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Moonee Valley [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 6 May 1940
': lilda" Trial Hurdle Race; 2m It. ---Manillius- 1,; SI uslin 2, Fight ing .Cock l3 ?Bettitng 2 lnManmillius, 5- iightilt Cock;, 9-2 Nanwabztdn, 8 .,Dolphin, 20 S luslio Tavo lengths, t tli'iteo -I l;a'd .half lengths. Timeo; 3. 50 Warro Halndic t -Met1tin t, MIchli To S?y2 B,'lflaickl, Legend 3. BtDcting:7:'2 Muchi-To Say, Mol Ling, G:6' -ise Start bioirder S. llalck Legend; 12 20; otiers Half head, legtli Tlile : 14 " . fBulla iTrial .Handicap, ff.-First Divisone:. Scarlet Tol 1, 'Pidylus 2. .anurie.e 3. 3i3ettnlig" 7-1' FIdylus, -, 1anureni? Sareet Tot, 7 Parllta, t-: iei2s:;- Half:i leingth, four eitgns Tino .112" . lesryTtiuloi '1 'Rlhyninster2 2 tintarl 2++;3. ? g: feit '2 Ithyln tei:, '4. '.lmiri :.9-2ti- uinily; H y- li Ii ; '::, rialtlelo;' Cracestetllb,12 HeIo'ry-Tttidor,'16 Iash gir: Fouirteiigtlit S two leigtis. T llle, .7'Glen gh% ioap,. 1 .1 m 7r" :chits;; l , r.ilcri,; 2 lBarnimoiitrc3'i ottn j?I Biraietricl ., .1 Banksh"a, fla ~Olenrlll, 3: :ting st'r" N-ck, yS .. ....
BRISBANE RACES St. Leger To Katanga [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 6 May 1940
BRISBANE. RACES :: ? Leger' To Katanga Sta!iting .favourite for thelrdiad birolie Handleapc the prisnc pal sprint race. h.Quetieel'sioel Tort Club's meeting. whichl oplened o Saturday, Mr.I; E.y. Watt' filly Wairoka, train. led >:lyG.- Price at: Randwitek; failed to gaitin a? place.: WVaieoka led for t'lhe' greater lart tf the six furlongs, but tired t tow?lrds the finish and ftiisliei si? h The 'unning. df, Spearv ale in the St. Logcr .was dlssappointing to the colts rilder ?3. MlcCarten, and the triner "WA'?An.. Tucker, said that he could not acconrunt for the failure, Spetivale"con'tinueus to head the mar. 'let forl the DBrisb l ie Clup to be ren to-day. In loe.ew of lMcCarten's ?:. !pressed iisappolintniegnt ,,( and asta. neent by...?Muiiro, rider, of the win ner I,Katanga, that :'he beat Spear vale, 'without effort;, Feminist has firmed ,to lie: eqlual' favourite for the race .vith Spearv?le. Results bf the principal races run at the, meettihg .were: King's r'late, 1:;m.- Mi...
NEARLY A LYNCHING Scenes After U.S.A. Murder [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 7 May 1940
NEARLY A LYNCHING Scenes After U.S.A. Murder SHere .is' a stiiby from A\merQ1ica i wvhici did ll ot get in tile cablest:: SOn h'is fiirn a mile outside, of Stockton, MlMd., elderly. Farieri Har vey;, Pilchard .raisedt strawiberries, plott'oes'ii friiitf i H wI-Ie::as; successful: aind-:w eil't-(d od. 'One night laSt Week,· says: the -A'iericanii excliunge, he and Mrs; -Pitlchaiad,. sat: listengiri'.to .the radii:.SomSosneose kInocked :on'; the; door6i:. Mr: i: Pil clarid *shuffled .-over,t opened; it.~ 1 Frojln the darlknfess out side iti sihoitguit blastedl into his face, llli~d:i'tli. altiiost instan tly. i Threo negioe i:d'ithd :in' demandetd' Annie :Pilclihard'si' money. :..i She gave: themu tiei;lioidletook. turnedi ndi ran .up Mthirtt.-.; With .cool 'biutality one to.f tthe ttngroes shlot: her in the: back; Evenii so, shie n inngetld to' stigget iup, to lthe httic; cr-l~)oed oit tofa win ldow to t..'he. steepl. roof:- ': Their .'she cl ing :while hei:hlitlsbatinds- tmurderers ...
