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A YEAR'S REVIEW FOURTH ANNIVERSARY [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926

A YEAR'S REVIEW FOURTH ANNIVERSARY (AUSTRALIAN CABLE SERVICE.) ROME,- Saturday. — Signor Mussolini, in a speed) on the fourth anniversary of the Fascist revolution, declared that never oe/ore in Italian history had so much been done in the space of one year. Fascism 'o greatest merit was that the nation was to-day an armed force ready for an eventuality, and this new spirit was due? to the Fascist regime alone. ; He added that their foreign rela tions were particularly nappy. The closing of tbe traditional outlets for migration bad resulted ?n the intensi fication of work in tbe colonies, and Italy had irresistibly occupied jkrabub, had gsten led tin domination of Sonia iiland. brooj&t Rbodjes, and tbe Aegean ifislands -«n*W Jfee fatherland, «hd was tiattryifflg oar^tev^lppments An Trippli ||na, C/ngoftfa, - and Abyssinia. ?&*r*1$, M*is*»-tduati *ou!a be -tie, pre injer port of the Red Sea.

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
FASCISMO A MOBILISATION FRONTIER CONCERN IS IT A THREAT? [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926

FASCISMO ? ^ ? A MOBILISATION FRONTIER CONCERN IS IT A.. THREAT? (AUSTRALIAN CABLE 'SERVICE.) LONDON, Saturday.— The Mentone correspondent of the Daily News says: 'The explanation of the extraordin ary movements of the Fascist! on tLe Krcnch border is a question tbat is intriguing the Biviera, where the health resort are usu.'illv the exclusive residence of tennis stars and elderly invalids. Now. they teem with officers and troops, ^wing to the mobilisation of the reserve militia, who are only ??ailed on iii emergencies. In addition, the str.rts are pay-J with plain iilothes police, the shores arc patrolled by special harbour guards from Genoa, :md the frontier is Liaimed by picked troops with machine-guns. 'This is causing great anxiety on l-oth sides Oi the border. Some say lhat the preparations are im .ired by the fear that Rieoiotti Garibaldi will fulfil a recent declaration at Mar seilles, that he 'will collect a. new nmy of Red -shirts to drive out the Black-shirts, and establ...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
CYCLING QUEENSLAND CHAMPIONSHIPS LES MUNRO AGAIN [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926

CYCLING QUEENSLAND CHAM PIONSHIPS LES mJNRO AGAIN The concluding programme of the State cycling championships carnival was conducted on Saturday afternoon in fine weather, before a fair crowd, at the Brisbane Cricket Ground. X ..,,cycmie was uf llle highest order, many Uinlling sprints being witnessed. As usual the carnival! concluded with the ever-popular 10-mlie championship. which j.roica 10 De one of the most exciting races ever witnessed at WooUtmagabha, and lone neiore the last lap had been commenced, practically the whole crowd was on its feet cheer Ing. Les. Muuro succeeded in carrying off the «wo remaining titles, and thus repeated his performance of several years ago, when he won all four titles. On this year's perform ance Les can be termed the 'wonder cyc.lst' of Queensland. Something in the way of a record was estab lished by the placiiigs of the four State championships— ihese being exactly the same in each case. It is not thought likely that Uiere has ever been a simi...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926

— ? ? — — — ^ ^—— ?— ^ — ^ — . M C— CAKKIFFE First.— £100 deposit, Jfew S Ithaca. Bungalovr, 7 rooms aud bathroom, ; gas sieve, water. 2t perches; bargain, £675. ; B. P. Cannlffe, Auctioneer, and Conveyancer, s corner Queeu and Eagle Btreets. £ /~V — CANNIFFE FliR. — New WUston Villa S yj front and side verandas, sir rooms, elec- C trie light and water; £725. £100 deposit. S f^i— CANXIFFE First.— New Gracevllle Home, S v^ front and Bide verandas, six rooms and £ bathroom; bargain, £925. B. F. Cannlffe, — Auctioneer and Conveyancer, corner Queen and s Eagle streets: Zt

