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KINDERGARTEN TIME RICKY AND MIFFY [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 20 February 1949

KINDERGARTEN TIME RICKY AND MIFFY BY JILL MEILLON AND ADYE "DICKY asked Willie the Fireman to spend a holiday with him. Willie was delighted. He gave his fire engine a- new coat of bright red paint, polished up his gold helmet and set off. ~. ~ Ricky was very proud to have a red fire engine standing in his front garden. He and Willie played with it.. Miffy put her head over the fence and asked to play too. Ricky shook his head. "Only boys play with fire engines;"- he "told her. Miffy said she would find out if that was right. One morning she climbed onto the fire engine. There were many shining buttons to press and pull. She showed Lennie the baker when he brought the bread. Miffy liked the long white hose best. Lennie helped her screw it on to the tap. Ricky and Willie were playing cricket. How they jumped when Miffy turned on the water. When they promised to let her play at being a fireman, she turned it off. 1 "I think you will be glad to have me for a fireman," she said that aft...

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

CRYPTOGRAM rPHE cryptogram below, written in simple code, con .^ ceals:- A quotation from the work of a famous English writer, the name of the writer, and the work , from which it is taken. Each letter of the quotation is constantly represented throughout the passage by another letter; B, for instance, could be represented by Q, whenever it occurs. Every group of letters represents a word. Here is the cryptogram: ZBGUG MUG WAUG FMHC AI ESQQSXN M PMZ ZBMX PBAESXN BGU FSZB PUGMW. -PBMUQGC ESXNCQGH, "FGCZFMUR BA" The solution will be found on Page 13. .

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THE DINKER FAMILY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 20 February 1949

."ícfL FAMILY.

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FRISKY Written Illustrated by "KILLIBINBIN" [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 20 February 1949

FRISKY Written *- Illustrated by "KILLIBINBIN" Printed and published by Jahn Fairfai S SDI. Pty Limited, at the registered office of the Company, 3B Hunter Street, Sydney

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
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CANTERBURY: RACE PICTURES AND DETAILS NURSERY HANDICAP, 6f, Fillies CHART 39 [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 20 February 1949

CANTERBURY : RACE PICTURES AND DETAILS NURSERY HANDICAP, 6f, Fillies CHART 39 Big. Horse._Carried. Jockey._P.P. Fin. FAVOUR, 9 0 N. Sellwood, 1 8th at 4m, 7th at lum, DOWAGER, 8 6 G. Moore, 6 Close 2nd at home turn, FLASH BACK, 7 5 G. Podmore, 12 6th at Am, 5th at turn, Starlet, 7 6 R. Selkrig, 14 Well placed all the way, JO Magic Star, 7 2 T. Mullane, 11 9th to home turn, i Dinvalia, 7 3 J. Rincheval, 15 Well back most of way, .4 Retinue, 7 10 J. Thompson, 3 5th and fith to turn, 00 Lucky Fern, 6 11 A. Hazelton, 17 Well back most of way, 100 Civic Record, 7 0 . A. Podmore, 4 2nd at im, 3rd for home, 00 Miss Moya, 7 5 W. Bell, 13 Never in call, Campus. 7 7 J. Doyle, l8 Never a possibility, Tranquil Beauty, 7 3 C. Clare, 8 Closest when 10th at 1m, Sweet Words, 7 2 V. Faggottcr, 2 2nd early, 4th at 4m, Fox Star, 8 0 E. Swinton, 16 Never in call, Silver Bream, . 8 0 E. Doon, IO Made pace to home turn, Stratus, 7 10 M. Mcintyre, 9 Last on settling down, Play Lunch, 7 4 R. Mcintosh, 7 Ne...

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

Casino IMPROVERS HANDICAP 5f-lsl Dh CROWN LAND (Tinn) 1 BETO RÍAN (Walmsley) 2 VV INNING SHOT (Alsos) 1 IlLtTING 2 Bnsc Soldier s 2 Bctorian 4 Winning Shot 5 CROWN LAND 6 Hltsho! IO Buhngi Sei Stole Neck '4 len Time lm i'is IMPROV FRS HANDICAP 5f -2nd Dh LUCKV EXCHANGE 8 8 (Ross) 1 LENOR1ENT 8 7. (Kells) 2 KYOGLE noV 8 9 (Ahos) 3 BFTTING 6 4 K\oglc Bos 7 2 Silscr Polls 5 LUCKY EXCHANGE Mr Wjdcnhoe 6 Len orient 7 Peg s 1 irst 10 Auro Light Merrigin Prince Held 'A neck Time lm 7s PROGRESS Sf_GAV BRE\ 8 7 (Walmslcs) 1 LADV CHANTLR Rs IBrown) 2 I AST SHOT 9 0 (Ahosi < BITTING rsei Tisl Shot 2 Rluc Shor 1 GAV BRTN in lids Chintcr 3 len 2 len Time I in 4s CASINO JOCMV CIUB HANDICAP 61-BIG PUSH 8 4 (VV merson) 1 VLLVD SO (Brown) 2 LXPERT 9 1 (Ahos) 3 BCrilNC s 4 BIG PUSH 2 Rep 7 2 Vehd 8 Fxpcrt Victors Bond 2 len head Time I m 16s INTERMEDIATE HANDICAP, rr - SLVSHOT 8 7 (Ahos) 1 GREV GOWN 9 1 (Walterson) 2 CALVLII 8 1 (Ross) 1 BETTING 2 on SLV SHOT 3 s Don Pal 5 Grey Gown 6 Calv...

