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REPERTORY PLAY VANCE PALMER'S WORK [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 17 October 1926

REPERTORY PLAY ♦ — VANCE PALMER'S WORK ! Tho four-act play. 'A Happy Family,''; by Vance Palmer, which the Repertory | Society will stage shortly, has not yet ; been published, but was produced four! times in Melbourne three years ago. Jt j is set in the West Queensland of eonio j 10 or 15. years ago, and Sfi a sparkling! comedy, not a farce — that is, the hu mour is based on character and reality. Atone stage of the plnj- the knot of diffi culties is so intense that the audien-v* can hardly believe they are going t«- sec the happy ending that is required of a comedy. In the last act, however, the' effect ive solution comes in a, gradual and yet (surprising \ray. like the dawn that ie. not noticed till it is complete. Throughout the nlav the author's -Bteady and unshakable affection for the bush is evident. This is no city man's derision of the back blocks, but *a poet dramatist's sympathetic, interpretation of.livcB that have always interested him inteneejT. Those who' have read Ya...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
NEW FARM REFINERY C.S.R. COMPANY'S ANNUAL PICNIC [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 17 October 1926

NEW FARM REFIfGRY -*? ? ^ C.S.R. COMPANY'S ANNUAL PICNIC The thirty- third annual picnic of the em ployees of the Colonial Sugar BeSnlng Com r-ary's Sew 3*ann refinery and their wives and families was held on Saturday. The steamer Koopa conveyed the holidaymakers, Tinmhprinff about. 450. from the refinery wharf to Kedcllffc A pleasant run was made, matters beine brightened by mufelc from the Astor Band. Amongst those present were Mr. W. C. Brenan (Brisbane manaper), Mr. P. Sylow (refinery manager) and Mrs. Sylow. Mr. 3. S. Robertson, Jlr. and Jlra. 3. W. Davis, 5fr. and Mrs. W. P. Klrkby, Mr and Mrs. A. W. Isaacs, and Mr. H. G. Martin. A vrogramme of sports was carried out, and swiiiRS, etc., were provided fur the young sters. Tha K*dcliffe Hull was engaced Tor. dancing, and this form of recreation was well patronised. The return journey was com menced about 5 p.m., town betas reached some two hours later. The sports, resulted as fol 75 vards handicap (employ ees under 16 years} ' G...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
ONE TREE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 17 October 1926

ONE FREE. A man opened a boot- black ing busi ness in a neighbourhood already dotted ?with similar stands. It was not very long before he was doing a more flourishing business than anybody else in the street. Of course he' was a hard worker, but it was his way of advertising that brought in the trade. Over the door of his shop he had a big sisn3 reading: 'One Boot Blacked Fred'

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
MELBOURNE THEATRES [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 17 October 1926

MELBOURNE THEATRES ? ^ ? On Saturday last ''Is Zat So?'3 was transferred from the King's to the Royal. It is a clever comedy, smartly ' played. , 'Old English'' is having a. one-week j season at the King's. This is its first j Melbourne appearance. On October 2Z\ it wil] be displaced by ''Aren't We AU?'j played by the Boucicault company. I 'Lady Be Good' is showing to big', business at the. Trinees?. Elsie Frinc' and Jimmy Godden play the leads, andj May Beatty and Charlton Morton are in support.' 'Katja'' was on Saturday trans-ferre/J fo His .Majesty V. Mario Burke ba = the. name part, Claude Fle.mming ap pears a± prince Carl, and E. Barrett Lermard cau?os much amusement in bis role ot' Leander. A farcical ?.?omody, 'Nothing But Lies.' is the attraction at the Athenaeum. Harry Grpen is seen as the chief liar, and causes a considerable amount of mirth. He i» well eup ported by a carefully selected east. The Tivoli offers a bigr programme this week. Some of tho?e on the bill are H^nr...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
ROWING CHAMPION FOURS TOOWONG'S TRIUMPHS [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 17 October 1926

ROWING CHAMPION FOURS TOOWONG'S TRIUMPHS After grave fears concerning tr.e j freather the afternoon turned out a J brilliant one, and weather conditions were perfect for the champion fours regatta, held under the auspices of t!ie Queensland Rowing Associatioa. j Toowcmg scored a magnificent win in - the State champion fours. After being Tour lengths in the t^&t &t one stage, I their splendid form enabled them to j wear down the powerful Bundabergi four and snatch victory from the Com^ mereial crew within the last hundred yards. The officials for the day were: — j Starter, Mr. Q. Is\ Smoother; judge, Mr. J. F. Ponovan; umpire, Mr. F. W. tie Little; timekeepers, Messrs. K. Wil aon and E. M' Caskie. A motor launch carried a full 'com plement of passengers, while scores of motor cars followed the races along the Hiver-road. Eesults: — CHAMPION FOURS OF QUEENS LAND (3 Miles.) Toowong E.G. — L. E. Smith (st.), Y. Downey (3), P4. Taylor (2). G. Leitch (bow), A. M'Vimsh cox)...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 17 October 1926

