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First Phase Germans Succeed [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 15 May 1940
First Phase Germans Succeed LONDON5 Tuesday: Ac cording to the London Times correspondent with the Brit ish Expeditionary Force, the battle ,for Belgium is con tinuing; on a hundred miles ' front from the marshy coun try north of the Albert Canal to the Longwy m:ning basin. .. The Germans are throwing in all their arms In an. attempt to break -lhe Belgian, resistance before the de fenders establish , a *strong liaison i3ilth thoiEnglish and French armies. The lGerman, plan in Belgium is i;now taking shape. Gerl "inln armourei forces; are a advancing ?througll the 'Maaastricht appendix and have aimed. 'a massive blow at the..angle formed by the; junctionl of the %leuse:.River .and Albert Cinal,' behind which lay :the main ,Belgian defences. *The Germans:l planned to poue troops,.:. throiugh. ,the gap.: creaitei iby theOfirst' impact -and spread them out. fainwise bhehind, the *defendels, .thus cutting the communications., i ; "The first phasee of :the operation"i has apparently been'...
Germany's Shipping [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 15 May 1940
ermany' 's .IONDON, Tuesday: The Admiralty announces:. thait' Germany , lost' 31 iie:rchailftmeit, totialligig 7.i iP tons in" the ~ ceel ended le:iv 12jiid ithei Brltish .lost,'one ,of G6000otoiins Thneii ywee-iio i Alliedi o= i neutsal sellzeclin ti n Duteh Etist indIes (G ermnny's total shIppIng losses iiung the:e w eare now alnnst eioueli toi the BUritish .Y '·
Could Stop The Flash [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 15 May 1940
Could: Stop The Flash LONDON N A. fourteen-year-old Mer 'chaiit' Taylo'is boy :.thoutight ;e coul? ?so 'tliop h fihshes: caused ,at:night by electric train:. his :i it' rly~i wnas':told a t n iinquest t )Noti:lhwooid Mi\ilieo: sex. Eg An olenl verdict was recorded.i on Miclihel, i]3;eitt.en of Potter Street, Northliod; 0 w0 wio foi £0 11ideadl on: le11 nli e ail;: Nolthwloodbhillsi;Meti'o, politan: station:::';: : Mr. KB r3etten sai hthatiiasO loved ,eliectricity :. iut' b;,ybylpaling tl'aitns" aifid ie netalli; ' tIil" ilt tllthey ..?btihldi be::to? pped." Litoel ihea "aid I thinik that ,I .can 'Iatol' thoefli-f8lies,?" : nh- an0 told his onl'01 thilt'lieiie ouldll py:yfor alny idea i?1en?ligilt have; to: be patented. ::'The bovy ev;ietly thlought he could to:0 sometllif. a'alnd went down to the li;ne .itose: :iHe ias 'oxtremely short-. sighted:.: ":.' "__ _ _._ _ _
On The Coast Of England [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 15 May 1940
On The Coast Of England LONDON: Crowds in an East Coast town were kept in suspense for hours 'While a mine drifted in-shore and be carime caught in wreckage only twenty yards from shore. 'Onlookers were warned to keep back. Householders were advised to open their windows. The mine be came one of the sights of the town. Then. the ebbing tide ie:t the mine high and dry, and anI expert made It alarnlless. ,cores of people helped to haul it towards the parade. The'sutspense was over. After nearly eight hours the tide began to turn, andcl the question was: .'Wlli it release the mine from the wreckage? .Tihe authorities thouglht it would ble unsafe to detonatle the mine, as on-ly sollme three hunlldred yards away was somln of thile most highly I'aled piiloprty ini the borough, ..f . -
WAGES CLAIM Crookwell Case Settled [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 15 May 1940
WAGES CLAIM Crookwell Case Settled CROOKWELL: Ih the Indus trial Magistrate's Court in April of. last year the magistrate;, Mr. A.M J. Ryan, distmissed, on, cer: Mtain technical groundsi a'clal?irbyJ Frederick 'Andrew. Bucklhan against Harold. Con,: a blaker, for £55/9/, alleged'to -ave been andue: for wagess;:: overtime antld 'other deficiencies p'.1: :lie' tmagistratesi ' -on t fi: that. occasion,: altiough indicating that moneys were tliie ::to'l;icl?iinsolime?vhat s'cldamed. d?isoissed the lallimn on.; the gioniiids that plai?tiff,?l.l`d f.-ailed to prove that the ia.wardtlehiBa l keis' (Country) Aiaritd upon ivhicli'ie trelied, app?ed to 'Crookwell ".:'::i'. An appeal aigainst this decision was .lodeldby:IEi Biicliman, tlhotugh. hi solcitos;' IMe sroi .C. T ,Cliftori ans 5Sattndes;; ainde Jthis ,wfts heaid before Iit Justice de Rnatt in l.the'"iIndilstrial iihittratiln' Coitrt in,. Sydney. last onthr:Atian edarlly _stage His Honoir .dincateil(thst:i. on the. iuestion in poliit ...
