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Repair Plans For Burrinjuck Proposals Are Criticised In Parliament [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 16 May 1940

epair lans For Buijrinjuck Proposals Are Criticised In Parliament SYDNEY, Thursday: The measures to remedy leak ages at the Burrinjuck Dam, which the Government has approved, were criticised in the Legislative Assembly 4esterday, when debate on the Burrinjuck Dam Improve ment Bill was resumed. AIr. Lang (L'ab., Non-Com., Auburn). moved that the bill be re fefred 'to a select comni,'ttee. The bill; .which was introducedl into the House ill 1Iarcli last year, saine tlions work ol the damn estimated to cost £1,850,000, and validates work slrcady dlone, on which £250,000 has been spent since 1937. •The Minister' for Agriculture, Mir. Reid, nlovilng the secondl readilng o0 the bill, said that tihe Governmenit believed that the remedial measures dlecidedl upon would be the most sat isfactory .and- the least expensive of all the' schemnes that had 'been, con uidered. Tie leadling engineors of the.world sonsldered. that wvhen the wo0rk, was cbmiilcted Btii;rlinjuck lam woulil last ';or 1000...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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PINAFORE GOWN [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 16 May 1940

PINAFORE GOWN : . Tile pinafale gownVI) in a new gulisel is hl(ICe sIoWn as 11o5 n WI y HIoI l 115o)1 starl, Anna Nagel. T'his (ICening finck is nf red iant II tiiti daolted Swiss, alii is suiitble torl (tinll cC iiiitl dctdi niKi Mllany yaSld' oF tin stiff inateiitl were uisedt in inalsitng tIe skirt,: whtic i hi galtlret Idi ut thie waist. rTiere iireiteiti nutflC in Itie flinaiitreibdidhcC of I thilte itntlel wit1h* red.

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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CAUGHT IN COMBINE Good Luck Saves Farmer [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 16 May 1940

CAUGHT ·INJ COMIBINE Good Luck Saves Farmer "(arr ied 300 yards under a comhi'ine In the teeth ofr which he had been caught, MIr. Sydney Davis, 36, famnner, of langoplah, sustained severe inter nal Injuries, several .factured .ribs;l anhd abriasions to the body. He wpe' dr~loingb a team of eight horses in the combine, ? wliich v'as followed by.;a: set 0l hatrrows. " One of the horses ibt a log oier the trace chain,:so 3ir. Davis left his seat anid was about'to adjust thel tr'ice wihen the horses inuioved: forward, knociing hils iidowai. J·u st iwhen tW hirroirs woulc hav e caught and.?nitgled hint, the leadidng horses sttuck afTence and-stoIlidd. Ir.: Davis's, father witniessed t?e: e bolt hiand sei'i an~deinipl oyee Eo elease hii; son, whose troiiserS- 'iere rilpped td fthreads.: Waggai Aunitilanice. toolk tihe: iijulted iman into Ranron lrivate hospl l, '.

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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To Feel Well, We Must Look Well, Is Still True To-day Novel Dinner Dresses: Wool To The Fore : New "Evening Sweaters;" Still A New Colour [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 16 May 1940

Toel Well, We Must Look Well, ls Still True lo-day? Novel Dinner Dresses: Wool To The Fore: New "Evening Sweaters;" Still A New Colour i~ ~ ' '·;:: ::.. :" .. S{ .. By Evef S. ".i Eashion goes on in spite of war and strikes, and it is a:. ..;relief to our troubles to visit an occasional dress parade and :note :that women are retaining an interest in rnice clothes in the teethof ouir black-out. In one colectiio s'ihown last week the choice was charming' and surn. prisingly. wide ....There .were. many coloured wodl coats. oer silk dresses, many. woollen. drdsses with 'thhe' li, evitabl'd ininressed pleats of the seq son, gvbrn l ,gti a ittle.i acket?s fur edged or l' w :;!velet :with n:uchedi borlders; tlihere, wv?re: tailored iredifi gotesivkith hacek fulflnesis iii theskl seciion:irll of Which'f .are! the- things any woman wuiold wa?t-t. S.Blouses Fr ?Dinner Blt as well a s diini er? dI ieses ilth. bosom di'apiereo idanl long slim -skir lines, which .we are ised l.to seeing, there w...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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CARNIVAL TO GO ON Next Week's Patriotic Effort [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 16 May 1940

