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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 3 October 1926

III jT&ibZSA T^H^t^^^SsmKxMii . ll'?ffrr plexion. Even, the most perfect ?Hn . * MU fffiX&^i I ybtXtlkPs BeeaW^affll '111 S 111 «. ma7 qnite easily be rained in «-few ' Itfl *^w» '-urt ** jjfflk'lil 'iM| ISnlKPlnffM' Ashes of Roses Fsce Powder to ^1 || j9*fte* of Rose» *'«? *o^«« I 1 may be obtained in all shades from fl] ChemiiU, Perfumers, and Store*. Bl Price, 4/- per box. Also in corn Ill 7*el (oim in silt case with dainty pan III and mirror, 2/9 and ?/?. ha« a punty that i. beyond queadon. It is made from the fll *L-ne8K,and fine*l lnSredient». blended together with infinite 111 «k.H. Never wa. there Face Powder so delightfully refre.hins. lU and never ha. Paria given a Powder so exquisitely perfumed. (1 and »o peculiarly adherent. »?»=-*. »w ? 4»A«» 0/ /?O5CS Pace Powder w31 Bot harm the most dtlicata B complexion-it enhance, th. charm of the mo.t be»««faL jlj Is. S ^^ All lines also in 'Ashes of Violets,' Ml 9 So that you may test these exquisite - Jl Jlshes O...

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

KOKO is Marvelloas for Halfflrf - W?W&'% marvellous for falling hair and VwtoimI i ' (Original Letter In our EajimKim C'^^ff/// \ KOKO is incredibly clean consider- (f/ftKHhl A ?'''**& - ine how 500a it is for falling hair and fs^fKf /%?' / . dandruff. So oleasant and refreshing )W «?tL .-? f .'' that usine it as a daily dressing is a iJCrtiall a /'*?'/ v..**' sheer delight. wflmlga /??* Xoko cannot mat the hair nor make ffi im\\ - .** it heavy and sticky- Instead, it brings IllJaauisSl * .* . - out all the natural beauty, all the rich vifPfliil' ??* .-/tJf'^ ciosny silkiness. the oretty bright tints $ f^Mf *-— ^''?BSSWrVj ***** were latent until the scalp and M /Jill \ y^ffPP'j'K hair were cleansed as onlv Koko can R^Ssl!*!!* vf£g%w#j&V ' as enthusiast!.: about Koko as every W ||i H.P. soe . r ^3 Mo More JL vim. and &«UCUfilB€lia0UI wIman VIGOUR ? . . w ~ No More Backacl e, Swollen 7on'-*. or Wea*, ' Tired Feeling I The cause of backache and rheumati...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
HAJIE AHMED CAMRUDDIN NOTED INDIAN HERBALIST [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 3 October 1926

HAJIE AHMED CAHRUDDIN NOTED INDIAN HERBALIST Hagie Ahmad Canirnddin, the noted Indian herbalist, who has studied her bal treatment from the Indian, Arabic, Persian, and Afghan formulae for the use of natural herbs, and who has had over 20 years', experience in the treat ment of all illnesses, is now practising at 'Altoria,' Kelvin Grove-road, Kelvin Grove, onu shop past Prospect-terrace. Mr. Camruddin is tbc only Indian her. iialist practising in Australia, and is the founder of the formulae used in the manufacture of Mendura Indian Herbal Preparations. He holds hundreds of, testimonials from people in all parts of Australia, whom he has cured of various ailments. His treatments include asthma, nasal and stomach catarrh, goitre, ezeema and raeb, rheumati&m, sciatica, lumbago, anaemia, hcmorrlitige, and freckles. He also holds testimonials for increasing weight. Mr. Camruddin can be consulted from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. daily, and consultation is free.

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

1 ' . - ? ! » ? [ -t i Permanent k ; Waving j j The beauty and charm of tne'f j shingled or bobbed head is most. * i pronounced when permanently \ j waved by the Eugene method. ? ? ' ' i Not only is the Eugene Wave 5 i really permanent, but the beauty ? | of the hair is permanent, tool ? ? , ? i The gentle way in which the I ? Eugene machine bandies the » , hair's delicate texture and sheen * i has really been its most eloquent ? | advocate. J ? ? i For, instead of first wetting the \ ? hair then baking it dry, the ? I Eugene method winds the hair . ' t dry, just as it naturally is. Then . a J tiny jets of clean white steam ! i induce it to assume the wave. : \ 1 . t ? Thus the Eugene method leaves ? J nothing to chance. You axe ? i assured not only of the per- ? i manence of the wave, but of ? \ the beauty of the hair as welL { ? ? i At Finney's Beauty Parlours ? ? the famous Eugene Hair Waving J [ Machine has been installed. A a i skilled staff of permanent wavera i [ give special...

