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Galloped Greenly, But Still Smashed Record SAN DOMENICO GREAT INI OAKLEIGH Brilliant Win [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 27 February 1949

Galloped Greenly, But Still Smashed Record SAN DOMENICO GREAT IN OAKLEIGH « Brilliant Win From JOHN SCHOFIELD MELBOURNE, Saturday. Though plainly lost in surroundings strange to him, Sydney gelding San I Domenico to-day gave one of the grandest exhibitions of galloping ever seen at Caulfield. He won the Oakleigh Plate (S^f) in 1m 4ÍR, breaking by a quarter of a second, the Australasian record established 12 years ago by Aurie's Star. San Domenico's rider, A. Ward, said after the race that his mount jumped away on the "wrong leg," swerved with fright at the l^-mile starting barrier near the turn into the straight and then darted in towards the rails. Then San Domenico straigh-l tened up and raced away in the straight to beat two 'other Sydney horses, Count Cosmo, by two lengths, and, Filipino by two and a half lengths. Ward was a trifle worried when San Domenico jumped, away ïrong leg forward. He bad planned to keep the> {elding on his toes because, with an open barrier, he felt h...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 27 February 1949

AAC DOWELL SWILL SERVE YOU BEST' STAR PRINTED SPUN A neat design for junior frocks. Will wash and J IA A wear well, and at this price it's a bargain. £A/ I I 36in wide. "¥/ ? ? WHITE GEORGETTE While it lasts! 300 yards' for the early customer to-morrow morning.« Smooth, even weave clear X / white georgette. 36in wide. Regret, no Mail f\ / a or 'Phone Orders. LINGERIE mSHUNG' None better than 'Celanese' for serviceable and flattering lingerie. Pastel and white grounds with a neat floral design. 36in wide. 6/8 DENISON CREPE Just Arrived! A full selection of the latest colours in this exclusive weave for bridesmaids' frocks. 42in wide. 7/3 X WINDSOR CREPE Specially reduced after stocktaking. A splendid "f / A A range of popular colours in this good quality v | / I I crepe. 36in wide. ? ' ?' WHITE SHARKSKIN An outstanding favourite for crisp suits and frocks. Priced at a new level for to-morrow. 36in wide. 8/5 FLORAL SHEERS Delightful designs on pastel grounds for frocks and negligees. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 27 February 1949

EUS SCOTCH WHISKY WHISKy AT ITS BEST foie Agenht WALTE» CAVILL PTY. LTt>i MARIE CLAIRE BRAWDY * * * * *

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NEW FILMS "The Search" [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 27 February 1949

*NEW FILMS' "The Search" T^HERE can be little-doubt even ?*? among the hard-hearted, that "The Search," made for M.G.M. by a Swiss producer in Europe, is the most profoundly poignant film seen here for some years. More than that, it is the first film to come to close grips with the harrowing human problems of post-war Europe and to shirk no ugly truth in building a drama of hope and patient steadfastness among the grim miseries of a shattered Continent. This story of the lost children of Europe, the long search for children, and the long search for parents, is related in a factual style that carries the dramatic force of real happenings. It is fold, too, with a compassion and an under- standing of children that will move the heart of a stone. It is simply a great picture unpretentious, fiercely sincere, and as exciting as a "thriller" if you can escape its shaming lesson of the inhumanities of War. We have seen adult heroes tortured in war films and have often been quite unmoved by ...

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MUSIC AND THE THEATRE Prize Novel Reshaped Those who read Ruth Park's novel, "The Harp in the South," must be prepared for various changes when the Independent Theatre presents it as a play next Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 27 February 1949

MUSIC AND THtTHEATRE Prize Novel Reshaped For Stage Those who read Ruth Park's novel, "The Harp in the South," must be prepared for various changes when the Independent Theatre presents it as a play next Thursday. By LESLIE REES Collaborator in the stage ver- sion of "Harp In The South." THIS book won ' the £2,000. prize in "The Sydney Morning Herald's" first novel . contest. I can claim credit for having lured Ruth Park into believing that her Surry Hills,'story con- tained the plot content, the characters, the sense of crisis and resolution necessary to a stage drama. The adaptation is a joint ven- ture. Miss Park wrote most of the dialogue for the play, the scenario and the shaping to stage uses are mainly mine. Inevitably, elements of the novel .have .been discarded, re- duced, or developed, as the theatre seemed to need it. There are good precedents. Many famous novels or short stories have been redesigned to the stage. * -¥. * TTERE is one example of the *-?*- changes necessar...

