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OCHNA SHRUBS ARE PROLIFIC [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

OCHNA SHRUBS ARE PROLIFIC TOURING the week, I've ' been engaged in pul- ling buds and flowers from five Oehna shrubs in my garden. Each is a self-sown plant, a present from neighbors per med- ium of the birds. Why they are there, ls that being tough, they have grown up and adapted them- selves to a hard hot and dry position, mostly N.W. as- pect, where other more desirable "softies" failed. So each Oehna has filled a gap in my foliage lines, which 1 wanted and each has stayed. Eventually Nemesis overtook me in the form of thousauds of seedlings along the fence rows under shrubs and trees, back and front. Seedlings of frustration they are-weeds or worse. An inch of green top has nine inches of so of tap-root to support it. Miss them for a few months and getting them put is a full-sized job. Thcy'lakc weeks of work in a year. Colour Blending Two of these Oehnas in- cidentally, are growing check-by-jowl, each against a Rondelelia. The lovely salmon-pink clusters of the Rondcletia suffe...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NATIVE GEM [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

NATIVE GEM pRIOSTEMON rayo *-J poroides is the name ot a native shrub, a med- ium dwarf bush, which sparkles with all the verve and brilliance of a starry constellation in these Oct- ober days. It is not a bearer ot blooms of distinction. The starry white and pink-backed blossoms are too small for individual attraction. But the masses of them, their cheery opulence and their glitter endear themselves to me. 1 have five bushes placed around in various aspects. They are amiable and tol- erant of soils. A good Eriostemon is strangely like Daphne in its exquisite blossom - cluster moulding. It has been com- monly called Native Daphne at times.

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Native Plants To Give Variety GARDEN SECTION [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

M&ëmM&t® Ta Give WHENEVER I visit a garden of size ot qualify, which docs not contain a wildflower sec- tion, there is a sense of something missing. HHHERE should be some *? corner of wildflowers. lt need not be large, but it should be a place of natural quietness. You can make a retreat, a shady and restful spot under the grotesque limbs of our graceful old Scribbly gums. They are an artistic asset in themselves. A background or sentinel piece of native cypress (Cal- litris columelaris or cupres siformis) sets them off. You can get picturesque effects from Grevillea Banksii and Melaleucas. In and around these, try the really untamed things of many brilliants in season, such as Dillwynias, other grevilleas (spider-flowers), boronias, tetratheca (black eyed Susans), eriostemons, chorizemas, and countless others. All are not easy to ob- tain, either as seeds or seed- lings, but if you search around there are seedsmen and specialists who sell them. The time has come whe...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Mrs. Dale Carnegie Has Words To Wives: HOW TO HELP YOUR HUSBAND GET AHEAD From A Staff Correspondent In New York 'NEVER NAG!' [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

Mrs. ihilm Carnegie HOW TO HELP YOI ll IÍUSS8ANI» GET AHEAD From A Staff Correspondent In New York 'NEVER NAG!' SIXTEEN years ago, an ambitious 49-year-old American named Dale Carnegie wrote a book telling you all about how to win friends and influence people. It won him ra'her more than four air:! a half million friends in forlv-odd countries, influenced uncounted mil'ions more in every corner of the globe, and turned him overnight from an obscure lectnrer-auíhor and genera! "human relations" adviser into a world celebrity. Now his wife, dark haired, 41-year-old Dorothy Carnegie, his partner in the "Dale Carnegie Course in Effective Speaking, Person- ality Development' and Human Relations"-a multi- million dollar world-wide operation which is on the verge of adding Australia to the list of countries in which it operates-has written a book of her own. . It is strictly for the ladies. "How to Help Your Hus- band Get Ahead in His Social and Business Life" (Greystone Press, New York, t...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A PRINCESS CAUSED A RUMPUS IN LANCASHIRE [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

A PRINCESS CAUSED A RUMPUS IN LANCASHIRE From A Staff Correspondent LONDON, October 17.-This week Princess Alex- andra, 16-year-old daughter of thc Duchess of Kent, was launched into an official life and caused a public rumpus. Under the protective eye of her lovely mother, the Princess was initiated into the mystery ordeal and pleasure of a two-day tour of the industrial centres of Lancashire. While most sections of London's Press devoted themselves to prais- ing the sensation caused by the "radiant, smiling Prin- cess", the London "Daily Mirror" produced an angry editorial on Thursday, head- ed "Too Many Bigwigs". They accused the organis- ers of the young Princess's first tour of turning it into a "boss's benefit, rather than an introduction to the people". They claim that workers were left out in the cold while officials and wives shook the Royal hands. According to their view, Right: A ROYAL mother and daughter, the DUCHESS. OF KENT and PRINCESS ALEX- ANDRA, wore identi- cal co...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

