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Newspaper Features Ltd. TABLE TOP Published by Special Arrangement. CHAPTER XV. SHALL THE CASKET BE OPENDE? [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 17 May 1940
Newspaper Features Ltd. TABLE TOP BY EDEN PHILLPOTTS (Copyright.) Published by Special Arraingement. SHALL THE CASKET BE OPENED? 'Fo~r: two dcays the. storm .peisisted 'nd dark,;slik ies and heavy: se?s were the- portioi? of the Iguana;- ,then" the weather' abated :'and ::the :'atir gi'ew clear:;, Many dead fish came to the suirface, and. amon'g i them wers great creatures thttt;h'd:tliei'shed::in.; the downfall of Table Tol. Coal, 'a running short tni'C Costa feltt doubt' ful whethe tt li;Marqines's conuld ,'e counted tipon to sulpply: it ;" btit Ma'he believed there nlitust be amniple stores 't aitilng hii . 'Thliey are French islanis 'ad iff still a bit elenetita'ry, they wouldn't bet sliott of, coial,' t?le declared. . It was AngusA olin ,firt radsed the, question. of, the Itreasure' 'vith his frienids.' His antiiuaidan spiilt hungered .tald thirsted to 'see ':id handle ijewels thait the Incas hiadil fashioned andi worn?. 'I never want to see them or .think of .them again' said:...
Market Day CHRIST CHURCH EFFORT [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 17 May 1940
Mlarket_ Da CHRIST CHURCH EFFORT The Market Dayheld on Wed-' nesday' last by the ladies of the - West Goulburn Guild iit aiil ob Christ Church funds Itas a: great' success: ThIee:wer'ee the usual well-stocked stalls of produce, fancywork;' cakes and other useful articles In.fi addi tion, t'ea wass provided 'nd flowers and sweets were solid. A inovelt and very popular feature of the effort wasa serles'of conmpeti tions fo,?needlewvorkc, 'cookingi gand flower arrangenient r:These competi? Lionis, attracted sover 70 :entries aJnd the judge"s in the needlework ,and knitting sections had '-such:, difficulty3 Jn separating the entries that 'sddi tiornal prizes were. deonated 'for ,thd runners-up. " The energy anil enthuslsttm of ithe woirkers aand :the kindness oC the, judges were ?beyoild Pltaise.t Ii the evening the younger tmenibers of the church held a commnunity singing concert, which hellied to swell theo' proceeds., The total aimouti?t raised was nearly £21, an increiase of 100 pet...
TARALGA DIGGERS [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 17 May 1940
TARALGA DIGGERS Ti tIRAL.:- The. aiinual .liig .gers'-talliand Sociail taviheld in' the fiarailga 'all on Wedlnesilay c'eaitiig and wPits ,botlhi "sticcess :'f li, -" n . ?'joyalile. Many Diggers ware isableto hb ll esenit, .:and .thil .attiiendanifce of'i:, turbil edmeni ~v.was imuchil?iillei thae usual lHoweverahrge continif of young ; men wlioh joi dth Militia, were -preseiitat the dinnerA Among the-: visitors were Mesere il?.' JI? oivelil a1 d . '-R 5io t(isecietary) 'whlio represeited the GoulUrlin, suh bianch 'of -the ', 'S;S . irLk.A"' ??>::; rAi' Andy. Cti sdingha'tiaila' ,charge' :of :the. generiial': arrangemients and Mrs Itebecc Ohallker witfi:h her staff ndfspii}d'd"orke'si uni'deitoodo all th??iarraigeientsi, for the' decodrationis; iefresliiments;, ald othiei iiatteri per ta ingI to the social' "Mri'.??: L ',Fitzgibbon, oe of-;'the patrons of thesociety, wdis chairnIn, aid' the, following ,toasts were hoe ou0ed:. tThe D y: WetCelebrate," vro posed by. Mr :Robb, resp...
"DESTRY RIDES AGAIN" Coming To Empire To-Night [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 17 May 1940
DESWTRYRIDES SAGAIN" Coming To Empire STo-Night file If lcreest Ifeminine .fist. Sfight-tver' 'brought to the sreen has. Marlene Dietrich and Unait MIerkel for -the principals in Util?ersal's "Destry Itides Again," sihowing at, the Empire to night, to-nmorl?w and Moin '?J?amtes Stewart, -w?o ho-stars with 'Miss lDietrlelitln the sltectaculiar fron tter*,picure, also is embroiled in the fifht'and ihe emerged from it with a black e:ye 0d '::proof that' the fist throwing was real. SBotlh li..ss'.Dietrich aind' ilss Mer kel likewise receivedl cuts and bruises during the :fve days the con fleict took tofilm. They ,pulled hair, clawed .faces, wrestlied around the floor and..wound up with a drenching when Stewart poured buckets of water on them in an attempt to sep arate 'the embattled 'pair. The fight then :continued with Marlene throw ing glassware and.other handy ob jects at Stewart. Besides these three stars, "Destry Rides Again" boasts'alt imposing sup porting cast that 'includes Misc...
