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FIRE AT DRILL HALL [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 14 May 1940

FIRE AT DR IALL Diums onffol eploded 4ast night wn'the ~shecPa whi ch thely were std i n thetal a o the(rill hall at thel oikie :o Avca0 Str eet and 1 enlch's a-ol oid1(1 r i lck das d tr ;·oiy Tr.rd :-y r

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OVERSEAS TERRITORY Future Of Dutch Indies [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 14 May 1940

OVERSEAS TERRITORY FEuture Of 9Dutch i diest WAqvrSh'-INGTo N i: l nd's ';9` Th e i)lutc Iniliistei to' the' United States (DrF Loidon)? has pubiilheldi a cable from 'ltie UDitlch Foreig 10 iiiistes So lesal who isnow 1n Lonidon -'syi?. We have albsolute coifide that no te;htiotnh of the ?lplitic'sl or o legl status f o:tlie East or Westi:nidies iS conlei'tet lated Lby the rAllies 2and ,?sw feel equally confiden t 'i u t;h?t iJia:a . Tie iritishiiG;o-'er{nirfeit' lias notified Japan Ihat it? ill -(ll i spectl I iI? st quo u in tihe J)ulclr East lIndics.

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TAXI-CAB FARES [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 14 May 1940

TAXI CAB FARES ,i ::l .;:The,,,<-Ifiiste r f{oi: ".. zanspo6rt'¶. M1ir 13;" x ei. ,3 hinnOue netlsiit!,,5'. nif ght, t(:.tli file zreqieti t o ticli b priiopidr ,i ienilssoioi to ilne/euse ,rares l;'itY tli .their i[lliti lu bIhoot?r iefusel. ;.?I

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FIVE TRAINS TO SYDNEY Further Cut In Services [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 14 May 1940

FIVE TRAINS TO SYDNEY Further Cut In Services , ? i·thir trlaii: reist liciions on tile .5sl0lutrra2ik ilwiy ilc, to +talke ei 'fect. , to-nLol'rrow 1nud I'hursIll?ShIyi, inI~n, thalit after those ,ihates' olilyf live pajsscenger trains, incluldin tli night mllils, will he runniing t'ront Goulbiu'n to .SE ulneq SFro?li 'to'morrow the fast passenger 'jervice 'leaving ·ydney at 4.8 a.m. .or Moss Vale otn lMondays to Thurs :ilays will: lie discoittinued, as also vill be the traii., which leaves Sydney at the salme time on Fridays for But latioon. I'i.addition,: the mixed ex cress I(palper'tiriiin), which carries a number of-school children to Goul burn each day, will operate on an al tered tinlertable, which will bring the train into Goulburn at 9.22 a.m. -70 minutes laterthan at present. il The train lqaying Sydney for Goul burn at 5.21p i.m: donR Mondays to 'ritdays ::will: also run on atltered tables :anld reach Goulburn at 10.17 pim.',t wliile the passenger service be tween 1Bundan...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 14 May 1940

ENTERTAINMENITS NOW 1HO WIN(iO $ Thill, gasIp ml auahntne dhghtr. | ''U-BO? T 2 ~ain CONRAD VEIDT nd VALE HOBSON (Not suitn, I VALE HOBSON- - "Five Little Peppers At Home" wi ith Eldith FeIllows. ClarI nce Kolb and I he little P elrs . (Suitable for General Exhibition) TO-NIGHT j Saio. S? -Ipil, S o'clockl • OMMUNITy SINGING Vocl Items. Good Time. Dan in afterrwardls. Admission 1/. i Coursing meeting 1'OR 'ATIIIO'TI(" ) WA, F'I, MAY 18 POSTPDNED tan a *count ot lighjiing test rittio . NO Meetings will b hebld by bhe ow Coursing~ Club flntil 1 'ht antl ower are dlefi itely availabl. H. L. BROADHEAD, Secretary. NO. 4 ARGYLE STAIII-lOWKE'"TTI' AAL .OT E"-SAT," (O-OIPEIRAT 1e' I SOCIETY ,1MITEID) O ICE is herejay given thal an ppropriation dy Ballot wil be heltd n Wednesdayl 22nid May, 1 10, at 7 -0 p.m., at the Registered Oi ice of tl e Society, d/o Adlams and a an fred Montague - treet, Goulb rn. The above;A)proprjition will be ol lowe I by :al Apprqpriation by alo, and ..fort~hr Appr...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GOLF CLUB ASSOCIATES Further Play For Ladies' Golf Union Medals SECOND ROUND [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 14 May 1940

