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RESTRICTED YACHTS [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926

B,EST,RICTED YACHTS . The-BoyaJ Queensland Yacht Club staged races for the restricted class and the Linton Hope raters. The race of the yachts was won by Caress II., who won comfortably, am' must be regarded as too good for the remainder of the class on the present handicaps. The following boats x competed:- Ma ♦ roomba (W. Yeowart) scratch. Caress I. (D. Slaciaggart) lain, Miss Ajas (Dr. A. E; Gibson) 2miu,, Mjnian -Pr. -?. Croll)^2min, Lakatoi. II. -N.»'Gale) %2 min, I&tona (B. Hart) 2min, Miss Brisbane (V. Camnbi']1 4min, Caross II. -L--' Watts) C-ain. In the punch to CairncrosB Maroomba end Marian were the most prominent of the front mark ers, with Caress II. gradually gaining on the fleet. In the dead muzzle Lance 'Watts had his craft going ' beautifully, and at Queensport had overtaken Laka toi and Latona. Maroomba still held the lead from Marian and Miss Bris bane. . ,. ? ? . . Along Parker the seven yachts pro vided an interesting and' even ,. eon-, test, the craft -...

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

THE RATERS oighf Lintou Hope raters provided a keen race. The' evenness of their r-r- sncwtlve merit being illustrated by the close finish- of the whole fleet. The following were the handicaps: ? Gee Whiz *(E. Verdon), lmin; Maul (K. Colledge), lmin; Evernel -E. Stone), 2min; Kevel (V. Perkins), Emin;: Dan cer (J. Groth), 3£min; Violet OF. «jroucnj.. .Jtmin; Scot {R, PateuJ, 5min; Spurwing II,. (D. Munro), oroiu. Eight 'from the etart Maud and J3v«?i oel were having an interesting tusslf, firte one and then the other taking the lead. In the dead ? punch along .Parker slsud was pointing up a little better th:;n her rival, and by the . time : Pin Lt-.r.oa was reached had a. slight leaa M.-.ud maintained this to Boggy Creek, i.'innding with 30sec :ibfiid of Everncl i'jff. Whiz, Dane*-?. Violet, ' 8eot. ' and Sj-iurwing II. followed in that order. Oil the wind Maud and Evernel held their lead whilst Violet and Spurwing showed good rumnng qualities. Finish ing times: — ,. Maud (S. Colled...

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

KEDRON AMATEUR 1RAG5. '%.?' CLUB ACCEPTANCES. Til--, folioiwlus are the acceptances' for the ; - nioptinc ot the above --lub» to be held at Kedron Park to-morrow (Monday) November £? — MA1DF.N UANmCAP, Kbirtit 5 r-urion-' --t id ',.[ n- Itotany S a Staroma. u ( Kulun S 7 riiiUbfC 8 4 Kcnllad « 7 JIUJ Hyre 8 2 A.-cacia Bell X 7 Darkness 8 2 Or- ill! x 7 Dark Earl - 8 2 Kt-rnm S 7 rhantlemaH 8 0 Wallertii S 7 Worthy Pop J lt» Bcllmore S 4 C Mac 7 10 DIVISION HANDH-AP. about 3 Fur«.n-f FOURTH DIVISION. , WailanlhiKi v 12 JMTI} Valctt* U 10 ' Sic lamwurth 1: 10 Kcyort S- 8 '''i''1^ '?» 0 Sir. Promlncut 8 « Melons '.. 0 B8y Moreton 8 8 ncbbville !( 0 Nauper Tandy 8 7 il'Jdccroe S 13 Vncloud 8 7 Norwood Lady K 13- !-ai?v Hill' 8 2 Maxim 8 10 Curt' King ; jo THIRD DIVISION. MIftake » 18 Slugleness - K 10 Keraila u 6 Dudltisb. £ 7 t'bantle Robe ?» 2 Vaiubah 8 7 MiimsoU&o S 0 Eudorcss 8 -- Vw-alioa ¥ 13 Mr Laurel ? 8 2' Audai-ioiis S 33 Within the Lair .8 u ? - nia--k Knot n 12 ' Pot...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
NOTABLE EVENTS Martin Frobisher DIED NOVEMBER 7, 1594. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926

