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COLTS' EFFORT CONDE AND ARCHER WESTERNERS WIN [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926

COLTS* EFFORT CONDE AND ARCHER WESTERNERS WIN An interesting point in the match between. Wcslerii Suburbs and Colts Xo. 1 team surrounded the batting of the f'olts' opening pair, F. Conde and P. Archer. Their combined scores totalled 136, representing more than two-thirds.- of the runs scored by the team. This partnership was worth Si runs. , ; , ~. The vrieket tv.is again in first-class order, and the outfield was bard and fast. With four for 500 the Western Suburbs' captain declared the innings closed. P. Archer and F. Gqade faced the bowling of Esbensen and Watts, nnd commenced quietly, but they soon settled down and played confidently. They scored from strokes all round the -vicket. With the total at 43, Brew relieved Esbensen. and the rate of scor ing Increased. The 50 appeared alter 36 minutes. When the score was 84 Archer ^jumped out to drive slow bovt-ier Brew, but missed, and was well stumped. The outgoing batsman was at the wickets 5S minutes, and hit three 4's. He scored ...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
GEORGE'S RIVER BRIDGE DELAYED HOURS' WAITING AT FERRY [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926

GEORGE'S RIVER BRIDGE DELAYED HOURS' WAITING AT FERRY ' Motorists will learn with consider able disappointment,' remarked Mr. H 1. Johnson, scerctary of the Notion.-)! R-oad and Motoring Association, 'that the bridge over George's River from Tom Ugly's Point to Nylvania will not be open to traffic before the end of next year. 'What the absence of 3 bridge really me.'iTis - to motor traffic may 1--? ap preciated by ihc fnft .that on Sunday afternoon last a quoue stretched for four miles from the southern pidc of th« river back towards Sutherland. Many of the late comers were obliged to wjiil several hours before being able to board the punt, and at I a.m. 68 motorist* were s'ill linc'd up,, accord ing to a count made by one of the N.R.M.A. guides Many motorists returning from the South Coast at week-ends now prefer to branch off from Prince's Highway ot. Sutherland and go for 10 miles to Liver pool and thwe 20 miles baek to the city rather than wait for the punt, oveti though the dir...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
TOOMBUL'S EFFORT LAST OVER TEST OUTRIGHT WIN SOUGHT [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926

i T0OMBULS EFFORT c' .'.'...'V . . | ;:kAST OVER TEST I OUTRIGHT WIN SOUGHT . J9 i ^n.^intereating development in tbe W Toombnl— -University matcL at ICijndaU - ss eaihe in the last over. Toombul desired $~ 19 ,rnhs to obtain aai outright, win on jte Opening tfccir second innings, with only '% eight ball* to be delivered. The fifth * ball finished the match. Shcpp&rd'a .^ wicket falling- Toombuls, therefore ft won on the first innings by 97 runs. . It ?-? is 'fibEejForthy thai E.-Bensted has scored #«t % contory in eajci; of',;thje twolnniiigB lie T' Afis played this -seB«0D.~ - fe From one for 63, : Tooiubul carried £ tfceir score to 273 for lho- loss of ? on'y a four., ^.wickets, siad,_.tiiea. declared .t|ic. * innings' dosed.' _L. E. Oxenhaiu and E. fj Beasted gave a splendid display of bat ., ting, and between tlienv put on 153 runs Dpssed' Universitj- iii their second innings for 115, 4)f which 31; Biggs fecored ^2 bif Kood cricket. With one down for 63, Beusted and Oxe...

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

ADJUSTABLE ARM-REST. An arm-rest adds greatly to one's com fort in a car, and a useful accessory of this type was recently invented. This comprises a slotted plate* secured to. the upholstery ? or body -skU% carrying a pad* ded rest -which can be raised or lpftered. It can also be tilted no that ne can set it in the position which best suits one's requirements, -where it can be locked.

