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TUBE INSPECTOR SOLUTION OF PUZZLE [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 24 October 1926

TUBE INSPECTOR ? * ? SOLUTION OF PUZZLE The Inspector need only travel nineteen miles If he starts at B and takes the follow. Ing route: — BADGDEFIFC BE HE1IHG3K. twice are the itto sections D to O and F to I. Of course, the route may be varied, but It cannot be shortened. Id accordance -with the terms of the com petition the book prize has been awarded to Gordon A. Theodore, care of Miss If.' Davles, Great George-street, Faddlngton. ????????flllltlllllllllllitlllflllllllllllllllli-lllll

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
CAPTAIN COOK Born October 27, 1728 [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 24 October 1926

CAPTAIN COOK Born October 27, 1728 Captain James Cook, the distinguished English navigator, was born of humble parentage at Marton, Yorkshire, and at the age of 13 was bound apprentice to a small shopkeeper. A year and a half later he obtained his discharge, and went to sea in a collier as a foremaH man. m ivoo. oemg xnen a master, ne volunteered to serve in the navy, and joined the Eagle. He was promoted to be masto- in 1759, and served in the Mercury with the' expedition against Quebec. Here lie first gave proof of his great abilities, and was employed m surveying the St. Lawrence. He after wards surveyed the coast of Newfound land. In 1768, a commander being required for a vessel which waa to 'oe sent to observe a transit of Venus in 1769, Cook was given a commission, as lieu tenant and appointed to command the Endeavour. He was accompanied by Mr. Grceji as astronomer, Dr, Solander, a naturalist, and by Mr. (afterwards Sir) Joseph Banks. The transit was observed at Tahiti, June 3...

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

MONTHLY COMPETITION. Story Writing. The competitors will be divided into Itvo classes, viz., senior and junior. Boys and girls to the age of 18 will com prise the junior division, and the senior age of 21. OUR OFFER. We offer the following prizes: — Senior. — First prize, £1 Is; second prize, 10b tid; third prize, 5s. Junior. — First prize, 10s 6d; second prize, 7ep Od-, third prize, 5s. The prizes will not be given in money, but will consist of books, and an order will be issued to tbe successful com petitors to enable them to ohooae their own prizes to tbe value stated. Competitors may send in: — (It Stories for children; (2) stories of children; (3) animal or bird stories; and (4) other rfnuinr, niifn L\1n -f#*«» salli Irt T*0fl WEEKLY AWARDS. Each week, if possible, two stories ?will be selected from the two divisions, and book prizes to the value ot 7s . (id and 5s will be awarded. These stories will' also be eligible for the monthly awards. HULES TO BE OBSERVED. (1 ) The 6tory...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
THE MAJESTIC "AS MAN DESIRES" MILTON SILLS AND VIOLA DANA [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 24 October 1926

THE IVL4JESTIC 'AS MAN DESIRES' MILTON SILLS AND VIOLA DANA ; Milt«»n Sills ami Viola Dana, two pic ; lure sturs, vrho hare played togethpr on ! so in::iiy occasions in the past, have the ; Vailing roles in 'As Man Desires,' ;i ' ltighly romiintii- colourful story of the Orit'iiT mul the South Seas, which opens to-morrow at the Majestic Theatre. They ai-o supported Iiy an unusually strong crtsf, inoluiling Ruth Clifford, Rosemary Thel'.v, Tom Kennedy-' Paul Nicholson, l.ou Payno. Hector Barno. Aima May AValtli.-ill, ICdueh Aliening, raid Frank Leiffh. The co-3tar is the newest J. C. 'Wil- liamson AVester.. starring; J. B. 'Warner, \rho ran first in order in the American Revue Referendum as the best eowboy impersonator. Comi7ig a close second was T^—^^7 Tiir.n.H^u . ..14.1. T-.-1- 1'v ? _* i _ i leu j jiuiiiouii, vwui uiicii i-'ou^jiertv third. The comedy will bp provided by Larry Seraoii and Tiny Toby. * t On Thursday the film taken by United Artists of th» funeral obsequies of 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
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
CRYSTAL PALACE COMPETITION FINAL [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 24 October 1926

