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DOG RACING Muswellbrook Draw TRACK NOTES MUSWELLBROOK, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Mercury — 30 December 1939
DOG RACING Muswellbrook Draw TRACK NOTES MUSWELLBROOK, Saturday. Owing to the holidays there will be no meeting of the Mus wellbrook Greyhound Club to-night (Saturday), but racing will be re BUmed ?oh Saturday, January 6. Since- the beginning of the present season the club has held twelve meetings, 119 events having been run, with a total of 873 dogs competing in the various races. Number 8 box has proved the most successful, with number one in second place. Details . of places from various boxes, are as follow: — Box 1st 2nd 3rd No. 1 ? ? 22 17 17 NO.' 2 171 14 10 No.-3 .. .... 10 15 6 No. 4 .. .. .. .. .. 101 141 14 No. 5 ? ? 71 81 18 No. G ? 8 11 161 No. 7 .... . ? 17 16 161 No. 8 ? ? 261 21 18 ' , HOW FAVOURITES RAN A well known Maitland district fol lower, of clog racing once stated that the /Muswellbrook track was a difficult one-tor favourites, and figures show ing' -the success of best-backed dogs indicate that only about one fourth ot the most fancied dogs have suc ceeded. ...
Turf Fixtures January 1: Tattersall's Hoofbeats Facers Unsuccessful [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Mercury — 30 December 1939
Turf Fixtures January' 1:. Tattersall'a, Hoofbeats (By 'Larino') facers Unsuccessful CPRINGFIELD GLOBE and . Lawn ^ Darby, the Australian pacers, have been unsuccessful at the Auckland trotting meeting. Springfield Globe was entered yesterday, but was un placed. Finalist Wins Viceroy's Cup QTARTING at 2-1 on, Flnulist won 0 the Viceroy's Cup at Calcutta yes terday from Terror (30-1), and Spot Barred (12-1). Won by two and a hall lengths, with three lengths be tween second and third. « « * Baohelor King Returns [AFTER a long absence from the tracks, Bachelor King has been placed in work again by Jack King. He has been added to the list of geld ings and looks very bright. Bloodstock Sales 1 AMONG the horses to be offered at a sale of bloodstock at the New market Stables, Randwick, on Tues day, January 2, are: — High Rank, Sans Ame, Padun, Ctrathlsla, Lecture, Rex, Micawber, Loombah, Columbus, 0 Raklo, All British, Aldabra, Trump eter, Renew, Gold Standard, Bull's Choicer Mr. Chips, Ro...
NIGHT TENNIS Dungog Competition SECOND ROUND DRAW DUNGOG, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Mercury — 30 December 1939
NIGHT TENNIS Dungog Competition SECOND ROUND DRAW DUNGOG, Friday. The draw for the second round | of the men's section of the night competition conducted by the Dungog District Tennis Associa tion has been amended as fol lows: — Tuesday, January 2: Bucks v Me chanics, at Berry's; Main Creek v Wlrragulla, at Methodist. Wednesday, January 3: Colts 1 v Colts 2, at Berry's; St. Joseph's v Bellevue,- at Methodist. Tuesday, January 9: Bucks' v Main Creek, at Berry's; Mechanics v Wlr ragulla, at Methodist. Wednesday, January 10: Colts 2 v St. Joseph's, at Methodist; Colts 1 v Bellevue, at Berry's. Tuesday, January 16: Bucks v Wirragulla, at Methodist; Mechanics v Main Creek, at Berry's. Wednesday, January 17: Colts 1 v St. Joseph's, at Berry's; Colts 2 v Bellevue, at Methodist. Tuesday, January 23: Main Creek v St. Joseph's, at Berry's; Whragulla v Bellevue, at Methodist. Wednesday, January 24: Bucks v Colts 1, at Berry's; Mechanics v Colts, at Methodist. Tuesday, January 30: Main Creek v ...
RUGBY LEAGUE Proposal For Revival PORT STEPHENS RAYMOND TERRACE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Mercury — 30 December 1939
RUGBY LEAGUE Proposal For Revival PORT STEPHENS RAYMOND TERRACE, Saturday. There is talk that this season an effort will be made to re-, vive the Port Stephens District Football League, which func- ? tioned with such success eight or nine years ago. During the last season the Raymond Terrace team played in the Morpeth-East Maitland League and there was not a great deal of satisfaction with either the management or the competition. Now is .a movement Is being pushed that the Port Stephens League, with its headquarters at Raymond Terrace, should be re vived for the next season. This league, if revived, would take in clubs from ? Raymond Terrace, Clarence Town, Karuali, Tea Gar dens, Nelson's Bay, Anna Bay, Hin ton, and Miller's Forest. There will also be a military camp here for a greater part of the time, and it is thought that there would, perhaps, be a team or two from there that would enter. There will also be a number of men employed on the aerodrome at Wllliamtown, and they may,...
