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BOOLAROO RACES [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 14 November 1926

BGCLAROO RACES XEWTASTLE, Saturday. — «ool;irnn races were held to-day in hot ?weather. Ilesults : — AITRE.NTICES' HANDICAP. 1 Mile. KENALBER, allowed 71b, 7.2 isidebottom) 1 BIJOU CHEVAL, O.M ? (Gibson) 2 DELMISSA, allowed 71b, 7.r. (Leighton) 3 Betting: S to 1 against KKXALBEB. Won hy a length. Time, 1.41. Dividends for 10s, £1 fls (id, £1 Is, and 10s. MAIDEN' HANDUAr, G Furlongs. VJFOLA, allowed 71b. 8.7 .. .. (Askew) 1 DORMITA, SO .. ., .. .. (Davidson) 2 ALGERIAN ROSE, allowed Tib. T.I ' J ? (Charting) 3 1 Betting : 7 to 2 against VIFOLA. Won j by a leugth; two lengths. Time, l.WA. I Dividends, £2 Cs and 11s 6d. I FLYING WELTEB, 6 Furlongs. STORMY, 8.7 ? (Carmont) 1 QUADRANT, 9.0 ? (Davidson) 2 VERMONT, 8.3 ? (Reynolds) 3 Betting: 2 to 1 against STORMY. Won by half a length; four lengths. Time, 1.15. Dividends, £1 Is 6d, 8s, and 13s 6d. YOUTHFUL STAKES, i Furlongs. ROSE CRAG, allowed 71b, 8.3 (Wcnnon) 1 LORD GUNSLIDE, S.7 .. .. (Davidson) S DAGHRYS, 8.5 ? (Evans) *S Betting: S ...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
OUR WIRELESS CIRCLE LIGHTNING DAMAGE RADIO INSTALLATIONS SET-OWNERS SHOULD NOTE [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 14 November 1926

OUR iWlRELESS CIRCLE LIGHTNING DAMAGE — .» RADIO INSTALLATIONS SET-OWNERS SHOULD NOTE The attention of the committee cf the Fire and Accident Underwriters' Asso ciation of Queensland having been drawn to a recent newspaper report of damage by lightning sustained to a radio in stallation, the maer was referred to the association's electrical inspector for investigation. The following copy of ni» report in this connection has been circu lated for the information of members of the association, and is of importance to all radio users: — In accordance with the committee's in struction, an inspection was made of the risk affected, and it was found that nn aerial was suspended between a woodan pole and a green tree. The pole was stayed by a wire fixed to the feuce post. The wire leading into the instrument was connected to a two-way earthing switch. At the time of the lightning flash the switch was closed to earth. The lightning discharged from the aerial through the tree, down the stay wi...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
SUPER HETERODYNE WAVE CONVERSION FACILITATING AMPLIFICATION [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 14 November 1926

SUPER HETERODYNE ? ♦- — WAVE CONVERSION FAaLITATING AMPLIFI CATION *jet it be supposed that signals arc being received from a station trans mitting -m a ware-length of 300 metres {writes an expert ia 'The Scotsman*') This means that 1,000,000 oscillations per second will flow In the aerial tun ing circuit The velocity of electric waves is 800,000,000 metres per second, and the frequency is found by dividing this namber by the .-ave-length in metres — i.e.. 300.000.000 /Hvid^ w ann gives us a frequency of 1,000,000. If one of the valves in use is caused to generate oscillations at the rate of 1*050.000 per second, and these local oscillations are passed into the aerial tuning circuit, it is eie that tw« Bets of oscillations ?will be flowing in the latter — those doe to the inconvifcg waves and tfcose generated by the local, oscillator. The difference between the two eets of oscillations is 50,000, so that 50,000 times per second the two will flow in the same direction anil the same m...

