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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)
STAGE BANS THE SITWELL FAMILY EXCHANGE OF SARCASMS [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926

STAGE BANS THE SITWELL FAMILY EXCHANGE OF SARCASMS i Owing to remarks about actors and actresses by Mr. Osbert Sitwoll - poet — members of the stage profession refused to co-operate with the Sit wells in broadcasting a Song-Phantasy from London last month. The Sitwells are two brothers, Oshert and Sacheverell, and their sister Edith, the children of Sir George Reresby Sit well. All (according to their own con tributions to 'Who's Who') are poets. They state that they specialise in the following recreations: — Osbert. — ^Regretting the Bourbons, re . partee and the tu quoque. Sacheverell.— Catching that rara avis the London motor-omnibus, listening-in, and Mr. J. C. Squire. Edith. — Reviewer-h&itlng. Their father owns about 6,000 acres Thay are mainly notorious for' 'free verse,'' which other people find to be without rhyme or reason. It was intended to broadcast a phantasy called 'The Wheel ot Time.' consisting of songs, past, present, and future, the Sitwells giving a selec...

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

MEALS IN MIDDLE AGES Pour hundred years ago the English I had four meals a day — breakfast at ' seven, dinner at 10, supper at four, and livery at eight. Gradually the dinner hour has been altered. Henry VII. dined at '? uiiver uromweii changed the hour to one. Addison dined at 2 p.m., and Pope indignantly refused an invita tion of Lady Suffolk, who asked him to join her for the meal of the day, at 4 pjn. He considered this innovation a sign of decadence. The actors of the miracle plays of mediaeval times were given liberal allowances of food and ale. ; According to an entry in the Guild books, we are told that the ''players refreshed themselves at every reste.' Before the plays began they had a heavy breakfast, dinners were served at mid-day, roast beef and goose being two of the prin cipal dishes. When their day's work was done they enjoyed a heavy supper. ? At that time a rib of beef cost 3d, a goose 4d, a quart of wine 2d, and a I gallon of home-brewed ale 2d. '?

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

SEEING STARS A blow on the head makes one 'see - stare,' by jarring an octave nerve and j so stimulating it. The brain is in tbc J ha-bit of receiving from the octave nerve stimuli which it recognises as light. Accordingly, the stimulus caused by the jarring of the nerve also impresses the hrain as being a light stimulus, and we think we eee flashing light which - takes the form of moving stare. j Half the time when a girl thinks she is in love she is merely jealous. ' The average man's brain's are chief ly useful to some other fellow who knows how to maiu nee of them.

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

HOMING PIGEONS ; — «*. — NEWS AND NOTES tBy 'Blng.') ^Members of the Q.H.S. basketed TO odd birds to compete in the Miriam Tale race, 2SU miles. SOME SUGGESTIONS. If a youngster feathers badly in the nest tt is doubtful if ever it will make a worter. Bad feathers are the outcome of neglect by the parents or an enfeebled constitution. I have frequently seen both flteht and tall feathers remain ensheathed in blue covering for an unusually long time. You, may safety mnAesan these, although If you wi--h to sav» them the sheath can be removed by adminis tering a pinch of Glauber salts, or by scraping the sheath with a .. snarp knife. These . peu feathers often appear around the neck, and I have seen this defect maintained through A very common physical defect is Uiat of th» coupling bones near the vent being quite «ia» apart. On no account should ore of thin description be tolerated- Enlarged abdomens, the result of enlarged livers, are bt no means unc nmnon weaknesses of squab s in rhe ...

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

DRAUGHTS j IPSWICH v SOUTH BRISBANE. I Friendly games of draughts were played at Ihe Alexandra Cafe on Saturday night beivcen Ipswich aud South Brisbane. In the afi«T nooD session Souh Brisbane was up with 20 comes acainst lpswirh. 12 panics: and there wcro 1- d.-jiTs. In tire cveninjr sessinn South BrisKire vwn ]! jrnnrs. Ipswich I'J panics, and there were niuu draws.

