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600 Poles As New Australians [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949

600 Poles As New Australians CANBERRA, Saturday.-First batch of foreign migrants to become naturalised Australian citizens will be 600 Polish ex Servicemen now employed on a hydro-electric project in Tas- mania. This was announced by the Minister for Immigration, Mr. A. A. Calwell, to-night.

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LITTLE ALI [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949

, i, BILL DAVIES

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
In TIBOOBURRA The Streets Really Are Paved With Gold [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949

In TIBOOBURRA The Streets Really Are Paved With Gold By W. GORDON HENDERSON When il ruins in Tibooburra, the gold that meant death to many of the early prospec- tors turns up in the. streets. Nearly every ' resident lias his small hoard of gold specks. < picked up after the rare rains. THEY started fossicking in the street at Tibooburra after the last rain. For this tiny town, away up in the corner of New South Wales, where three States meet, is one of the few places in the world where you can pick up gold in the roadway. Tibooburra" stands on the fringe of civilisation in a unique setting-a kind of clearing in a forest *f the strangest piles of gibbers you ever saw. They look as if they had been thrown up from the nether regions like huge ir- regular bubbles, and many of them seem just on the point of toppling from precarious heights. APPARENTLY they have looked like that since long before there was a Tiboobuna, perhaps even before the abori gincs were there. Certainly t...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MRS. O'KEEFE FEARS FOR HER CHILDREN'S LIVES [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949

MRS. O'KEEFE FEARS FOR HER CHILDREN'S LIVES, MELBOURNE, Saturday. - Indonesian Mrs. Annie O'Keefe said to-night that she feared for the lives of herself and her eight children if they had to return to Indonesia, as ordered by the Min- ister for Immigration, Mr. A. Calwell. Her late first husband, Samuel Jacob, had been loyal to the Allies, she said, and already some of their relatives had been killed by Japanese collaborators. Mrs. O'Keefe told her story in an exclusive interview with a "Sunday Herald" representative at her home overlooking the water at Bonbeach. Neatly dressed, she spoke in slightly broken English, as she sat with her Australian husband, Mr. John O'Keefe. "In 1941," he said, "before the Japanese invaded the Indies, my first husband was regent, or ad ministrator. of one of the Indies group of islands. "He helped to put down an up- rising of Japanese and collabo- rators. "Shortly after the Japanese landed, we escaped from the is- land with our seven children-the youn...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATE NEWS LEAGUE TEST [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949

LATE NEWS LEAGUE TEST England won final Rugby League Test against Australia, 23-9. . CStary, Page 23.)

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Mrs. Jones Must Prepare For Her Atomic Kitchen It seems possible that before Mrs. Jones, living in her dream atomic world, can become an efficient housewife she will have to take a course in nuclear physics! [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949

Mrs. Jones Must Prepare For Her Atomic Kitchen It seems possible thal before Mrs. Jones, living in her dream atomic world, can become an efficient housewife she will have lo take a course in nuclear physics! By PETER ROBINSON A Staff Correspondent in New York. THE vision of Mrs. Jones bending'gingerly over the Sunday roast with a Geiger Counter undoubtedly has humorous overtones, but it may not be as exaggerated a.s it seems. With atomic energy in gene ral use we will all have to possess at least some know ledge of nuclear physics, just as to-day most people have an elementary knowledge of elec- tricity. There is no doubt that in many fields of activity the ability to use instruments for detecting nuclear radiation will be absolutely necessary. Scientists arc working on in struments ranging from foun- tain pen size up, all designed to detect the presence of vari- ous types of atomic radiation. Possibly the Jones family, wandering about the world' of the future, may have to carry som...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"SANDY' BLIGHT [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949

"SANDY' BLIGHT By Jolliffe Printed and published by John Fairfax * Som Pty. Limited, at the registered office of the Company, 38 Hunter Street, Sydney

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SUN: [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949

SUN: To-day, rises 5.14, sets 7.02. MOON: Rises 5.50 a.m., sets 8.01 p.m. TIDES (Fort Denison): High 9.06 a.m. (5ft 2in), 9.38 p.m. (3ft lOin). Low, 2.41 a.m. (lOin), 3.45 p.m. (4in).

