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Swab Taken Of New Clune Horse [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949
Swab Taken Of New Clune Horse Randwick traîner Tom Clune, who has been before the stewards at an inquiry into positive analysis shown from'swabs taken from his horse. Duke of Syke, had another of his team swabbed yesterday. This was Bold Duke, winner of the second division of the Paddington Handicap narrowly from" Bray Law and Heradale. No charges have ¡been made Dead-heat Hits Fielders -? -_ The dead-heating of Transaction and Royal Lad in the Randwick January Handicap yesterday was costly to bookmakers. In addition, some of them bet on the result of the photo finish. Under the betting rules, (here can he no decision in such a case. The only losers were (he bookmakers, who were in- volved in payment of bet- ting (avion tickets and turn- over tax on wagers. by the stewards in the Duke ai Syke inquiry. Clune told friends he would ask that swabs be taken of Bold Duke if the horse won. Initiative, however, was taken hy the steward in charge, of routine tests, Mr. W. J. Mc Faddcn, B.V.S...
Soviet Tightened Hold [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949
Soviet Tightened Hold From IAN BEVAN IN LONDON W^ITH Communist triumphs ** in China, Russia's hold on the East is tightening, The Kremlin has been sending picked men to key posts so that this hold will not slip. In the romantic cities of Peng yang (North Korea) and Kabul (Afganistan), important emissar- ies from Moscow arrived last week. In Kabul Mr. Fedorov, the new Soviet Ambassador to Afghanis- tan, paid his respects to King Mohammed Zahir Shah. In Pengyarig, Mr. Shtykov, the new Soviet Ambassador to the Soviet-sponsored Korean People's Democratic Republic, exchanged courtesies with the puppet presi- dent, Kim Du-bon. These were just two new ap- pointments out of the series of diplomatic changes the Soviet has been making in Asia. Events in China have thrown heavy responsibiliti e s on Soviet representative s. . . . ÜOTH Fed'o rov and Shtykov are graduates' of Moscow's fam- ed Institute of Oriental Stud- ies, where aca- demic work takes second place to the serious job of training...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949
MRS AWÍP M^mmwMm uwiow wo. r^f £24,440 Proceeds aid the War Vet- erans' Home-3 Sections, Narrabeen, La Perouse and Yass. COMPLETE PRIZE LIST 1st PRIZE - PART 1: New cream brick home completely and luxuriously furnished with garage. PART 2: New unfurnished cream brick home with "Oen alex" de luxe refrigerator and hot water service. PART 3: A li litre British Jaguar Saloon car. 1st PRIZE TOTAL: £10,000 2nd PRIZE: New brick J3u plex (2 homes in one) with refrigeration, situated at Cam mciay (unfurnished). £6,207 3rd PRIZE: New cream brick home at Lane Cove. (Unfur- nished . £2,628 4th PRIZE: 31 litre British Jaguar Car . £1,509 4 SPECIAL PRIZES each 1 1949 Morris Tourer. Ea., £610 5th PRIZE: B.S.A. Motor Cycle . £163/4/8 6th PRIZE: 1 "Gcnalex" Radiogram with auto record changer . £131/6/ 7th to 9tli PRIZES: 3 prizes, each one "Genalct" de luxe Electric Refrigerator. Each . £117/12/6 10th PRIZE: 1 "Acme" Motor Cycle . £102 11th to 13th PRIZES: 3 prizes each a "Magic" Washing Machine (on...
CAMERA AS PRIZE [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949
3.?..?.«»«.#«....«.iiM.H.iimimiihllin; I CAMERA AS I PRIZE lï/E have decided to give a spécial prize to the member, boy or girl, whose competition entries reach the highest stan- dard, each week. To be eligible for the | prize, a member must j send in an entry for I each competition pub- \ lislned in the issue. ISo j extra work is needed. This week's prize is I an Ensign Ranger j Camera, equipped j with a three-speed j shutter and F6.3 lens. ' It could be used j equally well by an ex- \ pert or beginner. j THE EDITOR j
CARRY YOUR MONTHLY TICKET, LETTERS AND SPARE CHANGE IN THIS LEATHER WALLET [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949
CARRY YOUR MONTHLY TICKET, LETTERS AND SPARE CHANGE IN THIS LEATHER WALLET A ROOMY leather wallet is a -*?- possession to be prized, like a wristlet watch or a good fountain pen. How much more valuable too if you can make it yourself! The one shown here is made from soft leather such as morocco, suede or fine calfskin, with a lin- ing and one pocket of skiver. You'll need a piece of.morocco 4in wide by 14in long, with one end cut to make a frame and the other end shaped in two small semi-circles as shown in the dia- gram. The outside of the frame mea- sures 31in by 4in, the inside 2±in by 3in. Glue a piece of celluloid to the inside of the frame. The skiver lining is 4in wide by 8in long, and the pocket 4in by 3iin. Shape the opening of the pocket, then glue it to the lining along the line B.B. Now place the lining on the morocco and glue along the lines A.A. and B.B.. pressing under a weight until thoroughly dry. Fold the leather over at B.B. and sew down the centre on to the skive...
