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CHIANG'S PLEA FOR PEACE FAILS OUR STAFF CORRESPONDENT, JACK PERCIVAL [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949

CHIANG'S PLEA FOR PEACE FAILS » OUR STAFF CORRESPONDENT, .JACK PERCIVAL NANKING, Jan. 22. Generalissimo Chiang Kai shek's last statement from Nanking yesterday was a plea to the Communists to open peace talks with the Govern- ment. But the Cornmunist leader, Mao Tse-tung, in a broadcast to-day, made it clear that his "People's Liberation Army" plans to sweep through' the whole of China to the borders of Indo- china and Burma unless the Gov crnment surrenders uncondition- ally. Most of what is left of the " Government forces are to-day drawn up on the south bank of the Yangtse, between Nanking - and Shanghai, to try to prevent - a. crossing by, the Communist hordes. The Chinese Navy, which pro- mised to defend the Yangtse to the last man, is conspicuous by its absence. Chiang flew from Nanking yes- . terday after retiring as President of China, but he is not going into exile. High Government officials told mc he will first- pay a visit of filial piety to his ancestors' graves at Feng...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FEND YOUR ANSWER IN THE PICTURES [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949

FEND YOUR ANSWER IN THE PICTURES /^LUES to this crossword are the small sketches which surround it. ^ Each sketch is numbered, as with an ordinary crossword clue, and in addition has "A" or "D" against h. "A" stands for across. "D" means down. As -an example-the solution to picture 9D is "ewers." Now we've solved the hardest ciue for you, so go to it and do the rest. You'll find them simple. .* When the puzzle is solved, cut it out, fill in your name, age and address with care and post it to the address given above. For the neatest, correct entries, these cash prizes will be awarded: First, £1/1/(4 points); second, 10/6 (3 peints); third, 5/ (2 points). Two hundred and fifty two- and one-point club certificates will also be awarded for good entries. NAME .T.. ADDRESS . ."..i.AGE . /^AN you answer these ^ easy quiz questions? If you can, send your answers to "Playtime," marking your name, age, and address clear!« on your entry. 1. Who invaded Eng- land in 1066? 2. Florence Nightingal...

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FIVE DOMINIONS MAY FORM NEW DEFENCE PACT [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949

FIVE DOMINIONS MAY FORM NEW DEFENCE PACT -, -7-1-~ CANBERRA,- Saturday.-Australia and New Zealand may shortly join with the three Asian Dominions-India, Pakistan, and Ceylon-in a regional defence council. The council, on which Malaya is likely also to be represented, would frame joint defence measures to deal with any threat to Commonwealth countries in the Pacific-Indian Ocean area. .A permanent working commit- tee of Service representatives from the five Dominions may be set up to- draft the practical details of military co-operation. Communist successes in China, and evidence that Russia is turning her eyes increasingly towards Asia, have, it is understood, hastened plans for joint defence consulta- tions. In joint defence plans, the prin- cipal role of Australia and New Zealand would probably be the provision of air and naval forces. The main ground forces would be supplied by India and Pakistan, which, although weak in the more technical arms, have vast reser- voirs of first-cl...

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Morna, Back In Sydney From Hobart Race, Competes For The Rawhiti Cup [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949

Morna, Back In Sydney From Hobart Race, Competes For The Rawhiti Cup The 64ft cutter Morna competing in the Rawhiti Cup on Sydney Harbour yesterday. This is the yacht's first race since she was first across the finishing line >in the 680-mile Sydney-Hobart yacht race. Morna finished second last in the Rawhiti Cup. *

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NAVAL LEADER DEAD [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949

NAVAL LEADER DEAD < LONDON, Jan. 22 (A.A.P.). -Captain Walter Hugh Thring, who was director of the Aus- tralian Naval War Staff in World War I died in London yesterday.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949

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BLANKERS-KOEN HAS TRIPLE WIN IN VICTORIA [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949

