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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 March 1949

And let us tell you how they give "Narroline" windows wider vision - better ventilation - more freedom of design - more sunlight and above all "UNIQUE" Spiral Sash Balances to give that easy up and down sash satisfaction as you open and close the window. "NARROLINE" windowe are obtainable from all Joinery Supplier», complete with Unique Spiral Saah Balanceé. UNIQUE SASH BALANCE PTY. LTD. 83-85 BUCKLAND STREET, CHIPPENDALE, N.S.W. 'PHONES: MA9247-9248 (4 lines) Factories: U.S.A., CANADA, GT. BRITAIN and AUSTRALIA 399 Littl« Collins Street, MELBOURNE; and SYDNEY. This CAR can be YOURS for !/? FIRST PRIZE: "HUMBER SUPER SNIPE" SEDAN, value £1186/14/3 SECOND PRIZE: VAUXHALL 12 h.p. WYVERN SEDAN Value £595/6/ MOUNT COLAH HOME FOR EX-SERVICEMEN Help >ourself and support the rehabilitation of Ex-Servicemen. TICKETS, 1/- each. . THIRD PRICE- Electric Coldstream Refrigerator, value £114. . FOURTH PRIZE-Electric Washing Machine, value £64/2/2 20 OTHER VALUABLE PRIZES - TOTAL VALUE PRIZES, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 March 1949

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"PLAYTIME" WINNERS [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 March 1949

"PLAYTIME" WINNERS Following are the results of competitions published in "Play- time" on Sunday, - February 27, 1949. SPECIAL PRIZE. - Rosemary Hall (13), 13 Nelson Avenue, Bel- more, won the special £10 prize awarded for best work done by a club member in all competitions. FISHING PUZZLE.-1st prize, £.1/1/, Alan Black (11), 168 Faithful Street, Goulburn; 2nd, prize, 10/6, Newton Weston (9), 3 Macauley Avenue, Bankstown; 3rd prize, 5/, Fay Turner (14), 306 Pacific Highway, Hornsby. HIDDEN TOWNS.-1st prize, £1/1/, Gordon Slater (11), 27 Mor- gan Street, Petersham; 2nd prize, 10/6. Maree Morrison (9), 65 Hud- son Street, Hamilton; 3rd prize, 5/, A. G. Henderson (15), 12 Clare- mont Street, Penshurst. PROVERB PUZZLE. - Twelve years and over: 1st prize, 10/6, Elliott Stuart-Gibson (14), C/o Post office, French's Forest; 2nd prize, 7/6. Dorothy Mead (12), 10 Banksia Street, Bowral: 3rd prize. 5/, Mary Aymes (13), Police Station, Cano- windra. Under 12 years: 1st prize, 10/6, Daphne Benn...

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PARKING STATION SITES [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 March 1949

PARKING STATION SITES .-. The City Council will investigate other sites for an underground parking station before it finally commits itself to the Hyde. Park scheme. The Labour Municipal Caucus decided this on Friday night.

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Song Unfair To Firemen [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 March 1949

Song Unfair To Firemen ROME.-A popular gong in Italy now is called "The Firemen of Viggiu." ACCORDING to the song, a fire brigade set a town on fire so that the firemen could turn out in their new uniforms. The firemen then tried to put out the fire with petrol. Italian firemen have been pro- testing vigorously. The public likes the song. But public performances have been marked by bitterness. After suggestions about the un- fairness of the song had been ig- nored, the firemen held meetings. They said it was an "insult to all firemen." Unless it is suppressed, they will strike throughout Italy.

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FOXZAMI CUP RUN DOUBTS [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 March 1949

FOXZAMI CUP RUN DOUBTS .Foxzamt.' Sydney candi- date for thef V.R.C. St. Leger and Australian Cup, has been lame since arriving in Melbourne on Thursday, and is thought to be suffering .from a pelvis injury. 'The position docs not-scem too hopeful," Foxzami's trainer, Dan Lewis, said last night. Lewis had spoken by 'phone I with R. Bradfield, who has charge of the' colt in Mel- bourne. "According to Bradfield. Fox zami was lame. on ' arrival, and his condition has not improved," Lewis said. ' "That îs a bad sign. "Foxzami left Sydney by float on Tuesday night, and has apparently injured himself in some way on the journey." Lewis added that Melbourne veterinary surgeon L. Bor- deaux was attending Foxzami and that he would receive a fur- ther report to-day on the colt's condition.

