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HOMEBUSH SALES [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 17 May 1940

HOMEBUSH; SALES ý+ONEY, Filda' ' There ':wero 13,600 sheep arid l:hiilms: penhed it Homebush yesterday.? Best' qaiality lines were 1/ dearer,: wrlth others unchanged. On :he hoof 'it they.-yards good to prime ewe muttoni. maile ''froiito to :9d per 1., wethlem jm3i"t 4t , hoggets 4?d to 45d lambiibs 56d to 6.id, suckers 6ld to.71'd,; Good to prime ewes, 0 to: 12 months' wool, made 19/ .to 23/ later shorn 15/ to '18/;:. good dto .pi'mcn wethers, 9 to 12 limonths ;`oo?;22/; to 29/,' later::shornl 1/ to :21/; lambs, hoggets andsucliers, 23/ to 30/. Tihere were 1768c d. Values were` flirminm Good' lto -primme vealers maiel 42/'to 50/ p hlimdrl pomunds,: steers' 4'0/' to 44 lHelefirs 36/ to. 41/, bllloclks .:-14/. to-; 40/, cows:32/ 'to 37/,. . .::_

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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GIFT OF £10,000 FOR WAR EFFORT [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 17 May 1940

GIFT OF: £10,000 FOR 'WAR 1EFFORT <SYDNEY, Fridl ay r:M -Mirtin:t ic Iliathi: -chaiiniinal of ,directo?s of Mc Ilrath's Pty, Ltd. iand'.a director ,of: the: i3hnk of New South ,Wales *re 'ceiiintly:; sent ,to'the '-Federtil ..'Treasuirer;. M1.i: Slieleii- ol ?:,behiifit of 'limsielf aind . Mis:;:. clhlritth, a cheque' fora £f10.000; t'vdiiis :Australia's 'ar , "ef itro

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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MARKET PRICES [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 17 May 1940

MARKET PRICES The Australian Wheat Board's quo tatlons for extortlwheat are unaltered to-day. Old bulk lots, are quoted at 4/, and bagged millers' parcels at 4/3 a bushel. Prices on Sussex Street to-daty were:-Potatoes, Tiismanian. £7/10/ to C11; eggs-new..laid 2/, case 1/I; butter. 161/2;-mnize: 41/9; cheese, 10,d to 1/2; honey;.4ld to 7d; onions, £10 to £14;.chaff-liheaten, 15/ In 5/9, oalen 4/60 to: 5/3,licerne 5/6 to 9/0; luy -lAt cert'(i /5% alioat -I/l .

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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BRAIDWOOD Shire Council Meeting [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 17 May 1940

BRAIDWOOD Shire Council Meeting B R A I. DW'O OD: Tallaganda Shire Council 'held a. meeting on . Tuesday, when all.. councillors were in attendance. Before com mencing business, the: president, Cr. J. Grigg, referred to" the demise -of three "councillorste Messrs. T. U. Alley, Peter Roberts and Andrew'Keys. The lrealdent relarkled that atil three had taken a keen interest in Local Government, matters "and 'had given excellent -service. I-Ie movedI that council .place on record( apprecla. tlion of their services 'ind that coun cil extedl heart1felt sympiathy .to. the •eslpetive relatives. T Ieto motion was carried in silence . • Thle -Local Governmeflit Depaitilitnt wrote ,a dvising. .that 'the statements t:of accountlt3 for ;tneyear endeYll Decemoer 31, 19:!11, had. been, lassedl by that ,de` par'tmlent but-were still subject to, the requiremenilts, if, any, of thle Govern ment Statisticta.ia. The latter ?ruote 'informinig coitcil that the accoutints were1 in ordei and lthat ,same -...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 17 May 1940

