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Road Patrols [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 24 October 1926

Road Patrols To-day tlie R.A.C.Q. Guides will patrol the roads to I'ede'iffe, Scar borough. Woody Point, Tambourine Mountain, and the Toowoomba-road as far as Rosewood. - New Members At the. Council meeting held on Tues day evening last tlic following 47 new members were elected : —Messrs. T. P. Millard (Cleveland), Geo. Sykcs (Comoo weal), H. K. Bean (Ipswich), R. G. Hamilton (Tabulam X. S. W.-, S. W. Thomas {Cunnamulla), G. \V. Dave (Goodna), A. ^f|y)unne (YVooroona), E. Cliristensen, IL .W. . Russell, H. C. Wyllie, A. E. Lay, H. Smith, C. Heath, L.*A. Code, James Duliig, E. P. Griffin, R.' L. Higginsjfk. G. Jennings, Mrs. J. R. Kemp, R. J. MCuilough, Vincent Price, B. Papi, W M. Snelluig. H. C. Trotter. Brig. General L.-C. Wileon, J. S. Dix. H. W. Knott, T. Foster. Alex Bell, Dr. G. H. M'Cafferty. C. D. Booty, J. D. Holder. J. A. Thatcher, E. P. Anderson, H. Atkinson, Chas. Knott, A. .T. Sailor. C. H. C. Spurgin, Roy W. Neil, Miss A. E. Grassby, Miss E. M. Singer, A. E. Taylor, J...

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

|jf Kedron Amateur Racing -Cliib 3C 'TO-MORROW (Monday) TOMORROW' r'| OCTOBER' 25. ?;; '-:'~; ',?*'* 3 S ? RACES ? S ? | First .Race, 1 p.m. '! Trams direct to Course eVcry few ; Minutes. ?' [ PRICES OF ADMISSION: - r Paddock: Gentle ieu 10/ ''..'{Including ? tax»; Ladies-. -5/ (including tail. ':_:_:. \ Lcger: .Gentlemen, '2/9; ^including ; tax) ; Ladies 2/9 (including-. 4a£)-'..' 'V Motors, y«hicl«5....sfiU.:£p?&&.'£res. ? ? ; E. J. LA\VSENCE,r Manager. '- .'?'' ! Brisbane Amateur i Turf Club Races | (KeriBtercd Under Q.T.C. Hules). ! SATURDAY -NEXT, OCTOBER SO. ALBION 'THOUSAND' ' 1000 SOYS., SEVEN FURLONGS. I 1900 1900 '; SOVS. JM . STAKES; ' SOVS. ! First Race starts at 2. 'Thousand' starts . ? at 3.10; ^- . ' i Charges for Admission ..{Tticfrding Common i *-eaItb Entertainment Tas).— -Paddock: GenUe f men. J 1/ ; ? Ladies, ' 5/ : St. Lesw Enclosure : : Gentlemen. 2/9 ; Ladies. 2/9. \ Albion Thousand Day ! CLUB 1st 2nd. and 3rd DIVISION HANDI i CAP. of 500 Sovs....

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
R.A.C.Q. COMING FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 24 October 1926

R.A.C.Q. THE CLUB BADGE. COMING FIXTURES. Xoven-.ber 0: Fuel Consumption eon test.

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

STATE .FORECAST Fine weather likely to prevail, but sporadic thunderstorms may occur south-west from line Burketown to Rockhampton; warm to very hot generally, but cool change approach inCT T3T firtllt it-irrAnl- . ».;_3- ? ? *« o -— * ''»m-»wi, winas cnieuy north-easterly to north-westerly, but southerly change likely in far south west by Sunday morning. . CITY. Generally fine and hot. but some probability of thunderstorms in the evening; freshening north-. winds.

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

GREASE IN THE TRANSMISSION A humming noise in the t'aiism'ssioii may be caused by an excess of heavy jrrejesc. The ease, never should be more than two-thirds full. Steam cylinder oil or light grease should be used as a lubri cant unless these leuk om. Only then is heavy gre.-ise advisable. A no!sy gear box usually means that it requires lubri cant.

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

GRASS FIRE Shortly before .j o'clock on Satur day affernoou Ihe brigade tvas called to a grass tire in a vacant allotment in Main-street. Kangaroo Point. The flames were extinguished before auy serious damage had been done.

