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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 21 December 1941

H.JONES NCO. AUSTRALIAN AU STRALIA'S BEST

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
RANDWICK (Sydney) [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 21 December 1941

* RANDWICK (Sydney) TOTE (5/-) RACE PLACED HORSES, RIDERS S.P. WIN PLACE £s.d. £s.d. HURDLE TARTANUS, 10.0 (Russell) 6-1 1 15 3 9 0 RACE Kenil Gem, 9.0 (Welsh) 8-1 - 14 0 (2 miles) Fiery Glass, 9.7 (-) 12-1 - 14 6 DECEMBER MODULATION, 8.5 (Cook) 4-7 - 5 9 NURSERY Easy Mark, 8.0 (Terril) 6-1 - 10 0 (5 furs.) Goshawk, 7.4 (Knox) - - 8 0 VILLIERS YARALLA, 8.3 (McMenamin) 4-5 9 3 6 9 STAKES The Miller, 7.12 (Thompson) 8-1 - 10 3 (1 mile) Rimveil, 9.11 (Munro) 5-1 - 8 3 NOVICE MONTFORT, 8.2 (Bartle) 9-2 1 9 0 12 3 HANDICAP Approbation, 7.6 (Podmore) 33-1 - 2 9 9 1st div. (6 furs) Happy Bay, 9.4 (Gollogly) 6-1 - 13 6 HOLIDAY *DEWAR 9.5 (Thompson) 11-2 17 9 12 6 HANDICAP *CHATOONA, 8.9 (McCarten) 15-1 3 8 0 2 8 9 (1% miles) Spear Vale, 8.12 (Spencer) 33-1 - 2 14 3 NOVICE SID DENIS, 7.6 (Knox) 1-I-1 4 4 3 1 4 6 HANDICAP Walkalong, 9.0 (Munro) 3-1 - 7 0 2nd div. (6 furs.) Sweet Speech, 7.9 (Phillips) 33-1 - 5 6 3 HIGHWEIGHT *RATHLIN, 9.6 (Knox) 12-1 1 13 6 1 1 9 HANDICAP *RYLSTONE. 9.4 (McMe...

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
JACK BRANDER'S POINTS WIN OVER CLARKE [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 21 December 1941

JACK BRANDER'S POINTS WIN OVER CLARKE SYDNEY, Saturday.-Jack Bran der outpointed Bobby Clarke in the main fight at Leichhardt Stadium on Thursday night. It was Clarke's first appearance since his return from Libya, where lie fought with the R.A.A.F. He showed bettet form in this fight than in any previous contest, and many considered he boxed well enough to earn a draw. Brander's powerful punching, how ever, was the deciding factor. Despite tfle fact that Clarke corn pletely. outboxed him in the middle stages of the fight, Brander had a -commanding lead on points up to the 5th round and finished'very strongly in the final rounds.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 21 December 1941

DEATH CRASH AT ROSEHILL. This remarkable picture snapped at Rosehill (Sydney) last Saturday shows Victress, almost obscured by dust, falling to her death in the Hurdle Race. The dust was so thick that Shot Gun fell over the prone horse, but both horse and jockey, W. Aldridge, escaped with a shaking. Victress's rider, A. Dyer, was taken to hospital. (Sydney Sun picture.)

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 21 December 1941

He lpressed a bell beside the maim telpiece. Stainton came in. "Show Miss Rouse to .the door," said Lord IHIelmdale. The door closed, and, lie sank into h is chair. Heefelt exhausted. Not that there was, anything wrong in those old letters, bqt what mran, having, achicyed years and dignity, could stand, publication of the out pourings of his callow love? Tinme passedl. Helmdale stirred. Why hadn't that fool Stainiton brought his port in? , He rang the bell. "Sir?" said Stainton; from the ddor. "Where the deuce is my port1 Staijiton?" "I'll fetch it, sir." 0.o Stainton disappeared, and returned with , the' salver. . A serviette was carefully .,wrapped about the bottle. Stainton filled the glass; his lordship took.it, and sip ped. His eyes widened and a look of pain and astonishment spread across his face. "What, poison is this ?" he de manded "It's Mrs. Stainton's cooking port,. *sir?" said Stainton, "But-but-" 'I regret, sir, there is ; no old crusted left. The---the person has drun...

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
SPORTING FLASHES FROM EVERYWHERE FAVORITE YARALLA WINS VILLIERS Exciting Race Finishes At Randwick [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 21 December 1941

SPORTIN r rLASIES FROM EVERYWHERE FAVORITE YARALLA WINS VILLIERS Exciting Race Finishes At Randwick SYDNEY, Saturday.-Yaralla, ridden by E. McMenamin, and .carrying 8.3, started a hot favor-' ite at 5-4 on, in the Villiers Stakes of one mile at Randwick to-day and won by three quar ters of a length. The Miller, 7.12 (J. Thompson), was second at 8-1, and Riniveil, 9.11 (D. Munro), another three quarters of-a length away third at 5-1. The time for-the race was i=371. Merrimba was the only scratching, " leaving the. small field of eight starters. There were two dead-heats for first at Randwick to-clay. Dewar, ridden by J. Thompson, came from last to get up and dead 'heat with Chatoona (McCarten), who alsp finished fast,, in the Holiday Handicap, of i4 miles. Spear Vale was' third. The other dead-heat occurred in the , Highweight Handicap, ; when Rathlin (Knox), and Rylstone (Mc Menamin), flashed past the post to gether. Forward (McCarten), was third. In the last race, Wishing starting ...

