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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 15 November 1953

For Property Owners wishing to purchase a high class New or Second Hand car or utility, we arrange BANK FINANCE on any deposit at 5 pc inter- est and weekly terms from £1. For details, write, Box 16, P.O., North Sydney. SNOWY MOUNTAINS HYDRO ELECTRIC AUTHORITY SKILLED WORKERS REQUIRED FOR SNOWY MOUNTAINS AREA ELECTRICAL FITTERS ano ELECTRICAL MECHANICS: Must be qualified tradesmen. Required for power installation work, particularly at the Mun- jang 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 or all types of Heavy Earth Moving equipment of up to 150 Horse Power. Only Operators with extensive experience need apply. Written application should include full details of types of Plant on which applicants have had experience. (Possession of prescribed New ...

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

I SCORES QUEENSLAND First InniBCI K. ARCHER, e Miller, o Morris . 118 C HARVEY, e de Courcy, b Benaud. 26 KL. MACKAY, c and b Benaud 1 E'. TOOVEY, b Benaud _ 16 R. ARCHER, c and b Benaud 0 I. BRATCHFORD, c Trueman. b Benaud . IO P BURGE, b Simpson .... 103 D TALLON, e Simpson, b Miller . 21 B. FLYNN, lbw, b Simpson 3 V N. RAYMER, not out .. 29 C SMITH, lbw, b LIndwaU ..13 Sundries . 14 Total . 354 Fall: 44. 52. 84, 84. 102, 243. 282, 289, 314, 354. Bowline: LIndwaU. 13-0-60-1; Clarke, 7-1-19-0; Benaud, 27-6-88-5; Simpson. 16-1-77-2; Fagan, 10-2 27- 0: Burke, 6-0-36-0: Miller. 9-1 28- 1: Morris. 1-0-5-1 N.S.W. First Innings J. BURKE, c K. Archer, b Raymer . 18 A. MORRIS, not out . 164 I. CRAIG, c Raymer, b Flynn 0 K. MILLER, c Tallon, b Flynn ll J. DE COURCY, st Burge, b Flynn . 8 R. BENAUD, stpd Burge, b Flynn . 158 R. LINDWALL, c Archer, b Flynn . 4 J. CLARKE, not out ...... 5 Sundries . 7 Six wickets for.371 Fall: 45, 48, 67, 85, 349, 353. Bowling: R. Archer, 12-2-51-0; Smilh. 9-0...

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

MORLEY l^ÔUÛ^ cool, cool summer giff Give him Morley Velnit underwear and you give him a summer of cool comfort, a smooth-fitting line. Velnit is so practical, too, because it will boil. ^^^^^^^ ^ are *1's 'avour'*es £/? ( i Handkerchiefs by Nile are a ' / _^*^^Z foolproof gift for all. the men I --fr<^^_^/' on your list. See the Nile j \ collection at Dj's . . . there are J Cc? -V coloured ones at 3/6, fine j (~yCs-\ i wmTe cotton with his initial for I /T<1S¿? I " °n'y 3/1 li initialled cotton f / in colour for 4/3. êèÇL^ / Market St. and George St. o

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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£6m. In Housing Contracts [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 15 November 1953

Pb. ¡n fiwskg Contracts i The Housing Commission has ap proved contracts foi the erection of 2,80C homes by 500 pri- vate contractors. The secretary of (he Hou mg Commission, Mr. J. \ Bourke, announcing (his ye; [inlay, said the contracts ar wlh £6,469,410. This is really big bùsi jess," Mr. Bourke said. "VVe can expect a boos a thc building trade. . "More than £6 million i; i lot to pour into any industry in a few months." Mr. Bourke said the Jomes -two or three bed- room brick-veneer or timber frame cottages-will bc built ia alLparts of thc State. f "At Right Time" "Our contracts have beer placed at thc right time,' k said. 'The building industry is teyed up and ready lo go, ami we expect some fast homebuilding. 'The restriction of credit has made contractors battle competitively for business. "Sometimes we couldn't jet a builder for a job a couple of years ago. : "When we did get one his .estimates were far higher than ours. "Now we get 10 or 12 builders tendering for one piece o...

