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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Women's Weekly (1933 - 1982) — 17 June 1933

One of the Popular SOFTIES Usually 7/11 We can't keep them in stock, they're so popular! Roll them, fold them—your Softie will not crush, it will still look as smart as ever! For Sports or Informal wear. In white, black, royal, brown, beige, green, and mustard. Smart droop shape with con- trast bands. All head fittings. Remarkably low priced at only SECOND FLOOR FLANNEL Dressing Gowns 22% A Best Seller! Smartly tailored Mannish Dressing Gowns in all wool "St. James" Flannel, with roll collar, belted, and patch pocket. You'll not shiver in one of these, they're so cosy and warm! Saxe, rose, royal, car- dinal or cherry to choose from. All sizes. Priced at only . . 22/6 THIRD FLOOR Shetland Knit Nightie 6/11 Amazingly priced! Soft, finely-knitted Shetland Night- gowns. With long sleeves, "V" neck, belted. In white, pink, blue and eggshell. S.W. and W. sizes. Priced at 6/11. Outsizes, price . . . . 7/6 THIRD FLOOR Flannel Slacks 12/6 Man Tailored Slacks for Sports wear in Suede finish F...

Publication Title: Australian Women's Weekly (1933 - 1982), The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: National, Australia
Jeanette Macdonald Jumper [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Women's Weekly (1933 - 1982) — 17 June 1933

Jeanette Macdonald Jumper In the Jeanette Macdonald jumper which appeared in last week's issue of The Australian Women's Weekly, the following additional intructions were in- advertently omitted. TO MAKE UP Press all well on wrong side with damp cloth and hot iron. Pick up st. round V neck with No. 11 needles and k. 10 rows of ribbing (1 purl, 1 plain). Join neckband at centre front with machine forming V. Press well on wrong wide. Join shoulder and underarm seams and put in sleeve. SCARF Cast on 60 st. with No. 11 needles and black wool. Knit 1st row into back of st. After 3 rows of stocking-st. take   No. 1 wooden needle and knit 1 row- purl back with No. 11 needle. Continue in this manner until 4 rows are com- pleted with large needle. Join white wool and knit 2 ridges. Join red wool and knit 2 ridges.    

Publication Title: Australian Women's Weekly (1933 - 1982), The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Women's Weekly (1933 - 1982) — 17 June 1933

MRS. JOHN BRUNTON, photographed   in her home at Edgecliff Road. Her   father-in-law, Mr. Spencer Brunton,     called his winner of the Metropolitan at Rand- wick Jocelyn, after his daughter-in-law. The redingote Mrs. Brunton is wearing is a chic black and white check, lined with oyster-toned satin; it is just the garment to wear for the forthcoming polo matches.

Publication Title: Australian Women's Weekly (1933 - 1982), The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Why Intellectuals Marry Late! Can't Afford It [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Women's Weekly (1933 - 1982) — 17 June 1933

Why Intellectuals Marry Late! Can't Afford It INTELLECTUAL young people, des- tined for the Professions and other higher forms of work, are dependent for economic support on their parents con- siderably longer than the workman, who usually begins to earn money immedi- ately after he leaves schcol, which he does at a comparatively early age. This point was made by Professor Harvey Sutton in his address at the be- ginning of the week to Sydney Under- graduates. The danger to the development of the best racial types arising from this is that the more socially valuable one is the later one marries, and consequently the fewer children one has. The Professor pointed out that recent investigations in America conducted among women who graduated forty years ago showed that out of one hun- dred there were as yet only eighty chil- dren produced. Moreover, in a certain Australian University, similar investiga- tions were undertaken, and the per- centage was no higher. Professor Sutton concluded...

Publication Title: Australian Women's Weekly (1933 - 1982), The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The VERY Latest Slimming IDEAS [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Women's Weekly (1933 - 1982) — 17 June 1933

The VERY Latest Slimming IDEAS Cunning, Pleasant Menus That Really Reduce You From NELL MURRAY, Representa- tive in Europe of The Australian Women's Weekly. LONDON. THE problem of "slimming without tears" is once more to the fore in London—since Lord Carnock made the staid House of Lords laugh last week by remarking that he had tried the famous orange juice diet for a month, and had never been so miserable in his life! In order to gain the very latest ideas on this topic, which is so very important to women, I have just made a tour of women have been able to reduce their weight by as much as a stone in six weeks by means of this quite pleasant, painless method. It should not be con- tinued indefinitely, only until the desired weight is attained. * * * ONE London society woman who is noted for her trim figure, has worked out a diet system and mode of living that slims her and, at the same time, does not inconvenience her and her friends. Her philosophy is based on the maxim that you ...