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

CUNNAMULLA RACES SECOND WAY. CTXXAMriil.A. Saturday. — The second day of Cunnamuila Diggers' races took place yesterday. The attendance was even better than the first day. Besults:— HEYTESBUKY HANDICAP, fi Furlongs. — BRITISH TLLCK. 1; Bay Ore, 2: War Saint. 3. Won easily. Time, 1.4. Dividend, 15s. STAPLES HANDICAP, 6 Furlongs. — CATTLE KJXG, 1; Cossie's Mollj, i; Ilart eleti. 3. Wou by half a length. Time, l.S. Dividends. £Z 3s and 6s fid. MEMORIAL HANDICAP. 1^4 Mile.— HUNTS- MAN', 1; Lalanda, 2; Auburn King, 3. Won by a length and a half. Time, 2.5. Divi dends, £1 iis and 8s Gd. POZIERES HANDICAP. A FucionRS. — roUKALUK LAD, 1; Say lJlne. z: Nnpou. ?J. Won by tiiree lengths. Time, .jOsee. Divi dend, 4-1 12s. MEPSIXES HANDICAP, i Furlongs. - BALBOX KING, 1 : Riverdalc, - ; Walton, 3. Time .'lisci'. Dividend, li'.s ed PASSCHENDAEL HANDICAP, 7 Furlongs.— CHIPl'AWA. I; Morialme, 2; Nubine Ntd. a. Time. 3.32 2-.'.. BLIGHTY HANDICAP, G Furlongs.— ANITBIS, 1: «'ii]«tain Vaster. 2: Bar Di...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
WIRE RHEOSTAT INCREASING RESISTANCE VARYING THE FILAMENT [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 14 November 1926

WIRE RHEOSTAT ? ^ INCREASING RESISTANCE VARYING THE FILAMENT The purpose of the rheostat is to introduce a varying resistance in the filameftt circuit in order to control the voltage across the filament terminals of the vacuum tube. The usual wire rheostat has a constant change of re sistance throughout the entire scale of its revolution. There is a critical point for some tubes (writes &- P. Ginders in a southern paper), and in all tubes there is a certain setting or the rneo stat that gives greatest volume with the least amount of current. Increas ing the resistance a trifle gives less volume, but within a certain range better quality of production. This range is comparatively small, but the nsnal rheostat makes no provision for it. VAETENO AMPERAGE. There are a few variable resistance nnits on the market that may be varied from 0 to 30 ohnia, for example, that ©no ca& use in the filament cir cuit to adapt it to the range variation spoken of above. This may be done...

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

LONGREACH RACES I.OXGREACH, Saturday.— Under Hie uus pice* of ilie Longreacls Jockey Club a hos pital benefit raff meetinjr was held this afternoon. This being the firM race meet in?: for many month* o«insr to drought. There was a good attendanie. Results: — _VrK5?i:S' HACK HANDICAP, 4 Furlong*. — UOCTOK TIME 1, Ludena 2. Xaniim-ali ;. Kiglit. ftiirii-rs. Won by four long-tli*. Time. 5'J 4-.-sec. Divideudo: IC* i-d ai-d 7' lid. , PATIENTS' HANDICAP. 5 Fiiri-mt-s. — mrHKKY BILLY 3. Barton ?-. Billy' Ty* 3. beveu strirters. Won by three le-'itrlis. Time. 1.7. Dividends: il 3s (5-1 und Us'. MEDICAL TIACK HANDICAP. -1 Kur lon^s.— I'AMTON 1, Lndy M.vra 2, Oun Girl ;!. tisht starini-s. Won by three length*. Time. 52scr. Dividends: ir-s (id and il 4-. X'KOBATIONKRS' HACK HANDICAP. 4 furious?. — SIR OCLrTsj 1. Halrapgs 2. Lady in IVi.irk 3. Five stprter?. Won by one anil a half leugth. Time, 54-tc. Dividend*: i'3 l:;s (Id and IHs tid, HOSPITAL HANDICAP. C, Kurlonss.— BART(-X 1. Billy Ty,. -...

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

KHij*.; -»., HOLLAND. L.D.Q.. Surgeon Dentist. St'lsJi. Hibernian Buildings. Adelaide-street ^/?Bbfoe Central 3633. ? ^__ li'i- -A^CACIA FLOBISTS (H. A. Petersen. man P'.;;J\%ageri' O.K Buildings. Queen-street, for 7 , Wrtiths. Crosses. Wecldlnc ? Bniuiuets. Cut ? : Flowers, etc. 'Phone Central J792; artei ft ' 4uttlrs. M3E97.

