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Intimate Jottings How Do You Like— [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Women's Weekly (1933 - 1982) — 8 July 1933

How Do You Like— ALICE BOLGER'S so great attach- ment to her ear-rings that she even wears them in a Chinese play? Mrs. Edmund Resch's "forty-thieves" jars? Professor Fawsitt's novel penalty for men students—making them sit with the women? Lieutenant Creal's snappy skating? "Zipped" Strad Miss Florence Hood, violinist, who returned to Australia recently, treats her valuable Strad with due care and respect. When she arrived from Mon- treal the instrument was encased in a covering fastened with a "zip" that did not in the least suggest the nature of its contents—or its value. "Lengthy"' Ballet If members of the Sydney University Dental Association are able in the future to attract patients as well as they are able to attract a crowd to their annual dance, they have nothing to fear. The faculty is the smallest at the Univer- sity, and yet it always manages to have a larger attendance at its dances than do other faculties. Led by Mr. Ted King—known to the members as "Length," for he mus...

Publication Title: Australian Women's Weekly (1933 - 1982), The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: National, Australia
DISTINCTIVE STYLES From the FILMS [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Women's Weekly (1933 - 1982) — 8 July 1933

DISTINCTIVE STYLES From the FILMS There is a certain distinc- tion which marks the apparel of the "stars." From a se- verely-tailored Eton jacket to luxurious bridal array, each bears the hall - mark of an artist. THIS week we present   five beautiful film fashions. No patterns are available for these models. +1. Karen Morley (M.-G.-M.) wear-   ing a very lovely dinner hostess type of frock in heavy dove grey crepe, with shoulder yoke, belt, and hemline trimmed with lacing bands of seed pearls, fin- ished with tie-ends. Long flowing sleeves fall from the yoke to the floor—giving a flowing, graceful effect. + 2. A feminine version of the "mess jacket," which originated in South America, is shown in the youthful even- ing jacket worn above by Jean Parker (M.-G.-M.), of white cotton pique. The jacket shows the waistcoat front with wide revers and Ascot tie, with sleeves that puff above elbow-length gloves. Be neath the frock is   of black crepe wi...

Publication Title: Australian Women's Weekly (1933 - 1982), The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Women's Weekly (1933 - 1982) — 8 July 1933

Does 1933 find you just where you were in 1932 ? If so, your Conscience must find you Guilty of Wasting Spare Time, and sentence you to an hour of I.C.S. study each night. Turn that loose-ead hour, between six and seven, into MONEY, and your CONSCIENCE will acquit you when, in 1934, you look back on 1933. I.C.S. Students get the big jobs — and keep them ! International Correspondence Schools (Australasia) Ltd. 140 ELIZABETH STREET, SYDNEY Accountant (Inst Ex) Com. Illustrator, Fashion Drawing. Cari'tures & C'toons Poster Drawing, Journalism, Short Story Writing, Show Card Writer,   .Salesman (any branch) Advert'r (any branch) Business M'gement, General Bookkeeper, Station Bookkeeper, Retail Management, Business Letters, General Education, Matriculation, Leaving Certificate, Intermediate, Nurses' Entrance Examination, Shorthand- Typing, Dressmaking, Tailoring, Aeroplane Engin'r,   Aeroplane Rigger, Aero. Designing, Motor Engineer, Diesel Engineer, Mo...

Publication Title: Australian Women's Weekly (1933 - 1982), The
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What I have bought THIS WEEK [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Women's Weekly (1933 - 1982) — 8 July 1933

By SAIDE For one hectic week this "shopping sleuth" has shed the role of mere window-gazer and price-assessor and assumed that of prac- tical buyer. And believe me, it has been a week fraught with adven- ture! My decrepit household goods cried aloud for renewal. I plunged, and my fresh possessions are still proving a delightful tonic. Electric Gadgets WHO would be without an electric bed-   side lamp at the small cost of 3/11— or 6/11, with flex, globe, and shade com- plete? This was something I had long coveted. It promised hours of cosy com- fort, tucked under the blankets with a favorite book! I chose a lamp with a stand enamelled in deep orange and a decorative scheme in blue. It is a fascinating contrivance, and such an addition to the appearance of my room. A bedroom radiator— small enough for convenience, but   giving adequate warmth—was my next purchase, at a cost of 12/6. An electric jug with a holding capacity of three pints and a reputa- tion for...