NOTABLE EVENTS Mat-lin Frobislier DIED NOVEMBER 7, 15«i. Sir Martir Frobisher, sailor ana navigator, was born about 1535. After several years of adventurous trading in the Levant, and on' the coast of Africa, he was sent- out to discover a north-west passage to China. He was the first Englishman to make search amongst the ice of the Arctic regions. He made three expeditions. for this pur pose, and endeavoured to found a set tlement north of Hudson's Bay, Iiones of immense wealth to be lound in these northern regions having taken the publie fancy. Though he sailed through the strait, afterwards known as Hud son's Strait, he n rver realised the value of hi; discovery. He was captain of the Primrose, in Drake 's voyage to the West Indies, in 1585, and of the Triumph against the Armada in 1588. For this last service he was knighted by the Lord Admiral on the deel- of the Ark Koyal. In 1590 he served under Hawkins in the expedition to the coast of Portugal. In. 1594, having been mortally...

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

SOUTH BRISBANE SKIFFS . On the Mdtoa Eeach the race wa8 heId over the north-east course, the breeze having a tendency to vary a little around the east-north-east quarter. The out standing feature was the excellent fin ish -of five boats for fourth positing mere being less than a boat's length be tween them. The following were the handicaps :~ Fawn (W. Fitton) scratch, Pastime {E Wolfe) scratch, Corona (G. Robertson^' limn., Memory (A. Morehead) lmin' meteor (AV. AiUson) 2mih.. Avalon (G Sleath) 3min., X.F.J. (J. Jones) 4min., Magnet .(W. Marquis) C min., Wildfire (J. WalliS)- (Smiii., Versi (E. Ware) 7min.7 Valencia (T. Dean) J7min., Miss Orieigh (G. Bylanda) 8min., Victor (V. Lucas) Smin. Pastime led over the fim lap, whilst Vcra was performing ex cellently. The leader kept her lead, the rounding times at. the end of the second lap being: — Pastime 4.5.30, Fawn 4.8.3S, Corona '4.8.45, Vera 4.9.45, Meinorv 4.10.0. Meteor 4.10.0, Avaloii 4.10.1 Magnet 4.10^2, NJ'.J. 4.10:3. Valenc'-i...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
Madame Roland DIED NOVEMBER 8, 1793. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926

Madame Roland DIED NOVEMBER 8, 1793. The French revolution brought manj women as well aa men int6 prominence, and among the number was Madame Roland. She was born in Paris in .17o(J, her maiden name . being- .Mafioii Philipon. She made rapid, progress in painting, music, and general literature, and became an accomplished girl. In 1780 she married M. Roland, who was. inspector-general- ©£.: manufactures at Lyons. They travelled ,-a good deal in Italy, Switzerland, -and intgland be tween 1-780-84. When the French revolution broke out the Rolands, ? accepted the new order of things with great avidity. . JL. Roland was elected representative of Lyon to the National Assembly, and he and Bis wife, soon formed a friend ship with Mirabeau, and other leading spirits, at the time when the revolu tion was still in it? best days. Madam Roland took part in the deliberations of the Jacobin Club and frequented the sittings of the assembly. She was one of the most eloquent women known, to Vistory, ...

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

WEEKLY ESSAY This competition (for which book prizes will be awarded) will be con tinued. Senior and junior competitors to seleettheir own subjects. The com petition closes on Saturday, Novem ber 13. RULES TO BE OBSERVED. (1) Write your full name, age, and address carefully aud clearly tin the first page, aud write only on one side o£ each sheet of paper NUMBER OF WORDS NOT TO EXCEED 750 All Storks and Essays must be clearlv addressed to: — Martin Hamble ten. 'The Sunday Mail' Office, Bris bane.

