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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953

IN LESS THAN A WEEK INSTALLED IN YOUR HOME AUTO-HOT THE MASTER SYSTEM THE ELECTRIC HOT WATER SERVICE which has for 25 years satisfied over 40,000 discriminating users, can be completely installed in your home by the Manufacturers. JOSEPH AUTO-HOT PTY. LTD. GÓWING'S BUILDINGS, 45 MARKET ST., SYDNEY M.V5090 . . . MA584Í ^%UT0 .HOT The only system a GUARANTEED 5 YEARSi Planning to paint ? . . . then shield your home behind MASTIC The secret of Bergermaster's outstanding durability and fadeless, full-gloss sparkle lies in the amazing plastic ingredient STYRENE. Styrenated Bergermaster dries to a hard weather-tight film that lasts years longer than ordinary paint. Sun and rain can't touch its iron-hard surface ... dirt can't cling to its glass smooth finish. Years after you paint with Styrenated Bergermaster you'll hear comments on its "new" look. Bergermaster is easy to use and there are lovely colours for outside walls, guttering, downpipes, gables, etc. MAYFAIR COLOUR CENTRE - For exp...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953

THE ito HUB ANNOUNCING A DEMONSTRATION OF ' TOU NP AT IONS me couser WITH Mont co/vmot: ^^^^^^^\^ \-* Elastic waist band nips in your waist. /ffl^^\||4fA-- .?.» Patented inner vest (Flattens the Bulge). IllV\-v-. ^'asr'c ¡"sets, sit and walk comfortably. i ^ j^ySrjT ^ '"visible hooks for facing. -J-?-. Featherweight but effective boning. \ »IL. W^mr««-^----.Comfort giving front laces. Strong NT^^^^^J^^/ washable, long wearing fabrics. PLUS; A Personal Fitting Service ^^Ju^^^Ê Conducted by MRS. THORPE HOPKINS -One of Australia's most famous Corsetieres // Jr' /./ J¿ now in attendance in our Corset Department, /j/f[ /¿ZP^tJ^ Second Floor. No need for an appointment, simply J^'íW^f^Í$r' "*>^**^( call at your eonvmience^ ^ . ^ ^^^^^ " CHARMA " UNDERLIFT jf^^k^^^^ % " " , , BRA with adjustable straps ^M^WMi§T^miM SPECLALI>R MADE FOR ,HE which lift from below. In Wf&M W^fflÈfmË iilavJL.hip qUre, J* dainty all over lace, W^^^^^Ä^S CORSET is tn Nude Medium and full bust ^^J^^^...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953

SECONDS OUÏ-MILES OUT! CAPTAIN S. C. MIDDLEMISS Chief Pilot, Ansctt Flying Boat Service, says: To any airline pilot, his watch is as important as his compass. That is why I wear a "Lauris" watch. Sometimes we have to navigate by the stars, and in order to "fix" our position we depend on the split second accuracy of our watches. My "Lauris" has never let me down. In flying-boats we have to contend with high humidity produced by sea-spray on take-off and touch-down. We encounter a wide range of temperatures in the areas (some tropical) which we serve. In bumpy conditions there is also quite some vibration through the control column-but nothing ever upsets my "Lauris." WATCHES Captain Middlemlss' watch.

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BOOK TALK [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953

BOOK TALK OYDNEY booksellers ^ over tile past few weeks, have been excited over Charles A. Lind- berg's book, "The Spirit of St. Louis", just pub- lished in New York. Personally, I haven't been able to stir up much ad- vance enthusiasm - there have been so many stones of epic air-flights. The evidence coming in now, however, would . indicate that "the trade" is right. "The Saturday Even i n g Post" paid 100,000 dollars to publish only one-third of thc book. And J. P. Mar quand, I read, describes it as "a magnificent literary achievement." ? ? ? AUSTRALIANS who sometimes apologise for the cultural inadequacies of their country should not apologise too often. "The Current Affairs Bulletin" re- ports that we are one of the most literate communities in the world. We have in Aus- tralia a bookshop for every 14,000 of our population. The ratio in Great Britain is one to 30,000; in the whole of the United States one in 160,000, but in some States such as Mississippi there is only one books...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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What People Are Reading [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953

What People Are Reading FICTION: Port of Call, by Maxwell Grif- fith; No More Meadows, by Monica Dickens; The Silver Chalice, by Thomas B. Costain. GENERAL. The Un- dersea Adventure, by Philippe Diole; Bold- ness Be My Friend, by Richard Pape; Witness, by Whittaker Chambers.

