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

OUR TENTH ANNUAL COMPETITION '^ IT COSTS YOU NOTHING TO ENTER. ' MZOK SIMMONS LTD. 'Sure Catch' Fishing Competition* to lie held at BISHOP ISLAND (Mouth of the River) , (Generally known as ? 'Hercules Bank') NOVEMBER 14, 1926 AND FOLLOWING SUNDAYS. Open to All Comers, Amateurs Only (the Firm's Employees exespted), the only condition being that AH Competitors must purchase a fishing line when entering. This being our Tenth Competition., and o-wing to the generous support 5 given us by all Anglers, -we have decided to offer the folhrwing prises, 'value £20: — ? ? . FOR HEAVIEST COLLECTIVE WEIGHT OF FISH. Prize 'SURE CATCH' Value Prize 'SURE CATCH' Value 1st Fishing Tackle £3 12 6 4th Fishing Tackle £0 15 O 2nd ' ' 2 10 0 5th ' ' O 10 0 3rd ?» ?? 10 0 6th ' ' 0 7 6 FOR LARGEST NUMBER OF FISH. Prize 'SURE CATCH' Value Prize 'SURE CATCH' Value 1st Fishing Tackle £2 12 6 4th Fishing Tackle £0 12 6 2nd ' ' 1 10 0 5th ' ' 0 7 6 3r4 »» »? 10 0 6th ' ' 0 5 0 FOR HEAVIEST SINGLE FISH; Prize 'S...

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

ROCKHAMPTON RACES rh MALT GLOW AGAIN EOCKHAMPTON, Saturday.— The second day of tho R.J.C. Spring meeting was run to flay. Results:— FIRST DIVISION. PAINTER'S LAO, 8.7 ? (Jackson) 1 KAVITT. S3 ? (Parker) 2 LADY COLUGO. 8.0 ? (Eadie) 3 Four starters. Betting: S to 1 against Kavitt, 3 to 1 PAINTER'S LAD, 5 to 1 hn4y Colugo. Won by three-quarters of a length ; a length and a quarter. Time, 1.16. Divi rtenrl PI Ifl* SECOND DIVISION. GAY S., 8.9 ? (Hockaday) 1 OLENGA. 8.13 ? (L. Marshall) 2 ROBERT E., S.7 ? (Parker) 3 Six ethers. Betting: 6 to 4 on Alamay. 10 to 1 against GAY S., Robert E., and O'enga. Wnn by three-quarters of a length ; a n«ck. Time, 1.15V-. Dividends, £2, £1 7s, and £1 7s. THIRD DIVISION. DAVID WRATHALL, 8.0 (T. Fitzgerald) 1 MASTER ITYS, S.5 ? (Parker) 2 FLASH STEEL, S.3 ? (Eadic) 3 Four others. Betting: 6 to 4 against VJAV1D WRATHALL, 4 to 1 Slaster Itys, 5 to 1 Flash SteeT. Won by two lengths; a neck. Time, 1.2Vb- Dividends, £1 Us and 12s. OCTOBER HANDICAP. MALT GLOW...

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

CORRESPONDENCE INQUIRERS PLEASE NOTE (Answered by Mr. A. j. LEAVER, .A.M.I.E., Aust, F.MT.'S.A.'E.) Correspondents are invited to be explicit wnen describing their motor troubles, ouot Jng make. year, and model of their car. TllA nam* anil arfrl»A»* m# +ka I mm ?.:?«._ K....-A. be given, though not for publication. A nom-de-nlume may be used. . Queries con cerning cars, stationary engines, or motor boats are interesting. If of sufficient gene ral Interest they inform other user* of com* bustifin engines. Replies are given to all questions reaching this office by Thursday afternoon.