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DESPERATE FINISH IN HANDICAP [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 March 1949

DESPERATE FINISH IN HANDICAP FOUR horses fight nut a thrilling finish in yesterday's Moorefield Handicap. Beau Brummell (No. 17) leads narrowly from Lone Duke (No. 9), Prince, Mohican j (obscured on the rails) and Phalanx (No. 7). Lone Duke won by half n head from I Beau Brummell, with Phalanx third. I

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 March 1949

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COMMENT BY THE SPORTS STAFF [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 March 1949

¡ COMMENT ? Hl' THK SPORTS STAFF - pLIFF SPROULE'S appoint **-' ment as manager of this year's Davis Cup team is :ertain. It never was in doubt, despite the nomination of Adrian Quist for the position. ? New selection methods by the L.T.A.A. ensured Sproule's appointment. The Australian i selectors were asked to nomin-l ate a manager. All chose Sproule. Now the L.T.A.A. has asked the States for nomina- tions, but Sproule will get the job. * * * WHAT will happen to the Australian cricket team in South Africa if Colin McCool's spinning finger again nibs raw, and he is unable to bowl? Lindsay Hassett and Arthur Morris might have to help Ian Johnson with the slow spin bowling. There is no right hand leg-spin bowler in the 14, apart from McCool. * ?¥ * A N unexpected wave can .**? completely upset the result of a surf race-and can bar Sydney's best surf swim- mers from qualifying for the national championships. Lucky "shoots," with their levelling effect on the field, I help club events,...

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Check For Sedition In Sharkey Speech [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 March 1949

Check For Sedition In Sharkey Speech CANBERRA, Saturday. I Commonwealth Crown Law ¡ authorities will study a state ¡ ment by Mr. L. L. Sharkey, general secretary of the Aus- tralian Communist Party, to see if it is seditious. Mr. Sharkey said on Friday night that if Soviet troops came to Australia in search of aggressors, the Australian working class would welcome .them as the people of Europe did when they were liberated. The Crown Law authorities doubt. whether a prosecution would be successful in this case. They said to-night that nothing could be done until after the High Court had decided the appeal by Mr. G. Burns, a Brisbane Com- munist, in June. Mr. Burns was convicted by a magistrate on a charge of having used seditious words. He said in a public speech that if war broke out with Russia Australian Com- munists would fight on the side of the Soviet. 'TRAITOROUS" "I can't imagine' a more traitorous statement than Mr. SharkeyV said the president of the N.S.W. Trades and Labour...

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LITTLE OSSIE— [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 March 1949

LITTLE OSSIE By Eyre, Jnr.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 March 1949

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PRAISE OF WARD AT CAULFIELD [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 March 1949

PRAISE OF WARD AT CAULFIELD MELBOURNE, Satur- day. - Melbourne , owner, Mr." Allan .Clark highly praised Sydney jockey A. I Ward after he had won the I first St. Clair Trial on Thun^ derhead at Caulfield to-day. Ward had to use all his vigour to beat Kritiri in the last stride by half a head. Picasso, who seems a promis- ing stayer, was a neck away third. Mr. Clark said he though! Ward rode an excellent race. "It is a welcome change of luck for me, and 1 backed Thun dcrhead well," he .added. 'The win is also a tribute- to my trainer and friend, Ron Cameron, who has ' displayed great patience with the horse." Deceptive Angle Finishing on the outside, Thun derhead from the stand appeared to have been well beaten by Kri- tiri on the rails. Punters rushed into the ring to back Kritiri, but most bookmak- ers at Caulfield have stopped bet- ting on photo finishes because the angle is so deceptive. N. McGro.wdie refused the ride on Kritiri, who was well suppor- ted. Picasso, the third place...

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Picture Highlights From The News [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 March 1949

Picture Highlights From The News ^UL7'««ï»-ﻫg* m The signal-flags of the Cadet Training Depot on Snapper Island, " «Ailing . Sydney Harbour, must have produced some confusing messages as they hung out to dry in yesterday's sunshine. MSdvaili«* Sonic of the children who arrived in the Asturias yesterday. ^?***Ö «M.R» ? Seven hundred migrants carne in the ship. They i ncludcd clerks, carpenters, mechanics, and station hands. T A«»Í??«.«* . Policewoman June Abbot giving a traffic lecture to the kindergarten class at Fort AifJC/i-Ul. t^ . street Primary School. Fourteen policewomen are doing this work in Sydney schools. Children are warned against taking risks, and are told to obey police, and watch traffic lights. Use of policewomen has enabled the release of men for regular duty. AM M »S «A , Duck shooters in action as the sun rose over the Mitta ijtl«* "*.? . arm 0{ j|ie Hume reservoir on Tuesday. Hundreds of shooters from all parts of N.S.W. and Victoria went to Albury for the ope...

