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TRAM AND LORRY BREAKFAST CREEK COLLISION [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 31 October 1926

TRAM AND LORRY ———<>——— BREAKFAST CREEK COLLISION A city-bound tram car collided with a motor lorry in Breakfast Creek-road, Breakfast Creek, on Saturday afternoon. The driver of the tram was thrown on to the roadway, and his right knee in- jured, but after receiving treatment at the General Hospital he was allowed to go to his home.   The motor lorry was driven by Arthur Vaubell, of Arthur-street, Teneriffe, and was going from Wallace-street into Breakfast Creek road when the tram car struck the rear off side. The ambulance attended James Mar- tin of Brisbane-street, Ipswich-road, the driver of the tram, and took him to the General Hospital. The front of the tram car was damaged, but the lorry was un- damaged, and the driver escaped injury.

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

SAFE BLOWN BOOVAL STATION Burglars during Friday night entered the office of the Booval railway station by forcing the ticket window. The safe was blown open with ex- plosives, but only a small sum of money was taken. NUNDAH BOWLING CLUB CELEBRATING THE FIRST ANNIVERSARY OF ITS BIRTHDAY ON SATURDAY.

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

CHEAP. PREPAID RATESi — 16 word* {not exceeding 3 lines), 9d per insertion; each additional 6 -words Za\ Limit, 54 words {not exceeding 9 lines). |, Professional Engagements l~i TjnrWA&D FEOST. late Chief Railway si S-i Auditor. Registered Tax Agent. Audit fe. .itiz Accounts, etc.. Ffcrk-road. . MUum. E? Ttnbne'Toowong 318. . % — i Situations Vacant | » — AWAITING Engagements, «U classes A Tellable domestic workers, hotel*, cafes, ?tationc. farms, Eowe'a, 243 Cieor«8-street. Bine 2990. ? ? ? ^APFKEMICES and Improvers wanted for -fV. men s and 303 s' c',o!»il»g. Wclionc F Closing Ltd.. Ann-st.. --pp. Fish Laundry A Tl once, Trouser Machinists, permanent : J\. work, highest wages. Thomas Hall. ? s. 'SKir inaerley-Miad, Suutli Brisbane ? . _ i Vj» ^-once, wanted a good Stocls Cutter. Hodge k^ l S9l and Co Ltd., ClotWns Manufacturers. H^ fflfr. Stanley street, neat Vulture-street see ^%0T wanted Immediately. App'y Moore jt$ BrrB., -9nefn-streot. oi'P- ? 3O0? granted, just leavin...

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

Domestic Notices.     BIRTH.             GARDNER.—The wife of Robert Gardner, New     Farm, a son (Colin Adams), October 28.                   DEATH.       GARDNER.— Colin Adams, the son of Robert      Gardner, New Farm, October 29.                           ROLL OF HONOUR.     ADAM.—In loving memory of our dear son   and brother, Sergeant V. D. Adam, killed       in action at Gallipoli, October 31, 1915.     "A beautiful...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
PALMS Importance of Correct Watering IMPORTANCE OF CORRECT WATERING. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926

PALMS Importance of Correct Watering IMPORTANCE OF CORRECT WATERING. If one considers the popularity of palms as decorative - plants for adding a special charm to the furnishing of either bush-house, or rooms, it is sur prising that so much doubt exists re garding their cultural requirements. With a fair knowledge of their require ments, ajid the exercise of a little judi cious care, the majority «f palms may be kept in a, perfect, state. (,f health for many years. Failures occur, but in many instam-ps these are entirely due to neglect of some minor detail which, nevertheless, is of the utmost import ance. The principal cause of failure is that insujficient attention is given to water ing. Palms require a. reasonable amount of water when growing freely, but do not like stagnant moisture, and, be fore the pots are placed in bowls, the surplus water should be allowed to drain, away. Another cause of failure is dust. The leaves of a plant may be likened to the lungs of a human being, a...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
TO-DAY'S BROADCASTING GENERAL PROGRAMME. BRISBANE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926

TO-DAY»S BROADCASTING GENERAL PROGRAMME. BRISBANE. Station. Wave Length. Timo. 4QG 385 11—12.30, 3—5 7—10. SYDNEY. 2FC 442 0.30—10. 2BL 353 6.30— 10.30 MELBOURNE. 3LO :;,11 C— 7.25. 8—11 SAP 4S4 P.15— 7.] 5. S— 20 ADELAIDE. t oCL 395 8.30— 10.5 J | HOBART. 7ZL 417 8—10 WESTERN AUSTRALIA. oWF 1250 10—12

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
Dressing Lawns [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926

