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THE TIVOLI "SEA HORSES" SYD. BECK REMAINS [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 3 October 1926

THE TIVOLI 'SEA HORSES' ? SYD* BECK REMAINS Paramount's fine play, -Sea Horses.'' ] is based on Brett Young's wideiy-read story of the same name. Tivoli pat rons will have the; opportunity of wit nessing tbe presentation of 'Sea Horses' to-morrow, Tuesday, and Wednesday. The cast includes such popular players as Jack Holt. Florence Vidor, George Bancroft, and William Powell. The pre sence of a beautiful woman on a freighter bound for East Africa, arouses .jealousies and passions that find vent in thrilling action. A terrific fight be tween first and second mates is but one. o£ the several exciting situations that develop afloat and asliore. 'BUSTIN' THROUGH.' The romance of a dare-devil cowboy, who won with the world apparently against him is the basis of the story of 'Bust in' Through,' featuring an al'i htar t-ast, and representing the second 1 attraction at the Tivoli to-morrow, Tues-( dny. and Wednesday. The storv is' spectacular, mainly on account of' the reckless riding ol the...

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

THE TROCADERO BENEFITS AND COMPETI TION With the advent of summer electric punkahs have been installed at the Trocadero Dansaut, so that the comfort of dancing devotees is assured ou the hottest nights. It is favoured by many clubs for benefit nights, and next Wed nesday the Queensland 16ft Skiffs As sociation, Brisbane Ladies' Bowing Club, West End Pastime Club, and Ladies' Basket Ball Association have each ar ranged to have one. Club secretaries are advised to make their arrangements early in view of the difficulty of securing dates. In every State competitions are now being held for tho Australian dancing championship, to be decided in Sydney in November. Iu the Queensland section now being danced at the Trocadero, and which will carry the State championship, there is much interest, as the finals are approaching. The finalists will have first class rail return fare to Sydney, with liotpl accommodation provided for the week during which the finals are being decided. In the second ...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
DEBUT OF A STAR A PARISIAN SKETCH [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 3 October 1926

DEBUT OF A STAR ? .©. — _- A PARISIAN SKETCH Berlioz, who was a journalist as well j as a composer, once wrote an amusing description of a singer making her de but in Paris at the Opera. After much anguish of soul, she decides on the j opera. Although she knows her role, she | has not yet. rehearsed it with the scenery, the orchestra, etc., so that it. is neces sary to call a general . rehearsal. Here her . troubles really do begin.. One day the orchestra cannot come: another day the chorus cannot come; next day the theatre is engaged for the ballet ; the day after that the tenor goes Imntjnjr. Two days afterwards ne re turns, very tired. Then the baritone has to attend a court case. Just as that is terminatine and he appears ready to rehearse, his wife has a baby, and be cannot leave her. Then a rehearsal ?with Hie .soprano is arranged in the foyer of the theatre, but the accompanist does 5 not appear. Next time the accompanist . comes, but the soprano does not, being jealous of th...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
HAIL AND FAREWELL DAME MELBA'S DEBUT [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 3 October 1926

HAIL AND FAREWELL j DAME MELBA'S DEBUT (AUSTRALIAN CABLE SERVICE.) LONDON, Saturday— Da me Nellie j Melba makes her final appearance in Europe on November 30 at the Brus sels Opera House, where she made her debut iu 18S7. She leaves for Australia on Decem ber 2-t, and told an interviewer that she was joyously anticipating her re turn home.