~1anmdiate ervi confidentjp4'tragic action, nio Jed pe.j Cdnspai e oue~re .paymleflts, cc Is w tdacla easier flicy are Yoa r y we Iv~ Yoa repay weekIt £10ý . . £20 .. 7/6 TILLI N:SJaW. lUONT I) '1T C.C. Moersgueaed Aubur Streets Telephosne, Goeabeca 485 HOTEL4'VSITNiEY Sinigle IIIIiIIms lIomk. 7 pe tdIIy Ijassiuloom f~hiI rom .... 11 ipe'(Ia'V lI~uiuulieuk It: w¶. (;, I ULI.I I 71Irenda was urh a wotrr" at breal,' fat. .'S'he wouldnlt eat a thiing. and Mimmrny didn't I/,no what to do. '/i tn .omee tolaid her ahqut Khllagg's Rice Inahles that go Snaip! Crackle! and Pop! when ytt ppor the milk ona. IlrJuttla ?.uldn't r si.?t tlhat Sna.fi (rodrnlrl/ and Pop. o/ ien/oggSi lic/ ' Ihblmes. "(h. MAumnm, I like thigf btrnlafalt. Pati Iltnendt sit, down happily to "t hig _owI al Kelofgg's Ilirce Iluhh .s icry mor ning. And they're doi t her / wotlrl ,of good!i Kel ,ig's Rice l ui les are ', . feat icry light and crunchiy they .i; ini ! Crackle! and lPopl;n sl o .n as y n pour the milk on ......

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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CHURCHES Services For Sunday ST. SAVIOUR'S [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 17 May 1940

CHURCHES Services For Sunday ST. SAVIOUR'S On q inilty Siuiulaiy the, Rev: D. A.:' Garnsey"will lreachini';St. Saviours Cathedral .at Evenson g at 7.15 p.m: Therew,111 illcatSting , Eucharist~at f:'1K.inf'i' ndthen preacher at this' sryico Aswil' b: thel- :Re ,John B aslin: -H.-oly Comminionl oirwillv'bed?lebratedlti Holy Coniiniunion vill libe cel ebrated at East' Goulbtirn.i.at i9.1'5' a.:ni> .The, Rev.. 'John Baskin will -siea'dh.it South" C'Go'ulburi .at 715 pnin. i Mafiyf28 the first Confirmniation Class will'rbheheldl It ?isdesired'that can didates for: Confirmatioli give 'noti fication to the clergy ,!as.seon 's possible. : :,he '.Young Anglican Study Group will meet at 7.4 5 p.m. inext'it Wedne clay Thle conimuility ~iiging concerit aid.l dlase -swill) be h.eltl.d on Tfesday night ato 8, o'clock:. OHI?RIST GHUIIOH, WEST .I (GOUIBURitN... `lNext Siu nday; 'Trinity Sunday., ts another of the:great festivals of the Church; we. think of the threefold activity, o God Glas ?Fat...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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GOULBURN'S HISTORY [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 17 May 1940

GOULBURN S HISTORY " Mr. Ransomno1 T. ^Wyatt who is coipiling a history o6. Goulburn,:, is lanxious Lbtgot inl touch vlih someonp who 'cani 'glvo, liinis first li ili ilifor mnttlonIreg airdilngisWalteritG. IIonder son, author ,:or '5slih Bred"l and '"lidnilil.t'slDaughtedl..": ' .

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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CANTERBURY Acceptors And Barrier Positions JUMPERS' FLAT RACE.—1m 3f. (1.0) [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 17 May 1940