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

NEW CHEAP FUEL. Shipowners, Board of Trade, and Lloyd's surveyors and others interested in fuel consumption witnessed a de monstration at the engineering works of Clarke, Chapman and Co., Gateshead, of a new fuel of a semi-coke character, the final product of a low-temperature -process of coal distillation. It is the joint invention of Mr. Bryan Laing, son of the late Sir James Laing, ship builder, Sunderland, and of Mr. Harold Neilson, a chemist. The semi-coke was burned under a boiler as powdered fuel, and a. steam pressure of 2201b was maintained. It was very inferior coal, literally 'duff,' and therefore the cost was very low. In addition to tho fuel test, up to 20 gallons of oil per ton cf coal and 7000 cubic feet of gas are ob tained by the distillation process. After the by-products of oil and gas are ex tracted, there remains about 15 cwt of solid fuel in every ton, which can be used as semi-coke for {tower raising or in the domestic grate. The 'slack' raw material is relati...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
THE NEW LOAN CASH AND CONVERSION CAMPAIGN [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 14 November 1926

||HEpf LOAN [?] SgA^ospecttts 'of 'tlie Commonwealth £6 JSSJOOO loan and of the proposals for thp ?conversion of the 4$ and '5 per ce^t^maturiiig in December, 1927, ap pears;Hi 'oiir advertising columns. -The ca^Ji^reqtured is f or the States, £5,000, 006,faird dEot. the Federal1 Capital Com miiision, £1^000,000, and it is -all for T»nWii»- irnrVs. The Commonwealth Ti^asnirjr 'lias deeided to embrace in the lo^nv'tfperatipn'the conversion of- the lai*e.aTUtafe-.whieh fail due about a yaar he»Se,e.:-.:;:A '....??'? . . ' ^&e' interest fate is 5} per ? cent, wb$6if?^is;«qnal to the best terias ob taijiaViS on -^ihe open market, and ihe cuft^iicjr'iB sis, 11, or 16'y^ars, at the amiiinj'4)f:-1iiei investor. Generally the issoe&as^been f avoturably Teceived, and j thi^f*sjtlent~ of the 'Chamber of Manu-I . f a-$ores in ; 2f ew - ? South Wales speaks j of ]^. the; advantage of internal as I agjdast oversea loans. The directors of *the Commonwealth Bank, as. soon as th^: p...

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

XUBBER 'FOAM.' Many who are familiar with 's6rbo»' rubber, sponges must have wondered why similar material* but with airtight cells, was not provided for filling the tyres if bicycles and motor cars. As a matter of fact rubber of this description was made before the war, but it lias taken years of experimenting to perfect it for all purposes. Some success has been achieved with this porous rubber as tyre-filling substance, and experiments are still being carried out but its main function at present seems to be for mak ing life-saving clothes, for filling life ?buoys and left-belts, and for stuffing cushions. This rubber 'foam,'' as it may be termed, is marvellously light. Its specific gravity is only .09 against .45 for cork — that is, it is one-fifth the weight. It is ideal for tyre-filling, since it is practically as light and as resilient as air, and yet it cannot be punctured — of, rather, punctures have no effect upon it. Made up in sheet* it is em bodied in clothes for airmen,...

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

INGENUITY Of THE BEE. The manner in which the bee manages to extract the honey from the long epurs of the modern varieties of colum bine suggests that the bees' reasoning faculty is something more than &n in herited instinct. The writer has in his garden in Edinburgh a considerable number of columbines with exceptionally long spurs— two inches in length in many instances. . The bees find no diffi culty in reaching the honey glands of the common varieties by dipping into each spur from its open mouth from which. tb.B stamens project. With these taodera varieties tke honey glands are *t- far down the spftr, and the Bpur it self is So narrow that the long tongue of the bee fails to reach it. Tile bees ire sot to be denied. Find the honey inaccessible from the top, they crawl down each, spur to the end, pierce the tissue with a series of rapid thnl6te Just where the honey lies, and secure the nectar without difficulty. An examination of the flower reveals a line of email perfora...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
This Week's Work FLOWERS [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 14 November 1926

