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GRAZIER'S OMISSION Stock Return Not Lodged [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 14 May 1940
GRAZIER'S OMISSION Stock Return Not Lodged A\t Iho Goulburn, Police Courl. yesterda iy ouiy iRobert Peters. .gazier.i of ?diddle Aim in ond; o iRhyannn, was -finc d £1, -vfli'wt £2/1i0/ cests; for havigiilb failled. 'to fiurnilsh IlaildTand 'stock l ''r tulrns to the Pa'stires 'Protection ]loaiid withi: the period alloo,:ed lunder the P.P. Act. The. case s ;hich is a: miost :im poritan t one, is belieovedl to' be ti? filrst undertiaken by: the-lio'iard fo. t :leaslt 30 yeiars:: St.tinig, thiht tltlioig ii a lieavy penalty w's i:iot sBoght ii tlis, par ticuilar' issue: bt th hat the hborlrd would seelt the iffnoxiiiili fiiie or £20 iii fuitiie. MTi.. . F: -Tlidnis, o| Miessrs E' F '; li'ilidi ,siafild iiefiridcit; who pilpeiieil "o' lithe firoseh tion, sild lie wishlled to ex pres. the bholird's' attitide lml' aited' tlhi : witihout. tihe .re titndi i Oeestiii tihe liodrio ?w ii iit aihle to nikle its :assesslienits withiili the prescrilbed Iime anid'was ':tlfis iit to consiiilei obt...
JUNEE PILOT INJURED IN A BLACK-OUT [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 14 May 1940
JUNEE. PILOT INJURED IN A BLACK-OUT JTack Coopei, the son of Mir. ind Mrs. Sid Cooper, of Eurongilly, w!lo isiln Eilgland with the Royal Air F'orce, met with a serlious accident, sayse the Juneeo:Southern. Cross. Only irecently he was. traiinsferred to niew headqua'rters iI Englilan l; andl thie acciddnt occurred duriiig hIs first night off. Accomlniilhedi hy tw;o .otlier:young niei,, lie weiit to aoiiarhy :centre' hut Ihen "theyl w?? e et:,ydtiliilllig the" hu liikl clwhi.they were :'trave hlliin i evel elibid euin tionhlle - ,It ias oinl iothIilf a. mille fiii their ahbde, of eossiileiide nld 'thley discileded: 'oi' illc liomie': thlnee :aliirealst alonig i nlirrowlrofk 'n .' i?.I:' tlie :"bIlck-ott" c :colidilibons Whllici1 hrivill i Engli thy l iilteydid iotictilno~ie at cr:whici. ame ul'hlie" hiinl thiein. : iJack' Cooli"i. w hisn hii;led ii?i' aver thie oinfet alid ion to the l?l ndscioeno iicl thIlluen tosseld back on- totlie niearb'y In Hecsffered severo abrasions to the -fa...
EXHIBITS OF SHEEP Knotty Point At Shows [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 14 May 1940
EXHIBITS OF SHEEP Knotty Point At Shows .Inr accordance, with a decision . o the Southern Tablelarids Show 8dceties Union, each society aft , fijiated with tlie union vwill be Surged to give consideration to p posing Rule 19 'of th'e N.S.W. S ep E Breeders' Association;' which provides for the irispdction, :s(iearln. ,- : t. 1taggingiof. shoi"w:,/ '-ceep n the .Meciinodand iCor' ldle classes. B':Sting ,thelir 'rgumnents on the! fact 'that :it was'.l difflicult to? actuilly" ?tle 'fine" tlh' : word ',stud" In relation,,to 'lheepl ,:nmd:that .variops idslitiets .lit: fert digw ilely .:t1c 1:egard ; o: "sh eep i?i).'lng plioblenmsi i',-ihminfet op iele-? :gilsr str ongly, lposelp?eid ? a. Irsolutioli Inaking ,itl :bitling: upon .e?hibiitots at all ;ihows within .tlhe unilon tbo have their. sheep: .?tint and ailaspelteid ini conifoitmity, with e tileheep DBrD eedes' Asoeiatlion's reguilations. Thle inmotion wa. lefeated by 12 ?votes to ,4.'I : Without. dissent .thei contetrence theP ado...
