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Best Of Day BATSMEN [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

Best Of Day BATSMEN B. Hazell (Pct.) . 103 G. Debnam (Pct.) . 87 M. Cooper (Mos.) . 75 C. Papayannl (Man.) .... 74 H. Hughes (Padd.). 59 E. Rigney (Glebe) . 57 E. Robinson (Man.). 53 BOWLERS J. Jagoe (N. Dist.) -6-57 B. Easment (Cord.) .6-81 C. Wellham (W. Subs.) .. 5-43 C. Spring (Wav.) .5-56 B. Urry (Banks) . 5-59 J. Treanor (Cumb.) -5-65

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FOUR EASY G.P.S. WINS [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

FOUR EASY G.P.S. WINS Shore, Newington, Scots and The Kings gained outright wins in yesterday's round of the G.P.S. cricket competition. The Kings medium fast bowler Reg Breush brought his figures for the match against St. Joseph's to 11-75 by taking five wickets at a cost of 57 runs yester- day. Breush took 6-18 in the first day of the match at Hunter's Hill last Saturday. G.P.S. Matches SHORE T GRAMMAR Shore: 1st innings, 8-281, dec!. Grammar: 1st innings,- 45. 2nd innings, 68 (A. Walker, 1; J. Vicars, 0; B. Stubbs, 8: E. Attwool, 0: A. Munro. 0; G. White, 0; X. Gould. D.O., 38: W. Ives, 7; W. Muskctt, 7; M. Whctton, 0: R. English, 0: sundries. 7. Bowling: J. Booth 8-31; B. Wells, 1-13: W. Boazman, 0-17). Shore won out- right. HIGH T SCOTS Scots.-1st innings, 130. High.-1st innings, 124. Scots.-2nd innings. 232 CN. Storey 30, R. Martyr 38. T. Hec- tor 43, R. Swanton 0, I. Altcrator' 18. B. Kcllaway 37, J. Wellman 0, R. Lavigne 30, A. Edgar 19, A. Kay n.o. 10: R. Butterworth n.o. 1...

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

Breasley's Wins LONDON, Saturday (A.A.P.).-Arthur ("Scobie") Breasley rode two winners and a second at Liverpool yesterday. His winners were Little Danehurst (11-4) and Phil antrope (9-4 on). His second placegetter was Osborne (11-2) in the Liverpool Autumn Cup.

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
All In Th[?] Game [?] FIGHT GA[?] IN DISGRA[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

What a k mess this figbj ness is in! Just to go bact j there was that Freddie Daws» Hayes affair ¡j hardt, which hd j tomers calling "F¡¿ quently if not elegí Soon after came j Jormson-Alfie Sanà1 at the Sydney Slaf, was declared no«, the fifth round. The pair had twit taken part in ^ just as suspect as lij One fantastic eine, for this one was thal was instructed aol to: any energy" for fiftH but to start from t¿ So apparently it » fortunate that Viel decided to walk out ii did. MYSTIFYING! 'T'HEN Elley í .*. came in out of i tion against Babyfu tierrez and tot Sb patrons "copped il i neck" again. This one was partie mystifying because SJ Ltd.'s Sydney amp gone to Brisbane Ht vious week to see Bi train. It was indicated fa deterioration hi Bu condition had Ilka over the week-end! Apparently all liai pened about this aili that Bennett's ni "Snowy" Hill, was sj to harshly about hin fighters in condition. POOR DEBUT RECENTLY a in- dicate, the AnsB Boxing Club, annouas plans to promote ...

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

SNOWY .^O^^^^S HYDRO- ELECTRIC AUTHORITY. SKILLED WORKERS REQUIRED FOR SNOWY MOUNTAINS AREA ELECTRICAL FITTERS and ELECTRICAL MECHANICS: Must be qualified tradesmen. Required for power installation , work* particularly at the Mun- yang Hydro-Electric power sta- tion. Will be required to work | on' installation of structures, out- door bus work, circuit breakers» large power transformers and auxiliary switch gear, including associated primary and secondary coupling. PLANT OPERATORS: Must be experienced in opera- tion of all types of Heavy Earth ' Moving equipment of up to 150 i Horse Power, Only Operators i with extensive experience need apply. Written applications Should 1 include full details of types of | Plant on which applicants have ; had experience. * (Possession of prescribed New South Wales driv- ing licence essential.) FITTERS t2): Experienced in operation and maintenance of automatic oil burners of the Gflbarko and Major type and low pressure .steam boilers and boiler-bous...

