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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 20 May 1940
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A TINY WINDOW IN ITALY But The Fascists Hate It Bitterly [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 20 May 1940
ITALY Bliterly While the Fascist newspapers of Italy continue their .' storm of abuse of the Allies, st!rring up anti-British de- . : monstrations, the Osservatore Romano, .the daily .news-.''.\, paper issued from the Vatican, pursues its policy of..pub-. ..lishing news and views from foreign as well as hiomie" sources. : Fascist resentment against the paper has been deep-':,. ening, and this week copies were seized by Rome. author- .:, ities presumably because they contained :the text o:bf'tele';-'.' ,'- , : grams.,of: sympathy sent, by the Pope'to the rulers o ol-· .1 land, Belgium and Luxembourg. , ' , Circulation of this newspaper, whicli: the Fascists feir;'i ;: ghas: rown enormously in recent 'm inths: .!;, .' ?!-'"). :"-:',: :: *.^.' The newspa'pei that MIussolilni andi the Fascist Geneial Staff fe?ir, ? ise :daily laper 'of tihe Vatican, the Os srva.itor'e Ronino... ' In the Fascist pipers nmany attackd pare ublished -against thi journal, annd the ettrieme black-hii ts,' wii...
Mice Plague Causes Havoc [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 20 May 1940
Mice a gue S Causes Hiivoc " -1ic in thle West W?vYlonlg district, in l?addllitiolln to aittalck *'ing hay stacks :ind stored wheat, iare over-rllnnling farm lhouses, lew4iesng' mattresses, floor an:i: ifu~ r nlitire covercings, and clothel , 1.ind' ellen eating cloth off: but tons. ?Th.elmice ate thle peak .off. one farmer's cap. during the night, and th'e cuff;bittons off a new paii of trousers ,; beoriging illg to v-'-another farmer . , ---Mr.,D:iD:. i:R?ankel, nafrmer ?in t Westwiood, lhes :caught, 3;00 :t0;mico in theilatt pi- weeks,:an average of more1,han .tt60,a 0 Ilght, :and.?lod said thilt ,'lthley were still comming.' Piac tially eveer3,..fa ni o.hise lslarn Clanil ty '.tick ic :l the distrib t'-ist ilice in tested, and, farmers are :?linlli~i hgi dreds of tlihousands ;diatlyinl trIaps or by,:ioisodfibigg. :v "? :". ... . D..amaLge :by ?.mice ,is .repol:tedl from eethailliead.d ":a fai P mice1in1 th'o houses and among htile steled phr e lt w ee Iepo"ted fom - '-iioii' hlc...
Oil And The War [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 20 May 1940
Oil And The War Since remairks of our leader. -bi "l'The Dip-Stick" aipeared we 'have come across the fodllowing '-i. xa reputable Americani jourinl..:: it dp peared *on March 11 w"l-heinthe- wax in Finland was :still :re'e tg:i :,lceed "Thas. Farcin?ating Oil -:Bsisness is a forthicomixig.: loo? :bok Iby ix :.W: Ball, one-time chairmain of ,the 'Oil Doardl of the JU.S: Geolofgical.:Sur vey, in whloh figures: on' the'Etifo-" pean crude oil -situat~oi, as it affects the war ,are dreBstiligly set forth. Expert Ball figure.s that, ..even if Germany should receive all Rtimania's export. oil not otherwbise earmarked (18,000,000 barrels) the Reih must still get anotlhe:47, 00 0000 Iblrrels annually from Russia in .order. to make up a total :of :90000,00 0 bar rels, which he fligures is just'enough to keep the Nazl warimachine ticking over slowly as :at' presenat. "Genlmany's normnl peacetime con siumption is 56,800,0.00 banrrels. To wage active -war;:Ekpert Ball says the Fuhrer would n'ee...
Sydney Eyes Snowy River [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 20 May 1940
Sydney -Eyes Snowy River SYDNEY, Monda'y: The president of the Metropolitan Water, Sowerage, andi Drainage Board, Mr. T. II. Upton, said tliat:. tho:plan to supply: Sydnej. wilth: witdri f roim'i tl` : S:ionwy .River' advancii?hdiy M 1 r'R' T.:M?rc av , con sulting en gineer. was atl pr-eseinti ,. inMr.l cKay agrees :thaittohe Stnow' ttlerithe me, fi wuii ddm n deost iore Itha £20,000 o; 0 a0 wlie h conSides -that I c ethoul hbe ipreserved prdimaily a Sy,?e:l yi water suppely, sad r.?np io: t suct huge ciiar inahUrt? binejec wonei'uisI' tl~a t.delo money kiet for other pmeet n teeragei~ t dS (lcy iti dale?, r e\the.hir nrespecit of siewerage tan o wivter. Theonly s$lutioini-ofbilioth-Ipmie'nble tsia teil m iila h;':a:i tlinedIhot d.tiof hothr 'ases oi~fork so fincti0 (lisfttribhe gtion ris tvell sr o heid sogrea r.:U'Ui ton sind that,n asMlirn. acKt admuited tlhe : Warragamba scheme, developed sttge by stage: wdould carry Sydney for mIany, J'y:s. y Futher, it must be remembered that...