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

B GRADE W. BLACKLOCK ? i« VAIAEY v.BOUTH BRISBANE Played .it Da vies' Park, and won by Valley by J-19 runs on first innings. TALLEY. — First Innings .. .. .. . 291 Second Innings. V. Hodge, l.b.w., b Doanellan . . IS Or. Lynch, run out ? 5 L. Itobinson. not out . . . . . . . . 33 J. Allen, st. e Mitchell, b R. Mit chell ? 2 G. Jamieson. c and b Risoey .... 38 G. Capper, not out . . . . . . , . 6 Sundries ? .. H Total for four wiefcef s . . 90 Bovlittg. — TOoimellan. one -.vicket for 23 runs; R: Mitchell, one for 10; Rigney, o«e for 13: Junncr, none for 14; Smith, none for 9; C. Mitchell, none for 3 3. SOUTH BRISBANE.— First inning?. JT. Case, c and b Hewitt ? S It. Smith, c Hutcheon, b Kilminster II K Kigney, b Kilmineter ? 'J6 E. Dixon. l.b.w.. b KilminKter . . 59 ?T. Ha^l. c Kilminster. b Capper . . 1 M. .Tnnner^ b Blilminster . . . . 6 T. Hiiey. c Hewitt, b Kilminster . . 0 R. Mitchell, b Allen ? 37 C. Mitchell, b Kilminster ? « C. DonneUan. not out .. .. . . 4 Sundries ? 1 Totei...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
AIR TRAVEL THE WESTERN SERVICE QANTA'S FINE RECORD [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926

AIR TRAVEL — ^ — . THE WEStERN SERVICE QANTA'S FINE RECORD 'Qantas,' its the Queensland and Northern Territ^y Air SmWs, Ltd.. is generally known, has accomplished what is probably :t world record in. its flying career. Since the company was formed :'ts machines have actually flown 400.392 wiles, and in not a single instance has there been any injury to personnel or passengers. The company's report for September shown that there wero 112 route paB sengers. single stages, conveyed duriuR that period, also 14'tasi pnssengers, tinj 349lbs i,£ freight carried. The milc.isc flojra'i'or the month w«s S40S. Australia is a vast country, its nonula tion is small aud therefore its means of communication, which connect out lying districts with the capital cities, are uot in an advanced state of development. That aircraft :s rendering considerable .?ussLst-uice in bringing 'closer in' those uutbuck districts, in making life more livable for se-ttlws :md in often pro viding the only means of comm...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
OUTRIGHT WIN SOUTH BRISBANE v COLTS [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926

OUTRIGHT WIN SOUTH BRISBANE V COLTS The wicket at Gracevillo No. ' was ag.-iin in good batting order. Ii. L. Gill, the South Brisbane skipper, de clared the innings closed with four for 3f'o in reply to Colts No. 2 total of (57. In their second attempt the Colts did better, reaching 160. and the .best individual figures came later in the after noon at a time when the slower bowJere were on. Scores: — £OlrTH BBJSBAXE.— Fir-'t InniDgs four for 305 (declared). ?COLTS Xo. 2.--First Innings. 67. SECOND INMMtS. L Dobrick. l.h.w., b Be-lsrave .... 3 J. Hutchcon. b Shewan ? 3 \V. Meteyard. l.b.w.i b RodferaTc .... 2 VV. Woodward, h Redcravc ? 4 F Kubler. st. MTjirthy, b M'Lean . . 26 T£. Fowler, run out ? 5 i. Aliens, c Bcdprare, l- M'Lean . . 11 X. Poon, o. Tltompsou. b M'Lean . . 0 G. Halvorsen l.b.w.. b Thomiison . . 44 -?'. Marjson. c M'l-ean, h Thompson 23 A. FIuerc. not out ..'....; ? 2' Sundries ? 9 Totnl ? 1C0 Bo-n Jinp : nedgraro. three wickets for 31 ; rinjs : Sliewan, one for 25 ...

