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RACE PREMIERSHIPS JOCKEYS [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953
[RACE PREMIERSHIPS? JOCKEYS SYDNEY 1st G. Moore _ 27 N. Sellwood .. 18 W. Cook . 10 R. Sclkrig ... 9 W. Camer _ 8 A. Ward _ S N. McGrowdic 5 A. Mulley ... 4 B. Smith . 4 S. Cassidy ... 4 K. Davis _ 3 G. Podmore .. 2 W. Toohey ... 2 M. Maynard . 2 E. Doon . 2 W. Wade _ 2 MELBOURNE W. Williamson 18 I. Purtcll . 16 R. Hutchinson 9 R. Cameron .. 5 Sam Martin _ 4 R. Ball. 3 N. Sellwood .. 3 A. Burton .... 3 D. Paterson .... 3 W. A. Smith .. 3 R. Heather _ 3 N. Eastwood .. 3 29 6-10 30 0-9 62 13-27 16 5-12 37 2-21 42 5-10 33 7-18 59 3-32 28 4-12 44 40-40 21 1-25 2! 11-12 22 0-13 6 1-5 48 6-13 58 1-37 37 4-19 31 24-24 54 23-23 26 2-23 21 3-16 30 25-25 44 28-28 16 6-8 7 0-6 £1 Straight Ont Win £8 16 6 Lose 8 12 9 Lose 4 19 Win 200 2 6 Win 28 10 0 Lose ll 9 0 Lose 21 10 0 Lose 47 jt 0 Lose 1 lb 0 Lose 44 0 0 Win 12 lp 0 Lose 45 ip 0 Win rt) a Lose Win Win 19 io 85 0 6 UJ Win 4 Lose . . Lose 19 Win 18 Win 9 Lose 34 Lose 28 Win Win 4 T. Smith M. McCarlcn J. Green . E. Hush .. F. Allsop .. R. H...
Champions Show Paces [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953
Champions Show Paces World bantamweight champion Jimmy Car- ruthers and contender for ¡the title "Pappy" Gauit here display their favourite head punches in a series of speed camera action photo- graphs. Carruthers will de- fend his title against Gault at the Sydney Spoqts Ground on Nov- ember 13. Gault, in the top sériés, is demonstrating a hook, with the national welterweight champion George . Barnes his sparring partner. Carruthers, a south- paw, is showing a left to 'the head against Charlie Dunn. Each strip shows the quiche recovery of both ' mei after delivering theif blows, indicating . the r hallmark of a champion. Bjoth boxers will be at their peak condition wheti they meet. --1
gossip came a bad last FACT Correspondent [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953
gossip came a lad last FACT Correspondent 38' Noled American psycho mfkl Dr. Anna Daniels has published a sort of Kinsey 'jReport on women's emo iional needs. .1 The proportion of these ¿reeds, she says, are: I To love and be loved (21 ¡per cent.), children (15 per cent.), fashions (15 per cent.), -beauty (12 per cent.), friend piip (10 per cent.). ;1 Other lesser needs include food, reading, sports, physi ïal culture and housework. J Gossip, says the report, Jccounts for only 2.05 per ;*&nt. of women's needs, fe "This finding," comments Pr. Daniels, "is considered w by some observers and quires further checking."
At The St. Ives Show [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953
WtTfa Shaw Watching the ring events: MISS HERMIONE DICKSON, her mother, MRS. J. B. DICKSON (Edgecliff) MR. and MRS. A. GORDON, and (on the rail) MISSES ELIZABETH and MARGARET GORDON. Below: MR. and MRS. J. M. GEDYE, of Mosman, with their Irish setters, TATLOW TALLULAH and TATLOW TRUMP, which loere among 850 dogs exhibited. MISS ELIZABETH NETTLESHIP (Hunter's Hill), luith her hack and hunter, CHARLES- TON, toas among more than 1,500 entries in the horse events. Right: Misses Dul- cie and Jen- nifer Clark, of St. Ives, with their goats at the show. Right: JIM ARMITAGE (Gordon), DARIEN SCOTTk (Lindfield) and JANICE WILKINSON (Lind- field) prepare their dogs for the judges.
