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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 15 November 1953

"I fold you he wouldn't stand any competition!"

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Lettuce Loves Moisture [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 15 November 1953

Lettuce Loves Moisture WE have not had much warm wea- ther so far, except in spasms and growth of beans, potatoes, lettuce, silver beet, carrots, cu- cumbers and other cu- curbits has not been rapid. But there is one thin) tillich must not bc neglecter, and that is watering. No wasteful watering of tht forgotten sprinkler order but regular and even soak- ing so thal roots can absorb moisture and ensure healthy ! growth. ; Keep water up to potatoes until tops begin to turn. ; Daily Watering ; Lettuce lately transplanted ¡can take all the moisture Offering. Daily watering al vied to ample manure in top- soil and a mulch ensure quick growth and good hearting, j Lettuce need forcing and ?.{his daily welling can be re- inforced with liquid feeding of a nitrogenous nature.

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TROTTING AT BATHURST [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 15 November 1953

TROTTING AT BATHURST FIRST BEGINNERS, Ira 168yds. -MONA'S LAD, scr. CM. Adams), S-l, 1; FIRST VAN, scr. CB. Ken nely), 2-1, 2: MERRIVALE, scr. CP. C< Watts), 3-1, 3. DITS. CS/): Win,*£l/4/; place, 15/, 8/9. 6/9. V* U, Vi 1. Time, 2m 28s. Scr.: LocYhecl, Scotch Hope, Pamboll, Cranbrook, Scarlet Spot,- Ken's Pet. 2nd BEGINNERS' HCP., lm 68yds: MINERAL SPRING, scr (M. Adams), 2-1), 1; SHANLEY. scr. G. Watts), 4-1, 2; ARIZONA BELLE CL. Quinlan), scr., 20-1, 3. DITS.: Wiri 19/; place .8/3, 8/. £3/1/6. Len., 2 1. Time 2m 27s Scr,. Beverley Hall, Swanee-. Sue, Pup's Pride, Western Star. DIVIDED HANDICAP, 10%f_ 1st Div.: DEPUTATION, ser. (L Moulds), 5-4. 1; BEAU JOHN. scr. CT. McNamara), 5-1, 2-, TRUNDLE HOPE, 24yds (O. Smith), 7-1, 3 Divs.: Win. .15/? place. 8/9. 8/6. £1/8/3. 4-len., nk. Time. 2m 59s. Scr.: Regal Wirra, Forest Lawn, Swanee Rose, Lucky Lawn. 2ND DIVIDED HANDICAP. IteM.-VAN HALL, scr. IP .j Hall) 4-1 on, 1; PAY ALL, scr! CL Miles), 7-1, 2; RORY THÉ GREAT, scr. CR....

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
H.P. Dog Price [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 15 November 1953

Kat*. . fitted Dot». TRIAL STAKE, Started 7.32. DONALD BIRCH Bonhomie Boy . Topsy's Mite 2nd TORKSSrVE TAYLOR'S SQUARE STAKE No. 3 Wash Vet rel Started 7JO. Jay Son«_ CLUB BANKER'S JOY STAKE. _ Bamboo Boy Started S-H. T«rbo jet_;_ 1st PROGRESS. FIRST SCORE STAKE, No. 3. Tart Court Started ».31. Kin« Sugar / HAROLD PARK- FARRAGO HAWK STAKE Arnflnn Started ».5» Cola Mind« PROGRESSIVE BEAUTY HAVOC ' STAKE, No. 2. Mystery Flo Started 9.12.. Majori el_ PROGRESSIVE SILVER AGRICOLA STAKE. No. 1. SurylTort Last Started 9.32. Plensare Lady TRAMWAY JJUCKY SOVEREIGN STAKE. Sashwelght Started 9.51. Faithful Brian_ MEMBERS' BONWARRA STAKE. Tiny Opal Started 10.11. La Senorita_ ELECTRIC SILVER BREWER LIGHT STAKE. Min Havoc Started 1OJ0. Pepsi Roc_ It-i -iL 7 Trial Stake, 500yds DONALD BIRCH (VkJ, (6) " 1 BONHOMIE BOY <7) .2 TOPSY'S MATE (3) ....3 Then followed: Velvet's Pride (2). 4; Zone's Own (8), Si Derby lean (1). 6; Leonarvon (5). 7; Gun Lad (4) , 8: Beverley Anne (9), 9. Scratche...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 15 November 1953

THE WYONG Cup meet- ing will be held on Tuesday, December 1. The Cup, run over a mile, carries £500 prizemoney. Nominations for the fixture close to- morrow week, November 23.

