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FRISKY Written & Illustrated by "KILLIBINBIN" [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 February 1949

FRISKY_. Written & Illustrated by "KILLIBINB»N" j

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Some Hints About INVESTMENTS By The Finance Editor [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 February 1949

Some Hints About & INVI INVESTMENTS mtmm By The Finance Editor M>M rPHE Treasury has delayed its ?*? announcement of terms for the April conversion loan. Can it be wrestling with temptation? It may be bad economic policy to lower bond rate to 3 per cent., when larger savings are needed to arrest inflation. But what would any borrower do when he has the whip-hand? 1 suspect the market -is being "prepared," by the low yields on the 31 per cents, (as typical issues at the ruling hond rate), low bond turnovers, and few sellers during the past week. More funds for bond subscrip- tions will be canalised into savings banks under the new group scheme. . . . T^UTURE of the exchange rate .*. is cropping up again to un- settle the Barriers and' other silver-lead shares. The elections arc a short-term safeguard. Does anybody think Mr. Chifley would tell border-line country electorates that he, on his own initiative, hurt the golden goose? True, it has been hinted that re-alignment wi...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Barometer Of Week's Share Moves RISES [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 February 1949

A Barometer Of Week's Share Moves RISES Aust. Fishing Ind. .. Auto Totes. Carpenters Inv. (x/r, x/d) .v. Euslon Lead . Hackshalls . Howard Smith .... Millaquin . Rocklea . Zinc Corp. Coolgardie . Oil Search . £22 24/44 31/ 26/6 57/6 ll/l £9* 25/ .6/8 FALLS Last Sale. Bk. N.S.W.£40 J. & A. Brown _ 18/ A. E. Goodwin .. 14/3 A. Hordern' .26/li A/asian Paper ... 32/3 Brück Mills . 28/ Burlington ... 45/ Carroll Musg., pr. . 31/ Consol. Finance ... 6/11 Non-Metallics .... 6/3 Palgrave . 12/3 Swift . 25/ United Prov., pr. .. 27/ Rawang . 7/ HOW LEADERS FARED CLOSING VARIA MARKET TION. Toolh .78/6 A.C.I.56/ b 57/3 s Do. (con.) .30/6 Brit. Tobacco B.H.P. C.S.R. Electro. Zinc. Unchanged Up /9 on buying bid Down /3 Up/6 Up/3 Up 5/ 75/3 b Firm on buying bid 51/9 59/ £611

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TAX EXPERT TELLS Poultry Farmer Is Plucked [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 February 1949

TAX EXPERT TELLS Poultry Farmer Is Plucked .T. A. L. GUNN, the writer of this article, is a well known tax consultant, and author of the standard work on Commonwealth Income Tax. T RECOMMEND "poultry *? farmers to piotect their rights by lodging objections against all future assessments which deny them depreciation allowance for sheds and other structural im- provements. An appeal is being made to the present Board of Review to re- verse a decision given in this mat- ter by its predecessors 15 years -- ago. In my opinion poultry farming is an "agricultural pursuit," and thus entitled to the provisions of the Income Tax Assessment Act, which grants depreciation allow- ances for fences, dams, and other structural improvements on land used for "agricultural or pastoral pursuits." ?After the contrary decision by the Board of Review applied by Taxation Com- missioners since 1934, the English Courts have held that "poultry farming" comes under the termvof "agriculture" used in an Agricult...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WEEK ON 'CHANGE Industrials Displaying Firmer Front [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 February 1949

WEEK ON 'CHANGE Industrials Displaying Firmer Front T^HE market closed with a *? strong front on Friday after steady, persistent, and almost dogged buying support, which pushed up investment share prices fractionally each day. In four days' trading ,the ordi- nary share index improved by only 0.4 point to 181.64. All industrial leaders, however, were firm when the market closed. Jt will be remembered that after the peak level had been reached last year on February 4, the mar- ket fell away to its low point in March. On present market indi^ cations, it seems unlikely that last year's history will repeat itself. ' Dealings in key shares this week were light, and Electrolytic Zinc was not traded at all. Price variations overall were comparatively narrow. Most not- able rises were in Aust. Fishing Industries and Euston Lead. Largest proportionate fall was re- corded by Federated British Engi- neers (con.). Textile shares failed to gain any serious buying support. Applica- tion for a sti...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FINANCIAL REVIEW Why The £1 Is Purchasing Less And Less Goods [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 February 1949

