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THROUGH THE AIR MR. BRUCE'S GREETING ENGLAND—MELBOURNE [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926

THROUGH THE AIR MR. BRUCE'S GREETING; ENGLAND— MELBOURNE j 'From thk great -wireless station, which communicated v.-ith every part ] of the Empire, near or far, I send i to the peop.e of Australia greeting j and the most sincere wishes for I their happiness and prosperity.' j The above message, broadcast ; from thfi Rugby wireless station by j the Prime Minister of Australia j (Mr. £. M. Bruce), was received iu \ Melbourne at 1.10 this mornin . Mr. Bruce, in company with other dele gates to the Imperial Conference in London' visited the wonderful Rugby wireless station on Saturday after noon, Mid the message was broad cast at 3.10 p.m.. English time. The Director of Posts and Tele graphs (Mr. H. P. Brown) com municated the nbove information to 'The Daily Mail' early thiR morn irjp- by telephone from Melbourne.

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

THE TIDES TODAY. a.m. it in ?p.m. ft :n Hish ivafcr .. K-.35 C 3 10.34 4 0 : Low \vat«r ..4.1 0 '1 4.52 0 3 j TO-MORROW. ! High ivoter .. 11.10 G 3 11.10 4 6 Low wafer . . 4.30 0 :j 5.34 1 1 For hi^h wnter a. Pinkenb.i add 22min to time or. bar; Dry Poclc. odd -JHm:n: In ?v,^ro:;.-.-;v add lhr 23min. Add another half-hour to a ter am low at the places mentioned above THE SUN. Snn rises 4.54 a.m.. sets 6.9 p.m. THE MOOS. First quarter. November 13, P. 3 a.m.: fall moon, Novcmhrr 2^, 2.21.1 a.m. ?

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

SHIPPING AEEIVAL, NOVEMBER 6. ATtT MAjETJ, bl)2:5 tons. irom Jar*n. Bums, Philp, and Co., Ltd.. agents. ] DEPASTURES, KOTEMBEB 6. TIKAKA, 791 tons, for Maryborough and Buudaberg. ilacdonald, Hamilton, and Co., agents. UHBOKOS, 43G1 tons, for Cairns, via portF. Howard Smith Lid., agents. AKI MAEU, 0023 tons, for Sydner and ilelbourne. Burns, Pliilp, snd Co,. Ltd., ajen's. '

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

^ — - ? . ? , ? . ? St-I- W£i-E: IN AUSTRALIA Empire premiers and other politicians who contemplated visits to Signer JKucsolini arc sow somewhat diffi dent about fulfilling the invitations bat Mr. Bruce says he does not mind taking & 'sporting risk.' Signor Mussolini habitually has voni a mailed shirt since the first of the attempts on his life.— Cable items. Sir Joseph Cook*. 'If you must take a iisk, Mr. Bruce, at least protect yourself with this and boost Australian products at the same time.'

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

THE 1VIA1LS JSJ^ils will close at the General l'ost Office, Brisbane, tor the following places: — New South Wales, Victoria, SonMi Aas tralta, aud Tasmania, daily, except Sunday, 7..*- a.m. Western Australia, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and SaUirda v.s. 7.5 a.m. r»r Western Districts, Tuesdays and Fri days, 1 p.m. Par Northern Mails, Eockliampton and Mackay. Mondays, Wednesdays, and l-'ridays, noon; parcels, 10.15 a.m.; ? supplementary. Friday. 7 p.m. Winton and Knghenden foverland), Mon days *nd Thursdays. 7 p.m. Central District!, St. lAwrence, Saxisut, and Mackay. daily, except Sunday. 1 p.m. United Kingdom and Europe, per Mon golia, packets and nevspapers, 6.3 a.m.; letters. 7.5 a.m., Xovember 3. Egypt, India, Ceylon, and Singapore, per Mongolia. 7.5 a.m.. Xovembcr 8. America. North and South, per Sierra, packets, C.3 a.m.; letters, 7.5 a.m., Novem ber 8. Fiji, Samoa, and Honolulu, per Sierra, 7.5 a.m.. Xovember S. United Kingdom and Europe, supplemen tary, jer Mongolia, money orders n...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
BOWLING MATCHES The Pennants Commenced All Greens Fully Occupied [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926

