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RANDWICK: RACE PICTURES AND DETAILS SLEDMERE HANDICAP, 6f. CHART 9 [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949

RANDWICK : RACE"PICTURES * AND»sDETAILS SLEDMERE HANDICAP, 6f. CHART 9 Big. Horse. Carried. Jockey. P.P. Fin. 4 7 3 7-2 6 20 100 33 7 100 50 JOY COURT, FILM, LONELY, Ambitious, Lady Pickwick, Sweet Haven, Skyera, Cypriote, Dowager, Madame Duvach, Suitcase, Dividends .... F. Williams, E. Doon, J. Lordan, J. Thompson, A. Hazelton, R. Selkrig, J. Rincheval, T. Mullane N. Sellwood, K. Barratt, N. McGrowdie, Led from half-mile to post. 1 2nd to i-m, 3rd at turn. 2 Third i-m, 2nd at turn, 3 Led early, 4th è-m to post, 4 7th al ¿-m, 9th at turn. 5 6th at ¿-m, 5th at turn. 6 Last at i-m, 9th at turn. 7 5th ¿-m, 6th for home. 8 Slow to move, 10th for home. 9 8th at i-m, 7th for home. 10 .Win £1/3/9. 3 12 7 11 10 Slowly away, last most of way. 11 Place. 8/, 11/9, 8/9. Order of Betting: 3 Lonely, 7-2 Ambitious, 4 JOY C3URT, 6 Lady Pickwick, 7 Film, Dowager, 20 100 others. One and a quarter lengths, one and a half lengths. Time, lm 14s. Started 12.47. Judge's Numbers: 9, 4, 3. (Photo, for third...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COUNTRY RACES Albury [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949

{COUNTRY RACES" Albury __MAIDEN PLATF, « -ANTON CTAR 8 11 (B Miller) 1 PRAIRIE «OSE 8 11 (L Hanson) 2 BALKAN CHARM 8 3 (W Trimble) 3 BET TING Even ANTON STAR 6 4 Balkan Charm 4 Prairie Rose 5 Blunderbus Dus 15/ 2 len 2 len Time Im 2s FLYING HANDICAP «f-AIR MARSHALL 8 1 (A Anderson) 1 LUCKY NATION 8 2 (Petersen) 2 CAPTIVATOR 9 4 (W Trimble) 3 BETTINGi 6 4 Bribery 2 AIR MAR SHALL 5 2 Lucky Nition 3 Captiva tor Div 34/ 2 len 1V4 len Time lm 13s MODERATE HANDICAP, «f-MISS .SPARKS 8 II CW Trimble) 1 ROCKY 8 7 (A Petersen^ 2 SPELTHORNE LAD 8 7 (L Scott) 3 BETTING 2 I on MISS SPARKS 5 2 Rocky Spelthorne Lid Div 7/9 3 len len Time lm 13V4s CORINTHIAN HANDICAP, 5f FAIZ EFFENDI 10 10 (Mr D Martin) 1 MULLENGANDRA 10 1 (Mr W Gaffncv) 2 ABO 11 0 (Mr Grentnell) 3 BETTING 5 4 Abo 6 4 FAIZ EFTENDI 4 Mullengandra Div 11/ Len len Time lm 3s SUMMFR HANDIC\P lm -LAUD ATE 8 13 (A Petersen) 1 HIGH JAMES 9 3 (W Trimble) 2 BAT MORAL 8 7 (Scott) 3 BETTING Escn IAUDATE 5 2 Balmoral High James Jagellin Divs 1...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPOTLIGHT ON WORLD AFFAIRS Crumbling China Awaited March Of Communists [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949