I A self-setting curly-cut Cool Wave j FOR ONLY£2W _/ j The smart curly-cut has been perfected -I»/ into a comfortable, casy-to-managç, ' \ \ / self-setting coo! wave by the expert hair J ^^^^^ s,y''sts al Sister Vimard's Salon. I You'll be delighted with the way in / ^öfglls^Stt I which this style falls into soft, deep ' 2,ff|)äSf j waves, so easy io manage you can ^ \^HsM) j arrange them yourself. Mr. Barnard or J'v%>- ^J&Sîf j Mr. Douglas will supervise your Per- ^§fir t manent wave and arc also specialists in fc, ' , J I layer and feather cutting, shaping and TV^./ v\L ¡ styling. ---^iSfz// . A friendly consultation for advice on your ~^¡\ Hair entails no ahtitratioii. j 3rd Floor, 139 KING STREET, SYDNEY

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

Doesn't Baby Bernadette look happy? The reason? Soft, fluffy. Velvet washed nappies, for one thing. "Honestly, keeping 6 children clothed these days takes some doing" said Mrs. Hickey. "But Velvet helps no end!" "Aren't they sweet!" smiled Aunt Jenny. "But they'll have their clothes filthy in an hour" answered Mrs. Wilson. "Just as well Velvet saves us work! It cleans the extra-grimy parts without much rubbing-I suppose that's how things last so long." ?Take the advice of two mothers who kiiowl: Use gentle Velvet for everything you wash. Velvet gives more extra-soapy suds faster and that means less rubbing and longer life to your clothes. Kind to your hands, too. ASK ÍFQH THE BIG ECONOMY BAR V2I0.II3 UNWANTED FACIAL HAIRS No more lone-drawn-out treat- ments. Permanent. Medically proved. This new fast method is what you hoped for. Special convenient arrangements country »nd overseas women. You can bc one with new future. Consultations No Charge. MISS LYNDEL EDWARDS Diploma (Paris-Vie...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

Platypus Power Lawn Mowers Petrol & Electric Models * HIGHEST VALUE" jf/// . LOWEST PRICE #/// ^**«wi*S^iS^i$f3fi h power mowers . -~?<" ? #*&r?.lT5i,*J£ Jí' »nü still the best. ^^/jMißMkm^W ««»de for Australian ' T©WS^W conditions, thousands of '» f4.Â?*îr*^Î^WHf,hl!se "'""ers have been X&ï'ïlWi ^?tfi|»ra^'t-^àâ'ln constant ose for up to ^-~"^'%^*^^?ÄJ^' «en »ears. They do a »up jg«* ^watfli^ifflsr "lau,., Jo|, and stand ur nell to hard usage. ALL MODELS ARE SELF-PROPELLING. Sizes from lîin lo 20ln. Trices from £41/8/- Ktictric; £65/5/- Petrol (inc. lax). .k Paleni cdgc-cuttlng attachments extra * Ball ocarines extra CASY TERMS ARRANGED PLATYPUS TOOL CO. PTY. LTD. Wingello House. Angel Place. Sydney. BI.2I96-2197 VISIT OUR LOVELY DISPLAY NOW CYMBIDSUM5 in -FULI FLOWER Large selection of Award and Show Bench Varieties to select from. CAt-L.a WRITE OR PHONE. Cultivation Notes posted tree. Labels, Compost, tanbark and all your Orchid needs can be obt...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
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Bertha's Bill gives wives a new deal FACT'S Capetown Correspondent [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

Bertha's Bill gives wives i a new deal FACT'S Capetown Correspondent Husbands' wings will be clipped by a bill put through South Africa's House of Assembly by a woman Thc measure is betti known as Bertha's Bill triumph for Mrs. Berth Solomon, M.P. For 12 years she h; fought for legal rights fe women. Bertha's Bill is describe as the greatest reform in th social history of Sout Africa this century. When it becomes law, will prohibit husbands fror abusing marital powers ur der South Africa's trad tional Roman-Dutch law. Took wives' pay 'Jn the past, work-sh husbands have waited oui side women's places of em ployment on Fridays ti collect their wives' pay. Under Bertha's Bill, ¡ husband must get the writ ten consent of his wifi before he can touch he; pay. savings or property. Mrs. Solomon tells of om woman who established Í flourishing business whil< her husband was in prison After his release, b« worked for her for a few days, then sold her business to someone else-as the ...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

