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TENNIS NOTES BY "TOSS" Keen Play Marks Matches In Winter Competition EXCITING FINISHES [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 16 May 1940
TENNIS NOTES BY "TOSS" Keen Play Marks Matches In Winter Competition EXCITING FINISHES Some mistakes are sure to occur in any grading of tennis players and. teams, but the number of closely contested matches in the- winter mixed teams competition indicate · that the delegates have, on .thl occasion, made a particularly guod job oflit. Iast Satnrdlay no -fewer thlin 'fotur lathcs werel decided nil thle gamlls ntdot nlnny annOre s.one diinelitil dion hit. list sot Ilalycd. 'iTwo nlvltches, il Division 1l? were n mrked by very exciting flnislihes. Rail veniy i s l+oi'c at tile xpen se ·`of P.1, , ,y itlinni tile las set . -3 anti nuakiag tli sovre .I-35, to .1-33. For Ilaiis.ay' Ofodii lll miiid l.yC lenlistncedl their iLrenl .alot s io 1onpetltiol n air'lind tloo oi i iss f'iotni lereditl andi Cooxi. Mr's.' ii'oo and Miis. MIeredtli evenend 'tie nn'on'e. i?ill .Mereilitil contliilunieil tO ily , oviy cxxd tennis. and wOs sucessful in lOiil Irnli.edi sves. Ornoril, blosever, ahinled vi...
681st State Lottery BOTANY FIRST, WITH QUEANBEYAN THIRD Another Draw On Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 16 May 1940
681st State Lottery, BOTANY FIRST, WITH Q UEANBEYAN THIRD Another Draw On Tuesday SYDNEY, Thursday: First prize in the 681st State Lot tery, which was drawn this morning, went to the "Snow White" syndicate, Mrs. A. Johnson, 33 Edgehill Avenue, Botany. Second prize was won by thie "Seven Seekers" Syndicate, ;, " It. 11. BMacadam, 147 Castlerenalih Street, Sydney; third by th"." S"Close'Shave" Syndicate, II. H. Shepherd, 31 West ,AvenU'lli,'"' Qucanbceyl; and foutlh by thlic "T.J.V.," 'ydicnate, TIMcHiiglh, .:', New .amnbton. " Lottery No. 682 Will be dr(awn (lxt Tuesdiy' mornfign,: , ;" Following.'were the Ipriz - wvlnninfl numbers dr.iwn! :to d-la' 1st> Prize K£5000 6.. 405 2nd ':Prize, ·: £1000.- 6. 9 .- i5301 S3rd :Prize6, £'50 :."' . .-.:, 37849:: 4th, I lze: £3oo00 4800 182: : I210131 5'i:' l 312307 36224 :0218 6'0017.i690(44 ,q8114 05059 10' PRIZES £0 :180814 ; 827923137856 159195- 69620' 8122? 84372" 84732 ,94961 9(306 8 10 PRIZES' AT £40. 460 18611 30628 3415I1 3428558 647...
Strike Over Aggregate Meeting Next [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 16 May 1940
,Stri ke Over Aggregate Meeting Next SYDNEY, Thursday: It was announced at midnight last night that the coal strike had been set tled. Negotiations 'between the combined mining unions and Federal and State Ministers to this end reached a successful con clusion 'after a long conference. in the Premier's office. The Eederal . Attorney-General, Mr.i Hughes, and the Feileril Tress ureriM. 1i Snded, flew fiomi Can beroa yestei:day morning to take. part in 'the negotiations. They conferred i2i the atteinoon ,with, the Priemier aixid the Mlinistei for Mines, Mir. Vin cent. Last night le-deis of the mining unions insanirepiresentatives of tie Alistralssisn Council of T'riues Unions: left a unidit meeting foi- tuniknows destination:evi :C. It 'asar liste'lfound thitt they I-dil. Joined a colifersn ee;of I ederal and State '1inisters -t the Piremiei's of It wafslstated at the union mneetiing that manGia meetings wiould ii0ohahlly taike p1isce on the coalfields on Pr1 day. Since the Iendoisen ...