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
PARKING PROBLEM MELBOURNE SCHEME HUGE STATION PROPOSED [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 24 October 1926

PARKING PROBLEM MELBOURNE SCHEME HUGE STATION PROPOSED . T«J;e, Melbourne- motorists- .are deter mined io. solve tl:e parking problem 5ti their city, and tlie prospectus of tbe Melbourne Parking Station Ltd. lias just been issued. The nominal capital of the company is x.;*»u,ouu, ana aireaay C4.000 6hares have been taken up by investors. The primary object of tl e company is to provide motorists with an upto datc parking station on land acquired for £102,000 in Bourke-street, between Elizabeth and Queen streets. The company's architects, Messrs. Barlow ana Hawkins, nave already prepared plans for a fine building on the site. Provision has been made in the plans in addition to parking areas, for a writing lounge, baths, dressing rooms, a well-appointed cafe, a new and rsed ear sales department, to be conducted on .service-giving principles, garden balcony, private lockers, stalls for tl;o sale of tobacco, sweets, etc. THE CITY'S NEED. Tl ere is no parking station in the city of Melbo...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
CARTS COLLIDE A DRIVER INJURED. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 24 October 1926

CARTS COLLIDE A DRIVER INJURED. A horse attached in a milk cart bollrr] ill Guuyah-street, AVjndsor. on Saturday morning and collided with a wood cart, which was being driven bv William Kirkham. an adult, of Gun yali-strt'ot, Windsor. Kirkham was ?thrown on fo (lie roadway, aud lie re eoivrd laccrat ion.s and niirasions on the lrft 1i:hi-] and arm. The ambulance io«k liini to the General Hospital.

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

SEVEEA1, ANSWERS. fcava' writes: I am enclosing sketch of engine; you may recognise the model. Would it improve the engine's efficiency if I fitted two silencers and two carburetters? I jiuiv nave a single piug m cacn cvlin der, but there is a spaoe for another one. Can I fit two plugs to each cylinder without fitting another mag neto? Answer.— Many thanks for your painstaking sketch, which I am re turning to you. Do not consider seriously the fitting of either two carburetters or two silencers, as neither would give you a material gain. Further, two plugs arc pro vided in each cylinder, so that two forms of ignition may be fitted, namely, eoil-ljattery, and' magneto. I do not advise you to run two plugs per cylinder upon either of the two systems. Since my last to you I am able to supply a near answer to some of your previous questions re your car. as follows: Year 1913-4, speed approximately 40 m-p.h., petrol con sumption npproximately VJ m.p.g., horse power 13.9. PETEOL OB INLET ...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
BADLY HURT GIRL FALLS FROM HORSE [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 24 October 1926

. BADLY HURT GIRL FALLS FtiOM HORSE MUKWILLUMBAH, Saturday.— Mag- g!e O'Sulliran, daughter of Mrs. M. E. O'Sulliva,n, of Uki, sustained serious in juries when she fell from a horse on Thursday night. She is in hospital in a Accompanied hy Miss p. Stanford, Miss O'Sullivan 'was proceeding on liorse l-ack to Mr. Gill's residence at CHiowan Creek, where she ivas to have attended a party. The two jjirls were cantering along the road, and when MiSs Stan ford, who was leading, looked back she saw he companion falling over the back of her horse. Miss Stanford turned back immediately and found her friend lying unconscious ou the roadway. . The injured : girl was taken to her home, and subsequently brought to Mur willumbah for medical attention. It \\~zjs found ihnt- slip linri cii«fnTn*»il liiTiirinc to the spiue an«l a fracture of both sides of the skull. 'When the lioree was rct-iiplured it was discovered that one of tlie stirrup leathers was broken. This is tliouglit to hare been the cau...

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

j FINNEY'S I 1 ANNOUNCE A \ ? ' :M Special j Sale of I British 1 Stocks I J The old adage about it being :%m t an ill-wind that fails to ' -s.'M \ benefit someone is true M I about the British Coal M Strike. i 1 When things were at their ' M worst during late August, J| and the outlook was the M blackest, trade was at a .M standstill. Wo one knew vl l what to do, nor what the ;i future had in store. Manu- ? . .3 facturers were offering ' -h extraordinary' discounts in ~ 'M their efforts to sell their '*M wares. It was a rare chance 1 for one of our Managing I Directors who was in Lon- . .;. . .'? vf don buying for our season's .-?.'?. £ trade, and he made the most :-;j of ft. With one of our ?: . .\ft Departmental Managers who :i: accompanied him, he started 'j in to collect the most aston- ; i ishing lot of bargains which i any Queensland house has -;H J had for a long time. The * J-: I goods, or, at any rate, *a 1 quantity of his purchases, . i i have arrived. They go on i -'v sal...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
RUNAWAY TRAM Strikes a Stationary Car Twenty-Four Passengers Hurt [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 24 October 1926

