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BROADCASTING VALUE TO COMMUNITY THE POSSIBILITIES [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926
BROADCASTING ? — ♦ — VALUE TO COMMUNITY THE POSSIBILITIES The Broadcasting Company of Austrn Iuj^ offered three prizes l'or essays (five guineas, three guineas, and two guineas) in connection ? with the South-street (BnllaraO competitions this year. The possible points were 100. 'Brenda,' with 06 points, was awarded the first prize, 'Ventura.' with 91, the second, 'Yuppe Toppe/V with SS. the third, and.'Shore- ham' received honourable mention. The essays w'll be broadcast by 3LO Mel bourne. Mr .Long, M.A., supplemented his de cision witn rue lonownig comments.: — Though the judging of essays is tedious and exacting work, I have rather enjoyed the tusk' tli at I have just completed. This was owing, perhaps, to the fact that the subject was a Y.t-c one, and one in
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926
^H|jiip^atetir Racing Clob H^'-r KOVB&BER «. ? BJ'S _ RACES ? ? .8 '? HP|ipt|fcnis direct to' Court* every few ?Pl3|:pRICES OF ADMISSION: B^fPafiiaock: GcntleJjen 10/ (including ?PpxV^jwdies: SJ (including tax). ?^Jtiiinri JGtartietten, 2/0 ^including KpjtfO; Wies 2/9 (including tax), ^m^fotori, Vehklee. and Horses Free HpH^^V- ? E. J. LAWRENCE, Bg-''*^:**'T Manager. lpl!lllillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll| H Diamonds | li *or 1 II Nothing J llfcagB ? in fact, any fret effer for noth- j= ikS- Ins sounds catehy, and you wonder —- Blg~Sg ?' wber* to step *«. 55 KiT-»S . Step off at Alexanders, who make — E^SS NO free catch trado Offers. Instead, — ; Kbb : we five 100 *er tent value in ter- ~ IK3£- Vloe for money expended, which ss Hk§SC loaves no room for free gifts. = WSmSSSl The word Alexanders is synonym- =: llsSjg «bs with flood will, which can only == p$S fee obtained after years of honest SSS ES^S ?ffort ' ? ~ BsfejSS All classes «f dry-cleaning aatfscS P-']gS ~ dye...
PATH OF EMPIRE. ACTION NOT NEW IDEAS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926
PATH OF EMPIRE. ACTION NOT NEW IDEAS. Tb» Imperial Conference . is now sitting in London, and momentous questions are aw&ftlnf solution at its. hands. 'What is now required is not new life or new ideas, - but a determination to adopt a definite - course of action, and on the praetfeabi- ; ' lity «C that course the whole future of ' . the Empire and tbe cohesion ot its seve ral units may depend.' This is the opln ' ion of ftt.' Hon. Sir 'Frederick Lugard, an authority en constitutional natters, expressed in an article to appear In to . morrow's issue cf 'The Daily Mail.'' The article is an illuminating survey: of the history of Imperial relations and the prob lems which confront those statesmen on whom devolves the task of preserving the : unity of the Empire and at the same time ? safeguarding the autonomy and national . aspiration* cf each of its component parts. : The article will make .a strong appeal to ' all thoughtful. Australians. It will appear . in te-morrow's issue...
OUR WIRELESS CIRCLE USES OF RADIO EDUCATIONAL ASPECTS MR. JAMES NANGLE'S VIEWS [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926
i OUR WIRELESS (MCLEl USES OF RADIO EDUCATIONAL ASPECTS MR- JAMES NANGLE'S VIEWS -Mr. James .Nanglp. director of Techni cal Education in Xew .South Wales, and government Astronomer, contributes the following highly interesting article to 'Wireless Weekly*'; - In ancient times n;on '-ouimiiuicated their thought and reasonings to others as we do now, by writing and speaking. The ancJente. however, were without means of manifolding their writings, and their audiences were restricted. The great philosopher, Kuclid, taught a smalt school of philosophers, who, in wj--» mm, s.jji-fc.e to otuer small schools, and thus his wonderful geometrical reasonings were passed to posteritv. There are in .a few museums of the world priceless treasures in the form of Egyptian writing on papyrus. Ex cavations of the rsites where stood ancient cities in Crete have brought forth tablets in pottery ware inscribed in strange writings, which tell of. events at a time when t'.-L-v were made. M\ of our knowledg...
