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CROOKWELL "BOMBSHELL" Grant Of 9000 Is Refused [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 13 May 1940
CROOKWELL "BOMBSHELL" Grant Of £9000 is Refused CROOKWELL: "This will be a bombshell for the district," declared Cr. C. O'Brien at Thursday's meet ing of the Crookwivell :Shiire.. Council.when informed that the efforts inmdde to secure a grant of £9000, on a £ :for. £ basis, by a by-roads pro grammine had proved :friiit less. Trenchantly criticising .the. Min ister for Works and Local Govern ment, Mr. L. 0. Martin; 'for having: failed tao honout his. piomise 't tho ; deputation which, interviow\ed: himi to advise council .within/a month '.o the outcome of their rcpiesientatiboin Cr. O'Brien stated that the Minister was obviously trying to side-step the. council.'' " ' ' . ': ' Wchen no word had ben. recelved, from: the-Mlinister;at the April.meet ing, of the council, Mr. G. E. Ardill was ,communicated with .by telephone: and .he. promised l to, make .enquiries. At Thursday's .mneting ;the president., Cr..W. .~. McDoiinald, stated that he hade' had, a. personal iiterview .with Mr. Ar...
BRITISH LABOUR'S APPROVAL [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 13 May 1940
*BRITISH : : *'* LABOUR''S A:, : P * APPROVAL 'L,'lONDON,'~und~ay: .As a :elimin airy.a meeting of the:.British Laboitr Party approved of the delcisioii of the leaders of the piorty inr joining. Mri Churchill's Cabinet to strengthen the .Gbvernimelit in the -wmr gdiiiist IHit lerism. .' t ".'meetiing of tf.he Traiinsport-i:Wilk-. eis'i Union .lhlis been called 'toi con sider th?linviti tioh.ot the Prime Min ister, hMr. i Chlurcliill,: to" Mr.'?rEinest Bevin "to'become Minister fori ilaioi.r anid: to 'orgalfisethe minan power of the : nation : ~? *.,
TABLE TOP (Copyright.) NEWSPAPER FEATURES LTD PUBLISHED BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 13 May 1940
TIABLE TOP By Eden Phillpotts (Copyright.) NEWSPAPER - .....:: PUBLISHED BY FEATURES LTD. ' SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT "The gorge ·will be full of Lighl," he answdred. Five .lilhnutes 'later Pard6(o h0d talen, the dlinghy and Irowed himnsef ashore. They watched himi flrom the dleck 'in sllence until .he: laidled, turned an~d vavcd to them; ih'eli te is atlpeaireil :into the .rclef?-""Fi .o an moment it 'sdemed that :somethling strange confronted liili for. he stood(, lifted his feet ;anld. examhiedl" tho black ea;i.th bgqne th hinl.. letit the discoviery .rather.'.hsteneid ~ thi?in de terrell his actions, and .he was 'swiftly '0one.! ' * RESCUE PARTY .. · I·, ,i ·:.,:!-d :U . i,(itW . · ,/ · : : rdlel e (l itnlfsle Wihll Ii l0llbe null selal:atioi alone peilft th'ile iadl: to saflety betwaeenius anl tiloseC w( love, asnd:Jane:knewv that thle less she ha'd1 to 11do with ?her sweetheart for the ipresent :th'e hbetter. . SheIlo disillPealited to her callin Il d Angilus also wilidered away, wi...