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

ALWAYS SOUND HOJR1# Wla'en. paEsiaig another car it is -jidj .- vigable to Ejund the 'hpfir even If &$ . ?': other drive* appears ' to. fcuow thaSti ? car is about t'j pass. by-. Som-i mo^Ri^.V ists have: a habit pfjigfiTyjag |JSaBM-!»' . si&e of t»#toia'to'^fBe' ot'hcr^Bff'it may just happen that such a dTiv^fc .; - turns to his own Bide of the ' rtia1£*a;'-. '? a time when you think he is getting ont of your way. -? y ? '? ' .: .Unless the' born is souaded a'- the * chances, are that she wilLli.-,fetg|tf'% tp ^ swerve to the other sidfci orj«i-'teast towards the centre'befere yott'Q^ertaUfi him. '' v- ; V- - ? . '-''?.-. ? -..?''''-'. ?:'?''? ' -??;-??';? , ' .^i':,^X'M '-J/.:': -the Benz Company ^ 5^w amal?^piate)Sf The extra capital Vended foiS^.co^, pletc -Te-ofgajiisotioit-'ifr; the* jiinalga- ' ? mated compa%e|ijiasv.*l-.e6ii. fiirnisned by tne D^schrW^''*^^ '- \t

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
MPORT OF FREMANTLE.ODERN TREND CAR MANUFACTURE THE FACTOR OF SPEED [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926

MODERN TREND | ? - ?-?? lK*- - ' CAR MANUFACTURE £ THE FACTOR OF Slfe ► : Until u few -years ago speed? wa ?--,. mJnor. factor in Ihe jnjnO of; the sfc, age motor car buyer. To-day tJ}P afto-' motive world demands n car aW i«; *j ; coloration and outstanding -n it i si en v ability and endurance. .VTWys-i ve^ bo sensed that trend several' years .nj u, i» 'K. \ it started to revise entirely .its 1 ne Sid, introduce lo the field ite-frst six- :yl:ii cr WiHyp-Kuight. tho Great 8ix. Clos/'ly following t'.iis .?no-fel -he »ftn-~ ., ?iany plated wi the markrt the Cjvef1|u«j. :' six. which 'since its inception ha* «i«j «?a a stir in the lighter ear field. - U »a. these models were desi»ne:j \«y ,vw!ip-; -,.f Overland engineers to incorporut* sp «l, . ~i( durabiltty. and roarl stabilitj-. I 'I W *| Iiave been a sweeping bucccss. j TJ u, jj still another sis-cyUndcr/ wit was} «q e«; '?..* to (he line, whejp. in 1925. that! inu n-- '-| factuicr introduced the Willys K« h| , . J Six '''Seventy...

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

CRYSTAL, ▼? VALVE SOME ADVANTAGES -While we are firm believers in the good qualities of ? the ' crystal detector ! ?wlien. ?used-T.-ith radio ? frequency ampli fication.- We. ..(says' an Ivnglish Wireless, 'journal) tdo not -want it irideritood the vrystal is better than a valve detector .Mifhbut amplificavion' One ot our readers wrote in and asked if he should replace his valve detector with a crystal on his., one-valve single, circuit .regener ative set. . . i - \Thcrc two or three stages of radio; j rcquencj amjiuui-iu-iwu ai e uom, j ju j will get, 'better tone quality and re- : production 0/ .signals with a good; crrsial detector than with a valve. In j cities' -where there, is a large broad- j c'astinff siation a crystal 'detector is; 'better than a Talve - and with a stage or two of audio, loud-speaker j O}feration is- practical, but where the; station is out of your city, it usually! requires' radip. frequency amplification; to build the eignal Hp enough to ? properly ; work...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
REACTION EXPLAINED Us Uses and Misuses [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926

'3ffl A C TIO N E X P L A I N E D ^?1|^1 Uses and Misuses -Mtr. G.- P. -Kendall,. B.Co., writes in * Junior''' Wireless'- (lihgland)v — In many %avfif tlie- 'wireless valve (or 'toob'' as our -jSLincrJcah friends ea'-l-it) -is a' good £iid SfaitjiTuI -servant'.' lint' h shockingly hife'm&itejr. t and in- no,- respect is it iiotxTsb: tiisW ia flie matter of reaction. - itj-^aVtiriderstand 'it. and know liow-toj T&Bp/it' |-ro'perly, reaction is one of the xfiost'r useful ..properties 'or the valvt*. ' *ntt lAvill enable u_ to -*.b 'wonderful tilings ;\)vi-b simple sele. but if we let it .become . uncontrollably, and it we do not- understand its ways, it vr.U not £ nicrejy spoil ' own own -reception, hut it S jrill convert our set. into a miniature jf - transmitter and -..idiate enough energy !? -^interfere, with everyone in .the neigh - ;?. ? ligurbood.: . '?'? ' --..it is most important .that ' every - s;'- «Hi tvio . means to pjav.tfct wireless I .. - gatte . -decent...

