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GOLF IMPROVED PLAY AT YEERONGPILLY MONTHLY BOGEY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 3 October 1926

GOLF ^ ? — IMPROVED PLAY AT YEERONGPILLY MONTHLY BOGEY. Tl v B.G.C. golfers contested an 13-liole ere.it against bogey on Saturday under ideal conditions of course and weathtr. It was tbe last of the club's monthly competitions, the winners of B-h;c)i subsequently niay off. over 30 holes stroke play, to decide who will Sold the handsome Coakes trophy. This fact prob ably accounted fcr an exceptionally large Bold. Tbe course was at its greatest length — so placed for the final of the club cham pionship — though the severity of the task eel the Held was somewhat lessened by the ex cellent condition of the playing area. Contrary to jjenerai expectations, the cards returned were ou the hich side only on*, score — H. W. Herbert in the B grade section — defeating the Colonel. W. P. K. Boyce and C. B. Freeman in the A grade division finished all square. Boyce played gre_at golf over the first half, halving five boles and winning the other four. He was wonderfully accurate on the greens, an...

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

MELBOURNE THEATRES * j 'Is Zat So?' is proving a good draw- j in£ card at the King's Theatre. A j clever cast hn« at its head Richar.l j Taber and Hale Xorcross. Lee White and Clay Smith to-morrow commence a short season at the Tivoli. Others on the bill are Dorthy Lena, Story and Lee, and Hilda Nelson. 'Xotiiing but Lies'' is playing to big business at the Athenaeum. It is a farcical comedy well played by a com pany led by Hairy Green. ''Tell Me More' is enjoying a suc re-sful season at His Majesty s. Among the performers are Maude Fane, George (id. Margery Hicklin and Gus Bluett. The Royal is well filled at each per formance of 'Katja', which is brightly played bj' Marie Burke, R. Barrett Lennard, Cecil Kelleway, Thelma Buruess, Babette Odeal. and others. 'Lady Be Good7' is enjoying a good run a t the Princess. This musical comedy is well dressed and mounted. 'Abie's Irish Rose', the comedy at the Palace, is proving popular. It is played by an all-American company.

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

SYDNEY SHOWS ; 'Rose Marie' to-morrow enters upon its nineteenth week at His Majesty's. It is a delight musical comedy, played by a cast including Harriet Bennett Frederick Bentley, and Reginald Dandy. The attraction at the Criterion is 'They Know What They Wanted'. which Maurice Moseovitch is producing. The players include Ellen Pollock, Nat! Madison, aftd George Zucco. Barrie's 'Mary Rose'' is drawing big crowds to the Royal. This comedy: is played by Mr. Dioii Boueicault's ] talented company. ' 'Mercenary Mary' continues on Its | 6uccessful way at the St. James'. Tlie , musical comedy has many line dancing numbers. Last night 'The Sentimental Bloke' commenced a season at the Grand Opera House. Bert Bailey is seen as 'Ginger Mick,*' and Fred' M'Donald in tlin title role. 'Meet the Wife' is playing to bia business at the Palace. This very clever noniedy is presented by E. j. Carroll's new American comedv com pany. Opening at the Tivoli to-morrow is the season of Nellie Wallace, who...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CREMORNE THEATRES "THE SNAPSHOTS" [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 3 October 1926

CREMORNE THEATRES 'THE SNAPSHOTS' For hearty laughter, dainty Larmoni- ! ons drossiup, dcliglitfnl dancing, and \ the ? very best vocal melody, the pro gramme of the Snapshots 'being pro- ] sented. at Crcuiornc, if not eurpassiug. ! certainly maintains that (standard of j quality, which places this entertainment to .the forefront in popular estimation. There are few dull moments during the performance. Both in individual effort i and collective presentation the artists j reveal a rare spontanietv sometimes I brilliant in its results, often re f refill - iiiErlv novel, but always plc.sing. At the head of the happy luind 'f ent-rtainers is that droll, matterof UiC- comedian. Joe Brvnnan, who in a i variety of characterisations givea^ of his best. Hjs exposure of the delusion \ of attempting to emulate the example j of Georgc Washington 'h cutting down | ;i prized cherry tri-c is' told amid sundry j splutterings and profu.se moralising^, i A brief respite and Joe is at his merry- ! mak...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 3 October 1926

