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The Sunday Mail Special Motor Number BREAKDOWNS AXLE AND WHEEL TROUBLE PREVENTIVE MEASURES [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 3 October 1926

[?] BREAKDOWNS ♦ — AXLE AND WHEEL TROUBLE 0 ? PREVENTIVE MEASURES Sratistfc-P issued by Ihr Roy.nl Auto mobile Club of Britain show that trouble with axlos and ?wheels is a. frequent cause of road breakdowns. The. motorist who takes the matter in time, however, neod seldom or never experience a break down from this cause. Wlien, at starting a car from rest. and especially when changing from re verse to low or from a forward genr to reverse, there is a sharp click or snap, apparantly from the rear when- the clutch is let in, it may be suspr«-te-l that one or botli of the Tear wheels is not tight on its asle-shaft. / On a majority of cars the hub of each drive wheel is internally tapered and this fits a corresponding external taper on the outer end of the axle-shaft. A keyway is cut half iu each of th« two tapered parts and into this is fitted a 6teel key or spline, which intended to hold the vrheel hub and axle-shaft against relative rotation- The nut on the end of the axle-shaft dra...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
FARQUHAR'S BATTING ATTRACTIVE DISPLAY COLTS' BOWLING WEAK [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 3 October 1926

FARQUHAR'S BATTING w — . ATTRACTIVE DISPLAY COLTS' BOWLING WEAK In the match, Eastern Suburbs v Colts Ko. 1, a Graceville, the need for bowling variety in the Colts team was ag^in apparent. With | this deficiency made good the team ' as an allround side'7.willi;be:'«iueh:JimprovedV : ' '' With the wicket good, the experi enced batsmen of Suburbs had things much in their favour. The outstanding innings of the day was that by J. all his good strokes, -particularly his favourite' cover drive. ? . Hartigan j for the Colts, on winning the toss from V». Rowe, sent his team in. Conde. and. Hubbard opened to Tliur low and Silverton. Both batted very well, and Hubbard at the start got two LEO. O'CONNOE scored 137 off the Westers Snbnrbs totrlers before losing us wicket. boundaries off Xcilscn. whose slow bowling was greatly to their liking. They scored the first 50 runs in 42 minutes. When S3, Hubbard gave his first chance, a catch at leg, which was dropped. After adding two more runs he was...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 3 October 1926

????????????^???????????B»BaBiiBai«iiiBi»Baa«iiH»ipii.iB|ipMa ; Enjoy the Security il i a j % and Prestige Given by the I | j HUPMOBILfe j | STRAIGHT EIGHT 5 I Another Hupmobile achievement. In surpassing beauty of line aa€ ttUOHt— S I w|th even greater roominess and comfort — motor cax luxury and refnemeot 5 I reach new heights in this newest Hupmobile Eight. ? ? «. I Its beauty will captivate your eyes — and a test trip will convince you that B I only in. the Hupmobile Eight has reasonable price been combined with the finest 5 I mechanical performance and luxuriant beauty to create your ideal car. 5 ! DRIVE A HUP . j I EVERS MOTOR CO. LTD. I | ADELAIDE-STREET, BRISBANE. § ! ' AND AT TOOWGOMBA. 2 i . .. -. . ., ; -.: ? : ? ? v ?? ???'.: S ??????????????a ????????????HaanaaaaBBaBHuaBaBBaBaiaaaBaBHUj? ! A. J. LEAVER, & ! G, A. C. LEAVER, | Consulting Automotive ! Engineers, TJNION BANK CHAMBERS ? tufwtne* t£s» Mjuttm. J - ArfvlciS on C«r Parchases. ' ? ' Cxoert Rcgsrts «n U«*...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
VALLEYS' GOOD SCORE O'CONNOR'S CENTURY AN EASY WICKET [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 3 October 1926

