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Rampion Rehabilitated— Convincing Derby Win DERBY DAY AT RANDWICK Amounis Runs Away With Epsom RAMPION PROVES BEST STAYER Spearfelt Returns to Best Form I RECORD CROWD AND RECORD TOTE [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 3 October 1926

fefETi-v* ?-?-'V. -*--*- ?-. -?,.-;? :, — ; ? ? ? ? : ? : ? sg'. .?;?:'. tf.j£J-i--- :-.--.- . -..-. ? .?,-?-..? ?'.-?. '.- .'......?...?? l^tmpion Rehabilitated— Convincing Derby Win 1 MltBV DAY AT RANDWKK | Amouiiis Runs Away With Epsom 5. RAMHON PROVES BEST STAYER IS-'''.'' '?-.?'?? v 2 .v... ,. . . . ....... ,.. . . — - * Spearfelt Returns to Best Form J RECORD CROWD AND RECORD TOTE m . :...?..-. ? ? ...... K ?? -? . ? ? — — __ ? ?-. . . *' V BY ?' SIRDAR' ?w .?-?-??.-? ? - ? ? . * ' SYDNEY, Saturday.— Randwick was never seen in such. a splendid * letting as -m the occasion of the open!ng of the Australian Jockey t m Clob'a Spring meeting this afternoon, and that is saying something. gr In the sister State capital to-day all roads led to the famous convinc 9 it ing ground, and sever save so many people congregated on that re * nowned heath... Brilliantly fine weather conditions prevailed, just g similar to ^ what we in Brisbane experience in early autumn. Never a M ~ #»1ftflA tX...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
CHRYSO PROVES BEST OF HIS AGE AT A MILE QUEENSLAND GUINEAS MEETING Chryso Wins Running Away DALCYSE MAKES NEW TIME Polyzoa Stages a Surprise POLLASSIE SCORES NICELY [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 3 October 1926

CHRYSO PROVES BEST OF HIS AGE AT A MILE QUEENSLAND GUINEAS MEETING — » Chryso Wins Running Away DALCYSE MAKES NEW TIME Polyzoa Stages a Surprise POLLASSIE SCORES NICELY Although the Queensland Guineas meeting sA Eagle Farm on Satur day dashed with Derby Day at Rand wick on this occasion, there were more Queenslanders at home than is usually the case for this meeting. Prominent Queensland owners who usually visit Randwick for the big AJ.C. Spring meeting stayed in Brisbane, and in the case of Mr. M. Ryan, be had the pleasure of experiencing one of the best days for a long time. ..He saw Chryso spreadeagle a field of. 14 in the first of the season's classics. More gratification was associated with this victory than of any previous one of the many that hare come Mr. Ryan's way. It was the first Queensland- Guineas that he had won, and it was by a horse which he bred himself. He was also successful with the Sir Dighton . mare Dightena in the Novice Handicap, and with an once of luck wou...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
ALEXANDER STEWART'S STOCK AT BARNES'. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 3 October 1926

ALEXANDER STEWART'S STOCK AT BARNES'. Elsewhere in this issue Messrs. Barnes Ltd. have a full page colour advertisement, relative to the offering of bargain lines purchased from the liquidation stock of Messrs. Alexander Stewart and Sons, Ltd. These advance selective purchases represent sensational bargain value*, and buying enthusiasm is naturally expected. The firm advises all who wish to secure the pick of theSe goods to shop as early as possible. To accommodate early shoppers thfc Reel cab taxi service from the Valley corner will commence to-morrow morning at 8 o'clock, instead of 10.30 a« usual.

