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Final Open Scores [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953

Final Open Scores 278- N von Nida, 66, 74, 73, 65 280: P. Thomson, 71, 70, 68, 71 286: O. Pickworth, 74, 69, 72, 71 290: K Nagle, 75, 70, 72, 73 292- R S Brown, 72, 72, 74, 74 294: E Crcmin, 73, 73, 73, 75, L. A Duffy (a), 72, 75, 75, 72 295: D Bach» (a), 72, 71, 80, 72. 296- F Phillips, 74. 69, 76, 77, J. S Moran, 72, 75, 73, 76 \298- J Harris, 71, 75, 74, 78, J S Mcinnes, 77, 73, 73, 75 299: E. Wishart (a), 70, 72, 76, «1 300- W J Clifford, 77, 75, 71, 77 V S Billings, 76, 75, 76. 73 301. P A Toogood (a), 76, 77, 71, 77, H Mitchell, 77, 76, 73, 75 303: D N Denchcy, 71, 82, 74, 76 W A Edgar (a) 76, 74, 75, 78 E N Naismith, 77, 73, 76, 77 304: J Collins, 73, 74, 83, 74, B Huxtablc, 79, 74, 77, 74, A Whykes, 77, 75, 77, 75, W Hol- der, 77, 75, 77, 75 305: V S Richardson, 77, 73, 77, 78 306: R H Smith, 75. 73, 79, 79; L J Wilson, 76, 75, 76, 77 307: R L Bull (a), 80, 71, 80, 76, W A Higgins (a), 77, 76, 80, 74 (a) Denotes amateur.

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WELTER HANDICAP, 7¼f [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953

WELTER HANDICAP, 7if Big. Hone. 6-4 Sky Hawk. 10 Splendour 50 Spearbold 9-4 Feierest 9 Forbidden 40 Holbrook , 12 Eagle Prince 200 Beau Alii 12 Barnaby 25 Beau Caste Car. P.P. Fin. Jockey Running , _ . _ _. Moora-4th when going, took lead soon afterwards and held winning advantage at home turn. Not troubled m run down straight. 7 7 5 2 W. Toohey-Raced in 7th place to home turn, finished full of run- ning without troubling winner. 8 0 3 3 R. Reed-8th to home turn, made _ up a lot of ground in run to post. , * 8 7 11 4 D. Munro-6th at Vim, 3rd turn. 8 1 8 5 K. Davis-5th at Vim, 4th turn. 8 2 10 6 E. Doon-4th at Vim, 6tb turn. 8 0 7 7 A. Ward-9th from 6f to turn. 8 0 1 8 J. Eaves-Last from 6f to turn. HA i. Q W. Camer-2nd from 61 to turn. S. Cassidy-3rd at Vim, 5th turn. Dividends: Win, 12/6; place, 6/3, 17/6, £2/1/3 Double (AU' »STfe ¿ífiTÍ äMwTÄ F&9ÏOA ¡ 22T t U 'lO.(ohSto for third).- Scratcbeds Lord Craft'Spanish Kïiuowa^: Savta. 51b; Toohey, ,71b -Overweight: Doon. 9b. Sky...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NEWCASTLE RACES [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953

