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Partial Black-Out For Sydney Drastic Restrictions In Light And Power [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 10 May 1940
Partial Black-Out For Sydney Drastic Restrictions In Light And Power SYDNEY, Friday: Drastic restrictions in the domestic and industrial use of electric power and gas will be imposed..by the State Governnment to-morrow. The use of gas 'or electricity, for cooking and. heating will. be for bidden except:between 5.30 a.m. aidd 9 a.m., and 4.30.p.m. and 7. p.m. 'The restrictions apply.. to .private omnes, restauraiits, clubs, and hotels. The restrictions are:expected to"re sult in: .Loss to wvage-earners of iiore than £500,000 a week.'. Loss to .industry of£1C;500,000 a reel.. : -. ' Closing don:n. of about: 5000 fac tories. SLMore than ??:00,000 emnployees, throwi ,out of,?Ok. , Services exempt frl m the restric tions are: .. liunitions . and materials of war; hospitals arid nursing homes; refrig itaition, and air-conlditioning plan-t. Processes for the preparationi packing :and preservation of. food; water andl sewerage pumping. Telephone exchanges andL'the post nud- telegraph servic...
POLICE LEAVE FOR COAL FIELDS Going There To Maintain Order [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 10 May 1940
POLICE LEAVE FOR COAL FIELDS Going There To Maintain Order SYDNEY, Friday: To-day 45ipolice left Sydnley to join the batch which left last night for dult on the coal fields, making a total of 100 to leave Sydney since, the. strike began. .A leadlng police officer said, they were confident of being able to deal vith aiiy disorder Without resorting to force, which, they did not desire to . use. The nien were not beieng sent as spies, but to laintaii , order, lie added.
Confession By Japan Existence Said To Be At Stake [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 10 May 1940
Confession By Japan Existence Said To Be At Stake TOK?IO, Thursdcy: The Mlinister for War, General Hata, warned the gubernatorial conference (district governors) that it was impossible to iredict the outcome of the world war, but it was unlikely that the world crisis would soon be .dispelled. "The situation at home is so seri oius that our national e:~istence is at stake," he declared. The Jaipinese Picss-l itterl re senls the United Staltes decisiont to keep liei warI fleet ait llawaii itistead of returnilig it : to . the Uninted Stiat(s. Newspapers 'say this is. a demon tration aimed at Japan., A Japanese Navy spokesman; in 3isting that the' U.S. fleet move was timetd to influence Japan, said: ."We ire not' greatly conceinedt at the move.' " Thle Tokyo newspaper, Kokumin Shimbun says that the United States pians to use the Philippines as its base for any Far East moves. This follows failure of the tailks between the Japanese Foreign Min ister (Mr. Arita) aand 'the United States . ...
JUDGE BEEBY TALKS TO UNIONISTS Should Look After The Extremist Leaders Among Them [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 10 May 1940
'JUDGE BEEY TALKS TO UNIONISTS Should Look After The Extremist, Leaders Among Them * MELBOURNE, Friday: Judgment on an application for . :the deregistration of the Australian Railways' Union, was. withheld until July 16 by ,Chi f Judge Beeby in the Arbitra-:. . lion Court to enable State branches to declare themselves for:: :; ' :.or against the arbitration system. .Judge Beeby gave hints to unipn n 'iembers in four States who favoured arbitration, to restrain: extremnst :' leaders fomnenting dii ect action frpm S: olitical moties. .Special nmeetings ;of. braxnches: in. -i.ew South .Wales, Victoria, Soutli Australia;, andt. Tasmania must :b Scalled so th' t membeis can choose betwoen ?arbitration aind strike: anc tJlo an'libefoie `Julyi 9 s'ttisfactojy assurances iust' bel:giveni thiat State and: 'Federal. executives wlill be bound to carry out the policy decided upon. Sir. George' leeby:leclared also that Satisfactory' proof inmust b6 given that .'excutitives would ,.control .offic...
