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Change Of Dog Fixture [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 February 1949
Change Of Dog Fixture __-4-, The 'Harold Park grey- hound meeting set down for next Saturday night has ,been cancelled. A meeting will be held at Wentworth Park. Earth-moving operations at Harold Park have made the pad- dock enclosure temporarily unfit for use. Qualifying trials set down for to-morrow night at Harold Park have been cancelled. Nominations for next Saturday night at Wentworlh Park will close at the N.C.A. office to- morrow at noon. ' ' i More than Í0 nomination» were received at Wentworth Park last night.
News Pictures From All Over The World [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 February 1949
News Pictures From Ali Or er The War id I i ?lí»«lf Ä^» r'''"s ^.S. '^'r Force rocket has reach- ] ^?."HM^I. ed supersonic speeds. It is capable I nf attaining altitudes of more than 100 miles. It is 32 feet ] in length. The guided missile heads for the upper spaces from the launching platform at White Sands, New Mexico, proving grounds. It is powered by a liquid fuel motor. Pi ..S---,«^ Prince Carl Gustaf, 2, is second in suece.v L ***.?'*'. sion to the throne of Sweden. He is shown here in a room at the Royal Palace, Stockholm, playing with his toy motor car. ni-_--r,Weather men say it wasn't the heat that ^. * W^ " . made it seem hot last week, it was the j humidity. On Friday-most humid day this summer-these children had this solution. 4^1 . Mr. K. Coppin;;, with beard, 28, headmaster and sponsor of the International Children's ^«HM^» Union, spoke to an almost empty hall at the union's inaugural meeting in London. The union seeks votes for children, no caning, smoking and drinki...
RACE NEWS FROM ALL SOURCES BLUE TULIP IS IMPROVING [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 February 1949
I RACE NEWS I FROM ALL SOURCES 1 ' BLUE TULIP IS IMPROVING .-.-f í Blue Tulip (W. Briscoe) showed greatly improved form to win the seven furlongs Flying Handicap at Rosehill yesterday. v After firming from 7-1 to 13-2, she finished strongly to win by a length from Exalted (6-1), with Davalomarne (11-2) three lengths away, third. Ridden by W. Cook, and car- rying 7-11, Blue Tulip finished only a moderate sixth in the Rosehill Flying on January 22. , The race was won by Clipper from Romany King and Davalo- marne. , Though she had been showing sound form, she started at 10-1 in that race. ' ' Blue Tulip is trained by T. Murray for Mr. P. Mccormick, who, when training her, won many races with her in the west- ern districts. ( She is an aged mare by Ram pion from White Tulip. When she scored her first Syd ney win in a Mixed Stakes over six furlongs at Canterbury last February, Blue Tulip was in En- courage class. Early this season she won two Canterbury welters, run over six furlongs and...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 February 1949
U/10 they're fashion's [ latest whim! Little ducks, 1 chickens, bees, or perhaps a glittering crown, to be worn in twos and threes on your lapel, your cuff ... in fact, anywhere that fancy tells you. Coloured pseudo-gems set in I gilt-finished sterling silver. From 14/- each. Ehouds Jewellery - Ground Floor CORNER OF KING AND PITT STREETS. BW27ZI TI ^ ake snapshots at with KODAK FILM You con rely on Kodak Film for the clearest, brightest snapshots. At tennis, on picnics or af the beach you can always preserve those happy memories with Kodak Film. IN THE FAMILIAR YELLOW BOX ^m^r ROOAK ¡A/ASIA) PTY. LTD., 379 «. 316 GEORGE STREET, SYDNBT. Aho of N«veoifli md Katoomba. KODAK DEALERS EVERYWHERE.
HOW GOVERNMENT GRABBED CITY OFFICE SPACE Crowding Out Of Private Tenants By A Special Reporter [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 February 1949
HOW GOVERNMENT GRABBED CITY OFFICE SPACE Crowding Out Of Private Tenants 2'i , By A Special Reporter You would like a nice office of your own in Sydney? Well, so would the Real Estate Institute -and they have sought in vain for something better than their basement for over a year. What Hope 'have you got? The famine in office space is so great, that the few tenants who want to quit can command up to £500 key money for assignment of a modest suite. Sub-letting of cramped corners of offices, with use of telephone, is a widespread practice. It's no use looking to the Government for help. While blocking new office construc- tion (probably rightly, in view of housing urgencies), Fede- ral and State authorities have led the hunt for office space. The Government has ruthlessly used its power to resume compul sorily properties that take its fancy-major examples being Phillip House and the Grace Building, Frazer House, and the buildings between the railway , offices in York Street and Mar- g...
