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Re-Shuffle In Russian Ministry Staggers The West MOLOTOV HANDS OVER TO VISHINSKY From OUR STAFF CORRESPONDENT AND A.A.P. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 March 1949
Re-Shuffle In Russian Ministry! Staggers The West MOLOTOV HANDS OVER i TO VISHINSKY I From OUR STAFF CORRESPONDENT AND A.A.P. LONDON, March 5.-Drahiatic changes in the Soviet Government, announced late last night over Moscow Radio, have staggered the West. ' The announcement said that the Soviet Foreign Minister, Mr. Vyacheslav Molotov, and the Minister for Foreign Trade, Mr. Anastasy Mikoyan -two of the top men in the Politburo had been "released from duty." Both men will retain their posts as deputy Premiers (deputy chairmen of the Council of Ministers). Mr. Molotov's deputy, Mr. Andrei Vishinsky, will succeed his chief as Foreign Minister. The new Minister for Foreign Trade will be Mr. Michael Alexogovich Menshikov-a name comparatively I unknown outside Russia. Moscow radio made the announcement without comment, among other items, in its daily bulletin for publication in the Russian provincial Press, entitled "Chronicle of Events." Whitehall has instructed the British Embassy in ...
North Sydney Bats Were Slow [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 March 1949
North Sydney Bats Were . Slow -1 North Sydney failed for 129 against Petersham yesterday. Frequent bowling changes by Petersham captain, L. fvlaundrcll, unsettled the North Sydney batsmen. The wicket had a heavy coat of grass and favoured the bow- lers. Ralph Oberg, taking four wickets for 34 off eight overs, tossed the b. 11 well into the air. J. Brian top scored with 24 runs in North Sydney's first innings. J. Leahy played bright cricket for 49 in North Sydney's second innings. Scores: PETERSHAM. First Innings, 267. NORTH SYDNEY, First Innings. F. BRIAN, b Granger . 1 J. LEAHY, c Pearce, b NVhite . 14 J. BRIAN, lbw. b While. 24 R. BYRNE, c Madden, b Obcrg 17 R. TURNER, b McDonald .. 23 E. NVASHER, stp. Trueman, b Oberg . 7 J. CALLAGHAN, b McDonald . 1 V. EMERY, not out . 13 B. RAE, b Oberg . 19 A. COOLEY, c Pearce, b Oberg 0 F. MILLS, c Maundrell, b Mad- den . 6 Sundries ...'. 4 Total .~129 Bowling: J. Granger, 1-20; A. McDon- ald,^ 2-32; K. White, 2-22; R. Oberg, 4-34; W. Yeates,...
FORECASTS (for 24 hours from 6 a.m.): [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 March 1949
FORECASTS (for 24 hours from 6 a.m.): CITY: Sultry at first. Cooler. Squally southerly change early afternoon. N.S.W.: Rain and scattered thunderstorms in SE and Southern- Central Districts. Scattered rain in West. Cooler southerly winds Southern Districts. SUN: To-day rises 5.47, sets 6.26. MOON: Rises 11.19 a.m., sets 9.35 p.m. TIDES (Fort Denison): High, 12.05 p.m. (3ft 5in). Low, 6.11 a.m. (1ft 4in). 6.05 p.m. (1ft 2in).
ENGLAND LEAVES EVANS OUT [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 March 1949
ENGLAND LEAVES EVANS OUT -.- ! PORT ELIZABETH, March 5 (A.A.P.).-Wicketkceper Godfrey Evans has again been omitted from the English leam to play South Africa in the fifth Test match, starting to-day. The team is: F. G. Mann (cap- tain), S. C. Griffith, L. Hutton, C. Washbrook, J. F. Crapp, D. S. Comptdh, A. Watkins. A. V. Bedser, P. Gladwin, R. Jenkins, J. Young.
Dismissals Over Wool Store Ban Threatened [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 March 1949
Dismissals Over Wool Store Ban Threatened ,-_ fc_ _ ..... Employers will dismiss all wool store employees who refuse to handle deliveries after Tuesday morning. They will do this in an attempt to break the deadlock that has paralysed New South Wales wool shipments since storemen and packers banned outward deli- veries? Union delegates in the wool stores will be told to-morrow that if the men refuse to deliver wool from the stores on Tuesday they will be dismissed on Tues- day night.
