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Greatest Of Them All Was It— Was It— [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

Was It LEFT: Phar Lap, odds-on favou- rite, who won with 9-12- in 1930? Was It RIGHT: Carbine, 1890 winner -with 10-5 heaviest weight carried success ] fully?

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WINNING LIST IN THE MELBOURNE [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

Year. Winner. 1930 Phar Lap 1931 White Nose 1932 Peter Pan 1933 Hall Mark 1934 Petei Pan 1935 Marabou. -. 1936 Wotan 1937 The Trump 1938 Catalogue 1939 Rivette ^1940 Old Rowley '1941 Skipton . 1942 Colonus 1943 Dark Felt 1944 Sirius 1945 Rainbird 1946 Russia 1947 Hiraji 1948 Rimfire 1949 Foxzarni 1950 Comic Court ,1J951- Delta. 1952 . Dal ray Wgt. - 9 12 6 12 7 6 7 8 9 ÍO 7 ll 7 ll 8 5 8 4 7 -9 7 12 : 7 7 7 2 8 4 8 5 7 7 - :9 O 7 II. 7 2 8 8 9 5 .9 5 - - 9 8 Age. 4 5 3 3 5 4 4 1 5 A 6 A 1 3 , 4 6 4 4 6 4 6 4 5 .5.: ...... 4 v r \ 1 Price. 8- 1 4-1 4- 1 14-1 9- 2 00-1 11- 2 25-1 5- 1 00-1 8-1 33-1 7-2 3-1 12- 1 16-1-' 12-1 ^ 66-1 16-1 25-1 10-1. 5-1 Jockey. J. Pike N. Percival WV Duncan J. O'Sullivan D'. Munro K. Voitre O. Phillips A. Reed F. Shean E. Preston A. Knox W. Cook H. McCloud V. Hartney D. Munro' W. Cook D. Munro J. Purtell R.Neville. W. Fellows P. Glennon -N. Sellwood W. W'liamson Time. 3.271 3.26 3.23'i 3.27* 3.40* 3.23Ï 3.2 li 3.211 3.26Í 3.27 3.26 3.23 i 3.33* 3.23Í 3.2...

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

- I Short Skirt And A Long !QT ONLY were lhere contrasts in styles-suits lájsiiiiinicr dresses, utilitarian umbrellas and pretty pso|s__bnt there were contrasts in skirt-lengths jmcmington 011 Dcr,,y Da3'- MISS CAROL jMFFITH wore a sheath-like frock of white linen Mag just below thc knee, and added a short fur Kef for warmth; MRS. RONALD NOTT chose a ¡ilk mid wliiie hobble-skirted dress by Jean Desses. LEOPARD.-A short coat of leopard loas the choice of MISS JOAN JOYCE whose red jersey cap was finished with a red pompom. CUTAWAY.-A lohite pique gilet sharpened the cutaway yoke of MRS. HILTON NICHOLAS'S grey silk tweed suit, and her peaked hat was oj black and white straw. Below: PARASOL.-Pink, and frilled, the parasol carried by MRS. GEOFFREY COOK gave a rosy glow to her navy blue dress; there were pink roses in her hat.

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

Gift Hall opens ^^n}^^^^^^ Dj's steal1 ^W^yií ^ a march: WT* » **' V on Christmas! MMtoMMH^nH the store of the Christmas Spirit ÉÊÊÊÊ V °ne rea"y glamorous advance Bgfpfr ^ v'ew °* Christmas is Dj's big ^^¿^á<j*í ^a"' w'*'1 exo*'c *ronT Jllsllk ^O^^^^^ the *our corners °* *ne earth . . . something really wonderful . 1 jaBKfefedilr <TT^ jip for everyone on your list! Prices "ßf are a|| ¡n rjc|j an{J r¡f3jy aäRsn ^Í__^|^|M_ ^ejj-many of these charming ^sHH *^^^^^^H '^parted items cost .but ci few ^mH^ ^^^^^^^x^l from the cream of the crop, and ääS vv^^vvv^\V\ lay-by until the magic day draws WÊÊ î^VsS^XVVvx^i near. 7th Floor, Elizabeth St. "Fabulous" 12 denier nylons HILTON'S masterpiece ... stockings sheer as a wisp of smoke! There's glamour-in the lacy tops, the fine, fine seams, the slenderly reinforced;, feet, specially designed for your bare and beautiful summer sandals! They're : "Nylosealed," of course, to give longer life to their special-occasion, fragil...