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

HARRY GREB DEAD ATLANTIC CITY, Saturday. — Harry Greb, a former middleweight world's champion boxer, died yesterday, follow ing an operation. (Harry Greb shared Uic chaumtonsMri In 1921-1923. with Johnuy Wilson, and held It himself during 1924-1923. During 1923, be won all the seven fights he took part in, Uirce of them In 10 rounds, one in seven rounds, two in IS rounds, and one in onP round. He was beaten by Flowers in August 21, 1926. ?

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

SYDNEY SHOWS 'Kose Marie' looks nkf a re.ord breaker. To-morrow it enter, ? pon it in^dtWeie^' af ^Cr ^.i^ty's. sfill p]av mg to h,g business. It ,-s a Lni-kt musical comedy., full of good danriii«- anl musical numbers, one of the feaiure^ of the penormance beij,^ i\l(. Totem 1'ole Dance. Clll Soi ii i*^i ??- it i.i --« 'Hi.'1 i ? ? *. '-. -.uuiijmu^ m;i .1 [Jlf S M'JSlI KuSe commenced a season at the Koval. This comedy met with considerable' success in Melbourne, and. judsini; bv tlie i,vay \i ivas received, looks 'like re- 1 peating the performance in the Harbour' City. i On Saturday 'They Knew What They I Wanted' gave way to 'The Fake.'! This production also is played by th(-| Maun-e Mo.-covitch company, aiid i* one of a series -which -..-ill l.o givon by the -well-known actor-manager. ^'Mercenary Mary' continues ..n i(^ successful way at the SI.. Jaiue-'. Madge White, the new leading ladv, ha- proved an instant success. TherV arc many excellent dancing numbers in ihi-; productio...

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

SPORTS DAY. ? ♦ ? * AUCHENFLOWER SCHOOL Shaded from the glaring sun by closely-grouped clumps of gum trees, the pupils of the Auchenflower infaate' State school enjoyed to the utmost the pleasures of the annual sports meeting conducted in the Toowone Memorial Park on Saturday afternoon. Dae to the energies of an indefatigable com mittee, the gathering was one calcu lated tjO unfold rare delights to the little ones. K-aces for both boys and girls, present and past pupils, claimed their well-merited measure of popularity, particularly as each entrant was as sured of a prize, irrespective of his per formance. What most of all captured the inter est and appreciation of the children was a surprise visit from Uncle Jim and Uncle Ben, of bedtime radio stories fame, who soon had their admirers rock ing with merriment at their sprightly jokes. During the afternoon opportunity was taken to present to the retiring chair man of the school committee, Mr. H. W. Dunlop. a silver tea service and tr...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
MIDDLEWEIGHTS CLASH WIN FOR MERV WILLIAMS FRENCHMAN'S GRIT [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 24 October 1926

MIDDLEWEIGHTS CLASH WIN FOR MERV WILLIAMS FRENCHMAN'S GRIT Merv Williams was a 2 to 1 on favour ite in his fight with the French middle weight, Morcel Thuru, at the Brisbane Stadium on Saturday, and his supporters' duly collected, but in rounds three and fnilr tliov hn/1 csvmp ?mvimia mmnnntR. Instead of fighting on the countering principle, as he ? liad done in the two first rounds, Thurii led to his opponent. Straight lefts shot home, a good, long range right operated frequently, and left hooks to the side of the head added to the Queenslander's discomfiture. The Frenchman won these two rounds just as cleverly as Williams won the first two. The fight was of an even nature. Early in that session Thuru connected with a splendid one -two to the head, the right findinsr the chili with sufficient force ta momentarily rattle Williams. Near the end the local lad scored with good punches up top. After the fifth Williams toot charge. He was the stronger, aud was ab!e to carry the fight hot...

