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RAILWAY SMASH WAGGONS TELESCOPED BUMPED OFF RAILS [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 24 October 1926

RAILWAY SMASH — ?*- — WAGGONS TELESCOPED BUMPED OFF BAILS IPSWICH, Saturday.— A smash of a serious nature occurred in the railway yards at Korth Ipswich about 10 o'clock to-night. woomba wa? pulling into the yard, when the engine crashed into two 30ft S tim ber waggons. The impact was severe, the buffers of .the rear waggon smash ing the front of the engine. Both waggons were bumped off the rails, and the waggons telescoped, the froDt one suffering the greater damagp. The buffers and ironwork of both ?wag- gons were twisted and beut. t The breakdowu gang was quickly nn the scene, but the line was not clcraed at a late hour to-uight.

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

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

ATTEMPT TO BLOW SAFE fVlien Mr. Koberts, the manager of the State butcher's shop at the corner of James and Kent, streets. Xew Faim, went there early on Saturday morning , ? £ ? J .i,._j_ _ ? I M. ? A , ? 3 *__ ? Be ioudu mat an aircru|ii naa ueen made to blow the F3fe. The charge had not exploded, and the intruder*, left without getting any money. Eu trance was gained by cutting a hole in the hack door. Frederick Nixon, of Lang-street, Fairfield, was riding his motor cycle along North Quay about 7.30 o'clock 011 Saturday niglit when the engine backfired. The wiring sjstem of the engine caught fire, and was slightly damaged

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

'CUTTING NECK' A CORNISH CUSTOM In Cornwall the farmers follow a quaint old custom called 'cutting neck,' that is, cutting the last ehcaf of com that is standing-. . During those 'weeks of harvesting it mav have been a race with the weather. Even on the very day when the farmer expects to see the culmination of his hopes rain may come. But to the farmer who, in a good season and with sufficient help, finds him self, perhaps even in the dusk of that fateful day, ready to 'cut neck? it is a grand occasion. The custom is celebrated right roy ally. The reaping machine has com nletftri it.s last swathe and the tired horses come to a standstill. The hands gather around the farmer as he ad vances, scythe in hand, and with deft sweep lays tbe last lock beside the others. As it reaches the ground his foreman shouts: 'What 'ave 'ee? What 'ave 'ee? What 'ave 'ee?' 'A neck — a neck!' hie master replies. Then a shout arises from the worKera, a hearty 'Hoorah!' which is given thrice. If the eveni...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
GEORGE ROBEY LAUGHTER-MAKER'S DON'TS [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 24 October 1926

GEORGE ROBEY LAUGHTER-MAKE.R'S DON'TS 'Don't be precocious,' Mr. George Eobey warns very young girls; ''enjoy Einstein and your Oliver Lodge in the privacy of your nursery, lint try not to make the grown-ups feel out of it.' The above is one of a vast collection of 'Don'ts' ordained by George Bobey and published in book form. They aro couched in the popular comedian's more subtle and restrained style, and carefully classified for ages, sexes, and occasions. On dining out George advises: — Don't eat your neighbour's bread as well as your own. Leave room for things you don't get every day. Don't talk unless you are spoken to. It I is apt to lose valuable tin.o. j Don't attempt difficult feats in public, I such as eating grape fruit or asparagus. ; Don't Congratulate vnnr fair ni»inrlihniii-S on her appetite. Girls in love are warned against ask iug 'him' if they are 'the only .girl he ever loved. Some men cannot tell a lie.' To the Swain. 'Don't be jealous of her little dog; she is si...

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

'; V^i_- ^— ^ -? !? .^ ?'?.---':?_- **/-f'' -. -' v :- /^^^.P^agCTK Our Annual 10-Day Showroom Sale is a straight-out bargain event, exceptionally attractive to /!£?&* °'i(wHV I smart and thrifty women. Every line in the showroom is reduced in price during this event, and VgmPW V^lEF you will be amazed at the astounding bargains in Frocks, Millinery, Satin Coats, Maids' Clothing, i j^'f X ^^ Corsets, Underclothing and Children's Wear. An early inspection will repay you tenfold. ^^^M^ ^S* X Matron*1;*/!! Wdl- .. JBH^pH' '' made Hduw Frock. , l§- *B*»t '#^ s } smartly r ' trimmed ' contrartiw fi&- ^W^ J.' '' y shades, 'finished pocket. ?i ? ' ea. . ^ 29/11-For 10 Days it . ^HVi 'elffcr you a 'wonderful sacrifice of Trimmed Millinery. j,. In all the newest shapes and colours. Preflj- drooped h- strati' Hats, trimmed trith flowers and rihl'ou. adding a 9 very jrmccfiil line, and most l-i-ooniinc- Thnse most ai I tractive hats ivcf-ffcr you at 20/11, Bcdiiccd from 39/fi, ...

