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COMING EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926

COMING EVENTS. A dance will be held on the Cephce ! next Tuesday evening in aid of the i Seamen's Institute. . j

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

WEDDINGS. Brooks— Flynn. At St. Sr.epoe.i s Catheflral on fcatur- ? day afternoon the wedding took place : of Mr. John Gilbert Brooks (only ton «'-f Mr. and Mrs. E. Brooks. Lament- : street, Wilston) and Miss Catherine \ Flynn (youngest daughter of the la*e ; Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Flrnn. Valley, Bris- i bane). Father J. O'Connell performed! U»e ceremony. t The bride, who was given away by her uncle, Mr. C H. Hall, wore a frock j of ivorr rrene dc Chine with a tucke-1 ; bodice, and inlet with cream point lace j in V fashion at the front, and back, j The skirt -was trimmed wiUi gode.ts of j lace, and shirred at the waist and tin- j ished with a cluster of orange blossoms, j Her Brussels silk net veil (lent by Mrs. A. Sorronscn) was worn mob can fash ion, with a wreath of orange blossoms, ; and finished at the side with a cluster ; of orange blossoms. She carried aj eheaf of arum lilies. j Misses Eileen Flynn and Freda Brooke \ were bridesmaids. Miss Flynn's frock j was of pink georgette ...

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

TOOWOOHBA RACES TO0W0O31BA. Saturday.—Tlierc was a. good auendaDcc at Clifford Park thie afternoon when, under the auspices of T.he Hibernian Race Cub, & benefit meeting, Jn aid ot St. Vin cents Hospital was held. The weather was Ideal. The fixture should bIicw a fair t)rut:l. Results: — . .«~ WEST DIVISION-, 6 Furlongs. LADY FIELD, by Higlifieid (imp.)— Lady Gozard, 9.9 ? -j. Carroll) 1 H1GHAWAKA. 7.12 .. .... (p. O?Neil 2 LEVENTO. 9.9 ? ' VF. O'XeUl) 3 LurcUilly also started. Iiotttag: 6 to 4 «n LADY FIELD. 3 to 1 each against Levento or, Hlgba-cvafca, J to. 1 Lurchiily. Won easily by -Tro lengths, with four lengths between second and third. Time, 1.17. Dividend, IBs. SECOND DIVISION, 6 Furlongs. QUEEN'S BIRTHDAY, by Lily veil (imp.)— . Holiday, 9.1 ? (L. Watterson) 1 SING ALONG. S.2 ? tf. Crowe) 2 B ERGON A. S.9 ? (J. Carrol!) i! Also started Lllypool, &.« (M. Trimnier). Betting: « lo ) ugaiust Shur Along, 2 to 1 QITEEX'S BTBTHDAV, 3 to 1 Lilypool, 5 to X Bnrgona....

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
THE WOMEN'S OWN PRIVATE DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926

THE WOMEN'S OWN PRIVATE DANCE. Miss Poggy Baynos was ho.*rc?« :ii :i dance held 'at tlie Clayficl.l Mcmori-il School of Arts on Saturday evening. ? Mr. and Mrs. Syd Bayno-s nssis'.ivJ their dauguter in receiving the gur?ts. Mr.«. BHyjies wore :m Karly Victorian friiek of crennj lace Miss P^ggy Bh.viios chosi; a bouffsnt ivory taffetas frock lmndod with {-lierrv. Dance music w.is supplierl by Miss Einmip Stewart's on-licstni. Supper wa- served by :i staff from Finnoy's C-nfc 'at tallies lirautifiefl with vnses of pink l::rkspu-r sot in p-™ffes of j'alo blue tulle. ya.rd, .loan Ovewll. Marion Allnm» SKr.ila O'Beily; Patiir-ia Shaw, .Tocelyn Hudsor. Peggy Ball, Muriel Enwny. Dell Harris. Marga Hnrrold, .Tean Campr-ell, Cecily Charlton, Joyc Kcrr, Barbara. Midsnn. Sybil Fletchpr. -J»an BuTdon. Tjpslic Chambers' Mnrpfi-j' Ste wart, Bvciula Morgan, Marjorie sivl Phyllis. Hawker, Bebe Boakpp, Bel-e Ivicholsoi!- Vivian' Bode, Messrs. .T M'Lpunan. Charfos O'Reilly. 15. Wright, P. Finney. J. ...