CANTERBURY Acceptors And Barrier Positions JUMPERS' FLAT RACE-im 3f. S - " :.''(1.0):. :.,f?:?. ? : 2," Iledotilo. .. 11 t.,3oc ll o.' ; "Lttte'tcelog ::.I:-?:i -: !:Sr),o (~ Ot.tSn:". *?ii, Lasting -' : '. , :! 9: ')-.Trekstalr ':,'?:,(?,9 ?.'O lBarrier. ;Positions''t llltonlcý 14.CEvr cello L?' 1asting 1 ;. Loel~slea?it;, Sir 1.ýau-.'_ NURSERl HANDICA 5.'f'1 :.any W:\' a .y , S S<8'Ch'ls h .': ,.70 "Lejong . +"S.`'-Gold'Bn .7,;o r Y'°ior : ';lo .' Bro iO'z:.oo,' l :A o .7il :.1 %Loyall Lad . S ;a '`S'1,.IFo ora'4;"" . 7ý'' ý •"l~uecly.t.:-!.?:,.;:. hA ! ;: ,:Dublin Tn dt.']a , : ::''3 " lNumbl r 3+;;7 rld n 4 t n .C o t;..?,": ,.,,,: tanloc .' ..t. Cit t;tt ,\eddlttg : Plht ol ",' 7: '2 - aror, 'or lOtilOnsi lla~ny i' Ways'Jo loejong 3:'O uG :'lBarney, 4. Loyal .Litd'-. :Alh Agog; ,1°,,"Ma f tlieos-lT:= I" buoky A tim-" S .- , ci t t 0 10 ::.'Wedding Belle: . Clirloshatj'?S Gold Hi , .12, ,BroDnze: Veil. I *-;: Foxora'. 1I In': t.',l o ,"-lS.Celeltt atlonO ,.4;':: Dttbl...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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FRUIT POOL Defended By Bathurst Grower [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 17 May 1940

FRUIT POOL Defended By, Bathurst Grower "If no provision had beent made, the seas were closed, ailu" *Japan1 had entered the war, we would have blamed the Flederal.. Government for not looking to I our Inlterests." Mr. Peacock, of BD?thurst;,? made that declaration at the Central Table lands Fruitgrowors' Coilference'at Orange when , he. opposed a mi0otion seeking theoabolitlon of the aequisi Lionf scheine. - "When such a motloi is?p are assunmIig that "the :war willl bev over next year, butit 'if the war is 'still raging, -what:are?You?going"to',lu'In the place;o 6f: thisscheme"?. : : ,'If :thiso.niotion sis cariled' itis :a: slap in the tface for the authorities who hbeli?vd they ?er? plirotecting the fruitgrowers . They did not" know that the seas would be open, andthliey? did nod know' that the disastrous drought would" have. diminished the supply of fruit,"' ldded Mr: Peacock: "This schemne is the 'grdeatest ilmuck up anyone could imagline," contend ed Mr. Nancarrow:. "When .i....

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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PRESIDENT TO DICTATOR [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 17 May 1940

PRESIDENT TO . DICTATOR ROME, Thursday: It is officially stated that Musso lini has received a message iof.a personal character from P- resident Roosevelt.

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MERRY COMEDY 'Cheers For Irish' At Hoyts Ritz [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 17 May 1940

MERRY COMEDY 'Cheers For Irish' At Hoyts Ritz "Three Cheery : For The Irish," which is, being screened at Hoyta Ritz to-night, to-morrowv and on Mon day, has all the 'lightness and: charm of a bright new Easter bonnet. ". Lovely -Priscilla: Lane, Dennis Mor gan : and Thomas Mitchell have the lending roles. and' will idelight the liearts of: every -happy Hibernian in toWn. They are given urnusually fine sippoi't by Alan' ,Hile, William Lundigailh Irene HIervey and Virginia Grey, ". . '" ' ' "Three. Chleers For .The Irish". is a rollickling sto.ry of a retiredl New Y'ork ipoliceman .who -is per.suaded to run for _aldermani and leariis that ·illiding :i city, beat was as much simpler ,task. Peter;'Casey, played by Tholioias Mitmi jell , i- ihssisted in 'lus election campaign by h!' three daulgh ters who junp1D into the campaign witlh all the beauty they can muster. P.:,Poolr Peteir 'soon learns though, that his oldest girl, .played by Irene Hervey,' has been a little itoo am bitious ''...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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ITALIAN FEVER May Last Some Time [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 17 May 1940