BOWLING MATCHES The Pennants Commenced I; All Greens Fully Occupied . .*:!-.? ' _- -- Bovrlers in the metropolis found plenty to interest themselves on ;;.,- . Saturday. The pennant: competitions, both A and B grades, were com * fie-. ' ? menced under favourable conditions; the greens being in fair playing or der, and the weather cool ana fine. Not; all the interest was confined to the pennant*, for no fewer than three clubs engaged in home and home matches, while -m every sward friendly rolls-up took place. -,.--.. ; . A PENNANT V :; BALMORAL v NEW FARM I. zi ? AT BAl-MOBAL. ' ' B. N* . * v'' #*l_ier, A. V. M'PnersoD, Smith. Mrfc- - ???-.Uad- .-= ? --? -* ?-.- ? J* — XeaC PhiOJps. JJromj, Gdifld .... -^'30 Morrison, White, Bradnam, E. M. Gib son ? .' ? IS — Uertzberg, Greenfield, Bo.eraentiann, Moore .. ? .. ti-'-.i :. -^- 27 ,..-? .. , Totals .»» .. ..... .. ? .. S2 57 ;; : AT JS&X TAB1U B. X.F. -?'-?: ;fiy*n,£hana. Bennett, Cfanley .-.?.-. -.17 — -* Borradale, HawMiis,. G...

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

FISHING NOTES (By 'Treva'ily.' H!gh -va;er nr ?1— Hj:l:Lh-jn^.% fur jh:- week | ending Novtmbi-r 1^: - 1 a.m. ft. in. 11.111. ('?? in- i Sunday ? 1 «.'?'- « :i 1«.::« 4 i' i Mund;-y .. -. 11.10 -i 3 11.10 4 « ; Tuesdi-'y .. .- li-'O t) :; 11.S2 4 .4 Wednesdav ? -'.;M ') S Tliiii-sday .. -- -'.ll -1 -' J-'' : - Kr!.l;iy ? 1.1) I « 2.21 B I , .Saturday .. .. ^-?-o :: ?- '????-- '? ' \ AMATEUR ASSOCIATION T.hi- usu:il iDoutliiy commit lei1 weeding w.-is hold on Woduosdav. Arraiigoiiuiils ] .-ire well in hand for the celebration _ of | the snnivei-ssiry of tho .'. J-ousj]:i.s Ogii-by j H«us»: «» tin- 2Sth instant. The t-lub I !i:;s hi J fly nuiiii1 :i«Mitions in the shape :»f a s-]ia«-ious vfiMinln, Mini urojN'SfS in the ii«:r future ti) udd siiioilier of a simi iar kind. Nest WV'lsicsday nifilit, .'it S o'clock, .1 lecture is to be given in the clubroom by j Mr. K. V. istovfiis. enticl--il 'I.ifc a»id Behavior.r.' a subject of psychology. | Tlie club extends a coxlL-il invitation tn I ...

