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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926

^_____-^____________MW_j______ ? _________w_________________________________ ? ._ - _ ._ _ ? __=._???'_ S..- * ' ? ? i_-^__^^JLLJ^-J2-LJ!E—L^^—J—^jL£^^s^slis!ti^!2O^BM ? IIIHWIill IIM1WI ' ' ' ??'?''' ''r':'''' - ^— ^ ?1 ~i£&Sm-\ « THE L0NG AND SH0RT 0F IT IS-THEVRE AN ABSOLUTE «0T! Si B( ?? - IMMmTLl'. Waves of hysteria wJH, b« let loos t over Brisbane to-morrow when the : 'ffll ?[ ?? 9V$\M?*i sensational act skims across the stage. The theatre will rook and 91 HI' %- --f $'*-&$ '^&[j tremble with thunderous applause * nd spontaneous laughter. ' fflt| fl^ ' ^^^^IMv* '*'* '' 'Se 4l8Mrlb!BS «— «*?«« Continential vaudeville patrons confessed flp ? '' ' /W)firl_i that '* ls th« most original, unquestionably brilliant and Incomparable ?' -Mma H' / \^\_-fcC^B^_? entertainment in variety to-day! . _H J Mi I ^V&Sfi^^rX Sydney Tlvoli patrons refused to let it leave the ,t.9e. Melbo.rn. is Hi H' i yPM^V^^Ly «'?«?«???*« a season, but the W intergarden scooped t...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
RIFLE SHOOTING TRICKY CONDITIONS LONG RANGE [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926

RIFLE SHOOTING TRICKY CONDITIONS LONG RANGE A tricky wind and much smoke mad? oon- 1 dltlonM very dlfflculr. at Enogcera on Satur- : 'lay. All tiio sljootins was at the loiip ranges. nnd ennscqucntly the scoring was low. De- : tails: — i CITY OF BRISBANE COMPETITION. - Hop. 700 900 Tti. - W. Stanley ? JO ^0 45 95 ! I. M'Kenrie ? 16 36 4-5 PS; R. Ward ? 1« S8 41 95 ; R. Lever ? 22 3G ?.S P5 A. Stanley ? 3!- 57 Sfi M K Smith ? 12 40 43 93 / K. Fullen ? 12 '^ 44 SI I S. Sweeper ? IS 39 3S sfi j I. Beckman ...... 2* 27 ST SI ! B. Burler ? 22 '' 3!- I-S ? Pred Zlllman ? IT S3 If. Pis * Beckman ? 16 J6 43 85 i ^. M'Alplne ? S5 2S 21 Rt ? r. Mastertoun ? -- 41 42 S.T J y. M. Zlllman ? 17 2fi 51 *»4 ! IV. Manuel ? 2!1 37 X!- lOS ? fl/Corrle ? — 40 4S fiS \ *. Pattlson ? 24 20 41 94 ; [T; Torster ? — 22 -- 22 j IV. Cock ? 16 2S 40 93 | _______ I I COORPAROO 4th COMPETITION. r\ Stirling ? — 4T 42 S2 i I'. Opporman ...... — 30 -IS 7S ' R Holdwa.v ? 25 34 4« 10S : W. Arundcll, :unr .... IS 2ii ...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
RELIABILITY RUN SYDNEY CLUB'S TEST [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926

RELIABILITY RUN SYDNEY CLUB'S TEST SYDNEY. Saturday. — Low speeds and i o»sy Tunninp encouraged 35 entries to the ? Western Suburbs Motor Cycle Club's re- : liability run to Burrago-Rang. Of these 13 i arrived vithout loss of points, while there I ver« «nly fiyo refirements. j The following aro tho results: — ^Lost no i pointfi. L. V. Brettell (Triumph). S. C. ; Goodsell (Triumph). L. Marshall (F.W. and i fide car). G. M 'Cutts (Harley). W. J. Evan (Harley. and side car), C. J. Wea- ' therby (Harley and side car), R. JTooday ' (A.J.S.). G. Hazlett (A.J.P.). L. Richards (Zenith), L. Harris '-evis). TV. Hart' ^B.S.A.). A. Dunlop (Doujrlas). The points : lost by other riders were: F. C. Ba* 1 O. ; C. Walker 2, G. Cainr-s 5. H. Diamond 9. - II. Allum 14, W. Thorns 22. H. Jorgenpon : SO. B. Garley 32. J. Marshall. K. Dal- I sell, J. Levy, TV. Wane, and G. Palmer jrc- ? tired. ? '.

