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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 27 February 1949
.TRUTH »IN ADVERTISING" THAIN ANTHONY HORDERNS' Opens the -NEW AUTUMN SEASON with ¿umd ifei/uÜ '(f M British« "Tattans hit fashion headlines" says "American Vogue and Haipei's Bazaar reporting on the latest showings by Schiaparelli, Balmain, Dior and Hartnell... And in Australia fashion-conscious women have enthused over this new trend, so in order to meet their demands Anthony Hoi derm* has imported a wonderful collection of famous Scottish Tartans which is now available priced at 18/- a yard. 54in. wide. \ ENGLISH ROMAINE fine light-height Worsted Frocking in pastel tones. 54in. wide. 28/6 yard. ENGLISH ANGORA super-fine Frocking Weave; newest autumn tonings. 54in. wide. 28/10 yard. WOOL MOSS pure Woisted medium-weight Frocking in new season shades. 54in. wide. 28/6 yard. AUSTRALIAN BOUCLE Flocking in all pure -Kool finel) woven material. 54in. wide. 8/4 yaid. STRIPE TWEEDS in variegated colourings in the new chc\ron wea\e. 54in. wide. 12/- yaid. BOUCLE COATING in channing new sha...
STABLE'S COUP WITH COLT [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 27 February 1949
STABLE'S COUP WITH COLT MELBOURNE, Saturday.-Followers of the Lou Robertson stable threw in for a good "first-up" success on Iron Duke at Caulfield to-day. Their confident support was justified for the colt led nearly all the way to win the first division of the Trenton Stakes. ' One bncker, a well-known Caulfield trainer, won £5,000 on the race. Commencing to bet early, he had £1,000 to £80 three times, and two other bets noted were each of £500 to £40. He made other wagers as he moved along the line of bookmakers. Iron Duke, who is a fine type of colt, by Le Grand Due, and ft half brother to Modulation and other good performers, eventually started at 5-1. Sold In Sydney He was bought in Sydney as a yearling for 1.800 guineas by j. Holt, who retired temporarily from training recently because of ill-health. Holt, who always had a high' opinion of the colt, passed him on to Lou Robertson. Iron Duke had the run of the race, and was in third place be- hind Prince Albion and Syrian Sun ...
WELL-PAID JOBS ON ROCKET RANGE [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 27 February 1949
WELfcPäaB JOBS ON ROCKET RANGE CANBERRA, Saturday. -The Government has call- ed applications for a number of senior posts on the" long« range weapons establish- ment in South Australia. In the House of Representatives a fortnight ago the Minister for Defence, Mr. J. J. Dedman, ad mitted that the project "was not proceeding as fast as the Govern- ment would like." Well-informed circles say there have been serious delays, caused by shortage of building materials and labour and lack of trained scientific staff. High scientific qualifications are demanded for the posts now open. Salaries range from £.1,500 a year to £1,688 a year. The positions are: Superintendent of Plans at Salisbury (£1,500 to £1,688). Duties include responsibility for the planning of the work to en- sure that requirements are met. Superintendent of Research and Development at Salisbury (£1,500 to £1,688).-Duties in- clude the initiation of research and development work leading to the design of new weapons. The appoi...
BEAU GEM IN TRIAL IN MELBOURNE [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 27 February 1949
BEAU GEM IN TRIAL IN MELBOURNE MELBOURNE, Saturday. Having arrived from Adelaide during the week. Beau'Gem had his first Melbourne trial .this morning. He ran five furlongs at Epsom without effort in 1.10, 30ft from the rails. He tried hard to in- crease his speed, but his rider (F. Delaney) kept a firm hold. Gieat Hero, who will leave for Sydney next week, sprinted five furlongs in 1.6} on the course proper at Epsom this morning. APPRENTICE R. Pearse (left) who rode Darelle io victory at Canterbury yesterday for Mr. M. Tobin (right).