This Week's Work FLOWERS Coleus cuttings can be started noV, and planted- out as soon as rocted. Amaranthus 'and cc'os'a seed may be sown iu tioies, and when large enough r^iy be transp'antcd into stei b«!('j about two inches apart, and they can then be rcnoved ?vrtth a nail of earth to their per manent b .da. rust aster plants with air slaked lfme or tobacco \7ash to prevent attacks by insects or caterpillars. Cuttings of geraniums, etc.. w 11 strike readily new if planted in a sol containins *? C°'i percentage of sand. Wat-h for slu?s amon? the ferns. Iiime dnstcd ou the benches will act as a check. Cat back tfce rtcms cf carnations as soon as the ctalks have flow ered. Cntt nj forces' new growth, and it is from the young growth that the flowers come. Summer annuals such as cosmos, snnilrwers. marigolds, zlnniss, and eclosia may be sown.

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

'Off' Days Come When the Kidneys Are Weak If you arc nervous, ctoss and 'ofi' all the tiiac, there is surely some cause for it. The strain of family worries and housework often causes kidney troubles, and when the kidneys are weak the nerves are easily affected. Women who are tired and half-sick, who have backache, I neuralgia, headache, dizzy spells, rheumatic pains and disorders I of the kidneys and bladder, should vse DOA1TS BACKACHE I KIDNEY PILLS. Thousands of women praise them for quick relief from just such trouble. Brisbane Woman Speaks Mrs W Simmons, Ewart. -street. Hlghqate Kill. South Brl«bmi«, t*yt: 'For a good while mv kidneys were seriously disordered, and I often fait to III that I tvas com celled tn stay In bed for davc at a time. My baefc never stonnpri achirnj, and every time I stooped or moved ijulckly I suffered agony. I could not even turn over in bed without assistance, and I got very llttl* sleep. Dropiisal swellinas came on my teas and ankles, and there was o...

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

Home Decoration PLANTS. Graceful foliage plants in art ? vases or stands lend gra and beauty to the haV, veranda, or reception room. Shaw's carry a good range and invite your selection. From a. low as /10. FLOWERS. , What is nicer than fresh flow ers artistically arranged, their delicate perfume lending the home atmosphere an air of rest and peace after a tiring day. From 1/ a bunch. NOTA BEXE! Wives — when next in town t.ike home a bunch of fresh flowery from Shaw's. Your husband will appreciate it. Husbands — take your wife home tiT ers from Shaw 's — she will just love the thought. ? Shaw & Sons Ltd., FLORAL SECTION, QUEEN-ST., BRISBANE. Chrysanthemums Japanese Incurved and Recurved Named Varieties, 1/ each. 10/ dor. Gladioli Bulbs Numerous choice named varieties, 1/6 eacb, 15/ dozen. Dahlia Tubers Cactus. Paeony. and Collarette, all the best named varieties, 1/6 each. (5/ dozen. Dahlia Stakes Hardwood, tin x tin. 6ft Ions. 6/ dozen. Also Garden Stakes. -A-n x ?/zin, 3ft ...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
Vasco Da Gama THE CAPE OF GOOD HOPE DOUBLED, NOVEMBER 20, 1497. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 14 November 1926

Vasco Da Cama THE CAPE OF GOOD HOPE BOUBU2D, WOVBMBEB 20, 1497. The doubling of the Cape of Good Hope by Tasco da Gama, on November 20, 1497, was a notable event in the world's history — not on account of the actual discovery of that (Jape, which had been made some years earlier, but from the solution of an important question — wnether or not India could be reached from Europe by sea. Colinn bjis, we know, sought to reaeh that far famed land of gold and diamonds, i ptrf umes and spices by a western route across the Atlantic. He discov ered America instead, and those islands, which we now call the West Indies, owe their name to the geo graphical error which Jornerly pre vailed regarding their position. The Spanish monarehs countenanced these projects which led to the dis covery, conquest, and settlement of various parts of America, but the kings of Portugal were the great pro moters of the enterprises by ?rfiich South Afric.i and India were laid open to Europeans. Bartholomew Diaz, t...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
The Suez Canal OPENED NOVEMBER 17, 1869. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 14 November 1926