GOLF CLUB ASSOCIATES Further Play For Ladies' Golf SUnion Medals . SECOND ROUND Leadling scores in last Friday's play in the second rounld of the L.G.A. medals were: Silver Division: Mrs' Johnston, 1t, 18, 7D; Dr. Mitchell; 97; 18, 79; Miss Harris, 91, 15; 79; Miss Mit chell, 92,.11; 81.. Bronze Diliiiio:v Mrs. Filan. 95o 20, 3;9 Mrs: 'Waugh, 106, 30;'70;;, MRts.- V Baxter, 100, 29 71; 'Miss Raynolds 98 ,, , ::72'; Mrs. iTaylor,: 102 29. 73; 1 Mrs N., Baxt'r,?103, 28, 75; 'Mrs: WVattd- 111,2 6;:75. : Mrs. Filan won the strioke conm petition played in :conjunction'with tle L.G.U. medals, aild reducedl her handlicap 1by one strolke. A stroke compenltition is set, down fo.r Iriday niext (Intelrnational .Day uIinti). The di'w is: Mrs. C. Baxter v. MIrs. Tuttleliee, Mrs. N. Baxter v, Mils. Tollkin: Mrs, \V. Baxter v. Mirs. Whatley; Mrs. Evilns v. Mrs. Johlniston; Mlrs. P. Fort v. Mrs. R. Smith; Mrs; Garrett V;F Mrs. Sandra'l; Miss -Iaris .v. IMrIs. I-urst: MIrs. Haytdon v. Miss'Mciloil a...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 14 May 1940

GOLDEN WEDDING CARRITT -- RIXIARDSON clay J1., $0, at St Saviour's Goul bur , by the tate Aric deacon Alfr Al T. Puddicmbhe, B.D Airtllhur Co?jor, sonl f tthe lt D ldwin Rr i'tt, of. Ros noute, Gulllurn, tdL 'inui"Louisa, datght" of the ,it ,mJo0ps'hh-Jol@ Richha ison, of Gb Ibhurn. P.resent a:ldt ss: 252 ita t"Parade, Kensington. FUNERAL fIE Relatives ant Friends o the -le MR. MI. P1 ILLIPS arl ad "isedl that' his Ft eral will eave Craifs Funeral $arlours, Jold smit Street, at 1.30 To-n rrow Afttnoon (Wednesday) for B Hill Ce tory. R. Sidney Crair. nmernl flirectors, Sloane Street Pho e'100.

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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Anywhere In Africa [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 14 May 1940

Anywhere lin Africa CAPETOWVN, 2oifday: The. South Africalr mobile f'orce, members o whidh signed ui for service aniywhOfer I1 Africa, -has been-f called. u'iifor full time duty The mi.obillisation of'otho unlit lea lemminent - "

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DUTCH PREMIER [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 14 May 1940

DUTCH PREMIER Jonkheer van der Geer, the Dutch Prime Minister.