I SPOTLIGHT ON WORLD AFFAIRS Crumbling China Awaited March Of Communists Front JACK PERCIVAL IN NANKING _ All the week, Nanking teas in chaos as the triumphant Chinese Communists swept forward. Questions needing answering were: Wliat teas the future of China under the Communists? Was Russia planning moves here or elsewhere in the East? Did the new China offer any trade possibilities for the West? These points are raised in despatches from our special correspondents. HERE in Nanking, the vacuum left by the "retire- ment" of President Chiang Kai shek has completely thrown the machinery of China's National- ist Government and its ruling Kuomintang out of gear. ' All the week both mechanisms were careering like uncontrolled juggernauts. Nanking was like a building whose keystone had been suddenly knocked out. The workings of the National Defence Ministry, the Foreign Office, Treasury, Exec- utive Yuan, Control Yuan, and Transport Ministry col- lapsed in a cloud of dust. Employees of Gov...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Jockeys' Premiership [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949

Jockeys' Premiership J. Thompson . N. Sellwood W. Cook ... G. Moore ... E. Doon . R. Sellvrlg ... A. Ward _ B. Smith .... W. Briscoe .. F. Williams . R. Pearse .... E. Fordyce ... A. Mulley ... A. Hazelton J. Waterhouse G. Podmore J. I.ordan ... R. Coles .... T. Clarke ... W. HuKhcs .. F. Hld.« A. Podmore V. Tasuotlcr . H. Badger W. Fellows . A. Thompson . TRAINERS' M. McCarlen E. Hush _ E. Lawson F. Dalton ., 8 8 8 . 1 Í 5 £1 Straisht Out. Unp. (To the 94 Lose £57 117 Win 10 89 Lose 37 7fi Lose 15 99 Win 69 126 Lose 55 88 Win I 52 Lose 5 91 Lose 46 70 Win 9 51 Win 121 39 Lose 20 46 Love 30 83 Lose 55 75 Win 53 v 78 lose 65 16 Win 15 15 Lose I 22 Lose 9 15 Win 70 .It Win 28 49 Lose 39 64 Lose 72 11 Lose 5 20 Lose 4 17 Lose 10 Lose £34 Lose 4 Lose 27 Lose 1 Win 44 Lose 16 Win 12 Win « Lose 46 Win 11 Win 45 Lose 4 Lose -o Lose 10 Win 17 Lose 'S Win :6 Win 1 Lose 9 Win 55 Win I Lo« ;6 Lose 51 Lose 7 Lose 1 Lose * SIRM' PREMIERSHIP. KI. 2nd. Midstream Ajax Brueghel Felcrag

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
British Experts Learn From U.S. From OUR NEW YORK OFFICE [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949

British Experts Learñ From ILS. From OUR NEW YORK OFFICE THE first of the British "productivity teams" will reach the United States on Febru- ary 15, it was announced last week. They are to learn from Ameri- can industrial methods, and to teach as well. There will be 34 other teams arriving throughout the year. The first is ,made up of 15 people, representing managers, technicians, and workers. They will meet industrial and labour groups here in "informal seminars." The visit is one result of an allocation of six million dollars from Marshall Aid funds to create a "joint Anglo-American Council on Productivity" for "mutual ex- change of views." . . . TT was a vexed question, * because industrialists of neither country were very pleased to think they had anything to learn. ' The plan came into being, how- ever, and an American group visited 11 key industries in Britain. Their findings were not made public. But the European bureau of the American Federation of Labour had an argument fl...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STARTED OUTSIDE [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949

STARTED OUTSIDE Bold Duke, winner of the second division of the Pad- dington Handicap at Rand- wick yesterday, started from outside the boxes His win added another to ne list of successes bv horses started from outside the bo\es Bold Duke appeared to jump awav particularly smartly Some trainers say th-it a start from the outside is preferable to a start from the boxes They say jockevs can tnticipate the rise of the barrier but thev dare not attempt to do so from stalls and thev cannot do <o from starting gates The matter is likelv io be dis cussed bv the Owners and Trainers' Association A view that will be put forward is that horses who will not face up in the stalls should have their nomination refused until thev are taught to behave quietly

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TWO ASPECTS OF U.S. RESPONSIBILITIES [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949

TWO ASPECTS OF U.S.-, RESPONSIBILITIES a Manning In the Arizona "Republic." 'fer. "You'll have to learn to live with it." Selbel In the Richmond "Times-Dispatch.'' "The lion's share." '

