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AMATEUR ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 3 October 1926

' . AMATEUR ASSOCIATION, A' Tery interesting lecture svas given by Mr. Ek V. Stevens last AVedncsday evening in the club rooms, Ann-street, entitled 'Poisonous and Venomous Fishes of Queensland.' There was e good attendance, most of tbo tlshing elubs around Brisbane sending repre een.tativeB, , and the association was nlnaapil t.n w*-l-'/ii«p tiir-tn fall Tlif- Itri : tish MeCIcnl Association also sent i ilobg a representative in Dr. E. S. . Jackeou, who, at the conclusion of th. ??? lecture, gave au interesting address, i v His femarkB and relation of experiences ;;' Kjclre listened to with very much in- - ;,' tcresl. ' i j . ifr. Stevens hud evidently taken *? njucli time and trouble in preparing ; his address. He dealt at length with the various poisonous fishes of Queens '-?-.. land, namely stone fish, catfish, eel K catfish, faullrow, bi»«k travallv, forteB t: cufe,- and stinging ra.ys. lie paid par h tieular attention to the poisonous quali b. ties of the stone fish, an-l it. ...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
DYEING TREES AS THEY GROW [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 3 October 1926

DYEING TREES AS THEY GROW Touched by the magic v?and of science, trees in the forest near Machias, Maine, have turned from thoir native colours to lavender, yellow, blue, and orange, a correspon dent of a New York paper reports, He says further: These extraordinary transforma tions, wliieii have amazed woodsmen, are results of experiments being con ducted by Fritz von Behr, German scientist, assisted by Carl Switzer and Gerald Wheeler, University of Maine students. The secret of the dye that has niHde possible the creation of the multi-coloured trees is know only to von Behr. inventor of the process which ;nay revolutionise the hardwood lum ber industry of the world. From their outer surfaces to tiic hearts of tneir trunks, trees have been indelibly coloured by the use of the new dye. Neither acid nor water affects the artificial colouring, accord ing to vrtn Behr, who said the question was whether the process could bo practical economically. Birch, beech, and maple trees are being ...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
LAND AND RAILWAYS WAITING FOR FARMERS [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 3 October 1926

LAND AND RAILWAYS WAITING FOR FARMERS The visit of the Empire Parliamentary delegates and the friendly and tactful criticism .with which they have seasoned appreciation of . what they have teen of. this vast State have enabled Qu?enslan ders to view some of their own particular problems, especially land settlement and migration: In the aspect that they appear to observant visitors from Britain and other parts of. the Empire. A closer self examination, has thereby been stimulated, and .this should be an opportune time for a oLaie giBL-KiAiung. necniiTiy i ne uany Mall' published the rosults of an investi gation into the financial position of the railways. This inquiry ft has followed up with a survey of land settlement and the first of a series of articles dealing with this question of vital Importance, to 'the State will appear In Monday's Issue. The. promises, performances to date, and prospects of the Burnett lands undertaking and . the Dawson Valley scheme should eonewn every tax...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
RETRIEVER REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 3 October 1926

KETRIEVER REPORT. G'lenoldun kennels are always bu?y. yet the supply for retrievers seldom 'meets the demand. Mr. Archie Nk-ol advises tlat Gle.noiden Naiad has visited the founder of the kennels, (ilenolden (yard name Sailor), and that Linette has 'paid respects to his other sti.d do-r. Tootooi Black Chief. BULLDOG BULLETINS. ! Black Fury, a southern bred bull I bitch, by Hir Ixill ex Moonstone, a des I cendant of the famous 'Stone'' ISjk-, has been Secured by Mr. E. A. Crokam. j of Cooro;,. and will visit .Jaok Deinpsey hleszve. lilliott and Plater have sent bull bitches to Mr. J. A. Wjittersou's Ruduor Sniiler. The iinal parade of U.e season, under the auspices of the Queensland liuildog Club, will be held ou October iS, at the Fruit Exchange. Little ltonia-gtreet. It will be a night event, with Mr. J. Mitchell as ji dgo. Guyal DouRou bull dogs, presented by Kobert Porter and Co.. London., of ' Stout fame, through their Brisbane agents, Perkins and Co., will be given to the winne...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 3 October 1926

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Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
THE DOG WORLD (By "Cerberus.") CANINE CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 3 October 1926

THE DOG WORLD m (8y 'Cerberus.1') CANINE CALENDAR. October S.— Slaryborough K.C. Show and Slieej. Doff Trials. October 11.— Terrier and Toy Dog VcterSnarv trtirture. October 13.— Kennel Association and vaii ateJ Societies' Conference. October 2S.— Bulldog Club Mjjht 1'ariidc-. Octyber SO.— Airedale Club Show.