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Notes On The Beat [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 27 February 1949

Notes On The Beat ISADOR GOODMAN, who has returned to Sydney for a short concert season, thinks the Sydney and Melbourne orchestras give better performances than the gen- eral run .of British orchestras. With the exception of the Royal Philharmonic and the Halle, he thinks British orchestras "play too much, rehearse too little, and have tired and disinterested conduc- tors." The concert-giving field, he says,, is saturated with mediocri- ties billed as "the world's great- est" this or that. Among the younger pianists, Moura Lym pany is the only one who really impresses him as an artist. ' . . . THE Civic Symphony» Orches- tra, which fluctuated between life and death for several months, is now assured of sufficient finan- cial support to enable it to "con- tinue with its series of concerts at Marrickville and Ashfield this year. The Marrickville and Ashfield Councils,- despite last year's un- satisfactory financial result, have promised the orchestra a measure of support, andv an' al...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RELIGION AND LIFE Worry Is Mistrust Of God [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 27 February 1949

[ RELIGION AND UFE Worry Is Mistrust Of God By Major-General, the Rev. C. A. Osborne T^VERY year wei become more and more proficient in the mechanical processes of living; but those processes have become so demanding that we have little or no time to think why we are living. ]STOT long ago, a man put a problem to me along these lines: "I wish you could help my wife. She's worrying herself to death. It started during the war when she had something to worry ahout. Now the children are glowing up and she worries about everything theydo. She worries about me and the business, although I'm really doing very well. She worries about her health and mine. We don't go to church much. I suppose you think that's all wrong, but, quite frankly, we don't find church-going at all helpful; it doesn't seem to have much connection with everyday life." This pathetic little character sketch could be applied to thous- ands of men and women in Aus- tralia today. Worry seems to be one of the chronic ailmen...

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CONFIDENCE IN CUP CANDIDATE [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 27 February 1949

CONFIDENCE IN CUP CANDIDATE .-< MELBOURNE, Saturday.-Con- nections are confident that Royal Pageant will win the Australian Cup after his attractive success in the Bond Handicap at Caulfield to-day. "I think he is a good thing for the Cup," said Charlie Fisher, son of Rojal Pageants trainer, after the race ' The longer the race the better Royal Pageant likes it ' The gelding who*is owned by Mr Ossie Porter, to day beat Sydney performer New Cashmere by a length, with Dhutia third The Cup will be run over 2m lit at Flemington on March 14 Royal Pageant drops from 8 7 to day lo 8 1 m the Cup Fisher scnioi trained Sirius for his Melbourne Cup success Ro\il Pageant looked in solid condition to day ind he should be extremely fit on Cup da> Mr Ossie Porters former trainer Theo Lewis may ha\e been a lucky omen in Royal Pageants win Lev. is v< as on the course to I ; day for the first time since his : disqualification on February 24, 1948, over the running of Better D...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
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Starter Denies Gate Spoilt Flying Start [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 27 February 1949

Starter Denies Gate Spoilt Flying Start By GEORGE MILLER The hot favourite, Mine Host, was left at the start of the Canterbury Flying" Handicap yesterday because the gate of his stall was slow to open, appren- tice J. Waterhouse told trainer A. S. Croall after the race. This was not supported by the starter, Mr. J. Gaxieu, who said 'that all the gates had opened simultaneously. ,ln one of the most straggling gate starts since the introduction of the equipment to Sydney suburban courses, Mine Host was slowly away, and third favourite, Heroic Sovereign, and Grey Nurse were hopelessly left. After the race, Croall said: "Mine Host's gate did "not open with the others. My rider told me this and I believe him." Complaint Lodged Croall complained , to the stewards. Waterhouse told the stewards that in his, opinion the gate was slow to open. However, on the evidence of riders of horses on either side of Mine Host, and that of Mr. Gaxieu, the stewards held that Waterhouse's statement was not...

