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[?] Details Of Rosehill Races DAY FINE — TRACK GOOD [?]-OLD PROMOTION STKS., 4½f 29yds [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

nAY FINE TRACK GOOD ^aYR^OLD PROMOTION STKS., 4if 29yds Cir. F.F. Fin. locker. Running. I* ""H' v 7 12 3 I A. Ward-First to move, 5th pass- ai WMI>" lng 3f. Took lead again turn-; ? inc into straight, where he blun- dered. Clear on straightening up, then not troubled to win well. ' g 1 12 2 W. Cook-7th to 3f, 2nd from lt»** home turn to post, safely held by winner. ? r"~r 7 13 17 3 C. Podmore-8th to 3f. 9th turn ftrinrf I-»"1 ing into straight. Doing well coming to post. 79 9 4 1» Billed-10th 3f, 5th turn. iSoS"1 " a i 15 5 W. Cainer-3rd from 3f to turn. BS Swe" ° ,8 6 A whiteman-lllh 3f, 8th turn. 11W B?u . í 12 24 7 B. Smith-6th 3f, 7th turn. 1 frapT "", n o 13 8 R. Adams-14th 3f, 10th turn. jUdyBtcttf5 ' ? 9 " Buckley-12th 3f, 11th turn. 10*1» Br,e ó 4 23 10 G. Moore-Led 3f, 4th turn. To»«»»«1 S I2 fi ll S. Cassidy-9th 3f, 6th turn. HW'1*1;. . » 0 8 12 W. Wade-13th 3f, 12th turn. I gae w»( 7 9 16 13 R. Faux-Closest at finish. '^S. 7 12 14 14 G. Frankland- 16th il, 14th turn. (...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FLEMINGTON RACES DAY WET — TRACK HEAVY Batman Stakes, 1¼m (Three-year-olds) [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

"? DAY WET - TRACK HE AV y Batman Stakes, lim (Three-year-olds) TOWNSVILLE, . Mrs. ' S. E. Smithers - and B. Daly's, ch c, Amana - Enfield . Queen, 8-7 (W. William- son) . 1 GOLD MILLA. R. Roach's ch c. High Peak-Why Hurry, 8-7 CI. Purtcll) .. 2 CROWN SIGNAL. W. and J. Lenchan's b g, Lucifer Tigataroona, 8-4 (N. Sell- wood) . 3 Then followed: Thaumus, 8-7 (A. Burton), 4; El Jalcdo. 8-7 (V. Hartney), 5; Punctuate, 8-7 (W. Pyers), 6; Globe, 8-7 (R. Hut- chinson), 7; Barnes, 8-7 (D. Cole- man). 8; Geelong Star, 8-7 CD. Paterson), 9; Iron Lad, 8-4 CK. Mitchell), 10. Winner trained by S. E. Smithers. Judge's numbers: 13, 8, 14. Scratched: Ccrbcre. Cromls. French Beau, Malamba. Prince Ruthless, Ferdinand, Pamatt. BETTING: 10-9 on TOWNS- VILLE, 5 v Crown Signal, 11-2 Gold Milla, 12 Punctuate, Globe, 14 Thaumus, 15 Geelong Star, 25 Barnes, El Jalcdo, 66 Iron Lad. Divs, (for 5/): Win, 9/6; place, 5/6, 8/, 10/. . IVS len., 5 len. Time, 2m 12s. Started, 1.11. Flemington Stakes, 5f (Two-year-ol...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FEATURES These Men May Get DIPLOMAS To Cope With CANNIBALS By COLIN SIMPSON [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

These Men May Get DIPLOMAS To By COLIN SIMPSON Cope With CANNIBALS . How do you make friends with a cannibal?   . Can seashells cause inflation?   . Who gets custody of the child in a native divorce case?   . What do you do after a volcanic eruption?   YOU will not find these questions on any ex- amination paper, but 26 stalwart men who have been studying for two years in a row of cream weatherboard buildings at a Mosman headland of Sydney Harbour know the answers. From to-morrow for more than a week these men, most of them aged over 30, will sit at their desks filling in examination papers on Government (Colonial Ad- ministration) Law, Anthro- pology, Geography and Land Use, Surveying and Mapping, Tropical Hygiene, and English Expression. If they pass the examina- tion they will get diplomas -they become Diplomates of the Australian School of Pacific Administration. They will wait for the ex- amination results as anxiously as any ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

"POTATOES ? ! !"  