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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Whipping Them Up Hatred Drive By Mussolini [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 14 May 1940

Whipping. I· hem Up Hatred Drive By Mussolini LONDON, Monday: Mus solini has mobilised the. Fascist Party for an inten .sive drive throughout Italy for the purpose of bolster ingup loyalty to himself and whipping up enthusiasm for war and hatred of the Allies. A\s if Iby sitgnnl, violenfl de oitnstratiolis I;oke llt, i't Iol agnn,~ ,1(lorli, I~Lnrui,( Florncecc ian tIlll o11tct' c ili t. i ' t HIundre(ds of Bolognsee stuoents irl'rodl the streetls shoutling, "Dowsl witlh E· Ingland.": I'loreil.ine youths, surroulnettl Lhe ilritish iand. French iconsulitcs shout ing, itnprec ttions.t Studit? ,at 13iari aisseibleod olut side Lhe Geltmiln consultlle sliouting, "Long live the. Axis." uts: icondlllcltors ili llote hnltlded ilt. anLi-Ally itnlllphlles wi'ilth ltheir tickets. YUGOSLAVIA TAKES PRECAUTIONS : ' BIELGRIADE; Mondaltly: The corres poldentl of the Associated Press (iUOtL?s ? reliable source as stltillng that Yugoslilavia hai taken all security mnealsutes, to .geulrl against Italy...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BATTLE OF TANKS [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 14 May 1940

:BA,[TTLE OF TANKS ;, LONDON, Monday: The battle of tanks, referred to elsewhere, is still proceeding 'according to the latest news. The Allied tanks are out numbered, but the balance in number is not greatly on the German side, and the Sortcome is awaited with con fidence.

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Terrible Air Fights 40 More Nazi Planes Downed [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 14 May 1940

Terrible Air Fights 40 More Nazi Planes Downed LONDON, Monlday: The Air a'in istry announced late to-night that lritish fighters shot down over 10 loi'e nirhcraft of various types at ,ery smaldl cost, :: ,The coinliluntiqiue says "Intensivxg olieratibons by tle Ie:.A:F.-continue oil aulli: iarts. of :thc front. 'C!!onsiderable numbers of enemy is lonlbers hltvO been encounteied; often escoltedl by figliters..: :: .,The ist'ilkilng success orf oue fighters in defence may iexplain thi fintastld 'lainis Inade by? the enemy ias-to thieliuinber of Spiftires dor stlroyed. :. "Aciml$l ontly onIeC i Splitire I W\fag forced down aftrl° a :bat?le lneal' Ilotetr'ctsainil '?llr il i" tIoOInt ing;, in whichr a flight of Silifir'es ' slhot- doiwn> {hleew.enemly dvce I o: - loletlrs aln(i atlclst' oneL of the fi hl l e r 's 'e sco rl'tin g ': Ih e nii . T l'h k. . Spitfiret ilot CesCalleLd ulinjuirtd.,. "Attaclks .on our icrodlomes' to iday have been less intense. "Little damage to aeiodrolmes ...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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PREPARATIONS IN EGYPT [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 14 May 1940

PREPARATIONS .... IN EGYPT CAIRO, Monday: At Alexiantdria Allied naval conceiitration is now the greatest since thle outbreak of war. - . ? : Sgytlt has begun evacuation, aind civilians have :been'tdold that they must inmmediately :leave Matruk anlld Ens' Sollnt, botlh of 'wvhich narel acro droine and sealmlano La.es. British and lEgyptlan forces Iha?e taken up emergene'?ystations. The Itallian Aiimbassador to Egypt had a long intnd cordial interview withi tile Egyptian Prime ?tinister.

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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MAN SHOT IN THROAT Son Charged With Murder [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 14 May 1940

M?AN SHOT IN THROAT Son Cliarged With Murder SYIDNIlY, Tuesday: Ilernird Gavi ni S'Ir laboullre, L;s founlldl shot. throllglh Stile' throat at his hom0 at LitAdcolube i - 0last night. e died two hollrs later. I 'olice took possession of a revolver a1n(1 dOLetectives ilrrested hisl17;year-ohl on, 01, who Was1 chttrged with mulrdetx"

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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That Holiday No Word From Chief Secretary [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 14 May 1940