Publication Title: Australian Women's Weekly (1933 - 1982), The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GANGSTERS of the GARDEN [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Women's Weekly (1933 - 1982) — 8 July 1933

GANGSTERS of the GARDEN By THE OLD GARDENER "CHICAGO'S got nothing on this here patch of your   garden, Miss. Who looks after it? Your husband, eh? Well, it's over-run with gangsters of the garden. Some people call 'em weeds, but I call 'em gangsters; you never see one but there's fifty others; they work in gangs and pushes, and they's dangerous, too . . . pinch all the nourishment from the garden bed. "Through this month o' July, Miss, the flower folk grow very slowly, but not so them gangsters. They get round all over the place if you don't up and at 'em. * * * "THERE, now. What did I tell you? See that? Al. Capone Clover, one of the worst gangsters, has been and put all them little seedlings on the spot. Bumped 'em right off . . . poor little things. Well, we'll fix Mr. Clover straight away. Come on, out of it, me lad! We got you this time. The game's up. Ho! You won't come, eh? Going to put up a fight? All right, me hearty. That's fixed him, Miss ... up by the roots...

Publication Title: Australian Women's Weekly (1933 - 1982), The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Women's Weekly (1933 - 1982) — 8 July 1933

PALMERS :: PARK STREET also 390 GEORGE STREET (Post Office Block). Yearly SALE Just Released! A New 5-valve Superhet £15/19/6 Palmavox   This 5-Valve Super het Set is indeed re- markable value. The beautiful cabinet, with its full piano finish, is a credit to the art of the maker, and will win your instant approval. In- corporated are all the latest principles, including P h i 1 i p s' Golden Series Valves which are unexcelled for true tone and wonderful clarity. Palmers especially re- commend this set, and no wonder ! Owners (whose unsolicited let- ters can be seen in Palmers' Radio Dept.) have reported reception of over sixty stations, including Japan, New Zealand, etc. Another great feature is the 8in. Dynamic Speaker, only found in the highest priced sets. Really worth £27/10/- Greatest value in Sydney Just £15/19/6 Fire and Burglary Insurance. Installation within Twenty-four Hours. 90 days' guarantee on Valves. 90 days' Service. From Worry and Trouble. A Sturdy Ele...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Women's Weekly (1933 - 1982) — 8 July 1933

Lung and Chest COMPLAINTS A Few Reasons Why "MEMBROSUS" VTEATTT Has Proved Effective in Treating These Complaints This is what PATIENTS REPORT:— (1) The cough is less distressing. (2) Copious mucus is brought away, and then gradually diminishes. (3) Haemorrhages and night sweats cease. (4) The appetite improves, and (5) Strength is regained. Membrosus is an inhalation treatment, and therefore is the only logical way of treating Lung and Chest Complaints. The healing fumes come into direct contact with all infected parts of the lungs, nasal passages, and bronchial tubes, dislodging germ-laden mucus which the patient previously has been unable to dislodge, and which in some cases has been adhering to the walls of the lung and air passages for a considerable time. THE EASY EXPELLING of mucus means great comfort to the sufferer. With some, tre- mendous quantities are brought away. The hard, racking COUGH is eased and gradually disappears, and so the patient is able to lie down and sleep...

Publication Title: Australian Women's Weekly (1933 - 1982), The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A FAMILY STORY [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Women's Weekly (1933 - 1982) — 8 July 1933

A FAMILY STORY TO lose one's personal identity is gener- ally accounted a calamity, but the great number of people who have joined the happy "Smith Family," Joy Spread- ers Unlimited, have been more than repaid for so doing in the knowledge of the good work they have achieved. The big work of the Smith family at present is the establishment of Mount Arcadia home for children at Parra- matta North, where everyone interested is invited to attend on July 9. When completed the home will accom- modate 50 children. Expert medical attention, a specially chosen nursing staff, added to the environment and good food, will, it is felt, restore many suffering little ones to complete health. The ceremony at the home on July 9, and an entertainment in Prince Edward Theatre on the evening of that day, will be broadcast through 2UW, which has made the station available to "Smiths." The "family" has not been in the habit of appealing for assistance from the general public, but the big expense en- ta...

