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CONVERSATION PIECE Cinderella & Others [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949

CONVERSATION PIECE Cinderella & Others By ROBERT D. FITZGERALD "W7E had finished work and »?. were driving along the waterfront at Bondi, hot, dry, dusty. I was watching out to the right for the nearest. Tom had already caught sight of one and was looking for a place to park. Bill in the back of the car, sandwiched between the theodo- lite legs and a chaff-bag full of pegs, was as thirsty as either of us; but his mind was not on the pub: it was with his eyes-on the sea. What he said was: "Prettiest thing I know is a wave breaking. Same with a fire; I can watch a fire till it burns me." Bill will' probably never .know that he is a poet, as every man is, nor that-as every man does when the poet in him is moved he spoke in verse. Few of us have Bill's gift, which makes him such good company, of co-ordinating moments of heightened realisation or percep- tion with instantaneous aptness of words; and consequently few of us ever speak such good verse as those two lines. Technicians...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE SUNDAY BOOK CLUB Jack London—The Human Volcano [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949

THE SUNDAY BOOK qUBl Jack London-The Human Volcano By JAMES TAYLOR SOME weeks before taking the nicely-calculated meas- ure of morphine that ended his life on November 22, 1916, Jack London knew the world had already passed him by. At 40 years of age-disillusioned, betrayed, sick, and in debt to the tune of 100,000 dollars he was content to end an exist- ence which had by then lost all meaning. 'The world of adventure is almost over now," he had written a year before. "Even the purple ports of the seven seas have passed away, and have become prosaic." .Prosaic! The wonder is that he could spell the word; he who blazed across the firmament of his period like a streak of .living fire; he who had gloried in the battle and scorned the victory. A man of the people, a writer for the people and, until just before the end, a champion of the people, he had made many mistakes and committed many follies, but they had all been big mistakes, big follies. , For he simply did not know how to play ...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Win Vindicates Faith In Iolaus Stock MARE GRECIAN BRED Promising Stayer [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949

Win Vindicates Faith In lolaus Stock MARE GRECIAN BRED BY OWNER » Promising Stayer Mr. T. T. Cook, owner of yester- day's Rosehill winner^ Grecian, bred the mare himself from the sire Iolaus and the dam Salamyne. Grecian won the Auburn Mixed Stakes (l£m) yesterday by three lengths from Amyr Bay, with Plausible two and a half-lengths back third. Her connections believe she will develop into a good stayer. Since Iolaus raced about 17 years ago, Mr. Cook and his trainer, W. S. King, have not had a first-class galloper. "However Mr. Cook's breeding seems to be successful after 'all as Iolanda, a full sister to Gre- cian, won recently," Mr. King said after yesterday's race. King has prepared horses fot Mr. Cook for more than 20 years. King said that Iolaus, sire of Grecian, would have been a champion, had he not been a very difficult horse to prepare. Unsound Horse "He won a string of races, but I think he would have been a weight-for-age star except that he was unsound. "Mr. Cook had su...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949

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Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPOTLIGHT ON WORLD AFFAIRS Clamour As U.S. Trial Opened [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949

SPOTLIGHT ON WORLD AFFAIHS Clamour As U.S. Trial Opened FrocB A. D. ROTHMAN rs >XW YORK T^rirr tris! ci 12 feaäss et ¿e rec 2"»2T Ist "¡rade ÎO £ 5cc»i es .c'nrrsKocs- bv cafaoes cansad. br SÍ30Q3. S3CS. SSâ IzxLse Ezzdá Msära of CB rzisrû Décries Ccerrï sefcssc S> ¿.«^i srrr c? «se sÄcrrssEns. rec rrîTT ere cerrar rxofiem £TF."T< ~e ar-tr¡2srxis-; cf s£s cerrrí 'T'KE C nrax sie errarse -=ír*r ?*- tsyzziz a&zzctisz jo xzzdti zzc 2CTcczri í ficccrrÄs cisr Érrcnr oí úc Urrsed Stzüs Grcry crcEsr. ÊJÏ .Sryri Art crxäsr -=5árá örey zrs bÊro tris" fca ¿tsaáy rsrsjrsd cËrcÊÎ CoGrsTTJTrác fcfissssz. lu 19-. a cocrt in >ÍS^£Eíce« írred IS Trcsíítysrss creer Es Srráá Act co ¿e zrt£rr*a_ tiszt sàsy fcsd crcsctred îo t?^' «¿gx eos Araañras Ansr ard tecs caí tare vNailuU'-»' of tia Ggii^asera. icer -wsre coo ?issdL Mcsr actrt» ^csrîer rr> crsçer írg Ée rrcïu;i:wj£. arar rresecs 033 *=5S LGCH WeraícdL a Party, -soo wss ia cocotsrrr toora .=rü the DepErcoss ci Justie...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
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Atom Controller Defined A Goal From OUR NEW YORK OFFICE [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949

