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Some Hints About INVESTMENTS By The Finance Editor [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 13 February 1949

f-= :-Y . Some Hints About i By The Finance Editor, A NOTHER cry of "wolf" has ?**? echoed from Wall Street. Local investors, quite rightly, were not stampeded. They have heard it too often. The usual meaningless figures of huge paper losses were pub- lished. The U.S. Government is now on the track of "speculators." Stability of the local market owes much to its almost univer- sal cash transactions. The bloom may be off the boom. But there eau be no marked depression while America is rearming, stockpiling, and aiding Europe on the present scale. ." . . HOPES have been raised and , dashed by the South African gold incident. It did look, at first, as though South Africa might get away with it. The W.A. Chamber of Mines was quick to urge similar action. Now the International Monetary Fund is adopting a firmer attitude. It must do so, otherwise exchange rates through- out the world will lose their stability. Wc must wait for American re- cession before the gold price is likely to be rai...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Barometer Of Week's Share Moves RISES [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 13 February 1949

A Barometer Of Week's Share Moves RISES Elcc. L. & P. Bond's Ind, con. Bon Marche, pr. Bradford, rts. Cent. Batty. ... Comtex . Felt & Text. ... F. J. Palmer, pr. Hydraulic Power Neon Signs P. Apinaipi Last Sale 24/9 23/ 22/3 8/2 70/ 10/3 54/9 35/ J 9/6 21/ 5/11 FALLS Last Sale Tooheys . 36/6 A/asmn Paper, con. 8/10 B. Watson . 24/ Buckingham's - 43/ Greater J. D. Wms. 18/41 Olympic Tyre \. 20/7¿ Std. Cement _ 27/9 Timbrol ., 31/ Mt. Isa . 42/9 B.H. South .... 48/6 Coolgardie . 24/ Mt. Eba . 9/3 Aust. Amalg. 14/3 Jelapang -.. 25/ K. Kamunt. 17/6 K. Kampar .... 21/ Pungah . 16/6 Takuapa . 24/6 HOW LEADERS FARED Closing Variation Market Tooth . 78/3 Down /3 A.C.I.56/3 Up /3 do., con. 31/-s No buyers Brit. Tobacco _ 52/ Up /3 B.H.P.56/9 Down 2/3 Burns Philp .'_ 77/6 Down /3 C.S.R.£61| Up 2/6 Electro. Zinc .... 75/3 Steady Hy Jones -. 70/ ^iDown .1/6

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
England In Easy Win At Canberra [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 13 February 1949

England In Easy Win At Canberra CANBERRA, Saturday. The English' Women's Cricket team outclassed a Southern Districts eleven at the Manuka Oval to-day. England won by '175 runs on the first innings. Mary Johnston, fast bowler from Yorkshire had too much pace for the locals, and took four wickets for four runs. The Southern Districts girls were overawed by the occasion, and did not settle down until England was well into its stride. - Miss I. Kingston was the best of the Southern Districts howlers, and was unlucky not to finish with better figures. In an excellent over she dis- missed Molly Hide and two balls later N. Joy. ' With four down for 220 Eng- land declared, and made a picnic match of the game. At stumps Southern Districts had lost five for 28 in the second innings, but as it was only a single innings match, England won on the first inning's. A crowd of 500 saw the match. SOUTHERN DISTRICTS,-First in- nings: Kingston, b Johnson, 3: Peterson, b Johnson, 0; Penman, h Johnson, ...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Marshall Would Have Beaten Earlier Stars [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 13 February 1949

