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BRISBANE SKIFFS [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 24 October 1926

--%hisbane: shirrs '? \'*The . wonflerful speed off the - trir,«l of O.K. an^-Dragon was the outstand ing feature of the Brisbane skiffs han dicap. June, off the 4m5n mark, -was the eventual winner of a good raej?. with two craft mentioned above quickly gaining 031 .the leaders to Trards . the -finish. This was the first performance of1 O.K.. which has i»een buiTFTof PraTft 'Uolemaii. anil lauiicliod during the last few days. Dragon 'fa jUlso a new- craft this so.ison. On Saturday^ performance l»oth may well be termed veritable fliers. The following were tlio handicaps: Portia (G. Dunne), scratch; Native (J. Gosti«-, scratch; Joyce (ff. Pavey), 2ruin: June (S- Hancock), 4nihi : Musician (K. M' Murray), Smin; Kl vira (W. Bergin), 5Jini»»: O.K. {F . Colema\-), 7imin; Chance (R. Pay). Smin; Colleen fVf. Macfarlane). 6miti; Dragon (A. Whereat). Smin: 'Venture -H. Crouch1), 8£min; Curious (X. Vaughan), 9mln. ... Xiative early took tlie lead froin Portia vrith Joyce in goo-l vositton. Nea...

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

. WATERLOO BAY SKIFFS Wilfie Port scored his first suems of the season -when he annexed the Viter loo Bay skiff handicap from thc back mark. In leading the club champion Mcreia excelled. whilst in the dead rmufVi Vn windward she also showed raw »juali1y. The race was held over thc ue-^ dub course off the following handi--ai;.--: Harmony (G. Munro). scratch. M.C (A. CuevillVliuin: Vena (N. I^dcr), Cmin ; Avro (J- Findlay)- 6min: K.C.li. -J. Brown), S^miu : Mercia f\X. Port). 11 miu; Mialba (J. Horsloy) 13 min. back-markers quickly gained on the load ers. In the next lee to the King Islai-cl mark Harmony sailed off tlie course, and eventually liad to slog to the mark. The back-markers profited by this error. There was only three minutes between the whole fleet in vounding. In il\-t tight lead t0 the starter's boat Mereia put op n wonderful performance, moving into eecond position: M.C- roifiiding fir.«V. Tne dead punch to.yrindward-saw the Xorinau Wright producrioii improve l:er )-osi...

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

OXLEY CLUB # Nine boats faced the starter iu -a handicap race in the IndooroopiUy Teach. The breeze freshened during the course of the race. Spitfire retiring, whilst Coral Isle capsized. Finishing tiniea: — Melody (A. Goldsmith), 4.31.45. Sally (W.- Written), 4.3S.51. Hope (J. Moffatt), 4.32.6. Kewpie (J. Craig). 4.35.15. Vuna (J. Walker), 4.38.0.

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

i'J~ KENKBL ASSOCIATION. ?? ':^.The ladies' social comniittee of the fennel Association is having, .a euchre ^-.Jjiarty and dance in -the- Dxal'ds1 Hall, y-Jeorg9-stfeet, next Friday evening, fanciers who ge: along are sure -to -? enjoy themselv«B v--:One'of thfi subiects of discussion at H%e roTjnd table conference on the :\18th instant was the clashing of ^sftowSi ' Queensland is not alone in ??^his difficulty. England is. every ,bit .^as bad. From an authentic source ^re have 'it that on September. 4 there riwere.~J.7 shows held in -England;' on ?f:Xh& 7th 12 took place, 15 on the loth, -#snd so on. When we consider the ^?short distances apart, ~ and the easy .accessibility of moBt populous eentres ^at home,^* it would seem that many . sh'otr societies an d: hard working sec :Tet»ries face sometimes greater dis ;'ir«pointmenlfi , in. the ? cnatter-=oE , . tl^tin. '?'entries and 'poor financial return ' than do their Queensland brethren. fOXTEKBIBE FACTS. Mr. C Sellingham ...