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

TASTY SCRAMBLE A tasty snack for break- fast, lunch or hasty .week-end meals . . . Ingredients: 4 egg's; 1 oz. butter; Vi cup of milk; 3 teaspoons Bonox; 1 teaspoon chopped parsley; 4 slices of buttered toast; pinch of. pepper. Method: Prepare 4 slices of buttered toast and keep warm. Heat the butter and milk in a saucepan or double boiler, add Bonox and a pinch of pepper. Now pour in the well beaton eg;g's and stir until the mixture thickens. Spoon on to ^the hot toast, sprinkle with parsley and serve at once. Serves 4. M?or rich ntvttit/ f/rtgvtj Whenever you make gravy add a spoonful of Bonox . . . you'll be delighted with the richer flavour it adds.

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"Steak and Kidney" [?] with a difference! [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

Everyone will ask for th« secret of th« flavour - when you serve this delicious home-MyU Steak and Kidney Casserole. And her« is the secret . . . "Steak and Kidney" «?» tv Uh ft tiiiiorvttctil Ingredients: 1.lb. buttock steak; Vs lb. ox kidney; 1 onion, chopped; 1 tablespoon Bonox; 1 cup water; a little dripping; seasoned flour. Crust: 4 oz. self-raising flour; 2 oz. prepared suet; pinch of salt; cold water. Method: Cut the. steak into small pieces, blanch and cut up kidney. Chop onion, dip meat in flour and fry. Add thc Bonox and water, cover and simmer 1 hour. Now make the crust: Sift flour and salt and mix with suet. Add cold water to make a stiff paste. Roll out 1" thick to thc size of thc cas- serole. Pour meat mix- ture into casserole and place crust on top, mak- ing sure there is enough liquid. Cover and cook in a mod. oven (350°) for 30 minutes. Remove lid for the last 10 minutes. Six generous serves. Remember - the secret of that richer, meatier flavour is the tablespoon of...

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

ROBBED THE DOCTOR ; PARIS, Saturday (A.A.P.) L-Dr. P. Labat was .aboli1 [to examine a patient in his [Paris consulting room yes- terday. The patient held him up faith a revolver, and made od with a wallet containing Vranes worth £7/10/

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

WELL-KNOWN IMPORTED RUBBER FLOORING 72 INCHES 50 - PK YAW» McLELLAND'S RUBBER FLOORING Very serviceable quality (l/8in thick) in Plain Blue, Green, White, Cream, and Terra _ Cotta. Also Marble effects in various colours. K 72 inches wide, per yard.. . . . . mw \^ T Also, in Plain Black, Red, and Brown. O ^ / _ (5/32Ü1 thick) 36 inches wide, per yard .... Mm mw * MACQUARIE RUBBER FLOORING This popular brand (l/8in thick) in Marble effects. Various colours. 36 inch _. .21/- yd. 39 inch.22/9 yd. * BLACK RUBBER RIBBED MATTING For car and laundry floors, etc. 4ft wide. Yard ... 13/6 * VOLA RUBBER UNDERFELT The last word in carpet and rubber underlay. 120 yards_72in x l/8in _16/6 yd. 180 yards_72in x 3/16in_22/6 yd. 50 yards_72¡n x ¿in .... 29/6 yd. 150 yards_72in x 3/8in _42/- yd. * RUBBER STAIR NOSING: Black and White, 1/6 ft.; Green, Brown, and Blue, 2/- ft. IIINOIEUM AND RUBBER SECTION, FIRST F100R, FURNITURE BIDO.