CROOKWELL FAREWELL [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 17 May 1940
CROOKWELLFAREWELL CROOKWELL: Friends of Mrs. U. Mailone anid Miss A. -Parrot gathered att thee Masonic. Ittl, on,'Wednesday ntight to, t'arewell, ith'eii in vyiew or tiheiri impending depaittuie' for, Bur Duoing'g tLea eveni.n Mir. L. .: Cooper.: on behalf of ,the gtlihering, pireseiiteti Mlt, Malone with ?a cut igtss vtse and Miss P-i'rot witli a litantba'i I?n aniakinig thtepresentatition, Mti. Cooper saiil thiat b'oth, their guehtt , of' hooi?t li?d .nide maiity' gooi. l'rieitd ?tdtring the 'fivt years thiey ihad been in Crooliwell, and they: were. til sotriy to ihear thait' they were leaity int" tit istrict: iHowet?r they joined with lii isn 1i'ts shiitg both haiippines' in their: new sphere. Itt bref response, SIi's. -tlaitdne thatiked aIl for their -''-ileen' anei -en-i wishes.
Explosion Was Averted GELIGNITE IN CAPSIZE [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 17 May 1940
Explosion Was Averted GELIGNITE IN CAPSIZE 'y c .miraculous chi'?mteea n i."11jo ciatastrophe was averted.i: t when.i a lorry overt'urned': on i" .beind ;0f thle I'aclfic Highivvc ' neair 'umniflgcun dip. l'he lorry'. w:sas cio'rying ai case of gelignlte ti'l: ic box of detonitor,. ,inihl fOituiiittely, did ci lot ell0tle.?.: :Thi'liree ?inen, were on. the :lorry, vhich ,aIlso carried a heavy. concrtet TIxe 0T13 terry was ±.roceediit:g from" Brisbaie t'o CGoffs cIHarbour.::..,": The thre:.e mein Ithe'?driver ;,(.Bert ani Morai 'o.f- Vultiare Strect;, ris haie) -.andThomatsililley lahoirer, of M;Manning Street Soith ,:Brisbaneo, at n G.reorge Gillieirt f eetyc, St ret?t Graiitge, ?wisOere traveciiig to.00ff' IHarbour?to;work, vwereb itijurýe ? Motraiin suffeed ' a.,.fractured left foreaii, ahbrasiois fo, the left klitee and shock; Lilley, injuryto 'the ight shoulder, abrasionstteto :the be:felt ntd shock, and:Gillte t,ct laceratlio?s' ind abrasions to the left: hattd anc(' both elboi...
WOMAN GOES TO PRISON [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 17 May 1940
WOMAN GOES TO PRISON SSYDNEY, Friday: "You attempt ed to prey as a-vampire on the dis trass of the fatherof a missing girl;" said Judge Holt; at the Quitarter Se? lons.u to-day, in sentencing PRuby Gladys Evelyn,'27, 'tfo nane months' jimprisonment on a chaige .of having demanded: £100 ;with menaces fromn Dr. Frvicis BroWn Craig. Medical reports stated that Evelyn was sane, but an irhesponsible type. She appeared to have no, sense of the importance of truth, .and it Was desirable in view of her actions that she be placed under control.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 17 May 1940
Fo0R over T 23 ye arn 'ASPRO' has given world-,.A, wide proof of D ES quick, pos5P - AR' THE tive results; HE RTý and is still the , . Quickest-Bes-Safest and Surest / m•ethod to SM4SH Colds and Influenza. 'ASPRO' owders or 'ASPRO' Tablets go right to the seat of the tro ble and give immediat . action as an internal germ destr yer-an antiseptic-an nti-pyretic or fever reducer and e uminates poisons througl 4 the pores of the skin. There are cores of remedies for ,olds and 'Flu but there i3 on y ONE 'ASPRO' because SPRO' is produced under a secret pro ess, which has.been zealously uarded by the proprietors. To beat Col s and 'Flu take 'ASPRO' imm diately symptoms appear-then follow irections. Use 'ASPRO' Tabl ts or 'ASPRO' Powders-whichever sui you best. " 18/411. " °'A RO' Powder Prices are id. each, or in 6d. o 1'- packets 'AS' RO' Tablets are obtainable in packets at d.-i'3-4' eous You ep SOLDS & Pa '
