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CAULFIELD RESULTS FORREST HURDLE, about 2m. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949

CAULFIELD RESULTS FORREST HURDLE, about 2m. PROMISE YOU A O Silks br g 6> Golden Promise-Nena May 10 7 (B R Smith) 1 KENLOOr F J Casanella and J A Caldwell s bl g 6y Fern kloof-Couchette 10 2 (R Dean) 2 BELL TOWER A E Hughes s b g a Regular Bachelor-Turren 10 6 (E Sellers) 3 Then follsncrl Timekeeper 9 4 0. Wood) 4 Shot By 9 3 (R Ha>cs) 5 Marsula 9 10 (S Girdlner) 6 Jung Bahadur 9 3 (A Moon) 7 Cable News 9 7 (I LIo>d) 8 Vnlboy 9 0 (W Car ter) J Avauni Garde 9 2 (J Cooper) 10 Worrowing 9 4 (C Godfrey) II Puckawidgee 9 0 (R Davis) 12 Oriel Boy oyT (L Wilson) 13 Golden Buz 7ard 9 11 (J Kennedy) 14 Grcgalyn 9 3 (L SUIT) fell Winner iralncd by D S Mccormick Scrnlchcd Hcnrsay Sir William Mina rmlacs BETTING 5 2 Marsula 7 PROMISE YOU June Bahadur 8 Shot By IO Bell Tower 12 Timekeeper Valboy 15 Ken loof 20 Golden Buzzird Gregalyn 33 Worrowing Cable Nevs 66 Pucka bidgee Oriel Boy 100 Avaunt Garde Dlvs (for 5/) Win £2/4/ place 14/6 £1/2/6 l8 2 len 4 len Time 3m 4214» Started 115pm KI...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COUNTRY GREYHOUNDS Newcastle [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949

COUNTRY GREYROUIVDS Newcastle MAIDEN QUALIFYING STAKE FINAL, SOOMJS_YEOCAN, li ELLA- LONG. 2. KAY DELL, 3. BETTING: 2 YEOCAN, 3 Bronzeola, 6 Kay Dell, Ellalong, 10 Mandy Linn, 15 Kapapo, Bronze Rajah, Glorious Star Dlvs (for 5/). Win, 13/¡ place, 6/6, 10/9, 10/3 1 len . 3 len Time. 29 8s SPEEDWAY STAKE NO. 3, 680«K TIM STAR. 1. SILENT MOTH. 2, CASTLEMAINE KATE, 3 BETTING: 5-2 Victory Law, 4 Rose Chief, Lady Wallaville, 6 TIM STAR, 7 Silent Moth, 10 Castlemaine Kate, Flashing Bank, Busy Kay. Dlvs . Win, £3/2/3, place, 13/, 9/3, £3/12/9 Head. 3 len Time. 40 3s Scratched Gloaming Chief SPEEDWAY STAKE NO. 2, 680jds. MISS PRIME, 1, LAUGHING PETER. 2, CHERRILYNE, 3. BETTING, 3 MISS PRIME, 7-2 Laughing Peter, 4 Study Form, 5 Merry Fancy. Silver Romance, 10 All Value. 12 Tom Sturdy, 15 Chcrrilyne Divs Win, 16/3. place, 7/6, 8/9, £1/11/. I len, Vi len Time, 40 3s Scratched: Naymoa ADAMSTOWN STAKE, SOOjds.-IN- STIGATOR, 1, MONARENE, 2, ROB RADAR, 3 BETTING: 6-4 INSTIGA- TOR, 3 Awaba Girl 5 Go...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WAS UNDER BAN IN MELBOURNE [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949

WAS UNDER BAN IN MELBOURNE MELBOURNE, Satur- day.-Dashing Beau en- hanced his Australia Day Cup prospects by his five . lengths. win in the Deakin Handicap at Caulfield to- day. His "victory gave the stable its "first leg*' in the week-end double. It was Dashing Beau's first success. He was bred by Mr. F. W. Hughes, and was a former stable-mate in Melbourne _ of Ulterior, now owned and trained in Sydney by R. Cooper. Like Ulterior, Dashing Beau was under a ban in Melbourne with other horses" raced by the late Mr. Roy Spencer, i Dashing Beau has been an un- lucky horse. Before his win he was beaten in two photo, finishes. Soon after turning into the straight Dashing Beau's appren- tice rider, E. Johnstone, drew the whip and the four-year-old bounded to the front.

