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MR. ALFRED BALDWIN [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 15 May 1940
SMR. ALFERED BALDWIN The death' has` occurred at Junee, of Mr. Alfred 'Sturines Bildwil at the.: age of 73 yeairs. One of:Junee's: ldest niaties,: iad. gone toithiat ;centi;O it the .'70 :sof. last centumry";. ,'. Three .o?ns and :thiree 'daughteis' asiuvive They 4are ;Mesis. rFranlkS Chiiless an ii Edw.in Billdivn? Bld? :Mrs ,May, Cutcliffe,: (Sydney), Mis?. Thelnia King (Sydnriey);: and i MVrs: Freda Alun govran .(Goeulburi). :One son,? Alfred;, was killed in a. rallayi:accidei?t nealr the ioro' ~lhe?ds soinew ears. g: iTheie fa ,tifteen :glaandchlilds:en:
OBITUARY MRS. F. SARGENT [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 15 May 1940
OBITUARY MRS. F. SARGENT The funeral took place .at Binda long on" Sunday afternoon, of Mrs. Fanny, Sargent, 65, whoset'death:. o curred suddenly on Saturday- morn ing at her residence,: Dollar.- Vale,: HIughstonia. . The" late Mrs. Sargen't:hadd livedl at Hughstonla. for over. 40. years .:She is, survived by her ,.huisband ;..?,Mr, Arthur, Sargent; three sons-, Ken,; Victor and& Bert; and Cone::daugliter; Mrs. Priest (Temora).
NATIONAL SERVICE CERTIFICATES [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 15 May 1940
"NATIONAL SERVICE CERTIFICATES :TDhe:Director of-theNatioinal Enter eincy :Serices, '.Colonel,Lorenzo is aOpecteld"i: visit,, Goulbulrn at tan Iearl;i?cdte to: psresent. eei tiflcate. awardaidl to succesisfu? l cadida tes in. N iJ S~t `JEs llntions :.`t,:. "°' ,.,` : Although itis noiso til since the exashiiiations wie held; the certificates; whicih'.cover sach wori as instiructions ini first aii A.R.P. tend ootor drivers tests; ;artiied a few'da'liys sao : Totalling about:200, the cetýtificates?ki willybe presented on i: date to` be, arranged ..:.:: ":. By especial srreiigment Renter'a 'erorld Servlee\? Ins:Sadditlo',stoeother . speal scoences ofiflnornh.tlon'i is used'. I tile :COpplilliso',f tl he:overseas , intelligence 'published n ; t lJs;isste' i anl all lihti ,therein -isn nAustralali and . New. Zealand are reserved.;,.:. , - ? .?,". be, Uepi -of- the cabl?,: news in this issue 5s5ls so headedol ppeared: ti "Th1e Times" nnsdlIs 'sent tO:.tholslpiper b sleclnal per IlsslIon.;...
Additions To Cabinet [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 15 May 1940
Additions To Cabinet LONDON, Tuesday:- The' following additions ,.have.,been. made .to ?the British Cabinet: S: ecretay ;for thei Dbmniioýi :,Vls cou i t`Cldott SM)( j : Secretiary foi Scotland *Mit: E Brown. Prosidentfot thet Board Of-Trader Mr. flminsbottioisn. 'inis ter,fdi;Shippingi': Mr:I?i'ldah Cross. Minister; for Economici Waosrs Drl Hugh Dalton (liab.):.; A new;'iortfolio has ,been c'eated that of Minister for? AircraftProdduc tion. Thisli hs' been given to ?Loid Beaverbroof~: chief of 'theie Dail E press publications : .
Gallant Airmen Chased Them With Revolver [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 15 May 1940
Gallant Airmen Chased Them With Revolver LONDON :, Tuesday: The Tinies" correspondent t;lwith . the advanced air striking..force,. em phasises- the brilliant ,work' the R.tAF. have .done in" combating. Gerin a nerial ..frightfulness. The R.ArF.' drove 'back four raid ers.whichdiropped a number of, high explosive .incendlaiary bombs ,on a s;imall ?larlne ..iliage, killing' several patienits' in a :.aternity hospital and setting firee to thiee; houses. "Our :bonibers were "ifot 'i: tfive in "the Sedan e:idgion; ~bbiiiiig: and machinegunining troopso of fioforisel units;', he says.' "One sqiu idrori drop ped four.i tionss .of b'onibs on troop concentrations and destroy ed seven teen planes aind :damaeed'. several: . 'A young:, South Australian has been phenonenally' successful. Last week lie,brbughlt dovwn five 'Germian planes, and .ins th'e :las fouirdilays he has increased' his: bag,:to '14 S"' iwasmsissihig for' soie:tlime after the ]ast 'combat .:'Vlien. he SreilriedC'he expllaied ...