Road Safety In Wartime [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 20 May 1940
Road Safety In Wartime Development odfthe war to. its Dresent gigantic stage :has coln cided with anoticeable increars'e in ,the numberof road, accidents.. dile to. carelessness or inatteni-. Stion and to dowliright reckless:': ness, : states .the Road: Safety ,Council of N.S.W?::. ' This isregrettahle hot it ondouht eadly ~is *fdltt-t p'reocc upatio d~~-owing to the war and to that apit of resInc lessniess so lioticeabie fiinthe' young men of thie country . :It ,niiy be said that tihese factors are ilnsurrmoun'tahble: It-?as asaid. soon aftei war Ihadstarled a? d iin England people accepted the: steep rdie in the accident giraph for this reason. Ac cideits.hohever;:bhecame :so nurner o's thatth he: auhoitilri .es de?ided thai a, bhig ampaign si.::houtld he: launched i ;olrderto0 save sobme lives so esser. tial forthe:successful lirosedution or the war. I?mmediately the people were shown h'e .seriousiess of thdpl?sitiob'n the: responded and the uinlted : effort .of lthie ,individual...
MEDICINES FOR STOCK Debate In The Assembly [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 20 May 1940
MEDICINES FOR STOCK Debate In The Assembly Speaking on the Stock "Fotolsl" * and Medicines Bill, Mr. I,. M': T'lIlyl .urge:l that llaiillnfic'nfaturrs of siocrk foods' and hbylproducts,'is should le colmpelled"to ;displihyi and 'publish thl iformulac osedl. :!: "In order to obtain regi stratitn;; a manufacturer must' apply .' tTi' Stock Medicines Board and subil'lif the prescription .of the iner lietitsL of the food or 'niedicine,"' 'he'.saidi Vendors of maniifacttired stocklfoodlls: and by-products are' requiroedtotaffix? to every .package a. label settinli' loit the chemical: analysis :of j.the.. con. tents, and, the :hature and proportioin of the foreigni- ingredientstherelin, and deliverto the, purtchaser n.an voice . contaiini~gi the sameiilparii ,lars. •I'/fiall tou nd?iitiididtwnd4vhyfm'titsu acturedrs of itocltk' mediclies''such ili as, drenclies for .vorqnis? 6orftor ;the treatmenti:oft flluke in iheepiare .not: incltided/ ine i this i provision. :' NVWhal; great':hardship"...
UNEMPLOYMENT IN THE GOULBURN DISTRICT [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 20 May 1940
UNEMPLOYMENT IN THE GOULBURN DISTRICT' In the Legislative Assembly Mr. Tu!ly asked:.. "Can the . MIllnister for Public Works. say whethe?t the Goulburn City Council o:er. twelve imonths ago. sub mitted a"pro'gramme of woris fobrithe absorption: of the Idcai :,unemplbyed? Does not..th: eti' councilicontenld tihat ili ha fulfilled ill the reriulrcmentsxliC respect of 'the preparatloni of plns~o and: specifications ?rehuested iby tlib' Dppartmnent? Has not tlie numiibe:: of unminloybed 1in: the :Goulbtrn'distrlc| consideralbly increased durlig the last twelve months? When can the Minis ter makiB available at least some of thle moziey in the Unemployment Re lief Fund so as to enable the Goul burn C!tv Council to absorb the i'is employed?," Mr. L. :OI Martin: While it is true that :theo?Cboilburn City. Council hlis submitt·d oia.pprlograhnme .of worla ani the reqhulsite' plans and specifica t'ilons I remini~d .Mr.i -Tully. that the Ijea'rtmeint oi f P'ubllteWorks does not control the dls...
