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VALLEY THEATRE "THE BLACK PIRATE" MADAME LILIAN GIBSON [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 24 October 1926
VALLEY THEATRE — ♦ — 'THE BLACK PIRATE' MADAME LILIAN GIBSON Douglas Fairbanks has long been noted for his lavish and ambitious productions, but in? 'The Black Pirate.'' a United Artists' film, which the Valley Theatre will screen, to -morrow for a 'season of three days and three nights only, he has fairly outdone himself. It is a thrilljag PATSY RUTH MILLER and ALLEN FORREST, who play the leadin* roles in the picturisation of Kathleen Norris* story, 'ROSE OF THE WORLD,' commencing at the Wintergarden to-morrow tale of the days of buccaneering, and depicts vividly the hectic life of the pirates who roamed the Spanish Main. The entire film has beeu made in a remarkable new , colour process, that re produces with exactitude every tint, shade, and hue of nature itself. The lead ing lady is lovely Billie Dove, who is seen as a captive on board a pirate crew o£ treacherous villains. Marion Davies, has a new kiud of role in 'Zander the Great,' a Metro-Goldwyn production, which will be inc...
WALLACE BEERY AS BOXER [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 24 October 1926
WALLACE BEERY AS BOXER Being paid to witness a. prize -fight ?was the novel experience of 400 spectators recently in Hollywood. The unprecedented event occurred during the filming of prize ring scenes in Para mount's comedy of war-time, 'We're In .the Navy Now,' featuring Wallace Beery and Eaymond Hatton. The ring contenders were Beevy and Tom Ken nedy, and the spectators were a part of the company engaged in filming the picture. In 'We're In the Navy Now' Beery and Hatton play parts, respec tively, of fighter and manager, who be come embroiled in the world conflict when they are ushered ?unceremoniously into the U.S. Navy.
"MISS AUSTRALIA" VISITS PARAMOUNT STUDIOS [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 24 October 1926
'MISS AUSTRALIA' ? ♦ ? VISITS PARAMOUNT STUDIOS Hollywood, world famed ciiy of magic, has recently jplayed host to a beauty prize winner. The lady's name is Beryl Mills, pronounced the most beautiful j*irl in all Australia, who ar TIVI-/? in TTrtTlTTTT-rtnii few Q f.hi-0a ^qt-c' visit. Accompanying her were her mother and Mr. Claude M'Kay, the well-known Sydney journalist. The visiting party spent the -whole of the afternoon on an inspection tow of the Paramount Studios, claimed as in the world. As a celebration of tiie occasion, the entire front of the studios was bedecked with hundreds of American and' Australian flags and many yards of bunting. ? Miss Mills and party were met at the entrance of the studio by Charles Eyton. former general manager of the film plant, and himself an Australian- Con ducting them on their tour of the huge stages and sets were James Hall, Para mount ieaMirea piayer to .roia ^\egn and Bebe Daniels, Neil Hamilton, and Duke Kahanamoku, former amateur champ...
AMATEUR ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 24 October 1926
AMATEUR ASSOCIATION. Eighteen took part in the competi lions last week-end at Bribic, and weighed in 693 fish. Eesults : Fish lbs. Prs. T. F. Chandler ». .. 70 25.4 120.3 F. Carlson ? . t .-. . . 54 21.8 97. T. W. Peterson .... 52 19.7 90.14 AN UNOFFICIAL ACCOUNT. Here it is, straight from the fishers mouth: — : It began badly, for I had backed the wrong horse for the Caulfield. During the evening I found I had yet quits a lot to learn about a certain kitchen- acces- sory — poke'r. I went to Bribie, not so .much to fish as to paint the roof of the extension to the A.F.A. cottage. My usual culinary chore is to make the morn ing porridge and coffee, and I flatter myself that there are things I can do We had a couple of new members in . porridge for the first time in history; . after one tafete I decided to go fishing at once. I could catch enough fish, come back when the dew had dried off the roof, and finish painting. Quite a good idea. Besides, I would not. hear what the crowd said ...