TROOPS AT NARVIK Allies Land Behind Nazis [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 15 May 1940
TROOPS AT NAR VIK Allies Land Behitnd Nazis LONDON; , Tuesday:-, The Allies have succesosully landed troops seven miles :north ; off'Narvi:k:.behind the German 'positions, wvhicli, the othei AlliedunIts sinfultaneously attacked, says :th'e: Wr "'Miistry. coimmunique. British submairines' this. lmoflth sank at. 'least - ilne. 'more. German tiransports and supply shils 'south of Norway. 'Theyv also chased a suplply shilli; which H.M.S. Trident shellefl.
Farmer Fined For Cruelty [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 15 May 1940
Farmker Filled For Cruelty A rt" Illc tile' Ttnlit, iPOlice Cour't, .dl)tfol;e :Mr. F?. GudgCon ., P, ::Matthe?w Egan was filed £20, :vithircosts,''.f'r having, oln .'isiuiii ary31l, ill-trcated 2 imilking cos's i:by 1not0 niiling them for liree"-: Vy., ,h lengthyorend ol d h1C.,WSB'O-:,vo neei?'1i1tt. .30,;S s th r "' i ? kiai Riii? sal it was the owner's; responslbib ltg to see that ~thei cow weri mlledl T~llhe dereda~dnt' qud ne~i~j~ t'aol .:i~d; re sposblty binlA'h ldof arn :lio - the' evief ipCGh'ltiisdtiii - t the Tiuesday miornidngHe had act callouisly to ais dryherd ?ha'i :g one-n :to'Sydneyh yo..bn',aom 0 pi'lvate jiaunt and ha"? 6nd seming o .i ??d-5f hi awayt when Vilse .l to re tin i h hed PMlsaid lao hd ointain -pula·Rted -hsedlg the irdefen~i l'iiit to~ pisn asle ithuhtatsate heatS. iofdeal wt cath of cied htii gir.L owea ver, helie ouldl malta'- llowiiacet'r6 thet defendsit sa iiiiscals adwId'P flife bins £20, with costs;
GLEE IN BERLIN England Comes Next [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 15 May 1940
BERLIN England Comes Next BERLIN,, Tuesday: IThe Berlin radio, discussing. Britain's air vulner ability, states that planes are not only within the .reach. of Harwich, but: they have: -bses- for. direct at tacks :against thi:'Wihole of Einglanid; especially the soutfleast. coast. , "The imniiiegnability of Britain Is ending in this period of modgrn aerial warfare,". the-message adds.
Swiss Fear The Next Nazi Blow [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 15 May 1940
Swiss Fear The Next Nazi Blow. BASLE, Tuesday: Switzer-, :]land, aflter at week of feverish'¶" p]Orelparatiions, is almost comlllete ly ready for tOhe substitutiton of, Geriman troops for Civil Gualrds flroml LIake Contstante to Basle. 3" The appearance of pontoons on the German -side of the Rhine. un derlies :Switierland's danger. The.-: German,. strength north ,.o1 Switierland is estimatdd at betweedi 20 and:125dlivisions; incltidinig'ma ~y fast tboi lorriesi . '::. Somen are atoted w thttnachitnetgu ta ai'? airie 'epotited ?,lt,'tia itoebttd int5?:e :aly oserverse.: 'belteve that tlW Getm?sn,; willt?tatteiipt',to reacht :the' nmiddl lti.iltsd iti" ati det', to persuad Rhine: Valley .thotigh thle Swl4v, Mtissolinit that the time is ripe for deith blow against the Allies. P atronise our advertisers.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 15 May 1940
MAY SELLING OF WNTER WOOLL NS Everything that is new in Woollens is showing at "The Corner" during the May selling of Winter Woollens, and you will find that these goods represent keen values, as all winter stocks, through our co-operdtion with our overseas buyers, have been purch sed on the most favourable markets. Thes alues cannot be repeated.. Buy nowt . emclnber,.it's what au save that counts. ere are just three examples of these keen values 10 0 Yards of PLAIN, SLUB and FL K JERSETEE S $ 'This is an exceptioei I offer of a very finie qual y ain P. fashionable Woollei We cali get no mlore t this price when this is' so d. A ideal fabric for' Fro s and Suits, and there's fwenty different ' colours. 36ii,. L uunlly 4/11 yd. Th Corer's Pricey 3'1yd. MIL NERY SPECIAL .... HN.1I'. F TS If you w t a awfully smart " ; ..and snpp.. Sports Felt to wear glfing or or sport with Your T new suit ill o cardigan, thenl here ? is your opii trtuniyl to buy the ' ':l yeol isv t. Yes, a high I fas...