Atora Controller Defined A Goal From OUR NEW YORK OFFICE "TVAVID E. LILIENTHAL. ?*-' eterniza oí ihz U-S Atomic Energy Ccsxanissioa. once gave a ásñnhkm oí dsraocrzcy that thrilled Amerkans. I: has become part of íbe nation's political foOr-ksre. and promises to be second only to Lincoln's Genysbíirg address He said among ocber things: "AU Government and au private institutions rotst be designed to promote sad protect and defend the integrity of Ute individual . . -, "Any form of govenunent rhereiorc, "and any other insthu tier. 5 .»feien make men means rather tnan ends in : h e m s e 1 ves. which exalt the State or any other ¿nsrrru tions above the importance of men, w fa len place arbitrary power over men as a fundamerv tal tenet of sci- emment, arc contrary to this conception; and, therefore, I am deeply opposed to them . . . "I deeply be- lieve in the cap- acity of demo- cracy to sur- mount any trials that may lie ahead, provided only we practise it in our dailv I lives. And amo...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SPOTLIGHT ON WORLD AFFAIRS The Promised Land Was Rising FROM OUR LONDON OFFICE [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949

SPOTLIGHT ON WORLD AFFAIRS j - ' ? - - ' ' - -- i The Promised Land Was Rising In Palestine FROM OUR LONDON OFFICE The Palestine spotlight last week shifted to two islands in the Mediterranean-Rhodes, where Jews and Egyptians were sitting at the conference table with a UNO mediator, and Cyprus, where thousands of Jewish illegal migrants heard Britain's decision to release them. But behind the scenes, in Palestine itself, the Jews were still going ahead on their plans for peaceful development. This is the story of life in Palestine to-day. THEY call the big blond native Jewish youths "Sabras," after a tasteless cactus fruit you find in Palestine. As they lounge about the garish cafes of Tel Aviv, the Sabías now are talking of being demobilised from Israel's fighting forces. They will go on to the land probably, or into thes factories. They speak only Hebrew. Like the acrid cigarettes they smoke, they are homegrown in Palestine. Nobody can explain why they have no resemblance to their...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MELB. NIGHT TROTS [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949

g-------?=^ MLELB. MCHT TROTS PARADE HANDICAP, 2m_DAI - WOOD LAD (NSW) 72)ds (J Bln skin). 1 PRFDICTION, 36)ds (D Mcinnes), 2, MECHANISM, scr (J G Dossnic) 3 BETTING- 6 4 on DAL- WOOD I AD. 6 v Swordsman's Triumph, IO Project Senor Wilbur 15 Predic- tion 20 Annette Voyitc Range Finder 25 Betts Belmont Admiral Sorrento, 50 Mechanism 66 J ittlc Nlmblcfoot 100 Direct McKinny, Graceful Peter, Stylish Nalisc Parkly Peter DIvs (for SI) Win. 8/6, place, 6/6, £1/11/6, £4/14/ 20yds, 12yds Time, 4m 41Vis Scratched William Redmond PARK VII IE STAKFS, l%m - SHADOW GLFN, sir (D Wilson). 1 LIGHTNING W1LKLS, scr (A Tur- ner), 2 CLhVFR JIM, scr <L. Coram), 3 BETTING! 7-4 Malden Echo, 2 Vin Pronto, 5 1 ightning Wilkes, 10 SHADOW GI EN 12 Clever Jim. IS Sir Samuel 20 King s Maid Proposition, 25 Cobber s Pride, I oid Toby. 33 Lady Vinda, Winolitc, Neal Wah, Bill's Image Wonga Minc Diss Win, £3/6/6, place, 18/, II/. £1/3/6 12yds, 1yd Time, 3m 59'/«s GRATTAN HANDICAP-First Dist sion. III_DARK...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Beaverbrook Had The Tories Puzzled FROM IRVINE DOUGLAS IN LONDON [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949

