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SPOTLIGHT ON WORLD AFFAIRS Tribunal's Report Disturbed Labour Leaders Roused The Opposition [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949
SPOTLIGHT ON WOULD AFFAIRS Tribunal's Report Disturbed Labour Leaders Roused The Opposition \ The Lynskey Tribunal last iceek delivered its long-aivaited report. . The Tribunal found that Mr. John Belcher, a former Parliamentary Secretary to the Board of Trade, had been bribed with gifts. It also found that Mr. George Gibson, a well-known Labour man and à former Bank of England director, had granted certain favours in the hope of material advantage to himself. Both have now resigned their posts, but the full weight of the Tribunal's findings has not yet been felt. rriHE British ?*? faced with tion next year, gravest concern Labour Party, a general elec is feeling the over the Lyn skey tribunal's report. This week the House of Com- mons will debate the report, and everyone expects the Opposition to seize the opportunity to launch a slashing attack on the whole system of Government controls and Government policy which many believe were to blame for many of the sordid happenings which ...
CAULFIELD S.P., TOTE [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949
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RANDWICK BETTING AND TOTE [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949
I lilMPll Uh ttETTiXG AMD TOTE fl ~~~ ~ D1VS. (FOR 5/). RACE. PLACED HORSES. RIDERS. S.P. Win. Place. _& s d £ t, d SLEDMERE BANDI- JOY COURT F. Williams 4/Ï 13 9 0 8 0 CAP (2-j ear-old Fillies). Film E. Doon 7/1 - 0 11- 9 Started 12.47._Lonely_ J. Lordan_ 3/1_0 8 9 PADDINGTON HAN- FARAWAY J. Tliorhpson 7/2 14 0 0 8 6 DICAP. First Division. Sunnrdo A. Ward 33/1 2 11 9 Started 1.36._Newborough_W. Briscoe_16/1_12 9 SUNNYSIDE HANDI- CRAG SON G. Moora 6/4 0 14 0 0 6 9 GAP (C. and G.). ' Corosan W. Cook 10/1 0 14 9 Started VU__Acquittal_G. Podmore_10/1_10 3 ENCOURAGE SILVER BUZZ N. Sellwood 7/2 1 3 > 6 0 7 3 HANDICAP. ? Loyal J. Thompson 9/4 0 6 3 Started 2.34._Step In_* N. McGrowdie 100/1_4 15 3 CHALLENGE SAN DOMENICO A. Ward 5/1 1 12 0 0 13 9 STAKES. Mine Host G. Moore J1/2 0 14 6 Started 3.10._Count Cosmo_N. McGrowdie 25/1_1 12 0 VALICARE LAUGHTER F. Hickey 50/1 7 3 6 10 9 HANDICAP. Lady In Grey N. McGrowdie 66/1 19 9 Started 3.4L_Frcstona_R. Sclkrig_33/J_0 15 6 JANUARY TRA...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949
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UNPAID FARES Annual Loss £300,000 Staff Correspondent [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949
UNPAID FARES Annual Loss £300,000 Staff Correspondent Tram passengers -who fail to pay their fares will cost the Department of Road Transport at least £300,000 this year. "Scaling" remains one of the Department's greatest problems in making the tramway system pay. In the main Sydney city area it continues throughout the day. In the outer suburbs it is confined to peak periods. It is difficult to check, because of . Overcrowded trams. . Obsolete .rolling stock. . Slow collection of fates. ' . Exits on offside of cars. FARE REFUSED I saw proof of this when I moved round Sydney in trams last week. One lost fare on each tram trip represents x about £328,000 a year. But in peak hours I saw con- ductors miss up to three fares in two rear compartments. Had they pushed through the crowd to insist on collection, the tram would Have been delayed, or other fares would have been missed elsewhere in the car. Some conductors ignore people who tender fares on alighting. A woman with two children a...
