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

^6S^_^«H^^QH\ ^h Pi A DDF D 'CuL j^ ??^^^Hf '; iSM : X^Jdar shoe court shoe. /? /jj^^^^L S,. Q^JpUMP SOLES PUM£- SOUSy/ ^^BBH J ?5220553^253331 »? ? . ? ??..'? ????? ?*?*??? 'THE SECOND EDITI O ^V # -* '»= SUNDAY NAIL-ftQlw gomj gjjjjfe CONTAINS 41 MAPS AND SPEEDOMETER CHARTS* COPIES SENT DIRECT FROM THIS OFFICE, OR FROM ALtk-H ; LEADING BOOKSELLERS AND NEWSAGENTS. PRICE, 3/$^ J — ? = ? : ? : ? ?. .-;V':.^r j ???????'?''????MM!™ ? [mining :? ???????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? * I Sensational Purchase I I of WAREHOUSE STOCK by j( I McWHIRTERS' I ?U ?'=' i :? ' ' .S11 1 Is An Interstate Warehouse wanted to realise an Overstock, gave us this wonderful opportunity. ||s I | We bought at such a price that enables us to offer Substantial Savings to you, our Clients. :|;4 . ' -H 55 I On Monday next we will offer in all Departments wonderful bargains in jig I MANCHESTER GOODS, DRESS GOODS, SILKS, COSTUMES, H I UNDERCLOTHING, HOSIERY, VESTS, GLOVE...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
ST. PATRICK'S PROPHECY [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926

ST. PATRICK'S PROPHECY Dublin, which has in hand a very am bitious scheme for the extension of the city bound.jTies, had an origin in a very remote period. There was a fishing village on the site long before the Christian era. when it was called 'The Hill of the Hazel Wood.5' Its modern name was acquired by degrees. First it was Bally Ath Claitli, the Town of the Ford of Hurdles ; then it became Bally Ath Cliath Dubh Lihue, the Town of the Ford of Hurdles on the Black Eiver, and so Dub lin. According to tradition, St. Patrick foretold great things for it. 'That small village shall hereafter be an eminent city; it shall increase in eminence and dignity, until at length it shall be lifted up. untt the throne of the kingdom.'

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

MAY WYHNE is a past-master in story writing for the tamily circle, and consequently readers invariably wel f*9^ .. coms a new serial from her pen. In her story entitled ??»%' .... .*Oftftr u?*'* Shoes/* publication of -which will be commenced in ?£v *Tfl» Daily MaU' On Monday, a Duke and a Socialist change «&- I-Uce8. The many embarrassing situations each finds in his new j ft «»v«»«inent proride an esdless fund of humour. But it is not ;i p , all comedy; there is an element of tragedy, and a very human ; 'j ;-, «»a pathetic side, with a charming dual love theme. ?y. ? ^ The Sake of Pelcourt and p, Sobert Fexton, a Socialist &/ lecturer, both young and' £. ardent refotmtrs, change \ plates, and go as. cousins 7 , to each other's sphere for ,v ? one year. Fexton becomes 1' ? ?* Duke-by-proxy. The ? %l Bake becomes Robert Fex ;- ton, worker in a. jam fac K tory. ?- |; Bach finds a handful of %( trouble awaiting him. %X fexton realises that being Wf. *^Ouke u not all ja...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
PSYCHO-THERAPY MIND AND MATTER [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926

PSYCHaTHERAPY MIND AND MATTER Dr. Leonard Williams writes hi London 'Daily Chronicle': — A short time ago the British Medical Association discussed the question of psycho-analysis aud psycho-therapy, and although there were wigs ou the green, nothing definite emerged. This in reality was only to be expec ted. Psycho-therapy is one of those measures which is seriously upheld by .some very reputable physicians, aud bit terly derided by others, equally reput able. The upholders declare that they obtain their results; the opposers, while not denying the results, complain that the practice is bas£d upon a theory which is not proven, aud which so fnr remains unsupported by :-ny scientific facts or in ferences drawn from collateral branches of knowledge. The objectors further object that in asmuch as ses questions loom so large in the purview of the supporters, that there is an element of unseemly pruriency about the whole matter, which of itself is sufficient to condemn the practice in th...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
GLOW OF PARIS VIVID WORD PICTURE [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926