FATAL EXPLOSION [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 16 May 1940
' FATAL EXPLOSION L LLI OJI0URN .T., Thursday: Ono worlikmnvwas killed ald two injured .wlldn ?:" vauumcti ltanik exploded this mei hini?: ,att llit :soap a':,itd glycerine factory, of ,:J. ;'lKitchen oi'and Sons at Port Melbourne - Tho. ', licghn 'rntiezler :sttlct ? lhatlthedlefenl of Hollalnd .does tnot affecct Ilelglun. "The ,elgintls," Ito as ?, "have Cneverl' beiei defeated, anlt whll resist to "ltc de(heth."
GERMAN FILM "BAPTISM OF FIRE" [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 16 May 1940
GERMAN FILM"BAPTISM OF FIRE" Men, women and children scurry like ants from their Sburning homes in Warsaw, as Nazi bombers drop their cargo of death and Cer many boasts abbut it. This is.. a scene froim the Nazi film. "Baptism of Fire," in which the Germans show in graphic acndl horrible detail the 'aerial warfare orn Poland. The film was shown to prom inent Norwegians, in an en-~ deavour to demoralise them just before the invasion.
CANTERBURY Acceptors And Barrier Positions [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 16 May 1940
CANTERBURY Acceptors And Barrier Positions JUMPERS' FLAT RACE.-im 3f. (1.0) EL: L· lb (1 lb Iledonlic 11 2 Locksle.a . 9t S iEv irllo 0 n..!- -'. .Lighton' I. Lastnlo g 1 ' - " 2T reltsler .: Li ', NRSERN Di. os-iuo-Seo f.i t' Otllo "I ' 'Lo lroI'? 'iz e0 , SIt i, 7 e - i?Loyal ?llad F??' ".? l iFxorii.?.'. ,' . 7 "4 'NURSEPY"'HAN;~ DICAP Stf .All v-i.go 7 "t "l3 ,St Elio '. ,Ma]:rthtit" ":: 't-,iri7. r 'Cefbl idnLtao , n 7 I tick D'.'..-, Ladt"" Dublo'i B-N um i o' 5: 7?5i T iCosa L 4; .Vdlinnga" , 1- oilintsbl .: , .t7 ' 2 r",allso' 1.o0 o? ?edl * Btl'e''''i Bit lot ~iotldloot "'t' I tS " :M EMBE"RS' FLYINy iHAN D IC P.--6f. ejoI Oat B art n oyt a TRF, z Cd' - HA, ND9l"ToaCoP.- ', ';f. .' Ao g ( -: .l , ' ,rl1io1i . Larl . tc. t 7 i :'1 ,Radica' " ' ';,"liil:.8;.7:.M rry!. ll m-'7 " 'e'Ott oa" ' '" ,7: 10 V at'lognaIalF 17 or .m. . S God t .lo n . t't".: , 'Bro. . ',omil *.'it ao p'a· "II ' L:;lln o t ii,;: Calali alllo it 4V Dtultlltt. Ladi 1 2;'Co. nlts .:2t , C aitt urai MEMBER...
