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SCOTTISH PEARLS IN LOCHS AND RIVERS HOW THEY ARE HUNTED [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926

SCOTTISH PEARLS IN LOCHS AND RIVERS HOW THEY ARE HUNTED The story of the pearling industry of Queensland, lately told in these columns, gives point and special interest to the following special article from the 'Weekly Scotsman':— The record price of £40 has just been paid for a Scottish pearl found in J^nph Vennaelier. At a time when pearls are at the peak of popularity it may be of interest to string together a few remarks .about pearl fishing in home waters and ; the romance and adventure it offers. One ; usually associates pearl fishing with the I translucent waters and cloudless skies of the East rather than with our cold nor thern streams and lochs, and yet there are few of Scotland's rivers that have not yielded valuable pearls at one time or other. i Tbe search after the home pearl, it is (rue, is not so common as to constitute a regular industry, but that is due to Uie insuperable barriers laid down liy ' Nature rather than to any lack of en i thusiasm by those who do make ...

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)
MUSIC ALWAYS WITH US [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926

MUSIC ALWAYS WITH US Music is a pleasure that is with us from infancy to old age. l-^ew otbei subjects are so abiding. Some arc book done with, others decline in interest. The enjoyment of music, once we know it, never fails us. It is probable that. it you except the reading ot newspapers, more people listen to musi-: than, read — and reading is a universal habit. True, most people listen to music a' most people read. They miss the essentials. But they gain much, for all that. The popularity of music proves it.

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
SLAVE-DRIVING ETERNAL SPIRIT LITTLE BLACK BOY [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926

SLAVE-DRIVING — ♦ — ETERNAL SPIRIT LITTLE BLACK BOY 'David,' I said, 'just come here a minute. Xow Jook steadily in the direc-j tion in which I am looking. Do you see anything that seems to mar the harmony' of an otherwise perfectly ordered in-i terior?' ? 'Yes. I can sec your hat on the gramo phone — 'No, no! Not -there,' I said hastily.* (I had overlooked my hat on the gramo phone). 'I mean there.' David had the grace to look guilty. 'You mean my bike rag, I suppose.' 'On my table-cloth, David. And not even a clean one— your bike rag, I mean- Do you mind removing your bike rag to the neighbourhood of your bike?' 'Bother,' said David, 'what a sweat.' 'What you jeally want,' I said, when David returned, 'is a little black boy to run about and do all your odd jobs for you.' I intended sarcasm. But David hailed the idea with delight. ''Wouldn't it be topping!' he ex claimed. 'I'd just love t0 have a slave. I could make him clean my bike, and my shoes, and my air gun, and do all those ...

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

UNBECOMING FRECKLES The prevention of freckles may be achieved in three ways. First, by keep ing out of the sun altogether, 'though this is is not always possible or desirable second, by using red or brown sun shades, which, however, must seriously restrict the rest of one's colour scheme*! And, finally, by protecting the parts likely to Itcome freckled with any cream of which lanoline is an im-| portant constituent. Our grand mothers used to cure freckles by -washing in buttermilk, and often, when the freckles were not very! bad, they had quite a considerable suc-j cess. Nowadays some lactic acid pre-j paraiion may be used, such as lactic I acid (10 per cent), two drams; glycer ine, half an ounce; and water up to' one ounce; or a wash of hydrogen peroxide in an equal part of water dabbed on with cotton wool twice a day is some. times effective. TREATING THE COMPLAINT. \\ orth trying arc progressively increas ing exposures of the vulnerable parts to the sun. Freckles are. as it -wer...

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

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

|!li DQBSON I Victoria's Leading Turf | . Adviser. |* The oily adviser actually docking |' gallops. it; So yeafs1 experience. V All information latest gallojtt for f- warded by wire. ^ fee 30/ moulhly. *: Box 176S, GJP.Q* Mclbbarnfc, I GEO. TURTON '* PApDOCK, KEDRON / MELBOURNE CUP SIX (6) WINNERS last Saturday another great miardng *J«j- vras Eiren Bub6criber(; by the 'Racinfr Wiearij' A O. love, EX-OWNEK and TRALVER when six (6) irtaners were selected at ASCOT, viz: ? HICOGEHES, wen (5 to I). SMITHFIELD; (sentehM). HIGHLAND, second. BCRNESK. won no to I early). KITTY PADDiNGTGN. v/W_-4 to I). LYONDOWH. -von (5 \9 Ij. BLACK SPEAR unplaced). DUSKY SINGER, wen (4 to 1). *iid BOTAI. CHARTER for the Moonee Valley Cu|», won at 7 to 4. Since starting 'DINKUM OIL'' over three ; months ago he has been consistent day after . ? day la girinjj winners, lfaany of them* long l-riccs. KEDRON TO-MORROW jAnotlier royal -Jaj for subscribers, as my in formation for ibis course is always most re _ li...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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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)
BACK TO SANITY EGYPT'S CHANGE OF MIND. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926