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BIG YACHT RACE TO MAVIS [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949

BIG YACHT RACE TO MAVIS Superb windward tactics won the No. 1 division of the yachts for A. C. Robertson's 42ft sloop Mavis in the Royal Prince Edward Yacht Club's lead- ing event yesterday The race was sailed in a fresh north-easterly wind and Mavis did not establish her lead over the leaders Janet M (L H Martin) and Windward until near the end of the race Josephine who finished second, improved her position from eighth on the last turn to wind ward by carrying on through the Ice of Shark Island, while the other yachts worked against flood tide Quick thinking and good judgment on the part of Pakcr doo (Doug Brockhoff) averted near collision at the south reef buoy with Norn (A F Albert) The second division was won by the uack six metre vacht Avenger In the Sydney Amateur Sailing Club and Middle Harbour Yacht Club inter club challenge races Thurloo (E J Merrington) S A S C , won the first division with the two Middle Harbour craft Viking (A Muston) ind Eudoria li (N H Way), filling s...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FORECASTS (for 24 hours from 6 a.m.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949

FORECASTS (for 24 hours from 6 a.m.) CITY: Fine and hot. Thunderstorms during night. Fresh N.E. winds. N.S.W.: Fine at first, very hot inland. Increased bushfire danger. Thunderstorms and squalls in S.W. districts spreading eastwards.

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
P.O.W. Returns To Preach To Japanese From Our New York Office [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949

P.O.W. Returns To Preach To Japanese From Our New York Office IN his Japanese prison-cell, six years ago, one of the United States Army airmen who had made the first raid on Tokyo had a revelation. "I began to wonder what made me hate the Japs and why they hated me," he said later. "Sud- denly I discovered God had given me new spiritual eyes." This month the meditation and revelation of Staff-Sergeant Jacob Déshazer had come to full fruition. He was preaching the Gospel to the people of Tokyo. . . . "pvESHAZER was one of a ?*-' party of U.S. Army airmen who took overloaded land planes from the deck of an .aircraft-car- rier at sea, and bombed Tokyo on April IS, 1942. The crews had to parachute down after the raid -some of them into Japanese hands. , * . Deshazer was one of four of these men who survived 41 months of starvation and mal- treatment as a'prisoner. He could not explain just what happened to him in the Japanese gaol. As a boy he showed no re- ligious inclination. He tried...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Stage Whispers [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949

# # Stage Whispers « . THEATRE-GOING is becom- ing ' a fox-hunt. A new theatre group. Sydney Play- house, with headquarters in the basement of Dymock's Building, George Street, will make its debut there with "The Little Foxes" on Thursday. This will be the third version of "The Little Foxes" seen in Sydney in 13 months. . . . T^NGLISH critics see signs that Terence Rattigan may -be- come major dramatist in his hew play, "Adventure Story," which is touring the provinces in prepa- ration for its London season. The play, about Alexander the Great, is a study in power as a corrupter. "Sunday Times" critic Harold Hobson said: "Rattigan's Alexander is not that renowned figure who wept because there were no more worlds to conquer, but (a profounder study) one who ought to have wept because he hadn't conquered himself or be- cause conquest had conquered him." The subject is a long step from Rattigan's earlier ventures "French Without Tears," "While the Sun Shines," "Love in Idle- ness." " A...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RELIGION AND LIFE Scandal Over The Tea Cups Brings Souls To Ruin [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949

RELIGION AND UFE Scandal Over The Tea Cups Brings Souls To Ruin By Father J. Freeman TJjTE frequently make use " of the word "scandal." Whenever we do so we are bound to attract attention. I do not know,whether it's always a good thing to be the centre of attraction! But we do use this word, in'different ways - and all of them arresting. For instance, we speak of a "public scandal" or a "family scandal"-by which we mean that some unfortunate person has ap- parently fallen from grace, and so has provided a golden oppor- tunity for much wagging of heads and outpouring of acid comment. Or we use the word as being synonymous with un- charitable speech. In this sense we speak of people talking "scandal over the tea- cups." Or again we use it in its ultimate and correct meaning, as describing that word or action whereby we lead others to their downfall. A "scandulum" was originally a stumbling-block-something that caused another to trip or fall. When by word or action we cause or provide ...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BONNIE WAS A HORSE SHORT STORY [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949

