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FIRE BLOW TO BUILDERS Tile Plant Blaze [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 February 1949
FIRE BLOW TO BUILDERS Tile Plant Blaze Public and private housing construction will be seriously impeded by a £10,000 fire which broke out at the Lion Tile Co. Pty. Ltd., in Liverpool Road, Enfield, yesterday morning. The fire destroyed the electric equipment supplying power for the manufacture of tiles and plastic bricks. It will mean /a weekly ¡ loss of 80,000 bricks and enough tiles to roof 40 houses. The secretary of the company, Mr. W. J. O'Reilly, said last night that the company was the second largest in the Common i wealth. . He believed it would be diffi- cult to obtain new electric motors and the shortage of bricks and tiles would be acute for some time. The chairman of the Council ot Roof Tile Manufacturers, Mr. Clifford Green, said it was diffi- cult to estimate how long it would be before production was lesumed. "A firm to-day has to put its I order in for tile-making plant al long way ahead to secure deli- ] very," he said. Mr. Green said that Sydney | had 1S tilemakin...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 February 1949
David Jones' FOR SERVICE Toni' The amazing Home Permanent Waving Kit at David Janes' Herel The super*indelible "VAL GUITARR" LIPSTICK At last England sends us its super-indelible, smear-proof lipstick in the fluted pint: and blue plastic case. In 6 popular shades at 2/3. GROUND noon; ELIZABETH ST..STORE Follow the whole world into TARTANS . . . gay, lighthearted, colour conscious tartans, so sure to top all records, in cut with the flair that makes "Henley's" famous . . . distinguished by the usual detail, carrying the price tags that put "Henley's" within reach of every pocket. Two styles, 32 to 38, are ¡ust 94/6 ... too, take to tartans as fish to water. Velveteen accented Jackets, 32 to 36, are 89/6, » while 12-gore "New Yorker" Skirts, 26 to 28, are 69/ tnd FLOOX, ELIZABETH ST. STORE IK SORRY, NO MAIL OR PHOttE ORDERS For the first time in years... If this famous sock yarn shrinks, 'Viyella' guarantees replacement. Now it is here in grey, clerical grey, brown and navy at 2/- oz....
Zionist Dinner For Dr. Evatt [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 February 1949
Zionist Dinner » For Dr. Evatt! The . Minister for External Affairs, Dr. H. V. Evatt, will at- tend a dinner given in his honour by the Zionist Federation of Aus tralia and New Zealand to-night. The dinner will be at the Pad- dington Town Hall. A spokesman for the federation said yesterday that the dinner was intended as a tribute to Dr. Evatt for his mignificent work at UNO for Palestine and his states- manlike work for Australia.
LIBERALS HAIL NEW QUEENSLAND PACT See Example For Victoria [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 February 1949
LIBERALS HAIL NEW QUEENSLAND PACT See Example For Victoria CANBERRA, Saturday.-Liberal circles regard the completion of a firm Federal election pact between the two Opposition Parties in Queens« land' as the most hopeful development in Liberal-Cquntry Party relations since the inter-Party crisis blew up in Victoria. Many Country Party mern- | bers, including some Victori- ans, are out of patience with the squabbling between the anti-Labour parties in Vic- toria, and see the formation of a joint Liberal-Country Party as the only realistic solution in that State. ' A strong section of the Coun try Party, however, will vigorously íesist any move for. a merger. They fear that it would mean the swamping of Country Party in- terests. Federal leaders of both parties are less concerned with State problems than with the imminence of the Federal elections. Tt is believed that Federal pres- sure has been brought upon the Victorian parties to compose theu differences-so far with little success....
W. SUBURBS TENNIS [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 February 1949
W. SUBURBS TENNIS -. Matches pla>«d yesterday in the Western Suburbs hard court championships resulted - A grade mens doubles H Lewis and A Edge beat D Rohr and A Horsfield 6 4 5 7 6-4 R Reid and T Comber beat J Curtis and J Cornier 6 0 6 2 A reserve mens doubles E Neilson and B Harvey be« R Horne and R Henry 7 5 6 4 R Souter and M Souter bt.nt V Kellchcr and D Murdoch 6 2 6 3 K Clarke and T Cranston beat B Lcnckc and M Keough 6 3 5 7 6 3 H Donald and H Austin beat R Smith and J Winfield 6 1 6 2 T Grant and J Ajrcs beat r Dunne and T Maguire 3 6 6 3 7 5 A reserve mixed diiuhks R Dickinson and Mrs M Mci arlanc beat 1 Collier and Miss Hogan 6 4 9 7 B grade men s singles A Hobbs beat N tdvvards 4 6 7 5 7 5 li px ide men s douilles W Gee and I Martin bent A Wilkinson and R Mitchell 6 0 6 8 6 0k Austin and R Station beat K Hurncy and r Hurncy 8 6 6 3 N Cook and J Williams beat N Somers and K Hatton 6 2 6-4 G Ardcll and R Et,an beat C Mansell and P Hen dricks 6 2 5 7 9 7 N Phillips and...
