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Mediterranean Situation Is Not Easier ITALIAN PRESS IS STILL HOSTILE TO BRITAIN Egypt Declares She Is Ready For Eventualities [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 6 May 1940
ýýýditerranean Stwuation Is Not Easier HU311LY TUlBRiTAIl Egypt Decares She Is Ready For Eventualities LONDON, Sunday: The hostile tone of the Italian press and the presence of strong Allied squadrons at Alexandria.has not lessened the anxiety of the Mediterranean situation.' Week-end despatches from Alexandria say that the fleet is now at full strength, and Egypt is vigilant. The Defence Minister announced that Egypt was prepared to repulse an attack, wherever it might come. The GeCrian .and Italian lpress has adopted the stame theme concerniing the sutperlioity of air fleets over the strongest naval forces.' The French press, says that li:ecan-: tionary rmeasuries havr e been taken in the Balkans,' nid Turkey, Greece rind Egypt are ' priparing. for ': sudden .urn i1 events.
Broadcasting Programmes FOR TO-NIGHT 2FC [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 6 May 1940
Broadcasting Programmes:: S,, ;, ;.} .iFI];TO-NIGHT, ." 2FC "' 0 11:i:a Dnnelr` Muisle. I .7.0":;' News. 7 .15": NY w: Cniommentnr v: 7,; :.0: Jlmi? Dnvdson's Danc?1?'B3-id:;!.g:,: " .Men Tanlkling. S.": Th'd-Plisoder 6"0 Z- ?f'dk- 01:' Me tyirIy-Ga. Iound:,:;0.30n. 1',N0ws.:lO10 0. r\;" Chronicle. on'.. Gibraltar. 10.J0: Nlitional, M iiitary flood. 't0 .li;, JInDa.Meileons ;Dance" Band.; 11.50:' News.: .12.0:. Close.'.: ,i.::i'., r; ":...'2B~ o ,," iS 0 MooTui&y.S 0aadtrieo 'ail20': Slbortiin; oe sio n'5 -S, d 40 Spoctlilg : Muglne: 70 Dlnnrii'e?'rMoic' T:? 7 .?- tfier ' 'Dlinei; Sh0n'w , Naional: ? .lllltory., nniladSO.30: .e'l'? °'.;,, r l is-,, i.' L i , 'lord L-urega b sr ) 5o?). g45'"IFlo m.levlev' 0. 0. 'Re=j corred1cFen turoe.'0 i ,0 100:'Close.'.0 `., ..STATIQON52 GN'GOULBBURN';":,'''. TO-NIGHT`.: 5s:1?:'- "TlieSniiildeClub ..-Saeiso ., e?1? dele'd d:i . A.n:oe? itlo'::'Ibloa i:-'inner. l s .?is , 'l:,."'Th e.ono Rangl' " .'4 o :' ,Hloi':"Alden's?-? 'rne13 7,0 .:o."...
Making Ready Debate Critical [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 6 May 1940
Ready Debate Critical LONDON, Sunday: The English press emphasises great week-end activity in political circles as a prelude to Tuesday's debate, not only on Norway, but on the general conduct of the war. The Daily Telegraph's political cor respondent says thallgroups of peers and back belch Commoners met in private -houses duiling the past, few days to consider the) Government's action, and to forinulate' dsiggestions. One proposal that is strongly ad. vanced is "the immediate formation of a small War Cabinet. It is difficilt 'td forecast the pos sible treld of political events because of the uncertainty of the' prevailing thought in tile ranks, of the. Govern. ment's back-bench supporters. PEOPLE DETERMINED The Times 'political correspondent says that members of :the Hlouse of Commons had an opportunity' at the week-end" for .meeting constituents. They are rettirning to 'Westminster realising that there is not only a greater spirit and. determinitionl throughliout the countriy, bu...