Beaverbrook Had The Tories Puzzled FROM IRVINE DOUGLAS IN LONDON LORD BEAVERBROOK LORD BEAVERBROOK had the politicians guessing last week whether he had deserted the Conservative Party and taken his four-million-daily-circulation "Daily Express" with him (not to mention the "Sunday Express" at two and a half million a week and the "Evening Standard" at three-quarters of a million a day). The Conservatives broke the news of the rift, and it was not clear whether they were pained or relieved. . . . T^HE sequence went this way: *? The Conservative head- quarters in London issued a statement for Beaverbrook's own "Evening Standard" to publish, saying that he had refused to re- new "his subscription to the Epsom Conservative Party Asso- ciation. Moscow's "Pravda" embellished the news to say Beaverbrook had resigned because he was opposed to the Conservatives' policy of being economically dependent on America. The Liberal "News-Chronicle" brought out a two-column inter- view with Beaverbr...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Thief of Two Dobell Paintings May Be Art Fanatic [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949

Thief of Two Dobell Paintings May Be Art Fanatic -.- The landscape by William Dobell, this year's Archi- bald Prize winner, which was stolen from the Society of Artists' exhibition on September 4 last, has completely vanished. This is the second "Dobell" to be stolen. The first was "Study of a Woman Dozing'' which disappeared from the National Art Gallery in 1942. The missing Dobell landscape. The thefts may be the work of an art fanatic be- cause, once released for public view, both pictures would be easily recognised. The painting stolen last year was Dobell's first Australian land- scape - "The Breeze at Wangi." It was owned by Mrs. Frank Clune, of Vaucluse, and is valued at 100 guineas. It was insured for 60 guineas by the Society of Artists, who   sponsored the exhibition. The insurance has been paid. Mrs. Frank Clune said yester- day: "It was stolen only two weeks after I got it from Bill. During that time, I had moved it around my home, changing it from room to r...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Wage-Pegging And Secret Ballots May Be Used To Check Price Rise MINISTERS' PROPOSALS [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949

Wage-Pegging And Secret Ballots May Be Used To Check Price Rise MINISTERS' PROPOSALS The price-spiral is causing the State Govern- ment grave concern. Among proposals in State Labour circles for control- ling it are: . Compulsory secret ballots in trade unions, . The introduction of some form of wage-pegging. Compulsory secret ballots have been discussed by a State Caucus sub-     committee. It is argued that secret ballots would increase production. Wage-pegging has been discussed informally by some Ministers, and the subject is likely to be referred to the Premier, Mr. McGirr, shortly. Some Federal Labour members of Parliament are becoming very wor- ried about the effect of rising prices on their chances at the Federal election this year. They will almost certainly raise the subject in Caucus when Parliament resumes next month. Prices Ministers from all States will meet in Sydney on February 4, and political differences at the meeting may end uniform pric...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATE NEWS "TRIAL AGAINST CATHOLICISM" [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949

LATE NEWS "TRIAL AGAINST CATHOLICISM" LONDON, Jan. 22 (A.A.P.). —Vatican Radio stated to-day that the trial of Cardinal Mindszenty might be converted into "a trial against Catho- licism." The Radio said the Hunga- rian Government had asked   neighbouring Communist States to supply information on "Vati-   can interference in internal affairs." (Evatt Calls For Report on Cardinal, p. 3.)

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEW SUNDAY RATES [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949

NEW SUNDAY RATES ADELAIDE, Saturday. -Double time for Sunday work was awarded to-day to thousands of shift workers in the gas and tramway in- dustries. The new rates were announced by Mr. Conciliation Commis- sioner A. S. Blackburn, V.C. It is believed they will apply to em- ployees in both industries .throughout N.S.W., Victoria, Tasmania, and S.A. Six thousand gas employees, as well as thousands of tramwaymcn, arc affected. ^ The applications dealt with by Mr. Blackburn were from tram- way unions in Sydney, Mel- bourne, Hobart,- and Launceston, and from gas employees' unions in N.S.W., Victoria, Tasmania, and S.A.

