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CENSUS SHOWS STRENGTH OF THE CHURCHES [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949

CENSUS SHOWS STRENGTH OF THE CHURCHES CENSUS returns just re- leased for all states show the present strength of the various Churches in ' Australia. Figures for the main Churches are: Church of England 39 p.c. Catholic and Roman ^ Catholic 20.7 p.c. Methodist 11.5 p.c. Presbyterian 9.8 p.c. Baptist 1.4 p.c. Church of Christ .9 p.c. Congregationalist .8 p.c. No admitted affiliation 10.8 p.c. The figures show two trends. . The number of people who refuse to admit any re- ligious affiliation has fallen by 2.8 per cent. . The large increase in the Methodist Church throughout the Commonwealth has made the Methodist Church the third largest denomination in Australia. The proportional increases of the main denominations are:- Methodist 27.4 per cent., Roman Catholic and Catholic combined 21.8 per cent., Church of England 15.3 per cent., Presbyterian 4.2 per cent. Because the proportional in- crease of population since 1933 has been 14.3 per cent., Churches must have increased to this figu...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949

V^\%rW ^ IMPORTED twin tets of the finest Scottish Kool end vxate j > ^ \ ,. in a wonderful collection of autumn colours, and cU sizes J ¿¿t&n ' s*?*^ ' Up tCr OS' From °* Uttle w £i/15/s tet: U *$r<<: iff "^ Mark Foys £Tntíic«ar. Firíf /7/*>r V THE LANTERN-SLEEVED BLOUSE THE LONG-TORSO SWEATER This year wools and knitteds have more glamour than ever-they're the perfect counterpart of graceful skirts, made with the same cut and care as a fine blouse. Foresighted women buy theirs now (a few shillings secures a deposit) and when autumn comes dress them with scarves, with pearls and jewels, by night, by day. CLEVER WOMEN BUY TBEfo KNITTEDS NOW Long torso wool jersey jive jumper, in royal, emerald, American Beauty or Heavenly blue, pin-striped. Various sizes, 25/11. "Cover Girl" 100 per cent wool jersey blouse with lantern sleeves. White, cherry, gold, Heavenly blue, emerald, black, 32in to 38in, 43/3. TEE "POLO" SWEATER, WITH THE HAND-KNIT LOOK Polo-...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
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RESULTS IN TITLES [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949

RESULTS IN TITLES MEN S SINGLES -Second Ronnd F Scdgman (V ) beat D Candy (S A ) 6 2 6 4 6 1 A Ouisi (NSW) beat C Wildcrspln (WA) 7 5 64 60 W Sldwell (N.S W ) beat M Bonner (V ) 61 46 '6 1, 63 O Worthington (NSW) beat M Rose (V ) 64 63 4 6 6 8 6 2 J Bromwich (NSW) beat H Hopman (V ) 6 3 6 1 6 4 C Long (V ) bent M Newcombe (SA) 6-0 6 0 6 2 O Brown (NSW) bent K McGregor (V ) 6 1 6 2 6 2 T Warhurst (S A ) bett J Crawford (NSW) 86 57 57 1210 63 MFN'S DOUBLES, ELIMINATION ROUND-R Hiwton and R Hone (NSW) beat R Cock and P Clements (SA) 6 4 6 1 6 4 WOMEN'S SINGLES -Second Round Mrs N Bolton (V ) beat Miss O ÍLn Uns (NSW) 61 62 Mrs R Baker (S A ) beat Miss J Fitch (NSW) 63 6 4 Miss D Whittaker (V ) beat Miss C Procter (NSW) 6-4 61 Miss D Hart (USA) bent Miss D Moran (V ) 6 3 6 2 Mrs S New combe (SA) beat Mrs H Hopman 5 7 6 3 6 0 Mrs M Long (NSW) beat Mis« B Manee (V ) 6 2 6 1 Mrs K Hawlon (NSW) beat Miss P Parkin son (V ) 6 2 6 4 Miss M Toomey (Vic ) beat Miss E Ashford (NSW) 4-6 62 64 MIXE...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949