Publication Title: Australian Women's Weekly (1933 - 1982), The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Fairy Aeroplane [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Women's Weekly (1933 - 1982) — 17 June 1933

Fairy Aeroplane By PHYLLIS FAIRHALL It was such a hot night. Everyone except myself was asleep. But I felt that I couldn't go to sleep. There was a sort of fairy feeling in the air. But what was that? I felt some- thing pulling at my bed-clothes. I sat up and saw the tiniest little man, I am sure, that ever lived. He was dressed in a suit of green, and a little green cap perched on his head. I could see he was in a very great hurry. "Come, quietly," he said, "if you want a ride in a beautiful fairy aero- plane. I am on my way to see the Queen of the Fairies." I quickly said I would like to go. He then took my hand, and led me to the door. There on the doorstep was a tiny little blue aeroplane. I had no idea how I should get inside of it, PRIZE Card to Betty   Crean (13), Bank St., Wellington. but the moment I touched the plane I felt myself shrinking, until I was the same size as the little man in green. I jumped in beside him, and no sooner had I sat down than the plan...

Publication Title: Australian Women's Weekly (1933 - 1982), The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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iNTiMATE JOTTiNGS Sydney Growers of Orchids [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Women's Weekly (1933 - 1982) — 17 June 1933

INTIMATE JOTTINGS       Sydney Growers of Orchids The article on orchids in last week's issue of The Australian Women's Weekly recalls that notable hosts and hostesses of a decade or so ago made a cult of orchid-growing. Among the most famous of the orchid - growers of that day were Sir Rupert Clarke and Sir Hugh Dixson. With the revival of the fashion for or- chids comes a revival of interest in their culture by garden lovers. Miss Fairfax, of "Ginaghulla," Bel- levue Hill, has been a An orchid from Fred Searl. Photo by Dorothy Welding. steadily successful grower. So has Miss Macarthur Onslow, of Camden Park. Other Sydney growers are Mr. Herbert Solomon, of "Urara," Darling Point; Mrs. E. M. Mitchell, of Neutral Bay, and Mr. H. L. Askey. Lady Luck Add this one to your repertoire of quaint stories of the luck of women punters. Lady Fuller relates that once in Melbourne she was shown a clutch of black and white ducklings, just before sallying fo...

Publication Title: Australian Women's Weekly (1933 - 1982), The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Shoes that show Character Milady's Taste in Footwear [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Women's Weekly (1933 - 1982) — 17 June 1933

Shoes that show Character Milady's Taste in Footwear SHOEMAKERS think there is a cer- tain amount of truth in the modern maxim: "Shoes denote the character of the wearer." "Not so much the quality, or how worn a shoe may be, but its style!" ex- plained a salesman yesterday. Without stop- ping to consider, most people will remark. "Women's shoes are practi- cally all alike. There are no styles to choose between." But this is wrong. There are marty, particularly when buttons, ribbons and laces play such a large part in shoe fashions of to-day. The salesgirl displaying and fitting shoes from one woman to another is an interesting person to watch. Down from the shelves, and out of white boxes, come shoes showing in how many differ- ent ways the finishing touch may be given by a plain fastening, a ribbon bow, or a patent clip. The shoe with the two bands meet- ing across the front of the foot, in a bow, certainly is a pretty, truly femi- nine piece of footwear that would ap- peal to the ...

Publication Title: Australian Women's Weekly (1933 - 1982), The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: National, Australia
India To-day—Y.W.C.A. Lectures [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Women's Weekly (1933 - 1982) — 17 June 1933

India To-day—Y.W.C.A. Lectures SPEAKERS from India, who will en- lighten their listeners on the situa-   tion in India to-day, will give addresses to the Y.W.C.A. on Friday, June 16. Under the auspices of the National Missionary Council, the speakers include Miss Gertrude Becker, principal of the Johnson Girls' High School, Jubbulpore; Miss Speer, Ph. D., principal of the Isa- bella Thoburn College, Lucknow; D. Spencer Hatch, B. Sc., M. Sc. in Agr., Ph. D., director of the Martandam Rural Reconstruction Extension Area; and Rev. F. C. Phillip, MA., principal of St. George's Grammar School, Hyderabad. Rev. J. W. Burton, chairman of the National Missionary Council, will pre- side.