VALLEYS' GOOD SCORE O'CONNOR'S CENTURY AN 1E3LSY WICKET TLe- wicket atthe Xew Farm Park, for the commencement of the Vallev Westera Suburbs'- njat-Si, was very easy, and in favour of 'the batsmen. The out fieldi.howeTOr, was on tie heavy side, and consequently the batsmen did not fret the full benefit of their shots. O'Connor won the. tps6. Valleys batted, and occupied- the crease till 5.35 -p.m Although their total was only 255,. it was '. gobd under.the' circumstances. Jt would- be equal to another 100 runs on cne Jixi jDition -iround. O'Connor and Stafford again gave the side a good, start' by adding 5G. Staf ford 'was: the- first to go, and after col lectjhg '20 in' fine style was badly beaten by Esbenson, which gave this towlcr Vhis - first ; wicket- in. A grade roa^es. E. Hutcheon . was shaping fioundly when ne was unfortunate in bein* sturn'oed 'by a rebound from the wicltet ^keeper's' pads. ? hrch; wicket partnership. O'Connor a n*i Macfarlane provided tie bedi|fcncket of th...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
The Royal Automobile Club of Queensland CLUB NOTES OUR NEW ROAD MAP GYMPIE TO KILKIVAN Via Maryborough, Widgee, Moolooga and Oakview (All Rights Reserved.) GYMPIE TO KILKIVAN. SPEEDOMETER CHART. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 3 October 1926

?2& Roual Automobile, 6Iub o/QuoGnslay CLUB MOTES OUR NEW ROAD MAP GYMPIE TO KILKIVAN Via Maryborough, Widgee, Moolooga and Oakview (All Rights Reserved.) GYMPIE TO KltKIVAN. SPEEDOMETER CHART. 0.0 — Leave Post Office, Gympie, on right. 0.4 — Turn left -with sign 'To Maiy borough.' 0.5 — Turn right at cross roads. 3.0 — Bear left, 4.2 — Fork at school, as-cjd road to right. 5.6 — Dip on right, then turn left at 8.7 — Go straight ahead (road turning sharply back to right, with sign 'To Curra' leads to Mary borough. 9.3— Cross Bell's bridg* over Mary Biver, and continue along main road. 12.8 — Bad turn across Widgee Creek, then bear to left. 14.4 — Wonga Lower School on right, continue straight ahead. 18.0 — Ro;id from 'Widgee joins in on left. 19.8 — Cross Bogmillcrer Creek and soon afterwards bear to left. ? 21.0 — Turn left,- road straight ahead leads to 'Woolooga and Mary borough. 21.8 — Turn right at sign. 25.0— Gate. 25.3 — Cross Serpentine Creek. 2&0 — Oakview S...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 3 October 1926

?? ? ; ? - -*£??-? ? ? Old Methods of Vta^H n canizlng are like: IB' 2 Crank Starting; IJj I 17IDDUNG about mtbjB ^Q r* pieces of cardboard anc^ (XL ^H matches and bits of tin; ^E ^B to vulcanize a tube repair was} j^H ^H alright in the days of crank; ^R Mj starting — before electricity jW Ml came into its own. To^Jay^ Hj. '?; Hi the up-to-date motorist uses a? JH| H LECGETT ? I M m RAPID-ELECTRIC ^ M ? VULCANIZE* %H |^| because it's sale — because it.: |^1 H| makes a better! patch, more; ?? ' pH evenly cured— because itcostsj Hi ' j2j lessfor refills. Ask that'Ptej£ jjfij Sj 42' Garageman to teffyou| J^S ? all about it : ^ ML IZ} Price Converter 24 Extra; IXl ^Q Complete only Patches? OB ? 16/6 7/6 */*V; ? ; DOtJGLifs mqts|r f — CYCliS~T~ £ w. model 2f :iy?. The enormous dtfferenefr-^Hie riripla- : tion— of riding the now E.W. Dot«las after an ordinary, motor cycle muni be ?:. experienced to be believed. The linger . you look' at it. the more you.wllWeel that THIS IS DIFFERENT, and...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 3 October 1926