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

HARDEST OF ALL ? o REMEMBERING NAMES 'WTiat'ye been doing?' asked the thin man, falling into step beside the other. 'Using all my spare time trying to train my memory,' laughed the stout man. 'I've got a terrible memory when it conies to associating names with faces. Now a face is something I never forget. For instance, the minute I saw you I knew you. I3ut, as a rule, although it didn't happen in this case, I can't place names. Yours is about the first one I sot down correctlv. I think. It's tfir- result of my trying to train my memory no doubt.'' ''Must be a terrible handicap to for get names,'' remarked the thin man. 'How do you manage it?' The stout man grinned. 'We fix it up between us — my typist and !? . She sits near the door on purpose, and the minute a man conies in she's ready with the greeting. 'Why, how do you do, Mr. Clay?' she'll call out loud enough for me to hear. Then, if I still look puzzled because I can't place any Mr. Clay, she'll add: 'How's the engineering bu...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
SEA SLED SHALLOW DRAUGHT 30 M.P.H. IN FOUR INCHES OF WATER [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 3 October 1926

SEA SLED SHALLOW DRAUGHT 30 M.P.H. IN FOUR INCHES OF WATER Amateur Eshing and boating men of Brisbane will be interested in the tale of the latest typo of water craft de signed for use in shallow water. A 'glider' or 'sea sled,' which is an interesting adaptation of elements taken alike from aeronautics and aquatics, has been developed in the form of the so-culled 'free bottom' craft illustrated. This novel boat is powered with a 90 horse-power Curtis motor, and is steered by ;i combination of an air and water ruQaer, wnicn is supported m the blast of the eight-foot aeroplane propeller. Ko claims are made of remarkable speed for her size and power, although she is capable of 35 miles per hour. Com fortable speed in a useful boat, which can travel in a minimum draft of water without sacrificing the advantages to be found in her class, were the predominant ideas in her design. Twenty-six feet over all, with a beam of 7ft 4in, the draft when loaded and at rest is 9in. Under full speed ...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
"BUFFALO BILL" CODY'S WELD WEST TALE OF UPS AND DOWNS [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 3 October 1926

'BUFFALO BILL' ♦ CODY'S WELD WEST TALE OF UPS AND DOWNS A tall, long-haired man sat with his wife atop a pile of ti^s beside the little red-painted station at North Platte, Nebraska (U-S.A.) watching a scene before him with the most intense in terest. There was a reason — even those interested spectators did not know how firrent a one. For before them was the beginning of ati amusement enterprise that was to prain the attention of the world In front of that pile of ties, a few lowboys were working with lariats, swinging them over their heads, or. with short, loops, spinning them in ec centric circles. Then, from the cattle pen whence beef- were usually shipped to. market, a steer would be released, to be chased by a cowman on horseback, roped, thrown and then hORtied, while the man and his wife who sat upon the grandstand of ties applauded or gave suggestions. It was the beginning of a great many things, that little exhibition down by J the railroad station at North Platte. It forme...

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

THE MAN FROM GALWAY DOWNS This is an impression of Mr. Thomas Purcell, of Galway Downs, Cooper's Creek. At leaet that is his country address. He also has a home at Yeronga, South Brisbane, but as his interests are spread over several States, he spends a considerable portion of his time on the more. In addition to the 1900 square miles of country at Galway Downe, he has other station properties. The Purcell Engineering Co. of Xerr South Wales belongs to him. He owns two papers in Kockhampton, and has large intereets in a varied assortment of industries. His stories .of the early days makes him an interesting travelling companion. He ie a tire less traveller, and although not a youngster, the sight of him calmlv and deliberately threading his way along the heaving dedk of the little Orara. in a heavy sea served as a fine example to some of the younger and more amateurish travellers. The drawing is by Mr. Hal Eyre, who has joined the staff of 'The Daily Mail' and ' The Sunday Mall.' Mr...