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

HE'LL THANK YOU FOR A CASUAL HAT LUTON IA breeze-catching panama, openly woven by hand; comfortable cushioned headband. 52/9. Add a colourful puggaree . . . they're only 5/-. Another. Luton, exclusive to Dj's, is the white cloth casual Cabana of showerproof ninoflex,27/6. At both Market and George Street Stores.

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FOR FUN [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 15 November 1953

CIGARETTES are concealed in this niobe made of silver and gold an odised metal. The cigarettes ¿an out when the top is lifted (right). REPLICA of a champagne bottle in anodised metal is a novelty cig- arette holder imported from Ger- many. The top lifts up and cig- arettes automatically fan out in individual holders (right). FOR FUN MUSICAL cigarette boxes have a never jailing charm. This one from Germany de- picts a church and belfry in the snow. When a portion of the base, which contains the cigarettes, is swung open, an angel tolls the bell while ^ other angels "sing" a Christmas carol. Snow covered Christ mas trees staiid in the background. Musical boxes come in all shapes and sizes, many of them novelties, but ahoays with the same tinkling appeal.

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

AN EXCLUSIVE THE * *JW** VENETIANS PATENTED ALL-METAL I HEADBOX^^t*""" The AlkMetal Headbox Is the outstanding exclusive feature of Aberdeen Venetians. Of strong, decoratively fluted, motor-body steel, it is designed lo eliminate the ordinary tilt rail, ensuring perfect closure and pre- venting light-leakage over top slat. No. I-Aberdeen curtain hanging brackets are supplied to take TWO curtain ' rods and pelmet board. No. 2-Aberdeen all-metal, multi- purpose "Sajti-Iox" headbox holders keep headbox in place even if accidentally left open. No. 3-Aberdeen all-metal, totally enclosed, dust-proof, machined worm gears allow silent, precision adjustment oj slats to any desired ansie. No. 4-Aberdeen all-metal tape rollers hold tapes without tacks or screws. Tapes easily removed if furnishing scheint requires different coloured tapes. Smooth, positive operation without any tape wear. No. 5-Aberdeen automatic cord lock operated by one-hand, one-cord control raises, lowers or locks blind in ...

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

Give... To the coiwnumty: . Books (o hospi- tals. . A pint of blood to thc Red Cross. . A day's help for a needy cause. O Help across the road to every, blind person you meet in the j year. . A bus seat to an old lady. . Help to a migrant friend to learn Eng- lish. . A lunch to your dearest enemy. . Good warning to other road users of what you arc going to do next. . A visit to the cinema to an elderly friend. . Your radio tuned down after 10 p.m. to your neighbours. . Toys to orphans. . A particularly happy Christmas to your family.

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SO HE HAS A SWEET TOOTH [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 15 November 1953

SO HE HAS A SWEET TOOTH CHOCOLATES loaded into a china donkey and cart are a novel present from Italy. The cart stands six indies high, is 12in long and is tied with an outsize red organza bow. When the choco- lates are gone, the cart could be used for flowers or cacti., TREASURE chest of highly polished wood has a gold padlock and keys, and unlocks to reveal a trove of choco- lates. It stands 4in : high, is Stitt long and j has a future as a cig S arette box. t

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

store of the- Christmas spirit PRESENTS AT PENS, PENCILS -CHRISTMAS . ? ? _ _ r One of^the best presents to give or receive is "Onoto." It's a practical, good-looking gift. Dj's has a complete family of Onoto's-single pens to 3-piece. sets. All aré beautifully coloured, some with the luxury of 14 carat gold nibs. Shown: Lady's set in wine, blue, green or black, 57/6. Standard model in mottled colours,, 37/6. Lower Ground Floor, Elizabeth Street Store.