EXPORT BUTTER Rise in F.O.B. Prices MELBOURNE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Mercury — 30 December 1939
EXPORT BUTTER Rise in F.O.B. Prices J MELBOURNE, Saturday. The Australian Dairy Produce Board has increased the f.o.b. prices of but ter for export by 2/4 per cwt. Tho minimum f.o.b. prices fixed are: Choicest salted, 142/4 per cwt.; first grade, 139/10; choicest unsalted, 144/ 10; first grade, 142/4. The amended prices will come Into operation on Monday. The Sydney University Women Graduates' Association has contributed £11/1/, tho proceeds of a collection at a Christmas party, to the Polish War Victims' Belief Fund, which now stands at £3655. '
FLEMINGTON Monday's Racing ACCEPTANCES [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Mercury — 30 December 1939
FLEMINGTON Monday's Racing : ACCEPTANCES NEW YEAR HURDLE RACE; two miles (1.45). — Dornford 11.6, Imi tarl 10.1, Bas Rhin 10.0, Sir Gordon 9.13, Ken 9.12, Good Boy 9.12, Star Watch 9.2, Frisco 9.0, Grey Lash 9.0, Roist 9.0, Terka 9.0. STRADBROKE STAKES; five fur longs (2.20). — Industry 8.5, Pollu 8.5, Old Vienna 8.5, Sun Valley 8.5, General Havelock 8.5, Deidre 8.0, Heart's Desire 8.0, Partoer 8.0. STANDISH HANDICAP; six fur longs (2.55). — Pamelus 9.10, Amiable 9.0, Kanuri 8.11, Ramdln 8.7, Bow Tie 8.3, Plectrum 8.1, Aspire 7.13, Comic March 7.13, Spinifex 7.12, Destiny Bay 7.11, Con Naru 7.9,:.Reci Morn 7.9, Riviera 7.9, Pine Peak 7.2, Chatsbury 7.0, Citadel 6.12, Suncall 6.10, Silver Collar 6.7, Kerfils 6.7. JANUARY STEEPLECHASE, about two miles and half a furlong (3.30 p.m.): Bully Hayes 11.0, Nevizes 10.12, Fulham 10.0, Testudo 10.0, Musical David 9.11, Inazunm 9.7. Frenchy 9.6, Great Bear 9.6, Actaeon 9.3, Montar gis 9.3, Leaonus 9-2, Vigorine 9.0, DnJInnn O fi IXroll (1 H BA...
COLOURED FILMS A.I.F. Men Entertained [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Mercury — 30 December 1939
COLOURED FILMS A.I.F. Men Entertained With his miniature moving picture outfit, Mr. Len Rose, of Melbourne street, West Maitland, has greatly assisted in the entertainment of trooDH In various camns. Queenslanders were particularly interested In the screening of Mr. Rose's trip through that State and; the Barrier Reef. Quite frequently during this pic ture, in which scenery was shown In beautiful technicolour, one would hear Queenslanders interject with, 'Take it out of that Tassie,' or 'Now trot out your Yarra, you Melbourne ites.' Comic strips were equally popular and the troops Bhowed appreciation in typical 'Digger' fashion.
TWO SHARKS Hooked in River [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Mercury — 30 December 1939
TWO SHARKS Hooked in River During the week, fishermen who have been spending the holidays on the banks of the Williams River, have had more than the ordinary ex citement that comes their way. The long period of dry weather has made the river brackish a long way above its mouth, with the re sult that sharks are appearing in the stream. Last night a party of Maitlanders hooked a blue pointer shark at Glen Oak and a few days earlier another was caught in the same locality. They were about three feet long but it is possible that larger sharks may also be in the vicinity. Glen Oak is about 40 miles from the mouth of the river.
BETTER RATIONS For Australian Troops MELBOURNE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Mercury — 30 December 1939
BETTER RATIONS For Australian Troops MELBOURNE, Saturday. The Minister for the Army (Mr. Street) announced that Australian troops in camp will receive a daily increase in rations of 2Jd a man. Under the new scale of rations, the troops win be given more vegetables, butter, milk and eggs. Tho change will be introduced immediately and will apply to all troops in camp, in cluding the 2nd A.I.F., militia forces, and garrison battalions. The Minister said that expert cat ering supervisors would be appointed. Cooks would be given extensive train ing courses. 'Menus are being drawn up by ex pert officers to act as a guide to camp commandants,' said Mr. Street.