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

KEDRON AMATEUR RACE CLUB ! 1 ? ♦ ? ( ACCEPTANCES. The fcliowing are the acceptances for the neetlng of the Kedron Amateur Race L'lub, to be licld at Kedron I'arii to-morrow, (Monday), Kovcmber 1. MAIDEN HAKDICAP, about 5 Furlongs. st lh 6t lb Prince Euros * 9 3 Geldet'.e 8 7 Botany 8 12- Dark Earl 8 5 Master Bor- Chantlemaid 8 3 gbese 8 11 Darkness ? S.2 Kerant 8 7 Revale 8 2 Bellmore 8 7 Bill Syce 7 12 Maxim 8 7 Worthy Top 7 10 Starome 8 7 DIA^ISIOX HANDICAP. FOURTH DIV1S1OX. Lady Carroll 9 8 Mr. Prominent 8 8 Prove 9 5 Forest King 8 7 SJeleoe 9 2 Norwood Lady 8 5 Toutina 3 'J. Phyllis A. S S ! Webbvilie 9 0 Itosa Queen 8 2 Clydemount S 12 M.;6s Coodale 8 0 Napver Tandy S 10 Daisy Hill 7 IS Uncloud S 10 THIRD DIVISION. Admiral Flip- Honour pant 0 0 Guarde 8 7 i Vocaiion 8 13 Eudoress 8 S j Singleness S ]3 Wilhin tbe Law S S| Keralla 8 12 Kufalo 8 3 Chant le Robe 8 J2 I'otonvi 7 12 Bahiiau 8 12 SECOND DIVISION. Colleso Boy 10 4 Rosebud 9 2 Earl Scotland 9 12 Miss Wolowa s ]3 Tibby 9...

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)
Rampion's Close Call in Victoria Derby PRELUDE TO MELBOURNE CUP Manfred Wins Melbourne Stakes KEEN RACING AT FLEMINGTON Royal Feast Takes Maribyrnong TOGHEY RIDES A WINNER [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926

^^pion^s Close Call in Victoria Derby ^mmm to Melbourne cup ?a ''-??' ' ' * ' ? *?? -.-'??? '? - ? : — — **? ? Manfred Wins ''Melbourne Stakes KEEN RAGING AT FLEMINGTON ; Royal Feast Takes Maribyrnong : TOOHEY RIDES A WINNER (JBY 'SIRDAR.') *'? ? SfELBOTJRNE, Saturday.— The conditions were the reverse of ?', pleasant, to say the least, for the opening of the V.R.C. Spring meeting at flemingtpn to-day. 1* was Victoria's 71st Derby, and probably more iatereit vju centred in. the opening day this year than ever before. At «ay rate there fpere never so man y visitors in Melbourne, and there ?was * great trek to famous Flemingtoii. ? 'A*0111 half an hour l«fore the first race a terrific duststorm, said to bo the worst ever experienced in Melbourne, swept over the city, and reached :Flemlngton in due course. The traffic was held up for a while, - ? a&d «o dense was it that it- was impossible to see across the course. A puesing shower, assisted by a bitterly cold westerly, settled ...

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

OUR TENTH ANNUAL COMPETITION : I IT COSTS YOU KOTHINO TO ENTB3S. ' ' MICE SIMMONS UTD. . . . 'Sure Catch' Fishing Competition to be held at BISHOP ISLAND (Mouth of the River) ' (Generally knovn as 'Hercnlts Bank') NOVEMBER 14, 1926 AND rOLLOWTNO 8UNDATS. .. ( Open to All Comers, Amateur? only m+ Hn»'» OE»ploye« except*!), the only condition beiog that - . All Competitors must purchase a fishing line when entering. This being our Tenth Competition, and owing to the generous support given -us by all Anglers, -we have decided to offer the following prizes,' value £20: — _ ' FOB HEAVIEST COLLECTIVE TttEIOBT OF FI^H. Prize 'SUBE CATCH»» Value Prige 'SUJtiB OATtOH' Value 1st Fishing Tackle £3 12 6 4th Fishing Tackle £0 15 0 2nd ' ' 2 10 0 5th ' ' 6 10 0 3rd ' ? ' 10 0 '6tH ' ' 0 .7 6 J- FOB LABOEST NUMBER OF FISH. Prize 'SUBE CATCH' Value Prtee 'SUBE OATCH1* Value ' 1st Fishing Tackle £2 12 6 4th Fishing Tackle £0 12 6 2nd ' ' 1 10 0 5th ' ' 0 7 6 3rd ' ' l.t) 0 6th ' .' 0 5. O . FOR HEAV...

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

ROMA RACES IIOMA. Saturday.— The second day's me?t'us r-f thft Roma Ri?rurnpd Soldiers' Racine Club was held here to-da.y. The att^ndanc? wns (veil up to the. average, and on tlie wiolo the meeting was a slices*. Result-! : — TELEKEBER HANDICAP, 5 Fjrl.inK- — 1-OCHACRE 1, Grey Alliance 2. Wcnb mo Lad S. Time, 1.3 3-5. Dividends; Ss ar--l r.-; KOMA DIGGERS' HANDICAP. I Mil-. - KAYTXT BEPOSE 1. Maystay S. W.irz.me :; Time. 1.17 3-5. Plvidend: *s. AMIENS HANDICAP. 6 Furlong*.— BET?p ALLIANCE 1, So So Lad 2, Willeslvy 3 Time l.20»i. f.&BA TErE HANDICAP. 7 Furlon?.1! — LO-~H- ACRE 1. Tbe Ktae '-. Kotom«in !. Time 1.32 I-s. Dividends:- 11s 6d and R^. FASSCHENIUELE HANDICAP, 7 K:rI..r.ss. MATSTAT J, Grey Alliance 2, Sweet Ken.is' 3. Time. 1.32 --r-. Dividend: V2e. HELL FIRE CORNER HANPKAP. ,''. l:jr li'nss. — BARLKT I.ASS 1. Babe Alii.-iivj .'. Willcslc-y 3. Dividends : 13s an-1 23 n-j.

