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

Solday uamrs vkse two:' inportat, dates iin: tie Church:: calendiur;;, The' first is the aiiniversary? of Pentecost,: aind t?~the liorhing:service will be de-, voted to :this" event The scrvice :will be broadcast and :the subject will; be "Pentecost F...Eulfilled." .:The.",second is MIdthers' Day. To honour the mothers, a.special tea will be provided at (i p.m. A large .iumi ber is expected to. be present, and to :remain.tilll. the' evening service,. when Rev. 'F. E Peffer. will preach oin the subject ',The deal:: Mother." All. 'Ehdeivoriiel;s 'are ::asked to note thitl the"annui.al mieeting,of the Christian 'Endeavour Society will be held on .Monday evening:

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHURCHES Services For Sunday MOTHERS' DAY [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 10 May 1940

CHURCHES Services For Sunday : MOTHERS' DAY 'Jiere " will le a special .i": t tiiche ' Il)asy service in. St. A -i 'ile's lkiidtrgaitein Oi? Sunlday i t1 a iii The? .~sliii d',? i 'id gtt .t ildrep ihein it, 1to ': '.At tthe too? servics is St.c Andrew' o'il: Mothii'is' Dl;y spcial soloists have. the;°meetisgs :of- tid Gener l ;A elilbI' willt be: held ile.t vweei andi po'l;ton of :,the followting twie?k?e Th' Rev:: S Russell Scott is? attendinlg? these oietingsg aintd will be ,'absint fiom Gioulburii durlig: this tiime: The 'Riglift Re, ': P. A..' Smlith; tlie new- Moilerator of t he Gocnerial, .As semiblyo'f N.S.W. , hs a slted the ,Rev,6 S. Russell Scott: to: 'preach :at : the Assembly ,service on lay' 19. The nulDpit of. St.- Andrew's awill :,be "slup-' ilied :by ::an "Asseinbly apilolntl?leli ,on thldatdate. :The tie' heating sys tem? inl St. An drew's Church has addedl to the 'coni; fort oaf the. congregatlon. All" i.nviita-' tior.is' extended .to all metllbeis' and 'adherents...

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

METHODIST. Next Sunday Is otheis -Day ;.and throughout the : ?ethodi st cCircliit special .reference will ite . made Sver'y effort is-bii?' ade'to tinimake the nlay memorable AtGoldsiith Street Church etierewiI?ii bei full do coratiois ofwito flowters 'At the nornfg. service the?sololist will be Miss Thelma,Delhm,' who :.will render "That s w hat God imade Motherr for. The 'afterfooii service' ill coin nence dat "3 o'clock.'i All: "letilhdist Sunday Schboosisl, iji~l gathered to= gethei'rat thisaceitre; and the pro gramme has" been:. specially arranged: in 'honour "of i.tothers:• Adults, :cs-, lecially motheiirs asre cordiailly ,invit ed. " Theogallery vwill beh used on this :doccasion. . Rev. N. ,T. Bradshaw will give -a shortn adiress, and a' hIymn: whichl he composed: will bo:sunig.:: Tlhe Brotherhood ~ill meet 4t 5.15 whef, afte:. a hbasket ltet Di. R. G. Woods ,will' glyve, an address on "Palestine.'." Dr. Woods vwill speak fronifirst-hand experlelidc, and;those who hear him 'a...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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ST. SAVIOUR'S [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 10 May 1940

ST SAVOUR'S. Thie Vice-Dean. i ill be the preacher at Evensong in 'St'i Saviou'r's Cathe' dral at 7.15 -on Suridiy. '''There will be a Sung Euchaiist at 11 i.m.Tlide Bishop of Goulbrirn· will.be the cele brant, and.,Rev:':D. A .:Garnsey vwill preach. Holy Coomunlounih...will, be celebrated at 8 a ni. . Kippilaw and I' arira .ill ;be, visited for celebrations ,of. IHoly Commilniani at 9.30 and :11 ai.min respectively:., The Rev. 1-I: E: Palmr will preacli a.t Evensong at East .'Goulburn,;and the Rev. John Baskintvill.take'IEven;: song 'it South Goulburn. The community: singing 'concerts will be contil ued in oTuesday uiiglht in the Parish HIall . : CHRIST CHURCH, WEST GOULBIURN.t ' On Whitsillday,v there w',ill: be :ab celebration' 'of ':IHoly .Coimmunion ;:ii 7.30 ai.m; i ; Thls-isis often. c'alled the birthdaliy.:of, the 'Cluichcl, but 'it; is' better, to think::of it"as theldday oni' which the ',Apostles ..received l'power to do i and, dre everything .fori thiei: Master's sake. It...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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Il Duce Quiet But Students On Rampage [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 10 May 1940

