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R.U. Move To Get New Club House [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

R.U. Move To Get New Club House WALCHA, Saturday. -Walcha Rugby Union . Club hopes to have its own club house, equipped with dressing rooms and . showers, next season. In a deputation to Walcha Municipal Council the club was told if could: have, a block of land in Croudace. Street, above Walcha Park, for £50. The club has plans for a club house measuring 40ft X- 20ft on a block of land with, a 50ft frontage and ?164ft in depth. The deputation told council it would extend the building later on.

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BETS UPSET BY HATHOR [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

BETS UPSET BY HATMÄR Middlebrook let her backers down badly when she failed.to gain a place in the "Good Idea" Juve- nile Stakes at Randwick yesterday. After being backed heav- ily at short prices she started at 11-8 on. The race was won by Hathor (4-1), who beat Fair Daughter (20-1), by a short I half head with Wonder Lady (8-1), a short head away, third. As Wonder Lady and Fair Daughter sped past the half mile, Middlebrook was in fifth place. She had improved her position slightly " on the home turn, but weakened in the straight to fii.ish only seventh. Good Trial Hathor finished in very determined "fashion after being third or fourth at the straight entrance and beat Fair Daughter oh the post. Wonder Lady, after being joined in the lead by Fair Daughter at the half-mile, raced clear approaching the home turn and appeared likely to win as she led past the furlong post.by'a couple of lengths' from Fair Daughter. Hathor won one of the t.v ô-year-old barrier trials at Randwick on Sep...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Dicast Upsets Strong Stable [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

Dicast Upsets Strong Stable MELBOURNE, Saturday. - Trainer R. P. Trihey, former Sydney jockey Neville Allen, and the colt Dicast proved a com- bination too strong for the powerful Hoysted stable and champion youngster Clear Springs. After leading almost from the start Dicast beat the 3-1 on favour- ite by a length in the first Gwyn Nursery and caused punters to start the day disastrously. Betting indicated that punters and bookmakers alike agreed that Dicast was the only horse with a chance of ' beating Clear Springs. The colt started at 5-1 after having commanded moderate support - but the market was 15-1 bar two. Dicast was having his third start. He notched suc- cessive seconds to Tenet at Flemington, and to Clear Springs at Caulfield last Saturday. The fact that he ran the live furlongs to-day in a minute caused trainer F. W. Hoysted to say that he was merely too good for Clear Springs, who was left without an excuse. Dicast is the first horse! owned by Messrs. W. Pyle and J. Tr...

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BEPORTED BY THE STEWARDS [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

tiEpmiTEii ur 1 nm STEW AMPS I "Ov>o4> IÜEA" JUVENILE STÍvS.-Chinchanta (W. Campbell) raced greenly and Jugged out prac- tically throughout Ute race. THE "GILLTOWN" YOUTH- FUL STKS.-T. HilU rider _ Finistarrc, questioned concerning that colt losing ground at the starting gates, stated that thc colt was fractious when in the boxes and was leaning on thc back wall of the stall when the gates were released. Hill's statement was verified by thc starter. Inside the last furlong Castle field (A., Richardson), when racing on the rails and making up ground on the i wo leaders, had to bc checked to avoid racing on these horses' heels, and was unable to go round them as Abbuna (A. Eaves) raced up alongside him at that point, placing him in a pocket. GEORGE HERDSMAN STKS. The nomination bf Brunadene was allowed to be amended on payment Of £1. An inquiry was held into cause of Nagpuni (W. Cook) hav- ing to bc checked. inside the last half furlong. At this stage Hans (W. Toohey) came on th...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
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V.R.C. INQUIRY [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

V.R.C. INQUIRY ! MELBOURNE, Saturday. - The stewards opened an inquiry on the course into the cause of Real Charm re- ceiving a check near the 6f. post in the One . Thousand Guineas. They adjourned ? the in- quiry to the. V.R.C. office at 11-30 a.m. ort Thursday. '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