BLANKERS-KOEN HÀS TRIPLE WIN IN VICTORIA MELBOURNE, Saturday.-Mr». Fanny Blankers-Koen won the 100 yards, the 80 metres hurdle and the high jump at the women's athletic carnival at the Melbourne Cricket Ground this afternoon. The crowd of 30,000 was the largest ever to attend a women's athletic meeting in Australia. Long queues formed long before the gates opened. In the 100 yards event Mrs. Blankers-Koen made the amazing finishing burst which has made her the world's greatest woman sprinter. Her time, 11.4s, was four tenths of a second outside the Australian record, and a tenth of a second outside the State record. Joyce King disappointed. She finished fifth. In the 80 metres-hurdle, Mrs. Blankers-Koen knocked the second hurdle flat, but thereafter I 'jumped perfectly. The winning leap in the high I I jump compared poorly with Mrs. Blankers-Koen's world record of I 5ft 71in and the Australian and Victorian records of 5ft 3áin. Yesterday her nearest Australian opponents failed with ...

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DUGGAN SHINES AT SPEEDWAY [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949

DUGGAN SHINES AT SPEEDWAY Ray Duggan rode brilliantly to win his four heats and lead his team to victory at the Speedway last night Showground beat Sportsground 31 to 23 in an inter track teams competition The Sportsground side was considerably weakened by the absence of their regular captain, Vic Duggan, who is at present riding interstate Duggan was only two fifths of a second outside W Lamoreaux's three lap clutch start record of 61 3 1 seconds in his first heat success ' Results - Infer track Teams' Competition. 3 tapa. clutch start Final points Showground, 31 Sports Ground 2' Stars scratch ( race 3 laps clutch Mart -Heat 1 A Statham (Show ) 61 8s 1 J Arnftcld (Sports) 2 T Areall (Show 1 ' Heal 2 R Duggan (Sports) 63 6s 1 B Byrncj (Slioss ) 2 J Clilencll (Show ) 3 Heat 1 E Brccknell (Show) 66s 1 K Lo , Breton (Sports) 2 K Blair (Shoss) 3 ' tinah A Stathim (62 8s) 1 B, Byrnes 2 R Duggan * Final Opea Sn**dcar Handicap -Four hps clutch start T Green (50yds). lm 35s 1 K Oallaher (70...

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IAN JOHNSON GETS FOUR [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949

IAN JOHNSON GETS FOUR Ian Johnson, who caused an early Queensland-break- down, took four of the six wickets to fall, at a cost of only 32 runs. Johnson had two for two at one stage, when Queensland drifted from 63 without loss to 84 for four wickets. His accurate off-spin held the Queenslanders in check there- after. A young newcomer, Keith Jack, making his Shield debut, put up a great fight after tea. He was unlucky to be bowled in the last over of the day. Jack and McCool fought back well, but the scoring was pain- fully slow. Jack's 29 took 97 minutes. The first 50 took 62 minutes, but the 100 occupied 148 min- utes, and it took Queensland 82 minutes to carry its total on to 151. Highest scorer was Jack's Toombul clubmate, Ken Mackay, who opened with Bill Brown. Mackay was unusually aggres- sive, hitting five fours in his 36, which took 103 minutes. Innings Ends The Victorian innings ended 25 minutes before lunch for 456. Queensland's attack again did a great pre-lunch job, dismi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949

In hot, trying weather, a drink of Wolfe's Schnapps with iced water, soda or other cordial is a wise rule to follow "for your health's sake." WOLFES <Z7rwrfiätic SCHNAPPS Ah ! that s a good cigarette? tobaos 4re * W»1* <^ior those .^/ltrt taste LIC ïftKWlff m PACKETS of 10's and 20's . Also in Tins of 50'» CAVALCADE A PRODUCT OF QUALITY AUSTRALIAN DISTRIBUTORS! The Seven Scan Trading & Shipping Co. PIT. Ltd. 63 Pitt Street, S>dnes.