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SUNDAY "HERALD" CROSSWORD- No. 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949

SUNDAY "HERALD" CROSSWORD - No. 2 ACROSS: I. Description of the unfortu- nate Tories who died in the Cannibal Islands couldn't be more orderly. (5, 2, 3) 6. By which the punter hopes to help. (4) 10. The steep isolated mountain approached by the king, with luggage, for which Denmark is famous. (6, 7) II. Japanese sash. (3) 12. Great lake among castles where scabirds nest in large numbers. (9) 13. Equine communication breaks the hinge. (5) 14. Lash-marks of some shoes. , (5) 16. You have to pay up on the nail when you ¿et this fish. l8. Grey as a layer. (5) 20. Tiny is in the road of con- fectionery. (5) M. The natural texture and range of the voice allows Thérèse to take it and you to the sun god. (9) «. Hawaiian garland. (3) 27. Corrupt American guy and a plug-ugly in an old-time British electorate before seats were equitably redis tributed. (6, 7) «, Extremely terrible ride? (4) 29. Tell your confederate about it-but don't stand on cere- mony. (10) . DOWN: 1. Honour for the Rhode ...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Is Vast Wealth In Oil Awaiting Exploitation? Geologists May Find The Answer To Australia's Million Pound Question [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949

Is Vast Weajfh In Oil Awaiting Exploitation? Geologists May Find The Answer To Australia's Million Pound Question By JOHN OGBURN HAS the Australian earth, which Has yielded mil- lion's iri gold and other metals further wealth In dii awaiting discovery arid ejttiltíitation? That is the mnlltírl-pound question1 nri\V fricifîg Austra- lian geologists. No one knows the answer yet. The search for oil is always a gamble, and the odds against success are heavy. But 111 IHe Roma district ol Queensland, in the north of Western Australia and in Papua the fho§{ intensive search for oil in Australia's ' history is under way. It is hard to imagine H world in which oil, in the many forms in which it is .. used to-day, was unknown. Yet the petroleum industry is less than 100 years old. ÏT was in 1859 at the small * town of Titusvillc, Pennsyl- vania, that a railway conduc- tor, "Colonel" Edward Drake, started drilling for oil. He was made the butt of ridicule and scorn by the people of Titus ville...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
EGG PRICES RISE Falling Output [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949

EGG PRICES RISE I Falling Output Egg prices will rise to-morrow because of a seasonal falling off in production. The increases will bring the retail price of hen eggs to ii li a dozen and medium eggs to 2/7+. The secretary of the Egg Mar- keting Board, Mr. W. S. F. Led- ger, announced the new prices yesterday. Former retail prices were: Hen eggs, 2/10+. a dozen; med- ium,' 2/5Í a dozen. Wholesale prices, with former price in brackets, will be: Hen eggs, 2/9 (2/6); medium eggs, 2/3 (2/1). The N.S.W. Prices Branch approved the increases.

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Bowlers Still Hold Advantage In Shield DRAMATIC CHANGES OF FORTUNE N.S.W. FAST MEN DISMISS VICTORIA FOR 165 [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949

Bowlers Still Hold "Advantage In Shield DRAMATIC CHANGES OF FORTUNE N.S.W. FAST MEN DISMISS VICTORIA FOR 165 By Tom Goodman New South Wales, with three wickets down for 80 runs in the second innings, is 144 runs to the good in the Sheffield Shield match against Victoria at the Sydney Cricket Ground. Bowlers again held away yesterday, in a dramatic day's play. Victoria, dismissed for a paltry 165 runs, had the first three batsmen out for 12 runs in the N.'S.W. second innings.

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
KEEPER WAS ON HIS KNEES TO TAKE CATCH [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949

KEEPER WAS ON HIS KNEES TO TAKE CATCH N.S.W. wicketkeeper Ron Saggers goes to his knees to hold the splendid catch which dismissed Loxton for 26 from the bowling of Alan Walker. Keith Miller is at slip.