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

MELBOURNE THEATRES ? ♦ ? 'Lady. lie liood,' the musical comedy at the IViiKTss, is. proving popular with Melbourne theatre-goers. It is played by Hugh J. Ward's ?'No, No. Nanette' company. A farcical con.edy, '.Nothing but Lies,' is the attraction at the Athenaeum, with Harry Green as ''liar-in-chie/.'' 'Katja'' continues to perform before packed houses at His Majesty's. Marie Burke is seen in the name part, and is supported by a number of popular favourites. The last nights ot 'Is V.&\, So?'' at the Royal are announced. It is a clever comedv given by members of the original Kew York cast, headed by Richard Tabor and Hale Norcross. ''Aren't We all?' commenced a short season at the King's on Saturday. Dion Boucicault's London Company nrrvrifTnc tli-» f-nci.. Henry Santrey's orchestra continues to hold tlie stage at the Tivoli. On the same programme are seen Brodi and Dech, and Imito 'You're hiding something from me, Adain.' Xo, my -Jcar I've tiirnoti over a new loaf, ami waji...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
BACK TO BOXING MELBOURNE'S MIXED BILL [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 24 October 1926

BACK TO BOXING MELBOURNE'S MIXED BILL _ MELBOURNE. Saturday.— A double bill served to reintroduce boxing at the Stadium on Saturday night. Ex cellent weather meant a record crowd at Henly, consequently the Stadium awcuuaun; was onjy iail . In the first 20-rounder Ben Martin (8.12A) met the Filipino, Joe Conealves (9.1). Consalves won on points, but had. the contest lasted a minute longer he would have scored a knockout. Half va^iurougu^tbe^laet round ie. dropped Martin with a right, and although the latter held his way to the bell, 'he fell again directly he let go. /In the other 20rrounder Johnny Tay lor (9.2) was outpointed by Jack Bow den (9.4) of Sydney. Taylor had not appeared for five months. The long absence affected his judgment, relying too much on a 'kill' with his right hand. He was outboxed in most of the round by ,his opponent, who showed a more compreheiisive line of attack and better defence. In a 15-rounder between, local wel ters, Billy Moodie (10.22) knocked out Bo...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
WINTERGARDEN SOUTHERN REVUE "ROSE OF THE WORLD" [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 24 October 1926

WINTERGARDEN i SOUTHERN REVUZ 'RCSE OF THE WORLD' In a.Mitioji tfi 1.. inj; l.ase.l 'n r'.iv ; fine story liy Ki.-tiili.-t-n Nun-is. 'fio«- -»f \\\-- V\\irM.' i'u- Winner Uvos. pro- ?. OV-tiim. whic-li ojicns nt ;!k- Wint-'i-^n- . den Xlicat i-o io-murrow, li:i« cue «'1' the ; n.f-lni- l...Mli.111+ ..OC-+-..- /i -F +ll i^ Cll'l «;r»H *l 111 ] 111V,'1! I'lJJIJliJlL \ **.. 1. .T VI I ? 1 \ ?? \_ ? i ?-'?? --- ? \w!;* .-iirpe:e«l by lF?rry Vipr.iiniom. . Pstfy Ruth Miller, v^ioeo dark, whole- ' still-.--, slender beauty ai:d sim-cvo :i--t- ?? in? have niaikcO her for siardoni sin re ? her triunipli as 1i'.'.' si]-sy hfU'ine. l--- { nicrald;!. m 'The Kuv.v.-:i!..:ic-k of Xotrc n.-'.mc.' is :--eon ulayinsf Hip titl-? i-«lo oi Rose Fvirhy. SJic niakf? liic onmtiun.-il. courajirons. h'-i-ohif live on tin- fi-reeii. j Alan Forrest plays t!i-- li-J.-ilile yc-iiii^ j mm ^vlio is iule-l bv three woinon bin Inter ruJes his ovni !if.-. Little Pauline I Garon i- seen as lii* perl little wife. ' B...

