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In This Issue [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 20 February 1949
,----. In This Issue j News: Home and Foreign, pp. 1, 3, 4, 5. Pictures, p. 5. Women, pp. 12,13,14. Sport: Turf News, pp. 15,16, .17, l8. Athletics, p. 19. Cricket, p. 20. Bowls, p. 19. Golf, p. 21. Swimming, p. 21. Ossie Pickworlh, p. 22. Billy Cook, p. l8. Alan Kippax, p. 22. Editorial: Lea ding Article, Can- did Comment, Casual Converse, Tragic Story of Steel, Cartoon, p. 2. Features: Spotlight On World Affairs, pp. 7, 8, 9. Wide-World, p. 6. Week In Politics, p. 6. Book Club, p. 10. Music, Theatre, p. 10. New Films, p. 10. Religion, p. 11. Radio Details, p. 11. Finance, p. 11. Magazine: Fashions, Special Articles, Films, Medicine, Garden- ing, Cooking, Short Story, Crossword. "Playtime" Comics, Competitions, Puzzles, Serial, and Story. Competition Result p. 5 (News Section).
This Fig Tree Is Safe [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 20 February 1949
This Fig Tree Is Safe The Lord Mayor, Alder- man E. C. O'Dca, was given (his small fig tree as a birth- day present on Thursday. He said: "I may not he able to save the Hyde Park tree, but this one will be safe. I'll arrange for it io be planted in one of our parks, but it won't be anywhere near a memorial this time." A protest meeting will he held in the Domain .this afternoon.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 20 February 1949
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LORD INCHCAPE AT PARTY [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 20 February 1949
LORD INCHCAPE AT PARTY 1 ORD INCHCAPE, MRS. DONALD MACKAY and the HON. ALAN MACKAY were among the guests at a party last i night given by Mr. and Mrs. B. Foggon, at Prince's. Others in the party were Mrs. Alan Mackay, Mr. and Mrs. G. R. I Rickards, Colonel and Mrs. P. Reeve, Miss Marie Millington' ! | Drake, Lord Inchcape's cousin, and Mr. Donald Mackay. 1 Lord Inchcape and Miss Millington-Drake will be in Sydney I for a further two weeks before returning to England. They I will break their journey in India. - ¡i i ?
Players Have Picnic Meet Before Games [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 20 February 1949
Players Have \ Picnic Meet Before Games POLOCROSSE players and followers unofficially opened their 1949 season with a picnic meeting at the Ingleburn Horse and Pony Show yesterday. After the show events players from the six metropolitan clubs took part in chukkas from which a representative team was chosen to play in the first polocrosse match to be seen at the Easter Show. Five members ' for the Metro- politan Ladies' team which will play.the South Coast Ladies' team at the Show were chosen yester- day: Mrs., Tom Kelly, Misses Pat i McKee, June Court, Noreen Moore, and Pam Bolton. The team finally will consist of six players and one reserve, and the sixth member will be either Mrs. Edward Hirst or Mrs. Ma.\
Filly May Be Named After Analyst [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 20 February 1949
Filly May Be Named After Analyst The A.J.C. chairman, Mr. Alan Potter, may race his newly bought New Zealand bred filly as Jean. Mr. Potier is known to favour simple names for racehorses. Moreover, his friends point out thal the AJ.C. analyst is Miss Jean Kimble, and that the A.J.C. i« engaged on a ruthless campaign again«! doping. Mr Pottei once named a horse The Tiger when his friend. Hie late P O Iones, was nicknamed h bookmakers "The Tiger." be- cause of his sorties in the betting rino Mr Potter's filly, by Ruthless. »a&lt; bought at recent yearling ¡ales at Trentham (N.Z.).
