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Psoralea Soars To Popularity [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953
Psoralea Soars To Popularity THIS SPRING Psoralea bushes seem to be bigger and brighter than for years past. nPHERE are splendid specimens at almost every turn of the road in North Shore gardens,' where shrub-culture is al- most a passion, Psoralea pinnata was fore destined to success not so many years ago, when it first reached circulation. Thc lovely, sparkling blue (call it mauve-blue) of the massed, pea-shaped flowers ensured that. Both the pro- digality of them and their setting in serried array in big clusters make them stand out. Keep It Sliapely The bush itself is nicely ' decorative in narrow, nice green leaflets, lt grows lustily. In good soil Psoralea needs hard pruning , as soon as the flowers fall. Cut well back along every flowering branch and shoot, almost to the base of last summer's wood. That keeps it shapely and compact and a cover of those blue blossoms comes over it like a mantle again next spring. Watered well in summer, its surface-feeding, voracious roots nee...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953
IM, IIIKIDIST h The World's Safest Insecticide JMIC TO INSECT PESTS OF VEGETABLES AND FLOWERS BUT HARMLESS TO HUMANS ' Specially recommended for grubs, caterpillars, aphids, and thrips attacking cabbages, cauli jflowers, broccoli and other green vegetables. Also highly effective against a wide range of insects attacking flowers and shrubs. Derridust can be used with fâÊmmmSSgÊ the iime^of^harvest. r^^^^^É .k Bulk supplies, 28 lbs. .. 42/-gg**^ ' *. 56 lbs. .84/- ^StNgQgP ' " fi Attractive discounts to retailers. ti. i Sol« Distributor*: HOUGHTON & BYRNE PTY.LTD. >- . PEST CONTROL SPECIALISTS j GARDEN LATTICE WE ARE SPECIALISTS IN THE FIELD OF QUALITY LATTICE WORK. IMMEDIATE QUOTES GLADLY GIVEN FOR - GARDEN - CAR DRIVES - PAGODAS - PRIVACY SCREENS - GATES, ETC. «SfiíTÉRIOR DECORATION ... Let us submit new American &lt;lMeJ for inside work . . . Division for Cocktail Ilurs, Dinettes, iw , J-axBc Rooms, cte. . . . Finished pastel shudes. Mjf. COUNTRY ENQUIRIES WELCOM...
Seed-setting Is Exhausting [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953
Seed-setting ls Exhausting TT" EEP pansies and pop * pies picked now that they are blooming freely. Even though we've had a few warm (even hot) days recently, it is remarkable how these early springtime colour-makers keep on flow- ering. The main thing is to water them well and often (not necessarily soak with sprink- ler), and mulch or lightly till the surface between water- ings. That way, poppies, pan- sies and sweet peas among other annuals can be kept going for quite a while yet in this mostly hostile season. These winter-workers are not as soft as they look. In places, poppies have been decimated by spotted wilt. These yellowed and roset- ted plants need removing. They are the usual casual- ties of a freakish and dry springtime.
Coming Shows [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953
Coming Shows Carden Party and Inspection: Home of Mr. and Mrs. David Pratten, "Juniper Gr e e n," Pittwater Road, Pymble, Fri., Oct. 16 (2.15 p.m.). Flower Show: St. Bede's Parish Hall, Drummoyne, Sat., Oct. 17 (12 noori-4.30 p.m. and 7 p.m.-9 p.m.). Camden Park Gar- dens: Open Sunday afternoon, Oct. IS (1.30 to. 4.30 p.m.). Grand Spring Rose Show and Display: Bush Book Club and National Rose Society of N.S.W., David Jones' Art Gallery, Oct. 21 (7.30 p.m.), Oct. 22 and 23 (all day).
