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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 15 May 1940

SU~P N thirty shzlling., you ll find these Genuine Money. Saving Oilers a veritable godsend. If you want DRESS BETTER FOR LESS, S En S- w are offering ou during this Grand 10 Days' Selling of Mn's Wear. aERE'Sitai tram Fanci toeeds. . 14/ LUMBER JTStW1' Foi 10/6 Inihtimes like these, wchen a man has to make a pound do the work of twenty-five or FieiEi ol listS YkS i i Ii . ' It en I I thirty shillings,c you'll find tlese Genuine Money. SvinGs, n Oluters a veritable godsend .. a tS??? l. S I , are offering youan during, this Grand 1 Days' Selling of Men's Weart .S E oe it i t S eWecll guLarantee the quality tf.every article and leave it to you to e onfirmi their 11 lr': real tar Oeatue Pahe in H 's omarvellous value; ' 1 - " i i s 4 uIi sGi Spcly ii 6 N W aati 5 PAA L FTRECS Usuall 2'11l NOWr 1/ weihit firltmly wovel losth in hhrri-gboe h . o Hsl's 'iehlli outstanding l aill e it in olleteon Lumber ' elltei ot last "Soe ck Spe ciall W I Ai' 1 :e o ., s, . g icl .. .. .. w v ... .. li...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Boycott Talk Non-Unionists In Shops [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 15 May 1940

Boycott Talk Non-Unionists In Shops Threats of an' organised attempt by the Trades and Labour Council to boycott Goulburn shops employing other than members of the.S Shop. Assistants', Union were made by Mr. R.C G. Williams at Monday night's meeting of the Gotilburn branch of the Australian Labour party. Mr. Willlams said tliat the Trades and Labour Council had been unsuc ressful in Its efforts to induce shop assistants In this city to jotin their union. Letters hod been sent out and other appeals made, but without avail. "To-nlght we had,an organiser up from Sydn'ey bhtt nobody turned up for the meeting except the, executive and the organiser," said IMr. Wil liams, who added that that tte Tradesn ond Labour Council would in future adopt a stronger attitude and ,if necessary, boycott the shops. "We nre unionists antd want" to be served by .unlonists,, " tIe declared. "The trouble does not lie with the employees themselhves," said IaMr. J. . Sleffert. "Most of them coome from working...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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ALWAYS IN TOUCH [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 15 May 1940

ALWAYS IN TOUCH At a British Royal Air IForce wircless receiving station the operators are speaking to men thousands of miles away. No matter where a British pilot is he can always keep in com munication with his horme aerodrcme.-Department of In formation.

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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SHOT CAUSES A PANIC Bank Messenger In Post Office [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 15 May 1940

SHOT ICAUSES A PANIC Bank Messenger 'In Post Office SYDNEY, Wednesday: A revolver hllot ill the main hall of the Sydney G.P.O. about 4 p.1lh. yesterday scared hundreds of people. Jlitny ran for the doors'. Others sought cover. But it .was'not at holdl-up. The shot was fired accldentally by Bruce Alfrbd Ireland, 16., of Park Road, Artarmoon, a miessenger emiployed by the National Bank of Australasia, Ltd., Georgo Street, Sydney. He wask standingl in queue at the registra tion conlnter with a parcel, .holding the bank's revolver in the plocket of his coat. By mischance the trigger was pressed. . Fortunately the muizzle was point ing towards the floor. The billet went through Ireland's right boot and injured the fleshy part of his foot, and thien lodged in the .floor. Ireland: was given first-aid treat ment at the G.P.O. and was th'en taken to Sydney Hospital.' Detective sergeant. Gilhnour made investiga tions.

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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MENANGLE MEETING Yesterday's Results [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 15 May 1940

