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MIO-WEEK FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926
MID-WEEK FIXTURES. f. ! The following te the draw f cr Weauesaay s : ^A^Grlde.— ' Daily Slail ' v Woolloonpabba Loco Sew Farm; Q.T.C. Clerks T Boma-street : Railways. Woolloontsibba. t,,am™ B (irade.— Associated Riyce Clubs * Paddias- : ton Tramways. Victoria Park Xo. 2 ; Tramway Bovers x Ceniral SUtion. Victoria Part No. 1: Registered Race Clubs v Markets, T'erori-i Park Xo. 3. Light-street 'a bre._
CHURCH UNION A GRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926
CHURCH UW1ON A GRADE. City Taneruaele. IT (B. NertUe 275. Bowl ing; A. Flalier. three for 36; A. M'Barrou. two for 34; W. Kewley, three for 5. St. Andrews, 292 (A. Byan 111, T- Pollard 10'. a. Ogilvle 28, N. GTeenaway 11, A. M'Barron not out 10). Bowline: Ii. Jones, six for 74: B. NeTtric, two for 56; C. Petty, one for 42. Both Byan and Pollard gare splendid displays. : Kyan reached his century in 55 minutes, and ' Pollard in 90 minutes. Park Presbyterians, 228 (loghaiB 53, Pedea . 53 not out. Gillan 20). Bowling: Lipscorabe, ' thr-ee for 44 : Cronch, two for 46 ; Clayfleld, none for 56 (Barnes 29 not out). j B GRADE. St. Mark's, seven for 203, declared /Hood : 87, SoutEerden 51 not out, Hawkta. 43). Christ : Church, 17 aad 27. Bowling: Holland, sevcu ; for 14; Hood, three for 17; Emery, three for ; 1 ; lewis, tffo for 2. Won by St. Mark's by an irininjjs 4Bd 159 runs. Loyal Part, five for 168. declared (Bichard- . son 39, Healy 42, Gl«icy S5). Bovrllng: Tay lor one lor 18; HHey. on...
WESTERN SUBURBS v EASTERN SUBURBS I [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926
WESTERN SUBURBS v EASTERN SUBURBS Played at Toowong sports ground. WESTERN SUBURBS. — First Innluc3. ?R. Manniou, b Fcrg-i8on ? 12 J. Brow, b It. Xiclson . . . . -. ? 6 R. Colledge, b Ferguson .. .. ,. .. 7 H. Pilkington, c Shearer, b Green .. 41 E. Milliner, b Ferguson ? in G. Cook, b Ferguson ? o E. S. Moreliead, b Green ? 2 I... Pennefather. st. Davis, b Green .. 4 A. E. Wycth not out ? sn B. V. l)a\ies, b L. Nielson u. ? 2S SunOries .. ? 21 Total ? 170 Bovrllng: Ferguson, four wictets for 34 runs; L. Nielson, two for 50; Green, three for 42: Handllu, none for 15. EASTERN SUBURBS.— First Ilnnlngs. N. Nielsou, J.b.w.. b Pennefather .... 3 (J. BeDuett. k Davies ? 10 I.. Nielson. b Moreliead ? 15 K. Davis, h Moreliead ? 0 G. Green, c Milliner b Brew .. .. 46 t,. Ferguson. -: Brew, b Morrfiead .. 0 «J. Shearer, rim out ? 15 F. Burge, l.b.w., b Davies ? 1 G. Mandlin. c Davies, b Brew .... 0 H. Hurnrorth. not out ? 7 H. (riaiiam. not out ? .. 2 Sundries ? 14 Total for nine wJeitts .. ....
JUNIOR DIVISION SENIOR GRADE. JWIKFJELD B T MASONIC CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926
JUNIOR DIVISION SENIOR GRADE. FA1RFJELD B v MASONIC CLUB. r3irfleld B. 212 - Hamilton 30. Steeie 57, Manners 47. Lake 14 not out, M'Diarmid IS). Bowling: M'Kay, two wickets for 37 runs; Ash. wo for 2. Masonic Club, odo wicket for 22. CAMPBELL'S v BALMORAL. Campbell's. 140 (L'owa 40, Hamilton S6. Lather 14, Lsaver 12). Bowling: Johnston, three for 13; G. T^ove. ODe for 14; L. Lore, iwo for 45. Balmoral, two for 45 (Lindsay K-. Metcalfc IS). Bowling: Long, one for 11; Palmer, cue for 12. RAILWAY INSTITUTE V T00W0NG. Institute. 148 (M'Buffh 63, Beattic 20, Folej 10). Bowlmg: Floyd, fire for 51; James, one for 18. Toon-one, seven for 116 (Adams ilt Floyd 27, Pensel 10). Bowling :^, rChamber- laln, four for 53; Beattie, oue for S. SHERWOOD B r NO11MAX PARK * Sherwood B, 2Q4 (Cain 64, Oox 3'J. Donaldson 36. Wilson 30, Magulrc ^S. Edwards 25). 'Bowling: Ripplnien, six for 42. WESTEBN SUBURBS T MOHNENOS1DK. Morulngside. 136 (Pryke SI). Bowling: Som oierrillc. five for 23; Woodward, three fo...