SELECTIONS BY "TRACKITE" [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 16 May 1940
S. E:LECTIONS: BY .ITRA;CKITE' u:.'.im'?res! "Flatt Race.- LAST ING 1, Everello 2, Si?r Leighton 3. 3 -NEDN Nursery ~Handicap ~WEDDING BELLE'1,ILeJong 2, Gold Rim 3. .Member~? Flying .Handicap.-* FORWARD' ,.Radical 2, Delis. 3. Tu', CIu Handicap.--BUZZAL 1. LordlVaVl nntir' 2, Bonny Loch .Progressive 'Stakess Handicap. 1, .!willIam' Pitt 2, Good IEarth 3. 1, Herarde 2, Good Morning 3. Progressive Stakes Handicap. Second Division: BENBURB 1, Winnipeg 2, Merton 3.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 16 May 1940
"THE _GI DNEW FO RIDE and w en you do you ;t'o Ce t e ft~eA azi'e fag~ Here are tw really fine cars incorlporating a hlost a exciting new features, pln a gratnd new ride that's a revelation, in iet con./ort S ? AND FO D OFFERS TIlE LOWEST PRICED 'ULL-SIZED S SEDAON ON 'HE AUSTRALIANM/IARKE T!i Gpt behind se new two-spoke steering wheel ant use the. new finger-tip gc r change on the steering column. '1 k Ford V-8 .::!/over the mo searching road surfaces- thcirc's mie than words i behind this I w Ford ride! R emember, t , thlat FordV-8 owners con - sistently rep t 22 to 28 m.p.g. No other car offers 'much roomly comJort, / S.luury end conomy at so low a price! ON. THE LE L! with "Fre-aclion" o oln a forr wheels, .o V-8 can mohre ovaer boulmps without throwing the b ' offl its cvn k tl and passeni ers ride level, eve though dirgonallU opposile ?l?hee.ls are affeceld (a illustratled). O VR 80 ro94 FORD MOTOR COMPANY OF AUSTRALIA PTY. LTD. IINC. IN VIC. F124.16V or de Maian e:outhern Mot...
SCHOOLBOYS' GOOD BOXING Annual Tournament At St.Patrick's Technical School THIRTY-NINE BOUTS [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 16 May 1940
SCHOOLBOYS' GOOD BOXING Annual Tournament At' St. Patrick's Technical School THIRTY-NINE BOUTS Spirited .cobtestd 'marked the annual 'boxing .tournament held by St.. Patirick's WTechnical School on Thursd|y evering .last. 'elire' .was, a rwell-filled i,;all and ,he oere tllnoked IF Ikee.' entll tt lhm" on ott i t" of thile yoobilthultf contestahtO. 1tlte1 l bout :wa of three one-nlinut * .,iia us • *ofrl(?lc.is. F'lbrleds. ".geCrieroisly' donatLd tuhe ,'puipel;t''.:whiiht ,hewiiv"''roved by .1 ladiis't com ltt'tee;'', ":';, . " '. i Mr. .I. JL. A l'uly, -Ai L;A. :dlonbr,..o 'th. 'Tully Ct p, inteilded.to l6. --lresen l ,bit' tt ots . tltvojdtl, ly ttetltittoeet..,-, :,, i t'olltowting- ' ;is "t ,:dee 'ri lpt n''.oft- ttile I,' "FlneIgan ' defeltedt. K. - 'Dotnnetl 'n ohe dof 'theobest ::contests of' tlhe.evening. very, tttot tlit', fotlo wintg Uthpt, and t ttmade' .Illictk rightt'to ; tlli'i body,. followed, 'Iy a ' oottd,.stalgltttleft.0. O tonnelt ttboxed.t vry ooterl. thitt 'Fllc...
PRE-WEDDING GIFT AT CROOKWELL [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 16 May 1940
:PRE-WEDDING GIFT AT CROOKWELL : CROOKWELL: Miiss *i. Bradley was the recipient of a presentaltion frrh meinbers ofi the Post Office stafr on Friday afternoon on the eve of her 'depaiture from. the office. She is to be married ::ii; th. near ::future. . In? making t:e:presentation of a casserole oni behalf of .the .staff, the actifngipostliiastier C Flrth, eulogised Miss ;Bradley's ,dcapa'bilities .as a tele plhoniste and, wished ;hei future hap piness' ?nd:'pr:osperiltey'. He. Was. sup portedbliy Miss.: M.Beriellihb: spoike on 'behalf' ofithe telephohistes. SIn .ibrief but chai'milifieply, Miss Bra]dley thanked thelmembers of thte staff.for their. presentation and good wishes. .