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

THE DOG WORLD i m i'S^;- ???; - .\ ? October 28. — Bnliaos: bxiii^v^'Mf*^ !'-C«rb«ru».p.' - ? ; ?? --y ?; :\ :v'' ; -^ ' c,.:.?r^: j- .? ?? October' '29;^— Kennel Association's social. - j-October 30. — Airedale Club: show; 1p '.'$£ '' Sn--w Society parade; Foxterrier Glub ineiaL . , . - ? :-?'..1 -ember €.^-iadies' Kenn«l CSub ..parade^ . .... ? ? $ :Nov«inber IS. — Gnn Dog C'mb's .final ^outing. ? ? ?.

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

???????IIIIII1IIIIIIIIIII1IIIIII1IIIIIIIIIIIIIII8III1IIIIIII Daintiest 'Kerchiefs j I ?.?.-?;?? ...' ! Including Many New Style Notions T | — ^Always Better Values at ? i . . ????? ! T. C. Beirne's 1 i ^ ? ^ _ ? BOX OF SIX GUIPURE LACE EDGED HAXDKEBCHIEFS. PRICE, 12/6 box. Others, 5/6, 7/6, 10/6, 15/6, 16/6, 19/6 box. Box of three. PRICES, 3/11, 4/6, 5/11, 6/11, 7/6, 10/6, 13/6 box HEitSTITCHED AND EMBROI DERED FIXE IRISH LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS. TRICE, 2/11 each. Others, /10£, 1/. 1/3, 1/6, 1/11, 2/6, 3/6, 3/11, 4/11, to 10/6 each. GUIPURE LACE EDGED HAND KERCHIEFS. PRICES, /lOj, 1/, 1/3, 1/6, 1/11, 2/6, 2/11, 3/6,4/6, 4/11, 5/6, 5/11 each. Not Illustrated VAL. LACE EDGE AND EMBROID EliED COBKEIi HAKDKJSKCHIEFS. PRICES: /lO'/z, IX. l/3;'sl/9, 2/3, 2/11, 3/6, 3/11 each, ' .- BOX OF SIX VAL. LACE EDGED ASD EMBR01DBKED' HA.VDKEE CH1EFS. PRICES: 4/11, 5/11. 7/6. tO/6, M,'€ box. Buz of three. PRICES: 2/6, 3/11, 4/11 box. BOX OF SIX GUIPtifi ASti COh ODKEO EMBEO1UEBEU ' CORNEK HANDKERCHIEFS....

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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Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
THE WOMEN'S OWN RACES AT ASCOT TATTERSALL'S MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 24 October 1926

THE WOMEN'^ OWN RACES AT ASGOT ? ♦ ? TATTEKSALL'S MEETING. . Opportuiiity to wear dainty summer frocks was taken fall advantage of on Saturday at Ascot, when the October meeting of Tattersall's Club took place under ideal weather conditions- Flow ered ninon or voile frocks held pride of place, and many were trimmed with Val enciennes lace, and made in early Vic torian style. In niost cases large sliady hals were worn, and appeared to be more in keepinpr with the sunny day, than the smaller hat. which has been the vojjue for so lon». Music was pro vided by the Queensland Turf Club Band, and several gatherings were held on the tomniittpe room verandas, and in the tea room of David Webster and Sons Ltd. Mrs. Cecil Palmer -wore a. jacaranda blue marocain frock patterned in 4?rey and black squares, and a gre~ silk ve'6t trimmed with tiny iherry buttons. Her large hont-v-coloured straw hat was trimmed with a wide band of cherry vel vo.t ribbon. Striped navy uud marietta was worn by Mrs. E...

