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

[?] int. ASHBY - All-British . Steel Bicycle You can ride Australia's best Bicycle home from our shop on payment . of the small de posit of £3, with weekly pay ments of only 5/ afterwards. . 51F . ill DEPOSIT ft* PERWEEK What you are spending now on % This and tram fares will buy your bicycle. See the fine ; range of models now oa show, or 'phone Central 2700 for price list. [?] I Auto Camping 1 I Goods are J i Indispensable' ( I Ho correct solution was - received j § = . tor last week's RELYANS CODE = = FLAG C0MPET(TI0N-4hfS week = 1 I the prize it £2/2/. ?). j i When you .remember that - Auto 1 1 = Tenrina Tents. Dust Cnvarit Tvm = = Covers, Folding Stools, and Tables, = = Bonoet Covere. Hammocks, and Tool == = . Kits— alto the Reliance Registered = M Auto : Fly which affords special = i I Bathino Accommodation, are included = I In the list,- you will Instantly realise = I they are indispensable. - = = F«r with the approach of summer = 3 there Is an trrtent need for one or 3 = mor...

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

PUZZLES _ ? ^ ? KIDDIiE-ME-BEE. My first is tn sugar, and also In sweet; My second in pucker, and also in pleat; My third is In every, and a5ao in each; My fourth is In chestnut, and also in beach; My fifth is in astern, and 'also In bank; My fifth !s in cistern, and also in tank: My seventh's in creeping, and also in crawl; My eighth is In calling, and also in bawl; . .My ninth is in England, and also in Wales; My tenth is in bargain and also in sales; My whole you will find Tery useful and seat, -for reading or singing, or a walk in the street. BT7BIED QUEENSLAND SEASIDE BESOETS. Xaylm. Ooramyhcroed. Rcunibaur, '''agednas, Ymnwnu, Alipafc. Conundrum: What loud o£ robbery is not dangerous? Conundrum: What is the longest English word? Martin Hambleton will acSnowledge all answers if received by Saturday, October 30. ANSWERS. TO PUZZLES OF OCTOBER 10. lliddle-me-ree : Winter. ' Sentence Making: Too vrise you are. too vrise you be, I see you are too wise for iae. Conundrum: A sponge. ...

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

WEEKLY ESSAY This competition (for whieli book prizes will be awarded) will be coa tiuued. Senior and junior competitors to sfelect their own subjects. Tbe com petition closes on Saturday, uctoDer ou. BULBS SO BE OBSEEVBD. (1) Write your full name, age, and address, carefully and clearly on the first page, and write only on one side of each sheet of papei used. NUMBEB OF WORDS NOT TO EXCEED 750 All Stories , and Essays must be clearly addressed to:— Martin Hamble ton, 'The Sunday Mail' Office, Bris ban ft. .

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
SWIMMING GRAMMAR OLD BOYS [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 24 October 1926

SWIMMING ? m GRAMMAR OLD BOYS Tlic Grammar Old Boys' Swimming Club held its opening swim at the Ithaca baths on Weduesday evening last, with a good at tendance. Following we the results : — 50 yards handicap. A B. Salt (to) 1. W. W. Thom son (Ssec) 2. B. S. Stepfcenson (9sec) Z; Hme, 35 2-5sec. F. Cox (8). E S, StfephenBon (5), C. Xiarery (5), ana B. M. wsra (scr.) nea for honours in the' neat bender. The novelty event -was ttoh kj E. 5L Ward (scr.). 'Witt J. Cox (4) second, and B. S. Stephenson (1) third. Prior to the swim a meeting vat Itsl4, a$d the following office-bearers eifcted: — Judge and starter, Jfr. ,T. C. Deeney ; check starter. .Mr. P .1. Moriarty; captain. Mr. B. M. Ward; committee. Messrs. B. BI. Ward, C. Lavery, B. S. Stephenson, and VV. I). Henderson; handl cappers, Messrs. B. M. Ward and B. S. Ste phenson. Tlic club is fortunate in securing the valued services of Messrs. .1. C. Deeney The events for next Wednesday night are: 75 yards handicap, neat header, and nov...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
BASKETBALL E GRADE PREMIERSHIP [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 24 October 1926

