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TASTY RECIPES Marshmallow Biscuits. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 14 May 1940
TASTY RECIPES &nbsp; Marshmallow. Biscuits. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Half cup butter,1/2 cup- sugar, 2 &nbsp; eggs, 2 cups self-raising flour, pinch salt, some chopped nuts or cocoanut For marshmallows, 2 cups sugar, 2 cups water, 1 oz. gelatine, 1/2 teaspoon vanilla essence. Cream the butter and sugar, add the beaten eggs, and mix in evenly the sifted flour and salt. Turn on to a lightly floured board and roll thinly. Cut in round or into strips 1 1/2 inch by 3 inches. Bake in a moderately hot oven till light brown and crisp. Soak the gelatine in. half a cup of cold water. Stir 1 1/2 cup of waters with 2 cups of sugar over a moderate heat till sugar dissolves. Boil without stirring for ten min- &nbsp; utes; add soaked gelatine; stir till evenly mixed and dissolved, and cook carefully for ten minutes longer. Pour into a basin add essence and beat the mixture till thick and frothy and beginning to set. Almost cover each cold biscuit a mou...
THE POST What Labour Has Done A COMPARISON TO THE EDITOR [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 15 May 1940
THE _POST What Labour Has Done A COMPARISON: i . . _; .. ..EPT~ ... ,:.:::.:-?.,.4:~ :-. TO THE EDTOR :: 3eai and 'dono l1ttl1 oi nothn't illeelte thifelot of tlioi ipepl t iih;?t'.'si6.? true" tho people5 waull' l ?¢h> oat!i :' : t hin I:M Sar t eu~ld ~ iifari; be tto: thafi; any'one? elso shobw,;l r. CMatiewh'ov .tl cor? e ?Be s thesplendId worb tli at "h S:; h been do;:e an'id leae??siid Tully toi-te mrcy of h-ts c LabIuibu hflendrl.s The?r e Is' nos t ' lol -if';envy .shgl wn't the? coiitnihue?: vl'cl torltes 'atithe pollTfi of' !4:.thed 51 'A4'"; ' s 'd it:'ishb?.?l:ojtfi -, b):::.tinh? ued stii-' rIng of condltois~tl m sic-un tar !,i?provgment sniow b..tai'y so,?'s?si y bett'ir thian unider Labouif rule ,this" hhikiig: falikcoi i tlihem foro svlsal they are worth: Your correspondeint iuotes the' sale oe: State:pip:eW h:,i :wk lie readi' the" offIlcial Gazette 1,he ,I 'see :,thi' con2slayiiy. hias paId: one :divIdend only. 'of 5:per : cent-. These woi'ks :are cdovered by 19/...
PRICE OF WOOL Australia And S. Africa [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 15 May 1940
PRICU OF WOOL Australia And S. Africa inclicoibc, Carson Ltd, report: Tif ie?nilt of ,tle selliig, ,Season i ooith Afica ishows a Sf:WIly kht gliyhe ldvel ?.!::thani,:the. average price I'rl43 75 1 pm' lb 'i which tbe Ais Gtriam cli p bas been soul to the Brilt isGovernlent ' or li ts; re'ison solie Aes uincO t r'it ust ilas 'wool the ci p ,,haid?if nt5b'eex;f Y;.,c qili'ed :by :Ti·correctliss lof that assumlption e e::iry didibPtfil fI' Is: r iither: hiecsinia 'he Aus r'llan 'ind NewZealandi clpis have beenltaken othe world e taar ket thait te Afifrcaii woolhasi realle baetteipl i p rv:i?e? mffil ;, "SJ"anci apin oth'er neiutral couintries hnve ftoind it niee'sary to b'.:co'mpote to a ioro than idual ,extent in:. South Africa... Th Ihiied States Is norm'illfa v'ery, small nurcelihaer In thot1 coiuntry endf In 1,8381. J?..'I' alJ.p,:iurchased very spar.s.lyv A propioitlon df :tie wool is' in ah ititlon beting taken by th'e United .n'din at i.ites "dteeuiloalfit to ' he fgtire pald f...