CRYSTAL PALACE I COMPETITION FINAL j Last Thursday f=ix couples appeared . for the all-in-portant semi-final of the ! £1000 all-Australian dancing cham pionship, and some very clone voting ! was the result. Mr. D. Carr and Miss j L. Thomkinsnn, who have improved j wnnderfuliv in their waltz and Charles ton, came first', with Mr. Walton .ind Mis* Thornton only one vote behiini. Mr. Charlton and Miss ll'Arthy wem third, only two votes t;head of -ir. .T-;uos | and Miss Burton. Only the first three couples are eligible for the final. j Ou Monday night a hard fight is es-| pected. when the final of the Queensland ; stctlou will, take place; but whichever couple wins, it is hoped they will justify \ their victory by bringing the title back ? (o Brisbane. Jn about a couple t-£ j weeks the finals of the ladies' and men's solo Charleston will take place. It is many :- long day since such keen com petition was witnessed as is the case with the Charleston. Already some c.Icvt eccentricities ha...

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

SHIELD TO AUCKLAND COOLANGATTA THIRD Mr. A. W. Andrews, -manaser of the '. RiaJto Theatre, Auckland, (X.Z.I. tos| adjudged the winner of tbe Paramount. : Week Exploitation Shield for the xnostj comprehensive exploitation, of the sixth j annual Paramount 'Week throughout ? Australia and Kew Zealand for the week j of August 3*0 to September '4 last. He; received 97 points. Accordingly, -Ir.' Andrews will hold the huge haminered silver shield for oiie year. . It' lie win* ; it three times he retains it permanently, i Honourable mention was given to the j following theatres in Australia and New : Zealand for' their exrellenf- exploitation ? of Paramount Week : Cosy De Luxe ' Theatre, Hastings. (X.Zj; IJLpgers'J Theatre. Coolangatta: Star Pictures. i Portland. (Vie.): Grand Theatre.; (Perth) : De Lnxe Theatre, Levin, (X.Z.! : j mount Theatre, Pirongia, (-T./5.) and. Criterion Theatre, Mudgee, (N.SYV.) ) Mr. Syd Gibfcon. manager of the | .Diggers* Theatre, Coolangatta. -winner I of the Ex...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
THE TIVOLI "THE VOLGA BOATMAN" APOLLO MALE CHOIR [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 24 October 1926

THE TIVOLI I ♦ — 'THE VOLGA BOATMAN' ' ? i APOLLO MALE CHOIR ''The Volga Boatman,'1 a Cecil B. De ? Millc film, will be released for Ihe firm j time in Australia at the Ti-.oH Theatre to-morrow, when it will conn--jnee a season of one week. With 'The Ten CViminrimlmpiits '' it irss liAlinv-nri *hat. Cecil B. De Millc had given the world j his best, but now he has proved that j there were pastures new. The settings ! arc lavish in the extreme, and the photo- J graphy, it is said, should set a new Stan- j dard in photoplays. j i or his theme De Miile has taken a ,: love story as simple as life itself, a story that should appeal to all sections j of the community. It tells of a Volga j boatman, crude, uncultured, but with I physique and ideals which in tbe or- ; dinary c.onrse of events should have - stamped him as a master of men ; but. together with other unfortunate victims, he is forced by a despotic Government to draw the liujfe barges against the Volga tides. Harnessed like cattl...