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Yesterday's Play METROPOLITAN PENNANTS— ROUND 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949

Yesterday's Play METROPOLITAN PENNANTS ROUND 3. No, 1 Pennant.-Campsie, 94. v Cronulla, 76, Ashfield, 113. v Eastwood, 82, Petersham, 81, v Lakemba, 110, Eppine, 77, v Concord, 89, St. Georce, 91, v Arncliffe, 81; Ryde. 108, v Banks- town, 86, Hurstville, 114. v Murrlck vlllc, 78. Burwood. 88. v Parramatta, 79. Chatswood, 85. v Mosman. 89, Bondi. 133, v Randwick, 67. North Syd- ney 101, v lane Cove, 74. Rose H.iy, III, v Double Ray, 86. Warringah, 121. \ Hornsby, 100, Wavcrlcj, 104 v Balmain, 70. Humen, Hil), K5, v Manly, 103. City, 117, v Kcnslnston, 68. No. 2 Pennant.-.Sill Hurstville, 96, v Ralcieh Park. 87. Lidcombe. 77, v Parramatta, 92; Concord Coif, 96, v Burwood, 99, Pratten Park, 10b. v Campsie, 85. I'airAeld, 156. v Hunters Hill. 58, leichhardt, 116, v Petersham, 94. Concord. 71, v Strathfield, IOS, Wollstonecraft. 87, v Vaucluse, 95 Rose- ville, 75, v Nth. Sydney, 113: Kcnslns- ton, 107, v Clly. 86; Neutral Bas, 96. v Deewhy, 95. Victoria Park, 96. v Bondi, 91, Warrawee. ...

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RESULTS IN ATHLETICS AUSTRALIAN OPFN CHAMPIONSHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949

RESULTS IN ATHLETICS AUSTRALIAN 0PFN CHAMPION- SHIPS. 21» YARDS-Holder J F Treloar (NSW) ^O Js Austr iii in Open Kc cord J F Treloar (V S W ) ">l ">s Heal 11 li Bench (I muna) 21 2s 1 R \\ stt (Vic ) 2 E McCirt (W A ) 3 Hut 2 H McKcnlcy (Jamaica) 21 9s I J Forsythc (N S \\ ) 2 A Gordon (SA) 1 Heal 1 J B ir tram (Viv. ) 21 5s I 1 Wood (W A ) -> E Cirr (NSW) 3 llnil II Mckcnlev (Janian, i) "Ms 1 J Bartram (Vic) ". L la Be ich (Pal inn) 3 440 'IARDS RHV\ (4 x HOsds) - No previous championship Australnn Open Record Canada (Brown Haley Loaring O Connor) and Australia (C i rona Bruce Bartram Trcl-iar) 41 6s Final Vlctorh (41 iv) I NSW 2 Western Australia 3 880 YARDS-Holder 1 W Rimsiv (Vic) Im 55 9s \ustralian Open Re cord V Boot (N 7 ) Im <| 's Aus- tralian Resident Record J Vc Rimsay (Vic) liri 52 8s Iinji D White (WA) and J Bailey (NSW) liri 54 7s dead heit 1 J I Mirks (Mc) 3 (Balley withdiev from rerun on medic ii ids Ice) 440 Ï VRDS HUROLFS -Holder C C Coodacre (NS...

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FAST FINISH BY JAMAICAN STAR [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949

FAST FINISH BY JAMAICAN STAR Jamaican Herb McKenlcy (above) spurts brilliantly to win the final of the National j 220 yards championship in record time of 21s. at the S.C.G. yesterday. Lloyd La Beach (third) is nearest the camera. Mrs Fanny Blankers-Koen (left) grace- fully takes a hurdle in the 80-metres event at Mel- bourne yesterday.

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Tell Me, Doctor... At the Mercy of Any Knave Big Pains From Small Causes White Bread and Ulcers [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949

Tell Me, Doctor... At the Mercy of Any Knave . Big Pains From Small Causes . White Bread and Ulcers ' i JAMES BURTON was a temperamental sort of fel- low, highly strung and accord inelv over-sensitive. An active physical life provided some outlet. And though on the border line of 60 he liked to talk about his 36 holes of golf although he was still on al- most the limit mark, with a swing that was over energetic because of a defect in rhythm. To medical advice that he should go slow he retorted:. "Why should I? I'm told that I have a perfect blood pres- sure and a heart without detectable error and I feel better after vigorous exercise." The advice that people in the fifties onwards should practise a wise restraint in ex- ercise meant nothing to him and it was no surprise to his doctor when he came to the" surgery on an urgent appoint- ment and said his arms ached and felt heavy. "The pain comes in fits and starts, sometimes it is like a fish pulling on the end of a line," Burton sai...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949

