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10 WICKETS FOR 64 FINE BOWLING FEAT VICTORIAN FIXTURES [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926

10 WICKETS FOR 64 FINE BOWLING FEAT VICTORIAN FIXTURES MELBOURNE, Saturday.— Blackie's fine bowling performance — be took Fitzroy's ten wickets for 64 runs — was the outstanding fea ture of this afternoon's pennant cricket. The second round cames were concluded in boister ous weather. Byrne (South Melbourne) hit up a brilliant 143. Scores : — Melbourne v Northcote. — Melbourne, first In nings, 189. ' Northcote, first innings, six wickets for 311 : second innings, nine wickets for 367 (R. FothereUl not out 68, Barine 61). Bowling: Ebelinp. three wickets for 122 runs; Hill, tliree for 86; Wood one for 7. Prabran v Essendon. — Prahran. first Innings seven wickets for 233 (declared) (Davle 89). Bowling: Richardson, one wicket for 14 runs;] Kellett. two* for 50 ; Heavey. one for 37 ; Ales- ( antler, three for 81. Essendon. first innings. , .158 : second innings seven wickets for 59. Bowl- j ins-* -?rey. four wickets for 25 runs. ? J ~ Hawthorn v North Melbourne.— North Mel-] bourne, firs...

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

JAC^BANDA ^ w ? . «y «Z«Sul.') {Sirenlar lavender carpets scattered at odd intervals along the roadside, shim , meting pale blue clouds dotted over the landpeape, patches of pale, palest blue haJte iway over against the skyline— and October and the jacaranda are every vfhete.* Beside the railway tracks, along snjjnrfean tram routes, in shady gardens — ^here, i»at a little time ago, the boa ~ ' FwfjjrffiTg 't4\sp}i}'l ^supreme— -the eye at ? ~ ? W*. ^Wro -Bwu0tert waving masses ot '?' '''wMnflVQw*''* ' lEHOmfflp. 'flUCb AB OD.© StUjEuX --j|p|Sw ^fore ;*he' ^ ' «* ' »? ' ^Mk 'M&t i-n' ' her tetoJ. ' -dan. EajWrn ehriBef, rich, golden- eilky oak, largojtrjBna, even the bongainvillea, its moist serious rival, pale into insignifi cance before the delectable aesthetic it&fi &ng Jacaraoda now brings forth. ^Jbng the Bris1-an«-Ipswicn line, be t«i«n.- hert aad Oxley (where I travel &N$$)«~fie&t jacarandas, with a glorious wegjjth; of bloom, spring int...

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

1 ??. «?.? ? .? ? ;?-? - ... NORTH COAST i -NAMBOTJH, Saturday.— The North Coast K; Cricket Association fixtures were continued -,j(hls. afternoon. The- Nambour Rural School Old Boys' Association continued their match! against Petrle'a Creek. I Results :— * | Old Boys' second innings 186 (T. Edmond ston S3 not out, H. B. Sully 34, T. Perrln 21). Bowling: F. Perren, two wickets for 21: C. Boyle, three for 32. Petrle's Creek, second innlnes 153 (F. Nichols S8 not out, B. Nichols 27, A. Ayres 26). Bowling: G. Potts, three wickets for 29; H. Roberts, two for 16; R- 1 Sully, two for 19. A friendly match took place at Woombye this afternoon between Nambour B team and a combined A and B Woombye team. Re sults : — Nambour 136 (B. M'Fadden 41, 3. Randall 30 E. Anderson 20 not out). Woombye 108 -A. Kuskoff 17, J. Kuskoff 18. L. Cameron 22. P. rringle 23).

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SOUTH COAST [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926

SOUTH COAST SOUTHPORT. Saturday.— In the competition fixtures, conducted by the Southport and UIs- 1 trict Cricket Association, Coouiera. juniors de- 1 feated the, Southport' school at the school oval I this afternoon by 63 runs on the first in- 1 nings. Scores : Southport School, first . In- ' ninga. 101 (E. S. King 34. 3. Gibson not out 24. J. F. Overall 10). Bowling: Russell Oxen. ; ford, five wickets for 49 ; Norman Bambling. - four for 23 ; F. Oxenf ord, none for four ; V. i Hargreaves, none for 7. Coomera Juniors, first Innings, nine wickets for 164 (Norman Bambling 59. Les Oxenford 45. A. Jones 24, W. Foxwell 12. W. Siganto 10). Bowling: R. Packer, 'three for 28; P. G. Vidgen, three for 45: S. W. Roberts, one for 26; P. L. Blun dell, one for 53. . A friendly match was played at the South port school between a Southport B grade team and a second eleven from the school. The re sult was a win for the school team by two! runs on the first innings. Scores : — Soutb- . port, first ...