Broadcasting Programmes FOR TO-NIGHT 2FC [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 10 May 1940
Broadcasting Programmes FOR TO-NIGHT 2FC 6113: Din'ner 3luslc.. 7.0: News. 7.13: Ne?s 1olnnlent:1ar'. 7.30: la'rle I:remner (soprano). 7,15: National T'alk. 0.u: ;ongs1 of lle Sea. 9..0: .:llml- D:tvillson' Dance I::1nd. 9.30: sNewn.5 9.15: 31itnis tonial Talk. 10;0:' A ltlldlo ('nly. 10,:.;: C:an]olcr' (COm1m:t Nlr''. 10.10: 'lihe : coine Q 1ntet."11.50: 'News. 12.0: Close. 2BL 6.0: O ,usloc:I' Sac+Ollrlcs. i0.;0: Mar1ket .eports. 0.I15: Sporting Session. 7.0: Dinner Mlusic. 7.::0: ''oll ACfter Dln0er Ihow:.? Iolclllll I:L a?Oc"ll Sttor'y of lOn don LIfe.. 0.0: Celebrlty -1(tc-Creations. 9.::0: llnl eIoClws. ..1.5: Sl)orting Ss sion: 10,13: Th'le Ioloheme Quintet. 10.30: FOR SATURDAY 2FC -.50: News. 91.30: l0.l60 t:11 lh:l f 11ur. 12.50: News. ".0: N oow liles"';e OrcI.lst r:. .:10: Slosio of Otlher'l ay. 3:0: 11lnlolnI and oMelodyo. 4.1S : SNew. .1 1n: I)lllner lousle. 7.0:' N s.:. 7.15:, I Don't Agree 7.30:. The 'lsa ldventuhe, of Mlo. 7.: M5Se: 1 :11; \lenorles ',1.30: 'easn. 16...
WOMEN'S HOCKEY Competition Matches [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 10 May 1940
WOMEN'S HOCKEY ' Competitien Matches Following Is the programmsC of matches arranged by the Goulburn Women's Hocckey Association for to morrow afternoon: . Kenmore No. 1.-2.30: Kenliore V W\estella. :3.30: Naldera v C.G.M. Umiiilies: B:. Mills aiid 'J. Lake aold supply. Kenlmore No. 2.-2.30: Bluelbirds v New, Club. Umpires: N..Chippin dale and E. Shepherd. 3,0': Wy nola y High School: Umpires: .E. lcNaught apd L. Peterson.i.... The following New Club team. was forwarded for pu blication yesiterday, but , was inadvertently mislaid: B. Hindlley, B.13 Morris, . K. Smith, L. Howard, 22. Grunsell, P.C.ray, H. Gillespie, P'. Millne, J. Loeson,:" F. Rossler, B. Gray. ' , . . The foregoing .Ilayers. at'e asked to'wear the most conveiitent Uiliform n until new' costanies are availahlle. Anyone unable to play is risked to notify the secretary at once.
SPY DRAMA "U-Boat 29" At Ritz [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 10 May 1940
,SPY DRAMA "U-Boat 29"At Ritz Coni'iid Veid.l gives whalt "is geclerally agreed ? i lhis. best "per formance in Columbin's thlrill-. iilg spy dirmani, '"U-Boit 1," Which -cme lol loyls 1itz to-day foi'6one weekk. ' It prcsents ail ideal characterisa tion for Veldt. lie has to engender symfilnithy a . an 'enemy submarilne commainder, who* is plotting the lde struction of .tile British F'leetl tlirough :the .information I;lie gini fiom espionage agents, but who per forimis his:ta-sk in' such a-couragoous and gentlemahily manner as: to make the audioence' feel a touch of siadnoess, when ultimately he meets the fae -lhe' has planned for others. - . '' Veidt,.effects this difficult role as only, he ,can. Aiding' mnil"?"ietl:ing:, lini iin one of the best fillins of the year'are Valerie Honlriiii Sdlbaiulan Shaw, ?dldtirius. Goring; IHay' Patrio and a;' host of 'other well knownl playnis. l\ichael Powell directed thii Irving Asher production:. "'FIVEI LITTLE 1'I'PEl'RS"' Ili liringing "Fi...
Meters Should Be Protected [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 10 May 1940
Meters Should Be Protected Acting on a suggestion iiade at la?t night's meeting of the City. Cdouncil by the City Engin eer, Mr. W. V. . Muntz, the Mayor, 'ld. T. P. Mtanion,' appealed to residents to protect wa'er meters against frosts by covering them with bags. "I iimll sure that 95 edr ceilt. of. the peonle will take heed of this iLp peal and recognise that idamaged meters are as much their loss as anybody ese's," remarked the iMayor, who said tihat thle people were qluite fair and, if. advised of the danger,. would give every assistance during tlie winter months. Ir. Sh. lnt,, who said thallt during last winter 18 meters had been daun aged, stated in .his fortnighitly re port that the ýreakageo of. meters due to frost was tluite consideraole, bu11 could be overcome to a lamre extent if hllousehohlers would cover the Imeter with a bag'.
