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THE N.R.M.A. RECENT ACTIVITIES [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926

THE N.R.M.A. ^ ? RECENT ACTIVITIES The addition of 248 members to the register of the National Eoads and Motorists' Association during the past week brings the grand total of en rolments to date to 21.170, which rep resents an increase of 9125 since th-j beginning of the present-- year. . New castle contributed 25 to this week's total. IN THE COUNTRY. Another definite step in the expan sion of the N.R.M.A. has been 'effected in the establishment of a strong branch at Armidale, following on a public meeting, at which Mr. .£!. A. Coghtan. organiser for the N.B.M.A., explained the work of the association. The fol lowing executive was appointed :-?- Chairman, Mr. A. Purkiss; vicechair man. Mr. F. Antill; treasurer, Mr. K. K- Lamb; provisional comjaittce, Messrs. F. Seaborn, Stafford, A. N. Hickson, and Major Richards; provi sional secretary, Mr. E. H. Sadgrove. MAIN SOUTHERN ROAD. The N-R.M.A. Touring Department announces that, in connection with the construction of the Main Southern Ro...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
LOCAL TOURS A MOTORIST'S REQUEST [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926

LOCAL TOUKS A MOTORIST'S REQUEST 'C.A.,;- Latrobe-terrace, Paddington, Brisbane, writes: — 'In reading your weekly notes it has often occurred to me that it would be filling a. wide-felt want if you published every Sunday an account aJid map of a short run, say, up to 50 miles (out and return) of some of the little known beauty spots around Brisbane. Surely with the glorious sur roundings of Brisbane there are scores of places unknown to the majority of motorists who are tired of going to the same old places week after week. This poliey was carried out with the 'Mid- night 'Mail ' in Adelaide, and many de lightful outings were the result.' In reply, our Motoring Correspondent points' out that it has always been the policy of this journal to give motorists all possible information in regard to tours. For over two years maps and road charts have been published once a month, and these have included almost every known and accessible motoring resort within a radius of 50 miles of the G.P...

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

$ ' ??? v*7' ? r |; y Pf of essionat Engagements 1 f V lB*5fWARD FROST, late Chief fiailwar b-'- *-?? .Auditor. Registered Tas Asont, Audit j'1.* lA? ,. Accounts. etc.. Park-road. Milton. £?? '|%enc Toowons 818. . . . '. ] '%'??' JJF'T' Situations Vacant i ;-C Ajj-f-: ? . ? ..' ''-' ^Knn^L?VAITI:^3 Engagements, all class** J '-'?. Hfe^lietiable domestic workers, hotela. cafes. ! ; ' «tatJOns. farms, iiowo'd. £J3 Georze-itreet. »\_ ? E0lz'.2fl90. ? ? . ? j v 3JS3!!?KLETO-rs. — Wanted Manager . .for . ':' '. fruit farm; Married Couple, grazing farm; ; experience, milk, ? piough. Frockleton's, George-- ?, %Pfr- ? _ ? ^ ? £*, .: WiXTED experienced Mtchenmaid, city, com \nnsnce November Ji.. Apply :Box 1556, tnl3 Office. .--. ....... ... . : WANTED, Dairy Firm by fazniiy. with life' ' w-^ experience, not afraid _of work.: ' City ' Supply, Agency, Kinc House. 7' Queen-street. TOTAKTED Gardener, for BocKhampton Ipri- .' lJU rate hoJae- 1'W- °n premises. Apply, J WjfO ,-references. Bos 59. ...

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

3rd MONSTER MOTOR SALE Privately owned Car*;, Tracks. Cycles, etc., to be held on }-aturdjiy. loth, ar 2.S0 p til sharp. Ea-y terms arranjrcl . BRISBANE QUICK SALES AGENCY, Used Car Specialists, lower Ann-street, Cent. 71-24. YnlW. Auctioneers' Notices HOMES HOMES — HOMES TOO WONG. — A -weetly pretty lunijra loiv of 2 bedrooms, living, broatfi^t. kitchen, bath. Turner l-osltion. -i licrcJics. ?.is stove, c li^lit. water. irSSO, £100 doini. ASHGROVE. — (ircat little home, same dimension?, etc.. as above. £79.'.. £75 deposit. COORPAROO. — U'-Aiitiful m-tv l.un:i low. 3 hods., KJtiinc. brMlcfast rufms. Wtolicn. batli front, side voraii'Kis. SS7-'. £200 deposit. THORNTON & PEARCE, 'Home Specialists/' GEORGE-STREET (near Tritton's^. QUEEN'S BEACH, REDCLIFFE .This very desirable Seaside Home is situated about 2 minutes from Queen's Beach. Lovely view of Moreton Bay — a good position. Modern Home, containing 3 bedrooms, kitchen, dining-room, front veranda, garage, washhonce, bathro...