GLOW OF PA^IS ? ^ ? VIVID WORD PICTURE Just now, at morning, noon, and night. Paris is glowing with a hard gem-like flame. When I flung open my windows at the respectable hour of seven this morning, a golden haze already en Arc de Trioinphe stood out like a grey sentinel of the west. The wide space* of the Place de la Concorde were drenched in sunlight, and the wide rib bon of the Champs Elysees stretched to the Etoile in a tense and shimmering air. To the early bird, Paris is a thins of beauty and a joy for ever. By noontide this glow of Paris has burned into a slow and piercing heat. For myself, I encounter its trials with difficulty and take refuge in a siesta. I commend the plan to the wise. As K.L.S. said, the truly wise are silenced by facts: they stand corrected by a whisp.r. The glow of Paris at noon day is a trying fact to be recognised aud avoided. Some hardy travellers do not desist from their labours. I was retiring from ihe unequal contest with the rigours of tne noon-t...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
SINISTER RED BULLET THAT TRACES ITS PATH [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926

SINISTER RfeD BULLET THAT TRACES ITS PATH ' Etching a red line 1200 yards long in the skies, a new kind a bullet ha* been developed by the Ordnance Department of the Army i --r use by machine-gunners, we read in the New York 'Times.' Writes this papert Washington correspondent: It most important function is that of facilitating correct aim, but in ad* dition the i.ew bullet is also incendiary in character, and especially effective against captive balloons ii,nd other in flammable objects. With the advent of the machine-gun, with its tremend ous expenditure of ammunition; it be' came desirable to have a type of car- f tridge in which the flight of the bullet ! could be Been by the gunner, so t'aafc-he ; could more intelligently direct his fire and accomplish his mission with . a . minimum expenditure of ammunition.. The need for this type of ammuni- !; tion was especially desirable for use by ; aircraft, as. it was very difficult for the * pilot of a plane in combat with another ; to...

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

In measuring a man's deeds by his talk use inverse ratio.

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

niBiin **JUL****Jt.^ fLLL^*JLE*£JL5JLE£gJ^^ ???»???????????*?? * ,„ ? ....?-??t.ifr...«M»iw«Mi«iMMminniniinimr £ ' '?—????! niinimiiuiui.|Mi ? . ^B g«,.-n»mwmM»imam ^ ? __ ? ^ ? . ? . . - '. ' ' ', ' iil'j ^ | STEEL SAVORY ROASTERS. !{ t ? H g^ B3 B JA B 19 TWriTj^^^! S COLUMBIA FAMILY SCALES ? | ! Usual Price 10/6. )| I ? IbbI B B'C I ^W B^ ^^ | Usual Price 16/6. ? I j SALE PRICE ? 8/6 jj JL ® ^-^# JLJ? JLJj JL JL\^JL ^ JLli KJ j SALE PRICE ? 12/11 £ | v—~ ' SALE OF - l S | Faulty Enamelled Ware I | Starts TUESDAY Nov. 2nd. : | CHOP EARLY! This Sale, which we hold periodically, attracts hundreds ofShdppers. Ohpiously, it is to ? I ^ your advantage to come early and make your selection. Although we have termed this Enamelled Ware J '* Faulty5 it shows only minor defects, such as air bubbles or uneven flow of enamel in the manufacture, whilst ? a very small percentage has been chipped in transit. 1 JJ yOk A Splendid Opportunity of making Splendid Savings! tS^jgflf ?'? ENAMELLED BILLY...

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

v A NEW; VIKING SHIP Hj£. Saline over the same coarse that Lief ^HEricson took to discover America, some Hpsentaries before Columbusi a u-odern ^ranode! of . an old .. Viking ship lately ^Ekeacbed Boston with a new story of to Mgmance/and danger at sea. It u a frail, Hnbe-mastcd craft, this new Viking ship, ^Appropriately named 'the Lief EriCbon, : and even smaller than the original vessel tnat crowed in tne tentn century, Dring . Jag 35 jnes to the new world. |s£. The {resent Viking boat is 42 feet plong, 16 feet shorter than Lief Ericson's Kshipi undecked-, except for covered places ?3.0 feet long, at bow and stern, where the pcrew slept, and its total burden is given Las 10 tons. It left Bergen, Norway, on F -May S3. anil reached Boston in the feany par: of August, on its way to the Sesquiqentennial Exposition in Phila delphia. The long, voyage nearly ended in tragedy, it appears, for the little craft was picked up by a coast-guard cutter outside of Boston ♦ harbour, when food an...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
PARIS IN THE LOOKING GLASS PARIS, September S. I [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926

