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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

From latest American soil research FERRO the new slow-soluble, non-toxic TRACE ELEMENTS THAT STAY PUT . . feeding vital minerals to plants for whole seasons, even years. F.T.E. trace elements come to you after 5 years' intensive and continuous fieid testing on. various plants and soil types. In America and Canada, the scientific records prove that this new slow-soluble form of trace elements is the only form of long-lasting value to your garden. You don't have to keep dosing. F.T.E. won't wash out because its fritted, glassy base makes it disintegrate slowly, feeding the plants throughout their growing season-and longer. F.T.E. corrects all trace element de- ficiencies. Apply it direct to your soil or mix it with your regular fer- tiliser to make sure sufficient trace elements are reaching your plants. F.T.E. is non-toxic, harmless to you and the most delicate, seedling roots. Essential for flowers, vegetables, shrubs, lawns, trees, vines. Why All Plants Need F.T.E. Soil scientists ...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

A PRESSURE SPRAY m , T"«»ts. Insecticide. |" Itt h»tn»>"«. ugh'oui; '""?""'w?:,"'?' ««?.«. m <"<>? The ip?,,"" 'hn"iomnh,"n Quart Capacity, 71/. J.E. WEUS PTY. tA? V"rk Sl- nv»» A»nilable noni |4» ,^ 17" modell £96/10/- and £111/5/, Kuy Terms lt Helltet Our lull, equipped »nd akim workshop, plus a complele rm,, ol sparc parts, ensures 100% ,[,_ sales service. ERIC MOORE PTY. LTD. 82 Wentworth Ave., Hi Of Interest to Gardeners ... HORTICULTURAL GLASS FOR USE IN GLASSHOUSE. We have available Australian - 16oz and 2tnz (16 x 14 only), at WM and 88/ll per 100ft respectively, in 100ft cases. Also 18uz Imported at 83/- per tOOfl in 500(1 casu. Sizct on application Manufacturen ol Mirrors, "Sllvcrstrcak" Chronic and Glass Furniture. A Ino "Sydglass" Chrome Tubular furniture (Beds, Tabla and Chairs). Sydney Glass Co. Pfty. Ltd. 496 Harris Street, Sydnc*. Phone M6627. I^SgCPEST Kl SLUNG I X* ^^yf^^THRIPS, APHIS, WHltt! %S£fcA* CJ&X$jr BUTTERFLY, TOMATO tom...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Purple-Flowered Prodigy [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

A Purple-Flowered Prodigy D AUHINIAS have been really splendid in a purple canopy (his spring. No( for years have they been so uniformly good and floriferous. Very valuable for tall work in small and large gar- dens, the bauhinia is some- thing between a tall shrub and a small tree. Really a tree. It likes warmth and sunlight and does exception- ally well from Gosford northwards. But it is of Sydney's trees 1 am writing, and they are brilliant where the going suits them. Water and warmth are their main needs. [ So bountiful is the blos- soming and subsequent set- ting of .seed pods that a sc ..- nruning is desirable preserve shape and sym- metry. Bauhinias are the banner bearers for the coming, jaca- randa festivaLi- -.

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MERE CHATTER... [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

MESSE CHATTER. . . I^HE SPEECH of Ihe week: made by W. J. Smilh al the presentation of the Naughty Nineties' Ball cheque; and THE PARTY of the week: given by Leonard Stone at his flat at Point Piper to celebrate his birthday. Mrs. VV. J. Smith is pre- sident of thc Naughty Nin-.tics' Bull Committee -which this year raised .££,000 from its excursion io Darkest Africa, and from other activities-for thc N.S.W. Institution of Oeuf,- "..Dumb and Blind Children-and lier husband wits replying lo oue of the many speeches. "I huvc been married to my wife for many years," lie started to say. "I bet you don't know how many," called Mrs. Smith. "I do know how many '( seems," said Mr. Smith, who added an aside, ''She put her neck out for that one!" The committee luis rais- ed more than £26,000 in live years at a cost of £514. . "No Macquarie Street dentist can make extrac- tions as painslcssly us some of these women," said Mr. Smith. ? ? * Leonard Stone's parly started at midnight after thc (ili...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LEGACY FAIR [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