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TRIPLE PROBE PLANNED Runaway Ferry [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 March 1949

TRIPLE PROBE PLANNED I -» Runaway Ferry Three independent investiga- tions are being made into the circumstances surrounding the runaway ferry Kirawa, which crashed into No. 5 Circular Quay on Friday night. . The Water Police yesterday interviewed passengers, members of the crew, and the ferry captain, the crew, and the ferry captain, Mr. J. Ireland. They are prepar- ing a report containing names of eye-witnesses willing to testify at: . The Maritime Services Board inquiry, which will begin to-morrow; . Sydney Ferries Ltd., who are holding their own inquiry, so far have* refused to release any inside details of the incident. [About 6.40 p.m. on Friday, the K ira wa, carrying about 200 passengers, left for Cremorne and Mosman. She swerved across Circular Quay and crashed into No. 5 wharf. No one was hurt, but the ship and wharf were badly damaged. Passengers who entered the captain's cabin found the steering gear locked,]

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"Love Me Sailor" Actors May Take Over [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 March 1949

I "Love Me Sailor"! ! Actors i May Take Over j After last night's performance of the play, "Love Me Sailor," the promoters asked the cast to carry on with the show on a co operative basis. Under this scheme the cast 1 would share the profits and the ¡ losses. ¡ The play, a dramatisation of j I Robert S. Close's book, has been, performed nightly since February, ill in a canvas tent off Nield, , Avenue, Rushcutter Bay. The promoters have been Mr. and Mrs. Phil M\crs. I | Mr. M>ers said early this , morning that the play's future would be decided this week. "Meanwhile, the show goes on," .he added.

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BUS TERMINUS AT WYNYARD Ald. O'Dea Urges New Plan [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 March 1949

BUS TERMINUS AT WYNYARD I Aid. O'Dea Urges! New Plan ¡ The Lord Mayor, Alderman E. ! C. O'Dea, yesterday ad\ocated i the building of an off-street bus terminus near Wynyard Station. He said the Department of. I Road Transport must soon face> | up to the responsibility of pro- > 1 viding a terminus for the use of i \ buses and passengers. ' ! Alderman O'Dea said that offi- ' cers of the City Council had sug- ¡ 1 gested, as a site for the terminus, J an area bounded by York, Ciar-. ence, and Erskine Streets, and, York Lane. j ' He said that the number of ! buses terminating at Wynyard | , Park would eventually ' be l doubled. ( An off-street bus terminus was | essential to operate the services ( efficiently, and to provide con-1 ?venience to the public. It would also relieve the city's traffic congestion. The bus terminus would be similar to a main railway ter- minal. Waiting rooms, kiosks, rest rooms, and other amenities would be provided. I Alderman O'Dea said that a bus termi...

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PARK CONCERTS TO-DAY [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 March 1949

PARK CONCERTS ! TO-DAY j -» i I The Professional Musicians'! j Band will play in .Victoria Park! : to-day at 3.30 p.m., under the! i baton of Mr. James Armour. I The Northern Suburbs Band < will play in Hyde Park and St.! \ Leonards Park Shell, North Syd- ' ney. to-day. ¡ The band «ill play in Hyde Park from 2.30 p.m. till 4 p.m., ' . and in St. Leonards Park from i 8.15 p.m. till 10 p.m.

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UNIVERSITY REGIMENT [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 March 1949

UNIVERSITY I REGIMENT! -.- I The Sydney University Regi- ment will launch a recruiting drive to-morrow with a week-long mili- tary display on University Oval N0. 2. The display will coincide with Orientation Week-the week in which freshmen are introduced to the University before the year's work begins. The regiment was a feature of University life before the war, and many of its members later served with distinction in fighting units. It ceased to function in 1945. Last year the Army decided to reform the unit under Lieutenant Colonel Colin Grace, D.S.O., E.D.

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"Little Jake" Now "Little Jane" [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 March 1949

"Little Jake" Now "Little Jane') Because an undersized boy could not be found for the part of Little Jake in J. C. Williamson's production "Annie, Get Your Gun," the producer had to change the part. Little Jake is now Little Jane. But as soon as a boy can be found the producer, Mr. C. Randell, will restore the original role. Leonie Scarlett, 13, of Mel- bourne, and Fred Norton, 11, of Sydney, played the two juvenile parts of Little Nell and Little Jake. They were withdrawn because New South Wales law prohibits the appearance on the stage of children under 15. J. C. Williamson Theatres Ltd. made a wide search for an under- sized boy and girl of 15. The firm found two girls, Pamela Norwood (shown in the picture making up) and Marie Bremner, of Sydney, but no small boy was offering. Mr. Randell said Australian boys of 15 were average or over- size. The undersized lad seemed to be a rare exception. Leonie Scarlett had played her part for l8 months, including five at the Theatre Royal, S...

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