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Best Of Day BATTING [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953

Best Of Day BATTING I Burke (N Dist) 135 W Yeates (St Geo ) 102 F. Brian (N Dist) 80 L. de Montfort CN Syd) 74 T Brown (W Sub), ret hurt 61 K. Featherston CWav) 61 W Watson <St GeoJ 56 C O'Brien CWav ) 54 K. Beck (Cumb ) 44 J King (N Syd) 41 BOWLING J Clark CPadd ) 7 32 A Fagan CBal ) 6-109 T Callaghan (Mo«) 6-125 K Lang (Banks) 5 50 E Robinson (Manly) 5 75

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Bells Ring The Bell [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953

BellsRini The Belli MILTON, Satnràj, -The Bell famüjw ruinated the Muli , Rifle Club's 700 jti shoot here to-day, Head of the foil, C. BeU, who is apü of the club, won lu a score of 49. His wife, with 4 was second, brál scored eight boH'Hp in windy cowM* and a changing Eg» One of their M Brace, was fifia,T 44, while another»», Alan, also scored H

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE TIGER'S CLOSE WIN[?] . Harbour Sailing [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953

THE TlÔflfl CLOSE WINI . Harbour Sailiäj The Tiger won the Sydney flT« Squadron's Commodore's Handicap on fel Harbour yesterday after a close struggle yftM Diane over the final two miles of the corns« The Tiger beat Diane by 13s with Apex 2m 20s away third. Diane led by lm. 10s from The Tiger at the Sow and Pigs. The Tiger had decreased the lead to five" seconds at Shark Island. Diane still led until passed by The Tiger at Cremorne Point. Approaching Point Piper, Diane had gained the lead again, but towards Shark Island mark, The Tiger went ahead. SYDNEY FLYING SQUAD- RON. - Commodore's Handicap: The Tiger CH. Balkwell), 8m, 1; Diane (A. Johnson), 8m, 2; Apex CL. Heffernan), scr., 3. Then came: Magarita, H.C. Press, Jan, Ace, Jenny Too, Nerang, Sylvia Too. 13s; 2m 20s. RANDWICK.-VJ.: Scot O. Moodie), 1; Slimpy CE. Gamble), 2; Ginger Meggs CK. Purchase), 3. lm 2s; 2m, 45s. ABBOTSFORD. - 12ft Flying Squadron: Hopalong CL. Hopkins), Um, 1; Vivian CH. Ferreira), 4Vim, 2; Katea CKen Tutt...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Herbs For Epicures And Decoration [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953

Herbs For Epicures And Decoration HERBS are culinary specials and among the most useful plants to put in the vegetable gar- den. Some of them if not all, are really, most decor- ative as well and can be grown anywhere. There are herbs with aromatic leaves disturbed by touch, when they give off iheir distinctive aroma. Thyme, Sage and Mar- joram, are very well known in this regard. Then there are Dill, Sweet Basil, Chives. Tarragon, Anise. Carraway and Cher- vil. These are food-improvers in every sense. But they are not easy to obtain. Nowadays," though, there are herb-growers who sell these things by plant or seed. A Garnish Sweet Basil Is highly aromatic and, in addition to being a garnish, is a very desirable garden plant. A few will do for one family use. In other lands Basil is potted and brought inside for winter use. Most herbs do not need much care be- yond watering and culti- vation once they are planted and established. The old claim that poor soil gives better flavour is. ...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953

Famous British Villiers-erujined . motor mower. 14in and I/in f models for horns gardens no» available for immediäli delivery, £96/10/- and til 1/5/-. Easy terms and homi demonstrations arrang«d. ERIC MOORE 81 W.nttfojthAYgm Ml | PACKAGE FURNSTV/?£ Wrrrt frnm (lie Manufacturer) MAKE YnUK OWN G MinF.N FUKNITUItr. AM) SAVÏI POUNDS'. We supply steel frames, timber and bolts ready flfled. Delivered In the Metropolitan Aro (material only); Chair 33/-, Table 50/-, 51 Garden Scat 55/-, Swing with awning £12/10/-, I Rocking Chair 7G/3, Wall bracket 9/6 assembled. PLATYPUS TOOL CO PTY., LTD. ,,, WINGELLO HOUSE, ANGEL PLACE, Sydney. UL21K-S Factory - Anzac Avenue, Ryde.