RACE NEWS FROM ALE SOURCES CHANGE IN LUCK FOR JOY COURT [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949
RACE JVEWS FROM ALE SOURCES CHANGE IN LUCK FOR JOY COURT -*.-" » Joy Court's win in the Sledmere Handicap at Randwick yesterday compensated for her unlucky defeat hy Ambitious at her last start. Two weeks ago in the Randwick Two - Year - Old Novice Handicap. Joy Court was severely checked by Ambitious at the Leger, but still finished second. ' The interference cost Barry Smith, rider of Ambitious, sus- pension for two months. The owner-trainer, Mr. E. Hunter-Bowman, said after yes- terday's race that he had not mapped out a programme for Joy Court. "She will be kept in training for a suitable race," he said. Bred By Owner Joy Court was bred by Mr. Hunter-Bowman, and is by Agincourt (imp.) ''from Joy Cullen. Joy Cullen won several races for Mr. Bowman. Joy Court was third early yesterday, but took the lead approaching the half-mile and led to the finish. Film was second, a length and a quarter away, and Lonely third. The well-backed Dowager lost all winning prospects when she became ...
REPORTED BY STEWARDS [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949
REPORTED BY STEWARDS Stewards yesterday at Rand- wick reported - SLEDMERE HANDICAP.-Dowager CN Sellwood! and Severa (1 Rinche\al) lunged througn mc Dimer am a» . rcsuli both riders »ere dislodged At the rise of the barrier Dowager fis. Sillwood) attempting io go through the machine hid to be checked and in doing so seircd to the outside badly hampering Suitcase (N McGrowdic) p VDDINGTON HANDICAP (fiRsn I DIVISION)-«is the horses were placid in Ihc btrricr stalls Flailed (H D rkc) rushed through the barrier dislodging Darke In Darke s effort to retain a hold of the horse the check strap of the bridle broke and ihe bridle w«« replaced b) one from the club This caused some dcla> i* further delas »as caused bs the fractlousness of Sunardo (A V\ ard) which horse dislodged his rider in the «tall and getting under the barrier careered around the course at a mode rate pace and returned to Ihe saddling enclosure where it was subsequent!} caught and returned to the ¿tarong bar ner These ha...
Dead-heat Should Have Been Outright Win, Stables Claim [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949
Dead-heat Should Have Been Outright Win, Stables Claim Connections of Royal Lad and Transaction each claimed that their representative should have won the January Handicap outright at Randwick yesterday. The pair dead-heated for first. I It was one of the most searching big race tests for vetrs Transaction s connections de clared he would have won but for being forced against the running rail On the other hand the Royal Lad stable insisted be must have scored outright hut for being forced to cover extra ground It was the third dead heat since the introduction of the camera to Sydney racecourses The first was when Impudent and Circus Bo) could not be scpanted at Rosehill on July 26 1947 The second was between 1 Believe and Except at Randwick in December 1947 Big Pay-oul The double pavout involved the bookmakers in the worst result at a Sydney meeting for months Transaction was 7 4 favourite and Royal Lad a well backed third favourite Pavment of winning tickets on the two horses kept ...