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
MOTOR CYCLING THRILLS Charlie Spinks' Treble Winner of the Silver Armlet [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926

MOTOR CYCLING THRILLS ^ ? — -«? ? Charlie Spinks' Treble Winner of the Silver Armlet Charlie Spjnks, after tiro successive wins at the Speedway Boral, made it a treble on Saturday night by adding the Silver Armlet to his trophies. He was eoniewhat lucky, as Arthur Ycnsen looked a certain -winner, when his petrol pipe broke. Spinks now holds the SUver Gauntlet, the Silver Sash, and the Silver Armlet. Over 18,000 people were packed round the main ring at the Exhibition grounds, and they were given plenty of thrills. The track has greatly improved, ?with the result that faster times were recorded. A sensational smash occurred in the second semi-final of the Silver Armlet. Frank Arthur was holding a useful lead, when he crashed into the fence. Stan Purston was unable to avoid machine and rider, and crashed iato the leader, lie and his machine turned a complete somersault, with Arthur lying on the ground close by. Neither rider was in jured, though their machines were dam aged to euch an...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
LADIES' KENNEL CLUB ONE-POINT PARADE LAST OF SEASON [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926

LADIES' KENNEL CLUB ONE-POINT PARADE LAST OF SEASON The ia*t s!io«- of (lie M'oton was helJ under Uie au.-pu-i-s of t!:e QiHHiis.and Ladies' KfuiK'i t'iul) in Vii-tdria Park on Saturday aftprnonn. It was in every way a great suc cess, with loll Oogs providing- an entry of '/til', l'rnisc is due to the j resident, sefre :ary. anil the commit lee for the efficient manner in which they handled all arrange ments. They all worked together in the jjreatertt of harmony, ami produced a really good jif.ernoXm's ei:t»rfainment. Tiie judscs were Mr. «. Tatrick. all heavy breeds, including terriers : Mr. .). Marsdcn, Jill toys other than Pomeranians; 3iid- Jfr. R. Ritchie, pomeranians; aud tlie Ting stewards were Messrs. \V. Newion, Priestley, and Lister. There was no wailing, and the judges were able to carry on without loss of time. There w»s a particularly fine array of trophies, and in near'y all oases there was k^-'en competition. SPKCJAL AWARDS. President's Cup. donated by Mrs. Hoon. for ...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
THE DOG WORLD (By "Cerberus.") November 13.—Gundog Club parade. HATCHES, MATCHES, DESPATCHES [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926

iTIffiTJOG WORLD -By ?'CjBrterui/') / November 13.— Gu'n»lo«»' Club parade. HATCHES. MATCHES. DESPATCHES Mr. Rabbins* C9?kor spaniel, Trixie is Iturs-ilijr a litter of six puppies claiming pr cli. OHorsjmw .iienmorp -Marquis (imp.J as tiieir sirp. The foxtt'rrior, Helton I.aes. oavih?»1 by , Mr. R. Lititer. lias visited \V«-st Knd ?'?':?' y\r. C. O. Collins lias so'd one o.f liis *^,' Pwkingesc, Gingcrettp. by pr di. Cliang i-iliiujr. ex gr. cli. Pioneer Lpu!e, to a ?^'southern fancier. ':; VALE! RUGLEN LASSIE. What is Lome without a -bow-won'? ?'?For those who have learned to appro-; 7ltciate our four-footed friends', home i-v Ih'in'dpcd desolate without IIipui. Alas! -that tiieir spsii of . life should he so J'.Vtrief. We grow to love our pals to .lose them all too soon. . ~'~' After J.'( years of dailv 'usefulness t^.Mr* .1. Stott's Scottish t*rrier, pr. eb Euglen Lassie, wont over to hap]-i'T hunting grounds last week. This biteh was a big winner, a dam of winners, and . was sho...

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

WARNING To Those who Require VERANDA BLINDS Made by FRANK TUNLEY LIMITED, Owing to the operations of Agents of similar name, clients ars likely to be misled into belle vinig that they arc getting Tunley's Blinds made by us when in reality Jiey are dealing -with agents who secure the blinds on Commission from var ious sources, but not from Tun ley's Limited. If you wish to deal with the manufacturers and get the real Tun ley Blinds made by us, you must very carefully observe the follow ing: — The ONLY 'Phone number is CENTRAL 5169. The ONLY Address is 103 BROADWAY, VALLEY. The ONLY Shot, the one wth the words 'A SQUARE DEAL'r on the window. We wish to notify the Public that Mr. R. Frank is NO LONGER CONNECTED with the Firm of Frank Tunley Limited. Verandi Blind Manufacturers, and is not authorised to solicit orders for Blinds made by Frank Tunley Limited. \7ISITOES to Crilib Island and Nurisrr 'Beach. --*' ln *l rhlld's :juiu'jj Vineyard. Kiid sample our cholct «tn«. 1 Opening Anmunc...