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

THE 'EIGHTEENS ? .-.: PfS%-S*M pttt 'up anfttli/r ' Hv.c ?? ? . :!::fiV-.« jii iliirjorii? by irinji.m : .,i the'-V.ek u::i:k, VVhou' looking ;i ?cc,:.:jn wifisier, -opiJoaJte ? Parker Point, in the ran to the finishing line, trouble was experienced with her extras. He.' -£.innaker pulled away, through the | \ ? ? ? breaking of the halyard D.V.B. going into first position. Quick resetting of «xtras enabled Marjorie to onco mor«: gain the lead to win in great style. The following were the handicaps:— Tviana (J. Hindham), 5min on; Vaga band {II. Whimp), 3*min; Valena -F. Ch.ristensen), lmin; D.V.B., (V. Callng han), lmin; Marjorie (S. SprinfieJd). scratch. At Caircross Iviana held the lead, with D.V.B., Marjorie, Vagabond, and Valena following in that order. In the dead punch to windward along Par ker D.V.B. and Marjoriu excelled, gain ing on Iviana. Laying a good course Maijorie improved considerably, moving into second position in the Pinkenba reach. The latter was moving very f;:st...

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

SOCIAL EVENING. Miss D. Harrison entertained a num ber of friends test Friday evening at Bialto House ^Coorparoo). Competitious were won by Mr. 3ud Mrs. D. Syuies, Mrs. G. Brown, Miss K. Brown: Messrs. B. Patterson and IT. Woy, while consolation prizes wcro awarded Airs. T. Moss, Miss C. Brid don, ^fessrs. P. Johnson, B. Harrison. Thosewbo. aci-epted invitations in cluded: — Mr. and Mrs. E. Moss, Mr. and Mrs. D.'Sv'mcr,: Mesdames \Y. Tav lor, G. Brown: Misses I/. Mason, L. Markt. P. Brown, Wyun. Taylor, i-. Brown, G. Goodwin, -'. Briddon (Eng land), O. and D. Diysdalc, 0. Harrison, D. Harrison. X. Mitchell, -1- Adarus: ? Nurse 'P. Harris; Messrs. H. Hine,' V.. \V-Btacott, P. Jtihusoii, Gladwjji, B. Patterson, C. WJiite, K. : Marshall. B and L. Hariison^]-.. Sargoant, J. Box all, H. Wey. B. IBuddcii (Sydney). J. Gregg, J. Adams, and H. Harrison. MARK MONEY.— Postal ?' or personal , tuition in Jiairdressing. Profitable;': faticinating. Special October offer, Jsa; Saloon, ..Wickliam-'s...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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KNOWLEDGE BOX THINGS WORTH NOTING RED AND BLACK SEAS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926

KNOWLEDGE BOX ? ? ? THINGS WORTH NOTING RED AND BLACK SEAS me JCcd bea lias been so called by the Romans (mare rubrunj) and by the Greeks, as a translation of the Semitic name, the reason for whieh is uncertain. The presence of the' red marine organ isms which live in its surface water and streak it with a red colour may have sug gested the name. The Black Sea received i its name because the skies there are black and stormy compared with the clear bl-je Mediterranean skies. HALLUCINATIONS. Hallucinations (Lat. 'haliueinair,' or 'aluciuari,' to wander in mind) is the mind informing the senses instead of the senses informing the mind. There cau be no doubt that the senses may be ex cited by the mind (froni within as wsll ns from without). Macbeth saw the dan^ ger of his imagination as distinctly ?is the dagger he held in hie hand; Male branche declared that he heard the voice of God; Descartes thought he was fol lowed by an invisible person telling him to pursue his search for truth; ...

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

BRISBANE SKIFFS The outstanding feature of the 16-foot skiff race -was the speed attained off the wind. The ebbing tide fanured the front markers, while Dragon was notable xiver the bourse. ' Although rouadinjj ?last she eventually finished sixth, giving ,an exhibition reminiscent of A^ax at her Jbest. .. The following were the handicaps : - Portia (G. Dunue.) scratch, Native (J. Gedsles) .lmin, Musician (K. M' Murray) 3miB, Elvira (W. Bergin) 4m5n, June (S. -Hancock) oimin, Odyssey (V. K-eutzer) em.n, O.K. (F. Coleman) 7^ mill, Colleen (W. Macfarlane) 7imin, CSKauce' (H. Day) /7J!min»r-.To.vce. -V Wright) 7+min, Curious (V. Vaughan Simin, Venture (E- Crouch) 9min. Dra gon (A. Whereat) lOmJn. Xatiro broke* her tiller just prior to the Start, arid took no part in the race. Portia led right .throughout, being a minute and a half ahead at the Boggyr Creet mart' Chance was performing the best of the back-markers, whilst Venture was also prominent. The rounding times vrcre: — Portia, 3.4...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
Sir John Hawkins DIED NOVEMBER 12, 1595. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926

