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NEED TO LIFT PRODUCTION N.S.W. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949

NEED TO LIFT PRODUCTION N.S.W. State Ministers' discussions hinge on these contentions: . The States cannot effectively control prices unless they check wages correspondingly.   . Production must increase be- fore trading returns to normal. . Strikes and other indus- trial troubles are hampering this increase. . Secret union ballots would minimise strikes. Ministers' discussions are ap- proaching the planning stage. A sub-committee of the State Parliamentary Labour Party is already considering alteration of the law to force unions to hold secret ballots, under the direction of the Industrial Registrar, on all major union issues. SUCCESS EXPECTED The Minister for Labour and Industry, Mr. F. J. Finnan, and the Attorney-General, Mr. C. E. Martin, have conferred with the sub-committee. Political observers believe the Parliamentary Labour Party will favour compulsory secret ballots. They expect considerable op- position from union leaders, but much of this may be only token ...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BEACHES CALM Freshwater Scare [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949

BEACHES CALM   Freshwater Scare Heavy seas which pound- ed Sydney beaches after last Saturday's storm have abated and most surf clubs yesterday reported a flat surf. About 40,000 people went to   the 17 main surf beaches. A southerly wind which sprang up in the afternoon made the water choppy, and many people left early. At Freshwater, surfers were called from the water when a school of porpoises frolicked be- tween the breaker, line and the shore for 15 minutes. It was thought they may have been chas- ing a shark. Most surf clubs took advantage of the flat surf to examine damage caused by big seas last week. Large quantities of sand have been washed away at most beaches and rocks exposed.

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949

a=«> ;;j'--| ./<'.?». ¿Jr,;, -dyed PescLaiiilá ly Stires of London For the first time in ten years! A major triumph for Biber Furs! You've 0 been asking for Light Wild Mink and it hasn't been seen in Australia since 1939! Only Biber Furs had the initiative to pay the high duty in order to secure these precious pclts-i-the highest-grade Pcschaniki ever to reach Australia-in the'New Wild Mink'Shade by the world-famous "Shires of London" who dressed and dyed these pelts to the special order of the House of Biber. Several models arc available at £125. The style illustrated is one that may be custom-made to individual order.. Remember that, Quality for Quality, the price of a Biber Fur will always be substantially lower, because of Biber's "One Profit Manufacturer's' price" policy. _, BIBER FURS Buy their own Pelts in World Markets. Design their own Styles from Overseas Contacts.. Make-up the Furs in their own workrooms.. THE CONSEQUENT SAVINGS ARE INVARIABLY PASSED ON TO Y...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949

PLANT HORMONES By Leading American Scientist GEO. C. WARNER'S START-A-BULB START-A-BULB is the newest George C. Warner Formula that con- tains an ample supply of certain plant hormones which are necessary for bulbs to grow properly and become adjusted to the active stage. START-A-BULB also contains a special Fungicide for the Prevention of disease. START-A-BULB can be used for treating bulbs, conns, cormlets, lilliums, tubers, seeds and rhizomes. Simple to use. Full particulars in every packet. 1/6 GEORGE C. WARNER'S "FORMULA 20" For faster, stronger growth In all forms of Plant Life, Bulbs, Conns, Seedlings,. Shrubs, Ornamental Fruit and Citrus Trees. Speeds up slow growers by building a larger feeder root system. A trial will prove its benefits. It 'costs less than one penny to treat 30 gallons of water. TRIAL SIZE, 1/6. j GEORGE C. WARNER'S CUTTING POWDERS For Stimulating Roots on Cuttings. Easy to use. Simply snip, dip and plant. Available in three strengths: HARD WOOD-for Camel...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
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MISS WARING CAN GET YOU A ROOM By A Special Reporter [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949

MISS WARING CAN GET YOU A ROOM By A Special Reporter Stranded in Sydney? Nowhere to stay? Then ring B06 and ask for Bessie Waring, of the Hotel Accommoda- tion Bureau. She'll find you somewhere to live in Sydney temporarily. Slim, blonde, . chic, efficient Miss Waring is officer-in-chnrge of the bureau, at the State Lic- ensing Magistrate's Office, 42 Bridge Street, city. She finds accommodation for hundreds of visitors every week. Fifty to 60 persons a day call at Miss Waring's office seeking accommodation. Many more telephone for assistance, but Miss Waring prefers them to call in person. Accommodation seekers in- clude foreign businessmen, inter- state visitors and local honey- moon couples. Miss Waring said last week that the bureau began business three years ago. She said: "At first I made the rounds of licensed hotels with a police sergeant, 'but now. the hotels know the bureau can ,hclp them. I listened to Miss Waring smoothly booking accommoda- tion for M. Marcelle d'Londt, ...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Worthington's Win In Five Sets WILL MEET BROWN [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949