PARIS n m LOOKING GLASS] II (By Gemaine.) 11 PARIS, September S. 'J'o walk down the Paris boulevards is one of the first things a Parieienne does when she returns from her holi days. She gets a general idea of the change in fashions by doing this, and her practised eye sees these at once, and before she has been back a week her skirts up to date and her hats the last thing in millinerv. It is quite wonderful how these things happen. In the twinkling of an eye the French women changes her silhouette. She now wears she -skirts fuller in the front than at the back. Her hat, 'cloche' though it may be, has some sort of trimming which distinguishes it from one she has been wearing all the summer. Her long coat is stright and close-fitting with no belt, and a collar of moderate dimensions varying in shape between the shawl collar, the straight one which either stands up or rolls back, and the little military collar which is lined with fur. She is now busy choosing a three piece suit which ...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
TALKS ON HEALTH A TALK ABOUT EYES [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926

TALKS ON HEALTH (By A Family Doctor.) A TALK ABOUT EYES Eyes are worili a i^ood deal more than their weight in gold. ' I can provide vou with a wooden leg, pome false teeth, and a wijj, but I r.annot give you a false eye. If you lose your ey-\ there is no artificial substitute. Be-?iuninK at tho earliest vears of life. I have to remind you that newborn children are liable to an inflammation of Ihe eyes which is dangerous to the baby and dangerous to others who may oafr-h the infection from the matter which freely flows from the infected eyes. It is because this disease is so common that the very pro per precaution has been recommended of dropping a few drops of gome disin fect- nt into the eyes of ev«ry newborn baby. The disinfectant used is a weak solution of silver nitrate, and such a solution ought to be found in the outfit of every midwife. It is ghastly to learn that of all the children in a blind asvlum, one-third of the number owe their blindness to this disease of the new-bo...

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

1^. Host JfolbrooAs Secret ^^ iff l) Folk say to me— ' ft Vy''''^^ 1 'Host, how do you make that delicious, thickK frui^M \ft ','L^^r^\ sauce, which you call No. 2 Sauce?' w \^ ^/%v Ah ? Thal is my secret« but this much wfll * tel1 y% M 4HiHhlL attfe\\ W ^en my Worcesters^'*e Sauce is matured ??^4«: * /^^^HB^jH^^^SvV^N^ ready for bottling I make with it, in Vat.No\ ^« / /I ^?^P53JBs^k^^ \^\a ne^ brew by blending a wonderful vanity ??* / I ^Er^SnBm^&Si J\ v % \ of Eastern fruits and spices which ?ton ft /l \F\ ^S/B&BEin'* \ il int0 a thick sauce' a fruity sa*% -a« » / ^Vr» V~^nflBnHK\ X sauce which combines aW the fiavours^ft ? i ^/ h T* \ BBfroffl^ffiO \ /r0* Worcestershire sauce tomato sauce and ft \ I /mBmp ^ipr\ \/ ^ow just iet rae shake the bottle and remove ft k I i °'^^r .▼ the stopper. Ah! What a delicious bouquet, ft I[j|A/l 1 what an appetising zest. K V I ji' \\ / It is a quality sauce— the high grade quality of | V / the House of Holbrook. k ^amS&S...

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

m. ?:.- »..;-.tC':i i,,y. .^.'.j.'.1 1 ???... ...—.... ? ? . ? ? -;-v-;: MeUirtFood | , ' p ' Cnt this cot Cow's Milk must be modified by Mellin's Food. S? ^T^Im^ Hundreds of thousands of infants have been C-; ??-? W^^ddAss, successfully reared on £::MH Jtfellitt's rood gg. t*iin«t-» Street. Send for -*free sample to-day. .'?'. ' ?'.' ^BiB-wo«d.V»e'ofi». ? ; ? Imagine a daij without a meal *— * a meal without (erebqs) C6REBOS UMITEQ v LONDON & SYDNEY. ??fr \AlIDIJEYS *^&* Old CtigUwK r ^^ \-fOST delightful of fine L,'*f* f*g JYl quality Toilet Soaps, for of the WorW more than a century it has been ^Ufas? '*m8 lavishly perfumed. ^C^X^K~S^Q|Bry ^fAa^w^^^^BM Made fcy /T^HE perfect skin is the dear jskin, fine in texture, pure 1 J^ in colour. Many possibly good complexions are hidden beneath a film of face cream, and powder by far too lavishly applied. Change your cosmetic habits — now. Abandon clogging creams. Use Mercolized Wax. , t It will give infinitely superior res...

