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CONFETTI NIGHT Mardi Gras Merriment [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949
CONFETTI NIGHT Mardi Gras Merriment Last night was "confetti .night" at the Manly Mardi Gras. Fifty youths dressed as clowns charged through the'streets and showered visitors with the best part of 50,000 packets (1,5621b) of the stuff. , Each packet was 12in long and one and a half inches square. The clowns, most of them uni- versity students, did such a good job that fresh reserves of con- fetti were brought out of storage about 8 p.m. Rival groups waged "confetti battles"; sightseers were' handed packets and invited to join in. This morning about 100 vol- unteers and council men will be- gin cleaning up. The President of the Mardi Gras committee, Mr. W. R. Nicholas, said last'night's crowd was a record. "It was about 100,000," he said.
Goulburn Trots (To be run to-morrow.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949
Goulburn Trots (To be run lo-morrow.) CROOKWELL IMPROVERS' HAN DICAP, »f.-Nigerian Prince, Dual Cross. Sorcery, Macao. Minette, Lady Starwin, Disputed Walla, Len's Walla, Noble Wirra, First Act, Monty Cole. Master Jchn, Magnificent. Furniture, Pronto Robert, Master's Child, scr. RUTHERGLEN STUD HANDICAP, 9f.-Great Nerve, Phil's Globe, Terr's Wirra, Bcstyctte, Little Doolan, Move On, Trelawn, Burden Wilks, Lawn Queen, scr.: Celtic Bob, Sure Rey, Walla byne, Real Lawn, 12, Stand Sure, Skcc Derby, 24 ' S.D. SAPLING STAKES, lm.-lill s Tennessee, Daffodil, Graceful, Harwood, Tony Ayr, Silver Ajr, Bruce Hall (N Z >, Radiant tornad, Trcstwick. Troon Double Ace, On Trust, Missouri Belle (Vic), Dixie's Surprise, Sydney Ajr, DcUyn Jewel, Verna's Lou, Star Prince, High Street. Tony Walla, Hoolcy's Norn, scr. S.D.T.C. HANDICAP, 1 vim.-Stand Sure, Globe Spring, scr.; Robert Don, 36, Gay Lawn, 48. Yellowstone (unhop ), 48, \^ alla Princess. Pals> s Pride. 60, Royal Child, 72 IIFE MEMBERS' H...
Children Go To Library Daily [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949
Children Go To Library Daily About 40 children from Crown Street, Cathedral Street and the waterfront area, spend most of their vacation at the Phillip Park Children's Library. The library is sponsored by the Child Library Movement in N.S.W. The ages of the children vary from two years upward. The library it quiet and cool, with tables and chairs, and shelves lined with 4,000 books. "I hate to think what might have happened to many of the kiddies if they had not had the library to come to in their holi Rosalin Lavezzara, 7, of Forbes Street, East Sydney, looks at a picture book in the librar}'. days," said Miss Grace Penton, the library supervisor. She has been doing child lib- rary work for 15 years. All except two of the boys at the library were carrying toy pistols. One of the boys pointed his pistol at -the "Herald" photo- grapher. "This 'ere gun is full wid bul litts," he drawled. ' v "If you aint gunna take my picher you aint gunna take no ones, get me? I'll muck em all up." '...
SPASTIC CENTRE [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949
SPASTIC CENTRE Sydney's Spastic Centre, Queen Street, Mosman, is four years old to-day. Parents of spastic children launched the project on January 30, 1945. Since then many children have been given an opportunity to overcome their physical disabili- ties. The centre has given hope oí a more happy existence to many children who otherwise would have spent their lives abandoned to what limited resources their homes could provide. Spastic paralysis is caused by a pre-natal brain injury, and the patients experience great difficulty mastering the normal muscular control.