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Social News And Gossip [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

Social News And Gossip JJUNDREDS of small hoys and girls swarmed around the pet stall al Trinity Grammar School fete yesterday, and within a short time all slocks of silkworms, mice, ducklings, chickens, angora rabbits and dogs had been sold out. Other attractions at thc fete, which it is hoped, will finally pay off thc dcht on thc junior school swimming pool, included a stall for school clothing and a tulip garden, which was "planted" with thousands of artificial tulips, each of which bore a lucky number. Olympic swimmer. Miss Judy Joy Davies, and other well-known swimmers, gave an exhibition in the senior school pool, and the school's champion diver, Bruce Peet, gave an exhibition of diving. More than 2,000 people attended the fete, which was followed in thc evening by a barbecue and dance organ- ised by the Old Boys' Union. ? * * DR. AND MRS. JOCK ALLINGHAM, of Fletcher Vale Station, Char- ters Towers, North Queens- land, arc visiting Sydney on their honeymoon. They are staying a...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The man with the crocodile bone FACT'S Manila Correspondent [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

The man with the crocodile bone FACT'S Manila Correspondent CAFE-OWNERS and saloon - keepers this   week dusted off and re- hung old signs saying: Please leave your guns at the door. Observers fear that Fili- pino blood will flow in the hectic campaign to elect a President next Tuesday. At least 100 were kill- ed, and scores more injured in the last presidential elec tion four years ago. Army Chief-of-Staff Genen Calixto Duque has ordere all commands immobilise^ becme of. charges that Libera Party politicians were tryin, to arrange transfers of officer to coerce voters. Men in Sorsogon, south-east- ern province of the main island of Luzon, must tuck in their shirts on polling day, by order of the provincial board. This is so that loose, flapping thirls, traditionally Filipino dress j in the humid climate, cannot hide j any guns. j An accusation was made this | Weet that 400 bottles of ink eradicator had been shipped to one I provincial treasurer. fl ] Threatens to lead ...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Instalment 3 of a thrilling [?] A pocket full of rye [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

LOOKING into the murder of REX FORTESCUE,   a businessman of dubious reputation, INSPEC-   TOR NEELE chats with the members of Fortescue's household-MARY DOVE (housekeeper), GLADYS (housemaid), ADELE (wife), JENNIFER (daughter-in law), ELLEN (parlour maid), MISS RAMSBOTTOM (sister-in-law), and Fortescue's three children- ELAINE, PERCIVAL and LANCE. Before long, Neele has two more deaths on his hands. Adele is poisoned with cyanide and Gladys is found strangled. MISS MARPLE, an elderly lady with a gift for detection, is drawn to the scene by the murder of Gladys. She has trained Gladys for ser- vice and is affronted by the murderer's action in plac- ing a clothes peg on the girl's nose. Miss Marple brings to the Inspector's notice the appropriateness of the nursery rhyme, "Sing a song of sixpence" . . . and Neele pursues his inquiries about blackbirds. THE Inspector's casual query brought a sharp   reaction. For the first time, so it seemed, Mar...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

Make your quick business Hp ^^^^ SÄST'ÄÜSTRA18ÄM " LINER !^ « FRIDAY NIGHT SAILINGS g A - Arrange yours NOW! jf I J A luxurious Interstate Liner sails from I Î ii Sydney every Friday night for Melbourne, i \ y Adelaide, and Fremantle. .,11 I FOR ADVANCE BOOKINGS APPLY M ff m.v. DUNTROON .1 ^ Melbourne Steamship Co., Ltd. " BX4511 || I m.v. KANIMBLA ll H Mcilwraith, McEacharn, Ltd. BW1047 M I m.v. MANOORA I ? Hie Adelaide Steamship Co., Ltd. B0539 " % fi m.v. WESTRALIA { Sj Huddart Parker Ltd. BW1441 K GAIN ¿sus NEWMOVIEWAY There ls no longer any excuse lor men and women to remain Thin, Nervous, Underweight, Rundown, nnd Friendless. In Hollywood the Movie Stars are under a severe strain night and day nrid require the best ol medical services to maintain normal Weight and Health. This necessity resulted in the remark- able discovery that ls now bringing good health, solid flesh, and well-formed bodies to men and women throughout the world. A California physician. In prescribing for th...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Door-stop Was Radio-active [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

