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FISHING NOTES (By "Trevally.") [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926

FISHING NOTES ♦ — (By 'Trevally.') High water at the Iteflt&ouso for the week ending November 6: — a.m. ft. in. p.m. ft. In Sunday .... 6.8 4 3 6.12 5 4 Monday .... 6.58 4 S T.3 5 6 Tuesday .... 7.42 52 7 42 50 Wednesday .. S.22 5 6 8.1S 5 6 Thursday ... 8.56 5 9 8.55 5 5 Friday .. .. S.30 « 1 9-28 5 4 Saturday ..10.2 6 2 10.2 5 2

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

AMATEUR ASSOCIATION. The monthly committee meeting will be held on Wednesday next at 8 p.m. Smoking competition at Bribie hut Saturday night, November 6. Trophy donated by J. Massai. Lecture by Mr. E. V. Stevens, in thb room, on Wednesday, November 10. ELIMBAH CLUB. Members held their usual fortnightly trip with Peter Tascon from Cleveland on Saturday night last. Weather condi tions were good, and some fine specimens of the finny tribe were creeled. ? Mr. George Levy, an ex-member of the club, had donated two trophies to be fished for on two trips. The first trophy fell to A. Donaldson, with 10 fish, 331b (including a 121b schnapper) ; B. Brown, 13 fish, 261b; G. Haines, -5 fish, 191b; K. Ward, 11 fish, 151b; W. Graham, 6 fish, 121b; H. Bushby, 4 fish, 91b; E. Dix 3 fish, 51b; J. J. Eoylance, 1 fish 61b. Totals, 54 fish, 1251b. PADDINGTON CLUB. Paddington members are at Bribie thifc week-end, where they hope to get amongst t'#» big summer whiting again. The monthly general meeting o...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
"THE MIKADO" IN A NEW GUISE NOVEL EXPERIMENT [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926

'THE MIKADO' | i ? * ? ; IN A NEW GUISE NOVEL EXPERIMENT An experiment which is likely to provoke plenty of criticism from the many Gilbert and Sullivan 'fans,' to whom the operas are almost sacred, has been made by Mr. Rupert d'Oyly Carte, director of the Gilbert and * 'Sullivan opera companies. He will open his smsoji at the Prince's Theatre, London, with ''Tiie Mikado' — and ho lias ruthlessly scrapped all the original designs for it's scenery and dresses, substituting others W Mr. Charles Rickotts. A.R.A., who designed {Ijg set* for Mr. Bernard Shaw's 'St. Joan.' ''Mr. Carte wanted to strike a fresh note,' said Mr. Riekeils to a press representative, ''and I hope 1 have pro vided it with fantastic decorative effects.' He showed a number of the sketches for dresses. They were harmonious, colourful, gav ;inil im pressive, liut they were' also start Iiugly original, considered in terms of the Colbert and Sullivan traditions. 1 7th CENTURY KO-KO. 'The earlier designs.' lie cxp'-iiiu...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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STAGE TEARS ABILITY TO WEEP [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926

STAGE TEARS . i » . .. . ABILITY TO WEEP Tears are again, frequent behind the footlightH — authentic tears, synthetic tears, tears emotional, tears mournful, tears ridiculous. Miss Jano Cowl eries in 'Easy Virtue,'' Miss Madge Tithe radge sobs iu 'The Queen Was in Her Parlour,'' Mr. Francis Lister, in the same play, has to suggest moist eyes. And Mr. Gilbert Childs, the CoOptim ists' professional pessimist, sings of 'tbe tear£ ehed- in London to-nigh/P'i'-^ - !.|^ / 'Th€y are ?weeping do^ni' at, W^ppiag^ They are sobbing in Soho.'' V f h\'M . Miss Cowl, by 'feeling' her -pa-t--iif ^ tensely, of tea -firawH feal tears Upon, lie|S cheeks. When tjiey Ho pot »prl*e» ^jJE*i- superb ability as an aetresg caB^^fesS the audience believe them to be- &w4;::- Miss Tiiheradge, I understand,; can' si*;! ways summon hojje6t-to-godne8flte4rjB,;69''i firmly does she eaease herstlf within tife^ skin of au emotional character. - ; '-*- Another able actress once told me tbti . her own method, ...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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THE DOG WORLD (By Corborul.") CANINE CALENDER. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926

