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"GLAD TO BE HOME" Veteran's Visit To Sydney [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 10 May 1940

"GLAD TO BE HOME" Veteran's Visit To Sydney After a fortnight's holiday in Sydney, Mli, Patrick -Ieffernan, aged 95; of Bradley Street, is glad to be back in Goulburn, where he feels more at 'hodie. Mr. Heffermin, who arrived ,ba.ck unacconilianied, by train, encountered unfavourable weather <luiing his stay in Sydney; but managed, to fill in his time playing cards. - "They .are real. g nblers down there, and T- played cardsi nearly all the timld," he.'said yesterday after? loon. ' .r'...I-Ieffernan, who ..tayed' with his daughter, Ills. Bain, of Padding ten, did not venture into the city at all because, of the wet Weather. He ldoes not mind the crowds, but lhe dislikes thd rain. "I am ,;'ad to be back in Goulburli because I feel more atihonme here," he added.. . CITY, FOLK OBLIGING: MI. I-effernanl said. that he foindl the city people very obliging.in. every respect. Prior ?to about 20 years ago, wihen lie settled :n Gouilburni Mir. i efef 0l'1rnan Ihad -lived '.practica...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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OBITUARY MR. EDWARD CHUCK [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 10 May 1940

iMR : EDWARD CHUCK, The death occiirred suddenly at 'the" District/ Hospital Uils mornin?g; o?f M r.:E'ilwii- Chuckl: aged f.; of Cl'nton Street. The lItde lr;. Chuck, who. Weas'ianl oldl.ildesilit of IGoul hIurn had: hlboen'a iatliint at theo hospital fIr a weio. "

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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'Thanks' From A.I.F. Man [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 10 May 1940

'Thanks 'From A.ILF. Man ,ii Mr. F.- ?.[ Davies, sec?etar of::' te Weklfare Comnmittee defore its n?malgamation 'with the Patriotic iind&War Fuid,;- has : received : a letter'from a!,Goulburn mrember o':: bf the A.IF. in Palestin'e; ..:; rt iter, Trooer ken Mci i tle nt cxDlIesse?'d ,tliinks for ltlle letter. iand clieque loi ]'0/ -tsoiitl by tlo Welfatre Committee. .ro:'ioper .IMegallil is i 0the secoinl manl' ?to 1wrilte froin Palostlie Ih :cl linowiledgiieit of thel gift. 'MIi. Dtavies .o 'cved sil ihiltr let Icter stamnne "olcd., ago 'frolm" Privatei De1sgate. PFom n tile latter's letter it was aplparent tlit' lhe ?lii notl rcelve.ie to cheleilo lllltil liho ariiriived in Pilestineo. Si',Ithle, liot seoeianllly of the G'ou li hTtlri lb'oya sinee dlsenbil,.diing, 'a, wi.t ,liCalliili. "'but they nill, appeia'oie to 'be 'woll anii d htililly..i o ti m he trip 1 or." '

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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Overdue Rent Military's Debt To Show Society [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 10 May 1940

Overdue Rent . Military's Debt To Show Society According to a letter read at the A.,:P. and ll. Societ3's nieet ing, yesteday. after-hoon, I.the ' ocity. s.ill shoirtly receive pay nlenl.otf the rient owing by the', Deience.iDepartment in' connec Sioil ,i;th" tlee ise "of tlie, showt;. gro'und for i the tlJight. l-orse ;clliPmin October a Int year.: : ..The fletteti :which was friom theo inilitary?'aut'horities, stated that a cheque foi £68/11/8 wotild ..be sent at the earillest oiportunity. "Finalisaltion of payment. to yonu of :£23/7/: ,Will also ,be piroceeded vwith as soon as pbssibie, alddedl .the letter . :.:; :Tihe secriet@ny, :-Ir I.I:L:. BI6d-: head., told the lio eting ,-tha tihe amount of- £68/l1/, ivas compen sationi fori what the sodiety oestinmated its loss to ble d liing .the pseriod of militairy occupation, while £23/17/ was compensation' for damage to pro perty 'as aissssoed by 'ali. Wi. It Willaiias and' the works committee.;

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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NOT WANTED Holiday Would Be Farce [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 10 May 1940

