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SCOREBOARD FOR SCHOOLS MATCHES G.P.S. GAMES KING'S v SYDNEY HIGH THE KING'S. First Innings, 117. Second Innings. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 27 February 1949
SCOREBOARD FOR SCHOOLS MATCHES GP.S. GAMES KING'S v SYDNEY HIGH THE KING'S. First Innings, 117. Second Inningi. G. CRIPPS, b Mark . 0 P. RAFFIN, c Boslcr, b King .. 13 H. PRELL, c Hosier, b King ..12 W. FARQUHAR, c Sheperdson,/ b Cristofani . 6 N. ROMALIS, c Boslcr. b King 54 M. ROTH, lbw, b Cristofani .. 37 J. STACY, hit wkt, b King .. 12 N. HALL, c and b King .. 0 P. FENWICK, c Walsh, b Cristofani . 14 T. WHITTLE, c Church, b Cris- tofani . 0 J. KENNET, not out . 0 Sundries . 3 Total . 151 Dowling: Mark. 1-26; King, 5-41; Cristofani. 4-62; Walsh, 0 19. SYIJNKY HIGH. First Inrings, 146. Second Innings. K. DYSON, b Fcnwikc . 15 F. I1ANWEI.L, c Farquhar, b Kennett .'.. 1 J. IIOSLER. c Stacy, b Trcil . 3 A. WALSH, run out . 13 n. SHEPHERDSON, b Trcll . 13 V. CRISTOFANI, b Farquhar. 15 G. KING, c Romoiis. b Fcn- wikc . 14 J. SARKS, c Romalis, b Far- quhar . 4 W. FLETCHER, lbw b Trcll . 5 W. CHURCH, not out _ 0 W. MARK, not out . 0 Sundries . 5 Nine wickets for . 88 Sydney High won on f...
WHAT'S IN ITS NAME? AND THE LADY STOLE A KISS [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 27 February 1949
WHAT'S IN ITS NAME? ¡AND THE LADY STOLE A KISS "OOMANCE and histoiy cling .*-*- to maru n.imes in Svdnev Harbour but to none moie closely than Kissinu Poini which runs I into the Pairamatta River fiom the I I R\de- shore, opposite Mortlake. A favourite resort for picnick- ers last century1, from Governor 1 Hunters day, its name has come down to us enmeshed in a tangle of legend. Most popular is the story that Governor Hunter and a picnic party were being rowed upstream when the boat stranded on a reef. Hunter, with British gallantry, insisted on carrying the ladies ashore, saluting the last one with a kiss. An even more romantic tale is that, during the picnic. Hunter fell asleep after lunch. Mrs. Patterson, an adventurous lady, slipped up and kissed him, so that she could claim, the for- feit of a pair of glove^. But more sober historians in- -line to the belief that Kissing Point was given its name because passing boats, taking short cuts, bumped or "kissed" the rocks, which exten...
BRITISH CENTRE [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 27 February 1949
BRITISH CENTRE I -*-» The Minister for Health, Mr. C. A. Kelly, has set aside £40,000 to erect the British Centre, formerly located in Hyde Park, in the grounds of Hornsby District Hospital. - It will be used as a convalescent home for patients from the Hornsby, Parramatta, Ryde, and Royal North Shore Hospitals.
MODEL AIRCRAFT PART II—PROPELLER OF YOUR "WREN" [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 27 February 1949
MODEL AIRCRAFT PART n -PROPELLER OF YOUR "WREN" T^HE job of carving the propel 1er of a plane often stumps the would-be model builder, but with a little practice it is easy. Of course, ready carved pro- pellers can be bought, but first try making your own. Carve two or three, and use the best one. Choose a block of hard, straight-grained balsa 7in by Un by tin thick and pencil the out- lines on the broad face (fig. 1). Then accurately cut away the shaded portions with a small saw, and push a pinhole through the exact centre. You do the actual carving with a freshly sharpened penknife. Razor blades are no good. Carve one edge first, then turn the block around and do the op- posite edge. Take small shavings until you gain confidence, and work each blade down to a flat surface, run- ning right back to the dotted lines (fig. 2). Now take a piece of sandpaper, wrap it around a cork and smooth off the carved portions, rubbing a slight hollow into each face, so that it will "grip" the air....