MID-WEEK GAMES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 24 October 1926
MID-WEEK GAMES. The following is the draw for Wednesday s games:— A. Grade: 'Daily Mall' r Roma-st. Loco. New Farm; Q.T.C. Clerks v Woolloon gabba Railways, Woolloongabba. B grade: Associated Bace Club *? Registered Race CluD, Victoria Park, No. 1 : Tramway Rovers v Pad dington Tramways, Victoria Park, No. 2; Light street v Markets,, Victoria Park, No. 3; Central Station, a bye.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 24 October 1926
Commencing TO-MORROW (FOR THREE DAYS ONLY). DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS in 'The Black Pirate' t A United Artists Super Special. The greatest spectacle of the tea ever conceived, vividly depicting the days when ships, had to fight and run the gauntlet of the buccaneers. It sweeps ona along on its wave of action and adventure. s ALSO BEAUTIFUL MARION DAVfES in 'ZANDER THE GREAT' AND AFTERNOON AND NIGHT, LILLIAN GIBSON, AUSTRALIA'S GREATEST CON TRALTO. I £1000 AT.Ii AUSTRALIAN' DAXCIXO CHAM PIONSHIP (Qld. Section). SEE TJIE CHAMPIONS DANCING ? in the GBAHD FXNAI. TO-MOBBOW NIGHT, MONDAT, -OCTOBER 25—2/— CRYSTAL PALACE Benefit Eosalie Athletic Club r -. TUESDAY.- OCTOBER 26— 2 .?'. Benefit Nazareth House (Queen Competi tion) Cil'ss T. BROSXAX). Ladies* Solo Charleston CompetiiiDii. WEDNESDAT. OCTOBER 27—2/. Gent's. Solo CharlesUiii. Benefit Waterside .Workers Benefit Enogjjers Ladies* Hockey Club. THTTRSDAY. ' OCTOBEE 28—2/. Benefit Railwaj- Basket Ball Club ? FRIDAY. OCTOBER -2B — 4/4. . .: FORM...
SECONDARY SCHOOLS [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 24 October 1926
SECONDARY SCHOOLS : C GRADE. B.G.S. (4) v B.H.S.— B.H.S.. 60 (Labatt. lfi, Maguire 25 not out). Bowling: M' Andrew, tnree for 14 and two for 10: Hoare, four for 20 ; Savage, two for 11. B.G.S.. tliree for 131 (Martin 45 not out. Walker 30 not out). St. Laurence v Com. High School. — St. 1 Laurence, 97. - Bowling : Davis, two for 19 ; 1 Rlbley, ? two for 9 ; Muhl, two for 25. High School. 152 (Podgomoff 52, Sibley 38). Bowl- . Ing: Walmsley, sis for 50. ' D GRADE. C.E.G.S. v B.B.C— C.E.G.S., 144 and two for 49 (Nicholson 53, Crombie 27). Bowling: Hayes, four for 50. B.B.C, 84 and 20 (Wag staff 31, Dlxon 22). Bowling: Stark, six for 24 ; Hayes, three for 10. ? '
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 24 October 1926
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CHURCH UNION A GRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 24 October 1926
CHURCH UNION I A GRADE. . ' I.O.G.T. v City Tabernacle.— LO.G.T., 248 (Bryce-112 not out. Anderson 33, Turner 20). Bowling: B. Neville five for 100, Jones three for 65. Tabernacle, 31 and 142. Won to I.O.G.T. by an innings. Park Church, v Kuodah Methodists.— Park Church, 28 and 228 (Ingham 73, Wotbcrspoon 55, Turner 42, Orr 22),. Bowling: Wilson six for 43, Blackford three for 45, Dierlg two for 2. Nundali, 260 and 44 (Dlerig 92 not out, Wilson 3S and 3fi1 . Ttnwline : Wothersnnon four for. 32, Orr four for 65, Ingham six for 21. Won by Farks by 32 runs. B GRADE. O'Keefe-street ? L.D.S. v I.O.G.T. — O'Kecfe- street, 197 (Carfiey 87). Bowling: MUJonough *-rar for 45. ToBges three for 30. I.O^B.T.. 3» and 52 (Camefon it not out). SoirUne: PeUker seven for 12 and three for 22,^ White ,i*ro for fi;. Loving three for acme. ?O'Xeefe- *breet won by *n innings. '. '?' \ Mettiodist.— Holy Trinity, 137 (Hunter 54, Slacee 24). Wooloowln JCethodists, 118 and 138 (Hulbgrea 58 aot ; -tel, H. Ward...