CARNIVAL TO GO ON Next Week's: Patriotic Effort 'l'l' s.tret ItIn r ivi ai 0l of n -V iii' F 140"1 Will 1be idh, light4 0or io0flights. 'rliit :was theldeci- -( 'siidif :r "tlie'oiilnfittee ..last- ni)ghlt SIt twasasi't decidedliohol l it onlg t 04, idi4(i i iii ~'saltu r0dyl n of. nextl scwk sutidt of 'rlii'sdan- and •R ,rida? "as "reviio'?l isl !proposed.. ar. J .F. 1Loy d occupied the ' rho i ofreicc ".to'lihts li conniee i ithrio w , 'b' t h e- c dasil:v al r iw .:, :llu-. ion to IlossiilO lilhting restrictions tas a resuilt of th col strike. ]3rariers, lierosene lamps Lodl lani-. ternis werie :po.leni of ,as;lbeing likely to ma1li( the carnival moroettractl:ive by giving a??:.n atmospheore orf ndvelty to it.'. ".'r ::( :? .',-: VOLUN ! tPAIl?H ??FOITI'S . The Goulburn and Di tHlt i Soldiers Olub, wro,ie t:iesecretary ,y . Mr. A Mc Gregor, had :itatodi a scheme of vol uintary 'conltrlbtii)qss :of 'Gd a weel. Up to da te 23 pnioibeis had gonltri buteid,laid the .sch'emde wiil be ...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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TABLE TOP (Copyright.) NEWSPAPER FEATURES LTD. PUBLISHED BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 16 May 1940

TABLE TOPE By Eden Phillpotts S(Copyright.) NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED BY FEATURES LTD. . ,SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT At this time, ,and before ali/went below; there came a visitor to the ship and from the murk abhove ap peared one of the Island ; it ds. Iit wheeled silently )above, them .upon great lemnen-coloured :wings ,. then planed down, alighted upoln 'deck, arid fell exhausted. Forgetting everything but the creiatue's Ineed, Jane ' p proached -andl/ strove 'to save it. Ih was u as big as a' swan with, 'yellow plumage .bright :as gold uponl the breast and 'fading to lemons. over the :spai of the wihigs A c.rest'- pl. cilinson" feathers sat like':a; little. cirownn upon Its hed'e, andnll round its throiat there :rani L baihd of orange.. Jane thakedt. t' i Ind'thle bird show d 0ll no fearI' bt' it wvas foul ..with. bliack ldust aid .itoo .exhauslted to move "It attempted' once: to tlakle wing and'l openedl its: great pinions. then it fell :bhck, uttered obne faiit cry and died.i Tlhe girll a:...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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TROTTING INQUIRY Progress Report Is Furnished [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 16 May 1940

TROTTING , INQUIRY Progress Report S;. IS Furnished SYDNEY, Thursday: The I'arlia mcenltary. Select Committee on. tile doilndluct aid1 administratioln of trot ting, isn ? progres rerort; states th'at it ha9s not arrivld at ny: coniclsions ind t:-llerefore Is lititn ai ,oSitIon at't thi,-stage :to imaki abiy rycointomndm - tionls. ' This rpoiprt \asi'tashbd.li: In the Leg islativo Assemlh bly yesteirday hly: thoe dhairmanio of the coinmltteeO Mr. J.. I Lee. : , .',: - ".': o tilfablon placed bipfoie your comlmittee," thoe repoit added? ,shows flint I::n New, Sdlth Wiales lthere. are only14 tioiithg cluhs,(tiyo metro liolitan and !2 coustry )clis)' hold• ln layg it-Inme meethIns wlst there are 47: groe'hlound eluhs (twi wmetro-. ;pollati ??aiid 45 countiry club) ' lic? dinsed throuigli~hout thde State .;. "From the Chlief Si?reti.?ry's Do iartment a retiirnir wsteinderd ln ev delisee shiowinsg; thiat, fidom 1693 greyhoui d ~noieetings eld thrdughout Nev; Sotl.a es inr. 19 8'39 gross t...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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Opium Smoking Heavy Fine For Chinese [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 16 May 1940