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
In the Last Stride Black Spear Wins Thousand GREAT RACE IN "THOUSAND" Walfortis Registers Another Second HIGHLAND WINS FIRST DIVISION Kitty Paddington Beaten in Plate NOTABLE DAY AT ALBION PARK [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926

In the Last Stride Black Spear Wins Thousand GREAT RACE IN 'THOUSAND' — «?*». — Walfortis Registers Another Second HIGHLAND WINS FIRST DIVISION Kitty Paddiugton Beaten in Plate NOTABLE DAY AT ALBION PARK The Spring racing carnival opened in gOod styl* in Brisbane on Saturday, when the Brisbane Amateur Turf Club held its Albion Thou sand masting. It was the first big meeting of the Club at which Mr. T. M. Ahem acted as president. The committee and the Secretary (Mr. 0; H. Hooker) have every reason to be pleiiea with the results. The priss money reached £2000, -which is the most distributed in any one day at Albion 'Park since the 'T»o Thousand' meeting over 12 years The racing was the best seen at Albioa Park for raaay months, and the contest for the 'Thousand' was in keeping v-ith the occasion. After a great set-to Black Spear won in tbe last stride from Walfortis, who has now run second in tbe Albion Cup. Brisbane Thousand, and Albion Thousand. In big evehts Walfortis seems fated f...

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

GRAFTON RACES GRAFTON. Saturday.— The South Graf ton Tattersall's races were held this slter uoon. Eesults: — OPENING HANDICAP, 6 Furlongs. LORD MASCOT, 10.5 .. .. (Atkins) 1 SUNTAST, fi.3 ? (Phillips) 2 SEX FAST, 6.9 ? -Lce). 3 Other starters: Laughter, Balfour Light, Betting: 5 to 4 against Sun JPafct, 3 to 1 LORI- MASCOT. Dividends for 5s, £1 17a and SsJ.^me, 1.13 4-5. NOVICE HANTJICAP, 5 Furlongs. OVERCHAJtaE. 7.7. ? (Pringlo) 1 TEEESIAN, 8.6 ? '.. (Rhodes) a JESSIE'S BOT. 8.2 ? (Keid) 3 Other starters: Mollie's Gun, Nine Lad, Odin, Olive Boy, Grotto. Pavdles. Betting: 2 to 1 OVERCHARGE. Divi dends, 13a and 15s. Time, 1.1 4-5. MAIDEN HANDICAP, 4 Furlongs. SILVER CI.OUD, 8.9 .. .. (H. Atkins) 1 EAMOBNXS MAHi, 8.5 .. .. (H. Reid) 2 ELSIE MIMEE, 7.12 .. (W. Langham) 3 Other starter: Monaband. Betting: 4 to 1 on SILVER CLOTJD Dividends, 6s 6d. Time, 49 l-5sec. TATTERS ALL'S HANDICAP, 7 Furlonge. BEXTAST, G.9 ? (Lee) 1 LORD MASCOT. 10.3 .. .. (H. Atkins) 2 LAEGAD, 6.9 ? -A. Atkins) 3...

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

TOWNSVILLE RACES TOWXSVILLE, Saturday.— There was a. good attendance at tlie meeting or tUe Towns iille Turf CJub. Although members of the Bookmakers' Association were, absent, one bookmaker fielded, and did good business. Results : — 7I/ZIKG HANDICAP. FIRST DIVISION. DAVE BROWN, by Hlghfield— Alabaster, S.10 ? (Tucker) 1 FLAVOLA, 9.0 ? (Hosklnjj) 2 REPELLO, 8.12 ? (Perkins) 3 Four starters. Betttns 2 to 1 on DAVK .BROWN. Won by two lengths. Time, 1.5 3-3. SECOND DIVISION. SPACEACRE, by Linacre — Space, 8.9 ? (Holt) I BLACK DEER, 9.0 .. .. .... (Hosting) 2 DEER GLADE. $.10 ? (Tucker) 3 Seven starters. Betting even money SPACE'- ACRE. Won easily by three lengths. Time, l.S 2-5. THIRD DIVISION. MJSS SCHOLAR, by Kins's Scholar— Ligania. 8.3 ? (Tucker) I TALON, 8.7 ? (Norrls) 2 WENQNAH, S.2 ? (Smitb) 3 Seven starters. Betting 2 to I on MISS SCHOLAR. Won comrortably by a length. Time, 1.3 3-5. FOURTH DIVISION. ROCKESS, by Rock— Station mare. 7.10 ? (Tucker) II OLIVE'S SISTER, S.10 .. .. ...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
TALKS ON BOWLS MR. E M. PASCOE VICTORIAN BROADCASTS [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926