Bungonia Club [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 15 May 1940
Bun onia Club' ladies' tropi iihy competed :for, on ituiday, tli ehoot -also mnarlkiig the thd quateri contet for the' Ravenswood Cup FiConitions were yards The eather a dull. ' here' werev17 nominatonis aend' SMrs ;:i ndell 24.fB 2)25 rMissi Latham. 24(,2)'2s Mies0. Broad Sead 24i::2T. ;'25g MrsSouthone, 2 .n; r?? idaMi . Broadhead2.~I 23 " (2) Lathamni 23 s (2) '25' 'Miss s ?, Broii ! ±;2O'l24' r itL' Dunlop1 2`; Mlis Bie:nBroadhead 21. (3) '24 PMips 'A Cok .223'(1) 4:; "Mss L. Cqolc ,1 (3) .24 "\rs.;Braydon 232 (1') 24; BMrs B ,roadhead 22' (1): 223; .ls -S *Cook was'tol shooter: h o trs lufidoor Mro fllunll 'Saihtiierd ' Ht'' he'Tiisill cirtlery tro'hv 'md 'V s MwcoenqtaknIwill ie` shotoff from 600 ards. These qpnreq',l1 iiic s e tc t for thd 'magro gateYos oor tills 'irno. :.; t .i.r:Cr ~. _ ý
LEAGUE CLUB PERTURBED Cancelled Games Brings Criticism From Railway EXPLANATION GIVEN [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 15 May 1940
LEAGUE CLUB PERTURBED Cancelled Gamese Bring' Criticism From Railway EXPLANATION GIVEN Speak.ng on 'behalf of the Rail way Club' at the Goalburn Ru'?"hv .l-eague nmeeting last night, .Mr. ,,W. Wfiitmribre urged that thiere he no 'repeitiion of the cancella-' ; tion 'of"local games, a.F' was done ilast .Suiday to enable a scon'cl'l. ,..representative team to be cent to : SIt: ' a yi;extined; by the seiel Mr. .J; W. SelIofet, tl-it the itdeLilin to ca'cnce1 "tlie, ccond iradie gamies ?oLt S'diin for, t,la t , Sunday: lalt . .beci Sb i' l ht'. nbou't'.':by : tflin.,: 'fact ,:*h'nt t , C-ti beria'i iilad' isked !oiitlbiit to ii 'iit';i' -ecoiid lrepriesentative ea'ni,·'ieeh ;Yof feti'i!g a £5 ni ,arantee, hithelR ';n'f r-affitciont. o obviate any possibility. o' loassn on1:t;!?e rail 'otor chartered. or tlue Ciirr ;Co'i'me.'.. ' . .'' t va-li.^ t ireal isBe'd 'that.' C oilbtiro oCnnitli' "nt "eil' a secoa5 d0 rep. team aiid 'lie' declaioio to c'nc e1 :lh 'loo.n''a.. 10! :.M hli'il ih'en...
Film Shorts [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 15 May 1940
Fil:m_ Shorts, Nev lywed h Maris'; VWixon ,(5mar riedlR'isdl Fehr; January 28) ,has won htir':'fist 'majori'prrt at Warner :Bros. in "'Saturday'sO Childreni;" with John Garfielil:, 'iiein.'Shirley arind Claude R'aihls.' .She go6t 'the 'long-awaited ;'.break" 'as a.,result of her: work 'in IMa ..Rei'ih'ardt's stage production ofi "Toop .iany:Hiisblanids"' 'Slir .uwas: loaied ,'by. Wirrieis .for. tho eleadinr ;roile .in' thn. stage' play', :which enjoyed a long ,rin in '"os 'Angelesa---right undert the: noses 'of -the producers.' oi:.f'1 ypu'ye; 'been ?aiondering what ever lhappenedi to ,Helen .inson, ex wife f,'iEtennis:c;tihains.: Fred Perry, jforge It. itiThe ifair Helen n'makes . comeback "iii:n:- amer ,Braos. "Torrifd 'Zone,. iwithl . Iin?i, :Canioy; Pat o'fBrlen - and AnniiSheridan . Donr iDoinDlckersodn whose Piriate's Den i .N ew lYork's Greenwicli Village was -a--feature oftManhattan inight life In thle :'.roiarin .twriten'ies; ''hds been cast iini"'The Sea IHawk'blby Warner ...