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953

y ou are Cord'Jlu 3nvited U vWd lL Mkur Wurrau Studio 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Wondau tkrouak Saturday H.CH V,S,TOR m* «CT A^HE^C, ANALYSIS AND SEE AN EXHIBITION OF THE NEWEST |_^OME IN and see the new Arthur Murray Studio, so conveniently located just a few steps from Martin Place. Studios are attractively decor- ated, comfortably aur-condiùoned for cool summer dancing. A picked staff of talented experts, trained by Mr. Murray himself, is ready to teach you the newest, smartest dance steps. Discover how quickly, easily, joyously you can blossom into a splendid dancer, a popular partner. Just a few delightful hours will turn the trick, thanks to Arthur Murray's unique Magic Step method. Visit us this week while we are having our house- . warming. Or phone to make an appointment for your first lesson before our instructors' time is all booked. Phone BL 1114 or come in. Arthur Murray Studio, 350 George Street.

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The POTTS [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953

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Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WALLY and the MAJOR [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953

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Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Prepare For A Planting Programme GARDEN SECTION [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953

Prepare For A Planting Programme By "WARATAH" NOW IS ihe time for the prepar- ation for planting of annuals and" the kitchen-garden. It doesn't much matter whether dahlias, delphiniums, pet unias, heans, beet or lettuce are to be the tenants of the soil. THE overaÄ pattern of preparation is the same. Fertiliser o r manurial needs may differ accord- ing to whether you want leafy-hearts, pods, fruits or flowers. These have been already discussed. It is the depth and the digging that matters just now. There are two distinct methods of soil-building and fertilising. One concerns a general liming, manuring or fertilis- ing of the top soil-layer.. Compost of course, can be used as a complete soil renovator. The way is to dig 5-6 inches, or sliding-spade depth. Put the manurial extras into that area, where feeding roots work. Mix it well. You can loosen the sub- soil a bit with the big garden fork beforehand-if you like. Friable Soil The value of this method is how being disputed by leadin...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PECAN-NUTS PROVE THEIR WORTH [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953

PECAN-NUTS PROVE THEIR WORTH A MUCH neglected tree is Carya olivae formis, the Pecan-Nut. It is a tree of nice form, with molten tones in its Autumn foliage and nuts of good walnut-like flavour. The Pecan is closely re- lated to the walnut, but un- like that rather finicky sub- ject, it is suited to a wide climatic range, from Syd ney's hills to highland and inland. Years ago, a fine avenue of Pecans grew near Goslord Government nursery. That seems to show that they ac- cept coastal conditions. Pecans are not soil-fussy. From Gosford's sand to Wahroongan heavy loam is a wide range. In each they grow and bear prolifically. adding beauty to bounty in their bearing. There is only one draw- back to them as a street tree. Small boys can't resist the temptation of teeming nuts. For a medium-sized gar- den and on the North side of a house, these all-climate deciduous subjects are worth planting. Anything that allows ac- cess of winter sunlight is in- j valuable.

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953

This Spring-* more colours than ewer V/ (Coteja, "S* SELF-SUPPORTING TROUSERS Biscuit . Havana-fawn . Nutmeg-brown . Pastel-teal . Junior-blue Dove-grey . College-grey Oyster-grey . Pacific blue-grey and cream AU the finest of the worlds fabrics are here, in the greatest line-up of new Spring colours ever. Some are sparkling--some subdued every taste u catered for. All the famous Elasta Strap features are here too In fine degree sizes to fit 99 men out of every 100 Marto /^ace-Setter Suits and Sports Coats, too!

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FAST BOWLER CLARK HAS 7-32 . Burke Scores 135 [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953

FAST BOWLER CLARK HAS 7-32 .Burke Scores 135 VIC. EMERY (North Sydney) holds his hand up warningly, but the Petersham fieldsman's dive has missed. Paddington fast bowler Jack 1 Clark and Northern District opening batsman Jim Burke had the best performances in yester- day's grade cricket. Burke scored a brilliant 135; Clark, with seven wickets for 32 runs, caused the collapse of the strong Bankstown batting. The two showed that they have strong claims for Sheffield Shield selection. Clarke finished with 7-32, after eight overs, the first of which were as good as any in grade in recent years. He also had two catches dropped. His figures at one stage were 7-12 and Banks- town was 8-34 at one stage. Clarke played for Queens- land against N.S.W. last year. Bankstown batsmen who had made 6-321 against Randwick in the previous round could not handle Clark's pase and swing in his early overs. His best ball was that which bowled Ron Briggs, one of the State's best openers. Briggs lifted his ...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SCOREBOARD IN GRADE [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953