INCUNATOk PIAL fo&SJ-c ,. ^K-?> of~- ¿*-«-<^<-£_- # PHILIPS model 115 ¿¿-*ze Sw . THE MOST OUTSTANDING DEVELOPMENT YET EVOLVED FOR METAL PROTECTION JENSON & NICHOLSON'S METALÍUM LIQUID ARMOUR PAINT penetrates tho pores of the metal . . . inhibits rust . . . stops corrosion at the source! MET ALIUM is tough, elastic, impenetrable; supersedes anti-corrosive paints. Pro- tects up to 800 sq. ft par gallon. Supplied in Red, Grey, Seale Grey, Terra Gotta, Tuscan, Fadeless Green, Silver and Black. All colours ideal for roofs -& from which drinking water is collected, excepting Grey which contains lead. DISTRIBUTORS! PAUL & GRAY PTY. LTD.-, 82-84 Sussex Street, Sydney JAMES SANDY PTY; LTD., 268-270 George St., Sydney OBTAINABLE FROM ALL QUALITY PAINT STORES MANU FACTU Bl O BY JENSON&NICHOLSON IAUST.) PTY. LTD.. ALEXANDRIA. N.5.W. (moat LONDON CALCUTTA JOHANNESBURG Best fruy of any truck IS BRITISH Bedford Compare the prices! 3...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Labour Wins Vic. By-election [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949

Labour Wins I Vic. By-election MELBOURNE, Saturday. Labour retained the Prahran seat in the Victorian Legislative I Assembly at a by-election held to-day. With only about 950 postal and declaration votes to come, the Labour candidate, Mr. Frank Crean, led his Liberal opponent, Mr. Martin Smith, by 842 votes when counting ceased to-night. The figures were: Crean, 10,997; Smith, 10,155. The Prahran seat in the Vic- torian Legislative Assembly was held by the late Mr. W. Quirk.

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Cricko Details [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949

Cricko Details Juntzen. 212, beat Ga>larks, 116 (J Gribble 45-30, n o ) Shamrocks. 64 (A Bonsficld 23, M Ireland 5-20), beat John Sands, 31 CR Pont 11, E Rey- nolds 6-8) Belmore Seniora, 49 and 4-26 O Zahra 22, L George 5 19), beat Banksia, 54 and 20 d' Murph} 10-26, L George 10) Mick Simmons, 47 and 90 (J Hogan 27, J Tox 5-17), v Banksia Jnr, 52 and 34 (J Gilbert 14, R Coomber 6 25) Leichhardt Fern- leigh, 9» and 1-13 (M Bclgrc 26, B Tower 29, no, G tills 4 36). beat Warutahs, 56 and 54 (L Quinn 19, N Doran 12, D Graham 8 40, M Muir 3-25) Wattle SporK Club, 117. beat Guildford, 22 and 55 Dominoes, 37 and 46 (M Stone 14, M Grant 11), bot Kookaburras, 28 and 53 (S Court land 24, J McDonild 15) Sunbeams. 50 and 3-33 <M Bowden 19, G Murray 6 42) v Selby Shoes No 1, 41 and 41 (G Murruj 13. r Kelly 11, H Arrlghl 9 32) Mo'lemistlcs, 86 (A Kllllby 16, M Marshall 16, D Kennedy 16), v Sel rty Mun.» No 2 41 ann 4l ui Wuj start 14, Lenton 10 22) Joyces, 82 and 6-77 CE Cawlcy 33 a...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
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Interest Is Keen In Titles [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949