A Girl's Best Friend Is ...? [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 15 May 1940
SGirl's- Best Friend Is... ? : Is i.M:. other, According .to .popular mhgazine istbryo :writer, Jane Allen, 'her'idetflnition ,of the :phrase 'is "A Girl'e Beeist rFriend Is'-Wall Street2" "Anyhow it is,'ain 'intriguing title and 'Producer Ciharles R ?.'Rogers .hass ac iquiredi''the' screen right' for"his: 'thiil : ;Columbia .production. .'Th e"'studio is r hoping. to icast :Lorett 'Younglin: the stari 'rig .dle; ii . * ; ' .' . . '.i
JEAN MUIR RETURNS [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 15 May 1940
JEAN MUIR Pi cture-goers' will .rememler .vist-i ful Jean .Muir. of as year or ;two ago.; Jeaii has' felt ?il along that :Holly-. wood:had iiever.:given her'a.role that gave iher full pscope;:iso: Harry Cohn, PresI'dent ,of ::Columbia, : ::wh o. 'has~ pl~lifib'ed hldiden depthabof i:talenttidn many?'of idtod ay"'s :front rank stars, 1.i giving~ Jean a"chance. Mi: l'ss: Mulr has been given the lead-, log feminine role in Co?u?ilila's iiew Lone WVolf film, .':1The; Lone :.,Volf Meets a Lady ".Sheshs?res in the?:ex cithing adventures of :.Warren Wil liam, .who 'Again. ,plays .the. Louis, Joseph',,Vance hero o:f -romantic fic-: .1Others; in'the cast :include Eric., Bidre, 'Thlur?stionHall. and Victor Jory.:
HOYTS RITZ "Three Cheers For The Irish" [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 15 May 1940
IIOYTS RITZ "?Three Cheers For The Irish " Iloyts Ritz Th eatre's' next ' featuire attrhction, 'comiencing, on Friday, will .be "Three Cheers. For The 1Irlsh," a :warii-hleart :ed, captiviiting siory ofl'the :,upsp: tiind: doins '-in:s the lives.atf:it,'i" t.`'i il lIrish.Amuertin family%., 'iieadlin gthe cast,'are such. folktas Priscilla? Lane, :i~,Thamnas-iMitchell; Dennis ,; organ 'and iAlan', Haale-all of -:hom trace.:their .lineage: back to ,old Erin.e ;,. ' :' : . i i ' ti>., The picture. meant more ?to .tieso peoplef thain just ianothei assign'ienit. Irish all, Ithel crew, was infected' witlI the ichi'rmntlhat effervescesi frm the story 'as h'Irish as ,Killarney.: , ?" ,?" Just as '..'Cssey :celpbratesti sls twenty-fiftli year, on the' .orcde, h is ':ieplaced: by oa sookieh- fiesh froman Police College,; piyed'b Debitti Morgan.. ?Thel factdtht'?ilii?,mst be: loved, daughter,, poitrayed by' Pris cilliaLaini, 'shiblld :fall' fo'r it whip-' persnappes is 'dout '.f ?t.h " ': :...
England Goes To Hollywood Howard Spring's Novel Brought To Life [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 15 May 1940
E ngland Goes To Hollywood .. Howard Spring's Novel Brought To Life: The Brightcii' Belle; one of England's most famous trains, pulled, out of Hollywood as the crowds cheered. What's more, the trainfwas filled with British Tommies, off• for the front. SIt was iall .for. the ,uprpose .of '"-My., Son, My Son,' the'Edward.Smiall pro duction for Unlited: Artists:release, -based on Howaird Sprin'g's best-sell ing riovel. The .outbreak" of ,war pre sented -to Mr. Siimall:l a;.;very Iticklish problem. 'He .h'id comp?leted ?arrange ments to.send his';dompanyofpiy ;ipln cipials, headed: by Brian ::'herne, Louis Hayward alid , ade~lein'e Cair roll.to England when it :vas' realised that' war-time ,conditi'ons' had .render-, ed this -impossible.:,,So Sm&iill' laban cloned his. original intentiiin of film- . ing , the actual :settings:. an --:Man ch'epter;, Londoni and other' English: locales.and instead ,transferred themn to Hollywood. RECONSTRUcTED The producer secured large and? detai...
PATRIOTIC FUND NEARS £300 MARK [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 15 May 1940
PATRIOTIC FUNDJ NEARS £300 MARK Recent contributions to the Goulburn anid District Patriotic and War Fund, which is now approaching the £300 mark, include £4 from Mr. W. M. Chis'hol0, of Mer rilla, who intends donating £2 each mdnth' to the find for a period of six months. At least' two Gouliurn firms have forwarded donations in the form of weekly contributions from em ployees anti it is probable that this method of raising funds will bie taken utp inll other directions when it is realised' that even the smallest donations made on the "instalment plan" will produce a continual flow of money to ,the fund. It was nnaulnced yesterday tlat since the fund was opened several months ago £ 295/7/3 had been re ceived, being' made: up as' follows: Previously acknowledged,. £ 276/ 19/; palt proceeds of concert at Taralga (per "R.. ,WW. Hitchins) £ 7/1S/3; N. C.. Sendall, £2/2/; W. M. Chisholm (April-May contri butions), £4; Most Rev. Dr. Mc Guire (Bishop of Gouiburn), £ 1/1/; P. A. Bissaker, £...
