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SOUTHPORT [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 14 November 1926

SOUTHPORT SOrTHPORT. Saiurday.— Tl-.o final of fhe A tirade mixed section iu t)i-- Lu^:in an-l Albeit Tennis Association fixture:; was plavcd at Beenleigli this r.ftt-riioou between Tabonba (winners of the U-jenlcieh-Beaudcsprt divi sions) and Southpnrt Methodists (winners of the Souiliport divisinn). Tho result was a win for Tabooba l-.v 11 names. Detalk*-f scores: M. J. Cahill and Miss E. Waters (Tslmobal v S. Foreman and Miss Ivy Burges. 5-i-. -I-2 : v A. I,. Tlianis and Miss 1-. Hancock. -j-l. 4-ti. W. Efian and Miss .1. Waters (Taboubai v S. Foreman aud Miss Ivy Burgess, .%-«, -!-.'; ; v A. L. Thams and Mi:;s Ji. Uam-o-k. «-;. i!-.'.. Totals: Tabtmba. '- sets 41 jramos: .Sfiinhport. Mcthodisis. :l tets 33 names. Tab'mba are thus the vinners of tlie Logan and Alb-.-rt A grade mixed section. A friendly tennis match was played on the Soutliport State School courts between a team from the school and a C grade team froi;i the Southport Club. The result was a win for the school team ...

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)
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)
AERIALS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 14 November 1926

AERIALS. It is not aiways advisable to fasten aerials or aerial poles to chimneys. This tends- to -weaken the structure, and, under the stress of high winds, the chimney may craek, constituting a fire hazard that may cause a eerious eonfiagratior..

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

CBACKLXK& NOISES. A Iot of noises credited to atmos pherics are caused by loose and badly fitting socket prongs, rheostats, and jacks. Examine all these for likely faults, tightening any loose parts, and mueh of th» foreign noise will be eliminated. j

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)
For the BOYS AND GIRLS LITERARY COMPETITIONS Weekly Awards [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 14 November 1926

S^l BOYSUbGIPLS [?] LITERARY COMPETITIONS ♦ ? ? Weekly Awards SEJ5TOE. — Maureen Browmlee, c/o Mrs. M. Walsh, Lutwyche-rdad, Woo loowin. Subject: 'Pioaecrt of Aus tralia.' ?Highly Commended. — Doreen O'Don nell. Karawa, Stewart-parade, : Manly. Subject: 'Our Page.'f JUNIOR.— Florence Dunlop, Alrlie, Adam street, Wynnnm. Subjectt 'The Sugar Industry and the White. Labour Policy.'

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

Special Advertisements . . „- ^ __ —^ of rotting body pillars, rusted panels, squeaky ? » l^ l/v /\ rv P sPrings; vtc-i ovring to water lodging in inac ?»-'??--' » » ^A ccssible crevices, when washing your car. Enhance the distinctive appearance of your Car hy using ABGEEBEE Cloths, from al3 principal garages, or Barnes' Auto Co. JSI #^ 'FRY FOR THE EYE' ^BE^*^ ^iHg^P Our optometrists arc optical specialists Motdino highest qualifications. 'Phone 6(98. FRY'S OPTICAL PARLOURS, EDr^s1AftNEEET' Commonwealth Cash and Conversion Loan A Safe Investment — a good interest return! There is no investment safer than Conunonwon'Hh Losn securities. Tho interest on this Loan 5s ?'* per -'c«t Dor annum, and is payable half rearly on 13t!i February and loth August. Thp interest is Free of State Income Tax, ami will remain so up to the end of the period f--r .vhich flic money is lent. Investors may lend their money for 6, 11, or 16 vears. Interest commences from the day tho money is lodged. Money ly...

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

ilONTHLY COMPETITION. » Story Writing. Spllie competitors will be divided into gib classes, wz., senior and jiinioi. Boys ^ girls to the age of 1« tvjll com I |Be the junior division, and tha senior IviBion will be open to adults to the ppof 2L . r ??? - *%&?' OUR OFFER. am offer the followiuc prizes:— ^SSeaior. — First prize. £1 Is; second Illlpei 10s «d; third prize, 5s. . ^SSnjnior.— First prize. 10s Cd; second SW--7«i «d; ;third prize. 5s? ^^ahe prizes will not be given in money |El3»-wiil consist 6\ books, and an order ^M® '-be '.issued to tie successful com ^B|65tor5^tQ enable tletn to yu«ose their &^feijpri2es-tp the value stated. -- ? ..-':- 'SISbnAetitors .may send in: — (1' .Stories ll^jcbHdreif; M i stories of children; (3) ^^Hgai;-or. bird 'stories; -and', (4j i ^^icr pMrericis suitable .'for .children. . ^-i?*^^ ^»-:-'. ''^WEEKLY AWARDS:' / ? ' ..'. jjJ^Kacb ' week,' if possible, two ' 'stories 3|3iH be jselerted from the two divisions. ^^B: boblt prizes...