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TOOWOOMBA W. BROWNE 104 N.O. A GRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926

I ; TOdwocaaBA t W. BROWNE 104 N.O. ;? A GBADE. f--': TOOWOOMBA, Saturday.— C3irisUan Brothers, V... first innings, 189; second innings, 209 (J. .--?? Curry 75. -K. Kennedy 54. Dr. O'CoUen 10. 3. '?, M'Kenna 32). Grammars, first binlngs. 157: y--tieeaBA- Innings, five for 215 (W. Browne 104 V not out, A. Purdy 42 not out, H. Teates 54). fl- BowUng, Grammars: K. Padget, one for 18: !?- . H. - Teates, one for 21 ; W. Parry-Oakeden, .'?? two for 58; A. Purdy, two for 39. Brothers: R. £ Burns, three for 74; T. O'Donnell, two for 28. ??'- Won by Brothers by 32 runs on the first in \- ' nines. ?f B GRADE. |-. Grammars B, first innings, 145; second in +' elngs, 103 (G. Boys 24, J. Teates 41. G. ; S Myles 15). Brothers B, first Innings, 53; v second .innings, 71 (W. Slower 18, V. Bobin «.8on 16). Bowling, Brothers: G. Jago, three ~ for 41; W. Stower. four for 17. Grammars: A. ,: Wood, nve for 31; G. Boys, three for 31. Won '.( bx Grammars by 124 runs. V: JUNTOB GRADE. '^ Hatrtstown v Gobbet...

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

% GYMPIE ? 'K-. __^_- ^ GTMPD3, Saturday.— The Gj-mple Cricket As ». soclatlon fixtures were continued to-day. The »..- One Mile . wicket, at which a concrete pitch ,-' has been constructed similar to that at jL; Queen's Park, was ' formally opened for play ^ by -the Mayor (Alderman Geo. Thomas), who *r wished .the association success and congratu ' l&ted the members on their progress. Be V bowled the' first ball in the senior match be '? tween Past Pupils and Cltys. The latter team -. -batted first, and In their first innings scored «' 126 (A. Goldsworthy 48, J. T. Byrne ^ 27, F. B. Sykes 51). Bowling (for '4- Past' .Pupils) : R. Heath, two wickets $V- for 36; R. Sinclair, one for 24; A. Hood, three -?. for 28 : W. Dautel, three for 14. Past Pupils. --?- first Innings, 199 (C Brown 70 not out,- W. ?* Dautel 44. A. Pacey 27. V. Wilcox 16). BowUng : ;-? (for City): A. Goldsworthy, five for 35; J. -. O'Meara, one for 30; J. M'GllI. two for 24. The '?'?? match will be concluded...

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COORPARAA COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926

r.nnRP&Rna COMPETITION. C. Stirling (scr.) ..33 31 30 91 T. Opperman (ser.) .. 29 34 SI 94 S. Hellish (35) .. ..' 23 21 21 93 J. Clancy (7) „. ..32 S3 28 304 3. Downs (20) .. .. 31 31 1*8 105 S. Bichards (9) .... SO 34 -19 102 L. G. Day (23) .... 28 29 ;'O 205 S. Holdway (10) .. 28 27 31 96 C. Beak (17) „ .. 24 29 28 98 E. Beaver (scr) .... 23 22 28 73 A. Pitcathly (10) .... 29 34 28 73 J. Lloyd (16) .... 35 34 35 105 W. Arundell (scr.) ..28 33 31 92 W. Arundell. junr. (scr) 28 34 28 90 A. Skinner (scr.) ..25 25 29 79 BASKETBALL CALLS FOR SPEED AND SKILL. — Incident in the Merthyr v East Ids wick same at New Farm Park. ' Gilberts - forfeited to Invincibles. Bosemount forfeited to Bowen Hills. T.W.C.A. forfeited to Sylvan.

