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SAFETY VALVES FOR MODERN BOY Home Attractions: Plenty of Athletics [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926

SAFETY VALVES FOR MODERN BOY Home Attractions: Plenty of Athletics «y dog The. man wbo b-sko ihe bunk The boy. his education and upbring ing generally, are vexed questions the world over, because of thr younger frrii eration's rapid absorption of the modern epii*it. Tlic subject is dtefussod by :i» American school Master in the '*' Kew York, 'World,' and much of what he has to .«ay may give pause for reflect: on to Aus tralian parent!; and guardian?. Here a're some extracts:— SAFETY VALVES. After .specialising: in the study of The Boy for over twenty years, T view the *:gcnii4' with more intense ndm'r.-ition tnan ever, .ana tnis, aespire me aepreca tions of in alarmed and hysterical adult tforld which decries the .modern youtli and ? his disposition tuward jazz, speed, frivolity, and his apparent luck of de* sire for accomplishment along the Mhps of serious purposp, steady application, and 'successful achievement. .One cannot deny that things are tvrong,' and radically so,- -with th...

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

WHEN IN DOUBT When ''his*-' birtsiday comes along ! a mere woman is always in great I doubt what to buy as a present. Men are so uncertain and difficult to please in this way. But if he is a wireless enthusiast he is bound to appreciate s. usfful aud ingenious penknife. It may ho. had iu nickel or silver, and the handle is marked out as a three-inch rule, while it contains sorewdrivfr, file l-la«l-». two Fpannor?. and :t striyi P»t for :7i*ii!.i*orf ivii-f.

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
WEDDING GUESTS DUTIES DEFINED PRESENTS EXPECTED [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926

WEDDING GUESTS DUTIES DEFINED PRESENTS EXPECTBD An invitation to a -B-edding mciur a wedding pjesent, whether you are able to accept it and be present at cere mony and recdption or not. inversely, if you dispatch your pie ient as soon as you see the announce ment that the ntamage U to take p!»ce. you may expect t0 rereivc a card for it Or, if it i§ to be a quiet affair, at ajiy rate an intimation from the bride- in lier letter of ackuowledgment that friends will be wclcoEie to witness the ceremony. PRESENTS FOR BOTH. Wedding presents intended for both are always addressed to the brid* st her home. EneloBe merely a visiting ca.rd, bearing a penned message of good wishes, which may be displayed with your gift among the other presents. Be fit the church in good time before the bride. It is unvrj-it-en etiquette that she arrives last in the porch. At a smart wedding ushers ghow quests into their seats; the friends of the two principals sitting on opposite sides of the aisle. So one must...

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

MATCH YOUR PERFUMES If you w-ear one of the new rubber pos:ea oft the $honl4er of yonr evening froek, you Will find that the flowers are elrea«y scented -with tb«»r own. pn* ficular perftfine.. (They are realJy aroasr ing ftfrairg, for not only do they com pletely deceive one's eye, but they also feel and emell just like real flowers.) But if you use «lk, velvet or chiffon floweff, do be chid and put the ap propriate perfume on them! To wear a. fcpray of r6s«F, and smell of lilac or violete, is eirnf ly not done At all nowa days!

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

l^ttlii^^HilMi B B B B B B B B B B B B B iliJLIP B_D _? fit II H B B H B @__B 0_B j_g,,.B B H B D -_H _B B. BiBBB H;D'B BVB' If f^ ? I (Rp rkVERSTOCKED! In order to reduce stock in our Underwear Department we have made big price cuts on all classes of Women's -JlwBlE^SPv^ v -I Pi U and Children's Underclothing-price reductions which mean much to you. Summer weather calls fo frequent changes of cool m^^rM^mjW^''' ' 'I '?-. ! / I underwear.— NOW is a rare opportunity of supplying your wants at a big saving. 4W^JLLirT1^' ,™, .... ? ,,©7 .^B- Pj :?? A^HItDREN'S STVED m| -PYJAMAS, button back, also I flap. Sizes, 2, 3, 4. Usual Price, r m\ 2/9 and 2/J, TO CLEAR AT ::; ' V6': ' ? ? -, ? .'' SizC^/Usual Price, 4/6. ^ ^f €^^J-fCE PRICE, 2/3 f B^feffliiDR^N'S C*EPE ? '* M&BTDRESSES, scalloped ** ' neck and sleeves. In Sky, White ? *£# Fink. Sizes, 24, 27, 30im. _i Usual Price, 3/11. ;?? - CLEARANCE PRICE. 2/11 '_ ' *'' Sizes 33, 36, 39ins., Usual Price, *.'? — 4/11. ' ~ m] CLEARANCE ...