Publication Title: Australian Women's Weekly (1933 - 1982), The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Women's Weekly (1933 - 1982) — 17 June 1933

Grace Bros JUNE SPECIALS   in Bedford Cord With large CONEY FUR COLLAR. Half lined. Shades Brown. Fawn. Lido. Sizes: SSW, SW. W. OS REGULAR VALUE - - JUNE SPECIAL PRICE. And an Extra Special - June Millinery Special HAND MADE FELTS Quite the best value offering in Sydney! All popular colors, in a wonderful variety of styles. Usual keen price 8/11     JUNE SPECIAL - - - - - 7/11 GRACE BROS. LTD. BROADWAY  

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Women's Weekly (1933 - 1982) — 17 June 1933

Beauty     returns   AGEING   FACES   Skin Cream that truly rejuvenates! After 25 years of age (and sometimes well before that), a woman's skin tends to become lifeless, dull, coarse and open- pored. Girlish facial contours sag, lines make their dread appearance. Magnetism and attractiveness are tragically threatened. HOLD YOUR YOUTHFULNESS Let Facial Youth charm from your face the mask that hides the natural loveli- ness that is your real, girlish self. This amazing rejuvenant INSTANTLY takes 6 to 15 years off your appearance! Facial Youth corrects the oil balance of the skin, guarding it against the attacks of changes in climate, weather or diet. These changes, often sudden, throw most skins "off balance"—the result is either excessive dryness or oiliness. Facial Youth keeps the skin smooth, fresh, exquisite; light in tone—soft and appealing. Freckles, small blemishes, yellowness, "brown tinge"and skin-shine instantl...

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WOMAN and HER WORK Worthy Cause Claims Your Help [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Women's Weekly (1933 - 1982) — 17 June 1933

              WOMAN and HER WORK     Worthy Cause Claims Your Help TO provide clothing for those in dis- tress is the purpose of the Lady Mayoress' Clothing Fund. The fund has its quarters in the Queen Victoria Building, in charge of an organising secretary, and committee members give much of their time in making into useful garments any material donated. Large quantities of material and remnants have been donated by various firms. Every inch is uti- lised by careful planning and cut- ting, and many at- tractive and warm children's dresses are made from vir- tual scraps. Left- off clothing is re-made, and the finished article provides for someone a new gar- ment. Assistance is not given without in- vestigation into each case by the so- cieties who share equally in the distri- bution of clothing, such organisations being the Sydney City Mission, Bene- volent Society of...

Publication Title: Australian Women's Weekly (1933 - 1982), The
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FEMINIST CLUB BIRTHDAY PARTY [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Women's Weekly (1933 - 1982) — 17 June 1933

FEMINIST CLUB BIRTHDAY PARTY Birthday greetings took a practical form at the Feminist Club last Saturday night, when members who attended the 20th Birthday anniversary dance of the club presented cheques towards the club funds. The rooms were gay with streamers in red and gold, and the beautiful two- tier birthday cake in green and white, and resplendent with twenty candles, was made by Mrs. Wooledge, the mother of one of the club members. The honor of cutting the cake fell to Miss Preston Stanley, president of the club, who wore a frock of rose pink marocain embroidered in seed pearls. For those who did not care to dance, cards were provided in another room, with Mr. and Mrs. E. Nicholson shar- ing the duties of entertaining. Committee members of the club acted as hostesses for the dance.

Publication Title: Australian Women's Weekly (1933 - 1982), The
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HOCKEY STAR [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Women's Weekly (1933 - 1982) — 17 June 1933

HOCKEY STAR       F. TAMSETT, Goulburn Hockey champion, uses her full length in shooting a goal. Council came into force, embracing practically every State body. This council looks after the welfare of all interstate fixtures, and all mat- ters concerning women's sports. Lady Walder is the president, Mrs. Halse Rogers and Mrs. F. J. Davy vice- presidents, Mrs. Peatfield treasurer, and Miss Margaret Peden secretary. It is contended that the Government   should recognise this council only in matters appertaining to women's sports.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Women's Weekly (1933 - 1982) — 17 June 1933

"Dr. Meyer" ORTHOPEDIC FOR MAIDS & CHILDREN 36DM1—"Dr. Meyer" Children's Darby style in Brown Calf. Sizes and half sizes, 7 to 1, pair only . 16/11 10 OTHER SMART STYLES 36DM4—Mort attractive Children's 36DM5-"Dr. Meyer" Children's "Dr. Meyer" Derbyetta Tie Shoe in Instep Buckle Shoe in Black Patent. Black Patent or Brown Calf. Sizes A dainty style for dress wear, and half sizes, 10 to I. Pair, 16/11 Sizes and } »izes, 10 to 1. Pr. 16/11 S6DM8—Popular school style "Dr. 36DM9—Smart "Dr. Meyer" Frin Meyer" Shoe in Black or Tan Calf. ged Tongue Brogue in Brown Calf. Sizes and half sizes 9 to 1. 16/11. Serviceable style. Maids' sizes and Maids, sizes and half sizes, 2-6, 25/- half sizes, 2 to 6. Pair . . 25/ 36DM10—Neat. attractive "Dr. 36DMI 1-"Dr. Meyer" Monk style Meyer" Derbyette style for Maids Shoe for Maids in Black and Brown in Brown Calf. Sizes 2 to 6, 25/- Calf. Perfect school shoe. 2-6, 25/. Because 9 out ot 10 Children wear the wrong shoes, ANNOUNCE David Jones', wor...