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CITY OF BRISBANE SWEEPSTAKES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926

CITY OF BRISBANE SWEEPSTAKES. J. M'Kenzie ? 45 47 92 W. Manuel ? .. 3 31 64 R Lever ? .. 37 48 85 iS.' Sweeper ? .. 33 -« 81 IW. Cock .. ? 35 49 84 \XV. Stanley .. .. ? 46 49 95 G. Pullen ? 24 50 74 I A. Stanley .. .. - ? 38 43 81 I A. Pattlson .. .. ' ? 35 43 78 iB. Burley ? .=.. 35 46 81 | A. Btckman .. ? ^ 26 41 67 Fred Ztllman ? 26 41 67 , E. B. Smith ? 38 51 89 A. M'Guinness ? 26 36 62

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IN THE PUBLIC EYE [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926

IN THE PUBLIC EYE Professor Rivett Of Melbourne, to be chief executive of ficer of the new Common-wealth Council for Scietuaftc: and Industrial Kesearch. Fraulein You Kemnitz .A German vroman doctor -nlio Is said to be engaeeti t:- L-uler:-Iorff iatciy divorced from Ills fir?t wife. Marshal Sun Chuang Faug Who had been conducting the defence of Shanghai against tho 'Bed'' forces. Mr. T. R. Gardiner London's new Postal Controller. He will have, a force of 34.000 men and -n-opien handling €0,000,000 letters a trecK M. Alfred Loewenstein TVtio offered ' £10,000,000 free of Interest for two -years to the Belgian Government.

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WESTERN SUBURBS SWEEPSTAKES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926

WESTERN SUBURBS SWEEPSTAKES. 700 900 T'l. W. G. Duncan ? 46 51 97 R. Duncan ? 45 49 94 A. Horton ? .. 39 4G 85 E. Perrem ? ,38 45 83 J. Duncan ? 34 47 81 W. Perrem ? 32 47 79 3. M'Conachle ? 31 44 75 Col. Durrant ? ..31 42 75

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FASHIONS FOR MEN. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926

rASHIONS FOR MEN. This morning I put on my piak suit i foi the first time, and I must say it just looked too cute for anything. I felt, of course, that it was an inno vation and a great change, but I was glad to be in it. I suppose everybody has been reading1 about the new fashions for' men, and how over in London and in Paris all men are wear ing suits of pink and sky blue and chrome yellow. All the London and ' Paris papers that I have seen say that the new suits arc a great suc cess, and that the idea is all the rage. But, as I say, everybody knows about that, and I don't need to explain it. I only wanted to talk sMct my own suit. I had it made of pink georgette undershot with a deep magenta and crossed with au invisible slate blue bo that the material shimmers in the light with different colours, and when I walk up and dovrn in front of a long mirror (I bought the mirror at the same time as the suit) the colours run up and down my back it ripples of moving light. The magenta col...

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ESSENCES: The Latest Books THE BLAMELESS TOPPER. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926

I ESSENCES : The Latest Books I THE BLAMELESS TOPPER. 'Very few murders have been com mitted by men in tall hats. Burglars in tall hats are scarcely known outside the cinema. It is only the very worst kind of criminal — the kind that robs widows and orphans — who can commit a crime in a tall hat with an^easy conscience. The ordinary man, with a silk hat' on his head, at once becomes sober, austere, and all but honest Had Tennyson been writ jng of anyone but a prince, he would probably have made him wear, not the white flower, but the black topper, of a blameless life. Give the ordinary man a tall hat, and ho will find it 50 per cent easier to obey the more reasonable of the Ten Commandments.' — 'The Orange Tree,' by Robert Lynd. ON DECORATING. Never try to choose anything when von are tired. Be lazy about it and slow in settling. Don't consider fashion; choose as if for eternity. - Blues are said to be restful and tend to contemplation and philosophy. Mauve belongs to the weak, morb...

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From Our Window Prayer and Works. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926

trESSSSSsSSSSimSSSSSSSSSBKSBBBSSiu' S ' [From Our Wiadoiyj Prayer ana Works. ..... .-. .. .'?.-?. ,''- , The flippant «pirit of the. sgc ha»,6*fe» invaded the sacred precincts. A flatlghter of the manse was'- -asked- by a frierid whether.it was trite that her father had been offered preferment in a South ern -city. ? ........ .. 'Oh, yes,' she replied, *W I -can Jell you x in luwuag xurwaru to ayaaey, 'Then your father has decided to;»e-, ? cePtr» ? ?' ' ?? :? -.. : 'Dadt Oh, dad's still praying .for guidance, but mother Is packing upP The First. . '.. }-f'. -v ??'?'? The gully where she rested: diffuse! ?*., sense of perfect seclusion and peaee^fiaa. through her half -closed iashM,th«flrl looked approvingly at the . profoBion Of multi-coloured flowers Contrasting with tho bright tropical greenery. -.She was glad to be alone. '?'',''. She must have dozed for eom« time,. when suddenly, with a Bense of impend ing evil, she raised herself 46 her elbow. Yes, sure enough it was apparent ...