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Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A TISKET, A TASKET [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

A TISKET, BASKETS for piafe or plaiter - all colours, shapes and sizes - can be ¡isl as attractive and just as useful as thc basket you carry on your arni. Indeed, you'll be delighted with this new idea. For parties and special occasions, or just to liven up a family meal at home, give your table a festive air by serving the food in a basket. Often' it is a real one, lined with a table napkin, and filled to the .brim with a delicious savoury mixture of chicken pieces, potato chips, meat balls, radish roses, or anything else you fancy. Sometimes it is a savoury basket, made with a crisp brown scone dough, or plain short crust pastry its match- ing handle decorated with leaves and flowers. How To Make It To prepare this basket line the outside of an oblong cake tin with greased. paper and cover with the .thinly rolled dough (you'll need about llb). Prick with a skewer and bake in a mod- erate oven until crisp and brown. For the handle cut a strip of pastry about 2 inches wide, shape, ...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Knit BELINDA BEAR [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

\Knit BELINDA BEAR DEAUTY of this toy is that she's not just a bare bear-although she can bc. A little girl would have tremendous fun dressing and undressing her. There arc woollen panties underneath that smart flared dress, and thc saucy little cap pops on and off. MATERIALS: Of 3 ply fingering, allow 2oz in fawn and small balls in brown, yellow, green, red and blue; 1 pair of No. 9 knitting needles; small pieces of white felt; cotton wool or kapok for stuffing; 2 press fasteners. SIZE: About ll ins. tall. TENSION: ll stitches to 2in in width, and 7 rows to lin in depth, measured over the g.st. using double wool. ABBREVIATIONS: K, knit; sts., stitches; g.st., gar- ter-stitch; st.st., stocking stitch; rep., repeat; beg., be- ginning; tog., together; inc., increase; dec, decrease; in., ins., inch, inches. NOTE: When making the bear, the brown and fawn wools- are used double throughout, but when mak- ing the clothes all the wools are used single. LEGS (both alike). With fawn wool cast...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

MOW, You can safely REDUCE The FIGURE CONTROL CORSET assures roa of flgure lovel ines« with unbelievable comfort. And ii instantly lUms the hips and waist- line. It keens 70a UP, and lt keep« you IN, with balanced con- trol, plus the freedom and health- ful support your figure needs. lt ls So DIFFERENT ! lt ls So FLATTERING! Thc Figure Control Corset has these Improvements: 1. The crossover pull-front: no busks or lacing, and no back opening. 2. Stretch-con- trolled elastic side panels. 3. Sim- plified front fastening; Instantly adjustable for reduction and con- trol. 4. Spiral boning for flexibility and maximum comfort. 7 DAYS TRIAL FOR YOU Try the Pißure Control Corset for 7 days, AT MY RISK, to prove it gives comforting control and sup- port, with flattering slimmer hips mid waist. Call for a free trial fitting, or. If you live away from Sydney, write NOW for a free Illus- tra ted Brochure n-nd Self-measure- ment Form. Mention this paper. Miss Florence Bradshaw FIGURE CONTROL COR...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TAX TROUBLES FOR EX-KIN[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

TAX TROUBLES I FOR EX-KIil CAIRO, Saturday (AAR} Ex-King Zog and cx-Qa Geraldine of Albania m tried in Cairo on charges fraudulent tax evasion, k authorities announced tim The taxation office alles« King Zog has not paid « tax since he came toEgyptf years ago.

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPIDER BITES GIRL [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

SPIDER BITES GIKL A 10-year-old. girl was rushed by ambulance to hospi- tal yesterday after being bitten by a funnel-web spider. The girl, Clemency Browne, was playing in the garden of her home in Rosedale Street, Gordon, when bitten. Royal North Shore Hospital reported last night that ber con- dition was satisfactory. -

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

CARS AND UTILITIES And Tràdcd-ln Used Cars from Private Owners. Also complete range of Sparc Paris (or Holden, Chevrolet, Pontiac and Vauxhall Cars. Ï I N. CALDWELL >> ? Authorised Holden. Chevrolet .mil rniiiuu Dialers. Complete ¡ ? ? "Aflcr-Si'ru'ce" and Warrami Assured ? J Established (ince l'WI ai 4* ? I ALEXANDER STREFI. CROW'S NKST. {? J XFI29I XI'U29 VIM6I2 <? SPECIAL COUNTRY ORDERS SPARE PAR I'S SKRVICE Motor Trade, Car Owners-Immediate Same-Day Returns Air - Post - Rail. PHONES: LA16«0! I.A4882 - WIRE "KINGKOB." SYDNEY. KING & ROBINSON, SG-GO Enmore Road. Newtown - I AI GAO. 108-1 in Parramatta Hoad. Stanmore - I.AÍM74. _RH Oxford Street. Tlrtnitl IM».|1IHI - FYV47 4IÇ. This car has everything you want at a price you can afford-Impressive beaut}', combined with its fine performance, reliability, comfort and economy, stamp it as the finest car in-or near -its price range. The Morris Oxford has all the features of larger, more expensive cars: "Within-...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
That Is Not YOU In The Mirror Special Correspondent [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