Opium Smoking Heavy Fine For Chinese I'' BATHIURST: Thougli' he usu-. ally extenlds leniency toriged Chin ese charged with irossession of:. oi;ti. he does5 not treat them :leniently when they are shown to be a ssoci;ating :wiithi white i women said Mlr. V.. S. B3rombe;atl, ,in the B?lthuist Police Court. lie made tle liat comment :ilen:imn posingo penalties totirilling i£20- oni Chong Gee (h8). Evidenice hadn been given. that when .the police visited Gee's hut tliey found lopiumr raiil.:anr oplrln pipe iand also found wirite wonia in 1nthe hut. : Gee :ipleleded. gtillty thi.oughair n l:i torpreter to havni: in hisr posses lon (1) ari opium Dile; (2) a: ilantlcy oi: oprirm. Mr. Jolin Wilson appearerd for de, tendritnt S.Detective Sergertint A. M..Well: s tidr that aliort :720'i . p.ni.' he irtl Con stable Glasby wen't tboi' deferidalint's :hut :ini Molrrlissett : Street. "Th"ey sisa' deferidalnit in be Iwil:th it' wh'tewuomita'uir O:in0 the obbx beside the bedr'. 's :nt upiii:r' pie,...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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"A TIME FOR OPTIMISM" [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 16 May 1940

"A TIME FOR +, Oi:: : PTIMISM" ;'done of us hat bdeeo pleased by; the wa??l: news,' aid .ithe president: orf:thl?Rotary"Chib, ;Mr., P. W. San-! diiil; at a:liieetlzig of that club last nigh~t,; · ·t···:·~ : i 'But there is' one bling wre must do. WVe mlnlst go about our Jblbs with a? optimlstid effliclency We inhst not be l'peslistic;:; Cheerfuliiess is going to~play a very great part in this -h Tho are iiis:- ere ,saritily ap

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 16 May 1940

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GAVE A HEIL AT MEETING But Was Compelled To Withdraw [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 16 May 1940

GAVE A HEIL AT MEETING But Was Compelled To Withdraw LITHGO\V, Thursday: Mr'. . J. Ecklord riised his hi(nd aind said ;'Hell" aftera reLai.irk by .the prosi :blit, M r. d C- I.: Edinboroughl,< at:la .ileetinig' of' the Lithgow. branch of the A.I.P. ' ; '.r. J.' Stool m0oved that in tiitloo'y Sbe roequired t"o irecaled .(l hat sli'li'r' ; relnarks?hadl been miade at a previous m.;ileting; and a;dSd that it had brought thib branch in.to disrepute. The matter had en;, venii:been inentioned In the *Leglslantlve Assembly. :..Mr. Eckford. said that he'hadl made 't he reinark as 'a, protest because the Pliresident hadi di lfferentiated between i imemtbeir .of the .execultive and an 'olther .membdre regardling the time al : loewed fore speeches. If his action nas :offernsiveo to Mr. Steel. hl would, in .a .eselsei aiologise : Several more members snigned, the l ledge ' of loyalty to tihe official :A.L.P., but there is still a small faction which refuses to do so. ,

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800 Men A Day Wanted For The A.I.F. [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 16 May 1940

800 Men A Day Wanted For The A.I.F. I.:SYDNEY, ThIursday: It is'pro)osed toi bcrui lt meln for -the A.I.F. at the itrate 0 o80~i diy?, in New. South Wales :its5 a 'result of theo situation in Europe. ini-: ti.he:24 hodi?s ended at nioon yes te:.:irday t!ieleo w'ver .&44 applications for einlistmont nt dithis State. Tho:e war Ti, has seenieol so far away, isand slow' in gainiligimomentum, that .:licople hereo have come to accept it :a.i something: wvhich. concerns them o.ly. mP detel odtly ,ld~ inhdirectly,' an ::official statement: from Eastern Corm s.:antl Headquairters said. yesterday. .:''The very gravity of the situation in westeril Europe demiands 'that imme-. dilte action. be takeli t.o meet :it. - "lRecruiting :has: become a. matter of urgenlrt .necessity. The ipresenlt staff, (esigned for- :lihandling 400 troops :dai y, is boing augmented to deal with at least double that number." .Officers are visiting militia camps1 anlid arranging for the proliniinary miedical exa...

