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MINISTER AND TAXI-FARES [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 14 May 1940
MINISTER AND TAXI-FARES :SYDNEY, Tueday: Mr. IH. SSydney Smith, chilmnidaift the Sydney Taxi Cab Conlbil',to-d?ay desci'ibed .the re. iu?al of the" Miiiister for 'rianspoti, Mr. Bruxrier; ,to permit taxis to in crease theii eliaige by 2d in Il?s ?ii "political: somersault':' SMi. Smiith added 'ttiat lthis. ;igAt abottt face by MRt:Bruxnei cdntrasted oddly with aboit: seven ori eight years ago wheni he threteiined to make' taxi farec 1/3 a mile ;wniethei' Deople liked it or not. ..i: Smith. saidhatitlt-theh 7inr?esp. in the price of: petiol since .the,wai began anil other rising costs made tile p:esent rate-of 1/ flag fall andl id a mile very dlifficult for taxi oper itoi.
MR. TULLY IS CONFIDENT Breakaways' Prospects [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 14 May 1940
MR. TULLY ISI CONFIDENT Breakaways' Prospects Accordiing to views expressed'. by Mr. ,1. M. FTully, M.L.A., at last night's meeting of the Goul butrn. Ilranch of the Australiana. Litabourl Party; there is little hopl. 1of the breakawayA.l .P. gaining situpport it Calttialtit':i t, T ar t ilga ,- lltigeilorei': 'nd rook; lilt*'^ M Tully said 'thatii^ hqdi~ laavisited' Sapitan's Fliat, :::Bungendore and robkw~vll,' haid'ihad.tf ound thatithli majoriti of peoplewere' definiitely p,01' the side of the official A.L.TP:h -': V:liien:, people .suggest. ,that,: there is soinething wrong with the Labour Siarty;, 'true Labour, supporters ,rally to their ?larty; :iot break .away from it," declareddMr. Tully,:who said' that Ihe 'personally was, concentrating .oin outside celitres:: He had been greatly trahtified liy the. support offered; at 'Captaiin's Flat and Buigetldore,, and within: a fortniight he hop:ed ;to visit Taralga.' : ' SCrookwell andTaralgai, continued Mr.-T illy, weroe ndwin -the...
Exhibitors' Passes At Shows Southern Union Discusses Problem [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 14 May 1940
Exh~ibitors' Passes At Shows Souithern Union Discusses Problem SA decision reached at Saturday's aniual conference of the South ern Tableldnds Show Societies'. Union to invite recommendations from affiliated societies- as to .the desirability or otherwise of a, uniform procedure in relation to. the .i;sue of exhibitors' passes at shows was strongly criticised; -The criticism came from Mr. S.'T. Starr, a Gunning dlelegate, wlio con tendedl that the delegates, as irepe senlatives of the societies concerned, ;llould have the powei to reaicl definite dlecisions. Mir. Starr's outbuirst followedt he withldrawal, in frivour of ain anmeni ment, o6 a motion submitte(ld b'b'::M' R. M. Jolohnson (Goulbnu)i ti)nt :t'a uniforml procediuce w'ith ri?g i;lto:eg xi -hlibitors' pamses fo shodws- iit:n ilie' group be adopted . The aimendent, s:ccessfuly ,rpon sored .by Mi.:C D. .V;illiaimsi1i 0 i cbli well), sltipulateidli. n th i fl iili- 10id conmnend.?aed ia fmbn:iiroceiliire to .tleoa tahiIdusl so...