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

^DJbVOUR CHILD WAKE ' Irf^.MoU.ertlftonguiwConted.giw ' :%; ?SM c f Calif ornia Syrap of Figs' t» j £?*'?. .':/?'.;? ' Oi^tbe Bowel*. ? ? : - ,5{ -??* ' ' ; Mother ! Your child isn't naturally cross ?? .' Mid peevish. See if the tongue is coated ; , 'f. .'Cv^hiMa a sure sign that its Kttle stomach. . fe' liver and bowels heed attention at once. .'?; » 'When, listless, pale,. feverish, 'stuffy' ; ?''*? ''' *fth cold, tbroat.sore;r-when the child has : talfited breath ?-— v ^rsv^ ! ;. ?; . »ftd dofesnt *C&i£\i '-^SCt^ ' Oat; sleep, c*&(?jf*£*\ ?^l^f : '.-, act TotanDv. tBiiLtePNv Is- TT ' erftaestoma'-h- ^^*^^-^ji^T\ I ache or diar- ^-=teJc^_31P — / ? ,i rbtea, remem- l/*)^' / hfcr, .a gentle / jA / ? 3iv#rand bowel xSJr ^^ # i shtrald alwavs ^7'A^»^X ' «? . bfe the first if // 'V/ \V : treatment JfySJ I \\ ' givem ' (r/Vl / \ ^ *? ' Koi h i n g |v M n V fa e^ual to, . ; -? ' Califbrn ia Syrup of -Fjgs ' . for cuildren 's - ills; give a do^e. aad in ;4 few hours all | ...

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

Men Wha f^k 1 Smoke rl^T^j Can have whiter, \^^ Jy ' safer teeth s^~i**m-- THERE is a way to winter, safer teeth. Millions have adopted it. Dentists every where advise it. Men and women, wherever you look, show its good effects. A ten-day test which is free to you will show you what it does. Accept it, in fairness to yourself. Film Coats are 'Dingy Teeth are coated with a visccus film. You can feel it now.' It dings to teeth, enters crevices, xnd stays. Let film reman and it socu dis colours. Then it forms dingy coats. Tartar is based on film. That's why there are so many teeth that people dotr't like to show. The Tooth Wrecker Film is also the tooth wrecker, the cause of most tooth troubles. It holds food substance which ferments and forms add . It holds the acid in contact with the teeth to cause decay. Germs breed by millions in it. They cause many serious troubles, local and internal. ^os- Tno Combatants Deatal science, after long re search, has found two film com batants. One a...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
WOMEN Ms.P STRIKING CONTRAST LADY ASTOR AND MISS WILKINSON [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926

WOMEN Ms.P STRIKING CONTRAST LADY ASTOR AND MISS WILKINSON The two outstanding n-omen meift hors of tje House of Commons are Lady Xaucy Astor, GoAfettVativ* Jbem bcr for Plymoutli. and Ellen Wilkinson, the Lancashire ir*de union org&niser who won her Labour party seat When she was 32. They are extraordinary contrasts, not merely as feminine per sonalities but as representatives of tvro generations of woriien. Ellen. Wilkinson is i&tcfcsting be cause she is the first /woman strictly o£ i lie post-suffrage, vintage to win an important, place in public life. tine was in iier 'teens when the war Vvoke out. She was a eehool girl nierely v-hon the r-iilitaiit autrragettes gave thc-bitter fighting slogans that: re placed the persuasive ones that did not persuade. Lady Astor vi-as not a Suffragist at all. let alone a fighting 6r.-; Ellen 'Wilkinson does not renioin hc.r when a woman niight not make herself at lionje jn national polities. Coming frorii a Trorking-class family...