MOONEE VALLEY Acceptors For To-morrow [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 17 May 1940
MOONEE VALLEY' Acceptors For To-morrow: '.-Acceptors' -for -the-. WilliamstoWn Race'.Cliib's meeting,, to be " held. .at 'ibonee':? 'Valley: course -* tomorrow , are:;-,: ' :.KOROROITiTRiAL: HURDLE.-2m lf. • --: ' . ? '(1,50) ' , ' ,; . Dark David?. (10) ,11. 7, Fighti n't-c Cock (12)e"'10'.7 -'Gla? cots' (11) 10;2,, iBreaucrat (0)9010,0 Gay Knight. (4), 1i.01.e?e Grand' (7) 39,1) Boyar:"(3)') .,10 , 'Lautos (80) '99, Stentor' (1) 9ii S Knight' Errtnt' (2).:9'"? oldican (9).'9.0, Penfield (5),' JUVENILE 'HANDICAP:-6f.0',." Fi . -' E rst, .Division ?(2.0)"i,- ,' " Retntn "- (11) ,8.5T' aTn'.O'.Clock' (12).'t.t 1Ianstar (3)"7,13. Bridal. Gowna 1); 7:12) Premier ,(8) 7. 11' ".-'artlan (7)' ;7 Taatton (10)" 7: 0,'.Canteriury (5)"7:7,; Isonomtia (4) 7 7, Portillo (h)i7.60, Flash-' light. (9)' 7 :4; . Public ,News,.(2) "7.i. Second "Division (2.30),; Goldsmith .(ti )":- 82;,8Thrtottla (1l): Tamt'tve (3) 7:13; Eia'ted.(0) 7. 12. :Balkan Chief (4) ,7.9, Password '() .7.S, 'Voit"(2)' 708,-Da...
SELECTIONS BY "TRACKITE" [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 17 May 1940
SELECTIONS BY, "TRACKITE" Kororoit Trial Hurdle.- FIGHT. ING .COCK 1, -Gay Knight-2, Dark David -. Juvenile Handicap.- First Divi slon: RETNUHA 1, Partisan .2, Manstar 3. Second Division: GOLDSMITH 1, Throttle 2, Elated 3. Autumn Steeple.- RHYMSTER 1, .Brlghtello 2, Imiltarl 3. Bay View Handicaps.-. ST. FER. VENT 1, Zonda 2, DiaAhane 3. Gellibrand Handlca,,.- LORD WALLA 1, Conflagration 2, Proof 3. Beach Welter.- rFirst Division: CON NARU 1,. Captain Drake 2, National =. Secolnd Division: FRENCH GEM 1, Darhamn 2, Inspector S?ott 3,
NO OUTRAGE TOO GREAT [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 17 May 1940
'iiii!i:!ii O :i ! iil .OUTRAGE . TOO GREAT -:LONDON, Thusday: Ge'ntaly'~i ruthiless:boinbinig of opehh towns, and; civilians ls /dii1viig'baick across` thd -French border; hordeds ofr Bdelgiti sene. women: and clhllhdreie ' IThe Whole of the millito iycon Sihltriots are gallaiatly .attempting .to cl.ck the. Geraif `odnsliuglht: The Belgian i Foreign Ministe,;1:., S.atak,. said that no outiage. hbad bcq? too greot., ; V achine-ginping;, ndnd;tbolnbli,?of clvif.hans Is: also roported .f?i em o:"tl Parts. Open towns, have a)so'heom bonlmied. Some smal;l: , boys nd: gnil going to church fort ;a .conifirmotnii? cerentony weore amIong" those shots One plane: was, so oiw ;that` :lt struck fidle roof of.a house o;lnd eramsh ted. Onto officer was killed aniid the rest escuped; but, were: recaptured:. The villhgers were tmaazed'to0 filtld lthat one ,f them ?as:n t he?liist:li'o had lived .for years in theio . vlige as a. sp. "y special ' imi'mioronlieieit Rentiiler"'s W'orii Iervice in addit...