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NAZI TROOPS ON GUARD [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 16 May 1940

NAZI TROOPS ON GUARD This picture, taken on the outskirts of Oslo, shows German troops on the bridge of Nypefoss, blown up during skirm ishing and hastily repaired.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 16 May 1940

MONEY AT rsNOE "r IH O' N; P '"'A T' D 'oNCE A FRIEN LY SERVICE , over.soe r ments, de nit 1ye easlsjt y1 can ob taini: I/ /ti? arrepay by , tlr-o - £ 10, 5/: , 5? ; 7/6; £25, 7/6. Loans on furniture, pianos, sewing machines, etc., without possession. No delsn .trict.prT1Vicy. / T .III V MON D)PIETE .S A. B nk Charmbers h:r ldontoaua and Auburn Stree? Telephone, Goulburn 485 B UNG ONIA Buy your copy of the GOULBURN EVENING POST from F, BROADHEAD COAT BARGAINS for 10 DAYS ONL-#Y (): NEW SEASONI'S FASHIONS AT SPECIALLY REDUC1ED PICES ·PRICES i IHere's your chance to benefit by our early buying-but these prices are for TEN DAYS ONLY. All these Current Autumn-Winter Fashions wre bought at Pre-war prices and show still another sa ng during the next ten days. Secure :your. new coat; frock or cardigan N W when prices are most favourable and you have the oice of a most extensive range. FOUR BEST SELLERS Featuring' the most importont 19 0 styles Smart, slim-fitting. Top Coats- A range of Coa...

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UNSETTLED WITH RAIN SPREADING [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 16 May 1940

UNSETTLED WITFIH : :::: RAIN SPREADING FORtECASi\s:' B3ccoming niorsme : or less cloudly :aind'unsettled with i rInj spretading from. the southernl inlan(d a.reals; thunder storms later In the noitlh; mid day with north-enst to north-west winds; cool change from the west; patches of night ;and niorn ing mist and fog in eastern arc?ls; isolatced frosts on the high IllDS.

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The Sailor Who Talked Too Much [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 16 May 1940

The Sailor Who Talked Too Much .LONDON: ' Here is a striking ex almlple. of the manitr Ill which care less talkli discleses valuable informa Ltoin Itivwas dlisclosed ,by the DIlrec tor of.,Intelligene: :: . Asailoi: witli linidaged irm: wais travellhig .fa:dm PortsmouLth. He vwa telling aco:mIitinioi in the traln thait hhe reeeived :tlre ;iljuiry' ana" gil mounting) A tlihiid pers?. in thie carriagseoagiliri t tth tyi:e jof gailli anil l:arginimeint about the size :ie` ?l ltructure of gun: mountlig ini cdr-: lain classes of shiips followed , A foaurllh, iiassenlger Iwihb geporltedl the conllversnatoilo' tao officials, said: "I lealnedl wih~t dlioLt Ithe siilor camue froml,; thenanime of 'liis shi, thi size of its'guns, mand other informa: .tiolio lualiletLo ,lm enemY .y", ' . 4"/.

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Swiss Next? Tension In The South [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 16 May 1940

Swiss 'et Next? Tension in The 5outh LONDON, We?tlnesdv: Observ e.s tlo-niglit were. anxlously ex iniingi ig vairious il(lnicatios t' increasiig delicacy~ in the Medi terranieafn situ~itioid ,and'- also in-: : cidelits'? nd other evidence point-: . ;ing to the r'aniger" ofan .involve-c :nient of' lie'Swiss in the. w.ir. ' The IttiIanu authorities, Dplus ~our il ng: ;iiinl datmlllened, tile demonstra " tio?s agailnst the Allies.. Students, ,:however,igathered ini the squalre out i:side:.Mussolinlis' balcony, but Mus solini did- not apDear., T lThe1. 1olice lispersed, the demon strailitors, Sim'illtaneously inew anu Ally posters ailpealred" il alian auth ;. oritative ::irqonounceinents. did not :1; lgliten, the gloolni. :i'e leilnwhl ile the ,gptiails, accord n."lg.ito tlhe Londol Timeis corresploni e-nt .nat' Cairo.,,are feeliigi tihat the ii; linger of ;in taiclk is iii'nimlnent, but the Italian colonyII is. reported to ii: hlive idvlsed inatilols to c1rr11 on. !.:Istaiibul ilespitc...

