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LUCRATIVE TO RACE IN INDIA [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 16 November 1941
LUGRATIVE TO Lucrative, one of ;Australia's best. horses-lielori won o;343//5/- in stakes =-will:do hi? sfuture racingrn india. ,iMr. R ?: W_. McLean sold himti pri vately last week t6 Alec Higgins; an NtAustralian ?-ho :has lbeent,, training !ihorses' in India for-soni years. , Lucrative w,ill be shippe.d .to I.tdia as soon as .shipping ,space is avail aBle.; Among the races wo l by Lucrative weied .tlie .A.C, Sires ?Produce, Vic ioria Derby, Caulfield Guineas; Syd iiey Cdpip and; Caulfield Stakes.
Reward For Service in Greek Battle [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 16 November 1941
Reward for Service in Greek Battle The Minister for the Navy (Mr. N. J. O. Makin), announced to-day, he has received advice that the King has approved the mention in Des patches of the following Australian Naval personnel, for good service in Greek waters: Captain H. M. I.. Waller, D.S.O., R.A.N.; Acting Commander C. R. Reid, R.A.N.; Lieutenant W. F. Cook, R.A.N.; Midshipman A. M: Synnot, R.A.N.; Chief Petty Officer Cook R. H. Bland; Petty Officer C. E. Garside; Active Petty Officer F. H. Talay; Supply Petty Officer, E. S. Burton; Sick Berth Attendant, K. Lipman, R.A.N.R.; and the late Act ing Leading Seaman, C. H. Weir. This is the third appearance of- tlic name of "Captain Hector MacDonald Laws Waller in award lists for the present war.
S.A. FIRM ON BIG CRICKET [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 16 November 1941
S.A. .FI~ ON QN BIG --CRICKET South Australia is trying not to be difficuilt about its part in interstate cricket this. season. SDr. Morton, of Victoria, accused tliat State of: "trying to crawl out of big cricket this year." But South Australia is still pre pared. to agree, to. two nitatches: (t) A Queensland v S.A. match to be played in Adelaide at Christinas. (2) A, match' against Victoria in Melbournie in.,the'New- Year. But she is. not prepared .to share the-financial responsibilities of an in terstate competition. In fact, Souih Australia does not favor a wairtime comipetition, but has agreed to play twVo matchles for wati'charities only. -Should Soutli Australia decide to. ctuit the field, 1 fresh progratime of matclies. will be. drawti "ttu to suiit Queenslailn, .,NS.W., "and Victoria only.
Outsider Wins Williamstown Cup [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 16 November 1941
Out$ der Win's Williamstown - Cup Throttle, the pony of the field, caused the great est surprise in the important Spring Cups when she dashed throug h to win, the Williamstown Cup by a neck from El -Golea and. Tranquil Star at Flemington yesterday. Throttle put up a splendid per formance as she was secoiid last at the half mile, with only Son ,.of Aurous behind her. She got .a splendid runi iii.the straight, 'and 'in winning "gave little 'Tbmmy Unkovidh soimie consola tion' for': his second on Soni of Aurous ii the Melbourne Cup. • Raccgoers were amazed by Throttle's success, as at her last start she was second last in the Moonee Valley Cup and there was no in ceritive to back this-little Windbag mare. • It was only the fourth race that 'Throttle has won. Thile Cup was 1run at a dawdling pace, . being .ithe slowest riun ' since, Second Wind "won ten years ago, .Apparently all, the jockeys had the samte instructions-not, to lead early, and .the' result _was that for three, furlongs t...
WILLIAMSTOWN (At Flemington) [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 16 November 1941
TOTE (5/) " ... RACE PLACED HORSES, RIDERS S.P. WIN' PLACE ,VERDON TRIAL TOGO, 8.11 (Badger) 4/1 1 6 0 8 6 (About 9 fur.) Deliberate, 8.11 (Breasleyr) 4/1 - 8 6 First Division Clare C6utity, 8.7 (McCloud) 10/1 17 6 SVERDON TRIAL .,HOME SECRETARY, 9.4 (Badger) ,,.5/1 1 .3 0 9 6 (About 9,t' r.) Irldlu;;8.4a,(Balley) 5/1 - 12 0 Secbnd Iivi'sion Mercury Bay, 7.12 (Breasley) 8/1 - 18 6 RAWDON STAKES. REGENCY, 8.5 (Box) 9/4 16 6 6 6 (About?5 fpr.) Register, 8.0 (Ralph) 4/1 - 9 6 S Wlliam The Conqueror, 8.0 (Benes) 20/1 - 19 0 OZONE H'WEIGHT STRATEGY, 8.8 (Cook) 4/1 1 10 0 . 10 0 •(About'l! ile) .Devon, 8.7 (Hartney) 10/1 - 19 0 First Division. ,, Prairledale, 8.4.(Heather) 8/1 18 0 ,WILLIAMSTOWN THROTTLE, 6.11 (Unkovich) 33/1 6 6 6 1 9 6 CUP El Golea; 8.7 (Creighton) 6/1, 12 6 (lWj miles) Tranquil Star; 8.6 (Breasley) .. . 10/1 - 18 0 'STAND ALL VEIL', 9,2 (Badger) 7/1 2 1 6 16 0 HANDICAP ~ CroJlck;'9.0(-) ' 6/1 '- 11 0 (6 furlongs):. .Kanur,. 8.2 (---) . 14/1 - 19 0 SEDI)ON' PENATON, 8.3...