^P^_¥^Ed' t£;-- ..-.??' -By 'ftrbtnis.') -; . '' ? K^WB CALENDER. ' ! f^^wember 6.— Ladies' Kennel Club! ^^nanbei 13.— Gun'dog Club's final

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

JSB$,; LIKES FOB LADIES. |pne mectes of the Queensland Ladies' SgiiV Olob since its inception some 15 |jju8 ago has proved that ladies may. fiK&aa, join in the pastime of dog I ijpbig not only withont reproach . but |HJf fedvantape. for are not the fair eex ^ira of ^ojfB equally with ''mere men'? | fcv3Uw-^'they' probably look upon the dog i se.*ijH|i& ???greater compassion and affection e^SR?*0 ™?n' 6e a nde' ' prW&giB final parade of this season under l^lP^n^Pfc68 of «»e Ladies' Club will l^lSpfcia at Victoria Park next Saturday, gg^SBBfaoon.' The frdgin? cast includes , igHMlpsTs. E. Ritchie, pomeranians ? Geo. iplEgpck. heavy breeds; and John Mars-j ll:ii§k iOy lbri?ede- ' M**- B- D- Hood. Vale pj^jwjreet, Wilston. will be pleased to answer pl^P^inqniriefi. r?ij§N$ RETRIEVER REPORTS. ^?*Mgx. H. Newitt,, of Coorang Kennels,; Rs:.k£i|j$ijrtB that his curly-coated retriever cb. ' fe;|-^!Sa Lady has a handsome litter of j [gS^Sfflf xlojj puppies to Mrs. Hoope...

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C GRADE [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926

C GRADE VALLEY v SOUTH 3RISBANE. Played tt New Farm Park. SOUTH BRISBANE.— First luninss. H. Maelunea, b Bayues ? 12 T. Roberts, e ChilltnewortJj, b Smith 7 U. M'William, c Cbilllsswortli, b Smith la A. Greeii, ruu out .. ?? .. .. .. ?? 2 r. Wajwn. b Cross ? .. .. 9 1. Keir, b Cross ? 84 A. Ditlcy, c Mossujj, b Crow .... 0 H. Wilson, c Chillinzworth, b Cross ♦ B. Abdy, not out ? S J. Clum. b Short ? 5 A. r!Bil-'tt, b Bayncs ............ 0 Total ? P6 Bowlluc: Sciitli, two wlrkcfs for 5S runs; Bayncs, l«o for 33 ; Cross, four for IS ; Shurl, one for 10; Chiilingworth, none for 4. VALLEY.— First Innings. T. Chillingwotu, c Warren, b Clum .. 31 K. Mossop, b Maclnncs ? 33 L. Cascj', not out. .. .. ? G4 If. Dale, not out ? IS Sundries .. ? 15 Total for two wiefceis .. .. .. 160 Bow lies - Clunis, one wl.jfcct for 34 runs; Maclnues. one for 29 ; Dibley, noue for 26 ; Pimlott, none for 41 ; Keir, none for 15.

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

B GRADE TOOMBUL No. I v UUIVEESraT. Played at Exhibition No. 2. UNIVERSITY. — First Innings. ?T. O. Ifahoney, b Robinson . . . . 30 II. Bu-:kle, b Parker ? 9 T. Walsh, c Parker, b Wcstaoott. .\ 30 M. Hanger, c and b Robinson . . 2 J. T. Wilson. . b Osenliam . . . . ] 7 31. J. Bogo, stp. Clarke, b Robinson 6 T. Paniell, c Parker, b Littla . . 11 S. A. Trout, not out ........ 19 . K. Kirke, b Westaoott ? .. 3 G. Cardno, c Little, b Westacott 0 L. BroM-D. c and b Westacott . . 0 Sundries .. ? 12 Total ? 133 Bowling: Parker, one wicket for 85 runs; Westacott, four for 19; Robinson, three lor 19; Ozenham, one for 14; Little, one for IS; Keir, none for 16. TOOMBUIi No. 1. — First Innings. K. Robinson, l.b.-ir., b Brown . . 5 W. Blacklock, not out ? 7C H. Clarke, c Boge, h Cardno .. 60 G. Lockie, l.b.w., b Brown .... 9 H. Little, not out ? O Sundries ? 13 Total for three wickets . . 163 TOOMBTJI/ Ko. S v SA2TDGATE. Played at Windsor Park. TOOMBDI; No. 2. — First Innings. W. K. tester, b Fl...