EMPIRE "Thunder Afloat" [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 6 May 1940
"Thunder Afloat" Although some of. the scenes are ' probably'"the, most. real' tic ever. brought, 'to the sreien .they are but .p'e of: the mari?,' features. contributing .ti;.the isuccess;; of , "Thuhde' Afitt";whic: "op e'ned. at the Eire Theatre on Sat urday The. film', 'litch details a period', in the lalIdt?ar when the-dreaded U boats ;terrorgsild Americanr shipping, is liter hlly p's'cked 'with .thrills 'and dxcite montL Although ?,Gernii ?submariines toolk a- heavy toll of Allied hliipp l ng t ii:t hfsit yeas aof :the w..ear'. the' -spirltr;ofi' men who .'?go:'downnd to. thei sea: in tlp, cotild., not a blie.liibken aend'`it;' is to i theiim:' that' this, 'film "was dedicitedl , i Some of the s'es shotse? piirtietlarf.' rib: ibmiid ai'e4 t ?sa iiert :li ?atioia the'ses, areiveivid 1and1 tie photo hi'rhy ;:is, indee (:i'remarable:' Thsie . film whii was released -by '-Metroi Goldw?yn -Msayei d aiiappt b te f 'int 'viewt of the :'preset con iict}foro t succeleds in: i, i.br;igl...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 6 May 1940
MOTHERS' DAY 12th MAY Make her more beautiful with a JUNE RUSSELL .PERM From 5/6, no extras Ery Ptialnent iWave guaran t xl Iont.hs ý, ' cemicals. o t [ty .e e head. 'hoe deep, so, "rel.y rves that iWil ma e other: look more ciluarnii Mother: will look her best ." h a June;Russell Perm. Only ex periened hairdressers enm ployed' JUNE RUSSELL 338 Auburnl Strieet, Goullllrn Niear the' ]Riz Theatre Phone 404 Gouillln YOU'V E EV ASTED A I SO Delic" - nd Refreshing as 3d. A WEEK FOR HEALTH i c . That's-all it costs to take R.U.R.. regularly, and keep your system free from health- stroy ing poisons and toxins. R.U.R. th a - fh m recwf ee oi. e thero vale nt opn 4/- packet makes 26 ances. Obtainable from . C. NOGEitr AND SONS, GOULBURN. Ask For Free Bookiet. ON LY ea glAt is a way Ser e The Whole Wheat Cere 1 for Breakf st... o HERE'S a ereal that will appeal to the grocer to-day and serv a breakfast that breakfas appetites of youngsters and satisfies taste and hunger like. grown-ups al -e....
MAITLAND HOSPITAL [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 6 May 1940
MAITLAND HOSPITAL The Government proposal to assist hospitals to satisfy outstanding debts to September 30 will fall to meet the requli'ements of the Mhaitland :Hospital: by £10,000, according to the secretary; Mr. R. L. Williams. Tle Government proposes to guarantee 312,000 to September 30; but, accord ing to .the figures tabled at the lant meeting, the :Maitland Hospital will nQed' £22,784/9/6.
HE DEFIED CUSTOM AND WON ALL THE SAME [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 6 May 1940
HE DEFIED CUSTOM-' AND WONALL THE SAME .At least one',little.ad w'as deter mined, to remair ? w. r'i ; nevee;, -if it cost, inil 'his ' eh Ces itk? .acl'a st.i cYouni oniWednesdiay in ?vintry. eV a there While his rivals' in.a sprint'got on their 'mark's clad ,i 'inl.siets- ld shorts he defied all.athletic canvern: ion :by taking- h'is pla'De weingrg.- a blazer and felt that! That, however, jdl not prove too big a hiadicap' for im to carry, as,,much to,the amuse ment of officials ;dnd onlookeis, he romped home a' winner:- Young Chronicle. ,.
LIVELY TIMES FOR YOUNG COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 6 May 1940
LIVELY TIMES FOR YOUNG COUNCIL A charge that the YoungM-unlcipal Council did not have the confidence of the' people wits unmadoe by :Ald. R. Bowles at the counciil's aiiieeting. In di gnantly denyingthe,;chaige the Mayor, Aldu. A'ii, Ra::R'hbbets;, lia'l lenged Ald. 3owiles to furniish proof of his statdment t ad; ,Alli B? le retorted that, he hýcouldldo so After thil storriim had""psed Ail. C. \i. Western- ?(who'is,'i-DeputyI Mayor) said that if what id owle had stated was corre1t',he,?iouldl, 1iot wish to remain in n tihe :council, nd the Mayor in"tiim ated i:ht tthat ?twas also his view ::? 't, said the: Mayor, there was no ineeid toworiyi, asdot i the nmatter until suclhltime:as ild lBowela could prose this statement was cor rect, reports thoe Youig' ChIoni? cleo ' DepmDite oppostiion';'byl?>nl'.":'.R. Bowles, 'the coimun I wenti into .cii mittee, to' codnsider, ' the :,motbioin', of which Aid.;:. J: ::Rintoul :-ad given, notice, "That.the? appoiiit::ment agreement if t:'.iy:...