_ Hi I FINANCIAL REVIEW I \- -^^^=-^^-;- . j Why The £1 Is Purchasing Less And Less Goods Why is the Australian £ tumbling in value, and at present paying only for a basket of goods that would have cost 13/9 before the war? The Government is worried about this internal depreciation of the currency, which may go still further. Last week it launched a cam- paign urging private individuals to spend less and build up their savings. By THE FINANCIAL EDITOR _ A SAVINGS campaign, how- ever, will be quite ineffec- tual by itself to arrest the decline in the value of our money, because it docs not at- tack the root causes of the rising cost of living. First, some diagnosis of the symptoms is needed. ' The following table shows the stages by which the £. 1 has fallen ¡n purchasing power since the war began: CUTS IN ¿El's VALUE. s d Sept., 1939-Dcc, 1940 .. 0 10 Year ended Dec, 1941 . 1 4 Year ended Dec, 1942 . 1 6 Year ended Dec, 1943 . Nil Year ended Dec, 1944 . Nil Year ended Dec, 1945 . 0 ...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Graduate Will Marry At College Chapel [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 February 1949

Graduate Will Marry Al College Chapel The wedding of Miss Heirn j Parry, who has just finished thoa Diploma of Social Studies course 1 at Sydney University and Mr. Peter Murray, an engineering! graduate, will take place at the St. John's College Chapel at the University on February 12. Miss Parry is the youngest daughter of Dr. and Mrs. E. K. Parry, of Temora, and her fiance is the eldest son of the Trade Commissioner for Australia in New Zealand, Major-Gcner.il J. J. Murray, and Mrs. Murray. Major-General and Mrs. Murray returned to Sydney from Welling- ton recently, Miss Parry, who is visiting her family at Temora, will return to Sydney with her parents on Wed- nesday, and stay at the Carlton Hotel until the wedding.

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TWIN SONS CHRISTENED [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 February 1949

TWIN SONS CHRISTENED pAUL and WYCLIFFE FAIRFAX, Uoin sons of Captain and 1 MRS. JOCK FAIRFAX (centre) were christened at St. John's Church, Darlinghurst, yesterday, and a party was held in the Combined Mess of the 2nd Field Engineer Regiment, R.A.E., Moore Park afterioards. With the. babies and their elder brother, DAVID, aged two, are MRS. JOHN HOWE (left), MR. W. A. CROSSLEY and MRS. CHARLES ABRAMS.

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 February 1949

tozDOM®wmm&$m?wmmf METICULOUSLY TAILORED SUIT More i ry I c worknnnship mil ml VALUE in one suit linn > ou II find ans here else ni ilio price Sn irt warm and finely nllorcä vilth a skirt plcntcd all the »ay round perfectly flttlns «hoildcrs and attractive pocket» Choose (mm Light T-wm Dark Fawn or Donkey Drown SSW SW \\ PRICE, £8/15/6 ¿"I I iii 'tcctplerf SWAGGER SMART AND DISTINCTIVE Sol ii, i powder pun" »a corner fireplace luxurious a' a million dolh s - that s EiisIKh Alpaci Newly imported and f arnmccd 100 per cent p re Alpaca Hool li s escitlng In Its fashion slsnlflcin c when modelled Into thl< l)c»un coil '.lili dashin* ci fTs ruins Coll r in I Ide «ivlnclns bick Choose from hides of Tiwn Na\y Grey xssw ssw s\\ w PRICE £15/18/ TAKE ADVANTAGE OF FEBRUARY SUBSIDISED PRICES Let jour new seasons Oi mour coat be of English p ire Alpaca - soft warm and cscliinply different Pcrfccllv nllorcd with \s de scillopcd revers pitch pockcLs " skirl ri[ .fulsrorps .."...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 February 1949

NEW RECORDINGS BY RAWICZ & LANDAUER PIANO-DUETTISTS Caprice Italien, Op. 45 (Tchaikovsky) DO3208 Pizzicato Polka (Strauss) Tritsch Tratsch Polka (Strauss) .DO3209 Casse Noisette Suite (Tchaikovsky) D03232 . Snowflake» (Rawici) Serenade (urdla) .D03233 . Valse in E, Op. 34, No. 1 (Moszkowski) D03237 Troika (Tchaikovsky) Golliwogs' Cake Walk (Debussj) .... D03238 . Tales from the Vienn« Woods (Strauss, arr. Rawicz & Landauer) .... DX1457»t Gypsy Airs ( Zigeuncns eisen ) (Sarasate, arr. Rawicz A Landauer) ... DX1513«t . To b« released shortly, i Imported Records. Watch for further release» FROM ALL A nwsic STORES COLOMBIA Tht fineif Name en Record COLUMBIA GRAFHOPHONB (AU8T.) FTT. LTD.. HOMEBUSH, tfJt.X

