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Fountains In Hyde Park To Play Again [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 27 February 1949
Fountains In Hyde Park To Play Again » For the first time for six years the fountains of the Archibald memorial in Hyde Park will probably play again to-morrow. During the war, the statuary was removed for safety. When it was restored, engineers decided that a new motor was needed to pump the water. The City Council had to wait for more than a year to get a suit- able motor. The changeover from direct current to alternating current caused further delay. The City Engineer, Mr. A. H. Garnsey, said last night that if the weather was fine the fountain would play again to-morrow morning. The fountain will not be flood- lit yet. The council is calling tenders for equipment to light up the statuary m changing colours of blue, green, and amber.
Dignified Clarence House, now "a place that looks as if somebody lives in it," becomes — Home For A Princess BY A LONDON STAFF CORRESPONDENT [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 27 February 1949
Dignified Clarence House, now "a place that* looks as if somebody lives in it," becomes «i Home For A Princess BY A LONDON STAFF CORRESPONDENT A NEW life will open for ^*- Princess Elizabeth when she and the Duke of Edin- burgh move-into their own home, the first they have had since they were married in November, 1947. Now they will be able to give parties for their personal friends. They were unable to do this while they were living at Buckingham Palace. They have given only one party at the palace, an official reception to which they, in- vited representatives of towns and cities, public institutions, and other bodies which had sent them wedding presents. . Clarence House, their new residence, is a dignified, four storey building overlooking St. James' Park and just down the Mall from Buckingham Palace. , EVER since she^ married 14 months ago, the Princess, like a' great many young mar- ried women, has had to live with her parents most of the time. This is not unusual in England n...
Mrs. Lancaster Suggests— TWO MENUS FOR LENT STUFFED GREEN PEPPERS [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 27 February 1949
Mrs. Lancaster Suggests TWO MENUS FOR LENT LUNCH Stuffed Green Peppers Shrove Tuesday Pan calces DINNER Mixed Melon Cocktail Savoury Fish Tart Spinach, Potato Cro- quettes Baked Pears and Boiled Custard STUFFED GREEN PEPPERS Ingredients: 6 medium-sized peppers. 1 cup each chopped firm ripe tomatoes and soft white bread crumbs. . 2 cups' grated freshly-cooked corn. 1 tablespoon each chopped' onion, parsley, finely diced carrot, green pepper (save the tops for this), melted marga- rine and top milk. 2 eggs. . Pepper and salt to taste. 2 bay leaves, and if liked a little diced celery. Method: Wash peppers well, cut off stem and remove seeds and vein. Parboil, then drain well. Beat eggs slightly, add all the other ingredients and mix well together. Stand peppers in a fireproof dish. Fill with mixture, piling in the centre. Pour ¡n about 1 cup stock in which the corn was cooked and ' bake in a moderate oven for about I hour. Cooked fla*kcd fish, mixed with cooked spaghetti, rice, breadcr...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 27 February 1949
The girl who wasn't *Mark JMayned9 No orchids for Miss Annabelle-yet she could have been the best-dressed girl there.' 'MARK MAYNEING' would have made her "ballerina" the sensation of the party. Remember, "a e|ean and press"' means social success - and MARK MAYNE are wizards at it-particularly on dresses with complicated pleats anil tucks. Keep good clothes good with regular aune MARK MAYNE service includes cleaning hats, suit« day and evening frocks, top coats, raincoats, school clothes, holiday clothes, covers, curtains and bedspreads. Most garments can be dyed, too. CLEANING HEAD OFFICE: Chatswood. DEPOTS: Cnr. Elizabeth mid Liverpool Sis., 365 Pitt Si., and 16 Hunter St., City; and at Bondi, Burwood, Crow's Nest, Gladesville, Parramatta and Petersham. * Free pick-up and delivery North Shore, Burwood, Croydon, Strathfield and Homebush.
New Move Likely On Health Plans [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 27 February 1949
New Move Likely On Health Plans -« CANBERRA, Saturday. -A new Government move for a .compromise on the Free Medicine and National Health Schemes may be made after a meeting of Federal Cabinet next week. It was learned to-day that a - likely Government compromise move will be an offer to extend the scope of the free medicine formulary. The Government may offer to drop its proposal to prosecute doctors who do not co-operate, if the B.M.A. is prepared to make concessions. The prosecutions proposal, put forward by the Minister for Health and Social Services, Sena- tor N. E. McKenna, and suppor- ted by the Prime Minister, Mr.' Chifley, was endorsed by Federal Cabinet last Tuesday. Some Ministers, and many pri- vate Labour members, are deeply concerned at the prospect of an all-out fight with the medical pro- fession in an election year. In pi ¡vate conversations they have expressed fears of the hos- tile influence of doctors in elec- torates, especially industrial elec- torates. LEGAL FI...
