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REPLAN SLUMS. [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 30 October 1941
REPLAN SLUMS. Hobart, Monday.-Demolition of a house in the slum area _of Hobart for every house erected under the proposed Government scheme for housing is suggested in a plan sub mitted by the Lord Mayor (Ald. J. Sounds, M.H.A.), to the Premier (Mr. Cosgrove). Council is prepared to do its share in acquiring areas from which slum dwellings are removed and replan them in readiness for the new dwel lings, with adequate open spaces, new roads, and water and *seweI'age services.
MUNITION WORKER FINED [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 30 October 1941
MUNITION WORKER FINED Adelaide, Monday, Oct. 28.-Seen in King William Street yesterday throwing his arms about and talk ing loudly, Charles Alexander Otway was requested by a 'policeman to move on. He refused. Otway, a munition worker of Mary Street, Hindmarsh, was fined £z with 7/6 costs for the offence in the Ade laide Police Court to-day.
CUP VISITORS. [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 30 October 1941
CUP VISITORS. Special arrangements have been made to meet the heavy rail traffic to Melbourne for the Cup festivities. The three express trains which leave Sydney nightly for Melbourne, were increased yesterday, by one daily tuntil Sunday. The extra train will carry sleepers.
ACKNOWLEDGMENT [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 30 October 1941
ACKNOWLEDGMENT We express our thanks to the following for their service in supplying .material and granting permission to publish various news items, pictures and features in Army News:- The Australian Associated Press, for Australian and over seas news. Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph, Sydney, for news pictures,, illustrations and the Sunday color comic. The Herald, Melbourne, for "Gunn's Gully." The Sun News-Pictorial, Mel bourne; for "Bluey and Curley." The Argus, Melbourne, for "Private Lives." Daily Mirror, . Sydney, for photos and short story illustra tions. The Sun, 'Sydney, for news pictures. The Advertiser and The News, Adelaide, for last-minute news and pictures. The Department of Informa tion, for news, pictures, and casualty lists, The Yalta Syndicate, Sydney, for the Sunday comic, crossword puzzle, Donald Duck and Hellin ger Short Story. Mr. Frank Clune, for the serial, story. For all interstate sporting re suits we thank: .Daily Telegraph and Snn day Telegraph, Sy...
Army News Crossword-- No. 2 ACROSS. [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 30 October 1941
Army News Crossword -- No. 2 ACROSS. I Cut into small cubes 5 Form 10 Allowance for waste 14 Cuckoo-pint 15 Cottage 16 Hindmost 17. Ill-disiiosed 19 Measure of land 20 Warehouse 21 Weasel 23 Turn to the off-side 24 Crawled 25 Writing material 28 Bird of prey 30 Braid 33 Consumed 34 Strong scented plant 37 Volcano in Sicily 38 128 cubic feet 40 Artless 41 Country of Asia 42 Besides 48 Escort 45 Single - 46 Thin, broad piece 48 Above poetic 49 Proprietor 51 More painful 53 Cuckoo 54 Sea bird 56 Variety of N. gypsum 61 Open space in a building 62 More than tender 64 Fine ravel lin gs 65 Soft fabric 66 Food fish 67 Allot 68 Concluder 69 Rattling sound in breathing DOWN 1 Feminine title of respect (British) 2 Native' name of Persia 3 Religious division 4 Come into view 5 Range 6 Circle around sun 7 Set on 8 Fastening 9 Begin 10 Treads under foot 11 Act of re peating from memory 12 Deserve 23 Woody plant 18 Wilson's thrush 22 Corded fabric 24 Low herb 25 Steps 26 Coral island 27 Tenacious...
COURT, SIDELIGHTS [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 30 October 1941
COURT SIDELIGHTS Solicitor. (in Small Debts Court): What shape was the square? Woman Witness: Well I think it would be-er approximately square.. -0 Police Prosecutor: Was there any body with you at the time of your arrest? Defendant: No. I was with myself. -0 Witness (in Licensing Court) : I think- Solicitor .(interrupting): Don't think. I object to thinking. -0 Barrister: What day did that hap pen? Woman Witness: Ladies' DayA Barrister: At the races? Witness (in Divorce. Court): Yes, I saw the despondent. Barrister: And what was his con= dition? 'Witness: He was very respondent. -0 Mr. Hardwick, S.M. (in Traffic Court, to man charged with parking offence): How do you plead? Defendant: Guilty. But I made 3/ while the car was parked. Mr. Hardwick: Fined 2/6. You'll make a profit! -0 Police Prosecutor. (Constable Wal don): Are you married? Defendant: Yes, but the wife isn't working just. now.