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

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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 — 3 October 1926

1 ^^^^^???^?^ ??^?^™'^''™*1* \ ?- —THE THEATRE BEAUTIFUL, SgvfjyESTic ''? WIJNOAV. jTUESDAV, WEDNESDAY, ?:-*??' ^ £i#XCHE '?: ??.-.- By PHILLIP OPPENHEIM. Starring IjOOROTHY DALTON v BEN TURPIN IN 'THE DAREDEVIL' and ; 5*THE EAGLE'S TALONS' '-.. THURSDAY. FBIOAY. SATURDAY. ;**MORE DEADLY THAN , ; ' THE MALE' '.;:.' ? . . oy .-? ?-:?-?? ? : Starring :,- ' CHAni.ES GARVICE, '% ETHEL CLAYTON CHARLIE CHAPLIN in 'A MAN OF MEANS' '? and 'SWISS FAMILY ? ROBINSON' COMMENCING TO-MORROW i BEEE DANIELS f ||SS BREWSTEIVS H MHO-IONS' ? ?:*? w-. . - ;. aim, ' --W ELINOR 'GLYN'S fSOUL MATES' WitfclAileen Priiigfe and Edmund Lowe. ; 'And Afternoon and Night. \ 'THE GREAT HENRI . ;. FRENCH' Eminent French Entertainer, in a com plete change «f programme. 'To many a- youth and many a maid : Danclog. fa .the'' che4iier'd ---Shade.' There are always Joys AT THE' Trocadero The satin-smooth floor, entrancing music, and delightful ? company have a eharm all their own, and with electrie punkahs installed, t...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
SALESMAN KILLED TRAVELLER INJURED MOTOR CAR OVERTURNS [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 3 October 1926

SALESMAN KILLED TRAVELLER INJURED MOTOR CAR OVERTURNS -PERTH, Saturday. — A land Balesmatf named Mervrn John Linstead, trho came to Perth from Launeeston, -Tasmania, was killed in a motor accident near Northam- last night. tina.tead was. driving, a. motor par to Perth accompanied by two commercial travellers named Setehford and Pitcher. The. ear struck a deep cnlvert on the road and capsized. Linstead and JCetch ford were pinned underneath the car, but PiteheT -«ras thTtfvra clear. - .. - Linatead was badly., crashed, and died at the NortKam Hospital at midnight. Betcb'f ord sustained a broken leg, and Pitcher was practically unhurt. It. ia believed that Linstead originally : came from Victoria.' ; Charlie: 'Married yd, old man?'. Edward: 'Sol but I'm engaged, and that's as good as married.' 'It's better .toi; if you only. knew, it.'

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
ROYAL AUTOMOBILE CLUB Reliability Touring Contest BRISBANE TO GRAFTON AND BACK Details and Prize Winners [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 3 October 1926

R0YA1 AUTOMOBILE a,UB Reliability Touring Contest BRISBAINE TO GRAFTON AND BACK Details and Prize Winners f, First : trophy .. ?? ?? ???.'-.? .-? ...... .^ ......... Ir. G. LEE. Second iropbr .. .??'?? ? R. P. RHlEUBEX Third trophy ... ... .. ....'.-. .;- .. ..-;. E, P. RANDALL. S.E CTIO N TR O P HIES PETROL C0NSUDMPTI0N. :- - ! First trophy ?? ? -. ? n. p. RHEUBEX. Second trophy .- ? .. ??..-.......... L.-G. LEE. Beat miles per gaKon trophy ..,?- .... . .l . iliss ? E. ' L. GARTER. HILL CLIMB. First trophy .. .. -? ??.....'.. .'.:'.'... C. VTOODHEAD.- janr. ? Second trophy ...... ? -.. . . ., ;.. '.._. . kIr.^RAE. Fastest time .trophy ? .-.-... .. . .' J. S. ' M'COKMACK. FLYING HALF MELE. . .'; : ;.'? First trophy .J7. ./..'-.. .... .'.'....... J. S. M'CORMACK. : Second trophy .--??.. ? .. C. WOODHEAD, junr. . Fastest .time trophy .-...?..-.. ..-'-.-, . . . . *3. S. M'OORilACK. - ACCH.ERATI0N TEST. , . First trophy .. ''.'??'? , ..'. r~ '.._-? v -'. .. 1. C. {-WOODHEAD, junr. : Sec...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
HOUSEWIVES' EXCHANGE (Continued). Recipes Received [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 3 October 1926