A Car for Xmas! AMERICAN BRITISH CARS ART UNION In aid of Northern Suburbs Catholic Building Fund I9S3 CHEVROLET SEDAN SECOND PRIZE 1953 Vanguard Sedan £1180 Third Prize-President 81 cu. ft. Refrigerator £179 Fourth Prize-President 51 cu. ft. Refrigerator .. £149 Fifth Prize-Milliard Table Combination Radio . £57 Sixth Prize-A. W.A. Portable Radiola "._.. £24 TICKETS £1 eachan books of five) 19,250 tickets only to be sold Drawn 7th December, 1953 AMERICAN BRITISH CARS ART UNION. ! 64 Carlotta Street, ? I GREENWICH, N.S.W. I I Dear Sir, 1 I Please allot me .'.WoV/s ...... tickets in the . J AMERICAN BRITISH CARS ART UNION, forwhich; I I J anclote the tum cf £ and »tamped addressee) 1 I envelope. I I NAME .,...'....,.,>..»....,.,............ S ADDRESS .. 1

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

HOW TO REPAIR s GARE FO^ YOUR OWN CAR ! *^J§ 1 1ÊJk 11 OJ«; I lr»r *ha*vital f""T*' j j S ^^^^^ ^MSwai^^ffi^î t»*x »» A * I ^and insurance if delivered*' Safeguard your car investment . - . Your car ls a valuable Investment-hera's how to safeguard that Investment, how to maintain the value of your property by doing yourself the minor repairs and adjustments that are sometimes left until too late. Here's how to save money, by completing In your own back yard the minor repair jobs that once you left to a hurried garage mechanic. "Practical Australian Motorist Illustrated" tells you all this ... tells you the danger signals of impending trouble .,. advises you how to trace these back to their source . . . and whether they are a job you can do yourself, or a major garage repair. SAVE AT LEAST £30 A YEAR Here's how yo« can pay for your book more than 40 times ovef; just by doing yourself the simple main- tenance jobs described be- low! Now check the figures In the table below - hero are ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

^1 ^ ^ ^ . Refresh villi Schweppes! This grand idea 1 has been thc popular thing to do in Australia for over I 75 years. Marlene and Alice Bauer, Jackie Piing and j Peggy Kirk have already found Schweppes is best ... I and for refreshment, they all join in thc dionis ... I "Palato is the most delicious drink we've ever tasted." fl PALATO true to the fruit «É^MM^ SchwepP6ï ^ SPARKLING ^^^^^^^^^^ ^^ J^^^^^Mä^St^^^SCHWEPPERVESCENCE LASTS U 1590 J^^^^^^^^M^^^ THE WHOL£ DR,NK THROUGH

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

ACHES ANO At my age a man should be in the prime of his life and I feel I am-thanks to a daily dose of Kruschen. So many chaps I know continually complain about vague aches and pains, yet do nothing about it. Well, I look at it this way, most of us live at a pretty high tension these days, and every man needs some- thing to counteract (lie inevitable strain on Ii is system. That's why I take Kruschen-a balanced combination of mineral salts that not only keeps the bloodstream free of impurities, but has an amazing tonic effect as well. Remember, Kruschen Salts will keep you fit too. SALTS GET THAT FAMOUS KRUSCHEN FEELING! Trial Size 1/9, Large Economy Size 3/3-Everywhere!

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"PILLAR TO POST" [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

"PILLAR TO POST" ROBERT (left) and Michael, sons of ex- ecuted atom spies Julius and Ethel Rosenberg (radio photo).

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Dominie Will Carry On By A STAFF CORRESPONDENT IN LONDON [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

The Dominie Will Carry On By A STAFF CORRESPONDENT IN LONDON FORTY-THREE children at Summerhill School, in Suffolk, gave their headmaster a birthday present last night-a bottle of Scotch. The headmaster, Alexander Sutherland Neil!, who has been telling parents and teachers for 40 years to leave children alone, was 70 yesterday. T AST week I called on ' Neill. He is a big shaggy Scot, with shrewd blue eyes, straggly white hair, and an unshaken faith in letting children "just grow." He was wearing blue denim pants, a couple of woollen sweaters, . and a windbreaker with big cheer- ful checks. Anyone less like a headmaster would be hard to imagine. His school is falling to pieces for want of money to carry out repairs to the damage wrought by two generations of gangster pupils. But what depresses Neill more than his school's com- mercial failure is that pros- pects for "free" education are gloomy, too. Despite his 15 books, which have won world-wide attention (among them "That Dreadful ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