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 16 May 1940
ifots b ter than milk, MAlay " 0 ts all ::::::: :':: :: :: Children w o dislike milk looIk upon it as somethinlg uite differeilt wheln 'Ovhline' is added. Fo 'Ovalhihe' not only transforms milk into really delirious beverage, ut1i its special pr certils make the milk digestible and mouch i.noureoishidng. In '.ry way, 'Ovahiie' s ithe perfect food beverrage for children. I provides all the illlritive ele. Iens reqli red to build up pterfect healthl of body, brai anidl serves. For thl?.e r.aso.s, muake 'Ova usie' your lchildreu'u daily bever. age-tilere , nothing "just as good." , 1/9 -- 2/10- 5/.-uat Clhemiits anod Stores i. Zi~elicious OV .LTINE' or Ene gy and Robust WHealth 'A. WAN lrID.. 1 YOIK STREET NOIITIIt SYDNEY SN 1 " blteih to I"A CE IN WORDi?)E , .'D" broeidiuost l rout 2GN '?Ever' T'iittiay..,i U.AIU to U.l45 p.m, a. "l .o " , . . U'-.,?: MARE TRACKSB ".. . - .. .. - Fr. Inform lon and Bookind apply ?i' -cfc QUEENSL D GOVE MENT TOURTST BURE U 17 MARTIN PLACE, SYDNEY 303 C...
THE NEXT MOVE [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 16 May 1940
THE NEXT, MOVE A message came through this morning stating that the Swiss Ambassador in Rome had been insulted by Italian Fascists. Pro tests were made to.. the Italian police, and some surprise was expressed when the message was Igiven to the world that such an iinsult should occur. Was there any need for surprise? Should it not: have been rather a case of "I told you so?" Our own Min ister for External Affairs, Mr. McEwen, in the House of Repre eentatives last night, left the clear impression on the minds of mem bers that Mussolini would soon be. in on the side of Hitler. As we have pointed out long ago, and commentators are beginning elsewhere to recognise now, Mussolini must lose more than prestige if Britain and France win, for the behaviour of the Fas cist dictator has been that of one who has hated Britain ever since he 'came to pbwer. His hatred for Britain is greater than his hatred for France. When Germany made the pact with Russia, how ever, it was too much for Italy, und...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 16 May 1940
CI You rea t e tost at 20 fe ite This simple test is m ely to give a '?.o. you some idea whet~e or not you --- ig...... - are suffering from o particular form of eye-weakne s If you have dull headaclhe or aching eyes, feel drowsy, ui ble. to con-: : In ordr to ,e this test in an t it ordi room d his tis centratis it is -almos ertain that me" nt in front f you s'ilst stand- your sight is faul and you .' ing' 10 feet fr a mirro.. If you should conisult Gibb bn Beeman then read the tiers in the mirror they will be 20 cet fromil your eyes. immediately. xper~ t ye Service for your enefit Gibb &r Deen in will test your eyes with the finest opti al apparatus yet invented nd imake the exact glasses should you eed thet ' in their own op cal laboratories. Don't neglect your ey s on account of your finar ial.position. Consult us with regard t the method . f obtaining ur expert eye service and glasses for y rself or any meiember of ur family. Enjoy perfect vision ensur d by correct g'.'...