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

_^. . . ^^^^S^MjJ ^^k. S;iSM|iayy^s*i^rt ,' English ..-. n%j. , Itpliifel PEE DISHES from *2fl ', / ? ; '/,? ?;' - FIBST QUAMTV. V . '^^^ES 6\in T^in Sin Sfin OJin lOjin Ilin n§in l^j^^pSSES.^^M /n '/'A. i/i J/2* ? t/4 i/6 ABAZAAB PBirE— ???:y.\$£^-.;- '2/? 2/W .3/4 S/G ENGLISH ENAMEL BASINS, 1/1L TIrst quality, heavy trciglil. Size lain ICIn Usual . S/C 4/3 BAZAAR PEICE I'll 2/S 1st tjualiQ- 3/6 ENCL1SH 8%in . ENAMEL COLANDEBS. 2/4. With tubular handles, Heary trelgbt. Size 85iin 9%in Usual 3/6 4/3 BAZAAB PB1CE 2/1 '/S 1st quality 35/11 ^-piece WHITE ENAMEL TOILET SET, 1J/3. Comprising deep basin, jug, 2 chambers, and. candlestick. 1st auality 4/11 DEEP ENG LISH ENAMEL MIXING BOWLS 2/11, 16 inch only. CHILD'S 3/6 ENAMEL SET OF CUP, SAUCEB, AND PliATE. 2/3 set. Shaded In Brown, Blue, or Green. ENUi^iSH £.\'AMEL JIUGS, from /6. 1st quality. Usual /9% /10% BAZAAB PBICE — /6 /7\i Usual l/l 1/4 ]/6 BAZAAB PBICE— /«% /JO /ll - 1 V S/3 3%-plnt ENGLISH EN AMEL EWEBS. 2/10. 1st quality, ext...

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 ] ^^^^^H^^^H^^ ^^H^F^^^^^^^^r ^^^^^^HvBb -^H^Bliili^H ^^?B'-^bBBL^^^^B ^a^B KH^^^ll^^ 1 W^^^---^------^mmr- ? - -? Attractive Prices of New Coloured Bordered Damask Cloths Solid wearing linen and cotton, fringed all round. In Bed, Blue, Helio. and Gold. Just read these wonderful prices — then call and judge for yourself. Size PRICE Si7.e PRICK 48 x 4Sin, each A /\ 1 s0 x 70to- each 7/1 *| 50 x SOIn, each pr /^- 50 x 80in, each Q /'I 'I 50 x 601n, each Ctfl 'I 50 r 90in, each O/I 1 ; f| a|RBATkMNAL GOFFER FOR ONE WEEK ONLY. * ii || v. |!;v^xtra large shipment of Flor al Voiles,. ' -- U ' '.' 'A'. just arrived ex Nerbudda. 1 Ceuuine 3/6 Quality Floral Vofle 2/6 °; .:. 88, inches vide,, excellent quality, soft, flue make, in a range of SO ,-y: ; beautiful new designs, In all the popular colours. Bed. Blue. Green. Helio. «j; - t Apricot, etc., etc. on light grounds. This is a sensational oBer. a regular Sf; v S/6 line, and -positively new goods and designs. (Don't fall to see this l...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
BRILLIANT NEW SERIAL Story of a Duke who turn ed Socialist [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926

BRILLIANT NEW S^feii Story of a Duke who turn ed Socialist - #? A new serial story will commence in ' The Daily Mail ' to-morrow. It is entitled 'Other Men's Shoes,' and its distinguished author, May Wynne, lias packed into each instalment a wealth of literary charm to attract and hold the close interest of the reader. :m As the title of the tale suggests, the plot turns on a temporary exchange o£ identities by two mea of ?widely dif ferent# social strata. Noel Ferton, a Socialist workman, and Eonald Hart ford, Duke of Delcourt, mutnally ex change positions in order to study social problems from each other's viewpoint. Fexton becomes the Honourable Noel Hartford, and Delcourt becomes Eobert Fexton. Under Each striking conditions, each naturally meets with unforeseen dif ficulties and embarrassments. Delcourt, as a factory hand, £nds himself the tar get for the amorous wiles of the girl called Tilda Togskins. He also comes in contact with the delightful Honor Grenvane, whose dissipat...