BACK TO SANITY EGYPT'S CHANGE OF MIND. The anti-British fever which swept through Egypt under the leadership of that aged fanatic, Zaghlul Pasha, has now subsided and the country it settling down to realise its national aspirations with an appreciation of the benefits of British guidance and protection. In fact as Mr A. J. Cunningham, editor of the 'Eovotian Gazette' nnlntc nut i_ article, the political situation In Cgynt —on the surfaoe—has never been better than it is bow. The article, which will appear In to-morrow's issue of 'The Daily Mail.' is an instructive survey of the situation in a country which has a special significance owing to its geo SImP. rV P0*?10'- Ff- Cunninshatn gives Uk. i i.m;r«ssion* «-* International politics in what is known as tho Near East, an area which is always, morr or Jess, in a state of turbulence. He re lates the events which led up to the outbreak of anti-Brit'sh feeling and the somewhat drastic medicine that was ''- Piled to bring Egypt to Its pr...

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

PREMIERS FOXTROT AT OVERSEAS BALL /ATTSTHALTAN CABLE SERVICE.) LONDON, Saturday.— Tbe overseas ball was a brilliant and enjoyable affair, characterised by numerous in genious methods of raising charitable donations. The guests included Mr- and Mrs. Stanley ijaiawui, jur. aim juio, jj. v. m.. S. Amery, Sir Hamar and Lady Green wood, Sir Joseph and Lady Cook, Sir James and Lady Tarr, Mr. and Mrs'. Peter Larkin, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Smit, Mr. and Mrs. M. L- Shepherd, Sir New ton and Lady Moore, members of the Imperial Conference, Lord and Lady Chelmsford, Lord and Lady Novar, the Agents-General for the several States, with their wives. Sir Mark and Lady Sheldon, and Sir Henry and Lady Brad don. Though they did not attempt the Charleston dance, Mr. S. M. Bruce and Mr. J. G. Coates proved excellent dancers of the foxtrot. Mr. Bruce said between dances that it was_ the finest exercise he had had since his ar rival, and that be enjoyed it immensely. He admitted that he was also looking forwa...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
FRIVOLOUS OBJECTIONS JOCKEY CLUB'S ACTION [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926

FRIVOLOUS OBJECTIONS JOCKEY CLUB'S ACTION -£TJSTBALIAN CABLE SERVICE.) IiONDON, Saturlay.— For the pur^ pose of discouraging fxivoloUB objec tions the Jockey Club is inrpbslng a £10 ; deposit instead of £5, and an. addi tional £25 for an appeal instead of £10. Both are to be forfeited if the objection is rejected. The stewards are empowered to impose additional fines c* £50 and £100 respectively if the objection, and the appeal are con sidered frivolous.

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
FIERCE POLO PONY AMAZING ACCIDENT MAHARAJAH'S EXPERIENCE [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926

FIERCE POLO PONY ? +~ ? : AMAZING ACCIDENT, MAHARAJAH'S EXPERIENCE -AUSTBALIAN CABLE SEEVICE.) CALCUTTA, Saturday. — An amazing polo accident is reported from Butlam, where the Maharajah of Butlam was Suspended in mid-air from the teeth of a polo pony. In the course of a melee round tho ball the Maharajah was attacked, and gripped by the right hip by a country bred horse, ridden by an opponent. He was forced down on. to the neck of his own. _ony and lifted out of the saddle, where he was held until a player gave the animal a blow on the head with a polo stick. This forced the pony to release its hold. The muscles of the hip were severely bruised, and the Maharajah will be un able to -play polo for some time.

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
PARLEYING COAL DISPUTE RATION INCREASED WRECKER FRUSTRATED [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926

PARLEYING ? -«. ? COAL DISPUTE RATION INCREASED WRECKER FRUSTRATED (AUSTRALIAN CABLE SERVICE.) LONDON, Saturday. — The Trades Union Congress, which, is mediating in tho coal dispute, has obtained conces sions from both miners and the Govern ment. It is believed that conversations are proceeding along the lines of a re sumption of work, based on district cofflnmniifa nrt-ATii iimf pfl Tin.t.ionallv. A conference between the miners and the congress has adjourned until next week to enable the miners to consult a delegate conference. The congress is approaching Mr. Stanley Baldwin. Mr. Winston Churchill acted as the Prime Minister's deputy, Tho Government has issued a regula tion increasing the coal allowance to lewt a week, but this is only obtain able by a permit, issued by the muni cipal authorities, iu order- to ensure a fair distribution. EXPLOSIVES AT PITHEAD. Some miscreant deposited explosives and detonators at a pithead at £ad stock, in Somerset. Only the watch man's vigilance ...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
TART RETORT MOTORS FOR BACK-BLOCKS MR. BRUCE'S ADVICE [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926

TART RETORT ? ? ?» — MOTORS FOR BACK BLOCKS MR. BRUCE'S ADVICE (AUSTRALIAN CABLE SERVICE.) LONDON, Saturday. — 'Take aiy tip,' said Mr. S. M. Bruce to a well known known v,ar maker, 'and spend money on a trip to Australia.' The mauufacturer had protested against the assertion that his car was not suited for Australia. It wa8 ab surd, he said, and he felt hurt at the criticism, which, was entirely wrong. Mr. Bruce retorted: 'Take out your finest colonial model and tra verse the ground the backblocks farmer traverses, and you will find what ought to have been known years ago. Your ideas are right off ' the map.' James Bryce, of George-street, 'Wind- sor, was using a pick on Saturday morn ing when he struck his left foot. The ambulance treated him for a punctured wound on the foot, and took him to the General Hospital.