BASKETBALL E GRADE PREMIERSHIP Tiie E grade final of' tlie Australian Ladle*' Association between Coorparoo and Shamrocks was played on 'Saturday, Coorparoo: D. 3vilmartin, L. Thompson O nippon S Thurrat. V. Woods. P. Shcreold! E. Y\oolard. E. Blown. G. Kilm«rtin. Shamrocks: V. Foley. S. MansOrld, T.. Murphy, A. Woods. L. Richardson, L. Parker, S. Doran, M. Winsen. . their score with a good two-pointer by T. Murphy. 'Boos then applied the pressuro, and good centre ?work resulted Jn a smart goal. Again Shamrock took up {he attacfc, anfl splendid combined movements soon gave them another two points. Without waste of ttiue 'Boos returned to the attack and quickly equalised. Play was here very keen, and many breaches of the rules occurred, from one -?*; which P. Shergold scored for Coorparoo. Sham rocJs put renewed Tim Into their play, and tlie Jerence eventually fell. . Just before half-time Coorparoo again scored from a free and at half-time the scores were sis all. On resuming. Shamr...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
HENLEY-ON-YARRA 75,000 SPECTATORS [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 24 October 1926

HENLEY-ON-YARRA 75,000 SPECTATORS MELBOURNE, Saturday. — Condi Hons could hardly have been better for rowing: this afternoon, when the Henley t)ii-Y:irr;i carnival was held. There w:is an attendance of 75,000. Owing 1o the disorganisation caused by the destruction of tlie racing boats in the iiiv whii-h tWt roved Edwards and Ron's Imatsheds, it was necessary to alter the iirTHiigeinent of the programme. Results: — Maiden Eights.— Final :' Mildura. 1 : Tnl versiiy No. I. 2; Richmond, :!. Won easllv. Maideu Fours. — Final : Esscndon No. 1. I : Hanks No. 2. 2; Bailarat, 3. Won easily Time, tain lOsec. Stewards' Chaliengc Cup .Senior Fours Oiolders. Western Australia). — Final: Otago (New Zealand), 1: Wcndource. 2; Nagambto, 3. Time, iimln .'Psec. In the second heat Commercial (Queensland) were placed second. Ladies' Challenge Cuj' (holders, Melbourne High School). — Final: Melbourne High School, 1: St. Peter's College (South Australia). 2: Melbourne Technical College, 3. Time. Cmin Mse...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
CYCLING STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS LES MUNRO'S TRIUMPHS [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 24 October 1926

CYCLING ! ? ♦ - STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS LES MUNRO'S TRIUMPHS Only :i moderate number of gpcvtiiturs ai tonded at the Brisbane Cricket ground on Satur day to witness tlie various events set down tor decision Ijy tlie Queensland Amateur Cyclist Inion. Some excellent racing was seen during the afternoon. The outstanding rider of the day was hen Munro, who won two titles— the »..-: ,»Uu mi- nines cnampion.smp of Uueenii laiid--wit)i comparative ease. S. Goubareff fin ished 111 second place in both events, and T. Brlggs took third place in both. Several riders from noekhampton competed, and one of them, 1,. Friseh, is a junior of great promise. Although he did not win the .i-mllc junior championship he put m- a sterl ing performance in a heat of the handicap and finished in third place in tlie championship Quite a number of spills occurred during the afternoon, fortunately none of a serious nature. A very pleasing feature of the programme was that every event was run off to time, and not one...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
BRIGGS AND SONS' SUMMER SALE [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 24 October 1926

BRIGGS AND SONS' SUMMER SALE Me^rs. J. Urigjrs and Son^, Ltd.. an nounce in » half-paste advertisement in this issue, the opening of their great summer sale, which they confidently ex-i pect to e--Vi}ise sdl previous records. The high standard of quality for which the firm is noted is maintained, while prices I are lower than ever. Tlie iirm wishes | to make it clear that this i* not a sal-i; of out -of -reason poods, purchased cspu- ! cialH' for a 'stunt,' hut a genuine price- j reducing event on good, sound nierchan-j dise. A special feature will be the. .sel-| Hnjr of remnants sit- one-third --t' tlie usual price, eomliiniug many useful; lengths --f serviceable .-ilks and otlietj dress materials. It is not often that; ihe services of an expert milliner are; obtained gratis, biiton i!iis oci-af-ion J. J lii-iiifi* and Sous will trim li:Us fre.o -?»' i-lrnci1 fur cllsionirl'S V.ll.i LUlVchnse the untriinincd hut and 1 !:«' lrimming^j during tij-- fir.-t ihive 'Iiiy* 'l' tlie; h;ile...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
IN THE PUBLIC EYE [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 24 October 1926