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

CORRESPONDENCE INQUIRERS PLEASE NOTE (Answered by dr. A. J- LEAVER, A.U-I.B.. Auft.. f.Bd^B.A.E.) Correspondents . are invited to be ez p'icit trhea describing their Ootot troubles, Quoting make, year, and n;6d*l of tbelr car. Tie n4iae and «d4T«ss oi the Inquirer mutst ba given, tliiilgh not for publication. A nom-de-ptume aa; be used. Queries cbncernlng cars, stationary engines, or ia6t6r beats are Interesting. It oi sufficient gtnferal interest they in form other user* of combuitacn «afbies. EepHes are fejren to 4U qniitloftg reach ing this office by TtturEdiy aftera66n.

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

DISC WHEELS. 'Motorist '' Writes:— I am#he 6\V|ier of a ? motor tha!^ has disc wheels. I liavp been Iniorcied that this type of wheel, is not up to the standard of spoke wood wheels. I would be veYy nmo!i obliged if you would inform me, through your motor columns, which is the most substantial to stand all con dition.*. Pt-:. Also, after starting th* motor and running for a -While, when foot is pressed on the accelerator, en gine stalls, and will not pick up until foot is pressed on the accelerator thrift or four times. Is mixture too rich or too weak? Answer. — Disc wheels bid fair to be come fiie final choice of the motorist, in regard to wheels. They have been proved to meet all conditions, in re gard to strength, durability, and ap pearance. Re engine stalling: Your description suggests that your car buretter has a very bad 'flat spot.' It is possible to get this state of affairs with either a weak or rich mixture. Get your carburetter adjusted by some one really capable. CONCER...

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

PROTECTION OF THE SPARE ' * TYRE. An inexpensive but efficient means 6f protecting the spare tyre consists of utilising an old inner tube. If this be cut around its inner side and then stretched around the pparc cover, it -will be found to serve the purpose of a pro tector.

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
PETROL SUBSTITUTES The Search for New Fuels [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926

PETROL SUBSTITUTES The Search for New Fuels Warnings are persistently given that Mie world's supply of crude oil, frbm which motor spirit is distilled, is strictly limited. While some of these warnings appear not to have beeri wholly disinterested, more weight may be at tached to the latest from tlie Special fedefa.1 Oil Conservation Board, ap foShted by the President $f the United States, -which, after a thorough in vestigation in the whole subject has rL*iir cmy v*nrs' siitthW of crude oil in the po(j1s which are knbwn to exist in proven territory. These pool* are esti mated to contain l£$ billions (thousands of millions) of American gallons. It is assumed in the report that the American consumption of crude oil will amount to 3], .'500,000,000 gallons a year which will exhaust all known supplies in six years' time. In 1924, 8,959,680,220 gallons of crude THE 'LANDSKIFF.' ? This unique little machine recently appeared on the streets of New York. The 'landslriff' is the invention o...

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

FRENCH-MADE AUSTINS. An advertisement appeared in a French newspaper «f recent date to the effect that the Austin Motoj Company desired to get into touch with an important French concern having the resources necessary to construct and sell, on a royalty basis, the 7 h.p. Austin. The French concern taking up the business would, distribute the cars throughout

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
SLEEVE-VALVE ENGINE BRITISH MODEL PRODUCED. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926

SLEEVE-VALVE ENGINE BRITISH MODEL fSODUCED. . Aii interesting announccnicnt has just been ni.-idc in Eiigland by the manu facturers of Vauxhal} cars reg.'irding tlrclr'Kdw Year lhodeis. The firm will ojfftr an eiitiVeW »ie«- model, a 2.*5/70-h.p. elecve-valve 6-ryliudor, Avhioh h3g hceii ttofoB^hiy tested during the pafet l'-i nionthB. and will, lie placed on :i full production -basis. The engine of the ivevr S.V/O-li.p. model is ciesrribfJ l-y -The Autocjur- as uaviag ipe uiiusuai feature of bo'mg able to revolve right up to its limit v without a vibration period, making it cxtrordinary quiet aiid flexible, while a car not perfectly tuned alid fitted with a heavy and ca pacious saloon body showed :i maximum Speed .of about Co miles an hour. This car * }$' aiso fitted with hydraulic four wheel brakes, with aa ingenious auto matic adjustment, tthich mechanically takes - up : any' loss of the liquid used in the brake cylinder and pipe, ana1 saves the -owner much trouble