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FAT STOCK Firm Markets Rule WEEKLY SALES [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 16 May 1940

5 FAT: ISTOCK Firm Markets Rule : WEEKLY SALES - .lthough tile totl submission , was .again :.well below normal :requirements,; the niiumber of ;' sheep iani'd cattle' penned at 'he :iunicipil . saleyards y..esterday : wheni the Goulburn wcekly 'at *.'stock i'ales.'.we're continued was : :5h on'e ofrth'elargest offeringis'for somie iionths past.-. ., . -: pproximately 60 "sheep, mainly. wethers ::with a' sprinkliig *of young criosSbreds and. lambs, 'iwvere forward aRd .wei e eagerly sought by dutside :opeiatlie's as 'well as local:butcheri As, ai :result, conpetitltini shbwed.:a strouiger tone tha?i wiasthe case lasi .week and the m ai.ketruled":firms al late:irates. ,: .:QUOTATIONS AND SALES *. SMerino ewes (stores) 9/4 to ;9/6, wethers 17/ to .25/4; *.crossbred wethers 19/2 to 24/5; ',linbs 17/6 to 19'/; Corribdalo :.wethers 1S'7 :to'22/10.. .Acct. W. VH. .Vlieatley: 24 xbd w, 2ths, 24/5; 15 m , p)rime, 'heavy, 25/4; 30 m w, 24/,2, 30 do., 24/2; 30 do.,''23/; 27 xbd lms, ,19/1.:: ...

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JAPANESE STORY IS DENIED [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 16 May 1940

APANESE STORY ;:: IS DENIED I'! PNDON Wei,'osdy' A Jpan .?o stattmnen ttht i fllis !itroops ,are l:'i 'n?Ung iin the Dutcli Est lilndies :lin' c?Viil'in dclbthes isd deliecd by the lri tr " i. ovne on hoven arnt tht ro :'sTe ?- p edal u?,nfolles eict -l sted " o e ' "'. coralili atiin of, Lice ovezic~sen isteiligence, " i biishodl: in Lit,: isoso s oinl .c:i ilichreliin Xl o irls rth'iitlod .Ne Zc"?afincii •,. ar resci'\.ed , , . , . • + .:,, ,Stueh orfLice cc.Icor'nes inc tLds tonisu. 50 nis soicei h dlt. acipiccrcnuclis "Treh Tunes" 05' adic sent to thls'-icaccer'iy occeicil per miSsion It ishud ll e ii:underotoodiL.; ith ccy ociniocic gives crnoi ti chosetl 6f.rle Tisco" unless reooly Booted to be so, Sllc i• •ltl l~s i II hIO

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THE EMPIRE 'Destry Rides Again' To-Morrow [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 16 May 1940

THE EMPIRE 'Destry Rides Again' To-Morr-ow . . If you'd like to kniot ho.iIt .lfeels to speind(.l a few ldays 'igllt-I inlg tooLthi-and-nill 'wilit MIailei It1ctrich, you' can find cut frIiilou Ula Merkel. :Miss .Mecikeli :wie through that unusia experibndice'; for c hlighlight sceli int Uni versal's "Dl)estry RIicles A in'.:: coming to the Epithic 2'heitr, to-mtorrow. ,.:.'; It required ,almdost a wek :ociffi cult and dlangorouis;wor? n he li:art of both stars' ti:flimoth'e scei,e wh!chl finds themorinpllinc? hal? cl i?,lg faces, fallilig off tablei: oilllig oli tho floor aind finialld?beih , diretichedi-bl buckets?of :.?atel? poured oii 'theni m by Ja mesu Stewarit vwho. costaiirs wvith Miss Dietrlch i. i the. 'dlif i wiesteti. ' · Both actresses suffered cuits atiad brulses;. Stew.rt isuffeiedafbllacdi e,, wheit ad.chiai eg htt hhhilt H ss Merkol remarliel; afterwiart v thi t;a:lis ill; the, pictures shehas iladoii ntnill the" Broadway ; slays:hie ;inwhli sh' hahii stairred iid j...

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