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BOWLERS EFFECTIVE VICTORIAN PENNANT GAMES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926

BOWLERS EFFECTIVE VICTOEIAK PENNANT GAMES. MELBOURNE. Saturday. — The tbird round o£ j-ennant cricket began to-day ia exi-elleut weather. Scores were as follow: — Hawthorne — Knsl Melbourne v Ksrcndon. — Hawthorne— Ka«t Melbourne, first innings. 94 (L-? Coatour :-9). Bowling: Hiuliard-on six irickets lor 2-i. Mul'ett four for 37. Essendon. first innings, f.vo wickets for 66 (ITeavey not out 41). Richmond v North Melbourne. — Rich-: rcond.' first in-iin^*. 150 (Xioiiolson :V2-. Bowling: Johnson nine fnr SP. Xorth Mel- J bourn*, first inaing-=. no wji-kets for 3n. -, Melbotirno v South ' Melbourne. — As th.r j Albert sround was mifit for piny to-d:iy ? the match, between Melbourne :ind South j Melbonrne was i-o.v.7K-iie«l until next Satnr- ! day. 1 CarltoTi v yorth'-oto.— Carlton, first in- ' nings. 1S2 (I)e Gmchy -14). Bowline: | Gharlcsvorrh three fnr 40. H. Fortbersil! ? fivo for 37. B.-iring four for 31. Sorthccte, firsi. inning?, two wickot* f'r 3*. j Prahran v St. Kilda. — -St. ...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
DINGO'S HOWL AN ALL-NIGHT SITTING [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926

DINGO'S HOWL AX ALL-NIGHT SITTING J The producer of 'Greenhide'' had to film a dingo howling for a seene in that photoplay, so cameras and baggage were | packed and producer and cameraman left | for the mountains near Cunningham's Gap. wheiv- the dingoes in one locality j always come to a witer hole to drink. An ambush was made and they waited j through the htat of one day for the com- j ing of n dingo, but the dingoes that dyy were evidently not thirsty. A lumpy- \ jawed cow was then cut up and its re mains strewn beside a large bent log, which was ? silhouetted against the sky line: A bright moon was shining, and at; about half an hour from midnight two dingoes came stealthily in and com menced fearing the remains of the dead cow, punctuated now aud again by gurg ling growls at ore another. ' At last the thing happened. The j more generous of the two dogs mounted I the bent log. and against the sky he lifted his head over and over again in long, pitiful wails for his other mate to...

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

CYCLING ? ^ ROAD RACING CLUB EVENTS The events held on Saturday afternoon v.vrc praclieally Hit- final events of the .sea^nn, th«re beln? only one more club race to bo -mti- diicled. Several ^urprisos were hrongbr o»T. .1 E. 51'Brlan wou Jbo Hamilton WIkjcUts' senior 10-mile diampionship. S. Uollowjy. defeated .1 good tleld in the W.-st Brls.ii:u junlor club cham]iionsbi]). and W. lleil^.ii acfcunted for the Kangaroo IViint junior -'!inia- iaonshiii in hollow fashion. Results: — ANNERLEY WHEELERS. .irXIOH -. MILE BAXDICAr. J.. Harris. 2min ? 1 V. Stanley, Cmin . . ? ?' A. Carter, scratch ? o Fa .'Jest time. A. Carter, 13.4o. SExioii ;-;.;ilk iiandk-ai*. H. Sciirnauur. nm'n ? 1 V. KcrasRs. ?Jniiii ? - K. HankiDSiMJ. 3min ? .*! Fa:.trsi time. W. I»e Jfaid. 21. If. i KANGAROO POINT. I JUXIOR J-irrLE SCKATCH RACK. W. Btdsor ? 1 C. Scraggs ? 2 : L. Weaver ? 3 ; Tlds was the filial eveul ot a series of Tlirco race for the club cJiampionshiii. The final placings In ohampionshij) were : W. ...

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

MELBOURNE THEATRES j 'Kat-.ja' continues on its triumphant j way at His Majesty's. Marie Burke, | ?is the dancing girl, is a great success. J She is supported by a number of fav- j ourites. ' ; 'Brown .Sugar.' the attraction at; the Koyal. is proving a big drawing card, it is played by a powerful east, including Benee Kelly, *George ±5ar rnutl, Hylton Allan, and Margaret Darner. --n Saturday- 'Mary Kose,' a comedy by ?). M. Barrie, opened at the King's. It is played by Dion Bouci canlt'.-.- clever company. Frank Niel's comedians are playing! tlie popular old fnrcial comedy, 'What! Happened to .Tones,' at the Palace.! This extremely amusing production is drawing big houses. Harry Green continues to hold the stage at. the Athenaeum. The prdoue tion is 'Nothing but Lies,' a clever comedy well played. Henry Santrey's Orchestra still heads the bill at the Tivoli. Others are: Brnc? Green. HdroiiTKi'. and Lavelle, mid Lfpr1^:.