ROAD CYCLING Amateur Club's Races [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 14 May 1940
:ii:::ROAD CYCLING : Amateur Club' s Races. :'.The programme saag'ed by th'e (Goulburn Amnateur .BIcycle. Clilb& on Saturday afternoon was- by;,' ,far the best seen this soeaoon':.=' 't: was most ,encoutraingl. to tLhe hili) offclIals to see sucdha lai?ei fiIeld ui'il' to , lote ithe returi ;to (hh: loaidi::ofl soime of the old riders, It Is felt:that the:e are: :severalm.nmore.to .co..nia;. tlihe: lads are ?too 'gbod oli whtlm ,hels to i1e among :thek: onlookerls- '. , Bob Craig, Bill :L5siie's Chrlfi Olilback and: Hli'leOa?, i.a'?dre ? ee d?l ba?% in:' the: club; :where ·.i warm :iedl come awaits: them: HaIrley Gray, byh tfiet' way, Is repojited to,: have shares in 'a cerltain farimfi,.and is:e?peptedtc': iejoin. hli clubmates:s as:soon as chafl cuttIng is overifi . 4 2 0 ;'The finishing spilt oSn Saturl'da was:Worth going a long 1 ny to see, ia bunch of competltors fightlng .lt out in rasfid . 'style. i.:,,I 'g!i Fi'e fid. 'slh~ot, away to 'snatch .;idctory from E. Mau. d...
ARGUMENT OVER FRUIT Visitor Fined For Assault [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 14 May 1940
ARGUMENT OVER FRUIT Visitor Fined For Assault .George Morrell, ilenl plyel " salesiiani ,of Chhtrl.s Stirn. cle - l?isco?.mt, nllo staited -thait lie wa;i inri AGnonlu, n connvales.lfng .nnroni. Lili fnicial cnitynpilut it, v?,a.-6tni'. ci. tlne. ti Jmnotlhinrn'n lPnnlnce Couii ".e'all."ten wllollirnn ' ("nnlniti 'I1fn 'ws ieprcdasontl by. clla?gi liim:n. Mi~on l'l olwas i:llooved 't, monlthl to:: paly Ihe' "i unloe wifs lly a.s?slwhl In?. sl?tdl £2/j2/ liofestoln'd cos:' . : otl ?Iefhoy Il,'owd, .(ifhJ'ftoh Siidwdt ·;Thec coni·~liin'plilinant ' l.enneth lbj Bfi ?ireorw , at oulr i it on Frltoi l"iorgmqell,. vho, Wa.q fined. £2,; .With tie70/e.costsI was represennled by Mi.-w tn"te?n t in fJrohnstoatthe whIil o. I-oel was ren a dan rsne etlea Ja ca.?:c llenhih over tolwas i"allowed almontitoi piicyl He finesn and lll thoS efen, lnclultw deda e£2/2l IRfesiii aeil tco'stu w .enle:- vi goliig to pay foi the. case at: e cheba th.' ie h co-iilrilalnlt, ·,hail .setolnTiy irown, fruli tere...