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 DAILY MAIL.'* MEW SOUTH WALES BRANCH OFFICE.. CXVNK HOUSE. 72 PITT -STREET. SYDNEY (Opposite Sydney Stock Exchange). - Open dally from 9 a.m. to 0 p.m.. and 12 -. Men Saturdays. | . Queensland visitors to Sydney should note ! tb»t cooleR of 'THE DAILY MAIL' AND 'THE SUNDAY MAIL' and 'The Sunday Mall' Motor Road Guide may be procured at this address, while flies of Brisbane newspapers may be seen. Facilities for letter writing are also pro- j Tided. | ACACU. FLORISTS (H. A. Petersen, man ?*» Acer). O.K. Buildings. Queen-street, for Wreaths, Crosses. Wedding Bouquets, Cut Flowers, etc. Tuone Central 7792; after hours. 1I3S97. O; -fc'BtptLANI). L.D.Q., Surgeon Demist. . ?-. 'Hibernian „ BuIIdincs. Adelaide-street 'Pbqie-Central 8633. . ? . Special Advertisements The APPEARANCE of YOUR CAR will Attract Attention anywhere ky *in» AREGEEBEE (Registered) Polishing Cloth FOR MOTOR 80DIE8 AND ALL POLISHED SURFACES. ? Will Not Harm the Matt Delicate Material. i Avoids the necessity of co...

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

BAND RECITALS ! This afternoon, commencing at 3.1-3 o'clock, the Brisbane Metropolitan Band j will play at the Botanic Gardens. ; At Newstead Park, commencing at 3.15. the Brisbaue Federal B3nd will be heard. The South Brisbane City Band will play a programme at Mufigrave Park, commencing at 3.S0. The Windsor Muuicipal Band will p*r- 1 form at the Windsor Memorial Park, 1 An interesting programme will be | played by the Brisbane Municipal Con- j cert Band at Wickham Park this even- I ing, commencing at 8.15 o'clock. Miss Evelyn Grice and Mr. Ivan Marshall, | wil' ring. i *he Brisbaue Federal Band will play a* the Botanic Gardens, commencing also mi- 8.15 o'clock.

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
WRESTLING YOKEL'S SURPRISE TRIP [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 3 October 1926

[?] * YOKEL'S SURPRISE TRIP - LjuaaSOCHNEi Saturday. — Martin l3i$t£&;il3st) bad hit last mate!) ju Aa«t«iiia at tbc i5t«aiuni to-night, ^hen $*£&&*$!* *«*-|fi« - f all to Mike Yokel Ut3T^- ??.!Th^ rfafi came o¥e minute eft«^tlre last, round started. * . ? Vi»«d(« ;i-pened vigorously, and for a natimt: *eei»e«i-; likely to worry Uje A«nSaca,n; thfiji while the v were fiddling I«i^.i^-ili; other's head. Yokel tripped litiaejtke b&auttfun^i Sweeping his legs frdig^iuijder ^ini and sending him fiat AflfiSBiealfiers and back of head. Lu detlt^ was shaken hv tho fall anA u.»a a«T^^ 'iaaTk for Yplf el, who was quick | td^fftrtfte o^ him andl ' jJln him. i '?raj *a4f tne \w-fctest Ltideske co«ld i claiiw -tbd^ bdnoiirs for' Iiis greater V»f^»rdf1.wcrk j|j. attack, vliile his use ©f-3|m^jttr cheeking : Avas second' 6n'.y to v.: tlJ»|t^i Tbye. ;Ludccke was aUo spec t-; t»ety^-i:faj mdiiy of, his cvasivo moves, kijJdfe^M :, gteijt^r tribute to them n-.is jpjM^^...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
TENNIS QUEENSLAND FAILS HARDCOURT MATCHES SOUTHERNERS' GOOD FORM [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 3 October 1926

TENNIS ' | QUEENSLAND FAILS f , I : ! HAREKPURT MATCHES j I SOUTHERNERS' GOOD FORM SYDNEY. Ssturdiv, -In wonderful ?suinmtr weatlier.. the secpnd interstate tna'tcii. betweea ihe BrisfJaue Suburban L:i«n Ttiiitvi Assccia tion. and the New South \V-ii?i Hardrturt Association, comnivuced on the Wcstcr-i i'y.l urhs courts, Cfbjdon, to-dsy. Ncv Bj:;i1i Wales led at the close of play by sen-it tiiOt bers to four In Hie. men's cbamnljn-.li:i-, ;iud sir rubbers to all ni the ladies'. The men's match is being well contested, aii-1 ihv t«ir.c-s the Queensland players had to-day .will laale them, play even better on'^Innttay. llje -:ourts ; were, very fast, with a loose surface, and as ? We EtitciueES Dans were used, :#io iitit.ii-s ; »*erc at a great disadvantage. j y WILSON SCATS MUNMS. - ' One cf tu- t-e,st niatches of Hie afternoon ; -vas tile ,n!Setlng ?cf the So. 1 payers in '. each team, .in which WHson was victorious ': In tlirec sets. The match opened lrlth Muuns ? right.. at his top...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
BOXING GRIME AGAIN TOO CLEVER FOR MURTON SPLENDID BOUT [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 3 October 1926

