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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926

'4m I 9 $ I There's a Call for S I COOLER CLOTHES! 1 * I OUMMER'S here now — there's no mistaking it. Men ; ^^ ^ e ^^ everywhere are taking to cooler clothes. Many of them a£ 1 1 ^-^ are solving the question of coolness, and of comfort with - » ; «g Moore Bros. Special Business Suits. And -while they arc 61 ^|| -winning comfort and coolness from the cloths specially woven |P, %1 for the Season, the particularly keen price is giving them value |p 0& that isn't to be equalled anywhere. jp | £5-10-0 I M ' TO - MEASURE Pf -«! Patterns of the new light-weight Summer veaeea, ^F {§| also Fashion Plate* and Self- Meaiurement f^ 3s Forms free on reqaat. :-.- Call or Write. » 1 M0©EE ER0S. I ^ \ TAILORS ONLY g ^ I Opp. G.P.O.. QUEEN STREET. BRISBANE S[ * \ \P1C1CH AM ST.. VALLEY STANLEY ST-. STH. BWSBAKB g « LONGER WEAR AT n LOWER COST This in brief explains the idv.nUjw «f TROPIC GOLF BALL PRICE 2/ EACH— 21/ DOZ. A GOLF PRACTICE . ? NET . ? All Golfers are cordially invited to make f...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
HARD FIGHTING ESLER AND DE LEON VERDICT FOR FILIPINO [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926

HARD FIGHTING — ♦ — ESLER AND DE LEON VERDICT FOR FILIPINO .SYDNEY, Saturday. — Gavino De Leon, the Filipino, outpointed 'Joe' Esler (Queensland) in a hard-hitting 20 rounds at the Sydney Stadium to night. Esler scaled 8.10* and Do Leon 8.13*. The first five rounds were well con tested, both boxers, as da their last meeting, fighting in clinches, in which terrific blows were delivered. - The Filipino had the better cf matters, Esler uot showing his usual good form. There was plenty of excitement in the sixth? wuen Esler drove De Leon around the ring and repeatedly shot lefts and | rights to the face.- He looked like scoring a kn6ck-out, but De Leon started one of bis typical cyclone smashes and rocked the Cueenslander with a swing to tho face. With his left eye badly cut, from which the blood copiously flowed, Esler -was practically done in the ninth round, but the gong saved him. Despite his defective eye, Esler came back well and outfought his stocky oppo nent iu the 11th round. T...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
GRIME TOO GOOD HALL OUTPOINTED [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926

GRIME TOO GOOD . ? v HALL OUTPOINTED MELBOURNE, Saturday.—' ' Billy ' ' Grime (9.2i) decisively outpointed \ 'Joe' Hall (9.8) at the Melbourne! Stadium to-night. Grime won 12 rounds, ; some by only a slight margin, to HaJl 'b j four, and four were even. ! Hall opened as if he was soinn- to ' give Grime a lot of trouble, his left hook I being a feature, but Grime found a! check for that iu the third, and there- I after it seldom connected properly. I Grime contented himself by out-boxing : Hall for about half tbe trip, but, iu tlie j later stages, was tbe aggressor most of j the time. | The lutb and 14th were the best rounds | of the fight, each embracing several fien-c rallies. By tbe 18th both were I feeling the strain. The last few rounds were much quieter. Hall tired more than Grime, and Seldom tried a hit. In the last two rounds Grime showed hie customary artistry in evasion, while his attack was more versatile than Hall's. Grime's left was straighter, cleaner, and more definite...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926

jHJ3y-V....'. -? :-- ? T. ? ' ? ? ' ? ^ ? 1 I|1:k''' '?? '?'?? ;?..?.- ? : ^|- Taste the Fresh Creaminess i§|i ???:.' ? ? ? ? 01 ? ? ? CEREBOS 1 CUSTARD ^ - v eoW with fruit, or as a mjl |]8m||^S^^^J&]|^^5^^CT ;f- : ; inessofCerebosCustard iff PH^^^^^ p5Cs njiakes the dish doubly yjft |jj|ji| jT^Sbh^^^ ^'* ' ? /??'-- Tl . . . 1 . \ ?«:« - ? ? For a trifle you can purchase Cerebos Custard Custard is highly nu tritive and wholesome, and makes a delightful addition to fruit dishes, trifles, puddings, etc. Cerebos Custard is made under ideal condit ions from the purest of ingredients only. Obtainable at all better-class Grocers in 1 oz. pkts., * 4oz. pkts., - 8oz.pkts., - 12 oz. tins 1 Cerebos Custard *, -' ' ONE OF THE CEREBOS PURITY PRODUCTS ** - * t -7. ? ? ''

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
BODY IN RIVER WHEEL TIED TO LEG FISHERMAN'S FATE [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926

BODY IN RIVER — ♦? — WHEEL TIED TO LEG FISHERMAN'S FATE SfURWLLLTJMBAH. Saturday- — The body of John Holm (47) -was found in tho Tweed Diver,, at Tumbulgum, yes terday. Holm followed the occupation of a fisherman. He informed some companions yes terday morning that he Tvas going' to return a borrowed boat. As he did not return when expected, a search was made. The body was found submerged. Two pieces of iron were found in the Iiip pocket, while a heaiy iron wheel was attached to a leg.- by some rusty -clothes-line wire.