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

TENNIS SUMMER ASSOCIATION SECOND ROUND PLAY Though in both divisions keen rivalry is being maintained, it would seem from Satur day's results in the Summer Association's tourney that much attention is being de voted to the mixed section. Taylor and ?\\Tson, from whom the best of tennis can a'.vrays be expected, -were again well in the picture, and scored a decisive victory over (jlenferrie. Scorts to hand: — MIXED DIVISION A GEADE. TayJor and Wilson v Glenferrie. — on lat ter's court, and v.on hy Taylor and Wilson !-y 4K-3(5. Decker — Miss Hood v Steley — Mrs. Bridgford, -1-C; Wilson — Miss Prat ten v Courtney — Mrs. Bridgford. C-:-: Decker — Heatli v Woodward — M'Oonachie C-5, v Stel--y — Courtney, 2-C; Misses Prattcn — Hood v Mrs. Bridgford — Miss Undprwood, 0-4; Wilson — Howard v Woodward — M'Cona- chie. C-5: Heath — Miss Hood v M'Conachie ' — Miss Underwood, 6-3; Wilson — Howard v fcSteley — Courtney. 6-3; Howard — Miss I'rat ten v Woodward — Underwood, 6-J. Wilson lS-li, Howard...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
DARING MOTOR CYCLISTS Wonderful Riding at Speedway Yensen Wins the Golden Helmet [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 14 November 1926

DARING MOTOR CYCLISTS : . ' * ? Wonderful Riding at Speedway Yensen Wins the Golden Helmet Arthur Yenson, the daring A.J.& rider, wrested the Golden Helmet . from Frank Pearce in A brilliant race at the Exhibition Speedway on Saturday night. The programme was the best yet seen in Brisbane. Well over 25,000 people cheered them selves hoarse when lensen won. The holdei' was Frank Pearce (Douglas), and he and Charlie Spink (Utarley -Davidson .* fought out the final with Yeusen. Pearce never bolted a winner, but Spinka put up a great fight, though he was well beaten in a thrilling race. Yensen has been showing great form and his wiii was most popular, fie has a distinctive style ou his machine, and Lab that dash at the critical momenta which carries him through. In a challenge match, Spinks proved too good for Yen seii, though the race was the f.nest yet seen on the circle. This challenge racu was awarded the first boniiB of si'-, the Second of £5 being allocated to the flnni of...

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

' ''Prison Memoirs of an Anarchist/' w*« 'written hy Alexander Serkman some :;'-;.ye»r» ago; it was published In America. -??Mow an English edition has jnst been - published -with an introduction by £d :w*rd Carpenter. It is an extraordinary '?- *ook, and no one need miss its appeal if *ecan»e lie does not happen to be an r anarchist. He may hold the author's r.wlewa in actual abhorrence, but If he be :t» student' of life be will find every one V\V **s SQO Page* fascinating. Price f 14/. portage /8. [/-.?? '?'??? ^ :' \ Will a 'stady of the diverse ways «f Ht -V *** '52°* Plmtfc- and animals nave any ^a&ggastion^ff' initiative or of warning L.fot man? This is the idea around which i- £, nuSr*'il&- JgM** «av« worked in '..titled -»»*W''«r Ztaring.' It is * : :. ™toJlAa» *?*? W» S/8. poslag* Jerome K. Jerome needs no 'boosting' from my humble self. Here we have a new book of reminiscences in his cus tomary unique style, entitled, 'My Idfe and Times.' With frontispiece ...

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

DETECTOR HINT. If difficulty is experienced in iuaK ing the crystal sensitive, try putting a little mercury in the erystal holder, and then putting in the erystal. This makes a perfect contact, as good as solder, and, instead of harming the crystal, increases its sensitivity appre ciably, t

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

DIAPHRAGM TO 00BE8. The diaphragm should be very close to the poles of the magnet, but not near enough to toucb them. The thinner the diaphragm, the greater the magnetic reluctance, but this is offset by the greater sensitivity due to its thinness.