Sir johu Hawkins 'y . DIED NOVEMBER ,\2, 1595*. '-?,'. Sir John Hawkins, scuii'.-.m, and -stafes- iiuin. a contemporary of Sir .Frances Orake. made several trading and :sinB$ gling 'voyages to the Spanish ila:n, and narrowly escaped being, caught, atid hanged there in J-1;-S. It was iu regard to those expeditions that Huwfcms earned the' unenviable reputation of fyi ing 'the first EnglislUHan to' onga^.^M the abominable fra'nii' N'u slaves^' a'ttitffre which' assumed s.uch i.orrible dimensions in succeeding generations. In 1372 ho . entered Parliament for Plymouth, and :u the following year was matle Treasurer of the Navy. In that post he rendered most valuable services, and- introduccL many practical ? improvements oi -au kinds. . . ' -. '.' In 358S 'he t-ommaiulpd as . a... rear admiral against the Spanish Armada-,. ir--lrt Vs .'flag.-in.'tlie. ''.jTitiory.'' and Jjjj'r^hjs vaJpuv was 'kujghted Jity the comh^uGvr iiV-ehief. '.. .In ' Xtf\i$. .with Frobish? i'V, Jt« commanded aii e...

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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Armistice Day NOVEMBER 11, 1918. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926

Armistice Day NOVEMBER l.i, 1918. At five o'clock on the morning of this day the Armistice, which' ended tlic Great War. was signed, and General Foelr tele graphed' to his generals: 'Hostilities will cease on the whole front .-is from No; veinber 11. at 11 o'clock.' John Buchan in his 'History of the War' . (vol. XXIV 81). thus describes tho moment ous occasion :— 'The morning of Monday, November 11. was eold and foggy. The front whs for the most part quiet, only cavalry patrols moving eastward in touch with the retreat. The minutes pas's^l- ^siowJyv .;: along the front. An occasional shell*.1 an occasional burst of firing, fold tftat~ peace was not yet. but thei . were IoriS'; spells of quiet, save in the Aiuerieift'ft* area. Officers had their witches in' their hands, and- the troops waited -with ihe same grave composure 'ith whieh . the*'- had fought. . Men were too ireifry an* deadened for their imagination'-''t»''4qs*^ to the great moment, for it 3sJ«6F':rt: the time, but long ...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
Oliver Goldsmiths BORN NOVEMBER 10, 1728. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926

Olivet; rGoldsmith^? \ ? ???'??.? ??????? :-. .-:. i--o BORN NOVEMBER 10, 1728.' : ? Oliver Goldsmith, Englishman of let ters, was *orn at Rallas or Palksmor-e, in County- Longford,. Ireland, .but; hit father, a -clergyman,., soon obtained $jj living of -Kilkenny, r,S!?«st, and i^ftj}»« ? was brouVht,,up in thif' ne^ghbouriril, v3uL lage . of LisBoy.t . At, .seventeen ie, 'exkj tered Trinity College, Dublin, /wttete.'Jjf. ' led a careless life. After taking Jhit degree he ilived at home for two' years'. He tried to take orders, but, for un known reasons, was rejected by_'; the bishon. He tried the Bar and meaicinfe in rapid succession^ and showed brflfirfn'S incompetence .m*7eac3i; His onljf_/'r%J success, perhaps^- w'as his inventftfn^f street ballads;'^t '^te 'shillings eaclf.^ '''?; ? Becoming '?pirittfitess1''he went ? abrohft supporting himself by playing tbV'fttfte and by other mysterious means. Yet he was never downhearted, and ob^enred significantly that he 'found people spr...