.ThatH-oliday N..o Word From Chief Secretary. 'The fact that. the G(oulunun sttcretatry' of tle" ,oi- - Mayor's. unid, ii 1. F1 . I). DIaries has: r I'eceived ino riply: lfroml 'tshe Cllief SHecr.tilry's Lleplarmet etllllll ive to I?is tequest tifat, , Thiuosday, Pl iMay,; shofhl, liiOh he ilcl'ocliiilied. i: it " 0 lilllllic holhl ,i'hl .nGoulIIoro 'rn, H' ' uggests that tihe request :was foriwardtled (oo nlate: Mr. Divies'. letter?: accompanied by Stelegrianili from: the ;Miyor, Al. T, I'. ,Manioi;o ,was senlt last Tuesday. III hIis letter' to the Chief Secre itry's Departin.t ~\li' :-Dasvles -pioilnt edl out that the- decisiol :::to abandloi thile gymlkhana oli: May ,23 :was the result of the zrethillirs'. refusal to close theirI sihopIs o.n:that day." Accord iig to' Mr DavieS, he i 7l0ots to the Retailers Associatlon on Ap?il 12 is connectioi :itlh. the o:piroposal hbut received no eply ?until Mlay. 3', which left very .llttle timeo .to hisave the holiday de-proclaimed. -

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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MINISTER'S WARNING Disregard Of Restrictions [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 14 May 1940

MINISTER'S WARNING Disregard Of SRestrictions S:YDNEY" Tuesday: The .Min i.ter for Works and Local: Gov-'! crnment;, MrF.'Martin,' to-day aui. ;thoriced , prosecijtions ,fori vWhat . he ,termed'! "flagrant, disregard of -igas :ani:d electricity restrictions." : lie winidn otfferiloe aiitld said :that pers6i·s ii :agiinst. wvhonm actioni wa'e.to boe''. taklin ii''er belie\eve"d to" .be :i' staLiii i d'm lidiotellteiers lin -:toe city. '' ". .' ", IMr.::?tliie rIem inled tli1ent of .the penalty of £50o, ,iddliig thant lihe polio. ing' of, regula ii llo ,would idnow begin i;i cirel earnest . ., Police ..ro:a investigating+ .the.. p0osi lion at Cessnock, where a 'dog. meet t(g 'iS '.heli obn Situi.rday night iii de liance .of ,the regulationis.. .. '. ;. : " j;'The Ministeris now conferring wi ..l 'deparltinentnl oi,.l'ice to 'ldiscussi:O ie proposed? restrictiboisuo 0' gas and.',elec; Itriclty by. indiuiist :y . i.' A. ,speedy decision is.expected to ne ri'Cinieh id. , : :' . , ,. .' :...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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United Britain Great Speech By Churchill [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 14 May 1940

United Britain Greut Speech By Churchill "This House welcomes the formation of a government re presenting the united and in flexible resolve of the nation to prosecute the war with Ger many to a successful conclu sion.. The above motion moved by the, Prime Minister, -Mr. Churchill, and seconded by Mr. Lee Smith (Lab.) was carried by 381 to 0 in the House of Com mons. The Prime Minister aliologised for the absdnce- of customary ceremony landtod itol nlembeis that it was;neces ,iary to get- down: to . business.: "We arce niow in the plreliminary stages of one of thle greatest battles iin hiistory,' he said.' "Action is in iprogress . at mnyl points and we nmust:be pirepareu "ol evcntualities in the Mediterrain "eThe policy of tihe Governnment is to wage war on land, sea and in, the liii: .withil :our might and. strength. In the . dairk liays aiheid', ,.t must have befol;re us' aliay\ s -tlie word .pictory.' . Amid cheers Mr. Churchill con-: cluded :."Comen'men m Leta us go: forwerd to...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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LITTLE RESPONSE FOR FREE LABOUR [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 14 May 1940