WOOL AND WAR NEEDS Australian Sheep Totals [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 7 May 1940
WOOL AND WAR NEEDS Australian SSheep Totals Winchcombe,: Cai'son, Ltd., report: As fn ars ,:the .wearhing ,capacity of wool is, concerned, it is: definitely securing a goodciadveitiseinent out of the war ''' iFabrics madle fronit:'it f e a consid-: erdec so essential. to the . Biltish' fight. ing, forces thuit their diieeds' have first call: onithe isupplies alvailable in the: United Kinbdom,' and, efforts are be; hilg tnade to bulild lip stocks t.o ldefin. itely ~ensure raw mnuiterial:: for that puipose.- The troops, are liot being alloved: to, risjc lieth and ii conifolt in iipparel containing Substitutes. .Expo rt business line second: ie-. ferencei Tihe iiome civiliai- trade is' for the time being rationed, 1anl1 that is regrettable as :i t is encouraging the' blendling of airtificial fibres witth the sheep's staple; The Enmpire's i pira moii nilecessity, liowever; is to will the. war. Ev]ery possible stepl'is be ing -takei lnot onlyv ti provide for the present, but also thei fl...
Gunning Club's Shoot [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 7 May 1940
Gurimnig Club sShoot-. GUNNING ic: i'ieho Ri fle Clb ' shootii at 3100 yahd lio Suniy.r li iestd ite i will for J. J: Lyncihi iviho sedtii o both the .Coclio'=tli-W Ill:h l id t.iij?'I'I l ii;.' scoires i?ý:drni a, 3ei 1,n , ll! ii(4 );G30; N He'isli? 3'l0 (9). St ? ' I ).ynl;h, 38 ll'(580 A.:Simith :42 ii (Is)·so V: Wili; g 2 21(18) hIA. (18)d.; S37' (4) 71; N Tonilill 29132 '102 171.
ROAD SAFETY Rules Must Be Heeded, Says Magistrate [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 7 May 1940
ROAD SAFETY Rules Must Be Heeded, Says Magistrate : "Ylu nmst keep your lights on at night time for thie safety of yourself alidvthe' safety of, othors" 'enarklted Mr.,.M. .J. Ryan, P. M., to Richai'd John Coggail, of Cole Street, at the Gotilburn Police Court yesterday, W'hen Coggan was charged with not: having the prescribed headlights on a cai. he was driving in Auburn Street on April 7. Constable Chapman told the P.M. that at about 9.35 on the night In question. Coggan was driving a chti In Auburn Street and only the park ing lights of the vehicle Were switch-. ed on. When an explanation was sought, Coggan told him that his battery was "pretty flat" and he did liot: want to use his headlights. Coggan was fined £ 1. ,with 8/ dbstsli ndtl Was allowed throe. ot'ks In Which to' pay the flione. :
PARIS SCENE THIS YEAR [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 7 May 1940
PARIS SCENE THIS YEAR Paris scene,. 1940, the tailored suit of Provence-blue wool sheer is worn with a blouse of "soldat" blue and white spotted silk, matching the lining of the short coat: The inverted pocket on the coat is a quaint touch by the designer, Rosevi enne. Simplicity is the note'in legionnaire blue felt'hat.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 7 May 1940
It lets women row old aceful. oy Th famous Creme Char iosan fis passi nately loved by hsts of wo rn who.ro ."'not so..yotueg'. be cans it is keoping the. swe't warm tone of youth in their skin, ds(lite the lassing years, and they a.re thus alwgys. looking years and years yoau ?er than they really are, and arle gracdfully sheddling the passing yeatrs fromjtheir looks.: Oh it's a clever, cloeer cam is ChartOSsan. - Sojif you want to have a d kee your skin clear, fresh, young looking and lpretty and to look years .unger, start- straigllt away. with Cree Chlrrsosnl, as . so, many. women around you have do(le.: Thqre's no point .in ooke older t.hal you possibly need. Looking young as -you ca addsa zest t life. It's. rathor amnaing, foo, the l ner in, which Cla'rmosauil . hol01 yll' powde for hours.:"'I Crem I Charmnosan Greas less. Big jars foi' your dressin table 32/6. linldJ)i tubes 1/. Sold everywhere by cliemists, ldrapers stud stores. | m |,.m ? --~~ ? m.,:r,?- r Do you love your ha...