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

Wbat medical men advise 1 When jrqur ndrves 'get on edge' you' knpvp it-r^aod so do your friends. That is -. Nature's signal.. When you consult your Medical MaiK and he says 'SCOTT'S /EMULSION' he is just expressing the j confidence of the Profession and in what ?; the knows -to be-a safe, reliable body yv building product. After a very few - ???'?.;??? doses jie*' ragged nerves' feeling will ; disappear. SCOTT'S Emulsion enriches the blood and tones the whole system. Scotts Emulsion ; J^^thcjisheymaf^^ on every package \Prestribcd in cases m¥^jm^ Of great value /« V- ?.'?.'' of rickets\ anamiat BT^T consumption and all wasting, debility etc.) bLa affections of the ''''?. and after. ati/fevers. %PB$ throat and chest. -- ??^|Bi|i|HA||l*-*a'l'|i''9n Ask Your Nutse ffr J ||9^^B|w I Ask Your Chemist II *^^^mg*Wk 1 Ask Your Doct°r - . . '^K^^^^^^^g&JBoM!*. & wllat ** the B£ST— the absolute best III ^^^^^?y^^W^- 9 . —Soap to iise when bathing a new ||| - ?' '9^^^H^^bS*S^»^...

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

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Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
VIGNETTES AT THE SEASIDE COMEDY AND DRAMA [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 24 October 1926

VIGNETTES — «. — AT THE SEASIDE COMEDY AND DRAMA Jonathan, ns usual, took the first pJungr. Jonathan in the water has a certain prestige, owing to his being cap' tain of the sohool team, and having mas tered the difiieut art. of crawling without fore forced, in that element, to regard Jonathan with a definite, if temporary, respect. 'Good-bye. Jonathan,' we called out, as he set off- His dark head bobbed away from us into the distance- We planted a deck-chair on the shingle for Aunt Jezebel, gave her the 'Children's and Lucia's sunshade, and all the bath towels and everybody's beach-shoes and Marilyn's spade aud bucket to wind, and descended into the shallow and secure waters of our own familiar coast line. * * * The fair young man' and the dark girl swam back to the dinghy in which ti-«y had rowed out from the shore, and from which they had dived into the dee)), limpid water. She threw her primrise -yellow bath-soap- round her gleaming shoulderis, shook back her sho*-':, wet hair f...

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

v;'K1|P|KOBoe8:.Mo««-nianOne ijj|9^ !lv ^^SlKihJngled Hair.JHif I «? — -ttj/ /I m&sMWA jR '~ ^^^\^-^/ mffffMmA.iwMA / .... \ AT&fljer ecstatic customer — IflifronluB \ .'-' «jiy hair fell out so much that I Was (wF^^W #-- frightened even to touch it. The re3iilt Jw j» X .x*/!??*. of using KOKO vras marvellous. My {ffiMlllh'i ? .-??''*--??-;-?*-?' \ hair' now looks lovely. Everyone raves mbMBHIm ? -?*'',-??.. ^v.-v ? ;over it There is nothing like KOKO for W' |W ?, /.V : / : Jflie hair, so clean and cooling without (m'u^[\ /;??'*? ? y*;/ Try, KOKO once, and you will be de- ?'(?LiA '.£??** . ;'i* ? lighted with its cleansing, refreshine; ef- MttflflLw /'???? : ifect on the scalp. Enraptured with the mRHP ' ? /* ?_ shimmering sheen it brings to dead dull W B[**Y ?** c^OW hafr overnight Don't quibble about it. lil/lfll, » -?f^BI^ ind* don't doubt. Buy Koko from the next flflffljtfil S^flNfifel Chemist you pass, use it once on shingled vlra^Sl . Xj^^SHK : ? hair, and you ...