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

BETRAYING HANDS 'Blood rells' — it mi^ht be said as truly, 'hands telL' ' Breeding, personality and character are all be trayed by the hands and the way they are kept and moved. The woman of nervous temperament fiJgets with her fingers. She cannot keep still, and is continually and un consciously touching her. face, her clothes and objects near her. The ehy girt does not know -what to do with her hands; she is awkward and selfcon scious of them. TJicy need to learn fbat good breeding demands repose und unobtvuHveness where their hands :tTe concerned. 1 Xever point deliberately, wave your hands about when describing an inci dent, or finger another person's clothes in close conversation. These are little habits, probably unconscious, which ;iro in bad taste. Over-manicured bands with tinted, preposterously pointed nails, are as un sightly as ill-kept ones. The smart woman takes particular care of them, keeping the skin smooth and white, and the finger- tips well groomed. A minute or t...

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

Record Snisfeii ! ? Championship Holders! THBpPv®' . ? ','-? ;?',??.. --*--aa v ? ? . _ ?' -:': .'?? ^' - '; '-^i Everyone likes to win Championships because it is a great feat and all classes of machines 'Z~-Z compete. Indian has woithily won and proudly holds all the Queensland and Australian Championships worth holding. ' ,v- ? There is nothing on wheels to out-do the Indian for speed. : Come anrf see ihese won^erfuV Indians — tWpVs miles and years ahead of all oiberc. MASSEY Bioide& Sports Depot CREEK STREET BRISBANE 758. ??:.-._- I 1 ^??????i ? I .Jl

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 Anil, a lump of Uneedjl -j ' V ? wnti tave saved them. At ? } &e first sign of a cut in Ae . V ? cover— -before grit and water ^ ' J work in and rot the fabric— X Knead in ( U HE EDIT / for Cuts in Cover s I ' ' J 'II becomes welded into place — ? ., / vulcanized by die heat of travel. . A Skips fabric rot and* blow-outs. . ' J Another tyte is saved &om the ' 7 sceapheap! And the cost of a new , Ifcte' *? j\«, tyre :.i» ? saved in ? your . bank - (f )? oocounL ? Uneedif — the eastj-io- - yj woitiyre insurance cost* you 71 Ml§t froit* any '£??? '* * - ?-? ????'? ' ? i[ ',.'?.-??-. '.'?'? :;„ , VQD. want -9, conscientious fJ . ? :'jmA-*a!p&ct -gaxagi to ': . ha&dk thtt repairs and ad i ^- 'Joitpjira^ «f ^ur car or ^ 4'.' . ? nwitor' ' eyde; ? you want -' -i supplies that ybnr garage y '*m gnaxjititee; Then 'you ^ want us. '. We'itock' spare parts, tyres / ?' ? thai give you raost mileage ? -'??-and1-...- -? .?.'?Sjf .?? . .. ?? ?.?-???? y '?Pi^ih&...

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

IPSWICH LO WOOD'S OPENING GAMt. H'SWrC'I. Sat'trday.—I.owood came into 'he s?nior : flst'jres ',X the ipswVh assorr'ation {,-.- day. J\.ur senior teams are now In tl:c co;o !-etlt:cn. Be suits: — PlRST GRADE. C.Y.M.S.- v -J^uwoo(i.--Lowood, first innin'% -?- (W. rVirnhill C.S not ciuU. Kowling: 4. Murphy tlsr'o: for 2i-. W. Paten one for 2:: E. FriiuentVldP!- none for 14. C.T.M.S.. 1r-f inninca. .185 (Uickaon 4C not ,out. J. M'Brieu 37, W. p«tn 34, E. FrauentVlder 25. Bell!;' IS, J. Vldproni 13)-. Bowiir.p: MXally Tvc for .no, H. Talmer four for 3j. Pointing nric for fl. . - .Railways v St. Paul's. -ItsIJways. first inn ii-SS, 136 (U. ' Phillips 56, 3. RosltledRp J7. .1. M'-V.li 13). Bowline* P. Harris four for 32. E. Ilusse'l five for 19. V. Penman none for 'J, E. IScttKcr none for. 21. .T. Stewart none for lri, W. Peel noue for 1H. Sr. Paul's. 2rst iunlnf.', 9-1 (M. IVaehey 37. A. Field, 14. E. Russ?1! 13. T. IVn:u:m 11 not oui). Bowl!i»: J. Rrtuledse four for 21. K. riiilUi-3 tvr...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
AIR MAILS BRISBANE-TOOWOOMBA TIME-SAVING SYSTEM [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926

