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TALKS ADJOURNED U.S. PEACE CONDITIONS [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 23 November 1941

TALKS ADJOURNED U.S. PEACE CONDITIONS WASHINGTON, Saturday.. The U. S. Secretary for State (Mr. Cordell Hull) announced to-day that the peace talk with the Japanese envoy (Mr. Kurusu) had been adjourned. It is hinted from Tokio that they' maya now last a month.?? - Japan's violent anti-American cam paign has suddenly calmed down, in direct contrast to last week's out= bursts of abuse, and threats of "no time limit." America suggests that Japan is awaiting further outcome in the new Libyan position and the Russian situation. It is known that if England suc ceeded in *Libya it will have an important bearing on the Far-East ern situation. The Japanese Emperor, called on Mr. Togo (the Foreign Minister), to hear a report on the Washington talks, The New York Herald-Tribiine's Washington correspondent states that Mr. Hull has laid down four points as the basis of a general set tlement in the Pacific. The points, 'he says, are: 1. Japan. must leave the Axis. 2. Must r3ajnce further agres- ...

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
FAST SCORING BY ARMY BATSMAN [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 23 November 1941

FASTS SCORINGI BY ARMY BATSMAN 'Sydney, Saturday.-Playing 'for 'tle Army team in a match agairist the R.A.A.F., .Neal; a: Randwick first-giade' player, hit up 75 in 2o minutes, including two treirenflous. sixes that Ire sent over the Barrack iiuilding. Army had scorci'2o7 vlhen thed. matchl 'liid tb: be iallanridned owing .to. rain.

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
SPORTING FLASHES FROM EVERYWHERE LUCRATIVE BRILLIANT IN ECLIPSE STAKES Big Success for New Owner [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 23 November 1941

?B BlTIN FLASE S FROM EVERYWHERE I LUCRATIVE BRILLIANT IN ECLIPSE STAKES ·Big Success for New Owner '.i Melbourne, Saturday.--Lucrative, who was bought Sat a high price for Alec Higgins of India, last week, S?:a iaihis first race in his new owner's colors today whn h when brilliantly won the Eclipse Stakes. It will be his last race in Higgins' : interests in Australia. He will leave for India as soon.as transport can be obtained. As a result of hisL win to-day, '::.:Lucrative has now won £21,743. IKeelie set the Eclipse Field a big lead. At the mile he was about ten lengths in front of Lucrative with High Road following. Keelie stopped quickly on entering the straight and a furlong and a half fr'm lioine High Road looked a winner, but Lucrative got tlirough on.'the rails 'aid boiinded to the front "'i witi comfortably. . : 'Lou Robertson, who lhad tainied only :one -wlnier .this seabri" tuntil Throttle won the WVilliamsintown Cup ,last Saturday, won the first two races at Flemihngto...

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
MISS HUA HAS WIN FOR BING CROSBY [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 23 November 1941

MISS HUA HAS WIN FOR BING CROSBY When A. P;-dmore returned to the enclostire after having won the Juven S Hile Stakes on Miss Hua at ,Victoria Park- last .WVednesday, he was eyed Smore curiously than is usually the case with winning jockeys. The-rea i :' s : on was that he was dressed in the .icolors of the California. (U.S.A.), sportsman, Mr. Bing Crosby-pale blue. jacket, yellow and red hooped? : sleeves, and yellow cap. Podmore had shoulder straps of blue, sported a 'bl'ue and yellow bow tie in place of the oidinary neckband, and had a bIue:aind yellow tassle 6n his cap.

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
WEST AUSTRALIAN RACING CARNIVAL [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 23 November 1941

WEST AUSTRALIAN SRACING CARNIVAL When first acceptances were fe ; clared "for the main ,events of, the '"W.A.T.C. Clhristilas Carnival, there S iere. forty-five' horses left in the - faiw? -y " Stakes, forty-eight in the Perth" Cup .and thirty-ttwo in the (: , Karraka'{?t .Plate. & Twventy-eight S:halive accepted for the D.erby' Ides-. tia=is the early'favorite:for the Cup..'