Margaret's Party Days Now Over STAFF CORRESPONDENT [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 March 1949
Margaret's Party Days Now Over -,-? STAFF CORRESPONDENT LONDON, March 5 Princess Margaret's repu- tation as a young play girl came to an abrupt end this week. For her, in future, lies the hard Royal road of duty. Her parents have decided that from now on the emphasis in her life must be more on strict duty than, as in the past, on gay parties at night clubs, theatres, and coun- try houses. This week the petite, photo- genic, smartly dressed Princess Margaret . Made a long, tiring, and doubtless boring inspection of the gigantic Battersea power-house; . Went through a conducted tour lasting two hours of the vast Ideal Home Exhibition at Olym- pia, with its concrete floors and many stalls; . Sat for an hour and a half in the gallery of the House of Commons and appeared to be interested in the debate on the defence Estimates; and . On Friday morning inspected Scotland Yard-at a time when .'»all1 the'brains of London's C.I.D. were concentrated on unravelling the most sensational series ...
Australian Films In U.S. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 March 1949
Australian Films In U.S. NEW YORK.-The magazine "Saturday Review of Litera- ture" last week devoted its film section to reviews of four films made by'-the Australian National Fihp Board. The editor, Raymond Spottis- woode wrote: "This collection of Australian films is as lively and varied as any country could pro- duce." He makes these comments of "Namatjira,' The Painter:" "Sel- dom has the life, art and feeling for nature of primitive people been presented with so much im- pact on the screen." "Pacific Terminal:" (a film about Sydney) "a pleasant fast moving picture of Australian life and resources. "Narrative is refreshingly brisk and blunt." "In South Seas:" "It shows economic and health conditions but no constructive steps to re- medy them." "Men And Mobs:" "An ambi tious film in excellent koda chrome. "The early part .of the story is told in very pleasant cartoons, but the screen really comes to life when seemingly. a large part oí Australia's population of sheep starts pourin...
MOOREFIELD PRICES AND TOTE [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 March 1949
o MOOREEIEED PRICES AND TOTE DIVS. (FOR 5/). RACE. PLACED HORSES. RIDERS. S.P. Win. Place. _'_j_£ s d £. s à 2-YR.-0LD MAIDEN - ELLMAY LASS G. Moore S/Ï 18 6 0 10 9 HCP (fillies). Mona's Choice W. Fellows 5/1 0 10 6 Started 12.47._Portrait_J. Thompson_11/2_0 13 6 ÍYR.-OLD MAIDEN ' TANTALUS* J. Thompson 8/1 2 17 3 0 16 3 ic and g.) Dark Sovereignt R. Pearse 10/1 0 13 6 Started t.17._Editor_F. Williams_5/1_0 10 3 SANDRINGHAM BENVOLO F. Williams 7/Ï 2 14 3 0 14 0 MIXED. Blandstrcam J. Waterhouse 20/1 10 3 Started 1.58._. Veiled Art_J. Thompson_1/1_'_0 8 0 FJRSTWELTER EXALTED J. Lordan 7/2 13 3 0 8 3 HANDICAP. Moora Binda H. English 16/1 119 Started 2.30._University_J. Waterhouse 33/1_2 17 6 ROCKDALE LE PETIT DUC S. Carter Ten 4 4 3 10 9 MIXED. Loyal S. Cassidy 8/1 0 10 9 Started 3.4._Chatiaur_R. Morris_8/1_0 16 9 FLYING SPANISH DUKE A. Podmore TÏJI 3 4 0 0 17 6 HANDICAP. Persian Prince N. Sellwood 13/2 0 10 6 Started 3.37._Rio Fe_A. Hazelton_7/1_0 19 3 MOOREFffiLD LONE DUKE J. Lordan 7...
THE WORLD OF WOMEN Dining And Dancing At Sydney Night Clubs [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 March 1949
THE. WORLD OF WOMEN | Dining And Dancing At Sydney Night Clubs MISS PAM ALLSOPP lights a cigarette for MR. DAVID HOUSTON while dining at Romano's. M ISS PAM WILKINSON and MR. LYSLE ROBERTS, who will attend Yass Picnic Races next week, at Prince's. MISS SHEILA COLLETT, secretary to Mrs. Joint Northcott, 1 l dined al Prince's with Mr. GEOFFREY CUTLER. MISS JUDY MARSLAND went to Romano's with LIEUT. 1 L COMMANDER J. HAY, R.N., now stationed here. ríENTISTRY students, MESSRS. JOHN SWEET and NORMAN SAWTELL took MISS JAC u QUELINE JEFFERS and MISS HELEN GRIEVE to Reg's Restaurant Club. MISS ELISABETH WILLCOCKS wore a black ballerina frock to Romano's with MR. PAT CARR. MR. DAVID PFANNER, MISS AUDREY HART, MR. ROGER VANDERFIELD and MISS 1 l NOELA JAMES celebrated at Prince's before a resumption of University studies. MISS HELEN HINCHCLIFF and DR. ROGER DAVIDSON, celebrated their engagement at Carl Thomas's. MR. and MRS. IVOR CLARKE, on leave from Singapore, dine at Romano's. She was former...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 March 1949
.>'AvVery'few-reservations .forthe -second weelçqre, still, available.;. .:3^-';ihclùdes:afternoon tea. Net,proceecls,to'Royql;Alexandra Hospital for Children. U JLJLJI t/1 a gilded lor ttov.UiallH, black grosgrain, 82/u ?' £! gold-framed' American box, suede 94/-.!..:. 1 II &lt;l mmn coiiecuoas in the WINDOWS,' the fashion salons starring daytime originals from -IfivEl countries (and some very wonderful after-five dresses by Farmer s) nifih-lanlilon English Suede*. Rally's'soaring'hiqh~ back ankle-strap; 111/6. Faille-lringcd Lotus boolee,. Louis heel; 123/7, our own ^swathed and leathered felt rose-tipped bonnet for "after-five"-, £6.14.9. Netherlands model donkey brown duvetyn, lights with bronze buttons; £36.192.