SISTER NORMAN High Tribute To Her Work [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 7 May 1940
SISTER NORMAN High Tribute: To Her Work Mrs. Simon, Bourke Street, was hostess to about 30 guests on Satur day afternoon, ewho werle invited to her hrome to bid farewell to Sister Normnin, of the Health? Centre, who has been transferred to Syidney, anid to wish !!er luck and harlliness .in her new pentrle, i.Mrs. S. Lavers liresented Sister Normran, . on behalf . of all , present, with a fountnqin lien,: and "expressed their regret (t. losing such a good friendn, and the.. appreciation, of :the mqth?ers attending the Health Centre for the good advice ,andl 1help Ilhe so ireadily.gav.e. :Mrs,. Dart. sulpolrted - Mlrs. Lavers, anid said tihe Country' Women's Asso ciation would be losing one of its best friends whenl she left Goulburn. Conm petitions .and musical items, and ir delightful afternoon tea, made the' afternoon a most enjoyable one.
Kenmore Dance EFFORT TO AID ORPHANS [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 7 May 1940
Kenmore Dance EFFORT TO AID ORPHANS A good crowd gathered at the :Keoniore'o.. Village .lail last Thluisday evening, the occasion, being a social and dance in aid of the funds of the St. Joseph's Orphainage. .In addi:tiin .to: joyiing pleasapl dl Incing, to the staiits o.i , popular tges ,llayeil. by' a highi class Goul biurn,: orchestia, the audience were ente?taiiied with sevelral liistrumnental ond voaeil iteos. Tro of the artistes demonstirated -verlsatillty by playinig ,wo instr:inuents seplirately in ineri torlfous. fash?io. '?r. Jack Storrier ;veialeii'an expert. knowledge of l1oth .piaDnoi mand , piano accordeon, w'hiloe M"r. Ci' Scott played' the banjo and., piano. with eoqual, cleverness. Mis .CamilbellI who: has. a rich contralto voice, riedered "One Day Wheniid We Vere Younig.' 'Later Mrs. Sadler and Mr: Scott played "Mirgie" ts'h apiano duel and foel two encores piai:ed two popu l-ir iuibers, ."W\his pering" 'and "Somebody Stole Min , Gal." All, the artistes.v were acco...
Soft Frocks Have A New Charm All Their Own Do You Know Tobacco Pink? Corselet Frocks For The Slim:Vogue Of Velvet [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 7 May 1940
_Sft Frocks Have A New Charm All Their Ow - Do You Know Tobacco Pink? Corselet Frocks For The Slim : Vogue Of Velvet o By "EVE" ;Some of" the: prettiest' woollen frocks and coats have iaistlines of soft fabric in contrast ing colour and to tone a bunchy chic bow which is a dress signature of the season. Deep, squir'e .neck-lines, high al^ the Iback, .ie';ili fav oui with short, draped, :'sleeves- l-bows'n" on :shoulder line,' for 'eveniingi with fli l skirts below ""the slglitly (dropped ivaist-. liles; Tobacco' piiik 'is a new tone, o.r perha'?S ai 01'ol' tonie' with- a .new name; aiil'd"lbtud "bluc , blithe and henina arce tIlice titles for stocking shades -lhi f'irst is' a greyish tone, and .the'.otlierss'e arc inore or loss sBtt Short, full ikirts, with?i scalloped hem-lines,' are '-eeon .on atfternobn frocks.-' Tlie'ski's ?are .:at. least 17. inches off t.lihe giotida;and it is con sidered quite: sniar't to just cover the. knees if 'brevity iappeals. h .The scal lops are abo.ut...
