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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 20 February 1949

"TRUTH IN ADVERTISING" MTHONY HORDERNS' Catuteé- ana ¡4ne¿ta4t>' Just the thing for jour gunroom! NOM that the hot summer days are o^er you'll be on the lookout for bright, colourful Blinds or gay Venetian Blinds, which will look so cheery right throughout the bleak winter months. Take vour choice' There's the straight .drop and the famous Florentine drop-out blind', then there's Oriental and Con \embie tvpes. Any of these would look equally delightful and ga) made up m genuine Belgium Duck with multi- coloured stripes. The Bella Blind is of weatherproof, rotproof Bella Duck, and is available m an attractive range of multi-coloured stripes with linders» de of Green Let our experienced CONVERTIBLE fitters measure jour windows and we will be glad to give ^ou a quote Have 5ou ever nouced how cool and eve-catching a^e Venetian Blinds' Thev are real!) ideal xor an> room in jour home. \Te will be pleased to send you jour new blinds within four weeks of receiving your order. If howev...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Escaping Thief Jumps Through Glass [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 20 February 1949

Escaping Thief Jumps Through Glass A thief was badly cut last night j when he jumped through a closed I plateglass window to escape from I a house at Roseville. . People living in Mr. E. Pen- nington^ home in Kelburn Road discovered the man when they arrived home at 10 p.m. They barred his escape by the front door. He turned and ran down the hall. After the man leapt through the window he fell and rolled "down an embankment. Police followed a trail of blood for more than 200 yards down Kelburn Road. . Detective Bradstreet, of Chats- wood, is in charge of inquiries.

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Tarzan [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 20 February 1949

/ EDGAR RICE I : BURROUGHS,

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 20 February 1949

PAGE 2: "BIGGJLES GETS HIS MEN." PAGE 3: CRICKET, NEWS, ODD FACTS, THINGS TO MAKE. PAGE 6: COLOUR- ING BOOK, STORY. PAGE 7: PUZZLES. PAGES 4, 5 and 8, COMIC SECTIONS.

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHIEF SCOUT MOBBED IN SYDNEY [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 20 February 1949

CHIEF SCOUT MOBBED IN SYDNEY Three hundred Boy Scouts, Cubs, and Girl Guides mobbed the Empire Chief Scout, Lord Rowallan, for autographs when he arrived at Rose Bay from New Zealand yesterday. It is his first official visit to New ' South Wales. The Chief Scout Com missioncr for N.S.W., Major E. A. Lloyd, is in the background at right. Lord Rowallan will spend eight dajs in New South Wales before he leaves for Queensland. He «ill return to Engand on April 4.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CAR, TRUCKS COLLIDE Two Men Each Lose Ear [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 20 February 1949

CAR, TRUCKS COLLIDE Two Men Each Lose Ear Two men each had their left ears severed when a motor car and two trucks collided on the Great Wes tern, Highway at Pendle Hill j last night. Four other persons also were injured.^ Three Parramatta Ambulance waggons took the injured to Parramatta Hospital, where they were admitted. The injured are: Gladys Hewitt, 20, of Cardigan Street, Guildford, concussion and cuts to the mouth. Ronald Bruce Williams, 50, of Coalbrook Street, Lithgow, injuries to face and left leg. Walter McBeath, 48, of Cooer weell Street, Lithgow, left ear severed, cuts to face. Edward Summers, 40, of Cooerweell Street, Lithgow, left ear severed, cuts to head. j William King, 47, of Roy Street, Lithgow, cuts to head and face. Robert Sterling, 34. of Rifle Parade, Lithgow, cuts to mouth. The five men were passengers in the car. Miss Hewitt was sitting beside the driver in , the second truck. Constables Schwarzer and Grace, of Blacktown police, were told that the car was t...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 20 February 1949

MÖNOCRETE-the answer to your housing problem With Monocrete 3-our home can be any style, size, or finish. Incor- poration of steel door frames and box-type steel window frames enables rapid and solid construction WHAT IS MONOCRETE? Monociete is insulated concrete masonry, factory made under laboratory conditions-obtainable In a range of sizes NOTE THESE OUTSTANDING FEATURES COMFORT- MONOCRETE is scientific ally insulated-cool in rammcrTw»rm In winter STRENGTH. 4in MONOCRETE »all units are 21 times as strone as Hin cavity brick walls DURABILITY. MONOCRETE units are weather. Ore, rust and »hite ant proof, will not crack, last indeflnitely. DESIGN: MONOCRETE units are made in sizes to suit an> tjpe of design SPEED IN ERECTION. A MONOCRETE home can be ready for occupation in less than four weeks Wc erect the »alls beams, and. li desired concrete floors COST: Although cheaper than a similar brick house, MONOCRETE Rives creater living area-In an elcxen square brick bouse, brick provide...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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£50,000 DAMAGE IN GRIFFITH RICE MILL FIRE [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 20 February 1949