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"Blue" With Mum Led To Fine [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949

!"Blue" With Mum . Led To Fine -.- I "I had a blue with mum and I went down the street and got I drunk," Vincent N. Clarke, 31,1 labourer, said in Central Police! ¡Court yesterday. I Police said Clarke was fighting I in Farrell Avenue, King's Cross, ¡on January 21. Another man, Keith Mainstone, 23, labourer, also took part in the same fiaht. Mr. Berry, S.M., fined both men £ 1 for offensive behaviour.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949

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SUNDAY "HERALD" CROSSWORD—No. 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949

SUNDAY "HERALD" CROSSWORD-No. 1 ACROSS: 1. Very important ' co invadcr with the Saxons is sacking such gunnery (4, 5, . 6). 7. Famous Christian keeps a stall for everybody (7, 5). 10. Nothing on one number of a grain (5). 11, When the "12 good men and true" are chosen to bring in a corrupt verdict des- cribing some vessels (4, 6). 15. Backyard deer (4). 16. When taking part- ners, father and 1 discontinue the phone conversation (7, 3). 19. Outs apples from ^ these dishes (4, 6). 20. Crack the fellow! (4). "23. May's purple (ana- gram) (5, 5). 25. The cats turn up at mum's (5). 27. This place in N.S.W. seems io desire a burrowing animal, but why? (12) 30. Obedient to divine direction? (5, 4, 6). DOWN: 1. Swine (3). 2. Mortified clique goes to a famous parting place with us (10). 37 A city of the an- cient world or n daybreak (6). 4. 1 (3). 5. The location of the donkey ofTasso(4). 6. Shrewish wives usu- ally are losing their affection for father (5, 3, 3). 8. Behold, half a horse is ...

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"Tiertucker" Frock and Summer Suit SMART AND DIFFERENT [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949

"Tiertucker" Frock and Summer Suit Black satin - backed crepe or grey vioire would be ideal fabrics in which to make this "tiertucker" frock PATTERNS arc 1/6 each, and can be obtained from the "Herald" Pattern Department, 5tli Floor, Herald Building (Pitt Street entrance), or by post. They are avail- able Tor one month from date of publication. ORDER FORMS SHOULD BE PRESENTED WITH EACH ORDER OVER THE COUNTER OR ENCLOSED WITH APPLICATIONS BY POST. Send postal applications to "The Sunday Herald" y Pattern 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. SMART AND DIFFERENT 5399 This attractive frock with its simple bodice and unusual skirt treatment will providé you with a very feminine garment for special occasions. The demure turned-down collar and the bracelet-length sleeves are youthful and smart. The skirt is trimmed with five tiered tucks and helps to give the frock its "different...

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Mrs. Lancaster Suggests TWO MENUS FOR THE WEEK STEWED LAMB WITH OLIVES [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949

Mrs. Lancaster Suggests TWO MENUS FOR THE WEEK LUNCH Corn Scramble Cherry Jelly DINNER Sea Food Cocktail Stewed Lamb With Olives Tomato Farcies Creamed Potato Crumb Teacakes with Compote Cherries STEWED LAMB WITH OLIVES CLICE thinly and remove fat from any left-over lamb or mutton. Sprinkle with a little lemon juice. Mince 2 medium onions and fry in 2 tblspns. margarine or good dripping until soft but not brown. Add 2 tblspns. plain flour and cook for a few minutes, stirring all the time. Gradually add 2 cups well-seasoned stock made from the lamb bones and i cup skinned and chopped tom- ato, ^tir until sauce thickens and then allow to simmer for about 8 minutes to thoroughly .cook the flo.ur. Season sauce well, then add 5 or 6 chopped olives, 1 cup cooked peas, and the prepared lamb. Allow to become thoroughly heated without allowing to, boil, as this would make the lamb tough. CRUMB TEACAKES WITH CHERRIES Soak 2 cups stale white breadcrumbs in 2 cups hot milk. When well soaked, wh...

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