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

HOMING PIGEON! NEWS AND NOTES (Ey 'R?n».'-) Members of tlie CJ.II.S. hssVetc-l a Isirtc nuin- - bcr -'f birds ta compete in the Miriamvalc rate . on Saturday i Members of tlie Q.r..P.A. despatciied 90 nd.1 i birds ta comijpte in the Cha-levi!Ic rice (1-5 \ mile?) oa .Salurday. HOMING SENSE. Pc-:t:f- iin-csti^allor.s by a v^'T of Trench- : m--n of the directional rens.- of pigeons has (Hceordir.c to Die 'Itaily News') thruwn some : liplit on ihe t-roMem of how the lioniiag pigeon ; finds its war homo. I Tlit scientists airanded tests 1o aiscorfr if - the l-in;s rvcolved or gave out vibrations '? amloisius to the H».i ;z'a:i wave-, or whether : Ihey liaJ a;:y 'magii«t-c sense' wh'cli wou'.d rnab?c tbeiu to riL-er liomewar'i.-, usins 'he \ eartli as a bind of compassi. They were a so ; Fubjectc-d to iosJs to show -whether the ruta- , tion of the earili had »ny ff7ec:. j One curious fact shed some licht on the ; mystery, it v.as aisooverea mat me i-resi'jn:-' of a U!gh-ijo\vt-r electric...

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

CLUB PLAY AUCHEHFLOWER. RINK GAMES. Pbiel.5. ruroell. KtHi-Wand. Trerethan .. vS Bodily. Parker. S. G. I-!c«'. Jioorc .... 0 nimraifr. Molim-aiiT. «. L. Dick. Earle . SS Varrei). H»tn. Wl'lv-niilio. Southeru .. '(J :-rUar«-. .7. T-. Tji-Ii. Hall. Cranl-^r .. .. 21 $'jn-'n. S:bha!-3, 'M'tt'.s. loots ? ifl Wivudii-iiiw-. W.-!isn!n(.M'ii. T.^iii-li. (JaJbralth :jh Iiowr.. S.-.iirh. lU-)-er;s. R-i»'dclI ? 11 BAtMORAL. SfMILES Thonc' .'.* .'.' .'.' .'.' -? -' ? -*.' '- 2-1 Or.DlNAEY GAME.-?. M.iikar. tlaiiiit. Harrison. Cliambw* ?? 31 H. V. M'J'h'.-rsan. Sodea. i. V. Atkinson. Clark ? 31 EOOROOOAB1N. { niXK GAMES. 1 Vitir. Muer. JfTari. P»j;iit ? ^ ?;. T.ijior. B'jurne. Fmzcr, V\?IKer .... 15 A. A. Smith. Harte .. ,. * ? *-fi W. Ta-lor, Kelk ? 2S CLAYFIELD. SINK GAMES. Perliins. Blaclibnrnc, Hamilton. SIIt ester . SI Mil. Caranaeh. Sliacd. S. H. Hall ...... is %des. W. Ferguson. Lennon. Strirtland . 24 MyerB, W. Wilt*, Burrcll, Wood ,. .. 17 Conroj, ^errv. M'Donnell ? '3 BoiainslDO, Mlrl...

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

COUNTRY CLUBS IPSWICH, RI.VK GAMK. Sheriffs, Rolev, W«lk«r Broughton . . . . -?- C. Wlison, Richej'. Browo ? 2o PAIRS GA,ME. Hyalop, Hcenke ? $'?- Morgan, H. S. Cribb ? -'3 T00WQ0M8A. Toowoomba, Saturday :-^-Following are 'lir rceiilts of play on the Toawoomba BowliaS Club'e green this afternoa: — «wln, Chlsholm. Buchanan, H. T. Hatton :?: Murphy, MolUson, Mott. Cotsart ? '1 Alien. Brodie, Borton. Hale ? -'9 Hodgson, MKinney, Donald. B. J. Beirnc 27 BraKier. Meares, Dines, Qofcsen ? ?'?'- Qatton, ttnr., FrefJsritks, Cornell. Monis 20 Langmead, Quitrn. Jones, Padget ? '-~ Blair. A. MoJHs»n, Hooper. P. C. Burne -- 14 leases, Fenncr, Carrel, r. Moore .. .. 2!' ?Barlow, Borden. Sops. A. Gavdon .. .. 17 WEST T00W00MBA. Bolt. Tsates, Waison, Frjar ? --- Mugford, Rosenstengel. Tw«dd4ll, Kain .. ^'* Rajan, Zei;i-r. PhlllJps. Garry ? «1 Millar, Duffll. Baker, Webb ? 2i Rennle. Bertvlstle, Barclay, Davis .. ... '?-?- Simmons, Barnes, Seele.v, Guudry , . . . 23 M'Lean, Parrott. Nuss, F. Stuart...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
[?] AMERICA? ECONOMIC CHANGES THE NEW CAPITALISM [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926

