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VISIT TO ROMA. BRISBANE TEAM'S WIN. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 3 October 1926
VISIT TO ROMA BRISBANE1 TEAM'S WIN. ROMA Saturday.— A goll team arrived at Roma from Brisbane thl? morning, with the intention of playing a series of matches. The visitors met the Boma B team this afternoon, when 'they registered the flist Trin of tlic visit. The scores were as follow :— j Dr. G. Thomson 1, v Dickenson 0. j K. Annlng 1. v A. C. H. Gibbs 0. S. Francis 0, v 3. V. Cornell 1. 3. A. Walsh 1, v T. Dimmock 0. P. J. Symes 1. V S. Coomber 0. A. 3. Cupples 1. v J. M. Pack 0. A. D Pearee 0, v A. Mlscamble 1. E. Tooth 0, v H. S. Mackenzie 1. A. H. Tait 0, v B. Bryant -I. The visitors were entertained at dinner Ihl? evening.
ROYAL SYDNEY CUP PLAY IN THE FIRST ROUND. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 3 October 1926
ROYAL SYDNEY CUP PLAY IN THE FIRST ROUND. SYDNEY, Saturday.— Well-known golfers took part in the Royal Sydney Cup competition, the orst round of which was played at Bose Bay to-day. Following were the scores: — B C. 3. Beddlngton (plus 1), 75; W. Corry (plus- 4), 77; H. Sinclair (plus 4), IT; H. S. Wright (5), 77; C. Clark (plus 4), 18; T. K. Stephen (S) 79; C. Gray (plus 2L 80; T. Howard (plus 4) 80; E E. Morrison (plus 3), 71; 3. H. Cohen (plus 2), 81; C. E. Barnes (ect.). 81; F. Popplewell (plus 4), 81; C Robinson (ser.), 81; F. E. Headlan (plus 2), 81; E. L. Apperiv (plus S), 81; A. Campbell Jones (6), 82; H. M. Stephen (1), 82; J. H. T. M-Murcie (2), 82; F. Eyre (plus 4), 84; Victor James (plus 4), 84: G Campbell (plus 4), 84; D. G. Soutar (plus 4), 84; V. G. Murdoch (plus 3), 84; W J. Clark (plus 4), 84; D. Denholm (scr.). S4: E.. M. Bowman (6). 85; C. W. Bundle (scr.) 85 ; A. E. Andrews (plus 1), - 89; H. J. Humphreys (4), 90; C. M. Gold- I finch (1), 92^ ?
VICTORIAN FOURSOMES TWO FINE COMBINATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 3 October 1926
VICTORIAN FOURSOMES i TWO FINE COMBINATIONS. MELBOUKXE, Saturday ? The I«26 Vic torian women's golf championship meeting was concluded on the Boyal Melbourne ' links to-day, when, in boisterous weather, more than 120 couples competed in the mixed foursomes. The skill in tbe game of ' two of the couples — Ales. Russell and Mrs. : Russell and Ivo Whitton and Miss O. Lascelles — was apparent from the fact that in each cafe the handicap was one. No other golfing married couple in Australia can - boast of having such a combined ban- , dicap as the Russells. These two fice com binations played well. Eeach had a net 79. : The llussellE took three putts on the last - green and Whitton hit the pin with his approach shot, and Miss Lascelles ssni a : putt for three. Under difficult conditions j their round represented a great mixed four. [ somes. The cards were: Mr. and Mrs. Russell: 3, 5, 4, 5, 4, 6, 5, 4, 3 — 39; -4, 5, 5, -i, 3, 4, 5, 6, 5 ? 11 — 80 (1) 79. Miss C. Lascelles and Ivo Whitton...