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926

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

? £' :^N# LOBOFIT ?'? . EDISWANt The lamp that gices greater brilliancy — -^ ;? ' and longer service ? / ' Sold by All Leading Dealers jilt RCftAL fmsm . rjlAMRS ? Edison Swan Electric Co. Ltd. :: 156 CREEK-CREEK, BRISBANE. i. ? ' | Stuartfaolme Fete \ | Satnrday, November 6. | . ^ ' 'A JFeta In *id of & Bursary Fun(L*dU $ V be held In the grounds of the Std«rt- ? t Jibtee OvnTent, Toowons, on Saturday, ? V ^r-SBS5*r,«. ? ? ? ? ¥: ;,. 1 - Y' '' ?'- ^features of the Stalls, -which will be ? 7 I* capdnCted bj til? students, will Ue the * j1 '*Mls «f embroidery,' fancy leather rork. J J ings. *nd purses, and needlework of J if exquisite design*; and many novelties '1 f from the Sacred Heart communities ,of ? 3[ .France, Italy, and Japan. .-..'. - J Two bands, including the Brisbane ? / Federal Band, will be in attendance, J ji The Fete wlli commence at 2 p.m., - J and continue until 9 p.m. ? 5 A hearty welcome is extended to all. j 5 Cars will meet trams near Cemetery j? ' % Ga...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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ON THE YARRA [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926

ON THE YARRA V. ? ?MELBOURNE, Saturday. — Oarsmen had an other big day on the Tfarra this afternoon. Re sults:— Maiden Pairs. — Ballarat No. 1 1, Banks 2. Lightweight Maiden Fours. — Albert Park 1, FOQtscr«.y No. 2 2. Junior Fairs. — South Melbourne 1, Footscray 2. a Won easily. 3UnIor Eights. — Mercantile 1, Richmond 2, ttafrergity 3. Wno by one and a. half length Junior Fours. — Albert Part 1, Mercantile S.' Won by two lengths. Junior 'Sculls. — G. Mackenzie (Mercantile) 1, C. Roseiifleld {University) 2. Senior Pairs.— Otago (N.Z.) 1. Hawthorn 2. tsSendcn 3. Maiden Fours. — Mildura 1, Wenlworth District Maiden Eights.— University No. 1 1, Mildura 2, ^Qanks No. 1 3. ?Senior Fours.— Olupo (N.Z.) 1, Hawthorn 2. jSenior-E'fflits. — Melbourne J. Barwcn 2. Won b£;one and a quarter length.

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ROWING NORTH SHORE REGATTA [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926

&0WING ifORTH SHORE REGATTA ;Sf»NEr. Saturday.— At to-day's North Shore reejtta Leichbardt, In the senior fours, caused a Mj» surprise by beating Mosman, last year's premiers. Besults : — SenlorlFours. — Lelchhardt 1, Sydney 2, Mos mka S. fho Sculls.— G. Moor 1, 3. Goulding 2, C. tiorlmer 3. -telden Eights. — Sydney 1, llosman 2, Glebe *? i'' Lightweight Maiden Fours. — Sydney 1, Drum uoyne 2. Jtteavywe'cht ' Maiden Fours.— Sydney 1, Drmnmoyno 2.

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

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TO-DAY'S BROADCASTING GENERAL PROGRAMME. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926

fe^|^AY»SvBROADCASTlNG ^%^\'' 'GENERAL PROGRAMME. ^ll* i*' ; ' ? ?' ? BRISBANE. ^'?v;;?fifiS3on. ' Jtfave Iiength. Time. P?%a*QG . 385 11—12.30,3—5 |;#f.i}V/' ?? . 7—io. mMi^$ ? ' BTDNE'£ i^^SJEC' - 442 6.30—10. | =i l^JSiBIi - *- - 353 6.30—10.30 iktfrS*'' MBLBOBBKB. ' ? ' ^'iSBBO 331 . 6—7.25, 8—11 ^,#3RA3P 484 6.15—7.15. 8—10 ^ 'ill'. ADELAIDE. -H($QL 395 S.30— 10.30 T^-'\j- ' ? 'HOBABT.- ' ? ? *yX .72tt«/ -:.il7-V ' ' 8—10 -v ??'. '-. -ii '?'? ''WESTEBN^ADBTEAIilA. .

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BRISBANE SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926

BRISBANE SESSIONS. - Monungr^ctr Jonh. s Anglican Cathe ) jizpl aervice. 'V: . . '? ? '..- . . ? ? Afternoon. — Metropolitan Band con iert in Botanic Gardens. . : Brening.— Anglican ; Cathedral service : followed by performance of Great Brls | 6a5© Municipal Concert Band, .in Wick v.-ium Park.

