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

DRIVERS! 40,000 SATISFIED CUSTOMERS CAN'T BE WRONG Since 1949 we have always given customers a "Fair go" - the highest value at the lowest price Taken at random from the hundreds of testimonials received, Mr. N. Thomas, of Boambee, writes: "I am very pleased with the covers as they are well made and fit perfectly." LEATHERETTE TIPS, £2/2/- extra Open daily 8.30 a.m. to 5 p.m.(Sat. 8 a.m. to 12). Mall Orders promptly attended to; 5/- for post. SEETCOVERS JUL PHONES: FÁ4564-FA2769 - Australia's Largest Seat Cover Manufacturers. 14 FLINDERS STREET, TAYLOR SQUARE, SYDNEY SPECIAL OFFER! Plastic Check Scetcovcrs at only 7 Guineas (including Tax and Fitting) THE SET, ANY CAR. (Personal Shoppers Only.)

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

PREVIEW OF NEW-DESIGN RADIOS: 'Parker' radiogram is Farmer's alone, and powered by a 6-valve H.M.V., the radiogram 'original' created by the interior-designer, Mrs. Mary White - models so new they haven't been released yet. (Orders can be filled in about lour weeks.) NEW GLAMOUR-PACK FOR GIFTS: We've designed specially for Housewares Floor gifts, a presentation pack in grey and silver, festive, white-ribboned, lavish with gay tissue and a pretty card. It's more than worth the small service charge. ^ ! OVERNIGHT BAG WITH SECRET COMPARTMENT, ONLY AT FARMER'S, £7/12/6. BASKET STAND, 52/6. GARBAGE TIN CARRIER, 45/9. DRYER, 57/-. ^.; J|| PREVIEWED RADIOGRAMS: LEFT, FROM 'PARKER,' 89 GUINEAS. RIGHT, FROM MRS. MARY WHITE, £325.

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Ants' Death Trap [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953

Ants' Death Trap By KANANGRA Í^EVV wild creatures, of comparable size, seem to be so well equipped against danger as do ants. As individuals, (hey are usually of rugged character, sagacious, game and well armed. And socially, they are highly organised. But, surprisingly, even these virtues don"t save them completely from dead- ly foes within their own realm of insects. The fact is that ants have one enemy, at least, which is equally worthy of their mettle. This; is thc creature wide- ly known as thc ant-lion, and common in most parts of Australia. Contrary to what many imagine, these ant-lions are not complete, adult insects. They represent an inter- mediary stage-the larvae, or "grubs"-of rather deli- cate things called lacewings. On general lines, these lacewings are very like smal- ler editions of the better known dragon-flies (horse stingers, some call them). In the science of entomo- logy, however, lacewings arc not even distantly related to dragon-flies. Curiously, it is not t...

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

AGID STOMACH H,rÍXVUÍI" lrom Indigestion, 3«r[ , ln-:?nä "siiltinc poor r nf;.',lte,,)l0<"- In 10 "»mute», wiv.", indigestion 3 M&." i WÜ?,' »'"'"Hie excess sii£V. ?. ^''P' diStsl food. 3. «°o*r!i»ekunles»Diotex»»tlsfle«.

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Patty's 5 Sets [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953

Patty's 5 Sets : MEXICO CITY, Satur- day (A. AP). - Budge Patty, of ' Los Angeles, eliminated Gardnar Mulloy, .;öf Miami,; from ' tbie Pan American : tennis tourna imeht .yMterday in a, delay- ed quarter-final match. The 'final score was 2-6, 6-5, 6-3, 3¡»«, 8-4 The victory tor Patty, who spends most of his time in Europe, will pit him against Kurt Nielsen, of Denmark

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

TAMWORTH FLYING HANDICAP, 6f. GRANDA, 8-3 (C. Kelly), 1; ONE DAY, 8-12 (W. Smith), 2; ROYAL FUN, 8-2 (K. Delaney), 3. BET- TING: 7-4 GRANDA, 2 Royal Fun, 4 Sure Sign, 6 One Day, 10 Garcia Grande, Shadock. Divs.: 12/3, 7/3. 5 len., 2 len. Time, lm 11s. FIRTS IMPROVERS, Sf.-JULIE GAI, 8-5 CE. 'Walmsley), 1; STAR BOSE, 8-3 (K. Delaney), 2; CUB BADAH, 8-7 (C. Kelly), .3. BET- TING: Evens JULIE GAI, 5-2 Cubbadah, 9-2 Royal Borough, 5-1 Star Box, 10-1 Pleasant . Day, Sal- láis, Quick Deal, Princess Sita, Prince Kcclon, Tom Tit. Divs,; 13/6", 2/9, 4/9. VA len,. Vi len. Time, 58 l-5s. MAIDEN HANDICAP, 6f. MANATEE, 8-0 (C. Kelly), 1: BEAU SEA, 8-4 CW. Smith), 2: BOORACHITA, ' 8-4 CR. Streeton), 3. ' BETTING: 2 Boorachita, 3 Icc Fal, 4 Beau Sea, Cora Mosaic, 6 . Miss Percotant, MANATEE, 10 Autumn's Sun, Moórfárm, ROseter ton, Royal Shower, .Miss Dakhit, Thc Hump, Money Girl. Neck, head. . Time, lm 12s. SPRING HANDICAP, 7f_ WATSON. 8-4 (E. Walmsley), 1; DEWAROY, 8-13 CR. Coleman), 2: LITTLE SO...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MUNRO TAKES G.P.S. 100 YARDS FOR GRAMMAR [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953