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Guide For Car Owners [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953

A Guide For Car Owners A motorist need not rush for the nearest garage when his car breaks down - if he has a copy of the latest book offer by "The Sun," "Practical Australian Motorist Illustrated." This outstanding publi- cation, now available, provides a complete guide for the car owner and will save him many pounds a year. ;' Beautifully- bound and containing 220 photographs, diagrams, and explanatory drawings, "Practical Austra- lian Motorist Illustrated"' (ells motor-owners all that is essential about the run- ning and. upkeep of cars. They;will know the cor- rect way. io tackle every maintenance job because the drawings,. diagrams, and photographs have been pre- pared under supervision of experts:; ''. ? -"' The Mechanism The book demónstrales the importance of each individual piece of mecha- nism. There are 30.000 words of clear informative text and 16 pages of colour. "Practical Australian Motorist Illustrated" is available at the privileged price of 12/6 on thc ground floor...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Strikes May Follow Union Law By A Special Reporter [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953

Strikes May Follow By A Special Reporter Strikes and court actions to force wor- kers into unions will probably be one of the first results of the Cahill Government's legislation for com- pulsory unionism. j There will also probably be legal fights among unions for membership rights over thousands of ! employees who will be affected by the new law. In addition, some employ- ers forecast organised resis- tance by satisfied workers who arc now non-unionists. The Government's scheme to force all workers under N.S.VV. awards to become unionists will probably be- come law by Christmas. The Government intends to achieve its purpose by granting absolute preference to unionists. A special Parliamentary committee this week will examine thc draft bill. Dissension In Parly Thc plan has already caused serious dissension in thc State Labour Party, and a rebel faction within . the Party is campaigning against it. The rebels point out that thc Government has made no provision for inspectors to enf...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953

; y»^»^^^ All-steel safety body mounted on separate y^T~^: - rtÄf"-TV tull box-section chassis with additional centre ~Biomf&$glÊÊÊÊÊÉ ' ' BEBÉ; ilrV cruciform-bracing. J^^^SSBm^ ^fl^*^^^*!1*^ 6' 2" tray with 18" sides. H ' - ' ?tïv 4' 6i" interior width. :^^^^^^'!' Parcel tray at back of full^width sear, ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^j^^ 42 b.h.p. overhead-val ve engine. ?Independent front suspension. Girling 4-wheel hydraulic brakes-two leading ?^^m shoes on front ._? ST-^k . ? .? Spare wheel complete (easily accessible). Electrically operated tandem windscreen wipers. , One-piece windscreen. Pistol grip hand brake. Austin patent radiator. Petrol tank locking cap. Bumper bar over-riders. Wind deflectors. ; Twin-beam headlamps with dash panel j: j indicator. :| ^% *t ^% (including T«: LOlV £901/5/-] EASY TERMS . . . GENEROUS TRADE-IN ALLOW ANCl j it ? LARKE, HOSKINS & CO. LTD Commercial Division: 143 Parramatta Road, Camperdown. LA 0422. Head Office and Car Showrooms: ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953