BONNIE WAS A HORSE SHORT STORY By GWEN MEREDITH BONNIE was a horse. A lovely chestnut horse with two white feet and a white nose that was so soft she could take pieces of apple most delicately, and that despite the fact that she was a light draught. She had two dimples, too ... on her flanks. She was a pet, of course, and knew exactly what was said to her and did what she was asked. That is to say she would stop and go on and move sideways and step into the furrow when you were ploughing with her . . . and all without having to be told twice or making any fuss. And, that being so, you'd wonder why the people who owned her would ever have thought of selling her. You'd wonder how they could bear to part with her or why they should want to. But the fact of the matter was that they decided it would be more up-to-date to have a tractor. They didn't have a real farm or they would have had a team of horses or a brand new tractor. They just had a few acres and Bonnie had really managed it b...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Club Golf Details [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949

Pub Golf Details ASQUITH-A grade M Saxby (IS) 66 B grade J Noldt (27) 66 AUSTRALIAN-Best ball st-iblcford G J Watson (II) \ L Hardy (17) 71 G T Hartigan (II) N J Thomp son (14) 68 P F Hawley (9) D H Kent (11) 67 I AVOCA -Stablcford Selkirk (8) 33 A^ ONDALE -Best ball v par E J Culey (14) R L Brlßdcn (19) 7 up P L Head (7) P A Richards (8) 6 up BALGOWLAH -Par A Grade R Buckingham (11) 3 up G Donald (8) 3 up B grade H Turrell (12) 4 up A J K Thorburn (15) 2 up C srade | J Frizell (17) 3 up R Kewln (17) 2 ""BANKSTOWN -Par A srade V Garticll (11) 4 up B grade G Stibbs (14) 4 up C grade H Phelps (19) 1 down . . " BAYVIEW -Stroke A eradc ,. F Bj ron (8) 62 B grade X Wilson (22) 62 BEVERLEY PK-Stablcford A grade R Plant (2) 37 B grade A Southwell (12) 33 C grade K Hall (l8) 37 BEXLEY -Stroke H Butterfield trophy H King (17) 19 A Krade F Simpson (13) 61 B grade W Smith (19) 61 C grade G Haywood (22) 60 BONDI-Stroke J Clllctt (15) 52 J Bullen (20) 53 A Grclghcid (l8) 53 BONNIE DOON - Stablcf...

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WILL TRAIN IN SYDNEY [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949

WILL TRAIN IN SYDNEY Fred Davis, former Bris- bane- trainer, has transferred to Sydney. He has taken stables at Ken smgton, where he has a number I of two-year-olds. Davis intends to concentrate I on the education of the young-) sters rather than train older horses. He renewed his Q.T.C. licence after Army service, and in Queensland won a number of races. Doomben, Albion Park, Eagle Farm, and Rockhampton wins were included in his successes.

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Another Hot Day; Bushfire Danger [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949

Another Hot Day; Bushfire Danger Another hot day, with freshening north-east winds, is forecast for Sydney to-day. Bushfire danger will be high. Thunderstorms are expected during the night. Sydney's maximum tempera- ture yesterday was 79.6 at 1 p.m. Highest temperatures in the State were 106 at Ivanhoe, 105 at Wentworth, and 102 at Hay. The temperature topped the century mark in both Victoria and South Australia to-day. I MELBOURNE, Saturday. Victoria sweltered again to-day, Melbourne recording 99.8 de- grees at 4.20 p.m. Several fires broke out in tim- ber country to-day. The most serious was near Wonga Park, about 25 miles from. Melbourne. Fire authorities to-night warned that the fire hazard to-morrow would be "grave." ADELAIDE, Saturday.- Ade- laide's four-day heat-wave continued to-day with a maximum tempera- ture of 99.1 degrees at 1.50 p.m. Last night, with a minimum tem- perature of 80 degrees, was the hottest for 12 months.