NOT -WANTED Holiday Would Be Farce Unless the Chief' Secretary agrees to a cancellation of the public holiday gazetted for May 23 next, .bankinig houses will 'have to close, while the eni ployees of the City Council and. the. school children' of the city. wil elie given ia holiday which " nobody 'applarently 5wanints. This strainge predicamen--tlihe outcome of this week's 'decision to abandon thie. sprts carniv'al which" was -to have been held on ithat-day for patrloticd purposesLwasl dlisclosedl at last night's meeting of the coin cil, which was, told that .the Mayor, Ald. T. P. 9lanion, had already made the necessary representations for the cancellation of,.the hlollday. During a brief discussion. in which Aid. Manion saidl that although no reply, had yet been received so far as his telegram and letter weire con cerned, they were "hoping fo'r the best." SECIETAILY'S VIEW, .All. F.. D.. Davies, who is secre tary of the Patriotic 'and War Flund Comnilttee; and at .whose request; cou...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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New Type Homes Council Gives Approval [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 10 May 1940

New Type Homes Council Gives Approval The attitude' of the GoI-ul burn City Cbuncil in relationi± to the erection , of fib'ro-cemeno : dwellings; i i .Goulburn;has niow?.8 been clarified i thle' matter ,'was recently t ih~ ::·bject,-of co L ment -in' these columnsrind'd opposition to the constructioni of such buildings in otherthan: brick areas: io longe r.exists. WVithout (?lisiis'sdii, council last nig!lt gave napproval to'. two, appBlca: tions foi':building' periilts to cover. the erection of ftbro-cemetnt t houses in two diffelrent sections of the city. The estilm~ited value of the 'dwell ings was,? shlviow at £-iO5 iand: £7 'd, respectively,: ..OPINION SOUGHT ' Council's "udecisio. whlich in blioth instances Iwas suilbJect to --amendi ments indicaited on, tile 1ilaris submit ted, iogetheir 'with ,the payment ofl the irescribedl fees, followed closely upoil a recent conimrnmittee declion to seel anii oplnio"n fri ie e' Local Govern .ineilt Association ias to' whether :or not; li...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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ASCOT RACES To-morrow's Fields [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 10 May 1940

-ASCOTRACES To-morrow's Fields. Acceptqrs for the Ascot (Vic.) races to be run to-morrow are: WIMBOURNE .TRIAL HURDLE 23m (1.30) Peerie (16) 11.3, Rubicals (14). 10.5, Le Grand (12) 10.1 ,:N.iitabzadat (15) 10.-, Paul .Lois (3") -p19.2, Rinhgford (5) 10.2, Gay. KIht (7) ,100' Hi land Mui:ch :(6) 10.0, Nelson (11) 9.11, estra. (17 0 giA (2) .9.7, Cloyelly (1.) '0 :7;~':Driuspeal :r (1:Di) 9.7; Fiftieth:; :ittery '(1) 9.7': Rloyal Ma.:lh (10) ':9;'-I .FIying. Comedian. (4)>.9??. Foo0l'pifil'() 9;2 I.o2; Ioniijs )Y()9.O :; SMONTROSE HANDICAQP;:, 6f Pia. i ie'; inceC ;i ().., Si( l:lE 'tIlh'er i'(1) C.7, 'Devon ~( );:8 '6,S'E)di :(0(:: S.G. Pairgooi- (77) .- .4 '?Tbif4i O'C:ock' (9i) SI,';Alibi (12) 'S.1; Stai 'Boardei'. ? ) 5 CSa1. G aid-o'( 8 0. linDimio, 7..10; Piihldc Nes-(5) '710l? Refisigtoi (11) 7.10. J. CHAR LEMONT TR!IAL, ::,7: ? First Division (PlO) All Ti ltic (it .1..Pi il' , Parin sgs (1."???'', Cltrii 1 ): ,i.Aer": stt :(3J_ 8S.7 Djo dttile li s ('1) 8.7 - 'iss ('ilapl"...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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THE POST Mr. Mathew And The A.L.P. THAT RESOLUTION (TO THE EDITOR.) [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 10 May 1940