City Constable Dies After Crash On Road To Bowral [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 February 1949
City Constable | Dies After Crash On Road To Bowral -« Constable Alan Patch, of Rose Bay police, died in Bowral Hospital after his motor cycle had crashed six miles from Bowral yesterday afternoon. He was aged 26, was married, with one young child, and lived in Tamarama Street, Bondi. He joined the Police Force after serving in the last war. Yesterday he was assigned to the Paddington Vice Squad, and was on his way to Bowral when his motor cycle swerved off the road and crashed. Sydney detectives following in a patrol car picked him up at the roadside and rushed him to hospital. He died soon afterwards.
MODERN GLIDER MADE IN GARAGE BUILT SAILPLANE IN SPARE TIME [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 February 1949
MODERN GLIDER MADE IN GARAGE Mr. Les Squires, 25, with the sailplane he built in his spare time. The plane will be test flown this afternoon. BUILT SAILPLANE IN SPARE TIME ,-»_ , A 25-yeâY-old draughtsman yesterday finished build* ing a modern sailplane in a garage in Parramatta Road, Ashfield, after working on it in his spare time for 2\ years. He is Mr. Les Squires, of i Denman Avenue, Haberfield, an office employee of De Havilland Aircraft Company at Bankstown. This afternoon Mr. Martin Warner, one of Australia's gliding champions, will test-fly the sail plane at Camden aerodrome, near Sydney. The sailplane is a high-winged monoplane with a wing-span of 45ft. It is l8ftiong, weighs 3001b, and is designed to fly to 15,000ft at speeds up to 45 miles an hour. Mr. Squires said yesterday he had had no previous experience in aircraft building before he made the sailplane. He added: "When I secured plans and specifications of a Grünau sailplane, I decided I could follow them and build a...
BOY DRANK POISON Elizabeth Bay Tragedy [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 February 1949
BOY DRANK POISON .-, Elizabeth Bay Tragedy Geoffrey Ronald White, 14, died after drinking a photogra- phic mixture containing silver nitrate, at his father's flat in Bill yard Avenue, Elizabeth Bay, early yesterday morning. Police have been unable to find a motive for his action. The boy, a pupil at Sydney Grammar School, was a keen photographer. With his parents, he arrived from England in Sep- tember. On Friday night he said he in- tended going for a walk. He did not return until midnight. His father asked him where he had been. The boy said he had fallen asleep in Rushcutter Park. The father said he would get him a glass of milk. When he took it to the boy's room, the boy was seated on the bed. He had a bottle in his hand. His father asked what it was. The boy said it was poison. He handed his father the bottle, then collapsed. The boy was dead when he was taken to St. Vincent's Hospital. After a post-mortem at the city 'morgue, specimens were sent to the Government Analyst for 1...
Stole Blocks Of Chocolate [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 February 1949
I Stole Blocks j Of Chocolate -i-. James Travers, 19, labourer, was fined £15 in Central Court yesterday for stealing two quarter pound blocksof chocolate. Constable K. Stevens sam tnat Travers entered a city cafe and demanded cigarettes from a cus- tomer. "When he was refused the cigarettes, Travers reached over the cafe counter and took the chocolates," said the constable. He added that Travers had been drinking. Mr. McElroy refused a request from Travers for a suspended gaol sentence. "That is what every young criminal wants," he said.
Man, 89, Dies After Surfing [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 February 1949
Man, 89, Dies ; After Surfing -. George James Fisher,, 89, of Central Avenue, Manly, had a fatal heart seizure after surfing at Manly yesterday. When he was leaving tne surr he staggered and fell back into the water. The undertow had carried him back 15 yards into the sea when other surfers went to help him. He was dead when they carried him to the beach.