Picture Studies At Home And Abroad [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949
Picture Studies At Hame ^And Abroad SJ^^-« ?¿ , Solomon Islander crew members of the auxiliary ketch Miena ^"M.j^ . join in a native song during time off from preparing for the return trip to the Solomons. The Miena leaves on Tuesday with a cargo of Government stores and oil. She arrived in Sydney in December. ?«__?_. President Truman and Vice-Prcsident Barkley at the head of the * *?*.?"*' . Presidential inaugural parade in Washington on January 20. m7"Ä__^§. . Terry Hammond, 2t, skipper and navigator M 4111111. of (he 28ft New Zealand sloop Ghost, hasi made six Tasman crossings in the last three years. He is a third-year medical student. tj. "^-_ ,,m Princess Alice of Battcnburg, mother of Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, S1.SIC1. . has donned the habit of a sister in the Greek Orthodox Church. She is shown here with high Greek Orthodox Priests at Tcnos Island in the Aegean. i^^^^íiS^4Í¿^tí1í^»A^.Í:^í-Í^^A^sv.^w>.^¥^^S^Íí.*>... *&lt;í.*tí*ÍW«*u)«Si««fl^Tw.~.-.^~ . *...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949
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Huge Domain Crowd Likely [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949
Huge Domain Crowd Likely Special trains and buses will take about 100,000 Roman Catholics to the Sydney Domain to-day. , They will meet to protest against the arrest and imprison- ment of the Hungarian Primate, Cardinal Mindszcnty. Asked if any special security measures had been taken to guard speakers from unruly elements, a Church spokesman said: "t don't think so. There will be 100;000 Catholics there. "1 daresay they will move if necessary." . A counter-demonstration to the Roman Catholics' will be staged by militant Protestant associa- tions.
STRIKE IS WOMAN'S BLACK-OUT REMEDY [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949
STRIKE IS WOMAN'S BLACK-OUT REMEDY A Bondi housewife said yester- day a general strike would end the power cuts. She is Mrs. C. N. Cottrell, of 51 Beach Road, Bondi. She said: "If they docked the workers' pay for loss of working time caused by the power cuts, the unions would step in and call a strike. "I'll bet that 'would end the power cuts fast." Of the way power cuts affect her home, Mrs. Cottrell said: "They switch it off almost every morning before 8; right in the middle of breakfast and the news session on the wireless. It's terrible. "Sometimes it's off all day. "The food goes bad in the refrigerator, and I can't do any ironing."
Two Experts Say We Are Too Scared Of Sharks [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949
Two Experts Say We Are Too Scared Of Sharks Two fish experts said yesterday that Austra- lians greatly exaggerated the shark menace. Mr. T. C. Roughlcy, Superintendent of N.S.W. Fisheries, said: "Yon rim much greater risk of death or injury every time you cross Pitt Street than when you go into the surf." Mr. Gilbert Whitley, curator of fishes at the Australian Museum and a recognised authority on sharks, said: "The shark menace is grossly overrated. From a statistical point of view the risk to surfers is almost negligible." The experts were commenting on demands this week for more anti-shark precautions, as the re- sult of a ishark tragedy at New- castle last .Sunday. ' Mr. Whitley said:- ' * "Since the earliest days of Aus- tralia's colonisation, about 2$0 shark attacks have been recorded off the Australian coast. "These include attacks on boats, surf skis, and dogs. "About 100 people have been killed-at a rate of much less than one a year. "These figures show that it is safer to ...
DEPORTATION ORDERS "Troublesome" Poles [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949
DEPORTATION ORDERS "Troublesome" Poles CANBERRA, Saturday.-The Commonwealth Government plans to send back to Germany?] two "troublesome" young Polish migrants who have been working on the Tasmanian hydro-electric project. The Minister for Information, Mr. A. A. Calwell, said yesterday that he had signed the deportation orders. He said that one migrant, Tade usz Czelaw Storek, was a mem- ber of a small section of migrants who had sought to evade their obligation to serve two years in prescribed employment. This group was acting on the advice of certain Hobart lawyers. The other man, Franciszck Fruzynski, was one of a small group of 40 or 50 Poles-all for. mer members of the Polish Air Force-who had been trouble some. Fruzynski had consistently re- fused' employment.
SECTION IN ACT "ABUSED" [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949
SECTION IN ACT "ABUSED" Mr. McGrath said that most of these appointments were an abuse of Section 47 of ,the Commonwealth Pub lie'Service Act. This section provides that: . If it is desirable in the public interest, a person from outside the Public Service may be appointed to a Public Service position by the Governor-General without exami- nation. . The Public Service Board must first certify that there is no Public Service officer available who is as capable of filling the proposed appointment. Mr. McGrath added: "During the past eight or nine years this section has been abused by persons who have taken ad- vantage of it to secure the ap- pointment of officers who other- wise would never have been per- mitted to join'the ranks of Civil servants. "The Public Service Board can- not escape a share of responsibil- ity, since in numerous cases the the certificates it has issued have not been in accordance with facts. "But the major responsibility falls on the political and Minister- ial...