More Vegetables Expected To Follow Rain [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 27 February 1949
More Vegetables Expected To Follow Rain . Sydney should have plenty of vegetables until well into the winter. The vice-president of the Fruit and Vegetable Retail Association, j Mr. J. Bryant, said this last night. He said that the recent rain had "?so improved conditions that the housewife could look for bigger supplies of better quality vege- tables at reasonable prices for months to come. Mr. Brya'nt said there would be fewer apples and oranges, but more bananas and pineapples. The tropical fruits were doing particularly well. Queensland's pineapple crop was a record. More high-quality bananas were likely to be seen in Sydney than for years. j
FALL FROM TRAIN Man Critically Injured [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 27 February 1949
FALL FROM TRAIN Man Critically Injured Electric trains were diverted yesterday while ambulance offic- ers treated a man who had fallen from a train between Central and Redfern stations. The man, whose identiay has not yet been established, suffered a fractured skull. He is in Syd- ney Hospital. A passenger on the train, which .was bound for Liverpool, saw the man fall and told a porter at Redfern station. The man is 45 to 50, 5 feet 10 inches, of solid build, and has brown hair and green eyes. He was wearing a three-piece blue suit, black shoes and socks, and had a returned soldiers' badge in his lapel. He had a rail ticket from Syd- ney to Lewisham. ' The little finger and index finger of his left hand appear to have been emputated some years ago. ' Anyone recognising the de- scription should get in touch with Sergeant Duff, at Regent Street police station. WOMAN KILLED BY TRAIN BRISBANE, Saturday.-Trains killed a woman and critically in- jured a man in accidents at Ips- wich and W...
Trainees Win 17 Out Of 30 Scholarships [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 27 February 1949
Trainees Win 17 Out Of 30 Scholarships .. Seventeen of 30 Rhodes Scholarships awarded since 1946 have been won by . Commonwealth Reconstruc tion trainees. The chairman of the Universi- ties Commission, Professor R. C. Mills, said this yesterday. | "In New South Wales," he said, "all five scholarships went' to these students. In Queensland and Victoria they won'four out of five, in Tasmania two, and in . South Australia and Western Australia one each." Professor Mills said that, in addition, 60 scholars travelled overseas- to study in the United Kingdom, France, the United States, and Canada under a special oversea plan financed by the Commonwealth Reconstruc- tion Training Scheme. A bulletin issued by the De- partment of Post-War Recon- struction yesterday stated that more than 150,000 Australians were training under the C.R.T.S. at December 31, 1948. More than 40,000 had com- pleted their training. [Benefits under the C.R.T.S. are available to certain ex-Scrvice per- sonnel and to ...
Darling River Storage Plan Solves Old Problem SAVING FLOOD WATERS [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 27 February 1949
Darling River Storage Plan Solves Old Problem SAVING FLOOD WATERS Engineers say they will conserve millions of gallons of flood waters under the £2,300,000 storage system at Menindee on> the Darling River. The scheme involves I I building 35 weirs. These will make a series of j broadwater steps from the I Queensland border to the Vic I torian border. Three of these weirs are now being bujlt Government engineers expect to begin work on the Menindee site this spring. _ They will bring bulldozers and other equipment from the Bally- rogan dam on the Lachlan. Engineers for generations have been planning a way to make the best use of the water which the Darling collects from 250,000 square miles of country in southern Queensland and north- ern New South Wales, and takes 1,335 miles south to the Murray. In an average year' it * pours 2,150,000 acre-feet of water into the Murray. The Darling presents unusual problems. Jt relies on mon soonal rains, instead of being snow-fed. Its grade is...
ATHLETIC RESULTS State Titles SUB JUNIOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 27 February 1949
ATHLETIC RESULTS State Titles SUB JUNIOR. 90}di HurdlHi A Bainbridge fW S ), 12 25, 1, J Evins (WS), 2 K Mc Mahon (WS), 3 Hop, Step, «id Jomr*t P Pi« (IS)" 44it AViin I P Bernard (Can), 2 R D Millington (M Pk ). 3 i i 210« d« Rclas -Western Suburbs, 1m 33 7s, 1, Botany, 2, Eastern Sub- urbs 3 I JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIP. Hop. Step, and Jump -G V Gedge (St G ) 44(t 6ln 1 P J Cox (N S ), 2, J J Eccles (WS) 3 4 i MOsds Relaj.-Northern Suburbs fm 18s, 1 Botan> 2 Western Suburbs. 3 Shot Put_R P Haitian (Man), 46ft lOin, 1, M Panels (E S ), 2, M Fomenko WS), 3 Javelin Thron_T L Mullins (M Pk ), 15311 4ln. 1, R D Millington (MPk), 2, A Lawrence (Bot ), 3 Ulah Jump-J G Engel (NS), Sft lOin 1. D Stuart (WS), 2, W D. Down INS) 3 I2M« Hurdles.-R J O Rlordan (Bol ) los 1 R Burke (Bot), 2. E rowell (F S ) 3 SbMOR. 4 i 1 mile Rclai - Botany. 18m 16 4s, I Western Suburbs 2 4 x »440yd« Rcln>.-University, 3m 24 4s, I, Western Suburbs, 2,/Botanj, 3 Club Events , lOOsds.-K Crowson (Bol ), IO 2s. I N M...
