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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949
THE AUSTRALIAN PROVINCIAL ASSURANCE ASSOCIATION LTD. Addresi delivered by L. J. Thompson, Deputy Chairman of The Australian Provincial Assurance Association Ltd, presiding at Thirty-Seventh Annual Ordinary Geneial Meeting of Shareholdeis, held at the Association's Head Office, 53 Martin Place, on Thurs- day, 27th Januaiy, 1949. The new business written during the year amounted to £1,080,070 carrying annual premiums of £37,131, compared with £1,301,757 for the previous year with annual premiums of £45,107 The Board's policy, as previously explained, is to cxpind in certain selective types of insurance, and consequently, this tends towards a lower volume but is more valuable m other qualities Exemplifications of these qualities are to be, seen in the greater col- lection of first premiums, the higher average amount of each policy writ- ten (approximately £498 compared with £344 last year and £285 two years ago) and the reduced expense rate. The Board is also pleased to report that the...
SOCIAL NEWS AND GOSSIP Country Visitors Enjoy City Night-Clubs [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949
SOCIAL NEWS AND GOSSIP Country Visitors Enjoy City Night-Clubs f)N leave from Japan, w LIEUTENANT ARTHUR j ROFE, B.C.O.F., celebrated , with MISS PHILIPPA MOORE and MR. JOHN FITZGERALD and MISS JILL PRINCE who had adjoining tables at Romano's. Left: 'THE oyster bar at Romano's was the last port of call for COMMANDER JOHN HERDER, D.S.C., R.N., MRS. TONI JONES - HUMPHREY and MR. ROBBIE DOOLIN before they returned to Palm Beach nfter a day in town. Left: MISS PATRICIA HARVEY 11 SUTTON and LIEUTEN- ANT - COMMANDER JOHN HAY. R.N., dined at Glen- eagles in a party with Mr. and Mrs. Reggie Gaslcell, Mrs. Mari Livingstone and English visitor Mr. Victor Brook. Below: CELEBRATING their fourth wedding anniversary at Prince's were MR. and MRS. "RUSTY" FIELDER and their guests, MR. and 'MRS. RON. LEE. "YOUNG country couple, 1 MISS JUDITH ALLAN of Donnison. Breeza, and MR. BRUCE BAKER of Albion, Gunnedah, dancing at Sammy Lee's. MR. COLIN PRYKE (Warialda, Moree), MR. G. 11 MCWILLIAM (Fineview, Go...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949
OUTSTANDING! in safety. . . and in performance! WEIGHS ONLY There is only one ^ penuine Hawkins (Universal) Pressure Cooker and. that is made by Hawkins of London HAWKINS COOKING TIME Hawkins (Universal) Pressure Cooker is so safe ... so simple . . . saves up to 80 per cent Time, Fuel and Labour. It works like Magic ... no gadgets, springs or dials to worry about. It's four seals afford complete* safety, its special features make for perfect cooking ... It preserves tempting, garden-fresh flavours and colours of vegetables. Anyone can obtain perfect results with a Hawkins PRESSURE COOKER So Simple . . . So Safe . . . So Sure OBTAINABLE AT AU LEADING DEPARTMENTAL, ELECTRICAL AND HARDWARE STORES. CARROTS 1-1} MINUTES
Outandabout WITH JUDY [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949
'Otofaed&faoÙTT] U DY T UCKY, LUCKY Mrs. Garnet Malley, who flew back to Fiji this week. She «nd her husband then board their luxurious motor cruiser and sail 130 miles to the Lau Island group, and they anchor at one of the islands at their own prhate harbour, which has the glorious name of Turquoise Bay, where they have their home. They are busy remodelling the house, "But, of course, we expect it to take a long, long time, be- cause if you forget something, you just can't run round' the corner and buy "it." . . . VROM ENGLAND comes news of friendly rivalry on the squash court between the Duke, of Edinburgh and Baron, the fashionable London photo- grapher .who took the Royal wedding pictures. The Duke and Baron play frequently on the Buckingham Palace squash courts, and the Duke at the moment is the champion. "But before his marriage I used, to beat him easily," says Baron. * . ? * THAT APACHE PARTY given hy Zora Biclitch still has the French community in an ecstasy. Zora t...