MR. R. SIMON P. & C. Body's Farewell [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 14 May 1940
R. RI. SIMON P. & c. Body 's Farewell In view o'f th'eir laprotachting c departure for- E rln wood, .,.1r. / ond Mr.l. fI. 1) Sinion. were fure Swclli~l -ei theIt ,Boutrke. S'lrcc; t School 'lesideioct otn Fridaly evenling by oltbotit 5)" mentiersa toitl supporterli.of: flie- Bloiikic-', Stre t School VPt(iedtl% nd Clti-. neis' Asso dhitfliP. , , Owirig to tlhe shlortnc 5 fLe ue, to th? 'early adeparttire o ,the guests of lionour, intay .apaloglgiewere tend Tie association's ptesident, ~M. A. G.: E. Coleiinm on:o behalf of. the mnembetli, hitity tlihanked(Mr; Simofi forb the b manner in w?vhic?lh :lie had cir: ned oout: 'his; :office, iasileadinmsteri dliriti p the pasttire rida d' alialt: ye~trs M Simo'i, ?ie said, had it all; times; giveni. of hisi:ljest.tin the :inter:' est 'f the pupIls; it'hd-hita popularity. among :the yotung fblkg ?v s well-: ktnown to dll M. M :arand.?Mrs: Simno hoid contrlbuteda laigely to the- site cessful fuinctioning of i.:the : associa tioft, at...
THE POST Labour Party And Communism WHERE IS TRUTH? (TO THE EDITOR.) [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 14 May 1940
THE POST Labour Party And Communism WHERE IS TRUTH:? (TO THE EDITOR.) sir,--Mir; Matthllews flatters htiis self: No one is: particulsrly..fioterested, in liis vievs oi:;: tlheeicusesi that:,e now offeri-s foir ".hs s :-Russial syii pathiesi*? Ath? saine.t s ie , it" ie wid ely recognised- thait ldemocricy i:s pratisedl s in li stralt ia,--llows ;?een) those. In iGovern nen t positions ;a very ivide lihelty,, - v n v to.eio soiwi;;i, i :iihrkepd and vocal.:synmp-ithiy .:frsom?e: oroeigin polbtical systemin peter-i oence to tlie. constitiitionil. fonhl?i f oies: own coundtty.. , However, the poiint thiait electols of the Golulburiis :.electioiaiter i lifpr2 ticul.l aiel initelested iii is Whele :does al,. :Tully?.: ictlally.;standl? 9 I;·The La~Cbour 'f-iotion tosiic i his -ittacheiedd mififdself: is the factiblo thait spinsordi' the. Hindis Off Rtissia resolution.ii Withini th it fastion are still: the sl onsors .and supliorters of that 'miotion?.;-a-:,. ?.: ,-: i,.:. Hs-:is r Ga;oll...
SEQUEL TO DEAL Detention Is Alleged [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 14 May 1940
SEQUEL TO DEAL . Detention Is Alleged i 1 (,iAftei a fairly lehigthty hearing tah.e ? oilburn Police Conirty ,yeste·,;:1 it 'chiisn in which a'Citty '.Council: :..cijpiloyte anlleged ,de-'. ."teutiol 'i;:b| ltiolp~rt II), i a"Sliti~ el until i w ?, . l.o s : i Coi !' n fipint:ifi : te is?i?e" :Jo'liJ FinieyAoiderson" af,,Clin?on Stiet slidioalegj;di.that aifter ,his instriluc tli on ;relatin gi;o the .re-possesssilit of 'v; 'cond-hbiidhaid?t: car soi:. ??tindoi,:l hire purchslie?ikagreemnent,::hliad ibee cmpinled wilhithh:adefteidaii; Mei'chei Joychel'hiaf detalied ,i c'ur:Dump .'twa eight ply tyres; oni?carjacS l ai?id:oie : Ibattery, to the total Ivalue of £10/.11 'An'dei?ani was lrelpresentedhy :!y rM. E:: Po?si.oy, of ..'Iessie M.- M eyer:' ati Mitaiftid, while Mr 1? Stewart John-. itone a:p?eiareuid 'for Joyce ..:? ::::: :Oharles?Tiuti, t'tixl-diriver, of.21 Lttilif;? .Adiiidn' Streit,' said~ith?. sino L93S8 he' wfs a g'iatge prbpirietdro and onu uTne 14: thiat year he sold; .a...