WAREHOUSE DIVISION I A GRADE.CAMPBELLS r TITLES OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926
WAREHOUSE DIVISION I A GRADE. CAMPBELLS v TITLES OFFTCE. Titles, 14S (Lindsay 55, Leiehton 32, Gidger 17). Bowling: Lyous four for 11, Warden three for 37, Cheyne one for 'i. Campbells, nine for 265 (Warden SS. Recs' 35. Pasley 34, Lyons 29). Bowling: White fr..j 'or 20, Gcdge three for 56. OTERELLS T MAIN ROADF. Orerells, 161 (Drumtmmd 8S not out. Coot 14). Bowling: Knott five for 52. Main Roads, five for 166 (Benstead ?2 not out. Fryer 29, LEH. THURLOW (E.S.) took four V»«tey widkets for 38. Knott -19). Bowling: Grace two for 23, Cook two for 67. M'WBTRTERS v MACDOXALD, HAMILTON. M'Whirters, 144 (Callagbau 31, Walsh 24, Downey 25). Bowling: Dent four for 54, Macdonald, Hamilton, three for 173 (Losfbn 90 not' out, Welch 30 not out, Kitt 31). 1 B GRADE. ROBT. HARPER v FINNET. ISLES. : Harpers, 30 and five for 44 (Dufly 21 not out). Bovrliiig: Cullum fire for 7, Coolce three for 22. Ffnneys, 118 (Cooke SO not out, Gilbert 22). Bowling: Gibbs sir for 43. LATCOCK, LITTLtDIKE T STATE EN...
PRIMARY SCHOOLS CENIURY TO HANSEN [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926
PRIMARY SCHOOLS j rENTURY TO HANSEN ; The primary sceooIs' competition was ad ranced a further stage last week, the fourth round of the series being staged. Hansea. South Brisbane, was the most suecessfu1 bats- . man. compiling 107 not out. This score in- . eluded four 6's, and 12 boundary shots. Hen dras treated a seusaUon by administering :? ; sound defeat to Virginias. The success achieved vas largely due to the bowling of i. House- ; niau, who captured sis for 15. and seven for 1 J. STAFFORD (Valley) Is fceeplns -'« j form. He carried his bat on Saturday j against Eastern Suburbs for '3. j 19, resperlivel.i . and whfcliad the Virginia bats- j men completed' tied up: Results: — ; SouUi Brisbanss, 15G (Uauseu 1QT not out, , Scholeneld 11, Bode 11. Crammoud 10). Bowl- j Ing: Ross six for 39. Walker three for 69. -or- | man Parks, 115 (Jones 40. Heaslop oO not j out. Brengle 22, Walker 14. Breuuan 12». ; Bowliug: Hayden three for 21, HaiiseD two ; for H, Crammcnd two fur 27. Oldflel...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926
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BOWLING PRACTICE PLAY ALL CLUBS BUSY [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926
BOWLING PRACTICE PLAY ALL CLUBS BUSY With nnlr i^o exceptions — Auchenflower and South ' Brisbane — all tho metropolitan bowling greens on Saturday catered for large attendances of club members, whose enthusiasm lias been stimulated by the near approach of tUe pennant competitions. As yet, greens are a shade so£t, but by care ful attention it is hoped that first-clssB surfaces will be available shortly. XundaVs re-openinp, marking the first anniversary of the club's existence, was celebrated by a special social programiae. The ladies' committee, headed by Mrs. Rose, provided afternoon tea on the lawn foi » representative gathering of visitors. At East Brisbane, too, pleasinc festivities sis nalised the re-opening after top-dressing. Details: — CLUB PLAY BALMORAL. RINK GAMES. Ryan. Shaud. Bennett, CranJey . . . . 25 H. Atkinson. E. A. Macpherson, Kevitt, KIrkland ? 24 Mackay, Hardcastle, 'Wilute, Brtdnam . . 24 Warnock, Waller, Davis, Ockelford . . 19 Bloom, J. P. Atkinson, Moss, Let...
