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SOUTH BRISBANE v VALLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926

KOTTTTT -RRTSBAKE T VALLEY. Played at New Farm Park, and won by Valley by 153 runs on first innings. SOUTH BRISBANE. — Fi«t innlnss .. 9« Hocond Jcninss. ? It. Marlnnes, b Cross -? ? -1 A. Green, l.b.w., b Casey ? *^5 T. EobertE. b Casey ? .. I? A. Oibtey, l.b.w., b Cross .... 4 J. Keir. e Chillingworth, b Casey G7 U. if' William, c Ifofisop, b Cross 15 H. Wilson, c Mossop. b Short . . 24 R. i.bdy, b Csser ? 3 F. Warren, not out ? 3« J. Clunn, not out ? 7 Sundries ? 3 Total, for eight wickets . . . . 136 Bowling: Casey four wickets for 4C runs. Cross three for 48, Short one for 15. Smith none for 32, Baynes none for 15, Cnuung wortb. none for 5, Mossop nono for 2L VAlitiTiY. — F':rst innings. T. Chllllngiyorth. c -Warren, D Clunn ? ^ K. Moewop b Maclnnes ? w L Caney. -? Abdr. b Matlnnes . . S2 . ^*. Daie* b Pimlott ........-? ?« R. Crocs, c Pimlott, b Maelnnei? 14 li. Bunderson. b Keif ? - ° W. Baypes. not out ? * li. Smith, c Warren, b Keir .. .. 31 Sundries , ? 1-- Total, for seve...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
C GRADE L. NEILSON 104 NOT OUT. SANDGATE v TOOMBUL. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926

C GRADE L. NEILSOW 104 NOT OUT. SANDGATE v TOOMBUL. I'layed at Deacon and wou bv ToombuJ by an inninss and 2i runs. Sand?ate — First Inniuss. i55. Second lnninEs. — H. Slaughter, l.l-.w.. b Donnelly .. ., IS S. Clarke, b Cock ? ii S, Jpunson. run out .. . . ?-? .. ?? *J £L Oee. c Huiybard. b Cock . . . - - 24 B. Gaskell, b Clem ? ' C. Fruitier, b Clem .. ,. ? fi Jl. Armstroue. l.b.w.. b Hubbard .... 0 C. SlftttgUtcr. b Hi&bard .... . - 4 H. Berrwlfs'le. c Peck, b Hubbird 2 J. Black, b Hubbard ? ?? -- i W. Bichardson. not out, ? -* Sundries ? 9 Totat ....'., ? 83 Bovrllna: Cock, twn wlckc-w for 27 runs: Donnellr,' one for 27: Clem, two for 13: Hubbard.^ four for 7. Toombul.— First Innings. 3. Diamond, c BertwJilstle, b Clark .. 11 P. E. Bricrht. c .Johnstone. b Clark - . Ifl H. Thomas, b Blchardson ? 0 H AudrewariUa. c Gaskill. b Richard son ? ?- -- ? ? 43 ? A. Peck, run out ? 48 It. HuUbanl not out - . . . ? . -S B. Donnelly, c Oez b Frultitr . . . . 5 H. ' Cock, c Fr«H'er b...

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

BASTEEN SUBITKBS v WESTERN atnatrEBS. Played at .Raymond Park, and iron by Enst*rn Buburbs by 18 runs on first in nings. EASTERN !jt-'BCR3S.— First Inning*. 21-5 Second Innings. H. Chsytcr, c Pctrie. b Little .. -0 K. Murray, b Broadfoot ...... 1 J. Smith, b Harding ? 24 A. Chittleborough, st Petrie, 'u iiees .. . - ? 32 ,T. Thomson, c and b Broadfoot . . 3 W. Smith, run out ? ' ]-. Colborue. c Broadfoot, b Matthews IS J. Burge not out ? 3' ¥. Darragh. l.b.w., b Ma'.thcws . . 0 M. Wjicrmaii. -? Broadfoot, b Cain 17 V. Ferguson, absent ? n Sundries ? 3s total ? 153 Bov.'Iinn. — Broadfoo*. two wifkets for li! runs; Matthcvre, two for 32; Hardins:. one for '-] : Litlie, one for IS: Rees. one for 20: Cain, one for 4; M'DonaM. none for 18; Bratehford none for 19; Traser. none for 4. \7F,STEUN SUBURBS. — First lnniu?s A. Frftser, b Ferguson ? 20 W. Cain, b Ferguson ? 24 V. Uees. run out ? 1 J. Brat-Siord. b Ferguson . . . . 2S C. White, v Waterman, b Thomfon S C. M'DonaW, b Ferguson ? n A...