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

Abbey Appeal Recital Sir William McKic, organist of Westminster Abbey, who returns to Lon- don shortly, will give an organ recital in St. Stephen's Presbyterian Church, Mac- quarie Street, at 3 p.m. to- day. He will be supported by the massed 80-voice choir of thc St. George Choral Society and St. Stephen's [Church Choir. I A collection will be taken after thc recital in aid of the Westminster Abbey Restora- tion Appeal.

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Students Display Plans To Give Sydney "Face-lift" [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

Students Display Plans To Give Sydney "Face-lift" A student's concep- tion of thc Great Hall. The roof of thc model is about two feet high. Thc curs and figures in procession arc of balsa. Sydney University architecture students will show what they think some of Sydney's public buildings should look like when their exhibition of models and sketches opens this week. The University's Pr< fessor of Architects Professor H. I. Asl: worth, said yesterda that some of the model were brilliant and strik ing. "All thc models ar abreast of aiodern trends ii architecture overseas, bu they show the originality o the younger minds," bc said "Ideas like these turnee imo really beautiful build' ings could give Sydney £ face-lift in a few years." Tiled Surface About 20 models will be on show. Some cover 10 square feel of floor space. A model for a new Great Hall for Sydney University is (he most ambitious. Professor Ashworth said the model was thc work of a leam of advanced stud- ents. "W...

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

"Bldsterßiece" furniture is a sound investment because it is made hy Beard Wdfsons BUFFET .£43/1»/» TABLE .:.. £27/19/6 COLONIAL DINING SUITE CHAIRS, each £9/i«/6 This attractive suite is solidly constructed in Beard Watson's own factory and is finished in a mellow cedar colour. The buffet has a roomy cupboard and 2 large drawers, and the table has drop-ends for space economy. You can buy a piece at a time in thc department, fourth floor. PARKER-KNOLL "BOUDOIR" SUITE SETTEE, from £40/10/0 CHAIR, from £32/4/0 PARKER-KNOLL CHAIR No. Il Priced from . ... . . . £25/11/11 This delightful suite is fitted with Parker-Knoll horizontal coil springs, the secret of its supreme comfort. It is available in a large range of coverings and is made in Beard Watson's own factory. Settee and chairs may be purchased separately. : TERMS : I ARRANGED : PEMBROKE SWIVEL TOP TABLE in cedar colour . . . « . £18/10/4 Bearii Watson 's GEORGE AND YORK STREETS (NEAR KING ST.) 'PHONE BX328I.

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

jllp^^ ^m ^ar "^^^^"^ a^ ' ^^^^ 500 PAIRS NEAR PERFECT FULLY FASHIONED 15 or 30 den. NYLONS Snap up this bargain! Nylons with plain or fancy heels, assorted colors and sizes clear- ing to-morrow at this remarkable price! EH Special bargains...just when you want them 5'- COTTON DAY 36" WOVEN CHECK GINGHAM Fast colors ih big assortment of designs. 36" MARCHINGTON COTTON Bayadere stripes in many gay colors. 36" NOVELTY SYLKLYN Crease-resisting, fast colors, newest designs. 36" PRINTS ON WHITE COTTON Coin spots and florals, crease-resisting. 36" FUTURISTIC DESIGNS Tub fast and crease-resisting, bright prints. 36" STRIPED SYLKLYN Big flowers splashed on striped background. COTTON M Af BRI ALS-FIRST, Guaranteed colors in cotton Frock & Bloomers Gay floral sets ideal for holiday and playtime. Lengths, 18", 20", 22". Infants' Dainty White Voile Frocks, Wonderful gifts for all new babies, lace-trimmed voile frocks. Good washing quality. 1 to 9 months. THIRD FLOOR " ' We're sacrificin...

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

Curzons, first with Berlei's Fitting Miss Dorothy Dash To advise for one week! 9 a.m. tomorrow, until 6lh November There's a Berléi garment for every figure; let Miss Dash help you make your choice! Stylist ort the new "Hollywood-Maxwell" Bf2S in cotton broderie! Edged with matching lace, they Feature reinforced cups; whirl- pool stitched. In while, peach or black for sizes 50" to 36". Budgeleers: wear now, pay luler. Corset Salon, ground ¡loor. THE HOUSE OF CURZON, IN PITT STREET, SYDNEY. NO 'PHONE OR MAIL ORDERS