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
KEDRON RACES THE ACCEPTANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 3 October 1926

KEDRON RACES THE ACCEPTANCES. The following are the aocet-tancea tot ihe meeting of the Kedron Amateur Baclng Club, to be held at Kedron Park to-morrow {MOn day ). October 4:— MAIDEN HANDICAP, about 5 Furlonss. «t lb et tb WaUenthus 10 3 Kenll Maid S 8 Halens'.s 9 5 Dattnera 8 t Bombara 9 0 Clydemotint 8 f jack Pan S 12 Touflneer 8 t Cbllabe 8 10 B1U Syce ? 6 f Dark Burl 8 10 Jfaj-(-M Tandy 8 S Bachelor Kins 8 JO Wo«By Pop J It Maxim 6 8 DIVISION HANDICAP, about S Furlongi. rOUBTH DIVISION. Sir Tamrcorth 9 3 Kerella S ID Black Knot d 1 Bfehlian ' 8 S Lady Carroll 9 0 Bay Mer&ton S 9 Miahlght 9 0 Menemucha 9 7 Melene S 12 CunWWer S 5 Llnfcle TOD S 12 Bate? Hill S t Badeeree 8 10 Yampl 7 1 Korwafd Lady 8 10 THIBD DIVISIOS'. MlruDee 9 8 Viande g T Admiral Flippant 9 ? Uncloud 8 7 Ladden 9 5 Wenlotk 8 7 Blue Sleee 9 5 Sir Lautel 8 1 Prince Sunny 9 X vocation 8 7 Fairy Girl 8 12 Toutlna 8 7 Juboast 8 11 Eudores? 8 I Goldenla 8 12 SECOND DIVISION. I^nnons 9 lr Bit o' Swish 9 0 Wal...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 3 October 1926

'Easily First tor Furniture.' . 'HIXCO' Values in Soft Furnishings FILLET NETS yeir Range Curtain Fillet Nets, in Paris shades, 50 Inches wide. PKICE 4/11 yard. ART SILK NETS Beautiful Quality, In shades of VIeux Bose. Blue, and Gold, 50 inches wide. PRICES, 10/6, 12/6 yard. ART MADRAS An excellent wearing quality In new designs, 50 inches wide, 3/3 yard. SHADOW TISSUE Cotton and Art Silk Shadow Tissue Ideal for curtains, loose covers, etc. Widths SO inches 50 inches FBICES, 3/11, 6/11, 9/6, 13/« yd. FANCY BASKETS Fancy Baskets, for WorK and Fruit, In neat and serviceable styles. Suit able for attractive gifts. Untrlnuned. 6d, 9d. 1/, 1/6, 2/6, 3/6, 4/11, 6/6 each. Trimmed. 2/6, 4/6, 4/11, 6/6, 7/6, 9/6, 12/6, 15/. Q(O act ST a^'*'' °* **'J^»» Bbisbmw Tht Sheffield Electro-Plating and Lacquering Works CHAPT.OTTE-STREET, BRISBANE) Electroplaters in Silver, Nickel, Copper, or Brass, a':o Bronzing. POLISHING and LACQUER ING. REPAIRS TO ALL ELEC TROPLATE WARE. Motor Car Radiators, and F...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 3 October 1926

I Facial Youth £... .Van amazing beautifier that gives instaot love ,;; - mess: no matter yonrage. or bow rough, red. ;. . - Aackled, veined or blemished yonr complexion ; i; ?? even if jnm-niK wrinkles or blackheads, this wonder-creainarillquickly make-you look 10 to 15 .sears younger— will doable your beauty at once ! r yothing else like it! Keeps the .tissues supple; . ueieuts shiny nose; holds powder for hours. ?; . rjrxtraMiy perfumed but no spirit to sting a ; en ; Ktbve Eton; no grease; guaranteed to retard / ramth of hair oa tbe face] Use it for all oocas. - ions. Judge its amazing valne in your mirror and fajrtfae compliments youil get Ask your chemist tor a 3/- tube of Kathleen Court's Facial Youth, SMART SUMMER FROCKS Cut Out and Tacked for 7/6 .- Think what a saving you make ivhen von purchase a dress length here, and have it cot out and tacked for ? the email sum of 7/6. And the frock slway* looks so smart, too. 'WE HAVE A VERV NICE BAKC3 OF 8VMHEB MATERIALS TOE . YOU T...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
IN THE HOME A WEEKLY GUIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 3 October 1926