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
FISHING NOTES (By "Trevally.") [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 3 October 1926

MSHENTG NOTES ; {By ?'Ttevally.') . ' High water at the lighthouse fot the « eek endlttg October 'J: — -.;.. , ' a.«B. ft in p.m. ft in Bandar .... 7.*2«# 4 6 7.42 5 9 Monday .... £.10 5 0 S.17 6 1 Vttccda? .... S.46 5 4. 8.51 6 I Wednesday . . 9.22 5 6 9.25 5 9 Thursday .... t'.Si 5 8 9'53 5 S IWday .... jn.29 S S 10.23 5 C Saturday .... J0.59 5 8 11.1 5 3

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
SOUTHPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 3 October 1926

SOBTHPORT. Mrs. Hiixtable entertained a few j friends at .afternoon tea last Friday in honour of Mrs. Hamlyn-Harris, who left Southport on Saturday, for Brisbane, where, with her husband and family, she will reside in future. Miss Madge Philpott, who is staying i at Chehnsford, will return to Brisbane ; nest Saturday. j Miss Clendenning, who is the guest of j Dr. and Mrs. E. S. Berry, will return to J Toowoomba next Monday. j Mr. and Mrs. Robert M'Cowan, and Misses Sheila and Nancy Cowan, have will be here for the opening ceremony of the new Southport sehool buildings. Miss Ada Holme haa left Cbelmsford, after a visit of some weeks, and will j return to her home in Sydney via the I Northern Rivers. ] Mrs. B. Mnrray-Prior, Mr. Harry | Haly, aud Mr. Charles Haly have ar rived by motor from Sydney, and are staying at Chelmsford. ', Professor and Mrs. HawkcD aud family ; will occupy Nanoya for a term. : Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pigotfc (Too woomba) are among the visitors at the : Pacific Hote...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 3 October 1926

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 3 October 1926

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 3 October 1926

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 3 October 1926

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Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
TALKS ON HEALTH RHEUMATISM OR OLD AGE? [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 3 October 1926

TALKS ON, HEALTH (SY A FAMILY DOCTOR.) RHEUMATISM OR OLD AGE? The --h:uijjes vlm-li naturally occur hi the .?joints as age advances are fre quentlv misnamed rheumatism. Ol.l ape is not a disease. That, is what rou must remember. There is no «ure for old age excfjit puttiug the flock bark. You Avast-' pood money in seeking Ihc cure of some defeat whirh is not. the result of diseas-*. but merely of old age. If you asked the shopm::n for a bottle of aiedioine for old age, lie would not sell you one. Hut you call it rhoumatism, and down goes the bottle of medi cine into your long-suffering stomach. These reflect iows are induced by a tetter from a man of 67 who writes concerning What he describes as mus cnlar pains in his arm and shoulder. The probability is that this is due to muscular weakness. It might he removed by rubbing, by doing a few exercises that work the muscles in the affected region, and by the suf ferer making up liis mind .that the pain will go. If the pain is watched fo...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
SCOTCH FAIR [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 3 October 1926

SCOTCH FAIR The skirl of bagpipes announced the arrival of Colonel D. C. Cameron at a Scotch fair held in aid of the Park Presbyterian Church funds, ifa the Honour Eall (Glenelg-street, South Brisbane), on Saturday afternoon. Ap propriate decorations of thistles and tartan ribbon, had been used in . the hall, and flags draped tl.c entrance. Colonel Cameron, who performed the opening .-eremony, was accompanied by Mrs. Cameron and Miss Madge Cul Mrs. Cameron v.itli a box ot' sweets, aud a bouquet of purple and white baronia. Mr. James ^llan introduced Colonel Cameron, ani thanked him for assist ing the members of the women's guild, who had organised the fair, by per forming the opening ceremony. In the course of a. brief speech, Colonel Cameron said he considered it an honour to be asked to open the fete, and expressed his pleasure at the greeting gi reu by the pipers. The Park Chureh, he had been informed, was the o'dest Presbyterian Church in Queensland, and he wished the pro moters...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
FANCY DRESS DANCE [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 3 October 1926

FANCY DRESS DANCE Merry shatter and happy childish laughter filled St. Colomb's Hall, Clay field, last Friday night, when a well attended children's fancy dress dance was held in aid of the Corpus Christi (Nundah) Chureh building fund. The entertainment had been organised by the Sisters of Mount St. Joseph's Convent, Nundah. Tiie hall had been decorated with a lattice work of red and yellow streamers, and the lights were shaded with Oriental trimmings. The grand march was under the supervision of Miss Patricia Cullen. The judges of the fancy costumes, Misses A. Foley and N. Curran, awarded prizes as follow: — Best fancy costume, girls, Marie Genter (Peacock) 1,. Myrtle Tackey (Indian Dancer) 2, Lily Snap? (Spanish Dancer) 3; boys, Len Walsh (Parcel Post) ; best paper costume, Mary Eiordan (Christmas Tree) 1, Mary AHon - Orange) 2; poster costume, Irene Con nelly (Perkins) 1, Cecil Volter (Jester Toffee) 2; best couple, Misses P. Cas sidy and K. Laeey (Soul of Jazz) ; fancy costume, ...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
GARDEN PARTY [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 3 October 1926

