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[?]nter bury Race Details MAIDEN NURSERY STAKES, Sf 28yds FOR FILLIES [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953
MAIDEN NURSERY STAKES, St 28yds " FOR FILLIES Car, PJ?. 8 5 2 8 5 10 Fin. Jocker, 1 W. Caster-«h. .early, 2nd passing 3f Took lead turning into straight Well dear at Leger, then ridden right out to just win 2 C. Moora-9th early, 7th passing 3f 5th turrung into straight Challenged at Leger, then rid- den desperately to just miss 3 A. Tfeomnsoa-7th away, 8th from 3f to home turn Made uo a lot of ground in run to post. 4 E. Doon-3rd at 3f, 4th at turn 5 N. McCrowdie-4th at 3f, 3rd at turn 6 D. OUm-10th at 3f, 9th at turn r W Hogg-9th at 3f, 10th at turn 8 S. Cassidy-5th at Vim, 7th at turn 9 A. Ward-6th from 3f to turn. 10 T. BUI-Last to home turn 11 R. Buckley-11th from 3f to post 12 G. Podmore-Led at 3£, 2nd at turn nhU«ds «or 5/) Win . £1/4/, place. 7/9. 6/, 13/6 Betttng ijfïïjirài 3 Kistion 7-2 BALI SWELL, 9 Middlebrook, mn ¿fen. Fluctuations- Karen. S 2. 11-4, 6-4, 7-4. Ball Swell, i? HuSa 100, 12 Middlebrook, 7. 9, Kistlon, 5-2, 7-2, 3 Short ¿J 7Vi len. Time, 1m 4s. Started 12.45...
MAIDEN NURSERY STAKES, 5f 28yds FOR COLTS AND GELDINGS [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953
MAIDEN NURSERY STAKES, 5f 28yds FOR COLTS AND GELDINGS Re* King 8 Sxflcüa S Deceive 8 Hit Spiv 8 DhUends: Win, 11 Swell-Finisterre), Car. PJP. Fin. Jockey. Running. 8 5 2 1 W. Camer-7th early, moved np to 3rd passing 3f. 2nd turning into straight. Challenged Criollo at Leger and finished gamely to take lead right "on post. Sur- vived protest. 8 5 6 2 F. Hood-4th when going, took lead soon afterwards and pilot- ed field into straight Challeng- ed by winner at Leger, ridden right out to miss narrowly. Pro , tested unsuccessfully. g 5 7 3 A. Kcuarason-Raced in 5th place to straight entrance. Went to the post in promising style. 8 5 19 4 G. Moora-4th from 3f to post. 8 5 5 5 A. Eaves-10th at 3f, 6th at turn. 8 S 12 6 A. Ward-7th from 3f to turn. 8 5 14 7 R. Buckley-9th from 3f to tura 8 5 3 8 N. McGrowdle-12th from 3f to turn. 8 5 17 9 E. Doon-Last at 3f, 11th at turn. 8 S 13 10 W. Hogg-8th from 3f to turn. t 8 5 9 11 C Podmore-2nd at 3f, 3rd at turn. r 8 5 1 12 A. Thompson-Uth at 3f, 1...
1st ASHBURY STAKES, 6f [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953
1st ASHBURY STAKES, 6f Car. PJ*. Fin. Jockey. Running. 7 7 20 I K. Davis-7th early, 8th passing Vi mile, 6th approaching home turn, near lead at distance then " , finished well to win nicely. 8 4 2 2 A. Clarke-2nd away, 4th passing Vi mile, took lead turning Into straight, still in front at Leger, then fought back gamely when " ." .. challenged by winner. 7 12 13 3 W. Camer-8th away, 6th at Vi mile, 5th approaching home turn. Went to the post in good style without ever looking dangerous. 7 12 3 4 A. Ward-5th at Vim, 4th at turn. J z l8 5 G. Moora-3rd from Vim to turn. 7 5 6 6 W. Toohey-12th at Vim, 8th at " « &lt;urn. 8 0 1 7 w. Wade-7th at Vim, 2nd at turn. 7 11 4 8 R. Adams-11th at Vim, 9th at 8 1 10 9 B. Murphy-Last at Vim, 10th at _ turn. 7 9 8 10 C. Clare- 10th at VinC 11th at 7 12 15 11 N. McCrowdle-13th at Vim, 16th n " « .at turn. / 9 22 12 A. Whiteman-16th at Vim, 13th at m i Qg Helm turo «PosliitT I I ll » *. Olsen-9th at Vim, 12th at turn. 7 2 5 14 W. Seager-17th ...