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
LIGHT CAR TEST VICTORIAN MOTORISTS 623 MILES IN THREE DAYS [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926

LIGHT CAR TEST — ♦ ? VICTORIAN MOTORISTS 623 MILES IN THREE DAYS MELBOURNE, Saturday. — Forty two competitors started in the Herald light car dependability test to-day. They will cover 623 miles in three days, and will finish at the Motordrome on Tuesday. Entries compare more than favourablv with other car trials. and will be a real test of dependability tn that all competitors will hare to clock in at 20 controls on *he route — a new -feature in car tests. . The. Herald has given &0Q to be dis tributed in the form of gold trophies *or competitors =wbo 1iHfeJi without loss of points. There aro no American.^c*rs In the contest;; -''tie' engine'- *M|»a«ilty limit of 2000 «.-c. debarring most «£ them. : ':?';. ? . ?:? Miss D. Curtis, driving a Citroen, in the open event, is the only' woman driver, but there are many women .pas sengers. For the first- time the com petitors Trill drive without official ob servers as passengers. The cars varied in size and engine capacity, from th...

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

SYDNEY SHOWS ?To-morrow: 'Rose Marie' enters upon, the 24th week of its season at Her Ma I jesty's. There is no appreciable fall ing off in the booking. Maurice Moscovitch is now playing in 'The Fake' at the Criterion. Nat I Maddison, George Zucco, and Mary Mac , gregor are seen in support. Nellie Wallace continues as the head liner at the Tivoli. Steele and Winslow, and Jean Barrios provide two of the sis new acts offering. 'Meet the Wife' is plaving to big business at the Palace. It is well acted by Hugh J. Ward's 'Best People' cast, who have become very popular with Syd ney theatregoers. A bright, clean show, ''Spangles,' opened at the Grand Opera House on Saturday night. The lead is played by Ada Reeve, and the production is under her direction. 'Mercenary Mary' continues as popu lar as ever at the St. James. Madge White is seen in the name part, and a cast of popular favourites in support. S^ew York's record-breaking comedy, 'Abie's Irish Rose,' is at the Boyal, where it is mee...

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

MELBOURNE THEATRES '2voihin£ but Lies,' an extremely funny comedy, is playing to big busi ness at the Athenaeum. Harry Green appears in the leading role, and he is ably supported by a company of clever comedians. The nest will be the last week of 'Lady Be Good,' the musical comedy at the Princess. Elsie Prince and 'Jimmy' Godden are at the head of the cast of favourites. 'Brown Sugar,' which was seen re cently in Brisbane, on Saturday opened at the Eoyal. Eenee Kelly plays the lead as Stella Deering. rhe ex-revue, girl, 'coarse but sweet.' The last few nipftts of ''Aren't We All?' are announced. Dion Boueicault, Mary Jerrold. and Angela Baddeloy are seen in the leading roles. It will be followed by 'Mary Bosc.' 'Katja' is popular ae pv-?r at THs Majesty's. Marie Burke, Clause Flem mii!g, snd a big cast, of favourites are seen in this production. The Tivoli bill is still topped by Henry Santrey and his orchestra. Other acts en the same programme aTe the Three Equals, end V-.ti D^fc.<...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
VALLEY THEATRE THE VOLGA BOATMAN" APOLLO MALE CHOIR [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926

VALLEY THEATRE 'THE VOLGA BOATMAN' APOLLO MALE CHOIR Once again the Valley Theatre man agement has proved that it is ever on the alert to secure the best offering in the world of pictures and of vaude ville. This theatre will screen, begin ning to-morrow, for a short season, of three days and nights, the mighty Cecil B. De Mille filni, 'The Volga Boatman' Inspired by the renowned song of the «ame name De Mille has given a medley of drama, pathos, and thrills, against the spectacular background of Russia tn revolution. With his deft hand he has woven in Tomanee, melodrama, and humour; his spectacular touch ever to the fore, jiot for a moment does he lose human interest. APOIXO MALE CHOIR. A special prologue to 'The Volga Boatman' will be presented, when the Apollo male choir will be heard in the stirring song of ''The Volga Boatman.' The orchestra will be specially aug mented for 'The Volga Boatman' season and will render the score of music. The associate feature at the,, Valley ^The...

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