It's a Mug's Game Pumping up tyres by Mad. Use PREST-AIR It's Easier, quicker, and more com fortable. Prest Air -will also lift your car, extinguish fire, and make «oda water. Absolutely no danger, a child can use it. Power Bottles weigh only 3lb. Come and see for yourself. Prest Air is simply wonderful— Booklet posted free on request. We arc the Sole Queensland Dis . tributors. AGENCY (Q'UANO) UMrTED. Tornitr Creak & Adelaide Streets, BRISBANE. i EVERY MOTORIST SH OULD READ i I THE STEERING WHEEL j ;! The Motor Journal of Queensland and the !; i; Northern Rivers of New South Wales. i: ! tfRIM #UL\. OF INFORMATION VAl UA6LE TO EVERY MOTOR OWNER. ; '-'??? HINTS AND flPS HOW fO KEEP COSTS OOWN DRIVING HINTS . ? AtUOfOK fBEi SAMPLE GOP* ALl THE LATEST MOTOHING NEWS. ] &0ffl&Sf&ERlNG WHEEL,' Box 62L G.P.O., Brisbane. \

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
GARAGE GIRLS MELBOURNE TEAM BUSINESS-LIKE MECHANICS [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 3 October 1926

GARAGE GIRLS MELBOURNE TEAM BUSINESS-LIKEi MECHANICS Miss Alice Anderson's little team of voung women has decided to carry on in th£ garage in Cothani roadi Ksw, (says the Melbourne 'Herald-') Mr. J. T. Noble Anderson feels that this would have 'been his daughter's wish. Sister J. M'Beth. Miss Anderson's life long frieud and sole executor, knows that this wai her desire should anything ever happen. So the girls, who loved their mistress as they love their work, find solace in their sadness. Miss Anderson, who was buried the other day, was killed by a 'bullet while cleaning an automatic pistol- She iu tended going abroad for a well earned holiday next year. The new 'boss' is Miss Ruth Snell, who has been at the garage for five years. Miss Anderson taught her all she knows about ears, and what she doesn't k..ow is not worth learning. Miss Snell grew up in her knowledge and became first lieutenant. The two were great pals at their work, each having implicit trust in the other. THE MORN...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
NO SETTLEMENT LOUISA CREEK DISPUTE [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 3 October 1926

NO SETTLEMENT LOUISA CREEJv DISPUTE . .No scttlcnieut was readied in the com pulsory conference between the execu tive of the Waterside Union, the Aus tralian Workers'- Union, and the employ ers concerned, continued before the full Board of Tr:irlc and Arbitration on Satur day morning. The conference ivas in connection with the refusal of the Waterside Workers' Federation to sunn!*' labour for tho Innrf iug of sugar barges .at Louisa Creek, Mackay. At Saturday's conference' Mr. W. J. Ounshin made certain recommendations to the State oxeeutive of tlie Waterside Union which it promised to consider, and to report back at 10 a.m. on ^Jonday.

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
"B" GRADE MATCHES LOGAN AND ALBERT UNION [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 3 October 1926

'B' GRADE MATCHES LOGAN AND ALBERT UNION BEENLEIGH, Saturday.— The first round of the B grade Logan ? and Albert Rifle Union fixtures was fired on the Bccnleigh ransc this afternoon. Eesults : — LOGAN VILLAGE. ' 300 500 600 Ttl. H. F. Kirk ? 32 33 30 97 A Ross ? 29 34 33 96 H. Wendt ? 31 32 31 94 h Allford ? 31 31 27 89 W. Wright ? 30 30 23 83 F. G. Williams ? 27 27 2S S2 | Totals .. ..ISO 189 172 541 SOUTHPORT. R. Akes ? 32 3t 30 !-6 G. Ellis ? -?.!) 31 30 93 H. Loughheed ? 30 33 23 92 W. Dennis ? 2S 31 27 S3- G. Black ? 21 32 23 85 ?E. Stewart ? 2-i 31 .7 84; Totals ? 169 1SS 172 539 COOMERA. R. Wilson ? 30 33 30 03 K. Bignell ? 2r. z-j. 34 M). : S. Proud ? 29 31 30 90 M. Bahr ? 31 3» 2'» 89 W. Shirley ? 27 31 30 S8 , E. Rosin ? -S 29 25 82 Totals ? HO 1^'J 174 533 i PIMPAMA 3. Mohbs ? -« .'4 32 &5 B. Wilkle ? 32 34 29 90 H. Mobbs ? 27 ST, _ft PX A. Wilkie ? .29 29 29 8T H. Aitksou ? 31 27 2'. S3 H. E. Mobbs ? £5 33 21 79 Totals ? 173 ll-2 103 530 BEiENLEIGH. K. Wllkic ? 3...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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HARD CONDITIONS CLUB MATCHES [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 3 October 1926