GARDEN PARTY With sloping green lawns, and beds of coloured cinerarias, salvia, and roses, the home of Mr. and Airs. J. Davcy (Beechwood, Gladstone-road, South Bris bane) was an ideal setting for the gar den party held there on Saturday. The afternoon had been arranged by the King's College ladies' committee in aid of the college funds. Opportunity ateo was taken tn wel come three of the Empire Parliamen tary delegates, who included Et. Hon. Arthur Henderson, Hon. A. J. Robinson (Newfoundland), and Mr. Luke Thomp-j Cbureh amalgamated with the ladies committee, and assisted in the enter taining. An orchestra rendered selections from the veranda, and solo items Tere giron by Misses H. Hobbs, Aspland, Dunlop, and F. Davey. Mrs. J. DaVov, assisted bv Mesdames W. H. Green (president), and W. Webbj (treasurer) received the guests. Mrs. Daver wore a bois de Tose mariette frock, with an overdress of silver lace showing maTiette godets on the skirt, and a black hat with a black silk lace bri...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
DANCES AT BEAUDESERT. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 3 October 1926

DANCES AT BEAUDESERT. There Vms a record attendance at tlie Technical Hall, Beandesert, last Thurs day night, when, the aiinaal dance in aid of the Beaudeiert Hospital was held. Under the supervision of Mrs. Qumlan the interior of the large hall had been converted into a 'Fairyland'' with coloured streamers in canopy effect and fronds of fern and palin. The stage was latticed with col «„« in -ninnr ripsim. and ferns and flowers adorned the proscenium. The decorations had been carried out in pink and green, with shaded fairy lamps. Five fancy sets took part in the fes tivities, aud many were present in fancy costume. Mrs. Stewart (Veresdale) judged the fancy dress competition, and awarded the first prize to the 'French Student5' set. The best lady's fancy cos tume prize was awarded to Miss Lyons (Jazz Pierette), and Mr. S. Dauth (Masked Domino) gained first prize in. the gentlomen's competition. The children's dance held last Fri day night also was successful. So great wafl the atten...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
ON THE GUM-TREE TRAIL Botanists Travel 3300 Miles [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 3 October 1926

ON THE GUM-TREE TRAIL ? ^ ? Botanists Travel 3300 Miles Mainly to study gum trees as th ey grow where Nature planted then?. Dr. C. S. Sutton and another batani st, who motored from Melbourne to Queensland, have returned to the Vic torian capital, after having travelled 3300 miles, over good roads and bad, across plains and through forests and jungles, and tracts of prickly pear country. The travellers camped by the car in lonely places, but in city and town for sook the simple life' for bed alid break fast in the orthodox tourist way- Their most pleasant memories. are of wayfaring off the main track, of herborising among acres of wildflowcrs, and in brushes where palms and orchids grew luxuriantly Early iu July they left in a single i seater car, aud by way of the Prince's Highway travelled to Sydney, and then along the coast through the New South Wales northern rivers country to the Tweed Heads. From here they travelled to Mount Tambourine and Brisbane, then north to Kingaroy, and ...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
TRAFFIC COURT SYDNEY SCHEME TO SECURE UNIFORMITY [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 3 October 1926

TRAFFIC COURT SYDNEY SCHEME TO SECURE UNIFORMITY As a result of representations made by motorists prosecutions under traffic regulations will in future be dealt with by one magistrate, and all cases will be heard at the Water Police Court in Sydney. A deputation which waited on the Chief Secretary. Mr. Lazzarini, sug gested the creation of a special traffic court, it being pointed out that penal ties imposed for the same offences by different magistrate.-: varied ,.r,nt;,i.,,' ably, and that in some instances there wag a lack of uniformity in the inter pretation of the law. The Chief Secretary referred the matter to the Minister for Justice, Mr. MKell. for report., and the following letter has been received from the Under secretary for Justice: — 'The Minister for Jnsfu-o having carefully considered the matters rotor red to in your communication, instructs me to state for the information of the Chief Secretary that, with a view to securing uniformity of procedure in cases, and also ...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
'VARSITY AND COLTS STUDENTS' STRONG POSITION SEAMAN BOWLS WELL [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 3 October 1926

'VARSriT AND COLTS . .... _^ ? ?- STUDENTS* STRONG POSITION1 SEAMAN* BOWLS WELL It ?sras a fine batting vvk-iot at No. 2 ground, Exhibition, but t5io Xo. 2 Colts J. rAEQUBAH, Eastern Saourus, 'who \t3ls tmcon^nered on Saturday with 73 to his credit against the Colts No. 1 team. did not -lo justice to it. K. Uugloy. the erstwhile Church Union batsman, main tained his record for consistency, ami with 47 lie was top scorer; in his innings were four 4's. He had very little sup port, only one other batsman reaching the 20 's. The' first wicket fell at -lo, so the other batsmeu 's aissistani-c can be well measured. The bowling of Seaman was good, his figures being six for 4(5 off 11 overs but without a maiden. He took two wic kets with successive balls. The fielding of University was neat sir.il sure, and a splendid catch by Hall at long-o)i, which disposed of Binl, was one of the best seen on the ground. The students have M. Biggs with them ,-jgaiu, and he will plav on with the team. He ...

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