TWO MOTOR CYCLISTS KILLED IN SYDNEY [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 6 May 1940
TWO MOTOR CYCLISTS KILLED IN SYDNEY SYDNEY, Monday:- Clive Evins, 19, of Tholdiit?oil:Streetl?Druniinieoy 'aild Geofffiy .Wiillanms, 1i19; ? tfiih sl?il. address;: wereýkilledil wheiitl2eii.t?oito cycle crished: into a nioto dcai ;at thle iihtersection. of V.'-ictoria ?'Roadi-i, and dMoore Street, iDruinnioynii: last even ing. Tihe driver of .the car was.George Carpenter, 27, a steelworker, of. Ford Avenue, Bulli, who sufferedi sliglit in juries to the face aiiil legs, aid his wile, Mrs. Jeani Carpeilter, 25, suf fered from shock. Their two small sons, George and Hugh, also suffered slight headtl injuries.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 6 May 1940
MEN! IF YOU KNEW WHAT WE KNOW! This his how you would be buying these We pride urselves on the fact that our readers believe o advertisem nts-they know that we never show fictitious red tions and ever insult them by makiig absurd claims. .::v, ···; ·We hope:,they.,will still =b'hiee us when we t, 'o them that td-da~y thd' antiifac:turers'of "War glo" Pyjamas: thai't"eare offerirng at 8/1 .are aiskin' 12/6 'replacement value. The 10/6. 'Bearskin"': is to be 17/6 and the 13/6 "Sea kin" 21/, and so on right through the piece.. All these materials are imported, and war h no respect for persons. . It will be easier to sell these Pyjamas than to replace them. " W Il1 5 ' 0 " ' tIl\ Medaliunm wleight Ei FPleeey ine pyja- \ lish Twill Flannm muts of exit heavy cte Pyjans , clo.th that vashles mal t block striP ,plendidly. Small of Blue, Green at Wen's., n1140 s niI 1i' ,nv . All men O.S . 8/11 .izes. 10/ Price I ol .. l'ric.d .t. ...... "s A? SK\IN" "W VA31 VI AIt" Our heavies (lality suede...
GERMAN ATTACK French Forces Have Success [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 6 May 1940
GERMAN ATTACKI French Forces Have Success;* PARIS, Sunday: The French official communique states: "Dur ing last ninht, in the region of : the Saar, the enemy, supported by heavy artillery fire, attacked three of our outposts with strong forces. "These outposts, although surrouuld-. ed," resisted; victoriously until our; counter-atthck, led by light unit!s ltove thl1 enemy away." - EXTENSIVE .RAID " . PARIS, Sunday:. Tne Var Xu inistiry hais einlihasilsed he lipoi.tance. of;tfi Germt an raid. inithe; Siair region .: , SThe eneni 'hattacked': a post: near the iBlieFs Hive' ovei'"i the a?lt? proacli to theh Central'. Suiar setioiloo the ;Maginot;:T linei n, :_s`;::: After i hea ivy?;itillfery epariatlotl : ove: six unli'd"ireGe itihns, advane(? i.?l ?. li a uile .'fioiit, ubut the 'F trich atil lery :andt machineuioegttin. ?ros;' i?e? halted tile ridlers.; ' Ftreich scot.is :founiid :abindoned ,r atims ?.ail blootdltaitted ;iinifd'riin-, d?icit" tlisorbeGrilytieit iitnit~dintT?h: Odimi...
SINKINGS ARE DENIED [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 6 May 1940
SINKINGS ARE DENIED The Adm iralty comniuniltue states "The Germ:la clailal tb have sulnk i British battleship and a cruiser of the York class in the opDeration at lannoa'lsa ils ittiue." Tihe Gertnan t commtunlu ti enlarges On previous .fanrtastic claints of BrtL *.1h iossed. 1 tayi thaltt Gerinman le stroyers ihad d sunk. 23 allied sub-' marines and 23,000,000 tons ifLr shippliig since the. war began.