Dressing Lawns The grass during the summer months suffers considerably owing to the hard Foil becoming drvf and the sun drawing the moisture from the surface of the ground covering the roots of the grass. It is necessarv to dreso lawns in the early summer if you would have them withstand the excessive heat of Janu ary and February. A compost suitable for practically all grass lawns ean be made as follows: — Soil of a loainv na ture mixed with well rotted manure, potash, and superphosphates, and a small quantity of sand, the proportions being two barrowfuls of loam, one of manure, one. pound of potash, one and a half pounds of superphosphate, and half ;i barrow of -and. Thoroughly mix by passing the lot through a sieve. If your grass has become brown and faded. r;ike up well and sweep up with a hard broom. Dress the.m with a sprinkling of the compost mentioned a-bovn, and ruli it well into ihc roots with tin; back of a rake. The roots will soon lake possession of the new *«il and bec...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
BRISBANE SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926

BRISBANE SESSIONS. Morning. — All Saints' Church of Eng land sei'v.ee. Afternoon. — Excelsior Band concert in Botanic Gardens. Evening. — AH Saints' service, fol lowed by the recital of the Municipal Concert Pr-id. ?

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
ARTISTIC GARDENING Comprehensive Definition [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926

ARTISTIC GARDENING Comprehensive Definition Artistic gardening is one of those pur suits of studied freedom where observa tion counts for more than knowledge. The aspect which we consider the pri mary one in a garden is the appeal to the senses of rest and delight amidst beauty. 'Whatever the plan of a garden may be, there is no doubt that it will It is not strauge that a garden should be held by all the nations to be in accord with the teuderest instincts of mankind 'It is the purest of human pleasures.' As one poet sings: 'The kiss of the sun for pardon. The song of the birds for mirth, We a.re nearer God's heart in a garden Than anywhere else on earth.' 'A thing of beauty is a, joy forever-' says Keats. Yet this is the aspiration which we know that nothing earth-born «-aji attain. JEven in the garden, where we are nearer God's heart than any where else on earth, it is only by glints and gleams that we see it. What sp-rings of the earth is earthy and dies with the earth; beauty as...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
SANDY GALLOP MIXED FOURSOMES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926

SANDY GALLOP MIXED rOT/ESOMES. Only * moderate entry participated in tlie mixed foursomes competition at the Sandy G«Hop links on Saturday. Low scores trern difficult to secure, but flay was, nevertheless, productive of keen rivalrv. Details: — Miss E. M'Gill — E. P. Kellehor ? 95 23 72 Mrs. I/. Foote — B. Stevens 9i) 2C 73 Mrs. K. M'Gill— W. J. ?Wood ? 93 10 74 Mrs. D. E. Trumpy — H. SoVrawn ? 97 2a 7* Mrs. R. nunter — A. Cribb 111) '-'rf 8-J Mrr. G. J. Sounders — K. Footo ? 9S IS Sn In the final of play for the trophies pre sented by Mr. A. Cribb and the late l-r. A. Morrison. J. Brown defeated W. Let tico l)r 3 up and 2 to j»!ny.

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
PROPAGATION Hints on Various Methods [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926

PROPAGATION Hints on Various Methods Plants may lie raised in the follow ing ways: By cuttings. Icnf cuttings, root cut tings, seeds, layering, suckers, runner?, offsets, division of root clock and bul bils- CUTTINGS. Many plants may be raised from cut tings of the stems or shoots. (Soft wooded or herbaceous cuttings having leaves are in myny cases used, the shoots being in a half .ripened con dition. Such cuttings, according to the nature of the plant, are usually in serted in sandy or gritty soil, and most of the leaves are taken off to check evaporation of moisture. Some leaves arfl, however, retained, so that a certain amount of as^imils/.ion may be ea.rried on- and a 'callus' induced to develop over Mie base of the cutting. Once it calius is formed from the coagulated sap, roots are soon emitted, and the cut ting then becomes an established plant. As 3 rule stem cuttings arc cut im mediately below a joint. LEAF-CUTTINGS. Plants fijcJi as begonias, gloxinias, acliimenos, etc., m...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
PHENOMENAL SCORE MIXED FOURSOMES RECORD. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926

PHENOMENAL SCORE MIXED FOURSOMES EECORD. MELBOCRNE. Saturday. — At the Com monwealth links to-day X. S. Kodges, a member of the Riversdale and Common., ealth clnbs. and the Woodlands champion. Miss Vera Burffesa. played phenomenal golf in a mixed fouraomfl. Their gross score was ' 70. -«vith » handicap ct 11, ' which pave a net score of 68 — a foursomes record for the course. Xearly 300 players took part in the noised i foursomes. Hr. RodjerB and Miss Burgess' ' record was almost equalled, for 3. K. SToroney and Miss A. C. E. Jones, off the 24 nark, ratnrned net Cf-.