\ The Suez Canal tv . ? . - ? OPENED NOVEMBEB 17, 1869. k On Sbyeinber 17, 1S69, the Suez ^-Caual, the. longest in the world, was ^'opened for traflSc. Sixty-eight Teasels o_f different nationalities proceeded through the canal, headed by the Argle with the wife of Napoleon HI., the Empress Eugenie, on boar's. The idea of cutting a great artificial water iv^ay? joining the Mediterranean with ijje.vnuit ot ssuez, iiaa occnpiea xne at ^^BBTipn cf meu for. centuries, bnt it B^i^as'jJot TJiitil Terdinand de liessepsy '*?Jthe French engineer, obtained a con ^V.6essioit from the viceroy of Egypt that ?'* a tangible scheme was promoted. A ?company was formed with a capital of f £8,000,000, and in 1850 the work was begun. The donstruction oecupied ten i 'years, and it cost £16,000,000. From ^ir.Porf Said on the Mediterranean to l^iSuez at the head of the Bed Sea, the ? length is about 100 miles, a portion ; ?.;.. of- whic^h lies through Lake Menzaleh, i-VBallah, Timsal^ and the Bills Lakes....

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
William Pitt, Earl of Chatham BORN NOVEMBER 15, 1708. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 14 November 1926

^William Pitt'; Earl of Chatham Ji v : - -- :, BOEK KOyiSADBBEB 15, 1708. ,- William Pitt, £arl of Chatham ^'(17-)8-1778), a great English statesman and orator, was born at 'Westminster, and educated at Eton a,nd Trinity Col lege, Oxford. At his father's death in ? .1727 he entered the army as cornet. In 1734 he became member of Par liament for Old Saturn, and soon be came a determined opponent of Sir Bobert Walpole, who punished him by procuring his. dismissal from the army. Pitt continued to harass Walpole, and was one of the chief instruments in . bringing about his downfall in 1742. {In 1716 _,he was admitted into .the JPe1ham Ministry as PaymSster-General, but in 1756 he attacked his own -3ov« erjitneiit ana tben resigned. ' . . In 1757 Pitt was again in office as virtual, though, not nominal, Priine Ljtitt . ister. ?ThiS was the celebrated four -je,a-s, during- which Pitt 'a life has been called the historv of Englana. It :was .h\ that-chdse Gerierdi Wolfe, and bo brought abou...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
NOTABLE EVENTS Robert Louis Stevenson BORN, NOVEMBER 18, 1850. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 14 November 1926

NOTABLE EVENTS . -^ ? » Robert Louis Stevenson BOSK, NOVElitSEft IS, 1850. .Robert .Louis Stevenson, essayist. storyteller and poet, was the sdn of TBomas Stevfehson, one of the family of famous lighthouse engineers. On leaving school he adopted the profes i feiou of engineering, hut neither inclina tion nor physical , strength fitted him for. it^ie. work, and in 1871 he abandoned it and turned his attention, to litera i ture. ^As something to fall back upon ir tnjs laueo, ins lamer persuaaea aim to read for the Scottish Bar, to which he 'was called In 1S75. But this life of routine did not suit Stevenson's ^ ^temperament, and after a short time ? v'ttyd la^v- was also, abandoned. He apw -^p6t. all his strength aiid ability into writing, contributing a number of short stories and essays to the Cornhill \k Magazine. Ik Stevenson travelled for several years Hos the Continent in search of health, ^Siii-l the records of these journeys eon ?^?tfibutea to Lis literary resources. la t 3S78...

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

Aboard The INorfolk The last voyage of di-coverv under taken conjointly by Bnss and Flinders was a memorable one. Governor Hunter wns convinced from the reports of Bass and Flinders that Tasmania was separated from Australia by tbe strait de cribed by these voung explorers. In '796 he appointed tnnaers io sue cow maud of the Norfolk, a craft of 25 tons, which had been built at Norfolk Tsland, ^nd ordered b.im to settle the qnestion. On October 7. l^?8. witn a crew of eight meji, Bass and Flinders left Syd nev Cove, and, proceeding as quickly as' possible over tht. knor/n waters they reached the coast of Ta mania. Starting at the northern point, known as C:ipe Portlar.d, they proceeded alone the north coast, and on November 3 discovered Port Dalrymple. Leaving this they s.-iiled westward for a short time, aiid on December S they found themselves doubling the northwest Cap*-, and with delight they siw the shove receding for many WOTes to the south. They had pns ed through thp strait a...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 14 November 1926

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