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926

i$ :^^lf^jt^^vCHILD'-'IN- A *.?; ;^&:§p , ?' ;l *£w hours ! ?v ?--?'^ *'^tVnbui'CMM(.Cbiistipkte«!, «r if Fe*eri*l- ! ?;? ' ;??? »*''''? -«Vi- * |K«*«'^Cdi'«-rni« Syrup of Fig»,' ' j =;. ' .'?/ -vV ,' '.' . _ . lhea Don't Worry. , JJ:-^' Moftbera can rest easy after giving j -*. ? ^' California Svrop oi Figs.' because in a . Y ?cfe« hours all the. cloggw-iip waste matter. ? . .' . ^.BOii'r bile and fermenting food gently move '/'?' :©u».of cl(e bowels, and you have a healthy. \-i --,ptIl^'i chiiri again' \ Children simply wjll . _?£' ' 'no! take the time from play to empty their ' ' 1 V.~» bowels, which become * ?=??'* s- *'*'~i tiglitJv packed, and then «sV': ^| \/\ the li\-er gets sluggish and v' ' C* mrf '?'? t'JS *tomacb diso.dered. S ?'*'' \ Jj When cross, feverish, \* j£. .*/ Jr&?rj\ restless, see if the tongue ''?* '^ li\/ \\ -cis coated, then give this .'? V3v Y\ delicious 'Inii! laxative.' ? i' ; ?' L K Children love it, and it ,eU '?' 'l\ caunDi cause injur...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
FIRE-STICK PLOT FRUSTRATED BY STORM [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926

F1RESTICK PLOT — — ♦ ? FRUSTRATED BY STORM (ATJSTBAIiIAir CABLE SERVICE.) CALCUTTA, Saturday.— Tho report of the Commissioner of Police at Cal cutta regarding the July riots disclose for the first time an intensely diabolical plot to burn the whole of a block of tenement ' houses occupied by Marwaris and Hindus. It was only frustrated by a heavy monsoonal storm. The houses, up to a height of two feet above the ground, were drenched with oil, which was also freely poured out in the lanes which bound three sides of the buildings. This was with the evi dent intention of cutting off the escape of the inmates of the buildings and of hampering the fire brigade. No clues are available at present.

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
NOT THE MISSING LADY [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926

not the vprnmiMk By inadvertence, the name and £i£ dressof Mrs.r,Qraat, Lwwftfe^. jien^ road, Corfcda, apgearei ab^e 4fi*»3*^r tieement printed ijn h? 1Sunosy--Mai£'of October 84. th»' adveitssei^sfr^sftnV tained the picture of 9. young lady Btatsd to hava been uiissine since Sentemljer 29, and concerning whose whereabavfa her sister .desired inf ormation. . j^fs. Grant h8B;b«a causeji pome'; worry and . annoyance fey .reseen of tSe ^ pu^»Uoin. af her name is a pwtjon ou^rwtepc, ftafc^^ii tJ»B ori«inaj| vt-Mi ?7$j&iii& pictore: -She':,iB.. R»t J^fc;f^5^;,?nJ^ftjg.' ? r\

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
EARL'S AFFAIRS DIVORCE PLEA FAILS [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926

EARL'S AFFAIRS DIVORCE PLEA FAILS (AUSTBAUAN CABLE SEEVICE.) LONDON, Saturday.— Lord Cowley's suit for divorce on the grounds of mis conduct has been dismissed with costs. The jury stopped the case. It was men tioned that the parties separated in 1925. Lord Cowley allowing hig wife and toree children £300 a month. The trus tees of his father's estate allowed the Earl £500 a month, but. it was said that he was still an actor because he wished to have a eareer. (Christian Arthur Wellcslcy, fourth Earl of Cowlej-, is 3tt years of age. Is ;i late lieu tenant of the 5th Lancers. He enlisted In the artillery iu X915. He married in 1914 Mary Picard, a former American chorus-Rlrl. by whom he has one son and two daughters.)