M. VALLEY FIELDS 1.0 Plenty Handicap, 5f [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949
M. VALLEY FIELDS i 1.0 Plenty Handicap, 5f Happy Medium d3) . 8 12 Charka (3) . » * Currency (16) . * 0 Finest Honr (1) . ? . Cay Fillette (11) . S O Colcilern (4) . S . Harcola« (15) . 'I . Lady Koni (14) . 1 . Meta Pani (17) . » . Regulen? (IO) . I O Valsar! (2) . 8 . ¡levdi.r (12) . 7 12 Bold Girl (6) .'. 7 12 Nasrani (19) . 7 12 Spring Time (9) ./. 7 12 , Winter's Moon (1«> . 7 12' Bewitched (7) . 7 » Goulburn Girl (5) . "7 9 Sweet Star (8) . 7 7 1.35 Banya Handicap, 5f Gilt Archer (4) . 9 t Macshaw (10) . t II Accordion (9) . 8 0 Burindi (li) . 8 . Sun Storm (1) . 8 . Sjrian Sun (14) . 8 0 Anthony Boy (7) . 7 12 Freighter 415) . 7 12 Step Aside (2) . 7 12 Willow Lodge (16) . 7 12 Young Brownie (*) . 7 11 Birthday Greetings (12) . 7 9 Malakoff (5) . 7 9 , First Glance (13) .-.. 7 7 Murray Chief (6) .:... 7 7 Snlique (3) . 7 7 2.10 Pioneer Handicap, abt. 6t Nowm (16) . 8 7 Atomic Lass (9). 8 4 Lady Antone! (6) . 8 4 Lady Sinclair (13) . 8 0 Star of the East (3) . 8 . Miss Sali...
Prospects For Moonee Valley Plenty Handicap [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949
Prospects For Moonee Valley Plenty Handicap HAPPY MEDIUM: Decisive winner of the Niddrie Handicip (5f ) at Moonee Valley on Jan 22 Has 61b additional, but reproduction of that form would make her hard to beat CHARKHA Impressed as Jii(,htly pro m ism g filly in winning Moonee Vallcv Juvenile Plate (5f ) on Dec l8 Has inincd on satisfactorily and should make another good showing CURRENCY First start Recent trick effort«; have been attractive Worth foi lowing II ARCO LASS Best form for this was her third to Luck Penny and Gilt \rcher in like event on this course She finished gamel> in fin ii furlong BOLD GIRI Promising despite fail ure at onlv start Showed good speed in special trials at Williamstown this week SPRING TIME At her second start made a bold showing in ßarkoola Hep (5f ) at Moonee \ allev on Dec 28 Probably improved further likely to be fancied WINTFRSMOON Resuming after a Iel up Has shown pace in ill her races Promising type and should show out well on this tr ick Banya...
R.A.A.F. MEN ARRESTED [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949
R.A.A.F. MEN ARRESTED Police arrested two members of the R.A.A.F. last night at Brad- field Park. They charged the men with breaking, entering, and stealing from the R.A.A.F. at Marranga- roo, near Lithgow, last August. Detective Heron, of Lithgow, and Detective Armstrong, of Sydney, have been investigating the alleged theft'of 76,000 rounds | of ammunition from the stores at Marrangaroo. , *D
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949
SCHOOLS RE-OPEN FOR 1949 -« Last Chance to Outfit Students of All Ages From The David Jones' Roundsman Within, the next ten days hundreds of Public and Private schools M ill open their doors for the first time this year. And thousands of boys and girls begin or continue the studies that will launch them into careers as the future men and women of this community. As such, they deserve the outfitting that will give them pride in appearance as well as pride in the school where they hope to achieve academic success. Da>id Jones' Youth Centre, on the 5th Floor of the Elizabeth Street Store, has girls' and bojs' regulation school clothes and accessories for e\ery convent, public and private school in New South Wales. Tor the well-groomed stu- dents there are hats, blazers, uniforms, suits, blouses, shirts, ties m many well-known and reputable makes 'Longfellow" shirts, exclusive to Da\id Jones', are specially cut for tall, slim youths They have particularly long sleeves and the shirt i...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949
Personal Presentations by Hugh Beresford. On Thursday next, _be.tween 11 and 12 and 3 and 4, Mr. Hugh Beresford will personally present his model hat collection. An Exposition of British Fashions from Thursday at David Jones' * Thursday marks the opening on the new 6th Floor of the Elizabeth St. Store of the most compre- hensive Collection of British Fashions ever assembled in Australia. A £150,000 Collection of * ~t traditionally tailored British Suits and Coats from the London Couturier Group and leading Fashion Houses . .. Scotch Knitteds from Pringle, Braemar, Ballantyne, Peter Scott... Model îlats from Aage Thaarup, Otto Lucas, Hugh Beresford . . . Shoes from Turner and Bective -*.»"' and specially selected British accessories. 'A classic LYNDALE suit in " brown, navy or black shepherd check by West End Tailors. cashmere sweater from BALLANTYNE in four exquisite colour combinations, £6/11/9. An individual by RAY- MOND in brown and, parchment checked tweed with new full back. AA...