REFUGEES' HARVEST What Allies Left Behind [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 6 May 1940
REFUGEES' HARVEST What Allies Left Behind NORWAY, Sunday: Two Ameri can ' correspondents in the Stenk jacer egion state that thousands of starving refugees returned to the Namnsos area after 'the allied evacua tion. ' They :Iungrily. gorged the Allies' abanidoned food supplies and carried off large quanttities to their moun tain homes. The' Germaim high com;ma'iid in a. cammunllliqe 6stato?s;:. 'Gerlmanl. tr'OOps: are. ,marching; from Stenkjaer -to, iorthn nd are moppiilng up in tle An,, alsemcs arl'a."(
CONTRADICTORY NEWS Air Attacks Likely [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 6 May 1940
ýON7'PtADIC?'ýR Y NEWS Air At.acks Likely LONDON, Sunday: Three thousand Germans garrisoned at Narvik are facing a desperate situation as the steady and re morseless Allied advance cuts off all communications. Heavy fighting is reported to he progressing amid a raging snowstorm. It is understood that 1000 Germar. are holding bridges andc tusrnels on the; iron ore rail way.from Narvik to Sweden. Swe lish sources relport 'Itrelittlinary ai u ctivitity at Nartik sugaesttng that t[he GerilnalS will marke a atrong old in tile air to relieve the pressure oat land; forces. 'The .Gelrmaiuls in soutileln tand tcen tral Noqivay are actively consolidating positions. 'Neiws froli tiese atletas is menagire altthough iit applears-. that" ieolatedl Norwegian . dtletiachlmelltsu , using gierilla tcictcs, are still tresistingthe ?Gernmlan int thle mountain regions. NOTHING OF IMPORTANCE Tihe War'Oltiffce comnmuniquestaetes: "Tlheire ihas beeni Slight 'enemy air actiri:y int this 'rea." , GERM-AN CLA...
From Everywhere South Goulburn School. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 6 May 1940
fJ'romEverywhere Souilh:(ioully o lurn '.L School. . Thl Minlister for, Edtlld?uton rMr. D. .i D'u) mmob d, has .inrormod Mir. 1'oll l'. .IL h.ta tho ?a et ud CL kiing With .rigrtdto he t?ii r'? o ii lenltnts' ai Southli: oulhirn Pif !,Sc,??ib lool viilld : nb?uh uildgihc n d e'it. thoarliest Rogby football pltiyeuean tgyahlQDs bioitai i il ( li} iford Stoi e.St tbon f5llluota ibrio elg Hieohow'thuoiii ho il ich c 'H I:Di ak enhi . cL A m nbl io '.'fito e hitbc4Q e y tb n u flittbol tom e. catuiemit^` 'Tlih Miister' fori Eu: BiclttIlo `-w".jilr: r' `Drumi ondiei t i fefeoceo to relesion tatioes ,by the ;,eecro-sry of ithe P. dn'd C. Aossociation"Mis. J RHtDonog hoo, writ to ir ? .:J:-' Tuily .L;hA., Stating" thlit fivouiratile conisfderation couldf :it .bo lilvic ait ioient .to the prilos?il to kciect , 1w o dhss onoTi. Arrangiiemienic s lail licen de .cto for waiid teni No d.:.' 'd dl-he .questio:i of an' iidditIonl teacelic ";vas i unodel consideration. Utngenilore ,a niis1inds:: ...