SPELL TOR FENISTERRE [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953
SPELL TOR FENISTERRE . Trainer F. Allsop will send Finisterre, winner of the colts and geldings' Maiden Nursery at Canter- bury yesterday, for an im- mediate spell. Finisterre (5-1) headed Criollo (7-1) in the last stride to score by half a head, with ¿he 5-2 favourite, Castlefield, two and a half lengths away third. - "Finisterre is a good horse, b.ut he has a lot to learn," Allsop said. Finisterre .showed speed in the middle stages, but did not appear to be travelling well enough to overhaul Criollo a furlong from home. But W. Camer, riding des- perately, was able to bridge the gap when Criolto stopped badly. Finisterre had to with- stand a protest by Criollo's jockey, F. Hood, alleging in- terference in the last half furlong. Stewards quickly dis- missed the objection and re- primanded Hood for making a frivolous protest. G. Moore's mount, Over spin, ran evenly to be fourth.
Wins With His First Horse [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953
K. DAVIS uses the whip freely on Grand Vite, winner of the First Ashbury at Canterbury. Wins With His First Horse ' Singapore business- man, Mr. V. C. Bash, won the Fjllies' Maiden I Nursery Stakes at Can- terbury yesterday, with the first horse he has raced in Australia. This is Bali Swell, who won by a short half head from Karen, with Middle- brook two and a half lengths away third. Mr. Bash is establish- ing a stud in the Scone District and at the last Sydney yearling sales, he bought Bali Swell, "and another filly, Negri, primarily -with the object of. breeding from them. Bali Swell, by Channel Swell, (imp.) from Vivian, cost him 1,050 guineas. Bali Swell opened at- 3-1 yesterday, and started at 7-2. Biggest bet noted about her was £700 to £200 laid by A. G. Conolly.
Australia's Wheat Allocation [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953
Australia's Wheat Allocation MADRID, S a t urday (A.A.P.).- The Interna- tional Wheat Council has allocated Australia an an- nual wheat export of 48 million bushels under the present three-year wheat agreement, it announced last night. The total exports under the agreement will be 421, 156,402 bushels. Other allocations an- nounced are: United States 209,558,085 bushels; Can- ada 163,230,880; France 367,437. The next session of the council will be held in June. 1954.
Britain To Seek Trade [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953
Britain To Seek Trade LONDON, Saturday (A.A.P.).-The Chancellor of the Exchequer, Mr. R. A. Butler, said at Notting- ham last night that he will go to the Commonwealth Finance Ministers' Con- ference in Australia next January with the aim of building up trade with the Commonwealth and Europe. "Then if anything goes wrong at any time we have a solid area of trade with which to deal," he said. The time had come when Britain had resumed its powerful voice and when it could give a lead from strength toward peace.
Hay Ra[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953
Hay Rai MAIDEN PUTE. #' MARGAID, 7-10 OL 5-1, l: SYMBAR, W* 2-1. 2; PRATTLE GOffi Silburn). 2-1. 3. LOj'' lm 2y4S. Div.t m^ FLYING HAN« 6-4 on, 2. SADl» Mallyon). 4-1, 3.-2» (R. McGregor), 4-¿¡ LINDELL, 8-1.0-AS 6 len., 6cn. Time, j! 9/ -5 IMPROVERS' m -LUCIFU, 8-7> 0» on, 1; JUTANA. « ton), 8-1, 2: }?% McDonald), 5-4. Al Time. Im 3s. ""¿ä DIGGERS' HAM len., 3 Jen. TI««*« 6WAL FL"TTÄi 8-0 ,0. MçpomMïSÎ MENT, 8-6 (K- "*S 4-1, 3. V4 len., «""ty DW.: 17/. ' "^
Queanbeya[?] Dogs [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953
Queankl Dogs! MAIDEN STAKES,-' SWELL HERO, 6-4, fe ser Boy, 5-1, 2; Scad« even, 3 3 leo., 2 la 25 8-lOs. Ser.: Silem Í CANBERRA STARR' 4S0yds.-CONNIE'S DM 1; Black Myall, lia Prim, 6-1, 3. 3 lu,I! 25 6-lOs. CANBERRA STARB 450yds.-BELFAST »j Flighty's Last, 5-2, Jj Rose, 3-1, 3. 2 Ira.,3k 25 6-lOs. Scr.: SiluJ] CANBERRA STAKl 525yds.-MISTRESS HOI She's Silver, 6-4, 2: Jtod 6-1, 3. 3 len, 5 ¡mt 5-IOs. « 1 CANBERRA STAB,, 450yds.-DRACULA M Ann Havoc, 4-6, 2;J&, 3. Head, 3 len. Tte Scr.: Ryan's Choice. ; CANBERRA STABS. 650yds.-LADY SCOW 1; Kelvin Miss, Mt J 'Scarf, 5-2. 3. 3 leijli 37 5-10s. Set.: », Wendy's Joy. - CANBERRA STAKB 450yds.-JULIE'S BID, ' Tiny Joan, I0-I, * u 5-1, 3. 2 len, 2 1» ' 3-10s (course recora).