R.C. Group Moves Under Marx House [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949
U.C. Group Moves Under Marx House NEWCASTLE, Saturday.-The Newcastle administrative staff of Australian Catholic Missions this week ended a long search for pre mises and are very happy about it. Soon they will move in-under Marx House, Hunter Street, New- castle, headquarters of the New- castle branch of the Communist Party. The rooms taken over are on the ground floor, directly under the Communist Party offices. They will be the headquarters not only of the Mission movement in Newcastle, but also of the Catholic Youth Organisations, in- cluding .study groups. Even the most soured Commu- ais, in the party are laughing, le ¿They will be at our very foun- dations," said one.
Cricket Held Up For Fight Among Crowd [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949
Cricket Held Up For Fight Among Crowd ! Á fight provided a diver« sion for the crowd of 18,000 at the Sheffield Shield match, New South Wales v Victoria, at, the Sydney Cricket Ground yesterday. For a brief period play was in- terrupted while batsmen and fieldsmen watched the fight. The fight between a man wear- ing a white shirt and another in a grey shirt started on the con- crete slope in front of the main grandstand. These two, after an argument, moved out from a group of men seated on the crest of the slope and shaped up. People on the "Hill" on the other side of the ground stood up. Tlie first scuffle ended with the man in white on the broad of his back. ' His head appeared to have struck the concrete. But he soon rose and resumed hostilities. Two other men joined in, but policemen anived and escorted the more boisterous offenders from the ground. Later in the afternoon there was a very brief fight between two young men at the western corner of the "Hill."
CRICKO RESULTS [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949
CRICKO RESULTS Modcrnistics 147 (D. Kennedv 55, M. Marshall 27, J. Leves 19; E Galvin 5-39) v John Sands No. 2, i 18 and 32 (J. Paull, 12¡ J. Lencon 3-8! M. Spicer 3-16: J. Leves 4-18). Leichhardt Fernleigh 70 and 57 (D. Graham 28 and 22. M. Belgre 16, N. Hoppit 9-53) d. Banksia Rojal 72 and 39 (D. Stc\ens 19, N. Cox 10, bowling 9-40, M. Muir 5-25). Rosetlas 49 and 21 &lt;S. Everlngham. 36; M. Stone 7-36) beat Dominoes 29 and 21 (M. Stone 14: J. Foster 9-27). i Rosenberg 37 and 30 (J. Prince 27, M. Hamlin not out), v Selby 29 and 36 (B. Wagstaff 12, M. Warner 13; J. Ford 8-17).
SOUTH AFRICAN TOUR DOUBTS [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949
SOUTH AFRICAN TOUR DOUBTS From Frank Tierney ADELAIDE, Saturday.-The proposed tour of South Africa by an Australian men's tennis team this year may be cancelled. This means that a visit I to Australia next season by Eric Sturgess, South African Davis Cup player, is un- likely. The Lawn Tennis Association of Australia wants Sturgess to come here, but the question of his visit is involved in difficulties which the L.T.A.A. has itself created. The association wants to send one team to South Africa and another in quest of the Davis Cup. It knows South Africa will not accept a team which does not contain "name" players. In" the hope of getting class into the team for South Africa, the association has asked Adrian Quist to make the trip. Quist is not available, it is understood. This places the L.T.A.A. in the position of trying to convince the South African Association that a team without Bromwich, Sidwell, Brown, Scdgman, and Quist could succeed.