ISrOIU HOAItl» l\ <.»AIH| University v West WESTERN SUBURBS First Innings T BROWN ret hurt D WASHINGTON b Carney R BOWDEN c McLean b Williamson A STRICKLAND b Thew R NOLAN c McLean b Thew G JACKSON lbw b Thew R FROST b Carnev K EDWARDS c Mackie b Carney A SMITH not out S SISMEY not out Sundries Eight wickets for 227 Bowling 1 Thew 3-72 D Car ney 3-88 I McLean 0-57 K Williamson 1-4 St. George v Mosman ST GEORGE First Innings E LUKEMAN b Callaghan 16 N ALLEN b Callaghan 26 W WATSON c Edmonds b McMinn 56 V MICHAEL b Callaghan 1 B BOOTH c Ford b McMinn 31 W YEATES c Edmonds b Callaghan 102 B CRISTOFANI c Ford b Callaghan 7 R CRISTOIFANI c Hutchi son. b Callaghan 40 E LA IDLER c Dempsey b Edmonds 6 D LUSKIN not out 3 Sundries 15 Nine wickets for 303 Bowline- I Mclnn 2-69 T Cal laghan 6-125 F Edmonds 1 76 K Gulliver 0 l8 Balmain v N. Dist. NORTHERN DISTRICT Pint Innings I BURKE, c Jones b Fagan 135 F BRIAN Ibw, b Pearce J KERSHAW, b Jones J JAGOE c Trueman b Jones 11 V COLLINS ...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953

Would you like good whisky bitter? ^BELCS There's nothing; better than a real old Scotch Whisky Or Is there? If whisky Is really good, made in Scotland, well matured-can one ask for anything- more? We think so You can ask for Just one thing; more-that it should bear the name *BeUV. We have been distilling and blending whisky since 1826 We hope and believe that Bell's Whisky is as near perfection as can be We are one of the few old firms of independent distillers We value our independence It gives us the opportunity to go on making as we have done for some 126 years, the finest whisky our long experience can produce But you. Sir are the man to Judge Buy a bottle of BeU's Old Scotch Whisky. Taste it critically and see if you do not savour that subtle flavour which is Scotch Whisky at its spirited best. 100% SCOTCH WHISKIES DISTILLED ANO BLENDED IN SCOTLAND JfáuJBüMhtJk DistrMitors:

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HERE ARE EGGS GOLDES [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953

HEBE AVIE EGGS GOi.DEIS HERE arc eggs goldilocks, a quick and easy supper or a luncheon dish which has flavour to give zest to the appe- tite. 4 hard-boiled eggs, t cup mayonnaise, salt, pepper, iib processed cheese food, 1/3 cup milk, 8 toast triangles, parsley. METHOD: Cut the eggs in half lengthwise. Remove the yolks, mash and combine with the mayonnaise, and salt and pepper to taste. Fill the egg whites. Meit the cheese food in the top of a double boiler. Gradu- ally add the milk, stir- ring until the sauce is smooth. Arrange the . toast triangles on a chop plate and place a devilled egg half on each one. Pour the hot sauce over the eggs and garnish with parsley.

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953

-IN YOUR OWN HOME! MOST PEOPLE know that Persil beat all other washing powders for whiteness in the famous English Good Housekeeping Test. Now Australian housewives can make this test themselves next washday. Take two white things equally soiled, say a couple of towels, or handkerchiefs, or pillow slips. Wash one in Persil and one in any other washing powder, following the instructions on the packet. One towel will come up much whiter than the other - the Persil one! Yes, you can spot the YES, PERSIL winner -in your own home! WASHES GENTLY %m¿tyaufáejí MRS. H. V. JESSON, President of the Housewives Association of N.S.W., vouches for Persil's gentle- ness. She says, "I've used Persil for many years and have always found ¡t kind and gentle to my clothes." L washes whitest! For the Guaranteed Removal of FACIAL HAIRS CONSULT HELEN DONALD . Written guarantee to refund all fees if hairs return after treatment. 7th Floor, St. James Bldg., 109 Elizabeth Street, Sydney. M3138