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
MODERN TRAFFIC COURTS A Lesson from America [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926

modern Traffic courts A lesson from America The -'illustration, §ii tliife page shows ?how the Californisri %«tliori{iefc d«il with hrtacbes of traflre regulations with a movable jUBtic|-,di«rt. In Australia there hqvc been* recurrent agitations, fof. the . establishment ?''' of cocrts spcciallv to dfeal i/Ath sv--h cases, -and tie 'Kational Roads -and Motorists* Ateocifllion of N^w South' Wale6 -is eager to bring about the establishment iti Sydney of a special police' court lor ther hearing of t raffle taeefe. : ? - - ?' In 'Good ?Ro»aey» th6 official 6rgan of the N.ft.MJt:\ *th«c aiefeifittttTt eecretafy, Mf. JI. Riefeaj?dB, «irit«| tlrnt- tire 'aB6i-. ciation hks miht Inquiries Irfto tlie syp: ?tern in bpefatJbn''»n'i some 'of the bip AaiericiLn cities. It IcarnE that what jf- oailea a* caslTafid carry traffic cotirt is forking e?i«lieTrtly. ''To «juoti?' frbsn mail, advices on the ?^hjjy^.ii^.iterA^&^iflleards'. 'it it posr - fjfclefrfer .-an ^fegs^^^rr^ to pajr TflsTTnV...

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

? — - — J il ^k ^H VR ^J» ^B SB H B fl| EHH IB ^^ J^r f- * Performance is die Proof! v GO anywhere — in the city, where buildings shoot skywards; go into the, country and see 1 development works taking shape before your eyes — anywhere — everywhere — 'Republic' Trucks are in the service of Progress, giving amaz- ; ^A ing performance under every conceivable running , and driving condition. And so it is throughout the world. The samt: ; story of overcoming 'impossible' ' obstacles, bar riers overturned — 'Republic' irresistibly sweeping ? to the forefront of popularity. Just because it*s a good truck — consistently good. ;: And your transportation? Can anything less ?'? than 'Republic' satisfy?. Prove 'Republic' claims in your own line of commerce. 'Republic' will make good. There's a REPUBLIC Truck for every haulage need y One to five tons capacity ^By^^^yft ^^SI8Qft *^S^^9^^# «C&NCV t^SSfOj U«»«» ?tritr Cmk aid A«tlt!«t TOM* XBJfiBANK. ; - v 761. ' . - ' ' - ? /.?''-?? ? ? ?...

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. , ^,.i.A.u..l_:. _- *; ?'? ?'-???? J-r -???'? ??-?? I,,,.. ' . Queensland Road Tests : ~ ' - ItpieeetaGnria known to 'every Queensland Motorist - I *» «« -* tfas most gruelling tests a-car can undergo. ; ' A Crosdey was ^'jjected to tMs test ««J came through ; -'?' with £ying colours. It, was taken straight out of its : , f case «fid driven direct to Watwidk, through Spicer's r .| Gip, tbit«a» to T-HW6pmbfi; *nd bj[dc *O Brisbane — a ; * ' :^Mjsf .Jtt, 346 miles intone day.v ' ^ I - j ' ,'?'? . When ? the car »vas examined on i^tymit wa» -found & ;- !fbtt die radiator was completely jrlaC ilifwwgji no - WEtM-'had been added during ths itfjp, £I& tike &tap | required very little oiL The pstr©! eo|iSu*#i«r ir& - ?': 25 miles per gallon. Thesa facts are further proof «f CfdWey itopfeffttiry. J; Pic £399 BOYISH DOMINION MOTORS ;-? ' , LIMITED :r-?/&°l^dWARD MOTOR CO. LIMITED ?'?? ' . AD^^fe^P^Z-^W'-'' ' BRISBANE ^;-t;i»imiKrmi«mitar|i)1||)ll|i)...

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
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
FOR PICNIC OR CAMP Motor Touring Equipment [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926

FOR PICNIC OR CAMP' Motor Touring Equipment; ; The motorist who, as many will do during the next few mouths, under take a long holiday tour in his car, will find it useful to carry a certain umount of equipment, in addition to the outfit of tools and spares provided by the makers. If he. is only going for a day's picnic outing there will be a certain. amount of extra impedimenta to ail-I to the car, while if it is in tended to make ,-i prolonged holiday away from home, during which it is intended to spend some time camping out, there will !)« still more. First of all for the. cur it will be necessary to have a good spare wheel or run with a souim tyre ana tuoc, ana one- or two spar-j tubes may also prove useful. It is advisable to see that those nri; all souud, and that the valve parts have not perished. Examine also the .repair outfit, as solution has a. bad habit of drying up if the' tin is. riot opened txvasionally. An experienced motoring tourist also recommends that the .car sh...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
100 MILES LONG GREAT TRUNK ROAD [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926