Worthington^ Win In Five Sets * WILL MEET BROWN From Frank Tierney ADELAIDE, Saturday.-George Worth- ington, Australian Davis Cup possibility, qualified to meet Geoff Brown in the Australian tennis championship quarter-finals by beating Mervyn Rose to-dày. Worthington beat 19-year-old Rose, of Victoria, in five sets, after leading two sets to nil. He^ played splendidly in the first two sets and launched attack after attack from the net. Worthington played so confi- dently that when Rose did keep him on the baseline, he was able to place backhand winners straight down the line. Leading two sets to love, Woi thington changed his style and kept on the baseline. Took Command Rose, quick to seize his chance, took command at the net and won the third set. The match appeared over when Worthington led 4-1 in the fourth set, but Rose kept him behind the. baseline and played soundly to take the set at 8-6. Worthington finished better. however, and ran out the fifth set for the loss of two gam...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Critics Say "Eureka" Not Another "Overlanders" From Our Staff Correspondent [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949

Critics Say "Eureka" Not Another "Overlanders" From Our Staff Correspondent LONDON, Jan. 22.-British film exhibitors say Harry Watts's Australian film, "Eureka Stock- ade," is assured of success, but is not as good as "The Over landers." They saw "Eureka Stockade" at a special preview this week. Hitherto it.had been a close secret at Ealing Studios. Advance publicity has been guarded and. there have been no "stills" for the Press. The film will have its world premiere in London on Wednes- day-Australia Day. Here are the informal com- ments on the' film from Warclour Street-home of British film .renters and their trade journals: "Daily Film Renter": " 'Eureka Stockade' should do well. It hasn!t the same punch as 'The Overlanders,' but it is a good racy story, with plenty of action, and will have a strong appeal for men. This film proves the wisdom of making films in Australia." Josh Billings (critic for "Cine Weekly"): " 'Eureka Stockade' is ai-good, workmanlike job, but hardly an in...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949

'^fá0}:§<mp- -ÄÄ* WESTINGHOUSE Now i Wcstinghou'ie Refrifrer ator with tlip e\clusne Liono mlser unit, the genuine her- metically "senlcd in steel ' mechanism Wait-for new convenience and economy in your new refrigerator-wait then for jour new Wcstinp housc-only a few weeks away. t^-\amj - Sec Thinking About Washing Machines? Then think about Westinghouse -because very soon j ou Vi ill have a Westinghouse washer that exceeds your wildest expectations. EVERY HOUSE NEEDS WESTINGHOUSE \\estuighouse on disphj. Place your order NOW! with [WILKS! 124 Castlereagh Street, Sydney Open Saturday Mornings. _ BY ROYAL APPOINTMENT CET CO* ALL-BRITISH " ' %*V" MOTOR MOWER Immediate delivery can be given of the 12m and I4in Ateo'Motor Mowers for the home gardener. The models for the larger homes for sporting clubs and -- for councils-the 17, 20, 28 and 34 inch - are also now available. Ideal for Home Gardeners Alco Motor Mowers ara io limply operated that any member of rho family can mow...

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Some Hints About INVESTMENTS By The Finance Editor [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949

Some Hints About toí^STMEINTS^^ ¡S^Si By The Finance Editor ¡^¡ssi HOW will rising wage costs and talk about growing "inflation" react on the value of shares? People have made money since the war by riding the breakers of inflation. All land, plant, buildings, and stocks rise in value-and so should ordinary shares that arc title to them. Woe betide, though, if the new wave is just a dumper. That depends largely on America's prosperity and imports, which' may be sustained for some time by rearmament and aid to the world. I'd be increasingly careful about smaller or'newer compan- ies, whose products may get too dear for buyers. \^ But shares backed by large prc 1939 assets, with long earning records, can take it. Many will be even better buying. * * * OPL1TTING of shares to 5/ par ^ value is a growing practice. It may be justified where inves- tors fail to assess the full worth of higher denominations. Prospects of a splitting .may become as powerful an attraction as a rumoured new is...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Your Radio To-day [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949