Publication Title: Australian Women's Weekly (1933 - 1982), The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MASS PRODUCTION of Violinists By RADIO [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Women's Weekly (1933 - 1982) — 8 July 1933

MASS PRODUCTION of Violinists By RADIO The up-to-date violin teacher gives radio lessons to his pupils. By SARABANDE EACH of the 5000 students has a text-book of lessons distributed free, and every Monday it is opened at the lesson for the day. The largest group in any one school numbers 150, and the small- est 7. As well as this group instruc- tion, over 2000 work in a room, each by himself, studying the violin in his own home. Superior musicians may smile at this instruction, but demon- strations have already been provided as evidence to its efficiency. In one American State this teacher (Dr. Maddy) called together all his pupils and met them for the first time. They played, at a concert, pieces which he had been practising with them over the air, and on which they had had no other instruction. The performance was said to have been creditable. The idea gains new enthusiasm every week. It is somewhat difficult for the beginner to come in once the course has been well under way, but...

Publication Title: Australian Women's Weekly (1933 - 1982), The
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OUR PARIS SNAPSHOTS [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Women's Weekly (1933 - 1982) — 8 July 1933

OUR PARIS SNAPSHOTS PLAID crocheted cotton scarf and hat ensembles, the hat being lacquered to resemble straw, are new sports cos- tume details. * * * COLORED satin and gold kid are favorite evening shoe materials; they are also good when combined. CRISP pique evening coats of three- quarter length and stiff organdie evening wraps will be worn for the sum- mer. Favorite styles in organdie are the waist-length, frilly jacket or elbow- length capelets.   THERE are lots of skirt and blouse evening dresses for semi-demi wear. Lelong's dress with a plaid organdie blouse and a black net skirt, and Main- bocher's with a white lace bodice and black crepe skirt, are two new examples. * * * HERIN is launching wool scarf blouses having knitted white roll collars that resemble a scarf when held in the hand, but which wrap around into a conventional-looking blouse—an amusing jacket suit accessory for week- ending. * * * MANY of the new evening dresses have   bunches of ...

Publication Title: Australian Women's Weekly (1933 - 1982), The
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PARIS-VIENNA MODEL JUMPER [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Women's Weekly (1933 - 1982) — 8 July 1933

PARIS-VIENNA   MODEL JUMPER Originality of design, inter- preted in charming color con- trasts, is the outstanding feature of this popular series of knitted jumpers, published exclusively by The Australian Women's Weekly. THE jumper illustrated has a fascinating treatment in the "latticed" yoke and sleeves. It is knitted in cardinal and beige, and finished with nickel buckle and buttons. The completed garments in this series are displayed at the wool de- partment at David Jones, who courte- ously supplied the wool. If knitted with 3-ply wool and No. 9 needles this jumper will fit 36in. bust figure. Materials: 10oz Paton's 3-ply super- fingering in red, 1oz 3-ply fawn, 1 pair No. 9 bone needles and 1 pair No. 12 steel needles, 1 crochet needle, 1 nickel clip, and 3 nickel buttons. Front: With No. 12 steel needles and red wool cast on 126 stitches and knit in ribs of 2 plain, 2 purl, for 6 inches. Now change to No. 9 needles, and change the rib to 8 plain, 1 purl, and, on...

Publication Title: Australian Women's Weekly (1933 - 1982), The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Women's Weekly (1933 - 1982) — 8 July 1933

SKIN DISEASES and THEIR ORIGIN Extract from a lecture given by Mr. J.   J. McHugh. M.P.S., Ph.C, the well- known skin and scalp specialist. "Many people who ignore dandruff seldom realise that many skin infections are caused   by this complaint. Seborrhoea of the scalp, face, and body, inflamed eyes (conjunctiv- itis), rosacea, pimples, and rash on face,   back and chest, in 9 cases out of 10 find their source in dandruff. "Many scalp affections are due to too in- frequent washing of scalp, use of wrong soap, etc." During the past 10 years Mr. McHugh has cured an amazing number of cases thought hopeless. His scurf formula and special diag-   nosis treatment have brought him fame in curing Eczema, Psoriasis, Varicose veins, Tropical ringworm, Acne, Pruritis, and other   distressing complaints when other methods   have failed. Free advice is available to The Australian   Women's Weekly readers f...