IN THE HOME A WEEKLY GUIDE. A pase for 'mothers and others,' ap peared in 'The DaUy MaM' on Friday, and in future will be a regular feature of the Friday Issue. Its contents «over a wide range of feminine Interests. Patricia in her weekly letter discourses in raey vein on the latest fashions, giving helpful advice and Information on matters of dress. This artrsle Is illustrated. Chil dren's fashions are also Included, there being an illustrated article on the best _ ? a. ? f __ ILam At* 4- tm 4 It Ann IM lltH Way VI lurnillB tlivm ?#«* an ?* »«vwv»i-»o manner. The teachings of raothercraft will assist in Diving the 'State's best Im migrants' a healthy and happy start In life. In this the Plunket system Is fal lowed, and the subjects to be dealt with from week to week cover all matters ap pertaining to the feedfnj, clothing, and general care of the baby. Receipes for better economy and efficiency in the kit chen will also be Included.

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 3 October 1926

???????????a ???????? »!!- A BEAUTIFUL ' . S&uchenflower s ; £ HOME S ? — -s ? CORNER POSITION, B ? :T '--. 3 minutes from tram, ^ Sj& :- ? . 5 minutes from train. ? ££:One of the finest homes in the locality, m * »f,jContaining very large dininp and draw- g b ing rooms (artistically archedi, 4 Ltd- 'J Jt: teams,' and maid's room. ? ? VERANDAS ALL ROUND, q ?r;.' VENETIAN BLINDS. ? ? . ? ? ?* ' Splendid kitchen, with pas store, well 1= ??- --appointed bathroom, with Fama floor. ? Z etc. and excellent built-in conveniences B g---'.' ttoougboBt. g Bj'' TENNIS COURT, GARAGE— J ; ? ' ?'' BUILT ON 6 ALLOTMENTS. g S. All necessary conrenionees, Includlns jjg - -gas, irater, and electric llplit. _ .„, Tie- position is all that could be de- ™ ? ' sired and the price is extremely ? Jf . reasonable. B 5 GOOD TEKMS CAN BE ARRANGED. 5 S' £2500 S S* Arrange Inspection with _ IkAY WHITES ^ . Colonial Mutual Chambers, B ?T Next G.P.O., BRISBANE. ? « ^???????????????ftBa1 MCi it Road...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
THE WOMEN'S OWN "THE LAST OF MRS. CHEYNEY" "THE LAsT OF MRS. CHEYNEY." [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 3 October 1926

IIIIIIUIIIIIMMIIMIIIHMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMUIIUmnilllllllllHIlM'^^^ | THE WOMEN'S OWN! m!l!i!llll!l!llllllllllltlll!llllllll!llllllll!lltll!l!tlnll!(!lllll M!l!lll(lll!tl!!l!ll!llll(IUIIIIllllllUI!(lin!llll^ 'THE LAST OF MRS. CHEYNEY' 'THE LAfeT OF MBS. CHEYNEY.' Coming ?with excellent reports from the south, the J. C. Williamson pro duction, 'The Last of Mrs. Cheyncy,' with. Miss Kenee Kelly in. the name part, attracted a large and enthusiastic audience to His Majesty's Theatre for the first night performance on Satur day. Combined with an artistic pro duction tl play holds a particular in terest for woman folk by reason of the many beautiful goirns nrhich are worn by the feminine members of the cast. The play opens on a garden party where the hostess, Mrs. Cheyiiey (Miss Renee Kelly) wears a frock of Madonna Dine mariettc oanaca tnta coffee tinted Margot lace. With this ehe carries a quaint parasol of blue marietta and lace to harmonise. Sub sequently Miss Kelly is seen in a white marie...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 3 October 1926