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

G&AMMAR SCHOOLS S BRISBANE WINS. * IPSWICH, Saturday.- -Brisbacr ajid I]iswiui- i- hrammar Kcliools .played to-day, Brisbane wiii - nmp: by 100 runs on the first inninps. Seores i Urlsbane. 244 (E. Johnson 93 (.'. S. Andersr.n }f .1. G. Spry 30. BowIinK: K. Lowe four i-.r J! SO. 0. VineeM ,lwn for 30. f\ Taylor i\\:, : for 45). lusuleli, J44 (K. Watts 12 i. Hardv ; 22. R. Skliiner 24). Bovllup: H. Mean flv'e I for 28, Blackmail two. for 7, Kidston uuc fjc '? 11. Strong two. i'«r 14.

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
WAREHOUSE DIVISION 1A GRADE. CAMPBELLS v TITLES OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926

WAREHOUSE DIVISION 1A GRADE. CAMPBELLS v TITLES OrTICr;. Camnb«?!lsr, 272 (Ward-in S*. Reese :io. P.'isley 34. Lyo:w 20). Bowling: *,Vdge three ' for 50. Tilles, 140 and II* (l.iud say SS, Leighton 32. Tardy M, White 28 not our. Law-sou 21. Utrtge 17). Bowling: 1\.ardeji three for 37, l^yon four for 11, Stewart five for 2«i. Won by Campbells by an iuniags and 'J r;:cs. M 'DONALD HAMILTON* v M-WHIRTEKS. M*Whirt«rs, 34 1 am) 70 (CailaEhan 31 and 27. Downey 2r,. Walsh 24). Bowling: Dent four for 54 a:id four for -47. Campbell five for 3 9. M'lJon.ild Hiiniiiioii -;r,7 (Lox ton 92. Toft 15. Wclth 37. Kidd 33, Dent 20). Bowling: CaJlaghsn five for !-!l. Downpj- five for 103. Won by M 'Donald Hamilton by an innir.gs and Cl ran*. IB GRADE. HARPERS v l-'INNEYS. Harper?, 30 and 113 (SfCann ::?, Duffv 34). Bowling: T. Cullum five for 7, 1;. Oullam three for 12. Finneys, 11!) and two for 41 (Coofc* 30 not out, Blackmorc 27 no*, out). Won by Finneys by eight wicket'. 2A. GRADE. PKltKISS v CITY ...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
JUNIOR DIVISION SENIOR GRADE. CARLTON v THOMPSON ESTATE B. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926

JUNIOR DIVISION SENIOR GRADE. CAKLTOX v THOMPSON ESTATE B. Carlton. 210 (Tranent 110. Code 54, Cooko 21). Bowling: Scott five for 46. . Lancaster three for 28. Thompson Estate. 33 and 7$ fFraser 23). Bowline f Code, three ffir IS. including hat-trick, COokc sly for 13. Won t-y Carllon% Ly an Innings anij 99 Tun6. RAILWAY INSTITUTE v TOOWONG. Institute. 148 and 85 (M'Huffh 63. Beanie 20).. Bowling: Floyd five for 51, Adams Ore for 46. Medliurst Uiree for IS. Toowong, 123, and two for 114 (Adams 41 and 47 not out. Floyd 27. Mcdburet 4«). BowHog: Chamber !ai» five for 54. Kcllv 'three for 34. Won by Toowonc by eight wickets. FA1RFIE1.D B v MASONIC fLVB. Foirfield. 212. and one for 44 {declared). (Sleele 57, Man^on 47. Hamilton 30. and CA not out). Masonic Club, 117 and three for f-l (Stevens 28 and 4R. Jubb 2* not out.) Bowling: five for 40. Sbehnn four for 2-;. Won ()}? falrtleld by 93 runs on the firsj lunlng.f. FAIKFIELD A t XATIOSAL PABK. Falrfleld, 136 and 129 (Robinson 39 not out...