SPORTING FLASHES FROM EVERYWHERE MELBOURNE CUP ACCEPTORS [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 30 October 1941
SpSROM EVE??: q ASERE :F RO M ~EVERY.WHERE .i-W;' ?. L ? ? .? ., ? . i? ?i • MOE7 MELBOTONR CU." AC-E 'RS iC .: * 5 ' '·` * BOTH FISTS CONNECT to the chin in the fight at Sydney Stadium last Thursday night, when Ron Richards, *11.12 (right), returned to the ring -\o defeat Australian heavyweight champion Bill Britt, 13.1',,, In a non-title botut. Britt took terrific punishment. AT'TOP LEFT: Britt is seen helpless on the canvas after being K,O.'d in the ninth round, Britt was "floored" nine times -In the nine rounds.-(Sydney Telegraph pictures.).
Field of 25 Beau Vite Still Leads In Betting [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 30 October 1941
Field of 25 Beau Vite Still Leads In Betting There were no . surprise with drawals. from, the. Melbourne Cup : -liwen final acceptances: Vere. declared o on ?Monday. There will; be 25 : starters. :' .'THE ACCEPTORS ARE: 6Beau Vite . Laureate,. ,Maikai . It's Funny Lucrative Cavallo El 'Golea Yodvara .Rivette- Status Quo Tranquil Star Frill King -Velocity Skipton , True Flight , Vermont', Saul Galliard -"Chatoona . Palencia Keelie - " .Son of Aurous Yours Truly Shanghai , Triggeirman Six of ..these. final, accepfor? "liave proved themselves over 'the Cup dis .tance.. Beau Vite, wvith fourth. place -last year, ,Maikai has -run the dis ;;tance" several times. Rivette, a Mel boure Cup. Nvinner; Lucrative win ner of the Sydney Cuip; Saul, Austra :ian Cuip winner; and Yours. Triuly successful in the N.Z; Cup. " This, of course, ddes not leave th6 1.youngsters out of the picture. Threer year-olds are due for winning repre sentatioihagain, and this year's. team may come from Laureate, It's ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 30 October 1941
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MARRIED 50 YEARS [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 30 October 1941
MARRIED So YEARS Adelaide, Tuesday, Oct. 28.-=Mr. and Mrs. H. Wilsmore, of Kermodc Street, North Adelaide, will celebrate their golden wedding anniversary on Tuesday. After their marriage they lived for 27 years at Gawlef, where Mr. Wilsmore' was employed at Martin's engineering works.
V.R.C. DERBY NEXT SATURDAY [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 30 October 1941
V.R.C. DERBY NEXT SATURDAY Laureate, winner of the "A.J.C. Derby, looks like winning, the double blue riband at Fleming ton on Saturday. He is a firm favorite in. the bet ting, which now stands as follows: Laureate Skipton Primavera, Status Quo Galliard, The Trapper Art Union, Foxlaw, Gay Revelry, Its Funny, Prince, Spearmain, Vermont Chatham's Choice, Peter, High Road Army News selections for the Derby are: LAUREATE .....-I SKIPTON ........ 2 GALLIARD ...... 3
BRISBANE FIRE [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 30 October 1941
BRISBANE FIRE Brisbane, Oct. 27.-Damage esti mated at £sooo was caused by a spec tacular fire which destroyed thous ands of sheets of veneer and machin ery in the glue shed, of the mills of Newmarket Plywood Company Ltd. A spark from a passing train is be lieved to have started the fire.
Terrified Horse Burnt to Death [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 30 October 1941
Terrified Horse Burnt to Death The racehorse Scardus Homne was burnt to death last weekend, when the stables of L. Bloom .(Caulfield, :Vic.) caught fire. Bloom endeavored to save Scardus Home but the terrified horse re fused tol budge, from his stall. The Melbourne Cup entrant Shanghai also imissed death by only a few minutes. Shanghai's stall was burnt to cinders. It was the same stall that housed thG famous Carbine sonic years ago.