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
Army News Crossword No. 18 ACROSS [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 21 December 1941

Army News Crossword No. 18 ACROSS 1 Posed for a portrait 4 Dreadful 8 Fruit of the blackthorn 12 Metric measure of area 13 What is the native name of Persia? 14 One who tells falsehoods 15 Chop off 16 Yield 17 Measure of area 18 Ecclesiastical cloth 20" Likeness, 22 Mddle part of a pedestal 23 Declares 24 Negative 27 Heavenly body 29 Combining form: sacred 31 Lowet 34 Kind. of cloth 35 Leaves out 36* Italian ocean steamship 37 Woman under religious vows 38 Certain days in the Roman calendar 40 What is the seat of the colonial govern ment of the Dutch East Indies? 44 Pertaining to the nose 46 Gland 47 Ancient Greek coin 49 What is the name for the four holy books of the Hindus? 51 Ancient 52 Who Invented the sewing- machine? 53 Who is Don Juan's mother in By. ron's poem?, 54"Female 'of the deer 55 Assemble " 56 What is the highest vol cano in Europe? 57 Transgress DOWN 1 Vegetables with dressing 2 Fragrance 3 Lukewarm 4 Cubes 5 Anger 6 Mathematical unit of measure 7 Foe 8 Dross of me...

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
BLUEY AND CURLEY [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 21 December 1941

BLUEY AND CURLEY--- NO GRAFT ---by Alex. Gurney

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
Pocket Cartoon [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 21 December 1941

Pocket Cartoon "Frau Katzenjanimer will now describe the touching welcome she received from children of a Ukrainian village-recently liber ated from the, Bolshevik yoke."

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
ACKNOWLEDGMENT [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 21 December 1941

.ACKNOWLEDGMENT Army News thanks the follow ing for supplying material and granting permission to publish various news items, pictures and ,features: The Australian Associated Press, for Australian and over seas news. Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph. Sydney:. for news pictures, Joke cartoons, other Illustrations. The Sun News-Pictorial. Mel .bourne, for "Bluey and Curley," and news pictures. Daily Mirror, Sydney for photos and short story iliustra tions. The Advertiser and The News, .Adelaide, -for last-minute news and pictures. The Yalta Syndicate. Sydney, for the crossword puzzle. Mr. Frank Clune, for the serial story. Mr. Alan Foley for short stories. For all Interstate sporting re sults and details: Daily Telegraph and Sun-. day Telegraph, Sydney; The Herald, Melbourne; The Courier Mail and Sunday Mail, Bris bane; The News and The Mail, Adelaide; The Sunday Times; Perth; and The Mercury, Hobart. We thank the Australian Asso ciation of National Advertisers for the honorary c...

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
INFORMATION DISMISSED IN BREAD CASE [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 21 December 1941

INFORMATION DISMISSED IN BREAD CASE Sydney, Friday.-in thel central Summons Court yesterday, two in formations against Jacob Lauder Raith, formerly manager of Abbco Bread Co. Pty. Ltd., of having attempted to supply .light-weight bread for the Army, were dismissed. Mr. Hardwick, S.M., said. that, on his interpretation of the Crimes Act and the defence Act, lie had no juris diction. If the defendant were charged under the Crimes Act, it would be open to the Court to deter mine the matter, but the defendant was charged with an offence which was provided for undel the Defence Act. The magistrate also held that, while there was evidence that there were 914 .loaves of bread in the bakery at the *tinte of the inspector's visit, there was no evidence of. any attempt to supply this bread' to the military authorities. . Mr. J. W. Shand and Dr. F. Louat (instructed by the Commonwealth Crown Solicitor), appeared for the Comtmonwealth. v

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 21 December 1941

THIS UNUSUAL SUIT of sea shells and satin with turban and clogs, and brolly to match was designed to catch the eye of young damsels, but what catches the eyes of the boys is the beautiful body of Jean Wallace, lovely blonde model: The skirt is very conveniently split in the front "to reveal matching satin shorts," says the designer. Oh well, any excuse will do us.

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
INTERSTATE NEWS IN BRIEF RACECOURSES AS CAMPS [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 21 December 1941

INTERSTATE NEWS IN BRIEF RACECOURSES AS CAMPS Melbourne, Friday.--The Minister for the Army (Mr. Forde), said to day, that many racecourses in Aus tralia may be taken over as training camp areas. Golf Club Houses might be used to provide additional hospital accomhmodation in an emer gency, he declared. S.A. QUARTERING TESTS Adelaide Friday.-Thirty towns North of Adelaide have been chosen to accommodate evacuees in an emer gency. Statewide quartering tests have proved the efficiency of .tie organisation established' for .receiv ing .6o,ooo non-essential I civilians from the metropolis. £17,000 MELBOURNE FIRE Melbourne, Friday. - For more than 12 hours yesterday firemen poured hundreds of thousands of gallons of water on a fire which com pletely destroyed the sorting and the storeroom building of D. Galt's wad ding and flock factory in Brunswick. Two weatherboard -houses, one on either side of the rear portion of the factory building, were wrecked when the walls of the top storey coll...