AUSTRALIA'S MAN POWER Appeal By Empire Union [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 15 May 1940
AUSTRALIA'S MAN POWER Appeal By Empire Union SYI)NEY. Wednesday:'. The :British Einire Union, in. a .statenient, issileil today,. niiges the immediate iibblilis? ttiolbof the i6owhole of:Au stialiaks;, mii lpditer and weailth to -issist lin''s vhin' 'civlisatlonii fioi i e~xteinhiiii?t .moi..st n" :The :stiaiebitelelt conthities.tliat int oldeir to i.rouse ..the Aistrallaii' to. tli serioais nstiiie; of tlhe ;sitntioiia if la sutggesteild ?at: '. joint meeting of hbdtli'Fedeiia Hofuises . he hield f.i? tli purtose, of electing a':,Miilstry'ensni posegd of: ill lolitical a'tii'es.: ,: T '..Tsave ? ieCliois tinimer the Govern miit ?hould' instruct ill 'Aiistiuiliaiis ovei'. ,the a?geb of '10 wluth thit'exception'! of. luniatlcs'h,:e i :invalids, to'i-'t?PrtSi itih?iidliatel3 t::l thei neirei:s lllii stat foio foxthe pliripose ;aifisweatlin allegi:inhctd toI tlhe Mui g..'Ihosei'; pr?i .sons :refiising ito .do so shoitd :beir:e gaidi'dednilnd tieateil, ii e::ieii es; dof Atsihlli 'aitil...
COLD NIGHT WITH MIST AND FOG [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 15 May 1940
fCOLD .'NIGHT; 'WITH'.. :. " ?i~r KT '-:.ti'M-;i,.MIST ·AND" FO" >-' Forecast Lixcept for some fu ?thor ishoWers on' the central n'.n Inoiir'th coast anld adjacent, high "' lansii ? a-iilnly fine; milder day tendiiperatuies; cool to 'cold : night ofrosts :;:lin :eastern inland :areas,":"-' jinmany mists and :fogs. t'' 'lg ~id.oi sn:Thursday mornilng oniithe hilighlilands. and coast; becomi?i:g un: 'settled:",from the Westt; showei§, u ihielobii?ng '.gradually duriyg:, th'' :".i, next 4Sl hours
LATE WAR NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 15 May 1940
LATE WAR NEWS A message from Washington states that President Roosevelt has express-, "ed his willingness to combine with.,... the other American States in pro- ... testing to Germany against the In vasion .of Holland, Belgium and Lux embourg. New defence forces are being form ed ,.in Britain to cope with the pos-, sibility of parachute landings. At. . the same time, the Minister for War, Mr. Eden, while appreciating the value of being prepared, says that... British people must not exaggerate the danger. A Gothenburg message says that German 'troops are concentrating in S6uthern Norway near the Swedish"' boider. They were most active yes-": terday. A succession bf rumours is current>-S in diplomatic circles in Rome that Italian action is' imminent., but so'": fai nothing can be obtained of any., .official action. Mussolini smilingly. greeted the crowd when' it was shouting slogans of an anti-Allied. character. The American Government l. has told its citizens to leave Italy. The. ...
