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VALUE FOR MONEY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 24 October 1926

VALUE FOR MONEY. A Jewish moneylender had been elected a member of an exclusive country golf club. The master caddie had asked him if he desired to have his name imprinted on bis golf balls. **Anfi mil Tniil/? nut imr nfimn nil a dozen balls' at that price?'' 'Yes,'' was the response. 'And vould you put on them my ad dress, too!' 'Yes.' 'For de same priccf 'Yes.' 'Voll, den, for the same price would you mind putting on them 190 — Office hours, 9 to 5?'

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
THE NOVEL WHAT OF BEST SELLERS PUBLISHER'S VIEWS [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 24 October 1926

THE NOVEL — .«. — WHAT OF BEST SELLERS PUBLISHER'S VIEWS There is written, somewhere in the mysterious archives of authorship, a recipe for the writing of a novel which shall hit the public's taste, and bring the author a whirlwind of ? vjoritivB, iu sav nointng aooul tlic goodly profit for the publisher Authors of both sexes are alvravs searching for this formula for th-? successful novel. Oddly enough, the more you search for it the more illu sive it becomes. That's the way of the thing. Many misguided writers and_ those who ought to know better — sit down in the sombre quiet of their library, and stick their tongue hard in one of their cheeks, aud ? 'Now, we'll give 'cm something to think about. I know exactly what they want in the way of a popular novel. It's as easy as winking. . . . Think of the tripe that's turned out! How in the name of goodness old Caesar's 'The Trapping of Anthony' ran to 100.000 beats me hollow.' The trouble of it is that as soon as you sit down to try an...

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

BOWS OF ALL KINDS Watteau bows, says a Parisian obser ver, a.Te to he seen on the back of the bodice, between the shoulders; Louis XIII bows on the front of the dress, with long loose ends hanging down to the bottom of the skirt; bows of taffeta, faille, satin creoe and lame: bows of fur placed like a long- necktie or as an oru.i ment on pockets, or as a wrap fastening, or again on the waistband, or panels or waistcoat adorn every kind of dress. They are wide, Jong, supple, pretty, and full of movement and they give sur prisiug effectiveness to all sorts of toi lettes. . * . ?

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

VERY RESERVED. She came on to the crowded parade and looked in vain for a vacant deck chair. It seemed that the entire popula* tion had come out to listen to the band. At last she caught a glimpse of one, but, approaching, found that a young man sitting on the next eeat had put his hat and paper on it. Perhaps he was keeping it for someone. She looked at it significantly for some time, but he did not appear to notice or offer to remove his belongings, and al though she walked Jbackwards and for wards past it several times nobody had come to claim it. At last she determined to make a bid for it. Pausing before it, she inquired of the young man, coldly: 'Is this seat reserved?'' 'Oh, rather 1' he said, promptly. 'iVe been here for an hour and it hasn't spoken a word.'

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)
A MISUNDERSTANDING. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 24 October 1926

A MISUNDfiSSf AKDMte. In a certain small-town school there was a pupil whose iiam6 was Ivor, who possessed a vivid imagination and spent most of his pocket money on motion pic tures. Naturally, he did not often find th« school subjects ed interesting a* those illustrated by his favourite stars. But one day the teacher -told the children oi her encounter with a. tramp. With dramatic gestures she reacted the climax of her story, and then concluded by saying: 'And then I fainted.' Young Ivor, interested at last, gazed at his teacher with admiration and aw- written largely on his face. He was the first to break the silence. 'With yer left or yer right!' he asked.

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

fg Clothes § .ass .-Cm fe« expeotod to last if you 2E V SSS *-J«w dust ami flreas* to rot and ;— - '~2 destray . the fabrio. Have them ^= '? :SS regularly dry-cleaned, shaped, and — — * .-— vrassed at Alexanders, and they — s 5= w«l Jast TWO AND THREE TIMES =S -. SS as Ions. ' - iSS ==' Send for latest Booklet. =?= ?~ It i» brimful «f valuable Inform*- =TS ? *—— -tibn on saving clothes: also con- ?'' ISS- tains- price-list. Everyone should SSi ?= have H. =S5 '-— ? Inqutrie*. Invited. — - : SES Orders mailed anywhere. S5S --\l Alexanders | ?f ^Dry-Cleaning Specialists, =E ''|f BRISBANE. §| ? ~ City Depots: ~ ' SS5 Adtlaide-st ' Orjt.' Finney's. SS * i -322 Town Hall, Queen-st. SS - ~~ Valley. On?. Foy's- — — nliiiiHmiHiiiiiiHimiHiimiiiiiiiimii [?] - 8«t Selected LIGHT WINjES at reasonable ? pricai. Morning or afternoon teat, aerated .- water*, etc. .: .. ' , : LUXURIOUS SURROUNDINGS. VALLELY'S ACACIA GARDEN ' . (Under Australia Hotel). * Corner - Albert and Queen Streets, » . ' BRISB...