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926

I llflliitW^M Come in and see these 1 1 HR*Twi Bargains for Yourselves - ||| mKBrnSm DDTPPC I fK/BKUm dKIuuo I «BHT 250 Dress Lengths ./ 1 Y^Wwi Consisting of Floral Voiles, Morocains, Fuji, jl V *^jl etc., each containing 2J to 3 years. I - J \ | (Enough for Costume) ^m /l 1 -B j YOUR CHOICE FOR £4 I XX jl Huge purchase of 58in Unbleached Table Dam ask. We cleared the agent's entire stock at about half original cost. Usually 2/9 yd. SALE SPECIAL 1/6* Rack of assorted Robe= in Floral Voiles, Art Silk Morocains, Striped Fuji Plain Fuji. S.W., W., O.S. Usual Price. 12/11 to 15/11. j YOUR CHOICE 7/11 100 dozen French Flowers. Large assort ment of sprays. Usual Price, 1/11 to 2/11. SALE SPECIAL 1/6 Special showing of new model Costumes,, all latest designs, in Silk Ceorgette., Crepe de Chene, Moro cains. etc- S.W.. W.. O.S. Usual Price, 59/6. SALE PRICE 39/11 Ladies' new style Black Italian Overalls, with fancy top. Usual Price : 4/11. SALE PRICE 2/11* Table of smart Littene 1 Frocks in...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
STATE FORECAST [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926

STATE FORECAST Generally fine weather continuing, but sporadic thunderstorms and dust storms not improbable between Gulf, far south-west, and subtropi cal coast, and scattered showers likely in North Coast and Peninsula divisions: warm to verv hot. but marked cool change afiecting far Central-west and South-west to night, and extending through sab tropical, zone to coast by Monday; south-easterly winds on northern coast, otherwise northerly, but southerly change affecting far south west to-night, and advancing east wards. CITY. Generally fine and hot, with northerly winds, but a thunderstorm probable in the afternoon or even, ing, followed by a cool, fresh, south erly cbinEe.

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
MUSIC FOR ALL BACKWARD BRITISH CONDUCTOR'S IDEAS [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926

MUSIC FOR ALL | — ♦ — i BACKWARD BRITISH CONDUCTOR'S IDEAS Tf the concert profession is to main tain its position in /-ur national life, some radical changes are imperative. The mul tiplicity of cinemas, the catholic appeal of wireless, and the diversity of other counter-attractions are factors that of recent years have tended to retard the progress of jrood music in this country (writes Sir Dan Godfrey, id a .London paper). Opera in England is still a specu lative venture in. which disaster holds most of the trumps. Why is it that on the Continent we should be looked upon as out of date regarding miisic? TVhy are we stigmat ised in some Quarters as an unmusical nation f I am convinced that lack of musical appreciation is not a national characteris tic On the other hand, however, it would be idle to deny that in many casos «3H!*h appreciation is merely latent, and sadly in need of proper educative development. The importation of Ameri can syncopation, ragtime melodies, and 'jazz' is...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
FUNERAL OF THE REV. DR. ROWE [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926

FUNERAL OF THE REV. DR. ROWE Gun carriage conveying the bier of the senior chaplain passing to the grave in Toowong cemetery.

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926

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Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
FROM THE HARBOUR CITY [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926

I —FROM THE HARBOUR CITY— J (By A. P.) All the people vrbo can jjet away be fore tlic great rush conies are going To the Cup for Jlie festivities -which m;ike Melbourne gay for the next few weeks Srdnoy is getting ready fur tlie summer. Spring bari vanished- and the problem of yrhat to wear is no longer as complex as it was a month or so ago. LACE DRESSES. One of the most eliarmin? toilettes tbat is delightfully cool to look at and decorative to tin.1 we;irer is a lace -iies.v Beige or ecru is the most popular shade: the utility and fascination of these lace f rooks may make them too popular. They are made over silk or satin slips, -with out any sleeves. The sleeves of Iai;e are gathered iji at the wrist, and one very pretty pair of sleeves was fashioned with the two hems of the lace joining on the outer arm. which was disclosed slightly, as here and there Ihe border was caught together. The skirt was* shirred on just below the waist line of Jacc. he it understood. The cape at the b...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
THE LAST TRIBUTES Dr. Rowe Laid to Rest Impressive Funeral Ceremonies [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926

THE LAST TRIBUTES Dr. Rowe Laid to Rest Impressive Funeral Ceremonies Beneath, the pulpit of Albert-street Methodist Church — the place from which for over 20 years he delivered the mes sage of Christianity — and beneath the Bible from whieh he so. often gave the lessons, rested the mortal remains of Bev. Dr. G. E. Bowe on Saturday morn ing. Thousands of people passed the bier before the body was takes to its last rest in Toowong Cemetery. Within the crowds who witnessed the last' sad rites were numbers who held not Dr. Eowe's religious beliefs; they were friends who. either cherished an «ar during friendship with him or admired the honesty of purpose that dominated his ministerial and publie life. All the homage that could be paid by citizens of Brisbane to one so respec ted was accorded the deceased clergy man. As senior ehaplain of the military forees in Queensland, and a returned padre, the raCitia carried the casket, draped in the Union Jack, on a gun car riage. All of the reli...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926