POWER OF GOLD CRIMINAL DEEDS RICH TREASURE LOST [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926
POWER OF GOLD CRIMINAL DEEDS RICH TREASURE LOST Linked up with the execution of P. J. Treffene and W. J. Coulter for the mur der of two police officers near Kalgoor lie is one of the most remarkable series of crimes in the mining history of Aus- | tralia. . [ The mixture of alluvial and reef gold i on the Coolgardie field was a strong J temptation, to those employed in. and I about the mines to secretly get away with, come of the metal. Even 6ome of the reefs were to rich that when the stone .was Broken the pieces were found to be strong together with gold. On the Coolgardie Bedemption - mine, for example, the stone was so rich that it was immediately removed from the pro perty to the strong-room of a bank. RESULT OF INVESTIGATION'. ! Mining managers employed every ; known device \o prevent stealing by j their employees, but there was a strong j suspicion that considerable quantities j failed to reach the owners. At the re- j quest of the Chamber of Mines, the Gov- j eriunent employ...
COUNTRY FIXTURES IPSWIGH A GRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926
COUNTRY FIXTURES }\ IPSWIGH ?':'''? ' . A GRADE. :? - C.T.M. r St. Paul's.— Won by C.T.M. by 27 '-' runs on first - Innings. C.T.M., first Innings, ~j .-.?361: St Paul's, first innings, 234 (F. Harris *5S, M. M'Dermott 55, JL Walker 34, W. Peel . ; J3, V. Denman 17, J. iStewart 16 not out). ^Bowling : H. Blddle four for 90, W. Paten : .three for 51. A. Murphy one. for 32. E. . 'Trauenfelder one for 44. C.Y.M.. second ta TiSOngs, two for 131 (E. Frauenfelder 72 not ^ ^cnt, H. Biddle 33. 3. M'£rien 12 not out). £?'?- 'Kt'IVOR CUP.' e Railway (A) v St. Paul's (B).— Won by f ^Railways on the first innings by 214 runs. St. V.r.Paul's. first innings, 73 (F. Trost 33 not Sjout, M. Hawkins 16. W. Johansen 11). Bow '??:-:Wng: 3. Butledge five for 6, K. Phillips four «, for 9. I*. Watson one for 39. Railway, first ? Innlnes. 287 -N. Woodford 82, H. Phillips r-0. '-'' A. -HiUess 49. A. Petit 29 not out. K. Phillips ;-'21).- Bowling: H. Peel four for 57, F. Trort 1 two for 44,-. 3. Clements one...
CLAYFIELD. RINK GAMES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926
\ CLAYFIELD. t KrNK GAMES. Best, Perkins, Shand, Strickland ? 24 Bodcn, Shaw, Hall, H. Brown ? 23 CummJngs, Pain, Lewis, Shortt ? 22 ; Matthews, Whyte, T. Brown, Duff ? .13 I Willis, Kudd, MTaickle, Carrau ? 27 ? Gazzard, Baldwin, Hancock, Holland .. 23 I ! Mllliken, Rose, Harper, MTntyre ? 23 , P. Ferguson, Phillips, Sobb, Dredge .... 19 ! Major, Besley, Thomas, Evans ........ 23 ! Silvester. Francis, Hollinsbed, Price .... 23 I I Dunning, Winshlp, Stewart, Martin .... 30 j Chapman, H'DonneU, Young, Felgate .. 26 i I Watts, Morsan, Ladewij;, Pelrce ? 24 j Webb. W. Ferguson, Withecombe, Brier ... 23 i Toohey, Mirls, TJhl. Hudson ? 2.' ?Myers. Osley. K. H. Hall. Corrie .. .. 20 I Hamilton, White, Spence, Howard, Watson, ? -Townsvi!le- ? 26 i Peterson, Kelly, Ferry, M'Cready, Prcs i ton ? , ? '. 19
BOOROODABIN. RINK GAMES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926
BOOEOODABIN. RINK GAMES. Dr. Tucker. Whitehouse, Reid, Bouchard 36 Cuffe, Stewart. Nock, Cowley . . . . 19 Pace, WptherelL Andrcvrartha, Ward 27 Brown. T. Jones, senr.. Bees, C. T. ? Jones ? 22 '? M'Park, Griffin. Dalg3i*h, Quaid .... 29 i Varker, Jt. T. Jones, Eden. A. Strachau 27 I Hose, JIi!es. Smith, Shaw ? 3(1 j | Trotter, Harte, Taylor, Grogan . . . . 24 I Graham. Walker, M'Xab, Cohen .. 26 '? i A. C. T. Jones, Bo«ncr, Ford. W. i StTachan ? 23 | The green will be open, nest Wednesday. !