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

VICTORIA MELBOURNE. Saturday.— The second round of pennant cricket games was begun this after noan In beautiful weather. Scores: — Richmond v Collingwood. — Collingwood. first innings, 247 (Brown 83, Taylor 49, Stewart not out 49). Bowling: Nicholson one for 48, Keating three for 45. Lisle two for 43, Jer rams two for 69. Clem Sidrey one for 36, Richmond, first innings, two wickets lor 41. 189 (Cohen 33, Gutiirie 41). Bowline: Liddi cut seven for 67, Dummett two for 38 Fitz roy, first Innings, two wickets for 23. Bowliiig: Blackle two for 7. Prahran v Essendon. — EsEendon, first innings, 158 (Davles 78). Bowline: Davies, three wickets for 12, Wallace four for 40. Welch two for 38, Gray one for 38. Prahran, first innings, two -wickets for 81. Bowling: Alexander, one for SO, Heavey one for 24. Melbourne v Northcote. — Melbourne first in nings. 189 (Fergie 69). Bowling: H. Fother gill five wickets for 109, Charleswortli three for 65. Gibaud one for 6, Baring one for 18, Northcote. firs...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
BOXING ON HOLIDAY "SUNNY JIM" WILLIAMS KNOCKS OUT EDWARDS AUSTRALIAN PUNISHED COMMONWEALTH SERVICE PICNIC AT PETRIE [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 24 October 1926

BOXING 'SUNNY JIM' WILLIAMS ? -♦ ? KNOCKS OUT EDWARDS AUSTRALIAN PUNISHED SYDNEY, Saturday. — 'Sunny Jim' Williams (America) knocked out 'Billy' Edwards (Australia) in 10 rounds at the Sydney Sta dium to-night Williams scaled 11.5J, and Edwards 11.44. There was an aroenaance ui ,i*,uuu. Williams easily won the first round r.nd had the Australian down on three different occasions. Edwards made all the fighting in the second r-jnnd, in which Williams kept continually re treating. The American landed a few slaps with his right to the face, but Edwards registered two hard rights to the body, which stung Williams. Ed waras cut nie American a iuicucau im mediately above the Jeft eye. The trickle of blood irritated Williams. The third round went to the Ameri can. He was more aggressive, and scored two right swings to the body. The American appeared to be too elus ive a mark for Edwards. The Aus tralian, however, got inside Williams' heavy rights well. T^Vi/i,.., ,yt«o i;f+1n Tx-rti-fli lin...

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

NORTH COAST NAMBOUR. Saturday. — The North Coast Cricket Association fixtures were continued this afternoon. In the A grade competition Nambour and Yandina met on the latter's wicket. Nambour made 176 (J. Cameron 22, C. Stitt 25, 'W'. Robinson 42. C. Nash 31). Bowling for Yandina G. Cobb secured two wickets for 80. C. Colley two for 40, K. Ross one for 19, IT. Colley one for 10, E D Walsh two for 9. Yandina lost six ?wickets for 88 runs (G. H. Cobb 32, H. Piercy 11. C. Colley 11). The match will be continued next Saturday. ^.n ine X* graue cumpeutiuu xanunid buu Nambour met on the local v.'Scket. Scores: Nsmbour. first innings. 236 (S. Baildon 84 not out, B. M'Fadden 74). Yaudina, first innings, 72 fApps 16). Bowling for Nsm bour B. SfFadden secured 4hree wickets for 36 runs. G. H. Randall four for 20. Yan dina second innings closed at IS. Bowlinj; for Nambour B. M'Fadden took three wickets for 1, H. Beudtxen tliree for '4, W. Lannam three for 12. The Nambour Rural School Old Boys' ...