ROYAL MARRIAGE SWEDEN—BELGIUM SIMPLE CIVIL CEREMONY [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926
ROYAL MARRIAGE SWEDEN— BELGIUM SIMPLE CIVIL CEREMONY . fAUSTBAiUN CABLE SEBVICE.) STOCKHOLM, Saturday.— The tjivil marriage of Princess Astrid of Sweden, to Leopold, frown Prince of Belgium* was celebrated in the hali of tie Boya'l' Palace, which was richly decorated with flowers ov.d tapestries. The kings of Sweden, Belgium, Denmark, and Norway attended. Princess Aslrui was dressed in -white' satiU; with a train four yards .long,. She had eight maids of honour and. eight pages. Prince Leopold wore a grena dier's khaki uniform. The burgomaster conducted a brief,, simple 'ceremony,? coneJuding, '-d declare you man and wife.' A salute of 21 guns followed. . . - . ? ?? t
"MODEL BABIES" BEAUTY AT BIRTH REVIVING A LOST ART [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926
'MODEL BABIES' _ — ^ — ? BEAUTY AT BIRTH REVIVING A LOST ART (AUSTBALU.V CABLE SERVICE.) J.U-MJUA, Saturday. — 'Wiiy. noi; model the babies?' asks Lady WaJ burga Pager in an article published by the 'New Ilealth Magazine.''' She suggests the creation of a. .beau tiful race by modelling thq children's faces immediately they 'are boru; aud urges the -training cf ?''sculptural nurses.'' This means the reviving of the' lost art as practised by the Mexican In dians on the offspring of great Spanish families in olden lime.
IN NIGHT ATTIRE FAMILY'S ESCAPE LONGREACH BLAZE [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926
IN NIGHT 4TTIRE FAMILY'S ESCAPE I.ONGREACII BLAZE LOXGEEACIf, Saturday. — About '2.1» this morning fire totally des troyed Mrs. Bright *s residence in Wren-street. The fire brigade received the alarm too late to save anything, the delay being due to the distance Mr?. Bright *s son had to go to a tele phone. The house was insured, it ...is understood, with the State Insurance Office for £500. It is thought that the fire wa3 caused- by. a si^ric froin thes stove. ? .Mrs. Brig-Jit. Vr stii. aim another lady and two children were sleeping ou the front . veranda, and managed to escape in their night attire.
BETTING TAX Bookmakers' Opposition Totalisator Suggested [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926
BETTING TAX ? \ ? ? ?-.-.??.- Bookmakers' Q^ppsiiiop Totalisator Suggested - ? - ? - ? ?*?--- - ? LONDON, Saturday. — Elaborate plans for fighting the betting-tax ' include an intensive publicity campaign by- the Betting Duty Reform, enlisting the support of members of Parliament ia the holding of meet ings, ana possibly the proposing of an alternative scheme to cost ' £20,000, to be raised fcy public subscription. The advisability of using the totalisator will also be considered. The totalisator proposal emanated from the Racecourse Proprietors' As sociation, which is seeking the sanction of the Jockey Club. The attendance at the 'Windsor meet: ing was so small that the railway 'com:! puny cancelled the special trains to the racecourse, wh^eh was dotted with promiscuous 'meetings, at' wliieh book makers harangued .the crowds. One. of them declared that the Government .was acting like -Mussolini: .another blamed the newspapers for ngt defending '- the most honest 'people in thevworl...