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

FOR REAL SERVICE fintorists find ' The DsHy Mail1' unsur pcsied. IIIBIBIIIIllBIIiniBBBIRQaBIEllHIBCaiiqii ' . H Bb#@ PRECISION ^f||T v\ TOOLS ^ s ? We have a good ranKc of BROWN & SHARPE ? PRECISION TOOLS, from the simple calliper to S the delicate Micrometer measuring to 1-10,000 part * of an inch. M n . ' ? MBMM iBBnlvfll^^^S^^^fl^9^B^B^HBHB^Bflfl^3B Wm 1 If you are not able to call and look these tools over, ? write for an illustrated catalogue of BROWN & 5 I SHARPE TOOLS. We will gladly send you one ? I if you will give us the name of your employer. £ i - -5 ! MARTIN WILSON BROS. 5 - S I LTD \\ yv Bj ! ^C^/j^ 2' ADELAIDE-STREET, . /A*( 5 i\t&W BRISBANE. PS#« 'The Spirit That Moves' WARATAH MOTOR SPIRIT | THE HIGHEST [ j QUALITY SPIRIT j i ON THE I ] MARKET j U £?? NEPTUNE OIL CO. LTD. BRISBANE AND ALL AUSTRALIAN STATES. EVERY MOTORIST SHOULD READ ' ' ''' THE STEERING WHEEL The Motor Journal of Queensland and the Nortliern Rivers of New South Wales. ; : BR...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
BUNDABERG RACES WIN FOR SUNBIN [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 24 October 1926

BUNDABERG RACES ? ^- ? WIN FOR SUNBIN BrNDABERG, Sat urday.— Bright. sunnr weather, coupled with an attractive pro gramme, was responsible for a good attPiuJ ance at to-day's meeting of the Bundabers Jockey Club. Results: — TRIAL HANDICAP. 3 Furloncs. FLASH MARY, £.]£ ? (P. Holland) 1 COOL JEAN. S.10 ? (E. Tanwaji) 2 DOUBLE BAR. 8.2 ? (V. Betts) ,'; Won by a lensth : half a 'length. Time, 1.4. Betting: « to A SjrainFt Cool Jean, 5 to 2 FLASH MART, 4 to 1 Double Bar. FIFTH DIVISION, 5 Furlongs. THE TENOR. 8.7 ? (K. Tanwan) 1 SUNBIH. 0.9 ? (W. Atkinson) 2 DUTCH MATT, 9.S ? (E. Griffin) 3. Won by a head; half a leneth. Time, 1.3. Betting: 2 to 1 agaiust the winner. SIXTH DIVISION, 4 Furlongs. JOHN WILLIE, S.6 ? (E. Tanwan) 1 CANOODLE. S.S ? (H. M'FiHan) i SPECULATION. 10.3 .- .. -B- '? £e*er' 8 Won by » head : a length. Time. 50sec. Bel tine: 7 to I against Speculation, 10 to 1 JOHX WILLTE, 4 to 1 Canoodle. TORCHYf^.^Tr^.^n-olU) , L Won by a length; half a len£h. Tme, 1.16 2-5. Betting...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
NOT HARD ENOUGH. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 24 October 1926

NOT HARD ENOUGH. The club bore — unfortunately, he was one of the committee, and had insisted on giving a speech — had been talking so long that the exasperated chairman at tempted to prod him with a stick to make him Kit f?nWT» But it was all in vain— nothing could stop him once he was under way. Finally, one of the diners, braver than I the rest, threw a salt-cellar at him. The aim was bad, and, missing the speaker by about two inches, it struck a man sitting beside him on the head. The latter fell to the floor senseless. Immediately several of the others sprang to his aid, and after restoratives had been applied for a quarter of an hour, he opened his eyes. Then he was heard to remark: 'Hit me again, somebody! I can still hoar him!''

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
HEROIC'S SENSATIONAL "COME-BACK" RACING AT MOONEE VALLEY Royal Charter Wins The Cup RARON SHOWS IMPROVEMENT Heroic Badly Beats Limerick (BY "SIRDAR.") [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 24 October 1926