Fatal Plunge From Bridge [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 14 May 1940
Fatal Pui e ":Fro -Bridgetl Iniuiiries niidd 1)3' thc Cowia police, assisted ,by Deeciit'd?i;i O'Neil, of Forles, 01 e ti to establishefd ,'that ono ftill DilVl coilnected with Life .trgigle di If€l6j Chailes Edivtaid Deinnery ii7L 9ar old invalid Dolnlslonei of Cowus yr l'w pilunged (10 foet to his deiti;rhre the. railway biidige is\ that town' Tbher. ar. a nti.i.er or h fr"'ii.g Ifeatures abostt Deiillnn~ y'?: ?oe;,ih however, and police einitilnieq "lase not yet been colllplelted..:: Sergeant Grace, who lilsis charg of the inv'estigatl otis, lihas l t..-iii ?ed that hlie had foound nothina 'fo;les hint to bellieve tlat thlero hail beedii any foul pilay. T?he late .1r. Charles lAndlew'ie.;o mery, who was 57 years ws 'a ?s s9 old residenit of the tow~vn ,.l andiar-' ticularly well-knownb as a far i 4lnhd in the dlislrlct. He wds bio, in XWai gi, -mis,; survived by his Wifi, who ii'hiltoio rled 30 years a'go -
WOMEN'S HOCKEY Competition Play [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 14 May 1940
WOMEN'S HIOCKEY Competition Play Matches in the competitlron;or-:.!' ganised by the Goulburn Women's Hockey Association were advanced" another stage on Saturday after-'?.' noon, when five games were played at Kenmore- :,·"( ? ;'. / Altol~ighthe ganmieetweeniw yohi and High' Scliool.,s iwasma ed .lby. fre:; quelit filfrlngements -of: the off-sitle rule, the match was evenly contested in the secoiid half. :IHIigh Schiobl ?won the match bh 4?Agoals tonil;' r. : Outstanding: for' tlie :w?hiinls v Ella Shepherd, who scored two goals in fin,-'ityle. Wynola laclked teoil work. I t playedi mich li'better hlockey after'lilfitime KatStli'Sii'lanedpla'yed w ell .for W\ryiqhiti', In adilitioni:to .Ella Sliihei'(t' M aI.; Tibs'?h, tted 'tw goals. .:- z. Inte est cott edl on ~.the appear atine of ,New glob, ( w1lhh-ith tmeC Ulule our ..of Bluedbirds,, th? qsnh .: teai played 'well.;. Bett?::Hiinl'?, beinlo,"coo spicuous. : Bliieljiltds led :2"0?.t' hilf time. For: the winierts tlie scoets were ,....
RUGBY LEAGUE DISPUTE Endeavour To Settle Country Quarrel OFFICIALS' POSITION [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 14 May 1940
RUGBY LEAGUE. . DISPUTE Endeavour To Settle Country Quarrel OFFIIA?S' POSITION SYDNEY, Tuesday: A conl feronce. ,which the : president of the New.. South ~TVales Rugby L~eague, Mr.,,H .'Ilegg said lest night would probably settle the dispute between the League and thie Country Rugby Leogueo, vill ,be, elin Sydney ? ninday. It? is d unlderstood th: t proinent 'lselniers ot the Country Ai l e in lciuid '-th:e proeilent, "s1t'lrA C. Elibf,' Afi l- ;the- acting secretary. Mr. F: J. Cahlill, will not 'in~t?ild the .confel?nce. The .Now ;South Wailes league insisted that pioonsiiielt coun try league1 officials who were resi dent in the city should not represcat the country league at the.contfereqce, ndl it lsi believed: that: aMessosi Eliot anld Cahill hadl previously stated that they -would refrain fIrom attending Iany conference if Ithat would help In a solution, of-tile Droblem. 4 After'the Newi South Wales league. hadl sat in commiittee for siome timoe last .night, 'Mr. Flegg mnade th...