FROM THE HARBOUR CITY [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926
—FROM THE HARBOUR CIH (By A. P.) . While suu sJiiucs oiic day an-3 :t rold win'! Mows tl)c next, it is very difficult . to s:iy 'what should he worn. But tljo. lengsli of smart fnxks. the sleeve-, which aro ^t ill the modi', and other details arc [ slowly crj-ftanissiiiK inlo a standardised , form'. l'rotry frocks, .-ill frothy with : frills, nve very niodWh. They arc short ;«t:ll, 1-iir well below th.' km-e; -even rbe ; aud:ii-ious flssjipcv r--nlisPs that a short ; froc:k lieennios sonicwlint ^lMirtcr. when I its owin-r is walking. AVhyn &lw is stand ; iiig licforc 4!icKJa?s to Jmvi- it triol on lit is as well to omnliasisfi that imi'Oi ; taut f.-.-i-t. The «-::inihinlkers or i:imi i knif-kws. :ts thry :nv sometimes called. 'have hei'ome ..in :il--o!me nocessiry. and ; everyone isl»uviu.. thpm.-ov haviuji thcni made. It reduces the weight of i-lot liiiig rcii»isite for suniniortinie f-o'.isidorably. ! A riutahlo' frock t1):it h.is been made 'for 'the Cup prosentod some of ...
BESTOWING PRAISE APPRECIATION AND PLATITUDES [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926
BESTOWING PRAISE APPRECIATION AND PLATITUDES Praise , is a beautiful, act. Praise, like nierr-y, .uhou3d 'lie twice blessed He or she who praises should be '.r lagged in mind and humbled, in spirit by the very act of praise- True praise is made up of humility, generosity, dis cernment and the j-are faculty for see ing similarities and seeing differences. When we praise something which by rea son of its excellence 'is' considerably re Jivoved. f.roui ourselves, we raise our selves nef.rtr ii — hni only ' if we' are aware of the distance between it and ourselves. SIGNIFICANT SILENCE. Much that passes for praise in the world is not praise at all, but mere self-approval. seJf-assertiou, self-love. We have a little, probably a. very little knowledge of the a.rts. ? But how we like to make other people listen to that knowledge! With how much screwing up of eyes and pursing of lips aud put ting the head on one side, and with, how .confident a smattering of 'art' talk we give forth our opin...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926
™ of view. ? 5 (f^t*% Wrist and Pocket jffi^mV I | \\\Vff WATCHES Um ?V -*1 \dtvliy De?i&ns fovO^Ten and Women MBjjKp I * FBOM AU. COOP JEWEUEBS eftQJfe&i. rs. THE WORLDS o^r f | SALE EXTRAORDINARY ?3 ,? STAT.TI.ING MONEY SATING BARGAINS. 11 VIC. JENSENS :- ? at -??????? ? . - £' AEB SHdWING HI-JH-GKJLDE SHOE S IN LATEST STYLES AND DESIGNS i- n- FOR ALI,. -' i_ PAYING POSTAGE ANYWHERE. : ..*.??' ' ? . ' , - ;.' ' *#?.' . . . ' , ? ? '?'?? »S ? ' Ncat latent Leather Shoe, parch- Smart Tan- Crocodile A-ik3c Bar v «? . mant strap and fancy overlay, pump Shoe, plain fronts, pump soles v -B soles; Baby Wart iecls. covered new sports heels. ??? «- ''/?'' r, hr ???' - -v' ??-' ??' ?? ?' '-?? ' '?' ? ; - '.'????' ?;VS; £,' TA3WBES?1A»JS»-WIIH HIGH GRADE SHOE BARGAINS. ';;.. «a ' . .'1 .1 .',.,.., f -??? '?' J' I ? ' ? ?' ? ' ?' ? : ? ? ? 1— - ? : ? . '?-' *. ' GSeiat.*8^ -Brcssy Patent lesthcr Goality E«e Ca!f Oxford Shoe? :: Golosh Oxford . Shoos, grey reptile. ? perforated...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926