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

? TORCHES ^ AND LAM PS fife'.. . gAFtTV FIBST- — UT1UTV AIVWVI - ^^K^^ .-. Give Best Service o tt^kX**'' ' Hi AU types of l»^F% Refills stocked: /jvN'3*^ '.: Focussing Spot - ??''... light 'with space, '?' ; , Bulbs in end, in. ► I' nickel plate, at .-.': 20/ each. ? ?* ; - Obtainable All Dealers. Wholesale — I EDISWAN CO. 0 ?''.'' J56 , CREEK-STREET / ?*' BRISBANE. 'a ': -'? - - ? ? ^^^^ ! -?: ? -* ? ».V*J'' £tf'10CKEU Spaniels.. Besley _ Kennels. Fupi-i«s J&, i-.iUi sue* for sale.. MOarov Stepuens ^gtreit, Morningside. 'Phppe J4914. ^HORSE AND DOG REFUGE 0U YEROHGA. ' -i?Pets received and '*area for taring ggWiier's absence from Brisbane. Reason , ,_ble charges. .Jr-iPhone I«B. ? gBEpDOME'S DOG MEDICINES ~*air» -used by the leading : owners «nd trainere C,' inruughuut Australasia. ^pbDOME'S WORM POWDERS —Usif«, Speedy. Effectlre 1/1 posted. c LEDDOML'S TONIC AND -? ? CONDITION BALLS rjigprow* the .fried and bring d«£ to first-rate *-'*?' condition. -I/9 posted. ?'Send for ...

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

PERGOLA HOME ADJUNCT A jicrgola is alwriys a iteiijhTful fea ture :n :i garden, however small ur large it may be. 'I hey can be built in nitniy difiVivnt ways, i'or the columns or ii|-righ1s ?jiii In- made of brick, of stoiw, or. iixb'e.l. :;!!\- tluraUK1 maturial. The liainly man will probably fini] it preferable to use either propared timber or ordinary rough poles, the latter being essential lor the so-called rustic style of constrsivtion. Hough poles also are by J':ir rhii cheapest. 'J'liey .-an be obtained in almost, anv district, and if :i reasonably hard variety be chosen, ::re durable and ef fectivi.' in use. First deci.lo on ilie sito of y'iu- ]-or- goia, and this c-::n only i-c du'lenniued by individual rt'quiroiiH.-nts. l'Vr ex ample, a pergola can be: constructed across the entrance path lc:Jdij)g to the house, or i; may be used as an ornamental screen to mark the divi sion between thf garden and other parts of the. gnnnnls. f-uiKiilerablc scope for ingenuity exists in i...

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

WINDOW LOCK IMPORTANT \-rv -ii'ii-n llii- v.in-]..-,v i~ r'l''- weak point in tiic hii::n-V -o.-un:\. ]Yoper attention is i!.«u:riy ?-iven to the. locks 0:1 outside door-. but tn.i frequently the matter of hs:ving -;i-ii fasteners that are properly dcfiigjif.l and niinii.' is over looked.' Jt is t;i?v to buy a *a*h lock which . :m !-o oju-i-iHoil witii one linger, but «-!ii-ii will dr;nv tin- tu-- ri:iPiiL--= so firmly together rii.i; i;.j too! can- bo i 11 - serto'J iietwoi-n tiii-ni, .-:!iii with a mechanism whii-h prevent tho latcli from being n-iea^-J except i-y :v ^»ru «f the tliuiiibpio.ee. 1'. ei.n be found in any hardware store, and .-k.-1 ~ no more than an inferior type.