See these magnificent brand new designs created by Bruce & Wal, les. lt's one of Bruce & Walsh's ex- quisite new designs-the kind that have kept Bruce & Walsh's rings In the forciront oí Jewellery news for (Itt/ rears. And jon can be sure of outstanding value as well as outstanding designs -because we're actual makers. Even If you're not ready lo buy, give yourself (he pleasure of seeing these new rings in tho comfort and privacy of our special diamond salon. You'll be very welcome-and (herc's no obli- gation, of course. If yoa decide (o buy, you're fully protected by our guarantee to refund your money if you're noi completely satisfied. WRITE FOR NEW CATALOGUE IN FULL COLOURS. Uave your ears painlessly pierced with latest Imported Instrument. _ ruce&Walsh DIAMOND RING MAKERS FOR 50 YEARS. 556 Ccorse Street, SYDNEY. A (cw yards from Town Hall Station.

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"I'D GO TO GAOL AGAIN" —Funeral Director [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

TD GO TO GAOL AGAIN" -Funeral Director Ashfield funeral director, Mr. Leslie Andrews, was released from Long Bay Gaol yesterday after serving 62 days rather than pay a £ 30 fine. Mr. Andrews, looking fit and well when he walked out of the gaol yesterday, said: "I have paid the price demanded by a bureaucracy which insists human beings must be simply cogs in a machine." "After more than enough time for reflection, I am satisfied that I did the right thing in putting up a fight for British jus- tice. "My attitude still is that the Prices Commissioner did not have the right to de- mand intimate details of my business unless he had grounds for believing that I was overcharging. "1 worked hard to build up my business and, if people did not want my ser- vices, they were free to choose someone else." Stood Firm Andrews was gaoled fol- lowing refusal to pay a fine imposed when he would not divulge business information to the Prices Commissioner. While he was in gaol,' efforts were made by b...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Burnt Girl Drifts In Yacht [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

Burnt Girl Drifts In Yacht BRISBANE, Saturday.-A young woman, critically burnt, drifted 24 hours in a small yacht off the Queensland coast on Thursday and Friday. She is Mrs. Shirley Gwendoline Paterson, 18, who is now in Yeppoon Hospital in a serious con- dition. Her husband, Ron Pater- son, is in the same hospital but his condition is satis- factory. Mrs. Paterson was burnt when a spirit stove in her husband's 28ft cutter Joy Bird exploded on Thursday morning. ! She had been cooking breakfast while thc vessel Jay at anchor in deserted Island Head Creek, about 60 miles north of Yeppoon. They had sheltered in thc creek overnight after sailing from Gladstone on a cruise to New Guinea with a friend, Joseph Patrick Lee. The stove exploded with- out warning and Mrs. Pater- son was enveloped in flames. Her husband half-pushed, half-carried her up the com- panionway to the deck and told her to jump overboard. She jumped and Paterson and Lee jumped after her. They placed her in the dinghy ...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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He's Free At Last [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

He's Free At Last Leslie Stuart Andrews, funeral director, lcaviog Long Bay Gaol yesterday.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Restless Rabbi In Search Of Tolerance Man In The Public Eye [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953

Restless Rabbi In Search Of Tolerance Man In The Public Eye ABOUT eight years ago, after a heavy day's work trying to thresh out a solution to the Palestine prob- lem, the British Ambassador to Washington and the rep- resentative of world Jewry were sitting at ease over a couple of glasses. "There are three tilings we have in common," said Lord Inverchapel to Maurice Perl zweig, "-we like the same brand of whisky, smoke the same kind of tobacco, and have the same consuming be- lief in human rights." Dr. Perlzweig, Director of the World Jewish Congress' Political Department and consultant to the United Nations, who arrived in Sydney last week on an official visit to Jewish communities in the Commonwealth, is certainly no ascetic. The senses gather that, before he has uttered a word. To the nose he conveys a bland aura of cigar smoke; the eyes see a nuggety figure in a well-cut grey flannel suit, a smooth-shaven vis- age. Into the ears, when he does start talking, rolls a river of im-...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953