Darelle's Record Now Nine Wins In Sixteen Runs [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 27 February 1949
Darelle's Record Now Nirie Wins In Sixteen Runs Newcastle mare Öarelle's win in the First Ashbury Mixed Stakes at Canterbury yesterday was her ninth success in 16 starts. After the race Darclle was subjected to routine swab- bing, i The swabbing was not com- pleted until 40 minutes later, ,iftei the next race had been run. Darellc's owner, Mr. M. Tobin, well-known former Newcastle hotclkccper. said he and his fiicnds had backed the mare reasonably well on the strength of an excellent track gallop at Newcastle last Thursday. Stable support for Dai elie had been restricted because of fear that heavy rain might have affected the track, Mr. Tobin said. Trainer C. Unwin, who pre- pared Darelle, said it was the first time in his 40 years as a trainer that one of his horse's had been swabbed.. Unwin is a great believer in travel to help fit a horse, for racing. Yesterday's was Darelle's third visit to Sydney. She won a Mixed Stakes» at Moorefield several months ago, beating Darling. She ha...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 27 February 1949
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New Dominion To Back Natives FROM OUR LONDON OFFICE [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 27 February 1949
New Dominion To Back Natives FROM OUR LONDON OFFICE IN a conference room within the sound of Victoria Falls, in central Africa, the motto of pioneer Cecil Rhodes: "Equal rights for all civilised men," was in many minds this month. There a new epoch in Afri- can affairs was being bom, and one that was already causing alarm among South African Na- tionalists. Gathered around the table were men from Northern and Southern Rhodesia and from adjacent Nyasaland, all agreeing to join forces in a Central African Fede- ration modelled on Australia, and to pursue a benevolent native policy. It was little wonder that the Nationalist Government in South Africa and its. supporters were feeling alarmed. Here was not only a strong challenge to their leadership in British Africa, but something which might make eight million natives suppressed in South Africa look wistfully northwards to a more kindly Dominion. There was danger in. the situa HUGGINS One Deaf Ear lion. Would South African na- tive fee...
WRESTLE DRAWN [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 27 February 1949
WRESTLE DRAWN -+ Americans Tarzan White and Ray Gunkel wrestled « di aw at Leichhardt Stadium last night. Each man scored a fall. Guiikcl, wiih an advantage in height, reach, and weight, looked ihe winner half way through the match, but White's experience gradually made up the leeway. Des. Green won the support- ing wrestle by bealing Frank Hurley by two falls lo one. Boxing.-Eight rounds: Billy Murphy (9-10) outpointed Ken Walsh (9-9).
W.P. GREYHOUNDS Parramatta Stake, 550 yds. 1st div. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 27 February 1949
W.P. GREYHOUNDS Parramatta Stake, 550 yds. 1st div. OUR BLUEBELLE (1) . I ALKAN (3) 2 SNAPPER GINGLE (7) 3 Then followed The Valley (2) 4 Another Tune (8) 5 Dot s Dream (6) 6 Giltun (4) 7 Choice Luba (5) 8 BETTING 2 OUR BLUEBELLE 5 "> Gillum 6 Dot s Dream 8 Choice I ubi IO Snipper Glnele 14 Alk in 15 The Valley 25 Another Tune Divs (for 5/) Win 15/9 place 7/ 14 3 £1/1/3 Held 6 len Time 41 la Started 7 20 Comment! Our Bluebcllc was smirtcst away and led from Alkin Glltura Vnotlicr Tune ind Choice Luba Gillum ind Dot s Dream ran wide at the first turn At hall way Our Bluebcllc led from Alkan The Valley Choice Luba and Another Tune Our Bluebcllc held the commanding Irad at the home turn and went on to win from AUan and Snapper Gingie Parramatta Stake, 550 yds. 2nd div. BRUNO S CHOICE (I) I MILLS BFST (8) 2 AMBLE IN (6) 3 Thru followed High Que (3) 4 I ittlc Tips (7) 5 Anne Golden (5) ft Robcx (4) 7 Warren s I iss (2) 8 BFTTINGt 2 High One 9 2 Robes 6 Mills Best little Tips 7 BRUNOS ...