SUNDAY SCHOOL GRADE [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 24 October 1926
SUNDAY SCHOOL GRADE Wilston v NundaS .Meth. — Wilston, 37 and 27. Bowling: Howells, four for 7 and four for: 8; Carlson, three for 2; Crump, two for 6. Xundah, 103 (Parsons 44). Won by Nundah by an innings. New Farm v Virginia.— New Farm, 64 and 55 (Edwards 24, Bell 18). Bowling: Kennedy, eight for 18. Virginia, 51 and 47 (Hargreavc 20 and 15, Kennedy 16 and 13). Bowline: B. MacAlplne, six for 19 and four for 10: Roberts, four for 2. New Farm won by 21 runs. Norman Bark C. of E. v St. Andrews.— Norman Park, 39 and 60 (Thomas 18). Bowl ing: Playne. six for 19 and six for 15. St. Andrew's, 28 and 60. Bowling: Watson, aeven for four and tliree for 14: Switzcr, three for \ 6 and four for 14: Marsden, two for 4.
B GRADE [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 24 October 1926
B GRADE TOOMBUL NO. 2 v UNIVERSITY. Played at Nundah, and won by Toombul No. 2 by 41 runs on first innings. UNIVERSITY— First Innings ? 156 Second Innincs. J. C. M'l'OJiey. b Wcplacotl ? 3 1. -'. 1-ahcv. not out ? 62 j T WHsoa. 1» Cromptoo ; ? » ? F. J Walsh, st. Jones, b Crompton .. 13 Canon Eobln, fc Cromptoo ? * JI. Hanger, J- Atkinson ? 6 i rarncil, b Atkinson ? ' S Trout, c Noyci. b Atkinson .... 0 K. Kirke. b AtUInson ? -J G. Cardno, not out. ? ijj Sundries . . ? 10 Total for 8 wickets ? 116 Bowling :-r-West»eolt. oue wiokct for 29 run?: Cromplou three for 47; Noyes none for 19; Atklnfun. four for 11. TOOitBtl. XO. 2.— tfitst lanlngs. F. BrUJht, c Walsh, b Brown .. .. 23 C ClenV c Trout, b Cardno ? 4 K. Lawrence, b Cardno ? 1 L Atkinson, run out ? 60 F. hoxiTifen, b Trnut. ? ? .. 6 If. K. Foster, c Mahoney, b Brown .. 38 V. Westacoft. c Mahoney, 1) Brown . . 13 R. JVojes, run out ? 6 S. Jones, b. Brown ? v 3. Coufts, not out ? 8 T. Crompton, «. Farneli. b Brown . . 2? Sundries...
C GRADE SOUTH BRISBANE v SANDGATE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 24 October 1926
C GRADE i SOUTH BRISBANE V SAN OG ATE. i Played at Davies Park and won by Sout'j i Brisbane by seven wickets. ' SA.NDGATS.— First Innines, 31. J Second Innincs. H. Slaughter, c and b DonnoHan . . 9 S. Clarke, c Pimlott, b Kelr ? S ] *'.. Stauehtcr, c Roberts, b Donnollan 4 It. OaskiU. b Piailolt ? 0 Ren Oxenham proved that his bowling had not list Its sting by taking six Western«rs' wicketj at a cost of 85 runs. C. Fruitier, c Warren, b Keir ? 2 i A. Ofig. b I'imlott ? 20 S. Johnson.1 c Roberts, b Keir .... 1 B. BurhrhlstlP. e H'ir. h Plmloft .. S , J. Black, r Maclnnes. b Plmlott .. 1 \ L. kempst«-r. b Pim'.ott ? 0 - W. Richardson, not out ..' ? 12 ' Sundries ? ? 5 Total ? ; ? 65 ; SOUTH BRISBANE.— First Innings, 30 Second Innings. H. Maclnnes. b Burf whistle ? 0 J/. Krause, c Burtwhistle, b Clarke . SO S. UoyJI, not out ? , .. .. 13 T. Jtonnotlan. l.b.w. b Bichardson .. 3 B. J. M'Wllliatns, cot out ? 5 Sundry ? ? 1 Total for three crickets ..*,.. 52 VALLEY, v WESTERN SUBURBS. Plac...