NEW DIETRICH 'Destry Rides Again' For Empire [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 14 May 1940
]VEW DIE TRICHI 'Destry Rides Again' For Empire T'Ih (C rtunll of .i a IrlcrleC "aceiiicetl tile~o: c .?It?ai inc? ith "' 3UIC. l (((ve II -ndd C oI e "oC-i'ii n~ '3 iel; -" hanced btlhrecenew hit tunen wllcli slhci .sln'S iin liUivelsi .. . "Destry'lidcs. Again," coinng to the Eniphire( ;i I' VP33ly, ySitt.r (dayad M(i?i.iIi nxt., l'lhe eon"sg1 include "Little lJe,'. You've Got. T'hihtL0ook"''- andb 'l' , ils .I the iflck itooliln'' i wethi~ , lttiitt :eil flier-. by. IJi'?fl?i. Lo ossuc itd FlrederIclk 1-ollmnder. '1he' sa?ime te33m con3lose3l such hils as': "'Two' Sleepoly : 0Peoile '.' oonlIght ail Shaidows' ':Wllsloisers in thle.::D 1rk ' nlld nlly oethlers. .A1' fourth .song, lia llid 13 nu3nier called "I've 1loen In Loire l3ofoi,': ailso . in i.DestiY? RyI?des" Ail,'. glving Miss. Dietirili .mor;e0 inuiibers t[ i an shl e -hias Ocer ci t 1 habl0 oe i f i' fillin cole I 9 lesltdes [lthe. songs,.:.I ss Dietiich doets [:lie -Vli'ginl: reel.?.witli Jaiimes Stewart, Iern co-esta'i...
PRIME MINISTER'S APPEAL Australians Must Close Ranks [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 14 May 1940
PRIME MINISTER'S r., APPEAL .Australians Must Close Ranks CANBERRA, Tuesday: Last night the Prime Minister, Mr. Menzies, issued an appeal to Australians to sink their dif ferences, close their ranks, and stand behind the Government. He declared that the position in. Europe was of the greatest gravity, and constituted a : powerful chal lenge to the .existence of the British Empire.i ;'.;' : : .- 'We appeali to.those who can give military .service i to. offer their ser vices promnptly; we' appeal to thost .who: have money, to 'submnit' cheer fully to the hburden- of tlaxation,i iail to -invest to: the poinrt of sacrifice,' he. said.' . •." "It' must never be said that, at the .greatest crisis Iii the history of our race, Australia failed to play her full part." M.-r.: Merizies made his slatement afteor the Wa' 'Cablnet had considered all: aspects' of Gerniahy's' invasion of Hollind aiid Belgium,; and' rporats of the. fighting: ,OSSIiLE INVAlASION OF iltliTAIN '"Tlhe? eve5ts of the las...
UNITED PARTY Gunning Branch Meeting [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 14 May 1940
UJNITED PARTY Gunning Branch Meeting .:The annuall meetin.g of nielilbers ,of ,the tgunning U.A.P. brancll was ,held- ,last Saturlday. I r. J.' N.1, :Stonie. wad elected to the chair. SENATE CAMPAIGN ialtleulial' lttontion, sild( Mr.. Smi'rt, would hItve to bele paidi to -tile SeiLate: cailllpaigl on thllfs' occasion. Failure .on0 thle plart' of the electors in 1937 to recognise the lin liortance of the Senate was reslionsibleo.for tne four seats in N.S.W. being lost to Labour. Despite the, success of tno U..P. iandl U.C.P. in the I-louse "o Represeintatives in this State, Laboui won. In thle Senate by sonme 80,000 votes,- and it was genierally believed that Labour's folur "A's" at the top of the ballot liaper secured this Siuc cess since the people ivere not very concerneld atbout thile Senate. Offilce-bearers elected for thile lln suing year were:-President, Cr. J. E. Stone; vice plresident, Ir. S.: T. Starr; secretary, MIr. C. Carter; -reasurer, ,Mr. L. Dayvis;' delegates to elec...