Marshall Would Have Beaten Earlier Stars By FORBES CARLILE After nominating John Marshall last week as Australia's greatest swimmer, I haven't had a dull moment. . What about Keiren, Beaurepaire? . What if Charlton had had more opposition, had trained harder, had swum a si^-beat crawl? These are some of the most important questions I have been asked. < 1 shall try to do my best to answer them and establish Mar- shall's claim as No. 1. Barney Keiren, holder of the world record at lim 11s from 1905 until Charlton did lim 5s in 1923, was a magnificent swim- mer of the old trudgeon. His death in Brisbane in 1906 st the age of 20 was a real tragedy for swimming. However. Marshall would have »sen 70 yards in front of Keiren when at 17 he established his 10m 15s Australian record last year. Sir Frank Bcaurepaire had an outstanding swimming record. He represented at the Olympic Games from London, 1908, until Paris, 1924, when he swam third to Charlton in the 1500 metres. He held ...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FAMOUS ANGLERS AT BERMAGUI [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 13 February 1949

FAMOTJ§ AI\TGLER§ AT BERMAGUI The Bermagui Big Game Anglers' Club has opened the fishing season for the first time since the var. Most noted anglers at Bermagui this season are Mr. and Mrs. Kip Farrington, both champion American anglers. Mrs. Farrington holds a number of world records. She caught the world's record kingfish (for a woman angler) off Bermagui recently. Early morning scene at the jetty at Bermagui. These.are some of the bouts taking part in the big-game anglers' season. Mr. Kip Farrington arrived at Bermagui on January 31. He left on Friday last without catching a fish. Mrs. "Chisic" Farrington with one of her catches, a 187-lb striped marlin.

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Riflemen In Form [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 13 February 1949

Riflemen In Form In dull but good regular light and a wind which did not vary more than a degree at a tinic, some excellent . shooting was the order of the day .at Anzac range yester- day. Jn a match, Kiama v Sydney, two Kiama men, G. Weir and 0. Grey, each scored 99 with a possible in one stage. At Chatswood F. Nicholas scored 19 btillscycs in succession for a 99 at 800 yards, and F. Taplin, of University, scored a one .stage possible. Others who scored possibles at Anzac at 50Q yards were:-W. Wilson (Mctrop. Railways), W. Edwards ' (Parramatta), K. McLeod (Mosman-Neulral Bay), D. Loon (Concord). On a day suitable for good scoring 49s were quite common, . In a triangular match Con- cord, 1,122, defeated Metrop. Railways, 1,112, and Katoomba, 1,093; P. Loon of Concord, 98, top scored, and Woods, Mctrop. Rail., 97, was next. A,G,M,-20 shots: C. O'Neil, 96; V. Marshall, ?M; A. Holland. J. Brotchie. 92; M. O'Connor, C. Tildesley, 91; D. Doherty. 90; W. Thompson, 89; W. Mead. 88. ANNAND...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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H.C. Press Helped By Skipper [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 13 February 1949

U.C. Press Helped By Skipper Superior knowledge of the Sydney Harbour en- abled G. Press, skipper of H. C. Press, to win the Noel Eglese 18-foot sailing I handicap yesterday. She" won by 1 m Ss from Ardath with Jenny Too 13s away in third place. Culex was the cady leader and led at the Sow and Pigs by 33s from Midstream, At this stage H. C. Press was" back at the rear of the fleet. Çulex maintained her" lead un- til the final work from Cremorne to Shark Island. The skipper of Press took his boat to the southern shore, anti- cipating a southerly "life." This move "proved successful, and at the final rounding mark Press led by 37s from Ardath. Culex capsized at this mark after leading for the greater part of the race. ,. SYDNEY FLYING SQUADRON. Noel Eglcsc Handicap: li. C. Press (G, Press), 11/4111, 1: Ardath (r. Dcady). 5'4m, 2: Jenny Too (B. Bolton), I (Ant. 3; Made .(A. E. Grimth), Dm, 4. Then came Crusader, Tile Tiger. Mua, Des- demona. Scamp, Sjhln Chase, Flying Fish, Ruby A.. Ma...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
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Club Sailing [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 13 February 1949