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)
WILLIAMSTOWN RACES CUP DAY ACCEPTANCES [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926

WILLIAMSTOWN RACES CUP DAY ACCEPTANCES MELBOrHNK. Saturday. —The foiiuwiiiK are IhP acei-piaiier-s lor Wiliiamstown « 'ti]- meet ing on Monday: -.TI' UritDl.lC. -1 Jli t-s. (To ?:art at - p.m.l st 1'. s- II. Pindarns 11 'J Kaolin -t Jrt M»laiiji« 11 -l All FinUl '.- i llHUfjuar; 1Q - Meninya . !) 2 TWO-YKAK-OLD KANDKMP. '.:; Furious^. (To si an at 2.3.*- p.m.) Marina x lfl Abruiit. 7 11 Kyron .s 0 'yjiikiia 7 a Pality S 0 Kenilli-r Queen 7 7 Wilkins S a Tliaura 7 7 Syrnbolist 7 13 Boso Ailie 7 7 Taraiii 7 11 Hawaiian 7 .'. Prince Vjv.l 7 il Uiivercn 7 4 WiLLIAMSTOWN -.T'P. Hi .Miie. {'To afart ut ft. 15 p.ai.l Aniounis '.' L'J- Hard of Avon 7 11 The Banker '?- 'J V:i1Ih-« 7 11 Koyal fharier '?- .5 llt-edos 7 11 Tookarby s n Star Dor r Hi Vnlamiia S 7 .Jlountjiiu Prince 7 a Battoryiuau K 5 Bunkte i- 7 Karon 7 li Cuoiir tie LIou 0 7 'STKEPLErHASE. atH.ut 2 Miles. (Tj start at 3.30 p.m.) Tartwil 10 1: Hoyal Kobcrt !' r. Somexvorlh 10 7 Dee !- u Eadnicul 10 7 Ahidariun it 0 Skedaddle 10...

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

SOCIAL. Mr. ami Mrs. Alex Walker, from Bundaberg, are staying at the Grcsham Hotel. Mr. aui] Mrs. Lyell Hudson (Nina Pork) are^ on a visit to Brisbane, aad are staying at the Gresham Hotel. Colonel and Mrs. F. W. G. Annand arc ou -a visit to Melbourne. M^iss Laurie Anderson is the guest of Miss Jcuu Ansiaud (Ascot). -rr. ami Mrs. D. Murphy (Milhuerian) are staying at the Giesham Hotel. Mrs. A. R. Godsall (Toowoomba) and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Logan are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hr.:i (Clayficld). The inanj:;ge of Mr. Bruce Lucas and Miss Millieent Baker will take place at St. John's Cathedral on December 6, at 7 p.m. Mrs. W. J. Straclran is on a holiday visit to Toowoomba. Mrs. -J. M. Brave and Miss Sadie Bruce -Ascot) liavc returned home from a holiday spent at the Soutbpart Hotel. They were accompanJed by Miss A. Noon an. who has returned to her home at Kosewood. Miss Mavis Wilson was hostess, at an enjoyable motor picnic to BrookfieM on Sn«\iTday sfternooTi in honour ot M^ss Mab...