POLO AND PICNICS [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949
POLO AND PICNICS COUNTRY people are in town for the wool sales, and city friends are inquiring about picnic race meetings throughout the country. Many hostesses have already invited guests for house parties. The Armidale "picnics" will take place on February 22 and 23; Yass is booked for March 10, It, and 30; Quirindi, March 12; Canberra, March l8; Crookwell, February 23; and Cootamundra, May 4. Other clubs have not yet announced their dates. And, of course, lhere arc (he Dudley Cup polo matches to be played at Maitland in July.
KINDERGARTEN TIME RICKY, MIFFY AND THE BUSHFIRE [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949
KINDERGARTEN TIME By JILL MEILLON AND ADYE RICKY, MIFFY AND THE BUSHFIRE 1^/fIFFY had just finished, sweep- ing, when through the window came a puff of smoke. "Whatever can it be?" she asked, and hurried outside to see. Then she gathered up her skirts and flew indoors again. "Our lovely bush is on fire!" she cried. Ricky saw the smoke too. He was angry. "Why should anyone want to burn the bush?" he asked Miffy. Nearer and nearer canoe the grey smoke and the big red flames. They made a horrid crackling noise. "Our homes will be burned down,? wept Miffy. "And our gardens burat too," sighed Ricky. Then -. . . Clang! Clang! Clang! Through- the smoke and the fire raced a fine red fire engine. "Why, it's Willie the Fireman!" Ricky exclaimed. Willie jumped from his engine, straightened his shining gold helmet, and fixed the hose to Miff/is water tap. He put out the fire in no time. Miffy and Ricky were so happy they invited him to tea. ' "If you hadn't put -out the fire, Willie, we wouldn'...
New Colours For Spring In Australia [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949
New Colours For Spring In Australia T^HE Australian Guild of Fash. *- ion Designers has selected three basic colours for the Aus- tralian 1949 spring-deep beige, deep grey, and a black-toned gold which has been named Wattle Glow. Accessory colours will be cocoa, junior blue, and olive green. The Australian Guild oí Fashion Designers, with Mr. A. Benjamin as president, with head quarters in Melbourne, has four worth-while objectives-to pro- mote and develop Australian fashion, improve the standard of design, encourage originality in design, and standardise sizes. The executive officer, Miss June Broun, who will return lo Mel- bourne to-day. said yesterday that more than 100 Australian firms, representing all branches of tex- tile and clothing manufacture including footwear, millinery, and accessories-at present belong to the guild. One of its first jobs will be to co-ordinate colour ranges for manufacturers well in advance of each season.
TWO OF THIS MAN'S TILES WERE ALIKE [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949
TWO OF THIS MAN'S TILES WERE ALIKE A 'JflLE manufacturer sent out some sample titles. He intended -*** to send 12 different patterns, but accidentally two of the patterns; were the same. Here are the 12 tiles. Can you pick the two that are exactly alike? When you have found ihem. colour rhe two patterns neatly using the same colour for each, fill in the coupon, and' post it to "Playtime." Frizes for the neatest, correct answers will be: First, £1/1/, (4 points); second, 10/6 (3 point»); Ifnrifc. 5/ (2 points), with 259 two- and one-point certificates. NAME.._. ADDRESS. ..-.AGE.s
MUCH TRAVELLED HORSE [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949