RACING IPSWICH MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 30 October 1941
RACING IPSWICH MEETING The Ipswich Amateur Turf Club held a meeting at Bundanba (Qld.) yesterday. Results were as follows: SIXTHI DIVISION ' HANDICAP (5fur.), 1st Div.-Contretemps, 8.4 (G. Moore) 1, Eye Witness, 8.9 (L. Wrigley) 2, Manop lis. 8.7 (J. MV':phy) 3. Betting: 5/1 12/1, 8/1. Tote for 5/-: 15/6, 11/-, 171'-. _ SIXTH DIVISION HANDICAP, 2nd Div.-Melonyx, 8.2 (E. Conquest) 1, Blue Charm, 9.0 (N. McCrondie) 2, Merry Moments, 7.9 (G. Bougore) 3. FIFTH " DIVISION HANDICAP (5ihfur.). -Arizona, 8.5 (J. Pownall) 1, Sabatino, 8.3 (L. Vickers) 2, Moderation, 8.9 (A. Sharpe) 3, Betting: 10/1, 10/1, 14/1. Tote: £1/8/-, 9/-, 8/0". SECOND DIVISION HANDICAP (Ofur.). -Gold Laddie, 7.12 (J., Goodwin) 1, As surance, .8.2 (M. Hobbs) 2, Alleyes, 7.9 (L. Wrigley) 3. Betting: 4/1, 4/1. Tote: £1/3/., 7/-. FIRST DIVISION HANDICAP (7fur.) Fast Company, 7.9 (W. Martell) 1, Pan theon Prince, 7.2 (L, Wrigley) 2, Bengal Lancer, 9.0 (J. Carmont) 3. Betting:: 3/1, 9/2, 5/2. Tote: 15/0, 6/-. IPSWICH HUNDR...
ASCOT (Sydney) [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 30 October 1941
ASCOT '(Sydney) TOTE (5I-) RACE PLACED HORSES, RIDERS S.P. WIN.. PLACE £ s. d. £ s ,d. LAST GOLD, 9.5 (II. Paton) 25/1 12 3 6 2 1 3 JUMPERS FLAT Forestage, 9.12 (R. Welsh) 6/1 - 1 12 3 (1 mile) Festoon,. 9.12 (C. Stewart) 10/1- No third' Dividend 2, 3 &, 4-YEAR- MARCHOTTI, 8.12 (S. Weiss) 7/ 2 13 9 0 15 0. OLD HANDICAP Gigli, 8,2 (J. Morsillo) 6/1 0 13 .0 (7 fur:) Frantic, 7.0 (J. Carr) 10/1 - 0 13 3 FOURTEEN-TWO BRUCAS, 10.2 (Thompson) 3/1 0 19 6 0 7 0 HANDICAP Kentucky, 8.12 (R. Horton) 15/1 - 0 12 6 (4 fur.) Little Gundi, 10.5 (A. Knox) 5/4 - 0 5 "9 FLYING BRAZANDT, 9.4 (A. Gollogly) 5/1 1 15 3 0 11 3 HANDICAP Brucewood, 8.8, (S. Nicholls) 7/4 - 0 6 ,6 (6V fur.) Tel Asur, 9,0 (it. Horton) 10/1 - 0 17 13.1 ENCOURAGE BRAEMAN, 8.12 (S. Davidson) 2/1 0 16 3 0 7 6 STAKES Druce, 8.0 (J. Duncan) 9/4 - 0 6 0 (1 Mile) Irak, 8.2 (A. Knox) 4/1 - 0 16 6 ROSEBERY LUCKY OMEN, 8.6 (J. Duncan) 2/1 0 8 3 0 7 9 HANDICAP Sologram, 8.6;(E, Terril) . 7/4 - 0 6 3 (lm., Ifur. 50yds.) l Geebung,...
WANTED. 303'S [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 30 October 1941
WANTED .3o3's The Army wants every idle .303 rifle in Australia. It will buy them from persons who are not willing to make them a gift. The appeal was made to-clay because Army officers considered it imperative that Australia should build up a reserve of rifles against any. possible emer gency. They are also wanted for the training of meq in the fighting forces.