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Adelaide Trots INTER-DOMINION CHAMPIONSHIPS. First Division. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 20 February 1949

Adelaide Trots * First heat- VICTORY SPEED, scr (R Arthur). 1, LU RAIDER, scr ' Shinn). 2, BELGRAVE. 12sds (Hibaur), 3 Others, in finishing, order Radiant Scott, scr, Stcnhlc's Choice. Rcntrisls Hatteras, scr . Indian Clipper. 24, Milly Axworths, scr, Findon Mill scr. Galleon, scr , Silser Peak, 12 BETTING: 5-2 Hatteras, 5 Galleon, Silver Peak, Lu Raider, 8 VICTORY SPEED. 10 Mills Axsvorlhs, Belgrave. 15 Bcntravis, Stcphie's Choice, Findon Mill Radiant Scott. 3i Indian Clipper Diss (for 2') Win. IV, place, 4 9, 5'fi, 11/3 Won bs short head, fisds Time. 2m 5's Winner's rale. 2m 14 9s TRAIN*.« BETIKR.-Ascot trainor Les O'Rourke was al Canterbury yesterday. It was his first visit to a racecourse since his recent serious illness. O'Rourke saddled up Bell Rock for the Frank Underwood Cup, but the gelding ran one of his poor races.

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Win In Mixed Stakes [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 20 February 1949

Win In Mixed Stakes A. HAZELTON unsaddling Salamanca after the gelding had won the First Ashbury Mixed Stakes yesterday at Canterbury.

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FINANCIAL REVIEW What Migration Can Do For BY THE FINANCE EDITOR [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 20 February 1949

I FINANCIAL REVIEW" What Migration Can Do For Australia BY THE FINANCE EDITOR While potential citizens land here from ships and planes on the present unprecedented scale, Aus- tralia's population will grow at two or three times its rule of increase between the censuses of 1933-1947. THE nation cannot fail to gain in economic stature, if this migration continues. It is a fav- ourable possibility to remember when the outlook for industrial development is otherwise clouded by rising costs, severe shortages of labour and materials. Admittedly, the - movement might be stopped by another world war, or by restrictions on emigration by European coun- tries, whose statesmen are con- cerned about falling" birth-rates. Its continuance also is'depend- ent on a more'practical national approach to the housing of the newcomers, as well as native Australians. Nor will the full benefits be achieved unless migrants arc in the active age groups, possessed of skill and willingness to work, and fill the...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
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MELB. NIGHT TROTS [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 20 February 1949

ff \ MELS. WIGHT [ . TROTS ni i m i_i RUSHWORTH HANDICAP, IVjrn_ PETER ANGLO, scr (T Allen, jnr ), 1 W1LL1NDRA, scr (A Bulcher), 2, GAY DALY, scr (F W Ehrhorn), 3 BErTING: 5-4 Dalwood Lad (N S W ) 9-2 Wlllindra, 6 PETER ANGLO. 7 Swordsman's Triumph, 10 Scnor Wilbur 16 Pleasant Bob, 20 Prediction, 10 Mechanism, Daisy Bclmonr, 100 Mi*s Wah, Gay Daly, Myrtle Voyage, Wil- liam Redmond, Direct McKinncj, Bruce Direct, Little Nlmblefoot. Don Manrico Dlvs. (for 5/). Win, £1/11/6, place. 12/6, 10/, £7/7/6 12yds, 6>ds. Time, 4m 5s Scratched: Walla Cole, Betty Belmont HURSTBRIDGE STAKES, l-'/«m. CLEVER JIM, scr (B Coram, jnr ), I, IDEAL LOUIS, ser. (R Rothacker), 2, ELLEN WILKES, scr (A. Turner), 3 BETTING: 5-4 Scottish Gem, 2 CLEVER JIM. 6 Lord Toby, 12 Ideal Louis, 15 Ellen Wilkes. Lady Vinda. 20 Sam's Image, 25 Village Queen. Loran Direct Valley Princess, 50 Winollte. 66 Connell Derby, 100 Sir Samuel Divs. Win. 13/6, plate, 7/, 17/6, £1/3/ 3vds, 2\ds Time, 3m 59s Scratched- Neal Wah HOPE...