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

Hard Task For Ungar MELBOURNE, Satur- day.-Ungar is not a top class colt on his showing at Caulfield to-day in the C. F Orr Stakes After a tense struggle over the last 100 vards, Ungar (11 8 on) got up to beat Attlcv by a neck On to-days form he is not likely to be any match for Car bon Copy Clement Comic Court or Sydney s best three year olds Although the track was like lightning Ungir s time for the race was 1 38-a second and a quarter outside the course record Heavy Betting A.ttley who his slipped badh, was backed heavily early This enabled a few Ungar supporters to get a better price than they had hoped One man laid £ 1 000 to £900 on Ungar, and there were other big wagers at 5 4 on His starting price was 11 8 on Attlev missed the stirt shghtlv, but Ungar was first out \t the end of a furlong Crc nides had dashed to the front to lead from Attlev and Lngar, with Clement last The pace wts on at the half mile wnere Cromdes was out three lengths from Attley with another two to Ungar...

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

Pars. About People MRS. H. B.. BONNEY, the Queensland airwoman, ar- rived in Sydney on Friday. She plans to return to New Caledonia where she spent a - Holiday last 3 ear, en route to Tahiti. * + ?¥? MISS JUNE BEASLEY will take over her mother's diplo- matic duties while the High Com- missioner for Australia, Mr. Beas- ley, and Mrs. Beasley are in Aus- tralia. At the Australia Day dance at Australia House this week, Miss Beasley wore a crinoline frock made from a length of satin left after Prin- cess Elizabeth's wedding dress had been completed. Mr. and Mrs. Beasley will arrive on April YOUNG Sydney artist, Miss Gwen Eichler, whose first ex-   hibition of paintings, was opened by Roland Wakelin at the Mac- quarie Galleries during the week, MISS GWEN EICHLER will leave in the Orion in March to continue her studies in London. She will share a flat in Stanford Brook with two Australian artists, who have been overseas for sev- eral years, Miss Ena Joyce and Miss Rachel Roxb...

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

GAS MAY BE REDUCED The decision of employees at the Australian Gas Light Com- pany's Mortlake plant to work no more than 40 hours a week, may affect Sydney's gas supplies. This was stated last night by the president of the Gas Em- ployees' Union, Mr. L. Thompson. "Unless the company increases the number of employees, produc- tion is sure to suffer," he said. A mass meeting of the men on Friday decided to work no more than 40 hours a week in protest against the dismissal of eight em- ployees. Mr. Thompson said the com- pany had assured him since then that there would be no more dis- missals.

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Worker Is King Of The Castle Struggle To Find Labour; Costs Chase Wages; Economists See Danger [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949

Worker Is King Of The Castle Struggle To Find Labour; Costs Chase Wages; Economists See Danger More than 113,000 jobs are going begging in Australia to-day. They cannot be filled because there is an unprecedented shortage of labour. T HIS is an official figure, based on incomplete information. A great many vacant jobs are not reported to Government checking officials. If these are added, the figure may be much nearer 200,000. This is an all-time record. The job-seeker has never enjoyed such By A Staff Correspondent golden opportunities of earning a liv- ing - nor, for that matter, of getting such big wages. And the end of the boom is not in sight. This is a good thing for labour. At least, it seems to be a good thing tem- porarily. ' But economists are now beginning to warn "us that the halcyon days may soon come to an cnd< They arc talking about the "dangers of over- full employment." The Prime Minister, Mr. Chifley, in his New Year "report to the nation," expressed the ...