WM¿íT^^>^^^rWsWi THE POPE FILL'N'EMPTY PUMP PILLS THE TUB [vj0 more bending and baling . . . the new Pope with the automatic : .* ^^^M " ' 1 Tn" ? . . ¿_Ll¡¡í^^ 4 gHS"®8**"""- FILL'N'EMPTY Pump fills automatically from your copper. You simply slip the ^ Ji ' ßfllflfäSiil^i c=» / rf*^ end of the hose into the copper-and in a ¡iffy the tub is pumped full of hot water, ready to start the > ~****Wk 118 i SIRIPI ^^^j ^¿^r^^^wash! What achange from those dreary dipper days! j ^^^II||JM| fiBlflfP^ .Ej^K^^^^^^^Sl RHE POPE F,LL'N'EMPTY PUMP EMPTIES THE TUB j ' **JÊ Bll^p] I "'T/lrs i8B^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ^° more buckets-no more backaches-when the wash is through the exclusive ¡ ^«&¡JlÍlj HIÍs%*w? / \¡-( ^^JggS^^sä^^^^ Pope FILL'N'EMPTY Pump automatically empties every last drop of suds and j «iPll flN-% B^MrP^ P , jl water from the tub. Good? Why settle for less when washday can be this easy I < - -^J^^g Wrri"| mil-^^ffi^**^,".,, m BK »»W I g|p§ r^^^^^^S THE EXCLUS,VE PO...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953

Other News Pages 79 To 88 SYMONDS PITT ST. 266 lo 274 Near Park Sfreef EST. OVER 60 YEARS. (ONLY ADDRESS) PRICES GUT Bedroom Oddments Make up your oivn suite-Twin Wardrobes or full size 4ft 6in Wardrobe-large selection of Dressing Tables-3ft Beds or 4ft 6in Double Size-All Pieces sold separately-Finished in rich walnut colour. 3ff Bed, K==_ t>Ki4<\rM. Dressing Table ^/^^^^^ Kliltfif^ £5'19'6 with Wing fX > i-*;F*k r~a^**lN 4« 6in Bed, Mirrors, \ 1 ;ï f J ?\ ?»ECttl ATTENTION TO MAIL I ^mj^ \ AND PHONE ORDERS. / " ^^ Í 7\ ^^^^^^ ^ These four ^ ^ ^-^^^y f ,J¡| 1 °r 5A weekly j j j|| ^ ^^^^^^^^^ " Full size 4ft 6in «| j Hil Jiljj Afffl ^ -»r Wardrobe fitted |1 h \ f& lrlfjf|#ijil IL I # 1 # with 2/3 hanging j ¡ >[-|l| ÍSÍ|l;- Sf jip " Shpaíandl j" | îl 1 j Îà1 0f5/-week|y 1 '; ^" ^^ft^* *'^f'1 H All goods well cohsfrucfed ^.'^'?jj fí^^ |s8»S" and beautifully finished. SPECIAL OFFER! Gleaming CHROME KITCHEN TABLES Ä _ with beautiful Laminex or Formica tops. A...

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Tennis Star From France He Turned The Girls' Heads [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953

Tennis Star From France Jcan-Nocí Giinda, French junior (ennis diam pion, who has arrived in Australia for a playing tour of six months. He Turned The Girls'Heads MELBOURNE, Saturday. - Girls turned for a second look this week at a tali, blond youth who walked self-consciously be- side a much smaller and older man whose face was very familiar. Thc youth is1 6ft 6in French junior tennis cham- pion Jeàn-Noel Grinda, who weighs 151 stone, and the familiar figure, Aus- tralian Davis Cup manager Harry Hopman, 5ft 8iin and weighing lOst 21b. Grinda, who has just turned 17, ls In Melbourne to undergo the Hopman brand of training, which American critics have des- cribed as "over-tough." His trip here has been partly financed by the French Lawn Tennis Asso- ciation, . he hopes to stay (and play) about six months, and Hopman thinks he should, be hard to beat in Australian junior champion- ships. # Lazy Player ? ? Grinda says he is lazy on thc court, but he admits he was not lazy on the day la...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953

MP*^^S^^^^^'-' NEW' FULLyMFUR I ^^^^^^^^^^^^^g^ session. Valued at t '?Á;-v. '-.'J 200.000 TICKETS |ra f Lr ll J AHTI-T.B. GLORY CHEST LOTTERY 26th Hurry, Hurry! Your lucky last chance to win 2 Homes and o caf. You must have a ticket to win. Send now! Value £5,100. Attractive (ionic, partly furnished With Cirpcts, venetians fa electric servants. 27 PRIZES VALUED AT £14,000 ;S3 ÏLORY CHEST LOTTERY No. 2 if- .IS .Mary and Reservoir Streets, Sydney ¡3-Redtscud me....tickets. Postal notc/clicQtic/ .fy imler for £.enclosed. 1'UJS two ,,".minimi .mil ;i(iilrcssed envelopes for return of tickets >nd ruiiilt ilrp. liNAME. SIDHUKSS.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RACE PREMIERSHIPS JOCKEYS [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953