Injured In Cycle Fall [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 15 May 1940
Inured In Cycle Fall M: - ARULAN: When cycling'.... home from I3etterley Park, where she. is employed -by Mr. anl .Mrs. E. D. Smith, Miss Leil:;: Giocott, eldest:ldaughter. of Mr.:. a: d .Mrs. W. Grocott, fell .heav ily to: the 'oncirete highway clbosose '' tq .M'a" luluiia township:-.. ,.:-:.i' ,-: 'rho eaeti cause .of .the accident is unknolwn ihut its ;asssumhed that she eithe overalhnced or her cloth'. lig beearf ciaughlit'ithe:whel.A piassing;inotorlst :foun hd .heruncon scio us:.:Ion'Ftheroailivway an:iid iqulickly'. obtaiined the services' of Constabile ` I? logi?n nwot': ;:::::ook her : ,to -" ,:'police ''station .'wh'e'ire 'it:n was found. that:, she ` 'eceived'i° cut lon ;the head ands. others aoutt ody ;Constable oLogan laterconveyed isrto her oeh a
SEASON WAS SUCCESSFUL Goulburn Amateur Bicycle Club's Activities Reviewed ANNUAL MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 15 May 1940
SEASON WAS SUCCESSFUL Goulburn Amateur Bicycle Club's Activities Reviewed ANNUAL MEETING i ai his l'i5rl to lI itiiiiiit sual+ r..T"('i'r'e?.'i'. ii:i t1 f (oulblunlt A mln-'i . :,'' io'ir. ; i'; R. T1hi:.: si'tnzell f. ssil l le&lt;'it,,wIi i thele Club thancel. iii ?, ii'.G C rao'oul "i t .tiulSnife r o.":l? ini es li" the itiis??iD.l-fot. o': d i'a .. ?lver Siiccessfuil year.': sMr STavewell xho epressed preciation: for ltie assista ince etend ed to hltiil durisr the yvier urged all; :embeis: to ; doI their utioist'to secure new r'ierss for th e lh? iBq ' so doing. hei added, libetter prize-mone,.?' and' also better rac g'"wouI.?riesult.: Despite an effort by Mr D Thom sone torim? ote, a.. Goulirn'to.atli irst "race the projectt. hadlaiid ?i as i? ivr,. felt hat imot rid:lrs had: give n on.; dle!s.ne traiiing 'in fav'our et"rs of the :varios' oi? ency n di' v S··noons: XV. hush t. 109,"polints; 1i'rfelul qs jr ('rae Is. i..JiOi sI: Sh? tsl.h 1079, o J iCtarvi 89, r .e ; I...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 15 May 1940
F y u suffer from Eczema or othr itc ng skin complaints, don't del y prop r treatment another day. W n care is not taken, there is a tondo cy for he continued irritation and in sigh y eruptions of the skin Io spr ad and become chronic. Doan's nt men will give you quick relief, f it pen trates to the true skin whore he intl motion lies. It is antise ic, heal g and quickly allays the irr a tion. De sure you get Dean's Ointm nt to-d y. IN EVERY WALK OF LIFE Wherever your interests centre-round office, factory, field or home - you'll enjoy a fuller measure of health this winter from the nourishing, energy giving properties of Tooth's Sheaf Stout . . . at least a glass a day. OTDrink a of OT 6 6"ý1013 . .y;7I ~~ .1 11
COUNTRY TENNIS Crookwell v Bigga [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 15 May 1940
COUNTRY TENNIS Crookwell v Blgga . CROOKWVELL: For the first tintb in tivo sea iiise Ciockliwell tennis I lay, ors'travelled to Bigga oh'-Sunday list to meet: a' locia team'" O`,;iig to i shlower oinSatuhi;iy nlight tferee was a little di.liy .'in :Scomlinending play5 but the couits diiea ijl: y::i In a, :iiiitc i in vWilidh many., of. the' sets w:ere. kenly: cnlt(iterd. Crook well wononby 15 sets to.5 Scores: 10v, .'l llle: ,nd:l..- Picker; -I; D \V ebster t anl Ala:na,, ;G-t ' v l. W\ell B iter:,aet?.o.; M?ik?r -ii, DG - V~ S;tiitlebrs' o -1; ?.'Jolllffe?,and'i'.i"celn '6i- * - elt o Ct.? nt 'hl1 Anegtta,'.-7-5.,. " 1tirpliy. an1d, "W .J Thariln't ofi.;v'. 1cbste a 11 5\[agiti', o'0; :Iv10Jnllfr1 ' til- li'lcket; S-C;V \IVKib Ster :nn d 'Mortoie;'h?:7i-f'5: ; , .:... ' .. '.e.eomor,' N P?les:: ,i'stltaes' N\. Smittlh ,nd G: StoeIhenl va lliss l .-lll'lc s tild ir's;' it?). 1-:1r ,9r?f? ;: =G-: v "'01iss2 l. Picker;'antd Mrs.i- Pranter', \ "liss' .U.; titallem `ge?, l si.t'. ,V. St...