ROSEHILL (Sydney) [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 16 November 1941
ROSEHILL (Sydney) TOTE (5!-) RACE PLACED HORSES, RIDERS S.P. WIN PLACE £ s.d.' £ s.d. HURDLE TARTANUS, 7.12 (Tomp"1son) 5/1 1 9 9 8 9 Irlgro,. 7.0 (Gollogly?, " 5/1 nn1peg, 110,0 (Munro)'.:, :5/1 - RACE Glitterin DORYFlame, 9.13 (StantGollogly) 6/4 6 15 (1 miles) Panaru :17.6 (Thomptoner) 5/1 8 0 TWOYEA-OLD ,ODULATION,8. (Munro) 6/4 14 6 7 6 STAKES adi Sa,8.4 (Webster) 2/1 -9 5 (4e fur.) 'Ante pe,.1 (,Kt ox)pson) 33/1 - 1 18 6 atiENCOURAGE RESPONSE, 8.3 (Bartle) 3/1 1 2 0 -9 0 IIANDICAP 'Christopher Mimne, 90.0(Horton) 4/1 - 8 9 (NRICO, 8,7. (i gl'odmory) 11/2 6 3 14 B CLYDE. DEWAR,, 7,12 (Thompson) 5/1 1 9 3 '10 6 HANDICAPY' *Rod rig~ro,; 7.0 (G oilogly)ý " 5/1 - 19 9 (7fur) . *Wnnrpeg, 100 (Munro) . ' , 5/1 - 11 3 NOVEMBER JOHN DORY, 9.13 (Gollogly) 9/4 15 0 No econd ' :; .. " "'. HANDICAP " Musta"iha 7.6:(Thmpon) " ,6/4 -- Piace (1 j1 miles), Cable ,B~oyr,-.8(Wilson) -8/1 .- Divs. 1DIAJDEN, HIiGH- , MOM1IBASA. 8.4 (Wltcis). 20/1. 9 5. 0 2, 9 '1 WEIGHT .H'CAP. Cape Hero, 7,8 (Kn'o...
Duff Cooper Views "Crash Landing" [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 16 November 1941
Duff, Cooper Views "Crash Landing" Melbourne, Thursday..-At Fisher men's,. Bend to-day the visiting British Minister, Mr. Duff Cooper,. saw a .pilot brilliantly execute a "crash landing." When the pilot told the control room by. radio that the defect, had occurred, an ambulance and fire en gine were rushed to the aerodrome. -The pilot made a successful land ing on the plane's wheels:' The air craft will be ready for service again in :a fe v days.
Tropical Leave For Darwin Men [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 16 November 1941
Tropical Leave For Darwin Men Canberra, Friday.--The Min ister for the Army (Mr. Forde) announced to-day that the first batch of troops given tropical leave were now on their way south. He said that the. Dar win men weie entrusted with the defence of an important outpost in Australia in a try ing climate without the ameni ties available at big centres. The Government therefore was anxious ,to make life more con genial for the men stationed there.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 16 November 1941
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BIG TENNIS Davis Cup Players In War Fund Tourney [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 16 November 1941
BIG; ENNIS Davis Cup Players In -War Fund'. Tourney At the New South Wales Lawn Tennis Grounds,. Rushcutter's Bay, Sydney, yes terday,"the State War .Fund'tennis tour natient corimmended. The Davis Cup players Jack Crawford, Adrian .Quist-and 'John, Bromwich:.were. all in excelleht, form.,. . The matches were the, best of three sets: .Bromwich defeated E. Felan 6-1, 6-3. Quist defeated W. Sidwell 6-0, 6-3, and Crawford defeated J. Gilchrist 6-2, 5-7, 6-3.
RACING RESULTS BRISBANE [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 16 November 1941
RACING RESULTS, BRISBANE FOURTH DIVISION HANDICAP (7 furs.).-Crafty Clare, 7.8 .(Morgan). 1: Fairwear, 7.2 (Conquest), 2; Pet Star, .9g (Hobbs), 3. BETTING: 8/1, 20/1, 8/1, Tote: Win, £2/3/-; Place, 14/6, £1/1/-, 14/-. Wori by five lengths, one and a half lengths. Time 1.293. FIRST DIVISION HANDICAP (61,h furs.).-Auction, 8.5 (Spencer), 1; Lady Revenue, 7.10 (Morgan), 2: Jerry, 7.7 (MIcGrowdie), 3. BETTING:. 7/4, 25/1, 8/1. Tote: Win, 13/-: Place. 9/-, £1/5/6. Won by four lengths, one length. Time 1.22 . SECOND DIVISION ' HANDICAP (7 furs.).-Soft Speech; 7.2 (McGrowdie), 1; MIona Bella, 8.0 (Briscoe) and .Viewing (Fordyce), dead heat for second" place. BETTING: 4/1, 5/2, 6/1. , Tote: ,Win, £1/8/-; Plac, .9/6,. 7/6, 10/-, Won by Iwo lengths. ,Time -1.35,1., THIRD DIVISION HANDICAP (7 furs.).-Royal Square, 8.2 (Morriss,. 1: Corban Lady, 8.10. (Briscoe). 2;. Alias Boy, 7.11" (Tindall), 3,'. BETTING:'-8/1, 2/1, 10/1. . Tote: ;Win," £2/1/i; :Placq, 13/-, 8/6, 12/-. W6h by one length, thr...