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
BASKETBALL D GRADE FINAL WYNNUM'S PREMIERSHIP [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926

BASKETBALL D GRADE FINAL WYWNUM'S PREMIERSHIP Nynnum played briUtanf basket ball on Sat urdar in defeating Coorparoo iu tbe final oV Ihe D grade by II pobils. Wiiniuni:— Ba-;ks. I,. Hods??, r Baker \ Lulnim: centres, (i. Slorrir. R. Croucli }J Brodie- forwards. E. Baker (captain). H. Rich ardson, G. Kilton. Coorparoo: — Back?, D. Oonnau. X. Connan V. .lobnson (captain) : oentrcs, R. Maidietrs, E. Fownall, X. Currant: forwards, A. Palllstcr, 'O. Payne, ^L Sakerwlski. From the first whistle the scasiders attacked, and were four points alidad in five minutes. From a Wynnum transeression O. Payne found the net for 'Roos. A. Paliister tlien broke throusli. - nnd a nice shtit found 'Boos only ono point j behind. 'Bnos continued to 'warm round tlic goal, but brilliant intercepting by A. Lulbam again and again saved the situation ? for the seasi^ers. After a period of attacking by Wyn num added another three points to their score, j Soon afterwards the seasiders were able to score frajh a f...

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

MARYBOROUGH CLUB MAETBOROl'GH. Saturday. — A cycle race, under Ihe auspicious of tbc Maryborough Cycle Club, was run this afternoon. The course, wbich was over 20 miles, was from the Globe Hotel. Maryborough, to Siufield's Hill, on the Pialba-ruad, and back. Twenty-one ridtrt: started. The result was as follows :— R. Beck J20.W. before go). 1 ; W. Kllpatrick lOsec behind). 2: K. Lampton (IGsec behind), 3: V. Lewis (75SCR behind 1, 4; -I), '-cyslug SOsec behind), 3;-D. King -20sec. behind), a. Beck passed the tape two minutes ahead uf the second man. who was accompanied by Meveral others. - Tbe sprint fur six-un-1 and third places was fast aud exciting. The winner's time was 12.iT-.

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

TOOWOOMBA r.RAnr hitruc: ! TOOWOOMBA. Saturday.-- GrfHe matches H were continued thts afternocn. Kssults: — ' i A GRADE. i Grammar?, first innings. 193 (W. Browne 21, ; W. Rankiu 10. A. Purdy 67. A. Pfovan 31 not i cut; K. Pacfeet 20). Diggers, first Innings, one tor 50 (H. Poon 21 not out, R. Kerrtp 14 not out. I-. Thompson. 10). BowlJnp for. Diggers: C. Broadfoot four for 38.. A. OehUnan two for 28, H. Poon two for 29, V. Jocumsen two for 22. For Grammars.: Teates one for 26. ? '' . B'CRADE. (Jrammars. first Innings. 99 (G. Myles 34. W. Daries 25). Asvlum. seven for 1S3 {Jr. lKisan 20. V. K. Hodges 56, W. Miles IS, W. MInnes 3S. W. Moore 31 not out). Bowling for Asyium : . O. Moore five for 29, B. . V. j Hodges three for 27. W. Miles one for 24. I For Grammars: F. Wllshire five for 41, G. t Boys one for 55, F. Yeates one tor 17. ? JUNIOR GRADE. i Xell -street Methodist Church, v Itaff -street I Methodist Church, played oh (iodsall-street ; Park ^wicket-— Baff-street Methodist, fir...

