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Mrs. Lancaster Suggests Use Cocoa For Chocolate [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 20 February 1949
Mrs. Lancaster Suggests Use Cocoa For Chocolate TPHE use of chocolate in cookery gives oppor- tunity Cor variety in cakes and puddings, bul as chocolate is expensive these days cocoa ie an excellent substitute. SOFT CHOCOLATE CAKL Ingredients: 54 oz. marga- rine. 1 cup castor sugar. f 1/3 cup brown sugaç. , 2i cups plain flour. 2 tablespoons cocoa. 1 teaspoon baking soda. 1 teaspoon butter. \i cups milk. Vanilla. Method: Mix cocoa with a little of the milk and pul on to boil with butter and brown sugar; allow to cool. Cream margarine,' gradually add castor sugar and cream- till fluffy and white - Add well-beaten cggf and vanilla. Sift dry ingredi ents two or three limes and add alternately with chocolate mix- ture, beating well after each is added. Bake 45 mins. in a moderate oven in an oblong tin about 9 inches by 2 inches deep. When cool spread with chocolate or fudge icing, and sprinkle with chopped nuts. BROWNIES Ingredients: 1 egg. ' U cups plain flour. i- level teaspoon soda. ...
CHESS: [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 20 February 1949
CHESS: By G. Koshnitsky THE lightning championship of N S W , held over from last yeai will he decided thi* afternoon at The Chess Aca demy, 219 Elizabeth Street. The 1948 contest resulted ii a tie among Lajos Steiner, whc won the play-off and the title G. Koshnitsky and M'. E. Gold stein. These three will again compete against the following R. Pikier, H. Klass, D. Cross- ley, D. L. Dixon, L. S. Fell G. I. Lay, R. F. Stalley and V A. Walsh. Five seconds a move will be- ttie rate of play, and the whole tournament will be completed during'the afternoon. Start ing time is 2 p.m. ONLY one week remains be fore the' closing date foi entries for inter-chib competi- tions. This year the grades will be A, A Reserves, B, and B Re- serves; taking the place of the old A, B, C, and C Reserves. Because of lack of city ac- commodation, most of tne matches will be played on the home and home basis. Thi> may inconvenience some play ers but should have a benefi :ial effect on suburban clubs. There...
MIGRANTS TO N.S.W. Few Complaints, Says Official [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 20 February 1949
MIGRANTS TO N.S.W. - > Few Complaints, Says Official Complaints by British people who took advantage of free and assisted passages were from less than one-half per cent., Mr. H. E. Best said yesterday. Mr. Best is secretary and direc- tor of the State Department of Tourist Activities and Immigra- tion. "Investigations showed that dis- satisfaction arose from domestic upsets, frequently where accom- modation was shared with other families," Mr. Best said.
SNOWY RIVER PLAN DOOMS VILLAGE Jindabyne Must Find New Site [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 20 February 1949
SNOWY RIVER PLAN DOOMS VILLAGE Jindabyne Must Find New Site The Snowy River scheme will mean the doom of Jindabyne-a pretty snow country village of 270 people, a hotel, a couple of stores, and 60 houses. , For Jindabyne lies in the valley which will become the Jindabyne dam-:-a vast artificial lake which will irrigate four million acres of land along the Murrumbidgee and help to provide water-power to generate more electricity than N.S.W. and Vic- toria now produce together.
RED CROSS APPEAL Blood Needed [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 20 February 1949
RED CROSS APPEAL Blood Needed The Red Cross blood trans- fusion service is concerned at the sudden falling off in the attendance of donors at the George Street, city, blood bank. Last week t daily- attendances averaged 120 to 130 donors, instead of the necessary 150 to 160. The publicity officer of the ser- vice, Miss J. King, yesterday appealed to donors who have been rostered for attendance next week to try to keep their appoint- ments. , I She said: "Continuous enrol- ment of new donors is urged, and ' intending volunteers are asked to call at the centre in George Street any week-day."_ J
HUGE LAKE WILL FORM [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 20 February 1949
HUGE LAKE WILL FORM Over the village will surge 174,000 million gallons of water-much more than the combined capacitv of the five great dams which serve the whole of Sydney and the Illawarra district-Cataract, Cordeaux, Avon, Nepean, and Woronora. Government officers of the N.S.W. Water Conservation Com- mission have already surveyed three tites for a new Jindabyne. The Government will build the new village and move the residents there. But even before the waten lap over the present site of Jindabyne the construction of the dam will bring a great change in the lives of its people that will last for at least a generation. Jindabyne is a sleepy village, lying on the slope of the main Kosciusko range. The snow-fed waters of two rivers pass by its front door. But with the coming of the dam that quiet will be transformed into the clamour of a great construc- tion undertaking. A mushroom township will overshadow it. This will house I the hundreds of workmen, tech- nicians, and their famil...