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
ELECTRIC LABOUR-SAVERS Housekeeping Made Easier [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926

ELECTRIC LABOUR-SAVERS Housekeeping Made Easier On.-e upon a time possession of r. hi,me was a maxim of respectable au-l (lignifioil. ci'iz'.'nship: but higher cost of' living :m.l house building. to^eIiu.! with the exodus of doinesil'- servants and premium upon all manual Isibour. have somewhat altered the pr-.sitiou, of one's own homo is apt, to V re garded in the light of luxury. The Tinsition had bren advancing 1o its present accentuated state for many year?. jjjkI science liat- not boon iipghie ful ot the fact that it would have to .-oir.c ,U- the aid of domestic, -routine with machinery and mechanical devices foi lavour-Siiving. the same r.s it has had to step in aud assist industry :uid. ]iro Uuction. The home is particularly haudicappcii by the fact that, it is a very modest employer in 1!ic great majoriiy of cases, aixl tinliko oThor industries Mie. increased cost of labour cannot be passed on to the' consumer. The system of passing it on reaches a dead end in the domestic ...

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

LAYING LINOLEUM FOUNDATION OF FELT Naturally, after yon have invested a mibstautial sum in y«iur new linoleum, you want it properly installed. The old w.iy was to lack linoleum uov.11. Sonic merchant.;; still insUt- on tacking, because they say their cus tomers arc ;k»i v.-iliinj; in pay a. fair price lor good Iayi'i». Jjut if your linoleum can be made to i:ive five to 10 years* lunger Norv'n-i\ i-n'1 it wise I'conomv 1i- pay :i little inure at the -tar( ?; Tlie best wav in lav linoleum is to cement it firmly in pi;i.-c over a lining of deadening felt. This method jjivi-j Ihore advantages: 1. Your floor is Miniuth. «ulid. por 1:1:1110711. Tile -oair. are \\-e!:-nii:'t in visible. 2. I si» of waie.rproi'1' cement inakes 'earns watertight — very iinp.irt.nnt in iIk kitchen, bathroom, oi cm t r:i:ir-o hali. .'.. All woinl fluor-s ;itv subject to ex pansion and contraction. A iC!f lining under the linoleum yb-orbs tills give tiud--:ike in 1 hi. -wuod floor and csi-m'o-* lender wear. 4. ...

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

1 |Y0U WLL ENJOY THESE jjgi.-- *4 (Mi fi '.Prison Memoirs 'or an Anarchist,' was Jerome K. Jerome needs no 'boosting'1 eg* 4' written by Alexander Berkman some from m7 humble self. Here we have a ^S $;'m.m .-r«. «. ««? «ni.V«.W^i «« ««.^.. aew *ook of reminiscences in his cus W$ |S^»m »go; it was pubBaned In America. tomary unio.ne style, entitled, 'My Wgi jfJTow »n KngUsb. edttion has jart been Life and Times.' With frontispiece Sp1- **?; imblished with an aitroductibn by Ed- portrait In colour. Price 16/, postage itss ©'ward Carpenter. It 1b an -extraordinary /8. Kg| ^.-IJook, ana so' one need .inlsa its appeal - Hew supplies in a cheap colonial edition Sag ?|J»ecB4ise lie -does not happen to be an at* now here of 'Cancer,' by J. Ellis Igjjjg &;;*darchirt. He may sold 'the anthor's Barker. This Is toe only book for the yg ?J Tiewa in actnal abhorrence,' bnt it he he layman on the subject, and covers all SpW ST-a^ student of life lie will find every one the researches that ...

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

SLEEPING OUT BENEFIT TO HEALTH Improved health owes something at least to increased popularity of sleeping in fresh air (writes a correspondent). My sleeping porch opens directly from iiiv bedroom, a:iu, a« it is separated from it by a glass partition, is plainly visible to any one inside the room. For this reason ii. wa.- noc(-ssary lo keep the j-orcli iu apple-pie order. As it con lains 'hree small iron bods, the first. .-te}- was to .cover them in such a way that they would not be too conspicuous mid would be uniform, in appearance. First, we covered the Lead and foot lu-;m!s of the bods wiih close-fitting slip-covers of linen-coloured cotton home t-pi 11. These extend to the mattress on one side and to the floor on the other, thus entirely hiding the frames of the beds. Along the seams, outlining the shape of the bed, was stitched red and yellow braid about an inch and a quar ter wide. Spreads for the beds were I hen made of the same material with the braid stitched along tlie e...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
COMMONWEALTH 5¼ per cent. Cash and Conversion Loan Applications will be received between Monday, November 1, and Monday, December 20, 1926. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926

COMMONWEALTH Si per cent Cash and Conversion Loan Applications will be received between Monday, November f, and Mocdayv December 20, \926. INTEREST: 5} PER CENT. PRICE OF ISSUE: PAR LOAN TO BE REPAID IN 1933, 1938. OR 1943, AT THE OPTION OF THE SUBSCRIBER. CASH SUBSCRIPTIONS. Amount asked for: £6,000,000. The Loan is being raised by the CiMnnionwalth Government on behalf of the Governments of Victoria, Queensland, South Australia. Western Australia, and Tasmania, and the Federal Capital Commission. The proceeds of the Loan will be used hy the States anil the Federal Capital Commission foi public works. Applications for the Loan, also the deposits and instalments of the Loan, may be lodged at any Bank or. State Savings Bank, or at any Money Order Post Office, ov with any member of a recognised Stock Exchange. Cash subscribed may be paid in full or by instalments. Interest at 54 ne.r cent ncr annum, calculated from date of lodgment of the money to the 15th February, 1927. will be paid...