Publication Title: Australian Women's Weekly (1933 - 1982), The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CONSIDER the SILHOUETTE That Subtle Simplicity [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Women's Weekly (1933 - 1982) — 8 July 1933

CONSIDER the SILHOUETTE The girl or the woman of charm is the one who can afford to be natural; who can walk or dance without the unnatural restraint imposed by com- pression, the restriction imposed by heavy and exacting corsetry. To be forced to submit to heavily boned garments, in which one scarce dares to breathe, results in acute bodily discom- fort and the mental unrest that follows in its train. Foundation garments have banished this very real bogey for all time. Corsets take their right- ful place in the family album—beneath the anti- quated bustles that we thankfully relinquish to our predecessors.   That Subtle Simplicity To achieve that simplicity of line synonymous with grace and with health we have considered it necessary hitherto to look overseas to famous designers and then to look, searchingly, in our purses and compromise with the "next best thing." That the elegance that begets the grace of perfect co-ordination, as ex- pressed in the illustrations of ...

Publication Title: Australian Women's Weekly (1933 - 1982), The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: National, Australia
QUEEN OF THE NIGHT CLUBS [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Women's Weekly (1933 - 1982) — 8 July 1933

QUEEN OF THE NIGHT CLUBS To all interested in visualising the hectic night life of the London of 1919, and early post-war years, the remin- iscences of Kate Meyrick, known as the Queen of the Nights Clubs, can be re- commended. FROM the night she opens the doors of Dalton's Club, in Leicester Square, next door to the Alhambra, till we hear the prison gates of Holloway clang behind her, her hand was on the pulse of fashionable London, and all the glitter- ing demi-monde that floated, naturally, to the floors of her night clubs from every big city of the world. Here's an extract from the book that gives some idea of the cosmopolitan nature of Dalton's Club:— "What a mixed lot our visitors were! Ex-officers, Belgian and Russian refu- gees, peers and princes—all sorts and conditions flocked there to revolve round the candle-flame of pleasure, from the highest in the land to the lowest. The King of Denmark arrived one night ac- companied by a large retinue—all fully armed, since the pres...

Publication Title: Australian Women's Weekly (1933 - 1982), The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Racial Problems of Outback [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Women's Weekly (1933 - 1982) — 8 July 1933

Racial Problems of Outback DID "in-breeding" of humans among the pastoral families of out-back Australia ever reach the point indicated by Jim McCarter in Love's Lunatic? Unlike Mr. McCarter's first book, "Pan's Clan," which told of hard times on the station and stock routes, it is in the emotions and reactions of a hand- ful of people and the havoc in-breeding makes of their lives that "Love's Luna- tic," which has all the ingredients of a real melodrama, deals. The heroine, Maude Fisher, finds on the suicide of her bank manager father that her fortune consists of £100, and her ability to keep house. Tragedy al- most overtakes her when as housekeeper she goes to Nulla Mulla station and be- comes infatuated with the young owner, Barclay Newton. But true love and happiness come to her in the person of overseer Nick Watson. Barclay's hatred of the Watsons (brother and sister), with whom he grew up, and the dia- bolical pleasure he takes in betraying Belle Watson, indirectly lead to hi...

Publication Title: Australian Women's Weekly (1933 - 1982), The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Women's Weekly (1933 - 1982) — 8 July 1933

£50 £36 £25 £20 £12'10'- I*-I - £10/10/- "Fx & R" DIAMOND RINGS . . . Quality The quality of "Fx. & R." Diamond Rings is expressed in the fire, colour and brilliance of the stones, and the perfection of design and workmanship. It's quality that counts in diamond rings, since it is the factor that deter- mines value. Extremely low price or large dia- monds do not necessarily mean VALUE. Price "Fx. & R." Diamond Rings are offered at most reasonable prices. Diamonds are purchased direct from the markets of the world, and the rings are made in our own workrooms. There are no intermediate profits to be added to the cost of the rings. Value Taking into consideration the supreme quality of "Fx. & R." Diamond Rings, and the reason- able prices at which they are offered, it is no exaggeration to say that they represent the best value in Sydney. £8'8'- Fairfax & Roberts Ltd "The Oldest Jewellery House in Sydney," 42'- 23-25 HUNTER STREET