HOUSEMVES' I EXCHANGE I (Continued). !!; Recipes Received RAISIN-APPLE PIE.— J cup water, I cup sugar, ± tipples. 1 cup seeded raisins, i cup chopped ivalnuts, grated \ rind of one lcmoii, 1 tablespoon lemon i juice, 1 teaspoon butter. Cut apples in eighths, and cook with water and ] sugar until transparent, then drain, j Add walnuts, raisins, lemon, and but- 1 ter. Bake -with strips of pastry across j the top. — Mrs. T. H. (Wynnum.) : STRAWBERRY JAM. — Xow ihnt j strawberries arc plentiful it is well [ to stjive a few jars by- for future use. j Allo-vv'llb of sugar to every lib of! fruit. Put over a, slow fire until sugar j melts, then boil fast for half an hour. Take out the fruit with a skimmer, and fill your jars three-quarters full, j Boil tlie syrup five minutes longer, : skim, fill up the jars, and seal while j hot. Keep in a cool, dry place. — Miss j M. (South Brisbane.) STRAWBERRY CREAM PUDDING. ! — One pint strawberry puree, 3oz I sugar, * pint cream, 3oz French gela tine,...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
G.B. SHAW SUFFERS NO WISE FOOLS CRITICAL APPRECIATION [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 3 October 1926

V G..B. SHAW ? — -+~ — — . . . ? .? ? SUFFERS NO WISE FOOLS CRITICAL APPRECIATION , Mr- Will Rogers, the new American humourist, has said that 'Back-'' 'to Methuselah' is like a Test match: no body can finish it- At first, there would not seem to-be -much in' common be-; tween Mr. Shaw and the game of cricket, but I believe I have' found another resemblance . (writes James Agate)- ? ; : It was the habit of Arthur Shrewsbury on going in to bat to say to the pavi lion attendant, 'Don't forget to bring ine a'cup of tea before four o'clock-' A cup of tea would be brought, and the Nottincham' and All-round England crack would go on to complete' his cen tury- ^Resolution is the keynote to Mr Shaw's character, and I imagine him saying to himself. as a. young man. 'I hope they won't forget to give me a dinner round about 70-' This dinner has just been given, and that the guest' may go on to complete his century is' the wish of even his enemies- This Irishman has spent his life seeking out, ...

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

TO MAKE CARAMEL i Put castor sugar in a small pan, j heat slowly without- stirring until it! begins to colour slightty, then stir it \ occasionally. Heat to the required shade. It is used a light- brown or' amber shade for coating moulds for i custards, milk puddings, etc., and a ! very dark brown for eolourilig soups, j sauces, puddings, and cakes. . .

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

CIRCUMSTANCES AGAIN. The crusty old gentleman whose one delight in life. consisted in playing golf was one driving' over' a course through which there .ran a brook. On the way. out he had, made a glorious.. 6hot, that carried his ball well over the silver ; stream to. land on the green opposite. . ' ^'Beautiful course/' he remarked to i his caddie. 'How wonderful it is to have ' such a sweet, cooling stream running through a golf course.' To these remarks the caddie made no reply; he merely . grinned. Sad it -is to -relate, however,- that on the .way back: the old gentleman had the misfortune to 'top'J his ball, which tailed to- carry over the brook, whereupon h? stamped his foot and lashed out with this;.— . ? 'Who. the deuce -could play . decently on a course with.a.sevrer running through the 'middle -of 'it!' ,. -. J

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 is a pitq to spoil a I well served meal bir | feqS&qtoputon ! (ereBos) » CEREBOS LIMITED -- LONDON & SYDNEY. S t V . _J t i . '' — — — ? _____^__^__— — _— — — — — — ^— ^— — — — — — _ — — — J - _^^__.,— _^_^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^— I 1 SEE'THESE LOW-RRICED MODELS 1 A HAWK-EYE * and a new KODAK ! ? /*^. Here is a real camera, making pictures ^ssMBIKk * ,^ . ^^. 2| x 3i inches, at the low price of iMHEsa i flSSBESmRSSH i°/6. If-s **« model 8 Hawk-Eye, W^^W n ' iI^^^BHH^HI *'* *te tested ^s» instantaneous ffll[lnjj^|fcMjP H^^^HfEII9Hi snutter an-^ two v*ew finders. _ H| I ffl || BtfjSH f i^^^HHHHI The new Vest Pocket Kodak, Model »|iJ|JLa^y * !|^^^H^9|^H| B, is only a handful, but is a real gflfcMgj&Sb, - BBBBEMhIIJIBH Kodak, and an excellent picture- MJJfe^^SMip ; Of «l dealer* in Kodak Supplies, and \ KODAK (Australasia) PTY LTD. t 250-252 QUEEN ST,, BRISBANE. WIGKHAM ST., THE VALLEY l_^ And Towntville, Toowoombt. Rodthnntfafc «m» «B £UW «d N.Z. Fou will get gr...