MOTHERS' DAY (CONTRIBUTED) [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 10 May 1940
MOTH ERS 'DAY (CONTRIBUTED) "The loe of a tirue mother is nest to the love .of Gokll:The;ilove :of' a: mother ,for her child is: somethinig'so holy, so' pure; so, mysteriously sub: lime,: that' the pen?';hich' is :wielded by a man essays -i? lvain to "de~scrib ""A mother's slo-e is the".' feblingl apart fromti the- grossnesh' of :our earthly nature. a' sentiment iso highly sublimated,, and' so piathetically;:beau tiful ,that it?'psirtakes:: of,; the divine regard. in , which ithe humah r-~t ce, isr held: by the Creato:::.: '. ??: ,"Blest :1idee1l.are thoe 'chlildien: Of those dear inothers -o.f orey dho, poss iessed, of .;r: lariger: vision i'aidigreater wisdom, even: ,vhiled :yerith ingto shield airnd to' spire, -yet genitly l.u tfirmly: set childlishi feet upon tliorny. ?aths,; so that liy ,discipliie's ?wiay, they might ultimately?r: ieachi and :, tread thereafter l?,liehigher!:roid of · tri3:f happiness. 'Perhaps: in "spirit sh ?;ll see, ts wearitn rroni Slndy .,(Mothers'. Day)l...
From Everywhere Bees Kill Elephant. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 10 May 1940
[From Everywihere Ilees Kill Eliliehant. Au elephant, tearing down a e bianch at Narela, East RLajltlean India, dlisturhbed a hive of rock be?,s which stung it in .a mass with suicl venom. that it ran. about wild] trunlmetlng. loud ly, ;and then (iropie Dcrclletici :1... : :Six ships lay - eelict for yeanrs .- soutlhern:Ireland., prt. Just ihet r wthe ni the owners :h (ided to sel them as scrap, ulit. a' dtislutetlae, 1 5 b;oke the deid. Now the vessel brave h:beeii.sold:1- anbd will be refilied Tlhe'i fetechd'id £420,000. The hmilghtt a-ndt sully We0athel expererienced yestertlay 'was rellaced tbo-day by .'dull condiltions. Cold w?"eath. ,prevaliledl again this morn. iieg, althoughl ' lthe mininum 'tem. p1letatuie 'ofi..' 1 ''tegrees ,was l degrees, higlih than i was tile R, yestei.lday.:.: ,: : dacline Te.sts 1-10,O000,0( Iltnch;. L:ubricatig p??opertles of aii oif film ' .olie. teail lillio lthl t of an inch thick caill bI:e; imeasurled by ,a1,n' uiachine i iivedi til Iat Colunlb...
Show Societies To Confer [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 10 May 1940
Show Societies To Confer: Delegates' troamn nines centres;. including Ggulbrlrn, will be repre: 'sented at-,the: annual conference. of the Souithein: Tablelanids Show;.. Societies' :,Uionl; :.which .?will .be lieldl t tt he Royd liotel to mo, BrIaid ?ood,.' Crdookwell ,-':ai ale-?n Qiteanbeyait: Yass, Guiiniiiing, all anil Canmdei' will- be amongst: the cenltrea reipresentd atiidi blthouglh no aldvice has yet. bee?lreceivedvl; it ?s possilble that Jerrlan ia?idPetiroeoswi ,?illi also send delegates ;: Gouliurn A: ' aid IH- Spclety n ill be repiresentel "by the iipiesidont, Mihy . A':: Reynolil `ands' the itreisiirer, ..\. R. fit.Tohlnsoni . 'The nmoat .ii?oitaint fe itti cof it .iuinecsi: sliheet will I?e allobtloi of tlie::variousce v.how 4g,-t.e wtiiin tlhb' :.Uniobn' ·for :; .191': } '"1 : -..:
CENTENARY BALL [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 10 May 1940
:,; C IENTENARY: BALL'..;,,':: STIh fi t bli:?l of t'ii? : ih ste l e "is. 10t .be :hld in the Biooi l wa.y Theatr t eon Soniday., nigbht nex t;,'vlieii thie Goul burn: District: Hospital `Centenary, Balll w ell: be ield. The: Acting Min ister fora Heilth ' . IIH. L. Prin lrose is .to:pt'icially. 0opeli the ball; whlich ;,wiltli. its :galaxy of, outstand lifg. features, Is assured of success: Not the least: ofthe -excellent -iire. rangements nowv, 'finalised ;'by the Citizenis' '.Conlilitteed's ,the" delig?l-?, ftil sit-downl suIliiei" to be. lreoparo'l for. patronse at 'the tiedrtl.atel HaUll, ;Whlllst suich linterestinrg n inlterlcude ans a ballet and blirlesque ballet are forl jleseontitibi'. Ali-innovation. will. be the awardtlingof a handsolie.iterize folr every' diin'c1 : \s' tlie proceeds ,are : for' , thile Dfistict"? I"tositail a' record 'atteldanco is anticipated.