MUCH TRAVELLED HORSE Peace Treaty, who was beaten a neck by the odds-on favourite, Titus, at Wyong last Tuesday is probably the most travelled gal loper in training. His last nine starts have been on nine different tracks. Peace Treaty ran at Cowra on September 10, and since then has started at Canowindra, Welling- ton, Bathurst, Narromine, Gren- fell, Forbes, Parkes, Bega, New- castle, and Wyong. I
Newcastle Race Card 1.0. MAIDEN HANDICAP, 6f. First Division. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949
Newcastle Race Card 1.0. MAIDEN HANDICAP, 6f. rirst Division. Wire Mark Happy Robin (7) . 9 0 (I) . Brierley (21) 8 12 Lady Colite Silent Prince (14) _ 8 12 Manato! (Il) 8 7 After You Elmornn (10) Nodeco (3V. Valiant Joan (13) Our Choice (12) _ Lady Silver (20) Red Char (IS) 8 4 Permanent Sea Vista (22) _ 8 0 (2) . 8 3 Entertain (19) 7 13 Carol (6) .. 8 3 Sunny Sea Brierley, 1; El Moran, 2; Wire Mark, 3. MAIDEN HANDICAP, Second Division. ti. Valley Grand (5) Divot (20) . 8 Pharmond (13) _ 8 Maitland (21) 8 Banyan (17) 8 Maranga(IO) 8 Bradpool (7) 8 Gai Lyn (3) 8 4 Perfect Power Humming 6 Bird (9) . 8 5 Ncw"boy (l8) 8 Si>lc Bridge i (16) _ 8 5 Mudarra (6) 8 5 Te Tcina(4V 8 5 Dinky Pal Lady Drew (8) St. Cathe- rine (I) . Winsidc (12) Sir Vitom (14) 8 4 Sir Leon- ard (19) . 8 4 Perfect Mel 8 4 ody (11) . 8 4 1; Humming Bird, 2: Valle) 2.0. JUVENILE HANDICAP, 4'/4f. 8 9 Kcv's Luck (2). Title (9) -.. Royal Mone) 8 5 Roval Beauty (IO) _ 8 8 -5 Gay. Tie (8) 8 8 5 Heranova (5) 8 , 1; Bru...
INDEX FOR RANDWICK [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949
RANDWICK AU Spirit 4 5 Ambitious 1 40 Avalanche 3 30 Barnsley 3,30 Blue Danube 3 30 Blue Flag 4 5 Bold Archer 2 15 Bold Duke 2 50 Bo Reet 1 40 Burgona 12 50 Burnley j 4 40 Cherunga 4 5 Chessman 4 40 Conductor 3 30 Corosan 12 50 Crusader 3 30 Damadora 2 15 Deed 4 40 Drummer Boy 4 40 Fight On 2 15 Film I 40 Flashback . 140 Forge 3 30 Freedom 4 5 Trisk 215 Grey Phintom 4 5 Hero c Sove reign 2 50 Hesdin 12 50 High tdcals 3 30 High Spirits 2 15 Hindu Rush 4 40 Joy Court 1 40 La Bess 1 40 Lady Bevron 4 40 Lady Pick wick 1 40 > PM Legal Wia 12 50 Lonely 1 40 Madam Du vach 1 40 Mannabella 4 5 Mentone 3 30 Midwise 4 5 Mine Host 2 50 Mr Stana way 215 Newborough 4 40 Nickel 4 40 One Up 4 5 Opening 4 40 Overland 2 15' Persian Khan 12 50 Peter Blue 2 15 Purple Prince 12 50 Regal Son 3 30 Romany King "> 50 Rotherham 2 15 Rojal Lad 3 30 Royal Regalia 4 5 School Slar 1 40 Sir Alex Z15 Skyera 1 40 Skystreamer 12 50 Souvenir 4 40 Star of the South P 50 Steady ,3 30 Step In 2 15 Sweet Haven 1 40...
W.P. DOG FORM AND PROSPECTS Parramatta Stake [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949
W.P. DOG FORM AND PROSPECTS Parramatta Stake FLASHING GOLD Has &lt;hown cçn«s tent form at Wjong and behind outside hare at Wollongong m latent races Hard to bcit STUDY FORM« She won at New castle at her last start from Sw.tnk\ Again Has not previously raced here but should htndle the track LINNE ROBBIE. After sc\eral fail- ures was successful at Goulburn last start scoring decisively from Rose Chief OUR KFrALlN: Has registered two ums and three placings in list six racci at Moss Vale. Tirsl run at W.P. Woodstock Stake GLENDON BEI LE: Won al her third start since resuming from a spell, when she lead praciictlly all way at W P last week Again promises to be hard to beat BRIGHT LUCRE: Won similar race easily by keeping to rail all way on Janu- ary 19. Likes inside bot and may be hard to beat if favourably drawn TRION'S BLONDE. Was wide out most of the way when handy second to Tom's Glory here on January 19 Chance to «tone in this OUR SHANNON: His second to Bright Nash at Wollo...