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)
BUNDABERG RACES [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926

BUPTOAMRG RACES BIJNDARERG, Saturday.— Despite the warm j w»alfcer there w»s a e«od a«en-J«ic« at the ; formlehtly meeting of the Jockey Club this afternoin. Reaults: — - I TRIAL HANDICAP. 4 Furlompi.— 6 LORI A ' 8.2, 1; Countfxband, 9.9, 2; Jeaon*. 9.9/ 3 ,' l*wra aiso started. l««tlng, even money the j W1E?££,» Won bT a lw-Btfc. Time, SI l-5aet FIFTH DIVI6IOX. 4 Furlo«i».^-SCKOLA« BJLL, 8.11. 1: Swrnt Myrtift. 9.11, ?; Tlarcii 1 «.!rl, S.6, s. Dmch Mat also started.' Betting i * t» 1 nn the winner. Won by a lentlh. Time, 49 2-5sec. SIXTH DIVISION.— CANOODLE. . 8.8. 1 ; Speculation. 10.4, 2: Yelo Bon, ».', 3. Others: Contenffd, John WHIir. and Natlr«. Battlne S. to 1 azainst the winner. Won by » length, i Time. 51 sec 1 FOURTH DIVISION.— TOUCKY, t.t. J ; The Eoja1. S.1S, 2; J-aurie!ed. 9.4, 3. Others: Lone Pine and Antora. Bettinc 2 to 1 iestost ih» 1 wlnrer. Won by a short head. Time, l.S. I SECOND TRIAL HANDICAP, 4 Purlpat*.— MAVIS. 8.9, 1; Valraon Dain ? Polly Syc« ? ?Dead heat ...

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

Cricketers ! The Massey- sports Depot announce Big Bargains in the World's Best Slakes of Bate. Cricketers and Club Secretaries should see them at cace. Every Bat made and finished throughout by expert workmen; choice -willow blade, straight-grained, and thoroughly well seasoned. % We invite you to see these Bats at your first opportunity. All Bats rolled and oiled by experts free of charge. MASSEY Bicucle s Sports Depot CREEK STREET 766. — 1927 — TENNIS BALLS Now Available at the B.S.D. - W« are now able to supply 1927 NEW SEASON BALLS, In the 2 following well-known brand*: 1 . AYRES' Championship, dozen ? 28/G i AYBES' British Hard Court, dozen-.. .. .. .. ... .. *-Q/fi WISDEN Stitchless. dozen ? __ ? , ? 27/ DUNLOP, Stitehless, dozen ? O1? / Wake EARLY Selection, and AvNd Disappointment. REPAIRS Are executed by skilled tradesmen. Satisfaction guaranteed. THE BRISBANE SPORTS DEPOT . FOR EVERYTHING GOOD IN SPORTING GOODS. 342 QUEEN-STREET (near Creek-street) BRISBANE. 'Phone, Centr...

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

* ? All supplies of medicinal wines *aA spirits delivered free of cart age in town and suburbs. Conutry Orders, F.O.B., Brisbane. YALLELY'S FAMOUS KOOKABURRA PORT New 3/3 per oval quart. : Write for' Pun Price iisfe^ / [?] ALFRED VOGKLER, Editor ? VockJer's Turf SearclilifiUi. Cst. over 20 jcars. and whose name is a household ?word throughout the Commonwealth. ' That A:t'red V«cklcr lias the largest stair of racliijr experts In. Australia. Alfred Voclder is one of tbe lew experts who holds testimonial from leading owners and trainers of the present day. That he Is recognised by them, as the Napoleon of the Turf. They 'blow Iiis trum pet.' Els phenomenal victories on the Australian Turf advertise themselves. '-?That the- recognised Xapoleon ofvtbe Tiiri again came but with flying colours at Ascot yesterfay when lie forecasted i winners, making a grand tot:il of S winners for tlie last 2 meetings. Again the tries were -leaving' the course. Vive Le \'o--k'.er. long may he lire and guid...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
SOUTHERN TOURS RUNS FROM SYDNEY ATTRACTIONS FOR THE HOLIDAYS [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926