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

?UP i^ ? All Price-Cutting Sensational 1 ^r j m!IHIItlttHlllliniil1llllUtltllllllIIMU!iminiIM!'-ii]IUlliin»!ilIll-!Mlliinilllllllllimtmitll'llimmmilHUiH \mm—m—~mmmmmm—mmmmmmma—mmmm& Hundreds of IflHf ?? mM^TwS ^^Kfet '.^^^^?'^?^B^^MB'^UMI Cash and Catty Only. No Mail Orders. Assistants will Wrap up Fated*— wtfiwot ertta chitge. Queensland Creamery **' 1/7J A Wonderful Bargain at * ^ j Old Dutch Cleanser at ? /&/- Sardines (small) 5 tins for .. .. 1 / Medium (tin) ? .. AJX-^ Large (Un) .- .... .. - ? /g Holbrook famous Tomato sauce /'j A (bottle) ? / XT* CAMP \\A PIE, lib Tin ilU 'Coema' salvage. Condition perfect l*inon Peel UW M .. .. .. '*/~W Green Peas (S packets) for .... /Q\4t Jelly Crystals (dozen) at ? /10 Barnes I-unchebns Beef (tin) .. /~t ft . Best Preserred Glncer (lb) .... ~\/~\ ' Tibs. Potatoes 1/1 W»iMatch«« (packet) .... ../^l^ Saf^y Matches (packet) .. ,. .. YJg Fancy Kss ,.. .. \.l. ..;/SH ' asd'./e ? ^ lib Btrawberry Jsm ...... .; /J1 ? ;; Lemon But...

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

VSWilffl-EM'S OWN BtlfiES-ELECT .HONOURED. :-f-ii ui-ai tribute to two of their members, C& ws Kathleen M'Donneil and Angela ,,© byes, . whose marriages will be ceie ?s]bi rtftd a1-, an Nearly 'date, the members w&rAti Hallow's Past Pupils' Assoda - tii ri. arranged a social evening, which in p Aeia in idc concert, nan at ah iiai Itt r'fi, 'on Satardaj'-- ? The stage had been nr anged wftlr blue and gold curtaius, ar i;tne ov^rhead'-'decoHitions vere ear lii d out in gold and pulo blue- .-, . iTh.e guests were received by tie presi dent of the association; (Mr. .TV. R. ?M*Kennay,' Vho subsequently made, the presentations to the guests of', honour onj'jbelialt' of Ihe. memburs. Both guests . ©fj, honour Tech'til a ?srillow patterned breakfast ,sct from the nit-mbcr? of the association, and a presentation also was «iade on behalf ofthe Sisters of Merry, Those present included Mesdamee .7. Harvey, J. M'DonneU, J. P. Gralton, .VT. S. Graham, J. E. Shailer, J. Shan Hon,»^...

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

TO MAKE A BATHING DRESS When a bathing dress of dark material had white trimming, you will naturally; vant l« avoid the unsightly effect otj dark dye-stain or the white* trimming i after it has been in salt water. rhi»' can quite easily be guarded against. I Soak the dark material in tepid water! to which has been added two or three' tablespoonfuU of ammonia, and leave if' for 46 hours. Hang it up, wit-hour.', wringing, in an airy, gJiadr place and iron whilst stiii damp. If 'this is' done there will be no risk of its staining a light braid or trimming. ; White cotton bells are now eold whicli i make a neat and effective finish for a '?? bathing suit of this kind. Their special \ advantage is that they fasten to any [ waist measurement by means of an oval j st«el buckle, which is guaranteed un. i tarnialiftble by salt water. -

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
MYSTERY MAN CAPTAIN LOWENSTEIN HUSTLING METHODS [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926

MYSTERY MAN ? — ♦? — CAPTAIN LOWENSTEIN HUSTLING METHODS The cables have been well occupied of late with the doinge of Captain Lowensteiu, known as the 'Mystery man' of Europe. His wife's jewels, valued ai a prodigious sun, were re cently abstracted -from a safe at her bedside. This is what a London news paper savs of the man who offered £10,000.000 on loan to the Belgian Government, an offer that was de clined: Although there arc few fiuancial piee in the world in which, he has not a finger, Captain Lov/enstein remains one of the most secretive &nd mysteri ous men alive. Indeed, to the general public his name means nothing. Yet he is one of the most powerful men behind the scenes in the drama of nations; his word on a matter of finance can make or mar aspirations of more than com mercial importance. It is typical of Captain Lowcnsteine breathless methods that he lives M-ith an aeroplaue at the front door, a secretary at his elbow, and a telephone within an arm's stretch. Hi...

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