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

^_ ? ? — ; ? ; ? Mr ^2£^M - IDu-OSyllb flays its modeshjark^ \\ ,$? 1VTISS AUSTRALIA has made her triumphant ? I -^L , entry into America's pageant of beauty — ' I j||[ advices to hand telling of the feteing in her honour, of -% . m sffljjjwkL sight seeing and entertainments iri tiic company of notable citizens. NB /^y/iM.^^ Wherever she goes Miss Australia is carrying through with M Jagj^S^i^SsSgb. unqualified success the role of Australia s Ambassador of 1 ? ^mfoljf D^^ Beauty. Her task is made easier by a nice*sense of discrim- ' ? J^^^^^^^^^^ ination in dress, her innate charm imparting its subtle influence. v JM ^^^wrmww^^^ to the clothes she chooses. In such an important dress detail as . T ? -^Jj^^^g|][ Hosiery, Miss Australia has left nothing to chance and by I j3r||§||j|^7^==^ wearing only Bond's ' D.u-O-Sylk ' she is acclaiming to the j . 9 MrjT^^^^^^^^^^^^ American woman that Australian Hosiery also can vie in m '^^^STiSpfilu^^ beauty with the best that the world produces...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
TALKS ON HEALTH BY A FAMILY DOCTOR FACTS ABOUT THE SPINE [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 24 October 1926

TALKS ON HEALTH BY A FAMILY DOCTOR FACTS ABOUT THE SPINE I have often asked you to go to the li'usoum and glance at tho human *Koit ton in the glass --asc. You will note (hat. the spine at the back sticks up like a flagstaff, and I want you to remember that, in the flesh, that flassta has to sun port all the organs which are attached to the front of it- During life the spine l« being dragged down and forward by the weight of everything in the abdo men, including the three or four stone of useful suet which some of you seem to think is an ornament of dignity. If the spine is being dragged forward, something must must keep it up behind, there must be a guy-line to the flagstaff This, important duty is performed by the muscles of the back, and a rough time some of them have, poor things! The old washer-lady at the tub all day feels that her back is fit to break in halves This fact may be tucked away in your memory for future use — the commonest cause of backache is fatigue. Try to make...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
PARIS IN THE LOOKING GLASS Paris, September 1. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 24 October 1926

PARIS »- w LOOKING GLASS (By Germaine.) Paris. September I. Styles appear m waves. They tome and go like the ocean itself, rolling for ward and receding, each one moving a little further and carrying the whole volume onward. When the movement has spent itself the reverse occurs. The tides g-o out. A Jong period of simplicity or repression in styles of fashion, in form and colour, gave way lately to the in 6Urgcnce of extreme modes, elaboration of detail, fabrics gorgeous and costly, and vivid hues. Innovations that re quired the most radical readjusting of standards of taste were illustrated in a new silhouette. There were new and vary ing skirt lengths, new lines of decol letage, new sleeves, and new waistlines The figui^ of woman was almost made over, Little by little have preconceived ideas, old patterns, and prejudices been overcome, and the startling has become the commonplace, the extreme is accepted as the usual. In this evolution, some obvious benefits have been received, an...

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

AN EASY WAY OUT. A Spanish writer with an aversion to things English tries to avoid acquaint ances of that nation.-iHtv. One dav. how ever, he was slopped in the street by an Englishman to whom he owed money. The creditor wasted no words. 'Kascal!'' he shouted. 'When are you going to pay me? I've been waiting four months and won't stand it any longer. Haven't you any sense of shame?'' It was a difikult situation for the writer, and his reply, when it came, was for the benefit of the crowd that had collected. 'And you,''' said he, with affected non chalance, 'what did yon reply to all that?''

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

THE RARE TYPE. 'And so you are not married vot?' ?Xo.*' 'Engaged ?*' 'So ' 'What's the matter?' 'Well, father says that my husband must be a keen, and experienced man, of good health and good habits; mother says he must be frugal, industrious, and attentive; and I say lie niuet be handsome dashing, talented, and rich. We are still looking for him*.'

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
COLTS (NO. 2) SUCCESS A NARROW VICTORY TEAM'S GOOD TOTALS [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 24 October 1926

COLTS (NO. 2) SUCCESS ? +? ? A NARROW VICTORY TEAM'S GOOD TOTALS At Raymond Park Eastern Suburbs failed by only .'- runs to reach the 303 scored by the Xo. 2 Colts the previous Saturday. Had better judgment been exercised by the Eastern Suburbs bats men in miming bctweeu the wif.ki't.H t\u- iu?is would have been an easy matter, as the wicket was all that could have been desired for hatting. FarquHar. Grant ami Howe, whose batting was of a high order, were fun out. The fielding of the.Coits was a con tributing- cause to their getting the three-point win. It was very good, and it made up for their rather weak bowl ling. Their captain. J* S. Hutchcon, was absent from Brisbane, and the old interstate ulaver. T. T5 p^m^ «/*.--/) as leader. ? GRANT 'S DOUBLE PERFORMANCE. (jrant 's slow bowiiug was very destruc tive, lie obtained six wu-kets for 54. He also scored 9.~- for his first game iu Brisbane — a line double perform ance. Farqubar. wlio was '29 not out- and liiekey, one not out, the...