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UNIVERSITY 176 TOOMBUL, ONE FOR 63 [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926

UNIVERSITY 176 ? — ^ — TOCMBUL, ONE FOR 63 At JSnudah, on a wicket uaed for the first time, Toombul were at home to University, llornibrook and Xoyos were nbsent through illness. The students were in three hours for 176 runs. All but tm- scored over double figures, and Muir, who made 47, batted very slowly, jet cor rectly. His display of patienc; was re markable against the experienced bowling of Barstow and Oxcnharn. Barstow 1»owled remarknbiy well, hia 15 overs, 7 maidens, and two wickets for 26 runs kept the students on the watch all the time. The, first fivp overs from each bowler, Lendrom and Barstow,' produced only 28 tons, of which Ifi- were euudriee. At 40 MacDonneli was out l.b.w. to Oxenham for 22. The batting was very attractive, and the innings included four boundary shots. M. Biggs opened his bcore with a boundary off Baratow, and tbe 50 wis recorded in 55 minutes. After scoring 14 Biggs gave. HoMsworfh nn easy catcl). «.nd two wer-; out f^r 60. Eeir opened His should'....

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

-mmx ^^ ^tfns - ''?'''? Im a. ? . ? . ? ; ? -?; -: jgj ^B£ TAILORED 27 TIKE BROTHERS LIMITED ^11 I he btrand W&W : 1 5 That's the place to see men cooling off. IISIIIR ill I ''^'M The Cool Breeze which finds it's -tiay along lllmBuL i\ I Albert Street entices men who feel hot and ffllB&WLm : ^ tmcomfortdble to spend a moment or two on fflSwBll '? I :^3 5 The^ stand there-Hat in hand-blowing- Jilllf'Vl ? ' ^ 'PhetJing'' and dotting their foreheads--all //1/lmn ' 11SH - 'M because they are wrongly dressed. lliiiiiljjln IHi ' H 5 Don't belike tK«t*v. Get into Light Clothes ,illlm^ f|//ii ? 'M ! right away.-'Tim' Suitings in particJar. ?r^SBfif m^jj& ' 'M 5 They're Cight^cAiry-Qool^nA only a few &3tBr v . _; 'i| ounces in weight 9 The^ ' Tailor' well and ' '.~J$ the way we do it brings out every atom of Qool £*C\ C\ f\ ' ^ Comfort they possess. ^ -n. See -&hem. £7 ? V~'^U ' , ' 'M % . '&&or*Bwlt-?5o&foasure ':^ ? ' ? . -.:;...

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ALL BLACKS' TURNOUT [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926

ALL BLACKS* TURNOUT (.ALETBALIAK CABLE SERVICE ) LONDON, ^aturdaj-. — The All Blacks' management denies tbe report -hat some of the team bare refneed to play to-morrow, adding that tlte team mil tuni.oiit at it* fall -strength.

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THARGOMINDAH RACES [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926

THARGOMINDAH RACES : THA-KGOMIKDAH, tatnrdar- — Tbs j CVV.A. races Tcere Ijcld jesterdaj-. MAIDEN PLATK. — SPLINTER J. BTibee j Ned 2. Tom 3. I MORLET PLATE. — SISVAT^ I. Graeie } '. PainkflleT 3. ' C.W.k. HANTHCAr. — Sirprec 1, Ps^is ! '' XOCKATCNGA PL.ATE.— KIHEE KV;D j 1. Davie ~, T'n S. KULK-7 STAKES. — PAINKILLER 1. Gracic '. J^rrv 3. JCMBO RACE.— PLF.ASAST TOM 1. Monkey 2. Fane;- Dresu 5. i

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FINE FIELDING VALLEY v. EASTERNERS LOW SCORES ON GOOD WICKET [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926

