ; iniittee yesterday's meeting of the Goulburn A., P. and H. ! :.Society re-affirmed its decision to recommend to the South-**.,ii em ;:,: ern Tablelands Show Societies' Union that a mid-week'show '" .: be held in Goulburn next year. . . , ,; A show of .lhands rllS vealed 'that' the majority of, the 'momberis ,wvre in favour of a week-end show, but Mr. .' E;" F Lloyd aind ',lr E:bli-ray. conLtelnded that before the e lteration couldt be' effected,' notice of: motioi would haive tobe given:: ' "This' is, such a small mecting. that it, 'vould 'be' grossly unfaii::o to take any~'action' in the eniatter ,' declared Mr. Lloyd, who adldedl that inotice would'' hliav ' to .be given so :'thit opi pientots. of the .,proposal could sub niit their argimients lgaiilst the iplan. Tile dlecislon, which was reached Safter : lengtlhy discussioni, wa?s tl'e outcome' of ,,a quest...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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HOLLAND INVADED Air Battle Off Amsterdam [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 10 May 1940

Air Battle Off Amsterdam LONDON, Friday: An air 'battle is raging over Amsterdam, with fighter planes diving on bombers,' says the Amsterdam corres pondent of the British United Press. A column of smoke was seen arising from the direction of 'the Schipol airport, but it is not known whether it was caused ,? by bombs. I)i:OME I)I EI)' O ,E e, erman 'planes 'bombed. Welsch.ap airfield:( "near Endhaveon in Holland. Tliihee' Germani planes,: attemiipting to land in Souberg were: fired: on. 'Paracilt.hu , fight' i t lalIdedl 'ieat -Delft, 1i itils troii IIg e,'4 -md i.over,.i 1(1 laidi d nie, LONON 'Frlday:: The Bllrtish Jnited Press coriespiondent' ss ,s thord aire. :unconflimied 'reooits tthat the' Gerlianss have crossed' ,he" frolitl'er it Rooiinond. i : NtailLerous-lpliueo ivreo'sighi t"' i iii int Slutiinen Ilying w?stuai!d; . -" n nmbe of° parnobtltists de'-, ? en"ding lit "utrdtnslildrecit Aniil othert polnts.

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

A Chicago doctor clais th'at', it. every car was fitted with sae'ty iglas,? there woulds be an enad of car sick ness. He. says that soobie' plaii:-glass. is slightly wavy; ycausing, the visions to be distorited as much' as:'62 :.per cent more than:; when ?:safety iglass, with good plate, .is fitted. ItC. is this distortion, he;?ciaffim? ? ?lic?hl causes, the sickness.:

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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Battle For Narvik Continues HINTS GIVEN BY NAZIS OF WITHDRAWAL But German Troops Still Pressing North [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 10 May 1940

battle For Narvik Conti OF WIlTHDRAWAL But German Troops Still Pressing North LONDON, Thursday: German sources arc hinting at a withdrawal from Narvik and a consolidation of the defence line at Mosjon. It is pointed out that Narv k is not important strategicall ly and the Germans could blow up the railway to Sweden' and the docks, necessitating repair; which would take years. ': " SNevertheless air traInsports' contiiine to streriiniilorti Inth lai-; ing forces ly pairalchutes, north. anlc nortil-eist 'l'ro ii' .;N rvildc, ':" : : ' lor thlie Iulrpose of attackicng thleNorwvegin n forces c i i th? 'i:c F'-ierea. :i: i.'' . Frenich Ali?bie Troopis ~ ies elii' to ,establish posts Iin tithe moruntains so thatthey cin ti?ous itiGerman:'"ach ine-gun nests. 'A'Norwegian patrolwipedou;a Germian p-arty placin dyaili e It a tunniel of :the raiixay thich pio: German bomnbers- cdontinuei' th'eir Small?British' -sir ui t ?s a i operatinig. SADVEDhKING"WAAIKON'iý x sav ed H.l i kon--,s i Irinsi-...

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THE SALVATION ARMY [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 10 May 1940

.THE SALVATION ARMY'? Office a attending-the; anonal Con` giess Conilicilskin Sydney 1 ietnurnei Goillhurii: yesterday 'The "' Motheis' Day: services 'tobe conducte'l in the Clifford : Sti?et Citadeloln '?'oi nnda morningasoiln eviening" ýi?ill be nn.iiidez. the`cili ection `of` Majo a lIiatteii aniid Smaitt:,: resliectiively, iti issistlin officeis ipaiticipating. A :slpecial ,'Moth'ers': Day?song sheet: Sith api?D liilate sonigs adl :solos will ive significaiice' to. dt lay:s 'plt iiitial appeal. :.Thelietransfer of enmployment' of Depliit ?Sei?Majo[iriol Edenii;\:ll inale these'services ;i':farewell to',the Eden, family. At the woonin's, md-weekly imneeting on Wednesday afternoon the subject: 'Sunshine" will be dealt, with l s a 'Members' Afternoon." A farewell social will be held at night.

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