MiWiXISG: '^i^'i^M^EX. FOR ^STBJJEY^ Saturday. — 'Billy' Crime, ibe' Australian feather and lig&weight . champion, knocked out T*ddy Mnrtpn, of England, in the - fof rfceentb round of a splendidlycon tested bout. Marten ecalefl; 9.2, ancl Grim* 9.0|. .-The Engiisfcfo&j opened well, aud i*4s aho&ether too quick for the Aus tralian ; cliampion. ' . Unlike, tbc , last bout, Marlon' made the' figMirig,'1 scor ing *eitl» enappy lefts. The English man's anticipation was splendid. Grime, ^ In the fifth; did better, and carrying tne :fight.rtD his opponent, registered a ( oafd :. body ,ripv There was '. a . WeU-cbntestea rally *arfy in the.siilh, in which Grime had the.fcetterpf Matters. Coming out of V*?N&/ MurtonJanfrea a snappy left to- tbe fae-\ but ;-5riine retaliated with a JhiatrdJ-XiaQt-.to-tbe side, of the JShg «^^aa%:;hie3^-Grinie gave a1' clever $inp$f.~t6t'ihe remainder of the Mnnd, an'd Tfoh-.tbe points. Grime vras . manoeuvring for a knockout vr...

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

[?] [?] ^^«k&etweU3^ ??^Bffik ?Sfifer^.-:,T;- ? » f tone advantSte- - He ^e the logger in^e4i^-a. i^^Ae^yenest tlie more i^&plishe^ ^^eariy-«tbe third l^f^ht ^j^uuC^'T'vpSjc /^fis^reaiaittder at *h%(ftteTEe«rt, n- *^*4o iely almost 'wholly ti^*8 iSeli'rered as a hook. . :^teny' spectators were of opinion that V1& tti* hand Acworth piJ^j^un suf fi^rtit pointe to win easU^i,7 tn^ ;pps- *n1*S^6itbr Scored, trjai ..»tp. .-. :ifei body Jal^l :J&6wQen-.4id some, good . snork there. A*^e-.istSge-:«£ tiie 12th rdun'd Rjwden's Mfe' pm--aing hadi#oWed ???; ^icworth 4ow^j&d he *as able t6* connect rights i^s^Vcliiii. fie had AcwOrtJi all in -wfenV4he'1-*ll rescued him. .- .- ; ^v'&fe ;\16tii» /aad again }in; ihe 19th, Aifworiji #tts in further troiilde-^nncneB jfe^tni-«u|i.Bet. his legs awolibie, and t^l^ll ;int-) that old habit df 'backing *M^- % ;--J*rJRi6ndiiBalar «tance ';with a ' guw« 6P6r ;only one side of^his chin. ii^e'^^iftB iia 'ta1t€n ...

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

School Athletics MARTIN HAMBLETON will be pleased to receive the Current Magazine issued by the ' Colleges and Schools, and Date and Particulars of SCHOOL ATHLETIC MEETINGS.