LEGACY FAIR AMESSAGE from (he | Vice-I'rcsidcnt of the] United States, Senator Richard Nixon, to the Torchbearers for Legacy, will bc read by Miss Grace Gibson when she opens the Legacy Fair at the Troça dcro on November 18. Thc fair will be practically non-stop until November 20. Stalls will be stocked with a great variety of goods,

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

l'or (ho GiiiirciiHccfl Ki'iiioviil of FACIAL ll A l«S CONSUL! HELEN DONALD . Wrillcn i'ii;ii .'inicc lo rel und all fees tl hairs return ndcr treatment. 7lh Moor, Si. .lûmes [(Ulli., 109 Elizabeth Sired. Sydney. M3I38 CHRISTMAS YOUR PORTRAIT Says "Merry Christmas" in a truly personal way. RING FOR APPOINTMENT FREEMAN STUHflOS Famous Photaaraphcrs and Miniature I'aiutert ¡or 100 year a. 318 GEORGE ST.. SYDNEY - BW7234 'BOND'S^ sweet young imderlovelies -at real "little-girl" prices Such beautiful quality, younger sisters can wear them later on Mothers who have to pay high prices for their daughters' clothes can at least save money when it comes to underwear! Bond's make lillie girl nighties and pyjamas, vests, pantees and slips, too! In peach, white, sky, to fit girls two right up to twelve. Sweet Young Underlovelies cos-.»

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

tÜfaue&oifoaUá ? i^^^^^^^^if se,ec+.ed,SfellaLM*rlts' f^/urt"Ba,5 ' f BBB' fm¥ f&kPtí ' 1 1 pamt first the Queen, later himself and (|\ .-have been carefully^ ®BSJv& ]9 then the Royal children. I- ' l^rTfiahlPUlï Sj DON'T MISS YOUR COPY ON SALE NOW

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Polygamy Not Cause For U.N. Worry FROM A STAFF CORRESPONDENT [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

polygamy Not Cause For VJS. Worry FROM A STAFF CORRESPONDENT TONDON, Nov. 7.-The United Nations occasionally gels very upset about polygamy, but Heed not worry, according to a Sydney anthro "<' ist Dr. Phyllis Kabcrry, who since she left Kalin 12 years ago has spent nearly three years in Inc British Cameroons. I ? : "Polygamy is bccom ! nicti an economic liabii ! on the husband (hat it v ; die a natural death," j ! says. "As a community < j velops. or becomes Christi; j the women begin to derna ! clothes (or themselves ai ! children, and other Eur j pean commodities. "It often happens that, , i result, women have I work far harder, not on j st farming, but also ¡ j trading." j Dr. Kaberry has bee reader in anthropology position next in line to professorship - at Londo University. Her book "Women of the Grassfields, was recently published ii England. j il is the result of loni j months of living in a muc j hut in a native village in j the province of Bamenda, I ...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Australian Teenagers In A Book FROM A STAFF CORRESPONDENT [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

Australian Teenagers In A Book FROM A STAFF COR- RESPONDENT LONDON, Saturday, Nov. 7. - When "Modem Miss," compendium of infor- mation for thc teenage girl, is published at thc end of thc year, it will contain a special section on thc Australian teenager. Its editor, Constance Holt, gathered information while touring Australia last year. Illustrations in the book have been done by a former Syd- ney artist, Nan Knowles who has now settled in Lon don with her designer hus band. David Bainbridge, am her .baby son. Simon. Mr. Bainbridge has ¡u< designed the biggest poste the Orient Linc has had sine the war. lt features a gaily colour! dolphin skipping on dec and has been adopted by tl company as a holiday crui motif.

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COMING SHOWS [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

COMING SHOWS Orangé Horticul- tural Society, Spring Rose Show, Masonic Hall, Thursday next. Nov. 12.