H.P. PRICES [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949
\H.P. PRtcm} s.p. DI»?. MAIDLN STAKE: Ern'«. Elect . »-1 L7/ Kcfalln Joan .... 20-1- 16/9, Blonde Spirit ...... 4-« Iii TRIAL STAKE! Budmnnt . (-1 29/ Ben Delphi . 9-4 3/9 Clemson . 7-2 4/ PROGRESSIVE STAKE, First Dhlsion: Choice Buddha _ ,4-1 16/6 Olisono . s9&lt;2 S/9 Chief Roh . 6-1 10/3 PROGRESSIVE STAKE, Second Dhlsion: Footwork Boy .... 5-2 ' 13/9 All Proponlls . 5-2 3/9 Spencer Scott . 10-1 20/ HAROLD PARK STAKE: Black Aero . 34 20/ Josh . «.4 3/« Yeoman'« Pride ... 2S-1 PROGRESSIVE STAKE, Third Division: Nen Edition . 9-4 17/6 Marañen .'... 6-1 7/6 Birthright . 8-1 10/9 TRAMWAY STAKE. First Dhlsion: Soft Drink . 5-2 9/3 KurlmiK . 3-1 Í/6 Bluccnmet . 7-1 13/3 TRAMWAY STAKF., Second Dhlsion: Nccrintcrlc . 7-4 11/3 Queen Siren . 2-1 3/9 Ghn Ocra . 12-1 9/3 ELECTRIC LIGHT STAKE: Titian Girl . 16-1 lil Diamond Rogue ... 3-1 4/3 Toora Sue . 2-1 ,6/ PRESIDENT'S STAKE: Luck} Duke .4.1 16/3 Bullen'« Beauty .... 5-1 6/9 Roth's Beaut) . 15-1 19/3
Duo-Pianists' Urbane Showmanship [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949
Duo-Pianists* Urbane Showmanship Rawicz "and Landauer, the tandem pianists from Europe, pedalled with nice aplomb through their first Sydney pro gramme at the Town Hall last night. Their two pianos, merged in one voice, chattered and boomed and chuckled with urbane garrulity. In some of the lighter and more rhythmical "classics" and Strauss and such brummagen imitations of Rachmaninoff as the "Warsaw Concerto," they were first-rate entertainers; and very possibly they could be eligible musicians in the best sense, so expertly do they shingle long-haired music and so craftily do they smother short-haired music with expensive drenchings of the very best hair-restorer. LIGHT, SKILFUL Their playing has the smooth sheen that fits very well with the furnishings in the more reputable night-clubs and increases the customers' appetites for headier cocktails. Yet the two pianists retain enough innate respectability of style to match their impeccable white ties and tails. They make music a "sh...
Caruso Run Inquiry [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949
Caruso Run Inquiry The defeat of the favour- ite,' Caruso, in the Chal- lenge Stakes at Randwick yesterday was the subject of a steward's inquiry. ,Caruso, who started at 7-2, finished eighth, about eight lengths from the winner. Jockey J. Thompson was asked why Caruso was slowly away fiom the barriei.' Thompson explained that Car Jiso was stubborn and kept back- ing in the stall. He was backing when the bar- rier went up, Thompson said. Thompson said later that Car- uso 'was so "toey" in his box that he once reared over the side. "He missed the jump and never settled down to his task. "He was never going like a possible winner," Thompson added. . - G. Moore, rider of Mine Host, said his mount was one of the first to move. "Mine Host was checked at the half-mile, but afterwards got a nice run and was rapidly catch- ing the winner on the post," Moore said. E. Doon and N. .Sellwood, riders of Heroic Sovereign and Persian Pt ince, both were forced to take their mounts wide 'at the turn...
BOLTS THEN SWABBED [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949
BOLTS THEN SWABBED SUNARDO was the problem horse of the first divi- sion of the Paddington Handicap at Randwick yester- day. ABOVE: He canters riderless along the straight after having broken through the barrier. Later, he ran second, being beaten by a neck by Faraway. BELOW; Sunardo leaving the swab stall after samples had been taken.