FINE FIELDING VALLEY v. EASTERNERS LOty SCORES ON GOOD . . WICKET l^slley were out for 155 before 5 o'clock 'in the match against Easteni . tJtBgvrbs at the Exhibition No. 1 ovai. Goo§: fielding kept the scoring dov.n. Witii ':'':'ti'e exception o£. two missc-d eat-ibce, the exhibition of team field ing s^ptB splendid, W, Bowe, about «ov|rj-ti»einjg; very' Sue. Osl^; . three Valley men reached doijj»](e figures. O'Connor did notpro Hifa \the' usual foundation fur the side, and at JS. he v?us clean bowled by T&ote. Stafford, who opened with J5im, «aw all batsmeH out. He wag in J6T rajngtee for 73, five 4's, and bat |«47very patieulty. He gave two «h*nces in the slips after passing 50. Th9 SCOree ehow how the otherg f^jcil. #f»i»t» although not securing the »^^Mfe' a&ai' Soi good figures— thf«»:^Or 5-i oS 17 oxers, 30 of tlie ruflfVeoniing off oue over. Thurlow ?ejs^rei' four for 36 oft 14.1 overe, with l-nijt '-%$ runs off his first seveu overs. '^lielf'f.two for ^9 w...

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RECORD SCORE FOUR WICKETS FOR 500 WESTERNERS' TOTAL [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926

v RECORD SCORE FOUR WICKETS FOR 500 b ? ' WESTERNERS' TOTiAL Western Suburbs created a club re _cord.:jn. the match against ZSTo. 1 CoHs j*t; Graeeville, by seoriiig 500 ruus for fftB Mm of four wickets only. The V^Joite met 'xritlT an early success, by 5seeuring' the Srst two wickets for 47. ^faen Tuna eaine with almost moiiotwi .JMlfl frequency; ? - ...:?-? Two- good partnerships followed, the 'thML ?vrieket adding 188 and the fourth ;3S5. At 4.20 the score was 230, and the ^Suburbs' captain, thinking this total too cjMh&H to declare the innings closed, iJbMtted on, 'but .-trill probably close first thing next Saturday. 's : Q. Harvey and S. J. Fennelly were jihe. opening batsmen; and faced the Jbbirjing of Lenton and Hubbard. Har '.**y skied the third delivery from Len ten, and the bowler effected an easy eatek. Breiy partnered Feunelly; the tatteti was dropped off an easy chance Jbe&ws scoring. The pair curried the '..:maapi^6r 4H , when Ifcrew was ba^ly beaten ;...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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NOTABLE BATTING PERFORMANCE AT GRACEVILLE THREE CENTURY SCORERS Western Suburbs' Feat Wickets Favoured Batsmen [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926

IJI0TABIE BATTING PERFORMANCE AT GRACEVILLE f THBEE CENTURY SCORERS ??a- -???- . — ? ?? ? ♦— ? it' ; ' I Western Suburbs' Feat Wickets Favoured Batsmen ?4 ... ? — ? ? ? ? ? v Spectators at GfaceviUe on Saturday witnessed much delightful !.?? tetting. Fer the afternoon no 1C6S than 872 runs were scored on the '{ .' '-; f»b latches for the loss in all of 18 wickets. Three centuries -freie ;?-?-. made on the ground, Knowles hitting up 220. ''?*.. Z' Western Suburbs against No. 1 Colts broke the record for a team '*: ..? . totii in a senior grade match. by scoring 500 runs for four tickets. '? ? This number of runs is also believed to be the greatest ever recorded in club cricket, considering the wickets lost. |i£ ? '' ' tTnivcrsity registered 465 for five wickets against Worth Brisbane at |?v 'v Kandah as far back as the 1513-14 season. Those figures were the re p ? corf tiU Saturday. On that occasion F. C. Thompson made 242 not % .}' ?? ?'?? Aut. He did splendidly with bat and ball on...