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Old Sydneians' Jubilee [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 27 February 1949

Old Sycliieians' Jubilee "\A70RKING for the Old Sydneian's Union Jubilee Ball, vv MISSES MARGOT JOHNSON. ROSEMARY COWPER. JOAN HOLT, and JOANNE FITZGERALD met at lunch at Romano's to discuss plans. The ball will be held at the Trocadero on April 5.

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Two Families Plan Tour With Music [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 27 February 1949

Two Families Plan Tour . With Music \X/HEN pianist Hephzibah Metiuhin (Mrs. Lindsay Nicholas) begins her tour next month for the A.B.C. with Violinist Ernest Llewellyn, they each plan to take their children along for part of the tour. "It will be a gipsy caravan tour," Mrs. Mcnuhin said in Mel- bourne. / As a /onata leam, Hcphzibah Mcnuhjn and Ernest Llewellyn will give recitals in Sydney, open- ing on March 29; Melbourne, April 21, and then Canberra and Brisbane. She described Ernest Llewellyn as "the" best violinist in Australia." The pianist has two children, Kronrod 8, and Marston 5. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Llewellyn also have two boys, Dafydd 71, and Richard Lindsay 21. The families are close friends. Outlining plans for the tour, Mrs. Nicholas said Mrs. Llewellyn and her two children would stay at the Nicholas home, Pura Pura, Terrinallum, Western District, untile half-way through her Syd- ney engagement with Mr. Llewel- lyn. They would all meet in Sydney when Mr. Nicholas came ov...

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Cryptogram Solution Problem on Page 10 [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 27 February 1949

:¡íí:::::::::::::::::::¡i::;¡¡..;:.¡.>.i. Cryptogram Solution I Problem on Page 10 I When a stupid man is doing something he is ashamed of, he always declares that it is his duty. - Bernard Shaw, "Caesar and Cleopatra."

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THE WOMAN'S VIEWPOINT Climbing The Steps In Average Home [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 27 February 1949

THE WOMAN'S VIEWPOINT Climbing The Steps In Average Home AS you go about your house -'*. hold jobs do you ever notice how many steps you climb up and down in the average house? I'd like, not only a pedometer to measure the miles that are walked every day, but also a register of the extra energy that we expend on climbing up and down. I've just been staying in an old colonial cottage, where there is not a-single step even from stone verandah to the old-fashioned garden. And what a rest, in housework, in carrying trays, in daily 'movements! Try to get a pram down three or four steps, or drag the shop- ping basket up on to the back verandah. Isn't it the last straw? . . . I'VE been having a few days *. holiday lately. People have the most varied ideas as to the perfect vacation, but I am quite definite about it. It does not matter what you do, or how you do it, as long as you can choose for yourself. Ordinary life is just one long series of "having to do things"; your holiday should be...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 27 February 1949

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 27 February 1949

E armers new tweeds new tweeds 4i^ ?fid coat wide 54 inch yards start at 11/2. MAKE A MAKE A MAKE A TOPCOAT, SUIT, SKIRT, - ABOUT ABOUT ABOUT 65/- 35/- 20/ Buttenck' patterns Coat 4672, 2/2, Suit 4600, 2/2, Skirt, 4432, 1/10 See this exciting crop of autumn tweeds, just arrived Wonderful are the new stripes and checks, the hcinngbones, cross checks, over checks, wonderful the rich, misty g.eys, blues, greens, browns FARMER'S first fleer, mail order«

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SUNDAY "HERALD" CROSSWORD—No. 6 [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 27 February 1949