MENANGLE 1EE1'IG ,Yesterday's Results SW. Cook fuitth'er icreised his lead in the winning joclkeys' lhftf6rforthin season by riding tivo winners and a dead-heat: for first, at the XWyong Cliub's ieooting at 'Me'na'nie Park His wiitners Were Hapipy Star; in the firdst: divisiodh 'of tli Maiden Welter; Haindicap, and Strathisla, in, the Wyong ,Handicap, and hoi dead hlioafd on Duke'.Claro with Lady 'Mar conigramn.i ,the;Trial Handicap; Cook ha'di; a l oio?iiint i". each of the' eight races," and i" i'as only ;twice uliplaceld. .iResults at.the : iieting ~vwre: , N ivide 'il';:I[ndica E ' 'I i'rst DiviOlan: Paul ..:.lu ni r,1,.;'V. ltage'' 2, -Cloustooh S. tUeng:u."-2' 'Paul. tln i:-;,i.; Vintages; (..loidson ,1 t'hre? i?aurtEers o. a7 I length, twoledngths, : Ti'me,. 1ime, " 4. , :Second a lvlsion: li.hib ledofn I" Mther. Boyl m . .' Gretoaeno.8 .; Betting:d Even Gret S?h 9i-2;, Wisieusedon, 20 Mlinmer uy. lsong1?n'eck;: two'6 : a(nd i ":: half:lcegtts. :;MaIdon: .' Welter.: :iaid nie...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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TALLONG [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 15 May 1940

TALLONG TA IL ONG:' Mr.T.. :I-arry,: Wheeler was recently.. faterolled diy 'friends, ?oh g ttlitheed' 'atthe home ofo Mr. A. C. Ruinsey:'. l.?i. Wtlielet his 'ac 'epted?d'the :polfi f!tsof mannager to the Tendriffe bor hlird iat Goulburn, he ha~tng l r signied fromt a ."stlillar position; at'. ; M Co Grdoi, IPindlay's o'lichftitd, whlichh?aht?h', held for the last: two yeats.:' His ii'aiiy friends ,wish .him "eviry.' success in his .n'w position, andilt ill remenmber? Iis innay acts of kindlisn whilo: at 'tllong.

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 15 May 1940

lakes you look years younger I you are young in years but your ki looks old, plain and spoilt, or it O are no longer young and! your ki makes you look ten years older ha you really are-then .yo.u1 need he magic touch of Clliarmosu?l: fac O er from Paris upon your nkio:" C armosan facq powdear. ltuns the ng gift to subd;ue and ' nceal ul and signs of age fin your skin Salt they seem no :longei ?there,. ad our skin looks much 'y ?tnger. ad fdeer instantly. I. ,!i. A ouch of your ilpowder i pal and. ow r Charmosan.: Lo-.ln one fit lovely gesture, it impants to our kin such sweet, warm to es ot: outh such clear loveliness; sucl: e- ta) chalrm, that years sli from. Our I lks and your ouol stirs o the bar of your shin that chalenges: our Iry age. harmbsan face powde Alls des .n..l .. suntan. Bie ?a tle o/e . / S old leverywher by eni0 , dhrapers and stores. Ar you clev b ut your skip? pres It day clever women. n or to? e their skin its I3 sit lto sag every night withl the finm lus arm0 an...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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NAZI MENACE Warning Note By Bishop [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 15 May 1940

NAZI MENACE Warning Note By Bishop CROOKWELL: "If the" Ger ,ahnation shou'ld win this war and give to the world'all the things they have promised{ thlre is one thing they" c.uai! net give and that' is freedom; because they have lost it ;them selves: he DBishop 'o f Goulburii;:, Most Dr. r T. B. McGuire; 'made,?thisa te ment at the Crookwell'-Holy! ase Society's Communion-breakfast. Suay mo.rning., .. In countries .whereirel vionii 'ýP^r erecuted, the people :could !not .be aee, il there were greati.empires ay he said, wherent.hey could:.not det s they were that' :dhy: -hnd here they would be liersectited anid tven to gaol or death,for-,celebrat-; rde0oly Name .P?neldetti "bekfest. Fraedom had-to be' defended, and rough the centuriese men had died r it, because they cullsluereult re precious than life. There may ll be greater battles aherid, :biut berty bred a noble pride .ind a ,de-, erinallon to die rather thiana-yield hat freedom. This was an asse,L tl Hitler did not value, but .p...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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FATALITY IN GARAGE Inquiry Into Man's Death [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 15 May 1940