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

Wftif . pVER In. the lead with MM HI MU regard to fashion, VKm] HI! - i ^b PBTCE & HEAD offer ' flH Hlf ^«H^ tllis week & ^teci&l line WR HI //^WKb^ cotton voile 1H ?I sH MI^mW/L PBOCKS of wonderfnl 1H Hjn X I JPBBBy^Sf colour and .daintiness at ^H Hil / ^^¥^\3mL * prices ranging from QK/ flH Hjl V 3» n^^SfeS* When, yon come to seethe ^H Hi) \ ' Jtw Jsh&iXSl Frocks, -why not ask us ' 1H Bit a.\ ^yJ^SBi *° 93low y°a onr la*est IH ?U \l / #C%^9^Wr accGssories — Sunshades, IH HI . \_ tW ^WV^aSiji ings, which possess de- 1H WM jtm^&*M wMn*L teils tbat aze tbe la3t ^H H| . / ♦ ? ' ^ SPECIAIiISTS, ^H HI ADELAIDE-STREET, !^l: Bffi - Wear Edward-street. JWM

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
HAMILTON UNRESTRICTED [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 24 October 1926

HAMILTON UNRESTRICTED Tlie following eraft faced the starter in the handicap race of the Hamilton Unrestricted. Club: Water Nymph (G. Barber), Lance (G. Leatherborough), Signet (S. Jensen), Thebna (W. Heard), Torment (\v. Jjyous;, isieiouy \-c. iMacartney). At Parker, Water Nymph, Thebna, and Lance were making an Interesting jace-jfor first' position, the Jatter. eventually raking the lead at.Pin ke&ba. This position she held, rounding the bottom mark, .Thelma lying second. TiffAnst-tr n-nii Sitrnof -Fnllnnrort in tllflt order, whilst Water Nymph had her peak halyard carried away. Melodj' capsized -when off the wind, whilst Torment also gave her crew . a . bath when opposite Cairneross. Finishing times: — Lance (G. Leatherborough). 4.50.10. Thelma ( W. Heard) , 5-0.5. Signet (S. Jensen), 5.2.30.

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

BUCKET SHOPS A GAMBLE IN SHARES. . The average person might i;piuin«..4hal a bucket shop was a place where buckets were sold. The term, however, Is a pure, colloquialism for an office, not being the office of a registered broker, which tnns-' acts business in stock ana snares, uunng the coming week The Daily Mail. will, pub lish Jt series of articles on these inter esting' establishments, unknown to Brls nsvr, but fairly common in London.- Such is the fascination of a Gamble in shares that the bucket shop flourishes exceed ingly in Great Britain. The intricacies of dealing in shares are but little under stood by the. small investor and specu lator, and thus the bucket-shop keerer has . amplf opportunity for sharp practice and . even downright dishonesty. However, not all bucket-shop, keepers are dithoneit, but ; bucket-shops as a rule are places It would £~- be well to avoid. The first article will appear in to-morrow's issue of The Daily Mail. It is announced in our advertising col...

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

KENNEL CLUB ONE-POINT PARADE Tim liiiocriM.Tiid Kciiik-I Hull Isold j Din point liaradr ;:t Victoria I'.-n!-: en (iaiurday afliTnunii. With ;in cntrv uf -12. rciiresonlod liy 91 individual duss, the .iudt'.-s. had ;i fairly liea\y tusk. Tliey wi-n- : Mr. \V. -? K.-u- all lerrier?: M. H. h (iriflirh. poudlfs ; and Mr. i-1. Uardimr. ail utlur lirccd*. A n-olcomu addition m ihc jmra-le was the soft drinks siall in til' ?rm:m].-:. anil the honorary secretary (.Mr. .las. Jlirminpliam) was congratulated on Jiis cfflciint management. SPECIALS. The Huon i-iip, fur ben 'novice fov !..?;??:?? r bitch, was will) l-y Mr. II. Lawsuit's f'nrnwii. The t.rc])liy..'t\;r fox icniir dus was won uy -Tr. ' R J. Wilkinson's Canonic Itnfus. Ncw Ifinn trojiliv, for rliumpinn l-:n^ lail c-altle hitch, by Mr. B.vrnes' Blue Mctilc Besi sroy hound of show was won by A. StapletonN Watcrford. Trophy for best Jiovii-c jmndlr d»^' nas won hy Mrs. I.'indcr's Lord Fluff of T.n Pftr.il t cii Trnri1! v fur ^nili^c lm ...