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

THE KRIS — - {By Syi Scott) Vinson stood at th6 door of the hotel, gazing out at the weather. The street was dark, and filled with a steady downpour; too wet for him to think of going anywhere but to the public library adjoininir tho hotel. It. also. was in darkness, but he knew where the switch wae located at the head of the stairs. He ascended with a feeling as if eyes were regarding him from the dark ness. The odour of old papers, and his knowledge that the room contained a collection of weapons and pickled reptiles, had influenced his imagina tion. Nevertheless, he y^g^ gi^ -^heu he touched the ewitch, which flooded the room with light. A large room, its centre occupied by three tables, and its walls fitted with shelves crowded with row upon row of the wierdest specimens. His gaze meet ing that of a long dead octopus staring at him from a jar, he thought that this might be the devil's storehouse where the deformities of mania were manufac tured and stored against the time they w...

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RIDDLE OF THE SPHINX HOW IT WAS ANSWERED [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926

RIDDLE OF THE SPHINX ? -♦ ? HOW IT WAS ANSWERED (By M. Gore- Jones.) When two young people seldom meet without arguing it is difficult for the amorouB god to find an opening to atr tack. Yet even when engaged io their most heated bouts, Cecil Farnhani and Millicent Graham were conscious of a mntual attraction. Cecil was an engineer who would have liked to become a professor, and was always studying forms of learning which ended in 'ist.'' He considered himself something of a psychologist, and was especially keen on understanding Woman with a very large capital W. Millicent bore with him more patiently than others because she rather liked an argument, aleo she recognised the funda mental sincerity of her opponent, al though at times she deplored his per sistency.- Still, she considered it time to check the young man's enthusiasm before it became a habit. An argumentative husband who carried his hobby to excess might become a bore. At ft social gathering given by a mutual friend, Farn...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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PERSONAL and Anecdotal [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926

I PERSONAL I and Anecdotal III Mr. Otto G. F. Bartels, apart from his duties as director of the grocery business of Messrs. Webster and Co. Ltd., is interested in work of a scien tific nature, and when away from his office he pays much attention to avicul ture, horticulture, and pisciculture. Should ever a zoological gardens be established in Brisbane, Mr. Bartels is a citizen well qualified to give valuable assistance, because he has studied the habits and the feeding of birds, fish, and animals held in captivity. In the culti vation of orchids he has been remark ably successful, and his collection is re garded as one of the finest in Australia. He follows the example 6et by the Bomans in having structures erected at his Mayne residence for the purpose of keeping birds, including many ra« speci mens. Several kinds usually regarded as difficult to keep in captivity have not only been in his care for many years, but have thrived. He has a large collection of butterflies, including ma...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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3A GRADE. FOGGITT, JONES v CHRISTENSENS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926

3A GBADB. VOGGITT, JONES v CHBISTENSESS. noggin, uuaet, xis/ (Wadaell 34 Ges 27, lanee 21). Bowling: Clark four for 15. Chnstensens, six for 225 (L. Cla-k 75, Coaker 32, B. Clark 25. Johnson. 44 not out). NESTLES v C.C.M. Kestles, 79 and four for 57 (Coohrace 43, Kadford 26, Fariudon 22 not out Lyons 12). Bowling: Savage three for 28. C.C.M., 54 (Chenory 12, Savage 18). Bowl ing: Radford five for 22, Corhrane five for C7. HUTTONS t ALLAN 4fc STAHK Huttons, 3G and 85 (Walsh 12,' 'zim'tat 16, Voltz 36). BoTrling: Laidlaw five 'for 11, Fitzgerald four for 16 and seven fo» 12, ilessenger one tor 14. Allan and Stark, 70 (Messenger 23, Ryan 28). Bowl ing: Zimitat fife for 17, Heney two for 16. M'EENZIE A HOLLAND v GOVERN MENT PRINTERS. G.P.O., 13 (Battle 16. Eodby l--^ Bowling: H'Kay five for 26, Eichardsoa two for 12. Jf'Kenzie and Holtnnd, five for 188 (A. M'Kay 66, K. M'Kav '3 Tornbull 36 not out). Bowling. ' East aughffo three for 51.