Ml \HO I \kl S U.I'.S. 100 Y MUÍS FOHGUAMMAH ABOVE: Angus Mun- ro (Grammar) wins the G.P.S. open 100 yards from Dave Rowntree (King's) and Graham McGregor (Newington), at the S.C.G. yesterday. RIGHT: Rowntree and McGregor chair Munro after the race.

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHEERING G.P.S. RESULTS [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953

CHEERING G.P.S. RESULTS By JOHN TRELOAR The results of the G.P.S. sports yesterday were quite heartening and in some instances exception- al times and distances were recorded. A marked feature to me was ther excellent hurdling displays of several athletes against a gusty headwind which would upset any at- tempt to hurdle clearly. Peter Lockwood of Scots hurdled with all the ease and dtermination of a well seasoned athlete an dhis performance into the wind was a credit to him and his coach. More good hurdling was seen in the under 16 event when A. Anderson of Grammar won most comfortably. I hope that this athlete's rapid im- provement continues. While discussing the ! hurdles I must mention Ross Parker's display in this and the quarter-mile event. He is one of _ our best prospects in the quarter mile hurdles and with a few year's experience in senior athletics, he should, with his courage and strength, come inot representative calcula- tions. HEADWIND I The sprint times were somewhat...

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

cÖhe Scots College Old ¿Boys' Union A register of Scots Old Boys is being compiled. All Old Boys other than members of the O.B.U. are asked to send details of address, years of at- tendance at school, etc., to: S. L. LEAVER (Hon. Secretary), 15 Hamilton Street, Sydney. Phone: B027I (Buaineaa). FX3853 (Private).

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

Former Paratrooper "Dresses" Sydney Women, p.29; Fashion, p.31; Social, p.35 G.P.S. Sports and Motor Yachts, pp. 36, 53

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

First with the coolest-yet entry of Spring and Summer THE :'S FRENCH RIVIERA I ' WEIGHTLESS LINEN JACKET The Colours: Blue and Fawn The Price: £16/15/ Another First: Single-breasled suits in the new, richer, darker, grey flannels, combining lightweight (there's a minimum of lining) with sterling wearing qualities. It's the colour you can take from the office to the cocktail party, £29/19/6. . The Navy Blue Reefer: A summer-weighl Saxony flannel with gilt buttons. This most conservative leisure attire, £22/15/-. 314 GEORGE STREET. FACING WYNYARD . . . with women who REALLY NEED A CORSET The secret of the Jenyns Patent Corset's ; popularity is its scientific design, which ' combines the smooth lines every woman : wants with the correct anatomical support so necessary to ensure good health. BACK LACING MEANS CORRECT ABDOMINAL SUPPORT The Jenyns Patent Lac- ing gives the wearer comfortable uplifting abdominal support. YOU CAN OBTAIN YOUR JENYNS PATENT CORSET FROM THESE STORES .... SYDNE...

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Removed FACT correspondent [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953

(.......>?>.......>..? Removed j FACT correspondent ; Instructed by Mrs. ; ; Hubert Miller» of ; ; Omaha, Nebraska, to ; ; "move anything not i ; nailed down," furní- i ; turc-van helper George ll ; R. Bickel was arrested ! ; two hours later for ll : having carted £2,100 I Z worth of her jewellery î ! to his hotel room. .

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The Sun-Herald Women's Section [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953

f Ll DE CC ^/"SkÀO A klV ^ ^e °Penm9 day °f t"e Royal Motor.Yacht InKttO V-UMHAlNT. c,ub |Broken Bay, branch) at Horseshoe Cove. .. ... .""" ... , f! 71.. .! niad a/erf ijnom t «./;.'¡*.\ú KAY LOWE Both gF^

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

t1 UNIQUE FRECKLE TREATMENT I Clever Madame Gre' .bas a highly Individualised freckle remo») treatment. It la the result, of many years af research overseas, and ls effective not only on thc face but also for shoulders, arms, hands, etc. This very unique freckle treatment ls only used by one person in Australia, MADAME I GRE' at RENE HENRI SALON, 28 MARTIN ...;:?>/., j..-; V. !, PLACE. BW2303.