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

WOODS METAL. ! This is a type of soft solder used for soldering the crystal in. the metal cup in crystal detectors. Excessive heat will ruin a crystal, so ordinary solder should *ot be used. An efficient solder -which will melt at a very low temperature, consists of two parts of bismutlu and one part of cadmium by weight.

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
ITEMS OF INTEREST HIGH RESISTANCE 'PHONES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 14 November 1926

ITEMS OF INTEREST ? ♦? ? ; HIGH RESISTANCE 'PHONES. 'With a crystal set high' resistance telephone receivers aro a necessity. It is desirable to have a lot of wire wound around the magnets of the re ceivers, in older to n.ake the latter exercise a good, strong pull on the diaphragm.

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

FISH CULTURE. The fish of Canada are bo highly re* garded that ef foirts Kre fr&jaently made to establish them in foreign countries, and to assist in snch endeaTonrs limifcjd numbers of eggs of several species have recently been supplied by the Fish Cul tural Branch of the Department of Marine and Fisheries for experimentil and observational purposes in Europe and Japan. In 1924 salmon trout eggs firom treor gian: Bay, Lake Huron, and cut-throat trout eggs from Banff. Alberta, w»rt supplied to the Kilywhan Fisheries, near Dumfries, Scotland. Since the beginning of the present year speckled trout eggs have been shipped from Vancouver to the Tokio Angling and Country Club, Tokio. Japan, and Sebago, or landlocked salmon eggs have been shipped from St. John, New Brunswick, to Dublin, Ireland. Shipments for any great distance of such a fragile and perishable nature as fish eggs were at one time accompanied by attendants, bat with the system of packing and insulation now in vogue ...

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

PREVENTING MEASLES. Measles may become one of the pre ventable diseases in the very near future. The latest of medical achieve ments bids fair to bring this epidemic disease of childhood under partial con trol at least. The discovery of a streptococcus that causes measles, by Dr. X. 8. Ferry and L. 'W. Fisher, of Detroit, has been announced by the American Medical Association. This organism produces a soluble toxin that can be used in the production of antitoxin on a large scale. This antitoxin, which consist of horse serum treated with the measles toxin, can be used in both preventive and curative treatment of measles. Blood serum from convalescent measles patients has been in current use with some degree of success as a .means ' of prevention with children who have already been exposed. Now schools should not be closed when measles are prevalent, according to Dr. Victor C. Vaaghan, chairman of the Division of Medical Science of the National B«* search Council. JEvery child, he sai...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
HEART-BEATS OF PLANTS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 14 November 1926

HEART-BEATS OF PLANTS. Sir Chandra Bose, D.«c, who is Pro fessor Emeritus of the Presidency Col lege, Madras, is famous tferonghout the world for his researches Sato plant life. Plants, he «aid in a lecture to. the Boyal Horticnltnral Society, had hearts -which pulsated and leaf muscles which could expand and contract, and were sensitive! lite human beings, to emotion. ''When I anrtlifid a t.M» ♦- «Aa *-!.«» amount of electrical shock it took for a The plants' 'spirits' rose immediately as compared with the amount required by a plant,' said Dr. Bose, **I found the human being required ten times as much.' He was measuring the life pulsations of plant, which were very regular, when suddenly they became feeble, indicating depression. Looking for a cause, he ob served a faint cloud passing over the sun. The plants 'spirits' rose immediately the cloud was paat. Tho plant n'apok«'* and wrote its life's history with its leaves. The muscle joining tho leaf to the stem relaxed when the plant...

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

SILENCE IS GOLDEN. A distinct improvement in the silencing of motor cycles is observable through, out the country (Says Motor Cycling.) It is pleasing to think that ' motor cyclists have heeded public damourings, and in many cases Lave effected an im provement by fitting a fishtail to the end of the exhaust pipe, or alternatively by changing the type of silencer. Theee modifications will undoubtedly spell good for the movement generally, and we appeal to those riders who liavfe done nothing to render noisy machines more silent, to delay attention to the nuisance no longer. j While the silencing arrangements have been undergoing overhaul, the police have reaped a rich harvest in fines — some of them exceptionally severe — and of all the many places concerned, the Midlands (where so many thousands rely for employment upon the prosperity of the motor cycle industry) have been notoriously active. In their own in terests, therefore, motor cyclists 6hould ride with consideration, and shou...

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