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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 9 November 1941
A GOOD BAG was recorded when two of our soldiers went shooting recently. This picture, taken at Lost Lagoon, 40 miles from Darwin, shows the sports men with 20 Magpie geese and some small Pigmy geese, which are tasty eating, From left:--Messrs. C. and D. Cronin. Sprs. P. bancer and S. Manning, of the R.A.E., .Larrakeyah (Army News will publish interesting pictures of local happenings. If you have any photo worth using, send it along.) c--~- ____
ARMY ATHLETIC CONTEST Four Teams Tussle [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 9 November 1941
ARMY ATHLETIC CONTEST Four Teams Tussle So successful was the four-sided athletic contest, held at the Oval on Wednesday,.. that from it has come .a suggestioni that an Army v R.A.A.F. Carnival should be or ganised. Such an event would excite a good 'deal of local interest and should provide some fast times. 'Teamls competing on W'ednesday 'were Naval Headquarters, Naval "W," Oval atid East Point Heavy. Lieut. Lewis, from the Oval, al though handicapped with a sore heel, was:: a popular competitor amongst the. rival 'teams, putting the Oval in a. good position by winning the first two events,.the ioo Yards Sprint and the Broad Junmp, later followed by hagging the 220 Yards and a third in :the Ho-l, Step and Jump. "Kanga" 'McClellant, from the (-) Heavy,.stands out as a brilliant jiunper" aiid .could he' a champ., should "he- take it into his heIid to do a steady hit* of training, as he romped l.hotle in the Hop, Step and Jump event with an excellent 41ft. Ii11 . -- ' :In the followi...
FAST SOCCER A.A.S.C. v. Navy [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 9 November 1941
FAST SOCCER. A.A.S.C. v. Navy. : Playing ,up to the foi'm they dis played nr a trial match during the week, A.A.S.C. teami vere able to defeat- the Navy 'threec'to nil. Two minutes )before: play: was. timed to start, -rain fell - anid.L this made the ground very heavy and sticky. "'l1ue," Cowcy, the A.A.S.C. captain, won the toss and decided to face the sun, but had a slight breeze with him to counter this. From the kick-off the A.A.S.C. forward line soon gathered thie ball, and with Jackson playing left wing, and Covwey inside left it was soon evident that Navy. would have great trouble in holding these two :players. The first score came . mid-way through the first half. The ball went out, and Bell (A.A.S.C. left half), threw into Cower! who back-kicked to Jackson. Jackson received the ball and raced down the wing, turned and shot in a beautiful centre to Malloy. The A.A.S.C. centre forward made no mistake and booted the ball hard into the net, td--score the first goal of the match...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 9 November 1941
Any Employer rrttDS YOU if you are AN I. C. S. TRAINED. MAN! I.C.S, 140 ELIZABETH STREET, ICe'ek9 SYDNEY. Sirs,-Please send free prospectus showing how i can succeed in the occupation I have marked X Accountancy-Secretarial (all Inst. Ex.) Bookkeeping-General. Store, Station. Ealecmanship--Gen., Speciality, Retail. Psychology and Personality in Business. Advertising--Retail, Mail-Ord., Agency. Window Disp.-Show Card, Shop Tckts. Illustrating-Newspaper, Fash., Poster. Free Lance Jour'ism-Short Story Writ. Matriculation-Leaving-Inter.-Pub. Serv. Gen. Education-Bus. and Sales Letters. Police Entr. Exam.. Nur'es Entr. Exam. Architecture-Structural Concrete. Building Contracting-Air Conditioning. Draftsmanship (Mech. & all branches). Motor Eng.-Mtr. Mech,, Mtr. Exams. Diesel Enq.-lllumtn. Engr., Weld. Eng. Internal Comb. and Steam Drivers' Exe. Radio Eng.-Radto Serv., Radio Exms, Aero Eng.-Gd. Eng., Licenses Riqqing. Elec. Eng.-Elec. Cant. & Meces' Exms. Civil Enq.-. Shir...