678th State Lottery STRATHFIELD HOTEL WINS FIRST PRIZE Another Draw On Wednesday [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 6 May 1940
STRATHFIELD HOTEL WINS FIRST PRIZE Another Draw On Wednesda SYDNEYi, Monday: First prize in the 678th S!ate" LDoi-:' ;'' tery. which was drawn this morning, was won by the ."Geii: It F.E." sy..dlcate; c/o F. O'Connor, Strathfic-la 'Hot:el, StrathEield. Secnl- til ,ia''C ncit .:i " tic '.eaIc " S?j? lictie Mir?r l? i Mcl )nald, ;I o 'rli G ldlrid; - rd to he" 'Rising u ." Siuidicaic, ,? I . i . - ' S the '1Unhnuchy" ' Syindh·coca1, s4E ! Foter ?:.?.44 ojhison ti cot;: . * : Lottery 679 'i.1 1 be dra ie WerI esdy ri morn;l g:;;;°='e"i Followlng -:swere, the. prize-?Innilng number' drawn.du];,: 2ii;Prize, 1000' ' '- 5 1 3r Pr110 . '', 0 "iI `>=']dlO ! : i.41986: , 37923, 470335'5.775' 5971563219 73769 3715' 7636 786 71: 97118 ' 10 'PR?IZES '' £30?, 31 1901, 8006 15134 15893 38270: 2958643 ::06954555 641660"` 10 P-RI ZES I' AT '10 ·- 2o9~21 P i·26(,?i'9??065394 6405 '5252 1202 L"23591J.lSJ39`122' 46552' s :53575.57651' ,73280 97990 j97997 '1666"~G 1998 22933 "21 611 .26021 : 27577 29...
Scarlet Fever Outbreak Shows Signs Of Waning [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 6 May 1940
Scar leI Fever uftbreakShows Signs OfWaning Wi th only 17 ipttients, in h: isolation 'lardd at the District ' os:tlal the" lowest. forj some months it seems as if the scah Slet? fever i'outiealt t ise, definitely. : Thex.first,', case'.-wdvsisnotiflid'. sIx monthis.:. aegosiand for the .pist, ,tVo :antlih t: n tiiuiheoif.o p: t fitIents :in :hosp! l' has ot fiallen belol the 2 5. mark Ahont' if n nta 0io thero ;were' 35 sclareot fever patfents ;the hihest In the hlistoriybof tliheiistittititon. ichluded -luttlie 1.7ppatlents still S?''hospibi l ::aire!- i liii fronm;st:. Pati:cl's?:C;bToIl'ee ?v:hlch `was teni iioririlv closcil doll ioiviwig to T*'lie ephidemic: I :There ?i.re always' few' cases of scai :let:fe ei iepoirt? e?i li ydi'; huit the o tbittrea has? i i.rarely; oxtned: n tl'' ani?' i? 1oiles' yisno:mal thqG f"i stkto' cop tract'i he'complaInt shireaito dults;More; chldren, ho',e';?9i lilavp enhsniimtied lto thei isolationvard' th'anif adults
Cabinet Weapons Wanted [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 6 May 1940
Weapons Wanted LONDON, Suriday: The at-. titude of Labour leaders to the war is shown by two speeches made on Saturday, says the Blitish Foreign Office. Sir Ernest Bevin, of the Trans. port Workers' Union, said: "We, are tired of hearing how ohe small ship twent out and tackled' overwhelming odds and. how two fightersv.eent into combat with ten raiding bombers. It is all veiy well for' the coantry'E meni to haIdt cour'age;i-bat, what the3 want is equality of. wetapons. Mr. W. Laithlr; of tue Miiners :Federation,- saidi "VWehave ni ro oon for those dismitllid,'simiits .who set in every ::fresh phasel of :ourstruggle 10roo0 for tdoli ?lng. the triunlph of the cause we havle .iunldertakelt." Labour leailers, including ;the leader .of tilhe Opplostlon,;Mir. Attlee, severely criticisel lUthe ,overnment in speecher yesterdaiy, anid tonnouiced their "in. tesitioi, of aid if c"ci earclhing iibstionst ahbot thli' Norwegltiii'dailnpigii 'wllien thd: "Iduseltblfi'" Conlihoits Ineetsao on, Tues...
Heard and Seen Lucky Man [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 6 May 1940
Ieard and Seen m]lessed'' ijs the(' man wh. ho has 'developei'tlihe knac?kl ['+ o listening to his vif::iiil' theradio fit -the lsamlO a'shiisin'I.Toug"h AR oioei oon?h.? 1.u runs away :''.i't ?ll an?icomes:.hiome to tell > oM stI s nieaiir+Oa i wi th'ih their" lo?t,:;ai'toei',; th`ol Shvi opiboilt a . home on' ii 1~..t ~ '~'; '