I D u ce But Students On ,Rampage' ROME, Thursday'.y "You mustst accustomed to my sileiice.'Only acts will break it,'" declaredl Mussolinil .ti a brief address to a?ciowd,-of :75.0"iO1 gathered to 'celebrate the.-"fourth.~iiPi4 niversary of the Italian .,Emdiireai?.: After his speech oebir 1000,studlets paraded from: tile square ouitsil?l tlie palace. ` They then :ni'archeid to,:the DOiriman Consualate, shoating ."!::''Down?ii )itiill England, and. Fraiice'! 'Heli IitlHeir! Down iith Democracy!" , ;?. It was the first<demonstr ation1ln Rome for actual, suppot. of Geirn anyn? The demonstratorsi cheeied :] iltlrr' anld atsked . :cafe proprietor? tl play the Jerman .anthem. They then aitrd swastika flags.

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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AIR LOSSES COMPARED Result Of 64 Attacks [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 10 May 1940

AIR LOSSES: COMPARED Result Of 64 Attacks LONDON, Thursday:, Interesting figures relating to aerthl activilty.iin Norw ae' ie beig circulated in auth-.. oiritative quarters, where 'it is stlited that R.'A:F. losses conimpised 65 po cent of the. airciaft out of over 1000. employed iii. operation, w:hich ini ,luded 64 attacks' on enemy bases-- 54 in Norway, nine In Denlinirrk aiid: one at Sylt, states the Blritish Foreigh Office. German losses were, ronsideralbly higher, the destruction of 03 aiircraft being confirmed, while it is probabble that 'at 'least 40 more will never fly again.

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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GOVERNMENT TO OPEN MINES Free Labour Call On Monday [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 10 May 1940

OPEN MINES Fr ee Labour Call On Monday :;:.".'., SY'DNEUYri . ; la: S:, ecs i p ofi-do conal ;r iihl o ne" vii l ' to- la ;.,: Si orid? ii by t licihe coiiiiiiucuu eilt .(Uoveriunienit ito'. reope: tleir'i moines on .m ondu; muh nn ini 'vilain Ibc l . m'a'The Prime eMinilsters ( ?Mr "enzile3' satid 'in the House of Re?? lifesentatlvei yesterday i?that,: he e iected ahn'ilg 'inmajority' of 6Riiners to an?swer then cl Io lneworkers" - Hee told `;ir James . !:ur NS,:, ) t iht .e 'id no: fear 9;l:vil` strife `:on(thecoalfieldsai s a 'resul of the reopenlng ofir e mines: lin? leladers yesdteday decl ned to say' wheither ihe strike 'iwo ilc;l continued or caled off. nSoon afSter son ew/S.i n 'dof th'&" m nleit ini oCanlberra: last;?ni'ght It si ,lerned niade: to-' il : ..i:oduct.o ,ca I e?'ij lr?esumed 'within: two 01oi three diys'at'sonmermine :InformatIon recelvec:aty Canherma clai thatiskilled I;labour ,woull e' avai'lalitejl?" Mr 'n told ?Mr (Jams'. "(L7abo'ur' -N.S ).";I'Sl n...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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MEN'S HOCKEY Notes And Comments [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 10 May 1940

: .MEN'S HOCKEY: Notes' And Commentsi The :Central:: Southern' Hockey sA socialtion'5: seison 'will be :ol'fficially opened . to ?-lnio lyow. afternooni , when Iitilies, w;ill be play'e?it athe isiorts gloindou and?iKefim : . "-Tl nily formed ' Central Soutih telini 0sh1iilil?0devolopi into - st?ing . rNhl; tliot le'ell lip to thelr pievlois titaitd"i ntill avicqiiii t tiee vicca 01 flee i3rioi, ot "Vest Waril, , lgoalkeet Ii '- es''t '11 y'not yet iit full t ietrngtlt iog to ill olays' wh;, lile'"sed?i ai? eiie :Boy Scotu sllave fort idt htla shllou l iirio v-er "ystr oiim;: { and htliii idiog?i'ess;. will ed wiatclied? ith iiter est. ..Tlie', sportsg?roind ; is in excellent tiim and good. hockey ;shoull' be ?doil: to mor ow.? , P.layers aii'n asked to itoo that 2.15 p.i is.,the "colect starting, time for the eii:rly rgteities ? iml',lat :'Stiir ts" will Iestilt:t inpa ihatiealty. :: : 1wo newcomers, Tomn Poidevin' aidt Geoff .lBientitock,; welre '?oticedtliist week.. , SPli'yi rs ...