Interest Is Keen In Titles From JOHN BROMWICH, Davis Cup player, Australian champion in 1946, Wimbledon runner-up last year. ADELAIDE, Saturday. - Considerable import- ance and interest attached to the singles encounters between Geoff Brown and Ken McGregor, George Worthington and Mervyn Rose, and Adrian Quist and Clive Wilderspin in the Australian champion- ships here to-day. McGregor and Rose are our outstanding younger players, and-looked upon as possible 'Davis Cup representatives of the future. Wilderspin is by far the best junior in Australian tennis and against the Australian champion, Adrian Quist, he had the oppor- tunity to show how far he has progressed in the last year. Perhaps the best way to de- scribe Wilderspin is that he is impetuous and inexperienced. His weaknesses are the forehand vol- ley, which he tries to push over instead of stabbing, and faulty balance when smashing and serv- ing, i Brown and Worthington, fight- ing for a place in Australia's 1949 Davis Cup ...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Speedboat In 50 m.p.h. Smash [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949

Speedboat In 50 m.p.h. Smash In the third heat of the First Speedboat Handicap, held by the Royal Motor Yacht Club at Port Hacking yesterday, Wolf, driven by J. Page, hit a submerged object at 50 m.p.h. and sank. RESULTS: First Speedboat Handicap (I Greig Trophy)-1st heat Wolf (J Page), 1, Male SIctar Ü Pellslnw), 2. Destiny (K rrante). 3 2nd heat Wolf (J Page) 1, Fast Lue (M and K Copperfield). 2, Skim (H Waltern), 3 3rd heat Mou« (G Leigh). 1, Jan (J. Jordan), 2. Des tinv (K. Tränte) 3 Score WoK. 210 Mouse. 135, Destiny. Fnst Light, Mak Sictar 110 each Cruiser Puint-score Handicip (Il R Smith Troph>)-1st heat Manllnn (H Hayman), 1, Miss Jean (R McCillum), 2, Lomar (J Goldman and A Reed) 1 2nd heat Mcldawn II (Commodore W licit), 1 Pim Pat (J Henil) 2, Miss Jean (R McCallum). 1 Score Miss Jean 125, Marillian and Meldawn, 110 each Second Speedboat Points Score Handicap (C. Kopsen Troph}).-1st heat Maksiccar (J Bcllshaw), 1 Jan (J Jordan) 2, Mouse (G Leigh), 1 2nd heat Maksiccar (...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
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ATTACK WEAK [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949

ATTACK WEAK Although it used six bowlers, Glebe lacked sting in its attack against Randwick batsmen at Jubilee Oval Randwick made 253 on a slow and easy wicket After the first two wickets went for 45 skipper J Chegwyn be came Randwick s sheet anchor Scoring with crisp and well timed shots all round the wicket and driving with great power and freedom he put on 66 m 94 minutes He hit six fours Highlight of the match was the breez) pirtncrship by bowlers Joe Hadley and George Powell for the seventh wicket Slow googly bowler N Fiston cleaned up the till end eis finishing with five for 84 oil 15 overs Glebe s ground fielding was faulty but in the TIT thc> were excellent There wcie sevcnl fine cuches, ^.including two bj Burgess RANDWICK First Innings W SOUTH c Casey b Smith 1 W COLE lb b Mo cs 23 J CHEGWYN c Burgess b Easton 66 \\ DONALDSON c Moses b Easton 2< A BURT c Bowden b Easton 4 W ELLISON b Parsons 15 G POWELL c Burgess b FaMon 38 J HADLEY not oil 69 I TREANOR b Elst...

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Aggressive Openers [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949

Aggressive | Openers Openers George Deb nam and Ron Briggs gave Marrickville an excellent start against Mosman at Mosman Oval. Debnam was particularly aggressive and his 50, which included six fours and two sixes, took 65 minutes. The partnership was worth 90. Briggs, who was more suBdued. was also dismissed at 507 He batted 90 minutes. The scoring rate slackened when O'Reilly, a leg-spinner, took over the attack. . In his first four overs-all maidens-he took two wickets, including Australian wicketkeeper Ron Saggers. W. Gibson brought tempo back into the batting with a hard-hit 50 in 72 minutes. He hit six fours and a six. With Amson, he added 63 in 45 minutes for the sixth wicket. MARRICKVILLE. i First Innlnxs.. R. BRIGGS, c Coates, b O'Reilly . 50 G. DEBNAM, c Coates, b Hole 50 . J. WALKER, c Mccauley, b Gulliver . \. 28 R. SAGGERS, c and b O'Reilly 3 J. GIFFEN, c Coates, b Hole . 26 W. GIBSON, c Edmonds b Gulliver . 50 R. AMSON, not out . 52 F. JOHNSTON, not out . l8 SUNDRIES .....