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

A CUPBOARD LINED IN CHIFFON "A CLOTHES cup 'V board is a per- sona) Hiing," say Mr. and Mrs. Sherie Wag- ner, so their New York shop contains a fabu- lous collection of "per- sonalised" cupboards -any one of which can bc made to order In any colour scheme. A far cry from thc standard cupboard with ordinary shelves, rails and books, thc Wag- ner's cupboards are miracles of designing, with such feminin: de ' lights as shelves scaled to fit every different ¡tem. covered in pink chiffon and edged with frothy broderie ang- laise. Career girls get a more practical treat- ment. They can have shelves titted with drawers lined in gay striped fabrics - all washable-coathangen to match, and striped dustbags in which to pul their more fragile dresses. Cupboard interiors far men arc ns mascu- line as any male could desire. Bold tartans, checks, spots, again in wash- able fabrics, linc the cupboard, and special places ar; allowed for ties, handkerchiefs and other small items that usually get lost...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THREAT TO BEACHES Extension Of Mining [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

THREAT TO BEACHES! Extension Of Mining A spokesman for ihe National Council of lhe Australian Surf Life Saving Association said last night that projected mining for rutile and zircon threatens Sydney beaches with destruc- tion. He said that mining already luis ruined beaches in Queensland, and com- panies have applied to operate on Newport and Killcare beaches. "If this mining is allowed to continue, many Australian beaches will disappear," he I said. , "Thc sand, when replaced I after treatment, has nothing to bind if. and is washed or blown away." [Rutile is a source of titanium, which is used as a deoxidiscr for special types of steel, and in stainless steel production. It is ex- ported to the United States.1 Opposition The spokesman was com- menting on the national I council's decision to oppose mining on Australian beaches. At thc annual conference I yesterday, delegates from all iStates decided to ask State ' and Federal Ministers in I areas concerned to raise thc i matter in ...

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

Spiced Coffee Cake 8 oz margarine or butter. 2 oz finely chopped mixed 4 oz castor sugar. candied peel. 1 lb plain flour. } cup treacle. 1 tspn. carb soda. 2 tblspns.. coffee essence i tspn. baking powder. mixed with i cup milk. 8 oz sultanas. 2 eggs, well beaten. J (spn ground cloves, 2 tblspns. finely chopped cinnamon and nutmeg. walnuts. Method: Cream butter or margarine well, add sugar gradually creaming until light, add eggs. Sift dry in- gredients, mix with prepared sultanas, peel, nuts. Stand treacle in pan of hot water until slightly warm, add to creamed mixture with coffee mixture.' Add alternate- ly with flour mixture. Bake in a well greased and light- ly floured tin in mod. oven for about 1 hour. Ice over when cold with coffee frosting (recipe below). COFFEE FROSTING 4 oz butter. 1 tspn. vanilla. A little salt. 1 tblspn. hot milk. 10 oz. icing sugar. 1 egg yolk (optional). 1 tblspn. coffee essence. Method: Cream butter, sugar, salt until light and fluffy. Add egg yolk, ho...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
It's Different! DELICIOUS BOEUF A LA MODE [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

IVs Different! DELICIOUS BOEUF A LA MODE QUCCESS will be ] ^ yours when boeuf a la mode heads (he j dinner party menu. Slow gentle cooking gives the dish the de- licious flavour for which it is so re- nowned. About 41b round beef (cut in one piece). 1 clove garlic. 2 large onions, sliced. 1 large carrot, diced. 1 cup diced celery. 2 cups each tomato puree, red wine 2 bay leaves, cloves. 6 peppercorns. 4 oz. lard or butter. Salt, pepper to taste. Method: Heat lard or butter in thick pan, fry meat on both sides unti) brown. Remove meat on to dish, add prepared vegetables, crushed garlic, Try 8 mins. over low heat. Return meat to pan, add remaining ingred- ients. Season well with salt, pepper, cover with tight fitting lid. Simmer approx. 3 hours over very low heat or in slow oven. Thc succss of this dish is very slow gentle cooking. Serve with extra carrots (small and glazed) and whole French beans. A sauce may be served separ- ately. Put vegetables remaining in. pan through sieve, add...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sunday Cookery Section [?] RECIPES for the WEEK Come-Again Cakes [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