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MOORE TOO GOOD Sabatino Defeated [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 10 May 1940

MOORE TOO GOOD Sabatino Defeated · .:Ar-chie IMoore, othe Amierician middle 'weight boxer, justified the high opin ion formeid of his,/bility when he de fe ated Jlon- Rchards, by a decisive victory against Atilio Sabatino at the Rulshcutter 'iBay Stadiumin last night. The contest was stol?ped after five rounds. '. " . . S. Sabaltijio's loft eye was cut in ,tho third roiind, but. this wa;. not . the main rcoiaon fIor .the 1ereferee, Mr. Joe Wallis, nitervenminfg... *Moore's versatile - attack .had Sabatino troubled early. He adopted" different metholds from those usedlin his engagement against Richards, atnd landed ptunches lf'om all angles, gigainst which Sabiftino "could not defend _himself., At the: close of .the foiurth round the police inspector in 'teirviewedi Sabatino and Iris seconds to ascertain if Sabatino was able to continue. Sabatino said ,he wasi pre pared to icarry on.. . .After.the contest, Sabatlimlb siid ii the dressing rooii; that hb considered IMoore ilie greatest...

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

SCHOOL HOLIDAYS It wI· B tfltedI in ye'ster(iy'9 Post tlihat; Coo'11) ui Dubltc schoolB woIVuiI Iresumne-stluIic. Iaftel. the aintumi n'ace tion- on M.j\i;y 2S; Psw'as; .' "typo'. graphicaiI ovror :aid should: hay e riced bra~y, 1 ·sr!1!'~:i c~l~l· ~nl@li;;!c! slr\·iltci l

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MENANGLE PARK Yesterday's Race Meeting [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 10 May 1940

MENANGLE PARK Yesterday's Race. Meeting SIRes ul . .it .the Ilenaingle P r' ' •e meetirg hell yesterday; were:-l Maidet; Welter °Handli cap, f. PADDY IiAC "1, Olive Biranch ..2, .Vilp.irl 3;Bettlit: 2 P'addlv Mac.S Olive *BIai:3c:1i 20 Vlipiihi:i! tNce'lckl, 'two l'wo.Ye?i'Olld Hadicii? ;, f.L. TONG 1 "iit ihenus 2 ,Swe':- Auibirn. 3. -Bett.Ing': ?lve?nq: lejon.?, 7,2 ,,Ma' thiees, 139 Sweel Aubuin Fo len:,ou; gtis, twn and ha .lialf'lenigths. Trime; 9 Novice Handlic ap:."5f':rFl.rti Divl:, dion.-PROTONA :.Th~6it'ze 2, Wing foot 3.: R~ettliig: i7-it? Proona; :.Wing?f foot, 7,;Thelierize' Two.- leng th, length. Time, 1.1i Second Divislon L CAPITANA 1, Proud '2 "Cloitston3 Betting S.. Calitana .Clouiiton"; lO Yod 'Two lentgth' .nd a 'half . half-head ST'hr".e: o "il' Fmt.-Ye?r:Ol:o 'H? ndi-i nap .fi?.l VIN'GIA.,ln 2"riffin: ODowDv ':. Vi? ' ' O.4 9Dln ?i., O'Dowd. ;Three." nit floini'of a'ongth ' hlt -l-engtii *rn it n1~leP Pstk'1ledicap. -OSCU' I ';Jet2 "Manigti n3 Bettio: a 4 ,i,?' ...