SCIENTIFIpil ; on a subject known ?:m??^w -- ????-?? -????'ri^ -; woman s oldest problem; -it Now ! Exquisiteness, comfort,^fiiS maculacy under all circumstatu^s 'T^HERE is a new way in personal hygiene. A- scien -*? tific way that gives women new poise and peace of mind — new exquisileness and better health. It is called KOTEX. And this offers you an op portunity to test it— free. Simply mail me the coupon below. ; ^s FIVE TIMES MORE ABSORBENT. ^K Made of Cellucotton — a newly-discovered supeiriiuSsS sorbeni — KOTEX absorbs 6 times its weight in inojistmW.? It has 5 times the absorbency of ordinary cottbb **«an£| tary pads.' And, in addition, two other secret advant ages which I cannot mention here. You can dispose of it easily, without embarrassment ? a point all women will appreciate. NOW TRY KOTEX FREE. KOTEX has become a health habit among all woman hood. And I believe every woman should at least be allowed to try it. So I have appealed to the Kotex laboratory. And they have co...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
THE WOMEN'S OWN RACES AT ASCOT FLOWERS AND FROCKS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 3 October 1926

THE W0MEN'-y OWN RACES AT ASCOT FLOWERS AND FROCKS. Delicate and exotic flowers have blos somed hi the gardens at the Ascot Racecourse for some time past, and at tbe meeting of the Queensland Turf Club on Saturday it appeared that a magic wand had metamorphosed the blooms, so colourful and delicate were the frocks which were seen on the lawn. In the large gathering, which included many ladies, spring and summer frock6 were seen in their full dorr which m accentuated by the balmy air and mel low sunshine. Flower patterns rioted over the materials, whether of silk or cotton. The vogue for spotted materials appeared i» the ascendancy, and the pic ture hat, although mainly in dark shades, was genera-1. Touches of raffia embroideries were seen on hats and bags, and blonde footwear was largely worn. A visitor from the South, who wore a white crepe dejCMne frock, adorned with kilted frills, had a polished visca straw capeline in ». rich biscuit tone, and her shoes, which were lightly em br...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
LACQUERED FURNITURE Chinese Chippendale—Many Possibilities [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 3 October 1926

LACQUERED FURNITURE ? «^. ? Chinese Chippendale — Many Possibilities Those who have watched the trend of j furnishing during the last two years will not be surprised to see the gradual re turn to the lacquered furniture vogue, after the Chinese style of Chippendale, but with the addition of lacquer, which that great master seldom used. A desire has slowly shown itself to furnish morel and more in the Oriental style, and there is undoubtedly nesd for the lacquered fur niture fashion to harmonise with the Eastern decorations that are already in use in many homes (says ''Town and Country Homes'). The Eastern carpet was the nrst step towards Orientalism. 'With the increasing popularity of Indian, Persian, r.iid Turk ish rugs, or of Britis'i rugs with Eastern patterns, there came a demand for fur nishing fabrics with motifs that would harmonise witli them. When this demand had been filled, there appeared wall papers which were an excellent repre sentation of lacquer work, being worked in...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
CHILDREN'S ROOM FORMING CHARACTERS [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 3 October 1926

CHILDREN'S ROOM ? «. ? FORMING CHARACTERS Tastes are founded and habits o£ thought and action formed within the four walls of a nursery. The furnishing of a jcorn for children offers, therefore, a verv fertile field for decorative in genuity governed to some extent by the predilection for positive pattern and clear colour, which most children mani fest at an early age- That, however does not imply that anything of the bizzarre should ever be introduced, but mer^v tbat some brilliance of coIotit and lioldness of pattern are entirely ad missible for virtue of their bearing upon originality. Because it is at all times easy to clenn and equally easy to disinfect when con tagious diseases invade the home, a painted finish is popular for the wall? and ceilings of a nursjyy. Even when the upper walls are papered, the lower portion of the walls is sometimes painted as a safeguard against tell-tale little finger-p^infe. and oilier evidences of use. Paints of both flat and gloss surface are t...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
WORTH WHILE A BRIGHT KITCHEN TRANSFORMATION EFFECTED [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 3 October 1926