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

Announcing, . ? . ". . . of musical things" by Dr. ALP HON S SILBERMANN who will be present on our Arts Floor between 12.30 and 2.30 p.m., Monday, 21st, Wednesday, 23rd, Friday, 25th of February, in order to autograph copies of his book. GRAHAME BOOK COMPANY 39-49 MARTIN PLACE - - SYDNEY ïkïïri l^^M^^..::::::::M» W& ?=..;.. A OoAs^..:::::::::::::.^ NAOMI 1ACOB AND ROBERTSON .. OPERA IN JTALV .. ; % AMRAM SCHEINFELD .^°,Î^N,KAK£TTFRV ..'??????? '? ARTHUR LANE .STYLE IN POTTERY ............... W. S. MATSDORF, Anglo-French Periodicals (Australia; 81 GEORGE STREET, SYDNEY. fuuisc. »

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

DRAWN 28 + h FEBRUARY, 1949 1948 SIX HOUR DAY ART UNION 1st Prize: HUMBER Car valued at £1185. Tickets V 2nd Prize: Morris IO Sedan Motor Car. 3rd Prize: Austin A.40 Motor Car. 4th Prize: Wyvern Vauxhall Motor Car. 178 PRIZES OF A TOTAL VALUE OF £5827. Fill in and mail this order form NOW! To R M Byers Secretary Six Hour Day Art Union, Room 24 Trades Hall. Sydney Phone MA2393 Piesse forward me «by return post . book(s) (each 25 tickets fot £1) in fhe 1948 Six Hour Day Art Union, which I 'will buy myself or endeavour to sell before the drawmq date 28/2/ 49 The butts, unsold tickets, and money will be returned before that date I. My remittance is enclosed 2 My remittance is not enclosed (cross out where not required ) NAME . ADDRESS . r LET THIS ELECTRIC MOTOR SEW FOR YOU

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NEW FILMS "Road House" [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 20 February 1949

-y NEW FÏLMS'J "Road House" A T the end of "Road House" **~ purring Richard Widmark arrives at a mood in which he bids fair to provide lots of work for the undertakers. Moreover, [everybody else in the cast seems willing to bump off Mr. Widmark, sinister sniggers, treacherous eyes, and all. The plot is a good one, but it might have been treated with a lot more skill by the scenarists. The film starts slowly as a char- acter study of some unsavoury road-house people (the flashy boss, the loyal and hard-working manager, the sullen torch-singer ftom Chicago who goes all dewy when love ensnares her). Then it warms up for a reel or so to become a high-grade essay in suspense and crawling excite- ment. It peters out convention- ally with all sorts of people dash- ing around the foggy forest, bent on murder or survival. The story had possibilities Cornel Wilde, haying been framed with a robbery by his evilly jealous boss, is given into the same boss's custody by the court. The boss, it app...

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M. VALLEY RESULTS WARBOOK TRIAL HIGHWEIGHT. About 6f. First Division. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 20 February 1949

M. VALLEY RESULTS WARBOOK TRIAL HIGHWEIGHT. About 6f. Fin! Dhlslon. FOXACRE H Harzmcycrs br g Ay Foxbridge-Ann Acre 9 7 <VV Williamson) 1 HIGH MARK VV R Laines ch g 5y High Title-March Morn 8 9 IG West) 2 YULTARRA D McKenzie ind T Lambert s b g 5y Yultewirra Miss Palcourt 8 10 (K Lam bert) 3 Then followed Official Report 8 7 (V Hattney) 4 Karamoo 8 2 (A Bannon) 5 Lockhardt 8 0 <L Whittle) 6 St Lume 8 2 <Ki.n Smith) 7 The Poet S IO (S Henry) 8 Ambassador 8 2 (S Ralph) 9 Mark Marie 8 2 (L Lott) 10 Sir Nuffield 8 1 (M Fitzgerald) Il Blue Scout 8 0 (C Waymouth) 12 Rilma 8 7 (C MeL-ilchic) 13 Golden Asset 8 0 (T McKenzie) 14 Moyana S 0 IN McGrowdic) 15 Tartarus 8 5 <VV Fellows) 16 Curious Scout 8 2 (Sam Martin) 17 Winner trained by G A Alcsslo Scratched Job s Gully Baromeo BETTING 9 2 FOX ACRE Official Report II 2 Ambassador 7 Yultarra 9 Tartarus 12 High Mark St Lume 16 Movana Karamoo 20 Mark Marie Sir Nuffield 25 Lockhardt 33 The Poet 401 Gold...

