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Criticism Of Rider [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

Criticism Of Rider The stewards criti- cised Ray Selkrig for "taking things easy" in the straight on Benvaar in the Buxton Handicap at Randwick yesterday: The stewards told Selkrig he had not. ridden with his usual vigour. Selkrig said if he had hit his mount with the whip he would have fin- ished second, but perhaps would have troubled the winner. The stewards reminded him that in a race of six starters, backers of the second horse would have re- ceived a place dividend. The inquiry will be con- tinued at the A'J.C. office to-morrow at 11 a.m.

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Fascinating Story Of Bad Luck [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

Fascinating Story Of Bad Luck MELBOURNE, Sat- , urday.-Chairman of the AJ.C, Mr. A. G. Potter, could - have been the . owner of Fascinating, probably the fastest colt in Aus- tralia, with an ounce of luck. Frank Dalton, who watched Fascinating wiri the Second Gwyn Nursery at Caulfield, said to-day that he had been commissioned to buy a Valognes colt for. Mr. Potter at the last yearling sales in Sydney. He narrowed his choice down to a youngster from My Gene, and Fascinating, by Valognes from Magnificent Lady. "I^bid lj850 guineas for the My Gene colt and got him," said . Dalton. "When the Magnifi- cent Lady colt came up John Inglis, of the firm of William Inglis and Sons, begged me to buy him, too, but I al- ready had my stable full. Never In Doubt 'The colt, who is ! now Fascinating, went for 1,050 guineas, but had I not bought the' My Gene colt I would have gone to the lot for him." The result was never in doubt- as. William- son bounced' him out nicely and,, after going half a "f...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Cook Hooted On Count Roussel [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

Cook Booted OMI Couttt Jockey W. Cook was hooted by punters when he returned to scale after fail- ing on odds-on favourite Count Roussel in the W. R. Buxton Handicap at Randwick yesterday., . Starting at 7-4 on, Count Roussel was beaten into second place by two lengths by Palisade with Benvaar a head away in third place. The hooting for Cook be- gan as soon as he entered the enclosure on Count Roussel, and did not cease until he bad dismounted. ? Backers were critical of the manner in which Cook had ridden Count Roussel to the front on the turn into the Straight. "Count Roussel, who opened 'àt 6-4 ori and started at 7-4 on, would have landed bets which included £1,600 to £2,000 (H. Austin), and £1,000 to £1,500 (K. Ranger):. However, little fault could be found with Cook's riding, as he was forced by the slackening pace to take' -Count Roussel to the .front when he did. Patient: Race Palisade's rider, A. Ward, rode a patient Tace on him. He was beaten for pace early and at the six f...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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EXPORTS RECOVER Quantities Exported In Years To June 30 [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

EXPORTS RECOVER Quantities Exported In Years To June 30 million lbs 197 23 BEEF 293 96 LAMB /&. 159 25 WOOl I Greasy 855 825 WHEAT! mil. bushels 94 62 SUGAR a mill, cwt 8-6 3-4 LEAD 4-3 2-1 ZINC 0-6 0-6

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FINANCIAL REVIEW Improving Export Picture By THE FINANCIAL EDITOR [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

1 > FINANCIAL REVIEW^] Improving Export Picture By THE FINANCIAL EDITOR Remembering last year's magnificent wool season, which pulled Australia out of a pronounced stocks-recession in very quick lime, it was almost startling lo learn last week that the wool cheque for ihe first three months of the current season is 25 per cent higher again than the corresponding period of 1952. MORE welcome still are the indications that this is not a boom, much due to'increased out- put as to the vagaries of wool prices. The number of bales sold in the three months to September 30 was 10 per cent, higher than in the earlier period. Climatic conditions have made for good shearing, but there were also moré sheep to bc shorn in the early summer of Queensland where the cut per head was heavier, as well as in New South Wales. . This quantitative improve- ment is not really sudden. A study of the 1952-53 ex- port returns' shows that the higher receipts from wool were caused more by in- creased quantit...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

"The House of Music for 100 Years presents . grand new VICTOR Artist Centenary Model ,. . a superb new upright grand in satin-finish walnut Comparable only to a grand, this brilliant new piano emphasizes deep, rich bass tones ... a full singing middle register , . . and a true, clear, sparkling treble; its fresh, interesting beauty is modern, yet friendly. Ideal for larger room or country home, the Centenary Victor will also make an immediate appeal to those who require a full-volumed instrument for concert hall or schooL Enquire about Palings own easy terms ... no ."outside" finance house connection. Write for free booklet showing full ringe of Paling's fine pianos and Inter* estlng hints about your child's musical education. palings 338 George St., Sydney Just across from Wynyard LISMORE ORANGE NEWCASTLE WOLLONGONG BANKSTOWN

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Enter, The 45s RECORDS [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