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
M.H.R's SON MURDERED [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 23 November 1941

M.H:R's SON MURDERED'. Newcastle, Thursday.-Roy Ran dolpli Hitndle, 38, of Oakhanipton, Police Court to-clay with having was charged. at' the West Maitland murdered William Thomas Ja'mnes, 22, son of ,Mr. Rowley James, M.H.R. for Hunter (N.S.W.). William James died at South Maitland railway workshops this morining from. a' bullet wound in. the heart, Police have taken possession of a pea-rifle. SHindle was. remanded 'until De cember I. No applicatioti was Miade for bail. William James wh. o .was one of five brothers,; was :i:.mgrried two , months: .ago ,He i was .employed, at' ,t the railway worksliops as a fiter

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 23 November 1941

C aa ltoe o poisons leaving a rou cooled and " Here's a tip that's plain common sense-see to Inner Cleanliness by taking a refreshing glass, of L Andrews regularlyl Read how -it. purifies and clears away ageing poisons, leaving you' coolea and refreshed:-. FIRST ... Andrews cleans the mouth anq tongue. NEXT Andrews settles the stomach and corrects acidity, the chluf cause.of indigestion. TNEN . . . Andrews tones up the liver and checks biliousness. FINALL Y.. . To complete your Inner Cleanli ness, Andrews gently clears the bowels, sweeps away trouble-making poisons and corrects Constipation. Andrews cleanses, refreshes and invigorates you,. It s settles the stomach,, cools the blood, and tones up 1/9 2/10 the entire system. It is always effective and economical Buy the larger size to use. ?or economy. For b r luarwit

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
AIRMAN APPEALS TO LORD GOWRIE [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 23 November 1941

AIRMAN- APPEAS TO LORD 'GOWRIE Canberra, Friday.-Leading ,Air craftman R. " Wilkie, .one of si-K ii?ibet'si f lheiR.A.A.,;F who Were. >ti'vict'?id by:a ge traFl' cort-matgrial at' Benalla (Vic),.. has :,appealed to the 'Governor .-. General :, (Lord GCwrie)' igainst' hi sefitience~ Leadingt Airc'raftian W. ilkie wik convicted -P a char ? of having :en cleadvord to pel'suiade mnen..ot the .R.A.A.F. to joiti ai"'iutiyii'. , He .was sentenced, to" i'mprisqfi tient i fo tivo years, and dischariged. with ignominy frotm the service. ' The Air -Meiber` for. Perso hjizl 'as~ codfiritng".: 'fi'ceti' ridUe.ed :';tit senteince to 18, monriths -iinpritotr tnentt, and substisfiitted ?a ,sifmple. dis-' chriige for discharge with indofhith,. Tihe governortGen-erial is tlie final' autithority, t:o. whotim an airiian .r 'lieial aggint a cotirt-tiiartlal de= cision. k 'c Vir- · -: A;r'. ·i Asked whether_., Australians. were taking part, Getieriil'Biiiae said that was a matter for th. commander, Ge...

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
Explosive Bullets To Blow Up Planes [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 23 November 1941

Explosive .,Bullets: To- Blom Up " ,Planes Melbourne, 1Priday .-A direcl: hit, from a volley, of O Piiroy?, ekplosive bullets. would .blow ,a plaiie out, of the, sky, so claims John Pomieroy,?:the .inventor of the bullets. Mr; Poimeroy said 'a lillet could be tnade so. sensitive that itt explod ed whlien it hit paper, b' .it could ?le alljiisted tp peneetrite-. l3 ;-8h-itici steel. plate before exploding. SIn one ,tst" - in America, xo 'etictldsive ''billets--of i5o call brd --completelr. wrecked an aeroplane --diigine from 6oo yards; .' In an Australian ettest, one bullet wiecked a' inofor-car engine;"' : Two-Mile Range -Mr: Poeroy sa(l'the tine ran ge of.:' his So calibr'e bullet was tw&' tIfiles?,'and the li onitilaniik rangi 66 yards. ' ;It liad i miuzzl veilocity of 2,800 ft. per. iecond, cotiiare t with 2,2ooft. per s'diatid of a .303 servitce rifle butl let. ' he: Army. Minister _(Mr. Fordle), said liat week that' Arhny officers' had rejdcted- the Pomiieroy btullet .b...