Through Barrier [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953
Through Barrier Heavily backed King Caste broke through the barrier before the start of the First Ashbury Stakes at Canterbury yesterday. He was cut about the head, but took his place in the fiel dand finished sixth. NOT EXTENDED. - Wonga Wood was not all out to clock 521-s, for half a rriile on the course proper (30ft out) at Moorefield yes- terday. " - - .
LEGAL MO[?] LIKELY [?] N.J.C. ACT[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953
LÉGAL MOVl LIKELY -Om N.J.C. ACT!« ^ NEWCASTLE, SaturdJ Legal action is likely overf N.J.C. committee's decision replace Mr. Jack Hibberd as g] tary of the club and judge atî castle races. - « The club chairman, Mr. J. W. McLauchlin, hinted thi$ after a gen- eral meeting of members on Friday night. He said the committee was still being advised in all its actions in connection with Mr.' Hibberd, by Mr. J. W. Shand, Q.C. In a joint statement, Mr. McLauchlin and the NJ.C.'s solicitor, Mr. A. Wheeler, said: "There are still matters under consideration by Mr. Shand." Twenty members of NJ.C. to-day petitioned the club's committee to call another' meeting to discuss the - committee's action in relieving Mr. Hibberd of his duties. The petition wai after-Friday night's which dispersed »jj bers loudly protesta the closing of thel The petition sa members wanted f cussion on the'i position of the M Jockey Club from £ of the appointmeiiirf Hibberd. It also required M mittee: : . To produce to na...
S. AFRICA'S INDIAN LAWS Not U.N. Affair, Says Aust. [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953
S. AFRICA'S INDIAN LAWS Not U.N. Affair,! Says Aus! NEW YORK, Saturday (A.A.R). -An Australian delegate told the U.N. yesterday that Australia considered South Africa's treatment of Indians was South Africa's affair. The delegate, Mr. W. D. Forsyth, was speaking in a debate in the Political Com- mittee. Australia was not blind to the gravity of the human issues in- volved, he said, but be- lieved that the U.N. was not the place in which the internal affairs of States should be considered and ordered. 'The Charter of'the U.N. is not the constitution of a world Government," said Mr. Forsyth. "It is the constitution of an organ for co-operation between States." He said it was not the function of the U.N. to issue directions to States about their legislation. Talks On Israel The Security Council will meet twice on Tuesday to discuss the tension between Israel and her Arab neigh- bours, it was officially an- nounced. At the first meeting, the council will discuss the Syrian complaint aga...
New Typhoid Germ Found [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953
New Typhoid Germ Found Doctors have discovered a new typhoid fever germ in three patients at Melbourne's Fairfield Infectious Diseases Hospital. The germ is unknown in Australia, and cultures have been sent' to London for identification. Doctors say that the in- fection was not from conta- minated food, but from a carrier. The previous epidemic was traced to desiccated coco- nut from New Guinea. Clue To Carriers The Melbourne Metropo- litan Health Officer, Dr. E. Forbes Mackenzie, said yes- terday that the London identification would give a lead to the. type of people who may be carrying the disease. Federal and State health authorities believe that bush rats in New Guinea conta- minated the desiccated coco nut which caused the recent typhoid epidemic in N.S.W. and Victoria. The Port Moresby Direc- tor of Health, Dr. John Gunther, said yesterday that expert tests had shown about« 60 per cent, of New Guinea's desiccated coconut was contaminated by an organism of the rare bac- terial ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953
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Need For Religion [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953
Need For Religion In every major reli- gious group in Austra- lia, there is a wide- spread feeling that the country needs a reli- gious revival. That is ' disclosed by a nation-wide Gallup Poll in which people were simpl) asked: "In your opinion does Australia need a reli- gious revival?" 51 per cent, said "Yes." 31 per cent said "No," and l8 per cent, expressed no opinion. Among people aged over 50, the proportion who think Australia needs a religious revival is as high as 56 per cent. But even among those aged 21 to 49, opinion is: Revival needed, 47 per cent. No, 34 per cent. No opinion, 19 per cent. Mission To Nation This feeling that we should pay more attention to reli- gion is particularly strong among Baptists and Metho- dists, who have just com- pleted their Mission to the Nation. The following analysis, however, shows that opinion leans the same way in the other major denominational groups: IS REVIVAL NEEDED? No Opin Yes. No. ion. p.c. p.c. p.c. » Baptists ... 74 17 9 Meth...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953
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Few Big Wagers About Finisterre [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953
Few Big Wagers About Finisterré Finisterre, although at 5-1 was a good result for book- makers m the colts and geldings division of the Maiden Nursery yesterday at" Canterbury. Although backed solidly by small punters no big wagers were won oh the colt. Overspin, Man of Law and Castlefield were "the only three runners big punters wanted to back." Overspin's lossei included] bets of £1,800 te £40« £900 to £200, and £800 to £200. ^, T -* Biggest losses on Man of War Were £2,000too £28*&lt;£ £2,000 to £300£whüe thl