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Women's Weekly (1933 - 1982) — 8 July 1933

A Berlei   Front-lace foundation   so much more     satisfactory       WHEN a front-lacing garment     doesn't poke into the flesh at     the diaphragm —but sets smooth-   ly, comfortably close about the         waist; when it doesn't ride up       —but keeps its correct position       throughout the day; when it         banishes the busk—and fastens       very firmly, but oh, so comfort-               ably at one side, it is different       indeed, it is, in fact, a Berlei &nb...

Publication Title: Australian Women's Weekly (1933 - 1982), The
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JUST CHATTER [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Women's Weekly (1933 - 1982) — 8 July 1933

JUST CHATTER Mirle Kenavan, of South Brisbane, is very fond of reading; Eileen Ferguson, of Berowra, at- tends Chatswood Commercial High School; Sylvia Delacour, of North Auburn, likes playing sklppings; Peggy Bushby, of Bingara, has a doll named Peggy; John ITopton, of Strath- field, has a kitten; Edith Buckley, of Campsie, has a fox-terrier for a pet; Joyce Kemble Allen, of Chatswood, will be fifteen next No- vember; Marjorie Riddell, of Lane Cove, likes all kinds of sport, with the exception of foot- ball; Margaret Gilbert, of Monteagle, lives in the centre of a rich wheat and wool district; Gordon Mapstone, of Oatley, has a little fox terrier pup; Myra Pearson, of Wongarbon, learns music; Lynette Monkley, of Chatswood, is fond of painting pictures; Irene Dorey, ol Paddington, plays basket-ball during the win- ter months; Joyce Mallender, of Port Kembla, learns dressmaking, and music; Leslie Bain, of Randwick, is very fond ot dancing; Irene Bailey, of Point Clare, loves art; Iris...

Publication Title: Australian Women's Weekly (1933 - 1982), The
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LAST ACT IN DRAMA OF Lebbeus Hordern Amazing Life Of Sydney Merchant Prince [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Women's Weekly (1933 - 1982) — 8 July 1933

LAST ACT IN DRAMA OF Lebbeus Hordern Amazing Life Of Sydney Merchant Prince "Hopewood House" home of the late Mr. Lebbeus Hordern, is now in the course of being con verted into a finishing school for young ladies. Where once leaders of Sydney's smartest set were wont to be enter- tained with all the splendor of a merchant prince's extravagance, the priceless furniture and carpets have been removed to make room for the more useful, if less aesthetic, desks and fittings of a modern school of culture. NOT without a tinge of regret will Sydney society note the last act in the drama of the life of Mr. Lebbeus Hordern, who was found dead at his beautiful home in Darling Point on September 10, 1928. Few people have been able to crowd into the space of 37 years such a life- time of experience as the late Mr. Lebbeus Hordern-a life of extraordin- ary gaiety, interspersed with periods of domestic unhappiness, two marriages, a big divorce suit, adventures and travel over the world by land, by ...

Publication Title: Australian Women's Weekly (1933 - 1982), The
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The World of Music [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Women's Weekly (1933 - 1982) — 8 July 1933

The World of Music   By   ROBERT McCALL ELEVEN years ago, Phyllis McDonald, pupil of the Golden Grove Convent, was awarded a scholarship, tenable at the Royal Academy. It was not long before she herself became a professor of the violin there, and earned a reputation as a brilliant concert artist in London. Last week Miss McDonald gave her first concert in the Town Hall since her return to Australia. She played the Brahms "Sonata in D Minor," a con- certo by Delius, and several shorter things. These were sufficient to reveal the player's high accomplishments in all departments of fiddle-work. Lacking the proper support of an orchestra, the Delius made somewhat arid, if interest- ing, hearing, although Frank Hutchens was as effective as one could hope for with the unsatisfactory piano support. Clement Williams sang as artistically as ever in several baritone contributions. * * * ANOTHER violinist, Nora Williamson, who has foreign successes to her credit, gave...

Publication Title: Australian Women's Weekly (1933 - 1982), The
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