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
FLEMINGTON [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 23 November 1941

TOTE '(5-) -RACE . PLACED HORSES, RIDERS S.P. WIN PLACE #"..", f£ s. d. A s. d. ORMOND NEUTRON, 6.13 (Neale) 10/1 3 10 6 1 10 0 HANDICAP 'Crojick, 8.7 '(Sharp) 5/1 - 1 13 6 (About 1 mile) Bevera, 7.5 (Rae) 20/1 - - STANSMORE CHATFIELD, '7.0 (Neale) 4/1 1 9 0 10 0 TWO-YEAR-OLD Attorney, 7.3 (Smith) 14/1 - . 1 11 0o (5 furs.) Leahero, 8.10 (Badger) , 1 - 9 0 TARA TRENT GRIDGE, 9.1 (Callahan) 50/1 17 13 6 3 2 6 STEEPLECHASE Sachem, 10.12 (McKee) 2/1 6. 6 (2 miles 1l!. furs.) Gracstello, 9.9 (Meenan) 61 9 6 ECLIPSE LUCRATIVE, 9.3 ( tirtell) 9/4 17 0 8 6 STAKES High Road, 7.9 (Ralph) .1 - '/ ' .11 0 (About 1~ miles) El Golea, 8.12 (Crelghton) 8/1 - 13 6 MAIDEN PIONEER, 7.10 (Purtell)' .20/1 6 19 144 6 TWO-YEAR-OLD Register, 9.0 (Ralph) 5/2 - ' 9 0 (5 furs.) Nalong, 7.4 (Powell) 6/1 -- I 0 ROSSTOWN ALL VEIL, 9.9 (--) 94 18 0 9 0 PLATE Oreli. 7.12 (-) 2/1 19 6 (6 furs.) Orcadian, 7.4 (-) 13 6

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
ALL ABOARD FOR SINGAPORE NINTH INSTALMENT [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 23 November 1941

ALL ABOARD FOR SINGAPORE NINTH INSTALMENT AI 13i: : .p.m. our propellers rest, _'. and :C'leopatra's" hull is rocking at f: ease :di the pellucid waters of Port SCurtis, near the shore. With all due i}respect to Sydney, Gladstonians con sider-:, that • their harbor-sheltered behind Facing Island-is the most commodious and safest anchorage for shipss in all Australia. Unfortunately, Gladstone Port o1es:; nt'n tap. a- huge hinterland, as ::Queensland's grid-iron railway sys .temr ignored its claim,: and" sent the railwayv tentacles questing westward to Longieach, from the rival port of ` Rockhampton. For compensation, Gladstone has a recent railway, tap pingrt the diarying districts in the .Dasbon: ValJey of the coastal range., 'But this. is not sufficient for a mag nificent haven that is capable of ac commodating the whole Grand Fleet with the' anchors weighed as well. ?:The township has steadily progres sed since 1854-its mainstay a meat 'works .and a butter factory, and its prosper...

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
BLUEY AND CURLEY [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 23 November 1941

BLUEY AND CURLEY--- DUG-OUT DENTISTRY -- -by -Alex Gurney

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
BLOW-OUT EXPENSIVE [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 23 November 1941

BLOW-OUT EXPENSIVE When Lloyd Francis' Atkins, of Arthur- Street, :Punchbowl, was driv ing a car along Can terbury -Road, Punchbowl, on May- 2, a. tyre blew out;, and the car colldied with an elec tric light pole. , As a result, he was pro ceeded - against by Sydney County Council at :Canpsie . Court last, week -for accident ally damaging part of the council's" works. -Mr. Hawkins, S.M., ordered him to pay £0o/5/io .for dantl-a age done to the pole and light wires, antd- £3/5/9 in tcosts.

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
LEADING RUGBY STAR IN DEMAND [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 23 November 1941

LEADING RUGBY STAR: IN DEMAND Sydney,, Saturday.--Herb. Narvo, international 'Rugby Leaguie fodrard, has receiivecl an offer to play in Bris batie next. season for £io a week. "South. Brisbane club is prepared to pay. £8 a vweek, arnd wants tl'e Bri~sbane,. Leaguie to, make up .tlhe differerice," said,-Narvo yesterday. '"In additidn; thley hae olffered' nie employmient as a traveller for a brewery. I didn't.state ,any terms, but I'm interested." Nartvo is piroibaly the most highly priced footballer in the State, He has refused lucrative offers froiin Quitensland,' Newl 'Zealanid, Sydnrey,: and 'the couttry in recent years. Last season, W?estern Suburbs offered liim £IO?o A season's football in Newcastle is worth about £ioo to Narvo. .. The only season he left Newcastle was in 1937; when he played for-New town. Narvo recetitly 'refused a '£3oo contract ffrom a Newcastle sporlsinan fbr three -fights. Narvo is 24 years old, and weighs 14st. 7lb. :- 71 .