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

SOUTH COAST j SOUTHPORT. Saturday. — The Soutliport and District Crlclcet Association ixtures were con tinued this afternoon when three matches were played. Results : — Eastport (Soutliport) defeated Giision at the Southport sliow grounds by 28 runs on the first innings. A feature of the mstch was the batting of A. E. Whittle, wlin top-scored with 1'S before he retired. Detailed scores: — Gilston. first inniups SS (S. Bartlett 2o. 3. Lawton 21. W. Duncan 13. G. Tulloch 11). Bowline- K. S. Whittle five wickets for 21 runs. A. K. Whittle two for 13. L. W. TUaras two for 20. Kastport, first innings 18' (A. K. Whittle 109 retired. H. Napper. junr. 37. H G. Mann 19). Bowling: G. Jones sis for 4, G. Tulloch two for 11. Soutliport School defeated Burleigh Heads on the Southport School oval by 10 runs on the first innings. Detailed scores : Burlelgl' Heads, first innings, 104 (T. Lear 23. F. C. Amies 21, C. .Tesson 20. J. D. Andrews 19, E. Smales S). Bowling: S. W. Roberts seven for 36, T. ...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
LOCKYER SCHOOLS ANNUAL SPORTS THE DAILY MAIL TROPHIES [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 24 October 1926

LOCKYER SCHOOLS ANNUAL SPORTS THE DAILY MAIL TROPHIES GATTOX, Saturday.— The Lockyer United State Schools' Sports Association held their sixth annual sports meeting on the Gatton show grounds to-day. The day was highly successful in every way, there being a record, crowd of spectators. There was keen comoeti tion for aU events. The Laidley North school annexed the Teachers' Junior Cup far the junior boys' relay race, the G. A. Logan Cup for the senior boys' relay nee, and the surer rose bowl for the senior girls* relay race. The Gatton school won tbe sUrer vase for junior girls' relay race, and the Grantham Scrub 'school the Lockyer Teachers' cup. 'Tbe Daily Hail' gold medal for the senior boys' aggregate was won by A. Thomson, and 'The Daily Mail' sold locket for tbe aenior girls' aggregate by L. Hacker, while A. Morton gained possession of the Mrs. G. A. Logan gold medal for the junior girls' aggregate, and P. Crowley the G. A. Logan gold medal for the Junior boys' aggregate. The ...

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
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FISHING NOTES (By "Trevally."). [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 24 October 1926

FISHING NOTES j (By 'Trevaily.'). ! High waier at the lighthouse for :li.- »c-.; endins ? October 30 :— a.m ft. in. p.m. f:. in. Sunday .. .. .. 11.42 6 7 11.37 4 S Monday ? — — 0.27 6 4 Tuesday .. .. .. 6.41 4 S 1.14 6 1 Wednesday .... 1.29 3 9 2.S 5 S Thursday ., .. .. 2.28 3 7 3.0 5 5 Friday ? \ 3.43 3 7 4.5 5 3 Saturday' ? 5.4 3 S 5.10 5 3

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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RUGBY RULES INTERNATIONAL DILEMMA [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 24 October 1926

RUGBY IttJLj^iflll INTERNATIONAL DILEMMA 1 '?? ' (ADSTBALIAN* CABLE SEHVIC&K^'/J/|i| \ itimyblS, ? Saturday^-Th!' :jfrtfefia|§i tional Rugby Board's committee lias iis'^ solved to play all matches according ^ittff| International Board rules from 'Komin^g ber.33, and has also- called a meefaiigS of the Imperial Rugby Conference xt&jjl the same date. ' ? '? ''7$m The 'Daily News' explains that ,^1 International Board's decision prevents ?! ?the': English Splaying the Welsh unless Ji the off-side r put into force on Octolbeta 3 is dropped. If the Welsh Union s^fa heres to the rules a split is inevitables :| Another complication is that the .inter-; a national rules allow more than thrj*^ players in the front row of the «crdapl which the English rules prohibit. S&jjjfra land is thus also in a difficult positiougs . , The . international conference «wf8§|j promises British, New Zealanders, ;SMp||j South Welshmen, South Africans,. ai3J aims at greater harmony in tW...

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OUR PRIME MINISTER IN LONDON [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 24 October 1926

OUR PRIME MINISTER IN LONDON

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

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