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

That List ! WITH less than six weeks to Christmas you have certainly given "thc matter" some thought-to say thc least. Most probably you are pondering over thc - problem of how to reduce your gift list this year. But don't you do that every year-that is, in the beginning? Isn't there the same discussion in your fam- ily from year to year on. the theme: "Now look, we simply can't spend as much as the last time . . . Some j people will have to be cut j out ... . Surely the Smiths ... or the Browns . . . be- sides, their children are grown up now ..." And then you agree to re- duce first your Christmas card list, then thc gift list. And the result - you* spend a little more than last year. Therefore, why not ap- proach "the matter" in a "scientific" way. ? Take last year's list. Cross out the names of those of whom you have made "enemies," and add the names of new friends. The Amount Of Money To Spend Put Against each name both the amount you would like ' to spend, and the amount you c...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 15 November 1953

aoi aonoc aoxao CAMPERS! BUY OR LA Y-BY THIS WEEK TO A VOID USUAL XMAS RUSH SIZE 12 x 12 MARQUEE TENTS Greco or Brown Triple Written Gnaiantrt. WARDEN Canvas Waterproof and Rotnroof. Fast col- our. Heavy Susniark Duck Sidewalls. Complete all equipment, ready ta erect and will fit into boot of baby car. Genuine £39/17/6 Value. Q*1Í NOW ONLY .Jd «#^2 Canvas Top FOLDING CAMP STRETCHERS WO Tcnlfridee ICE BOX 7»'0 KIDDIES PLAY-TENT with poles, ropes, pegs. WO 12ft Motor Tents Creen Waterproof Can Tas Root, 6ft bigh. Hurricane Duck Side, wall and complete all equipment, ready to erect. J. Cf 01 slretcber size, fl OT £26 Value . ** * Size 18 x 12. Green Waterproof and Kat proof, non - scratch, smooth Canons CAR COVERS Leather reinforced eye- lets, roped on nil 4 sides and tying rope. cir £6/17/6 Price . ' ' SAM GOODMAN Camp Equipment Specialist, 3 MARKET ST., CITY >S; eaor -IDPOI .locaoïr- 1 1 io CHOSEN GIFT OF FAMOUS PEOPLE EVERYWHERE . . . Parker "51" is at once the most beautiful and...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Alleged Tote Forgery [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 15 November 1953

Alleged Tote Forgery Detectives yesterday arrested two men alleged to have passed forged tote tickets at Warwick Farm race- ¡ course. They allege the men, who arj young New Australians, passed three tickets valued at £163/15/. They said that when they searched the men, they found a fourth forgery which would have paid £300. About 12.30 p.m. yester- day, a man presented a forged ticket at the doubles tote window in the paddock, i It was on a horse which won at Rosehill on November 7. Two Charged A girl attendant paid £63/15/ on the ticket, which she recognised as a forgery. She clled detectives, who followed the man and arrested him with another New Australian. Detectives claim that a number of forged tote tic- kets have been passed on Sydney racecourses in the past four months. Police charged two men at Central Police Station last nit-it on forging and utter- ing counts.

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

TYPICAL PLAN THIS is a typical plan from the Small Homes Service which will open on December 1. The plan is for a two bedroom timber frame house, suitable for both weatherboard and flbro. One bedroom is 13ft by lift, and the other \ 10ft Gin by 9ft 6in I and yet the overall area is only 820 square feet. A large living room and hall, measuring 23ft by lift, as well as a kitchen, laundry, bathroom and lava- tory are also provided. Ttie house, suitable for a family of four, roould flt across a 50ft block or along a 40ft block. Glass doors open on to a large terrace which gives outdoor living area. The rafters of the house are continued to form an attractive . pergola over the I terrace. Shelves beside the fireplace provide stor- age space for books. The compact kitchen has a space for dining. The main bedroom has a built-in ward- robe and dressing table. A built-in ward- robe is also provided in the second bed- room. A screen separates the entrance from the living room. Full details of...