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BUILDING RECOVERS Needs Of Finance Will Curb Boom [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953

BUILDING RECOVERS i«. Needs Of Finance Will Curb Boom The building- industry is recovering from a two-year recession, said the executive director of the Building" Indus- try (jongress, Mr. D. Stewart i Fraser, last night. j "But because of the limits of finance, there is no sign of another boom," he said. "The industry is not anxious for another boom, which would only en- courage the racketeers to batten on the homeless community once again. TILES SHORTAGE "The amount of finance available is the key to building progress now, and the only money of conse- quence is from Govern- ment sources. "It is being released with tact, mainly through the Commonwealth Bank. "Some other finance is coming back into the field, but not to any great extent." Output Of Tiles Mr. Stewart Fraser said there was no shortage of building materials, except tiles. But home builders would not be held up for tiles if they placed their orders as soon as their plans were passed and work began. Secretary of the Terr...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Latest Badge Here MOTORING SECTION [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953

latest Badge livre >ioi(mi\(. SKTK^I The completely new Dodge D34 Kingsway Custom model will be on display in Australian showrooms to-morrow. IT has a more powerful motor, shorter wheel base, and has a redesigned body giving a lower over- all height without a reduc- tion in ground clearance or passenger headroom. Greater glass area in- creases driver and passenger vision, and the boot has been enlarged to give 30 cubic feet luggage space. The new Dodge contains more Australian-built parts than previous models. It is the first model to I come off the Adelaide assembly line of Chrysler Australia Limited, since that company spent over £1 million retooling its factory. To suit low-octane Austra- lian petrol the compression ratio of the six cylinder side valve engine has been lower- ed to 6.13:1. Despite the reduction in compression ratio, power output has been increased by four brake horsepower to 101 b.h.p. by increasing the piston stroke from 4 1/16 to 4J- inches. Bore remains 3 3/...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953

The finest colour-gloss finish made for your best work - OUTSIDE AND INSIDE ROB Bl AL AC ENAMEL ROBDIALAC ENAMEL alone contains ESINTH, a secret constituent mado only by Jenson & Nichol- son expressly for use In ROBBIALAC. It Is to ESINTH that ROBBIALAC owes its rare quality ... Its sparkle, vitality, character, toughness and rich glossy beauty ROBBIALAC ENAMEL I* »teamproof and readily washable . . . Ideal for kitchen and bathroom walli. Clean ROBBIALAC at often as you like - you can't hurt (ti Unique amongst paint products, ROBBIALAC ENAMEL may bo used on practically any lurface OUTSIDE AND INSIDE. It it made in 32 delightful tints and colours plus black and, white. All are interminable for variations to suit your fancy . . .. all are long-lasting '. with a richness of glossy beauty unmatched by any other finish. SOLD BY ALL QUALITY V* PAINT STORES. ROBBIALAC in "me, ftttisA / For a perfectly flat effect on any surface, OUTSIDE OR INSIDE, nse ROBDIALAC SUEDE WALL FINISH

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953

À Car for Xmas! AMERICAN BRITISH CARS ART UNION In aid of Northern Suburbs Catholic Building Fund FIRST PRIZE Value £1617 1953 CHEVROLET SEDAN SECOND PRIZE 1953 Vanguard Sedan £.1180 Third Prize-President 8i cu ft Refrigerator .. £179 Fouth Prize-President 5i cu ft Refrigerator .. £149 Fifth Prize-Mulhrd Table Combination Radio .. £57 Sixth Prize-A WA Portable Radiola . £24 TICKETS £1 «Niall Cm books of five) 19,250 tickets only to be sold Drawn 7th December, 1953 .AMERICAN BRITISH CARS ART UNION, 64 Carlotta Street, GREENWICH, N.S.W. Dear Sir, Please allot me.boolt/s.ticket! in the AMERICAN BRITISH CARS ART UNION, for which I enclose the sum of £ and stamped addressed envelope. NAME . ADDRESS ¿PICTURE TIME! and for a!I your PHOTOGRAPHIC REQUIREMENTS THE PLACE TO GO IS C. T. LORENZ For Cameras, Lenses,' Films, Paper, Chemicals, Dark-room essentials, Cine apparatus, 35mm. projectors and all other equipment. C. T. Lorenz has the biggest selection in Australia. FUTURA -35mm. camera wit...

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