FAST TIMES AT INTERCLUB SPORTS [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 16 November 1941
FAST TIMESAT - INTERCIY,.B SPORTS Melbourne, Saturday. - Fastest, time for, the 'easozi was recorded at Olympic Park ; to-day .when~ C. Ansen '(St. Stephen's) won the first division of. the "A" Grade mile in; 4.34.3/10. It was the best adistarnce per1oriian~e4 recorded at the Intircltb Spbrtsl;'eld t,-day,' when 'Geeloigg'iidid 'defeated: Said@nghani, by "43 '`oint'sI to 17. ,'Final pointsi. in the "'A" ..'Giade' section iwere: a'CaIton 36; East 'Melbouire 20; :'1Ialveinh 35;' Rfch oidnd 29; Geelong 43; Sandringhami 17; UTniversity 31; Footscray 29; Y.M.C.A. 37; Preston-Northcote 26; N.H.S. 27; St. Stephen's 20.
KEEN SALESMEN [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 16 November 1941
KEEN SALESMEN Corporals Foxwvell and Andrews, of Vestcy's Canteen, are the chani pion purveyors of Army. News. Whenithe delivery truck dumps their bundlec.at the Canteen door early on Sunday and Thursday mornings, these enthusiasts tuck a supply under the arm and in the best tradition of street sellers supply the eager de mand of an army of readers busily engaged at breakfast in the Men's Mess. Those associated with Army News hope their example will be copied and that the N.C.O. in charge of each Canteen will be prompt in forwarding returns, if any. Copies unsold from a previous issue should. be handed to the driver of the de livery- truck when' he calls with the current issue.
DARWIN INFANTRY BTN. [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 16 November 1941
DARWIN INFANTRY BTN. No doubt everyone has heard of the Snake Charmer of Old Bagdad, but it was a surprise to every mem ber of the D.I.H. to learn that. we had a real snake charmer in our midst. Judging byjthe way, Pte. Van Epen handled 'a four foot black snake on Wednesday night, he has had plenty*'of dealingS witli snakes and reptiles of'all descriptions. The Social Club, which is very active these clays, held another con cert on Wednesday night last, and once again the function .was an out standing success. Some first class items were arranged by Lieut.' B3ehm, who deserves most of the credit for a good evening. At present on "vacation" at Blagot, are C.S.M. Hines, Cpl. Osborne and Ptc. Bradford, all from "D" Coy. The C. "Scratch" M. was savaged by a hockey stick which had been caught in a trap. From Bagot comes the news of the breathless expectancy as to the Outconme of a m66st serious operation to be performed on L/Cpl. "Killer" Coutts. This operation will go down in tihe histo...
ACTIVITY SHOWN BY AXIS Rushing Additional Reinforcements [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 16 November 1941
ACTIVITY SHOWN BY AXIS Rushin g.Additional Reie censents The. Axis :is doing its utmost,. tod fling into Libya every .man,.. gun, ati'itank d iircraft: that "can be: spiared from*n.the Ruiissian 'frbit; The Herald correspondent, in cab ling the message, adds: ',The desper ate struggle of the ' Axis Powers to reinforce the 'Libyan front and 'tlih' equally desperate efforts of the British to cut off supplies and fresh troops'; represents a stage ifti thewiir, the.. importaiiiie. of .which 'miglit bbe overlooked unless the significance of the recent-,British naval, successes and R.A.F. bombings' of Sotliherni Italy; Sicily and the Libyari ports is ftilly realised. TRAINS .CRAMMED Trains coming across the Brenner .Pass to Italy, the , correspdndent. writes,' are "cramtined with' reintforce 'ments, and the clockside at 'Naiples ,is crowded. • The wreckage .of. recently-annihi lated convoys. washed iup oti desert coasts and sighted at s'ea is a ritite witness of the Axis's losses, ;but ,t...
SINGAPORE BASE Offer To America [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 16 November 1941
SINGAPORE BASE': Offer To Amerinca That • Britain would offer the United States unrestricted use of the: naval base at Singapore in the event; of war with 'Japan, was the opinion, given by Dr. Victor Purcell, Direc tor-General of the British Malaya Ministry of Information. He predicts that Britain, "in con-'. cert with the defence forces of other'' democratic powers in the Far East;,'. would be able to defend Singapore ' and all Malaya against any possiblei Japanese aggression." "Equipment had been pouring into ' Singapore and Malaya," said .-Dr. , Purcell.