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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

Numerous inquiries are being received and il is not possible to <answei 'them nil in detail. Ivory effort, however, ts made to answer questions of general in- terest. Letters should be addressed to "Wara- tah." care of "The Sun-Herald."

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

SpovBásS ÍVi> Si'wiseness ft>S Cdl.LI (, I lo.\ NO. i: 2-1 mrge Exhibition Varieties. the cream ol this type Ut purchased separately this- collection would cost Wi-.) FOI only 30/ COLI.i;C'II()N NO. .'I: 12 Inrge Exhibition Varieties toi 15/ COI.LKCTION NO. 8: 6 Australian (Sullied and 0 Anenomo Centred, lor 15/-. COLLECTION NO. IO: This collertlon hus been specially rompllcd for the home-uardener whose space ls limited. Hnd comprises 3 singles. 3 Australian Quilled. 3 decorative. 3 anenomc centred, lor 15/-. rhe«e collection« ure (reith! und pucklnt extra. >i copy ol our Chrysanthemum Cnlaloctie will clndly oe costed lo vou upon request. It ls tree and noM-trce Potted Roses - nvallable now. 6/G each, franni «nd ParMnii «tra List ol varieties available aladly posted iree upon request . 399 GEOKCE STREET, SYDNEY - UX3MI MAIL ORDERS: I'.O. IIOX 30. SUMMER JIII.L, From tatest American soil research FE slow-soluble non-toxic CE THAT STAY PUT . . . feeding vila) minerals lo plan...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No Baseball On Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

No Baseball ~ On Tuesday There will be no base- ball at the Showground hext Tuesday night as the ground is being prepared for the army tattoo to be held next Thursday, Friday and Sat

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

H ff ^1 ' O r S Un (dnes In half the time] ^ ^ > ' |p|j^ Y surf -jQi. (just can't "balloon-up") ' m boxer swim shorts with the I new live elastic inner support , fflll Iii Bj^^l^^^^^ta^^^i^T^^r^e^Î^^r^^^^e »llllr ' I * wiil not''balloon-up'1 in surf*-air M M _ _ Ij «SI- lo - escapes-through top of shorts. ? K# ? ? _? B My I . new fabrics, including the latest Iff f Cl TV I SI Tf Ci I H ' American idea "nubby touch"- HF H ALL LEADING STORES SAY: NOBODY BUT NOBODY MAKES BETTER SWIM SHORTS THAN HIGHLAND;

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FISHING [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

OSES® George's River: Good catches of black bream are being made daily on prawn and worm bait at Black Butt, under thc wires, and at Mickey's. Jewfish biting under thc bridge, at Dark Hole and Black Butt. Port Hacking: Fishing . improv- ing. Good blackfish and tailer being landed near Deer Park. One catch of 13 black bream on nipper bait Thursday morning. Botany Bay: Some nice whiting were taken on Sandringham flats. They arc still biting well at prawn and worm. Small catches' of flat- head 4V¡-5'Alb are being caught on the (Trift between Taren Point punt and George's River bridge. Cook's River: Good blackfish off thc breakwater. Hawkesbury: Small catches of black bream -on the run-out tide at Duffy's. Garfish arc on the flau. Breaming has been only fair but will improve after rain. Cowan: Small catches of good sized black bream at Looking Glass and Cotton Tree Bay using prawn bait and burley. A 391b jewfish was caught on Monday night off Apple Tree Bay. . Sydney Harbour: Fishing po...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Praise For Patterson [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

Praise For Patterson Enzio Sacchi, one of the world/s leading professional cyclists, thinks Australian Sid Patterson will finish his career with a record -which may never be equalled. Speaking in Italian yester- day to Charlie. Bazzano, ex Australian Olympic Games rider, Sacchi said Patterson was now one of the greatest money-earners in cycling. Sacchi will ride in; Mel- bourne in a series of triangu- lar races against Patterson and Englishman Reg Harris. Later he will, appear in Sydney' under carnivals pro- moted by Harry -Vincin and' Hugh Smith at the Sports Ground. . Within a few minutes of his arrival by plane Sacchi was cleared by Customs and rushed to a car and joined a plane for Mel- bourne.