SCATTERED SHOWERS IN SOUTH-EAST [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 13 May 1940
SCATTERED SHOWERS SForecaist:.. ;?ome ,furtheir scat; tered;.~lowers inhtl. t Oeteol ' llS-1 . trsictsuilt bhieflyYabout :the coasto : nlid :in .the~ South -east mind "north - east-. liarts . of, the "Stite ; ivwe'ther miostly. fiie; mnoderiste day temper atures; cool to cold night; patches' of mist o.r fog, chiefly on the hligh lands and coast; scattered frosts inland; south to soulh-east wrinds, fresh on parts of the coihst.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 13 May 1940
YOUR WINTER FRIEND" S A (NOWLMAN OVERC AT Really a Ma s Overcoat should be more than just an article of wearing ai arel to keep out the cold-it should be pro tective fricnd whose company you enjoy. If you wear Knowlman Overcoat yoiL are shown'r diIhwrl that youi kee good company, because our Coa'ts are nd the newest s ecs and designs and oftihe high stand d of quality that sells true economy. YOU CAN BEAT "THE CORNER'S" COAT VA UES SMART DOUBLE BREAS ED WOOL TWEED OVERCO TS Plain back style with Art. Silk ining. In medium shade of Grey with Blue overcheck. Price'4 / NEAT BIRDS' EYE DESIG IN ,, SMARTLY CUT GREY TW ED -, ,OVERCOATS Swith plain back. Double easted S style and in full range of sizes. Price each .. .. ENGLISH WOOL TWEED TS in modern Grey designs with clow pane overcheck. Double text e self liriing. Particularly good A/ value at. U BOYS' WOOL TWEE 4 OVERCOATS in serviceable Grey pattern fully lined. To fit boys 5 to 12 / years of age. Price ...... ixo hxnx's Coriwr Ta FIl...
HEROIC WORK IN THE AIR 'Seven Bombers Down Before Breakfast' [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 13 May 1940
i'; THE AIR 'Seven Bombers Down Before Breakfast' LONDON, Sunday: Violent air activity during,the whole of the week-end over France, Balgium and Holland provided ;an occasion; for thrilling, Allied actions and heroic eploits.,. * -. .„ , '.*"1" f". ihiig ,'Alust'ili n pilot s:i min'ld tili tle I1A.1 .i , i.llhters' . . ; , a' &lt;)rl~ as: "WuV,.re i mowing tlihemii down."i / -.- '' '' .r 'i Tlhre ol'lis," lie 5id1, ."weit uip ind eich got .i Heiikl.; A ilritish liiririnir e sq;nitllron idown seven bolnbeiirs b lefore ilc-i . S st. lire fighlters in- the at'lernoon alone itcointil:? l?'?o four, e ii'iiiyo ei ni o riddled with bullets that their. return to Germany ws ~most d doubtful.' One Illot said: "We dived . ill among 50 planes lnd shot them: up as rapidly as posil'l"" . T'rhree Hiurlicanes shot down three of eight Messershhtistts .,flying: over. lHolland yesterday. They returned to? the aerodromne without ,ammuiition. The Blenheim bonibeis lisive .citaedl eteat havoc wit...
SUCCESSES IN MUSIC Our Lady Of Mercy College [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 13 May 1940
SUCCESSES IN MUSIC Our Lady Of : Mercy College ,'Onl Friday. Meay 3, Mr. Cyril Monk ind Mlr. Willfrid Al'lorm, representr iveo of the:SttIte C:onllsel:vatoriim of Mlusi?c? i.ited0l 'Oi' Ladys of Mercy College: to:. exalnille thie 'calldidateu ptl eselnted f0r I ractical test du11i1 the first tein 'iinstetid .bf tie last?. Thlde glratifyilg lresults hilve:just beel i rieceived and :are1 as follolws:--- ,' '-.Diplomai :'of Associate 'in. Musik Aistralia usIallly I abblreviateld to A:Mtlus.A.: Violin Gortrudele Poidevin. Thie:'stanlardm: foI this- exaliiiiationl ill Velry higlh, ;aI i. eqtiiles i5 ' 1n1bwledge: of a lolng :list of technical stiutldies, as well ts.:- th followilng nilumlIbors: 1 'C'aprice,"i Rode. 2. "Sonaita" from Beotlibovel. 3 .'.'Hym1ii to tithe 'Sun" (fiom, ?tle operi, '!l"; Co: "d'Or11 Rimsky-I1.0orsakov (Kielslei,), . 'Deslrt Solng," Gerli :d alenii. ;:Vialll, Ol;ade VI.: :Hdnouis, 8'S m1nrks; Betty, Pircell;::. credlit,. SO malrks;. Kevi- ?IcAloon ; c cedit 7lt ...