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

NORTH COAST NAMBOUll Saturday^— The North Coast | Cricket- Association fixtures were continued this j afternoon. The Nambour A grade team played Mooloolah oil tbe latter's wicket In 1he first j innings Mooloolab scored 1S4 (D. Simpson 103, , J. Crespent 40). Bowling for Nambour W. Per ren took six wickets for 40 ruus. . . N'amV/Our , made 115 in the first innings (V. Gayllard S3 not out. R. N'ipiieress SI).' Bowling for Mooloolah 1. Crumb Wok four wickets for 37 runs and A. Laxtoh four for 30. The match Will be concluded nest Saturday. in fhn b tiritAn Petrle Creek tVlaTed North I (Arm on the former's ? wicket. Results : — North | Arm, first innings SO ; Petrie Creek, first innings ] 21 second innings six for 138 (F. Perren 23. - C. Boyle SO). Bawling for Petrie Creek F. , Nichols took 'five wickets for CO \ XIreal Interest was taken in the match be- j tween thjs.1 Nambour Kural . School .Old Boys' ; As-mclatlon 'ii'i-1 NamBbur -B grade. Results : | — jOld Boy 3' Asveiation, first i...

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

SOUTH COAST SOVTHPOET. Saturday. — The compct! tron fixture.-; conducted by ? the Soutliiwt and District CrickSet AssOL-iation were con tinued this afternoon, when three mat'-lies i were played. Scores: — Eastport (Southport) defcaleil the South port School, at the arhool oval, by 90 racs J on tlie first innings. Soathport School, ] first innings, lla (.?. F. Gvercll 72. K. S. Kins 10. J. Gibson S). Bowling: HarnM i Napper four wickets' for in. If. B. Sullivan i four for V4, II. S. V.'iittle one for 20. Kai-t- | port, first innrajs. nine wickets for 202 --?. Toreraan 80 rot out. H. Xapper. .inn-., 35. : 11. S. Whittle 31. Cvril Xajipw' 24. G. -V. ' Jackica n 17). Bow'ing: S. W. Roberts ! seven for :;5,.I». L. Ulundell one lor 51. i COOMEEA JtTNlORS WIN. ; _ Coomtra junioM defeated. --il:?ton. at ; Serang. I-y 71 runs on the first Mnri:ig*. i Coomera janiors. first innings, ' 149 (Rus- I neH Oxenfonl ::7. Norman Camblinp 3-\ l^i. \ Osenford 2--. W. Bimbling 25. C. Currey ! 11). Bo\r'...

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

THREE CENTURIES SYDNEY BATSMEN. .SYDNEY. Saturday. — The fourth round of j the first grade criekei finished in !in^ weather | to-day. Kesults : — : Glebe, first inuinss. 230 : second innings, j five for 33; beat Waverl--y. ]»ft -A. LeWjs 39. . Morris, six wiokets for fi'J. Raudwiclc 272 (S. Merchant. 63 H. Webster -'7 uot out. Dr. M'Crystal 57). beat Paddington 234 fA. WeHs 73). Baliuain )27 (A. .Tat-kson Is-?.), drew ivitli Western Suburbs, foil' vticUets fc K02 (It. Bardsley 114). PeiersiiaDi. first innines. 21-3; second inninss. threo wickefi for 124. lost tu rnivcrsity. first in/iinis 289 (3. Hoci lr.O). Mosmtin. first inuings 210 (\V. Trenery 40^. { beat North Sydnev. first inninss 148: second) Inninf.s. two wickets for 11C. Gordon, 1st I Innings, nine wickets for 3GS: second in- ; tiii.Es. two wictets for 91. beat Cumberland , VKi CL. Leaditeater ftj not out). CampheH. ; seven wickets for SO. Kelleway. three wickets 1 for (M. ? j

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

TENNIS SUMMER ASSOCIATION TOURNEY COMMENCES ; The .Siimmi-r Association's tennis tourney I vran ccminieiH-ed ou Saturday afternoon. : There an: two i)i visions, an.l the romiwj- ; lion ririiinises ;?» lunintHin the interest of 1 players through ihe euMiins month. Jf Sat- \ nrdaj-s entries may |,e accented :is a fair I criterion, mi Lick of enthusiasm eboiild be ; experienced. Si-ores to hand: — ;