£50,000 DAMAGE IN GRIFFITH RICE MILL FIRE I A fire which burned the Griffith rice mill to ' the ground yesterday afternoon destroyed machin* ery and milling equipment valued at £> 50,000. Inadequate water pressure from the one fire engine at Griffith hampered firemen. The mill was the largest in New South Wales. , Australian Rice Proprietary Limited owned the building a three-floored corrugated-iron structure converted from a flour mill in 1942. , Workmen at the mill finished work at 3 o'clock yesterday after- noon. Smoke w-as seen coming from ¡ the mill about 40 minutes later. I The fire had a good hold when the Griffith fire brigade arrived. When. Ihey saw there was no chance of saving the mill, firemen played their hoses on the rice store 50 yards away, which was begin- ning to smoulder. They saved the store, although it is not known yet how much rice ; was damaged. ¡ In Sydney last night, the managing director of Australian Rice Proprietary Limited, Mr. M. E. Farley, said the...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEWS [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 20 February 1949

"Mil/i," the baby giraffe, refused to be separated from her parents, Jan and Mighty, when this photograph was taken.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DICE NOW FOR MONTE CARLO [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 20 February 1949

DICE NOW FOR MONTE CARLO "M"EW YORK.-Monte Carlo, usually regarded as the gamb- ling centre of the world, is not too proud to learn. Bland Louis Caserol, director of the Monte Carlo Casino, has been studying the cities of Reno, in Nevada, and Las Vegas, in New Mexico. Americans last ' year gambled 1,000 million dollars (£A312,500,000) in these two cities. The upshot of Caserol's visit is that he has decided to add to Monte Carlo's gambling facilities the American game of craps (dice). This game is to the average American, particularly to the American soldier, what "two-up" is to Australians. Monte Carlo provides the tiny European principality of Monaco with most of its revenue, just as Las Vegas and Reno keep New Mexico and Nevada going. But in contrast to Monte Carlo's urbanity, the atmosphere of the American cities is hectic. Las Vegas is heavily "Wild West" with many patrons wearing cowboy clothes in the gambling saloons. . . . CASEROL may have wondered if the "craps" patrons in ...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPRINTER SEIZED ON ROAD [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 20 February 1949

SPRINTER SEIZED ON ROAD MELBOURNE, Satur- day. - The well-known sprinter Tamaroa was seized forcibly and taken away in a motor float while being ridden to the1 Epsom track for exercise this morning. The incident had all the elements of a racing thriller until one of the men an- nounced that he was a police officer and the seizure was legal. Tamaroa was being ridden by a small stable hand, and the trainer. J. Walsh, was following on another horse. The owner of the horse, Mr. F. J. Josephs, of Newcastle, said later there was a mortgage on Tamaroa with a Sydney financial house. At Epsom early to-day four men suddenly walked on to the road and one of them seized the horse's biidle. Tamaroa reared and the stable hand tried to pull the horse*lear. Walsh dashed up and joined in the struggle. The/ four were in danger of being trampled on by the two horses on several occasions. Then one said he was a policeman and the seizure was legal. Walsh then asked about his training account, and the ma...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Commemoration Of Darwin Raid [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 20 February 1949

Commemoration Of Darwin Raid DARWIN, Saturday.-Darwin to-day remembered the hundreds of people who died in the first Japanese air raid seven years ago. In a tribute at a commemora- tion ceremony, the Northern Territory Administrator, Mr. A. R. Driver, said February 19. although not a national day, would always remain a "Territory Day." In a sense the raids had been a turning point for Darwin. Parts of the town had been destroyed, but a new model town was planned, he said.

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 20 February 1949

HOLDEN is the first car to be planned and designed to suit Australian conditions and to be precision mass-produced in Australia. When Holden was first being 'talked about' a survey showed that the Australian car must have ... low first cost, low petrol consumption . . . room for an average family group of five or six . . . high touring speeds ... good acceletation ... adequate road clearance . . . fine performance on all kinds of roads ... Australia-wide service and availability of spare parts . . . and dependability. Holden gives you all these. From the very first pencil sketches Holden was planned to suit Australian conditions and the proof of the success of this planning is shown in the enthusiastic acceptance which the public has given to Holden. See this amazing car for yourself. Call at your nearest Holden Dealer or Distributor for 'a demonstration, or write him for the latest Holden literature. HOLDEN Australia's Own Car £675 Plut Saltt Tax Convenient hire purchase terms are ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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£1 WAGE RISE DEMANDED Wool, Basil Workers [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 20 February 1949

£1 WAGE RISE DEMANDED -* Wool, Basil Workers MELBOURNE, Saturday.-I Wool and .basil workers have threatened strike action if demands for £ I a week wage in crease are not met. Unless the employers give a written guarantee by midday next Wednesday that they will grant an all-round wage increase of £ 1 a week, 1,000 men will stage a 24-hour stoppage at wool scour- ing plants in Victoria from mid- night on Wednesday. The Victorian secretary of the Wool and Basil Workers' Federa- tion, Mr. P. P. O'Loughlin, said to-day that unless the increase was obtained it was likely that the men would convert the 24 hour stoppage into a strike.