I NEWCASTLE it A4 ES - 3-Y.-0.~ MAIDEN HANDICAP, 4ViiV-NEWTOWN BOY, 8-9, car. 8-2 (N. Swadling), 1; SCORNAL. 7-7 (C. Deamer), 2; XADY GAEK WAR, 8-0, car. 8-3 CR. James), 3. Others: Swift.Kid, 8-0, ear. 7-7 0?. Gumb); Pearson, 8-0, car. 7-7 CR.- Condon); Ilkeston, 7-13 CD. Weir); Miss Jambo. 7-9 (W. Clemens), BETTING: Even Lady Gaekwar, 6-4 NEWTOWN BOY,, 7 Ilkeston, 14 Miss Jambo, 16 Scoroal, 25 Swift Kid, Pearson Divs.» Win,' 13/6; place. 6/9, £1/7/9. 6 len.. Vi len. Time, S3VÍS. Scr.: Edelweiss. FLYING- .WELTER HANDI- CAP, 7f.-=GOLDEN WEDGE, 8-8 CR. James). 1; CORAL SON. 8-7 (C. Deamer), 2;- TRY AGAIN, 8-0 CD.. Edwards), 3. Others: The Dozer, 8-3, car. 7-12 CN. Colvin);' Gay Drift, 8-1 CK. Clement); Atinos. 8-1, car. 7-11 O. Miller). BETTING: 10-9 Coral Son, 6-4 GOLDEN WEDGE, 7 The Dozer, 10 Atinos. 20 Gay Drift, 33 Try Again. Divs.: Win, 12/9; place, 7/9, 6/3. 3 leo., 2V4 len. Time, lm 28s. MAIDEN HANDICAP, Im. EDELWEISS, 8-7 CD. Weir), 1; DENIANCE. 7-8 * a. Billen), 2; PEN TROUT,...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953

'ERRE KAATEN, ioho enter to drinks before going to the at the A.CJ. Ballroom last ZARA ST. CLAIRE (right). VRIGHT and MR. JIM N1VI <7iong the guests entertained »erre Kaaten before the ball. ROYLE, president of the of the Sydney Legacy Club, ?t of the club, MR. BRUCE >. EDITH DAVIDSON at the last night at Legacy House. MRS. JIM NIV ISON and MRS. DOUGLAS HY LES were among the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sverre Kaaten, whose dachshund, Sonny, wanted to join in the party too. Below: MR. W. SCOTT, chairman of the committee which arrang- ed the party held last night at Legacy House in aid of the Moss Vale Holiday Home. e, MR. JOHN lieh was given >,rt Latham, of

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FLYING HANDICAP, 6f [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953

l^YIfVá, HANÖICAP, 6f Car. PJP. Fia. Jockey. 7 3 «932 Running. . N. McGrowdie-2nd to move, dropped back to 5th from Vi mile to home turn. Finished well on outside of field, to take lead nearing post L. Davis-3rd to Vi-mile, took J ' slight lead turning into straight. Challenged by winner at distance and ndden desperately to miss narrowly. 8 13 3 3 A. Thompson-Raced in 4th place to straight entrance. Made up a little ground In run fo post. ' . 7 S 9 4 W. Camer-Led at Vi-mile, 3rd at turn, lene 7 3 6 5 H. Welch-6th to home turn Ute 7 9 1 6 H. Hanley-2nd from Vi-mile to - - - . turn. 7 2 7 7 A. Clark»-Last all the way. £1/16/9; place, 13/, 5/9'. Double (Grand Vite Betting order: 6-4 on Iroquols, 5-2 v Regoli, 7 VERSHER, 25 Dynamite, 100 Brunadene and Bexley. Fluctuations: Iroquols, 4-7, 8=13,-4-6; Regoli. 2,' 11-4, 5-2; Versher. 7. 10. 7; Dynamite. 20, 50, 25. Neck, len. Time, lm 12s Started 3.1. Judge's numbers:. 6, 1, 2. Scratched: English Standard, Hans. Allow- ances: Davis 51b, Cla...