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Expert's Warning On Need To Populate Australia 25-YEAR SAFETY LIMIT TO HOLD NEW GUINEA [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949

Expert's Warning On Need To Populate Australia 25-YEAR SAFETY LIMIT TO HOLD NEW GUINEA TOKYO, January 29 (A.A.P.-Reuter). - Dr. Warren Thompson, Gen.. Mac Arthur's new popu- lation adviser, yesterday warned Australia of the dangers she faced if she failed to increase her population. In a special interview with A.A.P.-Reuter, Dr. Thompson, a world authority on population, said that in the face of the growing Asian populations, Australia could hope to hold New Guinea for only another 25 years. By that time, he said, Japan, or more probably China, would be in a position to seize New Guinea by force. He doubted whether the United States would defend Australia in a war fought over this issue. Only an Australian population of 30 million or more would make Aus- tralia and New Zealand safe, he said.

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SEASON'S BEST DOUBLES PLAY [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949

SEASON'S BEST DOUBLES PLAY By John Bromwich ADELAIDE, Saturday.-In the Aus- tralian' championships to-day, Quist and I played our best doubles for the season and, while comparatively weak overhead, we more than held our own in the many volleying exchanges. By beating Brown and Sidwell in the doubles final . we retained our title and in- creased our winning run to seven in succession. After a shaky start, both of us began to return service nicely, concentrating on Sidwell, who was not playing well. We continuously broke through his service. Brown again played very well, and his cannon-ball serve was outstanding. Repeatedly, when in danger of defeat, he was able to unleash one of his powerful serves and get out of difficulties. Serving quietly, Quist and I held fairly easily, and the break through Sidwell gave us the ad- vantage. Perhaps Sidwell's slowness on his feet can be explained by knowing that he has been troubled for days with badly-blis- tered feet. He seemed to be frightened...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Week On Change Market Steady After More Recession [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949

Week On Change Market Steady After More Recession AFTER a week of further ** unsettlement, the market appeared to be assuming a steadier tone by Friday's close. The ordinary share index fin- ked 1.21 points below the pre- vious week's level and has now lost 1.79 points'of this month's earlier gain, hut still remains 1.42 «hove the 1949 opening level. Range of trading expanded considerably and near record Wes were recorded Thursday. Leading industrials were irregu- lar, A.C.I, and Tooth in particu- lar showing consistent weakness. Bank of N.S.W. had a spectacu- lar rise and most bank shares dis- played firmness, although Nation- al receded. ",. Smart gains were made by shares rarely traded, such as Larkc Hoskins and Paget Manu- facturing. Barriers lacked strength and were mostly neglected. Mt. Lyell was firm on consis- tent rumours of an increase in the price of copper. Tin shares reacted noticeably because of fears of over-produc .tion and a possible fall in world prices when U.S. s...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FINANCIAL REVIEW Australia Is Rapidly Becoming A Creditor- Nation Strength For Emergency [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949

FINANCIAL REVIEW Australia Is Rapidly Becoming A Creditor - Nation Strength For Emergency Australia, 17 years ago one of the world's embarrassed debtors, is now within measurable distance of becoming a creditor-nation. Two or three export seasons like the present one should enable this milestone in national maturity to be passed. A net amount of only about £195 million is now owed lo residents of Britain and America. Reserves of international currency (in gold and balances abroad) of more than £338 million offset long-term debts of Commonwealth and State Govern- ments amounting to £533 million. By THE FINANCE EDITOR I.- * I GONE, it is hoped never to return, is the haunting situation of 193?. The exter- nal debt load in that year was £652 million, offset by the flimsiest of only £.49.9 million international currency reserves. National efforts to honour an- nual commitments on the debt then took its toll immemploy ment and sacrifice. Movement of the exchange rate to parity with sterl...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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