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

?II ?!* ' , SUMMER is here, »*d Voa Hli ?E //*Hfc. .- ' te help you to look Mi ^l IB^S ?I |7 .^H| your beit Beautiful little Vp|l» ?'^?3^^ MB! sH ^A^H^H. Frocks *r« In protu«loa at.PryW' :--aMiP^ ?iff / I nymB & UeadJ»— eolour/ul »ndkf«y s^MM^ ? i / XZZ^&mk «W those ciqart littto «nl»be», ?^?^?M#; IK I J^T.liK whloh «da »o much to the eilc ^^?pH HO V I \&M AF§Jml3i+ To wear tuifler ttiemi-wel ~-$KMp&$ 81 A^J^a^^^M onB wrtlcl' t0 «*« ^'t: '?|fe ?I C /'i&^Mw$F Sheerer of Silk Hostory. ttV^flg ?I r'v \ ^KlIfcM Gloves-all nay be obtained ;«t ViSMfli ?I ^L^SkS ^B wflUrl j fry-» & Bead's, at Prices thtf : ^?fela ?I mTCP^TI BH %^- compare favourably with *ny ^j^H^fj H \ « * ? S\ ADELAIDE-STKEET, |B^ HI . .' Near Edward-street. :,.J^^J| ? r ? ; ? ; ? ; ? _ ? , ? — — * ^ / ^ Shoe Sale Extraordinary VIC. JENSENS j WE ARE OVERSTOCKED, AND COMPELLED TO MAKE A CLEARANCE WE J ' HAVE NEVER BEFORE OFFERED SUCH WONDERFUL VALUES. -3 Postage Paid Anywher...

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THE WOMEN'S OWN ALBION "THOUSAND" [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926

?MR- ? ?? *? — ?? — -*sir*v THE WOMEK'^ OWN ALBION 'THOUSAND^ Ideal summer weather favoured tht Brisbane Amateur Turf Club for the JLlbion 'Thousand' meeting, which was held on Saturday afternoon. The presence of a large number or feminine racing enthusiasts gave a kaleido scopic effect to the well-kept latnis with their trim ornamental trees. Gaily patterned voiles and colourful silken fabrics were la mode, the frocks favouring the bouffant styles, vrhieh created a picturesque effect trith the fashionable- wide brimmed hat. Musical items were provided during the afternoon by the Metropolitan Band. A large nttaiber of ladies -were the guests of the committee at afternoon tea, which was served by a staff from Webster's at tables beautified with bowls of shasta daisies and gerberas. Mrs. F. Glynn Connolly, who with her husband watched their horse, Black Spear, win the big race, wore a piisse frock of ivory mariette, with panels of cyclamen maroeain. She also wore a picture hat of blac...

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

SUMMER Frocks for ladles and children. Dainty Christmas sifts. . Chinese brass and naperj-. -Margarettc,' King House, Queen-street, Brisbane. I ^t'''i h -xwifd Ho with ? ^i a motorllSr^- Si teF^'UT 1 HERE is your opportunity to mn £50. The Competition is wfjfl LJl=sSalL» =J|hI1B1 '4a open to everyone — man, woman, boy or girl. There is no lIVl ~ . ' VW tlfft ^| entrance fee. The quality of Goldenia Tjpa is supreme, and Il^g3Sj^-, gm^jfl 'jilL ^H cannot be improved. Throughout Queensland it is the standard 'Tjf T 1 -r— ^_ '\ . ^^^^f| f Km ^ by which other teas are judged. However, die appearance and design |fl | j H |T'f -f j|}} \W%. ^ of the Goldenia packet is not up to the standard of the tea, and the 'f LJ M J 1 J I'll^l T 1 proprietors are desirous of making it more worthy of the tea it W^-^^Wl^1--^- 1&&* % contains. Send in your suggestions. You need not be a profes- ^'fc/t/e ? ? tpr sional artist or designer. A little careful thought may prompt _ Dlai l^sar* Di*...

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THE JEW AS A FARMER [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926

THE JEW M A FAKJgR^ Samufel irishman, the Jewish .;p\m$i- . of 35,000 acres of Kansas wheat Jlands- has won a Republican nomination 3fejr . the Btate- Legislature, which vuijugu$; assures him of a* seat He announces 4 (states the New York 'World?*) tiiat he will preach -the gospel of co-opera* tive ? farming, and : he can do so' irirli authority, for be wjis the organiser pt a flourishing colony' of abont 100:?Jejt ish farmers in Western Kansas! H-8 appearance in the Legislature yrpl iifc vertise tie i fact th-t the Jew, whose ac tivities are always thought of as urban^ has met with genuine success on the soil. ? : ??. .'-????? It is true that thf number of Jewish farmers remains comparatively small. Yet it is estimated, that about T5jOQ0 Jews are :now setfled on' 15,000 farm steads. The Jewish Agricultural Society which . is the American agency of the Baronde Hirsch fund, has loaned more than £1,000,000 to 6900 farmers seek ing a foothold on -the land. There is a large Jewish farmi...

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

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