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

iigP|9 Heinz Delicious fiP^P M Peanut Butter tjyte^ |jg| Made from a choice blend of Spanish and t Mip|if raH Virginia peanuts with the bitter hearts - lfi#$M ^y removed. Roasted in special ovens to Y'«^^ develop the rich, nutty flavour. Seasoned di*tl^ atl(^ ff01111^ to proper peanut butter . ? . Jp^ffil fineness and smoothness. Wholesome, -^fc»^; nutritious, easy to digest. Just the food J5|i§l| for hungry children at meals and be* -JmiP^P tween meals. For the afternoon tea, too, '^P^^ Hein? Peanut Butter on biscuits or sand' ?MgS&S^W wiches is a dainty delicacy all will enjoy. ^m. At dinner try Heinz Tomato Soup, /g % Heinz Tomato Ketchup (Tomato Sauce), (?^ Heinz Sweet Mixed Pickles, Hein? jT^V Relishes, Heins Tomato Chutney or \^;\ Heinz Prepared Mustard. ^*V IS THE TEST ? j^... one of Pie N. y^53^K§^B PEANUT 'M2M a j. Hpioz GQMPAisiy ? ;, ^^^'^^S Lpp6ont&ig. Pfiasljur^^a, fop(jpto,-^in. ;; .; vs* ^^^^ Rosy Cheeks il #v^»%Spa*kttii8! .. ;?? t^ **» WK 'pEGULARbMc...

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

J^^^^K -M^rff^^V^*^ ^m ^m ^m ^m fl ^B IH |H I ^B V ^B ^B B ^| fB ^^ ^H ^v Bi ? I ^B ' f K tft-W^' \ 9FWSlAND5 WATI0NAL THEATRt ? ! ! ^^M ^ttt^^B^^^^^S ^h BB 1H ^fl ^^^^^^ ^H ^^1 H ^B ' ^^^^^^ ' ,^. ^ ^W^^^^^ % ^^B * ^^^^Mri/tijiwrjMfMiJf ' m^^SsS&r INWAN DAYS 0F TERR0R- ^T/- ''ii^mSi Wm ' ' ^^^. ? INDIAN SUMMER NIGHTS OF LOVE! / /?f#^^?l mim^/ Jr&BtBaM^tok A flashing love-drama of the old West, 'fj$f , - ^ 9 ON THE STACeI 3| Tte personification of grace and charm— I THE ALTON I SISTERS j| Two delightful Girls on a 3 silver thread. 1 ? TIVOLI CELEBRITY ARTISTS. [?] ^^^^^^^ ? ? % .. ? ^ ? _.,^JJ^^^_ ? t^j^v^— i^-tj * DON'T SEARCH IN VAIN It seems strange that such a lot of people leave their homes in a vain search for entertainment. Of course, some individuals are - born restless and nothing on earth -would content them, but a large number have never conceived the idea of making their own homes pleasurable places in which to be. AFTER YOU PURCHASE A LAFFARCUE EXPRESSIO...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
THE MAJESTIC DOROTHY DALTON "THE APACHE" [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 3 October 1926

THE MAJESTIC DOROTHY DALTON 'THE APACHE' After five years' absence the popular Dorothy Dalton is back on the screen. Her first picture is 'The Apache,' by Ruby M. Ayres. The plot lends itself' to the special abilities of the star, who appears in a dual to\c — that of an Apache woman, and the daughter of a wealthy aristocrat. Picture-lovers will welcome Miss Dalton to the screen. The co-etar features Ben Turpin. which signifies that it is a comedy. It to eclipse all this funny little man's efforts in laugh-provoking films. It may be remembered that one of the best comedies yet produced was en titled 'A Night Out,' and featured Ben Turpin and Charles Chaplin. On the same programme Betty Faire appears in a Paramount special, en titled 'The Third Bound,' and Fred Thompson appears in 'The Eagle's Talons.' JUVENILE ARTISTS' COMPETITION. Following the custom to hold a juvenile artists' competition annually, the management is now receiving entries from boys and girls under 16 who wish to co...

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