JUNIOR DIVISION SENIOR GRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 24 October 1926
JUNIOR DIVISION SENIOR GRADE. -.EAST Br.ISBANE v MORXnv'GSIDB. East Brisbane, 225 and sis for 127 (Kolb 20, E. Sliilllngton 52, Lawson 28 not .out). Bowling : MacLoughlin sis for 78, Acworth three for 75. Momineside, 388 (Prjke 80 aot out, Hatton 26, \etcalfe 22, Ollphant 21). Bowling: C. Shlllington four for 45, Smith, two for 6. Won by, East Brisbane 39 runs on first innings. BEISTOLS v SHEEWOOD B. I Bristols, 212 and none for 66 (Anderson 84 not out and 41 not out, Kolan 22 not out and ' 22, Bettenay 35, Gibson 24, A. Maggs 16, E. 1 Jiangs 16). Bowling: Wilson - five for 4L \ Sherwood B, 100 and 169 (Edwards 31 not out, j and 33. Donaldson So and 16, Fitzgerald 20, J Cain 25). Bowling: A. P. Maggs sis for 31. Won by Brlstols by nine wickets. SHERWOOD A v MASONIC CLUB. Sherwood A, 127 and 202 (Jones 87 not out, Sitnner 37, O'RelUy 17, Paulsen 19 not out, ; -'orth 17, Hanitll 13). Bowling: Harris three for 4, Beeston four for 34, M'Kay four for 33. j Masonic Club, 78 and six for 15...
WAREHOUSE DIVISION. A GRADE TITLES OFFICE v MACDONALD, HAMILTON. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 24 October 1926
warehouse \pRnsm^ ?-;-:!TnXES OiaPI©E^v.MAq»OJkAj,D, SbUOLTON. 3.r4, «wes, ,.i5g ,«M1 161ji.(Llntea5 54; Xswson *.«8. Thiwasori: 23). Bowline: *orton three for 4;f?6. Walijen tfafee for 11. Macdbnald, HainD *ton. 188 and 107 , -Toft 36, Tweedy 34. Camp =sJ*eU 2P). Bowling: Taylor four for 35. Won ..#:l-y Titles by IT runs. ' ? .v*7 -: ' ..',, ,'?£'?: M'WHIBTERS t OVKEtELLS. ? ? j- i JTWhirters, 352.; Ovcrells, 82'uid 133 (Drum 'jnona 67 not out, 21). Bowling: Downey four yior 36, Kose four for 18, Callagn&n five for. '^'?8. Won by M'Wbirters by an innines and Jfcjr runs. ? r . .( -fcf .p&UPBELI. f 'MAIN E0ADS ij ' Campbells, lle.and four for 236 (Bowc 101 p hot ont Warden 38 not out, and 17, Jones -5 /So and 1«, Stewart S3, Alexander 18). fowling: J finott fire for 47. Main Boads, 101 and two ? .', ,Tpr 34 (Fryer S6. Sheppard 52 not out, Ben .g- stead 27. Edmunds 16). Bowling; Bull sir for -,viS2, Cheyiie three for 35. Won by Campbells -,£.*y 15 runs in -first ? -Inn...
COUNTRY FIXTURES IPSWICH A GRADE MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 24 October 1926
COUNTRY FIXTURES iPsyricH A GRADE MATCHES. IPSWICH, Saturday. — C.T.M. made a ble recovery in this afternoon's cricket, hatting well against St. Paul's. The o^ly other match was Railways (A grade) v Combined B grade team. Results : — Hallways (A Grade) v Combined Second Grade.— Combined Second Grade, first innings. 74 (K.'Buasell'SS. A. Webb 12). Bowling: J. Routledge five for 7, L. Watson four for 36, K. Phillips one for 18. Railways, first innines, 153 IV Phllilne AT nAf n,it T. tt'gttATI ,1ft 1Z daggers 21). Bowling: W. Ncale two for 16. F. Trost two for 20, C. Blzzel two for 28, W. Howes two for 22, X. Russell one for 13). A GRADE. C.Y.M. v St. Paul's. — C.Y.M.. first innings, seven for 261, declared (W. Bradley 148, 3. M'Brien 41, J. Videroni 20 not out, A. Murphy 11). Bowling: F. Harris four for 43. H. Lossberg one for 22. V. Denman one for 32, J. Donald one for 33. St. Paul's, no wickets for 15. CHURCH UNION. Central Congregatlonallsts r Sllkstone Method ists.— Played on the ...