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"PLAYTIME" WINNERS Competition Results [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 20 February 1949

"PLAYTIME" WINNERS Competition Results Following are the results of competitions published in "Play- time" on Sunday, February 6, 1949. SPECIAL PRIZE The tennis racquet and swimsuit awarded for the best work done by a member in all competitions was won by Diana Hodgson (11), 115 George's River Road, Croy- don Park. TREES CROSSWORD First prize, £1/1/: Laurie Arnott (15), 63 Roe Street, Mayfield. Second prize, 10/6: Brian Hpfman (9), 51 Baker Street, Enfield. Third prize, 5/: Louise Emery (14), 61 Cope Street, Lane Cove. COLOUR PICTURE First prize, £1/1/: June Hides (13), 10 Broughton Road, Artarmon. Second prize, 10/6: Marcia Flynn (12), 2 Waterside Crescent, Earl- wood. Third prize, 5/: Benjamin Forster (7), 79 Swanson Street, Weston. RHYME PUZZLE First prize, £1/1/: Janet Thorn- ton (10), 66 Boundary Street, Roseville. Second prize, 10/6: Paul Gleadhill (8), Cook Street, Quirindi. Third prize, 5/: Robert Matthews (11), 19 Kuppa Road, Ryde. SILHOUETTE PUZZLE Twelve years and over: F...

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SPOTLIGHT ON WORLD AFFAIRS U.S. Fumbled Over Policy CARTOONISTS ON SCANDINAVIA'S ROLE [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 20 February 1949

SPOTLIGHT ON WORLD AFFAIRS U.S. Fumbled Over Policy CARTOONISTS ON SCANDINAVIA'S ROLE -.-: It seemed last week that the United States liad fumbled two aspects of its for« eign policy pretty badly. Just as the Western world was all set to acclaim a powerful alliance linking Western Europe and North America, it learned that the United States was raising new difficulties, that the idea of an auto- matic military alliance was in danger of being watered down to cover just a pious resolution of friendship. The other diplomatic storm centred on Japan, where correspondents learned from "a high U.S. authority" that the United States might abandon Japan fairly soon. Our Washington correspondent dis- cusses these diplomatic troubles. SENATOR Tom Connally, of Texas, the bumptious but powerful chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee, rose in the Senate chamber last week to declare that the United States refused to play Sir Galahad to Europe's Western Union. This was the last of the series of f...

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Asiatic Pact In Sight [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 20 February 1949

Asiatic Pact In Sight One new factor that seemed to be arising from the flurry over America's policy in the Pacific, and also as an aftermath of last month's New Delhi conference on Indonesia,, was that an Asiatic Pact seemed to be dimly emerging. THE State Department is not very pleased at its emerging. General Carlos P. Romulo, Philippine delegate to UNO, urged in Manila last week the formation of an Asiatic bloc to push back the tide of Com- munism in the East. It would include the Philippines. India, Pakistan, Burma, Ceylon, Siam, the Vietnam Re- public (Indo- China), and Indo- nesia. Romulo's state- ment came at the same time as one by President Quirino of the Philippines that he had been in- formed that the Phil i p p i n e s' chances of getting military assistance from the United States were "slim if not altogether nil.-" 13 OMULO said ?f*' he was look- ing for an Asiatic, pact that, would be strong enough to resist infil- tration of Communist ideology and hold back the Commu...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BRITT TO RIDE FOR KING [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 20 February 1949

BRITT TO RIDE FOR KING LONDON, February 19 I A. A.P.-Reuters). - Edgar Britt, formerly of Sydney, will ride for the King during the United Kingdom flat I racing season, beginning on I March 17. He will be first jockey to his Majesty until English jockey W. H. Carr, who broke a leg last summer, resumes riding in April. Last season Britt was second to Gordon Richards in the English jockeys' premiership. Irish jockey Michael Beary will also ride for the King during tile flat racing season. . Others Keen Other Australians, whose am- bition is to ride for the King, are Victorian Harold Badger and Sydney's W. Cook. Badger arrived in England recently and Cook,- with his family, is now on his way lhere in the Orcades. The King's racing manager, Capt. Charles Moore, is respon- sible for choosing the jockeys to ride in the Royal colours. Capt. Moore said to-day he had not yet seen Badger ride,, "but if he were anything like other Australians over here he will be good."

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TRAINER LOOKS ON AS UPRIGHT HAS SWABBING [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 20 February 1949

TRAINER LOOKS , ON AS UPRIGHT HAS SWABBING TRAINER G. BROWN watches with interest as his charge. Upright, is routine swabbed yesterday after winning at Canterbury.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 20 February 1949

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