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Lamp Wanted Applicants Must Foot Bill [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 10 May 1940

Lamp Wanted Applicants Must Foot Bill SUnlesS the-japplicnts concern ed' are :'ireppare(cl .to , meet; thei. .ycarly, iaiilntenancel cost in ad vallce, an ,electii lclighit ?kill noit. be installed'. in 1the lanewit-y at tlie.:i;ear. of the 'Coniilunnwealth A iecommendation ,that. tih'e light be installed if the aipplicants woquld meet. the cost. involved was success fully, liade :to last itight's :meeting of the City ,Councilt by the ElectrlcaJ Engineer, Mr: H~ Ii., Coutts, who sad ::thatthe cost of silplying and erecthlign the lnmp would be £10, while the o::intinual cost w?ould be, £5. It wan a private, lane, and there was no ti;affic `lhatever, declared ..tle report, which sias:; dop?ted ,"vithoub tdiscus I r. Coutts ealso successfully. re commended" that, inl: regard-to the :reditctioni of. charge , sougtht `by, La Sybll 'Studios which 'ihe.- said, had noss itstallcali the photo plnit men tioned by ttlh'e studlo, the followitng chargeos shoitldt be appir'toved: Window lighting,...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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RUGBY LEAGUE Notes And Comments [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 10 May 1940

RUGBY LEAGUE Notes And Comments BY "FORWARD" ' Goulbilrni : were decidedly:i unfir ,tuniate that they halid':it.o leave. tic sthe w inrling pabi itlsoinils ;' tL?'pl'oveibial C it 's wiis cer.^ l';' - . - *. '* .{rilinlinig tlh.e;two' goad) :nairoa ly iisscdt':.irAysl:it ' cul ; " safely' he i'dithialtthhtetire werbeii::sixobr seveiioc i'csi'ons i' hen no one woiild hahve beei isurprised lid. iioiits bee 'gaiiicil by 0tle Re ls. ; ,It::was a inot so mdclh ia-cicsep oe .chiaices' mirssed * becaius of ."playeis niilking' niistilkesdr doibng the i vrong thiifg.. rMostly 'the pblrycir had 'dolde his list; aid. sheer bad ildlck or al des peiate ef fort in defenici balanced the sccles aigalnst ti ' ?dlil ts 'b inig regis" M' ' ost' i bt.ithees Inilcideiis' occurred .in the. secoinit hal f;i iird lato in the game. ,One 'coiild il niot .help feeling thiitilhad? oiir:forwards viorked :as:-ei thusiastically in the'first spBil is they did. in' that lnist .quarter of a-l hour the, gane mighltli...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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Fight In The Air Graphic Story Told [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 10 May 1940

Fight In The Air Graphic Story Told LONDON, Thursday: Pilots of the R.A.F. tried to , rescue the pilot of a Dorni9r '"flying pen cil," which was' brought down off .the Scottish coast. When the plane was shot down a German airman fell into the sea 1i miles from Leith; , British pilots notified their base, aInd ii launch immediately set out. When the launclh arrived the man was dead. .In this citse the CGermain.plane opelled fire .frst. Wai:iting. .itil they got within close range, oaur men firedi shot ifterl shot into thi Dornioer until smoke 1began: to come from the machinel They lost their way in this, lbut on0 coming out of it they ,saw thile Dornier, falling in the'sea.. As it struck the sea there was . an explosion :red andt yellow flames colining from 0 itt

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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SELECTIONS BY "WATERLOO" [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 10 May 1940

SELECTIONS BY "WATERLOO" NIlUkinl Sltake :-GOAY JIWIC:I, ' Azt." Hop 2 11100(tl10 JI iii .1 Mauden Stnkc . titiIt iO' 1,!` 1iArt' g I tak&2 '[ion de . )ivia::: , Fnlym" Stake.-1i0 11t11 1'ii on D lnot,'i i ,OINY HEAItI'IAC] 2, Ladv" Hos 'P'l; :lfying; Slaakke.-1?ottri lAitisiR Ot3..' "GU E 1 ' m : AI.: t 2, H alo gi ii"Sae. Frtdiiin

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ON THE RANGE Kenmore Club [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 10 May 1940

ON TH: E RANGE Kenmore Club r ...I norc.itifile Cliib held iis niolthly club shoot at 500 yards. on Saturdlayast. i.Condltioins were favourablc - and the scores soliwdd evidence of this: G. Bradford; wvhod relchled the pos sibloe with h;itdcap added?; was the :winner, while ? hiee othier m'iksmen Ilso reached the possible. scoes: . . " G. Braidfo id 43 ( 7)i'50; G. Mason, ;48 ,(3) 50 J D. Griint, 47 '(4) 850: R.: Phillip s.l 6'I ('8 50;" C.; Mason; 13i : (4) ''48; 'H. Weeks,; 45 (3) 48 :Maundelr 3 4 (5i) 48; H; Taylor, .45 ,(2) 47; S Gray '43,(,4) 47. . SiOn1 Saturday :.next _;the club will i old" a sihoot:at 130 yrds for.: a` tro phy donated lby Mrs., G:' MIason.