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SOCIAL NEWS AND GOSSIP Request Numbers From Night-Club Bands [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 February 1949

I SOCIAL N EWS AN D GOSSÍP-] Request Numbers From Night-Club Bands MR. TED HALL and his 11 pretty -partner MISS JAN SOLOMONS, at Prince's. A WHITE eyelet cotton ballet ina frock ivas worn by MISS v PAM ALLSOPP when she danced at Sammy Lee's with MR. BOB MCPHILLAMY of Nerreman, Forbes. Right: A T Prince's last night, MISS n MARGARET BROWN HILL, of Beaudesert, Mudgee, and MR. BINKS MACK, of N Narromine. Right: MISS MARGARET WADEN, who recently arrived from her home in Taviuni, Fiji, to begin nursing at the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, dined and danced at Romano's with MR. DAVID FLEMING, of Rusaley, Aberdeen. ASKING the band at Sammy Lee's for a request number were MISS DIANA CALDER and MR. BILL DOUGLASS whose mother, Mrs. Herbert Douglass and brother, Mr. Gordon Douglass are in the Orcades en route to England, Miss Calder wore a ballerina frock of stiffened- blue mar- quisette printed with pink flowers. Left: Dr. KENNETH BARDER, of Darling Point, and MISS ANNE FITZGERALD, dined and d...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 February 1949

' MARK FOY'S, LIMITED, LIVERPOOL STREET, SYDNEY. 'PHONE: M6509 57' Firs! Floor mité (mmmj iùulb ô^<A (h 'd Jmiiïtm ty kûûi If you tend to be shorter than average, begin your figure beauty with a smooth, gently controlling front lacing corset by Gossard. Nude-toned broche, 24 to 30m, 57/-, Wear with it a broche and lace Gossard brassiere for smooth support, 34-32, 12/6. Tall, average figures achieve beautiful lines with this Gossard corselette in lightly boned broche, star- , embroidered, garnished with lace. 35-42, 57/-. %a Mrs. Abby White will be in attendance in the Corse! Salon all this week for fitting and advice. ftoft* Neat and Sweet.. , Little Hats with huge charms CREATED BY J Ï Two ¡tallering shapes 32 6 'n ^le snu9-/''fm9 oche ,r s JAYBEE" (Salon Second floor) These hals are available tn those colours i Black navy red, grey gold beige mystic blue while, brown olive pink. .21'- v/ / WO ¡rom an c\lcnstve ranaa of knitted brushed mool Tams suitable ¡or any age /usl...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THREE SISTERS MEET AGAIN [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 February 1949

THREE SISTERS MEET AGAIN "1 DIDN'T sleep all night *? cither," Mrs. Balfour Morgan told her sister, Miss Mary Clark, when she met her on the Esper ance Bay yesterday morning. "1 was up at three to set the table and lay out my best china and lace cloth. Balfour said, 'Glory, why the fuss?' but I told him, "it's her day, a'nd she'll have ¡he best.' " It was the first time the sisters had met since Miss Clark re- turned to their native Rutherglen, Scotland, for a short visit 12 years ago. The Misses Clark carne lo Aus- tralia 26 years ago lo visit (heir sisier, Mrs. J. Henderson, who had migrated to and married in Brisbane in the late 1890s.

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PIANIST RETURNING [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 February 1949

! PIANIST RETURNING ! JYfARGARET SCHOFIELD, ' Melbourne pianist, who has , been for two years in London, . where she played regularly on the ! 13.B.C. programme, is returning to Australia in the Stratheden. I In private life she is Mrs. D. Cochrane; her' husband has ob- tained his degree of Doctor of Philosophy at Cambridge Univer- sity, and has i been appointed senior lecturer in economics at Melbourne University. Miss Scho field's studies have been super- vised by Solomon.