HÄRTER? S Bargain Centre (3rd floor), Dukinr; llouu RAWSON PLACE, 501 PITT STREET Today's Special Bargain RbDUCbD TO flin Plain neadcloth I oplln and Spun In IO pastel shades Cost 9/14 r/8 Now 3/11 I2ln Snow white Sheet .) , Ins Tard '?I lOln Fitrn Heaty OB 7 #j Cillco Yard t/3 IGln Pr Lawn and \l\\ Glncham five shades Jf ' ? Poplin white blue o in fawn rrey Yard .*/' Min Fnrllsb Pr Spun Breen wine na»r Coil J/li 12ln Shirting rrej 7 ,n Cost 5/0 Yard */» Fxtra heary Sheets iùtii Va 53 x 90 pr I»/11 Extra stronir Snow white Sheets SO x 90 3Q/14 5»ln Extra Heatj Shectinc DU Cost 9/f f Extra heaTj Snow white Pillow Cases 19 « /n x 29 3/7 Use our Mall Order Please add 1 ostare Satisfaction Assured or Money Daik Phone MA5781 GAlNSlbs IN 7 DAYS Don't be discouraged If you ar« weale, underweight, tired out, sickly-unable to gain an ounce of flesh or strength no matter what you eat. A California physician, In prescribing for and treating the Cinema Stars of Hollywood, has discovered » secre...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953

"The Leading Light" ?COMPARE THE PRICES NOW AT ALL STORES Just measure thr width and drop of your window and mil at the fcillouinc lending stores for a free quote: Mark Foy's Limited; Nock A KIrti> Limited. or write us direct: "WANGO" BAMBOO BLINDS MADE TO YOUR MEASUREMENTS The difference between "Waneo" Bamboo Blinds and ordinary Bamboo Ulinda is: 1. An j ftlze made to order. 2. Cords controlled from one slile for better appearance and easy handling. 3. Half Inch slats of refined bamboo with extra strone thread, 4. If desired, finger-tip con- trol with facia board aiallable. DAVID WANG & COMPANY The Only Bamboo Blind Specialist 198 Little Bourke Street, Melbourne. Tel. Ffl3495 TMTïii '???""'" "".ilI¿¿¿¿'¿^'// ''/'' "'//ff/t/////?/.'// -////"A \ à LOTTERY N°5 4 Samt m ffHWfoéfr ?}m#$mem*e VACOS 2 Ho/uewrsMW0tpe# "CHURCHILL" A block of two modern Fl.iU In brick In a domlnntln; position, close to bus transport to eil}- anti Muni). Om tMo-bedroom Flat completely furnished, o...

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[?]ING IN A [?]N'S LIFE [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953

MWK INS LIFE ¡îfLÏ81 ^etch of his foadwork along J** RIGHT: He chops for half an ^thncewuhout sign of fatigue.

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CARRUTHERS SEEKING QUICK KNOCK-OUT [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953

CARRUTHERS SEEKING QUICK KNOCK-OUT World bantamweight champion Jimmy Carruthers said last night: "I will be out to finish Gault as soon as possible." - Carruthers was commenting on his approach to his world title defence against American "Pappy" Gault at the Sydney Sports Ground on November 13. ' The champion has moved to his training camp at Kurnell with his party which includes trainer Bill McConnell, Mrs. McCon nell, and sparring partners Billy Herbert, Bert O'Keefe and Charlie Dunn. | He said yesterday: "I Want to clinch the fight be- yond all doubt. The title Is a valuable thing to me and naturally I want to retain it without any arguments over the deci- sion. "I do not think that we in Australia could find a more fair-minded and responsible body than the N.S.W. Police Citizens Boys' Clubs to stage the bout. "Gault has been saying ¡n newspapers that he was robbed of fights against Billy Peacock and Robert Cohen and I don't want him to say the same about this fight, if it goes t...

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