Manchester : ; viand Jupreme \ A Special Offer of Mosquito Nets ? ]20 Readv-made White Mosquito Nets, the very hest qualities, for Half Tester or Italian Top Beds. Shaped to reach floor all round, will not shrink in the drop. For 3ft beds. 8j- vards round. ]I3in drop. 'Usually 32/6, Special Price 26/11. For 3ft 6in beds, 9lyd round. ] I3in drop. Usually 31/1 1; Special Price- 28/11 For 4ft 6in beds, lOivd round. ]]3in drop. Usually 37/11,' Special Price, 30/11. Swiss Embrd. Valance Nets Special Exhibition in -... the Mauajphester Dcp*t. vqf Genuine . Svriss Emr . . broidercd -Applique :'Val-! ahce Nets, also- Svriss Mosquito Nr-t Trim^ niings- fro-m 2l* to ' ;^riV . 'inches wide. The ?newest designs and best values ?? -- ffercd for years. V.ilance Nets, 24 to 27in ? wide, beautiful ? desitrns. Prices. 2/1 1. 3 rG: : 3/Lt- ; 4/fi. I/IT yard. ', j Reduced Prices I ' X 1 on Towels, ''\*: \ j | Linens, Sheets, I | etc. . '.,;.''. 1 S Bargains in Mosquito 2Cets. in Pillow SlijisJ in S ' ...
MUST BE INVISIBLE [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926
IvKJST BE INVISIBLE r-jshion Ikis no objectieu to kut^s L'cinu visible ai time.--, but it i.-i el) ridercd :i .'sav^orial faux pas for g.-ir ti-i-5 t'.' .sl)-Aj'.':- T'.'eret'di-'1. ro«»d g:»r- ? UTS ha\i* 1'ipetr eliminated from -t'K' costume of the r-inart woman. lust ?.?:?..! j she dons a bcU of «-rcpc de chine with garters of piik -.ribbon attached. Thcj-v hold t.he ptyckir.gs smoothly in place ; SDd th« garters ar-^ uot in evidence. I rvn thfiucb tbe jijfirt is of the very . brief ty p'. Truth V.sv a stnrtliiig way of shcr.v ius itself ia nnespertcd guise is uu-,'
A SAD CASE CIRCUMSTANTIAL EVIDENCE [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926
A SAD CASE CIRCUMSTANTIAL EVIDENCE \ ?..-?''' ? I '?Here f am.' said ,T;iue gayly, to her; little -ollice arsiitant. 'And iu i lief short time I fi'ave been out 1 have not! only had a substantial luncheon — inure; substantial than I should have, eaten.) and oosthifr more than 1 can atV--rd — but - I have been a spectator to a choice uiL: of comedy. ? 'Oli, toll me about it.' exclaimed inc. little assistant, torgettiny in her; curiosity that she had been very hungry a few minutes before. ( '?Well.'' began Jane, 'ax the next table; to mine a big. well-dressed,, good-lookin;: ! but rather sad-eyed man was scateiii with a little i-oy about two years old.i The little boy was evidently a spoiled darling, for the. man was having hi*' him in good humour. There is no den\-i ing it — there ? is eoniething pathetic ill; the spectacle of a man — especially a bie ; man — trying in his mannish awkward way to perform the little offices for a child that come so natural to a .woman., But ii he carri...
CEILINGS THAT ARE DIFFERENT [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926
\:-!||Sp?s4TMAT ?ARE Most people admire . oak-beamed I ceilings. Such' a,: -room has an '^air of ; distinction, but oat . beapisXare for; the few, and though most1 'of _' tie must ; perforce be content -with other schejneii f of ceiling decoration, yet they need j be no less distinctive. -? i There are alternatives .. ..t'o white- ; wash, though so many people just call j in the decorator and let him work his j will in that medium. ?? The papered I ceiling, for instance;-1 though quite ; cheap, has the advantage that it --on- ; ceals a bad surface and itself never; cracks. A little mjoi'£ expensive are the; beautiful embossed papers that give ? the effect, of -, -well-proportioned panel- ; ling. Though/it is solid in appearance j this imitation panelling is fo light in ' weight as to be very easily handled., Jt. adds iuime;isur;iljle dignity to a. room. If a pl.-tin ceiling- paper is employe^, it is ;i happy idea to have a border of p::le hued flowers combined with a' centre plcve t...