NIMMITABEL AND CLAYTON CUP Answer to "Group Follower" [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 17 May 1940
NIMMITABEL AND CLAYTON CUP Answer to "Group Follower" In the. following letter to the Editor, the .t(oulborn tioghy Leagte secrelary',t , .it. .1. AV. SoifferL, reltiest to. "Group) i'olloweros" connloent ono thelsitibJect of Nhllnoltabtel Cltob and tihe Clayton (Cip: I hasten to reply. to the letter Iub lishied . li ith i Post' utnder tihe. tno tie pluI e ,;ofr (o Gop fotlower,-'n oitd pdr-. portiong'to 'comtae"'fron. NinoaotaJel.. ;t hotig ca i tye Il fftlth e tt.a outtLtttertag . Controver++y :\l'tli;;tny~Ole whvo is.mafrald.+ moenlaek whit oimm .,ith sUmE .t?(ntr te :; ltioest.:a'' ;'generally o. tdotten. atol cover pi:ttte'.wrlte r'sc.uoterlyogt iotive), o tl o ? on,,, thi.°0c-?otooto .it ordter to Corteetrth+?tt olos-otatetentto'n.ttd.' toecuor actleso . ontainedt' o 'iyor'' corlresiotident'so letter, oildot for ?t ittfoeittnIn, -but. 'tfor the itoornittitott of itt't, football .-piblte' 'At0."n ttoie itrve. "made' :the .statte-:: meot' tttat-Ntim ?tttbet. os.t.a .t tenth rate...
Preparations In England [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 17 May 1940
Preparations In England LONDON, Thursday: "Applicants for the local defence anti-parachute volunteer corps totalled over 25,000 to midnight on Wednesday,'.' says the War Office:. The Mlistotr in Charige of Home Security Sir John Anderson; has,an 'ooiniced that there ?v?as nW a danger of :enemy paiachiute troops landing ithBritan.. le eammphasised the im ertn'ce of "preventing the enemly. rising road vehicles. He-I asked own ers"to ensure that vehicles could not. e-eadily: be taken. 'way, by removing tisliortant. niechanical parts. ,
GROUP EIGHT RUGBY LEAGUE Goulburn Players Were Available For Inter-Group Match COUNTRY WEEK TRIALS [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 17 May 1940
GROUP EIGHT RUGBY LEAGUE Goulburn Players Were Avail able For Inter-Group Match COUNTRY WEEK TRIALS Questions relative to the selec-. tion of the. Group 8 side -whichi? was to have played Group .9 at'.• Cootamundra this Sunday were asked at the general committee i:meeting , of. G oup 8, hd tat :Quoeaniboyan lastnih - The subject nIit ro tl eed y"bMleisstr?' OlcCiffien i ad t lnimosld,(tlt.(t4tif ir. nb hdwis itid 1:to0 I|o, f Coniblltlai': 1lay) a v"are; tiV lt bi n ;le -: 't i ii : ,' e1 m5 io n Iii ':- uh Coiitry' 'Ve(ec ,elhlinatiou?tli Ofls;'.. amt if their' e utnil e ltied' hbe n? giider " eo i?|idtlrl?l (Uh 'when'; the te' i t?t cs"eletel. T, he Crou1 . -1I' resitle l mi: ; .:: .', C ,:' £o , cm S . ( Q tbt in i eyL sy n ) ; : o l? r d d. t h t- " l"?t i ) U nliO?lol' l ulIllllls) li), on :01., Of ,.Lle Selectoirsii'.lth .:'iniformed- , hi (n: that a players " int ti"~eCrouniml'i ltiudiig '"Gout ntero 1?l.ha been nunitemr 0co1otderlattni, an1 tft. piayoers` hnd been chosein on...
Arms For America Roosevelt Makes Appeal [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 17 May 1940
Arms.For America Roosevelt Makes Appeal WVASHlNGTON, Thursday: Pri'sidelnt Roosevwlt asked Con gress to-day for an inunedlate aplpropriation of" .890,000,000 dollars and an additionIal con tract for llthor'isat ions totalling 286,000,000 dodlais for militlal inl|plements to 'llmeet a lightning offensive against A?mirican lntctres.". He oasked for 4560000,000 dollars for the Arimy 250;000,000 for the Navy, 100 000?,000 for thq Prest dent's Fund for enmergencIes affecting the natlonal sectuilty anid defence. He said thesta reque?ts yere for -ailiiedlate eyendliture thIls year be giolhgi fiom July. "Ini these oilnous" days of shock lg"develpoili?nts of force," he said, • 'ery neutral is looking to its de e'ices in the light of new fac-tors. No attaclkit so iunllIkely that It in 1duosalbleor th-tit Itmay be I nored, lcans mu ltst citbst theti thini i"g aboutt natlonail protecttoin Ye'or-old ai' itt desltiS 0. eout of date. "One belligerent not only las. n'any' iore planes -tlian all his...