j^tow^^ REOPEN for ihr WEEK jj THESE delicious fondant creams are made for a guest's delight. Top with colourful flowers of angelica and peel. Come-Again Cahes Many a cook has built a reputation on her cake-making, so cakes from these recipes should be whipped up immediately. Feaiiaaí Apple Cake 4 oz margarine or buller. 2 cups plain flour. 1 cup brown sugar. 1 tspn. ground cinnamon. } cup banana pulp. 1 Ispn. baking powder. 1 cup slewed apple pulp i tspn. ground ginger (unsweetened and dry). (optional). Í cup chopped peanuts. Pinch salt if butter ls i tspn. carb. soda. used. Method: Sift together flour, bnkmg powder, spices. Add soda to warm apple puree, beat with whisk until smooth. Add banana pulp; keep warm. Cream margarine or butter and sugar until light, fluffy. Add a handful of dry ingredients then half apple mixture, beating after each is added. Add remaining dry ingredients, nuts, apple mix- ture. Mix until smooth (do not over-mix). Grease, flour loaf tin, 3 parts fill with...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Myall Awaits White Man's Justice TWO WORLDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

Myatt Awaits Whitel Man's Justice TWO wonins ALICE SPRINGS, Saturday. - This week-end lwo men of different worlds are thinking deeply about each other. A Supreme Court Judge is wondering how to mete out white man's justice to an aboriginal murderer who knows nothing of thp. white man's law. The aboriginal is a young Myall, of the ?it injarra tribe. His name is Mulparinga. The whites call him Charlie. The Judge is Mr. Justice Kriewaldt. On Wednesday 12 men of Alice Springs convicted Charlie of a tribal murder. The Judge told them: "This week-end 1 shall con- sider three points. "Whether 1 should give punishment to him in re- spect of the act of kill- ing. "Whether I should punish because of the deterrent effect upon other natives. "Whether the use of pun- ishment in the imposition of white civilisation-a process commonly palled assimilation - is justifi- able." Tribesman Broke Their Law At the hearing the Judge heard how an aboriginal named Selly offended against tribal law. He had s...

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

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

HOUSING AT BUNNERONG An official of Australian Oil Refining Ltd. yesterday denied that Dutch migrants would be housed at the Bun- nerong migrant hostel to work on the Caltex oil refin- ery at Kurnell. He was commenting on a 'statement by thc president j of the British Migrants' As- sociation, Mr. H. Boreham, in last week's "Sun-Herald" that British migrants were I evicted from Bunnerong to make way for Dutch migrants working al the re- finery. "Thc company has no plans to bring migrants into Australia, and has made no arrangements regarding any housing for any employees working on the job," said thc company official.

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

KNITTING MACHINE OPERATORS MALE OR FEMALE EXPERIENCED ON OPEN OR «IB CIRCULAR MACHINES O GOOD CONDITIONS \:"V.._ . EXCELLENT WAGES AND ¡BONUS?.?TÍÍ : . 4fDAY WEEK .^ ...^'Ä . OVERTIME AVAILABLE . .««.« ., ----- -, ,tíí i .;?"'.';>«n/r/ Apply ALPHA KNITWEAR PTY. ITQ 60 KING STREET, NEWTOWN - U3705\ j L-:-:-.-.- ... , iv... i-j'jaLi

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

Club Games ASHFIELD. - Major champion- ship final: J. W. McCain, 31, W. Squires, 22. NOMINATIONS close at 3 o'clock to-morrow for the meeting at Warwick Farm on Saturday, November 21.

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
E. MOORE, IRON MAN OF CARNIVAL Bowls Talk [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

E. MOORE, IRON MAN OF CARNIVAL Botris Tal* By GORDON SARGEANT I THE iron man of the big Blue Mountains bowling carnival undoubtedly is Ernie Moore. In addition to his organ ising duties before an< during the carnival hi 'played in all events. After the first four day of play Moore had not-hos a game in singles, pairs o; fours. , . A WELL-KNOWN Syd ney bowler whose onlj ambition at the carnival wai to win the singles went oui in the first round. Disgusted with the game, he informed Dick Laycock, the local "wag," of his in- tention to burn his bowls. "Won't burn," said Dick. Then 111 chop them up," said the disappointed one. "They won't break," said Dick, who then offered to supply the last gallon of "Laycock's dissolving mix- ture." "Never heard of it," said the sad one and departed to study Melbourne Cup form. HUGH. SMITH, of Woonona, has with- drawn from the State side to travel to Melbourne at the end of the month. Hugb told me of his inten- tion while playing in the pa...

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