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SHE DROVE ON "ALMOST INHUMAN". MOTORIST'S ACTION [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926

SHE DROVE ON | ^ALMOST INHUMAN' ,. l^lMcmMosrs action ^'-VJDSIjBOJJBNE,. Saturday.— Although ^??jfe^BirTiman, tiie . feorbner, returned a gj^rerSict; of accidental death at the in ^qttfiafe into the death of Dorothy Han |^ton^-23 'years- :«f age, who -was knocked ||§j&pim ana.Mlled by a motor car on Oeto ||j|^Ji-y;Iie: 'severely criticised the action ^^^^^man,- a well-known society girl, of ^S^M^SaThe^roner -eaid that although SKgiw?-$o|'%sibt to misjndge her, it ^^^JBa^ahnpst .Inhuman for a girl to ^^^a^owii^d kill another girl and ipaB^lioiSrMnsr into the country. The ^^^^%n6cked*down. .at «.3O v-vu, t-ut l^pBafi^Bafr^yinan ^did not Tetoro home ^nSs|^nutmg for her, secured a statement. |Ps^wiar'-aj£ .-5!on not tell the police of |pJi*iaca3enrt5 ' the coroner asked, ^^&,^id-xi*^P«HDDr to ine,' :M3bs . Pal |^:|.;ya3ifl; Coroner: 'Why did 'not yon go mth ^j^i|lBirl to flje iospital, -ito *ee what had ^uj9jp|dB3'!-.tb;vliitef!. *r vto Bee if you could gpSo|BJ5tt™g tatO...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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LOST OVERLAND TRAGEDY AT DECK CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926

lllKajdsr. overland. ? SfiitoGEDY AT DECK CONCERT. KKfe*i«M-,4AT3KmAUAS GABIA SERVICK.^ ^g»Oin30^.i:Satntdaj— A- message re W^Pra»iP«: fin^ the Jervis'. Bay states HiM^p^bp*-«bdney)^f '.Sydney, the ||||%*i^|!s;se«dnd baker, was lost overboard WfimjmQg* * - stewards' entertainment on

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

TOWNSVILLE TOWNSVILLE, Saturday.— The third race for the Dewars Cup was sailed to day. Results: — Florence (P. M'Lean, 9min1, 1; Ethna (G. Wickers, 4min), 2; Grace (J. Chap man, 3niin), o. Balona (P. Marshall, 7min). 4. . J. M- H- (A. Humphrey, Smin), re. tired. Thelma (P. Davies, lOmin) and Envy (O. Butler. Smin), were disquali. fied. The. race was sailed in a medium easterly breeze. Florence won by two feet. * A distance of one foot separa ted third and fourth. The tbird race for the Davies Cup re sulted:— Wattle (L. Kippen, 3min), 1; Marjorie (V. Ingliam, 2min), 2; Spray (V- Sinden, scratch), 3j Roman (T. Moyses, lomin), imp. (J. Clarke, 18 min). retired. Wattle, with three ?wins, secured tbe trophy. '

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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SYDNEY YACHTS [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926

SYDNEY YACHTS SYDNEY, Saturday. — The yachting season opened to-dav. Results: — 21st Restricted Class.— E.O.J.H. (J. L. Milson and S. Dempster), 1; Leuralhi, (P. E. Andrews). 2; Gumleaf (J. Hor dern), 3. Finishing times:E.O.J..H., 4 hr 24min 20sec: Leuralla, 4hr 24inin 20 sec; Gumleaf, 4hr 24min 38sec; Wattle, 4hr 24min 40scc; Nettle, 4hr 24min 42 sec; Cherry Too, 4hr 26m«n 4sec.

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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ON SYDNEY HARBOUR [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926

ON SYDNEY HARBOUR SYDNEY, Saturday.— To-day's ISft Bailing handicap ended in a victory for the Queensland-built boat, Thelma,' now known as the Keriki. Results: — First Heat.— Mavis (G. FindJay), 3?- tuin, £0, 1; Florrie (H. Collins), *2j!nin, £4. 2; Eclipse (T. Tait), 4 imin, £2, :J; Defiance (W. Dunn), Simin, £1, 4; Ken digo (X. W. Biackman), 45see, 5; Pas linie (S. Holmes), 2 A min , 0; Desdemona (A. C. Roberts). 3~liniu. 7. Won l«y 1.20, with 35sec between second and third. Others to finish were Kismet. Australia, Liberty, Scot, X.S.W., II.C, ' Press, and Mississippi. Second Heat. — Advance (G. Degan), 1 Jiuin, £0, 3 ; Furious (R. J. Gourlay), 2|miu. £4, 2: Keriki -O. Taylor), 2$ min. £2, 3; Arline CW. West), lmin, £1, 4; Mascotte (W. C Duncan), IJinm. 5; Britannia (G. Robertson), lmin, 6; Alert (R. Barbour), 4min, 7. Won by 25sec, with 18sec between second and third. Others to finish were: Onda, Hall Mark, Gloria, Life Saver, Avaion, Cutty S:irk, and Creseeut. Final.— Keriki, £...