MARKET PRICES [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 15 May 1940
MARKET? PRICES i The Austrialiaiiu°:; Vieat : loai.d's quotations ro.dli:expo'tli?vhoat aie tin altered to-d(lay Old' bullk `.lots nare quoted at 4/,. a iliebagdd ihllloi'rs 1'arcels at: 43 a:. b sliol ..': . Prices on Susse?x:'Streot o::-da' wedr: ,iPoat es to asanitit?i £ 7m / 10 'to11i-l egg s ; iewldi2ad" c se 1/6; butter, :161-/2; ::iialz~i / h "4.' r;cheeso; 10 d to 1/2 ;honey '4 d'to: Id; onions, £.0 t ow£.12 chilafe heaiten 4/3. to.6/, oatohn I/ 6'to /6 .idceino , 5./6 to 97; liay ltii'iid / ,t'to · 1/
Fighter Pilots Stories Of Heroism [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 15 May 1940
Fighter Pilots Stories Of Heroism LONDON, Tuesday: "In the air'. battles fought yesterday and last night our fighter pilots inflicted on the enemy at least. four times the losses they suf fered themselves," said the Air Ministry statement, issued to night. Thie commuinique says that in olle .ncoutlllr three Hur"l ricanes attacked :o . enemy l)ombers and' ighter escorts near ondi irOcs.:One.!essersclhmitt 110 and onecHelinkel Ill were shot down. "In thils fight,";the statement say~, "a Iluricane, pilot ,forced :aenotheii: IHeinkel II ,to ecrash. Hinelandedlje side te theienemy ahircift idi took'th crew prisoners. "'.'The' :obiect of.:. the Allied air opera.tions_ is to. haiass the. enemy's deploymelt aid commuliciatioflis ind to" protect: the adi niice of-r Allied troops. "British 'onimbrs conitini'ed. yes i erday "to attack the. enemy's roada anil rails :to the Dutch 'hnd: Belgian battlefields ai :.considerable damago to the :;enemy's. line of' cammunica Lions. ws . lon~.-:Important...
Roosevelt Moves "Preparedness Measure" [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 15 May 1940
Hoosevelt Moves "Preparedness Measure" W'VASHINGTON, P-Tucsdnay:' Sresitent Ioosei'lt ihais callete i, a nieptilng 'f U til til Stiateu (ioia :crnhmcnt officials :toi. draft. big: : .. ,lit paredncss" mteisinesl :iaglainst: wiat his l, i vatt" Sii cretIi ary de i-.se be . " a To ,l0 itn?llr " fiie' Observers; in the. ar1 East fear a naval`attack l.mai be.iiele ,by Italy and Japianf anfidii iied'i iigainst the Allis if they alipear to be. decisiaely. beaten" by` the Gerni: .: s
MAN FOUND DEAD [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 15 May 1940
MAN ;FOUND DEAD , KATOOMBIA; ::Wednesday: The :body of,.Walter Reglnilil Lawson, 47. \as -folild :laiig -g froncm rafter In a ciii.age t:. ?:-LaLwson -latei yesterday afternoon i :c tli- ::stirails o- f strollg copper. l:iile ic around his ineck. Deceased, wlio i-fought In the British AI'niy: dti'iig 'the: last'\vAc(r had been depreresed;,
DUTCH SURRENDER TO GERMAN INVADERS But Fighting Continues In The South-West Further Resistunce Was Useless Says Commander-in-chief [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 15 May 1940
uu-i-CH SURRENDER TO GERMA.N IN-VADERS liqat CFiin onine n The Son - jest Further Resitance as sles Sayi LONDON, Wednesday: Although the Dutch Army has surren dered to the Germans, it is made clear by the Government in London that a state of war exists despite tihe proclamation to the troops to lay down their arms. Fighting is actually taking place in the province of Zeeland. LONDON, Tuesday: Accord:ng to the Berlin Official Nawsagency, the Belgian " and Dutch troops have been separated by the German wedge and the Allied forces are unable to. reach the Dutch in order to he'p them. Therefore, the Newsageacy claimed, the Dutch had no chaice but to surrender or' be an nihilated. Queeni Wilhlelm'na, of Holland, however, has issued a proclamation from London to the Dutch people asserting: "The Netherlands Government, which is now in England, is not prenared as..a Government to capitulate. The Netherlands ter.itory remaining in our hands in Europe, East Indies and the West Indies continue...