KILL WHITE CEDAR CATERPILLARS [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953
KILL WHITE CEDAR CATERPILLARS TV/TELIA AZEDARACH, the white cedar, is a tree of extremely grace- ful aspect. It is beautiful when clustered with lovely lilac blossoms. Inland it adorns street and home gardens effectively. Next to the peppercorn and the Athel, it is a dry climate mainstay, putting up some splendid performances. Forbes melias are master- pieces. On the coast a blight in the form of a leaf-eating hairy caterpillar puts it out of court. Bul these pesty things can be controlled if the job is tackled early. From now on keep a sharp lookout near the base of the tree trunks. These caterpillars are noc- turnal feeders. They con- gregate during the day near ground" level. Watch, sweep and destroy them, but don't wait until they take charge.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953
(The Elecrrocousric 10 MARTIN PLACE (Opp introduce HEARING CENTRES Company) G.P.O.). BL2637 Policy OF FITTING HEARING AIOS. No matter how skilfully a person's hearing loss Is ana- lysed, or how carefully a Hearing Aid ls selected, it is impossible lo say whether thc Aid recommended will give the same degree or satisfaction outside as it appears to do during a demonstration. Under the Telex Home Trial Policy a SCIENTIFIC procedure is adopted which ls lelt to be superior to a mere "home demonstration," An audiometric test ls given to Indicate which Telex Hearing Aid ls best for each client. The aid, after being carefully adjusted, is released for io days to be tested under natural SELF-CHOSEN conditions at Home, In Church, at Meet- ings, the Theatre, etc., so that its benefits and limita- tions can be appreciated. During trial several inter- views are arranged at the Telex Centre, where the client reports his or her experiences and the aid ls carefully adjusted to suit more exactly In...
Families Sharing Mansion [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953
MR. FALSÏEIN Families Sharing' Mansion The David Stewart-Dawson and Max Falstein fami- lies are "roughing it" in a Darling Point mansion. The house, in East- bourne Road, formerly belonged to David Stewart Dawson, but he sold it to Falstein last week. Falstein has issued an eviction order against Mrs. Stewart - Dawson who claimed this week she had been deserted by her hus- band. She is seeking another -house to live in but may re- sist the eviction order. Meanwhile she, her mother, a nurse, and her two small children are sharing the house with Mr. and Mrs. Falstein and their family of four. Mrs. Stewart-Dawson has the use of a bedroom, dres- sing room and sunroom. Mr. and Mrs. Falstein are sleeping in the dining-room, their son (aged 16) in the bar, and the three younger children in the nursery. Both women share the kitchen, which now has two refrigerators, two stoves, two deep-freeze units. They cook "at intervals" -meals for children and adults being served in relays. The two fami...
Churchill Says Danger Is Further Away PARTY SPEECH From Our Staff Correspondent and A.A.P. [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953
Churchill Says Danger Is Further Away PARTY SPEECH From Our Staff Correspondent and A.A.P. MARGATE, Oct. 10.-The Prime Minister, Sir Winston Churchill, said to-day that he believed danger was further away than when his Govern- ment took office. "Certainly the sense of crisis in our world relations is less than it was two years ago," he told 2,500 delegates at the Conservative Party congress. It was his first speech since his recent illness. j Sir Winston said:. "The vast majority of all the peoples wherever they may dwell', desire above all things to carri their daily bread in peace. "Our first duty is to aid the United Nations loyally and faithfully in ¡ts task. But the world also needs patience. It "needs -a period of calm rather than vehement attempts to pro- duce clear-cut solutions. "There' have been many periods where prompt and valiant action might have averted calamities. This is not one of them. "Even, if we entered on a . phase only of easement for five, or 10 years that m...
H. C. Press Speeds To Sailing Win [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953
H.-C. Pres« Speeds To Sailing Win H. C. Press, revelling in the strong south-westerly wind, won the Sydney Fly- ing Squadron Deputy President's Handicap on the Harbour yesterday. It beat the scratch boat, Apex, by lmin. 55sec. with Jenny Too 3min. 30sec. away, third. These were the only boats to complete the course. Margarita, Jan and Diane capsized while the remain- der of the flat retired. Diane capsized when in second place approaching Chowder Head leaving H. C. Press well ahead of Apex. SYDNEY FLYING SQUADRON. -Deputy president's handicap: H. C. Press (G. Press), 6m 30s, 1; Apex &lt;L. Heffernan), scr., 2; Jenny Tod (G. Solomon), 6m, 3. (Only boats to finish). Capsized: Marga- rita, Ja'n, Diane. Retired: The Tiger, Sylvia Too, Ace, Nerang. Won by lm S5s, 3m 30s. OTHER CLUBS RIVER_12ft skiffs: Thunder (M. McDonald), scr., 1; Talisman (T. Riley), Sm, 2. (Only boats to finish.) Talisman winner of trophy. V.J. class: Dunbar (P. Tutt), lim, 1; Pegasus (D. Thompson), 9m, 2. Wo...