Who Is He? Poser For City Council [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 10 May 1940
Poser For City i Council "Is`, he.: 't Lo inmunist? :.! wits' ` ,oine :of tile qiestions asked of:l s the Townh ClerlI r; iItRJ : Lean when a slip of papea s irglf-igpermiseon "rfor-- P"-Lo day: to address ra `publitc n?ee in ' oneatA .buristreetltoh'h. h wastid6led at lasit; Infght's hee-" I.n of the City. Council , address The ;qy Which gave rise to soiue disussioni was proMlpted iby the faet-that i'e\ ieter whivch wias merely sighed "pier' r.:F IcAilee nari, gave no address, nior did it' offer any, details as to the ideiitit of the proposed speaker. Inforlmtition as to the nature of the proposed. address was also lacking and, dtuiiin; a briefd discussion, in which the Mayor, Aid. T. P. Manion, said that Mr. 7IcAledn an was the secretary of the Uneni iployed- Association, Aild. Murray ie-. pressed the view that council should know what Mr. Loveday was going to speak about and *ihat he reprc sented. If he was going to speak on Communinsm he thought council should object immediately...
PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 10 May 1940
PERSONAL M. V.: I '.; oods is a patient at the Distridt. Hospital, where he was admitted Y3etorday., :]3BrigadleroA:i.o'Robitison and AdiJut att G. Garlick,.of ,the Salvation Airm' Divisional Hiealdqrarters, returnedi'.to Goulburli hast iigltt -roni' the .annual Congres sin S'dhiney M:?rs:.:; : c Con leyioi41' Kinghorno Sti;eet, h:'as- aethriied: honie from the Dfstrict :Hospital ;where she under wtent a recent toporatitio. Silo is mak ing favourahble progress... Mr' Artur:ennett has tturned to G,,oulbuirn tiaftero an onjoyable week's holiday :spent in the south west; wherie he attended rthe Cowra licnic: race' ai':d also had the pleas ure.'. of renewing aicquaintauce with friiends iat; Youtng;.
Bulk Supply Restrictions In Goulburn Likely [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 10 May 1940
Bulk Supply Restrictions In Goulburn Likely In v'cw of the fact that a.con-".' slderable portion of the e:ectricity puichased in bulk fromn the Bua-; ,: :rilnjuck Electric Supp'y is being;: S;drawn from the coal:operated, . stat'on at Port' Kombia, it .is ex-' :.jpccted that the extensive I lght /. and power restrictions annouriced". ;! in Sydney yesterday will ultimate-: . I ly, extend to Goulburn...' -:;? ;:' :.., A.illlouigl no dlefminie .(d'vicc;iia' I beeil ireceived in Gotllilhiriln'ntii . to late hour. to-da , the yview . tlhiait're firlctions will.op eiate hi; thlis'. ctly;i liased on iereporfniSiydy'' ilountng.'' .l:iefin'tirodinctlonj?? f;i':;tlibe emergencyr' powels. of the Gas md Electricity Act 4'The'tirem involved 1 1the rest tionis :"iicrlrdlin ? to .af :teMinisteelriftid: WYols, iiMi IO "0. atin' li olll*hot oilly' eilhlirice Sydleriyfe:inod ? Newcaastle; lnit:o ' tiso'e tlie I.Buriilnjijck" ain"d .'Port Kellinia "systeins. : .In the t e',,i liei st'.iges of tle: gri...