HEROIC'S SENSATIONAL ' COME-BACK ' RACING AT JWOONEE VALLEY . ? ? -*? ? Royal Charter Wins The Cup RARON SHOWS IMPROVEMENT Heroic Badlv Beats Limerick (BY 'SIRDAR.') MELBOURNE Saturday. — The M.oonee Valley Cup meeting this after noon was the most successful in the Ir's tory of the club, and it is very lucky in haring the fixture sandwiched between ****** VMH1M«V.« Ullll MX^IUI/UI il^ UUWS. ?? UC 'oatlook early this morning was far from promising. Steady rain set in about 5 o'clock and continued until close on to breakfast time. Even after the rain ceased the sky was very threatening, but the cloud masses dispersed shortly after 9 o'clock, and his solar majesty appeared on the scene in all h.:s glory. The re mainder of the day was brilliantly fine, but decidedly on tie warm side. There was a tremendous crowd in attendance, the enclosures being taxed to the ut most, and all records in this connection were broken. TJie. Governor-General and a, b:g vice-regal party was in at tendance, ...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
MOTOR CYCLING NEWS AND NOTES RELIABILITY TRIAL [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 24 October 1926

MOTOR CYCLING — ♦? — NEWS AND NOTES RELIABILITY TRIAT. On Saturday afternoon tlic Brisbane Motor CvpIo rhili conducted its aiinua! rigrlit hour reliability trial. The co\ir*-- was from Brisbane' to Dayburo a\A back, tliciicn io Boenleipli and rctvrn !-? tlic citv. The riilprs wwi- ilr--i^-4 ..i..m! from 1.30 p.m. onwards on Saturday, and all bad to ride to scbedule time, points being deducted wben riders ar^ rived too early or too late. There w:is one secret control on tlic course. It i-= not expert ed that the full results will be available, for tin's issue, «mt th.y slioulrl be completed in time for Mon «lav's ''Daily Mail.'' Tlic starting point avss in William -street, Kortli Quay THE SPEEDWAY. Mr. A. .T. Hunting, the promoter nf Uie JCxliibition speedway, mvst. lisive been pleasantly surprised last Saturday nijrlit. The lveatber during the day bad been distinctly unfavoi rable to racing, and no one expected that a crowd of lli.OflO would have attended. .Judgi'i^ by tbe entliupia...

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)
MODERN MOTORING Special Monthly Motor Number First Sunday Each Month BREAKFAST CREEK ROAD Deviation of Motor Traffic [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 24 October 1926

MODERN MOTOPING I Special Monthly ^IMotor Number First Sunday Each Month — ? BREAKFAST CREEK ROAD . ? ^- ? : ? Deviation of Motor Traffic ? Lrcakfast Creek Road, the main artery leading from the ciiy io Ascot, Clayfield, and other important suburbs, is at present under going big repairs. From Breakfast Creek bridge as far as the Ann street turn-off, eonevete hafi been laid from the tramlines to the ker bing, and the city council has now commenced operations leading from the Wickham and Ann streets junction outward. T'lis work includes the relaying of tlic tramline?, and already the iramears are running on temporary vails laid at the side, of the road. At the starting point a notice lias been erected to the effect that the road is closed, but vehicular traffic is still using tlds road to Break fast Crock. It is pointed out hy the police authorities lhat motorists use t'lis road at their own risk, especially ag they arc compelled to travel on their wrong side, whre they have to swing ...

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

TRAFFIC CASES SYDNEY ^PROPOSAL References to the decision of the New South Wales Minister for Justice to dele gate a spec's] magistrate to heir rases arising out of breathes of the trafHo. regulations at the Water Police Court on prescriuen uays, xogeuic. nuu mi.- winn ing of a Chamber Magistrate to complete minor cases :n which pleas of guilty are entered, were made Jit fl nieetiurr of Hie council of the National Roads and Motor ing Association in Sydney Though this innovation does not pro vide the full facilities asked for by the N.R.M.A. in :i recent deputation to the Chief Secretary, the council expressed the opinion that it will go a long way to wards that end. An effort will now be made to have all motor appeal cases re ported for the guidance of magistrates adjudicating on traffie matters.

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

PROBLEM IN SUBTRACTION. Toanj? Freddie's mother had instituted a fine of a half-penny for every spot msQt on the tablecloth. One (lay Tred dic'tvns observed rubbing his finper for a icng ume over me tiotu near h:s pl.it r. 'Frcldic, vrhut .ire you clcinj?' saij his mother. 'Nothing,' tv.is the reply. 'J -was .inet tryinjr to rub two spot* into utic,'