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

.Casual Converse. By Warwick Fairfax THE. attitude of the Musicians' Union towards players from overseas is, from' a trade-union standpoint, logical, if harsh. The only little mistake that Mr. Kitson made, which overturned the whole of his premises, is that music is not a trade, it is an art. ~ Its members might be called not a trade union, but an art union, it that wasn't a Jittle ambiguous. Human activity may be classified very roughly into the trades, the professions, and the arts, in order of ascending importance. Just at the moment we are discussing the first and the third. The k trades-plumbers,1 "bricklayers, iron- workers, waterside work'crs, and so forth-provide the utilities without which we cannot live. Since man does not live by bread alone, the trades are at the same-time, the most necessary and the least important. We don't live to eat; we merely cat to live. It is very much easier to learn to be a tradesman than an artist, and while an' indifferent oboist: will wreck ...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
This Is The Pymble Home Where Joyce Herbert Was Sheltered HALF-CASTE GIRL NOT LIKELY TO BE SENT TO ALICE SPRINGS [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949

This Is The Pymble Home Where Joyce Herbert Was Sheltered The half-caste girl Joyce Herbert, 14, has been sheltered at this house since she evaded going to Alice Springs on Monday night. HALF-CASTE GIRL NOT LIKELY TO BE SENT TO ALICE SPRINGS The Minister for the Interior, Mr. H. V. Johnson, said in Canberra yesterday that the Federal Government was con- cerned only in seeing that the 14-year-old Mulgoa half-caste Joyce Herbert, was in "good and capable hands." The girl yesterday was still "under cover" in the North Shore home of a city engineer and his wife. The couple will adopt her if. her mother will become their housekeeper. Joyce was one of a party of 22 half-caste children who were transferred from Mul- goa Mission home last week. She was in a party of'girls who were being sent to Alice Springs, but when the party left Mulgoa she was missing. Mr. Johnson said on Friday that the "authorities" were search- ing for Joyce, and when she was found she would be sent to Alice Springs....

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

THREAT TO MINE CAPTAIN'S FLAT, Saturday. -The general manager of the local lead and zinc mine, Mr. W. H. Tyler, said the mine would close early in February if the miners failed to return to work and have their claim heard by the Arbitration Court.

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PATRONAGE IN PUBLIC SERVICE "Influence" Charge [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949

PATRONAGE IN PUBLIC SERVICE « - "Influence" Charge The vice-president of the N.S.W. Branch of the Commonwealth Public Service Clerical Association, Mr. E. H. McGrath, yesterday criticised the appoint- ment of some high executive officials in the Public Service. He said their only qualifications were personal relationships and influence with political leaders, Ministers, and administrative heads.

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

WE AUSTRALIANS used to be Britain's largest food suppliers NOW WE COME FIFTH And the forty-hours week is making the position worse KJi most of the main items of food that Britain has been accustomed to buy from us, we are now supplying smaller quantities than before the war. Foitunately for Britain other coun- tries have greatly increased their ex- ports of foodstuffs to her. We cut a torry figure in comparison: Millions of £ stg. AUSTRALIA NEW ZEALAND CANADA ARGENTINE U.S.A. 1938 46 36 36 33 34 1947 45 64 130 90 98 The tragedy of the position is ob- scured by the high prices ruling for our exports. Wheat rose from 2/5 a bushel before the war to 17/- a bushel last year. The average price of greasy wool rose from lOd. to 40d. a pound last year. When we realise that the Australian £ will pay for little more than half what it bought in 1938, we can see how alarmingly we have slipped as a supplier to Britain. ' Moreover, every ton of food that Britain has to buy from Canada, Argentine o...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CONVERSATION PIECE An Author In Search Of A Character [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949