MORT COHEN GETS 5-72 [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 20 February 1949
MORT COHEN GETS 5-72 Following their failure against Universiu the pre%i ous week, Paddington did well to dismiss the students for 189 D Meagher was the onl> batsman to pla> the Paddington bowling with any confidence He scored a patient 49 Mort Cohen agam dominated the Paddington bowling and finished with fi\e for 72 Scores - ITNTVERSm First Innings F DE CAR\AHLO b Cohen J H LE.MERTZ b Cohen 2 N EMERY c See b Clarke "0 R CAWSEY c Pinch b Cohen 10 D MEAGHER c Griffen b F!>nn 49 R BEARD c See b Cohen 0 R CHR1STOFAN1 c Flockton b Clarke 19 D EMERY c Flockton b Flynn l8 P MOLLOY b Cohen "9 D HAMLIN not out 12 E. THEW lb» b FUnn 12 Sundries 13 Toul ~1S9 Bowlin,. J Clarke * if" M Cohen S-72 T Cotton 0-P B Flynn 3-41 PADDINGTON First Innings J BROWN not out 13 J CUMMINS not out j4 Sundries 2 No wickets for 49 Bowling D Hamlin 0-17 E The» 0-12 R Cawsey 0-J R. Chnstofani 0-lj
Bowlers Save West After Collapse [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 20 February 1949
Bowlers Save West After Collapse Western Suburbs lost six wickets for 68 against Mosman at Mosman Oval yesterday, and had nine out for 127, but a fighting last wicket stand by Woolmer and Rus Hill rescued the side. They put on a \aluable 64 runs in 39 minutes Woolmer made 49 of the part- nership to take his score to 71 made in 98 minutes, with 11 fours West earlv in the afternoon had looked like collapsing for less than 100, despite a hard hitting fourth wicket stand of 41 in 24 minutes by Minter and Crossan Gulliver dismissed both bats men with successive balls, and Bowden ran himself out Three wickets then had fallen for the addition of one run Brown and Woolmer added 34 runs in 38 minutes for the sev enth wicket, before Brown was run out on the last ball before the tea adjournment A section of the crowd hooted the umpires decision, but Gulli ver's return to the bowler's end was unexpected by batsman Brown who failed to ground his bat and was git en out Mosman openers, Horsfield a...
Minor Grades SECOND GRADE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 20 February 1949
Minor Grades SECOND GRADE. Petersham, 5-315, v Northern Dis- tricts. Western Suburbs, 342, v Randwick. C Cumberland. 164, \ Bal- main. 7-101: Glebe. 7-322, ^ Marrickville. N Svdnej, 261. v Gordon, 0-26 Paddington. US. > Manl>. 4-95. THIRD GRADE. Western Suburbs 3-105. v Petersham. 99 and 0-25. Cumberland. tS3. » Bal- main. 2-31 N Syánt\. 26S. t Glebe. 6-21. St. George. 246. v Marrickville. 2-31: Gordon. 256. > Waverles. S-5S, University. 110. v Mosman. 9-S6 Randwick. 265. v Paddington, 2-21. FOURTH GRADE. Petersham. 77. » Western Suburbs. 6-234. Paddmjrton. 145. \ Balmain. 6-45. Randwick-, 97. \ Glebe, 6-S7. St George, S6. v Mosman, 0-IS North Sydney. S-'67. r Waverley; Cumberland. 231. v University. 1-26. GOLF OFFICIAL RETIRES. -Kogarah Golf Club secretary for 19 years, Mr. R. M. Reilly, has resigned. He will return to the club after a holiday as a player only. i
SCOREBOARD FOR G.P.S. FIRST ROUND KING'S v SYDNEY HIGH KING'S. First Innings. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 20 February 1949