GOOD BOOKS "Chaffinch's"—H. W. Freeman. [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 9 November 1941
GOOD BOOKS "Chaffinch's"--H. 'W. Freeman. Mr. Freeman tells the story of a man whol' accumiulated enough money to buy a '20-acre farm in Eng land in the 'nineties,. The description of the circunistan'ces which led up to Joss "Elvin's. triumrphant invest nent give the .reader a vivid and in teresting picture of rural England and 'of the East End of London dur ing the twenty years .which preceded the Great War. . - 'Gay Blue Wagoh"--Clamp Against, a background of 'wild country, and harassed by unfriendly Zul.us, a small Somtiiunity trek miles and mile? across ;Africa to a "Prom ised Land." Of: their trials. and. tribu lations, joys and :sorrows, the author wvrites convincinglyi, Books mentioned are' available at the Darwin Public Library, where member ship is free to men of the Services.
HOCKEY [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 9 November 1941
HOCKEY On Saturday, Novembecr i, a fast and greatly improved game was wit nessed between the Oval and (-) Engineers, and although the game ended in the 5-nil victory for the Oval, the sticks flew, and the game showed many signs of improvement on the earlier practices. .From the first "bully off" tihe game was fast and furious and Oval de clared it the best yet. Bdr. R. D. S. Brown scored two of the Oval's five goals, Pattcrson and Vcin (Fanny Iay), scored the other two. On Wednesday at 15oo hours Oval will meet E.S.13. at l.arrakeyaih.
FANNY BAY [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 9 November 1941
FANNY BAY From the South, like three prodi gal sons, came "The Gunner," "Douvre," and "W\ilbur." In their own words: "\Ve are mighty glad to be hack." We wonder why? 'Ferfies" have it that the Gunner amazed Sydneyires with his "Troppo" demonstration on Central Station. There's no doubt about Jimmy Henderson's fan mail. Mail night after mail nighi he gets at least. twelve letters, and he challenges any- . one to a letter duel. The Lover. of Lovers, "Poppa" Miller, is eying off Jimmy as a pros pective client for his business.
LARGE MUSHROOM [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 9 November 1941
LARGE MUSHROOM Adelaide, Thursday.-One of the biggest mushrooms ever found in South Australia was picked up by Cpl, H, F. George at the .Woodside camp last .night. It measures 15 in. across, and is between 4 and 5 in. thick, lias ,in.8 in. stem, and evcighs about. 4 .lb.
7,500 USE S.P.F. [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 9 November 1941
7,500 USE ,S.P.F. Adelaide, Friday;---More than 7500 members of the three fighting scr. vices had so far used the S.P.F. Hostel, at the rear of the Cheer Up Hut,- since its opening on ,ýAugust 2, said the chairman of..thc. Hostel AppcalTuiid (Mr. Dudley Mathew ) yesterday.
DOCK STRIKE ENDS [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 9 November 1941
DOCK STRIKE ENDS Sydney, Friday.--The strike of 600 coppersmiths, turners, and fitters, at the Cockatoo-Dock will end to-day. The men--members of the Amal ganmated Engineering Society of En gineers-struck 6n Tuesday because they claimed they shotild do work being done by members of' the Plutmbers' Union. The meri decided to return to work at a mass meeting last night.
THEFT FROM ARMY [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 9 November 1941
THEFT FROI. ARMY Melbourne, Thursday. -,Stocktak ing in July 'at the Central Ordnance Stores, South Melbourne, which were opened in January, disclosed that 508 flannel singlets, 3357" c6tton singlets, 1190 woollen underpants; 262 woollen singlets, and 1319 short underpants were missing, Lieut. Sanluel Hendy, told the South Melbourne Court to day.
MEMBER SUSPENDED [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 9 November 1941
MEMBER SUSPENDED 'Brisbane, [.Thursday.--Although he protested that Hansard notes of his remarks were ,not a true record for refereiec, arid saidl head "nothing to withdraw, Mr. 'Duncan McDonald (Country Nationalist) was named and suspended for a forinight front State Parliament."