CONVERSATION PIECE An Author In Search Of A Character By RUTH PARK YES, I know. I know the average writer doesn't work on a kitchen table with a Kosciusko of pea-pods at one elbow, and a chook's ghastly cold claws sticking out front under his notes. I know he doesn't sweat through a crucial chapter with a small child busy under his chair-putting his feet to sleep in a doll's bed. Neither does he burn sauce- pans between sentences, or leave his heroine with her eyes closed, waiting for that protracted and crucial kiss, while he tears off to poke the clothes down in the copper. He does the job sen- sibly. In the same way, I humbly suppose, he builds his characters with dignity, con- templation, and in solitude. But not me. Not the house- wife. Not for me the erection of a character brick by blasted brick. To get my imaginary people I go straight out to the wholesaler's. And what à job he's made of them! Those old Chinese in the fiuit-market, with faces like shiny russet pears, and tee...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Forty Million Passengers A Year Were Carried Across The Harbour. This Is The Story Of Sydney's Ferries [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949

Forty Million Passengers A Year Were   Carried Across The Harbour. This Is The Story Of Sydney's Ferries SYDNEY Harbour as it was-the city's waterway to work: The scurrying, bustling rush of ferries to Circular Quay in the morning. The frenzied seeming crush of thousands to catch this boat at Milson's Point, for there was a full six minutes to wait for the next. The tum- bling down the steps at Lavender Bay; the race from the trams at McMahon's Point; the more sedate procession down the path to Mosman or Musgrave Street; the leisured walk to Fig Tree or Hunter's Hill with the ferry waiting over a little at Northwood or Bay Street for a couple of stragglers. In the year before the Premier of New South Wales and an officer of the Army, in comic-opera imitation of the earliest of their country's traditions, had a difference of opinion as to which was the better fitted to open up the way of progress to their fellow citizens, over forty million passengers were ferried across...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
On Your Radio To-day [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949

i- On Your Radio To-day - Religion : 9.30: 2FC, Presbyterian service. 10.30: 2GB, Liberar Catholic Church of St. Alban's. 11.0: 2BL, Anglican, St. Andrew's Cathedral. 11.0: 2CH, Methodist, Concord. 11.0: 2SM, High Mass, St. Mary's Cathedral. 2.30: 2SM, Catholic Rally, Do- main. 4.30: 2CH Lutheran session. 6.30: 2FC, Hymn singing-Launces- ton Church Grammar School. 6.30: 2SM, Rev. Father Bradants. 7.00: 2SM, Sacred Heart pro- gramme. 7.15: 2BL, Plain Christ- ianity-Bishop of Adelaide. 7.15: 2CH, Scots Church. Plays: 4.10: 2FC, Special Delivery, by Harry W. Junkin (Dinah Shearing, Minette Oelrich). 8.0: 2GB, The Man From, the Ministry, comedy (Alan White). 8.0: 2UW, The Old Dark House, thriller (Allan Trevor, Muriel Steinbeck, John Bushell). 9.30: 2BL, The Ship of Ice, verse drama, by Rosemary Dobson (prod, F. D. Clewlow). Talks: 10.5: 2BL, Vance Palmer-Book Review. 2.0: 2FC, Dale Collins-The Happy Migrant. 3.30: 2BL, The Bishop of Grafton-Bishop Without Gaiters. 3.45: 2SM. Camden Mor...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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"WHITE" POLICY CRITICISED [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949

"WHITE" POLICY CRITICISED Dr. Thompson said the U.S. would probably not be interested in wars of "regional colonialism." His view of the defence of New Guinea also applied to Aus- tralia's other under-populated islands. He said it had been calculated that Australia could provide a reasonable standard of living for 25 to 30 million people and New Zealand up to seven million. He saw no real hope that this figure would be reached. The White Australia policy was not just a "white" policy, but in practice a British-Australia policy. It was sometimes a Protestant British-Australia policy. What Australia needed was large-scale immigration of Poles, Italians and other Europeans who were willing to begin on subsistence levels. No country had ever been populated any other way. The policy of taking British farming families to Australia had been a costly failure. FOOD PROBLEM Japan could not feed a popula- tion of over 64 million from natural resources. [Japan's population now is over 80 millio...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Candid Comment... By ONLOOKER [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949