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

TOOWOOMBA TOOWOOMBA. Saturday. — The finals of the D.D.Li.T.A. handicap tournament were played on the Range courts 'to-day and re* culkd ns follow-g: — . . ??„.„. 1 .VI Grade. Men's.- — Drews v Milligan, j \l~ u'railc* Doubles. — Drews— -.Darker t i Lang — CUapuianV 4-6, 6-1, C-o. AS (.Jraile Singies.— Provau ^ Sanney, 6-3, -.4-6, C-2. ? A Doubles.-— Proven — Pimly v Rcithuiul ier— Fe:t. 5-6. 6-2. 6-3. B Grade Singles. — Kogan v Watson, 5-6. ! % Grade Doahles. — liogan — Dwyer v Sl'Kcnna — Kobinson, 2-C, C-5. 5-6. , Ladiefi' Singes.— Miss Schultz. v Miss. | ^ou-Und 6-3. «5-2. _ . ) Ladies* Doubles.-^Misfcs Smith — M'Plne ! tf Urn. L»wtcn — MisB Xdlaod. 4-6. 5-3. . j Mixed Doubles. — Miss Crowther — Crow, , ther' v Miss Schnltz — Bowden, 3-6, li-O, 6-2. The Amer:c37i tennis tournament in con-, junction v.Kh Hie Ca:lio!ie Club fcfe was | played oa tho Catholk- Cub courtt this j afternooB. There were 40 entries. Mies Oelker* — Mr. Moffatt were the wiouere. 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

I IF ?0U WANT TO JOIN THE BOY SCOUTS. ? .?-' MARTIN HAMBLETON »...' * ;- Will give you the ' * KAHE AND ADDRESS OF 1 ,fTHE NEAREST LOCAL I* , ^ ASSOCIATION.

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

EAVESDROPPING ON THE j BRAIN I ! L)r. E. D. Adrian, of CauiUridgo Uni versity, iu a paper read before the Pliy siological Society in England suggested the possibility of eavesdropping on the human brain by means of radio instru ments, in which vacuum tube amplifiers play an important part. Dr. Adrian said that he believed that within the next few years it should be possible to. read the main types of brabi messages passing down from the brain via the nerves to the muscles, i he passing of the messages down the nerves seems to cause an electrical disturbance, audj Dr. Adrian's apparatus records on a | rapidly moving photographic plate tljej impulses alony a single fibre. He ''le-j codes'' the nerve impulse by segrcgatiag. a single fibre of the system. i It was pointed out that the sense organs in the skin which register temperature, touch and pain are too close together for easy segregation but the fibres 'B the muscles ;:rc farther apart and can l-e' used as a link between the brain...

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

BRigANE GAJMES subskban :,FmxL -'TBe TSnal ' «r : ttc' fourflt grade prcmicrsWp ' between Sunshine and Laurel, took place on I Parkview court, Dutton Park, on Saturday I afternoon. The result was a comfortable win i -for Sunshine by 13 games. Ihe aatch, which .was productive of very 'jgood tennis, was well contested up to the end in the isi'xtli set. In the seventh eet, bow-j . ever, Bussell— ^Bansom, tho Sunshine pair, i placed their side firmly on the road to vio-j tory by defeating 3. Taylor — Moore, 6 -ft. Bus-j sell finished with the excellent figures, 18-5. . The second, third, and. fourth grade premier, i ships irave .now been decided, but the setni-J flnai and final still remain to be played in i first grade. These mitches are being held 3 up awing to the abseftce of several of the! Arcadian players witU the association's tsauii In Sydney. UesuUs: — j Sunshine v Laurels (4tb grade final). — ; Playtd on Parkview court, and won by Sun- i shine by 44 games to 31. Scores: Bansom...

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

IN THE PUBLIC EYE Lady Helen Graham Daughter of the Duke of Montrose. wjo will be the Duchess of York's Ladyin Waitfng durins tiio Australian tour. General Garcia Rosada Portugal's new Ambassador in London. Mr. Charles Pyle Who persuaded Suzanne Leuglen *nd otlier lawn teuais champions to aban don amateur rsulvs and sisn contracts for exhibition matches In America. , Mr. Roy. C. Andrews The distinguished archaeologist, whose proposed expedition to the Gobi Desert has been held up by the war in China. Mr. W. A. Valentine Controller of London's telephone service. Tbe number installed exceeds half a million.