Unemployed State Organiser In Goulburn [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 16 May 1940
Unemployed State Organiser Inl Goulburn i ,· -. Relief workers and unemploy e(d in the district hiave been ad dressed durlnlg the last few days:: by Mr. F. ';Loveday. State o gan-" iser of the Unemployed and Re-: lief Worker's -Department of the:, N.S.W. Trailes andi Labour:,,= Councl Men wlho arc on .relief worli:k at I3ungendore, the Bungonia Roed silb station aridiYarra: Cuttlig jolbs' were addressed;:i' It :was found.- that' the Bungeidore camp was in .an excep tionallylcledii? condition; and .:.that complaints iregarding :zthd piilluted water had 'been*:.remiedied. ' . In the course d'f a street meetinig in'Goulburn, ?Mr. ::Loveday pointed ou.t that claims: by~ the unemployed for full-time vorl'k 'at 'uinionh rates .and reasonable, conditions wvould yha ive a chance of success :"if, supported' by the City Councll, ?business 'pedble and public, general~ly. He c'ontended dthat moneo , to prbvide' this -rshould '"be drawn from the Wages T"x: w hici: now passedl in .to 'Coiisolidat...
Bonfire Set Off Trick Played On Children [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 16 May 1940
Bonfire Set Off Trick Played On Children A .large llound of rubblisih, which children Ihald prepa'ed for a bonfire on vacant. landi off EFlesnere Street, was dceliber ately set on, fire last night: SThe "youngsters had spent, iiany hours nI': collecting 't big qualitity of unwanted odds and ends, which they iiitended gto .lnlit .on: Empire night; May ,24 . Ao:: blotit 11'15 last niight the File; Brigaddeir'eceived &acaall to the anllot men tsiituated ::at; the erear . of J.: W. Craigi: 'd Sii~s:A tibuurn Street premin ises;'? h re':;thie" bo0nfire was blazing' fierceljy. Spiark's were fjying~ifn all directions but the! firemen quickly put a hydrant ' into use and quelled. the flames.
KENSINGTON RACES Yesterday's Meeting [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 16 May 1940
KENSINGTON' RACES : Yesiterday's Meeting ii The :r'aeosfn'ls eiedlng:' .pprentice, J. .Thompson; indlentured to F. Dalton, was ing'ooi,"form'at Kenain'gtoi? yeq .tetlay, idingn lties metwliter King Pyi'rhus bi ih'felirst diviliont of titi Fiyl i W?lter : H tilliandicap ria'd:: After Six: who ."on' i the ,Keisington?ianrdli •'/Ithe teo rds d'ifor.the ;F~lyling ?Weltei Handicap: 'ai.s ,ieqoalled by ? jCing Pytrl·isI.:e hihs now:inrun'the6 5-3 in 1m 'r?~;wI lee o ieo reeodid w as estab llshed by ::tlihe brlllihnt.marei Delm'ettet in December.t 1937i iand. others :-who have enualled t::h: timtm re:.a Blickl Fern, Flrinr~, Cli t iba:,nd, obld Spet. E. McMenanmin h l i piloted a wi:wn: ,lig doniblde,: corlng ".'on ,Royb; l Ex.: chenge nndl Lady .Gay-. BItlo -Itorses are owned ,Iti(ranedb: . F 'T. Cish: IReesulte were: TJuvenile •7Haidithidcp, 5Sf. 4ROYAL EXCHANGE:' 1,; Caies 2,Wirttimh 3. Betting: 5-4 on Royal Exchange, 7-4 v Mar thous, 20 Ceres, 25 Wartime, 70-33 others. Three lengths, l...