- Your Radio To-day - Religion : 9.30: 2FC, Anglican, St. Mary's Brisbane. 10.30: 2GB, . Liberal Catholic Church. 11.0: 2BL, Pres- byterian, Rose Bay. 11.0: 2CH, Methodist,, Concord. 11.0: 2SM, High Mass. 4.30: 2CH, Australian Lutheran Service. 6.5: 2SM: Sacred Heart Programme. 6.30: 2FC, Commu- nity Hymn Singing. 6.30: 2SM, Rev. Father Brabants. 7.15: 2BL, Plain Christianity-Father Freeman. 7.15: i2CH, Scots Church. 8.00: 2SM, Father Freeman. Plays: 4.10: 2FC, The First Mrs. Fraser, comedy by St. John Ervine (Gabriel Toyne, Lorna Forbes). 7.5: 2UW, Dark Swallows (production, George Edwards). 8.0: 2GB, Casbah, drama (Peg Christiansen, Lloyd Bir rell). 8.00: 2UW, Quiet Week-end, comedy (Barbara Brunton, Michael Pate). Talks : 10.5: 2BL, George Farwell-Book Review. 1.00: 2BL, W. Macmahon Ball-Australia in the Pacific. "2.00: 2FC, Reginald Kirby-The Decline of Practical Joking. 3.30: 2BL, Rev. Alan Walker-Christian Revival in Germany. 10.15: 2UW, Portrait of the Week-J. M. Prentice. Cl...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FEBRUARY BRIDE [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949

FEBRUARY BRIDE MISS JOAN REEVES, only child of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Reeves, of Darling Point, was the guest-of-honour' at a pre wedding party given by Mrs. Charles Hudson, of Wahroonga, »t Dr. and Mrs. Basil Jones's home at Double Bay yesterday afternoon. The marriage of Miss Reeves and Mr. Bruce Robertson, elder son of the late Mr. J. R. Robertson and of Mrs. F. M. Robertson, of Neutral' Bay, will take place at St. Mark's Church, Darling Point, on February 9.

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RHINESTONE NECKLACES [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949

RHINESTONE NECKLACES pMPHASIS for costume jewel- lery for the coming season will be at the neckline, and necklaces-often with pendant ear-rings to match-juill be much worn. ' A two-year-old Sydney firm-composed of ex Servicemen and ex-Service women-is making by hand beautiful necklaces of white and coloured rHinestone. The photograph shows a drop design in sapphire and tohite. In prices ranging from about £4/4/-. to £14/14/- they will be oil sale here at-the opening of the autumn season.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949

ITS rflfrinmitrrrfrr- rfm iffiL iifflfi rfMri I 36in CAMBRIC -3/11* 3/41 8/4 An Ideal combination fabric thal is excellent for summer coats. Available in shades of Rose Mist, Natural, Gold, Bottle Green, and Faraway Blue. COTTONS DEPT., 2nd FLOOR A superfine quality with gay, bright florals, io ideal for house frocks and beach wear. Guaranteed fast colours. '4in GREY LINING four last opportunity <t to buy this lining at so W low a price. Lay-by now for your 'future requirements. 32in WHITE LAWN 3/101 Superior quality lawn so Ideal for school blouses. Wearing abil- ity guaranteed. 12in CHECK GINGHAM 4/9 Cay, colourful check designs that will eppoal to all. Varions size checks in a full tange of colours. 36in WOOL AND RAYON HOPSAC FROM OUR A (MU YEAR PURCHASE Just one from the exciting variety of hats in most attractive styles and colourings being offered to - morrow at this clearance price. Styles like this off-the-faco charmer, and a host of ofhers ONLY 60 Gloriously gay,...

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Kiwis Have Got Something [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949

Kiwis Have Got Something By LINDSEY BROWNE X17HEN the Kiwis bow into » * the Empire Theatre early in February, Sydney will at last be given a chance to solve the great est mystery of post-war Austral- ian show business. Why has the Kiwis show, which is little more than a fast moving smoke concert, so cap turcd the imagination of Austral- ians as to run for three years, non-stop, in Melbourne's Comedy Theatre? . Half the pleasure may be thal one "drops in", .to see the Kiwis; there is none of that stiff and for- bidding ceremonial that seems to go with most theatre-going. There's an easy-going take-it-or leave-it candour about a Kiwis show; there's no oppressive sense of "occasion." The whole- thing is highly organised informality. A few fellows sing, some of them seriously and some of them with avowed imitations of a par- ticularly prolific barnyard; a couple of other fellows scamper about the stage telling snappy stories and participating in sket- ches that give the usual variation...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Outand about WITH JUDY Love Story... Tales From Borneo... Wedding Date [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949