TABLE TOP NEWSPAPER FEATURES LTD. PUBLISHED BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 7 May 1940
By Eden Phillpotts (Copyright.) NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED BY FEATURES LTD. SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT Felice had the .bag .:in which he carried (his photographlicapparatnp ready; but no camera or tripod filled It. He. was only carrying a strong spade oashore in the baig, and his plani was :to row himself to the land Inl' the ship's -"dinghy .befoire dawil, raid the cache and get back with tho spoil bLefoie his frielids weree waking. The watch . would loiver' the boat from the davitts and ship, it_ again when : lie returned. -He' wolld then' iiinib tan early excurslon tobthe shbroi anid conceal' the 'truth. Towards three of the' morning 'io rose;' dressed - aiid Imade', the neces sary preparations. Then that htji pened 'to 'confoun'l!'him: . Pardo who'. not the only ivakeful i' ni aboard that night alid, just as he'vwas about to go on deck,. hi heard sounds, found that Costa :was getting, lis anchor;, and th:it the Iguasa would soon be under way. . An explanation' awaitedl him; and the captain,. ...
VOTING ON COAL STRIKE Queensland Men Go Back On Thursday [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 7 May 1940
Queensland Men Go Back On Thursday SYDNEY, Tuesday: *The motion to be submitted to the aggregate meetings in New South Wales to-day and to-morrow will ask for a continuation of the strike, and will' attempt to '. - i.'thir & itie blame for a decision not to .esume:work on 'the ..Commonwealth Government. The motion will declare; it is understood,, that the suggestions so atr lmiade by. the ,Government for a return, to work .and the refeience of .rievances to the Arbitiatlio ..Court are. not- of a niaiture .whiich .can- be accepted 'by the strikers. It.,is believed that the motion., will instrucd tile combined: ulio'n .leaders to proceed ciwith 'attempts to efinid' machinery wliloh vwH'llsettle the: dis: uite. oh terms: considered honourable' to tle 'eminviewoikers. ; . - The ..secretary of ,the 'New Soutli Wales. consbined colliery proirletois' AIr, C. FRi,'Mallett, said: last ?night t-hat .if:. tihe aggregate meetings de :ided.l to resume work there -woild, be nio victimisat...
SENT FOR TRIAL [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 7 May 1940
SENT FOR TRIAL In the Children's Court at Goulburn yesterday. al elderly local .resideint pleaded not ",'uilty to 'a criminal charge ,.:. As is euaal in. such issues,,.the mat tel was henard ill camei'a; and, at tlie close 6f the' police- case the deifendiant; it is' understood, was- commlitted 'for' trial at tlie Jine sittings of the Goul biun Quai tei' Sessions.
Broadcasting Programmes FOR TO-NIGHT 2FC [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 7 May 1940
Broadcasting Programmes . FOR TO-:NIGHT; S2FC '.': 6.15:-Dinner' Mlislec. 7.0:.News. . 7.ii: News Comnlmentary. 1.30: Soumething::In The Air. 7;5: T:The- Watchman.' S.0:. The Sydney. Orcihestra: 0.10:. N'tionoal.Tealta 0.30 'News.: 1000 ;Muslc.ol Fr'ance. 10300:. Canbernr Commentary. 1.0: 0' I.C.C Talk, 11.50: News .12. 0 Close . 0:' :0 Musical "Sa o, o. les:i 6: .0 a.rlct Rleports:.' .-,45:?' Sliortlngr. Seslon. +7.0: Dinner lsic. a .30: Tile After og.Dinner how, .Inecluallng..: Sertial Story of, Lon ilonll Ld.': S w:0: Coiimunity Singinag Con ,ce;t: ,,,.0: 0 'B' 1 ;C RI ecordlng.' i.30:: Sonati:: Reclttl:-:10e0:' Recorded ' Feature; STATION 2GN ,GOULBULRN, ;;...: . J i TO NIGHT :. 0:, 15:'-"Th :" Sloi Club'Cb Session. 'coo, duelted. 'y -'Auntlie. Lola." : 6.0: Dinner 'lMusic:.: ',t 15I:' "Yes;a What!" 7' :0: .13B.C ?,,; Neoýs.' i.10: -"Rit"' S.reen NewsC'.- ·;: 0:a t,1''luey.'' a 7.45: Famnoust Orgaansts.t ,S.0: M"r.' and .res. Ivery batody.":S:,1'. "Cosy; Corner." 3.30: "Per= son...