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Barometer Of Week [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953

TV70 change in the senti- ment of buyers or sellers ivas reflected in investment share busi yiess last week. Price movements be- came irregular in mid- week dealings and then developed an easing ten- dency. Bidding was livelier on Friday, however, and the easing tone ivas checked. Price index of ordi- nary shares (1934-100) fell on the week by 0.9S -from 165.46 to 164.48, in contrast with the ad- vance of 0.68 in. the pre- vious week. HOW LEADERS FARED Last Week's Sale Variation Tooth .... 70/6 .. up /6 A. C.I. 44/6 .. up /3 liri!. Tob. .. 37/ .. dn 16 B. H.P. 42/6 ...nd /9 Burns Philp . 53/ ,. dn li C. S.R.£43 .. stdy. Henry Jones . 44/ . dn 19/ RISES Last Week's I Sale Itlse A.N.Z. Bk .. 41/ .. 16 Nal. Bk., 20/ Ilk.. N.S.VV. . M'brk. C. x/d. A'laide Slcam . A. G. Healing Anderson Meat A. Cocks x/d. Aust. Hotel A'sia Paper Dd. Watsn. x/d licavcr Td. x/d llebarfalds x/d Hectic-Elliott brickworks Carrier Air . Claude Neon . Clyde Ind. .. David Jones Dunlop . Farmer I7. J. Palmer F. J...

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

FROGAESS THE UNSEEN ELEMENT It is the touch of spice, the pinch of sal which, though unidentified makes all the diffei ence to foods. A somewhat similar part is playe in Industry by the element Nickel. Nickel is a silvery-white, metallic chemical and in some points resembles iron and cobah including the property of being magnetic. We rarely see nickel by itself, and only sel dom do we directly see it at all-it is an invisibi servant, and one of no small importance. "OLD NICK'S COPPER" Certain alloys of nickel have been in use since the earlies days of metal-workinß, but the element itself was not know until 1751, when it was discovered by Cronstedt. In a certai sense, it had been "found" prior to this, in Saxony, whe: attempts to smelt what was apparently a copper ore yielded ¡ metal so discouragingly tough, that the miners called it "Kup fernickel," or "Old Nick's copper." During the nineteenth century, when it was learned hov to produce steels having special properties, by control...

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

Sensational As A Dresser MAXINE DE LA FALAISE. 'T'HE Sensational Dresser wears hals that arc harder,, *? dresses more daring, jewellery more extreme than anyone else ever would. Not for her the neat black sweaters, the trim little suit, the hat that's in line with what others are wearing. Nor for her the fashion view that she would rather be safe than sorry. Her fashion flair is rooted in a steady disregard of what suits the mob. She's a sensation when she pulls it off. She's a farce when she flops. One woman who steers a pretty clear course is Max- ine de la Falaise, a celebra- ted beauty about London and Paris. She designs hats, caps, sweaters and shoes for sale on both sides of the Channel and she can wear the tightest skirts in the world. Her face looks at you from the pages of glossy magazines. SHE SAYS . . . . I'll never forget that I can dress well in skirts, and shirts. But the skirt must be tight and black and shirts man-tailored with loose droopy shoulders. Sometimes I wea...

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

Financial Review is continued on page 75.

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REAL EARNINGS IN INFLATION How Three Groups Have Fared Since 1945 [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953

I MowThniii ¿roYpi ¿ti fril Sinei 1945 | PIXED incomes, like money, lost half their 1 purchasing power in the post-war inflation. Pensioners have had their purchasing ability jerked back to parity in successive Budgets. It is now slightly higher than in 1945.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BUSINESS TOPICS Competition For Call Money [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953

BUSINESS TOPICS Competition For Call Money "VTOCK AND KIRBY is the latest company to take up a position in thc short-term money market, offering 3 per cent, interest for money repayable at the lender's call, or the usual 3 i per cent, rate for three months. One hears that Amalgam- ated Retailers has met a keen demand since announcing its presence in the market. As for General Motors Acceptance, even some of the people who had been lenders to this company from the start have had their prc vious ration halved in th latest reallocation of loan: because of the heavy dc mand. The short-term marke: which was a complete inno vation by Industrial Ac ceptance four years ago, cai be said to have "caught on in Australia. There is ni j telling how much further i ' may expand. j That is why bankers ma; not be able to ignore tin trend, even at this infan stage. Australians like t< have their funds available at short notice. Hence th< heavily preponderance ol trading bank dep...

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