THEPOST Mr. Mathew And The A;L.P. THAT RESOLUTION (TO: THE lEDITOR.), * -) ir l o ' r" S t :ixiiti'ciiti?col n ie"fi.e Se2d?'ibot"e;t:hAiLi I'P 'i woulii d 4:a 'i'6tt :;occuie l coiin tiilonig tiih e Ui-rA i"r{ g:thpli ty ."ortowliicht he ownes ;: allnuilielwce, thewlalrtyw:ifcl'as beiceh Goerinment: fox eight years lutch ,for I the? inipoly coiieto rests whollch itrepresents oin-.wssoe i1)mVitployesnt :;This-lU.l.P.: -o erie int: the oSta ot tlBr ofic , thkse Monlie tnilerd orbs.h peol, S tate lf -etll uii hlies :it', smuch' below t:theat itarket a?in alfthiough these coThisce ans were fbeing propely , ih o Iicel under Cov ornment control. collectisg I,:record, amounts in, wages nax axio spiecial theax for the relief: of. tineinployment ýbThis U.A.P. Goverin "ient thought so littler= of the ,livirig tanclardisof the people that it imani puilated tEie funds .ollected bys these -taes to such. an extent: 'th'l it was accused;r iiy:one of:lts own i l inisterf as a faker of 'budgets. Th...

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

SELECTIONS By "TRACICITE" Wiinbturne Trial Hu rele= HIGHLAND MARCH 1, Pau: Lois 2, Ten 0 Cck Mo. tro'n H;andicap. RAIRI P· RINCE " 1; G Exactly2:,v Ten:, O ocik; 31.:,Ca '2 :" ":; .' : Cliarlem nt` TrIal 'First Divi a aon fALL TALKr, Parilla 2, Fordcstar3e 2 ':._ Second iv biionin DENIKER 1 Bookaar2, Noamin 3 Imperial .Handicap= MAGIC.' CIRCLE 1 El Goeiea 2 1Kanuri . Grarnvilla H$ aidican` BFLL PFUOY 1, St MFervent 2, Bara-; metric 3. Jeffcott Welter.-ALL TALK 1, French Gem 2, arham 3.

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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Goulburn Man In Road Crash [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 10 May 1940

Goulburn Man In Road Crash Jack Giddy, 26 of Everton Road, Strathfield, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Giddy, of, Mull warree Street, Goulburn, was   critically injured when motor   cycle and his sidecar he was riding was involved in a collision with a motor car at Windsor last weekend.     Giddy, who suffered a fractured skull and badly crushed leg, was ad mitted to the Windsor Hopital, where he is still in a serious condi tion. Mr. and Mrs. Giddy are at pre sent at Windsor with their son. Giddy was a prominent amateur cyclist during his residence at Goul burn.  

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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MASSY CUP Yass Overwhelmed [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 13 May 1940

* MASSY CUP Yass Overwhelmed ,Quianbeysnn decisively "defeateil Yass in a miatc;h played for the Mussy Cu?I iLt Y!lsi' ylesle.diiy. Ql;iinbeoyalln rain oatl winners hy 30' points: to: 5 iaftor leading 10.0 iat hallf-thue: . tGil.e takiings at the Carr Cup matlch between ' ICanbelii - nlild ColIlnurn, played atl Quellanboyall, inlollnted. to ililioIt £50.. Thlere were over 70 pis saeingers onl the ril tlmotor rIuli by tilh Goulburn l1iigby Legte, . :

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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HOSPITAL NEEDS Mr. Primrose's Visit [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 13 May 1940

HOSPITAL NEEDS Mr. Primrose's Visit ' While . fully recogiising the n~e~i of extensions.tb ihe Dis rictir'i?lIospital, ihe 'Acting. Min is;:te, fo :- Healthi, Mr.. H L. '?Primrose said; afte r anlnispec-. t:ion of:the' insititution this'iorn iiin: thit':he cultid iiake uiopro-' mis. iiregard to the buildinig extensions.' : MI. Pimros . ii :ellded h;-oi verlvthat it the .hdospitall: atitho'itidc:s coull ga;li ntee: to .flld £31,000--the estim. ateld cost of the extension-- tihel Glov ci'niient aaoUild i geiarainteOe the amount andil iterest paiymnents. 'The boaid coisidei:s th t the: li niles tlioin of additional acoimnimodatlofill the. childreli's ward is a lredssing lnecessity ind, althlough Lthe Ministler sl:itlet tllt experts lhad idvised .that to constricil tile children's ward aiilrt rontl thle general extelnsioil woutl be higlhl; unsatisfactory ii:'ioew. of tihe eilgilleering : services, the hospital authorities .are strongly aopioclid to this point of view.- . . - "WVe conten...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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WINTER TENNIS COMPETITION Third Round Played On Saturday Afternoon DETAILED RESULTS [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 13 May 1940