FATALITY IN GARAGE Inquiry Into Man's Death "It was nobody's egligellnce, bilt simply all accident," re Illarked tile I)Depty-Cot'onell, Mr. '1'. PP. nallion, at the close of. the illnqlluest t tile t oullibur Coulrt House yesterday into the death ill a Cowper Street garage on May 7, of Artlhur' Foster Corlford, 48, a paillter employedyl.' ill tilhe Goulburnll Per VlWay work shops. Elvidence disclosed that. Cornford' had gone to the garage to relair 'his car, and that after he had remooved' both front wheels, the front;axle had slipped off the supporting: jacks:, causing, the full. weight of the'car to fall- on his neck. : .- : :: . : .:: .'The Deputy Coroner .-found' that' Cornford: had died from the effects of l:sufocatioi resiltiing t when ':the front Ioirtion .of the vehicle he was repairing' fell on :him:'n:. I ", .- .? Sergeant Searsoil said thatat '11 p. m on 'ay.-7,.he went to the resit dence of AMIr.C. J: Deanm ill Cowper Street, and .at a shedl at the rear of the house' he...

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Broadcasting Programmes FOR TO-NIGHT 2FC [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 15 May 1940

Broadcasting Programmes FOR TOi"NIGHT i ·i-: " .2FC''. 6.15: Dinner Lusice. 7.0: .Se''s .,?: i?.I' atel of. Germnn Shlort \Vave Prolilpa- 1u,0ta. "T.U':,'he ?Pow\erlhouse.Trio. i4.15:' Fratnik Clone. S.O:.'A..C. ":Light? Olpera. ,olmany. S.ylO: 'The: Light ;Thati. FaIled.' N.30: N ews.-.10.0: ,Sydney' Orcllestra. 0 t):SO' :'Cnn l rlra - Comiienta?y.t. y 1.3U: iedlitltion'' MluslIC ':'11.ii0> es: '12:0: C'lose.' 6.0: Musicail Savouries. .6.45: Sporting Sesion. 7;0: Dlinei'"Musi'c ? .10: ' lie After D)inner Show'. 7i.-15: ':li:ckouLs. ,s.0: Natibnal 'i1 illtiry-'llntd.. 8'310:: Lord, Lur glean, (unnrltone)r 9q: 'Jiil ., Davldson's lDance : Iland. 10:0 '0 Recordei I'.eatIurb. 10.50: 'Close .' , ' ,, ;.. .STATIONS,2GN GOULBURN, TO-NIGHT .: ': he S'iille Club'°" Session. cot intletd by: '"Aunle Loin.", 6:0: -n"t . .C. ?e,:s 0 10 jDioniet Slush..? ' .50:., "ope. ldien. I l: ;l'es."i\'hnt "1.0. i 6it", re'hh ?'wss.'7.510: "DeBlue Si'." i:5:. ,MusiC,. 'of :'.the'' ' oaillilentt '.': "i''...

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TABLE TOP (Copyright.) NEWSPAPER FEATURE LTD PUBLISHED BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 15 May 1940

1AABLE TOP By Eden Phillpotts (Copyright.) NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED BY FEATURES LTD. SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT W':'We -must all keep our nerves atil ,o' 'on' with the diary," she said. ,'It shall' be written if I ha?ie got :to write every word mysel f, thugh 'we lave: only Felice's,: picturies (of,.he ship and distanit vibws: of the iislanld. All the: wonderful 'photogralihs ,tlhat hle was: goings to make. cin never - e tkeni'l now; but without pliotogir?.phs, liop?dily will believe a woir'ilof. the oolik A''Anywvay, it's got to' be .vit te. Andil you'ought to 'do the bit sibout the, spiders;: Aigus: I slinply can'i. I:: liate to .think. of lthem . i daon?t know the fi st tisiti? a'oiit spiders,'" lie, confessed. '."BBut you kiiot the Ilast thiing aboldt theli, " slie said. , 'The:, spiders; havel all, gone inow, aid ,evmery other; 'livi ig creature :that may liave bdeeinleft there,"' he an swered. .,"Aiid if you wais.t to hear the." ti'ith; Jane,: I'm 'a long .way short of. hiappy yyet ~espec...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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Parkesbourne School Picnic [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 15 May 1940

Parkesbourne School Picnhi : The annual public school picnic'at Parklesbourne was held on Friday, MAly' 3. :Fav?ured ivith; beautiful sunshine the day was enjoyed by everyone. A full progirmmnie of evecits ,: is 'pro' full. li'rogramme' of :events wRis pro= vided, which;i, codmnieningec flnlli- the forenoon ,was continued ,througjhout the" day. ; , , Coinpetltions ,for thli?,gsowna=. alt tiacted. g"ood "ield, stieinuous'effort?' befig: madie to obtain a thes title of 'winner" in a?ll cdlasses. \Lun'cheon.? was,: p'ovided a ti-ii .d'ys anid 'also: during; thi e a:`fterniooni after ..which: th'e: school. prizeis were' presented to the children by the Rev Bielzard e Dean i.:!eaitych:;ieers were a?ccorded.itlihe pare its> f6or I rov{ldin' :r'freshlizientt? also hbtotheteacher;,r L Ch'alimers