Britain Likes Certificates For Savings [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 March 1949
Britain Likes Certificates For, Savings WHILE Australia is aban- doning the savings certi- ficates plan, Britain is pushing her scheme ahead with the Slogan "Easy to buy, easy to hold, easy to cash." One reason for the Australian Government's decision may be the poor yield to the Treasury of £1.97 million last year, against £5.3 million in 1947 and £13.2 million in the peak year, 1940. ALWAYS BEAR INTEREST Feature of the British certifi- cates is that they never cease to bear interest even after passing the 10-year maturity date. Each certificate costs 10/ and 1,000 can be held in addition to permitted holdings of certificates of earlier issues and national de- fence bonds. The certificates give . a return of £2/13/2 per cent, and . in- terest is tax:frce. Official advertisements point out that £500 invested becomes £650 in 10 years, and that, with income tax at 9/ in the £, this is equivalent to a taxable invest- ment yielding £4/16/8 per cent. Sales of certificates during 1947-8 e...
FINANCIAL REVIEW Can Australia Feed A Larger By THE FINANCE EDITOR [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 March 1949
i FINANCIAL REVIEW I Can Australia Feed A Larger Population? By THE FINANCE EDITOR How could the addition of 2£- million people to the existing population of 7f mil- lion change Australia from a large exporter to a food importing nation? This question lias been puzzling many city dwellers since the Commonwealth Minister for Commerce and Agriculture, Mr. Pollard, referred to the possibility last week. IF the position really is as bad as that, what is needed to re- habilitate and develop Aus- tralian agriculture? Surely the problem will not be solved simply, or even largely, by splitting large estates. Doubt- less for political reasons, Mr. Pollard laid exaggerated empha- sis on this as a remedy. But first let us examine the evi- dence from which it was con- cluded that Australia might hot he able to feed 10 million people from her own resources. ' The data represents a "first jtcp" in research being under- taken by the Bureau of Agricul- tural Economics. For the purpose of their calc...
Week On 'Change Upward Movement In Share Prices [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 March 1949
I TTee/r- On 'Change Upward Movement In Share Prices Closing with a firm upward trend, the invest- ment share market had a much healthier appear- ance than on the previous Friday. The week's rise, according to the index, was negligible (up 0.34 point), but steady gains were recorded in the last three days after the lowest point for 1949 had been reached on March 1. WALL Street's rally was greeted with mild en- thusiasm, but continued weak- ness on London Stock Exchange caused some wrinkled fore- heads. Pitt Street pundits tried to ex- plain London falls by the rising 'trend of U.K. Government1 ex- penditure, forecasting little or no tax relief for the public when the Budget is presented next month. Apart from giving keen atten- tion to a number of new issues, Sydney investment circles found time to raise many shares from recently depressed levels. Leaders were firm and important gains were recorded by Electric Light & Power, Comtex, Howard Auto, Ready Mixed Concrete. United ...
Some Hints About INVESTMENTS By The Finance Editor [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 March 1949
I /¡km Some Hints About £--» ? By The1 Finance Editor; DIDN'T I let myself in for a headache by promising to suggest a gilt-edged portfolio yielding more than bond rate? You'll see that, if 1 mention some of the difficulties. First, I wanted to give the small inves- tor a spread of interests in Aus- tralia's key .industries. There I met the difficulty of making, mar- ketable parcels with high prices for large denominations. (Inci- dentally, an argument for the 5/ and 10/ share.) Of -course, I wanted the com- panies to be as depression-proof as possible. I thus looked for records of stamina, yields based on com- paratively low dividend rates, large" assets backing and re- nowned provision for deprecia- tion, .etc. I had to compromise a bit. Not wishing to be mean, either, I tried to give an overall return 10/ above bond rate, which is a relic of my pre-war prejudices, f failed in this objective, but con A SOLID PORTFOLIO Cost. £ s d A.C.I., SO at 56/6.. 141 5 0 British Tobacco, 100at...