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TROTTING Melbourne [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 15 November 1953

TROTTING Melbourne QUALIFYING, 9 Vif. - RE- STRICTION, ser O. Barron jun) 8- 1, ls SOCIAL CIRCLE, sex <C. PrMdeth). 20-1, 2; ARDRI, scr CB. McDonald), 9-4, 3. Scr.: Bow Denny. Divs, (for 5/-): Win, £2/16/: place. 13/, £1/7. 7/6. 3 yds., yd. Time, 2m 38.6s. (Winner's mlle rate 2m 13.6s.) WALLIS HANDICAPi 12Vif. BAYDENE, sex Q. A. Maidens), 9- 2, 1; ANNEX, scr CL Brown). ?5-2, 2; SPARKLING DESIGN. :scr (G. D. Wilson), 8-1, 3. Scr: ¡San Chief, Otto Derby. Divs.: Win, £1/14/! place. 10/6, II/. 19/. 3yds, 15yds. Time, 3m 27s (Mlle rate, 2m 12 3-5s.) -' ARDOCH HANDICAP, l%m. ELMO RAID, 24yds bhd. 03. D. Emmett), 6-4, 1; PARKSURE, 36yds bhd. OL Rothacker), 7-2, 2: GREAT VICTOR, 36yds bhd. (C. D. Brown), 20-1, 3. Scr.: Remark- able. Divs.: Win, 12/; place, 7/6. 8/6, £1/6/. Vi hd., 15yds. Time, 4m 2a (mile rate, Tm 17 4-5s). SHERWOOD, 3-Y.-OLDS, 9 Vii. -DARRYL'S PRIDE, scr. a. Welsh), 7-4 on, 1; COLUMBUS, scr. (G. Rothacker), Sri, 2; KIWI SCOT, scr. (F. WyatO, 12-1, 3. Scratched: ...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LITHGOW DOGS [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 15 November 1953

LITHGOW DOGS MAIDEN, 310yds.-BRONZE WORKER (/M), 1; Satin Ace (4-1), 2; Rose Net (2-1), 3. Divs.- (for 5/): £1/12/6, 6/3. Won by 2 len., len. Time, 17.9s. ? Scr.: Noon Shot, Glider Girl Reserve dog Kiowa Chief. X-RAY, 310yds.-GAY RENARD (6-1), 1; Lord Taurus (8-1). 2: Net Tinsel (even), 3. Divs.: £2/2/, 12/6. Won by 3 len., 4 len. Time, 17.4s. Scr.: Rip's Pick. : MATRON'S, 310yds. - FORT- RESS HERO (5-2), h Gay de Milo (2^1), 2¡ Romalee (8-1), 3. Divs.: 15/, 3/6. Won by len., 2 len. Time, 17.4s. Sa.: Ellmaye Queen, Share Together. MAIDEN, 750yds.-WIN AN A (6-1). 1; Phantom Girl (6-1), 2; Merry Scamp (10-1), 3. Divs.: £2/1/3. Bl, 121. Won by 4 len., 6 len. Time, 44.6s. - DOCTOR'S, 550yds.-SWANKY STAR (5-2). 1; Rogers Harvest (7-2), 2; Chief Mex (8-1), 3. Divs.: 14/9, 8/6. Won by 4 len., 12 len. Time. 31.1s. Scr.: Stylish Steps, Desert Havoc. SISTERS', 550yds. - DEVINE LAD (3-1), 1; Amended (6-1), 2: Mercury Girl (9-2). 3. Divs.: 14/3, 12/6. 3/9. Won by VS len.. VS len. Time, 31.1s. M...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
REPORTED BY THE STEWARDS [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 15 November 1953

FIRST BIRRONG GRADU- ATION STAKES: Approaching the half-mile interference occurred which was found to he caused by Felcia. (J RincbevaU, racing I erratically- when being checked to go in behind a horse. This caused interference to Verday (G. Pod-, more), and King Caste <W. Toohey), -who had. to be checked ott that horses heels. The stewards ; were satisfied that the interference was accidental. Between the (our and the three Hasari (C. Casey) met with inter- ference. On enquiry it was found to be caused by . Cudgelico (H. Welch) losing ground and dropping back. -The-stewards were satisfied the happening' was accidentai. HOXTON PARK'STAKES: W. Cook was questioned regarding Be- spoken'* erratic ' running. Cook stated that ' early, in the race be hung in. badly and in the straight, when nulled out to go around the winner, he hung out. Thc stewards were satisfied with Cook's explan- ation. HORSLEY HANDICAP: After the running of this race jockey G. Moore came in to the steward...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Speedway Rider Hurt At Opening [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 15 November 1953