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THE POST (TO THE EDITOR.) Taxi Fares. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 15 May 1940

THE POST (TO THE EDITOR.) Taxi Fares. Sir: I, with another, hired a taxi to go to the station with a suitcast each and .hand luggage. The. metel showed 1/3 fare. Now, the two suit. cases if broughtby carrier, would -b id each. Thus 'two adults andi hand luggage -would. be. charged. 3d(.:TWhear I returned, thme sano chiargeushowed on another tal.' I think this is *nfair; 1/ flag fall: and'.d 1/ ' nile w:wbulli!e little enough foi! thle cotiirilto 'allowv.::': ' The cabs? are?o?ill: kept anid' tlhere is the i'eturn jouiraiey e that .rses petrol. UIt.il this time I have alwavr paid 2/ for this service, which is still cheap. --FAIR PLAY.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 15 May 1940

Internal Cleanliness means True Loveliness Keep young, beautiful, full of "pep," charm, vitality, in the easiest, most natural way. Let Chamberlain's T. et ntly stimulate peristalsis sg the intestinal tract, ingfrom f ulty linat See ho ,ckl s . brigl skin clears p , life full of as hamberl's Tablets e?you regular, jo)yously alive! A Chamberltain' to-night will put you right l At all Chemists sand Stores Small Sihd 1/6 Family Site For Stomar:h & Liver 3/ Save 50 parcchment seaols (under the lid) fromr thle tlilr of Aura M.arys Ookiln Powder and send them to Tillafk & C. Pty: Ltd., Ken! & Liverpool StsSydney, with your name and yddres and you will receive a Handsome Sur prise,Foccket FREEI : k" I i ilk ýt I v . i rr 4 mr ~ a ,a~aa~ i ·r / YES, MAY ENGAGEMEN1S BROKEN, WELL, IF YOU W T THE TRUTH, :- MARY! BUT IF YOU WERE A REAL RUTH- BAD BREAH AND ROMANCE FOR1UNE TELLER,YOU'D TELL ME WHY! DONrTM/X Y DON'r YOU ,TA wRu" % i TALK TO YOL DENTIST? TESTS SOW T-BEEDNGAT...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 15 May 1940

One of the seamen rescued ,,from Altmark-Mr. Victor Phelan in Sydney. He was on the freighter Tairoa, which was sunk by the Graf Spee.

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LOYALTY TO CHURCH Holy Name At Crookwell [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 15 May 1940

LOYALTY TO CHURCH Holy Name At Crookwell ,,. CROOKCW\IELL: Althoulgh n" stich de tlllostrlltionl wa's nleetlded to, prove :'the strength 'and solid ,' arity .of the illmembert s of tile Mai'liaun: : Catholic faith within t:? e -Cro?olowell pi 'rish, the large andti representative gathering in attendance lit. the Holy Name Society's. Comllullntionl break 'fast oli Sunliday lprovided str'ik ing evidtlence of the .loyalty of ithe elcn to' their Church.t 'Coming from all parts of the par .sh--some travelling more than 30 niles-over 300 members, .who had .ttended Mass earliert in' tihe morn .tig, packed. St. Mary's Hall to it's ,apacity, .i hile: visitors were pre sent, "fromn Goulburnt; Gunning anti 'ari.rlga. These were' hea:led .by thie" Bishop of Goulburn, Most Rev.. Dr; i'. B. McGuire, and included Rev. Frs. Wallace (missionary priest), O'Sul-, iivan (Taralga) and Messrs. J: M. Fully, M.L.A., . -Corcoran, M\. Hef ferntan andtti W. Miskelly. Proposing the toast of the hier archy and ...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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Call For Coal Miners GOULBURN MAN RESPONDS [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 15 May 1940