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

AUXILIARIES AND MOTOR BOATS Tiie Yacht Club staged races to King Island from the Hamilton for. the auxil iaries and motor boats. The following were the handicaps for the auxiliaries: — Mahra (W. Douglass), scratch; Ath:i lie (L. Bennett), Smin; Niohe {D. E. Mactaggart), 16min; Luana (A. Wish art), lflmin; Symbol (Dr. Streeter), 22min.; Viking (A. Wilson), 34min. Luana was forced to withdraw during the race owing to an accident to her peak halyward. Athalie failed to faoe the starter, whilst Mahra also retired during the race. Finishing tines: — Viking, 5.12.0. Symbol. 5.28.30. iSTiobe, 5.30.30. The champion, VICTOR, chme first in the Brisbane skiffs' races. The adjustment of handicaps gave the following result : — Viking (A L. Wilson), 5.46.0. Niobe (D. Mactaggart), 5.46.30. Symbol (Dr.. Streeter), 5.50.30. Seven motor boats faced the starter iu their event, off the following handi caps : — Chief wing (M Shand) , scratch ; Mari (G. Browu) , 13min on ; Omah (G. Marr), 20min; Gwendoly...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
BOXING A TRIPLE BILL TULLIPAN'S WIN AUSTIN OUTPOINTED [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926

BOXING A TRIPLE BILL TULLIPAN'S WIN AUSTIN OUTPOINT.ED Only a handful of people witnessed the triple event programme at the Stadium on Saturday night, substituted for the Bradley — Locke contest, which had fallen through. For the most part contestants were of what, is regarded as midweek standard. Outside hard, and: fa6t followers of the game the bouts | exc:ted little interests. 1 Still, the main contest, a ]o-rouuder?» between Wally Tullipan (11.51) and Frank Austin (10.9 i). turned out a good oue, and in winning, on points, Tullipau perhaps paved the way to better tilings. Austin was regarded as a prospective winner per the kjiockout .route, and 2 to 1 on him was freely laid. But it was reckoned that he would have to register his win early, else, being in lack of condition through not having fought of recent times, he would not win at all. j That is how the contest turned out Austin waded in early and rained heavy! blows at Tullipan, upstairs and down. The country lad used his fe...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
ACCIDENTS [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926

ACCIDENTS While chasing an opossum in a pad dock off Stafford-road, Kedron, on Sat urday afternoon, Manuel Rosen, a youth, of Racecour£e-road- Ascot, ran into a grass fire, and sustained severe burns ro his feet. The ambulance treated him and took him to the General Hos pital. Thelma Hovey, a child, whose home is in Samson Vale road, Strath pine, was thrown from a sulky near her home on Saturday afternoon, when the horse bolted. Her right arm was fractured, nnd the ambulance took her to tbe Chil dren's Hospital. David Kirby, of Newmarket- road, Jvewmarket. was thrown from his cart in Granville-street. West End, on Saturday afternoon. He sustained injuries to hia head, and was taken to the General Hospital.

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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MARRIAGE INNOVATIONS [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926

MARRIAGE INNOVATIONS — The little argument down in Melbourne about an aerial wedding is a reminder of the essential conservatism of the race when it comes' to matrimony. Now and again a eonple are wedded in an aeroplane, and possibly from time to time in the future other couples will be similarly united in a helicopter, or even in, a twin arrangement of falling parachutes, with the celebrant and the witnesses wirelessly associated on the ground. But the majority of weddings are bound to bo of the conventional sort. A girl may be modern to her finger-tips; but, as soon as her marriage looms up, she put Shaw and Ibsen and Jung and Freud on the shelf, and holfla out m fine reactionary form for the good old system of bridesmaids, confetti, photographs, and a honeymoon. 'Statistics in Brisbane and elsewhere prove that a wedding before a registrar is a rarity, and that the- great majority of wedders want at least some ecclesiastical shadow to soften down the glare of the mating. There are...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
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