(Candid Comment . . . By ONLOOKER IT is rather rough on R. G.   Menzies that the Comrades   should spit their choicest venom at him because, re turning from abroad, he has advocated banning the Com- munist Party as a treasonable organisation-which it is. This, for instance, from the Sydney 'mouthpiece of Moscow's stooges: "This fellow Menzies is the most loathed political figure in Aust- ralia to-day. To the majority of Australians - the workers - his name stands for grovelling appeasement of the foulest foreign tyrants against whom the Australian people have ever done battle. It's a name covered with everlasting infamy," etc. Communists the world over are in the habit of defiling their opponents' reputations. Character smearing is established Party tech- nique. . . . But in Mr. Menzies's case it is fair to point out that he was about the last of his Parliamentary party to be brought round, last March, to the need for banning the Reds. And very reluctantly,...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STRIKE THREAT ON RAIL SAFETY ISSUE [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949

STRIKE THREAT ON RAIL SAFETY ISSUE Railwaymen are threatening a strike which would stop all goods trains and a number of passenger trains in New South Wales next week-end. The men/object to an order which cancels the inspection of railway lines at week-ends in big areas of the State. They claim that the order, which took effect yesterday, makes week-end railway traffic on many State lines unsafe. The State secretary of the Aus- tralian Railways Union, Mr. J. A. Ferguson, M.L.C., said yesterday that lines were usually inspected daily to ensure that they were safe for traffic. Guards and others had refused to work unless the order was withdrawn, and the State execu- tive of the, union had endorsed their stand. The union would seek the co- operation of the Loco-Engine men's Union. "It is nothing short of a crimi- ' nal scandal that trains should be allowed to go over railway tracks that have not been inspected," said Mr. Ferguson. Mr. Ferguson said that under the order, practically the...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A NOAH'S ARK RIDDLEMEREE [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949

A NOAH'S ARK RIDDLEMEREE WHEN the animals went two by two into the Ark, one     pair of them took in some lug- gage also. Can you guess which pair it was and what it was they carried? Fill in your answer in the space provided, add your name, age and address, and send your entry to "Playtime.*' Prizes for neatest, correct solu- tions to this puzzle will be given in two sections, under and over 12. They will be: first, 10/6 (4 points); second, 7/6 (3 points); third, 5/ (2 points), with 250 one- and two-point certificates. SOLUTION NAME .. ADDRESS ..   .AGE. "HERALD" CLUB ENROLMENT FORM   You are invited to join this club if you are 16 years of age   or less.   Fill in your name, age and address below and post the form   to The Editor: "Playtime," Box 506, G.P.O., Sydney. A   membership certificate will then be sent to you.   The club offers big prizes to members who win...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RELIGION AND LIFE Faith And Teamwork We Must Use Our Talents [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 February 1949

I HEU GI ON AND LIFE I Faith And Teamwork We Must Use Our Talents By Major-General the REV. C. A. OSBORNE rpHE Christian life is a life .*- of teamwork. We Chris- tians believe that God. has a plan for the development of the world. We believe that every man, woman and child has a part to play in that plan; and that if we have faith, God gives to each of us just a little of his limitless power to help us to play that part. . That, surely, is the most inspir- ing way in which we can face life. God js helpful; that is the least and simplest meaning of what the Bible calls God's Love for us. The process of becoming a real Christian may be a sudden emo- tional decision or the almost un- conscious outcome of long thought and observation. But when a man becomes a real Christian, then he faces life with new hope and confidence and en- terprise. For he knows that in all his problems, he can count on God's help. That help may come to him direct in the form of guidance and courage and energy. ...

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