That Is IVot ? Iii The Mirror Special Correspondent "W/HAT do you see when you look itt the mirror? You see your idea of you-which is very different from the you that you really are. When you look in you mirror you make a spccia private, mirror face-you tr; to look like thc sort o person you think you are. Take a look at the nex wonjan you see peering intt a mirror. She gazes rathei intensely while she grotesqu ely applies her make-up. She opens her eyes verj wide, moistens her lips, part; t.'icm, sucks in her cheeks and looks as beautiful]) tragic ns she can. Then she walks off, hei stocking . scams crooked powder on her lapels, anil her face set back into it; normal lines. And there is no reasor to suppose that you (and don't behave in the same way. Remember that a mirrot can tell you little, however honestly you look into it. Remember that your view of yourself in a mirror is flat-and that you are three dimensional. Remember that the whole of you includes your walk, your smile, y...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

HI-WAISTER or HI-HI-WAISTER by «0* MM * Vo"bk Diamond FAT. APPLIED FOR 37502-50 U.S. PAT. 2610324. ONLY Hickory's world patented "Double Diamond" principle enables such firm control to be obtained from a fabric so feather-light. Just nive your waist size, ¡t's Comfort over the Counter, you're buyine. The Double Diamond does it Only Hickory gives you high fashion with such comfort! Your Hickory Hi-Waister can't roll over - it smooths and slims you above the waist and the Double Diamonet Fore 'n Aft control keeps you slim coming and going. If you want an even longer torso line, ask for Hickory Hi-Hi-Waister. Both so easy to slip into, too, thanks to the long talon fastener. In nude or while nylon power net. 25 to 32in. waists. Hi-Waister, 85/-; ] Hi-Hi-Waister, 85/-. Available ai your tavourite Corset Salon. j TAILORED AND DISTRIBUTED BY DOWD ASSOCIATES PTY. LTD. IN AUSTRALIA

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Setback For Irish Trainer STAFF CORRESPONDENT [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

Setback For Irish Trainer STAFF CORRESPONDENT LONDON, Saturday. Stewards of the Jockey Club this week decided not to allow any horses trained by Paddy Prender- gast, leading Irish race- horse trainer, to run in England. . Prendergast has more than 70 horses at The Cur- ragh, near Dublin. His colt . The Pieking, winner of the Gimcrack Stakes, and considered one Of the fastest two-year-olds in Europe, left Ireland last week by air for New York. He is running in the £stg.89,000 Park Futurity Stakes at Philadelphia. Ban on Prendergast is a sensational sequel to the Cornwallis Stakes at Ascot on October 10, in which Irish-trained Blue Sail finished second. Other Instances Ascot stewards held an in- quiry and referred the matter to the Jockey Club stewards who had Prendergast before them at Newmarket last week. It is understood they are officially concerned only with the difference in Blue Sail's running over six furlongs in Irleland compared with bis form over a mile at Ascot. But the Jo...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Rio Janeiro In Brilliant Run [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

Rio Janeiro In Brilliant Run MELBOURNE, Sat- urday^-Rio Janeiro finished brilliantly to win the Moonga Handi- cap at Caulfield to-day. Rio Janeiro firmed from 4-1, touching 5-2 at one stage, but-easing slightly to be 3-1 at barrier rise. Hutchinson always had him in a prominent position, being third on the turn be- hind Winmana and Basagno. Hutchinson pulled Rio Janeiro to the "outside, gave him a couple of cuts with the whip, and Rio Janeiro, responding splendidly, had the race won in a few strides. Hy'roanie put in a paralys- ing run wide out to gain second position in a photo finish from Bisagno, who! fought on strongly. St. Light, backed from 10-1 to 4-1 in the "black market." drifted to 5-1 on the cour.r ; St. Light led out at barrier risc, dropped back just be- fore the half-mile, and was coming again without look- ing dangerous on the post. Winmana, a winner last Wednesday, drifted from 9-1 and, after leading at the turn, finished fifth.

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