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2nd ASHBURY STAKES, 6f [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953

2nd ASHBURY STAKES, 6f Big. Horse Car. P.P. Fin. Jockey. Running. 11-4 Krakatoa 8 2 17 IG. Moore-10th early, 12th passing . Vi mile, 8th coming to home turn. Finished, brilliantly on rails* to take lead inside final Vif. then just won. l-l Rapid River 8 8 8 2 A. Ward-9th early, 6th from Vi mile to home "turn. Finished full of running on outside of field to miss narrowly. 7 7 6 3 K. Davis-Jumped clear as bar- rier raised and piloted field into straight. Hung on well in run to post. 7 5 5 4 A. Spooner-5th at Vi mile. 4th turn. 5 H. Welch-2nd to home turn. 6 W. Toohey-10th at Vi mile, 11th at turn. 7 7 19 7 W. Camer-Closest at finish. 7 7 20 8 R. Faux-8th at Vi mile, 7th turn. 7 7 4 9 E. Conroy-Badly placed at turn. 7 4 21 10 A. Whiteman-9th at Vi mde, 12th at turn. 250 Penny Whistle 7 12 10 11 R. Buckley-14th at Vi mile, 15th at turn. .- N. McGrowdie-4th at Vi mile, 7 7 3 12 3rd At turn. 8 0 22 13 T. Hill-7th at Vi mile, weakened. 7 12 l8 14 W. Wade-3rd at Vi mde. 5th turn. 7 1 1 15 B...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
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CANTERBURY PARK HANDICAP, 1m 1f [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953

CANTERBURY PARK HANDICAP^ Im If Big. Horse. 3 AU Jeep Car. P.P. Fin. Jockey. Running. Pondlcherry 7 12 11-4 Captain Theo 8 2 6 14 Gentleman's Agreement 7 1 16 Battle Step 7 10 G. Moora-4th early, 6th from mile to Vi-mile, 4th turning Into j straight. Finished gamely on out- side of field to take lead inside final Vif. 8- 0 3 2 B. Phillips-3rd early, took lead -?_ at mile, and led to final Vif. then passed by winner. 3 S. Cassidy-2nd to move. 3rd from mile to post. Hung on gamely. 4 N. McGrowdle-2nd from mile to turn. 5 A. Ward-4th at Vi-milè, 5th at turn. 8 6 K. Davis-Last from mile to turn. 7 W. Camer-5th at Vi-mile, 6th at turn. ' Dividends: Win, -19/3; place, 9/9, 19/9. Double (Krakatoa All Jeep): £3/7/. Betting order: 11-4 Captain Theo, 3 ALL JEEP, 4 Ehrbar 11-2 Tossing, 6 Pondlcherry, 14 Gentleman's Agreement, 16 Battle Step. Fluctoationsi Tossing, 11-2, 7. 5, 11-2; All Jeep. 9-4, 2. 3; Captain Theo, 5-2, 7-2, 11-4; Pondlcherry, 4, 13-2, 6; Ehrbar, 6. 4. Vi neck, IVi Jen. Time,...

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SALE OF LAND [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953

SALE OF LAND Eleven blocks on Pente- cost Highway and Merrivale Road, Pymble, have been sold at from £700 to £1,525 by Hardie and Gor- man Pty. Ltd. in conjunction with A. S. Colwell and Sons, for the Kuring-^ai Municipal Council. I

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953

Foy's bring you MAXINE MORGAN Miss Australia who was placed fifth in the fabu- lous Miss Universe Beauty Pageant at Long Beach, California. SEE THE PERSONALISED PARADES on the First Floor all this week. Come and hear Maxine interviewed by Hickory's Miss West Australia (Judy Stenberg). Come and see how to wear the sensational HICKORY 3 DIMENSIONAL BLOUSE BRAS that give graduated separation of bra cups for the first time in Australia. PARADE TIMES: Monduy to Friday Saturday next 11, 12.15, 12.45, 1.15, 1.45, 2.45. 10, 10 30, 11. Illustrated from left: Hiclcoiy Dura not Sirdla with no- Hiclcory All in one with lora nat Hickory Diamonet Girdle in nylon roll waistband 24 to 30 , 78/6 side sections elastic satin front power net. 24 to 31", 45/-. M3 100 Bra in cotton, satin or nylon, ond back panels Double nylon Bra in cotton satin or nylon A, A BCD cups 32 38 ', from 29/ marquisette bust cups 32 to 38 ', B, C cups 32 36 \ from 27/6 99/6 MARK FOY'S LIMITED, LIVERPOOL STREET, SYDNEY. M 6509...