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

FLOORS DESERVE CONSIDERATION. In this country we have usually thought little about our floors. They have been looked upon simply as some thing underfoot. Ho in our homes we have been content generally to use wood — sometimes hardwood where that was available at not too high a cost, more frequently any wood that was at hand, and that would not wear shabby too quickly. Floors deserve more atten tion than tins.

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

POLICE ARMS — '—. — '--^ — * — .Again there has arisen the question of arming- Queensland police men,, particularly those engaged in dangerous city work at night. There is a sentimental British prejudice against turning a police force into a military : body. On rare ceremonial occasions a Brisbane policeman may be .seen in battle array, but as a rule they display not , swords, fire , anas,- batons, nor handcuffs. Still, tliere are reasons to regard svmpa : thetically the Jatest plea of the Queensland policemen to possess handy revolvers for some difficult sorties and investigations. Criminals often are armed tritli. the most modern revolvers, -while their, illicit outfit may vie with a surgeon's kit in the way of scientific instruments. At last most of the police of Australia have been given electric torches; though, within the memory of many young people, occurred the. risky farce in Melbourne of a posse of police bunting desperate criminals outside a big building on a dark night b...

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

?P^rkO PER Acre, per year. You can easily cVfJVF'U' dl, ]t lvi,ii BENNETT ELECTRO CULTURED SEED. No apparatus required. We do the work in specially erected rooms. Less maiiiirr.--. Quicker crowth. Only ordinary cul tivation. Records of our seed 47 tons tnma tocs off acre. Cabbape 2711) weight, no manure. Lettuce realised S/3 d'jz., Brisbane. 126 bushels maize acre. Heady late tomato match less £1 ounce: cucumber pumpkins, melons, 30/ per lb: lucerne. .'./« In: 2/6 packets of every vegetable; 1/ sample pkts. Make your fai-m pay. .Agents wanted. Ales C. Bennett, Seeil Treatment Rooms, Fairfleld, A'.S.W.

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

TAXING THE POETS ? 'w^ The orgy of taxation in- which, the Queensland Government is now wallowing is a reminder that taxation as we know it in the individual sense is practically a modern nuisance. Kings and barons and lords ? spiritual have of course always been inclined to claim dues and tithes from, the multitude, either directly or indirectly; bnt a straight out income-tax is no older than the period of William Pitt, who, with the , aid of an Oxford Professor named Beeke, devised that form of financial ' ' tortore. Naturally the people did not Teadily take to the income-tax habit, the poets particularly showing lofty ecorn for such hirelings as came nigh them to negotiate taxation returns. Even Browning, thj spfe and span sample of poetic respectabilitv — and obscurantism— waxed furious when the taxation surveyor of that day (Mr. Sidney Webb, by the way) called upon him to learu the details of his income. In fact, the indignant Browning threatened to go and settle again in Italy...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
IN PORT OF FREMANTLE.THE PUBLIC EYE [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926

IN THE PUBLIC EVE Dr. Salter, M.P. W.'wse i'!i!)i:c siafi'infn: tl:.ir drunkenness is fivqiieii; in !ln- House of CiMi'ttions was described by Mr. B:i:ith;ii as 'a libel on t:::s lie-US'-.' M. Voroshiloff Russia.'* ('(iiiiiiiissiirv for War. wlm has advisfd a s;;r]u.'^'ip nf ynmu officers to curl ilicir ir.rjsr^-lp s n::d be prepared for Wiir. . . Sir John Maffcy. Appointed liovernor-tlencral of t!ie Soudan. He lias had a brilliant career in India. Mr. Parry Thomas The English racinc niolpris: v'-'-o created a world's record a few days ago by coverinc 121 miles 1307 yards in an hour. Mr. Ben Turner Jiicc.cJ i'iv-iiu;.-:it ut' tliu British Trade l':i ion Council.

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