THE MOST significant development in the Australian record industry for more than two years can bc expected this week, when the A.R.C. group will begin issuing 7-inch microgroove records, for use at 45 revolutions a minute. ZITHER manufacturers j ^ are certain to follow suit within a few months, and imports from Europe should also be released soon. If a loud buzzing noise is heard through the city next Thursday, that will be the record industry, for the A.R.C. move is equivalent to poking a busy hive. lt bas, of course, been foreseen-in this column the prospect has been mentioned many times. Step by step, Australia has followed America's "battle of the speeds." Henceforth, as in America, there will be three distinct types of re- cords competing for popular favour: 78 r.p.m. "standard" types, playing from three minutes to eight minutes; 33i r.p.m. microgroove types, playing from nine minutes to 27 minutes; and 45 r.p.m. types, playing from four minutes to seven min- utes. HOW it will ...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

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Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
C Series Rises Once More [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

C Series Rises Once More Sir Arthur Fadden nm bc one of (he few peopl who will find (lie late risc in (he "C" series subject for congratula (ions. It is rallier unnerving even if the 3/ wage rise ii not passed on to most indus tries. Despite the action of th Queensland industrial Couti, it is probable that most workers would be prepared voluntarily to forgo this n's« for the sake of genuine stability. The Arbilrnlion Court's promptness in announcing a freeze of thc quarterly ad- justments within its jurisdic- tion in thc recent case is now seen to have had point. Until its full judgment appears, however, the Court's view might be inter- preted as being thal the need for a reduction of costs in Australia is not urgent al- j though the need to check a further rise is so. That give! a queer sacredness and w of pseudo-precision to the present wage.

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RANDWICK; FINISH AND HALF-MILE [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

WONDER LADY was first to show out, but passing the half-mile was joined in the lead by FAIR DAUGHTER. At this stage CHTNCHANTA was in third place, followed by HATHOR and MIDDLEBROOK. Wonder Lady had again raced clear at the straight entrance, where Fair Daughter was second, followed by Middlebrook and Hathor. Wonder Lady appeared to hold a winning lead at the one-furlong, but she tired badly from that point and was passed in the last stride or two by Hathor and Fair Daughter. Hathor won bv a short half-head from Fair Daughter, who beat Wonder Lady by a short head for second place. HIGH JOY finished fourth. After CRIOLLO had shown out in front, BAUDELAIRE raced through on the inside to challenge him for the lead about the half-mile, where FARQUHAR was third, followed by - a line of horses. Criollo led into the straight from Baudelaire, with Farquhar continuing to hold third place, and FINISTERRE fourth. Criollo knocked up in the straight, and Bau delaire, after racing past him, held,...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Some Hints About Investments BY THE FINANCIAL EDITOR [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

Some Hints About Investments J' ; BY THE FINANCIAL EDITOR "ÏJIGHTS WEEK" begins al 10 o'clock - to-morrow morning, when the Bank of New South Wales will come into the rights market after an absence of 31 years -au investment generation. On Tuesday morning British Tobacco will begin to vie with the "Wales" for investors' favour. Between them, the two companies are to take £9 million from the public We shalt have to wait another fortnight for the third big issue, that of Australian Guarantee Cor- poration, because that company's shareholders must first authorise an in- crease in the nominal capital. ON Friday night, "Wales" shares were priced at £40/15/. That gave the rights a theoretical value of £8/5/, allowing for the dividend différence. Including a payment of I £27/10/ to the company, total cost of a share would be .£35/15/, offering a yield a shade better than 5 per cent. That is an excellent pro- position from our leading bank stock, a company jealous enough of its prestige to ...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Programmes And people [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

A POPULAR "mixed concert will be held a the Conservatorium on Octo ber 31. The performers xvii be igor Hmcinitzky (pian ist). Michael Bialogusk (violinist), James Harri! (baritone), Beryl Hardie (soprano), Ronald Dowd (tenor). Gus Mercie (accor- dionist) and Tessa Schell (contralto). THE Lindfield A Capella Choir will present a programme of unaccompan- ied choral music in the Great Hall of Sydney Uni- versity on October 27. The conductor will be Fritz Rice, and thc recital will bc spon- sored by the Society for Early Music. METROPOLITAN Theatre will present a comedy by Australian play- wright Frank Harvey, "The Poltergeist", from next Thursday. Alexander Arch- dale xviii produce it, as well as acting in it. Others in the cast will bc Robert Cub bage and Yvonne Louis. THE "out of town try- out" custom seems to be on the way in here. Wil- liamsons are currently giv- ing their latest comedy. "Re- luctant Heroes", an initial fortnight's run in Newcastle before taking it 'o Mel- bourne. ...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BEETHOVEN WORK FOUND From Our London Office [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