STAMPS ANNIVERSARY STAMPS The Stampman adds the letter "E" to your alphabet. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 27 February 1949
STAMPS ANNIVERSARY STAMPS The Stampman adds the letter "E" to your alphabet. THE two stamps issued by Bri- tain to commemorate the sil- ver wedding anniversary of King George and Queen Elizabeth have I caused more contioveisy than any other stamp issue. The stamps cost 2id and £ 1. j Collectors consider the £. 1 stamp | much too expensive. Crown Colonies' stamps cele- brating the anniversary,. are also highly priced. Two arc being printed for each colony, one at a low and the other at a high value. A complete set will cost you approximately £65. A set of the' low values only will cost about £1. To-day's illustration is one of the two designs adopted for the Silver Wedding stamps. It is based on a photograph by Dorothy Wilding Portraits Ltd., and produced by Waterlow and Sons, Ltd. i The stamp was printed by pho- togravure process. -THE STAMPMAN
ODD FACTS HORSE SHOD WITH GOLD [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 27 February 1949
I QPP FACTS HORSE SHOD WITH GOLD A/f EMORIES of the gold *?**? rushes were recalled by the finding of a golden horseshoe at Redbridge. Queensland. The shoe is believed to be a relic of the quaint whim of Ah Chong, a wealthy Chinese merchant, who shod his horses with gold-plated shoes for the Wombat races. The first record of a golden horseshoe having been used in Australia is.in 1856. A Mr. Cameron, storekeeper at El Dorado, rode into Beechworth. Victoria, on a horse which was shod with golden shoes. Each shoe weighed 7 1/5 oz. Mr. Cameron later became a member of the Victorian Legisla- tive Assembly. -BILL BEATTY
Churchill Posters Destroyed [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 27 February 1949
Churchill Posters Destroyed BRUSSELS, Feh. 26 (A.A.P.J. I -Belgian police are investigating the destruction by fire of two large hoardings in the city early to-day. The hoardings carried adver- tisements announcing that Mr. Winston Churchill will speak at the European Unity Movements Congress in Brussels to-morrow. Police say they have discovered, plans for Communist demonstra- tions against the congress.
Alleged Purge Of Czech UNO Officials From OUR STAFF CORRESPONDENT [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 27 February 1949
Alleged Purge Of Czech UNO Officials From OUR STAFF CORRESPONDENT NEW YORK, Feb. 26.-The Czechoslovakian Communist Government has successfully brought pressure to bear on the UNO Secretary-General, JVfr. Trygve Lie, to discharge a batch of Czech employees at UNO. The former chief Czechoslova kian delegate to UNO, Mr. Jan Papanek, made this charge to-day. He said the dismissed Czechs were anti-Communist. UNO observers pointed out that Mr. Papanck's charge was significant, because UNO em- ployees are "international civil servants" whose position did not depend on their politics or rela- tions with their home govern- ments. The observers say the Czech Government feared that the anti Communists would join the Coun- cil for a Free Czechoslovakia, formed recently in New York. It is composed of leading anti Communist exiles in the various Western countries. If many of the Czech UNO employees voluntarily joined the council it would have im- mense anti-Communist propa- ganda value. By securi...
BRITAIN MAY LOSE AID Penalty Of Prosperity [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 27 February 1949
BRITAIN MAY LOSE AID Penalty Of Prosperity WASHINGTON, February 26 (A.A.P.).-The Senate Foreign Relations Committee yesterday oudered a public review of the proposed recovery grant to Britain of 940 million dollars (£A300 million). The grant is included in the bill dealing with the next 15 months of Marshall Aid. Senator Arthur Vandcnberg, the leading Republican spokesman on foreign policy, .called for the review after the British Under- secretary for Foreign Affairs, Mr. C. P. Mayhew, had said at UNO on Wednesday that Britain was well on the way to economic re- covery. The Foreign Relations Com- mittee has summoned Mr. Paul Hoffman, who is Marshall Plan administrator, to explain the "wide discrepancies" in the esti- mates of British recovery. The chairman of the commit- tee, Senator Tom Connally (De- mocrat, Texas), said members were determined to allot funds for foreign aid only "when needed and dircly needed." The British Ambassador to Washington, Sir Oliver Franks, said yesterda...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 27 February 1949
PAGE 2. SERIAL. ¡PAGE 3, CRICKET, 'MODEL AIRCRAFT, STAMPS, TRICKS. PAGE 6, STORY, COLOURING BOOK, RICKY AND MIFFY. PAGE 7, PUZZLES. PAGES 4, 5 AND 8, COMIC SECTIONS.