RECAPTURED Soldier Eludes Escort [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 10 May 1940
RECAPTURED Soldier Eludes Escort Alerbness on the part of. a Goulburn police officer resulted in the 'recapture of a young sl0. dier a: short time after he had escaped- from, his 'military escort atr the Goulburn Railway Sta tion early this morning. Aged aboiotl 25 ,yearst -the soldier aillegedly: was atbsent without leave fromti the P:t A .I.F. Carmp at Ingle birn. t So: fai' as cas l'be ascertained at present; .lie left the latter centre some daysh ago, atid, after visiting his holme .in'. Victoriat, decided to g ^' l hiltself' p.-e . Hef was placed aon the .Melbourne F'.spress .utlnder military escort last ni?ghtt auit whier the train reached GOlljlburn between (1 'anld 7 a.m. 0to dtyv he managede to eludet the escort, whoi .- napparon.tly. uinalb'ae to intSff ,.- G ootilitii n pollen ulntil tile train hail reached: isaos .Vale: OFFERED LIFT -Tit the meantime a asearch was made for thme solidler and' Ihe was ilocated on the Yass Road by Constable tour. chietr wlio, s It is 'under...
STATEMENT TO-DAY BY THE MINISTER [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 10 May 1940
STATEMENT TO-DAY BY THE MINISTER SYI)NEY, .Frlidy:': The Minliter for Vorks adiii. Local Governnment, Mr. Mirtliln, is' eng'aged in the prep aration or a onillform '?chedutilb'. in cbonlection ;itlh the Io s'ictibns'io. of 'gs iand elec tricity ;,foii doinestle ,!iid" conmlercial purinoses .hiit will op erate: frol mnil nllght 'to-nlight. .:':2 " .1 ;. : , M;: Mr.M tin' s(id \tliict it was etrible, thlit the io l'estiictions 'ould .hlave. to be iapplietid f ' ' ( ; : ':1 ' .,Gas 'an?iil eltrfdity; i cniiyube cat off in ?h ?:;fortig !t,:i ;'it i'tdve.,~L'l?i :l eteI i hie d nwe ,i' ntlll;.:h6t h' 6 hofi? I;lie, tdded. We" want:. 'to l·,?ipae tih''bcoma'iity iicoiinveniince, , ati'estrictions' are in5.vol lIbit' s '' ftB' ' R';" '..Mr. Mi rtl:iiiiit ditted tiat CQohsidler. ljlus iineieploymenit' Woold 'esiillt on Monday wlitl l) di 'ri. trlhtiihoit or sulp lilies .t business f meiri'lmesn11i3alld Iac.. tories a alod ;Sir; Norman''Nock.;',;CX r Lord * Mayor of Sydney, says that the '.-...
NO "DOGS" IN SYDNEY [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 10 May 1940
i NO "DOGS" IN, SYDNEY: . . 'SYDNEY, Friday:: As *'.a',: esult ot Goverinent restrictons.to, o lighti and poweri, whlih ccaused: the nabanidon monii.of the Wentwodrth. Park grey hounid inetie toii 6orrow night, clubs w'll .i:ine't'1 hdet'week 'to "discuss the qiuestion:of/: ddy-timie racing. S'A:t' jRhnddwi'ck;' whero Tattersall's ill holdi a meetinig to-morrow, elec tricity. totalisators will be run froem 'anelirigency plant which is separate r?blii the municipal supply of current. ."i.'r).; G, Bartlett, .secretary of the National Coursing Association, said to-day. that the curtaillent of rac ing would pr6ve costly both to the clubs and the GOvernment.'
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 10 May 1940
It's Easy To Be In Love with Life when you're healthy - and bright .H wytllc oman who has f ?J .i .f good heahlh ,d sglad o be alive! The cret is Chamberlain' ablets. Take them wn at eds help. Then co tip n orset stomach can't " J of living. Get Ch clain's Tablet? -day. A Chamberlain's to-night will p r Por Stomach & Liver 3/. - VOWHERIE can you he more highly recommont tla to Ott~ an at tile Great Sot rtn H-oie?(completelly remo? , 717-72 d Geo.je Street, S.voy (tfaog C?s Falt.-ny Sta o, oppositoe RSlsni Place). Bled and Breal .tst frt 8/, other meals optional. tJ. F. ULLEN, Licensee. Phone Ml 6 5- - . - L. TEWART JOHNSTO4 el e C ilher Mosn1 e St. rt (o posit hi Lion) HOW WE KEEP PRICES DOWN THE Adelaide Tailoring Com pany buys lteoril sl ill huge quantities, at. special prices. Thais why this ohl- hli flr "clsi can r you ? l sl suit , lues. 1 an'd t?t he isossneson ' l's. take youroloct ADELAIDE TAILORING CO., LTD. Opp. A.M.P. Illdg., Goulburn For To e It Stands Alon COME ...