(JNLY FOUR MORE WEEKS— AND. THEN— the Tivoli— the Theatre which for years has been ihe i , symbol of sterling entertainm ent, will close its doors for a complete re modelling, which will not only, con vert this house into the most comfortable and up-to-date theatre in the Southern Hemisphere, but will be a manifestation of the skill of Australian architects and artisans. — During these extensive ..Iterations the ' same high standard of entertainment to which you have been accustomed W*U he presented as '-'usual on the TIVOLI ROOF GARDEN, where a -wonderful air-chilling plant is now -being installed to maLe the Roof ??- ' . : . Garden Queensland's most A GREAT MELODRAMATIC ADVENTURE THAT TINGLES WITH - ^®^^^^^M^^SS THRILLS AND DELIGHTS. IN ROMANCE— A BIG SPECTACOTAfi fel^^^^^^^MBB NEVER BEFORE HAVE YOU SEEN ANYTHING SO POWERFUL ' - '^ ' ^^^^^^^^^^M DYNAMIC, OR DRAMATIC AS THE CLIMAX ENACTED IN THE TEETH ^v' y^^^^Sw^^M I second ^^mj* \ All Qfcif* rPaef *' I big week. -*% ^§4fSkmm if J...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 3 October 1926

v. MRS. CHEYNEY 4 v I? WITH US '. Jjii.j^boiw/^s, no \more-fascrpsUivif.' visitor. ; g;!^DO^iipre^brilluint personality; no woman g; tn6rt $ea-ttiful, nor Diorc-uiysttrious. Mrs * .ChejUEy's iutriculng story Is told at ^ilS MAJESTY'S THEATRE NIGHTLY AT 8. WEDNESDAY MATINEE At 2. The Adorable Touns Comedy Star, RENEE KELLY . TRIUMPHS AGAIN As Mrs. Chcjney, In Frederick k ''? Lbnsdale's Wonderful Plaj. 'TheiastofMrs.Cheyney' ? 'Because' ob Saturday . Night it dupli ' ??? - - - rated imtnedialely its j '?' SEXSATI0NA1 LONDON ANI- ... SYDNEY SUCCESS. : ' ? ? The Play Produced l-j- ? :- ? OION BOUOCAULT. NEXT SATCKDAY'K 'NOTABLE riBST NJHHT, RENEB KELLY, as ilx; Vivid. Live wire, ex-Chorus -5irl. heroine of 'BROWN SUGAR.' WED.N'ESDAtT OCTOBER IS. Last ?- Nights. Saturday Matinee, - rDADDV LONGLEGS.' .' .-1*lans. Pay Sales. Palings. Brisbane Municipal Concert Band WK32HAM PARK TONIGHT; AT 8.15 p.m. .. -.Supported fcy . Miss Evic Griee 'N(sopraio') , Messrs. Iran Marshall : ' (tenor), ..Do...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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HIS GOOD LUCK. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 3 October 1926

HIS GOOD LUCK. His — 'I played in great Iuek yes terday.' Mix — 'Hoir's that V Hix — 'Found a pooket book con taining a lot of valuable papers and €200 in cash. It belonged to old Groucherly and I returned it to him this morning.' Mix— 'Well. I suppose you got 'a liberal reward, eh?'' Hix — 'Xot a cent.' Mix — 'Then where did the luok come in??I Hix — 'Why he didn't charge me any interest on 'the money while it waa in my possession.' ^,

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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CHURCH UNION B GRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 3 October 1926

CHURCH U1NION B GEADE. Ki'iii)(-dy-U'rra'.-o iletuodi.st one for 10U (buuiins. T. M'Coun oo« for 112). Jireh Hal)tr-t, y:j (bowjing. N. Whiilock Eeven for 8, .1. SimmondH tlirec for 10) and 27 (P. Wright tlire-j for 7. K. Eadie three for 1). I.U.fi.T. 143 (Cameron 40. M'Donougn 29, Tong'js 22). iJowlins, A. Uichardson five for y:;. Glanry two for 81. I/oyal Park Lodge 18'J ((Jlon'.y 110 nut out, Hastings IV. DiiriKtan 15). Bowli-jg, M'Donough four for 61, Ton;e» (our for ~d. C GRADE. Mizjiah Mission 45 (bowling, Cantrell seven for 12) and ftlj (13rmnt MS for 12). TariD^H. 105 (bowling, llanbrick three for 3) and 35 (Hobwrl live for 20). ClayfieM Bai-tis a four for 125 (dec.) and two for 4'.) III. Locke 66, G. Barry 18 not out, bl'Uonald '£7 nol cut). Bowling, MefTKit three for 4G aud two for 32. Y.M.O.A. OU and 25 (K. Nystrain 32, R. Collins 13). Bowling. Kobbint tliree for-^3. Smith six for J. Cl:iyfleld wou by 50 runs. Nundah Methodifcts 72 and five for -1 (K. Auld 27 :.nd 13. J. ...