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

WESTERN SUBURBS v EASTERN SUBURBS. Playtd at Toowong sports jirouna, auo won by Eastern Suburbs by five wickets WESTERN' SUBURBS.— First Innings 170. SECOND INNINGS. C. V.. Gilbert, c Burge, b Green .... 'Jl J. Brew c Burge. b Green ? 11 H. Colledge. c Hurworfh, t- Nellsou . . « H Pllkington, c Bennett, b Shearer . . SI V. !-avlts. c Ferguson, b Green .. 19 R. Mannion, b. Ferguson ? 0. E. Milner. c Bennett, b Green .... 8 K. Moorehcad, b Ferguson ? 3 G. Cook, l.b.w., b Green ? 3 1.. Pennefather, not. out ? ± A E. Wyeth, b Green ? 17 Sundries ? 19 Total ? 342 Bowling: Ferguson, two wickets for 43 run3; Vellson one for »14: Shearer, one for 27; Green, six for 39. EASTERN SUBURBS.— First Innings 12ft. SECOND INNINGS. G. Bennett, c Cook, b Colledge .... 41 I,. NeUsbn, not out ? 1-U G Neilaon, b Colledge ? 1 15. Green, c Brew, b Colledge ? 0 C. Shearer, b Davles ? 3 L. Ferguson, c and b Colledge .... l.'i II. Paris, not out ? .. 13 Sundries ? .. 17 Totals for fli« wickets .. -.194 Bowlin...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
The HOUSEWIVES' EXCHANGE Weekly Competition [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926

VhKnMt^SB 1 I V7L4-C/-1-' » ! ?*? Conducted by * -*'*- DONNA. Weekly Competition Half a guinea will be awarded each week for the best cookery recipe or hint on home management. Competi tors must write in ink on one side of the paper only, with each reeipe or hint on a separate sheet, bearing at foot name and address. The names ef the prite winners will be announced each Sunday. Prize winners living within the city radius are required to call during the fol lowing week at this office to collect the prize. Those in the country will rectivA it hv iiAct Address copy to DONNA, Housewives' Exchange Competition, ' Daily Mail ' Office, Brisbane. This Week's Award — «. — The prize this week Las been won Iff:— MBS. D- HATTOST, Philip-street, Xorman Park, 'Who. in send'ng th$ following diagram and instructions stated: — 'I have often benefited by hints in the ''Hoofiewife's Exchange' sent by other mothers, so I am now enclosing one that may be of help to mothers with boys going to school. As t...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926

\m0 ,: ; ^^ -**upt. fur ftusensland from ^Mi^tHt tADIES' COLLEGE OF HEALTH. jfevijS:' ? '- 54 Oxford-street, Sydney. BPi i&onsultaHon* ttoi-;JQ *.m. to 4 p.m. daily. p':;i.4.N. Bank Chtfibert. Brunswick-street, KrOtat M. Shtuld be In tvery home. Pottage 3d. w:%: ;:*'-vb. — — — m*'~ - ' Mr. ? - ;— Sheffield Electro-Plating | and Lacquering. Works |^ ; CHARLOTTE-STREET, I BRISBANE Electroplaters in Silver, Nickel, . .- Copper, or Brass, also Bronzing, fe POLISHING and LACQUER ' -'?'? ING. REPAIRS TO ALL ELEC TROPLATE WARE, Motor Car y.'. Hadiators, and Fittings, heavily Coppered before Nickeling, to .ENSURE * PlfiST-CLASS JOB. *GAS STOWR, TOPS AND DOORS KEMBATED. ' :t*' TABLEWJUHEp- TEA POTS, ;; cake/Sishes, etc., f- . . ' . -JBE StX.VERED. ' Special djftafins. for quantities. ' ,- The Life!*? Electroplaters in ?. fjj 'iQiMensland. ?| i * PROPRIETOR. ; 'Phone &W. Won't Waste in Water SILSAO SAN0 SOAP ? All. CKOCEKS ? ? A BROKEN DOWN SYSTEM. This is a condiiion (or dise...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926

?' When you op*n your next tin of REX-PYE. ?look well at the can. Note the absence ef ?eamt— each tin is stunped «ut. Note that . . v no solder or solderioK fl«nc is used — each tin is hermetically sealed. It it the perfect hygienic container, the trramph of upto date r*wwiiTg- The contents are safer food during hot weather than fresh meat — in fact, 100 per cent. safe. Add to this:— 1. That the raw materials are perfectly wholesome and of choicest quality. 2. That the spicing by a recipe in our ,? _ sole possession, and the excellent . ' Jfk*_- JeUy, help to produce the delicious -: jSHIf flavour characteristic of REX-PYE. JS|HB 3. That the cooking en casserole retains ' ^B^^H *H tbe wholesome juices and high . . : j8^^B food values. fSjilfiS'^iT' and you know why REX-PYE is the finest |P\^ B^^J /^^ meat in the world. JHk- A livays say REX-PYE. '' l !S39v' It is packed in lib and %lb cans. REX-PYE Foggitt Jones Ltd. Curers cf the Choice REX Haras aad Bacon. . ? ' ? '; '? ' . ? J ''...