KEEN MATCH AT MARULAN Canberra Team Beaten in Match For Tiverton Cup [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 15 May 1940
AT MARULAH Canberra Team Beaten in Match For Tiverton Cup Marulan rificmen defeated Can jerra by seven points ip a ceoot flast Sunday for the Tiverton Cup. Th-e 'hoot w'is hield in fine wecathii but" a c?s?ngesi'fi' ge.:'ei'e' ":il?3,: n: ,;!, c:Ot?Ied troblbledf -ehifeo emhrl nklii Tne fo vn Whi-,e ti se:res15 of 0hi' -men, ,ig .t to' coont 'ioot;?ei?. ; 37 at -ot60n7il;. totaf; .l ?elthtfimn, 8 iel- 71fi 17. T 0g;Mrris.9 67 ,S:35 7 . 7 lii7 7? fi?4i;:3 i 35 71i.' T ' : . F?i !:' i;': C t l. C ii?.R ut?, io ,'loorlwvi? . 3i . 1' . 1t 7 i?.; if f 37io I tAN-EL Ji&' ---7--c- t -ei T et'S' 3f0ltyds` ' ;t -'t-00v Otte .77 totts yLlo1rf. 38 .977 . ISaslfmrn, `39 711 D::.?it lien r ::e , ? S^: -7 r. 7 -5 'S?.i i 3 .0 .73 :; A7 0Hutf r .,ey 17.?. ',7 .7 tliittti'i : `2' ' . ;se'iu7i 'ee ie -ef eec-'- T 3'f''i7 A:-N. Inissey, trophfy n -~t 'tda'V "rI : me'teft oit eoiesn 1 ten ;.1;ctt, fihot3 't 300 eI G6000yili JIS C If "'77 fl ftdocf-70 S Sfeheadfi 71, N. Grant
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 15 May 1940
ENTERTAINMENTS NEXT FRIDAY il t Iris : ' " O - l. . Co` ad Veidt Cand Vlerio n lo lon in "U-BOAT 29" Plus dithI Fellows in "FIVE LITTLE PEPPERS AT HOME" P..., ,d t . e l w in.: . .: ? DANCIN UH- Cl 'scl e Sn at oL1 nit,~ .O. r'ae l1? ?y oi tnel . ses b, ~lrangeme nnt. ARBARA MORTON, 82 lifford St. Telephone 407. APEX ARCTIC ANTICS B BA.LL BROADWAY PALAIS WVEDNESDA, .thl JUNE 1i AGNIFICENT ecerations. pee ' tacular `Enter ainlimt.'. ? ern al d Old Time Dancing..P0 Itry St pper. "Perry's' Impdrted Or hes tr , complete witl1 6 players a d 2 e? aners, with a reputation a the b it Dance Band outsid' the tro p is, will provide the "mus-ic. leet ".ercy the Penguin" at the nost Sl 'ctacular Ball everto' be pres, ted ii Goulburn. M. HAY, Goulburn Apex Cl b. SPRING ALLEY aturday:ENE T, May 18 A NUAL A2MB ANCE SOCI.I L 5: S.: Miners' Or h?ia. . Excel ent Supper. Ad lssion 1/. Nor I.y Dal es. A1 S M. HENN SSEY, HIon. . . KOM NGLA .:'Satury, June 8 S'NIAL AIM IULANCE SOC L F ST-CLASS t Super. No...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 15 May 1940
FUNERAL '-ilE nelatives andl Friends of e late EDITI-I BRADLEY, youn st daught r of Mrs. J. Bradley, of S3 Joshua Street, Goul urn, are "adv sed that hr Funeral w ll' leave the esi dence, Joshua Stre t, at 11.30 am. To-mo row (Thu sday) for the Churc of Englan I portio.n of Ge eral Cenie ry, Goulbhtrn. R. S Iney C,,'aig Funeral Ditectors, Goul urn. IhonT1 100. I,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 15 May 1940