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

KEDRdN AMATEUR RACE CLUB ACCEPTANCES. The following are Jhe acceptances for the meeting of the above club, to bs hfeld at Kedron Park to-morrow (Monday), October 25:^ MAIDEN' HANDICAP, about S Furiengs. st lb st lb WalianthuB 10 3 R.F. 8 5 PriDCe Eurea 9 7 Darkness 8 3 Bombora 8 10 MaEOoka 8 3 Kcrant 8 10 Chantlemaid 8 2 Peeping Tom S 9 Maxim 8 0 Chillabee S 7 L-akime S 0 Ken Cap S 7 Bill Syce fi 0 Sir Pa-tin 8 5 C. Mac 7 10 Revale 8 5 DIVISION HANDICAP, about S Fur'-oncs. FOURTH DIVISION. Jubee 9 5 tapper Tandy S 12 Che^al D'Or 9 3 Clydemount 8 13 Tont.ina 9 3 Vnc'ioud S 12 Black Knot 9 2 Mr. Prominent 8 10 Meleae 9 2 Jiapqrt 8 10 Lady Carrol! 3 O ICorwarf Lady 8 5 THIRD DIVISION. Fairr Boy 9 10 Yambali 8 10 .Mistake 9 D Within the Law 8 5 Singl°n«ss 9 0 Eudoress 8 5 Wheatbread 6 IS Honor Guarde S 9 Vocalion 8 13 Eric Hum Salt Air S 13 phreys 7 13 SECOND DIVISION. 'vVenlock 10 0 Ardenfour 9 5 Tibbr 9 10 Scoria 9 ;?; Lennons 9 9 Sir Knight 9 0 Stockmond 9 9 Miss Wblowa 8 13 Olivemon...

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

GAWLER RACES — ~« ? FLYING SLAVE WINS ADELAIDE. Saturday. — Gaivler races were held to-day in fine weather. Results :— TRIAL STAKES FIRST DIVISION, 6 Furlongs. JEAN'S LUCK (G. V. Bates'), br.g. by Lucknow— Scot's Jean, 4 years, S.O (Rich ? ? ? ardson) 1 AILERUE. r, years, 9.5 ? (Jenkins) 2 STORMGATE, 5 years, SS ? 3 Others: UmcumtichI, 8.1; Milbrook, 7.13; Sister Deen, 7 10 ; Bagster, 7.8 : Mutiny, 7.7 ; firacch, 7.5; Gun Anton, '7.3; Bay Boad, 7.1; Lcn Marco, 7.0; Night PaTade. 7.0. Wftn Kv Mtia ?nil *» hiir Innifth Time 1 1 R Dividends: For £1, £11 13s and' £1 19s. BAROSSA HURDLE RACE, 2 Miles and 20 FATHOM (A. C. Mitchell's), ch.g . by Sea Prince — Savanax, aged. 10.0 (H. G. Smith) 1 KALLORA. 6 years, 9.10 .. .. (T Spain) 2 SIR HAROLD, aged, 9.7 . . .. (H. Aldrldge) S Others: Irish Commodore, 10.5; Vera K., 9.11: Paving Away, 9.7; Illamuta, 9.3; Atha baska 9.0 ; Miss Alarm, 9 0. Won by one and a half' length ; two and a half lengths. Verata was fourth and Paving Away last, Irish ...

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

TOWNSVILLE RACES TATTERSALL'S MEETING TOWNSVILLE, Saturday.— There tva? a cood attendance at the meetinc of the North Queensland Tattersall's Club this afternoon. Results : — FLTINC, HANDICAP. FIRST DIVISION. DAVE BRQWN, by Highfleld— Alabaster. 7.10 ? (Tucker) 1 KINGSMAN. ii.3 .. ? (Ford) 2 FLAVOLA. 8.10 ? (Hoskins) S Four starters. Betting : 2 to 1 acainst KinRsman, 5 to 2 Flavola. 3 to 1 VtAXE BROWN'. Won by a length ; a length. Time. 1.14 3-5. SECOND DIVISION. BLACK DEER. bv Cnnauistador — T:rown Deer. R.12 ? (Itosklns) 1 PACEACRE. fl.O ? (Clayson) 2 DEER GLADE. 8.8 ? (Tucker) S Eight starters. Bettinc: 7 to 4 on Spear acrc. 4 to 1 against Deer Glade, 5 ot 1 BLACK DEER. Won by a head; a length. Time, THIRD DIVISION. NED, by Quantock — Dame Quickly. 7.10 ? (Tucker) I QUEEN'S SCHOLAR. 9.1 .. .. (Davies) 2 BOBANUT. 7.7 ? (Thomas) 3 Eleven starters. Betting: 6 to 4 on NED. 3 to 1 atrainst Queen's Scholar. 5 to I Brave Loch. Won easily by three lengths; one length. Time. 1.3. FOURTH ...

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

THE COWS FAULT. An Irish labourer, new to the work, was ploughing, and as the furrows' were very uneven the farmer told him to look at something at the other cud of the field as a guide. 'That cow by the gate,'* he said, 'i» right opposite us- Now work straight foi hcr/J 'Bight you are, sorr,'' said Pat. Onminct hnelr latar an th» -farmer vsi annoyed to find that the plough had been travelling zig-zag all tJt« the field. ??? 'What's the meanjap of thisf i« demanded. 'Whet bate you been doing W 'Share, sorr,'' wak Pat's reply. *1 did What you told me. I worked straight f 01 tfie cow, but the Craythu* didn^ kape stiii!' *?' ; '

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