KENSINGTON RACES Fields For To-morrow [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 14 May 1940
KENSINGTON RACESi Fields For To-morrow , Acceptors for .the Kensington Race' Club's meetin.g: to.;lbe held : tormo.l 2row are:- : .: . . !, JUVENILE. HANDICAP, 5if '"f . ,: S mAsine : (5).'9.4, ': Ro y al .Exchange .(1) 8 :, Mairtheus 'r(2)f'..5, 'Radio Girl i)' .7.12, Mlss:' Nooka, (3) 7;12i' Pre :listo'ic :(8) . 7:12,. Wartimb e (15) :.7.0, Contestor (0) :7.9; 'iIss Taintrum (10) .7, .Ma'ignette '(9) '7:5;, Ceres' (12) '7.5, Tressi ((13) ::.70,; :Mlsa : Scapei (7-) :70, tunisia; (4) 7.0,S Sirit" O -FProgress (14) 7.0:. APPRENTICES' NOVICE HDCP., 1m (2.0) ,'- Bridegroom ,(8). 9:0; Eager: Fox '(l) '5,8,' Monowail (1]1) 8., :Festoon. (9) S;6 .Grai.dgery (10), 8;-, :Questionable 3 (2) 0.2, Buiena oBetty. (I) '8.0, AltItude (1) 8.0, " The Caiin: (5) -7.9.. Piquant ;Leiglih (7). 7:,9 L; eConteir .(6) 7.9.. ,, FLYING WELTER HANDICAP,, 5f. ."':.* : First Divisioq n (2. .0): C' Gold Spur (2) 8.13, El Valor (9) 8.9;: King IPyrrhlus (5;) 8.0,:Canision .(3) 8.S:, Between-: (.I) S;2i, ,Sanpam ...
SELECTIONS BY "TRACKITE" [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 14 May 1940
SELECTIONS 'BY "TRACKITE" Juvenile Handicap.-- ROYAL EXCHANGE 1, Martheus 2, 'Con testor 3. Apprentices' Novice Hdcp. QUESTIONABLE-I, .Eager Fox 2, Bridegroom. 3, Flying Welter Harndicap, First Division.-EL VALOR 1, Camsion 2, King Pyrrhus. 3.-&lt; , 2nd Division.--GRAND BILLY 1, Winnipeg 2, Merry Smile 3. Kensington Handicap-COURT GOSSIP 1, Hedonic 2, :Peiiinond 3. ; : " , ' "r '??' *' ;??;,:"• Fourteen-Two Hdcp.--ILATH. EON 1, Lady Gay' 2, Conanau 3. Welter Hdcp.-SILVER JOAN 1, All Set 2, Sign On 3.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 14 May 1940
rNEW SOUTH W LES :J ~ER VICE I VO UNTEERS ARE REQUIRED FORERVICE IN CO L MINES 'AND FOR SERVICES I CIDENTAL TH RETO AND IN CONNECTION TH IREWITH IN NEW SOUTH WALES I pursuance of powers conferred by the National Securit (Coal) Regulations, the Co monwealth Government has required that steps be taken to re-open and operate coal mi es in this State. The Governmient of New South Wales has been requested to co-oper e with the Commonwealth, arn an undertaking so to d has been given. The State G vernment will therefore render every assistance practica le in the winning of coal an in doing all such things in connection therewith or inci ental thereto. A plications are therefore invited from persons who are illing to work in the coal mins of this State or to carry out other duties that may be ssigned to them. T terms of the Coal Miners' Award of the Full Court of Arbitration and Con ciliation, he terms of any other award affecting persons engaged n the coal mining in dustry, ad the rules an...
RUGBY LEAGUE Coast Team's Visit [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 14 May 1940
:.RUGBY LEAGUE. Coast Team's Visit .A combined IIlawarra League team will play'Goulburn, at Goul Sbijrn next Sunday. The personnel •of the visiting side v.ill be chosen from .the Wollongong, Mount -Kembla and Wollongong C.B.C." first grade clubs. Jack Stubbs, ex-Wollongong ant(l'i Gioup; Seven five-eigllthl, will make his. initial appearatnce with the Goul bui reltp teal this.week: Stubbs will. be qualified to.:play foi Goulburn. in cup matches- ol Suntldiy weekl. ii: However, dwing. to the serles, o( Colnttiy \VWeeik:elilliantibnlIa mat?des, commencig- fext Suntlay, there.: Is not likely to be· any cup matches in Gioup 8:for: atlBeat four or five weeks. That is, of ,coirse,': subJect to the ?rotup decidingt to take part. o allow lilng Groaup players to partitipatre tirght thtrough the, elllinating series . Goulburn will have thle rettlesetita tive mastch againist thle lllaswarra eague oni Sunlday, notlier home re presentative inatch on Sunday week, May 26, and the following week, J...