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IPSWICH CHURCH UNION GAMES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 3 October 1926

IPSWICH CHUECH UNION GAMES. IPSWICH, i Saturday. — Ea6t Ipswich Methodists v Congregationalf.— Played on East Ipswich Methodists' wicke;, and won bv Eost Ipswich by J2 runs «n the first innings. ' Scores: Methodists 107, CoDsre gationals 9-r-. Central Methodiits v St. Stephen's. — Played on Hie show grounds wicket, and won by Central Methodists by 21 runs on the first innings. Central Methodists 114, St. Stephen's 03. Silkstone Baptists A v the Silkstone Baptists' B team .—Played at Silkstone, and won by the A team by an innings and 35 runs. Blackstone Welsh A v Blackstone Welsh B team. — Played at Blackstone, and won by an innings and 7 runs. The mateh between Silkstone Miethodist and Silkstope Presbyterian was not played as their wicket was not ready.

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

Here are the newest good novels: — Bafael Sabatini . . . Bellarion jil Jeffery Farnol . High Adventure jlj Ian Hay . . . Half a Sovereign jll Margaret Fedler, Yesterday's Har- ||J vest. jll , P. C Wren . . Bean Sabreur ill M. Forrest . . . Gaming GodB. ]|| Each 6/5 post free. ||| Some good, useful books at low 'jjj prices (all prices are quoted post- ||| age free):— ||j Edmund Dane, Common Sense ||| Self Help, 3/». ill Edwin L. AsJr, M.D.. Nerves and III tbe Nervous, U/9. ]|| Edwin L. Ash, MJ).? I Am and I ill Will, 6/10. HI Edwin L. Asb, M.D.. Middle Age jll Health and Fitoese. C/10. ||| Tejcholpglst,-' Tlie Aliud. and ||| How to Manage It, 4/9. j|| Marreli Cfaristine M., Woman- JJJ hood and Health, 6/10. jll Cecil Webb-Johnson, Diet for Hi # Men, C/10. , Cecil Webb-Johnson, Diet for .Women,. 0/10. Cfecil Webb' Johnson, Womanhood and Beauty, 6/JO. A. McLEOD ?^sbanc's Best Bookstore,' X07 ELIZABETH.*-TJBEET, ,; PfelSBAWE.

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NORTH COAST WOOMBYE BEATS NAMBOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 3 October 1926

NORTH COAST i WOOMBYE BEATS NAMB0UR. i NAMBOUB. Saturday. — The North Coast Cricket Association fixtures were continued* this afternoon. The A grade match between N'ambour and Woombye resulted in a win for Woombve. The scores were: — yambmit tilit for 23*1 (played last Saturday) : Woombve five for 264 (L. Cameron 124 not out. H. Prlnjle 75).

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SYDNEY FIRST GRADE COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 3 October 1926

SYDNEY PJEST GRADE COMPETITION. SYDNEY. Saturday. — The . first grade cricket competition started to-day. Results: Paddington 139 (A. R. Eowe 72, Morris four nvickets for 42) v Glebe five for 94 13. Toskett 40). Gordon 310 (B. Watson 78) v Waverley none for 7. North Dis trict 146 ?(il'Naw.ee five wickets for 31) v K.VJX nuxuicu. -who Knocfcedtbe South Brisbane bowling about to tie tune of SG. Randivick two .for CO. Central Cumberland 335 (A. Hull S3, H. Craney 5C. Steele four wickets for 79) v Marrickville.