[?] ECONOMIC CHANGES 'SP^I CAPITALISM ; * frotcesor Tliomas Nixon Carver, wLo £«ccupifs the chair of political economy, ; 'in Harvard University, has published * book entitled 'The Present Economic -_JfeYol_Lit-n in United States.' a re view of =-U»e- lleSnmc jg printed in -''The ? , 2sew Statema^,' and may be of in-' - f£ *fere«t ^fair' Australian's who are con *. «ttrned with questions of labour an-] jmpital. it is as fololws:— - ^f'This is an interesting book, and not tRe least interesting part of it is t'.io ~' attitude pf its autW. For Professor -Carver --Tvrites of the' economic ?jvsu-ui Pf the United- Stares,. Avith all* the fc, teligious enthusiasm of a Pilgrim leather, and .adds, thereto the political fervour of an American patriot eele teating; Independence Dav. ' tn this -j^rden -*f erasing, fc lovely, in the eyes Of God and man. With- 'eyes of pity, /Profeesor .Cttncr_t surveys poor Europe, * ?with her grinding . poverty and her in effective political arid Social revolu ...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
B PENNANT AUCHENFLOWER V BALMORAL. AT AUCHENFLOWER. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926

B PENNANT AUCaENTLOWEB V BAZAfOBAX. AT AU-CHEN1-LOWEK. A. B. Vi'it.or.Hog^. Ko.-«', Scott, Siemon 27 — .WaruocV. (iaskcll.. Morrison. Hair - — 1$ Dov.-^on. Alexander. K,ingi-r. Stanlev 34 — Baird, M'ri~ht. Kitchen, Coles . — r 2:5 Totals ? ,..-.. . . 61 -12 AT BALHOR.il. Renner. Ward. ''.Vasiey. Orooni . . 2--- — H. Atkinson, Weir, Moss. Letts .- — 1- Mark?, Jlae. Gallagher, Kobbins . 27 — B2ook. Waller.' Campbell. Bail . . ' — 'J2 Totals ? 52 :ii) Grand totals ? .. 113 SI B00EO0PABIK v SOUTH BEISBANt. AT BOOROOHAB1X. | B. S.B. *-iia-.v. Grlfiin. ftiarejv M'Gralli .. .21 — Tiiomson, ?E-mJ?r?, Chapman, S»-a» — Si P.'T. Jonep. II. T. Joaes. n.ilsafl-. ? B«sru|i ? 33 _ Backer. I^rconibe. Bcrcsford. lla--- mijlan ? _ u Tot.ils .. . ? 5C 45 AT SOUTH BniSBAXE. B. S.U. t.io?.-i;i. P-ckyn, Teowart, I'aulb ner ? IS — Ssewan, We-;. H«ndcr.-nn. I'adgrt — 31 ?Parfcpr. V-lfo. Huntor. Straclisn . 20 — FJcrkmnn. C-ooper. Benson, Craig io — 21 . Trials ..-.I., i ? .^ ss Crz^d i.vaU .. .... .'. ?? 1...