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

Restore Lost m Compression in 5 minutes! ACTUAL (ula In preiwnre «rf responsible wllntsirj barr PROVED thnt Dew. ruarantccd Ill-COMM RESTORKS loht nm preiillon and tires new pulling pawer to »ll curs and trueki In - one simple 5-mlnute treatment. Last» 5,000 miles. HARMLESS to finest entine. lll-COMM ends piston slap, tots oil consomption bj up to 40%. HI-COMM ls a maranlMd product of thc makers o' CELL-PEP. c j Under At city ttorea and all garaaen or direct from GREGORY TAYLOR Australia Pty. Limited 243 Botany St., Kingsford FJ4-I63 And Now THE SUPERLATIVE >aim!cr) "Conquest" Model i( Fluid Drive. if Powerful 75 B.H.P. Engine, whipcrack acceleration and liquid smooth speed. if Coachbuilt all-metal body with large luggage space. .jr Price £2090 including tax." HERCULES MOTORS PTY. LTD. ?51-53 Macquarie Street, BU658I. Sydney. BU6583. 1*AKTS and ACCESSORIES Standard - Vanguard - Triumph Large Rance always on hand. Traile Supplied. WRITE OR PHONE-SPECIAL ATTENTION TO COUNTRY ORDERS...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TEST ROUTE [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

TEST ROUTE The mountainous roule of' 285 miles, Sydncy-Windsor-Monnt Victoria - Bathurst - Bell - Kurrajong . Richmond-Sydney. It includes twice climbing to 3,800ft, ex- ceedingly winding I roads, strenuous test hills, a little flat country, and road sur- faces of various types. A circuit is also made of the Mt. Panorama racing cir- cuit, Bathurst.1 "

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GARDEN SECTION Manuring And Mulching [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

{Manuring 'EETITi And Mulching By "WARATAH" THIS spring and ncar suninicr season has been inconstant. The ups and downs of it have kept us guessing and on tenter- hooks for the welfare of seedlings and their like. Along the coastline and nearby uplands dryness is ihe keynote. There have been storms and squalls with soft showers which penetrate 5 to 6 in. deep, but they arc interspersed with westerly winds, worst of all sappers of precious topsoil mois tare. As a, result the light to maintair even growth in tomatoes, beans, lettuce, pumpkins, cucumbers, pars- ley, beet, spinach (silvei beet), zinnias. dahl.V. phlox, petunias, marigolds, staticc. salvia, nierembergia. roses, carnations, and even green lawns is now on. There are no holts barred, because Nature works in.de- vious ways and has a habit of catching satisfied smug- glers of her treasures. We are smugglers who gather contraband from every land and mass it in garden hedi under strange cond:tions. Sofi Topsoil Soft topsoil, de...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

for You* Car for 15 "I int operators * noof "lat ' ld of harmful SSif .ula! »d i.» £.» i.j I. NOT NECES RS ' ««« BW"**» U« "»J KEERS IÍLVEÍ¡SEATING »S th« «cr. ¿Witt- . B.Ϋpu lint on hill». ?(SÍES ST'. HFASTIP Ira}? "rf »ni »«flcratlon In (raf Sit nr HFl'EATEI) ot" ami SS ?BWOTBBS OP REPEAT 0BDEHS «ch month Iron, satls Ird nen. Up lo 14 H.P. 15/ Over (4 H.P. 25/6 Urge 6 and 8 Cylinders, 30/ IT All ACCESSOKV STORES « rüSTED. 3/- «'« lo cover posUje. Gregory Taylor AUST. PTY. I.TO. 243 B«l»nr Strcrt. Kingsford rhone FJ4463 (A lew doors off Antic Parallel ÍV. <& HOLKEJV PARTS From a Splitnin to n Complete Motor Try WSGGBiXS First SPECIAL' ATTENTION COUNTRY CLIENTS Write, Call or Phone WIGGINS PAKTS SUPPLY PTY. LTD. 49-51 Parramatta Road, Annandale. Thone LA3203. Open every Saturday and Sunday till 12.30 p.m. AW ACTION - SHOCK ABSORBERS IOU SERVICE AND REPLACEMENTS UJ2096-J?£/Z£K BR0S.-VVÍ907 Knee Action and Shock Absorber Specialists Depot: 231 Parramatta Road, Gran...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HINTS TO DRIVERS [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

HINTS TO DRIVERS N.R.M.A. engineers offer the following hints to motorists: Shock Absorbers' Good steering is dependent on the proper per- formance of the shock absorbers. Front wheel shimmy and heel tramp are often caused by shock absorbers that are incorrectly or unevenly adjusted, improperly lubricated,-or inoperative. Check and service shock absorbers if they are out of order. They should also be checked for equal perform- ance and proper lubrication. Spilt Acid When batteries are located.on the bulkhead, and, through overcharging or other causes, acid is spilt on wires and body work, it is imperative that the corrosive effects of the acid are neutralised as soon as possible. This may be done by soaking the affected parts with cloudy ammonia, then washing off with clean water. Spark Pings Test spark plugs occasionally with a reliable tester, and replace if faulty. For maximum effici- ency, replace them every 10,000 miles. Adjust the plug gap to the maker's recommendation, using ...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ABOUT THIS CAR [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