- ..:_' : THE THEATJSE BEAUTIFUL. | MAJESTIC ON THE SCREEN. ? Ramon Griffith With JOHNNY WALKER, in 'RED LIGHTS' A 5 REEI. COMEDY DRAMA. Reginald Denny «» fc«» latest thriller. 'Betty' and Kenneth M'Donald ?.;? in a Sequel to 'Behind the Front' MAKERS OF MEN. And en the Stage, at 3 and 8. ^ THE ELACK AND GOLD , SERENADERS PLAN. THEATRE 3048. TMttEE GLORIOUS ATTRACTIONS. ; Commenting To-morrow ' ? :; flEWt THREE PA-3 ONLY). COLLEEN MOORE in ? ?ELLA CINDERS' Positively the crtmnlngsafeess of tho star's career. ; .?'?-..? ;.AJso. SALLY O-N€1LL. 30AN CRAWFORD. CONSTANCE BENNETT. In 'sally, irene' aid mary» AMD AFTERNOON AND NIGHT, 'THE XVIONS' SENSATIONAL* EUROPEAN :. TRAP£Zi8TS.,. FDR ONE TVIIGHTY WEEIC, STARTING ? ;' ' ' ? '- ? ANfc^;- ...-'.?? ? . ?- THE BOX PLA»(UMartCjO Direction Hayrnvkefs ' Tfvofi ? ( .Theatre LW. CECIL BDE MILLED : irifflly successor tt- The Ten Commondmenrj— ;^H^B^r After 'The Ten ^HpF Commandments' KK^f ' v' the great JPtfblic. -M/HF asked— fs '«' B^^m 'What w...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
THE GUN IN COMMON SPEECH [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 17 October 1926

THE GUN IN COMMON SPEECH ' i It is 'as sure as a sun' that some of the readers of this will hare heard some, if siot all, of the expressions which hare grown into the American vernacular through the association of an earlier generation ivith the cld-time flint-Iocfc muskets and rifles. T,?iK-n1n. rn one occasion. 'B-hen reti- 1 eehee on his part was desirable, eai-l, ! ' I must be very ' shut-pan' over this matter.' He then referred to the need of keeping t'.;e 'pan' of the old flint lock musket closed, to prevent tlie gun being discharged or the priming lost, j 'A 11 cocked and primed,' as he was for j av.y emergency, he was r.o ' hair-trig- j gei' character: nor vas he likely 'to go 6S half-eoeked ' en tnty iacportajit matter. Nor was he liable to 'a flash j hi the pan.' He was alvraya ' loaded to i the muzzle,' | Whether the matter under considera- '. tion -was a ' long-rango affttir,' or 'uny- where within gTm-shot,' he never was ' fnin-shy' ; aud, though he was ready ' to ^o su...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 17 October 1926

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Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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CYCLISTS SUFFER TWO GOLLISIONS RIDER'S LEGS FRACTURED [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 17 October 1926

CYCLISTS SUFFER - ^ .. - - ? - . — ...... TWO COLLISIONS RIDER'S LEGS FRACTURED . Albert 'Mareoman, *a married man, w-ho. resides in Grange-street, Ncw market, had both his legs fmactured when ? he was thrown from his motor cycle,' which collided ? with a motor car coin? in the opposite direction, in Day's-road, ?VTilston, en Saturday, morning. ? Ttie'-road -is in- a bad sta.te of re pair, and]both Marshman and Arthur M'DowelJ, of 'Samford, who was driv ing-the car, were ', trying to avoid the ruts Trhgn th«? impact, occurred. The cycle .struck tJie- off side of the car and Maishman was thrown over the handfe ^bJar3. The ambulance look hjmyto -the General HpspitaJ. The front Trhieel -yf the motor cycle was badly damaged, and the offside headlight and mudguard of the car suffered- ? TWO COME TO GRIEF.1926 A motor cyclist and bicyclist were injured/.-. -when their machines collided in Victoria Park-road. Kelvin Grove, on Saturday afternoon. Edwin .Jef- fers,\a young man, who lives in ...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
CRYSTAL PALACE PROGRESS OF COMPETITIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 17 October 1926