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MUSIC AND THE THEATRE Why Scoff At The Old Tricks Of The Trade? [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 20 February 1949

I MUSIC AND THE THEATRE *^=- - -r=^_: Why Scoff At The 01d| Tricks Of The Trade ii By SEVILLE CARDUS As a repercussion from the opera season, a letter lias reached me denouncing opera as "an arti- ficial form." Here, of course, is not a new idea or objection. It has been expressed before. PEOPLE in "real life" whatever that may mean do not raise voices in song while making love, or hating one an- other, or biting ears, or dying of consumption. "Who deniges of it, Betsey?" For that matter, people in "real life" do not drop into blank verse when talking to themselves, or insist that we are all of us pretty futile and made of the stuff of dreams. Princes of Denmark do not die saying, "Absent thee from felicity awhile," and Moors of Venice, before smothering their wives, are not likely to refer to Promethean heat. All art is made of.conventions, tricks of the trade, patterns, sym- bols, and suggestions, to which we should attend to with what Coleridge called a willing suspen- sion of di...

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Stalls Fenced Off [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 20 February 1949

Stalls Fenced Off Horse stalls at Canterbury have been fenced off to keep the public away. The S.T.C. secretary, Mr. L. V. Lâchai, said yesterday that the partitioning aimed primarily at relieving congestion at the stalls. This would make it easier for trainers and attendants to work. N.Z. RACING_The trotter Attack won his seventh successive race when he beat the Auckland Trotting Cup winner, Captain Sandy, by a nose in the £2,500 two-mile Otahuhu Handicap, at Epsom, Auckland, yesterday. Dyrham Lea was third, four lengths away. The time was 4m 23s. (A.A.P.). NEW RACE SECRETARY Mr Norman Pinkstone has been appointed secretary of (he South- ern District Racing Association. He replaces Mr Bert Osmond, who has retired AUSTRALIAN RULES_ North Shore Austiallan Rules football club will hold its annual meeting at the Noilh Sydney Council Chambers on Februaiy 24.

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Earl's Troublesome West Indies Domain FROM OUR LONDON OFFICE [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 20 February 1949

EarFs Troublesome West Indies Domain FROM OUR LONDON OFFICE IN a shabby mackintosh and carrying an old Army valise, one of Britain's most unconventional colonial Governors, Earl Baldwin, has arrived back in London. Bronzed With the sunshine of the Leeward Islands (British West Indies), he grinned: "I'm on the carpet and my knees are shaking." From chilly Whitehall circles came a denial that the Socialist son of a Conservative Prime Min- ister had come to Britain for any- thing but routine talks. But Bald- win has been in the Leewards only nine months, and'happenings in the West Indies are far from routine. Troubles in the West Indies are racial, social, and economic. Out- spoken Baldwin ran into .all three. . . . TN the ' Leeward ' Islands * (422 square miles, population 109,000) the old-established Eng- lish families are described as more English than the English. Politically they are rather to the Right of the English Conserva- tives. Into their midst burst the Socialist Earl. He ...

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

PRODUCTIVITY got him there faster! When, years ago, Tod Sloan introduced his new riding style, he wa« demonstrating higher productivity, though he didn't know it. "Shift your weight forward on to your mount's shoulders," was Tod's recipe; "it's the hindquarters that provide the thrust, so give them maximum freedom to move; he'll go faster!" And he did-and Tod won plenty of races, until the other jockeys saw the point. That's an example of how belter results were got with the same materials and the same manpower (one horse, one man), and it gives a lead to the productivity ideas wc can introduce into industry to-day. Wati±tfüs>\ A race? J AND I HI NIW Certainly it's a race! It's a race against time, with Australia's manpower and machines striving to catch up with that bigger output we've got to have if present shortages are to be overcome, if to-day's high prices are to be reduced. We can get better results by altering our methods. Often it's a case of "positioning"-altering the g...

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

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SPOTLIGHT ON WORLD AFFAIRS Times Of Trouble Loomed For People Of Ireland FROM IRVINE DOUGLAS IN LONDON [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 20 February 1949

I SPOTLIGHT ON WORLD AFFAIRS7" Times Of Trouble Loomed For People Of Ireland FROM IRVINE DOUGLAS IN LONDON Bitterness and dissension were stalking Ire- land again last week', and the people once more were talking bloodshed. In the words of one writer, the clock of Ireland liad been put back 20 years. ?_« WfHEN Sir Basil Brooke, ?? Prime Minister of Nor- thern Ireland, decided to hold a general election, he had one thing in view-to show the world in general and Britain in particular that his people were uncompromisingly opposed to any union with Southern Ire- land. (His party is the Unionists, which sounds delightfully Irish to the outsider, but "Unionist" is just another name for "Conserva tive," and the union they seek is union with Britain.) Brooke's resounding majority has given the proof he wanted. * ?¥?' * BUT it has made the southern Irish more determined than ever to press their claims for the ending of "partition." Some observers foresee nothing but trouble for Ireland in th...

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