Analysis Of Randwick Form Havilah Handicap [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949
Analysis Of Randwick Form Havilah Handicap COROSAN: Indicated that he retained form in finishing second to Crag Sun, whom he conceded 71b, in Sunnyside Handicap (60 at Rand* ick yesterday. Should again run well HESDIN Followed up Randwick win by fimshinf, very close second to Ncr scot at that track on January 3 Yes terday finished good fourth in Crig Son s A J C Sunnyside H tndicap Here 41b better off in relation to Corosan who finished second in latter race STAR OF THE SOUTH Has finished second at each of l-w>t two starts Was beaten by Crag Son (who again won >cst&lt;;*rda>) at Randwick on January 15 and by Zetland at Rosehill week later Favourably weighted BURGONA Has not raced VALIVNT LEE Had onlv run in Cn« Son s race it Randwick on J inuary 15 Showed speed but dropped out in latter stit.es Should have benefited A ALI EY FORGE Finished sixth of 17 runners m Cric Sons Juvenile Novice it Randwick on Jamnrv H Was then hiving first run ind has since shown improvemen...
"HERALD" SELECTIONS FOR RANDWICK HAVILAH HANDICAP [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949
"HERALD" SELECTIONS FOR MÎNDWÏCK HAVILAH HANDICAP Star of the South . . 1 Hesdin . 2 Corosan . 3 KOOBA HANDICAP School Star . 1 Ambitious .2 Flash Back.3 KURNELL TRIAL Rotherham . 1 Sir Alex.I . 2 High Spirits .3 AUSTRALIA DAY HCP. Romany King ...'.. 1 Heroic Sovereign . . 2 Bold Duke . 3 ANNIVERSARY HCP. Transaction ...... 1 Conductor ....... 2 Avalanche. . 3 BONDI HANDICAP Freedom ........ 1 Midwise ..-. . 2 Blue Flag.3 PHILLIP HANDICAP Deed . 1 Burnley . 2 Edinburgh .3 Best Bet: Rotherham Double: Rotherham, ' Romany King. For Tote: Deed.
CUP WINS WERE LUCKY RIDES [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949
CUP WINS WERE LUCKY RIDES By W. COOK W. H. (Billy) Cook, who leaves for England this week, reveals in the following article that his Melbourne Cup successes on Skipton and Rain bird were lucky rides. XX .THEN people ask me( * ^ to name the biggest thrill of my riding career, I ! am bound to tell them it occurred a few minutes after 3 p.m. on November 3, 1941. That was the day 1 won my first Melbourne#Cup on Skipton. This greatest thrill was almost equalled jn 1945 when I was first home on Rainbird, but not quite. I suppose I will never recap- ture the feeling of complete (satisfaction that came over me when 1 knew I had the race won. There was a feeling of tre- mendous power about me when Skipton surged to the front. Half a furlong from home 1 knew my mount would have to fall over to lose. As a matter of fact, that doubt hit me like a blow for a fraction of a second; but then I collected my- self as 1 realised how well the colt was going. And there the post loomed up and .we were pa...
FISHING AND WHERE [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949
FISHIVfï AMD HHEKE Good reports have been le ceived from the Hawkesbury River, from as far up as Max haven and Grace's Shore. One party landed 65 bream and small jewfish al Hawkesnest and Flint and Steele during the week Fishing the run out at the Caves (Spit) lately, catches of up to 3 i and 4 dozen bream ha\e been repoited In the last few days, however, it has been almost impossible to get fish past the sharks Best report last week came from Port Hacking, uhcre two catches of Luderick (blackfish) totalled 170. the fish being caught in the Burraneer Bay area. Amaleui Fishermen's Associa- tion parties have been doing well "outside" on schnapper An association party will fish outside the Heads next Sunday Boats will leave from Rose Baj and La Perouse. The associa lion will also hold a surf fishing outing at Cronulla It is claimed that Geo Buck ton of Newcastle has broken the w 01 Id s re urd of 160 jards for 2&lt;oz sinker cnsting held b> W Southam of Sydnej The new figure...