This Man Employs 3000 Grazier And Factory Owner MR. F. W. HUGHES [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 20 May 1940
This Man Employs 3000 Grazier And Factory Owner MR. :F. 'W. :HUGHES (By. E. C.. Sommerlad,. C.B.E., M.L.C.) :,Th:rougho ut this. series -of :iarticles, the,;emphasis, has.al Sways been upon the inter r'ielatiii hbeiween 'producer ,.and . manufacturer in Aus tralia. I .have isought- to .show that' the man who growsys and the iman wiwho miakes i aye a comii "t mon interest foor this count'y,: whichi cannnot lhole td bl lild:its populition tot the safetyt marik ':?wtlib ut collateral development of hboth tplies of-?industry. ; : -:: : In-' this- articlie I- .write eof ,a man! whb: is a,'reinarkable comblinatlono:ofi tlhe primiary- aniid the secondary--?a?, manwlio;, by shoeridetermi natidn:aind for ce: of i character;?. has become:.atl the: asmeltimeoiine of1 tlhatCommon-i wealth's greatest pastorrilists and;bone of: its;notable mainufacturers.. ;: -; 2 -:Aind:inthe process, lie has becomt. the- employer- of. 3 000 ;eople, wvhii, in itself is a:flne thing, for thisyocungf country Befor...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 20 May 1940
FOR .BETTER PERMANENT WAVING JUNE RUSSELL offers A Special Permanent Wave for 5/6 Complete full head, no extras, guaranteed 6 to 9 months. WHY PAY MORE? EVERY Wave is guaranteed 9 months. Only Expert Experienced Hairdressers are employedl. Water Waving is our Speciality. No Appoint mets 'ae necessary. Luok yotr .vith t at betterrm. tro R ?? ese - a?rc obt, Ii/?' _f.?ea.5 t .~i i-| in?Jun?l 1s Salon. lo fo the me, JUNE RUSSLL ' 3 Auburn St., opp. Iyta Theatre, Goulburtn. Stecial Notice: Miss June Russell wishes to give her clients Special Expert Work manship, Expert Attention, Courtesy andtl Civility. If you have not received this at your local branch, please write to Miss June Russell, 94 Oxford St., Sydney. Marulan All the news worth reading is in the GOULBURN EVENING POST On sale each afternoon at V. J. , ROBINSON'S Store. Leave acdvertisemnents there. Two 00 rinks Fo Col Days ? LIV 'S ,T and L onde alfme The n e J,4 dritil. Ask for them at ll leatdiltg oft drink Ihops. LIFE A JOY...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 20 May 1940
CHE1~ ~ESE TES Note h9 I~ mtora~rrelaur repay ','ou-ou reply weekty Yot reply we receiv· i inrltahnenr l receive nza]n· ?I £10 .. 5 /- J20 . . 7 £1 . 5/-. / 2 .."1 Borrow o?./"? 4re.??aps.wnj.",?cie T' N SOU LES Jf'ONJ?FIJTq:N~ SBSC CAPITAL £4000 O.S. & A. B.nk Ch.am.ber, Cnr. MontgRUe atld Auburn Streets ., . Telephnne: Goulburnl 485 Crook well. EACH AFTERNOON Buy THE GOULBURN EVENING POST from GEO. NICHOLLS .or M. FLEMING'S NEWSAGENCY 10 D Y S' SELL N MEN'S WEAR Thanks, Men, For Telling Your Friends About These Bargains So many men have come to us since the beginning of our Big 10 Days' Selling of Men's Wear and asked for Socks "similar to those you sold my friend, Mr. So-and-So," that there can ,be no possible doubt that the men who have already bought from us are perfectly satisfied with their bargains. Men, these are genuine reductions and represent the best pos sible value for your money in seasonable Men's Wear it is possible for you to get. Just see our window displa...
THE POST Potatoes And Politics MR. WILLIS WRITES TO THE EDITOR [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 20 May 1940
THE POST Potatoes And Politics MR. WILLIS WRITES TO THE EDITOR '' Sir ,-WItih itfetenice to Mir .G. E Ardill's reily, ,L toy lotte, while: : I much appireciate liis cfforts t -ideep1ly regret tlhe Ig!iorice;Dort :pttaydl: ,in hJi, letter. It is evident that lh dld not caiefully. pertuse 'Ithe icolitentti of 'iny' letter or he' Wvold ienevet h Ivie aken me up o'n th :groton?ls of ithoe confor ence. He .vill flitd tlmt. my acctsatioil was tl:at; he was g.ilty of a tetminin ological hiexac itttdeo lhen tlatlied 1o his statemenit thitt ate hmajotity .of growers were elhintd :thlt: bill. I still say that my statetnents were corleo. Tlhe fact that my challenite t"ot ai franchlise e o he tklten' on the miter not being accpted, )ioVoes i hit'u HI bootnmtang thas roboutlcded plr fectly, for he :h'as broght Io t he llmeligltt his 'iit capabilities of per vertirg ithe trulth,i or hlill we say it is a re.ultof 18h gtops inolrance? Now that-Mi'. ArTdill Ilas. chosen to mlscolitre: tmy .tatements...