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

GRAFTON RACES Gtl.VFTON, Saruraay.— The Clarence Hirer Joekej- i.lub Bpriug meeting opened to-da-.'. (?(tiulis:-- OPESING HANDICAl'. FIRST DIVISION. 6 Jfurloiws SUNFACT, 7.3i ? (I'liiJI!i-sl 1 FRENCH PEGGY, S.O .. ..' (P. VriDile) -J. BEXFIERST, H.'J ? (R. Lee) il other starters : Laughter. S.I (A. l'ollack) ; Ballour Light. 7.2 (Atkins). netting: Kvon money ST:nf.\CT. .'i io i against Fraud) regcy. 3 to 1 Buxiflerst. ^Diviilends: For Ss, 7s !id and 7s. Time. SECOND DIVISION. T, FurJon-s. MOLLIES GUN, 7.0 ? lAtfcl.-W) 1 BLACK MONIE, S.y ? fs. itcKl) '1 TERESIAN. 7.3*1 ? (H. AtlrlnB) \i Otlier Btarters: Foreman, y.l^ (Keyuolds) : M.ti: (Jun. s.12 (Rhodes;: liwan, S.2 '(Uyanl : Melody Maiti, ».O (A. I'ulla.-k) ; Morse Cmlr. 7.4 (K. Lanicham) : Sandsnljie, 7.7 (l*rin^li;; Betting : -i to ?! at'alust Sandsni|-e. 3 lo 1 Mac Gun. 4 t-- 1 Tvrobiaii or r.lui-k Muuiv, 3 t» 1 MOLLIK'S GVS or Melody Ma:-1. Mvideuds: i; 1 as. i: 1 ]Us 6d, aud Cs. Time, 1.2. THIRD DIVISION. 0 lurlonsn. ELSIE PHA...

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

QUEEN COMPETITION. The final effort in connection with budget month for the Younp 'Women's Christian Association, took the form of a 'queen' competition, which took place in the association's rooms on Saturday night. Mise Louise. Burton (general secretary) presided, and Mrs. T. E. Stewart (president) pcrlormed the crowning cerpinony. Before the - rre mony a musical programme arranged by Mrs. D- Harvey was contributed toy Misses Alison Gillcspie ;md Isobel An drews, and community singing was lead by Mr. George Love. The girl mem bers of the association sold sweete. The seven ''-mecns' were Misses Elsie Bowdeu, Maisie Byrne, Doris Kelso, Bessie Vann. Maisie Mark?. Wilma Vowlos. Elizabeth Brawn. The train bearers were Maisie Marks. Yverna Smith. Nancy Anthony. Isa Bell, Janic Rae, KIsie and Lily Mylechrcest. .Toan Hooper. Enid Kroscli, .loyce Bailey, Dawn Worford, Alyth Wilson, Joan Biggrs, and Maisie Garner. Little Dawn Worford presented Mrs. Stewart with a bouquet of red roses. Miss ...

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

TRADING IN. Mr. H. W. Harrison, Federal secre- tary of the Chamber of Automotive industries of Australia, in an article in 'The American Automobile,'' says   that of every 10 new cars sold in Aus- tralia there are at least eight second- hand cars traded in, so that to sell 10 new cars 18 purchasers must be found. MODERN TRAFFIC COURT. — To- meet the demand of modern times in the speedy execution of justice, the city of Inglewood California, has established a portable traffic court. motorists committing breaches of the laws are imme- diately brought before the court and summarily dealt with. The picture shows the Inglewood court in session.

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
FINE EASTERLY FOR THE LITTLE SHIPS MARJORIE SKILFULLY HANDLED Caress II the Fastest Craft Juniors' Admirable Display [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 7 November 1926

WmM^:mSTERLY FOR THE LITTLE SHIPS ) MARJORIE SKILFULLY HANDLED — ♦ ? — Caress II the Fastest Craft Juniors' Admirable Display RESTRICTED YACHTS ? CARESS II. (L. Watts) LIHTTON HOPE RATERS ? MAUD (R. College) EIGHTEENS ? MARJORIE (S. Springfield^ BRISBANE SKIFFS ? PORTIA (G. Dunne) SOUTH BRISBANE SKIFFS .... PASTIME (E. Wolfe) WATERLOO BAY SKIFFS - . . . E. C. B. (J. Brown) BRISBANE JUNIORS ? ALOMA (B. Spring) A\~ith one exception all the races vero sailed on the river, the raters from th.~ bay clubs taking part in the Yacht Clu*i race. The conditions again favourer] the sport, a nice easterly breeze prevail ing throughout the afternoon. On the Hamilton Bench the restricted yachts, liiuton Hope raters eighteens sixteen foot skiffs, auJ juniors held handicap races, whilst the twenty-twos and Hamilton unrestricted held cruisinc races to Hercules Bank. All of the events started within 15 minutes, and the marshalling of the 50 odd craft »f \ different sizes and designs presented a beauti...