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

SANDY GALLOP I BOGEY COMPETITION. Following are the results of a liogcv com- ; petition piaved on the Sandy Gallop links on Saturday afternoon : — A. Crihn (10). J down. ^Y. J. Wood (8), 2 do*n. G. Brown (scratch), 3 do-vn. K. P. KcIIeher (II). -3 down. The second round of thc late president's and A. Crilib's trophies resulted as follows: — J. Brown defeated \Y. Wood. 3 up and 2 to l'lav. W. S. I,c«on defeated T. Conroy. 2 up and I to piay. Sonii-1in.il resulted:— J. Brown Uefeaied W. : .T. Wood. -Z up.

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

BAND RECITALS 'J'iiis afternoon, commencing at ? .'!.ly o'clock, the Brisbane Citkens' Band will play at the Botanic Gardens. The Brisbane Excelsior Band will be hoard in tin1 Newstead Park. At \\'i--l:L:.!« Park 'this evening, com mencing at 5.15 o'clock, the Brisbane Municipal Concert Band will play, and M'-. J. P. Cornwall. The Harmony Four, !*ti-1 Mr. R. -r. Robinson will sing. A- rhe Botani-- ^aT'deiir' the Brisbane Excelsior Bsnd will play a |..rogvamnie commen'ring at S.J-? oVlock

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

INDOOROOPILLY CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP. Elimination play for the cluh cbanipionshtp was continued on thc IndooroopiUy links on Satur day, when six. pairs Were drawn In opposition. There tow remain eight pairs to play off be fore tile final stage is reached. Details: — Cumming defeated Xobbs. Trancls defeated Boultbce. Brook defeated Heather. Austin won from Anning on forfeit. ; Kobertson won from Itoe on forfeit. I Caiman defeated I.alor. '

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

TfiR. ARTHUR BOYLE'S STUDENTS The st-cond vocal recital of the series given 1-y Mr. Boyle's students is arranged for the Albeit Hal] on Wed nesday «-:xt at S p.m. An interesting i.-ii!rramnie lias been iiri'iiared. consist iii^ of operatic, oratorio, and lialla.-] liiiiubers. The plan is now open at Paling'*, where- seats may be reserved. Invitation cards me no! necessary r.i utieii'l ti:e«c recitals.

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

SANDGATE | 1 UNFAVOURABLE CONDITIONS. '. Low scores were difficult to obtain on the I Saudsate links oh Saturday. The course it- j self was in sound playing order, but a stiff j breeze impeded effective shots, and accurate j placing -was a comparative rarity. Xeverthe- i less ? thc bogey competition for the trophy presented Tjv 31r. A. Vf. Beauehamp was Keenly ? contested by a larce Held, of which the fol- ? lowing returned cards: — ' } ] F. St. L. Hayes (17). 2 dowu. \V. C-. F. Moles (o), 5 down. G. G. Eeudle (13), 5 down. -' M. Davidson (IS), 5 down. W. Spence (17), 6 down.;; A. H. Pickerins (IS), 6 «own. ? J. C. Sutherland (15), 7 down. I*. W. Butler (17), 7 down. j A. \V. Beauehamp (17). 7 down. ! C. Shellshear (S), S down. j

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

QUEENSLAND PLAY a — REPERTORY PRODUCTION. At the Theatre Royal, ou Saturday njcrht, the Western Queensland comedy, 'A Happy Family,' by Vance Palu-or. was played for the second timo in Bris bane, and the previous night's sueeosa was repeated. The play, thongh a. social -;omedy, buffers from having to compete in the public mind against the notion ;h2t an Australian ooinedy must neces .sarily be an unrelicvci farce. Genuine comedy -covers a wid«?r field, and ''The Happy ?Paniily' is an attempt, success ful as far as it goes, in depicting the life of tbe back country and its influ ence on quite ordinary human passions. The story develops very naturally, and is assisted by many lines of homely wis dom and even wit. Every character is well conceived by the author, and the cast was. on the whole, well chosen by the producer, Miss Ehoda M. Felgate. The function of scenery is to aid, rhough not, to overwhelm, the imagina tion of ti'.e audience. In this case a little more extraneous aid woul...