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

m Mother's Pride Nothing but the BEST Is good enough tor Baby. The acknowledged BEST Soap for Nursery use is CASTILE No. 4 — made from purest Italian OUre OIL Eceps the skin soft and clean, and makes the hair like silk. Three dainty samples sent post free on receipt of 3d Etamps, from the sole agents, B. CaUose and Soua, Ltd., Sydney. Castile No. 4 Is Mid by all good chemists and stores. For Piles A Sydney resident write*:— 'My opinion of lodex U very f«roui» ' able. I suffer from itching Piles, and tie sample tin gave me a good -Jeal of relief. I have suffered from tHem {of twelve or fourteen years, and tried every known remedy, sometimes with a little relief, mostly otherwise; and I _ may say that lodex gave me more relief than I ever got out of any other remedy, and I still hope it may eventually cure me. Even the relief I have had from it makes me think highly of it. I have already recommended it to several of my friends.' jQPEX lodex is something new, something better — for Pil...

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

IPSWICH Tournament fixtures were continued ou Saturday with the followiug results: — , MIXED RPUBLES HAJJJ-ICAP (Final).— i. Genoan — JJlsP ^Turobrldge v C. and Mrs. Slngle &&, «i-0 ; 'v *«&ciin— Miss Meyers, 6-3 ; v Harris '—Mrs. atocUwell. 6-4; v Mallett— Mrs. Ma^s '(lejd.,. Orir^lS-lS. I C. aud Mrs.' Singleton v Genuan— Miss Turn. | bridge, 0-&: v. Harris— -Mrs. Stockwell, 5-0: v Slacuin— Miss ' Meyers, C-3; v Mallett— Mrs. Jlanstxeld. 0-6— U-2L C. Mallett— Mrs Mansfield v Uarrls— Mrs. Stockwell, D-6; v Cennan— Miss Futnbridgc S-O-y M«-4iin-3-Mjss Meyers, (i-S; f C Single- j wE—Mrs. Susgietdu, 6-0— 23-9. ' -' j F. Macuin— Miss Meyers- v Gennau— Miss | Tmnbrldge, 3-6 ; v Singleton— Mrs. filagieton, j 3.6; V MaUett— Mfefe' .Mansfield, 3-6; v Harris j —Mrs. Stoctwell, fi-5— 15-23. Harris— 3Hrs. Stockwell v Gennan — Miss Turn bridge 4-6; v C. and Mrs. Singleton, 0-5: v Mallett — Mrs. Mansfield, 6-3 ; r Macula— Miss j '?'' Event won byC. Mallet— Mrs. Ma...

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

PUZZLES RIDDLE-ME-BEE My first is in sailor, but not In man ; My second in dogcart but not in ran ; My third is in business but not in play; My fourtb is in roadstead but not in bay; My fifth is in seizing but not in grab; My sixth is in oyster but not in crab; My seventh is in rowing but not in sail; My eighth Is in stormy but not in gale; My whole, though its plural, is singular, too, Think hard, and the answer will soon come to you. ?^ *j a. i ? ? u i j.w It xiuo. Shall I put this scrap in Kate's ablum? My couBin Ada is you sister-in-law. My brother is gone to Japan, Syria, and India. 1 read lo that poor negro several times this week. Conundrum. — What bird is the most playful ? Conundrum. — V.liy is 9. poor lriend better than a rich one? Martin Hamblelon will acknowledge all answers if received on Saturday, October 9. ANSWERS TO PUZZLES OF SEPTEMBER 19. What is my Same. — Palm. Hidden Birds.— Dove, Ibis, Emu, Swan. Conundrum. — Xolliing. Conundrum. — On th« head. Correct answers...

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

LITERARY COMPETITIONS Weekly Awards Senior. — Ailsa R. D»wson, Two-Mile, Gyrople. Subject: The Natural Beauties of G.vmpU. Junior. — Frances Balncy, Code-road, West Chermslde. Subject: Sports.

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