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Broken Hill Barrier Miner (Newspaper) - February 16, 1953, Broken Hill, New South Wales ,. Monday february 16, 1953. Well done Cheetham Pear expressed in 1952-.that the australian to or j by the Youthful and inexperienced South african team would do Cricket More harm than Good were woefully ill founded the proposed tour thought Many would be too much of a Gamble after the successful visit of the colourful West indies. Even some of the big shots in Cricket were against a tour by such a weak Side.1 v Captain Jack Cheetham on his arrival in Perth admitted he had a Stearn of Young sters virtually untried in big Cricket but eager to learn and to give of their Best. But said Cheetham his Side would Lack nothing in enthusiasm. it would make a Good impression and offer Stout opposition before the test series were concluded. 1 How right the South african skipper prophecy was has been proved conclusively. His Side glorious win in the final test in Melbourne was con a popular and game. C. ? i we compliment the touring Side first on its sportsmanship throughout the series second on its grand showing on the Field and third on what it has done for the better ment of Cricket generally. " the South africans proved themselves the equal of the australians undisputed masters of Cricket since the War. They have helped to stimulate the flagging interest in big Cricket in Australia. They have shown that the australian team is by no Means unbeatable even when the Odds Are heavily. Weighted in their favor. In England no doubt there is As much jubilation As there is in South Africa. And in a More subdued Way there is widespread satisfaction throughout Australia at the final result of what has proved a closely fought test series. Cleric fears japs will lure natives patrol services should be re established to prevent japanese Pearl ing Crews from interfering with natives a prominent arnhem land missionary said the Rev o. F. Ellemore chairman of the North Australia District methodist overseas Mission was com menting on the coming visit by a japanese pearling Fleet to the Arafura sea. He said that on past experience it1, was Liard to be Lieve japanese assurances that Pearler would not enter australian Waters and that no Crew member would c o ashore in Australia. Miv Ellemore said. It is impossible not to ask whether the same old Loop holes of the past governing v territorial. A aters fresh water and engine trouble will be exploited to the full. One must. Also ask whether native women will be interfered with As before with same results and in of crease in half castes Abor Tion disease infanticide and a general deterioration of tribal life. \ another prominent Darwin resident said they May obey the Law and Anchor three and a half Miles off Shore but the natives will sail out in their canoes to the. Loggers and Exchange women. Apr to r " ? " stay a cry to Ehtle i get a Imp i theft inquiries Sydney. Detectives in Sydney questioned More than 30 people during inquiries into the theft of a mailbag Cori Taining �20,500. K i Jother detectives and pos tax and railway investigators concentrated their attention on Cessnock where a the theft was discovered the Money was in one of six registered mailbag which left Sydney on the Glen Innes mail at 9.20, . On wednesday. A six bags consigned to Cessnock were off loaded at West. Maitland and Somo hours later were put on another train for Cessnock where the Money was missed. i. Meeting next we play there will be a mass meet ing of . Of a Mem Bers at the turf Oval next sunday to heart the exec. Tive report in connection with the Union cd Aims this was decided at a meeting of the executive yesterday. Who discussed Tho mining. Managers association a reply to a request made by. Union representatives at a conference last december. Masked gunman gets �20 from Vic watchman Melbourne a masked gunman held up a watchman at the Batman Hill hotel Spencer Street City at 2.40 k . This morning and escaped with �20. The watchman was sitting in the ground floor office when he heard a. Sound and turned to see a Rifle poked through a. Round. Aperture in the Glass window. Behind it a Man wearing a Green tartan mask with slits of or Eye holes said this is a Bldr up where. Is y our Money or. Davis grabbed the Rifle barrel an pushed it Back through tie opening. The intruder ran round to door smashed a Glass panel and opened the Doon. A he ordered or. Davis to open the till and took �20 he was March Jig or. Davis out of the office when or. Davis suddenly turned pushed the gun aside and ran for the lift. Two patrol cars were quickly on the Sci no. They searched the area without Success. V was sewer main cause of deaths Sydney. W i t a t h r e e babies already dead and six others in Hospital detectives Are inquiring whether a broken sewer main which remained out of repair for two Days a is the cause of a Gastro enteritis epidemic at the Hargrave Park housing settlement near Liverpool. " the state health. Depart ment has also ordered y its officers to investigate the outbreak and to. Inquire whether it could have Arisen from other causes. \ the last of the three deaths which occurred in Liverpool state Hospital was reported yesterday the other children. Who Are now in Hospital Are All seriously ill and at least twp Are listed As critical. Made dash for Freedom youths made a vain dash for free Dom at Eden Hope police station 45 Miles South West of Horsham yesterday. Police were question ing the youths aged 19 and 20, when one took a shallow dive through a window. He was recaptured suffering from cuts about the head. The other dashed out of i the station without his trousers. He ran blindly into a wheelbarrow and later nose dived into an incinerator. Jury dismissed in Sydney trial of an action against la Wollongong doctors collapsed when it was disclosed that one of the jurors was mar ried to a receptionist employed by one of the doctors. The Case was about to enter its tenth Day in Wollon Gong District court. Judge Nield discharged the jury and stood the action Over for a new trial., or. Henry Michael / Price a German / jew is claiming �1,000 on four counts. He is alleging that. By conspiracy and libel the la doctors had prevented him from operating at Wollongong District Hospital. When the Case opened or. S Isaacs q.c.,for or. Price unsuccessfully sought per Mission to examine members of the Jui y of four As to any \. Likely relationships with the la defendants. When the court resumed on Friday judge Nield after announcing that a hearing