WHERE DO YOUR TRAM FARES GO? Uo yon giTe them to tlse Tram Trust, or put them Into tbe fcenk? Ton. save money every mile when you ride *n ASHBT Bicycle. Be Independent! Tram riding, sardine fashion, at . excessive rate's will soon be a thing of the past. t . - ? ' ? ' ? More men' every day are fiDding that it pays to own a bike — but it mnst be a tood one. 3uy an ASHBT. ; - Tbe ASHBY BICYCLE is abso lutely the' best machine in Queens, land,, being 'built specially to suit local conditions, ONLY BEST BBITISH PA3TS BEING USED. The ABHBY EOADSTE1 or EAGER from £10/10/, or rn the easiest of terms. ^pM^^?;^^svVKEaf9^[^^ I Gaavas Gobds I ? Ft^fepit .-V| ; | Queensland . I i iuainpero i I Tfce PJMZE V *2/2/ -for last week's II i *ELYAN8 Code f Jag -. Csmpetitlon M Is sw«t to JHrs.7^ M; Jones, Aiderson- jg atraet, Newmarket 'Brtsbans: ' = Aftf flit alwve: wlaeliia vtntsoce Is ? | : reminder Ver ;you to set in early *nd ' = Mr W WH VOW REUANCE TENTS. I FfcYR STRETCHERS. HAMMOCKS, i WATER BA6...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
THE WOMEN'S OWN CURUCH FEIE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926

jffejfj: WOMEN'S OWN I [?] p3gH|£1tnnMW9' jwwkIb «*«« iray xH3i I 'tflJHb'aftJ streamer* wag tlje scene which lWth9. «w of -*« visitor to Bw Con WmSffc**0^ Churtfe a* Ootftwall-street, fftlliSarli^'oB js^tur^y .a^terjaopji, when IviBiprte flie debt on the 0sjr, :cbifrch. *&f|i|lfe £eP* T*'® itormally'Hg^epefl. by My. sS^I Hfclfc 'Kisg, MiA., wbo -was introduce^ : J$*fe 35ji»F- J*1 &M ?SdrcRs, complimented '?'?'?lffi#W»i»eri as$ helpers on ttey- dis '**''$ «W»-'*ft-**W eoBHSeB^, t]l§ paptpr and -:?|tB§frefation «a the, %uai ''&at ttejr - l^pp; to raiee fonds wa8;coh-liictecl with' Hiiiir&jftes.' PeF*op8Jljr;'||e:«aia, he had i^ailiibjaetiMi t9 rdlW^t eonawlered : ,:*§t;thoie whe ba4 (Jie $ar«9 0* their ^mmetipnit ati£ fiid -wit^oiit, TaSlep j.^^aHaSls ab$ iioldera yeoB-, «9 SpMow:-^ |:-Spt Schilling; wfc i-iUi%di' G. W, fp?& T, tip**')!.' Wsi^VSTefitpn, M«V L. Wicks, G. Eamsaj^ : flowers, 'iftii^Htes D. Cage and,' D. M£ejc; cakes, ?HisSyiBJeB '...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926

aSI^E BARGAINS. y^f -^N DAtNTY -~^&ll J WAWPAGNE -*^3Q}| 0 -7 *iit.bt»ap ^Tar I -r / nwoE8;;iPum» // 8-fe I 1 : 9OVE&, BABY Jjff JrU 1 OUEEN-STREET and VALLEY. BRISBANE.^ * ?? ? ''

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926

Whai does i|our Smile Reveal? * I O.E most pleasing smile is mainly L a matter of the teeth it reveals. ?at- care most be taken to pro tect the teeth from, wsifchtly and unhealthy decay. My examination en'l advice onyour teeih-^Pree of Charge — will warn you of this danger. - Phone 6573 and make, your appointment NOW! .. R. J. Stewart, ud.-j. ?sffe.^Sfiftiwl'^BiBoti: teavn&et fitaidinjs . ? ^nMvwu%7WvwvvVwvndvw^Ayvv-lvu-. ! CHARMING ji iSUMMER MODES 1 IX FBOCKS, HATS, FABRICS, , HOSIEBT, GLOVES, ETC. i : Miss Wright offers some exceptionally ' i i attractive values in the above lines. ?. , Each particular number shows in- i i dividual style and excellent quality. ! OEDEES TOE ¥BOCKS TAKEN ONK i r FITTING A SPECIALITY. i lVHSS WRIGHT | Specialist la Ladles' Wear. ij i Inns of Court, Adelaide-street, J 1 BRISBANE. - ! 'Phone. Central 2971. V i ? ' ? '?

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