LITTLE RESPONSE FOR FREE LABOUR SYDNEY, Tuesday: There has been lractically no response oil the Lith gow dlistricet to' the call for fDl?:e labour. A't Wallerawang oonly a fee: al)111 cants 'id1ed recelvedl" ..:. .: ,Ali officiai of the Weterl:1 Mifinrs Fededratlon'.said that the hii?els tliroughbut tihe wvest weri'e.''s holi? d iis 'CouldU beo desiledi': ::addtliig :that none wouldl respoiild lto the dcall l:for flee lIbour. ',OME W1OlCKIT NIWcelf hE _N'IF\V.CASTLE?i(Tuesdiatyl 'The Mill field-Greta milne, whli.:ch cin iproduce 600 tons of coal 'ditIly, and .Rothlerby, ehich.hais been) producing 1100 tonlR a day3 for -soine:: wi~eks, 'ere .'the olily mines operatling on the northerin fields to-day. "'. : : : ...r The: mnianagenient :,will n19t dIsciss tlie - number of 0nbn-federatloin : men workig, nexcept to 'Siiy:: the labour Is Inadeitiuate. . So, far. produtiefoni has .not .yet started at Stoclrington ,-there hav:lng been no1 responllse 1by? uliion 'illiers, 1iid it is:unlderIs...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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HOSPITAL BALL Gay Gathering Last Night [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 14 May 1940

HOSPITAL BALL Gay Gathering Last Night Allied: '1,igs, witi red;, w'hite anid, hblie buntinkg and :sdcres of .ballobris; 'ave:, th:e Biroadiay;' SPalal~' colofuil .ap??leaiance for:: i·:thle Ds.ti;c HospItal's a entenu?i . Bail, ch was held lait .?.g cMiiliig1 the conipletio0?,f thehs pitil's f'Lat ':h'nidred. yearsif the:i ball asis :org.iisled by thee: Citizeniis' Vel :i:d' Comnilttee anidlittiactd'ei a iafrge gatheri;ing.' : Special efforts' haiid lbeeni !tiot! rfaud to ensure a .happy, :tiie robi liatltois ind i- it was vident that: those present .:thboioughly@: eijoiyed, themselves. SThe ba'll w;lis lmcicially open"ed ,b'3 thlie Actinig-?MIinistei' foi : 'HealthM P;iin mrose;, who :' was- 'Introduticed::" tlhe! i resailent 'f the Welfaiare Cobi?nlt? 'ee,! ,Mr. P. O. Fidord ,:Mri Prini oss oiigrattilatted-i the; conimmilttee son ,tlih: iesult 6f Il tholi :efforlts :and?xpressed sleasure 'it seeing .so miany) piesent; -:.Amoliii e "agesfs we?;e :Mr. J ,M. Tiilly,' M.LA;, and 'Mrs...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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LATE WAR NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 14 May 1940

LATE WAR NEWS The latest communique comes from :A the Belgian High Command and re ports that the Belgian troops:? ere-' fighting hard all day. Everywhere' they were offering fierce resistance.3 A German held. .village i:,s ..'ecaptured. ' ' : The Bitish Admiralty .com muniqiue states .'that since daybreak. str'bong .naval. forces. had been opelr4 ating cnttinuouisly .of the coast of tii'etwo -csunt~ies, in ispite of enemy airiarttacks. "Gdrman troop landings .5 froi:,aeiopilanes had been bombarded and the beiches had been bombarded eerally. In :: l'Holland;:.: according to tle' . Hig lCominand, a slight ad v.::ance ivasmilade by thile Germnans . 'in thies nortth. There are still Getimans on the southern side ::of tlie Maas. River in the soutlh, hblut tlhey are without artilleryt a :Ir'y - :iThe D)utch nir foi'ce. is, opseratingyi,:'? .actively against theit.i ,.'The most serious situation is:1 -iil: the district south of the A rlbtanal The Germans Ihav:e --thron ii fr':, es1:.: thro...

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