100 Mpp LONG GREAT AUNK ROAD ? ?'? ' Extensive road 'reconstruction work ' is actively progressing in southern .New South ?.? IJTatts^'i.^W,- by the end of the year ,thertT;\should ,.be SO -nxajbi-. . ?of bituminous.. and:5f20 miles ofV/xe- v -' -; surfaced -road .bjet^riejen.;- Sydney '' iffia: . ; IGoulburn. Oji theJiWjhole.of the;trtas1r-^r' roads radiating lt;Sjn -: ^the ??? citj; it Jis:' - necessary., for trjrfftc' tp%' use deyiatiojaa in places to avoid reconstructiotu but instructions have /been ' issded'tby _; tfe» Main Boads£Board to ?its.engine.eTs'ito facilitate the passage- of ^traffic as much as possibleyat these places. According to autblhpblle . expert^ tiny one-man automoMJles; famil&r^iJa.^ ,, Europe will 4eT«lop - in'-- Amerie* :.-?;ifc;w: * order to .help -meet the geometrical progression of traffic congestion. ,

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

THE RIGHT PLACE FOR IT. With a determined look, and his hillj clulciicd in his hand., the tailor called on Brown. j He ^:ts shown to the defaulter's bed-) ?room by the landlady, and found hisj -iuarry snugly tucked up in the blankets. I ''Well, I'll be hanged if it isn't- iny . dear old pal, Ciossiegs,' srsid Brown, by; way of greeting. 'Shrike, old fruit.' Tii3, old fruit showed no inclination to do so:' but. instead, blandished his bill. ; 'Oil. you have brought your bill ivi'.t; : you,' said Brown, after a brief glance ;i': f!i-' document. 'Th:it 1 have.' replied the .jihe.r. 'rnid . v.ii:it:s more. J v.ant it fixed up right : away.' '?-\ly .-' ?iitimonts exactly.'' rejoin*1:! . Brown. 'Be good enough. C res slogs, ru, open yonder drawer.' ' The tailor, scenting money, rushed io the drawer, bn1 found iiotliing *'It inu.^t bo t!ie side drawer, surely. -r ennie. from the I'M. More ein]itiiio:. :.;id ;- threatening st''wl from Ihe searchc-r. : 'l':!i-(!ou, -'rt-ssy. old lii'.-ir, bu...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
ONTHLY MOTOR NUMBER BRISBANE'S ARTERIAL ROADS Links with Important Centres City Adopts Settled Policy of Construction [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926

iOii^ijn^ji^i^r^^^^^flroi^Tj^^iiTF^i^JEsr^^ BRISBANE'S ARTERIAL ROADS ? '?? — : ? , Links with Important Centres City Adopts Settled Policy of Construction The process of building sound and permanent highways is a slow one. Rome was not built in a day; -?? neither can one expect the construction of roads suitable to all types of motor traffic to develop like the proverbial mushroom. ftff^1' Since the creation of a Greater Brisbane a settled policy of road -construction has been adopted, and gradually the terrors of the past are being wiped out by the pleasures of the present. Mf^~ An arterial road programme, with highways running to all points of the compass, is being steadily pursued, and within a few years the metropolis should be linked up with other important centres by stretches of smooth, long-lasting surfaces. Some few months ago — in the annual motoring number of tbis journal — de- tails were given of the progress that was being made, throughout the State in., the building o...

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

CONVINCING HIMSELF. Two backwoodsmen knocked at the door of a house at the edge of the forest. 'Hello, Ed!' said one of them to the farmer who came to the door. 'Say. we come across the dead body of a man over there in the hollow an' we kinda thought -'twas vou.' 'That so? What'd he look like' asked the farmer. 'Well, he was about your build ? 1J ''Have on a grey flannel shirt?' 'Yes.' ; 'Boots?' I 'Yes.' ' j 'Was they. linen boots or hip boots'' 'Let's see. Which was they, Charley, knee boots or hip boots?1' Oh, yes, they was hip boots-' 'No,' said the farmer. .,' 'Twasn't me.'

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
ONE HE HADN'T HEARD. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926

ONE HE HADN'T HEARD A young man had been trying bis wit ! on his t'ellow-n-iissengors in Ihe train, and ' they were getting rather tired of it. When ;in old man in the corner spoke up, they listened with interest. ''Here, young msm,' said he, 'Ho per sons were walking down the street. One was tall, the other short. Tho tall one was ihi- short one's j=on, but tho short one was not the 1:ill one's father.' 'That's impossible,' said the young fellow, after puzzling for :i while. l'.\o. it's a fact,' said the older man. 'What relation, then, was the short one to him?' } 'His mother.'1 ]

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