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

COMING-OF-AGE PARTY. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Palmer (Skinner street- West End) entertained a num ber of people at the Cafe Majestic ©n Saturday night at a social evening to celebrate the coming of age of Mr. W. B. (Bruce) Ross. The evening was spent in games, musi cal items, and competitions. Musical items were contributed by Misses Alice i West, May Eade. and Dorothy Palmer. \ The overhead ilecorations consisted of i lavender and ' pink streamers hung in j canopy effect and multi-coloured bal- : loon?. The supper tables were beantifieJ J with vase? Of roses, gerberas, and euro j tips, mixed with trails of lavender paper. ; The invited guests included Mr. ami j Mrs. S T. Ttoss. Mr. and Mrs. H. Staines- | Mr. and Mrs. V. V. .Tnrrott, Mr. :mA ' Mrs. F. Er.dc, Mr. and Mrs. J. Fry. i Mr. and Mrs. S. Eoss. Mrs. A. Slater. : Misses Beatrice Boss, Fanny R^f, Edna j Simmonds, Lily Eade. May Eade. Ethel Eade, M. TJoss- Marjorie Fry. Florence Fry, Dorothy Fry. Mabel Arlott. Amy ! Collins, Alice We...

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

SCHOOL FETE IMPROVING GROUNDS. There was a large gathering of parents and scholars in the grounds of the Forti- tude Valley State school on Saturday afternoon, the occasion being a fete for the purpose of raising funds for improv- ing the school grounds and getting sports requisites for the children. The fete was opened by the Minister for Education (Mr. T. Wilson, M.L.A.). He said: Communities should recognise that local schools were their property, and it was only right that they should keep closely in touch with the work that was being done. Such action was help- ful all round. The teachers felt that the parents were behind them, and the parents realised what the teachers were seeking to accomplish. This spirit of co-operation resulted to the benefit of the children for whose welfare the schools existed. He congratulated the committee on the good work it was do-   ing, and the ladies on the way they assisted the committee. A bouquet and a basket of sweets were presen...

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

CRYSTAL PALACE MEETING PICTURE PLAYERS Picture "fans" will'shortly have the   opportunity of meeting some of the stars who are featured prominently in the making of the all Australian masterpiece Lewis Stone       and Barbara Bedford,         Who assume the Leading   Roles in Ethel M. Hull's     Flaming Desert Romance,,     "Old Loves and     New," Tivoli, To-morrow     "Greenhide" on Friday, November 19. The first genuine all Australian "movie ball" will take place at the Crystal Palace, and the management are leaving no stone unturned in their en- deavour to make the affair the greatest dance attraction of the year. Inter- spersed with the night's dancing, will be several speciality dance items-, and some specially trained ballets. Prizes will be given for the bes...

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

^M^BoIiIaM).\ XJ-;q.; SiiEgeaa 'Dentist. MBBaKsaftaL .BulUHnjcs. Adelaide-street. IfflipfitaA ^LOBISTS tiL A. Petersen. m«n H^PferK O.K. Buildings.. Queen-street, lor Bmanj' Crosses. Wedding Bouquets. Cut HHHKgggtCgr i 'Phone Central 7792; aftei BIRTH.     ANNAND. — On November 4, at Barlow- street, Clayfield, to Mr. and Mrs. Geof- frey G. Annand (nee Miss Gloria Hughes) —a daughter.   MARRIAGE.   EICHMANN— THURLOW.— Ou October 23, 1926,. at Albion Methodist Church, by the Rev. S. C Dingle, C. E. Eichmann (son of the late Mr. Eichmann, of Gympie and Mrs. Eichmann, Eagle Junction) to Ellen Thur-   low (second daughter of the late John Thur- low-and Mrs. Thurlow, Albion).           DEATH.     CROCKER. — On October 19, 1926, at his late residence. Saltraam, Windsor-road, Red Hill, Edwin, beloved husband of Bessie Crocker, aged 69 ye...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 14 November 1926