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
Jailed For 14 Years [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 23 November 1941

Jailed For 14 Years Sydney, Friday,-John Williams, 3t, tifuck driver,. of- Suryy: ;Hills (-N.S.W.), yesteiilay. received the maximnum pendlty' 'for .ssiaultf Wih intend !to rapeI-14 years' jail, In Quarer Sess ons' ?r illiams was fdund guilty of hiaving attempt ed:'-to 'rape Rhea Ver;onica.c,Clancy, 24-yeazs-old `hop assistant,. of Kefii sey. It w ps allegedl tliat thie offence. Stookl, tlace o'h a- Nodlit 'oast ,riiiil train, betweet tioriisby anid Hawk esbury'; on. Septembernli i. .... . Police said that Williams was, ani habitual critilinial, wh, 'had, b?end sentenced ' to -apprdkiiitely' I.' years'. jail during tihe pst i3 years. Williamns took' the seitence c?alin In a statemerint ifrom the dcock d lie said - he had put his arn. around -Miss Clancy and kissed lier, arid she did not objedt.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 23 November 1941

AUSTRALIA'S 'BEST" IEss H. JOINES & CO. (SYDNEY) PTY. LTD. Hdlp the weak .if you are strong,' Respect the old if you are young; Own your faults when you are wrong; And when you're angry hold your tohsue. Pay your debts befofe You bet, Back ndt a bill for rich or poor, And when.a cough or chill .you.get, .. Take Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. CAMIP NOTICES CINEMA TO-NIGHT-VESTEY'S "ADVENTURES OF HUCKELBERRY" FINN" ... - ,Mickey, Rooney , r1farcli o Time. GC B. News. :Porky in Egypt. Leith" Stevens. CINEMA. -, MONDAY, NOVEMBER; 24 'i - LARRAKEYAIHU".:,, "DESTRY RIDES AGAIN" Marlene ,Deiltrich, *ames'Stewart. News.' Shdrts.' TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 25 ." WINNELLIE , Same as Moiiday : i1 WEDNESDAYL O I 1IIB:EtER .2G6 NOONAMAH Same-as .Monday . TO-NIGHT-WINNELLIB Wirinellie, Concert Party TUESDAY,, NOVEMBER 25 S .. .- . V E ST E Y 'S .... : ..... .. Winnellie' Cohcert "Paity ' , ' WEDNESDAY, 1O' ?M1BER: 26- " BAOOT' Whntiellie .Concert Party ... ..... NOTIC . LOST,-Gold watch, No. 59195...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THROWN FROM GUN CARRIER [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 23 November 1941

THROWN FROM GUN CARRIER Sydney, Thliursday.-While testing an Army BRien-gun Carrier in Derby Street,, Lidcombe, on Tuesday, Jack Cooper; 39, employee of the, Chief Inspector of Mechanised Transport Office, was jolted from his seat and thrown heavily to the ground; Parramatta Ambulance took himn to Yaralla Military Hospital, where ie, ivas admitted, suffering from se vere" injuries to, the spine.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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REMANDED ON RAPE CHARGE [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 23 November 1941

REMANDED ON RAPE CHARGE Sythiey, Friilay.-Gfilmer Allan EdCgar FPerney, 19, and. Gunn'er Gor doit ;Williamn -Bell, iS, chagd'rg :at lBurwood' Court with attempted rape on :4a: 15-year-old girl on N'oivember 16, ,were reni?anded 'to appeariat Lthe Redferni Children's Court on Decem-. her. 3, . .On a charge that.on the same :date" thiey.4assaulted: Joln -Cleieruit: Sch?ee der, itith nt- hiite it:t Io rob"t hin, they weeretia'rrded t6 Nbvemiber 2r1 Bail "was not= asked for,

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 27 November 1941

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 27 November 1941

THE FAVOUR .I1.E 5 "SCHOOL LUNCHIW., Usually the school lunch is a very scratchy ,mealeaten i ustL when, the vigorous exercise of the playground has: made atstrong; demand on, the .-.,. endurance of the child. However, - with little =trouble: it .canr be=improved :; in vaclue. and miade. wnderfull at tractive, simply, by. addingib.uttered.:, Milk Atr;owroot Biscuits. All, children: love them., FAMOUS BI SC UITS : ALWAYS ASK YOUR'GROCER'.FOR. ARNOTT'S;I *t.` WILLIAM I ARNO r "PTY:.:LIMITJIDU HOMEBUSit4IC

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