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Steel Mills In U.S. On Mettle From Our New York Office [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 February 1949

Steel Mills In UlS. On Mettle ' Frow Our New York Qffice 'T'HE American steel industry has been "on its toes" since President Truman suggested that the Government could, perhaps, build steel mills if demand could not be met. Spokesmen for the industry have been seizing every oppor- tunity recently to tell the public that steel supply is near the point where it will be able to take care of demand. Implicit in? all their announce- ments is the message: "Industry can provide for the nation's steel needs-let the Government keep out of it!" Production last week was at the record yearly rate of 97 mil- lion tons, and Pittsburgh manu- facturers reported that demands were "reaching a plateau." A factor which has changed the steel-makers' tune is President Truman's reference to steel pro- duction in his State of the Union message oh January 5. President Truman did not actu- ally threaten to take over the steel industry, but suggested that Con- gress should give him authority to investigate t...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 February 1949

HENDERSON'S Featuring in our famous Navy and Black Fabrics Section on the Ground Floor These and dozens mora available CREPE LUXOR 6/10 Special v-iltie! Hue quality crepe wilh a sofl silky appearance Delicately corded Ulack and navy 36 Inch BASKETMOSS Your favourite moss crepe with n subtk little basket »cave eff cet overall Black and navy 36 inch 107 36 inch CLOQUE 14/2 Luxurious claque cn riched with embossed designs in self Very Rood looking Mick and mvj 16 Inch MOSS CREPES Richly appcaranccd moss crepe of the choicest qinlitv Dnpcs hcwtifulh Black and imy 36 inch 17/6 MATALASSE Mataliisse cinque an exquisite fabric offer fng in Ihrcc exotic cm bossed designs Black and nav) 36 inch MA IL Add voftaa« 1/3 A'n CO D s - Paticrn» HENDERSON'S SATIN BACKED 7/ Cool medium weight for summer comfort Dclustrcd crepe with a gleaming satin back Black navy 36 inch 42 inch ROMAINE Sheer lerscy romaine ol superfine texture Light, cool and wider than usual Jet black only 10/9 54 inch SATINS 16/10...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE WORLD OF WOMEN In The Sun And The Sea At Palm Beach Yesterday [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 February 1949

© THE WORLD OF WOMEN In The Sun And The Sea At Palm Beach Yesterday WEEK-END visitors to Palm Beach, MR. WARWICK   FAY and MISS MARDI BUR- GESS. Miss Burgess' swim- ming costume was of red and white striped seersucker. . MELBOURNE visitor, MISS 11 ANNE CARO, and MISS PAM HARBISON, of Tumut (right), who are staying at Palm Beach, with MISS BEV- ERLEY COLES (centre), at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. K. F. Coles. ^Top: MISSES HELEN BENNETT, 1 l JILL SOLOMON, CORAL COLES, and. BARBARA BEN- NETT, with their rubber "shark", in the surf at Palm Beach, yesterday. A4R. ADRIAN GRAY with MISSES BETTINE and MORNA WHITE, who ore spending a holiday with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. White, of Belltrees, Scone, and their sister, Miss Primrose White, at their Palm Beach house. Both sisters are wearing cotton sioimsuits which Miss Morna White bought in Honolulu when she was returning from her recent tour abroad.

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 February 1949

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Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Pipers An'A' At Wedding [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 February 1949

The Pipers An'A' At Wedding 'TWE stirring skirl of bagpipes \ resounded in Macquarie Street last night when about 20 pipers piped Mr. Allan Liddle and his bride, formerly Miss Audrey Stewart Samuel, from St. Stephen's Church, after their marriage. The pipers were members of > the Cunningham Marrickville Pipe Band, of which the bride gioom is also a member. The band led the cars in which the bridal party left to go to the icccption, for a block along Mac- quarie Street. The bridegroom, younger son of Mr. and Mrs. G. Liddle, of Marrickville, his best man, Mr. Harry Dunbar, and the bride's uncle, Mr. Roy Stewart, who gave her away, all wore the kilt of Royal Stuart tartan. The bride is the eldest daughter of the late Mr. Samuel, and of Mrs. M. Samuel, of Tempe.' Mis. J. Geldart was matron of honour, and the bride's small sis- ters, Decima and Lesley Samuel,. weie flower girls. Rev. Alexander Tulloh per foimcd the ceremony. Mr. Arthur Kelly pcrfoimcd a sword dance at the reception, w...

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