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

EMBROIDERY J-'mi/roidei-.v. wlii.-h i'or a lim.j was so l:ivi-hly spread o-.i panels and p-x-k-;ts cf i-'-ji=i and dresses. h;i.s been transferred t' sleeve-.-*. Tho full :irm .-.veiingg are uf .«?:.- h a irifu:-f :is t,i Jem] tnemselves in embroidi-re.j n-oiifs. T'ne !:;tti-r are ne..i:-ly ail sum:], but )!:- colours are bright.

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
THAT OVERGROWN SCHOOLBOY [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926

THAT OVERGROWN SCHOOLBOY Tjie period of rapid growth, when the : young school boy or school girl shoots I up suddenly jnro a lank, gawky figure, is' filled wiih happenings that cause parental anxiety. Nou-e of this anxiety . is justified; a lit t 1 ._? due to inadequate, knowledge of child physiology, is mis- ! placed. For ex:iini-le. cmc is sometimes t on- ? suited because a hitherto well -covered ? school boy has lately become all angl'-s and projections, and. moreover., most' alarming o.f all, he h.-rs lost weight. Losses of weight during- rbis period are common, and, although they inny sonic times be conditioned by aihnents that demand ^jiccial treat uient . sometjuies they are iiGthiiig more, or less than an expression of the fact that the great physiolfigi'-al changes that are occur ring are making claims upon the young lrnpK resources, wliich have to }-c; nvA sin ply :;iid siilely by rest. AVOID TOO MUCH EXERCISE. It. wculii be well, therefore, for pare];*-. to realise, that ...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
PARIS IN THE LOOKING GLASS PARIS, September 15, 1926. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926

[PARIS n* ™ LOOKING GLASS (By Germaine.) ?PABIS. September lo, 3920. JYiiis-'has go)i« colour-mad. Some sav that in.? florists have been conspiring with 1 1n1 dressmakers, but it is nil so ff.iy mid li^ht and stimulating that it docs not much matter anyway. The delight ful Thing shout this fashion fov colour is that it hag not entrained a. debauch of i-hk-his. which is French si.inR fnr ovor-omameniiitioii and useless detail. Colours are not ffuasnt or dainty they arc siauntv, excessiveh- ucat. Yon may wear a violet hat, or scarf, with a .arey vostunic. «v 4'o« i'=lV w-'*r y Rri'-V 0I' violet costume trinimed with fur dye-.' the same colour. - ou may carry a 'i?. fl:it square of a pocket, book also the f.-iitjc colour as your costume, and you nay we:ir correctly, two or three shades of one colour hut such crimes as a henna clotik with a fuchsia h:u, for instance, would be punished by social ostracism. if not. by law. Sit tins on the terrace of the Oifi: ?.!-! Li l^iix. yestcrdny aft...

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

ALL IN LEATHER ' JCnseiJibles' made ut kid are becom ing -jaiti: I'.'jehioji.-ible in 3'aris. A set of dark red kid collar, cuffs, licit, and iiocketf trinimed with small silver cres CPiUs is Jo be sec-n at a. largo stoic ou the Boulevard des Itnlieiis. A (hit uudcr the-:irii! bag 5n th-? same matei-iiil coiii l-!e-'.»-. the outfit

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

Upper Brookfield to Brisbane Returning from junction of forV roads. 16.05— Leave rendezvous at junction of fork roads, Upper BropkficW. 15.15 — Two creek crossings. 18.6 — Cross creek. 18. 65-— Telegraph office and public telephone on left. 19.4 —-Teams court on Tight. IU. 45— .Road and Upper Brookfield school on right. 20.15— Commencement ot next- road. 30,4 — Small brldg*. 20.6 — Bridge. 21.35 — End of new road. -2.25 — Another road join* in on right. '.S2.65 — Broftkfteld. Church va right. Go straight ahead. (Note. — Rot4 to left also leads to Kenmore round ghow ground). L'6.75 — Public telephone on rlcht. 33.1 —Small creuk crossing. 23.4 — Small creek crossing. 23.75 — Avoid road t« right. 24.7 — Go straight ahead. fRoad to ri.slit leads to Moggill ferry.) 25.5 — A road from Fig Tree Pocket joins in on right. 25.9 — Kejimore school on right. 26.0 —Bear right at monument. 26.06 — Bear right. 26.7 — Another road joins in on loft at old Mogrill Shire Office. 27.15— Road from fig Tr...