CHANGES BRING TRAINER LUCK [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 20 February 1949
CHANGES BRING TRAINER LUCK Trainer Gordon.Brown, who prepared Upright, winner of the Campsie Mixed Stakes yesterday at Canterbury, has an out- standing record with horses transferred from other stables. At least 12 he has secured in these circumstances have won for him. Brown, who formerly trained trotters, is regarded as one of the best conditioners of stayers hold- ing a trainer's licence. Recalling past successes yester- day, Brown said he bad won with the first trotter he had ever started in a race, driving the horse himself; he had also won with the last trotter he had ever driven, and he had won with the first galloper he had ever trained. This galloper, Dainty Toy, raced at A.R.C. meetings. "He was engaged in a race over four and a'half furlongs." Brown said. "It was regarded as well-nigh impossible to win from number 24 harrier position, which was drawn, so we did not invest much money*. "Neverlhclcss Dainty Toy over- came the disadvantage and dead heated." Brown trained the...
COMMENT BY THE SPORTS STAFF [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 20 February 1949
[COMMENT HY THESPORTS STAFF \ REPEAT tour of Aus ft tralia by a South African Soccer side will not satisfy the «rçent need of a visit here by i first-class British team. It is 24 v ears since an Eng- lish professional team played mAiishaha; 12 jears since the Enalisli amateurs «ere here. \i> Australian team has fen tn I ngland. This is a bad retord, par Warlv when viewed along- ad» lho&lt;;e of Rugbj League mil Rughv Union. Australia las Hie Soccer talent; it should ml be allowed to stagnate. With thousands of migrants ¡mving from Europe, the code kis enviable prospects. It can «coi er from the doldrums, .sil an earlj tour by a British Professional side would do Buch to that end. + * + LUESTERN AUSTRALIA ' ^on the Sheffield Shield a its first season of competi 101) That was last season, when We of the eastern States had "ding plavers unavailable be a"se of Tests against the Mian touring team. The Perth team's supporters «came a little over confident This season Western Au...
M. VALLEY PRICES: TOTE [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 20 February 1949
I iff. VALLEY PRECES: TOTE .*' - ? . -i. Placer) Horse». FIRST WARROOK TRIAL H'W'GHT. Started 1.2. FOXACRE High Mark Yullarra w. Williamson G. West K. Lambert &lt;£sri * s d 9/116« J » 6 RETURN .lung Bahadur Prince Stuart A. Moon D. McDonald iE. Sellers 6/4 0 11 6 CHARKHA Sun Chick Rover's Mark .1. Purtell W. Williamson A. Breasie? 9/4 0 1« « I) 6 6 ST. COMEDY Boghasi Macshaw J. Purtell i. Slhhen A. Ward ROCKET GUN Lord Clise Damon W. Williamson .1. Purtell N. McGrowdfe COMIC COURT Carbon Copy Attley J. Purtell A. Breasley N. McGrnwdle Í/1 0 l8 6 MOHANDAS Porlolitha Btrnarlow Sam Martin L. Loll G. West 7/2 1 7 « TEARO sn.K Colin Golden Gem D. Cameron »V. A. Smith A. Rreasley 33/1 17 11 7/1 13/1
Week On 'Change Reduction In Prices [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 20 February 1949
Week On 'Change Reduction In Prices ¡TENDING the week with an -*-' easier tone, the market gave an impression of making a com- mensurate "adjustment to recent oversea price falls. At 178.83, the index for ordi- nary shares had fallen below the January opening level for the first time, thus recording the lowest point this year. Total loss for the week was 2.05 points, compared with a fall of .89 point the previous week.' The index for banks and pas- toral shares showed a slight im- provement over the period, but retail stores and industrial shares slipped back. B.H.P. displayed remarkable strength in the face of possible serious dislocations through a strike and, on Friday, rose 9d, although the issue was still some- what clouded. A.G.L. WEAKENS . Aust. Gas shares fluctuated widely because of adverse reports on the industry, and it was feared in some quarters that the com- pany might not even pay 5 p.c. However, ' final dividend an- nouncement at week's end brought some assurance. Sh...
Some Hints About INVESTMENTS By The Finance Editor [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 20 February 1949
Some Hints About ^_JNVESTMENTS_, ¡By The Finance Editor EASY money days are be- coming a memory, but why all this talk of depression? Rising wages and other costs are a headache, 1 know. Most firms are put on their mettle to increase efficiency. Some may even take the count. Basically, however, this country has a great future. Migrants, pouring in, could quickly trans- form the labour situation. What does it matter if oversea prices do fall a bit? The man on the land is not gaining so much, after Mr. Chifley takes his slice. Oversea reserves are stronger than ever. The country can "quickly be insulated from a slump abroad. Public works totalling £569 million are in reserve to Sustain consumers' demands, if terrific arrears of housing and city building were not enough. . . . DOND rate still stands. The 2 ?*-* per cent, short-dated part of the April £120 million cash and conversion loan helps to offset re- payment of the 21 per cent. Oc- tober maturity six months before due date. Inst...