Bungendore War Efforts [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 20 May 1940
Bungendore : War Efforts ' DUNGENDOIE:" Arrange meiits a.re now well int hand: for--. the proiiramn?e bof evenfts for:: Bru'ngendore s I'g effort oil May :; 24 and 25. ..informaitioi: to hand siuggests that the bill ~will .be ,great success, and a 'r.eyy big crowd i::: expected to at tend the :races 'aiid sports on the _t?nrdayt . The juventle plain and fancy dress dancewith: crib a.nd euchre tourna ment,?at i ight. is alaso expected to draw a big attendanice. Prizes will bi givei.r or theoniost original, comic al .'best and dheaapest costumes; also to tlhe winners of cards. . ': The "lungendore Fund has now been granted direct control. by the Lord :::ayor s Committee, and the peopile of tihe district are putting their best efforts forward ,to makt nit outstandlng.success one this occa sion. It is hoped that a worth-while sium of moneyo wilL. be realised for sUichi ,' worthy. cause.:.: :The. public : are .remindeed to. for w ard any:cash donations or goods-it kild to Mr. D. Bailieo ...
LORRY OVER Driver's Narrow Escape [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 20 May 1940
LORRY OVER Driver's Narrow Escape Although the driver's cabin collapsed and was smashed be yond repair whep a motor lorry overturned near Marulan on Fri day night at 7 o'clock, the driver, . Sriith, florist and nurseryman, of Gouiburn, crawled out' un injured except for cuts and bruises. Smnith, who was returning to Goul burn from Sydney witlh a qoading of 19 casks of beer, was'descending a hill /o .the concrete rolid about a mile to the north of Marulan when he lost control of the lorry,:whlch over tulined an'd came to rest with its four wheels pbointiing .skyvikardst . .:Smith.n wlio' afterwardtt stated that the, steeliig: aedi: li hd 'fiiledt, had an amazing escape fromy seriouitihnJury. ,The casks 'iere scattered; over the highway; btt tione wits broken. Por tion of the .'Humre Iigliway was Mlocked, but traffic was nottheld up. 'Latir the disabled lorry wits towed to a garlage for repairs.
HIGHLIGHTS IN THE NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 20 May 1940
HIGHLIGHTS IN THE NEWS The French have definitely estab lished that 11 out of 12 German mechanised divisions are now en gaged, while 80 out of 1-15 infantry, divisions are involved in the oliera tions from Sedan northward. All have suffered heavy losses, and, further, 1500 German planes have been destroyed. The objectives of the R.A.F. attacks on western Germany were a number of large depots, including storage tanks at Bremnen and Hamburg, from which the German forces derive their supplies of oil fuel. Several were de stroyed and others were heavily damaged. A communique issued from Hitler's headquarters stated: "The enemy attacked by air towns in the North German coastal region, especially Hamburg and Bremen, and in West ern Germany. As on previous occa sions. only non-military objectives, except one barracks, were attacked at random. The High Command places this fact on record, especially in view of its consequences." Consequent upon the pressure on the .French line to the south, ...
Belgian Retreat What Brought It About [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 20 May 1940
Belgian Retreat What Brought It About LONDON, Sunday: The special correspondent of the London Times with the British Expedition ary Forces.says that the British army found itself exposed over-' pnight and in grave danger of a flank encirclement after the Ger iihan ''thrust between Namur' and ::: Sedan. :I The Germnan. advanice northwards woald 1lave inmeiaced comiunilcatioins to: nortilieri :Fi:ance indi: the Channel obrt,; hence the withdrawial, which was accomplished so sswi tly that the enemy did npt Ihaie' whd o'f it in time to interfee. PAID THE PRI`CE NE W YORK, Sunday: The Allies ire pdiing the ilrlce for immniedately noving :to the: aid .'oof Bielgium andl H-olluid Hdecit es'kti~ C" • Archam. bahilt .-.the ;, ll.,?:e p??" of tne Newv York iTlisesltP?!?s The man.iiiiiaging diec oi 0: the New York ':Times: had. 'cabled ' to :'Mir. Airclihumbault hfor guidlance as to tlie iiitbility oh the Allies ureidity to1 chedk the Gernmiln idvslice in lFirance."; Mr. Ardhambault- points ou...
LUCK OF THE SEA Charge Fell "Just Right" [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 20 May 1940
L UCKtO THE SEA Charge Fell : ' "Just Right"i LONDON: F'eod ,Grimble, yong thuc of the Eleetwood trawler . Low 1er 1 Dulled the rope that.opened the et lull of fish qlung over the Aleck: . As the fish sliowered. on deck;,an ubjet rcsemlelltn a metal washing .u crashed at Ills feet. It was an unexplded depth charge, weighlng three huhdred Pounds, Had ,it fallen on its Other end the fate of the trawler Would have been another mystery. olfthe sea, SAlthough twenty-five bombs welre aied at the trawuler Eric Stroud (23 s during a 'forty-minute attack SG Oenrlna1n pl)ane in tile North Sea, One hit the vessel. SklplPer Fobe't Legge said: "In f~le of tlhe attacks the plane diopled c holllbs at a time. ' l, can't understalnd how tl.hey-ltssoed