IN THE PUBLIC EYE Dr. Paget, Bishop of Chester, Eng:and. who -«yg that he would like to play the oboe in tbe celestial clioir. Princess Aslrid, Of Sweden, -whose marriage lo Prince Leopold, the heir to the Belgian throue, has been arranged for next month. Sir Robert Home, British Chairm-.n of. - the Standing Committee . of . British . and German -industrialists which Is ? inrestiga'ins; ...the prospects ,«£. re-establishing pros peril y in -Europe. Mr. Frank Hodges, Secretary of the International Miners' Federation, n-lio declares that the British Miners * Federation is crumbling. ]\I. Toinsky. I The r.oi-):.-.Jk I03.I..T wl'i' 'i' Wen | ti-i n--inittinp Mo-ro-v moiii-v \\i V'.rcg- ! land for tl.c ««c of liie ilrikei--. ;

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

GOOD NEW BOOKS X remember seeing somewhere ' hov miny people -were said to be suffering - from indigestion — I don't know witt . the percentage -was noir, but it -was big. . fien Js a book that very many people ?will .-welcome, called 'Indigestion.*? - xais luxie oook wui im you ait sdpiic tt And hew to prevent and cure it. The anU16r.fi Bn Arthur I-. Hollxad. Price 6/«, postage 4d. - lirerjr man who ?arni.hla. living, no - - --matter 'wSether It be In a e*rpet3io«d o«Ce *r In a coal aflne.onsht^o. read thrjieir bcok by Sir Ernest '.?; B«nn— ??'Jtt;l *»» ? Wott U^W.'? Ko natter what.yonr pelltfcal or social - -iA&B jron vil tod ; nroch sound tense ru'w»:'n--'*- » noTaL nerertlielesi. u*n4. unier present cmidltioa*, a. great - ? *?« in»r« jiroflUble. Price 4/«, postage ?Vsifc:. ? -. ?--. Sean Inge's new book, 'Lay Thoughts of a Sean,' is proving a remarkable success, and deservedly, too. Here the . famous Bean of St. haul's talks brightly and interestingly on many subjects, l...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
WINDMILL LAND "NEW HOLLAND" [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 24 October 1926

WINDMILL LAND — *? — 'NEW HOLLAND' -By J.L.'W.) Australia no longer bears the name assigned to her by the earliest Thiteh explorers, Xcw Holland, but she has of many windmills as ever drained marshes into tbe Zuider Zee or gave definition to a flat Butch landscape. One would al most think, by the way some of them speak and groan, that they are protest ing as loudly as they can against the audacity of the English race in claim ing the CommonweaKh and altering ifs name Our insolent old windmill clow by the motor shed is never so happy as when she has been able to fill the tank up +/\ +%«» 1*m»vi o«/? -nr«* liflTP fnnrnttpn to turn her off. It gives her just the chance she has '? e«i scurrying tound and round for all tbe afternoon, and she can show her utter contempt by pour ing cold bore water all night long on the ground below, , whose name she de tests so much.. She is a emming old contraption, and nsually keeps fairly quiet about sun down, so that we may not remember to check her. ...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
GET THE DOCTOR! DAVE'S DECEPTION [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 24 October 1926

GET THE DOCTOR ! DAVE'S DECEPTION (By Edwin Waller.) Dave Meeking and Will Pollock were making for the back of the woolshed, where Will was to fight Xed Peevers. But they hadn't .gone far when Dave's molher ealled them back. She came run ning to them. 'Quick, Dave» Sarah's crook. You go for Xurse Carroll, and you, Will — will you take the bnckboard and go into Saekville for Dr. Barnes. But hurry! She was all of a fluster, and before they could say yes or no, 6he was. racing back .to the house like an over-fat duek, her apron flying iu the early moonlight. TtflVTJI f\m\A Will i!nll.._»... J3 1 ? 1 ? * ? w«'! «w »»jn ximuneu in ner nase. Then Dave helped Will to get the buck ready — a matter of a few minutes — or long enough. for mum's imprecations to fall on his head. Then he set ont across the paddocks helter skelter, while. Will Pollock gal loped the horses to Sackville. Will. had to drive several miles, bo Dave arrived with his. charge first, driving the nurse's craiy trap at brea...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
PERSONAL and Anecdotal [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 24 October 1926