ROSEHILL PRICES & TOTE [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 February 1949
I RÓSEMELE PRECES A TOTE~\ RACE. PLACED HORSES. RIDERS. S.P. DIVS. (FOR 5/). Win. Place. & s *d * s d 2-YEAR-OLD MAIDEN HANDICAP (Fillies). Started 12.52. PRIMROSE Starlet Elusive N. Sellwood J. Lordan . E. Doon 9/4 50/1 50/1 0 15 6 0 6 9 4 0 6 3 0 « 2-YEAR-OLD MAIDEN HANDICAP (C. and G.). Started 1.25. ACHILLES Acquittal Humming Top F. Hickey > G. Podmor« N. Sellwood 20/1 6/4 3/1 «33 196 0 7 3 0 9 0 1st PARRAMATTA MIXFD STAKES, parted 1.59. AUBURN MIXED STAKES.. Started 2.30. AMAR Veiled Art Firearm R. Selkrig J. Lordan A. Ward 12/1 4/1 7/1 4 10 1 ' 3 0 0 10 3 0 16 3 PLAUSIBLE Grecian "Double Strength "King Lear * Dead-heat for third. W. Fellows R. Morris J. Eaxtf J. Thompson 3/1 3/1 25/1 3/1 10 3 0 7 3 0 10 3 1 2 3 0 3 9 FLYING HANDICAP. Started 3.7. BLUE TULIP Exalted Davalomarne W. Briscoe J. Lordan N. Sellwood 13/2 6/1 11/2 1 15 3 0 11 9 0 16 0 0 9 6 ROSEHILL HANDICAP. Started 3.43. ROYAL LAD Bell Rock Drummer Boy J. Campbell G. Podmore F. Williams 5/2 13/2 12/1 0 15...
£10,000 CUP NOW MAIN OBJECTIVE [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 February 1949
£10,000 CUP NOW MAIN OBJECTIVE I -«.-. Plausible won the Auburn Mixed I Stakes at Rosehill yesterday so con- vincingly that he will be set for the ! Sydney Cup. Plausible sustained a long run from before the turn to register a clear-cut win from Grecian, with Double Strength and King Lear dead-heating for third. . The winner was bred by Mr. A. V. Dwyer, the husband of the owner, at their Boorowa property in the Young district. He is by Talking from Star Time. Plausible is the second good winner from Star Time. , Some years ago Mr. Dwyer won a number of races, including the Summer Cup of 1943, with Easter Time. Easter Time also finished third in the 1944 Doncaster to Goose Boy. Veteran trainer. Dan Lewis, who prepared Plausible for yes- terday's win, expects soon to receive from Mrs. Dwyer a full brother to Plausible. ' Lewis said after the race that Plausible, while being trained for the Sydney Cup. would take his races as they came. Races would be chosen for him with the rich dista...
Tailor-Made Music By Two Pianists [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 February 1949
Tailor-Made Music By Two Pianists Rawicz and Landauer gave a two-piano,recital in the Town Hall yesterday of items ranging from Chopin to Eric Coates, all cut to Saviîe Row uniformity. | The success of a work at their hands depends not upon the adaptability of the performers so much as upon the luck of the composer in fitting in with their unvaryingly polished approach. A capital and entertaining Fan- tasia on Strauss's "Gypsy Baron" and a wittily decorated arrange- ment of Tschaikowsky's "Sere- nade" Waltz had to offset the sen- timentalising of a handful of Albeniz pieces, as well as a major solecism in the form of a "ver- sion" of dhopin's B Flat Minor Scherzo. There is something strangely depersonalised about the perform- ance of a one-piano work on two pianos; the direct contact of player with composer and listener is lost, with little or no com- pensating gain. Rawicz and Landauer do com- pensate in-their lighter music by means of the original and personal twists they give to ...