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FORECASTS (for 24 hours from 6 a.m.). [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949

I FORECASTS (for 24 hours from 6 a.m.). I CITY: Isolated showers, light rain in morn- ing. Moderate SE to E winds. N.S.W.: Isolated showers over central coast and tablelands. Otherwise fine, with moderate to warm day temperatures. Moderate SE to E winds. Slight to moderate seas.

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LUCKY MORRIS [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949

LUCKY MORRIS International Arthur Morris won the toss for the tenth time in. success- ion at Hurstville*yesterday. He has won the toss in each of the six Shield matches this season and four times in grade St George was dismissed for 230 due to fine bowling by R Gidde> Giddcy took six for 67 off 16 6 overs St George's 19 year old colt, Les Favell played a fine innings, top scoring with 56 in 95 mm utes This followed his 117 in the previous round against Peter sham A Byrne also batted well for 51 He has now topped 558 runs for the season * Scores - ST GI-ORGF Fir»! Innings A MORRIS L and b I culford 19 R MOSS si Mindi b Pettiford 27 R DUBEDAT b Gidde\ 14 L TAN ni t Werne b Clddes 56 A in RNt c Tickle to Giddcy 51 A DEW ES b Giddcy 2 R I ONG BOTTOM c lush b Pettiford 1 K JACKSON b Wearne 32 E FLETCHER st Mendl b Glddcs 5 E LA1DLEB c Wearne b Glddcs 0 K LANG not out 0 Sundries 23 Tolal 210 BonlinB J G 1 ush O IR R Tickle 0 24 R Giddcs 6 67 J Pettiford 1 70 R Werner 015 G Wearne 1 M G...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Coloured Runner Says He Was "Let Down" [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949

Coloured Runner Says He Was "Let Down" The coloured Panamanian runner Lloyd La Beach pro- tested after the running of the 220 yards Australian Champ ionships at the Sports Ground yesterday that his starting block had slipped. He said the clerk of the course had let him down. La Beach ran third to Herb McKenley (Jamaica) and John Bartram (Vic). He ran past a bunch of broad- casters shouting: "The starting block! The starting block!" As he continued to gesticulate, a few spectators in the "hill" stand mildly hooted him and cried: "Why don't you play the game." La Beach said after the race: "The starting block lifted right up and I could not get away properly. "1 took a long time to get balanced, and I could not main- tain my run after McKenley. "The clerk of the course let me down. He should never have allowed the starting block to be like that. It is terrible to lose a race that way." FALSE START La Beach was not actually "left" at the start; but he seemed unbalanced, and after a few...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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In This Issue [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949

In This Issue News: Home and Foreign, pp. 1, 3, 4, 6. Pictures, p. 5. Women, pp. 16,17,-18. Sport: Turf, pp. 19, 20, 21, 22. Athletics, p. 23. Cricket, p. 24. Bowls, p. 23. Golf, p. 25. Ossie Pickworth, p. 26. Billy Cook, p. 25. Editorial: Leading Article, "What is Wrong With Aus- tralia?" Candid Com- ment, Casual Converse, Cartoon, p. 2. Features: Spotlight on World Affairs, pp. 7, 8, 9. Wide-World, p. 10. Week In Politics, p. 10. Book Club, p. 12. Music, Theatre, .p. 13. Religion, p. 14. Radio Details, p. 14. Finance, p. 15. Magazine: Fashions, Special Articles, Films, Medicine, Gardening, Cooking, Short Story, Crossword. "Playtime": Comics, Competitions, Puzzles, Serial, and Story.