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Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
SUBURBAN ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 14 November 1926

SUBURBAN ASSOCIATION The Suburban Association's rhampionships were continued on Saturday afternoon, ivlien ft further 10 sections were contested. Good play was witnessed iu the mixed doubles championship, Decker — Miss Coleman [ defeating Dixon — Miss Wilson, and Cranfleld — Sirs. Dowling obtaining the verdict over Ganly — Mrs. Bridgford. Both these matches Went to tlircc sets. Scores: — FIRST GRADE. Men's Singles. — Cryle v Crowley, C-4, C-2. Special Singles. — Phipps t Earner, G-0, 0-2; Suess v Turner, 2-6, 6-2. 6-3. Ladies' Doubles.— Misses Pratten — Colemau v I Misses Hood— Phipps, «-2, 6-3. I Mixed Doubles. — Decker — Miss Coleman v Dixon— Miss Wilson, 1-6. 6-2. 0-3; Cran fleld — Mrs. DowIIur v Caton— Miss Woodroe. 6-1, 8-6; Cfanfleld— Mrs. Dowling v Ganly — Mrs. Bridgford, 7-5, 3-6. C-4. Men's Doubles.— Turner — Hood v Magill— Eowston, 9-7, 10-8. SECOND GRADE. Men's Singles.— -'undah court : Robertson v Price, C-3, 6-1; M'Xally v Kobertson, 0-6. 6-3, 6-4. Men's Doubles. — Reid...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
POPULAR SCIENCE NOTES SUGAR FROM WOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 14 November 1926

POPULAR SCIENCE NOTES SUGAR FROM WOOD. The modern trend of chemical r« searcli is towards the manufacture cf synthetic products. Great interest cen tres in a paper to bo road to the Chemists' Congress by Dr. W- R. Or taandy, on 'Sugar from Wood.' The process iB not yet a practical com mercial proposition, but there is every probability of this being done. It is nonsiderofl that 2ft iipr rent, of all fimh^r hewing is estimated to be wasted as sawduet. The prospect of turning the waste into sugar is therefore of serious importance. About 651b of sugar have been obtained from 1001b of dry saw dust. In view of the fact that the ?world's demand- for glucose amounts to something near 3,000,000 tons a year, the value of the process as a new in dustry can be imagined.

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
TOOWOOMBA [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 14 November 1926

TOOWOOMBA TOOWOOMBA. Saturday. — The White- Rose Tennis Cluli's annual tournament was played off tins afternoon. Nominations were so irreat that Duncan Thompson's court was utilised as well as the club's own grounds. IJtsuits: — K. E. l'aseoe— Miss .louts v Rogers— Miss Donald, C-4. 4-0, T-r.; R. Gavin— Mrs. 3. Smith v F. Hales— Miss D. ^peering. «-l, i!-4 : M. O'Connor— Miss Hoskin v M' Andrews— Miss Snow. t--4. 6-0: M. O'Connor— Mis.^ Hoskin v R. E. Pascue — Miss Jones, 6-3. ti-4 : C. Phillips — Miss Searcdn v Mr «nd Mrs. Temple. 2-e, 6-4. 6-3: «. Hchultz— Miss Keitliiuuller v C. New— Miss Comiskoy. 1-6. C-3. 6-4: «;. Sehultz— Miss Reitlinmller v K. Pascop— Miss Pascoe, «-S. 0-3 : -'. Phillips— Miss Searle . v J. Pliillips— Miss E. SVarle. 6-2, fi-2; L. Crom-h— Miss Crouch v It. Caviu — Miss .;. Smith. i--5. T,-fi. s-« : J. Bowden— Mrs. I«wton v {!. Sclmltz — Miss lleithniuller. 4-6. fi-i-. (i-4: (;. Ooivfher— Miss K. C'row thcr v M. O'Connor— Miss Hoskin. -;-.-,. fi-2 : L. Crowol...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 14 November 1926

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