CHURCHILL IN COMMAND The New Prime Minister [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 13 May 1940
CHURHI~LL IN CO~MMAD The New Prime Minister .LONIDQ? sundlay ull?a. ' ,th; .nevr,.(?ilhinet aplpointlibiel-t uts officially illounlqlil?,i': : " :: M1r1 VWnsto? lChilehill, foi'merlV Fi'it4L Lo;d iof. the Adn'ilralty, becomes Piime :Ilnisiiter aiid Mihist r forl De felice. M'. lr'Nevill'e C h'lbamr naiti, forterly Primei tiltstei\.ailnd First:'ord of the Tre;esiliryNieconlee Li.rd PEii df the Councilr. Mr. Clemnint Riichlrd.Attle'o L ead 'r of thbe 1Pirlinientliry Li',Lboulr Pirtyl bcon.mes: Lord Pri'ly Seal, .r plscing Siri Kingl o "Wood: :o: Lo;.,if ni i r?ettil;s the ?o:i folloo if Secl'etufi" foip Foleeli'i Affaisi" i:Mr. Ai:tiurin Greenwood, :Debul? Lehder of thl:rParllitnentari' laibiur Purty hbecomes Minister without Dport folio: : : Thletive wil ill constitute the 1Vsir Onhinet." illiboul Imemnleri -' oif tlle House "of Commons; liecoil?osi'i rstLor, ' of tlhe Admliri 1ty; succeolling Mlr. Olhu r'cill. Mr.- Aiitlony EIlen; forilerlySecre-. ti~ry for :thie DI)Oillioiins ibeco...
Goulburn's Next Show Criticism Of Mr. Lloyd's Report [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 13 May 1940
Goulburn's Next Show Criticism Of Mr. Lloyd's Report )cclariing that replies received c fI'rom the Edlit Committee andtl'i the Chief Iting Steward, Mir. I). Hunt, regarding criticism con- . tiinied in Ills report of tile last show were purely defensive, MIr . J. E. Lloyd, at a mleeting of the"i A., P. and H-. Society on 'lihurs-' (lay. last, slucccssfully "inod iC' that a sili-conunittee of tliire&lt;;.;; he appniointed to go fully' inlto : tile whole i iquestioi . "It appears to :mle thath repoles ainm at defence ratherx than :conistl no Live criticisilh,". said' Mr "Lloydik iho dtded that suech was not the idea?.!a Referriiig to: a statement ,in GI r.' Lloyd's report' th it theire .twa. s nlieeI for nmore horse stalls,( Mr:. :Hiiht stated that he,'would not:i'eoniiend, the erectioil of further hbrse stalls owing to the ilci tht'' liltle ibdonh venience was caused. this year, :wiien the entries were lar~,er thani:usreul; Mr. Huiit recdniimended i that "the \Vorks Committee....
PATRIOTIC EFFORTS Employees Take A Hand [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 13 May 1940
PARIOTIC ,: EFFORTS E'mployees - Take A Hand SAt a meeting.of the.employees Sof Thomas Williams, Ltd., on Fri- : Sday evening, presided over by Mr. O. Grant, it was decided that.all emnployees should ptin a'mounts ra.-.ng ngngf om : 6d .tosl/,' a- week. foi patriotic funds foMt:l aira:t tiun of th War ': t'idn'.,Of.?l:i~ e? ?,?ar.:;'?. !·3r:·::?;?' ··:"?.., q-' . i": SIt wvts iao ilecideH to fi il 't airouip to purchanso w i cir.tilictltes antid it is hopled ito ipurchase int Idailea e t i' 11eelk. niinmmediate apiplicatiibi'o is be iug ,made for: 5 certificates. The gr'ouli is it ,present 17 in. number. Miss Lanidig'au has' been'appoiinte secretary/and treasurer :to the group..
ROAD SIGNS Goulburn List Revised [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 13 May 1940
UROAD_ iSIGNS , Goulburn List ilevised /:A' plin to ire-arrange and ..addl ..a number of nlew road signs'at ' a':;?i, bius In tersectionis within the, ::: .iiiicipall.ty .was outlined .by. tie •.Departmient of Malin.Roads in a-.: ?. letter. to" Thlirsilay. nlghlt'ss Ieet- , :ing: of0.: the Goulbuiri '-; City ': - Counc -il. .. v Poiiintin out thi.t tlie matterilhac been' discussed: some: time 'ago i m tt the City Engineer, Mr. W. Ii Mun '. the Divisional .lngineer:of the deo par'tinent, :Mr.: J: J iames tsaid tith extra signs requilred were on requisi ion : and would be supplied to cbno sll ln due course. it Was thouglht that the cost of election would be iicon:i siidei able and might be chiarged to thb ami.intcnance' item .ini; the Main :lnd Triunkl: Peads .lrogramme for: thi" year. :.*::'- . " '; '-An :elnclio"' d schedule provided foi. th'e erectlhi:'orf newisigns- or the re arrangenient 01 ,oxisting 6ones :at' thr inteirsections jot ,Auburn anid Clifitor Streets, Sloane: an'd Cl...