WORTH WHILE A BRIGHT KITCHEN TRANSFORMATION EFFECTED We have always considered it neces sary (writes A- Louise Fillebrown in the 'Garden and Feme Builder,') in build ing and furnishing our 'model kitchen' ? o make- it as suggestive as jjuis-b'e of the glittering wliiu efficiency of a Ucypi i'A To our mii'tis white paint :«n-l tile mean cleanliness and of c}iii-'\ our kitchens must b« cie-'.i and spotless iiowever, colc.;..r may be just -is cliuin us vhite Thorn .s no »ti.5or. lrrjia thu standpoint of efficiency or sanation for a white kitchen- It is merely a habit On the other hand when we consider the timo most of us spend in the kit ihens of our homes, isn't it foolish not to make them as cheerful as possible? We would never consider living in a pure white bedroom. Our sun porches and living rooms furnished for comfort, ere full of colour. There are many of these frivilous kitchens now- You will see them in lovely homes, and pictured in the maga zines, but I will show you how one ...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
TELEPHONE RECEIVER HOW IT WORKS ELECTRO-MAGNETISM [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 3 October 1926

TELEPHONE RECEIVER ? ? ♦ ? HOW IT WORKS ELECTRO-MAGNETISM Many wirdess amateurs have prob ably looked inside one of their tele phone receivers after having unscrewed the ear-piece. They will have noticed how the disc of thin metal, known as the diaphragm, elii^gs to tho magnets inside the receiver. It is' surprising, though, how few have any idea of the principle on which the receiver op attts, viz.. clectro-uiagnetism. An cloctro-magnot is dietinetly dif ference :' oni a permanent magnot, which retains it* magnetism practieallv all the time. The usual type of elec tro-magnet, consists of a 'bar of soft iron, around which is wound a large number of turns of fine insulated wire. When an electric current liows through the turns of wire, the iron '-eeomes magnetised at t' ; ende, or polos as they are tormed, and continues iu this state as long as the current is dowiug, but as soon ae the current ceases to flow the magnetism disappears. In the telephone receiver, the soft, iron core is ...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 3 October 1926

???????????????????????????????????x|e«h 'i s ^^^ SERVICif TO | '' 5 ^W^ GOLFERS 1' m i / TrS^r The EZOSLLBKX BEBVTOE tt« are * 5 J 1 V now able to offer to GOLTBBS his « ? /'*^' ?»» made tte miok aatMONB, :'=3tn, n ? V\^\\ Store thoMeoc* of »U4eT«tMt of'tt« li ~ ? 1 \\ T ' Boyal and Ancient gaine. ? s Vf V Golf Set for Beginners ? ? IVvaI I comprising Brifsle or Driver. Mwhw, ? - ? ' V^B^ \ Mid Iron, aaa Pntter, srtth two 8Uv*t ? ? '/[ VW ' ^^V* « -onr own Choice Golf Bills, ? v ' rrmWr Ctovae Bag, -with leather flttiag*. . ? ^ S vlrL^-, Remarkable Value 55/ £ ? ? I.*33£mBv^ ''^de from spftdttcattons supplied by 5 ? «Sq^^ Mx- ' ^m ttety* TtotmmtM Oolf S ? ?*? Cbaanpion. ? S ? These Olabt axe of the highest standard, and are personally . selected m~ . ? by Mr. Oorry. They carry onr guarantee. m ? BBA8BIEB, DKIVEBS, and SPOONS -eacn) ? 25/ ? ? «#f m 5 IBOKS, MABBZBB, JIA8HXE 27ZBLICS, POTYBES ? 18/6 * S IMPORTANT NOTICE. ? ? Mr. L. Corry Is «ew tooklng appointment* for private Coif T...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
OUR WIRELESS CIRCLE INTERFERENCE RECEIVERS' BANE CAUSES AND REMEDIES [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 3 October 1926