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TOOWONG. RINK GAMES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926

TOOWONG. RIKK GAMES. Booth, Woodhead, sen., Holmes, Moore . . 23 Williamson, JIacdonatd, Dawber, Steale .. 23 Gtllespie, Irving. Smith, Btgga ? « 24 Roden, Bees, L.awson, Bayly .. .. .. 18 Glllingwater, East, Sadgrove, Lee .. .. 29 Ellis, Affleck, Grew, Wheeler ? 26 Harding, Sexton, Qulnn, Crawford .. .. 31 Ferrier, Gilbert, Wyper, Tliomasoa .. .. 18 Blackburn Kingsbury, Forsyth, O'Sullivan 26 Ayscough, J. J. Kingsbury, Robertson, Lloyd ? .. .. .. 19 PAIRS GAME. RoweU—BeU ? 27 Kin: — Alder ? 22

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SB GRADE. PLCMRIDGES v STATE ENTERPRISES [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926

SB GRADE, PLrMRIDGES v STATE RKTF.RPBTSTra Phunridges, 71 and five for 61 ('Wed- raaur 22 not out. Beevors 30 not out). B0V-U113: KeTsvrell eight for 40. M'Cor macV tivo for ^3 and five for 24. State Enterprises 60 and 49 (M'Cormack 18, Shannon J4). Bowling: Ferguson three for 17 and two for 8, 'Woodward, two for 12 aud two for 11, Vinnjcombe four for E2 aud two for 15, Jopling two for 7 and two for 4. Won by Plumridgos by five wickets. MUB.RATS v EDWARDS. DC If LOP MurrayE, 17S (Taylor 39, Huck S6, Da\ies 25). Bowling: Smitli four for 40, Hutcheon three for 58. Edwards, Dunlop. two for 69 (Atherton 37 not out, Unwia 21). BoKling: Huck on© for 12, Davies one for 12. POSTAL INSTITUTE v KORD MOTORS Postal Institute, 58 CConde 31). Bowl ing: Nichols four for 28, Coy six for 30. For4 Motors, C34 (Cramb 135, Malcolm 4T-. Bowling: Eleteacr {our for 3Q, M'Cormack three for 57. JOINERIES r HANCOCK & GORE. Hancock and Gore, 56 (Volkes 15, Brooth 10-. Bowling: Ohlten five for 23, Cram...

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YERONGA. RINK GAMES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926

YERONGA. THXK CJLMES. Rafton, Thomason, J. Jtinner, Collins .. 27 WWttred, Siubbs, Alford, Hudson .. .. 22 Manabas. Newman, Russell, Green .. .. 24 Uhl, Rudd, Derrick, Roberts ? 23 Connor, Hay. Luya, M'MIHan ? 24 Blddle, Frazer, Ktnyon, Valentine .. .. 20 Faulkner, Dlr, Greenfield, Ward .... 20 Richardson, Christensen, Jamleson, Tre gurtha ? 19 Mellor. Thompson. Eldrldgc, Denbam . . 25 ' O'Dw.yer, Buchanan, Hall, Woodhouso .. 23 Seliars, Foote. Kaye, Bayard ? 21 Abraham, Adsctt, Tucker, Pound .. .. 15 Erans, Jewell, A. Mercer, E. L. Paine .. 28 A, Birlcy, G. Junner, Rhodes, Cashmore 18 WINDSOR. RINK GAMES. Ash, Adkins, Orcrcll, Campbell .. .. 25 Williams, M'Donald, Lamb, Wallace .. .. 23 Betts, lilvingstone. Robertson, Torrett .. 23 Gilmour, Cameron, Stalnes, PhippS .... 17 Baker. Lane, Torrance, Kerr, Eenr. .... 27 Hambly, Teell. Scott, Holdway .. .. . .... 19 Clarke Knox, G. Munro, Thomson .. ..... £S Stevens, King, Barclay, Grant .. ... .. ».. 13 Orr. Brown, W. Munro, Huxh&am...

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