CRYPTOGRAM [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949
CRYPTOGRAM HAT kind of a code expert would you make? Here's your chance to find out. The cryptogram below, written in simple code, conceals an English quotation, the name of its author, and the name of the work from which it is taken. Each letter of the original passage is constantly represented here by another letter - B, fpr instance, could be represented throughout the passage by Q when- ever it occurs, and so on. Every group of letters represents a word. Anybody who has read Poe's "Gold Bug" or Corian Doyle's "Dancing Men" will remember that the letters which occur most often in English are, in the order of frequency:- E, A, O, 1, D, H, N, R, S, T, V, Y, C. Here is the cryptogram: . JV JH Q VITVK TZJWMIHQDDG QOAZXUDMPLMP, VKQV Q HJZLDM CQZ JZ YXHHMHHJXZ , XN Q LXXP NXIVTZM, CTHV ' RM JZ UQZV XN Q UJNM. -- BQZM QTHVMZ, "YIJPM QZP YIMBTPJOM" * The solution will be found on Page 12. W
NEWCOMER'S HURDLE WIN [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949
! NEWCOMER'S I HURDLE WIN MELBOURNE, Satur- day.-Promise You, who had only run once over hurdles, easily won the Forest Hurdle at Caulfield to-day. The gelding was' a long way back in the early stages, but moved into a winning position seven furlongs from home. He took the lead coming into the straight and was not greatly extended to defeat Kenloof by two lengths, with Bell Tower a moderate third. At his only previous start over jumps-in the ' Toolambool Hurdle last June-Promise You had fallen at the first. Recently he had pleased in jumping lessons at Epsom, so he was well backed to-day. starting one of the equal second favourites. Marsula was favourite. Backers of Marsula and Promise You were uneasy in the first six furlongs. Marsu^i was tailed off last, and Promise You was also well back.
SMALL BUT PLUCKY [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949
SMALL BUT PLUCKY MELBOURNE, Saturday. -Trumps, the smallest horse in the field, staged a fine per- formance to win the Mitchell Handicap at Caulfield to- day. When the barrier lifted, he stood flat-footed and was almost last to get going. He made his way through the field, and was in a handy position at the home turn. When the leader. Dowry Boy, ran wide at the straight entrance, Trumps bounded through, and ran on to win by two and a half lengths from Royal Scot and Lord Bian. Trumps was the fifth favourite to win. Prince Nigri and Wangara dis-j appointed. Lord Bian, who firmed! from 12-1 to 8-1, appeared to | have every chance. I
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949
FUNNEL WEB SPIDER Killed by Number 13 Spray The letter set out below arrivod in the morning mail The writer asked that hit name and address be not printed He wrote the letter In order to help other people not for personal publicity NUMBER 13 is indeed a miracle spray Any insect that even for a second touches a surface sprayed with NUMBER 13 dies for cer-, tain Spray once a month - it keeps on killing for weeks Tie Manager, Taylori Paints Pty ttd, Sutherland Avenue. PADDINGTON Dear Sir, re DDT Spray Number 13 It may Interest you to know that we have to-day killed a funnel web «plder with your NUMBER 13 We have the corpse In a small box and It Is a replica size and everything ot the photo In to-day s Herald . 13 was certainly his unlucky numberl 27th January 1949 (Address withheld) ASHBURY A BOTTLE OR A FULL PINT FOR Vede by tbt Chemlcsl Dtvitlon of Ttylor s Pcmtt Pty Ltd, Sydtuy, NSW (Phone FB 1221) KEEPS ON KILLING FOR WEEKS!' Runs on your Car Battery Plugs into Home Power Points Ca...
Czechs Fled With Tales Of Terror [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949
Czechs Fled With Tales Of Terror FROM A. H. MYERS " IN LONDON AT the latest count 55 former Members of Parliament have escaped from Czechoslovakia in the year since the Communists seized power in that land. This is the story that one of them told, safe in London last week: "I had tried to escape months ago, soon after the Communist rising. They caught me a mile from the frontier and I went to gaol. "I waited months for a politi- cal trial. It had not come when I escaped, but the Judge had told me I was going to get 15 or 20 years in gaol. "Beatings? No, they did not beat me. I did not see anyone beaten. "I had to run round the prison yard for exercise every morning. I had a weak heart. "They caught Air-Marshal Janosek trying to escape. I have heard that nobody can recognise him now, after his treatment. "Some of the time we had soli- tary confinement. . . . "W TE lived on dry potatoes and * * water, and a nasty piece of bread. "But it was not the food, it was the atmosphere that was...
SPORTS QUERIES [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949
SPORTS QUERIES » W. (Sydney): U> The horses move Inlo their relative positions For ex- ample, in a ñcld of 12 if there are tvsd scratchings they start from boxes 1 Io 10 Cb) When a greyhound is »lth-1 drawn from a race at Harold Park box 10 is eliminated from the draw. At Went worth Hark sshcrc there arc only cishi runners in a race, a similar procedure is jdopled G.S. (Oiiiltrhurs): ^ ou were only en tilled lo &lt; .. N.Z. RACING.-Swanee won the £ 1,875 Takapuna Cup over a mile and a half at Auckland bv half a length from Knight Templar. Balmacara was third, a length and a quarter away. (A.A.P.;