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"B" GRADE EASTERN SUBURBS v TOOMBUL NO. 1. (Played at Raymond Park). [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 3 October 1926

'B' GRADE EASTEEN SUBTJBBS v TOOMBUL ,N0. 1. (Played at Kaymond Park). EASTERN SUBURBS — First Innings. J. Thomson, b Parker ? 0 J. Johnson, b Robinson .. .. .. 12 K. Hickey, b RobitiEon . . . . ? . . 62 M. Forbes, c and b Westacolt . . 6 K. Rofe, b Parker ? 17 W. Surilh, not out ? '1 X. Seib, b Parker ? 11 l\ Murray, b Parker ? 2 V. Fergnson, b Parker .... .. C - ,T. Oavis, b Robinson ........ 5 M. VTatermiin, b Parker . . . . . . 3 3 Sundries ? 0 Total ? 164 Bowlin?: Parker, sis wickete for SO runs; Robinson, three for 40; Westacott, one for 33 ; Ke'.T, none for 4 ; J*lly, none tor 'S. ' TOOMBUL SO. 1— First Innings. K. Robinson, b Kofe ? 78 A. Jolly, c Seib, b Rofe ? 19 W. Blacklock, not out ? 34 Sundries .. , ? Id Total, for two wickets . . . . 149 Bovliug: Rofe, two viekete for 70 runs; TTiomroe, none for *»X; Ferguson, none for 15; Forbes, none for S; Waterman, none for 2; Seib, none for 26. VAX1EY v SANDGATE. (Played at Toovrong). VALLEY. — First Innings. F. Short, b Fleming ...

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"C" GRADE [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 3 October 1926

, **C* GRADE EASTERN SUBURBS v SANDGATE. riayed at Deacon. SAXDGATE.— First Innings. H. Slaughter, c Hurnnrtb, b Colborne . S S. Clarke, c Hurworth. b Thomson .. G I.. Kempster, c Xellson. b Colborue . . 1 ('. Fruiter, c Hurworth, b Thomson . 4 S. Johnston, b Thomson ? -- C. Slaucrliler. b Green ? IS .\. Armstrong, l.b.w., b Green .... 2 H, Weltetucycr, b Green ? 10 \V. RiciiardEOD, b Colborue ? 11 II. Burtwliistle, no» out ? S R. Ga^kcll. c Ferguson, b Co'.bome in Suixiries ? oO Total ? 114 Bowline. — Colborne. four wiekets for 22 runs : rhomson three, for 7 ; Green, three lor ^fl ; Ferguson, none for 9; Shearer, none for 10: Furher, none for S. EASTERN SUBURBS. — First IJiniugs. 1-. Colborne. b Burtwliistle ? 40 J. Burse, not out ? i'3 C. Xeilson. not out ? 1 Sundries ? 23 Total for one wicket .. #. 150 TOOMBUL v VALLEY. Played at Windsor Park. TOOMBUL. — First Innings. J. Diamond, o Short, b Chilllutrwortn 7 S. Horiiibrook. b Baynes ? 2 I*. M'Jntyre, c Baynes, b Mossop .. 27 A. P...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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JUNIOR DIVISION SENIOR GRADE. EAST BRISBANE v WYNNUM. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 3 October 1926

JUNIOR DIVISION SENIOR GRADE. KAST BRISBAXK v WYNNUM. fcasi Brisbane us (Gunn 35 not out; Sparkes 331. Bowling: Gilbert, five fur 31; Campbell, three for 24 : llanffy. one for ?». Wynnum, nnc f-;r 101 (E. Crouch 60 not out, Oanify 20 not out). Bowling: H. Kluver, one for 23. FAIRFIELIt A r RAILWAY INSTITUTE. F.-iirfle.d, 72 (Watsou 20. Grpen 10). BowIjuk: niamberlaiu, sev«u for 31 : Edwards, two for 10; Ktllj. one for 10. Railway Institute. 129 (Steele 15. White 21, Edward 28. Chamber lain 20). Bowi;ng: Bsavis, three for 31; Fletcher, two for 3S; Kobinsoa, four for 35. NORMAN PARK v BRISTOL. Norman Park, 'Mi (Tooth 20. Grealy 15. Pwit zcr 1i) Bowlins: Maegs, three for IS; Ander son, two for 17. Bristol, one for 10-? (Nolan 41 not out. Leiper 40 not out). Bowling: Woodward, one for 34. CAMPBELL ANP SONS v THOMPSON ESTATE B. Thompson Estate. 151 {Stewart -13 not out. Sturgess 2«. Lancaster 2G, Gill 24). Bowlins: Davenport, four for 52: Hamilton, two for 30. Camnbeils. two for 1G5 (Dow...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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WAREHOUSE DIVISION A GRADE M'WHIRTERS' v CAMPBELLS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 3 October 1926