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Week On 'Change Share Market Receives Set-back [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949

Week On 'Cliange Share Market Receives Set-back "I^EW Year's upswing of the -*-^ market received a check at mid-week, and Friday's closing saw an uncertain tone. The ordinary share index, after an uninterrupted rise of 3.21 points since the beginning of the month, flattened Wednes- day, and recorded small succès sivc falls for the last three days of the week. This coincided willi announce- ment of actual and prospective basic wage increases, while criti cal comments about inflation by Professor Copland unsettled in- vestors. Commonwealth Bonds bear- ing interest from 31- to 4 p.c. had strong support on rumours that the Commonwealth Government's new loan may'be floated at 3 ^p.c. Retail stores continued to re- cover from recent/ depressed levels, notably Buckingham's and Farmers. Barriers weakened after i rising strongly earlier in the month, but finished the week with a firm tone. Shares in companies, whose supplies of domestic lead should improve, were sought at higher levels. In p...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FINANCIAL REVIEW Who Does Not Need Relief From High Taxes? Big Burden Falls On Mid-incomes By THE FINANCE EDITOR [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949

FINANCIAL REVIEW i _ _ / s Who Does Not Need Relief From High Taxes? Big Burden Falls On Mid-incomes .-.- i By THE FINANCE EDITOR REALLY worthwhile cuts in taxation arc generally expected, because this is elec- tion year. All-round relief is urgently needed, as rising prices and incomes cancel out benefits from previous tax reductions, sparingly . granted. But will the public again be disappointed? An electorally bold Treasurer might not relax his grip on pay envelopes any more than he has done in the past. Many people in middle-income groups are in distress. The buying powcr of their more or less fixed incomes is being depleted by wage and price inflation. Even wage-earners and others who have had their incomes in- creased are feeling the pinch, as they rise above exemption limits and enter the steeper ranges of tax rates. Now the Commonwealth budget is balanced. Records for tax collections fall like ninepins, as one year succeeds another. Revenue, instead of loans, is being used" ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949

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Graduate Will Fly To U.S. To Marry Graduate [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949

Graduate Will Fly To U.S. To Marry Graduate A/TISS VALDA SCALES will .? * leave for America in May to marry Mr. O. Kenpthorne, ic search professor of Statistics at Iowa State College, Ames, Iowa, where Miss.Scales'obtained her M.Sc. in agricultural economics last year. Miss Scales, who returned to Sydney in December, is the elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Scales, of Coogee. She gained her B.Sc. at Sydney University in J!M4, and then went to Manila and China for an agricultural sur- vey with UNRRA. She planned to study for her doctorate of science in England " when she.completed her course at Iowa University, but has now de- cided in favour of writing a book on the, Australian aspect of in- ternational trade. Her fiance is the second son, of Mr. and Mrs. C. Kenpthorne, of Cornwall, England, and gained his M^A. in mathematics at Cam- bridge.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949

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Beauty Need Not Be All Animation THE WOMAN'S VIEWPOINT [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949

Beauty Need Not Be AU Animation THE WOMAN'S VIEWPOINT \\THAT: type of beauty * does a man really ad- mire? I've been wondering since I have seen some of the recent French films. We usually think of the typical Frenchwoman as. full of ani-" marion, her face, her hands .talking for her as well as her voice. ' - Certainly, the -male French actor fulfils this ideal. But Arletty in "Les Enfants du Para- dis," the blind girl in "Pastoral Symphony," and the heroine of "The Die Is Cast" have had that static, composed,, almost im- mobile, face, which shows its emotions so quietly and.subtly and leaves you watching the sheer loveliness of its features. . Do our men fall for this type? I find with the yoting males that they look first at the figure and then plump for intelligence animation, vitality, and thal in- tangible something which is not necessarily smart dressing, but the art of putting on clothes. Sheer beauty of feature docs not seem to mean much. How about our more mature male obser...

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