VICTORIA PARK TROTS Yesterday's Meeting [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 14 May 1940
-VICTORIA PARK TROTS :'. Yesterday's Meeting Results:'t'.ii at the Ausiralian :Trot ting Club's :tmeeting held at Victoria Park yesterda?? :were: : :79:.: Trial Handicap .9fT.--Tiue Voyage, scir, i: My :'Best,: scr., 2 2 ln?.n~I Sl!aSh, scr.;:::3: Bettlng: 5-2 ?.Dolly Black:: 4 My Best, 5 True :Voyage, 25 Huon SplaBsh Heiad two lengths Time, 2.242 " . ;!: :Trottdrs H.n:idicap, .n.lm ,23f Broadway. Boy, 24 1;. The lIadical, scr., 2 -Blinstoc"k 24, 32. Betting 7-4- BlstoclI? 2 ..Broadway Boy, ;7 The I Radicl?M:' ?-Lenetth t:vo leno. gths rime, 3 22. ~':: .amprovers: 'Divided HandicaEp; l m ---First Division ci Lady Robert, scr??.;:i 1;! Deceiiber Boy 12, B .2i Machiine 'lail;; ser. 3.i Beitting:" 74 M.achlne' Maill 2 '.,add .Robert, 15 December Boy.: Half-length, two lengths i. Time. 2:3:.. : Secdffdl Division: Touchless scr., 1 UBay Beauty, 2 ,1 24 ; 2Mollison .12; 3.'. Bettiiig: 2 on Touchless,. 7 v Bay Bealiuty, 10 Molllsbn. Two lengths,. half-lengthi .Tinme 2.5712-5. Unhioppled rH...
LOST THEIR WAY IN THE BUSH [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 14 May 1940
LOST: HEIR WAY .. IN THE BUSH SYDNEY; Tuesday; Three boys who left HIammondville yesterday moirning to go for?a.'wallk through the bushlost their way last night anld were.found by a seai'ch: party early this morning in11 a cave ,between Holdsworthy camp aind Liverpool.. It apliears-they were ovei;taken with darkness, .and When attempting:- to 'find a short -cut lost theirl',ealriigs.
BIGGEST SHIPYARD Now Employing 20,000 Hands [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 14 May 1940
BIGGEST SHIPYARD Now Employing 20,000 Hands r:eI greatest shipyard in the w 'oi'ld, in: Noithern Ireland, is n:.ow working .to :capacity and. o. emrployingover. 20 000 people. : I :d.i .,. r :, . , : .' - . '.? , Fewv outside the Ifritish Isles real iotegreat par t Northern Ireland plain in Britai? sw?artie in-e ,istyincludin the produlction of bpeacef~l: 'goods for seport all over the ?world:'. TheX o tiuss Irish linen indutidus o?o e'amile is now mani fiatuini -solel .for overseas cus tomers e::In'tioni of s.iphliildig ls usually assbciated w::vitti thoughts of::: f Tyne side .-'erseysie a.: nd' Cl;deside (Wvi'ch ,lproducd the Queend i Mary.l) yet. muciih of Br ita n s mercantile prestige w"?siis ;ib':on an Irish:nmud ibank,s .n lhdiffat iLugh : ':: , .; Ships have2besn e" buili'it at Belfast nees 1t36 vaid the womld's greaitest. yard is noiv Harilandil anid Wolff s al Quxeen 's Island Thnie woid "island'.', was. used, because '. th` earililest ship-: yards wereitileli :oire than ...
COURSING MEETINGS [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 14 May 1940
COURSING MEETINGS Ata s pecial nmeeting of the Couirs- iig :Club .committee held' last night it ivas" decided to postpone the fix ture.in aid of the Goulburi and Dis. trict Patfiotic tand War ' Fund : until full facilities are avdlilble for night racinlg. . In view of the-fact that' tlie clubi co.uild receive no't guarantee that elec tric power. woulld be available for the running-of ldaytile meetings, it was decided to suspend operations until the restrictions are removed.