Two Charges Against Motor Cyclist [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 7 May 1940
!Two Charges Against Motor Cyclist For the fourtllhtilu ilhisfy'tr, * Noel tGodlhel, of, 42 Eleainor': Street, East Goullitirn, llphCasled atl the : Goulburloin ' Police Coi't 'Vesteriday, 'ilhen lhe fac&lt;d It chaluirges oft having eirl ellied a ,lnicgistd pI' ,f t r n' ?l ri e l is mIotor cycle. (C;- r Sege'iant Suitor-llJMsng ,cvide1Le on the first chlarlge s,'i ltiitt ait ibout 8.15 l iin.: n \ioichl? 'hi 1?? t mslivfl thei'e feiidanit sitting ,olni te liillidon :seat ofi: motor, ycle in 'Montagule Street The- cycle was beig, rlidden', by. juvienile ai;ed 16 aId .Godbe'ler, when iuestioiiti' s 'id: I ni t'iliig lthis chapl out. to, give liim-a trial-;: Constable' Bouorchier 'tlheii told th. court tht:at .l10' p.Oi:.on ;Marell 2M h lie saw Herbrt .IHenry.Ingramn, ,of'. 36 Cliinton Street, sittiing oi: ithe seat of defendiiant's'n motor ,ycle. "Inin?rail said tlihat hlie iid inot hav',ie a liceinis? iiiil Goblliei wheni :,iestioneid?dd he kiiewv his: conmpanlionl hIld ;a ...
MILKMAN IS FINED Only Offence In 20 Years [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 7 May 1940
MILKMAN IS FINED Only Offence In 20 Years Although the "analysis of :a milk siample showed ia deficicncy equiialent to 9.3 per cent. of aidded water, it whs made. clear during the hearing of a chalrgce agalinst a' local dairyman at"tli Goulburn Police Colurt yesterday .l .that there .was no suggestion thalt hlit tid t i:-tert "-int 'tie inilk. Delenda'nt in the issue was Joseph;, Creighton, of.- Addison St sret, t hvlo was charged by. Mr ':A.::: H. Currell, an inspector,; uinde the. Puire Foods Act, with ;having ?sold? adulteiated millk on or abount -arch '5'last. SMr. D... B..Fraser' of MeIsrs. John son and: Sendall ,ho li:appeared tfor the. prosecutii'onisaid^ that, a sample of defenida?lt s's iin hd been tak' on March -'lG6In the oxrdiiary course of events.': Tli?i sipli sh'umloed the eq uivaleit o' ; 9.3 `er .cent. addid water, hutf: as :i: isial Ii:"i ithese cases, the; prosedution 'made no asugr gestion thati'water ;:hadi betf ii'dded. Mr. Frnser also said thlit the defendiint...
THE POST Communism And Labour HANDS OFF RUSSIA (TO THE EDITOR.) [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 7 May 1940
THE POS SCommunism And Labour HANDS OFF RUSSIA (TO THE EDITOR.) Sir,-So. the Goulblurnt brainch :of the A.L.P. has' elected Mir..: A; E Matthews as its ;president pi?o rteni.: Trhis is the Mr 'Matthews .wlho, in ,the Post of: Alrit :ill : w i;ote s:: i porting the "Hands .:.Off.':-Rtissia" motion as being tlit , the bestiinei;ests of Australia. Then on` Apria 10 MIr Matthews in .the couise of .a fuither letter quoted. the q'sen?atlonal imotion in full and contiliued: "Tfat ist ,the resolution I defeid :and: will'. continue. to' do' so." Words, coild. scaicely. be more explicit anld more eniphatic in expressing :, , acceptance', ,of the motion n...'and determinationi to stand by. it. Yet, he .is not only a member or .tlhe A.L.P. whlich ihas exlpunged ,the niotion frotl, the 'con= ference minutes but,hIris beeii elected" president pro tem of :the ;Goulbmin branch of thati party. True, the idedsion. to: expunge thle motion Wv m'nade by the execiitive of. the N.S.W. brn'ch of tie A.L.P:...