BARNES' ANNIVERSARY SALE [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926
BARNES' ANNIVERSARY SALE j Messrs. Barnes, Ltd.. will comment- j orate the fifth anniversary of the opening of their department stores on J Broadway by holding an Anniversary ; Sale, conunencing to-morrow. Mauy ( exceptional bargains will be offered ; at this great event., and every line ; (except a. few proprietary articles i ! will be subject to at least, ten per j cent, or two shillings in the £ dis- j count. Tbe free taxi service will con- j tinue to carry passengers from the i vauey comer to Messrs. carnep, jjiq., snd big business :s anticipated by the firm. The Manchester department is making; many sacrifices to induce a apeedj- clearance of good?, as also are the other departments, including drefs goods, fancy goods, footwear, and showroom. In the 'Bargain Bazaar' special pale prices will mean a sub stantial reduction on already low priced articles. The announcement of Meers. Barm??, Ltd.. published else- ' where in this isvue- is full of very at tr»i'Vive offers, and special...
WOMEN AND CHILDREN'S UNDERWEAR [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926
WOMEN AND CHILDREN'S UNDERWEAR T. C. Beirne's, by a large advertise- ! rr«!nt occupying page 37, announce, a Fpecial clearance of underwear for women and children. This clearance is the outcome of the management de ciding to reduce stocks in tVic under clothing department. Coming as it does at the commencement of summer, ' when the need for frequent cool changes becomes essential to comfort, this sale trill be welcomed by shoppers ; anxious to save money on their under- j clothing purchase. The particulars are given in the full page advertisement, i Clearance starts on Tuesday, Xovem- j l.-er ?. ' |
MAKING THE ROADS SAFE [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926
MAKING THE ROADS SAFE Keeping the road clean with an dec- ! tro-aiagnet is a new idea. Nails, bolts, j wire, and scrap metal cause punctures, ; and ail arc attracted by a n.agnet, Therefore, reasoned the road keepers, why not scour the auto Toatl for them by means of a. ha?:' magnet? Fultowiiig this idea, thex- outfitted a motor truck with a large cireuliir « tPetrc-maguet hung from the rear, reaching to about four inches above the surface of the j toad. From five mijes of road, accord- ! ing to the ''Edison Monthly.' more than j 1301b of nails, wire, and other bits of ! metal were caught by the magnet. : ? . i
PUZZLES RIDDLE-ME-REE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926
PUZZLES RIDDLE-ME-KEE. My first is in finger, but not in thunil-; Sly second's in buzzer, but not in . hum : My third is In riddle, but not in guess: My fourth is in mercy, but not in bless; My fifth is in anger, but not in joy; My sixth is in woman, but not in boy: My seventh's In sorry, but not in sin : My whole's a preat country Europen within. FOUK WORDS IX ONE. What is the word of seven letters in which the first two letters signify a man, tlie arst three a woman, the first four a brave man, and the whole a brave woman? Conundrum.— How deep is the sea ? Conundrum. — When m^y a chair be said to dislike a person? Martin Hambleton will acknowledge all an swers if received by Saturday. November 13. ANSWERS TO PUZZLES OF OCTOBER 24. Riddle-mc-reo.— Spectacles. Seaside Resorts. — Manly, Jfaroortiydore. Currumbln, Sandpale, Wynnum, Pi&iba. Conundrum. — A 'safe' robbery. Conundrum. — Smiles, because Hick is a mi.'c between the first and last letters. Correct answers were receiv...