S.A. MEN'S WIN [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 9 November 1941
S.A. MEN'S WIN Broken Hill, Thursday.-Two em ployees of Far Northern stations in South Australia will share first prize of £24,ooo in an inter-state consulta tion as a result of Skipton's win in the Melbourne Cup. ,They are Mr. A. Russell, a young book-keeper at Cordillo Downs station, and Mr. F. James, a middle-aged stockman of Clifton Hills station.
GOODWOOD (PERTH) RESULTS [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 9 November 1941
GOODWOOD'.. (PERTH) .RESULTS BREEDERS' HANDICAP (6 furs.). Agrion's Song,' 7.0 (Thompson)' 1: Sofine, 7.1 (Schevies) 2, Cheriton, 8.12. (Wright)' 3. Tote dividends for 5/-: Win, £4/3/-; Place, . £1/3/-, £1/12/-, 7/-. IBetting: 16/1, 15/1, 3/1. GOODWOOD ;HAN.DICAP (1¼1 mile). Jolly Imp, 7.0 (Kenworthy) 1, ,FirSt, Wave, 7.3 (Smith) 2, Stockyard, 7.10 S(Turnbull) 3. Tote: Win, 1i/-;- Place, £3/10/-, 8/-. "Betting: 9/4, 5/2, 4/1... TRIAL STAKES (6. furs;).-Roselian, 7.12 (Saxby.) 1, C.opperhead, 7.13 (Tulloh). 2, Luncheon,' 7.2 '(Brown) *3: Tote: Win, £1/9/-:.;Place, 9/-, .9/-, £1/4/-.,, Betting: 4/1, 6/1, 15/1. RIVERVATlE'PURSE lst' Div,.(7 furs.). Tropics, 7.9 (Fry) 1, Prince Sardis, 7.11 (Thompson) 2, Kerlion, 7,10 (Brown) '3. Tote: Win,,. £19/15/-; Place, £4/5/-, £1/12/-, ,15/-.. Betting: 20/1, 20/1, 8/1. WELTER HANDICAP (7 furs.).-Madam Murrhy, 7.13 (Aslan) 1, Royal Standard, 8.3 (Wright) 2, Steel Gem, 7.9 (Marshall) 3. Tote: Win, 17/-; Place, 5/-, 15/-, 8/-. Betting: 5/2, 9/2, 7/1...
RACING RESULTS FLEMINGTON [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 9 November 1941
RACING ' RESULTS CFLEMINGTON TOTE (5/-) RACE PLACED HORSES, RIDERS S.P. WIN: PLACE C s. d. £ s. d. BATMAN STAKES HIGH ROAD, 9.0 (Breasley) 6/4 14 6 8 0 Art Union, 8.7 (Cook) 12/1 - 13 6 (1 mile) Reg, 8.7'(Hartney) 33/1 - 1 8 6 FLEMINGTON LEAHERO, 7.12 (Preston) 15/1 6 17 6 1 12 6 STAKES Portsmouth, 7.12 (Balley) 20/1 - 17 6 (5 fur.) Register, 7.12 (Ralph) 33/1 - 1 13 6 C. B; FISHER .HIGH CASTE, 9.4 (Bartle) 7/2 1 2 6 - PLATE Beau- Vite. '.4 (Munro) 3/1 on - - (1 miles) Trahnquil Star, 8.9 (Breasley) 8/1 - - V.R.C. HANDICAP )"MAIKAI, 9.4 (Mornement) 4/1 1 4 6 9 6 (. , miles) ' Yours Truly, 8.4:(Thompson) 7/1 - 12 6 (1:4 miles) Saul, 8.5. (Reed) 7/1 - 15 0 J. A. MACLEOD WINTERSET, 12.7" (Meenan) 5/4 12 0 . 6 6 STEEPLECHASE Campaspe, 9.9 (Doupless) 7/2 - 8 6 (About 244 miles) 1:My Blarney (Rohlofl) 8/1 - 11 0 OTTAWA . . EAST END, 8.7 : (Badger) 6/4 14 0 7 0 STAKES . Philander, 8.7 (Bone) 7/2 - 8 6 (5 fur.) Refractive, 8.7 ("Mornement) 20/1 - 1 13 0 FINAL "CARPENTIER, 9.0 (Badger) 7/1 1...