Best Seller [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 15 May 1940
Best Seller Shortly to. be released in. Australia by 20th Centuryr-. :Fox ,-is John Steinbeck:? novel, "The. Grape'sof )Wrath.': This"filniwent be fore the cameras with Amer= iha discussniig -its sensaitional " .:expose of an economici con -dition rthat has aroused mil· :'-'lions and places the story` -`iamonog the 'fast .sellers of all' :' :im 'I-lenry 'Fonda plays.: lthe' title role of Tore Joad.. :::Otther important roles, are. i t:he hands of Jpne Darl w'ell, Dorris Bowdon "and'? 'Eddie Quillin ,(who. .are +.shown above), Jdhn- Carari r"adine Charlie Grapewiri;,' S.Russell Simpson, John Quat??:.
A GRIM PICTURE Appeal By Mr. Menzies [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 15 May 1940
PICTURE Appeal By pr. Menzies CA:NIEI'I' A, WVedneslOy: The dangerous isolation in whi"ch India, Australia and New, Zen land would find themuselves in. the event of a catlastrlopli.to the Alkci ir tnileiCs in the iiortl-, west of Luro'jc, w?. eiipiial si'seCd h" the .]'ric Mihiniste.: flHl.' •Menzies,' hi a . grave w.ionrning which. lihe briondcast to thei Con'i-" noniweallh last; night. '. "It is 'a grlin iceture," -he., said, "but we owill be guilty of -desperate folly if we. do not look at it holiestly and ,-steadfastly. O'ur independence would. not lie worth a moment's aurchase if it were not thait our first at'1 :g?eatest fron= tier--the f fi'ostier' of the sea -s guarded for us by the naval minght of Great Britain., "It is a nionstrous denial of the significance of this war that we should- be dissipating our energies in needless strife.".. Promiising that the Government would not tolerate "fifth columll'' activity in Australia, Mir. MIeilzes said: "We are :dealing with the pro...
A WAR CLAUSE In Joan Fontaine's Contract [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 15 May 1940
A WAR CLAUSE. In Joan Fontaine's Contract iEver consciotis o'ft'current events,: Hollywood's motionl picture industry began the other day to write clauses. into players' contracts . .Joan Fontalne,,'petite :film actress,, received .the ,firsq.'; of these as ;she;^ signed a-ilong-termn contract; with. Seiznick Interoational -Stuidios,iwher: she ,has just :completed *"Rebecca." * . The :clause perriniiisioan: to' take> leave of :absenco:.to :accompany ier husbanS on .any trip providinig she :i not oengaged-in actual production lier-; self . . ... . H-owever,. 'since. 'Jo;mn'.::husbandi: Briaii Aherno; is -a .British isubject,; hlie itudio furthler spe'cified..tiha.t Joan'l bould take .her iea.es of dabsdence'ex ceit:for the-purpose of goiig iflit' any¢ war zone. i :Co nrmentinigbon the unusuaiclause In lier contiiadtt .Miss Fontaine said; ,'Mai riage is 'nmu'clih more important' to :nie thin a.icareer but; I'dl;!liketo have lboth. ;..' : " , : ' Meitro-Coldwyrin'Mayer :'-i-'has. ac...
MARGARINE HAS VICTORY [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 15 May 1940
MARGARINE HAS VICTORY SYDNEY,"Wednosday: By 40 vote to 28 the Legislative Council reject ed the motion moved ,lome montnl .'Or by Mr. Frith (U.C.P., Lismore): "That in the opinioil.of this 'HIouse. Immediate . action sh'ould, be :takilen' to provide that all lable niargiari;e manufactured and sold in New:,Soblth Wales for human con's?muption shuld' be of a colour that will definitely. distinguish it from,. buttter.' : "; ?: One Country .Party, member, p.ir.. Wade (Barwon), and 11 U.A.P. mem hers voted with:, Labour mneiillbrs against- the tmotion;. The 11U.A.P. menibers ....were Messrs. Jaclison (Nepean) ,:' Sand ers ', (WIlliougliby);; Thomas : (Bondil, .Moverly'. (Rand-: wilck), lidtch'.1(Coogee), Lee (Drum: nioyne), Artkins (Dulwfch 1:Hill 1. Shanild .(Hornslby). A': . V. V 'Rei (tianly), S. A: Lloyd' (Concord), and J: C. Ross (Kogarah). . :"Labour ,members cheerqd when the vote.: was announced. , .,Later the Minister for Agriculture, Mr. Reid,' gave notice of his inten tion. to ...