HARD CONDITIONS CLUB MATCHES Club competitions were fired at Enoggera on Saturday. A rear fishtail wind made conditions difficult, and scoring was on the low side. Details. NATIVES. ' FIRST COMPETITION. 300 S00 GOO Total K. Lacey (10) .. 31 28 20 35 AV. Perrem (19) .. _3 20 27 100 1\ De Hayr (20) .. 16 '_« 30 97 -.;. Kennedy (G) . . ul :;2 :;_ 104 W. J. Thomas (l-) T-i :J3 31 103 J. M'Conachie (8) --i :)- S3 103 E. Belson (S) .. .. :JO 35 30 103 C. Locke (32) .. Iti _G -1 97 P. Kinnear (27) . 21) _S 28 105 U. Wright (14) .. 20 27 2!) 90 C. Christensen (10) -3 y_ -9 94 G. De Hayr (20) .. -3 25 20 90 K. M'Millan (12) . -S _9 27 96 j H. Bourne (11) ?- 30 _9 .'.0 100; A. Studdert (12) .. 30 :jO :io 102 K. Well (14) .... 23 :S0 20 98 AV. Cook (7) .. .. -5 Ml _O 89 H. Barber (12) .. :H 28 25 96 F. Petit (26) ..25 28 24 103 1). Smith (20) ..26 32 28 103 1). Cronin (15) .. 20 29 2S 98 [ ? BAILWAYS. THIRD COMPETITION. ; ,T. Derbyshire (14) 29 30 29 102 J E. Schilling. 3un (29) 25 29 IS 105 O...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
TOOMBUL'S DAY L. OXENHAM—HIGGINS BOWLING TACTICS [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 3 October 1926

TOOMBULS DAY L. OXENHAM— HIGGINS BOWLING TACTICS Three of the interesting features in ; the first two 'hours' play':in- the 'Topm bal-South Brisbane game at 'the Exhibi tion No. 1 ground were R. Oxenliain's «fariy_ dispiissai, hurricane changes jn th«j bowling, and a fine second wicket stand. i ,,I$ was* of course, a relief to the . Southerners, for . the 'crack batsmen of i ^oombiul to go if or 7. He _ was : spiels diiaiy- eaught by Junner, first slip. JL Higgins and L. E. Oxeuham became as-' eociatea, and both men watched and watte{L The opposing captain, L. L. ^ty, -«d£»arunented witti five bowlers, and tW sixth came on for the 14th over with onlj;;|t3 runs op. Just what, .the cap-; tasnVvniotive was is ' beyond conjecture, lud^HS^-it was a desire to 'give each an eaife^fcest on whieh. to -base subsequent possibilities. The batsmen continued to pUiy-foe guarded game. ;?.. Thompson was onUJfiot instance, fire overs for five maidg^isj he went off, came on 'again, and h^d 16 scored ...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
REPRESENTATIVE PLAYERS DO BEST WITH THE BAT QUIET CRICKET Senior Competitions Batsmen Have Better of Duel [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 3 October 1926