AIR MAILS BRISBANE-TOOWOOMBA TIME-SAVING SYSTEM An application-.-to carry aerial- mails between the. two [cities 'bos been lodged by 'Quantas'Vand Mn A: J. Christie. The Deputy . -Postmastter-Ofineral, has the matter under his consideration for recommendation. The proposed air mqYi schedule opera ting under a summer timetable is as follaivs: — Up trip:— Leave Brisbane 6.30 a.m. daily, except Sundays; leave Eagle Farm aerodrome 7 a.m. daily, except ?Sundays; arrive Toowoomba ground, 7,50 a.m. daily, except Sundays; arrive Toowocmba G.P.O., S.10 daily, except Sunday*. Down trip: — Leave Toowoomba G.P.O., .11 a.m. daily, except Sundays; LAW OUTWITTED Some moirths apo a weakness was discovered in the Victorian regulations prohibiting the leaving of unattended ears In certain city streets.. Astute legal brains discovered, that the Act could penalise only those . who- left their ears in the street and provided the motorist did riot Inform the police that he had left the ear and declined t...

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

PRIMARY SCHOOLS ! RECORD OPENING ? PARTNERSHIP No fewer tlian fSyc rcnturlcs were recorded : lu last week's games among primary schools, in addition to a number of other creditable scores. 1, Murray, the brilliant Coorparoo ? all-rounder, beaded the, list with a chanceless 32S not oiit. it -was a ? grand display, and Included 27 boundary shots. V. Remolds, the prominent Central. coll, batted magulilrentry his IIS not out being compiled without a' blcmlslL Four, 6's and 17 boundaries were In cluded in his score. It is nbtirorthy that, tiiuugli Cen trals have boasted a strong team during ?; the. past fire seasons this is ihe = first century tuat Is- credited to them. Fol Jowing on his century of the prerlous week. splendidly, and remained unconquered with .101 to Ms1 credit. Tliis latter achievement is - the more meritorious when It is realised that -? It was made iigainst the formidable bowling of Kangaroo. Points. The other two centuries were recorded by Burandas. Tappln 143 not out...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
MOTOR CYCLING Topical News and Notes CHARLIE SPINES DOUBLE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926

MOTOR CYCLING , ? . — -+*- ? : ? Topical News and Notes CHARLIE SPINES' DOnBLE. Chailio .Spinks lias now two line tTo phief to his r.redit tlirougii winning the Silver (-annt:--t and the silver Sish at tlio Exhibition Speedway. He is un doubtedly one of the cleverest riders in this State, mid i?hows hjs tkill by tak ing every advantage of l-i^ track know ledge. However, he will be periouhly ?,-hnllengf.d in the futur:. as tiierij are t^voral riders show!;- , twollejit promise, and with tin's f.4endy improvi'iueiH- in forni th« racitijr should become, equal to anything s-;en in tiie Commouwealtii. -\-Xt Satniday Frank IVarcc. who holds the Golden Helmut, win j,e called upon to dofend his title. Pcarca gave some brilliant expositions of ridinjr in the nientinjr Jj^si Saturday night, but js his machine did w-i. comply v.itli Ihn rdwer conditions J)« ua- unable to com pete with his Douglas in the big event. From the b.-u-k mark in tin- mile lian Jifap for all power? he 'looked a likely ...