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Terms For Japan [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953

Terms For Japan The GATT announce- ment following Japan's admission says in part 'The contracting parties are desirous of associating the Government of Japan with their discussions and deliberations. "A number of contracting parties agree by a declara- tion of October 24, 1953, that pending the accession of Japan following tariff ne- gotiations, their commercial relations with that country shall be governed by the prin- ciples of the General Agree- ment. 'The said declaration re- quests the contracting parties to perform certain functions comparable in nature to their functions under the General Agreement. "The contracting parties decide: "1. To invite the Gov- ernment of Japan to parti- cipate in sessions of the con- tracting parties and of sub- sidiary bodies established by the contracting parties. Approval "2. To accept, such func- tions as are necessary for the operation of the declar- ation referred to in the pre- amble to this decision. "3. That this decision shall take effect...

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Churchill's Prize [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953

Churchill's Prize TIio Swedish Ambassador, Mr. Gunnar Hngglot (left), congratulates Sir Winston Churchill at 10 Downing Street. London, on being awarded the Nobel Prize in literature.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953

you Beauty's Vital 3rd Dimension I Separation iona . . . # . *, y: It gives You the figure of a professional model Aí L Vital 3rd Dimension SEPARA TION . OUNDED LOVELINESS for Spring .M agii Inset for PERMANENT UPLIFT <.-... /N -L or JUST RIGHT, there's a Hickory for you Only Hickory Bras let you choose your own separation What degree do you prefer? they're all tabbed in inches iw blouses this Summer with the figure of a professional model. Hickory Bras are made to suit every new blouse neckline. ^sS^'^V ^ With this type of blouse wear Hickory 3-Dimensional cock- tail bra 113 in satin or cotton. AA, A, B, C, 30-38in; Nylon AA AB, 30-38Ù1. From 27/6. With this type of blouse ? wear Hickory 3-Dimensional bra 262 in satin with nylon honeycomb upper bust section. A, B, C, 30 38in, 35/-. With this type of filmy nylon blouse wear Hickory 3-Di- mensional bare shoul- der, long line bra 108 in snowhite cotton. B, 32-3 8in, C, 32-40in, 36/-. With this typev of blouse wear Hickory 3...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953

WANTED Tenanted Houses and Shops Sales Completed Every Day Specialty Selling WÏLLM0RE& RANDELL Real Estate Agents Ile CASTLEREAGH STREET. BW4411. After Hours, FU8034 DAVID JONES' Miss B. Holdsworth Mr. Kevin Walsh i . Expert fitfers at DAVID JOKES' Selby Shoe Week SAYS YOU CAN'T FOOL YOUR FEET ( ri Your own feet know bad fit, instinctively. Selby's topline experts ^^á^^^^^^^^p ^-^ know perfect- fit, scientifically. To-morrow and all week, they'll ^ ^<i^^^^^^^^^^ . be in our Shoe Centre. They're perfectionists. They guarantee ^^M^^^UMÍÉ^^^ ^B'fír comfort for the life of a Selby shoe. They're infallible in adapt- ^^«Si^ggP5^ Kw ">> ing a fashion to your own feet. Let the experts check your Sfß -<^ fitting and correct shoe type this week at David Jones1. "Gaynor," Patenf/mesh, 98/- rjp WE SHOE CENTRE ON THE FOURTH FLOOR, DJ's ELIZABETH SJREET STORE ~<

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THE NARROW DRESS FOR SUMMER [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953