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

GOODNA : MACGREGOR WINS MEDAL. Two events occupied the attention of. Goodna ', Club members on Saturday afternoon. The j first, the final match ; for the possess! oft of 1 the monthly medal, saiv pood competition ' Aroused amongst the entry of 21 contestants. : J. A. Macgrefror ? 91 15 7V I W. B. M'Clelland ? 97 33 - SI H. C. A. Hurford ? 1U1 ir, Si; j A. W. Manning ? 10 12 85 ; The second event of the dajv— an. IS boles i stroke competition, was productive of a slightly i improved standard of play. Medium handl- ! cap men did very well. l?)ough. of rouTsc. a I few were interspersed among the back play- ' ers. Scores : — ! G. Turmalne ? ?3 17 76 I G. H. Burrows ? 92 ? lr, 77: J. Av. Macgrcgor ? 94 15 79 ' J Nell ? !U 11 SO : H. B. Ellerton ? 100 17 33 VI. B. M'Cielland' ? 37 13 f.l ; A. S. Fiirness ...... Ill 25 S(j H. C. A. Hurford ? lftl 15 SC R. Pittard ? Ill 1J 87 A. R. Dewar ? 10.'; 17 SS E. Wolf ? 10G IS SS A. W. Manning ? 107 12 95 T. C Kcrr ? 129 25 101

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

CREMORNE THEATRE THE SNAPSHOTS Each week 's programme provided by the Snapshots ol: 1920 at Oremorne Theatre is greeted, by a crowded house. So successful have been the recent ad irliSions to the Snapshots that fresh artists aTe now, awaited with pleasant anticipation. The two new comers who made their first appearance on Saturday night were FEODOR, THE VOLGA BOATMAN, is set the task of shooting the vroman he loves. An intensely dramatic scene from 'The Volga Boat man.' which receives its Australasian premiere at the Tivoli Theatre to-morrow (Monday). Miss Kellie Lafferty, a lyric soprano, and.. .Mv. Joe Delaney, lyric tenors. Both are. artsts of outstanding ability, and have voices of beautiful quality. They are equally at home in bsllad numbers and opera. Miss : Nellie Lafferty 's opening number last night was 'A Heart That's Free.'* sung in a way that quickly won. her the approval of' the large audience. The range of her voice was. also demoii i slrated in a short lyric, 'Smile O...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
Delightful Conditions Favour the Sailing Races FAST TIMES RECORDED Marjorie's Good Performance O.K. and Dragon Perform Brilliantly [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 24 October 1926

f Delightful Conditions Favour the Sailing Races ptFj^T TIMES RECORDED i' Marjorie's Good Perfoniiance p OJt. and Dragoa Perform Brilliantly Pi-./:-'.- ???:? ?? ? ' -^ *~^ . pf , ^BESTJRICTED YACHTS ? MISS BRISBANE (V. Campbell) Wi »! ?'''' V filGHTEENS ? „ .. .. MARJORIE (S. Springfield) pi1.--'. TWENTY-TWOS ? ... ... EVELYN (J. M'Cleer) p RATERS ? EVERNEL (R. Stone) p/.w ^OUTH BRISBANE SKliTS .. .. AVALON (G. Sleath) fe/BRISBAiSfE SKIFFS ...;-... JUNE (S. Hancock) § - * WATERLOO BAY SKltfFS -v- MERCIA -W. Port) PV \ OXLEY CLUB ? MELODY lip /HAMILTON UNRESTRICTED LANCE (G. Lcatherbrough) i. ;. BRISBANE JUNIORS -., '. . ,.l. ..\ DORA I'X '..The conditions for the sailing races on W\ |5atiirdBy -were easily the 'best this sea-' S*. ^gou.' The- breeze oamo from tjie north %_ eist quarter, with a variation ;o fa few M. ??'?*. points to the north, and. was fjiirfy cY«ii 6 .'?-: in strength thro'tigbotit' the 'afternoon; |t *-',- Combined with the ebb tide, the da.r p' was. ideal for fas...