SHOWGROUND SPEEDWAY [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 February 1949
SHOWGROUND SPEEDWAY » Sidecar Serilcli Unce, 3 laps, gate slart-Heal one P Glynn I. C Hodse kiss. 2, E Adlam, 3 Time, lm 15s Hcat two B Martin, 1, F Nixon. 2. E Steward, 3 Time. Im 10 2-5s Open Snlo Handicap, 3 laps, dutch start-Heal one 11 Byrnes (140yds behind). I, C Garland (lloyds), 2, E Phelps (70yds), 3 Time, lm 14 is Heat two J Blags (T B H ) I. G Warren (140yds), 2. A Wall (60>ds). 3 Time lm Ss Heat three A Statham (I40jds) I, R Sutton (80yds) 2. A D i\ ics (50yds). 3 Time, lm 8 2 5s Chnllmge Sidecar Match, 2 laps rolling start-C llodgckiss, I, J Car- ruthers, 2 Time 45 2 5s Intcrnntiniiiil Match Itacc, 3 laps, rol- ling start-A Statham (Eng), 1, B Byrnes (NSW) 2, J Bigges (Vic), 3 Time, 59 1 5s (Record ) Open Sidecar Handicap, 3 laps, clutch start-Hcat one B Martin (110yds), 1, J Cirruthers (160yds) 2, V Gljnn (80yds). 3 Time, Im 13 3-5s Open Sidecar Handicap, heat two F Nixon (70yds), 1 J Shearer (40yds), 2 no third Time, lm 15 4-5s Stars' scratch race. 3 laps gate star...
BROMWICH ASKED TO TAKE PLACE WITH TEAM [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 February 1949
BROMWICH ASKED TO TAKE PLACE WITH TEAM By Frank Tierney The president of the N.S.W.L.T. A., Mr. B. Fuller, K.C., yesterday publicly asked John Bromwich to take up his place in Australia's Davis Cup team. Mr. Fuller said .this after Bromwich and Adrian Quist had beaten Bill Sidwell and Geoff Brown in the deferred 1948 State men's doubles final. Presenting Bromwich and Quist with the champion- ship trophy, Mr. Fuller de- scribed them as one of the greatest doubles teams in Australian tennis. "I hope Bromwich will play overseas this year," said Mr. Fuller. Decision Soon It is understood that Brom wich will give his decision to the L.T.A. of Australia this week. The match, played before 3,000 people, was.the deferred final of the 1948 doubles cham- pionship of New South Wales. Bromwich and Quist won, 6-4, 6-2, 3-6. 2-6; 6-1. On the previous Saturday they had beaten Sidwell and Brown in the final of the Australian championship in Adelaide. Play Not Keen -Yesterday's match lacked the keen...
Courts In Sth. Africa New To Our Players [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 February 1949
Courts In ' Sth. Africa New To Our Players - » By John Bromwich The Australian tennis team to tour South Africa will find conditions differ- ent to what they arc used to. ' I This applies especially to Jahanncsburg, the tennis cen- tre of South Africa. Members of the team arc Mr. T. Linn (manager), Geoff Brown, George Worthington, Ken McGregor, Tom Warhurst, Mrs. Thelma Long, and Miss Joyce Fitch. Ball control is difficult in the high altitude, and it is not un- usual to find a good length ball land in thb grandstand on some- body's lap. Breathing is difficult, and any- body with asthma has a bad time. The porous, slippery courts favour the steady baselincr. No doubt this is the reason South Africa's champion, Eric Stur- gess, has developed his style. Personally, I don't think these conditions will suit our players, who should be more at home on the grass courts at Capetown. Team Strong As a four-man team, we should be too strong for South Africa, and the tour should be the means of...
SWIMMING EVENTS [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 February 1949
SWIMMING EVENTS * BALMAIN - 110yds breaststrokc championship C Scabcrg 1m 30s 1 G Amacice 2 E Johnson 3 Relay L Papps and J Barber Im 51 4s 1 G Amadce W Birbcr 2 R Delaney R Himpson 3 BONDI-25jds under 9srs club chun pionship A Murray 16s I T Cope 2 P Dobson 3 2Sy~às under llyrs club championship M Rose 21s 1 K His coe 2 J Ó Rcgin 3 GRANT^ ILI E CLYDE -55yds senior breaststrokc championship B McDomld 39s 1 M Mice 2 B Kelly 3 55jds under 14 bickstrokc chjmi irnship G Beresford 48 3s 1 J Martin 2 A Carrig 3 33yds under 14 handicap B Jarren 27s 1 K Gilmore 2 G licrcs ford 3 110yds under 12 freestyle chun pionship N Banks Im 33s 1 G Bell 2 I) Wirren 3 16yds hindlcip under 12 N Ilinks 9 8s 1 R Hudson 2 B Roberts 3 MANIY-110yds senior bickstrokc championship B Hoskin lm 26s 1 I I cckic ^ M Foster 3 25yds Junior bickstrokc championship G Shicdow ?>« 5s I L Flood 2 J Rlckird 3 100yds intermediate backstroke chim pionship L Drumgold lm 312s 1 J Duggin 2 I Ellerston 3 NORTHBRIDGE-33yds A g...