MR ACE PREMIERSHIPS! JOCKEYS G. Moore N. Sellwood W. Cook . R. Selfcrig . W. Carrier A. Mulley B. Smith _ N. McGrowdie S. Cassidy _ G. Podmore .. M. Maynard .. K. Davis N. Munsie E. Sheather .. E. Doon .... P. Burkhardt . D. Munro R. James .... H. Welch A. Whiteman . T. Mullane .. V. Lawrence .. R. Adams Mr. S. Graham A. Sanders R. Burton _ D. Hetherington L. Billen _ MELBOURNE W. Williamson 1 J. Purtell R. Hutchinson Sam Martin .. R. Ball . A. Burton .... D. Paterson .. W. A. Smith .. R. Cameron .. S. Ralph _ G. Balsarini .. B. Gilders .... B. R. Smith .. , Hughes 24 10 10 .Losing 3rd UDP. sequences 6 36 6-0 . 18 26 2-13 . 6 26 0-10 . 0 28 2-9 . 7 52 27-27 . 3 42 5-^»0 . ll 33 7-18 . 2 29 21-21 . 8 49 1-32 . 2 38 33-33 . 1 21 11-12 . 1 24 10-10 . 2 32 27-27 . 0 ll 13-13 . 0 16 5-13 . 0 8 S-5 . 0 ll. 10-10 . 3 13 14-14 . 2 16 10-10 . 2 18 14-14 . 1 4 2-3 1 6 7-7 . 1 9 6-6 . 0 0 0-0 . 0 1 1-1 . 0 2 0-2 . 0 4 3-3 . 0 33 30-30 . 8 33 3-12 10 33 0-13 . 8 43 33-33 . 0 14 5-7 . S 42 9-23 ...

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Plant Has Early Win In Widden [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953

Plant Has Early Win In Widden Trainer H. T. Plant yes- terday won the Widden Stakes at Randwick with the first horse he has saddled for a race, since his recent return to the Bernborough Lodge stables at Randwick. This was Queen of All, a filly by Newtown Wonder (imp.) from Princess Sove- reign. - Queen of All (16-1) won by a head from Kistion (40 1), with Belle'Tirage (12-1) a long bead away, third. Hot favourite Karen (2-1 on) finished fourth after being fifth or sixth at the top of the straight. She never looked' a winner. Queen, of All was the first horse to represent the part-, nership of owners, A. O. Romano and F. L. Paul. Mr. Paul and Mr. Romano bought the filly at 1,400 guineas tb race her in part I nership. I BEGAN WELL Queen of AU . began smartly from No. 5 posi- tion yesterday, and led at the half-mile from Celestial Glow, with Regal Wonder third. Queen of All was all out .to hold off Kistion and Belle Tirage in the closing stages. Karen, who had finished second to her s...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CLEAR SPRINGS SAVES PUNTERS [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953

CLEAR SPRINGS SAVES PUNTERS MELBOURNE, Satur-j day.-Sydney punters who ! burnt their fingers on Seofon recouped some of their losses when Clear Springs coasted home in the Debutant Stakes at Caulfield to-day. . Clear Springs had the race won from the time the barrier rose. When Williamson gave him the rein, Clear Springs bounded away to beat Dicast by three lengths with a simi- lar margin to James Aitch to gain the minor placing in the last stride.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953

TOOTH'S K.B. LAGER-Brewed and bottled by Tooth & Co. limited. Brewers of good beer »ince 1835. _"_ . ' . ' ! ? ? _ .KB.ian.is

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TURPIN ACTS LIKE SIKI IN SNUBBING THE PRESS IN U.S. [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953