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SYDNEY'S' RECORD ROWING [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

SYDNEY'S' RECORD ROWING Sydney Rowing club's senior eight yesterday be icame the . first to break ! 4 minutes 50 seconds for the mile in-N.S.W. The crew won the senior event at Haberfield regatta on Iron Cove in 4.49 3/5, breaking the record of 4.56 set by St. Joseph's three seasons ago. Sydney brilliantly beat Haberfield by one and a half lengths and did not appear to be extended after the first quarter mile. Sydney crew contained Olympic oarsmen D. Pal- mer, E. Chapman, and J. Rogers, and State represen- tative R. Brown.. Stroke was former Sydney High Head of the River rower Bill Mahony. Former national - and Olympic champion Merv Wood successfully teamed with current national cham- pion Peter Evatt. Woods and Evatt are later this season expected to stage a close race for the State sculling titles. HABERFIELD. - Lightweight maiden fours.-Leichhardt, 1; Syd- ney I, 2': Haberfield 1, 3. Won by two lengths; length. Time, 5m 49s. Quarter mile sculls: M. Riley (Syd- ney), 1; R. McKinno...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

WANTED TO PURCHASE IMMEDIATELY PHOTOGRAPHIC BUSINESS CITY AREA ESSENTIAL REQUIRED BY REPUTABLE SYDNEY BUSIHES5MW j ALL PROPOSITIONS ADDRESSED BOX 4464, G.P.O., SYDNEY

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
[?] MEN [?] GRADE [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

ÏÎMEN 8 GRADE « reto Jí* peters ! HeT!?'0 their clubs ayed g round to 0,1 December 5 WM Play 'Än?0^ Nov.

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
All In The Game [?] [?] Hulls [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

Ml In The Game ry, Fallowfield, 0 Rugby League. fought somebody Ur fi« yo" în ab?u< Bplosions emanating ^Phillip Street test- ae. /tHY now and then the Uv League top brass, Ty Field Marshal a like to sound off 3} just to impress that they are ¿¡ the game and thal yt want advice 9 anyone else. Peate their rugged ex fe they are very sen i« characters. Tki week they didn t e your suggestion that [(e games be deleted m the itinerary they ruged for your team it linter. . b fact, Flegg and right id maj Johnny Qum i ¡aid th'at if you don't t ¡t you can call the er off. . this, of course, is one ibe big laughs of the ilnry, because the locals td that large lump of « profit just as much jou people do. Mr. Quinlan says all s are toking about is â What a shameful We for you to take. J such sordid consid- érions worry Austra a officials, except that «easland did wail bit- ty that to drop two ot ¡ country games in the rio would be throwing ay £2,000. Did you get that crack «it you peo...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

#Ncver needs mowlncl . PUNT 100 SQ. FT. . OF LAWN FOR 25/-! One sq. fl. of N.Z. Moss Lawn 0(25/-) covers 100 sq. fl. In 6 months. Hard wearing. %Free delive.ru Metrop. Area . PHONE XW67I8I ........

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ENGINE PERFORMANCES [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

ENGINE PERFORMANCES GROUP A: Up lo l.OOOcc GROUP AVERAGE B: 1,000 lo 2,000cc GROUP AVERAGE C: 2.000 lo 3,000cc GROUP AVERAGE I): Over .I.OOOcc GROUP AVERAGE Encino Rrnkc Fuel Avcraec capacity Horse- Mileage Speed (eel power (m,p.g.) (m.p.h.) 768 25.1 45.1 ' 41.9 1,439 45.4 31.1 45.3 1,339 74.7 24.6 47.3 3,766 lil 19.4 47.2 ll 00 and 1200, and Triumph Mayflower. Group C In the "power group," with engines between 2,000 and 3,000cc., are: Alfa Romeo, Armstrong-Siddeley, Whitley, Aston Martin, Al- vis, Austin A70, Citroen 6, Daimler, " Ford Zephyr, Holden, Humber Hawk, Standard Vanguard, Riley li, Rover, Sunbeam Talbot, Triumph Renown, Vauxhall Velox, Willys Aero Ace, and Wolseley 6/80. Group D The "big boys," with motors above 3,000cc, are: Armstróng-Siddeley Sap- phire, Austin Sheerline, De Soto, Ford Customline, Humber Super Snipe, and Jaguar Mark V. Group Averages The group averages calcu- lated for all the cars in each group áre shown in the tabulation, and produce some interesting...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