Found Their Rifles Hot To Hold [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 February 1949
Found Their Rifles Hot To Hold -» The heat was so intense at Anzac Range yesterday that some marksmen had difficulty in holding their rifles. Burnt fingers were not un common Despite the heit there was some good scoring Single stage possibles were obtained by Hilton James of Parramatta K Borhntf of Bulli and R Clarke, of Metropolitan Railways The bulls eye at 300 yards is now only li inches with only one half of that visible Best aggregate scores for the day were compiled by W Wilson and R Clarke of Metropolitan Railways, each 97, closely foi lowed by J Pollard of Metro politan Railways and D Loon of Concord each 96 At Cfntswood J Wharton scored 96, at 700 yards A CM-20 shots C O Neil 91 S Maxim C Tildesley 90 A Holland 87 F Marshall 86 A WriRht 85 C Thompson 84 J Brothle J Plckin 83 R Finch M O Connor 80 ANNANDALE-20 »hols J Windle I freeman 89 A Waller 88 V Lin foot J Javes 87 W Frecmin r Mor ris J Kelman A Mohr W HilH han 85 BANKSTOWN-20 shots L Butler F Dehn 90 A Adims W Clunes ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 February 1949
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Victoria Relies On Olympians [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 February 1949
Victoria Relies On Olympians » MELBOURNE, Saturday. -The Victorian Women's Swimming Association will rely on their two Olympic stars, Judy Joy Davies and Marjorie McQuade, to re- tain the Corbett Shield at the Australian swimming championships at Brisbane on February 19 and 26. Victoria first won the shield in 1947. The team of four is: Judy Joy Davies, Marjory McQuade, and June Cabena, with Pat Barnett (diving). Judy Joy Davies will contest the 110 yards backstroke, 165 medley, 110, 220, 440, and 880 yards freestyle, and the medley team. Marjory McQuade will race in the junior 110 yards and 220 yards freestyle and backstroke, 110 and 220 yards freestyle, and medley team. June Cabena will try to add the Australian title to her Vic- torian 220 yards breaststroke suc- cess. _
the Loves of CARMEN Rita Hayworth Has Title Role In Modern Version Of Merrimee's Classic [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 February 1949
the I oves of Rita Hayworth Has Title Role In Modern .Version Of Merrimee's Classic WHEN Columbia Pic- tures decided to film Prosper Mer rimee's "Carmen," one of the most voluptuous love stories o£ all time, Rita Hayworth was the obvious choice for the title role. Born into a famous dancing family, Margarita Carmen "Cansino, or Rita Haywórth, be- gan life in the restless atmos . phcre of American vaudeville. The Cansinos had been famous for several generations in Spain. Rita's grandfather had been a dancer at the court of King Alfonso. Her father came to New York in a Spanish dance team with his sister, Elisa, and there met Volga Haworth, a show-girl, whom he married. Rita was taught to dance as soon as she could walk, and taken on the road, sleeping in trunks, watching from the wings, ajod furtively making up against the time when she, too, would appear with her parents. * * * QHE did not perform on the stage until the family had , settled in Hollywood, where they had a dancing aca...
SPEEDBOAT DETAILS [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 February 1949
SPEEDBOAT DETAILS STUART DOYLE COLD CUP lOVi miles heat t -Kerlle (K Ritchie) 1 Tops (L O Neill) 2 Diane (N Walktr) ? Winners time 14m 29s Average «peed 43 4 m p h Heat 2 -Kerilc (K Ritchie) 1 Tops CL O Neill) 2 Orana (C Slimy) 3 Winners time 14m 20Ws Average speed 44 2 m p h Ker ile vvon the championship in straight heats K M V C PORT HACKING Speed Doit l'oint Score Handicap (Vice Com moilore F J Stewart Trophy) 2 Ups Heat 1 -Mak Slccar (R Belshavv) I tlcrvlc (V Fortescue) 2 Orana (C Silnty) 3 Winners time 3m 9'As licit 2- Orana (G Saint)) 1 Wot N-ime (C Lewis) 2 Bcrvlc (V Tories cue) 3 Wlnnir s lime 2m 5fis Final lolnt-Orana 150 Hcrvlc 125 Mak Skcir 100 Speed Bo it Point Score H indicap -(W E Cooper Cup) 3 lips Heit 1-Destiny &lt;R Cotteril!) I Or in i (G Slimy) 2 Wot Name (C Lewis) 1 Winner s time 4m 30s Heit "> -Destiny (R Cottcrlll) 1 Orina (G Sainty) 2 Wot Name (C lewis) 3 Winner s time 4m 29s 1 innl I olnls - Destiny 200 Orana 150 Wot Nime 100 Unlimited Speed Boat ...