GRACEVILLE. RINK GAMES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926
? GRACEVILLE. SINK GAMES. Barnes, Crozicr. Arnold. Clark ? 32 Cook, Ewart. M'Donald, Currey .. .. 31 Mackay, Lyon. Hedges, Hulle ? 35 Gasfcle, Hulseu, Elpbtnstone, 'Eng .. .. 18 Benuer, War*. Wasley, Groob (Aucheu flower) .. .v ? 38 BCorley, Jackson, Scott, Stephenson .... 37 Bolderv, W. M. Hall, Robinson, Steer.. 20 Foster,^ Grcer, Russell, Martin .... .. 10 Clouston, Dunstan. Alden, Raft* ? ~8 RoberlEon, Jack, Beere, O. Radclitfe .. 19 Wlialley, Horser, Johnston, Merritt .. .. 22 Dunsdon, Manners, Straughan, Letham . . 18 PAIRS GAME. Young— Webb .. .. ? 22 Niramo — Ealcs ? 33
EAST BRISBANE. PAIRS GAME. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926
EAST BRISBANE. PAIBS GAME. St'Goran — Gault ? .. ? 27 White— Leucban ? IS RIXE GAMES. Lang, Lewis, Swirling ? ... 2S Low, Forinan, Beard ? 19 Kemp, Ross, Rust, Arnold ? 2C Blair, Peell, M'LeaD, Oldmeadow ? 19 j Pownall. CanUam, MXellan, Rcis .. .. SJ Wilson, Watt, Goran, Blane ? 22 Guttornisen, Whittaker, Darraph, Douglas 42 Bunt, Jenkinson. Blocksidse, W. B. Hodg son ? .. -- 24 Cliarlton, Hodgson. EHwood. Becker .... 25 Clark. Johns. Tacey. Bowen .. ? 21 Richardson. Klaassen, Wricley. Allen . . 25 Carniody, Burton.. Symes, F. Robertson.. 20
SANDGATE. BINK GAMES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926
SANDGATE. RINK GAMES. Xewington, Mercer, Woods, Powell (Auchcn flowcr) ? 23 : Sheldrlck, Brett, Sexton, Harden .. .. IS Slzer, Brett, Mason. Lovelock ^ ^ .. .. 3S Matthews, Gibson, M'Dougall, Lewis, (Auchenflower) .. . . ? 18 Hartley. Hawkins, Dyer, De Vis .. .. 22 Dow, M'Pherson, Waren, DInsdale .. -- IS F. Salisbury. H. Salisbury, Haseter, V. Salisbury ? ? 22 ' Hammer, Waper, D. M'Grath, Decker .. 21 i Robinson, Byres, Ferguson, Craig .. .. 3C MUlar, Caxrlck, Hope-Jones, M'AUstcr .. 24 Smith, Badwin, M'Cartliy, Krummcl .... 27 Ewing, Clarke, Richards, Powley .. .. 18 Douglas, Stevenson, M'Ghle ? „ 24 Fraser, E. Smith, Silvester .. .. ~. .. 13
NEW FARM, RINK GAMES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926
I NEW FARM, RINK GAMES. .Winston, C. H. Jackson, Gilmour, Maekie }-an ? 28 Dolby, Wcstou, M'Intosn, Archibald . . 15 Borradaie, Phillips, Green, Marks .. .. 21 Hertzberg, Kent, Hardy, Beay .. .... .. 17 Gildea, Penrose. Shield, Hopkins ...... 22 Gray, Cowell, Graham, Briggs ........ 18 Myers, Diron, Vaughan, Fuller ? 25 Sanderson, Greenougb, Bott, Mordant .. 20 Weiske, Frankel, Beady, Henry ? 20 Christensen, Bobertson, Gibbins, Kelly .. 10 Hawkins, Rocmermann, Harris, Moore .. 3T Ayres, Arnold, Bradfield, Gould ....... 17 Scott-Mullin, Fooks, W. Greenfield, Grant, Atnerton ? 22 Griffiths, Byan, Marr, Tootill, Parker .. 18 NUNOAH. RISK GAMES. Ferguson, Tucker, Jorgensen, Bcgg, John ston ? 22 Corbett, J- White, Thomaon, Wliln(-up, Vesperman ? .. 10 Stupart, R. J. Brown. Maiey, E. A. Jones 20 E. ('Pa') Taylor, Keir, Glorer, Richards 19 H. C. Woods, Rae, Kubler, Barltrop . . 24 Wiseman, Garsden, P. Shaw, Murray .« 15 Wirth, sen., Wirlh. juur. Bright, Smith 28 Morrison, Lind, Graham, Ged...