GOLLOGLY HURT IN RACE FALL [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 February 1949
GOLLOGLY HURT IN RACE FALL BRISBANE, Saturday Sydney jockey A. Gollogly was bowjed along like a ninepin'. in a race fall at Albion Park to-day, but his only injury was a broken right collarbone. Five horses fell in the ciash, which took place a furlong and a half from the finish. , » Gollogly, who rode Bon Wy vern,' was the first to come down. Two horses crashed over Gollogly and his mount; oihers straddled him; and two more horses and their riders fell around him. Horsçs and jockeys involved were: Buck Alii (S. Curran); Jack Fresco (M. Hobbs): Neil Garry 0. Stanfield); Happy's Son (B. McLean), and Bon Wyvcrn (Gollogly). Gollogly got up after the crash and walked to the jockeys' room unaided. The other jockeys escaped uninjured. , Stewards later held an inquiry into the fall. They found it was caused by an error of judgment by Gol- logly, who attempted to go between St. Memmia and Mar tangi. » No action was taken. At Moonee Valley yesterday the stewards severely repri- manded J. Pur...
W.P. PRICES [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 February 1949
I W.P. PRICES ¡.ARRAMATTA STAKE. Yonne Andrew .. 5-1 Aller Idem . 15-1 Fl>lng Atem .... 8-1 WOODSTOCK STAKE. Brighton» . T-l Little Tips . l-l , Surrey Moa .... 15-1 GLEBE STAKE. The Felucca .... 3-1 Girl James ...'. S-l Sida -.. l-l N.C.A. STAKE. Dinwiddle . S-l Bright Lou . 10-1 Bright, Agrícola .. 7-2 WENTWORTH PARK STAKE. Sice Lad . *-l CONTROL STAKE. Sir Red . 4-1 Lattnur . 6*1 Rruecomet .12*1 PRESIDENT STAKL. North View . t-l Terry'« Treasure . «-4 Roth-- Renuty .... 5-1 PATRON STAKE. Kuriotift . *?» Tom's Glory .... *-t Karuah'i Pride .. 3-1 FIFIELB STAKE. , Captain France» .. ÎS-1 Choice Buddha .. M Laughing Nigger .. M TERMINUS STAKE. Titan Girl . M George Valley .. !.} Min Ouiedo .... IS-1
M. VALLEY PRiCES: TOTE [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 February 1949
I M. VALLEY PRiCES: TOTE\ Placed hortet. Dits (for 5/1 Win. Place. Asá £ s d REAL GUV Mokan Pani Rex W. Williamson J. Purtell C. Waymoath 0 5 « . 6 . 0 11 6 KENLOOF Return Sir William R. Dean A. Moon W. Aldrld«. 7/4 9/1 9/1 0 7 « « 9 « 6 7« ROVER'S MARK El Latada Macs haw A. Breasley A. Burton K. Mitchell 114 i OU» n li « OR« COMIC COURT High Tar Rocket Gun J. Purtell R. Heather Sun Martin « S « 0 II 9 « 10 « HEATHER ROSE Monte Cn«-lno Damon R. Hntchin-on R. Cann R. Heather «/I 1 13 . DUMFRIES Prince Carl As*am L. Lott ft. Earner R. Heather IO« ft IA « 0 10 . 0 14 «
Sprint Order [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 February 1949
Sprint Order ---« . -After yesterday's racing at Moonee Valley, the order of popularity for the Oakleigh Plate (51f), to be run at Caulfield on February 26, was: St. Razzle, Gay Saint. Comedy Prince, Ungar, Fili- pino. Money Moon, San Domeñ ico, Flemish, Gay Archer. Beau Gem, Dumfries.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 February 1949
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SPORTS PRIZES FOR TO-DAY'S COMPETITIONS [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 February 1949
SPORTS FRIZES FOR TO-DAY'S COMPETITIONS To-day we offer as special "Herald" club prizes for the best entries lo competitions on this page a cricket set or tennis racquet and swim suit. Remember, the points and cash awards you win for entries will also count towards your score of points for the bicyele, watch, and other prizes we will give to top-scoring members in 10 weeks' time. Post your solutions to reach the Editor, "Playtime," Box 5026, G.P.O, Sydney, New South Wales, by first mail on Wednesday, February 16.1£ you do not belong to the "Herald" Junior Club, you may join it to-day by posting in the membership form on this page. First puzzle entries may be sent with your form. The Names Of Trees Will Solve This Crossword For You ITERE is an interesting crossword on trees. Can you solve it? .".-". Jf you can, fill in the solution neatly, cut out puzzle and coupon, and post them to The Editor, "Playtime,"' at the address given above. For neatest, correct entries, these cash Drizes w...