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

TOWNSVILLE IXWXSYILUE, Saturday. — Tue fourth rare for the Lension Cup was 'sailed to-day iii a medium easterly breeze. Results: Envy (O. Butler). 4min, 1; (E. J. Dufficld), 2Jnnn, 3. Won by a foot. Other starter?!: Kismet (A. Bnok), Smin : Grace (J. Cljapman), 2miij; Mario (L. Taylor), imin; Ethna (G. Piv-kers). 4miii; J.M.IT. (A. Humphries). Smin; Vionc (F. Pafliii), scratch; Florence CD. ?M'Leau). 8min: Thelma (!'. Davids), lOftiirt; Meteor i'B. llillman). ^min. The second rat--- for the 3-avics ''up re sulted : Wattle (L. Kippin). lrtmiii. 1; Spiny (V. .Sindeii). soratch, 2: Koni]j (T. Moyses), lorniu. .' : Marjorie -V. Ingham). scrntcli, 4- Iui\- (O. Reynolds), lSiuin, retired.

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

Summer Fashions IN GLOVES. HOSIERY. HAND. BAGS, ETC. . 8ac& Charming 9n:i Accessories - u Giotto. Hidery. Hafcdbacs. etc. '? -HtttM to correspond witk eveiy irock, *nd cult&ble -lor vxriona * .'?ccasiens — are sbo*ing at Miss Wright's. - Jtaiatf numbers In. Tests, etc., also yroeonbje. . ' ? Orteri for Summer ' Frocfcj taken — att flttlao it (pielality. SBOCKS CUT OUT AND TACKED FROM MATERIALS PURCHASED . HBEE FBOM 7/6. j MISS WRIGHT Specialist In. Ladies' TTear, ' * ' Inae of Court, ADELAIDE-STBEET. BEISBAKE. 'Phone Central 2971. itvfcihl qau have ike cH«iceT ' 'VTEGLECT is practically tie QJ - -only reason for losing teeth. ? '' . ^Decide now to lave my° expert opin'on on the s:ate of your teeth — I -Trill mete b areful exam ination end Jive yon this advice TREE OF CHARGE R. J. Siemari, L.D.Q. &U&GCON DENTIST It-^eni Floor, C6nrier.Euldin£a * Queen Street |^e7n* trie bane j ?lllllllllilllllllllllllllllllllllllllHIIIIIIIIII! THE SILK STORE Circular „...

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

BRISBANE JUNIORS The* junior class held their opening race of^ the season, seven boats compet ing1 off tlie following liandicaps: /Myra 5Jmin, Mickey 5imin, Dora 5min, .Tauet Smin, Elina SJmin. Aloma liniin, Dadie seratcli. Jfickey had the misfortune to DreaK Her .btisnpKiu oust at rue siart, whilst Myra was late in getting to the mark. Janet and Dora made a good race to Parker, the little craft having great difficulty in keeping afloat in the roll. Janet was iu di^fieultv at the rounding mark, but effected a good save. The following -ivere the roundinjr times: — Dora 3.47.33, Janet 3.47.3G, Dndio 3.49.10, Alomsi 3.51.0, Elmn 3-52.1:). Janet had the lead approaching this mark, but Dora, by skiJf iiJ action, rounded the buoy first. Off thc wind Dora ivcnt further away, winning- easily. Finishing times: — Dora. 4.35.15. Janet, 4.41.5. Aloma. 4.41J0. Dadie. 4.41.25