RESTRICTED YACHTS [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926
V; RESTRICTED YACHTS .. :The restricted class held a cruising raice to King Island, the start being effected at -the Hamilton. The follow ing were the handicaps: — Maroonaba XW. Ycowart). scratch; iKss Ajax (A. Gibsou), ouiiu; Caress I. (D. Mactag gart), Smin; Marian (Dr. Croll), Smin); Lakatoi II. (H. N. Gale), Umin; i^atona (B. Hart), llniin; Miss Bris bane (V. Campbell);, 14min; Caress IL (L. Watts), 20min. The start was a. scratch one, with an adjustment of fcimdicaps at the finish. Caress II. securod the best of the -Start, whilst Miss Vt.isbane and Caress ~1.. missed the liags by seven minutes. .At Boggy Creek buoy Caress II. still -?held the lead passing this mark at rJ3XS2.0. Marian 3.40.0, Maroomha 3.41.0, ;ati£S Ajai: 3.45.0, Miss Brisbane 3.47.30, ^Caress I. 3.51.30. The leader continued to forge ahead, and at the fairwav aiark held a 12-minnte lead. The times 4t this beacon were: Caress 3T. 4.30.30. Misp Brisbane 4.42.42, Marian 4.4950, Maroomba 4.43.40, Miss A.isx 4.44....
THE EIGHTEENS [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926
|^js-«-THE ? EIGHTEENS: The eighteens' race resulted in an other win for Vakaa, her third victory of the season. Five boats faced the starter off the following handicaps: — [viana (J. Mindham), 35ruin on; Valena (F. Christensen), Siniin; Vagabond (H. Whimp), 2*min; D.V.B. (V. Callag tan), limin; Marjorie (S. Springfield) scratch. DiV.B. and Marjorie both missed iheir starts by half a minute. Marjorie gained 30 seconds on D.V.B. to Cairn cross, whilst the remainder closed on DORA finished first of the Juniors on Saturday. the .leader. Iviana. In the close haul j Vagabond led opposite Borthwick % \ 'Whilst Iviana half-filled, dropping back. In the strong breeze Valena led along Parker from Vagabond, with D.V.B. and Marjorie close up. D.V.B. was sailing wjell, moving into second posi tion at Dougboy. Approaching Piukenba Iviaua and Vagabond retired, whilst Marjorie cap sized. This left the race to ttvo boats, the rounding times being: D.V.B. 4.22.30, Valena 4.22.40. D.V.B. lost a minut...
Men Enjoy Freshening North-East Breeze SKIFFS BRILLIANT OFF WIND Fine Performance by Victor Eighteens Suffer Mishaps [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926
Sailing Men Enjoy Freshening North-East Breeze m ISKIFFS BRILUANT OFF WIND ir 'r* ' ? ? * ? K Fine Performance by Victor m Eighteens Suffer Mishaps RESTRICTED YACHTS ... -. .. MISS AJAX (A. E. Gibson). EIGHTEENS ? ' .-. ... VALENA (F. Christenson). TWENTY-TWOS .... ? EVELYN (J. M'Cleer). BRISBANE SKIFFS .. .. .. ... VICTOR (V. Lucas). SOUTH BRISBANE SKIFFS ., .. NJJ. (J- Jones). WYNNUM AND MANLY RATERS VIOLET (F. Crouch). SANDGATE RATERS ? DANCER (J. Groth). OXLEY CLUB .'. ? SPITFIRE (B. Gates). 4 HAMILTON UNRESTfilCTED „. LANCE (G. Letterborrow). BRISBANE JUNIORS .. .. .- .. BORA (J. Stevens). AUXILIARIES -. .'? ... ... ?? ... VIKING (E. Wilson). Delightful conditions were. provided tyj the freshening breeze on the flood tide for the sailing races, 'but there was very little -windward -work in the bottom reaches on the Hamilton— Boggy Creek . ionise. . '. ... At the start of the. races the breezo came from the north-east with a tend' ency to very a little to the north, s-» much so ...