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

SECONDARY SCHOOLS ? C GRADE. Commercial. Eisli School, fll (Breinner !-J Beale 38). 'lAnrJin;: Fisher five for 27. Bris bane High Si-iiooL, 83 (Bourke t3, Lewis 17: .Howling: Mulil'. fctir for in.' 0 GRADE. Itrjsbane Boys' College, ' 42 (Maxwell .11 Barber ,13). Bowilng: A. MulU one for 4, Carlson fou; for S. Commercial High School, ^. 132 (A. Mual 39, KelJy «0J. Nudgee Vt, 96 (Peskctt 32. England 151. Bowling: Hosaack four for 29. LTilman thfea J for 24. B.B.C.. .118 and none for 44 (Dixou : So, Bosses k 20 not out). iTowling: England four for 36, O'A'eill ttvo for 11.

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
THE LONE TRAIL 'BUSES IN THE DESERT NEW ARABIAN NIGHTS [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926

THE LONE TRAIL 'BUSES IN THE DESERT new Arabian nights Mr. JCorman Nairn, one of two Eng lish brothers who are operating a 'bus line across the Arabian desert, from Beirut to Sagdad, and who was de corated with the order of the British Empire at the recent birthday honours of feing George V., in London, was a visitor to the Ooodyear factory in August. Mr. Nairn ifl completing a three weeks' American trip, visiting automotive concerns, and spent a day at the Goodyear factory. xiie -\airn nroriicrs ou3 imv, nun Consisting of 18 Goody ear tyre equipped Cadillacs, has cut down the distance from London to Bagdad from 22 days to eight. Whereas formerly a traveller from London went to Cairo, sailed through the Bed Sea, aTound to Bom bay, then up the Persukwi Gulf, now he cau go from London to Beirut and from there ride to Bagdad in 24 hours. While in London, Mr. Xairn com pleted arrangements for the incorpora*' tion of a £62.000 (approx.) company to extend his 'bus operation*, using a flee...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
CLUB NOTES A PLEASANT AFTERNOON RUN Brisbane to Upper Brookfield (All Rights Reserved.) [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926

CLUB ? ? NOTES A PLEASANT AFTERNOON RUN Brisbane to Upper Brookfield (Atl -Rltflito Ntwrved.) Maudesland, Upper Coomera, to con nect with the .JCerang and Beechmont main road, and the movement is being supported by the motorists of Upper Coomera, Nerang business men and motorists, tin.1 Coomera Shire Council; and, the Southport community. When finished i will provide a round- trip from Southport through Xerang to Maudesland, Upper Coomera, and Lower Coomera; the road joining the main Brisbane — Southport-road again at the ''oomera rai.ray gates. It is claimed tt» be ri scenic trip along the banks of thfi Coomera River, through dairy farms, banana plantations, etc., and would- also serve the purpose of cut ting out the ferry at Coomera. The new connecting road being constructed is only three miles in length. Boync River Crossing AH those motorists who have occa sion to journey along the Xorth Coast road as far as Gladstone will be pleased lo learn that the work of constructing; a low...

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

Road Patrols To-aay the B.A.C.Q. guides will patrol t.bt; roiids to Southport as far as the Coomera ferry, Wellington Point, Cleve laiicl. Victoria Point, B«dlnud Bay.^Red cliffe, Scarborough, and Woody Point. Fuel Consumption Contest This contest, -which was held yester day afternooB, was the last competition for the year, and created a. deal of in terest. It attracted a record eutry, repre sentative of a large number of different makes of ear. The committee would have been ~ pleased, however, if there had been more lady drivers, especially in view of the fact that there were 20 competitors in the recent competition for lady drivers only. A special feature of the contest was the keen competition for 'The Daily Mail' trophy. The complete results are published, elsewhere in this issue. Club Run to Beaudesert On Sunday next a club run will be held to Beaudesert, taking the form of a basket picni«, each car party taking its own refreshments, but boiling wafer being provided by the memb...

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

COMING FIXTURES. November 10. — Entertaining visiting British schoolboys Jo a drive round Bris bane :md suburbs. November 14. — Club run to Bcau

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