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

1-EXLKY Cocker Spaniel Kennels. .At stud. ?* the all-black Cocker. 'Southboro Serin;' (imp.). Me winner, in England. Also cham pion Cocker 192B Brisbane Royal National. Puppies for sale. M'Garry, Stephens-street, jrornincside. 'Phone J4914. HORSE AND DOG REFUGE, YER0NGA. Pets received ana cared for during owner's absence from Brisbane. Rcason ble charges. 'Phone J4363. .'-,*: BEDDOME'S DOG MEDICINES ir« used by the leudinc ownrrs and trainers ' throughout Australasia. - ? : . B&DDOME'S WORM POWDERS Safe. Speedy.' Effective 1/1 posted. LEDDOME'S TONIC AND CONDITION BALLS ' improve the wind and brlot doe to first-rat* eondlUon. 2/8 ? posted. Send for Booklet. 'Hints to Dog Owners.' 9d posted. Above medicines and all our dog medicine* are olttainable from A.. P. Cray, Chemist, Valley : 0,. Symons. Chemist. Kocklianipton : Edward Butlers, Queen-street. Brisbane; ?» direct from - ? ' R. \ -DDOME &CO, PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMISTS. 254 BOURKE-STREET. MELBOURNE,

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

THE TWENTY-TWOS J. M'Cleer, of the juniors, last season, won his first race in the twenty -twos,, putting up a good performance to pilot Evelyn to victory. The following were', the handicaps :-!-Evelyn (J. M'Cleer), 5min;- Peeress (W. Modini), 31/2min;. Myee (L. Watson), 3min; Rona (E. Springfield) 1 1/2min; Gladys (V. Negus), stratch.       On the wind Myee was the best per- former, although Evelyn, led around the bottom mark, the rounding times being:. Evelyn 3.52.30, Myee 3.53.40, Peeress: 3.57.30. Rona 3.58.15. Gladys 3.58.40. With the the wind aft the large craft made excellent progress, looking beautiful with all extras drawing. Peeress had a mis- hap, capsizing with all extras set, op- posite Gibson Spit, Evelyn maintained her lead to the finish, while Rona, and! Gladys. provided an even race for third position. Finishing times: — Evelyn (J. M'Cleer), »4.40.50 Myee (L. Watson), 4.42.25.     Rona (E. Springfield)...

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

DUNLOP TYRES finished up a wonderful road-season   by winning   Australia's   Classics the world-famed     Warrnambool Colac "100" (Amateur)   FIRST and FASTEST TIME in each event was won on Look at this Year's Successes   SALE-MELBOURNE, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and Fastest Time on 'DUNLOPS.' , BALLARAT-MELBOURNE, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and x. Fastest Time on 'DUNLOPS.' GEELONG - MELBOURNE, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and Fastest Time on 'DUNLOPS.' WONTHAGGI - MELBOURNE, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and Fastest Time on 'DUNLOPS.' ' KAPUNDA - ADELAIDE, 1st and Fastest ' Time on 'DUNLOPS.' - GOULBURN - SYDNEY- (Amateur), 1st and ;z Fastest Time on 'DUNLOPS.' GOULBURN - SYDNEY (League), 1st, 2nd, and ?;: Fastest Time on 'DUNLOPS.' * BEVERLY - PERTH, 1st on 'DUNLOP§' GEELONG '50,' 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and Fastest Time \ on 'DUNLOPS.'   There is no doubt DUNLOP TYRES stand   alone for Service, Economy and Satisfaction &am...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 24 October 1926

Domestic Notices.     MARRIAGE.     REECE—KENNEY.— The marriage of E. J.     Kenney, Melbourne, to Kathleen Reece, Ris-   by-street, Annerley, took place at St. Ste-   phen's Cathedral, on last Saturday, October   16, the Rev. Father Bolton officiating.     ROLL OF HONOUR.     NIXON-SMITH.—In proud and loving memory     of John Richard (Jack), who died at   Rouen, France, October 24, 1918.   Beloved     Our own are our own forever,   God taketh not back his gifts.   Funeral Notices.   JOHN HISLOP & SONS., Funeral Directors   544 Petrie Bight, Brisbane, Central 203     Complete motor or horse-driven service as   required.     &...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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BRITISH HOCKEY WOMEN'S TEAM FOR AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926

BRITISH HOCKEY WOMEN'S TEAM TOR AUSTRALIA. (AUSTRALIAN CABLE SERVICE.) LONDON', Saturday.— The allEng land Women's Hockey Association) has deidod to send a team to Australia next year. '

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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