S a,Rider II ur á Ai Opening - A small crowd saw the opening pf the speedway season at tpe Sydney Showground last night, when one rider was injured. The rider, Noel Thorley, was taken to St. : Vincent's Hospital for observation after an /accident during the final of the Open Solo Han- ^ dicap. Thorley overslid whilst entering , a corner, both rider and. machine collided heavily with the fence. ¡ Australian Test represen- tative DonXawson, follow- ing ' closely, was forced to throw his machine-to the ground in Order to.avoid the fallen rider. . '?. Sidecar star Clacker Levy defeated all opposition .dur- ing the. night. ., Encourage solo Scratch Race, No^ h 3 laps, gate start: H. Harris, 1; 65.2s; N. McDonald, 2; R. Robin- son, 3. 2nd Encouragé Solo Scratch Race, 3 laps, gate start:* A. Mel Iulsh, 1, 66.6s. 1st Encourage Sidecar Serat cb Race, 3 laps, gate start: B. Bingham, .1, lm 19.8s: B. Barnes, 2; B. Cryer, 3. 2nd Encourage Sidecar: Scratch Race, 3 laps, gate start: J. Crowhurst,...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 15 November 1953

«art New sidewalls of super supple rubber that will flex for years without cracking ! A new ply of heat-resisting rubber deep inside the tyre for blowout prevention. Two important tyre improvements backing up the famous deeper, flatter Dunlop, tread. Fit Dunlop tyres NOW for greater mileage thän any tyre you've used-EVER ! MILES ANO RECAP AFTER 'EXTRAFLEX' SIDEWALL RUBBER MORE FLEXIBLE -YET STRONGER -WONT CRACK DUNLOP for more miles than any tyre you've used -? ever! Ano ther Dunlop Success ! ! Dunlop T Balls will be uSed in the 1953 Davis Cup Challenge Round. DCTI24»/4«:

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Disappointing H.P. Showing [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 15 November 1953

Disappointing H.P. Showing Glamour greyhound Macareena let « punters down again when backed to odds-on at Harold Park last night Macareena, who holds the 500Vyards record, failed to runfia place in the Harold Park . Stake, won by 15-1 outrider Farrago Hawk. Placings went to Arn finn (7-^and Cola Minda (40'-li.: Macareena was slowly awáy^ánd a check soon after the.¡start ruined her chance. The'V winner, Farrago Hawk,''.was smartly away and quickly set up a winning lead. Although strongly chal- lenged by Arnfinn at the top of the straight he held him in the run home to win by a length.

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Queen Of All's Game Effort In Maltine [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 15 November 1953

Queen Of All* 4. a mo Effort In Maltine Queen of All, winner of the Maltine Stakes at Warwick Farm yesterday, overcame a severe swel- ling of a knee on Friday to take her place in the race. She battled on gamely to beat Hathor by a neck, with Merope three lengths away third. Mr. F. L. Paul, who races the filly in partnership with Mr. A. O. Romano, said she bad ray treatment for four hours. The swelling had sub- sided, a great deal on Fri-' day, and this morning trainer Harry Plant and 1 decided the leg looked fit enough for her to race." be said. "But that will bc the end of her racing for a while." Yesterday sbe recorded 1.0J,'the same time as when she won the Randwick Wid- den Stakes on October 10. She carried 8-12 yester- day, a rise of 71b, but Mr. Paul was very confident of her chances because Hathor. who won at Randwick a week later, had gone up a full 121b after running slower time. This is the first occasion Messrs. Romano and Paul have raced in partnership. Mr. Paul paid 1,...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Three Trees, Brilliant, Bountiful And Beautiful GARDEN SECTION [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 15 November 1953

Three Trees, Brilliant, Bountiful And By "WARATAH" MID-NOVEMBER ,is usually Jacaranda time around Sydney. 'This year thc trees arc late, . held back by cold weather vagaries. But the sea- son promises to be a brjlHanl one. That is because a comparatively dry win- ter has encouraged flower-bud instead of leaf growth, lt now looks as if the brazier- like native flame trees will be out in places before the mauve-blue Brazilian. Except on thc cold table- lands, a jacaranda can be coaxed into giving its best anywhere." Inland it needs frost protection over thc first two winters. From Melbourne's gardens t Queensland is a wide range. Masterpieces grow in both places, with Graf- ton's and Sydney in between. My home town of Gympie, Queensland, gleams in Octo- ber with incandescent blue globes arou-d its lovely old hills. You need to sec that beauty to believe it. Grafton's Jacarandas Grafton has adopted the jacaranda not only in its streets and avenues, but in home gardens, where there are ...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 15 November 1953

ROSICRUCIAN (AMOnC) Free Public Lecture TUESDAY AT 8 P.M. "THE CYCLES OF LIFE" - By John H. La Buschagne, F.R.C. Three of the greatest CREATIVE Industrialists ot America relied upon an ancient secret system ot CYCLES In alt vital business and personal decisions. This Rosicrucian system will be explained and illustrated with charts, making the application plain to everyone. Those who TEST this system by applying it to their own affairs will discover that IT WORKS! Question period after lecture. Colour Film: "DOMAIN OF DESTINY" DOORS OPEN 7.30-No Fees-All Welcome ASSEMBLY HALL Margaret St. Prlrale Interviews. Phone M 4249 tor appointment. _;_FREE BOOK OFFER Ii you are unable to attend thc Lecture personally next Tuesday night, send this coupon to The Rosicruclans (AMORC), Box 3388, G.P.O., Sydney, for a special copy of their free book "Thc Mastery of Life." NAME_:_ ADDRESS. .STATE.