ITALIAN FEVER May Last Some Time LONDON, Thursday: Italy's ipress'war" has not relented but Reuters correspondent states that it is felt in Rome that the pre gent state of alarm may continue for sometime. Neisspasperd s describe ;the.. Belgiuimn ind.Diutch cnampaign as Walkover and. the Maginot eLiliefas as .anith while Queen Wilhelmina is pilloiled as join ing Haile Selassie on the. :banks 'ot the Tliaies--"another victim of Brit Isl fatal antisEuropean policy.'' 1 Meanwhile the Papal newspaper O sservatore Roimano is no longer on tlisifble becutis?e' tile.' newspaper sell ers re .af ai(ld to sell It and youii F'ascists ilisutl the readers. The ,newspaper Regima Fascista explains that the boycott was.,be cause the Vatican was siding with Belgium~ and Holland. SIt added that in every epoch the Vatican had been aligned with: foreigners against Italy.' Messuwlsile tle susetng of tiee *Y.igosla?' :abbisiet aiid 'the? revie oft Iie general siobiltsittini plans 'ieflect tl?e tensiilion: ...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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CLASSING OF SHEEP Characters To Be Desired [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 17 May 1940

CLASSING OF SHEEP Characters To Be Desired . The following desirable'. chai-: , acters should be kept in mind:. when cullitig the flock: - 1.: Good :,strong : heads' without, coar seiness. ThlIn faces iand ina' row pinched niostills denote poor con?ntlituli tlon 2- `Good tniouth,' the-teelttn'i?eetitg thel' pail properly.. Ati unidletsh iot or. overshot'jay',prevents theisheepi from feeding properly? and thlls is itIh "to. its ,detrltmnent when codiiiltlo?i?i are uinfavouralile: "'. ",; ? " 3. Big frtne aand well-shape d:.(ldeep body; glviig area on hlc to t gtow 'wool 't?a'd nsoohintss for 'breeding turposes. 4. WtIdle at shoulders atnd slightly arched ? over the `wIlther:" A peaeied wither ls undesirable as ?S is tusually issoclted :with 't narow ,'chest .and weal? constitution. :": 5: Good toplin; 'back leveFl atd rufinp rotindedl and not 'drooping 'Cuill all sheep wfth devil's grilip. (a de pressiotl in" the ribs betweein the shoulders) or m?alforttation at shoul dos G'6. ,Good ...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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MINERS' MEETINGS Expected To Favour Work [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 17 May 1940

MINERS' MEETINGS Expected To Favour Work S\YDNEY:, Fri?iay::, Aggregate meet= nlgs of: iminew;'orkeis on the, northern sa0therin and esternil: coal fleldi to daiy, ai erexpected to l esilt nintn lii ge ina0jolty;ln: filvofir ~f iln iiiiiieditie? ,fesumiptlbn :of :.vwori.? " Soe';ne of: ite ines may not be opeined.}h, nbl oth iiy, etI pectea most of .tlIoe;m llli;resueho' production ne't;,'aeeli: i : r , EMERGENG Y'SERVICES . SYDNFY ;' Iday The chairman oftheiEmergeincy TranTispo?rt' Services, Mm\V.0?.. Allei;,atiniounced .:today that oiiganIsatlios wvuld dicoitlIntue to operate; niith? iiext week. e He had beei :ad?lised that:. raillways :would m eot sumeiino' full scliedle unitll then. ':r::' Allen also, salild that In ilew of 'to;'coailh stilieo theie had been sumtpiilliigly ah-rge 9?lls for 100tiiicks Utsn1' week-eiiml 6 :He- would Illle':to advlse' couitry driveos?w?tO?tre it m?atny ta.-flung pai ts of. the State tbit thlim soervices' tie till icuouhtii

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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THE BATTLE FOR NARVIK [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 17 May 1940

THE BA TTLE FOR NAR VIK , LONDON, Thursday: The Allics :iaveo performoed an outstanding mili (ilry feat in capturing Elvegaurds moen, north of Narvilc.. ' Guns ati euipmient haid been lit, aed 400 feot into thei mo.uitains by ? eouchl Alpine tiroops only two miles from .Naivili. Oenly 1200`.12o0 Oeimais romain in ijor fik find` 3000 lin tihe Naairik area.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 17 May 1940