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

?. YACHTS AND HATERS S --HThe.' chief events of the day were rim k* itaHer the control of the Boyal Queens S* idad -Yacht Glub — traces for the restricted |i .^ehl» and ianton itope ratefs. Th^ lai .; '-i' Win MV H#**»**O ^wyw- — .. ? u --^ ? - . . _. .. V^^eSsou by the parent body. The officials «:ti^c: Starter and jndg^ F.-E.,Wood;. '|^tS*ekeeper, J. A Parker; umpire, E. f?3E!i,':'D'Arcy; flagship director, R. J.Dix. f- '^^rt^yafihtfl competed from the fol p%-'|^ing'iianaifctp;B: \Maroomba -W. '5Leo-^ |,'^3wrft), scratch; Miss Ajax (A. E. Gib ^i«R£*er*tch; Marian (G. Croll), lmiu; ^f^Sx^'t (D-.-E. Mactaggart), Jmm; l§lliSaWl m .-N.'6ate), 3min; Uatt-Bra 0Z$!p$E:. 3min ; Caress II. (K; Walts); EtA v;'- ? *Be- COHBllMfllS laiuiueu. hto '»»? ET* *vioaikers- there being very little change: W-* ^in'ithe racing to the Boggy Creek marie W' ?Cir«58 H., from the bafek.-mark,'%as,. K, ifco-ever, gaining slightly 6k «ie leaders, . K.' .i^smflg^Latona. The ' Litter sliprtly^aft^r : KXaa*--fle...

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

| ; £IGHT£EN-1'O0T£RS $y. .--K- '. ? ? , ?? - ? - - ' ?: ' fehe'18-footer race respited in a great P -??'?ma. for/ JferJorie' 'from the niark of ^-rMfiibtih Tiui liraft has not had snecess ^i'~-S^air-jBii»-.^»«n in keeping with Itti fe^^&Wta^oB^Oji at leifet two , occasions ife{^^fiCifiis5!*fiti*«it --aha :on the previous ft-^ett'^Tf**»aiKe loolad -all. over a i f' -l^M*iithfeS^ 3ikc ^inp ^W^ iMffleafi^Eweiltor^h^toishaps. The ^plalt^fiSSana earned a*ay£tfcen oppo #r^Pi^enTja Trtvarf. Vagabond, Yhe? P^viliBftifiog -Boggy., Creek mairkt ca^swed. ^jy-.'^O'-^^. . ? ' ? -.-.?-?.?--?- m^y : ? ? - ? ? . ?

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

SOUTH BRISBANE SKIFFS - The best face for many seasons was the general opinion expressed by the up-river followers of the South Brisbane skiffs.. Ara'Ian,.:skippered by G. Slealit, secured her JSrst win of the season. The back-markers, ? Victor, Vera, and Magnet, -were zne, aesi. perxormers, tne Aostrauan champion- excelling - i» the windward wpr-. .1% following itrere the handi caps' :'-=— Fatgi . -W. Fitton), scr.; Mem ory. t&* Mortherfd), ecr.; Pastime '(E. ?V--lfe), linin; Corona (G. Robertson), lmin ; . Avalon (G. Sleath) , liinin ; Meteor (W. Allison) ,-. Smin ; -N.F.J. (J. Jones), 54min; Magnet (Wi Marquis)/ Sjmin; Vera'-E. Ware)', 7{-min; Valen cia (T. DeanXi 8min; Miss Orleigh (G. Byland), 8min; Victor (V. Lucas), 9 xnin. ? . 411^-bqats -were sent away to .their: respective flags. 'The order rounding the .bottom mark tras jffemorv, Avalon, ^Bwame,: Fawn, -Meteor,- N.P.-l ., Corona; Magnet, Vera, Miss Orleigh, Victor, n'nd Valencia. Valencia' was handicapped through ...

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