CRYSTAL PALACE PBOGH.BSS OF COMPETITIONS. Last Thursday night the fifth heat of the All Australian dancing cham- pionship took place, resulting in a   win for Mr. Walton and Miss Thorn- j ton, with Mr. Favry and partner v.) \ a close second. On Monday nest tho las't heat will tnke place,' and ivi!l coinprise the following competitors: Mr. Bullpitt and Miss Laine, Mr. Jones, and Miss Burton, Mr. Charlton aiid Hiss M.'Art.hy. On V^'cdnesday the qualifying he:it for tliosc couples who came se--.ond in their .resnective heat6 will take plnce. when the fol lowing will have to compete for entry into the semi-final. Mr. Ferve and Miss Baker. Mr. \Viftup nu-J Miss Murtagh, Mr. Duell and Miss.Eourke, ,Mr- Farry and pa.rtner. On Thursday the semi-final will be decided,' nud. on Monday. October 2o, the grand final. Both 'semi-final an.]' final promise to be \crv escit.ing, ;ind ladies' and men's solo Charleston com- petition is also fast approaching its final stages. The finals ar...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
THE WOMEN'S OWN CHILDISH JOY-BRINGERS JUNIOR RED CROSS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 17 October 1926

THE WQMBST3* CWN CHILDISH JOY-BRINGERS ? ♦? — JUNIOR BED CROSS. To the child tho habit and art of gift-giving has to be carefully taught, but when once acquired there is no moro happy exponent than the child giver. After seeing the distributing of eifts bv the members of tho Rrnon. slopes branch of the Junior Red Cross at the Children's Hospital on Satur day afternoon, one realised that ths: true giver of gifts kuows jjoyj beyond adequate expression. From the hour at which 12 little girls in white frocks, wearing the square flowing veil of the Red Cross, assembled oppo site the Supreme Court with three of their leaders, there was a flutter of excitement, which tinged tho unpack ing of parcels with romance, and found an outlet in the hospital wards, where the distribution of gifts spread happiness and promoted little friendly conversations which children arrive at quite naturally. The Junior Red Cross workers aicet once a month as a social gathering, when plans are made, and very oft...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
STREETS OF BRISBANE Some Primitive Harmonies [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 17 October 1926

STREETS OF BRISBANE     Some Primitive Harmonies (By Harrie Nowland.) "How did the main streets of Bris- bane get such names!' The question often has been asked by newcomers, who have noted the prepon- derance of "Christian" names in such connection, without reflecting on the early habit of complimenting the royal family of Great Britain in Australian geography and town-planning. A land sale occurred ou the site of Brisbane in 1842, but the first survey was completed in 1843, and the ruling monarch, Queen Victoria, then received the usual compliment of having her royal title attached to the name of that pro- posed street of the contemplated village which was destined to be tbe capital city of Queensland. The name Queensland, bestowed later, after the vast northern area had been separated from New 8outh Wales, complimented the ruling monarch still more. Had a king been on the throne the new colony undoubtedly would have been named Kingsland, and King street,...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 17 October 1926

Funeral Notices.     DENHAM.—The Friends of Mrs. W. H. S.     DENHAM, Mr. and Mrs. F. H. DENHAM,   Mr. and Mrs. W. LINDSAY and FAMILY,   Mrs. F. L. PRYKE and FAMILY, Mrs. A. M.   HEERS and FAMILY, Mr. and Mrs. C. G. DENHAM and FAMILY, Mr. and Mrs. W. TAM- BERLIN and FAMILY, Mr.. and Mrs. M. HILL   and FAMILY, are respectfully invited to   attend the Funeral of their deceased Hus-     band, Brother, and Brother-in-law (Harry       Denham), to more from the Funeral Parlour,   Stanley-street, South Brisbane, TO-MORROW   (Monday) MORNING. at 10 o'clock, to the   South Brisbane Cemetery.             CANNON & CRIPPS.     JOHN HISLOP & SONS, Funeral Directors, &am...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 17 October 1926

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Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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QUEEN CARNIVAL SPORTS AT IPSWICH [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 24 October 1926