GUNNING GOLF SEASON OPENS Delightful Autumn Weather Favours Annual Fixture T. N. POWELL IN FORM [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 16 May 1940
GUNNING GOLF , SEASON OPENS Deligtful Autumn Weather Favours Annual Fixture T. N. POWELL IN FORM GUNNING: There was a large attendance present for the opening or the golf season hrere last Snnday, when players came from Goulbuln(. Crookwell, Yass and other centres' to compete in the various events , TwIe courrsole \as in.'good order,' rati wavltrni aultinn sln m niled odn tlir :golfedrl" who apEll: I Hleastl HANy.,I.i.t P 1:Darenr Iporlt chie'vld distlotin O ll .by,.l.ollrig- ont .In. one rl thie flfth--ir diostlncl bofrl15 N; Potoel o ioll . lrn? who Iironl tl roc eVclrl:n, aLnd.ll so figbircd -Succresifullly,, In irhe: teamsr' raltcli. r. hlviig alne.xled-:dn0 Tonly MIr. Powei?i. gnerously. hllllanded ever .lire ollters to tile rtlulcrs-ulit l twIo oth r(-. 0 ev-nts ,..A; " 13;.i .Batl)u .) d , l(. Batep1,. uoor s tlcel ' G-lllllll'f •rrr ,orrforn ellT.u.;" : ,: i' 1V D?. R." , *Al. the -conclus on of lIay tile prcsltolnl oft eIre Gtrlirnihr Golf Cluli, i'; F. J:. lylrne, -dllrdse...
BOWLS NOTES BY "NOBIAS" Kenmore Club Retrieves Clock Trophy From Goulburn MURRAY CUP RINKS [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 16 May 1940
Bowls NOTES BY "NOBIAS" Kenmore Club Retrieves Clock Trophy From Goulburn MURRAY CUP RINKS Goulburn bowlers' first attempt. at holding on to their hard-won trophy of last'year, proved a conm plete washout, for the enemy simply annihilated them on all fronts saive one. Truiie it 'is' perihalns,, tihat the best men were t:ndt avallable fo?- Goulbiti'n; but the .:mannelt of the .:victoiy' wav soldecisivte that:I' believe the'invwulers wouldl. h?i e wonti ifi.le-anys cli'tum. stantes. :Ted fBlunes wendot'wlY To G;:.i.. y w\ent tdoit, th·e1i "Fittz". fieiled to leod in . witiler aildotnl Atisty .locko sitcededieul in anatehintn t anitiowt viio , sb n?tirow,.i nt fct,h. thlt :thie graihd tbthal' sthdwed" a deficlIt of. 23 . .' :- In :uctys hiink '.tlret'? iat D Dvitdil ,it,'hlti " ?h ?,lt s ' an ti;thtig b tt .'ot.'' : Followving caine '"P.J." wl"':o ol d? ciions astolthided thn' tnatives With" the :tasks lie .wssoll colt his .bboilss (not hlis-, o tdvn- lttillemis, .by thea wdgy). T-loen...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 17 May 1940
CHURCH NOTICES ST. SAVIOUR'S CATHEDRAL Sunday, 1911h MaIy, 1910 Trinity Sunday Cathedral: 8 a.m.,H.oly Commuliin;o. 10 a.m., Sunday School; '11 a.m., Sung Eucharist, preachor, Rev. John Baskin; 7.15 p.m. Evenisoing and ormon, t? eri, ,Gi$cl. an. 0 ,IS Gatlbui a in; holy' 010 7 iuii ont /nnt turn: t .7:15 pm flvcn song, rtacheir, Rev, Jolh?Biaslic hrist ihu ch, West Goul irn:ii.30 at? Holy Commuiilon .45 a.m' Sunday School;';11; a~ni. :Matints and Sermon, prceaci , Mr'., R. T Wyatt; 7.15. p.m.;i.Eveinsong .and Semonit, preadcher?,. "Rev -. E ST ANDREW'S PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 10 inS.:JSiyn Sd i1 it . . C lh~T S c vice 6.15 m .: F ell ttws II.". 7.15 : /C hulrchJrle Preachelr: REV. C. E. TURNBLL. BAPTIST CHURCH. "The Church With A MisSion" Saturday: 7.30' p.m., P" yer Meeting at Mr. Guymer's, oromaindel St. Sunday: , ?a.m., .CE.. 11 a.it M rnin Vorship? -"?) m. , Suitn da ;SciI 7115 p.m., Gospe Soe vice.j WVed esda : 8 p.m., P'aye.? and Bi e St dy. Thursday: 3 p.m., Ladies FeIllow ship; ...