limier) Presents The Conquest By Apoplntmcnt The Daimler FLUID DRIVE. Company Ltd. ? POWERFUL 21.6 H.P. Engine. * LUXURIOUS COACH BUILT ALL STEEL BODY WITH LARGE LUGGAGE SPACE. PRICE: £2090, inc. Tax Kin» «¡toree v HERCULES MOTORS PTY. LTD. 51-53 Macquarie Slreet, SYDNEY. BU658I-2-3. KNEE ACTION - SHOCK ABSORBERS FOR SERVICE AND REPLACEMENTS UJ2096-/?£/Z¿K £/?05.-UU19O7 Knee Action mid Shock Absorber Specialists 1 Depot: 231 Parramatta Road, Granville Head Office: 80 Wentworth Road, Burwood. _2 minutes Burwood or Strathfield Stations. Decide on for powerful performance NEW STYLING NEW INCREASED POWER NEW SMOOTHER RIDE NEW FEATURES This new De Soto lias to be seen to be appreciated. And it must be driven to be believed. It's a big car-without being' unwieldy. It's powerful-but the . 101 horsepower engine is surprisingly economical. It's truly modern-yet wonderfully comfortable. It gives you more head, leg and hip room than ever before-but the overall dimensions have been reduced. In ...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Irises For A "Lazyman's" Carden GARDEN SECTION [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

Irises For A ^Lazymaii*isgg Garden! I ÇABPEN SECTION "BY WARATAH" THAT "Lazy Man's Garden" about which I wrote recently should have had some irises in it. Wherever I go, irises go and that passes for every person who has seen Mistress Iris in her latest and loveliest dresses, putting her on her pedestal as a garden Princess. IT'S not entirely the * beauty of the flowers which makes me include irises in this survey. They are so easily grown, that's the deciding factor. The best of them, the Helen McGregors (dainty pale blue). Rocket (orange and chrome). Lake Shannon ( ight indigo blue), Black Banner, Moonlight Sonata (lo.ely lime yellow) :.nd New Snow are as easy to grow as the most modestly priced. And none of the above is modestly priced. You dip deeply to buy roots of any of that company. I have Helen McGregor thanks to friends in Orange whe grow irises of beauty and colour, size and form equaf to anything in petals. Little Attention Irises don't require con- stant attention and e...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COMING SHOWS [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

COMING SHOWS P O U R beautiful gardens will be opened for public inspection at Mount Wilson on Saturday, November 7, in aid of the local C.W.A. Branch. The gar- dens are: - Wynn stay. Col. and Mrs. R. O. Wynn; Be- beah, Mrs. and Miss Sloan; Naroo, Mr. and Mrs. George Voider; Saint Basils, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Hughes.

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WATCH FOR THE NEWER ROSES [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

WATCH FOR THE NEWER ROSES r"PHIS inconstant season * has got most of us on tenterhooks. Roses have made several spurts during warm spells, only to be pulled up by cold changes, and blooming is behind schedule. There are already some fine flowers out, full of colour that really belongs to autumn, lt looks as if a splendid season is assured. Take this opportunity of seeing what you can of the newer roses. Varieties like Red Ensign, Charles Mal- ierin, New Yorker, Tassin, Ena Harkness, William Har- vey, and Rubaiyat are by reds to come under review. Pinks in Alsace, Tally Ho, Mission Bells, Show Girl, Bonne Nouvelle, Anna Marie, and Verschuren's Pink are going to challenge some of the older favourites. So are Diamond Jubilee, Provence, Miami San Luis Rey, Mme. Chas. Rouveure, and Mme. Chas. Sauvage in the yellows; Brazil, Gloire de France, Tahiti, Forty-Niner, Caprice and Sutter's Gold in ,:the autumn shades. ' Scented whites, Alaska, Sleigh Bells, and Virgo, with newcomer Blanch Malie...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A PLEA FOR BORDER CARNATIONS—PINKS [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