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
SIR THOMAS BAVIN'S ESTATE [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 21 December 1941

SIR THOMAS BAVIN'S ESTATE The estate of Sir Thomas Bavint. a former Premier of New South Wales, and later a judge of the Supreme Court, has been swqrn for probate at £519. Sir Thomas left 'his .bo ks,,antinshi gai:to: tch bs,sors:. ... <,,.

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
Christmas Gift From Canteens [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 21 December 1941

Christmas Gift From Canteens To provide Christmas cheer the Australian Defence Can' teen Services will make a con tribution of z/6 per man for all men on ration strength as at December 25, 194!. This I/6 is in addition to the extra z/- al= ready provided. by Army. for supplementary rations.. "Good on" the: Canteens.

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
Move Towards Kharkov Big Shock For Finns [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 21 December 1941

Move Towards Kharkov Big Shock For Finns The Finns received a nasty shock on the northern front. In a deter mined attempt to free Leningrad from its encirclement, the Russians have started an offensive in the region of Lake Onega. An uncon firmed report suggests that the Germans are withdrawing some of their forces from Finland. There are signs that Russian operations are beginning -towards Kharkov, the important industrial city of 835,000 inhabitants, a few miles west of the Donets River. The Red Army advance continues and operations in the Kharkov area would extend the width of the offensive in the southern sector. The capture of two more towns on the Moscow front, one north and the other south of Tula, has been *an nounced by the Russians. Authori tative circles in London are extremel sceptical about the Berlin claim that the Germans are retreating merely to shorten their line. The Stockholm correspondent of the Daily Express says that at least to Russian divisions have been thro...

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
GALLANT COMMANDERS LOST [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 21 December 1941

GALLANT COMMANDERS LOST ADMIRAL Sir Tom Phillips, Comman der-in-Chief of the Eastern Fleet, is missing after the action which sank the battleships Prince of 'Wales and HRepulse off Malaya last week. CAPTAIN J. Burnett, who was incom mand of the gallant H.M.A.S. Sydney when she sank the enemy raider in the Indian Ocean recently, and has not been sighted since.

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
SYDNEY EVACUATES HER HOSPITALS AND PREPARES FOR RAIDS [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 21 December 1941

SYDNEY EVACUATES HER HOSPITALS. AND PREPARES FOR RAIDS Sydney, Saturday.-More than goo convalescent patients were sent home from metropolitan hospitals last week, the N.E.S. Minister (Mr. Heffroih has' announced." Most metropolitan hospitals are' ready to evacuate the majority of their serious .cases as soon as they are insttucted by the 'Gvernment~td= do so. Only urgent and accident cases will now be admitted to main hospiials:"4 Whet transfer plaifs -atni most hos pitals are; complete: ihereMwill lie immediale iccomrniodtioiis for' I6oo casualties. One reason for the immediate evacuation' was to have the large liostitalI strengtliened to resist blast, splinteir, arid otller' adtion by-enemy raiders, preparatory to the 'admission of air-raid casualties, *.Mr -Heffron 'said that careful stfrs' veys of the metropolitan" area had <been made by civil adid defunce ex perts to determine vulinerability, -btit 'iti was not proposed at present to divulge the areas' considered dan...

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
GRAVE NEWS FROM HONG KONG, PENANG AND THE PHILIPPINES [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 21 December 1941

GRAVE NEWS FROM HONG KONG, PENANG AND THE PHILIPPINES LONDON, Saturday.-The British authorities admit that the position at Hong Kong is serious. No news has been received from that quarter for the past 24 hours. The Japanese claim to have occu pied the whole of the territory at noon yesterday. Troops have been withdrawn from the island and area around Penang, and -in the Philippines, Japanese troops have made another big landing. which further increases the* threat to that territory. There has been little news from Malaya, apparently the lull is being appreciated by both sides.. R.A.A.F. and Allied planes con tinue to carry out -successful recon naissance, but the Japanese have slowed down in, their advance from the north, where their early losses must have been very heavy. At Hong Kong yesterday the Japanese were known to have landed at three points and made good progress inland. - The Japanese Domei newsagency says that the landings were carried out last night, and that the defend...

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 21 December 1941

AUSTRALIANS over Malaya. R.A.A.F. patrol over the jungle of the Malayan Peninsula.- The formation consists of American - built Lockheed Hudson bombers. On December 8, Australian pilots flying Hudson bombers struck the Empire s first blow against Japan. They set fire to several Japanese ships at tempting to land troops near Kota Bharu. (FIRST PICTURES OF PACIFIC WAR, SEE PAGE FOUR)

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
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