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GREYHOUND MEETING TRIAL STAKE.—500yds. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 10 May 1940

GREYHOUND MEETING Gay White White Pharlap, Own Toris Il Huonl lrook, King 'T'aurus, Coolhille .Lad :John.. Toreador; :Plain Judycl.Talga :Boy, Lady Thimlble.'. .' M lll)EN S'TAKE.--500yds. -a?lley?. Baby, SIvinla,: Blonlde Jini Evats's 01a: Choice, Doble Jick hi llylithie ;:Ltch!,l' At S Iople IFlylig ernvir, ha Kithll cIGirl, Little Echo II i- VA" ST'I 1KE.50(yds. i:. hite Lei?g io Thie Bossxi BRe . ihIN.LG STA IlNl -3100yls, iWinwood, .; 'Stlble 'Mate, Night Ritvoer Kihi', Tanuiii, :Chris The Cair peImter Filji',: Slifbl,:l 'Owil; Ter :-; FN .i . IYING A '! , ' :-- ' 00 ls. Foui;ll'h D)ivisionl SYal brlte .lyin'g Dots; Fargo: Ladil Gynahrchy, Coin, .Cob,. Lady, Quandi; Dihiaiond. Vation. i I? LYING STAKE.-4300?oyds. Second' D)1ivision 'M0olly 'Ihritage; Terling:i .-13o tty, Mllionreh" Kilng,- lack ])Draw. Lady's Best, Slilalong, Wiitta, Thrill l . F?IYING . STAKIE. -:3tOyds. Ba.lider;' Stizan ne Giil ' War AiAoon;. Redtl:May, No. Pi'ofit, 'Beituty; Lady Magpio, ,Sainmuel. IPRIOGRl...

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LIBRARIES ACT WAITS ON COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 10 May 1940

LIBRARIES ACT WAITS ON COUNCIL SYDNEY, Friday: The -Minister for ,Educatlon, Mr. Drusismond, re ferring `to the Libraries Act, said that after tlie Lilbrary 1Boiard had 'ieein set tip the next: step would be for the board to receive appliications from Local -Government bodies for _iparticipation inlthe scheme.

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No Definite Outcome Yet Of British Government Crisis LABOUR MEN CONSULTED CHAMBERLAIN'S DILEMMA French Cabinet May Also Change [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 10 May 1940

SefiiteOutcome et Of British Government Crisis LABOUR MEN CONSULTED DIILEMIMA French Cabinet May Also Change LONDON, Thursday: After a day of conflicting rumours no- clue has yet been given about Prime Minister Chamber lain's decision. He has the choice, apparently, of resigning or reshaping S the Government into national form. Simultaneously important French Cabinet changes are .reported to be under consideration. Stalian and German reactions dif foxr insofar as the Italians display great 'interest and the Germans de liberately treat the debate as even of secondary importance. They explain that thel demands of members of the I-louse of Commons for. a more vigorous prosecution of thle War indicates'that Britain is benl on plunging thd- whale of Europe into total war,. All .day loig .there were confer onees at Westmiflster. Mr. Chamberlain's meeting of the Labour leaders wvas probably'the most fateful:,The First Lord, of the Admir alty, -'r. Winston' Churchill, and the Secretary of S...

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Heard and Seen Hey ! That Man's In Again ! [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 10 May 1940

S?Heard and Seen Hey! Tht 'at 2n1'si In Again! ,; ",'Are ther'oJ youI: sleeping clothes "Not a-.y more.;? All tl elnap his oal Ot thie.m *cl' llo":erti s:":Ci " d EgCo ° tI' ii::ipapytrtis;: sln .IOU od the timee iho Piia 'onhhe.: It is, very' valUabol'.'; A:::sslstant,>t, \Vli'at? C rll the nIneY still be colleol .Office: Altnat::ge: iStrsiange tsi mny qseem. 'n a t li e olin ..New 'y.pito '.Thint's O. Wui. mo;s chi efm Iot:: vei'y, rtly u h eIth'er,

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