Club Sailing RIX FR CI ÜB-12 foolers Kestral (K Davidson) 12m 1 Aqualc <\V Matheson) 9m 2 Windy (II Phelan) 10m 3 Won by lm Ps 3|s VJs Triumph (R llrlnson) 16m 1 Victory II (J lucas) 5m 2 Yilenda (R Siw >erl On 1 Won by IOs SRS CONCORD RIIODKS OPEN CI UB - Season ii Point Score Jumbo (T Gow lm) Uni I Alma (R Oosby) Sm *> Lightning (E Walbrook) »cr 3 Won by 3m '"7s 4Kb \VUCIUSI Y ALII r ÇI UK-Club ch unpionshlp heal 2 \ S Yandoo (J \\ Innlni) I Wendy (G Thorne) 2 Mnevc IN Palmer) 1 Won bv lm 25s V J Semor New Too (H 1 ess) 1 Vim n Dj numil«. 3 Won b> 7s VJ Junior JW (J H nindi) I \ ixcn (C1 Reid) 2 Zest (O Ilnekley) 3 Won b) 3m 20s GRfctNVtlCH - Jfift skilTs club championship 3rd heal Monsoon (T Hoyle) 1 Amy (F Dennis) 2 Quest (T Denby) 3 Won by 2m H s 36s Handicap Amy C1 Dennis) 4m 1 Ouest (T Denby), 4m 2 Monsoon (T Hosie) scr 3 Ralmain and Allen Shields Kinwaio (K Collins) 7m 1 Advance (W lludniek) 9Wm 2 Elcc ira (N llroivn) scr 3 Won by 45s 23» Electra had fist...

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STUDENTS WIN N.S.W. EIGHTS [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 13 February 1949

STUDENTS WIN N.S.W. EIGHTS University crew |ulnlled its early promise when it beat Sydney and Haberfield in the N.S.W. eight-oar championship on the Nepean River yesterday. The time for the three mile course-]6m 16s-was excellent, considering the heavy state of the river. Official margin was li lengths. University, taking an early lead from Sydney, led at the half- mile by a half length. This margin was maintained until approaching Victoria Bridge, when the students opened out to win by lj lengths. Haberfield, holder of the title, dropped further behind as the race progressed, to finish 7i lengths behind University. Norman Hobson, winner of the lightweight champion sculls, was having his first start since win- ning the title last year. R. Towns, runner-up to Hob- son, is a grandson of former world professional champion George Towns. Mr. A. B. Gould, State.selec tor, announced the names of the following oarsmen to trial for selection in the N.S.W. King's Cup crew. B. Hopkins. V. Midd...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
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UNIVERSITY WINS EIGHT-OAR RACE AT BIG REGATTA [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 13 February 1949

UNIVERSITY WINS EIGHT-OAR RACE AT BIG REGATTA TOP: University crew crosses the line 11- lengths ahead of Sydney to win the JN.S.W. eight-oar championship tit Penrith yesterday. BELOW: Olympic champion, Merv Wood has an easy win in the sculls event.

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FORECASTS (for 24 hours from 6 a.m.). [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 13 February 1949

FORECASTS (for 24 hours from 6 a.m.). CITY: Scattered showers at'first. Cool S.E. winds. Slight seas. N.S.W.: Warm, sultry N.E. part of State with thunderstorms and squalls. Early coastal showers, otherwise fine. S.E. winds, slight seas. ' SUN: To-day, r. 5-28, s. 6.50. MOON: R. 7.5 p.m., s. 4.42 a.m. TIDES: (Ft. Denison): H. 8.6 a.m. (5ft lOin), 8.45 p.m. (4ft 2in). L. 1.38-a./n. (5in), 2.45 p.m. (4in).