BEETHOVEN WORK FOUND From Our London Office A SWISS composer, Willy Hess, has tracked down some music by Beethoven which had been "lost" in the British Museum for years. Part of the manuscript at least is in Beethoven's hand- writing and signed by him. Experts say it is an early work, written somewhere about 1790 (Beethoven was born in 1770). It is a work for piano, ñute, and bassoon, with ac- companiment by two oboes and strings. A book published in Leip- zig in 1870 mentioned the composition, and another book issued in 1925 said a "fragment" was among the British Museum's manuscript collection. Hess suggested the director of the Vienna archives, who was collecting copies of Beethoven's works should go to London to ask for photo- graphic reproductions. The museum gave-him "a laconic refusal." An American music his- torian. Donald W. Macardie, working in London, arranged for copies to be sent to Hess. Beethoven had only sketched out parts of the work. In completing the piece, Hess m...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

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Stud angle Another Winner [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

?.. Winne*! Mr. A. Bassets ch c Inijafl Empire, 2y, Dhoti (¡¿Sj -Loseille (Fr.), M. jyjgj Carien. . ! ÍT ,wäs not . until came on. the scene lbj wealthy, Sydney ownS Mr. Adolf Basser, bega$ to get back some of ijjí fortune he, had spent « his efforts to buy a goof racehorse. f . -is Delta has passed info retirji ment, having more th¿ recouped Mr. Basser ai having apparently opeoejj the gateway to continued success. Mr. Basser's run of Iud* continued when at Rani; wick yesterday weelc In - dian Empire won the Caji onbury Stakes (5f) froo the favourite, Mazooka. ¿ Owner and trainer, Mauris' . McCarfen, were of (j single mind when they, saw the colt paraded ¡ti the Wright Stephen^ safes at Newmarket, Mtti .bourne, last March. ?] They decided to buy him j? ready-made racehorse, ¿ul they did not get him uni] Mr. Basser had bid 4,000 guineas. i Without question one of tit* most handsome colts lo1; enter training at Randwit* for years, Indian Empire gave early evidence of ha quality. When ...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

ïhis Spring -.. more fabrics, features, patterns than ever [cûvco) This Spring, Pace-, Setter's patterns are news¿-the new longer, narrower look is news too! Slightly longer coat, longer, narrower lapels, straight shoulders and tapering sleeves ? blend to make short men look taller,-stout men look slimmer^-ond every man look his best I From 16 guinea$ . v . at. leading men's stores it THE N£W LONGER LOOK 15 THE LOOK TOR SFRINGt P.S. PACESETTERS TROUSERS ARE ELASTA STRÂPS MPS.S.U

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Wade's Corral Ride Is A Luck Break [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

A chance conversation and a lucky last-minute engagement presented Newcastle jockey Bill Wade with his first winner at Randwick yesterday. Iny ä masterly exhibi- tion y of riding, Wade won the "Chatoona" Novice Handicap on the 9-L chance Corral, after. Corral had lugged out and almost thrown the race away in the last furlong. ?Corral beat the favourite Cedrela. (9-4), by a long head with Red Cedar (16-1) a length away third. Wade is one of the lead-, ing jockeys at Newcastle and-provincial tracks, but rarely rides in the metro- politan area. . He was engaged .yester day for only Prince O'Scots in the last race when he spoke to Rosehill trainer M. F. Anderson early in the day. ' - When E. Doon, whom Anderson had engaged for Corral was injured, Anderson called for Wade and offered him the ride. Wade had ? Corral ' well placed throughout and, when he challenged .the leader Red: Cedar " at the 'furlong, Corral looked set for' a good win. But Corral began to lug out. Wade had to ;stop ri...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Swrapped In Midair [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

Wrapped In JMiduir' From OUR STAFF CORRESPONDENT 'T'-jDNDON\ Saturday,.-^Steeplechase jockey. Mick Mor rissey did not "swap horses in midstream" at a i. Yorkshire-meeting-on Thursday--he swapped in midair. Morrissy started in the race riding the 20-1 runner Knottier. When the favourite, Royal Student, fell after five fences, Knottier,- who was fpllow ing, crashed into him. Morrissey was thrown high into the air and came down oh the back of Royal Student,'who was just scrambling to his feet. * The. jockey managed to stay on Royal Student, who did not finish... the course.

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

ANTI-T.B. GLORY CHEST LOTTERY HURRY! Don t miss this golden oppor- tunity. Your lucky last chance to win two beautiful homes and a car. YOUR TICKET COULD WIN IT! 2nd PRIZE Partly Furnished Home £5,100 3rd PRIZE Ford Piefocl oluod ot £660. ¡YES! Glory Chest Lottery closes on October 26th. You can't afford to miss this lucky last opportunity. Don't delay! Mail this coupon immediately. PONT PSLA Y POST COUPON NOW GLORY CHEST LOTTERY Ho. 2 169 Albion Street, Surry Hills (NOTE new address) Please send me.tickets. Postal noto/chequc/ drnft/ money order for £.enclosed. PLUS two stamped and addressed envelopes for return of tickets and result slip. NAME. ADDRESS. SH

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