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

A BIG 'IF' ,;! Fn 1925 the United Kingdom fonium&i t'i: 14^53,000 proof gallons of spirits, coin l-vpared with 35.831,000 in 1913. and ?:? 22,000,000jr barrels of Meer. against .?^,000,000' barrels 12 year* before. See injf th-i; the population %^ 1925 was considerably larger, thau in 19J3, the reduction is tremendous.^ ' Those who drink, or, at all events, taose who drink much, are the fools of ^e piece. -In 1$1£ they .contributed ^£38,^00,000 to the JKational Excheqifcy, but in 1025 they paid -over £r3-,000,000. What would the British ingeme tax have to be if all tbose who'7 drink suddenly iBrneft teetotal? j^,. .. ' Change your opinions once in. a while if you would improve them. /? i

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
HOME AND HOME CLAYFIELD v YERONGA. AT CLAYFIELD [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926

HOME AND HOME CLAYFIEUO v YERONGA. ^ at n.ivriET.n. C. Y. Running, Tooliey, Whyte, Corrie .. ti — . Tucker. Mcllor, H. Brown (sub.), ; Pound ? — 2* , Baldwin. Peirce Tounif, Brier .. .. 29 — ; Webb, Burley, Manahan, Xewnan .. — 16 ' Totals ? 56 48 j ? AT TEEOXGA. j c. y. I.adi-wis, M'Cready. Chapman, Preston 27 — ? Rhndes, Kaye, Chrisiensen, Jamieson — 2C r.»-it. Vinship, Hovard. Wellst«ad .. 22 — Caslininre, E. L. Paine, R Mercer, Thcrosson ? .. — 34! Totals .. .. .. .. .. -- ,. 49 54; Grand totals .. -. .. .. ». 105 I')-' ' IPSWICH v CRACEYILLE. AT IPSWICH. t fl. ST'Pnnald, Bishop, Parkineon, Huni Viiries ? 25 — I/yon. Reeve. Goertz, Ximnio ...... — 27; Sbii-.'.nir, Sliaw. Loncrsan. M'l^an . . 2« — : UiiEScl!, M' Arthur, Young, Mcrrlu .. — 22 , Totals ? 49 -t» ' AT GHACEVILLE. I. G. rikes. Wilkinson, E. Wa:?on. Cijmmin,-;n K — Goatling, .Tarisson. Scott, StephenBon — 2U Dalton. Harpor. T). Watson. Reason 25 — ' Ald.cn.' O. Itadeliffe, Fox, Bales .... — 20 Totals ? 42 40 ? -rrsnd i...

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

IPSWICH BOGEY KAMDICAP GU?. it was but to bo expected that more than th- ;.sual .Etereat should be aroused in the bom uXM' ' p;2vcd on th* Ipsttr!ch !lnLs on s« uraai. for the event carried with It the hand some cup presented by Mr. Eric M. Scott. The entry of members was entirely cratlfyinc. and success in ensuing rounds appears to be assured. Cards mere, returned by: ? ?T. Taylor (7), square. V. Sands (12), square. H. V. Gibbs (18), 1 down. K. S M Gill (S), 2 down. Vi. J. Jackes (8), 3 down. J. C. Lonle (13), 3 down T. Lungstone (23). 4 down. V. L. MLean (11), 4 down. A. II. Whitehead (18), 4 do. T. Sharp (22). 4 down. E. D. Stewart (15;, 5 down G. CUI (21), 5 down. JI. G. Hargreaves (8). 6 dov.--. F. B. Wallace (1C), 6 down. A. E. Whitehead (15), 8 dnv.i. H. G. Simiiscn (23), 9 down. E. M. Scott (S). 10 down. T. H. Parker (17), 11 down. F. E. Hancock (19), 11 down.

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

HAMILTON GRANT'S DUAL WIN. T4ie second round of the 30-lioles competi tion for tiie capuain's trophy and the final of the monthly ise.-3al and hocey were played at Hamilton ou Saturday under favourable weather conditions, and with the jrfr.ying area ih fine rhape. One nt ihe club's j-ouneer players — Ian Gram — who finished the first round one Ktrokc behind the veteran, J. Love, outdis tanced the field in tlie final round, and secured both trophies by a substantial margin. Hu played all shots witii equal facility, and his net total was eleven strokes below ths course bogey. The first nine .were holed, in 40 (a. 5, 3 CF 5, 5, 5. 3, 3). lie cut a stroke off bogey at the 430 yards tenth, and a clever 2 at the- twelfth further improved his position. J. -'. Fitzscrald played consistently for an other 75, and W. 3. O'Sullivan went one bet ter, cutting three strokes off his first round total. Geo. Thomson (2) played fine golf for a press 79 the first and fourth iu 6 and 7 re spectively bei...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
GOLF JUST—DIXON WIN AT YEERONGPILLY FINAL CLUB EVENT [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926