MELB. NIGHT TROTS [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 27 February 1949
ItlELB. NIGHT TROTS WOODSIDE HANDICAP lî'/if - PREDICTION 36sds (D Mcinnes) 1 FATHERS WISH (Tas) »cr (A J Trench) 2 DON MANRICO 48sds (K I rcudcnthal) 3 BFTTING 5 4 Father s Wish 4 HrcnJ Mic (NSW) PREDICTION 7 Swordsmuis Triumph 10 Scnor Wilbur | 12 New Gold 15 Maicnus ->l) I rince Conceit Don Mímico 25 Edni Raider Mechanism 13 Gas Dal) 1 oicduck 50 Grind Bos 66 Direct McKinncs Diss (for 5/> Win £1/15/ place 9/ S 6 £2/3/ lOsds yd Time 3m 39 Ss Scratched William Redmond Waniea Plcisant Bob Miracle Boy Betty 1*1 mont BAYSWATER STAKES IZVif-NEW ORO scr (J S Robinson) I ELLFS WILKES scr (A Turner) 2 JDEAI LOUIS scr (R Rothackcr) 3 BET TING 3 NEW ORO Ideal Louis 4 Scottish Gem i Dauntless Peter 8 Filen Wilkes Tawny Port 15 Sir Wonga 20 Lord Toby 25 Village Oucen Smooth Action 40 Lady Vinda Sam s Image 66 Admiral Tren 100 Welcome Cob ber Genial Charles Connell Derby Divs Win 17/6 place 9/6 17/ 9/6 6yds 4yds Time 3m 31s Scratched valley Princess DAREBIN HANDICAP, 111-MAIN SPRING scr ...
COUNTRY GREYHOUNDS Newcastle [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 27 February 1949
\VOUNTRY GREYHOUNDS] Newcastle MAIDEN QUALIFYING STAKE SOOvd«-MIGHTY SUDDEN 1 PHOE NIX CHIEF 2 COUNT CHRIS 3 BETTING 3 MIGHTY SUDDEN Phoe nix Chief 4 Chnmplon Anna 7 Count Chris IO Glee Boy 15 Gallant Moa Trion s Hcai Double Joi Divs (for 5/) Win 16/ place 7/3 9/3 3 len neck Tim- 2) Is NsTs ICF STAKE 500yds -AMEDO I IOW ELI I 2 SNIP MANETTL 3 BETTING 2 AMI-DO 3 Powell! 5 Dark Palamar III onie Dell IO Pacific Lads 15 Howamoi Wildfire Hoy Snip Man cite Diss Win 15/ place 6 6 7/6 £1/4/ Head held time 29 4s SI'tFDWA^ STAKE No I 6*0vd&lt; - TRrSH KING I TEMPERMENTAL LAD 2 MOSS LAD 3 BriTING 1 Silver ringer 4 TRESH KING Tem permcntal Lad \ Elaine Marie 6 Moa » Lad Bronze Peg«) 7 Tim Star Diss Win £1/17/9 pHcc 16/ 12/6 3 len 3 len Time 39 2s Scratched Majestic Miss MEREWETHER STAKE Nn 1 SOO yds-INSTIGATOR I ALMO BURN 2 SURREY MOA 3 BETTING INSTIGATOR 7 2 Nimble Amber 9 ' Almo Burn 6 Wee China 7 Rowds Mlrecka 8 Surrey Moa 15 Harmand) Super Mist Divs Win £1/1/6 place 7/9 11 6 10 6 4 ...