Confident Of New Plan For Soccer [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 27 February 1949
Confident Of New Plan For Soccer » Members of the Soccer board of directors are confident that the re introduction of inter-city football will soon be acclaimed as a progressive move by all the code's supporters. Objections already expressed 'have mainly been directed against the increased travel costs involved. These, however, can be dis- counted. South Coast member of ths board, Mr. N. A. Gillespie, points out that Sydney clubs would have to visit ,the South Coast whether inter-city or local football'was staged. Such clashes can thus be re- garded as local matches. With 12 teams in the competi- tion, each club will play 22 matches. Sydney clubs will travel north only six times and will play 16 matches locally.' Trip Costs A generous estimate of the cost of each trip north is £20. This means an expenditure of £120 for the six visits. Major clubs will clear this added expense in one home fix- ture and lesser clubs in two. Last year's eight-team competi- tion gave clubs seven home ga...
ASSOCIATED SCHOOLS WAVERLEY v KNOX COLLEGE WAVERLEY COLLEGE. First Innings. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 27 February 1949
ASSOCIATED SCHOOLS WAVERLEY v KNOX COLLEGE WAVERLEY COLLEGE. First InniiiKs. , D. GOW, c and b Newman .. 16 R. QUINN, c Grieve, b Richard- son . 0 N. HAYES, run out . 21 B. BLUNDELL, c and b Grieve 19 J MALONE, st Randall, b Con- stable . 4 W. GOGGIN. b Constable .... 3 P. FINGLETON, b Richardson 13 P. CASTOR, c Pratt, b Rich ardson . 7 B. FORWARD, run out . 0 B. CATHER, not out . 25 R. BRAY, c McGec, b Richard- son .,. 3 Sundries ...>..... 5 Total .TÎ6 Bowling: A. Richardson. 4-28: R. McGce, 0-17; K. Newman, 1-22: F. Pratt, 0-5: B. Grieve, 1-19: D. Constable, 2-20. Second Innings. N. HAYES, c and b Constable . 37 D. GOW. nqt out . 20 B. BLUNDELL, c Pratt, b New- man . 14 R. QUINN, not out . 7 Sundries . 2 Total, two wickets for .. SO Donling: A. Richardson. 0-23; R. McGce. 0-30: K. Newman, 1-15: D Constable, 1-3: II. Grieve. 0-7. KNOX COLLEGE. First Innings. F. PRATr, b Ha>cs . 14 J. WOODGER, Ibw, b Hayes 28 C. CONSTABLE, c Bray, b Malone . 8 J., SOUTHAM,. Ibw, b Blundell II ...
Atkins Likely To Wrestle For Title STAFF CORRESPONDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 27 February 1949
Atkins Likely To Wrestle For Title STAFF CORRESPONDENT. NEW YORK, Feb. 26. -Australian wrestler Fred Atkins expects to meet "Whipper" Billy Watson within a month for the British Empire heavyweight title. The match will be staged at the Maple Leaf Garden, Toronto. Atkins's record since be left Australia last year includes more than 50 wins, two draws, and one disqualification. Speaking by telephone from his Canadian home. Atkins said ho had done well financially in North America. "I have packed the Mapjc Leaf Garden five times," he said. "It holds 15,000 people, and is the last word in arenas." Atkins has wrestled in San Francisco, Los Angeles, St. Louis, and Buffalo. He and Mrs. Atkins arc now living at Crystal Beach, a few miles from Niagara Falls. "I haye been in Canada three months , now," Atkins said. "Among'' the topliners I've met have been Bill Lawson and Frank Tunney. They are Toronto's best. Atkins's plans depend on the outcome- of the title match, but it is doubtful ' whet...
PLAN TO REVIVE SYDNEY CLUB [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 27 February 1949
PLAN TO REVIVE SYDNEY CLUB A plan to revive the name of the old Syd- ney Cricket Club, with Rushcutter Bay Oval as its headquarters, is to be placed before the City Council soon by Padding- ton District Club. Paddington now lies within the boundaries of the Sydney City Council. Until 25 years ago the Sydney Cricket Club represented the city area, but it merged with Padding- ton and lost its identity. For some years there has been a growing body of opinion with- in Paddington club favouring a leturn to the old name. Now that the recently-extended City Coun- cil boundaries embrace its dis- trict, action is to be taken. The president of Paddington District Club, Mr. Cyril Docker, said yesterday that a move from Trumper Park was necessary. "The pavilion there has been condemned, and the whole of the surroundings are in a shabby state," he added. "We have been playing some competition matches on Rush cutter Bay Oval, which is a much more attractive place than Trum- per Park-probably one ...