GOLF JUST— DIXON WIN AT YEERONGPILLY FIKAL CLUB EVENT Brisbane fiolf Club members contested tlie fi/i.-il offlo.'.-i) cluh erent of ihe preseat season !-a Saturday aftcriioon. a foursonK.'? stroke oompetltioii. in which short markers and lonff markers were partnered as far as possible. As it turned out. there was a dearth nf short handicap piayors. and rhc ?ninninp card was returned by a pair, each of whom ha? hail years of ROiflns experience. The condi tions favoured the competitors, for tlicre was little breeze to contend with, and the screens plaj-cd truly, with the fairways sufficiently Uar-i U) a-id leaelU to the tee shots. .1. S. Just — C. Dixon (17) returned the wlnninp score, a net Tl. This pair started off brilliantly, their eto£3 tally for the first seven holes being only one more than bocey flpures. Just drove at the odd holes, and his first tec shot was topped and looked like finishing In the cross bunker, but just eoi over, giving his partner a clear second. Accurate pl...

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

TROLLY ON LINE A trolly containing parcels ran on to the railway line at Xo. 1 platform. Central ra:lway (station, about 7 o'clock on .Saturday night. - Porters had the trolly replaced on the platform, and were putting back the parcels when a train from Sandgate drew in. The porters managed to jump clear, but the engine passed over the parcels before the driver could stop. Some hats were damaged. The, brilliant MARJORIE was .successful in the 'eighteens' '' event on Saturday

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

GOODNA FARRELL— NEIL PLAY WELL. oevenieen entries were received tor tue bogey handicap scheduled for competitiou on the Goodoa links on Saturday. Conditions were entirely in favour of the players, who, taking full advantage of the accuracy of the greens, were able to register exceptional scores. J. J Farrell and J. Neil were In capital form. Both played consistently well throughout, and cap tured the honours wltli an excellent 4 up each. R. Pittard showed improvement to gain the nest position trlth one drawn. Cards were re turned by : — J. 3. Farrell, 4 ui-. 3. JI. NeiL 4 up. R. Pittard. 1 down. (i. Tunnaine, 2 down. H. B. Kilerton, 5 down. B. C. Percy, 7 down. Li. Bartshorae, 8 tlovrn. G. VT. £inims, s down. J. Vestman, 9 down. H. Maddlck. 10 down.

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

SANDGATE TROPHY WINNERS MEET. Finality in the competition between winner* of troph'es during the past season was reached on the Szndgate links on Saturday, wheu. under somewhat variable conditions players engaged in the concluding round. Tbe winner turned up in fi. V. fiewitt, tfho has been pici ing up well on his game. Consistency was lut chief characteristic. In the morning roun-1 UIs play was impaired by a heavy *lnd, -mvi though Jater it abated somewhat it was sum ciently eusty to be a source of difficulty Cards were returned by: — H. V. Hewitt (15) .*.... 70 73 143 T. For (20) ? .. 77 Tl 148 A. W. Beauchamp (22) ..75 74 149 J. Todd (11) ? 71 81 152 T. King (30) ? 72. 80 152 A. H. Dlnsdale (12) .... 78 77 155 G. ShrtlBhesr (11) .. .. 76 80 I5S G. KendSe (20) ? 75 SI J56 F. Hares (20) ? .. 75 86 1C1 C. S. Driver (23) .. .i .. SI 82 !«.- A. E. White (10) ...... 78 87 Ii55 On Saturday week next the close of the season will be signalled by a mixed four somes *trejh- -^ihpetUlnn, to ...

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