SOUTHERN TOURS RUNS FROM SYDNEY ATTRACTIONS FOR THE HOLIDAYS Interstate touring lias become very popular of recent years, and. many Queenslanders look forward to an ex tended tour during their annual holi days. To them Sydney has a strong appeal, while the journey down — whether by the coastal or mountain route — is a source of -unending plea sure. The improvements that have boon made in the ? roads of New South Wales offer the motorist the choice of many interesting week-end runs from »yaney, au-j many car owners are no doubt anxious to discover tours 1o which they can devote two or three days. Such a route is from Sydney to ?Jenolan Caves, thence to Bat hurst and back to Sydney, a mountainous, but extremely attractive journey. If longer time is available, it is a route which permits of considerable extension. OVEB THE BLUE MOUNTAINS. From Sydney to JenoJan Caves in volves driving right across the Blue Mountains, and before leaving the driver is strongly advised to be sure that his...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
DASHING BATSMEN ROWE AND GRANT VALLEY DEFEATED [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926

?I^SHINa B^SlBH iliOWE AND; GR^IT ?;???.. . ? i ~_..- ?- ^ VALLE4T '.- DEPfikl^SI^ :v fb ©elightfwl batHnff^ai; wHnereed; in I* tteiidiatch between Valley -and Ensferu |c {SttT*H»si;!whil' h Suburbs wom on the first W -?? ... inniaRs %x P9 runs. TT. Howe, -who 1^ Teamed' the centorj-. contributed one of II his^ibest '/-niiigs. 'aTiia- he haa a dash &?? jng:- 'partner in Grant Th!s erstwhile |^ Pl^r in New South Wales club cricket I; f r promises to -resell interstate status in g:i Qtf^ji^liind, ' although »?sidential. co»di p tSons.^ be a bar to. his entry against §^ ; ISf^'SoBth Wale's -in rtie3nof:cb.J*t '' BrUr |'K hsffi starting on ;:Noyl^bet rWr -' H»». W- Ia&-:iw6 innings have TchliBea S3 and gj fla^jgnd with the ball he .has taken six IP ?r-^ptts3ior 5i runs, and threp for 56. fe Afjgirt; altbgether from figurea, he is in fev. a^M- t&e bntsman ana bowler. fc:;V 'Ik~: t SMART SCORtSiiG. ;- fe-' ijteileys- score of 155 was .ojrertaken pV' Ih-^Sfo jjours ...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
AGAIN THREE CENTURY SCORES BY THE SENIORS FOURTH ROUND ENDS Toombul and Eastern Suburbs HOLD LEADING POSITION Three Teams Close Up [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926

IK SCORES BY THE SMflOMS M fOlMM HOUND ENDS S Toombul and Eastern Suburbs ?-??^ . -.'?????? ^ . g HOLD LEADING POSITION ?-.??'K'=i ' . ? .. 5 Three Teams Close Up V- : An interesting position -was created as the result of the matches ; t7ijn the Senior premiership on Saturday. The fourth round finished with 'ffire tttma within two points of one another. Toombul and Eastern Suourbs have scored 10 points, South Brisbane nine, and Western Sub ;?? '^nrbs and Valley eight. ' , ?'?' The first outright win of the season was achieved by South Bris iJ'bane against Colts No. 2 team. : Three batsmen. »gain scored a century. The selectors of the team i to play in the Sheffileld Shield matcL against New South Wales, will -*'i»Te a difficulty in choosing Jin eleven, owing to batsmen being in ' ,-gooa form. ' ;V,j fowling ana fielding, howfever, play an important part in the selec .£ tion, and in these departments there is anything bat a wide choice. -; ! BEST PERFORMANCES. ' *' ,'Sa BATTING. BOWL...

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

LOOK APTEE ACCUMDT.ATOKS. An accumulator used in connection ' with valve set's is often considered j mesay. It is so only when ucglected. | If the battery is kept free of dirt andi dust, and the moisture regularly wiped from the top of the cell, it wil] remain in. good order for a very long period, 'ben signs of corrosion appear on the' -positive plate, scrape and sandpaper .it. then clc.-in it. and apply a coat of j vaseline. ;

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
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Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
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