wINTER TENMS COMPETITION Tird Round Played On Saturday Afternoon DETAILED RESULTS lo.na1 ihree ' iO ot1 f 111 i.(o;lu0rl ' Tennis lAssocialion's wiinteuicO'l- .: flitioh was played in tiisettld!-" enotll' r on SaturdaS-aifl'terniooni0 " A overcast sky gave thoT lrit ee of a downpourl ,at' l any Inioll; but tle aftclrnoon's programmenlloa' carried through .wi thout intehirlt:uoiio . .1latch results subumilttd for lpubl! atlio ar': ilway ' I'.M.' i, Orford and. S. ' 1Lyich'l v A. Coo nil S. Meredith, 16-2, 6-2; M rs;' Clap 1nan and 'Mrs. Frenoah v ModM'ero dith and 'Mrs. Coolk, 3-(i, 1-G; R.6'.Or ford and Mrs. Cliapl)manl AV' CA.ook and Mrs. Meredlth, (i-2 .;S Lyifel cll:an irs. Frenlch v S. Meredlitth adlltl airt. Cook, 3-6; It. Orford and r11 s..: Irench SA. Coolt and Mrs. Cook, 3-6'; S: Ivnclih an I Mrs. ChapItmaL v S. More illh ani Mrs. .Mcredith ,,-6 Railway: 4 sets 35 gamls. P.M. 5: I solts at games. I'.M. 1v .L. ,,. , tI. \0oodlalnd and Dr. Kelnnletl v J. McAlistor ;11111 A. O ...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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THE EMPIRE Comedy-Romance [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 13 May 1940

Comedy-Romance jA gay s.ol<>l;st';c.tion, iwhicil l rilllrducedtl a.llisolll(c: iwaives; of itnmillusemi(lltl '.;- .'torlin * '.. Saturdiiy i(lghit's large a!lienicoce,. I<' .'oine f ol'.thi i principaII l lig'rcdieli iis lus '.' ii" tih cl I;l' lct'i)-oldwylviMiaytvl' -conie'dy-ro nciieilict, :. iiilte mmlier?".'.i; I ylicili ftori' ,s jii iinain tiiit ircutipoii t.he 'lEiil ire 'ijhlitu i * ,: ' .-: L., :t nrselecti.ig ui un.usuiilly ,in pros: sive dciist, hiielh is lh eiilded h:by Roblert Taiylo6' rl'ailCGi;eei :CGarisboi,;l who malle such a, imemorable ilehbut ill' filis' In that ' dellglht'fl :liirodiuction Goodfbye Mr;l. Clllps,': .'M.G :M. Studios have gaiilnedl the utnlost flrom a stoiy liovel ii thelmel and spiirkltingf,)withl, bright dialeoguei asnd extremely ftilinhy' situi tioiis. . As tlhe. lille siuggqsts;' "']neeiii 'ber?,' draws its h.lcnfei. roill the "'badl mnemoiy" angle,- which is cleverly : worked wi'thout' beco ming' tiresomne ii the sl...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 13 May 1940

PROFESSIONAL aOPTIcIaN-X.?? OPTICIAN Optometrists aild Opticians REGULARLY VIIT ?H~TS DIS TRICT EVERY X RE . and may fttconsul d per 'ally t the Go brdi Gout lrrtel, F i, 28th 0TH nhTlo~t~tJtT','E,.i Go1lbllrn1 Gouli#Vll'l5tel FJ/i., 28th , , to d-m. BUI NI OR I eLke eorgt Hotel. d,24t May, 9 to 4 p.m. TAT ? Mmonday, June 3, Argyle I- 1te 1to 4 p.m. OR OKWVELL: Webster's, Jewellers, I day, 7th June, 9 to 4 p.m. Goulburn Evening Post . MONDAY, MAY 13, 1940.