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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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926

NOW IS DAHLIA TIME Cactus, Paeony, Collarette, Pom- fl pone — a splendid selection of dc- fl lightful t-ahlias. The tubers have J just arrived, a sound consign. ' I ment that we can thoroughly re- jl commend. If you cannot call in ' and select yourself, write us, giv ing your requirements, and we Tte ' will do our best to please. ^ Collection 12 Named Sorts, 15/ POST FREE Half Collection 6 Named Sorts, 7/6i POSTAGE if 'Everything for tiie Garden/' « SHAW & SONS Ltd. ' 'Everybody's Emporium,' QUEEN-STREET, BRISBANE. -fe-B-— _?_??? — — ? ? -___-_?_??-_-??_?_) « Dahlia Tubers Cactus, Paeony, and Decorative. All the best varieties, J/6.cach, 15/' doz. Chrysanthemums, ^k Tnmirred and Recurred Japanese, ail ^^B varieties, 1/ each, 10/ doz. ^^9 Gladioli Bulbs, Best named varieties, 1/6 caeb, 13/ doz. j Zinnia Seed, Tn separate colours, 6-J pkt. . Ciant Dahlia, Flowered, enormous blooms of.. ' many, beautiful colours, 1/ pkt. All annuals and vegetable plants in season. ?We supply hi...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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ODDS AND ENDS PLAYERS AND WRITERS [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926

ODDS AND ENDS — ♦ — PLAYERS AND WRITERS (By Old Actor.) Many changes have t:iken'pl:ice during the last several decades for the better ment of the actor ami actress. In Aus tralia to-d;iy ladies of the chorus draw more money per week than did Rutland LSun-'jigton when playing leading rolls in Gilbert and Sullivan operas at the Savoy Theatre. Incredible though it may seem, for a considerable time he received but £4, his first rise being :in iiu-re.-ise to £o' pei- week. It whs about th's time 1h:it .limmy Glover, of Dairy Lane i'.'ime, was adapt ing a play trotn the French for £;* cash down, with a promise of n 10s bonus if the English version proved a success. Many years later he related ;it the O.l\ Club that it netted its purchaser in all about £20,000. ''It is only fair to say,' s;t:d Jimmy, with a twinkle in his eye, ''that when 1 wrote for the extra 10s it was paid without a murmur!' Jimmy Glover was one of the few people to sec the German menace. As long ago as J011, on the oc...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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CHILDREN'S PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926

CHILDREN'S PARTY. -A ' happy . time was spent on Satur day afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Laviar (Kuth-street, South 'Brisbane), when Miss Edith Lavis en tertained a., number of her. .friends.' at ten. Miss Eileen Lavis assisted in the entertaining. Games and competitions were held during tbe evening. The dining-room had been decorated with a canopy of pale, pink and blue streamers, siivi sbasta daisies were i;s?d to decorate the table. Each guest received a dainty fairy doll, Uressed in o feather frock. Tbe children present included Jeau Cole?, Jean Bouchard, Lorraine Streeter. Joaji.Kobir.son, El'frida Groi'e. Leslie Pamjjon, Elwyn Junner, Joha M'Gill. Davis Kent, Logan and Derek Bligo, Zillah LaTCombe, Doris Roberts. Olive Ashworth, Margaret Roberts, Joan Chandler, Mary Lind, Shirley Caine. Joan Gcddes, Peggy Mansfield, Dorothy. Kichardson. Ena Eobinson, Peggy Wishart. Barbara Darwin, Molly Appleyard, Estelle Cormac, Joyce DavieV, Mary ' M* Gill. Joyce Webster, Phyll...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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STUARTHOLME FETE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926

STTJARTHOLME FETE. Many. people, interested ..themselves in the' fete held on Saturday aftenioon at Sruartholme Convent in aid of the four Esry fund, and the promoters were re warded by a large attendance. ' Stalls, decorated with red and yellow streamers (the convent colours), were arranged Tound the spacious grounds, and ex ouisitc handwork was sold by tbe pupils. Many of the articles had been Rpeoially sent from Pans, Italy, and Japan. £1000 was needed for the fund,, and! already £700 had been raised. The fete was officially opeiied by Arch bishop Duhig, who was introduced to those present by Father M. Irvine. Dr.. Duhig, was met at... tlw entrance to the convent by the Eev; Mother and Mrs. E: G. Theodore. ?-..-. ?-,-' '- Ij; introducing Archbishop Dulrig, Father Irvine mentioned the consistent interest Dr. Duhig 'had always shown, in -he convent, and, on behalf of the Sisters, he desired to thank him most earnestly for performing the opening cerejnony. Archbishop I-uhig said tha...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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