THE EMPIRE 'Destry Rides Again' Friday [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 15 May 1940
THE EMPIRE 'Destry Rides Again' Friday, Marlene Dletrlcli relogardsas as 'the lhlppicst eventt of her llfe"' tihe .role - slic portrays :'iin ,Unli versal's "IChtry, Rides &lt; Again." -the. slpctlacular Westeri colnOiung to the Enipirh'. Theatrei on: trl dliy, Saturday al: Monilan;:' . The .famous stars: ?'p.oarance, a a .frontier belle :of thel ild :i est is in abrupt departureo front hier-recent film.roles .and rdoDrseoi t:tihe:achieve snent of, a life loi. aibition Miss Dietrich declares., As a laughlig,g siigiig, lovilg b'ar :oont entertaliiet 111"t towvei'of 'tihe id west, Miss Dipirich 1,plays oppo site lailky Ja nes Stewar;t one of the screen's foreiliost imalde, statrs; -.who h.; th's role of tliei shyyoungdoeputy sheriff ' " AMissDiotrich:sees I ilnhe chriaacter a similarity to thesoe0ltoshe:liortratyed in "The Bluo.Aiigel,'€.the filin :whicli first liftedi her ito stardloin: "Egvqr since then .I -It .wated tot do anot idr teiiich litole,b t!iitil'iiow I've neyer l...
QUESTIONS ABOUT 'GONE WITH THE WIND' [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 15 May 1940
QUESTIONS ABOUT 'GONE WITH THE WIND' SYDNEY, Wednesday: The Pre tiner, Mr. Mair, promised Messrs. Moverly (U.A.P., Randwick), and1 Arthur (Lab., Hamilton ),-in the Leg islative Assembly yesterda)y, that he I would make. inquiries ilit:, the per-.l centsage charges ,made by, A'nerician distributors for the screening of the filin "Gone With the Wind" '.and into the reason for the increased ad mittance charges at theatres where the filmn ivas being shown;,i MAr. Moverly_ asked, Mr. AMair if he was'aware that Ame ricani distributor were charging picture -showmen 7u per cent of the gross takilngs for the, film and if this would have an ad verse. effect ois the 'dollar exchngd:
MARY MAGUIRE IN NEW ROLE [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 15 May 1940
MARY MAGUIRE IN' NEW ROLE "An 'Englishmlnan's Home" may be' an Englishman's' home, but there are three Australians .in it. .Australla's ,Irty lIaguifre playsthe leading role; while Mavis Villiers, also 'an Aus. tralian, takes the part ofTher younger? sister, And AIavis' brother, Cecil is assistant 'cameraman. It is ten "years sifnce'. Mavis Villiers and her" brother left home in Australia Ao sdeek fame. in Hollywood ...' " In 'six years 'Mayls iappeared in 2;8 films and Cecil, after a "series of pro motions, became :a chief c':imeraman: ando photographed over 40 prokhue? tions. ' Three years ago, Mlavis and Cecil decided to leave'Hollywood ;iand g6to England, 'ihere tfor the first rtime, they! were at' work :togetherer on the same filnim The film is ." ? Englishmishis. Homeo." United Artits-.ireleaise withi a cast:'headeid by :Edm?niiil " Gwenn. Marv Ma1taifre, Richitrd :.Ainley. and, Geoffrey Toone.'
AIR FORCE NEEDS "SHAKE-UP" [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 15 May 1940
AIR FORCE. NEEDS "SHAKE-UP', CANBlERRA, W;ednesday: :WheI the Senate resumed the; delbate on the motion for the adoption of thoe-; Addreoas in Reply, Senator Brand (:U.A-:P.,': Vice.). .urged the Gover-" n?hnti to; takie antile stepsto :consersv tietiol :!',. ; > '':" 'r'". ii r e ..'s. i1enidell that in riinig. u der the, Empie iAir Sche4e should be e~pedited. ':If vwhat some of :..my" Air '1oredf t?Ue; there is; need fora'??_ eera shake-up lall ound;' he' saidro iI The mnilitia' anti the militia',:rnii serve ýishould ,have a~streingth,;0f1 400.000 mien:'ie said: .Theuiniv ersslh traliing systein should :be' etedndl to' include _quotas- of men up :to 25 yeairs