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

WIRELESSED NO TIME TO LOSE. 'Jsow, suppose,'* said. ;the teacher ''a man working on the river bank sud denly^ fell in. He could not swim, and would he in dangvr of drowning. ficture the sctne. The jnan's sudden fall, Ilie call for heln. His wife, knowing his peril and hearing his cries, rushes immediately tb the bank. Why docs she rush to the bank?' A boy exclaimed: 'To draw his in. feuray.ee money.''

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
UNIVERSITY WINS MARGIN OF 19 RUNS [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 24 October 1926

UNIVERSITY WINS MARGIN OF !9 RUNS University soeiired their ftrst win of the season against No. I Coite. The students liaii l«sl five wickets for 4G runs a* a-gitiust 81 aiade by the Colt£ oi; I lie first day. The re-maiuins wickets went clieardv. and had not -suiidrieo'' 2J appeared lite iin J.- It would liave beeji more intrr 1'btl.tjr. However, the students were out for 100, which gave them the lead on tiie first inning* and the victory. In their second- innings, with nothing in the lxilnnce, a number -jf the colts ran into, double figures i^itickiy and well, the impression beiny left that they would be seen to bettor advantage if thc^y released some of the restraint that ivas noticeable in the first innings. Areher baited very well. Scon.*;' — -O. 1 COLTS. First Innings, 81. Second Innings. r. Arclicr,' sip; jviuir, D Allan ? 4. V. rl'n'dc, C M'Dougall. b Hockincs .... '0 K. liubtiard. c BockinSs. b Allan .. ..82 K. I^lio.v, '? c Buckle, -b HorklnRS ? 20 A. St-onc. c and l- Crai...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
This is WHERE WE SMILE LISTENING-IN [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 24 October 1926

[?] LISTENING-IN rr i- - ^i f ? 'Were you fired with enthusiasm when you tackled your first job?' 'Was 1? Say, boss I never saw a man bo glad to* get rid of me in my life.' Screen Star's Hubby— 'If I were to die, would you marry again, dear?' The Star — 'The very idea. Why should I wait for that?'' Howard — 'How does you new ear run?' Daniel^— 'It tuns out aud in.' Howard — 'What do you mean ?' Daniel — 'It runs out of petrol and into every thing.' 'Mary,'' said grandma, 'run into the hall and see if the old clock is going.' Mary obeyed. 'No, grandma,' ehe replied. ' 'It isn't going; it's just standing still where it is, wagging its tail.' 'Where are your mother and father, little boy!' 'Ma is home telling the bridge club bow much pa is worth and pa's at his office telling the income-tax man how much he isnx wortli.' Investieator — 'What are your living expenses f' Raetus— 'Ah dunno, boss. Vo' see4 All ain't through livih' yit.' 'So you are the sole survivof of a shipwreck? Tell me ...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
VALLEY BEATEN SOUTH'S QUICK SCORING VICTORY BY 59 RUNS [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 24 October 1926

VALLEY BEATEN ? 4- ? SOUTH'S QUICK SCORING VICTORY BY 59 RUNS Spectators at the No. 1 Exhibition Ground witnessed sonic brisk batting. South Brisbane had 217 runs U» make to wiii in three hours, mid they secured that total with time ami wickets to spare. J lie nrsi ov runs came iu ^o '.iiinutos, 100 iji 08 minute--, and 150 in ?00 minutes. When Oiil gut out, de:ui iiuwledlty Sim with u fast bail tliat he was too slow in vnduavtmriug to uiei.'t. the batting was much quieter. AT:iney curried their previous week's score from 159 for 7 wickets fJ -113 i» ono hour on Saturday. The total was niif rno^irilrxl :)« OTPrlt witll tllp wickfit good aud batsmen of merit to face the bowling. The outlook improved con siderably for South in the first hour's Ij.'ittiJig. C'iU was iiobig splejididly, and X. BeestoJ), too, w;is providing the on topberri with clean work ;ill round the wiclset. Not'aiug better in riming has hi'pn (;!'(.'» this swiso)! .-it the pri))';ip;)J ;ri--!ijini. He was i-ut at i»...

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