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Mothers' Day OBSERVANCE IN GOULBURN [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 13 May 1940

M lIthers Day OBSERVANCE IN GOULBURN Mothers' Day was observed in Goulburn throughout Sunday, when white flowers, symbolising the occasion, were 'to be seen on all sides; Special services were held in the "lethbdtllt Pr:esbyteriasn, Baptisi and alvation Army.Chlurlches in honour I the day. and l"hlte flowers were :0'orn ly aneniuiers of the large con reg?tions. Ministers dwelt on the heine of Mother in their addresses, ndl special lhymnns and solos were 3ung. There wo s ans UinUsually large nam 1lr of Sunday visilors to the various :emoteries' where ihany of the graves celoe covered in fldoers. At the hos itals whlite flo\w'eri were dlistrlibuted 'monags the atltients.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 13 May 1940

IITAU I jII ,IIC 'I" NESTLE'S ALTED MILK is doubly valuable these days. : Apart from eing a pleasant, healthful and sustaining drink S it is also the erfect tonic food. Vitamin B, the all important j vitamin whic i s deficient in most modern diets, is the secret. The body d es not store this valuable vitamin. It must be ' renewed dai . Nestle's Malted Milk, always rich in natural vitamins, no contains an added quantity of this essential / , vitamin whii promotes vitality, strengthens body, brain and nerves. Growing children and hard-working adults : all need Vitamin B. There's no nicer / > way of getting yours than through / S - i Nestle's Malted Milk. bY 8 l d~Pd -iil FI Fl .R ELIIGHTFUL BREFKFAST OOd . NO USKS NO G:~ T NEQUALLED FOR QUALIOTY A PRODUCT OF CLIFFORD LOVE & CO. LTD.; SYDNEY' NIWW.? ,N " lb??q.... We ha" FRU IT and CREA AY CUSARD "Thore are no , 1mplaints and no gettovers when you give the family Foster CIl? k', rich, delicious, Creamy Custard. No other Cust...

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SHOP ASSISTANTS [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 13 May 1940

SHOPAS'SISTANTS With 'a viey to' bringing before oorliers selvien In tilhe. wrlrehouses ilnd shopsjn Go lblhirll the servicee vrhich tile Shoo. Assistrlntst' Fedlera .ion rellliersl to them, MIr. Victor IIy inld. one of the organisers of tihe F'edelation, will visit GolltG uirill to-da . Ir. ]pY:aenel will aitten(I tlhe ileeting of ;holl . nasistants, whichl lils Ibeen rtlled for to-nigihrtt at th lhii\ay in titute at 8 o'clock.

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Patriotic Fund At Crookwell [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 13 May 1940

Patriotic Fund At Crbokwell C:': ROOEWILL?: 'Althoughi the "ist meetin il ce'lle:l for'te t.loIur SPose of formli'"g a l local branrlch If '" thi. lIArd 'Mayor's. liatriotic Fundt . lapsed through: laick. of liublic intere:4t, thd Ipresid(ett of' ."the Sihire Co' lt l , (r . "r . :A 1. iilcDolmildt, is' confident t that. a tfuri her ,motilctn ' to Ie h·cll: dn O.n .? Wil' ,,T+II mieet with Ibettel: I Spoaking. at Thursday's ,meeting of' theGC ookwell" Shire Council.,he said-it-wvas the'duty of:,the commui-i Ityto ,form a local branch of .heffiund, whiclh had 'ieen ,fprmed uo tsitt-the bldtiiers::i:ho were going ;pversease S,?Before.thd?, meeting :.wa', a?;letter tr6om the Feteral Treaturor Mr. P. SpDntder ',t sking tl? :coi ncil~ to give its asfsistiince to' pltitig; the. sale of w;i?' Saving Certifltd.tea in the Idustrict. Bs- t imt t he stated peoidle f It-lmnlte. idsoutices 'vould be able to" assist the 'ndhli'ol?tlahi' effort by ontiributlihtn g smallnsu.int : NEE?'?~iD FORIoi R...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 13 May 1940

iN MEMORIAM _ OA] AIAN.-In lo.vin memory f d?ir Sdurling daughter Ind sister, Iu?nico 1 lurine Oakman; who passed iaway :th May, 1938.l Tw yearslhaise~pas ed since th t sad dny, WI on the one e loved a dear pnssed anay: ' ..end was. su en,i the.: shock [ severe,. :|. " .. W. little knew:th eonl wvas ,ni r. Y urhanppy.smile a'nd loving ays SII..linger ,with, u?n all out dal . Inserted h.y he loving ither, mothei, sistersalnbhr'seir.

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