Tell Me, Doctor... A Very Brave Man. Tennis Elbow. Age Does Not Wither. Heart is the Victim. Now, Artery Banks [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 February 1949
Tell Me, Doctor... A Very Brave Man . Tennis Elbow . Age Does Not Wither . Heart is the Victim . Now, Artery Banks This feature by Our Medical Correspondent will appear in the Magazine section each week. All names used in this article are fictitious. Copyright. A S the Macquarie Street i * specialist accompanied his patient to the door, where they shook hands, he beckoned to his nurse. There was a look, of weariness* in .his eyes as he said, "Don't show the next patient in for a moment or two. A very brave man left me just now." "He had such a pretty young wife waiting for him," . the nurse remarked. "And he spoke to her so cheerfully." "He said his wife was out- side," the doctor said. "But he wouldn't bring her in and he told me that I was never to tell her the truth for he be- lieved he knew the truth, and he was only seeing me as a matter of form.' ? "Some months ago he came to me with "a growth in his neck. It was - undoubtedly malignant and after it had been reduced with X-ray...
Lord Inchcape On Private Trip To Sydney [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 February 1949
Lord Inchcape On Private Trip To Sydney -« Lord Inchcape, senior partner in Macdonald Hamilton and Co., arrived in Sydney yesterday incog- nito by Qantas Constellation from Britain. 'His name was not on the plane's passenger-list given to the Press by Qantas, and the Earl passed through Customs barriers without newspaper representatives being aware of his identity. j When interviewed later in the .city, Lord Inchcape said he had ! come to Sydney on a private visit to his brother, the Hon. Alan Mackay, of Edgecliff.. I He will also confer with Mac-, donald Hamilton and Company's, Sydney representatives while he is I here. Lord Inchcape said he arrived incognito because' he was tired j after a long journey through the I East and did not wish to be inter- viewed at the airport. I
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 February 1949
artan 'Taffeta'Eveniní Gown PRETTY PYJAMAS SU AQÇ\] For the woman .11.40VI wh£J likes her lingerie to be completely femi- nine, these pyjamas offer com- fort as well. The jacket is gathered from the yoke, and the pocket is handy for the elusive bed-time handkerchief. Frilling makes a- dainty trimming for the de pATTERNS are 1/6 each anti can be obtained From (he "Sunday Herald" Pattern Deportment, Sth Floor, Herald Building (Pill Street entrance), or by post. They are available for one month from date of publication. ORDER FORMS SHOULD BE PRESENTED WITH EACH ORDER ONER THE COUNTER OR ENCLOSED WITH APPLICATIONS BY POST, i Send postal applications to "The Sunday Herald" "iittcrn Service, Box 506, G.P.O., Sydney, enclosing postal note for 1/6 for each pattern ordered. GIVE THE PATTERN NUMBER, SIZE, YOUR FULL NAME AND ADDRESS. mure Peter Pan collar, the yoke and the pocket. Make the pyjamas -from rose-bud patterned lingerie rayon, silk, cotton or lawn, and trim with frilling or lace. Fo...
Mrs. Lancaster Suggests TWO MENUS FOR THE WEEK MACARONI LOAF [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 February 1949
Mrs. Lancaster Suggests TWO MENUS FOR THE WEEK LUNCH Macaroni Loaf Baked Bananas with Ice Cream DINNER Watermelon Balls Savoury Mutton Shanks Creamed Potatoes Tomato Pie Orange Coconut Cus- tard Black Coffee MACARONI LOAF \/0U need: li cups maca * roni. 1 cup soft breadcrumbs. 1 tblspn minced or grateo onion. 2 tblspns. finely chopped green pepper. i cup finely diced carrot } cup finely diced celery 2 eggs. 1 tblspn. grated cheese. 1 tblspn. chopped parsley 1 cup milk or white stock Pepper and salt to taste. Method: Cook the macaroni in plenty of boiling . salted water to which a small clove of garlic has been added. Strain and remove garlic. Beat eggs, add to milk, pour over crumbs and soak until soft, then beat until almost smooth. Add re- maining ingredients and co'ok in a well-greased loaf pan in á dish containing a little water in a moderate oven for about 45 minutes. Serve hot with tomato sauce made from fresh tomatoes or cold with a salad BAKED BANANAS WITH ICE CREAM You need...