A Barometer Of Week's Share Moves RISES [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 20 February 1949
A Barometer Of Week's Share Moves RISES I Til W eck s Sole Rise Beale and Co 27/ 1/ D M ilchell 9/ Id Swift .>(,! 19 B H South 49/6 1/ Austral N7 4/9 1/9 FALLS I ml T\ eck s Sile I-nll Aust Gas A £6/->/ 6/ do B £5/1«/ 6/6 A Hordern 24/9 /9 Bitumen and OH 25/ 2/ Bloch and Gerber . 12/9 Id Caldwell s ->S/6 1/ Ted Br Ens 8/ /« General Industries 12/6 1/3 \l Clirk 9/10 Id Milne Browne 14/3 1/3 RM Coni-rcic IR7 /9 Thlrlwcll and McK ">V3 1/3 do m.\\ Dec pd 24/ \l\ Mew 11 H 42/ V North B H 81/6 2/ Aust Amale M 6 /9 S Btdor 41/9 2/1 Tiblchnd 1 in 2 V 1/ Oil SLirch 6/S n P Apmaipi S/4 /5 HOW LEADERS FARFD Closing Market ^ -trillion Tooth 7S/9 Up fid ACI 55/ Down 1/3 do con 29/1 Vi Down 1/4V4 British Tobacco 50/6 Down 1/6 B H P S7 6 Uo 9d Burns Philp 77/6 b 78/ s Steady CSR £60% Down 15/ Electro Zinc 74/ Down 1/3 H> Jones 68/ b Down !/ and 69/ J weak on quo tatton
Tax Expert Tells: Less Tax For M.P.s? [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 20 February 1949
Tax Expert Tells: Less Tax For M.P.s? T-TOW is it possible for us to -*- f have bigger and better taxes if the members of Parliament have to suffer them? This is the great stumbling block, as I see it, to using high taxation to combat inflation. Inflation can be stopped in two ways. One way is to increase pro- duction. The apostles of plenty believe that there would be greater incentive to work if taxes were lowered. ' ' The other way is to -reduce demand by taking away the in- comes of the people. The apostles of misery believe that this is best achieved by high taxa- tion. I belong to the second school. I am all for bigger and better taxes. I thrive on them. The members should bringa to this high task a mind completely untrammelled by personal con- siderations. It is too much to ask any man to impose proper taxes on a community when-he also is called upon to pay them. There exists at present a slight J. A. L. GUNN, the writer of this article, is the well-known tax consultant and '...
Your Radio To-day [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 20 February 1949
- Your Radio To-dav - RELIGION: 9.30: 2FC. Catholic. Clayfield. Qld. 10.30: 2GB. Liberal Catho- lic. 11.0: 2BL,' Anglican. St. John's. Canberra. U.O: 2CH, Church of Christ, Burwood. 11.0: 2SM, High Mass, St. Mary's. 3.30: 2BL, Talk by Rev. George MacLeod. 4.30: 2CH, Lutheran Session. 5.30: 2BL, For Children. 6.05: 2SM, Sacred Heart Session. 6.30: 2FC, Hymn Singing. 7.15: 2BL, Plain Christianity Rev. J. Stuckey. 7.15: 2CH, Angli- can, St. Andrew's Cathedral. PLAYS: 4.10: 2FC, "Drawing Room," by Thomas Browne (George Randall, Shiela Sewell. Patricia Crocker). 8.0: 2GB, "The Yearling," drama (John Sand,s. Georgie Sterling, Ray ,Hartley). 8.0: 2UW. "They Walk Alone." drama (Lyndall Barbour). 9,15: 2BL, "The Man Born-To Be King"-"A Certain Nobleman" (B.B.C.). « TALKS: 8.15: 2TJE, C. Honcyncl'd, Agricul- ture. 10.5: 2BL, George Farwell, Book Review. 2.0: 2FC, Reginald Kirby, "The Tragedy of Punch." 3.0: 2CH, Forum of the Air. 6.30: 2BL, Qual itj Street: Neil Hutchison, "The Thinking Reed....