Door-stop Was Radio-active CANBERRA, Saturday.-A well-known scientist told yesterday how he found that a piece of rock used as a door-stop at Canberra for years, was radio-active. He hoped the door- stop would lead him to a uranium find but, he said, his hopes were dashed. The scientist said the rock was used to keep open a laboratory door. "It was black, like pitch," he said. "I put a geiger-counter against it and it affected the counter noticeably. "I asked the owner of the door-stop if he knew where it came from. j "He said he did, and that there was an outcrop of the rock there. "We agreed to split 50-50 the £1,000 Commonwealth reward for a uranium find. "The place was Connell's Point, about 10 to 20 miles south of Bateman's Bay. "We found the outcrop, among the rocks and cov- ered by water at low tide. "Unfortunately it was not part of a natural geological form. "lt turned out to be bal- last, probably from an old sailing ship. "The door-stop could have come from anywhere ia th...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Married In College Chapel [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

Married In College Chapel ST. John's College Chapel, Sydney University, was chosen by Miss Moya Quigley for her   wedding to Dr. Kevin Priddis. The ballerina-length gown worn by the bride featured a bodice of guipure lace with an Elizabethan collar and a skirt of marquisette appliqued with lace. Her bridesmaids, Miss Marea Priddis and Miss Maureen Smith, wore frocks of finely pleated white or gandie over blue faille with matching organdie hats. Dr. John Connolly at   tended the bridegroom as best man. The bride is the younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Quigley, of Balgow lah, and formerly of Tran gie, and the bridegroom is the only son of the late F. Priddis, of Coonabara- bran, and Mrs. M. Priddis, of Double Bay. * *   MANY country visitors »ere among tho 200 guests who attended (he weel j ding of Miss Leonie Sevil and Mr. Bill Dawes at St. Philips, Church Hill. Thc bride is thc only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. < A. Sevil, of Curra...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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B. And P. Leaders Women Should Take Interest In Unions [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

B. And P. Leaders MISS MARY KEN- NEDY (Brisbane), the newly elected president of the Australian Federation of Business and Professional Women's Clubs, MISS JEAN ARNOT, presi- dent of the Sydney Club, with MISS RUTH JENKINS, the retiring hon. treasurer of the Federation. Women Should Take Interest In Unions IF women are really interested in having their conditions improved, they should take a more   active parts in the affairs of their particular union," advises Miss Mary Kennedy, the new president of the Australian Federal Business and Professional Women's Clubs. "Most women tend to be apathetic," she said, "and leave the control of the unions to the men. If more women were represented on union councils, there would be far less chance of legisla- tion which discriminates against them getting through." Miss Kennedy, who comes from Queensland, where unionism is compulsory, said that women there do not seem to be any more in- terested in union affairs be- cause of compulsi...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The downfall of a hero FACT correspondent [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 15 November 1953

The downfall of a hero FACT correspondent A derelict picked ur. police on Skid I Chicago's deadbeat qua turned out to be one America's best-known be of World War II. Ira Hayes, . 30, Ind was one of the six I Marines who hoisted Stars and Stripes on I jima's bloody Mount S bachi on February 23, 1 i Iwojimn island was a fe fled Jap base halfway tween (lie Marianas J Japan. The photograph of flag-raising on Suribachi carne one of America's 1 torie treasures and the sc< was printed on a commem alive postage stamp. Ira Hayes stands at i edge of the cluster Marines, hands raised as leis go thc rising flagstaff. Too many friend Fellow Indians gave Haj a hero's welcome when returned home. His downfall began Chicago University* whe too many people recognisi thc hero and bought hi drinks. Shabbily dressed and shoi less when found drunk o Skid Row, Hayes was fine £10 and ordered to work off in Chicago's Hause c Correction at 18/ a day. "Chicago Sun-Times opened a fund and reader gav...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 15 November 1953

SPECIAL TOLLEY'S g|J BRANDY HOSPITAL N.S.W.- DISTRIBUTORS: TOOTH & CO. LIMITED TST.2fl.l2

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 15 November 1953

TEA FOR MILLIONS The growing and production of Tea is not an Australian industry, but the beverage itself is a national institution celebrated in folk-lore and song. And, of course, it is a commodity which plays a very large part in our everyday commerce. ' I The story of Tea is full of interest, and its origins have been woven into many a fabulous tale, Chinese writers have suggested that tea-drinking dates back to almost 3,000 B.C. It seems certain that tea began its career as a medicine, and it speaks volumes for the virtues of the leaf that from this unhappy category it was able to establish itself as the welcome beverage of millions. CULT OF TEAISM In Japan, in the 15th century, the preparation and partaking of tea was elevated to a semi-religious ritual, Teaism ... an artistic cult with a philosophy attached. As a poetical writer on the subject has put it, "In the liquid amber within the ivory-porcelain, the initiated may touch the sweet reticence of Confucius, the piquancy of...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Milk-eau! FACT correspondent [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 15 November 1953