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 — 15 November 1953

ASOUT THIS CAR PRICE: Tourer £700 (incl. tax). SIZE: Four-sealer, small boot. Wheelbase, 7fl 6in; track, 3ft 9in; overall length, 12ft 8iu; unladen kcrbweight, IScwt; clearance. 81¡u; tyres, 5.00 i ldiir, tankage, 7 gal. ENGINE: Four-cylinder, side valves, capacity, 1.2 litres; power output, 30 b.h.p. (R.A.C. rating 10 h.p.), (Iirce-spccd gearbox. Separate chassis fra nie. FUEL CONSUMPTION AND AVERAGE SPEED: On tesl, 36.7 miles per gallon al an aver- age speed of 42.3 m.p.h, over mountain route. Fuel range 257 miles. MAXIMUM SPEEDS (hood creeled): Top, 60 m.p.h.; second gear, 44 m.p.h.

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 15 November 1953

) CHEV. & HOLDEN PARTS From a Splitpln (o a Complete Motor Try WMGGMNS First { SPECIAL ATTENTION COUNTRY CLIENTS Write, Call or Phone ] WSM.INS ^ynxs sumy.PTY.iip.. % %ki ^arramat/a ,J]Kpad,riinAn(laIc. -pitóte4 ;iíAáltói;í;;, Open every Saturday and pnÄ^y t|l; liä^p.ni* ^ ^,

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Jaguar Reaches 172 m.p.h. [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 15 November 1953

Jaguar Reaches 172 m.p.h. A JAGUAR X.K 120 two-seater recently covered a flying mile on the Jabbeke Road in Belgium at an average speed of 172.412 m.p.h. The car was a standard production model, fitted with catalogued optional extra speed equipment. The speed is the highest yet achieved by a produc- tion car with catalogued 'equipment.           Normon Lewis, chief test   driver of Jaguar Cars Ltd. drove the car.        

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 15 November 1953

A SPECIAL race train will leave. Central at .9,21 a.m. for the Gosford meet-; ing next Tuesday. .

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
To-morrow's Tennis Draw N.S.W. CHAMPIONSHIPS AT WHITE CITY [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 15 November 1953

To-ntórrów^s Tennis Dräw NJS.W. CHAMPIONSHIPS AT ' . . WHITE .CITY . CENTRE COURT (11.30): K. Rosewall1' v.- G: -Wilderspln (fifth set to be replayed), M. G. Rose and R. Hartwig .v. D. Candy and G. Worthington, V. Sebeas and T. Tràbert ' v. C. Wilderspln and N. Fraser, J. Bromwich .and A. X. Qulst or E. Johnson, and R. BJox ham, v. W. Talbert' and I. Ayre or J. N. Grinda and W. Gilmour, K. Rosewall and L. Hoad v; R. Emer- son and A. Cooper or R. Slack and D. Buchanan. - No. 1 ENCLOSURE (11.30): I. Ayre and W. Talbert. v. W. GÜ mour and J. N. Grinda ( to finish). Miss L. Nicholls v. Miss M. Car 'ter, Mrs. H. Hopman v. Miss P. Southcombe, Miss F. Muller v. Miss M. Hellyer, R. Hartwig: 'and Mrs.-T. Long v. M.-Anderson-'and Mrs. D. Fogarty. . - v No. 2 ENCLOSURE M.30)£-A. K. Quist and I. Bromwich v.' E. Johnson- and R. Bloxhám ( to fin- ish), Miss B. Penrose v. Mrs. M. Moss, Mrs.. K. Hawton ..v. Miss B. Warby, Mrs. S." Rogers v. Miss J. Staley, G". Worthington'and Mrs. K.-Hawton v. T. P...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Wrestle Draw [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 15 November 1953

Wrestle Draw Johnnie Moochy appeared a trifle unlucky to only regis- ter a draw with Dick Raines in last night's main wrestle at the Leichhardt .Stadium. Ta« wrestle ¡ ' Joe Morro?.? and Snowy Dawlon beat Alan Pinrflld. and Bud Cody, two falla to one.

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