RELIGION AND LIFE Thoughtless Speech Is Deadly [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 20 February 1949
I RELIGION AND UFE I Thoughtless Speech Is Deadly By Father Freeman Speech-one of God's greatest gifts lo man--is also one of the gifts thal is most abused. I am not speaking of faulty production, flattened vowels, nasal intonations. I am speaking rather of that USE of speech which is against moral order. As such, it is offensive lo God, and injurious to society-to you and me. LTT is disturbing, how often *? and how easily, reputations are injured or destroyed by uncharitable speech. All you need is a little infor- mal gathering, a few minutes to spare, and a reputation dies before your eyes. It is all so easy, so interesting-and so deadly. There's the studied innuendo implying so much more*than is morally justified. There's the gentle whisper, which spreads so quickly that it soon passes beyond recall. There's the reckless statement, so effective because expressed so boldly. And there's the downright calumny which is so spectacular that it must, simply must, be passed on. By these ...
Canterbury Course Suits Lucky Escape [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 20 February 1949
Canterbury Course Suits Lucky Escape Lucky Escape proved himself a Canterbury spec- ialist in winning the Flying Handicap (7£f) at the track yesterday. Two of Lucky Escape's pre vious wins had been at Can- terbury. Yesterday's was his most im- portant success. The gelding's other wins at Canterbury were a Mixed Stakes and a Welter Handicap, both over six furlongs. . Because his recent form had not been encouraging, trainer E. Hush was not very keen on Lucky Escape's chance yester- day. At his previous run Lucky escape was a fair sixth to Circus Boy last Saturday in a Randwick welter event. Mr. Vince O'Reilly, for whom Hush trains Transaction, took a bet of £.2,800' to £.200 from bookmaker Ken Ranger. I He said, however: "My.wager was little more than a saver. 1 lost £1,500 on Septet and £500 on Blue Tulip." .1. Waterhouse rode a well judged race on Lucky Escape. ? His 31b allowance reduced the gelding\s weight to 6st 121b. After holding second position behind Septet to the home turn...
Stable Followers Win £40,000 ANOTHER CLEAN-UP ON HUAMIGHT Course—S. P. Coup [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 20 February 1949
Stable Followers Win £40,000 ANOTHER CLEAN-UP ON HUAMIGHT \ _ Course-S. P. Coup By JOHN SCHOFIELD Backers closely connected with the Ferris stable landed bets totalling more than £40,000 when Hua might won the Frank Underwood Cup at Canterbury yesterday. It waa the second huge plunge landed by Huamight for stable backers, the first being in September, 1947, when he won the Spring Handicap at Randwick at 33-1. That win resulted in an A.J.C. inquiry which ended with Huamight and five racing identities being disqualified for a year. The win yesterday was Huamight's first since the disquali- fication. The 1947 coup succeeded at the expense of starting price operators,. who esti- mated their pay-out at £.100,000, but yesterday's commission was worked mainly at the course. Off - the - course bookmakers, however, were not overlooked in the plunge. Last night they reported substantial losses on the race. First substantial bet on Hua might at Canterbury was £.1,750 lo £500, taken by a close ...
Cup Hopes Fail Badly [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 20 February 1949
Cup Hopes Fail Badly MELBOURNE, Saturday. -Several Australian Cup candidates failed badly in the Mernda Handicap, won by the outsider Tcaro Silk, at Moonee Valley to-day. Dhutia, who had been third favounte for the Austialian Cup. started a solid favourite but could finish only fifth. Antares, another cup hope, aho was unplaced. Team Silk iccently h^J been beaten at Woodend. Mornington, and Kyneton, but finished strong- ly to day to win from Cohr). Colin had beaten the earh Australian Cup fapunte, Dash ing Beau at hi« obvious start. The dinner started at 33-1. |