TOOWOOMBA SENIOR AND JUNIOR. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 24 October 1926
TOOWOOMBA SENIOR AND JUNIOR. TOOWOOM.BA, Saturday. — Local senior fix tures were continued to-day. On the sports oval Diggers played Harlaxton, and on Gram mars' oval Brothers met Grammars. Re sults : — A GRADE. Brothers v Grammars. — Brothers, first In nings, 189 (F. Drews 60, A. M'Cartliy 38, J. Baggott 14, T.,O'Donncll 29, L. Ballantinc 10). Bowling : H. Yeates, one for 64 : W. Parry Okeden, nine for 47. Grammars, first innings. 157 (E. A. Gill 13, W. Browne 67, A. Purdy 13, K. Padget 25, M. C. Mayes 15). Bowling: J. M'Kenna, three for 48; R. Binns, three for 41 : F. Drews, four for 36. Diggers v Harlaxton. — Diggers, first Innings, 111 (Poon 44, Kemp 30, Oelkers 14, Oehlman 10). Bowling: Fuller, three for 25: Napier, four for 16; Pascoe, two for 10; F. Fett, one for 19 Harlaxton, first innings, ITS (Pascoe not out 57, Baker 35). Bowling: B. Burness, three for 27 ; Jocumsen, . four for Cl ; Poon. two for 35. B GRADE. Grammars v Brothers. — Grammars, first In nings, 14r, (G. Boys ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 24 October 1926
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 24 October 1926
When you see 'THE VOLGA BOATMAN' at the TIVOLI, TO-MORROW, you will understand how far ahead of all others these magnificent P.D.C. PICTURES are! ^?^^^^^^^ ? ?mini.,,. ?.-,. iihmiwm^— ^iw^i^^^^M *' ey7^ open letter to those who say they're ft .«i- ' '???-?? if .^. ^ ........ ? f ? , fed u£ with pictures/ WHAPS THE TROUBLE — HONESTLY? Have old plots wearied you? Always the same players as you've seen them a dozen times before? Nothing ever different? Lots of people say 'There hasn't been a new idea since Cecil B. De Mille screened 'The Ten Commandments' two years ago.' NOW THE TRUTH CAN BE TOLD! For two years De Mille has been gather ing together all the new brains, the new talent into one producing organization. A teriffic task against powerful opposi tion — -but he wonl For two years he has been planning and filming these P.D.C. Pictures, to show you there's something new in movies. WE'LL MAKE A LITTLE BET WITH YOU: That never before have you seen drama to parallel 'The Volga Boatm...
GYMPIE [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 24 October 1926
GYMPIE GYMPIE, Saturday. — The Gymple Cricket As sociation's fixtures were continued to-day at Queen's Park. The match between Northern Suburbs and Victorys was completed. On the previous Saturday Northern Suburbs had com pleted their first innings for 265. To-day Vic torys first innings closed at 78, the scores being:— J. A. Bradford 18, C. Jones 13, A. Cooper 0. C. M'Kenna 7, E. -Peut 0, W. Harri son 15, J. Byrne 0, W. Valnagel 2, G. Walker 4, B. Witham 17, G. Harrisson 0. Bowling for Suburbs Dr. Lawes secured the fine average of six wickets for 22 runs, J. O'Donnell took two wickets for 10 runs, and V. White one wicket for .37. Victorys followed on. and in their second innings only made 40. Accurate bowl tog by Dr. Lawes and V. White resulted In the collapse. V. White secured five wickets for 16 runs, and Dr. Lawes five wickets for 20 runs. Suburbs won by an innings and 108 runs. '
BOWLING PENNANT PRACTICE CLUBS PREPARING [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 24 October 1926
| BOWLING i\ ? ' ? ? W;\'*\ PENNANT PRACTICE p ,;- ?-.???? h:y ? ?' — m'-. S. ? GLUES PRFPARTJG IT:--;.. ;: __ pi;-. ?? The *eoT-ening of metropolitan ijon-IiDe fev greens, with their p-eitly improved sur fe : laces, is altrtclinjr interest to the forth p;- coining pennant competitions. Oc Sntur (j£. -1 flay many members de-oted the afternoon . I' a? practi('0 P1?y- South Brisbane. Auchcn p yw«wi wvuivuunuiu, nino or, aua -\ V1J |i, ' . '''a bowlers, whose greens remain closed. !?????? were tccommodnted nt Xundali and othor !;? ? Clubs. As yet. repulnr competitions Iia n S;-. npt been ' organised except in one or two i,-. - instances, bat in a fortnight's time club it members should have their attention ful'v :' tiecapied ? by the ppnnrnte. ?.. It was announced at New Fann tliaJ 'lie i-j- ctub was entering two A teams and a B t«ar-i '\ for the pennants.