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Big Tennis CONTEST FOR Our TROPHIES Open to all Women Players [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Women's Weekly (1933 - 1982) — 17 June 1933

.Big Tennis CONTEST FOR Our TROPHIES Open to all Women Players Presentation of fifteen handsome trophies to the Combined     Hardcourts Association has been received with the keenest enthusiasm throughout the metropolitan area. The trophies, consisting of fifteen heavy silver cups, have been engraved with a view to further adding the name of the winner of the trophy each successive year. SMALL replicas of the cup will be pre- sented to each winner. The trophies,   together with the replicas, have been greatly admired in the display in Angus and Coote's window in George Street. Reports from the secretaries of the affiliated District Associations are to the effect that the question of award- ing the respective trophies is being discussed with the keenest interest. Mr. M. C. Cracan- thorp, hon. sec. and treas. of the Manly and District Asso- ciation, announces that the Manly trophy will be awarded to "the lady having the best record in the week-en...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Women's Weekly (1933 - 1982) — 17 June 1933

This team comes from Liverpool, and the second in the competition table comes from Blacktown. Hawaiians 44, Shamrock 40, Roxy 36. Hobroyd 32, Coo-ee 32, Arcadians 28, Kellyville, Wattle Blossom 16, Peter Pan 12, Robins 12, Aussies 12.

Publication Title: Australian Women's Weekly (1933 - 1982), The
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Personalities In GOLF [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Women's Weekly (1933 - 1982) — 17 June 1933

Personalities     In GOLF   ROSEVILLE'S associate president, Mrs. A. A. Lang, returned home last week with her three children after a holiday spent at her sister's station home at Holbrook. Mrs. Lang, who is an en- thusiastic motorist, put up a good per- formance, completing the 340-mile journey home in twelve hours. * * * HANDICAP manager of Long Reef Club, Miss Elsie Greenwood, who re- cently underwent an operation for ap- pendicitis, has returned home fully re- stored to health after a month's holi- day recuperating in the Crookwell dis- trict. Associates will remember her fine play last year, when she was runner- up in the club championship. * * * A YOUNG N.S.W. Club associate, Miss Diana Herring, recently created a sen- sation in club circles by being nar- rowly defeated on the 38th green in the club championship. Her opponent, Mrs. Morgan, has been champion for five years, and this is the first occasion on which she has been in danger of ...

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Ironhearts are Unbeatable [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Women's Weekly (1933 - 1982) — 17 June 1933

Iron hearts are   Unbeatable IRONHEARTS won again last Satur- day, and certainly appear to be un-   beatable at basket-ball. Vice-Regal is another good team, but they are not up to the same standard of play as are the leaders. Corinthians and Y. Blues, two new teams, are playing splendidly. Huck- step, captain of the Corinthians team, was outstanding in her play last week.   The Rozelle A. Grade team are inclined   to sacrifice accuracy for speed. If they played a little slower they would obtain   better results. The B. and C. Grade competition is being very evenly con- tested. McLutchie, who played with the Annandale Waratah Cricket Team, is now assistant goal thrower for the Bud- geree team. Jean Clarke, assistant secretary, and ground steward of the New South Wales Basketball Associa- tion, was called upon by her mates of the Corinthian team to play with them on Saturday. By beating David Jones' team last &n...

Publication Title: Australian Women's Weekly (1933 - 1982), The
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SPLENDID CARD WON THE ROBB CUP Robb Cup [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Women's Weekly (1933 - 1982) — 17 June 1933

SPLENDID CARD WON THE ROBB CUP Robb Cup The principal event in golf circles last week was the Robb Cup, an open stroke handicap, held at Moore Park. From a field of 80, Mrs. Keith Wells, of Ryde, won with a splendid card of 96-26, 70. Mrs. Wells is the first asso- ciate from her club to win a big open event. For this effort her handicap has been reduced by six strokes. Miss Jean Kelso, of The Lakes and N.S.W. clubs, who has won the cup on two successive occasions, made a gallant bid from the 12 mark to complete the "hat trick." An excellent round of 85 off the stick placed her in third position, and won the best gross score trophy. The special handicap for players on 30 to 36 marks was won by Mrs. Szarka, of The Lakes. At the conclusion of the competition, Mr. A. Robb, donor of the trophy, was entertained at afternoon tea. Miss Myers, captain of Moore Park, was responsible for the success of the day. * * * Play-off Necessary The bronze medal at Parramatta last week resulted in a tie...

Publication Title: Australian Women's Weekly (1933 - 1982), The
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