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

We send ^0 down the AUSTRALIAN NTIRSTATE UNE!*! FRIDAY (HIGHT SAILINGS | -arrange yours N0WÏ § A luxurious Interstate Liner sails from Sydney every Friday night for Melbourne, Adelaide and Fremantle. £ FOR ADVANCE BOOKINGS APPLY! £ m.v. DUNTROON $ Melbourne Steamship Co., Ltd., BX4511 S m.v. KANIMBLA t Mcilwraith, McEacharn Ltd., BW1047 2 m.v. MANOORA jj The Adelaide Steamship Co. Ltd., B0539 ; m.v. WESTRALIA : Huddart Parker Ltd. M M BW144I Ï ASO J A. >

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

WRITE FOR OUR Free ILLUSTRATED TOY AND GIFT CATALOGUE Twelve beautiful pages (some of them are reproduced in full colour), packed tull of the brightest; newest Christmas gilt ideas you've ever seen. Write also /or our FREE Santa letter-cards for children. We supply the letter-cards so your children can write to Santa - and he replies promptly. Of course letters are NOT treated as orders. See over 10.0 Lovely Suites on the 6th Floor Bcbarfalds spacious 6th Floor is entirely devoted to Bedroom Suites - all arranged in special rooms, so you may visualise them in your own home. Prices range from as low ns £69. Modern TWIN ROBE Suite (ILLUSTRATED) Exclusive Bebarfalds design finished in nicely, matched veneers. Features include non-warping doors, and all dust-proof drawers. Walnut Veneer .. Blonde Avodairc Blonde Blrds'-cye Maple . £141/14/6 £148/./. £150/-/ AN ACCOUNT OR ONE OF OUR CONVENIENT PAYMENT PLANS IS AT YOUR SERVICE. BEDROOM SUITES, SIXTH FLOOR, SYDNEY'S LOWEST PRICE FOR SUCH A...

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

.Prefer Hair Cream? Here s the See the difference! One glance in your mirror proves it. Your-hair looks so naturally hand- some. None of that slick, "plastered down" look with "Vaseline" Hair Cream - the cream of them alli Feel the difference! No stickiness here! Here is the superfine, active hair cream that gives you better looking hair. Here is the cream of them alli Now at all chemists, stores 'ind hairdressers - this new, tupe rf nt "Vaseline" product " BR ATI D Giyes your hair that "JUST COMBED" look all day long! "Vaselina" Is the Reg. Trade Mark of the Chesebrough Mfg. Co. Cont'd. -!-.-.VC34

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NO CLASH OF SCULLERS Withdrawal By Evatt Resented [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 15 November 1953

Australian sculling' champion Peter Evalt withdrew unexpectedly from the 2,000 metres senior sculls race at the .Sydney Rowing Club regatta yesterday at Iron Cove. His withdrawal was greeted with resentment by some officials and a large number of specta- tors. The scheduled meeting be- tween Evatt and Olympic medal winner Mervyn Wood for the first time had been awaited with keen interest. This was the main draw on yesterday's-programme. Mervyn Wood easily won the race., coasting over the . line 16 lengths in front of place-getters T. Treseder. of Haberfield, and R. Ferguson. / of Haberfield. His time was 8 mins. 37 secs. '' . ^ No Illusions When Evatt was accus- ed of being afraid to meei Wood, he said: "I recog- nise that Merv is the best sculler in the world, and I have no illusions about myself. "Anything can happen in a sculling race, and 1 did not want Merv to see how .fast I can go. 1 will meet him oh the Nepean on December 12." ' Sydney Rowing Club's' senior eight yesterday m...

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

New Broad JnmpMark BRISBANE, Saturday. Australian sprint champion Hector, Hogan set an Aus- tralian broad . jump record in inter-club athletics here to-day. He leapt 25fr-lim to bet- ter the leap of 24ft lOJin which won an Olympic trip for T. F. Bruce, of South Australia in 1948.

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

VISITOR'S SUCCESS FRENCHMAN J. Grinda playing in the junior boys' singles al the White City yes- terday. He beal M Stuart 6-3, 4-6, 6-3.

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