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POIDEVIN-GRAY SCOREBOARD WESTERN SUBURBS v ST. GEORGE WESTERN SUBURBS. First Innings. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949

POIDETOí-GRAY SCOREBOARD WESTERN SUBURBS v ST. GEORGE WESTERN SUBURBS. First Innings. K. EDWARDS, c Harvey, b Dews . S A. SARGES0N, c Dews, b Lang 13 K. REW, c Seabrook, b Skillfcr 6 G. LE HURAY, b Dews .... l8 F. SK1LLER, c Seabrook, b Lane . 35 B. BALDOCK, b Lane . 2 M. GODFREY, c Michael, b Dcws . 8 S. EDWARDS, lbw, b Seabrook 15 J. HARDING, c Lang, b Dews 5 B, ADCOCK, b Seabrook .... 0 R. PEASLEY, n.o. 0 Sundries. 25 Total ."735 Bowling.-R. SkIIIer, l-22¡ K. Lang, 3-47! A. Dews, 4-40; S. Sea- brook, 2-1. ' Second Innings. R. PEASELEY. Ibw. b Byron 15 B. BALDOCK, b Lang . 1 K. REW. b Byron . 15 A. SARGESON. b Harvey .... 37 M. GODFREY, lbw, b Seabrook 1 B. ADCOCK, c and b Seabrook l8 F. SK1LLER, c Michael, b Lang 19 J. HARDINO, c Campbell, b Sundries Eight wickeis for . 117 Bowling: R. Skiller, 0-12; K. Lang, 2-61 A. Dewes, 0-2! S. Sea- brook, 2-35; D. Byron, 3-56; J. Harxcy. 1-2. ST. GEORGE. - First Innings. I. CAMPBELL, b Edwards .. 26 D. BUCHANAN, c Rew, b Skiller . 1 L. FAVEL...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO-MORROW'S SPORT [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949

TO-MORROW'S SPORT TURF_A J C. Anniversary Meeting, Randwick TROTTING.-Richmond Meeting First Race 1 30 p m GREN HOUNDS.-Wcntworlh Park N S W T C night meeting First race 7 20 pm CRICKET.-Sheffield Sh'eld NSW v Vlctorli, SCG PoldcvlnGray Shield University v St George, Univer- sity, Cumberland v Paddington Trum- per, Petersham v Western Suburbs Petcrshim, Marrickville v Bilmnin, Birchgrove Glebe v Gordon, Jubilee, Randwick v Northern District Coogee, Mosman v North Sjdncy, Mosmin, Manly v Waverley, Minlj SAILING -Anniversary Day Regatta, Sydney Harbour ATHLETICS.-Country Championships, Henson Park SURFING.-Freshwater Carnival, Har- bord MOTOR BOATING.-N S W cham- pionships, Kangaroo Point, Sjlvania TFNNIS.-Western Suburbs Hardcourt Assn Chimpionshlps, Burwood

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SILVER BUZZ SCORES RANDWICK WIN [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949

SILVER BUZZ SCORES RANDWICK WIN SILVER BUZZ (N. Sellwood) defeating Loyal (J. Thompson) in the Encourage Handicap at Randwick yesterday. Stepin (N. McGrowdie) was third.

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Newcastle Pool Too Shallow For Country Divers [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949

Newcastle Pool Too Shallow For Country Divers By FORBES CARLILE NEWCASTLE, Saturday.-^ The N.S.W. Swimming Association erred in allowing the country champion- ships to be held at Newcastle. The minimum allowable depth for championship div- ing is 10ft 6in, but the depth was a little over 7ft 6in when the divers practised yesterday. After Winn Clarke, 17, of Tamworth, had injured her arm on the jagged rock bottom, and other divers had complained, it was decided to hold the diving events at Maitland on Sunday. At the starting end the water whs only 2ft 6in deep. This tended to unsettle the taller swim- mers, whose hands touched bot- tom for several strokes. A faulty pump was blamed for the low water level in the pool. It seems strange that country swimmers, the vast majority of whom swim in fresh water, con- ducted their,championships in salt water in a typically city environment. ,Ron Cowley ' (Kempsey) was most impressive when he took the under 15 100 metres title in lm 7 l/.5s. ^ H...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DETAILS OF RACES [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949