BETS TAKEN ON RACE FERRY Arrest On Harbour [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 27 February 1949
BETS TAKEN ON RACE FERRY i Arrest On Harbour Police yesterday arrested a man for betting in the official ferry which followed the Sydney Flying Squadron race " yesterday afternoon. Shortly after the race finished, a launch pulled up alongside the ferry and a man jumped on board. Two plain-clothes police fol- lowed him, grasped him, and pulled him back on to the ferry. They escorted him from the ferry when it reached Circular Quay. ,-;
A.L.P. Move Against Communists [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 27 February 1949
A.L.P. Move Against Communists Delegates to the annual conference of the industrial groups of the Australian Labour Party will discuss an A.L.P. offensive against Com- munist infiltration, in the Unions. Mr. T. Junor, president of the industrial groups, will take the chair. The conference will devise plans to resist Communist at- tempts to capture affiliated unions. The Communists have unsuc- cessfully run candidates in a num- ber of unions under moderate control. These include milk and ice carters, textile workers, transport workers, furnishing trades work- ers, and tramway and railway workers. These unions are all affiliated with the A.L.P. The delegates will also discuss ways to counter Communist I propaganda in the workshops.
TO "HERALD" MEMBERS [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 27 February 1949
TO "HERALD" MEMBERS ¡ TWOULD like to thank you very much for the good | wishes and suggestions you have sent me since "Play | time" began again. I . Your letters will be answered as soon as possible, but there have been many hundreds, and I am afraid you may have to wait a week or two for a reply. ? I must ask you to be patient also about your point and membership certificates. \ Enrolment forms and competition entries came with such a rush that we have many thousands to type and post. Best wishes, THE EDITOR.
POLICE ACTION UNLIKELY Coffin Mix-up [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 27 February 1949
POLICE ACTION UNLIKELY Coffin Mix-up Oh the known m facts, the cremation mix-up o'n Thursday was not a matter for the poiice, an executive police officer said yesterday. [The body of Robert Lamb, 78, was to have been buried in the Northern Suburbs Cemetery on Thursday afternoon, but was cremated by mistake under another name a few hours earlier.] The funeral parlour concerned was the Chatswood branch of Wood Coffill Limited. The general manager of Wood Coffill Limited, Mr. P. J. Shes grcen, said yesterday that the dead man's relatives and friends had accepted the explanation that an unfortunate mistake had been made. The incident was now closed so far as the relatives and his firm were concerned.
Win To Celebrate Anniversary [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 27 February 1949
Win To Celebrate Anniversary -* Almost a year to the day after his first success in open company, Trover scored a runaway win in the Flying Handicap at Canterbury yesterday. His victory over a field which, included some top-line performers was perhaps the most striking of his career. Trainer R. C. Stanton said later that, although Trover was slow compared with some of the horses he had trained, he was KO honest he expected him to win more i races. Trover started at 50-1 when tit dead-heated with Brazier in the Moorefield Flying on February 21 last year, when ridden by apprentice R. Selkrig. Ridden by Selkrig again yes- terday, Trover, starting at 9-1, was one of the best backed horses in the race. Stanton said Trover was fully a second slower over six furlongs thn'n Holdfast, Silver Rose, and Rodborough, with whom he won good races years ago. /. Honest Horse , Trover, however, was a par- ticularly honest horse, and he hoped and expected tb win more races with him. Trover's task was ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 27 February 1949
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