Compulsory Holidays STAFF CORRESPONDENT [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953
Compulsory Holidays STAFF CORRESPONDENT NEW YORK, Saturday. -Bank clerks in Indiana are being forced to take their annual holidays. They are the only work- ers who must take them on a compulsory basis. Indiana was plagued by bank shortages after World War li-. The new law has cut embezzlements to the lowest on record. Explains Mr. Joseph McCord, director of the State Financial Commission, "We found that most clerks who took money in the past refused vacations so their books couldn't be examined by someone else."
Cycling Merger [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953
Cycling Merger Professional cycling im the western suburbs will be solidly consolidated by the formation last week of a Sydney Combined League. The League has secured Wiley Park Oval for its racing headquarters and the first four dates for open meetings are October 21 and 28 and November 4 and ll. Clubs who have com- bined are Ashfield, Banks- town, Campsie, St. George, Western Suburbs, Eastern Suburbs, Illawarra and Petersham. During the season the league expects to have world champion Sid Patter- son and other overseas riders, as well as Australia's stars appear at specially promoted carnivals.
State Bowls Pairs [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953
State Bowls Pairs O'Toole, Hudspeth &lt;N. Sydney), 29, beat Corliss, Kerry .(Peter- sham), 21; Cox, Edgeworth (Coo- gee), 22, beat Hagney, Lumley (Hornsby), 16; Green, Beck (City), 29, beat. Lumley, Messner (Warra- wee), 9; Caldwell, Hughes, 17, beat Stodart, Blackwood, 16; Ralph, Wilding (Ryde), 28, beat Prosser, Farlow (Hurlstone Park), 15; Ran- dall, Scott (City), 21, beat Richard- son, Baldwin (N. Sydney), 16; City, 30, beat Railways, 15; Victoria Park, 24, Waverley, 23. Chapman, Honcybone (N.S.), 33, beat Griffith; Stubbs (Eastwood), 16. ,_'
STURT GRIFFITH DISCUSSES Summer Check-Up [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953
ll CERTAIN FAULTS can lie dormant dur- ing thc cold winter months, but become active in thc heat of summer driving. HPHE most important I ?*. checks for the ap- proaching hot weather are thc radiator and thc tyres. Both of these units will be heavily stressed in the months ahead. The radiator and cooling system will undoubtedly be due for a flush. Buy a can of radiator flushing compound of a re- cognised brand recommend- ed by your garage, and fol- low its direction in cleansing the cooling system. Thc purpose of this flush out is to remove sediment and rust which reduce the effectiveness of the cooling system, and may choke the operation of the thermostat, and cause boiling. Having cleansed the cool- ing system, it is an excellent idea to add the required small quantity of soluble oil to the water in the system. This inhibits the forma- tion of rust and sediment, and so preserves the cooling system against further de- terioration. A disconcerting stoppage on thc road, and one thal ...
Hints To Motorists [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953
Hints To Motorists N.R.M.A. engineers offer the following hints to motorists: OIL CHECK When checking thc quantity of oil in thc sump, the rod should he Hiped clean when it is withdrawn and then inserted to take thc reading. Never check the oil while thc motor is running. TYRES A little soap and water rubbed over thc bend of tyres simpli- fies the fitting of these parts, and will lessen the possibility of dam- age to thc tyre bead and lube. FUEL CONSUMPTION Thc economical fuel consumption speed on most cars is 30 to 35 ni.p.li. Tramping on thc accelerator, or sud- den applications of the brakes and speeding up to 35 ni.p.h. are wasteful habits. SPANNERS Never use spanners with "sprung" jaws. It is cheaper to throw them away, as they fend to round bolthcads and make them difficult to remove.