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

MIXED DIVISION A GRAD3. j ^ Kwinurul -- A.-Ciiitia. — Wun by former liy [ GleuiVrrio v Arcadian. — On rormcr s I court, and won by OlentVrric bv -J7-4 1. i'lant— Cry'.« (A.) v Ctuirtucy— Sttfek-y (-;.). -1-ti; il'Grath — Brisss v Woodwanl — Spark-ps, li-o: Miss Mitchell — Jlis.s Marsh.-i!l )'? -*r'ss,,Luder''ood — 3Iiss nemstead. ti-'J: 1 ^'.v!6 — irarshail v Sparke«— He.mstead. 6-4; i ?,1,Gra,t,llr-JIit-lhu11 v Stcelov- — Underv.oo.i. J-C; Briggs — Marshall v Wood-.var.l— Horn- Jl«ad. C-4; Plane— Miu-.hcll v Courtney— Lnderwood. 3-fi: M'Grath— firie-s v Court ney — Stcelcy. 3-0: Plane — CryU- v Wood ward — LSparkes, 6-5. Taylor on.l Wilson v Cranbrook. — On former ? s court, and v-oa by Taylors by 54 00. Heat}.— -Miss Don v i'arrar— Sirs. 1-arrar. 6-:;: Vilsou — Miss Hood v J-'. Grecn bary — Miss Fowter. or,: Buutoii — Miss Don j- Fomer—- Sirs. Farrar. G-l; Howard— Miss Uood v n. Rreenbury — 2fiss Forstcr. C:; Bunton— Henth v D. and P. Grennlmry. ti 'J; \\il--on — Unv.ard v For?tor...

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

COMPOSERS' FORTUNES i i ? Thar tiic composition of music can i be profitable when ' lie worlc of the eoni posi-r is popular is iiudi-niaiile. but the rfew fortunes tliat havn bei-n made by pomposcrs lui\e ijouerally been started ! rather tlvaii built uu by thi- profits ot' ; their music. Kosfiiui i» goiieraliy , sup I posed to have made a hirjie fMrtunx uu* ; of his O])cra-, but In- himself admitted that while h-' Imd notbin^ 1-i i.-umplain about in this rrspccl. hi* wealth cann1 rather from a liutnb; r ur sneeessfu! speculatioiif to whi'-h lie v.-js inlrodneod by one of the ]«.-ths'.-ii:ld family. It if probalih'. too. that in hi* specula timi. ;is iii his ir.usie. he knew when to -top. When he had iiuishwl ??William TeV..' and seen that it v.as a great smws. he ncvi:v atU-mjued. another opera, ihoiijrli lie Iii orl nearly -10 yoiirs loii.aci When asked by an adiniii-r why he did not trv to rep-:it this r-.-eeebS, kiiywin.y; his own limitations (the chi-n of which was his own lazin...

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

MEN'S DIVISION 6 GRADE. i I-.B. v Hampsteiid II. -I'laycd iit. Tuowong ' ' ami «on by fonsiiT t-y SI — IS. , [ Caber Fclgh v Helmyriet.— Won by latter bj ir,--t--,. ' I Honsicr v Waninirc.— M^atch ur.iwn— «.'- | games ali_ C GRADE. - Easts v Caber l''cizh.— 'Won by former by ; Wunduzzen v Taylor ami Wilson. — Won by former by -14-23. rctcrs— l-erri.-U v ; iius^ridge — Uoberts, 4-6, 6-0; v Ayrps — ; KichardE, «-O. 6-5. Wotton — Wheat ley v ? Mug^ridge — Koberis. C-2, -1-0; v Ayrcs — ; Richards. CO. 0-4. ! Belrayrlet v Riverbend. — Won by latter . by -J2-2S.

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
'DAWN' OF NEW ERA BRAINS BEHIND THE PRODUCTION [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926

DAWN* OF NEW ERA ? ? — ^ BRAINS BEHIND THE PRODUCTION When a play or a motion pii-tvjre is presented, the :'d\ i-riisii;-r c-arries the -;:;r's name in b:-j black letters, tujretlier wiih those of the supporting players. :? ml tin? publicity para^j-aphs tel! tho stiivy's tlienii1 and its highlights of in terest. Behind H all. and of far greater ijniirirtanco. is the figure of the man with whom the public are not so well iiefjuaiiiied, bm wlio^e bruins and genius decide the success or otherwise --f the |M uw in 1. 1 ? i ji _ rie is \nc |»iuutn.t i — in^ man v,ho pets a one line notice in brnvkei.s I produced by So-aiwi-i'o'i. Us-.jilly lie is of i-iie type that doe* :ioi desire publicity, be.-ause his heart is too Kiuf-h in his vork, and his work is all the publicity he wants. If the public enjoy the {tietiire lie has directed, he i- u bappy man and a successtu! pro. (ineer. and that is all the advertising h;i needs. Jwit such a mnu is Xoruian Pawn. who is now prodi-.hi{r 'For the Te...