ABOUT THIS CAR PRICE: Imported Safoon, £991 (incl. lax). SIZE: Roomy four seater, good boot. Wheel- base, 7ft 8in; overall length, 12ft 4}in; track, 4ft; unladen kerb weight, KUcwt; unladen clear- ance, 6in; tyres, 5.20 x 14'm; tankage, 7 gal.; Fuel range, 294 miles. ENGINE AND CHASSIS: Four cylinder, overhead valves; Capaeitv, Í089 cc; power out- put, 35.5 brake h.p. (R.A.C. rating 11.7 h.p.); four-speed gearbox. Unitary body and chassis. FUEL CONSUMPTION AND AVERAGE SPEED: 42.1 miles per gallon at average speed of 45.3 m.p.h. over 2S5 miles mountain test route. MAXIMUM SPEEDS: Top, 78 m.p.h.; third, 56 m.p.h.; second gear, 40 m.p.h.

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

NEXT WEEK: "Thai man Crump . . ." sug- gested Mrs. Fortescue But it was not, Miss Marple thought, ol Crump that Mrs. For- tescue was thinking watching tlie clenching and unclenching of bet hands. Miss Marple .thought that for some reason Jennifer Fortes- cue was very badly, frightened indeed.

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
[?]thers [?]cing [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

thers icing MISS KAY CAHILL admires the ski trophy which was won by MR j KEVIN DOWNS at the Kiama Ski Club sports this veari Thc trophy was presented at the club's 5th annual dance at themckwick Club last night. Be/oto: MISS JEAN JONES, MR. JOHN DOYLE, and MISS GLADYS COX at th barbecue party which the Mosman Auxiliary of the Royal North Shore Hospital organised at ike Mosman home of Mr. and fors. S. A. Butler last night. MRS. S. A. BUTLER (left) barbecues chops with MRS. F. R. FAHL (Mosman) at the square-dancing party at Mr. and Mrs. Butler's Mosman home last night organised by the Mosman Auxiliary of the Royal North Shore Hospital. Above left: MR. LES DOWNS and MISS ANN HILL at the 5th annual dance 0/ the Kiandra Ski Club held at the Pickwick Club last night.

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

. REGRET NO TELEPHONE MAIL ORDERS OR LAY-BY DEPARTMENT STORE n ^""w.rhnr frocks W\ fully fashioned nylons \ IT'S 1 seersucker rrocKs m T"y 7 m OPEN HOUSE %" A{f|/ I I M -M.-M. VÉ FREE MORNING TEA* BUFFET m\ ' \m\ " frnm AiiQf-rnHfi's most favoured maker. \*\ Dennis Palmerston at the Plano \l\ Four lovely styles by .'Adelyn»-Gav multi-coloured stripes «\ TheyYe ^^^ffi IW»> - *« \l\ \J\ of good quality tuta-lovmg Seersucker ir» every in*. Vyft \m\ 12 Noon M\ XSSW SSW, SW. Waltons, priced at 39/n. \» WK Jazz Concert: Prank Marcy with \m\ ' \l\ ? \m\ his 7"Plece Jazz Band with Ans 1 english cotton frocks 1 chinese crochet gloves \| SSr- - m\ /I / I I »I mm I ll W\ Pappy GaultfuS.'Challenger WI £-m-mW/ ? M M World Bantam Championship VEX # - vli\ "n,ifo Mow Rpice_Small, medium \m\ Personal appearance with filing CARNIVAL OF BARGAINS I paisley design frocks \\\ 48în- english cretonne | ¿« T M O Mm I TU ~UE Wi. most famous Mother. Per! I 24/11 I «/H r*. \ mm O oui i ? * * , ^ * . " L J ...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

7 And grit-free CLEANSER llousdiol Ii CoU. UM Ihim bolh. RY IT AND SEE how Bon Ami Cleans- er gives sinks, baths, pols and pans a super- ' sheen as you clean. And it never reddens your Jiands! ION AMI [asnt scratched yet"

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