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

right around the world! . QUALITY AND DEPENDABILITY Built to the best standards of British design and craftsmanship, "English Electric' manufactures are preferred throughout the world. The only wholly imported set of matched appliances available in Australia-Refrigerators, Waehing Machines, Ranges, Plate Warmers, Food Mixers-'English Electric' RITEMP Domestic Appliances have ¿very worthwhile development for greater convenience, economy and longer life with sheer beauty of appearance. Available from leading Australian <retailer» KMUFACIURED IN ENGLAND & GUARANTEED BY: .^?fe-b;.:1*A W| wBBË & ^ * ¡ i ^-^^H 1 ^H^^Hll|pl|llllllE;ltl RITEMP WASHING MACHINE: Scientific agitator simulates boiling water without destructive heat. "Air insulated" no-splash cabinet retains water warmth, fits snugly to tubs. No water changes-constantly moving water removes all soils. Wringer design avoids clothes damage. Wringer reverse automatically reverses ejected water flow. 8-pos...

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

MAGICAL NYLON in Henley dresses from only C6'l9'11 Such a low price for nylon makes D.J's famous Henleys even better value than ever! Twelve styles in pastels, colour- ful prints, some Mik! Sekers stripes, navy, black . . . choose from nylon sheer, nylon taffeta, nylon craquelle, nylon shantung. Sizes include 30 to 38 inches. Second Floor, Elizabeth Street Store. Sorry, none for mail or 'phone orders. Centre, £9/19/6; from left, clockwise, £7/19/11, £9/19/*. £9/19/6, £6/19/11. A LAY-BY COTTON PLISSE so crisp, so white under your sheers! At last! Cool, cool cotton undies with a seersucker texture, just crisp enough to hold your skirts out prettily, and (joyful news) they need NO ironing! From left: Briefs, 16/11; flounced half slip is 49/11, and the full slip 55/6. Third Floor, Elizabeth Street Store. Yes, you may write or 'phone for these. DAVID jgglS^^ -)< Complete Melbourne Cup broadcast will be relayed of all of David Jones' Stores on Tuesday afternoon next. ~K See beh...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Lost His Hands In Bomb Blast [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

I Lost His Hands In Bomb Blast A home-made bomb blew off both hands of a young man at Arn- cliffe about 1.20 p.m. yesterday. Fragments of the bomb also pierced the man's chest. He is Morris Jeston," 22, tram conductor, of Dennison Street, Arncliffe. An ambulance rushed hiro to St. George District Hos- pital in a critical condition. In an attempt to save his life doctors began an im- mediate operation with con- stant blood transfusions. Gelignite Jeston was seated in a stationary car in Forest Rdl when the bomb exploded. Police said Jeston had \ made thc bomb of gelig- nite packed in a lead piping. Two other youths were ia the car when the bomb ex- ploded. One of them, Denham Jones, 19, of Union Street, Arncliffe, who was driving thc car, was hit by frag- ments. He escaped with slight flesh wounds, and did not seek hospital treatment. One Escapes Victor Perriman, 18, .of Mount Street, Arncliffe, wno was seated in thc back seat L of the car, escaped injury. . Police were told tho expl...

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

Evicted Migrants British migrants Mr. R. Vass (with spade) and Mr R. Pcppercll building one of their co-operative hoiiies on laud between Bunnerong and Little Bay.

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

Employers Act Against Forcéd Unionism The six largest employer organisa- tions in New South Wales have combined for the first time in opposition to compul- sory unionism. They are: The Chamber of Manufac- tures, Employers' Federation, Graziers' As- sociation, Metal Trades Employers' Associa- tion, Retail Traders' Association, Sydney Chamber of Commerce. Solid Deputation Their representatives will prepare a forceful case against compulsory union- ism to be put before the N.S.W. Government this week. A deputation, representing the combined group, will wait on the Premier, Mr. J. J. Cahill, next Thursday to present the case. An employers' representa- tive said that compulsory unionism would lead to in- dustrial disputes and unrest. There were about 419,000 non-unionists in New South Wales, he said. The Government's pro- posed bill to force all work- ers into unions would cause bitterness between the union- ists and non-unionists. People Incensed "Biggest majority of non unionists are w...