RUNAWAY. TRAM ? -«. ? Strikes a Stationary Car Twenty-Four Passengers Hurt i ? ? SYDN-bX, Saturday. — Twenty-four passengers were injured when a tram car, rounding the bend from George-street into Circular Quay, got out of control and crashed into another tram which was stationary opposite Lane Cove jetty. The accident occurred at 1 o'clock this afternoon, and, it is stated, the runaway was caused through the tram -wheels slipping on some . melted tar opposite the Circular Quay fits station. Those treated in hospital, mostly for shock and abrasions, were: — MiBs Catherine Fergusou (28), typiste, Walton Crescent. Abbotsford. TW;Dr, fHa-?T-c Ponfnld ^21'i. to.ae.her. HastingErparade. Bopdi. . Miss Cecil ie At^e, wcrejairr of the Feminist Olnb (5l5t,.Spit-xW, Mo-s- man. ' ? ' ?'.'?? Miss' G«rtrude Brnnughn (29), Mary street, Longiieville The following were sfishlly injured, either from abrasions or shock, but de clined to ro to hospital: — ^Mrs. Eoyston, AvenueTona, mosuian; miss Jean ...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
AEROPLANE MECHANIC KILLED Cut Down By the Propellor MACHINE DESTROYED BY FIRE [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 24 October 1926

AEROPLANE MECHANIC KILLED ? ♦ ? Cut Down By the Propellor MACHINE DESTROYED BY FIRE PERTH, Saturday. — Whilst arranging: the final details for the trial flight of an aeroplane at the Maylands Aeroplane, Frank James Barnes (32) was struck on the legs and knees by the propellor and died at the Perth Hospital three hours later. Barnes was a mechanic who had reconstructed the areo planc for a private company which intended making short flights around the city. He had installed a self-starter to do away with tlie necessity for spinning the propellor Patrick Lynch Bloss, who saw service daring the war is 3. pilot with the Air Force, was in the cockpit when Barnes was struck. He jumped out to aid Barnes leaving the engine run ning. Before he could get back to turn the petrol off the ma chine burst into flames and was practically destroyed, with the exception of the engine which was thrown six feet away from the burning mass.

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

A PLEASANT MEDICINE ? ♦ ? One of ?''? * notable advancements in the realm of modern medicine is that which renders nyjdic.inal £Ub3tanccE palatable without detracting from their effective ad ion. In so far ns pleasant ness of taste is concerned Nyal's Figsen is claimed to be a preparation not sur passed by any similar laxative prepara tion that money can buy. Figsen, wbii'h is offered to ihe publie of Queeng l:i..d through the agency of all chemists, is put up in lolly form, and can be car ried iu the poek-et mid taken whenever and wherever needed. Its excellence may be readily tested without cost In filling in and mailing tl coupon in the bottom corner of- the advertisement pub lished in this issue, of 'The Sunday Mail.'

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

i Showroom ? *^k Jjj M To-morrow Monday Jt hi MM LADIES' and CHILDREN'S FROCKS AT SENSATIONALLY LOW PRICES. \Jk fjm OUTSTANDING BARGAINS IN NEW MILLINERY. MA E|h LADIES' and CHILDREN'S UNDERWEAR AT NEXT TO GIVE-AWAY PRICES. fjm «— ~&K&\ AN 0FFERINa ABSOLUTELY UNPARALLELED in genuineness and timeliness. ^-v Effl Mm ?? jfiSt Many s?ecjal and biS' Purchases have been made, resulting in phenomenal price f ^A mwt W~M mTe!ti0^sTrth? benefi1??f which we are passing on to those who will participate. krt^^J MM W M ' y^ following as a brief but excellent example of hundreds more opportunities WT^r^ WtWk Wfl /*'§C' m\ specially prepared for you. - J£h~\^ B M M w3 H™ a«- 16/11 ii1 tr li #« Colored Voile Robes, some WM trimmed with insertion at Jfm front, in shades of Fink, jm Saxe, Navy, and Grey; ?? others trimmed with in II sertion at side, in Navy, ... Grey, Mastic, and Helio .^ shades. Sizes S.W., W., land O.S. i f\ /£? in^fot :... lU/b 1 | Evening Frocks of Art tP ill [fljl...