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TWO AMERICAN COMMENTS ON INDONESIA [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949

TWO AMERICAN COMMENTS ON INDONESIA Swclnerl lo Ihe San Francisco "Chronicle." "Grist tor the Red Mill" Alexander In Ihc PhilaiWrhla "Evenlns Bulletin" "Action in Indonesia"

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949

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Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Will It Come To This? [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949

Will It Come To This? Nationalisation of carrots bill —An' I warn the Gov'ment that unless they make available more wire netting the human pest will again overrun this fair country of ours.

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE MAN IN THE SHAFT SHORT STORY BY D'ARCY NILAND [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949

THE MAN IN THE SHAFT SHORT STORY BY D'ARCY NILAND ALL sorts come to the field,   good and bad. This Ger-   man, Vogel, was bad. But who was to know that? He was plea- sant and ready to do anyone a favour. He got in with the Carter brothers, Tom and Charlie. Tom, a sturdy youngster of 16, disliked Vogel instantly and want- ed nothing to do with him. Charlie, four years older, was more happy-go-lucky. "Three can do more work than two," he told Tom. "And, any- way, I reckon a new partner might bring us luck. We need it." "Okay, then." Tom gave in. "What you say goes, I s'pose. but I still don't like him." It was hard work, digging for opal. The boys had found noth- ing worthwhile in two months, and they hadn't been loafing. When Vogel joined them they de- cided to sink a new shaft on Tar- boy Hill. Tliey took the narrow hole down to 34 feet, and started to tunnel in, but they had no luck. Vogel became pessimistic. So did Tom and Charlie. They even talked about...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949

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Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MUSIC AND THE THEATRE Australians Are Winning Distinction In London [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949

MUSIC AND THE THEATRE Australians Are Winning Distinction In London By NEVILLE CARDUS, Who Returned From London Last Week. The tired music critic from overseas returns to Australia at this time of the year knowing he will be able for a while to find rest and peace from concerts.   FOR music goes on holiday during an Australian summer, and as weary overworked and not underfed Australian flute players, trombonists, and the like relax in the sun and in the surf, they are free to sleep, per- chance to dream, while Mr. Kitson keeps the watch-dog's vigil. In the hcighth of last English summer, the Halle Orchestra (to quote one example) were en- gaged in this way: August 17, Rhyl; August 17, Llandudno; August ,20, Wigan; August 21, Stockport, August 24, Sheffield; August 27, Halifax; August 28, Huddersfield; August 31, Edin- burgh . . . There is, maybe, too much music, or rather too many con- certs, to be heard in England nowadays, in London especially. In the capital, the oth...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Two Green Parrots At Circular Quay Have One Good Friend By A Special Reporter. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949

Two Green Parrots At Circular Quay Have One Good Friend Bj A Speä-J Reçoit«" Twice a day, for more than 12 years, Mrs. B. Shep herd, of Cremorne Point, has crossed the Harbour by ferry to feed a pair of 46-year-old Mexican green parrots at Cir   cular Quay. Tb¿ corroa ¿rt ia 2 cas* (xcsiót a sntsaçrocer*s i&op ax rise Qoay. >lr5- Sbecserd i« 2 SE2ÎL eiderir k¿7. »ila Sásd cjss Ásd 2 quiet ^mct. }'ín. àaçèisrc saj± ~ï *"*r» "O gel a-say frees reccíe- Birds arc ararais maie rre £"5Ç*r- Y-ao , CÏ3 CÏSC fäs=_ Mrs. Sfcepcem saJd ce parroö often sang foc csäcrea. Socce tîraes they screecèed, "Good-cys; «Éerefre yoe aang?* to "¿ti ncrryiEç for a ferry. She accetr ""Ir> a trâcsc e? tñerrs so àeîd a "pcoee ecever sariotä betweea tQeOse"ves "ft gees Hie tis«: ""Hrst parrot. "HdSoY "SSCÏJCJC parrot. *He£io.* Taise. theE:- | "First parrot: "Ofc_ noT | ?"Second parrot, "Yes, year r "And tses "hey go GC irria peaîs oí laagÉser. "They laegâ so Iced, yoe cas hear risen? r...

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