TALKS ON BOWLS MR. E M* PASCOE VICTORIAN BROADCASTS To all those misguided individuals who may be labouring under the delusion that the 'royal and ancient game of bowls' is a gentle pastime peculiarly adapted to elderly gentlemen of rotund appearance who are a bit past ''active1 ennrt. . +i.p sprifs of talks on this same being given by Mr. E. M. Pascoe from 3LO should come as a veritable 'eye- opener.' During an intensely interest-1 ing quarter of an hour's chat on the his tory of the game he gave some enter taining little side-lights that have come) to him through years of study and the hunting up of old manuscripts. With the exception of archery, bowls is the very earliest sport on record (said Mr. Pascoe), and I doubt if you could j class archery as a sport; for, at the time of which I am speaking— -between the 12th and 17th centuries — it was the only known form of national defence; and, as archery calls for much skill, every man was required to put in a good , deal of practice ...

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

z^' ' Money makes the - mare go and the -^ - - automobile makes the money so.

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
RIFLE SHOOTING ENOGGERA MATCHES GOOD SCORES IN TRICKY WIND [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926

RIFLE SHOOTING - ? ^ ? ENOGGERA MATCHES GOOD SCORES IN TRICKY WIND Competitions were the order of the day at Eno&'era on Saturday, when 14 targets were In use. Brisbane Railways fired a friendly match with the Ipswich Railway Club, and had a comfortable win. Conditions were on the tricky side, especially at the long rancos. but in spile ct this there were some cood scores recorded. . Details: — BRISBANE RAILWAYS v IPSWICH RAILWAYS. BRISBANE RAILWAYS A. Harding .. .. -- -.29 32 38 89 J. Connelly M ? 31 30 31 92 A Marsh ... ^. ._? .. 32 35 32 99 3 Gold ? 30 32 29 UI W. Jamieson ? 31 33 S2 96 H. Hyde .. .. .. .. 31 33 28 92 O. Blsc ? 29 32 27 S8 W. Hood ? 29 35 33 ST 242 2«2 240 744 IPSWICH RAILWAYS. H. Brown ........ 30 31 50 91 W. Gabriel ? - .. 24 33 29 86 H. Bull ..-..._.-.. 26 SO 33 89 C. Smith ? v 28 27 25 80 G. Boss ? ?- 31 o3 28 94 C Morgan ? 39 32 32 93 W. Brown ..».„?? 29 31 31 91 C. Kendall ..-.„.. 24 31 ^29 ^84 221 250 237 70S ALLAN & STARK COMPETITION. S00 ...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
KELLEWAY AGAIN FIRST GAME OF SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926

KELLEWAY AGAIN \ FIRST GAME OF SEASON. STDNET, Saturday.— Another round of first grade cricket was started to-day. A feature was the first appearance this season of the in ternational cricketer, C Kellaway, who, how ever, failed to get going, and was caught for eight Results :— Glebe. 230 {A, Ratcllffe 91. F. Malr 42, and Caswell three wickets for 31).. V. Waver ley. one for 19. Gordon, 366 (E. Frendlus, ] 86, W. Gcrdes 64, and Leadbeater four wickets for 108). v Cumberland-Marrlckvllle, two wickets for 408 (H. C. Steele- 116, A. K. Dein 128, B. W. Fairfax 102 not out). Northern District Randwirk. seven wickets for 238 (F. Merchant 63. Dr. W. 3 M'Crystal 57 not out) v Padding ton.

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
HUGHES AND THE CARTOONIST Hal Eyre Returns to Brisbane [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926

|||vfflJ6HES AND THE CARTOONIST fitrf Eyre Returns to Brisbane it is not easy to persuade a cartoonist to draw himself. But it -*n be managed sometimes. This is a faithful drawing, half caricature, b»if portrait, of Hal Eyre, vhbse work will in future be a feature of The Daily Mail RP.d The Sunday Mail. Mr. Eyre started his career as a cartoonist in Brisbane, where, as a youngster he drew car loons anc1 sketches for several papers. Finally ne was engaged solely on the Couriei and Observer, mat was years and years ago, before even I the foundations of the new Town Hall j were dug, he adds. j After a few years the Sydney Daily ; Telegraph, called, Hal Eyre Leard, '. and answered immediately. He re- I mained with the Telegraph for just ; over 18 years. During the war the j Telegraph cartoons were U great de- ; mand. The New South Wales Public ! Library acquired the collection for the j purpose of showing future generations , Low Australia regarded the world catas trophe. There are over...

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