Bathurst Trots [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 27 February 1949
Bathurst Trots BEGINNERS' HANDICAP, lm 48yds -IOHNNY WIRRA scr (L Cahill), 1 GAY MUSICIAN ser (F Adams). 2. SPFEDY JOr «ser (K McFnrlanU), 3 BETTING Tsens Gis Musician, 2 Speeds Joe J JOHNNY WIRRA Tons Walli, rising Mint 10 Mnv Walli Diss (for s ) C1/4/6 4/ Neck 2 len Time 2in 14s Scratched Bandonettc, Lorna .Star rrnlc s Pride CAMBFRG HANDICAP. 1V4m 48yds. -WAI LA PRINCESS. 84sds sT Turn bull) 1 MINTON HARVEY 48yds (A Weekes) 2 7ANE GREY. 60sds (L Cahill) 3 BEITING! 2 Mmton H irvcv, Zinc Gres. 5-2 WALLA PRINCESS, 3 Willi Charm IO Tai cm Terror Diss £1 3/1 len 4 len Time, 3m 35s Scratched Old Ynndarn PRESIDENTS HANDICAP, 1 Vim 72vds.-PRINCE'S GIRL. 12yds (R Lea healer) I, KNOCKOUT scr (T Turn bull) 2. STAR ROCK 12yds (A Weekes) 1 BFTTING 2 PRINCE'S GIRL 3 Knockout. Hiehklng Stir Rock 4 Old Yandarra Diss 10/1 17/1 Half-len 2 len Time. >m 4s All started BATHURST HANDICAP. I"im 7Isd«. -PRINCESS ROBINA, scr (R Ryan), 1 LAWN OUEEN 4S)ds (T Turnbull), 2 ROCK ST\R scr (A Weekes), X BETT...
Unpossessed [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 27 February 1949
Unpossessed This is the secret in the wild blood , Of every man: the fierce, ungarnered dream. Came She and stood beyond the first man's fire, Calling between the shadow and the flame; And he who followed . . . never came again Into the safe preserve of wife and home. And he who stayed . . . withstands again each Spring The old assault. The passionate blossoming . Of flower and wing upbraids his armoured heart. The woman: Lilith, Salmne or Helen, Never possessed, never held consummate This is the secret in the wild blood Of every man. - MINA GRAY
IPSWICH RESULTS [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 27 February 1949
IPSWICH RESULTS MAIDEN NURSFRY HANDICAP I M-Flret Division TEA TOWFL 8 0 (A McKeon) 1 CIVIC STAR 7 11 (R Msddc-k) 2 TRES VITE 8 9 (N Stephens) 3 BFTTING 5 4 Tres Vite 5 Civic Star 7 Merry Widow Te Loch 8 Lorna Kay 14 Beau Valet Urambie Bay 20 Gold Step TEA TOWEL 25 Lads Rimscll 11 Rlsnbel 50 Katamon Phvlex Diss (for 5/) £2/12/6 4/ 3/6 I'-i len IVi len Time lm 3s MAIDEN NURSERY HANDICAP ff-Second Division! NA VISON 8 4 (A Tindall) 1 ROYAL EDITION 7 12 (A McKeon) 2 LA VEIL 7 11 (R Maddock) 3 BETTING 3 Coser Up La Veil 9 2 NAVISON 5 Royal Edi lion 8 Roadsted Scribble 14 Grey leg 20 Toomloom 25 Fairy Hawk Rim wood 33 Fine Sir Groundwork La Perouse, Divs 17'6 6/6 5/ Short neck IVi len Time lm 3s MAIDEN HANDICAP, «ht 6f-First Division GIRVAN 7 7 (K Lee) 1 FAST JOY 8 12 (1 Harbutt) 2 BUZ ZARD S BA> 8 2 (N Best) 3 BET TTNG &lt;" 4 Blizzard s Bas 7 2 Mlddlcr 5 GIRVAN 8 Fast Joy 10 Tetraclque 12 Brown Lee Bubbling Over 14 Black King Gara Bell Starfast Don Pablo Sool Count 20 Dashin...