ENGAGEMENTS [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Mercury — 30 December 1939
ENGAGEMENTS The engagement has been an nounced of Miss Jessie Elizabeth IIig man, second daughter of tho late Mrs. S. H. Higman and Mrs. Higman, of Muswellbrook, to Mr. Alan Campbell Abbott, youngest son of Dr. and Mrs. G. H. Abbott, of Bellevue Hill. The engagement was announced yesterday of Hilda, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. Campbell, of Ducken fleld, to William, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Bell, of Beresfield.
MAYOR OPTIMISTIC FOR THE COMING YEAR [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Mercury — 30 December 1939
MAYOR OPTIMISTIC FOR THE COMING YEAR Despite the uncertainty brought about by the war, the Mayor of West Maitland (Aid. A. S. Mc Donald) is optimistic regarding tho outlook for the town and district in 1940, especially Bhould there he a good fall of rain very early in the now year. There is great need for rain at the present, the Mayor stated this morn ing, and the farmers of the district were anxiously .waiting for it. The greatest hope of all, however, was that the year would bring peace to the world. In the year just closing, he thought tho council had done much good, and lie was hopeful that, before 1940 closed, two matters that they had striven' hard' for. over a period of years, and two forward moves, would bo accomplished. They were abat toirs and swimming baths.
X-RAY OF TROOPS Work Begun To-day SYDNEY, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Mercury — 30 December 1939
X-RAY OF TROOPS Work Begun To-day SYDNEY, Saturday. Radiologists to-day began the work of X-raying tho clieBts of 6500 men of the Second A.I.F. at Ingleburn camp. The men were put through at the rate of about 150 an hour. ± nu new byaieni wiu pruuuuiy cost about. £1000, compared with £8000 by the old method, Noarly G000 men of the 16th Infantry Brigade, Second A.I.F., will march through Sydney next Thursday. There will be eight bands in the procession.
DISTRICT TROOPS Parcel From Comforts Fund [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Mercury — 30 December 1939
DISTRICT TROOPS Parcel From Comforts Fund The Maitland and District Comforts Fund is sending a parcel to 30 men from East aryl WoBt Maitland Muni cipalities and the Shire of Bolwarra, who have enlisted. This Is the area embraced by the fund. The parcel contains a safety razor set, a Sheafl'er fountain pen, 50 cig arettes and two pairs of handknit tod socks. The value of each is £2/ 15/. The parcels are being forward ed to the men at Ingleburn camp.
For The Man On The Land Agriculture and Pastoral Notes [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Mercury — 30 December 1939
For Tlie Man On Tlie Land Agriculture and Pastoral Notes It is surprising that growers do not appreciate more the. value of an efficient rotation system, observes a departmental instructor in vegetable production. The advantages to be gained bv arranging the crops so that they, follow one another in their proper sequence are many, . and should be too well known to need enumeration, but a fact which is often lost sight of is the important part rotation plays in controlling insect pests and pJant diseases. Such diseases as the root rot, black I rot and club root of crucifers and | root knot (eelworm), to mention a few that are carried over in the soil, may be partly or wholly controlled by adopting suitable rotations. The control of many of our insects largely depends also on proper crop arrangement as well as clean culti vation. The tomato mite attacking an early crop ot tomatoes, for exam ple, may be carried over to a late crop planted in tho same land. The absolute control of cabba...
QUIRINDI Graziers' Association STAMP DUTIES QUIRINDI, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Mercury — 30 December 1939
QUIRINDI Graziers' Association STAMP DUTIES QUIRINDI, Saturday. At the, Quirlndi . Graziers' As sociation meeting the matter of the New Stamp Duties Amend ment Aot came up for discus sion, and Mr. Cllft moved that the branch takes strong excep tion to the provisions of the Act, and calls upon the Govern ment to remove the objection able causes, especially those Im ; posing a second probate duty on life interest, which It Is con sidered will cause undue hard- ? ship. In moving the motion, Mr. Clift said, If I spoke for a week I couldn't say all I think of this Act. Any Country Party member who supports it should not receive nomination again, People are astounded that a party like ours should do such a thing. Mr. Holloway seconded, and the motion was carried. There was a sharp division of opin ion on a motion by Mr. Benson and Major Macintyre, 'That woolgrowers would be well advised not to grumble at the price of wool, and should take into consideration that but for the sale to. Brita...