SUNDAY "HERALD" CROSSWORD-No. 6 ACROSS: 1. ^Just the boy to spoil the crackpot little instrument and let a thousand fortify a nobleman. (9) 4. Takes variations from "one whose life was writ in water." (5) 6. Dog dominion found a re- placement for the maize in New Zealand. (12) 10. Cut the weed. (4) . 12. Time lo do this when Valentine visits the ceme- tery for the last time. (8) 13. De Maupassant Cove and Fawkes Cove? (4) 15. He notices that it is noth- ing to be a receiver's op- ponent. (8) 16. Mother swallows an ex convict and wine. (6) 19. Cowers during this legal deed. (6) . 21. The number- of hitting-off places on the links avoids the temptations of the 19th hole. (8) . , 24. Habit will not. (4) 27. Gemma takes.500 to get his 1000 in this faith. (8) 28. Sound of bells. (4) 30. Choose part of the candle suit invented by Charles Dickens. (8, 4) 31. Inhabitant of a South Coast town made a start? (5) 32. Communist money-order is variegated. (9) DOWN: 1. Teeming humanity be- tween S...

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SMART FROCK FOR WOOL OR VELVET PLUNGING NECKLINE [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 27 February 1949

SMART FROCK FOR WOOL OR VELVET pATTERN\S are 1/3 each and can be obtained from "The ' Sunday Herald" Pattern Department, 5th Floor, Herald Buildine. (Pitt Street entrance), or by post. They arc avail- able for one month from date of publication. ORDER FORMS SHOULD BE PRESENTED WITH EACH ORDER OVER THE COUNTER OR ENCLOSED WITH APPLI- CATIONS BY POST. Send postnl applications In "The Sunday Herald" Pattern Service, Box 506, G.P.O., Sydney, enclosing postal note for 1/3 for each paftcrn ordered. GIVE THE PATTERN NUMBER, SIZE, YO*UR FULL NAME AND ADDRESS. PLUNGING NECKLINE S.H.5398 Glamorous enough for smart occasions, yet easy to make, here is a design that a home dressmaker could "run-up" quickly for an unexpected in- vitation. Featuring a plunging neck- line, the bodice is designed on moulded lines, and fastened with four florin-sized buttons. Youthful bows trim the slightly gathered short sleeves. . ORDER FORM Pattern Nos. S.H.5398 and S.H.5400 NAME. (In Block Letters) ADDRESS . PAT...

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SCOTT of the ANTARCTIC British film makers have recorded one of the most stirring chapters of courage in the long history of British Polar exploration. By A London Correspondent [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 27 February 1949

SIGI PERREAU-Even Goldwyn wept SCOTT of the ANTARCTIC British film makers ha most stirring chapters history of British ve recorded one of the of courage in the long Polar exploration. By A London Correspondent SCOTT of the Antarctic" the Royal Command Performance film took nearly two years' to make. Almost a documentary, it is complete in every detail, down to the printing of the wrappers round the bars of chocolate taken by the expedition. The project began in 1944, when Charles Frend who later directed the picture, discussed his plans with Ealing Studios. Two years later technicolour cameraman Osmond Borra- daile, who filmed "The Over landers," set out for the Antarctic to film background scenes. Six months later he returned after travelling 30,000 miles. IN the meantime research had been going on in Eng- land. All the survivors of Scott's expedition were traced and questioned. Permission had to be granted by' the rela- tives of those who were lost, lor actors to impersonate them....

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The chemist can match nature in the production of many gems — and the chemist works faster. Can You Pick True Gems from False? It may not be long before you can have buttons of real emeralds, and stud the dog's collar with sapphires. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 27 February 1949

The chemist can match nature in the production of many gems - and the chemist works faster. ' Can You Pick True Gems from False? It may not be long before you can have buttons of real emeralds, and stud the dog's collar with sapphires. By APRIL McKEE-WRIGHT nPHE chemist has caught .*- up ' with nature. From the laboratory now come syn- thetic emeralds, rubies and sapphires created by a pro- cess which makes them, in truth, real gemstones. Exquisite beauty and crafts- manship are now within reach of everyone. Lovely, durable and fresh, the laboratory-made gem is yours for shillings, where the gemstone crystallis- ed through millions of years, often flawed or discoloured, is worth pounds, more often hun- dreds of pounds. npHE new gems are not just paste and glass, which can be detected easily by their colour, nor doublets and trip- lets. In a doublet, the front is real and the back paste. In a triplet, the front and back are real, but to add depth and colour to the stone the "Centre i...

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