PERSONAL 1 and Anecdotal 1 In the retirement of Mr- Allan Alfred Svowers from the position of Surveyor Genera) at the end of the year, tbe Pub lic serviee of Queensland vtili log* *i- official who has rendered rood serripp to the State. Mr. Spowcrs 'was born at Toorak, Melbou.rue, on August 23, 1857, Educated at private schools, and at tho Church of England Grammar School, Mr. Spowers came to Brisbane in 1879, and began as r cadet in the surveying brancli. In 18S2 he passed as a surveyor, and 1 worked as a Government contract sur veyor until 1885, when li« was &ppcinr---i to tlie stuff. Some years later he became a district surveyor, and in 1902 was pro moted to the office of Surveyor-General. He i? president of the Land Surveyors' Board, and he is also & member and pre sident of the recess committee of the Associated Surveyors' Boards of Aus tralia and Xew Zealand. Throughout his oifieiai career, Mr. opowera aia ail lie could to lift the surveying profession to an e...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
BERTHING CHARGES REDCLIFFE JETTY [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 24 October 1926

BERTHING CHARGES — -♦ ? REDCLIFI'E JETTY j^iccuiire approval haa bfen. given o* ^ bylaw made by ihe Redclifre Town Coum-il under which charges are nmae for vessels berthing at any of the js; ues Ox rnat io-ai authority. The bylaw sets out that the fees may be Used oji a monthly, quarterly, half yearly, or annual basis, nnd .re to be i pnyable in advance. No priv'lcged I position .it :i jetty tvi)] be given anyl vessel, tor a:iy lease of or ri_-jht 0T»r I ?i .i'i''y rther ihaii ir.ei'.tioneil io the Ijy.'aw. ^_________^__ To-day a girl is 'tlie' bri'ic lo-morrow she is iu.?t the ptein Mrs. Blank. Celery i? not raised in a cellar, but1 1I-' price u- sometimes raised by th*| seller. !

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

BLIND J purpose. fSifttmount i j III ( i [ vi -lal ijjjjjjjiCMena^ jljjEJj |A*Ife g =: U Ufc g^= M m' Sif.it. i ^H& yrj^ \j£g$ according to drop See Me About REPAIRS, top! Note my new Phone If? 3728 ^Carefully note number) Now Available AT YOUE DEALERS. 'SPITFIRE' SPEAKERS Price 37/6 each 'SPITFIRE' tn? K nxitfmvTi?c Price 17/6 each Tlicsc highly popnlar B,adio Accos scries. -whilst inexpensive, are higaly efficient and absolutely re liable. GET TOCBS PEOM AN AUTHOR ISED HOME RADIO DEAJ.EE, or direct from ROME RADIO SERVICE LTD., ? \ First Flcor, Courier Building Queen-st., BHISBAKE. * SILVER GAUNTLET Won By CHARLIE SPINKS using id ?rnf^H k wHik^A iSSEB ! IK ml ^9 RgkK JRM Br Si nj MBS G. C. WAKEFIELD & Co. Ltd. Bridge-street, Valley. '?/'??

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

|g _ ' , WL .' ? ' ? , ? j GOOD BUSINESS! | \ i| A LAS, muny men ;ire paying big prices for ||f * M /\ *'le'r c'ot'ies w'(^ f'le ^xe-^ ^ea ^at a ^'8 W !*? price niubf liring more style, bigger volue. ^ , ^' nnd better service. Moore Dros.. Special Business Suits ^P ^ are not in the 'hig prim' class, but their style, the service ? ^ a^ they give, and ihe volue iliey represent all plainly demon' 3fe J* 6irs-e the sound juJfletnent of the men who wear them. ^ I £5-10-0 , 1 H TO MEASURE ' ^ ' Sg? PuUerns of lite neuj light-t'jeighl Summer Weaves, ? ag[ ^J atso Fashon Plales and Scf- Measurement ^ m't I-'ormi free en r equal. :?: Call or Write. E& I MOORE BROS; I ff; 1 AJLORS ONLY W _ |v' OrP. G.l'.O., QUEEN STREET. URISBANE . S |^| W1CKHAMST..VAL1.RY STANLEY ST.. STH. BRISBANE |a| ' ' -. , ^^^j tropic .;??. I ^^^ GOLF BALLS. ? gjjj The TROPIC is an excellent quality ball, absolutely dependable. ' ' ' HIS Best value in Queensland at the low price of 111 2/ EACH— 2$/ DOZEN B(| We ...