GERMAN SHIPS AND AUSTRALIAN CARGOES [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 13 May 1940
GERMAN SHIPS AND . :,AUSTRALIAN CARGOES -"SYDNEY, 5Moliday: It '?as stated to-diy thait the seizure of Gelrman vessels Iii--the Dutch East Ihidies wvoul(liu'obably rosultl1t the ea'rly1 release of" cargoes worth :£25000.0 cobnsuiled to :Australia.l ,.", T:hlied cargoes consist of over iO00 tosls siid include siulsqhfirsI'y. dyes, anld ihousehold :effedts of e?twish, 'e tugees.
New Buildings Almost £8000 To Be Spent [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 13 May 1940
NewBuildings SAlnosst £8000 To Be Spent !:lt is very gratifying to find: that the applications cover an estimated expenditure of nearly t£800,"! remarked the Mayor, Aid. T. P; Manion, at Thursday night's meeting of the: City -Council after ,council h'ad given approval 'ttot eight applications for building'. permits.- - .:*Inclc'udel i ti the applications, .which n~volved a ; total es tiiated outlay of £77190, was:one fl.on the D0dlelp :'iient 'f aPublic Woiks, seeking ap proval fo tlese brection of buildings now in coui6 of construction at the Biungendore Road ~rub-stationi at ani estiniated cost of £5799. SR'eferiling to this application, the Healhi and Building Inspectoi .Mr. A. Ht Currell, said that as it aPplcie to a Govern:lment coiiiiact w nik, ti?'l 1a1licationo had been, submitted Dy couitesy t of tle department ierely, for statistical,. uirposes and its iii. elusion in 1his report did not n.iec; arily indicalte council's approval tc, the pioliosed- septic tank linstallatior...
No Support For Relief Tax Scheme [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 13 May 1940
No Support For Relief Taix Scheme S.Support . for i resolntio' ulrgling tile Governmlllent tomlltlkl hvaillable grants ,from the .Un temploymeont IRelief Tax,iriste-ld of Iby the prJesent loan/grant Sscllhelle ' Wis . sought by . tile Dorrigo Shire (:ouncil in a .cir "cithr letter to Thursday night's ,l?ectlng of the City (rotncil. :Declaring that Dorrigo Shire; and Drobably many other similar bodies throughout the State was .experien cing .a wave of unemployment amonigst. the labouring members of Its populatian owing to the scarcity of,depasrtmental grants .for urgent ibod and bridge works and the cloa inug 'ddwn of certain * constructiov veorks already in progress, the letse' sitated that if the UnemDloyment Re liefi Tax,, which had recently bcee riresised, was honestly used for the purpose. it' was raisedt, the council lnt!' that there was no justificationt for 'the 'stand being' taken by the Gobvernient , .'II.t ,ii'o't advocated 'that those phliysically-: unable to undertake ma...
Draughts In Park [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 13 May 1940
,Draughts In Park' With a. view to a'.certainin - whether or not a.draughts table and seats could be placed in Bel more Park for the benefit .of elderly men -who frequentthe: area daily, Thursday night's meet- ing of the City Council decided to obtain a report on the proposal, from the City 'Engineer, Mr. W; .: Muntz. ': In a letter .reatd to the nmieetidg: the N.S.W Draughts. Associj tioning: gested that council minglit erectl .a concrete difaught .thtable i,.'d :seats wvithin, the:: inuniciplity.i. Over 'the past three.: yea rs. ~variou.s councils n:a "cteil on thhe a''ociatiio'sth sgi 'estio to erct' cich atlthle ' ' 2' : Thetabtles' seats anld iahl ie co c iete ibhasei wol , s??ol ~9:.dcoo.r.,£'2/i1 ; liveredfin'ttse metronoltits'enrea, w spiiroximately £?3/, fo.:i e ecttin added the; 'wiiter idwho .salidb. where'i ' iasuitable cential site t as rholsi's ' the tables provide ld on .g' felt anti:t'o :Ithe agedl and infirmito enjo;h-oliours 'of friendiy.i cobifoit!?i=: During ah r...