(SCOREBOARD FOR G.P.S. FIRST ROUND KING'S v SYDNEY HIGH " K1>G-S. First Innings. G CRIPPS c kins b CnMofanl 7 P RAFFIN c and b Mark 12 W FARQUHAR c Kin? b Mark 0 H PRELL b Walsh 3 N ROM ALIS b Cnstofani 6 M ROTH ^ Banwell b Kmf 12 J STACY c Kin,, b Cnstofani S N RALL c DWon b Cnstofani 21 P FENW ICKË run out S T WHITTLE c Shepherdson b Cnstofani 6 J KENNET not out 12 Sundries 22 Total 117 Bo» lin« W Mark 2 1" W Fletcher 0-9 A Walsh 1-6 G Kins 125 C Cristoiani - 0 J Boiler 0 13 I SÎDNE* HIGH I First Innincs W FLETCHER b Whittle 0 k DVSON st Staçv b Trell 26 J BOSLER c Whittle b Trell 15 F BANW ELL c Trell b Fen »icke 38 \ CHRISTOFAM c Cripps b Farquhar 6 A W ALSH c Trell b WhilUe 2 G KING c Roth b Whittle 4 J SARKS b Whittle 39 B SHEPHERDSON e Stacj b Kennett 6 W CHURCH c Stan b Whittle Í W MARK not out 0 Sundries 4 Total 1-S Bo« linx J Kennett 1 2* D Whittle &lt;4 H Trell "> 1 W Farquhar I 23 P Fenwicke I I High »on on first innins« SCOTS * NEWINGTON SCOTS First Inninc...
BATS HIT OUT [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 20 February 1949
BATS HIT OUT Spring and" Gray, in a sixth wicket partnership for Waverley, added 95%aiñs in 44 minutes. , They put their team in a good position against Glebe. Gray gave a glorious display of hitting, with two sixers and seven fours. O'Brien, who opened, played a dour innings for 88 runs, made in three hours. Parsons capped a good bowling effort by taking three wickets from four consecutive balls in his final burst. Scores: WAVERLEY. First Innings. C. O'BRIEN, b McCullah ... SS ' K. FEATHERSTONE, c Casey, b Moves . 19 R. RELTON, b Easton . 17 D. BELL, c Burcess. b Parsons 33 C.-SOLOMON, b Moses _ 16 N. FISHER, b McCullah _ 7 G. SPRING, c and b Parsons . 61 K. GRAY, c Brodie, b Parsons Í9 R. STEWART, not out _ 12 J. HACKET, b. Parsons _ 0 H. BUTLER, st Bowden, b Par- sons . 0 Sundries . 7 Total . 319 Bowllns: M. Smith. 0-23: J. Moses. 2-103: G. McCullah. :-6l; N. Easton. 1 :6; W. Parsons. 5-SO; K. Brodie. 0-19.
Fine Bowling By B. Rae [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 20 February 1949
Fine Bowling By B. Rae Despite Petersham's 267 against North Sydney, Barney Rae finished with the splendid figures of se\en for 71, from 19 o\ers I He had four turns at the bowling crease When he took the new ball with Petersham s j score at 220 he dismissed' Yeates with his first deiner} and followed with four of the remaining batsmen ] After the nrst Petersham wicket fell at l8 Madden and Johnston put on 72 runs in 58 minutes and ^ eales and John sion added 46 neates was in fine form top scoring with 7* made in 101 minutes (10 four«;) The innings took his aggregate for the season to 661 Scores - PETERSHAM First Innlnt» A PEARCE b Rae 14 R MADDEN b Calls.han 41 C JOHNSTON In« h Rae &lt; W ÏEATES. c Emer b Rae 5 M DEIG^N b Rae 14 L MALNDRE1L c Wacher b Emcr\ 14 R OBERC not out "&lt;9 C TRUFMAN c Wa&lt;her b Rae 1 J CRANGER s R"e 1 k WHITE h rallajhan 1 A MCDONALD st Mill« *> R»e ". Sundr es 3 T»tal '6 Bo»lli>; \ Coole' 0-64 B Rae I J Calla.han * * % Eme...