Honey Aids Flavour [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953
Honey Aids ' Flavour HONEY added io breads, cakes and biscuits to replace some of their sugar content improves thc flavour, according to specialists working for thc VS. Department of Agri- culture. The researchers found that: I . Honey improved thc colour, flavour and texture of most baked products. . It lengthened their shelf life and kept them moist longer. . Fruit cake made with honey had richer I flavour.
The girl in the cruiser FACT correspondent [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953
¡The girl in the cruiser FACT correspondent flf Charges against a wai fess of having illegal worn United Slates Na\ pniform have been droj fped by the U.S. Go\en lient. Thc slory behind the eas ! that sailor friends inducci oan Garrison, 18, to hav ¡pier hair cut short, wea 3sav.il uniform and stov ?Way in thc cruiser Los An iscles. i I '-She went aboard with sail pis returning from shore ?jea ve. I She hid behind a gun "mount and later in a bunk .lashed to a bulkhead. 'J At sea, the cruiser's guns ibegan blazing away at target /practice, terrifying thc girl. If She said: "Í saw a door ".With a sign. Danger. Do not tier. So I entered. "Thc captain acted real ¡3Dook up- I guess he wasn't s|ijscd to having a woman jiboard." ai;'The cruiser put straight iiàck io port. I.:: Announcing the dropping |pf the charges against the . 'girl, a Navy spokesman said Ithis week, "lt did not seem in the interest of justice to -fyoseciile."
Services Wait On State's 'Hopper Plans [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953
Services Wait On State's 'Hopper Plans The Prime Minister, Mr. Menzies, said last night Service leaders are "without a clue" to the action the State Government wants them to take to combat the grasshopper plague. Mr. Menzies said the Commonwealth would help immediately the State told it what aid was needed. He said: "1 received an appeal from the Premier. Mr. Cahill, and answered it with an offer of help from the three Services." Continuing, Mr. Menzies said: "The Minister for De- fence, Sir Phillip McBride, hiis alerted the three Ser- vices. "They are now waiting for some idea of what manpower, is required, of how it can best be used, and what special facilities are needed. "So far, the representa- tives of the three Services ap- pointed, for this particular assignment have received no information. In Touch "1 understand that the Premier has appointed the Minister for Agriculture, Mr. Graham, as his repre- sentative in the negotiations on the grasshopper problem. "1 know that the A...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953
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It's Different! Spiced Pear Fritters [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953
It's Different! Spiced JPcar Fritters HERE'S a nov dessert to set your taste buds working! Pear fritters with a sherry flavoured sauce arc delightful. 1 tin pears. About 2 tblspns. milk. 1 beaten egg. Cake, biscuit or breadcrumbs. Pinch cinnamon. Castor sugar. A little plain flour. Frying fat. Sauce: Pear juice. Arrowroot. 2 tblspns. sherry. Few drops cochineal. Method: Drain pears well, reserve syrup. Beat egg, add milk. Roll or dust pears with coating of flour to which cinnamon, sugar have been added. Dip in egg mixture, fine crumbs. Drop into boiling fat, fry until golden brown. Drain, sprinkle with a little icing sugar, serve willi sauce made ns follows: Bring pear juice to boil, colour with cochi- neal, thicken with diluted arrowroot. Stir until &lt;|iiitc clear. Add sherry-serve.
DEATH OF CRASH VICTIM [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953
DEATH OF CRASH VICTIM Frederick Barnes, 51, of | Park ' Street, Campsie, who was injured in a road smash late on Friday night, died in Ryde.' District Hospital yesterday, Barnes was a passenger in a semi-trailer which col- lided with thc rear of a stationary timber jinker in Pennant Hills Road. West Pennant Hills.
LIKED HIS MUSIC [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953
LIKED HIS Many stories have been told about Car- bine, Winner of the ,1890 Cup, but perhaps two of the best concern bis temperament. On one occasion he is reported to have got as far as the bandstand on 'his way to the post, but then refused to budge until the band played "Rule, Britan- nia." Another story recalls that he once refused to leave the enclosure for a race until the crowd had applauded him. There are no horses with Carbine's tem- perament running in Tuesday's Cup.
CUP[?] (Dis[?] First, £9,800[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953
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