CAULFIELD S.P., TOTE [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 March 1949
[1 CAULFIELD S.P., TOTE )] Placed hortes. 1st ST. CLAIR THUNDERHKAD TRIAL, Kiitlri Started 1.17. Picasso STANLEY PLATE, .«farted 1.52 DAMON High Tar Lord Clive MERSON COOPER I- PIROUETTE STAKES. St. Comedy Started 2.26. Iron Duke FUTURITY STAKES. Started 3.8. WOOPCLIFF HANDICAP. ? Started 3.41. 2nd ST. CLAIR TRIAL. Started 4.21. ST. RAZZLE Unear Ellerslie_ SAXONIAN Clement »hulla_ AIMING HIGH Mulntto High Priest A. Ward I. Cowle J. Purtell A. Breasley R. Heather 1. Purtell C. McLatchlc R. Heather W. Williamson W. Williamson A. Breasley K. Nuttall W. A. Smith R. Heather J. Purtell W. Willinrmon D. Barclay ]. Purtell i/l 10/1 9/1 9/2 13/2 6/1 7/2 4/1 0/1 HAWKSBURN HANDICAP. Started 5.4. COGNAC Hellofly Our Title W. Shipton J. Purtell T. Unkoylch 15/1 9/1 16/1
Turf Talk [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 March 1949
PiwH fali ^?????aaaaaiiaaaMaaaa^aaiiaaaaaaar A RACING man who nor- mally nares worK, aisguiscu I himself as a gardener and has been toiling for weeks at the] home of a trainer who died j jome time back. I He has dug the beds deeply j and sifted the earth thoroughly. [ He is searching for "buried r treasure." The trainer once! told him he had treacle tins I of money, securely hidden. Search apparently has been un- successful, as the racing man is still working regularly. * * * JOCKEY R. PARSONS has " accepted a big retainer to ride in Ceylon. He will fly to Fremantle next Saturday to. catch the Orion, which left Sydney on Friday. * * * rpRAlNERS enter and accept * for races without reading the conditions. Yesterday's Rockdale Mixed Stakes was restricted to appren- tices who had not ridden more than live winners. Yet at least two senior riders were engaged for- mounts in it. J. Thompson was booked (or Loyal, N. Sellwood for Crownall. * » * r\NE of the few war-time ^restrictions which ...
W.P. PRICES [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 March 1949
?^---^* í W.P. PRICES 5 PARRAMATTA. STAKE. S.P. Win. Place. Prince Homer ... 3.J 19/6 7/6 larrikin Bo.r .. 12-1 16/9 Bob Dimple« .. 4-1 11/ 1st WOODSTOCK STAKE. Pladd Jerry .. A4 1/9 5/6 Minda Radiant . 7-1 9/9 Prince.« Linn .. 7-1 8/3 GLEBE MAIDEN STAKE. Alaskan Gold .. 25-1 151/9 25/ Tallcss Teddy . 10-1 13/3 Lillie Promis« . IM 27/3 N.C.A. STAKE. Foi)'f Mata .. 12-1 59/J 15/9 Sallrocle . 7-1 11/9 Silent ReTlew .. 7-1 13/ PARK MJRDI.E. Sariburn . 5.1 19/6 9/3 Urna Fen . T-l 11/9 Transi« Maid .. 16-1 14/6 CONTROL STAKE. Fine Girl .... .1/1 10/ 1/6 Our Gooiefont 6/1 - 9/9 Fart Dell .... 6/4 - */ PRESIDENT STAKE. nrlshl Agrícola 5/4 10/3 V Precious MM . T/4 - */ North View ..9/2 - - PATRON STAKE. lAial Claw .. 5/1 34/3 12/3 Budmont . 9/2 - 8/ Flashing Gold . 9/2 - 7/9 2nd WOODSTOCK STAKE. Lnna Gold ... 4/1 31/3. 9/6 Sly Promb* .. 15/1 - 16/9 Ellem Valley . 3/1 - T/6 TER\nNUS STAKE. It's China .A. 'Ill IV 9/3 Miss Telador ..7/1 - 12/ Nnitclle . 10/1 - 15/3
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 March 1949
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