CAULFIELD RESULTS Weather Fine, track firm. TRENTON STAKES, 5f (2-y[?] and [?].) First Division. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 27 February 1949
CAULFIELD RESULTS \ Weather Fine, (rack firm, i TRENTON STAKES. 5f (2-J.-0. c. and |.) First Division. I IRON DUKE W S Robinson and A M Williamson s hele Grand Duc-Vocal 8 0 (W W11 Harrison) 1 SYRIAN SUN J Burulu br c St Magnus-Zuleelda 7 S &lt;VV A Smllhj 2 NAPIER C A Underwoods b c Dhoti-Malaga B 12 (1 Purtcll) 3 Then followed Accordion 7 12 (R Hutchinson) 4 Cracwill 7 10 (L Lou) 5 Prince Albion R 3 (E Johnstone) « Not Prosen 7 IO &lt;W Shipton) 7 Strone! 7 11 (R Martin) 8 Yoccmfte Breasley) 11 Leonidas 7 10 &lt;R Hind) 12 Lttch Key 7 7 CT Unkovlch) 13 * Winner ttalncd by L Robertson Scratched Rochas! BETTING! 5 2 Napier 9 2 Gilt Ar eher Accordion 5 IRON DUKE 12 Cragwill 15 Prince Albion 20 Syrian Sun 25 Not Prosen 13 Yocemltc 50 Latch key 100 Leonidas Eros 200 Simnel DIVs (for 5/) Win £1/15/6 place 15/ £1/6/6 6/ Head Vi len Time lm nHs Started 1 l8 TEPPO STAKES St (2 y o Fillies) DUSKY ROSE Hon A Mair and E A Underwood s br f Dhoti Vii Rose 7 5 (R Hutchins...
THE WEEK IN POLITICS In Canberra They Are Saying... [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 27 February 1949
'THE WEEDIN POLITICS In Canberra They Are Saying . . . FEDERAL Parliament is expected to adjourn in two weeks. It will meet again, probably on May l8 to grant supply. . The Prime Minister, Mr. Chif- ley, is expected to use the re- cess to make a pre-election tour of New South Wales, Victoria, and Queensland. . . . MR. J. T. LANG, "The Big Fella" of New South Wales politics, who defeated Mr. Charlie Morgan (Official Labour) in a spectacular contest in Reid at the last Federal elections, came face to face with his rival in the Hotel Canberra last week. No greeting was exchanged. Memories of that contest are too bitter for any resumption of friendship. Mr. Morgan will again put up for Reid at this year's elections, but Mr. Lang will stand for Blax- land. . . . '"THE eyes of Federal Ministers *. and members are on the State Concord by-election, caused by the death of Mr. W. J. Carlton (Labour). If State Labour loses this seat on top of the defeats in Coogee and Kogarah last year, it-wil...
SPOTLIGHT ON WORLD AFFAIRS Labour's Happy Week-End [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 27 February 1949
SPOTLIGHT ON WORLD AFFAIRS Labour's Happy Week-End From IRVINE DOUGLAS IN LONDON A FTER a strongly fought campaign, in which ?*.*. both sides used all their big guns, Labour last week retained the South Hammersmith seat in the House of Commons, but by a reduced majority. Voting was: * W. T. WILLIAMS (Lab.) 15,223 A. FELL (Cons.) .13,610 Labour's majority of 1,613 was less than half its 3,458 majority at the 1945 general election. The Conservatives polled 4,566 votes more than in the general election and Labour 2,271 more. TJie Conservatives received 47 per cent, of votes cast against 42 per cent, at the general élection. Fewer titan 29,000 voted out of a total electorate of 41,000. A PARTY of jubilant hand **? shaking, back - patting executives got away on the train on Friday on their way to the Isle of Wight. It was the National Execu- tive Committee of the British Labour Party off for a special secret conference this week-end at Shankland. They gave themselves a good reason for ju...