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

IPSWICH ''? . PLAY FOR TROPHY. Following are the results of ihe competiiirm j Tor trophy donated by Mr. K. H. Francis, which took place o;i the Ipswich golf links on Saturday afternoon. ' It was .1 mixed stroke l:andieap. and the associate members were al lowed eight strokes above their usual iiau- \ d leaps : — ] V. Sands ? Iflil 2:. 7K : T. Sharp ? 10^ :!« 7S j Mrs. E. ». Stewart ? Ifli -Ji» 75 I. C Louie ? ,, !-?; 17 72 E. M. Scott ? '0 10 !-n Mrs. h. Finite ? 3 1 ;» :;s S[ W. I., runiuv,- ? ]()ii -21 SJ ; A. I-:. Whliehcaii ? JO.'. '.'-l sr. S. B. Wallace ? 10U il S')

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
RELIABILITY TEST BRISBANE CLUB'S SPORTING TRIAL [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 24 October 1926

RELIABILITY TEST BRISBANE CLUB'S SPORTING TRIAL Ten riders Jttpfc l-art -on SatnnJaj' In tu* ?UtLilat TMiyfiHifyi. f/intjjn : of (fie. Brisbane Jkjirtor CyS/CJul) over? a coiu-se of - 122 miles. TBjis ievehkTlB '*tin eTffly year in memory cf ^IhipscU, -Pocock, an old motor cycle en ' UiuEiwt, and the course selected was snorting Mr. Cadell Garrick in his Chrysler doing something considerably over the speed limit in the R.A.C.Q. Acceleration Ttest on Saturday. The first part of itae trial was to liaybor-i and back, providing plenty of liill-climbin? work, while altogether there were fire creeks to be negotiated. There were also some trlckv sections of sand, and tlie whole course gave plenty of opportunity for good riding. A check control was established at Groveley, and a secret control also between Dayboro and Brisbane, while there was a control in the city again before the riders were des patched on the second 'leg' of the run fo ?eenleigh and back. ' The starters were: — Solo clas...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
THE MOTOR CYCLISTS Spinks Wins Brilliantly Defeats Pearce for Silver Gauntlet [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 24 October 1926

:, THE MOTOR CYCLISTS : ? ? ? Spinks Wins Brilliantly Defeats Pearce for Silver Gauntlet Charlie Spinks, riding a Hariey Davidson, rode brilliantly in the motor cycle speed events at the Exhibition On Saturday night, and de sarvedJy won the cilver gauntlet, j ust 'beatinr; Frank Pearce, the pre vious week's winner. A i-yivi! of over l'-000 people w.-ilolicil .S; iJi.'is win tin-, t-liicf pvont .-iflci- two '*? ii'.-i.-.-irifln.-il f;i!ls ]i:k] occur rid in tlic two pivviiius :iUrjit|its to run off tlic lin:il. Tlic night w.-is fall of incident, :j|i'l tlmugh tlioro were falls that' ap Iiivn-cd very serious :it Hit* inonipiit- tlio r'-d'.-is wi-ve. with but one exception, senivoly hurt The safety feneo proved »f g:-e:u v;ilue in ;i coutilo of cases, and. ::cting like n sjxijigr, throw the riders hurXi on to the trjieli. ?Jensen. :i -clover Muithmd ri'ler, madi; !iis first appearance in Brisbane, l»ut he v.-:jk unfoitun:i1e cnougli to h:ive a nasty spili. whirl) put him out of the rac...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
From Our Window No Personal Knowledge. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 24 October 1926

From Oar Window I No Persons] Knowledge. ' Man's interests in certain forms . of sport will forever remain a mystery t« a type of woman not uncommon even, in Queensland. Harcus Snburbus went into raptures the other day when he read of a fine score, 139 not out, put up by a. leading Brisbane cricketer. . . 'By Jove!' 'exclaimed the enthusiast to his better half. «'l6n't - it fine! Isn't it great!' Good old Hutch! That'* ^ the -way to knock 'em!'1 'But why all the excitement about this cricketer, dear!'' interposed his mild spouse. *'Wc don't know him per» sonally !'' K.L. Why He Asked. Ka.rdy sons of the sea they were— mercantile marine — and they swapped yarns as they manfully -breasted the bar. One told a happy variation of the old gag Things were pretty bad aboa-rd the old hooker when she struck it rough in the South Atlantic. Along came the captain to the huddled crowd of shivering pas sengers. ; ' ' ' ? - ?; ? : ? 'Any of you here able to pray I'' ha bellowed above the roar of t...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
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