THE NARROW DRESS FOR SUMMER THE dress of the season is all length and no width. It is sleeveless, its skirt a discreet peg-top, its neck low, its scams ver- tical or diagonal. It is easy to make, but needs careful fit- ting. Try it in pure linen, shantung or knobbly finished cotton tweed, and consider a few individual varia- tions: . Make it to button through all the way down the back, in- stead of down the front. o Add a sleeveless waist-length cardigan jacket of the dress material or a full Icngth sleeveless coat (in a light colour over a dark dress). . Bind its edges with a narrow strip of satin, or give it a "shirt-front" of tucked white linen.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Too Chilly On Beaches [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953

Too Chilly On Beaches Very poor crowds were on most beaches in Syd- ney yesterday because of the cool winds. Cronulla had two shark alarms in the early part of the afternoon, but there were few people in the water and no one was in danger. Most Tamarama visitors were kept out of the water by hordes of bluebottles.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A HERO WRITES IN A NON-HEROIC WAY [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953

A HERO WRITES IN A NON-HEROIC WAY LONDON, Saturday (A.A.P.).-A New Zealand journalist in London, Alan Mitchell, has collaborated with test pilot Neville Duke in Duke's story of his ex- ploits, 'Test Pilot." One of Britain's veteran airmen, Lord Brabazon, of Tara, in a review of the book, says: "It is all told in such a non-heroic way that it might be a game of cards. "It is nothing short of breath-taking. "Good reading every word of it. 'The interest is maintain- ed throughout, and the un- assuming lovable character of the hero of the book comes through unspoilt by any 'line shooting'."

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953

Diamonds exquisitely set . . . See our large range of diamond engagement and wedding rings »ne others. BuxtfottU There's a large range of sapphires to choose from. Call in and ma your selection. 112 Market St., Sydney.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Unlicensed Owners Blitz Soon On Radios [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953

Unlicensed Owners Blitz Soon On Radios Officiais of the P.M.G.'s Depart- ment are planning a blitz on the owners of unlicensed radios. t A spokesman for the department said during the last blitz-in November last year-the number of renewals and applications for licences increased by 500 per cent, in one week. The spokesman said that 13 inspectors were checking on radio licences all the year round. Last year, 2,691 persons were prosecuted for having unlicensed radios, and fines amounted to £8,118. In the last three months more than 200 people had been fined in N.S.W. Throughout Australia 147,000 radios were checked for licences last year. The spokesman said that radio dealers were required by law to notify the depart- ment of the names and i addresses of all people who bought radio sets. "We therefore have an | infallible check on default I ers," he said. "For example, the latest figures, for August, showed that 16,586 radios were sold in Australia." Day and Night "Our inspectors work...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Safe And Sound Trapped Galah Rescued [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953

Safe And Sound Trevor Way, 9, of Herne Bay, receives an affec- tionate peck on the ear from his pet galah after It bad been rescued yesterday. Trapped Galah Rescued An unknown youth yesterday climbed an 8f>foot gum tree at Herne Bay to rescue a pet galah that had been trapped there since Wednesday. Police had arrived to shoot the galah, whose leg chain was wound about a branch. The youth said that he had read of the galah's plight and thought that he could save it. Reward Refused The youth would not give his name or accept a reward from the bird's owner, Mrs. J. Way, of Herne Bay Housing Settlement. Mrs. Way said that the galah had not suffered greatly. She calmed it with an extra plate of seed.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953

Beard Watson's lowest priced lounge suite 3 PIECE LOUNGE SUITE from only £46'6'0 single chairs and settee may be purchased separately This attractive suite is made in Beard Watson's own factory and \i available in many beautiful modern coverings. Strongly constructed* it has deeply-sprung seats and bent arms in a natural finish. Sea our wonderful range of low-priced modern lounge furniture on tho fourth floor, and the matching occasional pieces on the first floor* round coffee table in natural maple colour. 24in diam.£4/19/2 [ TERMS \ MAY BE [ARRANGED oblong nest of 3 tables in thereto blush maple colour.£8/l4?4 "Vono" folding card table .... Bean/Watson's £6/8/6 GEORGE AND YORK STS. (NEAR KING ST.). PHONE BX328«

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