Here Lies My Love A SHORT STORY of what might have been a perfect crime- but wasn't a crime at all. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 20 February 1949
. Here Lies My Love By PHILIP NEVILLE . A SHORT STORY of what might have been a perfect crime - but wasn't a crime at all. AS the car drove off: with the bridal couple I said to my sister, "Makes you feel old, eh. Joan-having a married daughter?'' She blinked away the tears and murmured, "May they be happy."' Then, as I'intended, she smiled and said. "You should talk. Grandfather!" We both laughed at the shock my own son had given me re- cently. Then Joan said, "They're lucky, anyway. They've got an unfurnished flat. And where do you think?" As ? I ' shrugged she went on breathlessly. "In Aunt Delia's old house." "No !" 'I exclaimed. Re- membering that night when two small and terrified child- ren had clung together and watched Aunt Delia digging at the bottom of the garden I added, "I wonder whether Un- cle Ted is still buried there?" Joan sighed exasperatedly. "You would remember that. What imaginative kids we Were." She looked up at me quickly. "I have to go there to measure the ...
Last Five Out For 11 [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 20 February 1949
Last Five Out For 11 After Northern District's early batsmen gave their team a sound start against Cumberland, the last five wickets fell for the addition of only 11 runs. They were dismissed in four overs, with Lloyd Cad- den leading the attack. He took wickets with successive balls and narrowly missed the hat trick. Northern District batsman. Cyril Kearney, batted attractively for 48 runs, including eight fours. L. Fallowfield, with 44 runs to his credit, looked set for a big score when he was run out. NORTHERN DISTRICT. First Innings. F. COLLINS, c Ritchie, b Sievers . 32 L. FALLOWFIELD, run out . 44 J. KERSHAW, c and b Benoud 19 I. HILL, c Siegers, b Wall .. 23 V. COLLINS, c Conock, b Russell . 39 C. KEARNEY', b Cadden _ 48 J. LAIRD, c James, b Sie\ers 17 H. CHILVERS, c Sievers, b . . Cadden . 4 A. DAVIDSON, not out _ 0 J. MATHERS, c Anderson, b Cadden . 0 T. CALDWELL, c James, b Sixers . 1 Sundries . 2 Total . 229 Bowling: L. Cadden. 3-49: M. Sie%er«, 3-32: L. Benoud. 1-52; J. ...
WOMEN'S SPORT [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 20 February 1949
WOMEN'S SPORT CRICKO_Camperdown Junior», ii \ and 4&lt; (E Fletcher IS ind 15. V Dan&lt; i: S Aber. 10-i'i bea. Vferrraids. vi a-U JO (M Nicholii 15 B Dunnett 11 F Rcithcr " IO) Jojee«. 5&lt; »-.d Jl | (R Etcntoi 1" N Macintyre. 3 10) de ' leaied Camperdown Ranters Senior. 6* ¡ sod 50 T Crai.le> l&lt; P A&lt;hdo»r, f~!0) Banksia Seniors IOS (I Po»eI' .. G Johnstone I« S CocW I9> de fîî'ed Waratah, .*, jnd M «V D^an j 14 G Ellii -1 A Ball s «i Sham | rock». M t"d - ii O Re\T&lt;ol&lt;Jt ;i j I Toiter 15-641 defeued Rotttli, 56 ted' 49 O, Four 47j A. BootieW 9-50).
ELECTIONS UNITY Liberal-C.P. Agreement [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 20 February 1949
ELECTIONS UNITY Liberal-C.P. Agreement The conference in Sydney.' between the Liberal arid , Country Paries reached agreement^ yesterday on ar rangements for the forth- coming Federal elections. A joint statement issued when the two-day conference ended shortly before 6 p.m. yesterday said the committees representing the parties would submit the con- ference's recommendation to their respective State executives for cndoi sèment. i This would be done during the next few days, after which details of the arrangements would be made public, it was stated. The talks were part of an Australia-wide attempt to bring the two parties together.
MOTH PLANE CRASHES Youth Injured [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 20 February 1949
MOTH PLANE CRASHES Youth Injured A Hornet Moth trainer plane carrying two brothers crashed on the road border- ing Casino aerodrome a few minutes after it had taken off, yesterday morning. The pilot, John Roberts, 19, of Copes Lane, Casino, escaped serious injury, but his brother, Noel, l8, was admitted to hos- pital in a critical condition. The plane, a two-seater club' trainer, was wrecked. The brothers are members of Newcastle Aero Club. They had intended flying to Tweed Heads for the day. At 7 a.m. they took off into a stiff northerly. The plane banked steeply, nose-dived from 150 feet, and crashed on the road 500 yards from the runway. The Casino, Municipal Coun- cil inspector, Mr. R. Fryer, who lives nearby, raced to the wrecked plane and dragged John Roberts from the cockpit. His brother was freed from the 1 wreckage later.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 20 February 1949
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