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

QUITE FITTING. Our in:nniv ni\vs]v.v,.ev has h:id .-J mined rrlatiuns v.-itli an ailvenis'.-r. Just, when i!H wliuir Uiuuiiln that (,'VL'i-ytliinp was ^oir.ji sniootlily \ho iltjor of liis oiiii-o \v:is fltiiiR oj-on one day :i few niinii'e-- ;i froi- tlu niition :nn! tlie iiunins iidvovtii-e:- connontdl ihc :in\i(i'.is odito; . - ''Fino bn-ak you inaiii' in my ail. tor day. Jii.-t reml th:U.'' The editor iiickc-il up the paper. In bitr black type wore th^ -.vord-:: 'H you want to have a !it wp;h- .Touc-'V

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

THRILLS IN NAVAL COMEDY ?\V;!}!;ic!' Beery snd Eaymond Hatton know .iust how a motor driver feels when he --fes a train rushing toward him foi n:i inevitable crash. The Paramount n-.-tors, adrift in :i row boat, were fata palted into ihe vpen water recently in a similar catastrophe, when .n steel-clad nose of a battle cruiser phuig-hed through theii- tiny craft. The actnm compvises one of the tin-iliiug scenes in the comedy of the v.ar-time sailor. '\W:e in the Sstvy Now.1' lieing iilniod under t He direc tion of I-M'.vard iSutherland. and was exf-.'Ul-jd Avit!;ou1 :i mishap. Beery .-mil H::tton are the green rookies of the navy comedy, and the featured cast also in cludes Cii'-.-.ter Conklin, Tom Kemiedy, Lori-a'uic.Kasoii. and Donald Keith.

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

HARD HITTER ? ?? ? Charles Chfiuvel used foresight when hp selected Frank Thorn, notable among A-ustriilia's pugilists, f«i enact the role of. Bill itullins, one of the hard-hitting, ne'er-do-well cattle duffers in 'Green- liido.'' the fights in 'Greenhid'j'' were staged with a realism deeply unpleasant for anyone who fame into 'lose contact with the Thorn fists, to:- Frank, when he bits., ienves v.n iloiibt Thnt. someHiiui h.-is landed. He puts the punches into 'Oreenhide' with :i vim which has :il vvays been the outstanding ii'iality of fchi3 veteran at the ring.

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
THE TIVOLI ETHEL M. HULL STORY WITH LEWIS STONE [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926

THE TIVOLI I — ♦ — i ETHEL M. HULL STORY | i WITH LEWIS STONE \ 'The Sheik,'' both as a soreeu pioJin-j tion and as a novel, won world-wide i popularity for the authoress. Ethel M. j -Hull. Later --he. wrote -'The Desert Healer.'' which was even more popular. This story now comes to the screen as j a First. National production, under th.; ' title of 'Old Love* and New.'' It will j br the Tivoli's special attraction to- j morrow. Tuesday, and 'Wednesday. | Included in the east are Lewis fitone.1 Barbara Jlediord. Kathpiino M'Dniialrl' I 'fully Marshal), ami Walter Pidgeon! i When First National decided to adapt 'The Desert Healer'' for the. screen, a search was commenced for a leading lady j whoeo drama tie ability, combined wit!i j a rare type of beauty, would succeed \ in jcoitiiig the most out of the exacting I role of Marnev O'Meara. and eventually i Uarbara Bedford was diOSPn. Lewis j .Stone appears in a role altogether new | to him. and his we'.l-won popularhv! should be furthe...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
AFTER DEATH. WHAT? MORE OF SHERLOCK HOLMES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926

AFTER DEATH. WHAT ? MORE CF SHERLOCK HOLMES. Sir Arthur Conan Doy!e declares he is more certain of what will happen to him after he has departed this, life than he would be of the experiences that lay ahead if he should contemplate a trip to South America. Sir- Arthur's opinions on this subject are contained in an in terview with him which will be nublished in to-morrow's issue of '-The Daily Mail.' The interview is not eon fined to {he occult. The celebrated author discourses on in ternational questions, literature, and the stage. He also takes the reader into his confidence as to his literary work, and it is interesting to know that Sherlock Holmes will acain pipy a leading part on the stage of fiction. ? Tt i'li'r easy for P. man to kevji cool when it is up to him to eiioose be tween the frying pan and the lire. If a ni.-iu falls mice k« begins to h-- 1m-vp :- ^«k.

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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