TURPIN ACTS LIKE SIKI IN SNUBBING THE PRESS IN U.S. Randolph Turpin, now in America for a title bout against Bobo Olson, is not the first ex-world boxing champion who preferred to travel second class. He is not the first fighter who thought he could have more fun down below with the ordinary people than upstairs with the lords and ladies. Another fighter did ex- actly the same 30 years ago. But here the resemblance be- tween Turpin the Bold and Louis Phal ends. No Alternative When ex-champion Phal sailed from Europe to New York in September, 1923, he was 26 (a year older than Turpin). You would know him bet- ter as Battling Siki, the mad. bad, Senegalese, who terror- ised everybody, everywhere -except New York. He went on board the Berengaria at Cherbourg. He did not really want to go, but it was a case of leaving the country or going to a Parisian gaol. Siki stayed down below for most of the trip and danced to concertina, music with gipsy immigrants. In New York Siki refused to spe...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CRYPTIC CROSSWORD [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953

:Mr.|R|YlPlTlllcPclRlolslslwlo|R|Pl ACROSS: 1. It might appropriately ."? be made of deal (4, 5). 6. Not located in the Low Countries? (5). ''9. City punctation (5). 10. Red vetoes (anagram) £ (9). 11. Supine crop of rodents & (10). ¡12. A free man? (4). 14. Sure test for those in ? charge (8). 16. It may rise to a high figure (6). 18. Alice found him mad > (6). SOLUTION OF LAST , WEEK'S PUZZLE. 19. One who gazes into the future? (8). 22. Land of battle (4). 23. The unwanted blossom (10). 26. Poet seems to connive at deceit (9). 27. Produce (5). 28. Set on returning money (5) . 29. They get their deserts (9) . DOWN: 1. Illegal haunt of bird- watchers (7). 2. He should know where to draw the line (5). 3. Unspeakably afflicted (10) . 4. There's little charge for this carriage (8). 5. An even odd number (6) . 6. Two-way performance (4). 7. Toss the caber, perhaps, and get the bird (9). 8. A film comedian was al- most nothing but bones (7) . 13 He goes riding after the ball (...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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STARS CLASH AT SHOOTING [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953

STARS CLASH AT SHOOTING The first match of the 79th N.R.A. meeting was a special one for the cham- pions of each union in N.S.W. Champions or Unions match: A. Mathews (Mctrop.), 190, 1; M. Healy (Macleay District), 185, 2; L. Dove (Richmond-Tweed), 185, 3; V. Barnier (Clarence), 183, 4; R. Stuart (Blue Mtns.), 181, 5; W. Massey (Illawarra), 181, 6; J. Mac- intosh (Southern), 180, 7; J. Hardy (Mudgee), 179, 8; J. Darres (Hunter River), 179, 9; L. Howard (River- ina), 178, 10. B Series.-Col. Wynne, 10 «hots at 300yds: R. Greenwood (Banks- town), 50, 1: 1. Ryan (Sydney), 50, 2; C. 1. O'Neill (Parramatta), 49, 3; A. Stein (Blacktown), 48, 4; K. Sinclair (Yorkshire), 48, 5; C. Cohan (Sydney), 48, 6; A. B. Agate (Edgecliff). 48. 7; A. Zimmerman (Sydney), 48, 8; E. Watkins (Syd- ney), 48, 9; T. Lawman CPolice), 48, 10. /" ANZAC RANGE B Series, Col. Winne (300yds), 10 shots: £7, R. Greenwood (Bankstown), 50; £5, J. Ryan (Sydney), 50; £4, C. J. O'Neill .(Parramatta), 49; £3, A. Stein (Blackt...

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Bread May Rise By 1d [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953

Bread May Rise By ld CANBERRA, Satur- day.-Canberra econo- mists estimate a 21b loaf of bread will cost -id more to make after De- cember 1. Whether»this increase is passed on to N.S.W. con- sumers depends on the State Prices. Minister, Mr. A. Landa. New season's wheat for stock feed and human con- sumption will sell at 14/ a bushel. Human consump- tion wheat now sells for 11/11 a bushel, and stock feed wheat for 13/11. Balcers are considered cer- tain to apply for a ld price increase.

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