WAREHOUSE DIVISION IA GRADE M'WniRTERS' v CAMPBELLS. M'Whirlers' 183 (Wright 81. Mellow 22. Cal lagliaa 21) Bowling: Reese, three for 21; Noouan. four f...r 34 : Cheyne, two for 34. Campbells mue for 142 (Jones 03 not out. Edmonds 4R). Bowling: Downey, sis for 36, Cailaghpu, tliree for 4!J. TITLES OFFICE v MAIN ROADS. Titles 113 (Ccd^c 20, Taylor H7. H-;i:liinuH-;r 21. Lindsay 10). itowlhiK: Peterson, three for Irt. Knu1t. Jhrei- for 3'i ; Howard, two for S-S. Slain Hoads eight for 1C7 (Mcnzics 4S. I'clorsrn 5', Fryer 24, Kimtt 38 no! out. How ard ]1 not mitt. Bowling: Tr.ylor. four for 'I: L^wfon, two fnr 13; White, oue for 19, Oc-iischel, one for 30. MACnONALl). HAMILTON v OVERELLS. Ovcrclls S4 (Grace 28 not out Drummoiid 24). Bowling: Lovton, four for '23. Waldron, two for 15. JIacdonald; Hamilton 199 (Loston 83. Tweedy »i4). Bowling: Braz'!, four for 41 ; Grace, three for 40. IB GRADE. STATE ENTERPRISE v FINNEY'S. State Enterprise 31 Bowling: L Cullum eight for 7; T. Cullum, two...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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AUSTRALIAN RULES MELBOURNE'S WIN PLAYER'S JAW BROKEN [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 3 October 1926

AUSTRALIAN RULES MELBOURNE'S WIN PLAYER'S JAW BROKEN MELBOURNE, Saturday. — Melbourne met Essendon on the Melbourne cricket ground this afternoon. Melbourne played a man short, Simpson not being able to appear owing to a ricked thigh muscle. Fully 53,000 watched the game, which was favoured with bright sunshine. It was not an impressive game. Melbourne were slow at the start, and were five points behind at quarter time. The kicking was in accurate on both sides. By half time Melbourne got a lead of three points and kept ahead till the final bell, when tho scores wore: Melbourne 6 goals 6 bebinds. Essendon 5 goals. 9 bebinds. As a result of to-day's Victory, Melbourne will meet CoUlns wood In the grand final nest Saturday. To-day's game was marred by a regrettable incident. Just before half time, Corl.-ett. the ftfAllin****** . /inlitrn trim ll rt A hnAH nlarinT fl capital game, seemed to come in contact with the flst of an Essendon player. Corbett foil, and when he left the ground a...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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PERTH SEMI-FINAL NEW GOAL KICKING RECORD. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 3 October 1926

PKRTH SEMI-FINAL NEW GOAL KICKING RECORD. PERTH. Saturday. — in the second semi-final of the Australian Rules premiership. East Prrth 11.17, heat East Fremantle, 5.8. East Perth have now to meet Subiaco in the final. 'Bonnie'' Campbell, East Perth's cliamjiSoE goal kicker, scored three goals to-day, mak ing his se.isou'j total S5, which surpasses the previous Australian record of 82, estab lished in Victoria by Jack Moriarty in 1024. Edward Pugh, of Park-street, Kelvin Grove, was riding a horse at the Toom bul show oil Saturday when the tiaimal felL Pugh sustained a fractured jaw. The ambuiarce took him to the General , Hospital.

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VALLEY THEATRE "SOUL MATES" [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 3 October 1926

VALLEY THEATRE 'SOUL MATES' Elinor Glyn is one of the best known writers of to-day of passionate, romance. Her latest, 'The Reason Why,' has been adapted to the screen as 'Soul Mates,' a^ Metro Goldwyn production, which the Valley management has selected for to morrow. Tuesday, and Wednesday as the principal attraetioin. Appearing in the cast :ire the irresistible lovers, Ailecn Pringie and Edmund Lowe. 'MISS BREWSTER'S MILLIONS.' Also showing at tho Valley Theatre to morrow will be 'Miss Bjewster's Mil *J«UO, U Llll JL*l3Vt i-'iimt Jft, it JT ill iiUlVUUt Masterpiece, in which the star is seen as a girl who had to spend a. million in ;i year in order to inherit au even greater fortum\ Henri French, the celebrated enter tainer, will be offered for a. brief season nt the Valley Theatre, commencing to morrow. His programme is entirely new, and combines trick cycling, balancing, comedy novelties, and eccentricities.

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

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