Two Good D 'nks For CAd ays S VAN'S O.T. a, onode The new tinter drink. Ask for them at all eding soft drink shops. BRING OUT YOUR WOOLLEN Carldig is, .Junllers, Scarves id othler a ticles of warnl winter Oar are leil g brought out of storage lth the coneng of cold weotler, ?at d I 1 ibe they don't look as fresh and c lan os you taigiiled. Do the wise thing and send the ar meints to Modern Dry Clea? ers straighl- itway. This modern, hy gkleic . rvcei will-make your el hen lonic Ill c new . . and so soft and fresh. . 1I 31EE COILLECTION ANI) Just Phone 377 MOD RN DRY CLEANERS AIIblll I S Lt'iet " (Gold na'n Wanted--At` lilimes yOul 10 wlailt tl'en let the .OGlllliri Evelil)ng Post get it for yo0t. Occasional Household Requirements Every home, like. every individual, has a personality all its own. A beautiful home suggests hospitality and friendliness tempered by dignity and reserve. Let Craig's help ou with the selection of your Household Requirements OCCASIONAL TA LES CLOTH SUPPER S...
U.A.P. Women Goulburn Branch Is Re-formed [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 15 May 1940
U.A.P. Women Goulburn Branch Is Re-formed Women interested in the U.A.P. organisation in Goulburn held a: , meeting yesterday afternoon, when it was decided to reforin the branch disbanded last year"_ý, Mir. A. W. Smart, U.A.P. dlivisioti organiser, . whlio pri'esided; spolke ali. prcciatively 6f ithe vork liperi ormedi by tihe ladies -liring :tlihe patit :2? monrths ,desipite . thle fact tha:t the lbranch was not' in exiatence l:Hei,.said' ntht with the aplproaicl of ii Federali eleci'ion, in which issues very.:. vital to Australia would' havt to: li: de tided, it wa?i higlily. necessairyy to::.bie well organised for thl' carpiniign-.! , Mesdaiines Ord andiii Wesciet lovedii:I that [the :branch' :boe fomrmed nd,lthis, was. carried unlinimouisly.i . Office-beareir's electe?d were, Prdsid. ent; Mrs. ' Ord;:' -?ice -iiesidents;: Mesdames Weshire and. Milhe;, sec rotary, ,Mrs. McCGregor;:: atrensurer; 1Mrs. Hoad, ileleowte to council ;'Mrs. Wesche, with Mrs.: Hoed as 'lteririte; deloga...
Crookwell Ambulance [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 15 May 1940
Crookwell Ambulance CilOOKWLELL: Structural IIal terations larc being male to the buildinig (adjoining the Fire Sita tioni in ordeir to convert, the bin ilding.. o -. all ambulanncce shtat.ion prepariatoryt to. opening a litianuih tof li,the slervice it th touin Last year '¢ the l."oull.urn: ,brt,,, ci of th N S XV W Ambuilance Trinsporti Service' sectied; a?section .of Crovn; ladici'o itho Goulburn' Roiiion "wilich to bhuild`l a t a'tiionS but tcese pllansi havo;inowv: eenii' altered aiid hired preiinses will:fh.ou sed ;for some time: It ls,: expectedl ?that the' building. will:', be ready ilthout .tihe end of thi motiiit ai? nd' thlie local ' bran ch will? pi ol!ably commii ncen? service. shortly; afterwards.i