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
Straletzias [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926

Straletzias _ — .+. — Stralefzias is an ornamental clase of plant that is easily gro-.vn in Queens land. The flowers are very beautiful, and arenot unlike a giant orchid. The colours are blue and golden. They arc commonly called the '^ird of Paradise Flower' or ''Bird's Tongue Flower.' There arc two distinct- varieties, S. E^gina and P. niganiiu, ivhirh, although differ ing a little in foliage, are practically the s-atne in flower. .s. Gigautiu has a reed -like foliage, and is very useful in a shady border. Both varieties like a sheltered position, from the prevailing Minds.

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
IN MY GARDEN AUTUMN FLOWERS How to Cultivate Them Successfully [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926

W MY GADDFN -^w*^ *fe ^ ACACli^ijlll»P«S. ^ AUTUMN FLOWERS How to Cultivate Them Successfully Chrysanthemums planted now, and watered to get a. fair start, require little treatment- until they are about nine inches higli, when they siiouM be topped, the leader taken out, and cut about half way back; some grnwovs take a low point, others about half way. A I'lnnt would grow, say, -»n-» fo^i. t ln-n bin), and you could get a flower in November, but generally that: bud perishes. After cutting back, three or four leaders should be taken. These grow, and after a time produce a flower bud on the top of each. This should be or down at- any time t.n protect them from rain and dew. For successful cultivation have a. narrow sheltered bed with light loam soil, fibrous in 1e\inre and moderately manured. This should lie well rammed or rolled, riant out, at the tini-.' stated, aud treat thf plant as described. Tli-? dahlia is a. plant, that is sup posed tr. want a good deal of niauure, and a lot- ...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
Carnations [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926

Carnations For nutuiiiii flowering, carnation pl.-mis fbould be planted oat during 1b«v months «f August and September and those required for spring flowariiiij in tlio uiontlis of April and May; so that tlioy 111:1 y beconift -well cstablislit-tl bofore tlio really --o1d weather conn.1.-1. It is inadviwilile to pl.'int out latrr than the early jiart of October, as the heat is too severe at the time they should be w.-ikuig growth. When planting; press lhr- soil firmly around the root*, and rover from the j;uii during 1Ue lioti'-st part, of the day. Aft«T a few day?, if the )»lnjits are not showing any signs of wilting, the covers may be takrii away. After planting, water thoroughly, and do not again water for a couple of day? unless ih-j soil is dry. If is generally a couple of weeks before -?ic plants show any sign of moving. To produce strong healthy plants that will give pjenly of flowers in season pinch out the crnt.'es. Liquid manure is only necessary dur ing the flowering stag...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
Caladiums [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926

Caladiums — ♦ — ? Of the Caladiums the variety Argy ritas is quite the prettiest of summer edging- plants for the bush ajid glass house, and should be grown \iy every one. Old tubers may be divided into as many portions as there arc eyes. These should be laid in a mixture of silver sand and powdered charcoal for a -day or so, and then, inserted one. men . deep, singly, in we centre 01 a small pot. Use for eoil a mixture .of fibre and sand, and. put into some warm position in a glass house or starting box until they have started -well into growth. Pot with 3 -inch pote when leaves are forming freely, and grow on ia a moist heat till fit for use for\ de- corative purposes. plenty of water is required during summer. less in autumn, until, by' gradually 'withholding, it is entirely, dispensed with, and the plants are laid away to rest till next starting time. MAINE SUNSHINE, A.M.. R JI.S.-Thr best yellow variety in rxistvncr.

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926

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Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
EARTH SPASM MANAGUA SHAKEN [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926

EiJRm SPASM ^?'88&i&3ti8&&- ^iAk£N L-^f^VSpiAhlAS CABLE SEKnCE.) JSANAGVA (Nicaragua), Satur day.— Severe! persons Tiayc been tilled, and heavy property damage was taused on Fridav by the worst earthquake since 1898, the tremors of vhich were general throughout Nicaragua. (Manaeua. U the cnpital of Nicaragua, and lies in a fertile district on die south-' shorp of Lake Managua . 53 miles by rail S.E of itfon. The poiiulatiou is 10.000. J

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926

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Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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GAMBLING RAID ?FAN-TAN PLAY PROPRIETOR FINED £50 [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926

GAMBLING RAID — ♦ — FAN-TAN PLAY PROPRIETOR FINED £50 DABWES', Saturday.— Police raided a 'faii-tan' shop last night and surprised about 30 meii. Iu the Police Court Jus morning Chin Sic, a CLiLese, the keeper of the premises, was fined £50 and several other Chinese, charged with being on the premises, were fired £2, with 10a costs. ' The prosecution :s tbe jirst for mary years, though Darwin's gfan-blin;? dens, are notorious ? and patros ised by all classes of the community. _

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