? - . ?-i#*f**:,vJl!,.:!-.--.v.-. -.:?, ? -'.: ?-? :-.:-?? ^~ ^^ ~ ? ! ? ™ ? ~~ '~ ' ! ? ::^mm^TATIVE- PLAYERS DO BEST WITH THE BAT QlJffirf jCEKKET - ...'? . . '';,??. ? ? ♦— - ? . Senior Competitions Batsmen Have Better of Duel In the second of the series of the senior A grade games on Satur 1 daj% on \7ickets favourable to batsmen, several good scores were made, but with few exceptions the batting was not attractive. ^ -'. Interstate players ran up the best individual totals, and a number »f the younger men also did -well. Judging by- the play on the three ? Saturdays the backbone of the- State team maintains its batting strength. j: Exhibition . wickets were playea on for ihe first time this season. I The main wicket is ripening well, and the outfield will soon be looking ; its -:jbest. The pitch on Hb:-2 ground could not have played :nncb better; f ;? the outfield could be rolled. ' Both colts'^ elevens made poor scores; nevertheless there are batsmen and bowlers of promise in ...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
CAR IN CREEK DRIVER'S CLOSE CALL [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 3 October 1926

CAR IN CREEK ? m DRIVER'S CLOSE CALL CHABLEVILLE, Saturday. — Mr. Richard Byers, Crowa lands ranger, had a close call when, his motor car, temporarily out of control, ran into the Quilbery Creek. The water com pletely submerged the car, and Mr. Byers, after struggling for^ some time, reached the bank of the creek in an exhausted condition.'

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
CYCLING LOCAL CLUBS CASTAGNOLA AGAIN [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 3 October 1926

CYCLING _- LOCAL CLUBS CASTAGNOLA AGAIN Most of the metropolitan clubs confined their activities to the road on Saturday afternoon. Several championships constituted tbe main attractions. The West Brisbane club conducted their lfl-mlle championship, which served to prove that Anglo Castagnnla can still be classed amongst the best riders, as he won the event rather easily. S. (Joubareff also had an easy win the Kangaroo Point ??hamnion- shlp. Results : — KANGAROO POINT. JI-TXIOR 14-3H1(E (PFITZEXMAIKE CCP SKKIES). I.. Pherrin (2.10) ? 1 W. Houston (3.0) ? 2 C. Weaver (3.0) ? 3 Fastest time. W. Bedsor, 43.32. L. Sherrin Is also the oi'lright winner of the valuable cup. SENIOR 7-MILE SCRATCH RACE. (Championship Series.) S. Ooubareff ? 1 B. Ycomnn ? 2 W. Muir ? C Time, 21min. S. Gobareff is the winner of the club cham pionship with — points, \V. Muir is second with 7 points, and T. S. Wallace third with fl poims. ANNERLEY. JUNIOR 10-MILE HANDICAP. C. Juxon 13.0) ? 1 ?J. Peacock (1.30) ?...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
SHAKESPEARE MODERN PRODUCTION DESIGNER'S ART [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 3 October 1926

SHAKESPEARE MODERN PRODUCTION DESIGNER'S ART Many Australians have noted with interest the fact that Mr. Allan Wilkie' has been attending various productions of Shakespeare in England, whither he went, to replace wardrobe and 'proper- ties' lost in the fire at Geelong some months ago. Doubtless the actor-manager is pay ing special attention to the question of the relation between the requirements of the modern stage^ — and the modern audiences — aud the Bard's works. It has been often remarked that everybody but actors and producers are full of suggestions as to how Shakespeare should be done, but actors take small Pains to train in the Shakespearean way, and producers turn to something con sidered more profita* le. The public are in a dubious ppsitioiii, lamenting1 the death of Shakespearean offering, and staying away from the theatre when he is offered. 'The Yale Review' and the 'Theatre Arts Msigazinn' consume a good deal of space over Shakespeare's relation to modem stage-craft,...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
TAPESTRY SUITES TWO CLEANING METHODS [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 3 October 1926