SEPTIC TANK [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 13 May 1940
SEPTIC TANK Thursday niglht e neetig of the C ulIburn City,; poutincll: dptd t r.e miuinendation by Othe (Heal th iod uliilding Inspector, Mr . .-H Cirell. that, subject to colnllianice ; i?tlhthlie reluirements of tlhe Boalrd of Heailth. nI application by Tr. J. Ri. ':Mitthell for llperlission to install a septic tank ol tlie property known as Stimmer Hill, should be granted.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 13 May 1940
AN EASTERN PROVERB An stern proverb rsays "all diseoe oenters byI the mouth". But the results of wrong "oting and drinking ore remedied by R.U.R....th, bloodstreom is kept free from ocid polsons, tfhe~syst sm iglon nd reisstant to infoti. pin. lin? e ullln versai toveini re d4,o C. ROGER AND SONS, GOULB RN. Ask,For Free Booklet. Wyanted--A tinw.s you ino waUt then Iet Ihe (o'ulhuiir'n l:vning nost. get it for ynu j I dir -::2? GIVES V i ¾:EXTR WHITENESS ..?t. ,J. KTCHEN ?nl50NSPTY. ·r') .? . .and it ist e e . most economic I hel-h l petrol you can b y hell-the largest marketers of Motor Spirit in this co ntry have brought their whole organisation to bear on pro ucing one unbeatable petrol. This scientific concentr tion n one grade has resulted in a crystal clear petrol. of per ctly alanced performance which combines in full measure very uality desirable in a motor spirit. * UJCANBE SURE OF SHLL The Shell Company of Australia Ltd. S(Incorporated in Great Britain) 502a [ :i· YOU OWE I...
Brutal Germans Horror As A Weapon [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 13 May 1940
Brutal German Horror As A. ,Weapon LONDON,; Sunday: The Ger mans are tising--.the air. weapoi: to teriarise the civilian lDOPula-. tioinse tie ':sorst examples o0 fiightilues ebeillnesl- the re.i orte Wbobniei ig aof:t-dvo rt 1ainei ,fu?? nomen ian children o thei r O wa , unnig- the .sth eets..-: Thiee piivatecasre eleewbere, ,con i taniig refigees1 vwereriddled' w ' machile gnui bulletsO Nine bombs fell on wolclrng clete hemes: lii :aBelgeiioin? . IN IIRUSSEI ''A ' The Tiiies. Brul;ssels :correspol?ndenli stItee thant mnqibf; i bembe fel far friiii military objectives: :i.:,":-?:. It vitas estimated; yesterday ~t ovei. a i.h idieii bid le ople b?d! e i?eYd n Ikill: ad ii iteire Buseels 'arre~d icludid rr many 3voinenf al..if~' l~q;i Br onibei i'end~el1~fIe e slch Je ole quallrterii of one :town mhn' ~iial?bitleuii I', :'?:' "lonebs rediicd h ilors' a hoiuseiin iinotlii . Ybs entre - (dust' bciii- blaei w to ruins. he chi iliabisualties alriduy l : -,otal scvertil hiundrells.- ?.- ...
Talk Of A Nerve Gas [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 13 May 1940
Talk Of A Nerve Gas BER;NE, Switzerland, Sunday:' ' N; eutral - military ,observers sa .that the new method by which " 'the German captured the powerfu?l~.[ ffoits,iof.the Albert Canal is be- ; ,-:lie~,v, to be, nerve cas. declare " American correspondents. 'lI'e inhaling.l roduces lassitude and , inability to coordinate- nmuscles.. .. Geainuils announce boastfully ,tlh!it tihe invincibility of..the Magillot Line'' has now heen pal in a different light,,n, (iThe gas menetioned in the cable-v, grams is 1not newC. It is diffulsedl fioni . hilells .in the orlin','v way and muit ,. be lilllitedl ill effect.) ::