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

SHp' ' ^f^X' so Silky Soft ',. * HKSv?S-. ...:-lliU and Bright that \ \ W0^0S§i:9^&j Neighbours Marvelled! ; f [?:i&:\: '\^y 'My hair fell out so much before &'*''&? : using K.URO that I was frightened even . -. ^. V to touch it. The result of using KOKO :^i^^m ... ? was marvellous. My hair is now looking ^^ffl^i^© ; .'a. lovely, with a delightful new crop growing. t-^^^^ffi^ I Everyone raves over my hair. There is nothing ikSsKSSir ; like KOKO, so clean and cool, without oil or *^SH^^k - ? V. grease. ' Extract from voluntaro letter) Wjsj§S$M - I If you think that your shingled hair will look its best yftnvwy W A ? merely by washing it, try KOKO once after a shampoo, jlffMW^r I ? use it to dress your hair, to retain the wave, to subdue mSSmSwi / that fluffed out, feathery effect, and note the added lustre, mvHfcllr '; '?' / the silky sheen, that only KOKO gives to dull and faded aB&U§m. $ And if you. think that skimpy hair, expertly shingled w...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
ANOTHER "£100 CAR" Britain's Latest Product [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926

ANOTHER '£100 CAR' Britain's Latest Product What promises to be an attractive small car selling at about £100 is the new 7-U.p. Waverley (save 'The Motor''). The appearance is most pleae ing, the radiator being a. smaller edi tion of that used on the si x-cy Under Waverley, while the low build of the chassis given to the car Something ot' the appearance of a certain well-knowu Italian 70 m.p.h. car. Th«- rtnw-pT iiTiii i« nf vlio Tivo-c vlinder horizontally opposed type, .which is Smooth running and inherently well bal anced- It is water-cooled and has side by-side valvee. while it will, we under stand, bfr rated at 7 h.p. A four-speed gearbox will enable an evrMlcnt al)-ro'.;:! jicrformance to be obtained, while safety on wot roade is ensured by the fitting of powerful four ?wheel brakes. The wheels, we gather, arc of the detachable wire type, and are shod with balloon tyres. Eiectric light ing is standard. The body, large enough for two adults and two children, is roomy, comfortab...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
TALKS ON HEALTH THE QUESTION OF WEIGHT [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926

TALKS ON HEALTH ? v BY A FAMILY DOCTOR. THE QUESTION OF WEIGHT ICeftp a reflord of your weight: ic mav hu useful. It h astonishing how people pet fancies alJouf.tlioir weight. 'J am sure I bavt be-?u losing llosh for suvcra] week?, doctor.'1 is an ofUMi-hearJ cry, but tlic belief of .the patient is not al \vay.« I»ornc -out }-r. lije facts. WheJJ the test of the woighinjj-inaehinc is ap jilied it is 'found that t\\o. weight is iiliout the siUii^. 1* is not ncccssavy to be wpighed more t5i:m once a ijnartci'. I have known l«i-] ies weifh thcniPolvps on fSaturday and iheji ^^]^ll romui again l.o the weighing-machine on Monday ^s pecliiig to find sonic terrible evidem-e of wasting. I-et vis put aside that pilly i-upcrstition that a man weighs less after a me.il than before it. After a nieal you weigh more l-y the amount of food taken in. WASTING DISEASE. In the diagnosis of sonic diseases wast ing may be an important sign: ilm doc tor would be gla.l to know if there is -?lear evidence ...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926

Instafit Loveliness! The girls men admire and women envy are those with clear, lovely complexions and beautiful, rich-toned hair. These two attractions never fail; they are the big secrets of charm and beauty. If YOU - desire greater loveliness — and the good things that beauty means — do this: — ; .Get from your chemist! two things, just 'two! A package of- Kathleen Court's Facial Touth, ami a package of Ucn nafoam. The Facial Vputh is used as a face cream. But ro mere face cream ever did what Facial Tfouth will do! It ivill give you a perfect skin in a fevr moments' Marvellous aiscovery.' At a touch blemishes, blackheads, wrinkles, ?shiny nose, coarse popes, greasy skin 'all go — instead you hajvo an exciuisite complexion — smooth, fine and lovely; ?Now for the hair — 'Your Crowning Gfory!' Here is where many tail, and it is a pity, for beaufiful ,fcair Tvb'rks' ?wonders, with a woman's look?.' Get that Hcrinafoam and shampoo the hair ?with it. There's nothiircr like H.j.Hien- ? n...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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SPRING SHACKLE BOLTS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926

SPRING SHACKLE BOLTS. Spring shacklo bolts have an mii'or tunatc habit of Mai-king off ami rusting up. The result is. of .v-ursi\ -noisy Tank's 3n-3, in tb«5e -hiyi r-- ballnon tyres, violent frniit-wbcl \rol-W--.». If is well worth while to go over tb^e bolts from time to timf. and if one is found that cannot he tightened on account of rust, it is better to replace it altog-Mhor; otherwise trouble ie almost bound lo fol low.

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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