had taken place in Cham Bers said it had come to the notice of or. Price that one member of the jury was the husband of a woman who was employed As a receptionist by one of the Doc tors he added that or. Price on that ground had applied for the discharge of the jury. He had come to the conclusion that there was no alternative but to take the action sought. Or. Duhig on betting a Brisbane. A the roman Catholic Church regarded betting As dangerous. But would not intervene if it was Only. Moderate Arch ? Bishop do Hig said last night. Betting should be done away with altogether he added. There should not be one Law for the Rich arid an other for the poor by which Only those can pay to get of to a racecourse Are Able to bet a. A i he was replying to critic j cism by the vice president of the Queensland Council of churches the Rev. T Rees Thomas. A or. Thomas a congregationalist had said in a ser Mon that archbishop Duhig was either ill informed or misinformed about legalising off thai course betting. Diplomat has fears of wife Canberra. An australian Diplomat wife apparently intended to plague her Hus band for the rest of his life with a restitution order his counsel claimed in the Canberra supreme court. The Diplomat John Charles Kevin minister designate to Indonesia had petitioned for divorce alleging desertion by his wife Hermine Kevin of Bellevue Hill Sydney. Mrs. Kevin co enter petitioned for rejection of her husband suit on the ground that she had a prior claim before the . Supreme court for restitution of con Jugal rights. Or. S. A Shippard for Kevin said that nothing would please his client More than for mrs. Kevin to go on with her suit but far she. Had taken no Steps to proceed further on the restitution order or. Justice Simpson is it possible that a . Divorce court might find that Kevin has deserted his wife while a Canberra court might find the other Way round or. Phippard that could happen. Extraordinary things Are possible under the Fede ral act. I. The hearing was adjourned until March 2. Drowned on their honeymoon couple mar ried Only a week ago were drowned at Lamington National Park 70 Miles from Brisbane near the . Border at the week end. Their bodies were re covered today after a search through dense Jungle. _ they were Thomas Robert Waller 26 and Jean Wal Ler 22of to Wong Bris Bane v who were on their honeymoon. Police believe that neither could swim and that they were drowned after one Feii into a Pool 14 feet deep. Ballet Star comeback famous English Ballerina Moira Shearer whose baby daughter was born in August made a comeback ? at London Royal opera House last week. Shown rehearsing for her part in symphonic variation it is her first appearance sine september 1951. Troubles of family new York sunday. The. Trouble with the Clemans family of Hamilton on Tari ois that it just does t know when to Stop. Hamilton police a a rest a the son Conley 18at 5 . Yesterday for driving without a licence. At 5.30 Conley aunt turned up to bail Liim out. She was arrested for drunkenness. Half an hour later his Mother arrived demanding that the pair be set free. Police said that she was abusive and locked her up for disorderly conduct. At 6.15 Conley Clemans sen., arrived to investigate. He was promptly charged with failing to Register the car. An their neighbouring. Cells last night the Clemans had just one request would a policeman please drop around Home and feed tue cat a lic Wii against Ullig Odds 1321b womb Al landed a 3521b Black Marlin six Miles off Sydney yester Day after a three hour fight. She is miss Toni Illing Worth of Newport who was badly bruised _ about the arms sind Hack her hands Rich Man fed up with food in w. Aus. Gaol Kalgoorlie Norman Morton Stewart Britain fabulous Rich Man is fed up with Kalgoorlie gaol. He detests the cooking the company the Kalgoorlie Cli mate and the cockroaches. Morton Stewart has been held since wednesday on a vagrancy charge. " he complained Lovani hot a convict. I am Only on re Mand. The Only charge against me is. Vagrancy and that is not serious. I am entitled to better treatment. The gaol is infested with cockroaches. I have a seen them up to 2in Long running Over the floors. I a Oil Mililli the. Food is bad. It is being1 cooked by a prisoner Here. There in t even a chair in my cell Only the bed. The heat is stifling Dur ing the Day. There no escape from it.". Morton Stewart is in a Stone cell roofed with galvanised Iron. His cell mate is a Man charged with Only visitor now is his his religious adviser. Captain Cook of the Sal vation t army was. Refused i permission to see him. Smokers and lung cancer London Sun some cases of lung cancer. May be caused by tobacco smoking but doctors cannot prove this says professor Richard Passey director of cancer research at Leeds University. Professor Passey adds if the reported increase in lung cancer due. To to Bacco smoking How does it come about that there is by increase in the incidence of cancer in other parts of the respiratory tract such As the Mouth and Tongue but there is some slight decrease in cancer in these dryers record breaking summer Sale another release of ladies underwear h Ard to believe prices. Seeing ? is believing 6/11. Parties 3/11 i . Short veg fancy celanese 5/11 7/6 parties -f-4/11s.w.-o.sfull leg Plain celanese 9/6 briefs lace trim Glove silk six colors. 17/6 bras top slips 7 9/11 celanese. Lace trim . 29/6 two piece sets �9/h half slip and Pantie or Brief. Celanese nights 19/6 s., in assorted brands including Golden Ray. All put for one Price. 29/11 girls Jersey. Frocks 17/6 by Pat Blaine daintily made trimmed with lace. Sizes 18in.-30in. Colors Pink Blue Green Maize. Be Early for this one Book hits at i Macarthur new York army tried to Stop publication of a Book on Korea partly because it accused general Macarthur of breaking Security in an. Effort to obtain newspaper publicity evidence showed today. Tie Book said general Macarthur alleged Security breach resulted in costly United nations casualties. The evidence was introduced at the court martial at fort Meade Maryland of Lieut colonel Melvin voor Hees who ignored an order to withdraw his Book after it was denied clearance. Brigadier general. Prank Dorn the army Deputy information chief testified that the first two chapters of the Book korean tales were enough to convince him it should not be published without some changes. Colonel Voorhees former editor of the Tacoma times Drew on his experiences As eighth army chief censor in writing the Book

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