TAPESTRY SUITES TWO CLEANING METHODS There we two very successful and tc I liable methods Of making a soiled tapes-, try upholstered suite look like new. Botlv I methods necessitate the chairs being thoroughly brushed and all loose dirt and dust lemoved. The materials for the first method arc merely a bottle of petrol, a, cut) of clean 1 water, and a cloth &s near the colour of the tapestry as possible— not any darker. With the cloth work over the whole of I the tapestry with tho petrol. This will j remove all Crease and freshen the 'colour TLen work all over with waUr, which will remove all sugar and starchy stains. Afterwards look carefully for a»y spots that may have been overlooked. Place the furnitire in the open air for all fumes to evaporate It is vise to -choose a dry day for the cleaniyg, and keep away from the fire when writing ; in fact, work out of doors is possible. If the 6mell of petrol is objectionable, add a little oil of wintergreen. The difi' agreeable odo...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
WHERE SHALL I GO? HOLIDAY TIME QUERY LOOKING AHEAD [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 3 October 1926

WHERE SHALL I GO? HOLIDAY TIME QUERY LOOKING AHEAD It is one of the minor tragedies of life that so many people return every year from their holidays worse and not better in health, either because they have spent them unwisely or in the wrong place In holidays ? it is especially true that ''one man's meat is another nian's poison-' Thus it is courting disaster for anyone suffering from rheumatism or gout to spend his holiday by the sea. He should gro injand to the higher parts of the country where he can get plenty of sunshine and be free from damp and cold. On the contrary, for those wbo have luujr trouble the seaside is the ideal place. People with weak hearts would -ilo well to avoid both sea and mountains. Wooded country at a moderate elevation is the place for them. In cases of anaemia and other blood conditions the ideal resort is where you can be in the open air practically all day and enjoy the maximum of sunshine, without ex posure, to extreme heat or colCl; TvJiilc the hol...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 3 October 1926

THE SEA IS CALLING INSPECT OUR SHIPMENT OF NEW SEASON'S PRETTY DESIGNS IN TENNIS OR SEASIDE SHOES . COLONIAL AND CANADIAN 600DS. VIC. JENSENS CAN PLEASE YOU IN STYLE. QUALITY. AND PRICE. POSTAGE PAID ANYWHERE. ? a^HnT I special -^g1k&g^gBn ?^^?H I POSTAGE i^^Hl s.martt^aV0^ Leather Ankle -Sfrap Shoe. Pateat Leataher Ankle Bar Snee, ifancy elace kid facings, pump soles. Baby Wrrt perferateaV fronts, pump . «ote. eovered h«el«- Baby Wurt heels. .?????'..?;. \;\'-y ?i™nty^?'!l!£fllt Sh0?.*' tnkle $traa At' Nett P**1'* Uather Skae. Champagne Full White Lace Shoes, all rubber soles. Chil dren's, 3/9 and 3/11. Women's . . ^ . . . 4/3. Men's .. .. .; .. 4/11 White Canvas One Bar Shoe, ~ Crepe rubber soles, good shapes. Other Grade* la Tennis Strap SfeMC One Bar Waits Sole 3/Jl Full White Canvas Rubber Sote Shoe, neat Snow Whlta Canvas Bar Shea, perforated strap and low. raised cushion heel. Buek strap, overlay, crepe (ubber Boles, :? ' ' ? ? ? Raised heels. WE DO-ANY REPAIRS. INCLU...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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HOME IDEALS TWO VIEWPOINTS BOMB-PROOF BACHELOR [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 3 October 1926

HOME roEALS TWO VIEWPOINTS BOMB-PROOF BACHELOR 'Oh, look!' cried the charming girl ecstatically as the car sped along the country road. 'Isn't it simply a darling] Just look!' 'Where?' demanded the matterof fact young man at the wheel. 'What?' 'You've passed it uow.' mourned the charming girl with a reproachful look beneath her lashce. 'The sweetest little bungalow right in the mitjdle of the dearest garden that I ever did see! It had ? ' ''Poor train service out this far,' the tnatter-of-fact young man told her. 'Take an hour to get back and forth to town, and when there was a storm you'd have to wear hir- boots to get to the station!' I *'It had ruffled curtains at the win j dows.' the charming girl continued, as though he had not spoken. ' Vve. always beeu erazy about ruffled cur ? — ' j 'Well, there's no law against having ? them In town, is there?' tlie young man asked mildly. 'Or maybe your mother [ won't let you have 'em in your' room — ' 'It isn't the same thing!' she in i f...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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