'Call For Coal * Miners GOULBURN MAN RESPONDS So far ,Goulturn has?lprotluced only otne volnteer ltl tresponse to the State IGovetrnment's ,p jipeal for mln .to work oil the a.iN.S.W.1 coadlfields.: .r:. The loi~e voltiieeer, at mliddle-aged tWelshniti,n :wlihoclaims t'o bhave had actiual exlierietce :i.tlderground in Welsh miines?ialthougli yeot actually it miner,, lodiedi:his application with hei Goulbutrn police yesterday a few hours .before the State l,,remier, Mr. 'Mair; stiit;to Goilbuitn. an advert isement livititg. alapplications front men :."willing to work int the coal itities of thiis.State or. to carry .out other: iluties thiiit tinay -e aissigned to thetni." : Wlielt- askltOd ishl '.olt0ion, of the coal' -trike, the ~.Welshmanl lacotnc ailly ronilt i :tl it at ork "was prefer lible totlite dolef: at ya ilyatime. In t sits appeti for .volunteers, the Statoe Covernmtnet declzres all who inlt~lteeri to witiltd oria:.handle coal will woiwork' i'tncolijunlctloit with and ull...

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From Everywhere Hospital Needs. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 15 May 1940

From Everywhere Hospital Needs. . , There was a debate in the Legis lative 'Assem'bly yesterday' on the progress, report, of ith; ioin't 'select committee oni'" libsifitl. 'which was presented to Parliameniit 'last 'motl. A.IlF. Age Lmit.' "All men , whol have bees rejecteil for the k.I.F? ;ecause they:,iare be= tween i35 and i40' ;::r ecau se :they were between Oft and inft Sisi'o s height, :are n wiivnvltedto reapply .ore, -enlistment. InI proceedings wsbefore Mr';: Justce Halsoe Rogers, sitting -irn Admiralty yesterday, concerning ,th.e Danis ship. "Astorila- a Commonwivelthfi affidavit wits read 'stiting thai te : ship 'was urgently .need ?l fori. defe en e i rlo.ies. WVnmFunid lift.. ' The secret ry- f :.'the:::; Gdoil burn District Lord :,Mayor's Patriotic and War Fund,; Mri F. D. ;:Davies, lht been advised by the Go'ulbturnbranch of the U.L.V.A. thit the 'itter .body has agl'eed to alie ~. r "fitio . of £10/10/ towards the -fu!nd:.: Broken Collarbone,. ''. >1 While' liayin...

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Mercury Down To 36 Deg. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 15 May 1940

Mercury Down To 36 Deg. t;he '! iniimun , telmperature of l , l' degrees lthis mornring" wasn. .: \itlihihc exception of 35 degrees' ;, rid cordid on May 11, the lowest re?ding since October lnst'. .l:Bright sunshine followed the -cold sniti' hnd conditions in the open wetl; moast pleasant.:7 So fait this. month 106 piolits' of. iati':hvefalle;ii;n comparedwilth 60 1polits"?. registoerýdl during:, tlje; coi;ceir solidntl nionith of ls.t :ycir:::..

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Injured Man's Plight [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 15 May 1940

Injured Man's ^ Plighti, H.: .-lled fromn" a ?otoi lorry "after: it 'haid cLasized near Cap- . *;taiin's Flat on Monday, a': well-'., : knowiniresident of !Arxalle .lay ind " a',:agony on: the, iroadway .fox. two **.li'ours ' beforoe hi.s 'plight.: wxas; (ioticed . :-I-Ise was Patrick .Co'lixins, tr. ticc; drive;, a soi :'of Mr. ,T. Collins, .of thel IHtotel Axialiiehix Colliis," who .was sulseliienitly: t alen' by Amiti?iance', to the'= Quea;nlieyaiin': District 'H:Iospiithl, wxas .'hivixing. alolng the MajlJoi's Creek Road: M.on lIonda;y x.xand ':abotlt : foir miles ,fr obiCaptainl'sli Flat. the.. st'eer Jig faltld. ax . >ai;. ". Th::.e trx ck it"i isxMxnderstood, swung wildly xacrosi ' tlie lro:ad anid finally' overturnedd.l Coliiswlt iis.'s: huirled to th''iroadwta.y x:bieakling hs, left lleg at.tlhe aiinkle.: '.Two 'hlxoulrs. later the driyer of ai tiniberle:lorry saw tlie inl. jii'ed mnan aiiid; hle -as xlacetd on. the truck and drivdln into'.Oapltin's Flat, wliere he. was ...

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