DETAILS OF RACES 100 Metres Junior Girls' Frccstvlc Cham plonshlp -Heat 1 A McNeill (Mere wether) 1 V Owen (Port Kembla) 2 Time 1m 21 2s Heat 2 L Robinson (Maitland) 1 G Wynd ellsmore) 2 J Boorman (Newcastle Ladies Premier) 3 Time lm 16 2s Heat J J Gallas han (Cessnock) 1 Time lm 23 2s Heat 4 J Legge (Murwillumbah) 1 J Bailey (Newcastle Ladies Premier) 2 Time lm I5s Heat 5 A Kendall (Murwillumbah), 1 J Waddington (Tamworth) 2 J Murray (Singleton) 3 Time 1 m 16 2s rlnal J Wad dirleton, 1 L Robinson 2 J Legge 3 Time lm li 2s 100 Metres Junior Girls' Brcnslstrnkc Championship -Heat 1 J Legge (Mur willumbah) 1 N Bainbridge (Canberra) 2 J Lockvcr (Cessnock) 3 Time I m 37 5s Heat 2 J Mojle (Kyogle) I M Page (Maitland) 2 J Morriss (New castle Ladles Premier) 3 Time lm 38 * Heat 3 Z Gibson (Tamworth) 1 E Tre\ena (Cessnock) 2 M Howell (Cessnock) 3 Time lm 4^ 6s Fiml 1 legge 1 J, Mojle 2 M Page 3 Time lm 16 5s 10 Metre? (tinder 12 scars) Boys* Free itvlc Championship-Heal 1 K Pars low (Muswel...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Selections Of Other Newspapers "JUDGE" PLENTY HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949

Selections Of Other Newspapers "JUDGE" PLENTY HANDICAP. Charka . 1 Happy Medium . 2 Nasrani . 3 BANYA HANDICAP. Accordion . 1 Young Brownie . 2 Macshaw ..".. 3 PIONEER HANDICAP. L3dy Antonel .t. 1 Atomic Lass . 2 Novam . 3 AUSTRALIA DAY CUP. Antares. 1 Dhutia . 2 Braganza . 3 KALKALLO HANDICAP. Delhi . 1 Damon . 2 Bartolus . 3 A.N.A. HANDICAP. . High Play . 2 Beau John . 3 FOUNDATION inCHWEICHT. Monte Cassino ". 1 Foxacre. 2 Nomolhctis . 3 GUIDE' PLENTY HANDICAP. Happy Medium . Charlea Harcolass . BANYA HANDICAP. Gilt Archer ?.'.. Accordion . Macshaw. PIONEER HANDICAP. Star of the East . Lady Sinclair. Lady Antoncl. AUSTRALIA DAY CUP. Mokan . Antares ......._. Dhutia .:.... KALKALLO HANDICAP. Mark You .". Delhi . Land Boy . A.N.A. HANDICAP. Gay Saint . Prince Curl .-. High Play . FOUNDATION HIGHWEIGHT. Foxacre . Hoyle . 2 Judgment . 3 "GLOBE" PLENTY HANDICAP. Happy Medium . 1 Meta Pani . 2 Wimcrsmoon . 3 BANYA HANDICAP. Gilt Archer .-.. 1 Macshaw .,. 2 Accordion r. 3 PIONEER HANDICA...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MOONEE VALLEY SELECTIONS PLENTY HANDICAP [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949

MOONEE VALLEY SELECTIONS PLENTY HANDICAP Charka . .. 1 Happy Medium .2 Spring Time .3 BANYA HANDICAP Gilt Archer . 1 Accordion. 2 Solique. 3 PIONEER HANDICAP Novam .1 Lady Antonel .2 Atomic Lass . 3 AUSTRALIA DAY CUP Antares ..".... 1 Royal Pageant .2 Dhutia .3 KALKALLO HANDICAP' Damon .1 Baldur .2 Dellii . 3 ^.N.A. HANDICAP Gay Saint .1 High Play .2 Prince Curl .3 FOUNDATION H'WT. Foxacre. 1 Monte Cassino ...... 2 Leonatus.3 Best Bet: Damon; Best Double: Cliarka, Damon. For the Tote: Foxacre.

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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