RUGBY LEAGUE Notes And Comments [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 17 May 1940
RUGBY LEAGUE Notes And Comments BY "FORWARD" The? result 'of Su dai ( sitr Crtluit contest .'was eextreeinely'- disaplolliitiif?g tothe .conimpariativ?ely small tbatnd of Gofilburiit uilporteis piesei't it .WIt:waS qtiite: !un lxpected y'thait trCianbbrra w:duil have siuch a'margin if :lpoints t th'eli aden iiitsgctevefhrif they shouliu S)tttIttiy i, gatne &lt;aiin: the Itt eviotte 'ofle n id? . stral:e' coniftra sts :'In tle first cup gaie iCi'ori l itt?tla:illi tI bettei ofi e fistaf ,iiit' ht alfl ntime loke tsue winers' hut Gout bti i's secoid? t iaif effoi'rt was stiuchl that they ?iveie distinctly unifoitunate to "be beaiten: ;'Oin '. -Su n'dy Atio'teeisd v-:Ls +the?, case Coulbutit all ppt;ire t iitltiehttbe sdoe -tipi 'to'tlhe interval. Reemember itg their .seconid hailt -efforit of. the pievious week,;' eviiyoine-g'ive theiii 'a good ,clhance ,o" winning; but there was a iad-falliug off with th.resul alrtadyl known.i-" r- - - - S eeiiig tithe otli)r f ,ello. lt poss...
Broadcasting Programmes FOR TO-NIGHT 2FC [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 17 May 1940
Broadcasting Programmes ýFOR' TO-NIGHT' " 6.l. ÷Dlnnool l Q 7&lt;0: ?,Newn 7.13: •News' .Coin menlt 'Y'i7;:10:. _J3onel .":ie y ( viollnlist) ant,1 Dsi on- d-l'1Ial nor (org l) 7.,1s: N ttolon V'- Taoll". .870: :-l)1ml tnis t "M UnIoiojl I:,lo: 0: Cn? i:l'I\-'OVly', .N ational hl0 l- hoI',i.a 0:I o :.l I T" 1)'V.310"m 0 Dae.]ad: 10,] N1.L''ews.'l;, 'nn ller,?q :,Comnlientl"'y. ?,J 0 :1", . ewvs. 12:0:: Close:: -',0,0:','o'Mihslal.l Soivotres.:;, . 0 "'S 0101 1io t1g Sesslon,. 7;0:.J)loer:1,0slo's7e 0 ' Atfte?r -Dloinr,'?Show,. 0 0:C:' Celbbrity Iti ~t~r , J '3 .310 ' 1,yoloy) 0,' '\\reless 1(00o1 s:. -0.1?: -Srtinglo l- ; lows b '. 1o o1.011 f-, 1. s-I. I ho " fiotlo 1 Y.1',' 0,.i1na111 10 15: Albert ' Sa lalr's"o'rlo -I10 1U0'" Cbos." Ft.,`" :,"FOR SAT-URDAYf:ý: :. 5.02 :?Ja n eheo" r I) i,0'1. 01011:5 ::11, N e, di e.: 1?'1ino~us -;Or elie1tlasl . 1:; t0 M ' o -Oth|er -Day's:'?;0!" ;lhlnllotI ý"an ? '',2i'hl ?y 4,1.5: "News; ':I ?10. 0 1:'Classic :'1 mul" 6OL 1: fhlneorl'O...
Mothers' Day Concert [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 17 May 1940
SMothers Day Concert. A special Mothers' Day con Scert was held in the Mlethodist Hlall, .Goldsmith Street, on Tues? ...day evening' proving a definite success. The large audlence mani featly enjoyed the items, all of which were based' 'on the theme of lMotlher. a:. The. coicert.. was' a part of tho Motherss'. Day celebratlons arranged by.lie Methodist Chiurch. The stage, was behautifully decorated w?ith ;?hite :/flowers, ?,hich fornied a pituriesocie lbacklgiround. The prograimme was as follows: Mrs. Broadhurst;: supported by the \lethddoit Gil:s' Comradeships, vocal item: iMrsl 'Bourchier, . "Songs' ly Mother'c Taught Me," "Songs tlY. Mothero Sang: Aled Harner, "W'hal Mother Knows." "A Child's Creed;" liss J. Hampshire. "My Curly Head. rd' Baby" The Gift:" Kindergart'en, "Ilnshli My Little One," Mr. L. Cooper, "Mother Machree ". 'Mother of Pearl," "An Old Faslioned Town;" Order of0 Knights, '. 'Our Honour Ito Mlother;" Junior.- Endeavours; . "Action . Itei;" Itiss E.' . Harris, :'...