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
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Under Par Round [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 13 February 1949

Under Par Round With a one under par round of 67 off the stick at Balgowlah 3'esterday, P. C. ("Sam") Smith won the A grade club stableford with 43 points Smith had 11 pars and four bu dies, going out in 34 and back in 33 His score will not be rccog nised as a club amateur record because forward tecs were used and teeing up on fairways was permitted Smith was captain of Balgow lah s grade team last year Cronulla businessman Alan Mackay. 28, holed in one at Ihe 1 ^2 yards fifth at Cronulla yes- terday m unusual circumstances His number seven iron shot from the tee ended alongside the flagstick and the ball fell into the hole when the stick was carefully removed by the marker At Cabramatta yesterday S Austin holed out the 138 yards 10th in one Guildford butcher Bob Free- man 20, leturned 72 off the stick to equal the amateur course re cord at Cumberland Out in 34 and home m 38, Freeman impressed with his ability after only 12 months of golf On and from February 21 green fees at Moore ...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
In This Issue News: [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 13 February 1949

In This Issue - News: Home and Foreign, pp. 1, 3, 4, 6 Pictures, p. 5 Women, pp. 14,15,16., Sport: Turf News, pp. 17, l8, 19, 20. Athletics, p. 21 Cricket, p. 22. . Bowls, p. 21. 1 Golf, p. 22. Swimming, p. 23. , Ossie Pickworlli, p. 24. Billy Cook, p. 24. Editorial: Leading Article, Can- did Comment, Casual Converse, What Is Wrong With Aus- tralia? Cartoon, p. 2. Features: Spotlight On World Affairs, pp. 7, 8, 9. Wide-World, p. 10. Week In Politics, p. 10. Book Club, p. 11. Music, Theatre, p. 12. Religion, p. 12. Radio Details, p. 12. Finance, p. 13. New Films, p. 13. Magazine: Fashions, Special Articles, Films, Medicine, Garden* , ing, Cooking, Short Story, Crossword. "Playtime" Comics, Competitions, Puzzles, Serial, and ? K Story. | ' Competition Result- ' p. 6 (News-Section). I i ? .

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Cat Can Play "Firemen" [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 13 February 1949

Cat Can Play "Firemen" Frankie, a tomcat at Fire Brigade Headquarters, Castlereagh Street, city, joins the firemen in practice exer- cises. He slides down the fire pole and climbs the big I ladder. But as soon as a fire alarm sounds, Frankie I runs for cover.

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Now, A Shortage Of Ballrooms [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 13 February 1949

Now, A Shortage Of Ballrooms A DD to general shortages a -*? shortage of ballrooms in Sydney. Main city ballrooms are already booked out for the more popular nights throughout the Minter. Lances and parties held an nualh betöre the war are return- ing to the social scene, but three citj ballrooms which closed early in the «jr hase not reopened. Staff shortage is reported to be ¡ne reason-. The effort to be first in. ñrvt ^er\ed for * bookings. began exceptionally early this year, and many inquiries are now meeting v,iih disappointment. This is the situation at some ballrooms: Wentworth: Friday and Satur- day nights booked out from early May to the end of October. Trocadero: Booked out for June.' July, and August Federation House: Booked out Friday and Tuesday nights for three years. One or two Satur- day nichts available thU winter. Grace Bros.* Auditorium: Friday and Saturday nights booked out. March to December.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 13 February 1949

The Log pile ! / HERE is something about a log pile that conjures visions of honest Industry and a strong, simple life; that takes us back to the days when small bands of Intrepid pioneers literally hewed and'dug their way Into a new continent with a good broad-axe and heavy spade. The methods have largely changed today, but we still look for the same spirit In every fine enterprise. A NEW AGE.has created new wants, but basic to them all is a need for SECURITY. YOU can have tills security against financial losses by making an Investment In INSURANCE. « The'Manufacturers' Mutual can provide you with the finest, modern Insurance covers and service for comparatively small outlay. This progressive Australian organisation will be pleased to help you with information on any General Insurance cover. Personal Accident and Sickness . . .' »j Loss of Profit... Fire ... Pluvius ... Hall and Crop . . . Motor Vehicle ... Workers' Compensation... Marine ... PlateGla.Burglary... Highway Robbery . ...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEW FILMS "Rachel And The Stranger" [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 13 February 1949