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

HOLLYWOOD MAXWELLS BEST SELLING BRA - NOW IN . ~ ft rv/> vtsál^O A* ^ / CALIFORNIA LOVED IT . . . you will too! Cool, cute and comfortable, Broderie Anglaise makes ?his all - time favourite more desirable than ever. This is the bra most women will wear this summer, because only "Hollywood-Maxwell" gives you the original, the genuine continuous whirlpool-stitched cups and the higher, rounder, firmer line American women prefer. Your favourite style is now available in four glamour fabrics; H407-Broderie Anglaise, 32/6 H107-Cotton . 22/6 H207-Nylon . 32/6 H307-Satin. 27/6 Hollywood-Maxwell Co., Hollywood, California; U.5.A. Made in Australia by Berle!. H407

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

OWNER SOUGHT C.I.B, detectives are trying to trace the owner of. a watch which is inscribed "R. L. Olmond." The watch was found in the city during the week.

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

Corne io ELVY'S for PIANOS (Only 8 weeks to Xmas) You will find the piano you want at thc price jim can afford to pay. . Only Elvy's have these world renowned agencies: COLLARD & COLLARD W ELMAR WITTON & WITTON HAMMOND, HOWARD. Uprights and Grands in Handsome Figured Walnut or Mahogany Cases. . Elvy's easy payment plan ls always at your disposal-no third party, you pay direct to Elvy's. PROOF OF VALUE NEW PIANOS from £1/3/6 weekly GRANDS Irom £1/10/6 weekly Factory Reconditioned Pianos from 14/3 weekly Players from £1/4/3 weekly Your present Piano accepted as full or part deposit or part pay- ment for a new instrument. Catalogue* and Price List forwarded to Country Clients on application. Vlentlon type of instrument when writing. ELVY'S list. 16G3. 397 Gcorite Street, OSetwccn Kine und Market Streets), Sydney. BX3S71. For the Guaranteed Removal of FACIAL HAIRS CONSULT HELEN DONALD . Written guarantee to refund Ul fees If hairs return after treatment. » 7th Floor, St....

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

14 'f 'p CT os s ed tile world for triem;' tte most beautiful laces are Frencli, Swiss, English LACES AND BRODERIE: THESE FROM 2i/-. Lace and broderie symbolise centuries of tradition; they've been worn to the biggest occasions in history. We chose these specially for the Royal season. Fragile laces (first time in high-fashion colours) and soft broderies we chose for important ball gowns; heavy guipures for wonderful suits, blouses. Guipures from 85/-, laces from 55/-, organdis from 21/-. GROUND FLOOR. PITT STREET. Ik ^ ^«k.^^Bk^^^^«Ííá Chosen for Royal season. These are Farmer's-ovvn Hfcfe ' - ^HL^^^B^^HH YOU know Sekers-his are the fabrics the world's leading Wß WÊÊÊMÊÈÉÎ- ' ^Ofaiïï^^ÊÈÈÊÈÈÊÈÉks couturiers choose. Sekers makes the loveliest rayon brocades T, ^^^H^^^^:^^^^KJ^^^^^^^^^^ we've " ever seen. They're heavy, crusty, beautiful; so j ^^^^Hfn^L-^^^^I^^^^^HrZÍ * full of body they hold'every peak, every drape, perfectly. iy ^^^HHË^H^^^^^HHË^ t's INCHES WIDE. FARMER'S FIRST FLO...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RAMA IN DERBY IN TO FELLOWS [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

RAMA l\ OE RB Y IN TO FELLOWS .V MELBOURNE, Saturday.-While trainer Ernie lows watched the decoration of Prince Morvi at mington to-day, a friend stood hy waiting to tell him foe serious illness of his wife. news had been ld from Fellows at «¡fie request of his 'ho has been critic- ar thc last three w trained Prince 10 win to-day's Vic- eroy. Fellows said her 1 had sucicient wor Jhe treatment of "Om, who was in ^ » track fall on ?. and who as a re HrJeLgarded as a 11 Derby starter. f Morvi won .the 2 * head from the **>an colt Cromis. ».from the pos[. «orv. seemed t0 be » comfortable win. "ft«me again and! ."eaded him.. j «raced a head clear of Prince Morvi until 50 yards from the post, when the Sydney colt drew level with him again. The greater stamina of Prince MorvF ' won the racé for him in the final 10 yards. Townsville, another Vic- torian colt, finished third four lengths behind Cromis. Big Setbacks Prince Morvi and Cromis outclassed the opposition. Each had to overcome se...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
[?]EMINGTON S.P., TOTE [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

¿MNGTfM S.P.. TOTE HKWI Hors«. n Visor K^ROcgq Jockeys. SJ. Divs, for 5/ Win Place £ s d £ s d K. Smith Sellwood Williamson 20-1 13 ll 0 3 15 0 1Z 0 14 Williamson Mullane G. Moore 10-9 0 10 6 0 6 0

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