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

THE WOMEN'S OWN i ?' . ? j KELVIN GROVE MEETING. A meeting wae lieJfl at the Memorial j Hall. Kelvin Grove, last. Monday oven : -ntr. when it was decided to form a ladies' club, as ;.n adjunot to the Kel vin Grove Amateur Athletic Club. A ballot was laken lo aetenmne me Tonns of recreation to be followed, popular . opinion favouring swimming and pliysie.il (.-ulture. Tt was decider to hold the first swim at the Spring; Hill l-:iths next Thursday. Consideration w;is given* to tin' forming of a pliysiviil culture class, final aetion being deferred for a week to ,iJ]ow of f-erfain inquiries to be made. Miss V. Murray was elected honorary secretary, and Miss T. Bobba honorary | treasurer. A committee consisting of Misses E, Young. M, Walker. E. M'Caini. M. Linnane, and M. Jones, also was :ij-pointed. v Voysey — Moorcroft. At St. Paul's Cliurcrli of Kngland. Taring:), on October 10- Mr. II. W. Voy gey (third son of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Voysey» Clayfield) was married to Aliss E. Mooreroft (...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
M'DONNELL AND EAST'S BARGAIN WEEK [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 24 October 1926

M'DONNELL AND EAST'S BARGAIN WEEK M'Donuell and East, Ijtd.. announce on another page of this issue the hold ing of a showroom bargain week com mencing Monday. This event promises much for ladies who will visit the 'White Store.' The firm state that many special purchases have been made, resulting in big price concessions, the benefits of which will be passed on to early shoppers. Ladies and children's frocks, millinery, underwear, corsets, etc., iu the newest .styles and materials will be offered. Bargain tables will hold innumerable opportunities to Save money on the fashions of the season, especially in ladies' robes. The firm state that this showroom week should evoke much interest, / in consideration of the fact that right at the beginning of the sea son M'Donnell and East are offering wanted garments at exceptionally low prices. MAKE MONEY.— Postal or personal tuition in hairdreseing. Profitable fascinating. Special October offer, Isa Saloon, Wickham-street.* Xcver mind about ...

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

SHOWROOM SALE -AT BARNES* ' ,M?fSR5.. BatBev Ltd.* announce that; the annual lft-day showroom sal»? com- I ai^ncej ^.to-morrow : m,orniit|!;. Spedal bargains will.be offered in ladies' frocks, satin coats, millinery, underclothing, - an-i corsets, .and in maids' and children's frocks and. underclothing. All other de partments are ^allying wiflu.Aiargairis ' to make the occasion. £yen-.'jc ore gener ally inyiting. Pub^Ehed- elsewhere is ft . full page advertisement ..o^_ Messrs. ^arijesjt Ltd., to : which special attention is drawn. 'r- /.-?_? ? _» ? _ W hen it comes to scourincTlhe earth j a defective often can give' a scrub- ' w--men a. few pointers. ?

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

?' ' ^1 I I w ? ^ B 1- la - BB^^B1^^3^E|^B^ff^^^^BWH*?BHPal ^^ . HUP eABvLoms£EL ' ? ? ? * * . ^ - .'tai ? ? .. ? ' ? ? ' - | ^^jHj^^k. ZQ9 Quern, Street I . siijIDen hosieryVI fe,: '???:,?? . ? - ? ? ?. ? * » m Fa^iuiM Shades ' At present we are showing a spleu 1 . (did range of Silken Hosiery ill the very latest styles and all the colours of the season's mode. -jwvuv-trui. They are priced so reasonably that ?-wwi-'wwtf ' ^ it is decidedly to ^--our advantage Sm to inspect these lines before going Mail Ordcr? ,l.. , elsewhere. W mdow CarcfuIJy Present da\' frocking demands that' Displays. your hosiery shall be the correct Executed. complement — nothing less — and . ' JJean's Hosiery Parlor gives you A»'vu'^vwwv the opportunity of fitting yourself out -with Fashionable Summer Hosiery at a. reasonable cost. Jeans' Hosiery for Style that Wears. JEANS' HOSIERY PARLOR . 209 Queen-street —Brisbane. j OPPOSITE GORDON & GOTCH. I ? «««_„«„_„ ? ~ — — 't ' i CAN YOU SOLVE T.IE 'TW/JN'...

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

—FROM THE HARBOUR CITY— (By A. P.) i j Future fashions are not as interest i ing as the mode of the moment, but j by watching and forecasting their 1 trend in Paris, some idea can be i gained of the direction that they trill take, so the oliange of fashions, in j etead ot coming as a drastic surprise. i may be prepared for gradually. For I quite a long time the semi-fitting I bodice has been grovring into favour, I and one of the smartest frocks worn j at the races showed that the normal waist Hue is to be observed. This j charming and » picturesque frock, I which was the dernier ori. presented j many new features. It was made of i lilac*. coloured taffetas. The semi-tight J fitting bodice. was buttoned down the ' front. The buttons were not close I together, they were about three inches j apart, that was the first new note. The ? --ollar was turned back in revers and ! finished with a collar of lace just at ? the back. The sleeves were quite ? full, bishop's sleeves, caught into a ...

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