l'*NEW FILMS* Rachel And The Stranger PLENTY of earthy barnyard smells are'blended with the sentimental perfumes in this appealing folk romance about' a widowed backwoodsman and the bond-servant he buys to be his wife and to-mothcr his child. The Oregon mountain setting of the story is keen With fresh air, and the dialogue has the easy-going pace and slow humour of frontier folk. Half-way through, the film ceases for a while to take itself seriously; there are a couple of episodes where it is too eager to see the joke (and overdo it), in the tender and hardy little tale of loyalty, mute patience, courage, and obstinacy. 'Save for tlic first few minutes, when an ^ audience is worried about placing the period of the tale (it could be 1800), the acting is high quality and unforced. Loretta Young is charming as the bond-servant who silently suffers many humiliations as she waits for the day when har husband will regard her as a wife to be cherished and not as a slave to 'be employed. Sh...

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THE WOMAN'S VIEWPOINT High Cost Of Rabbits In The City [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 13 February 1949

THE WOMAN'S VIEWPOINT High Cost Of Rabbits In The City WHAT about this plague of rabbits? I wish we had one in our suburb. Where do they go to-these untold millions who are trapped and killed each week? Last time I tried to buy one for my family-or for the cat I was charged 1/111. And how far docs one rabbit go for the family dinner? You'll tell me that my shopping centre is too expensive, but I've got a cottage in the suburbs, and where would I go to get a home in a cheaper area, tell me that? If only the rabbits were going in their millions to feed Britain I wouldn't grumble at the price here. But are they? The finding of even half a rabbit in the butcher's shop was a red-letter day in my English cousin's week, or perhaps I should say month there was nothing weekly about her rabbit purchases. - + * * HUGH BERESFORD says that Australian women don't wear the right hat at the right time. Bits of cocktail nonsense adorn us when we go shopping in the morning, and at lunch, as well as i...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 13 February 1949

Sisterly Loves Winter Fashions for l /dil the ii OMI II 11 iv o rid are every bit as style conscious as big sister's. Lay- by now at only 4/- in £ deposit. Diagonal Tweed Coat, 69/6 Eldest sister chooses this luindsome Coat for it's double breasted it)le, giving smartness and warmth Matching velvet collar, half belt and deep box pleats at back ¡n blue, tan, brick and wine, fyzes 33 ' and 36' * Velvet-trimmed Coat, 58/11 The Youngest Miss is a cop) cal, for she ivears the same sftlc Coat, but has additional velvet on the pocket flaps Perfectly tailored and fully lined with strong silk Blue, tan, brick and wine. Sizes 24' to 30". Jumper, 14/». Sunray Skiit, 24/6 Woollen Jumper in beige, blue, red, aqua 26 94 ' From 14/' to 16/3. A Skirl that swings in rIf)tiwi, made b) "Bellray" Wine, brown, gre), tan, green, blue and salmon Sizes 24 to 26' uaist. J Sorry, no pho \e or ma l orden SECOND FLOOR. THE HOUSE OF CURZON, PITT STREET Give yourself a lovely %*< fûfU> HOME PERM A ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 13 February 1949

{/¡jCut fyifaS* FLOWER ' MIST, THE WELL-KNOWN, DELIGHTFUL FRAGRANCE Summertime is Blue Grass time .. . the season to discover anew its talent to cool and refresh you after trie bath, to mist your hair with fragrance, to surround you for hours with its clean, fresh beauty. Keep Blue Grass at hand . as your constant summertime companion. Blue Grass Perfume Blue Grass Dusting Powder Blue Grass Eau de Cologne OblainMc ni Sïditry from: DAVID JONES' Eieluilv« Salon end Hair Shop, 3rd Floor, and Perfumery Dept,, Ground Floor, Elizabeth St. FARMER'S MARK FOY'S F«rfum«ry Dip»., Ground Floor, Pitt St. Perfumery Dept., Ground Floor, Liverpool St. . OR FROM ÎOUR LOCAL ELIZABETH ARDEN AGENT

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