DORIS HART HOPES TO RETURN [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949
DORIS HART HOPES TO RETURN Miss, Doris Hart, of America, ranked third-best woman tennis player in the world, hopes to return to Australia. She may bring another U.S. woman player with her. / Miss Hart said this in Adelaide yesterday after winning the Aus- tralian singles title from Mrs. Nancye Bolton, who ranked last year as the world's No. 4. Sir Norman Brookes, Lawn Tennis Association of Australia president, crowned Miss Hart "Queen of Australian Tennis" by placing the silver trophy on her head. He said: "We hope you will come next year." Miss Hart replied: "I say with sincerity to the Australian people that I want to come back to Aus- tralia. I hope to bring another player with me." Miss Hart is the second U.S. woman player to win the Austra- lian women's singles title. Miss Dorothy Bundy won it in 1938. During her visit here, Miss Hart has also won the New South Wales, Victorian, and South Aus- tralian singles championships.
Junee's 134 Against City [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949
Jimee's 134 Against City JUNEE, Saturday -Junee made 134 in its match against a N S W C A XI to-day The local side was dismissed before lunch, J Harris top scor- ing with 40 Scores - JUNEE-First Innings C Murphy c Jones b Cohen 7 r Riy c Ilnsgs b Emery 16 B Rcivdon b Kershaw 17 1 Boylon c See b Kershaw 8 J Harris c Johnston, b M îdden 40 P Smith lbw b Madden 1 J Armstronc run out 1 J Wrifcht no 16 L Sweeney b Hill 5 R Hacan b Mad den 1 Total 134 Bowling Jones 0 12 Cohen 1 12 Emers. 1 39 Madden 2 48, Hill, 2 24, Kershaw, 3 10
MELBOURNE FIRST GRADE GAMES [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949
MELBOURNE FIRST GRADE GAMES MELBOURNE, Saturday. First grade district cricket matches in Melbourne to-day re- sulted: Collingwood, 234 (Smith 87, Adams 61), beat Essendon, 149 and 2-162. Fitzroy, 7-293 (Zimmer 59, M. Harvey 54, C. Harvey 44), beat Prahran, 152. Carlton, 140 (Numa 55) and 4-70, beat Hawthorn-East Mel- bourne, 131 and 5-139, declared. Melbourne, 301 (George Mciklc 115), beat North Mel- bourne, 254. Richmond, 7-255, declared, beat South Melbourne, 206. St. Kilda, 8-305, declared, and 4-96, beat University, 104. Footscray, 275, beat North- cote, 270 (Keith Jeffries 105).
Englishwomen Fail In Second Test [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949
Englishwomen Fail In Second Test MELBOURNE, Saturday.-England was all out for 118 early this afternoon in the second Test match against the Australian women cricketers. Betty Wilson, heroine of the first Test, started the rot by taking four quick wickets before lunch. In one spell she had four wickets for two runs from seven overs. After lunch, Una Paisley took three wickets for one run in a spell of five overs. Joyce Christ (N.S.W.) took three brilliant catches at silly mid-off. At stumps Australia was in a strong position, with two second innings wickets down for 106. Betty Wilson was 51 not out and Molly Dive 45 not out. Scores: ENGLAND. First Innings. M. MACLAGAN, st Larter. b Wilson . 3S M. HIDE, c Flaherty, b Wilson 12 G. WILKINSON, c Christ, b Wilson . 0 B. SNOWBALL, c Christ, b W11. son . 0 M. DUGGAN, c Christ, b Paisley . 4 H. SANDERS, c and b Talsley 0 M. LOWE, c Craddock, b Pais- ley . a C. ROBINSON, st Larter, b Hudson .".. 41 M. JOHNSON, c Wilson, b Hud- son . 11 M. WOO...