Commander-in-Chief of the Allies, - General Gamelin

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THE POST Wool Appraisement Prices A CRITICISM TO THE EDITOR [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 17 May 1940

THE POST Wo6l Appraisement Prices A CRITICISM TO THE EDITOR Sirl Duriin the wool !appraise, ment season nearing :comnpletion, many wool growers. have '..:voiced ithe dIsi ointment at..tli heP pices re alised: fo thei ool To great 'eXtern :the. "contllitbting ,fac toei ,has ,:been inefficienit classing Growern arei"i elnindhed tlhat for soiie veais aSi"t =complaints of? ite indif foirent cla?isifig liave beeiY' regularly received fi'om overseas:;' Eipertis in the wool trade, however; "are 'agieed that ths iss ,not du"e to the 0woik of the Dpio"esioliol wooolcla'sser, but - to the short sightedness of ?the gioowers theniselves iin ''ot" eeixelciing suff 'icient careeinl' their chloice of thie poel on to whom -,the preparation 0of the clip -is eiitrusted. Thlis "is fiitlheii borne out 'by the flect thiat during the:t pr esent wool ap iraiseinenti : season 'appiroximately 100,000 bales swill .,have "been re-classed at:.the linsitance of the Centiral Wool Coniniittee. Whilst c.nlimberfor...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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"The 11th Hour" Swiss Are Preparing [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 17 May 1940

"The 11th Hour" Swiss Are Preparing LONDON, Thursday: Sw:t zerland's fears of a German invasion are epitomised in the newspaper Neuezuricher, which says in, its editorial: "The eleventh hour has struck for Switzerland." German aerial activity 6ver Switz erland has increased the - general anxiety. Swiss. anti-aircraft guns hit a Ger man bomber -which after swopoiing over Schaffhafusen was forced to land north i from= Zurich.",: :'Two ntoie 'Germia n- bombers earlier were chased from Swiss territory. Geo un aiin sisut i, iltiiryi iutlorities have closed the "ro `. tier trion ,iisle to. Likc Cion Th1c Gernman i:iuthorities will not all ia Swisti jicasants.: to c ross even Cit few feet of frontiei"' to rciid t1 their fields. ROME, Thisrsdtly: The IBerlin ex press? twhich fniomally. crosses ,the frontler north from Schaffhausen, has been diverted:i acaross the old Aus trian frontier. :A LSwiss comntinilinie urges. the publicto: keep calm. It adds that the Governitent's .vigilance ,ha s n...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 17 May 1940

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WAR NEWS IN BRIEF [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 17 May 1940

WAR NEWS IN BRIEF The 'British Official Wireless has announced that it was now learned that all the oil in Holland did -not fall into the German hands. An earler report stated that a great deal had been calp. The K ing exptressed the deoh e thatt lnday, ?tat" 26,1. lie obseriedi s a lilly of natilonat pryor on beltalf.of ,fll nlittioii, Elih'p e,,, Allei .atill tilh ciuse to wh'ich they were unitedi All guthirds iln and at0outid ilitiblic places.. lit Switzerland have beon, doubled.: It Je leared ,i'that .should Gernavsoy succeed against the Allies in thelnorth Italy will shilultaieotusly ateike watt on the sIde of Germiany 'IlieI Cek Niiy ls cfhIrrying -sit aoimbilcoitioi, e'ercise. , Thi. hvIre hiben :talif i ."naii.-Y go?:, 'iahvion denin?tli rtioiits "iitY hal~rddi\ "own'is.?" i(:i4:';:?'7:' Noting is kdioit tn of the coietteito of the Not' settn to oMhissohllti by PIealdeti tRoosseelt. So fttl tlt~ecott toots' hsve hot been1 tnttde pttbli: Yestird'ay w? a t ihe ileidyd of ti us...

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