MOSTLY FINE, WITH COLD NIGHTS [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 14 May 1940
MOSTLY FINEI WITH COLD NIGHTS FORECAST Tendency to: somee isolated( showeis in north:east dlsei Strlts iaI, parts.L. of tle colnsti fino for the present with "riler ; O.day.terlmperatuie$eb cool to cold', tnigrhts scattoi~ed frosts miindlt'i d fO in ooirtthelnlriand tei'nse -,, ar.deas; 1:tsoith.eastl tlori or istlersi, " It.9I1; allgtlitlo 0m1odor0ilo(1 •,SO
Scarlet Fever Cases [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 14 May 1940
Scarlet Fever, :Cases :". Scarletlfever - cses still coc- , .'. tinu to be: admitted to the Dis trict Hospital, and at present 25 Fe duole are in':the iolatlon ward. !obuir cases ",have been. admlitted. since Frijday. : One of tliese'is a nurse fromia Goulburn hospital, wh?ere.t?io niuirses formerly contracted the coni plalint .::f the 25 :pLtieis now .'in isolii tion;,t23 iare childron then.majorlity under the .ageo' f 12.. .: . ;..: 'It;.is:.almost:. seven months since: tle o:outbreak :started -in Goilburn; and a few weeks ago 35 'patients :were in isolation des pite the fact that, the: ward i:.s'; caplible ?, oPaccomminodatlng emily 30~
IN THE DARK Goulburn And Electricity Services [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 14 May 1940
IN THE DARK Goulburn And Electricity Services Although it is generally ac cepted that the light and power restrictions introduced in many , parts of the State as a result of: the coal' strike also apply .to. Goulburn, most residents are. in doubt as to the exact nature of:. all restrictions. Juddging by the nature of tho prliclimnation -issued in Sydney, Goul burin householders will have to cur ta'il the use of: hiousehold alipliaices, but inqluirlies at the Town Hall to-day failed to elicit any infornmatibn as to when those;restri'cttlos would operate and what: was atually required of .he .hliouseholders. in '.this re ird. .It is exdecteil hdwever, that. more' de taildd inform?ation .will be available to-m?orrow. . .- n the imeantime,, restrictions have already been, applied to the use. of current 'for advertising :signs,: shop lighting, and ' petr0ol stations :. arid Auburln Street .last. nightaagaini rie sented 'the drab appearance .witnessed' 'ilurlig the 'week-e 'd, :wlihen. Ne...
PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 14 May 1940
PERSONAL ..lssds M. Wynno nd I Ba'rof Lindfield, a rlihblida?hi~inb oil burf. as.the guests .of' . O S 0 lures of l'irk Stret.':" : : ,:. . Mr. J, A. Perkins MP.; will :visit ';Bungendbre oilo Friday of tlits'weeic; 'airivng at11: n.mi From.:tihere he will go to Tarago and will interview con: stituents fromn 230 o'clock, and pro ceed thence to Bungonia, reaching this centre at 1.30.
MARKET PRICES [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 14 May 1940
MARKET PRICES lThe Allstralianll Wheat Board's quo tations for export wheat arletunalteredl to-day. Old bulk lots are quoted at 4/, and bagged millers' parcels at 4/3 a bushel. Prices on Sussex Street, to-day were:-Potqtoes, Tasinmanian; £ 7/10/ to Cll; eggs---new'laid 2/, case 1/6; butter, 101/2; ,maize, 4/9; cheese, 10.d to 1/.; hono;,,:4~d to,7d; .olnflis:.10(d1 to 12d; clhitff-whdeatn !l:,4/3, to 5/, oaten 5/to 5/6, lIcermhe 5/ to . 9/ liay -lu?le'llo / t/o S/i, O(!ol0 li/hto .In1/.:
FIGHTING IN NORWAY Germans Lose Transports [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 14 May 1940
FIGHTING IN NORWAY Germans Lose : Transports LONDON, lXIoiiday:, German trai: " porits are takinig back troops ·frbien!': ,: Oslo..:· One was minelm and s l . ofdi Ore- "" sun Aniother-went agioioudm lit wa ."- ief~oairted m.ns: , \ :?(.he ,Noiw?egianItn.HghCommanifhhlas3) '-.!, .. $d's-hnlihnifig li OC'n'trals Noew yiy Se'?:~' ! •,i ,:. '-raht1 respo rfe wer:iesuank ai :?;?i;;ai :! ??i??- ?.-. Teg stati ee.? t?"iadds-tlhat: the-Nior| : : tivehns hae-ahmce hi'pe l .-::inus · iirt of· Na· c- ·· ·· -. --.