A PLEA FOR BORDER CARNATIONS-PINKS! we talk of ' » carnations nowa- days, we usually mean (hose perpetual flowercrs which go on blooming during thc year, after one big flush in November. Many can be induced to do a grand winter job and j with careful handling come I into autumn blooming. With a bit of a cut-back and feeding after the year's working, another season's good floral offering is pos- sible. Then, to avoid straggly looks, we renew them by propagating fresh plants from cuttings. That, in brief, is the out- line of outdoor carnation culture, as most of us know it, in both mild to cool climates. But there is another car- nation class, too often neglected, which well merits our attention. On The Highlands Up on the highlands, people find a bounty of blossoms each- springtime, from these borderers or spring-bloomers, a sufficient reward for the year's efforts, j Like azaleas the border-1 ers come with a flush of colour- and can produce a I brilliant spectacle. Further,! they pr...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

SNOWY MOUNTAINS HYDRO- ELECTRIC AUTHORITY SKILLED WORKERS REQUIRED FOR SNOWY MOUNTAINS AREA WELDER Isl CLASS (1) Qualified tradesman with experience In marking off and structural steel erection. WAGES AND WORKING CONDITIONS Are ag prescribed by relevant Federal or State Awards. Single accommodation provided and Messing facilities exist at all permanent Camps. CAMPING ALLOWANCE In addition to current wage, a Camping Allowance ot £.2/5/6 per week ls paid. APPLY: Employment Officer. Cooma P.O. Box 32; or Branch ornees located at Yurong Street. Sydney (M4041) ¡and .340 Collina street. Melbourno (MU4278).

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Best Of Day BATTING [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

Best Of Day BATTING K. Eastwood (Gordon) R. Kissoll (Glebe) _ P. Philpott (Manly) .. R. Eaton (Mosman) .. M. Cohen (Padd.) _ W. Kemsley (Gordon) J. Waiver (Pct.) _ BOWLING J. Clark (Padd.) ...... H. Buller (Wav.) . J. Burke (N. Dist.) _ K. Frost (VV. Sub.) _ R. Crislofani (St. Geo.) G. Woolmer (Cumb.) . J. Treanor (Cumb.) ... K. Lang (Banks.) -

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SCOREBOARD IN GRADE Balmain v N. District N. DISTRICT.—1st Innings, 9-390, declared BALMAIN First Innings [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

ISCOREBOARP IN GUAPE Balmain v N. District N. DISTRICT.-1st Innings, 9-390, declared BALMAIN First Innings G. CANSDEL, c Shields, b Humphreys . 19 N. GURNEY, c Patterson, b Humphreys . 26 L. LAZA, b Burke . 48 J. BURTON, b Burke . 13 A. MacKINNON, b Burke .. 40 A. PAGAN, lbw, b Burke .. 35 G. TRUEMAN, c and b Burke 1 J. CUNNINGHAM, c Collins, b Shaw . 10 D. COADY, c Shields, b Jacoe 34 R. JONES, b Burke . 6 R. PEARCE, not out . 12 Sundries . 5 Total . 249 Bowline: I. Humphreys, 2-50; L. Shaw. 1-53; V. Collins. 0-42; J. Burke. 6-60; J. Jagoe. 1-39. Northern Districts won on first innings. . Pankstown v Paddington PADDINGTON.-1st Innings. 154 BANKSTOWN R. BRIGGS, b Clark . 4 M. FOX, b Clark . 2 R. AMSON, b Clark . 1 B. URYY, hit wkt, b Clark . 9 J. GIFFEN, not out 39 W. GIBSON, lbw, b Clark ;. 0 A. ELLIS, lbw, b Cotton .. 8 P. POWER, lbw, b Clark 1 R. NEY, lbw, b Clark _ 0 L. SMITH, c Soc. b Cotton .. 28 K. LANG, b Clark . 2 Sundries. 13 Total . 107 Bowling: J. Clark. 8-50: T. Cot- to...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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