OUR WIRELESS CIRCLE INTERFERENCE RECEIVERS' BANE CAUSES AND REMEDIES With hundreds of receiving sets in use. interference ?with good reception is a subject of intense interest. Everv passenger-ship arioat depends upon the absence c interference when, in ease of aeei&ent, it becomes necessary to put out an S.O.S. interference causes may be divided into two kinds — natural and artificial. Natural interference is due to 'static.' 'dea.il areas.' ami 'fadinir. ' fill n-P which are caused by atmospheiic changes beyond ordinary control. Arti ficial isitcrference is due, firstly, to nearby sources of electrical energy, such as tram cars, arc lamps, high power lines, defective house wiring, or high frequency apparatus at some nearby points; seeondlj-, to radio trans mitter other than the station it is de sireu to hear; thirdly, to defective tun ing devices, such as run-down B bat teries, corroded terminals, etc.; fourthly, to inexperience on the part of the operator of the receiving...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 3 October 1926

| ' Kedrfm Amateifr Racing Club JV:' TOMORKOW (Monday) TO-MOBROW ?;V OCTOBER 4. /' . ;l; 8 ? RACES- ? 8 .! - First- Race, 1 p.m. Trias direct to Course ever; few minutes. PRICES OF ADMISSION: PMdock: Gentleiaen 10/ (including tax); Ladies: 5/ (including tax). ? lifegk: . Gentlemen, 2/9 ) including tax); Ladies 2/9 (includiagtax); Motors, Vehicles, and floraes Free. E. J. LAWRENCE, .-.??? Manager. Brisbane Amateur Turf Club. SATUBDAY, OCTOBEE 9. CLUB, TRST, SECOND, THIRD, and POUBTH DIVISION HANDICAP, of 606 Save.; divided into' four divisions, First and Second Divisions 200 Sovs.; First Division about 6J furlongs; Sec - ond- Division about 7 furlongs; Third ' and Fourth Divisions, 100 Sots., about 7 furlongs. i TtJBF CLUB PLATE AND PUESE (Divided Handicap), of 600 Sovs.; divided into two races of 300 Sovs. ; . each; about 1 mile 57 yards. Nominations, 1 Sov. each race, close .; TO-MORROW (MONDAY). October 4. ' at 4 p.m. ' O. H. HOCKER, Secretary. The DINKUM OIL ; ? FOR .KEDBON TO-MO...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
HANDY CRYSTAL SET [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 3 October 1926

HANDY CRYSTAL SET 'And he shall have music wherever he goes' might fairly be promised to the youngster of to-day, who is inter ested in wireless — and who is not? Mr. E. E. Lomas, of Mackay-street, Windsor, brought to the office of this journal the other day a handy little crystal set, which, 'in less than a minute, and without aerial or 'earth.' was providing a taste of 4QG's after s on Drofframme ner hfiflflnVinnoo Tim owner modestly attributes this facility to the power of the station, which has ever enabled him to make good recep tion with this crystal (at night) at his homr three miles from the bread-: casting studio. The set has variable cenden tuning, coil of 6in diameter.

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
PISCATORIALISMS MAY HELP THE NOVICE [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 3 October 1926

PKCATOiOAUSMS ^SlftV kELP THE NOVICE jfer- ' ? CBy 'An Hen.'?) K*-*T?lie individual who diagnosed fish RSjng,as 'a worm at one end of a line ||mna a fool at the other,' by this very g-intterance demonstrated that he himself EVtras not overburdened with superioi f ielligence. P.'^; /That a boy with a crudity in tlic i'-way cf tackle will seat himself by tlie fe;eido of a fisherman, who has fished all ^SiStoy' and -.caught nothing, and im l^anadiately hook a l-ig fish, does not pprove that the scientific fislierninn l%rith up-to-date tackle is not 'all pShere' mentally._ # jfy.- JUliance is capricious, uut ias.e usu WSha, one day with another, the man f*iritJi the knowledge and skill will iicatch 20 as against oce of the casual §&Boler.: The same thing applies in the Wtoag *na to every sport. The best i^ims at cricket and football are fre Pgbentlj beaten by lesser endowed op l^iiente.* -But, in the «nd, skill m pitiably conies out on top. f??riii fishing, common sense goes a W...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
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