NEW CABINET [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 14 May 1940
NEW CBINET LONDON, Monulte: ?'io ghn evcn a n: meilbie'r f:] Prli??tent r lm grneist Bei Gn eret the T'raides Ui liin Confinre'ss- 1 ecli selve v poet' in iimr Churcill n,ne Ciblifiet, and'n )was t:o - dyl i sw~d i i n a membert of the ri Counci He' has hiediioe Mipi s Kter'ofiabour and Natilonali Sei'vice n 'o ' Other.i lppoinItents none -sight' were Seciretaiy for IndiaM S Amr?ii, Con o .) . Ministe -ealih :M ? ihalcolii-m:Macdoia Nattionalist ' ae:i- nisie feFOr" Coid Wgoit?o n (re arlinhited): 1v sneefilsslaren ernesl t Rester X :idivr?;ce '-inr: e-ddtlstlos :,'st":othlier,.' 'sllfdm V.oUrceiS'" bf ?ln fi'muatlnor;'s : iisc''.- in: m -,tlis t eolnliihitlon.-of'thbe .overseen -isnteligeonn-' • ebhishied hfi "uI ti,is ssu~ 'ndit li n l ribI '-herein' In " i'istrceihI ,and ":'en . c" e sh d i-e reservedl.. 'lnch 'of tile cll c.oneccis In this' . ·isn s is sen heade d appecred in "'This me shn. ' nd is sent' to this Ilaper hI .special Imr ,.sid~jon: 11 shoeld ihn undrl-onD thit aini...
NEW AGE OF ENLISTMENT Now Raised From 35 To 40 Years [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 14 May 1940
NEW AGE. OF ENLISTMENT Now Raised From . 35 To 40 Years, 'IELBOURNE, - Tuesday: iho Southeris Cotmmand iHeadqua'ters ait no'unced to day thft the age limit fot' enlistmeint fint the A .I.F inhad bleen raiseed from 35 to 40 year~: ~tis: wvill apply to the Seventh: Division, and Corps.Troops, and to.allfuturd trboops -rhis(ed in .?ustralia. i:,' ! til t a's)also alinouniced thifat the minilmumli: height for, cer taiiit uoits o. thie force hall :beid i educed t:.ob fivo :.~Increased rc~ruitin$ ;is expecte d to desult 'from theannouncement. Oft riders pointed out to-day th:at .many, men aged just, over 15 years, ant: many others below the required height, who hadt made repeated ap plications to join'the Army would iow have thie opportunity to dto so.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 14 May 1940
1 MY SELLING OF - WIN ER WOOLLEN Remembe ..... . "it's WI at You Save That Couns" During "The orner's May selling of Winter' Woollens v? ues that are impos ible to~repeat will be available to the keen b yer. We can with ide say that early buying of: ofi.Winter req ire ments, foresi t and co-operatidn iwith.,: our': Oerseas Bryers enabled "The ornier" to offer outstanding values in Wool ens. Yes in buyin "it's'what you rave that counts.' "THE ORNER" Buys a Melbourny I Man facturer's Sample Range cI Cardi ans and Pulove s &lt;1 I I 7 TO BE LEARED ITl TWO PRICE GROUPS Usually 14/11, 15/11, 16/is1'. : NO / 50 only. '1 lhse l' this seasOi . i i fasillilet.i -jO ia nts niiidI .ale really IrnIlII aibli- vlliue. :We cliin lisollst? ay?'t tL at Si/11 they ar wling so1l will uiner os-lidic 1 sizes, but Ol ity gsurioiiint ? ? ''.5 .? 'l. Usually 21/, 2 /, 2'7/6.?:: SIzes ss ISV.toLOS N 100 ONLY. All beliig sall ls.l L;?hrea;etono ga " gl mlenlts alike. .A \we have ,irt unl ?istf hat yo...