*©4¿fe<U¿ClfaoUTT\ U DY Love Story .. . Tales .From Borneo . . . Wedding Date A/T ARGARET WEIGALL, who marries Ian Maxwell at the Cranbrook Chapel on February 11, is busy trousseau-shopping. She and Ian are delighted that they have found a lovely flat in Elizabeth Bay, complete with high ceilings and lovely old fire- places. JUST arrived back from a trip to the East, Claudia Beazley has lots of tales to tell of her travels. In Borneo, she and her mother were taken over a hemp plantation at Bohihan Island, Just off the coast. .To see the plantation, they boarded a tiny private train, which consisted of platform trucks on which rattan chairs were fastened, and they surveyed the sights sitting grandly in their chairs as the little donkey engine chugged through the jungle. In the Philippines, they went to see Ihe Australian Consul MISS HELEN DONALD, youngest daughter of Mr. Will Donald, the well-known artist, and Mrs. Donald, of Poseville, who will marry Mr. R. N. Bartlett, o...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949

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THE WORLD OF WOMEN Opera, Eridan Party, Weddings [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949

THE. WOULD OF WOMEN Opera, Eridaii Part}", Weddings MR. cruí MRS. F. MCNEILL * ÁCZLÁ}>D, C-TJÍ MRS. M. CATO CTJÍ ÏJÎT cc-^cKze--\~. lc-£, MRS. PZTZR GI2BZS, iz'rji Gtzzrji&i zhe. ;?-en¿erg o' "II Trozczcre" by zhe. Izckzr. Crcnd Ozxrc COTT.-piT.-J cz irjz TrzrAi lest r.içh:. \¡ISS MARGA. ' M.íC?y.2'2>C '.'C'.v. c o '.~ ' y. o; R-.r-.z.z. MISS ALISO: '.z'.i'c: ~\í Mz~z~.cr~. 3CJ zh: ?r.'ierc.jr^zi c-.c ir*Z ccr.zir.'s :-. Zr.clcr.c. frfADAMZ EZSRI DS LA CP.02Z, vrife o', zr.e Co-.iz.l Ger.ercl ¡or 7rcr.ce, choz>íir.g a -posy ¡ron c zrcy o' pTizexz hela 'o? the general mcncaer c7 Messcaeries Mari- time!. MR. J. COCRZT fleft,, -¿hile Ker ka.i'xr.á. J-fO.vs. DE LA. CROIZ, looks on. at the cocczcü -cczzy o~. 'oocrd zr.e Eridan text night. Eight cooks cruz c chef IZKT.Z zr.e .¿'no'.* of yesterday -prepcrina specicl Frer.r.h áii'r.ei CTJÍ ZT.zr.ic.-ii of ¡¿zones for zr.e z>z-zy. ^

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COUNTRY WEDDING [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949

COUNTRY WEDDING i \ ARCHDEACON BIDWELL , " officiated at the marriage c: Miss. Marjorie Humphries roes ser daughter of Mr. ar.d ?»£r*. ! L R. Humphries, ot "Abbotslea-" j Quirindi, and Concord, and Mr. ' Rodnev Doust, vouncest son of , Mr. and Mrs. A." Doust, of Yass, at St. Andrew's Church. Summer Hill, yesterday. The bride -sere an old-world wedding gown, com- posed of frilled layers of narrow white val lace. The bride's sister, Mrs. Richard Conoily, or Ya«, ; was matron-of-honour, and Mr. 'Kevin Doust was best man. Tr.2 reception was held at Amory.

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People And Parties Flying to Paris... Town Hall Concert... Engagements [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949

XfR. and M P.S. JOH:: GODïïiX lechino AU Scinto Church, ' L Murder- Eui citer their weedina lort niahi. The bride ii the youno est caschier of Mr. and Mrs. A. 7. Webb, oí Hunters Hill, end the brideoroom, û the ord-.j nor. of Mr. and Mrs. J. V/. Godwin, oí Gordon. Muses Betty Lammen, Margaret Bonniball and Pat Godwin, -cere oride.iw.aidi. Mr. Stephen Mayne, Mr. Ian Carter and Mr. Kenneth Goldring attended the bridegroom. The Reverend Mr. C. W. Gumbley performed the ceremony, after which a reception was held at the Pickwick Club. People And Parties! Plying to Paris ... Town Hall j Concert . . . Engagements MR. AND MRS. JTM SAR- GOOD, of Alice Springs, who hate been spending a holidaj in Stdne*, wül flj to Europe this week. They expect to be met in Paris by Lady Milbanke, the former Sheila Chisholm, of Sjd net. Mr. and Mrs. Sargood ex- pect to return to Australia in April. * » . MISS ISABEL NORMA CRAVEN, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. N. T. J. Craven, of Bellevue Hill, announced ber engagem...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949

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