QUEEN CARNIVAL ? -«^- ? SPORTS AT IPSWICH Cycling and athletic events were held at tlie queen carnival sports in aid of the Ipswich Ambulance, at the Tecreation re serve on Saturday. The cycling officials were: Starters, Messrs. E. A. Schulte and Ji. Bennett: secretary, Mr. T P Ward' judges, Messrs. JI. Maltinglev, 'R. Bennett, and E. A. Schulte. CTCMN& BESTJltTS. One Mile Handicap (seniors). — J Clarke (90 yards) 1, G. George (15 yards) 2, F. Ilingst (40 yards) 3. Won by foiir lengths, with one length between second and third. Half-mile Handicap (juniors). — A. IiOetsch. (55 yards) 1, F. Kempthorne (25 yards) 2, F. Mattingk-y (35 yards) 3. Won by three lengths. SCHOOL ATHLETICS. Boys (under 10), 50 yards. — A. 'Ward 1, G. Bailey -J. Girls (under 10), 50 yards. — E. Ford 1 .1 l^inn '» Boys (10 and under 12). 60 vards. — First heat: M. Doig 1, J. Farrell 2. Second heat:*B. Mahaffey 1. IT. Kilmartin 2. Third heat: A. Schulte 1. VT. Lawrie 1. Final: A. Schulte 3, B. Mahaffey 2....

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
DRUNK OR INSANE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 24 October 1926

DRUNK OR INSANE. Tlie niftiii man, fharjred with boinff 'ilrunk an'l incapable i;i The jirccinfts of the railway station,' )-k'ado-l 'Not Guilty.' Iu the course of evidence it came out that the taxi-driver who .lrove him to the station admitted receiving six)-on£e over his legal fare. 'That's done it,' exclaimed tiio prisoner. '1 must have bam. dru&k'' Several puncturps occurred In tills eveut, but all were able to mount fresh hikes, and regain the field. Kilatt came to the front about three quarters of a lap to go, and was never a«aln headed, winning nicely by a length. Time, 13.21. PATRON'S HANDICAP. -Mile, Senior.) First heat: P. Roper (65yds) 1. J. Turner (43yds) 2, I,. Tew (50yds) 3. Won by a length. Time, 2.20. Second heat: T. S. Wallace (COyds) 1, c. Keecn (ysyasj z, x. 11. Aiarsuau (45yds) S. Won easily by three lengths. Time, 2 6 ' 2-3. Third heat : J. E. M'Brlen (20yds) 1, H. Lynch (120yds) 2, B. Yeoman (160yds) 3 A very close finish. Time, 2.8 1-5. Fourth heat: G....

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
ACCELERATION TEST Automobile Club Outing [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 24 October 1926

ACCELERATION TEST ? .«. ? Automobile Club Outing Motor cars — of touring, sporting, and racing types — showed a pretty turn of speed in the acceleration test conducted by the Royal Auto mooile Club of Queensland on Saturday afternoon, on the Banyo-road. The fastest time for the day was recorded by J. S. M'Cormack in his Vauxhall, 19jsec, though only after a tie with E. G. B. Gustaf son's Overland special sports. The weeh-cii-l rontests of tlic Auto mobile Club arc proving in--i-' popular, :in-l :i ivprcsentjitive entry w:is received for Hie acceleration te^t 011 .Satdi-.'.ay :ifternoo)!. The course was :i quarter oi: a milo in leiifrili on tln- B:uiyo-road; i-Iose to Nudgoo-niiid. Tlic surface was in very fair order, Jind the sjiocial ap paratus vas used for timing the com petitors. The event was divided into two classes. restricted and unrestricted- 22 cars tak ing part in the iirst section and seven in the latter. A noticeable feature was the appearance of several lady drivers, in...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
TOOWOOMBA CARNIVAL C. ANDERSON'S SUCCESS [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 24 October 1926

TOOWOOMBA CARNIVAL ? ♦ ? C ANDERSON'S SUCCESS TOOWOOMBA, Saturday.— The Toowuoruba Slotor Cycle Chib held a speed carnival at Wcrrington Park this afternoon. The car nival was In aid of the Toowoomba Hospital wireless fund, and judging by the attendance the fund should benefit considerably. The officials were: — Judtres. Messrs. W. Preston nnd R. Loncrgan ; starter, Mr. P. M. Steggall : han dicapper, Mr. J. Pulcher; timekeepers, Messrs. O. Saunders and J. Fulcher. (Considerable interest was taken in the solo championship of the Darling liowns. There were five starters, and the course was 10 laps. Cyril Anderson (Barley Davidson) won prac tically by a lnp in 9.59 2-5. S. Fernier (Riidge) was second. Hog Upton (Hariey Davidson) for several laps seemed likely to contest first place with Anderson, but lie ap parently developed engine trouble after the second ;ap r.nd finished t^ird. The result were : — Novice Handicap (five laps). — It. T.'pton (Douglas), ljsec, 1: E. Frain (Indian Scou...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 24 October 1926

IF YOU VTANT TO JOIN THE BOY SCOUTS MARTIN HAMBLlsTON Will give you the NAME AND ADDRESS OF THE NEAREST LOCAL ASSOCIATION.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 24 October 1926

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