Milk-eau! FACT correspondent : A milk seller at M¡|. ! ? waukce, \Y i s cousin, ! . was lined £44 for ! ! drunken driving aflcr ¡ . he had swallowed (00 . ; im,cI> heer and whisky ! ; at a milkman's picnic : ! T "h1»:"1»:: Clären« » JL. Drinkwater. '.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Barometer HOW LEADERS FARED [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 15 November 1953

HOW LEADERS FARED Las« Week's Sale. Variation. Tooth . 71/ ..Up ll 'A.C.I . 44/3 ..Steady Bril Tob. ... 34/3 ..Up li Í H.P. 41/9 ..Dn. /3 Burns, Philp . 53/ ..Slcady Ç.S.R.£42% ..Dn. 17 Henry Jones .45/ .. Steady RISES Com. nie. Syd. £22/8/ .. 5/ Aust. G'lcc .. 34/6 .. 19 Bitumen ... 58/3 .. 3/6 H G. Palmer 8/ .. 2/ . Rileys .... 24/ ... ll Vc-Toy . 3/1 .. n ßfney ..... 5/10 .. 1/10 Oil Search .. 6/1 ..13 Ampol Exp. . 17/6 .. 219 t FALLS Bk. N.S.W. £35/17/6 ..10/ Elcc. !.. and P. 45/ ...21 Knox, Schlapp 21/3 '..1/9 -Koitaki . 43/ .,21 Masonite .... 45/ ..21 Thora, Smith . 5/6 .1/6 Kla«f .£14 ..20/ Kundang. 36/3 ,'/9 ABOC. OU .. 3/8 i. /6 . t " RIGHTS Bank N.S.W. . .£7/18/6 Up 1/ A. J. Benjamin . 1/ First BM"-" 7/ "¿"/S «nt. Tobacco ., 8/1 Un /t Burwood CO. /6 ug ',\ n. C. Sleigh ... 3/3 TJÎ, /? VJ lip nnifjA ...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HOAD'S EASY WIN [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 15 November 1953

,|lj!i^Í>"EAiSY""b WIST LEWIS HOAD making a forehand return against R, Emerson at the White City yesterday. Hoad won in straight sets.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 15 November 1953

Largest Ilfei Sates Of Any Newspaper In Australia «PAGES , PAGES COMICS V "j Guardian" No. 2638 ' ««se»1 Post Offlee. Sydney, i*"" H post M a periodic«!. » J5ß B0399 (23 Linea) Christmas Gift Guide -PAGE 31

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"PAPPY'S" SHARE OF FIGHT GATE [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 15 November 1953

"PAPPY'S" SHARE OF FIGHT GATE Unsuccessful challenger in Friday night's title fight, "Pappy" Gault, looks through bruised and swollen eyelids at the Rural Bank yesterday at his share of the gate money. He changed the notes into travellers' cheques to take with him when he leaves by air for America this afternoon. With him is his manager, Chris Cline. . Full Story, Page 45. . Businessmen's Loss, Page 2.

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Killara Shield [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 15 November 1953

Killara Shield Titieholders R. Jennings and Mr Betiringer (Rydei Parramatta) will meet L. Bromley abd L. Bowes (N.SiW.) in the final of the KOlára Shield foursomes at Killara next Saturday. Both pairs won their semi-finals at Long Reef yes- terday. Jennings and Beh- ringer beat J. Lemon and S. Keane (Killara) 3: and 1, and Bromley .and Bowes eliminated D. Davies and D. Gray (Ryde-Pair_matta) 4 ar. : .3. '" ' Jennings arid Behringer were four over par for the 17 . holes. They were, two ;up at the ninth, but Jennings drove into a drain at the 11th. 1 Jennings and Behringer again.went to two up with a birdie?; at the 12th, then Keane sank a 25ft putt for a "Birdie at the 14th to be one down. - The titleholders, however, won the Í6th with a par, and.the 17th with a birdie, to take the match. I Bromley and Bowes start I ed poorly. They lost two of the first tiree holes, ' but they settled down to square the match at the eighth and lead for the first time at the I ninth. I After halving {...

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