PERSONAL and Anecdotal [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 3 October 1926
I personal! and 'Anecdotal [I || The visit of the Empire Parliamen tary Association to North Queensland i has brought tbe sugar industry well under notice. Among the pioneers the name of Mr. Charles Edward Jodrell i is favourably known. In 1893 he set--; tied at 'The Palms' Sugar Cane Es- j tate at Innisfail. Mr. Jodrell came of J a well-known family who resided at j Norfolk, England. He was educated ? at Bishop Stortf ord Grammar School, \ and at the Great Yarmouth Grammar j School. Arriving in Victoria in 1879. ! and Queensland in 18S2, Mr. Jodreli followed station life for some years, and was one of those who went north to the Palmer goldfield. He. purchased ] property from the Colouial Sugar Re- : fining Company's Goondi plantation, and sis years later, in conjunction with I Mr. William Stevenson, took over the Turalba Sugar Estate. Mr. Jodrell played a prominent part in the develop- i ment of the district as chairman and i councillor for 12 years of the John stone Shire Council...
NEW BUILDINGS SEPTEMBER FIGURES [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 3 October 1926
NEW BUILDINGS ? +- ? SEPTEMBER FIGURES During the month of September the Brisbane City Council approved the erection of new buildings within the Greater Brisbane area of a total value of £363,483. The largest structures for which plans were passed include new premises for the Bank of New South Wales, at the corner of Queen and George streets, which are estimated to cost £110,000, and brick shops in George aud Roma street, valued at £10,440- New dwellings approved for erection number 288.
IDLE ARGUMENT [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 3 October 1926
IDLE ARGUMENT How the works of Mother Goose suffer from men's blind abuse! Did the cow jump o'er the moon? Did the cat abduct the spoon? Men of. learn ing say it's tosh; such wild statements will not waeli. Cows are earthly, sordid things, and they're never seen with wiugs; they can't emulate in flight Col. Byrd or Wilbnr Wright; even if they learned to fly they would never travel high; they would never fly away from the bran mash and the hay. Nature 's laws must be reversed ere a cow or steer can burst from the flights In air. But there is another crowd with an iron faith endowed; and they roast the four-eyed men who from study and from den send out ~ statements whicK traduce all the tales of Mother Goose, 'if she says a milk cow flew all the wastes of ether through, it's not ours to carp or kick, asking how it pulled the trick. Its not ours to reason why, asKing bow a cow could fly; we arc told the old cow flew, and for us that fact will do.' So they argue and- de bate, learned pr...
THE HOME BEAUTIFUL NAMING THE HOUSE LABELS TO BE AVOIDED [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 3 October 1926
[?] NAMING THE HOUSE LABELS TO BE AVOIDED A writer in 'Homes .and Gardens'* chats pleasannly in defence of a ciaim that there is something in a name — as applied to a aouse. He says, among other thir^rs: — What can possess people to give the title of 'The Firs' to a nondescript house abutting: on the street, with no vestige of a fir tree — not even a derelict one — to be seen. Su«h incongruity leads to the ridiculous — a thing to avoid at all costs. Labelling houses with tree names is more a thing or vesteraay tnan of to-day. If you must thoosa a tree name, dron the prefix and use ''Beeches' or 'Chestnuts,' even ''Yews' is better than 'The Y.ws.' Structural names are often good. 'Stonegates.' 'Great Eaves,' 'White Walls,' 'The Bungalow,' have the merit that they are rightly descriptive. I wouM avoid 'The Cot' or 'The Inglenook.' but 'Lattices' would attract ine, and I regard ''The Pantiles' with favour. The use of foreign terms as house names needs much circumspection. 'Mons Kcpcs' ...
From Our Window White Labour Criticised. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 3 October 1926
j From Our Wind Wj White Labour Criticised. rVA There is «a ^.bo on the AftertMi Plateau who works his one-man -jfyfr. with, usually, a good deai -of.'euc^^ (writes 'Godfrey'). This y««-/ $0^IE ever, swarms of white cnckatoos,«^5 tacked his maize patch and pra&^&jg cleaned it out. . - '.-'-vX ?£ A neighbouring land owner, riainjC by, found Jacky sitting on the fenci^ gazing at tbe destruction. ? .. . '.Vfei ' ' Hard luck. Jacty, 'he said; : * f a »P much eor. left there.'*.. , i^L. 'Xo, boss,' said Jadty,: ':?'? ?'**&£ «* thinkit 'white labour no flurry' good} 'M I ' ? ; '' ~ ? -??- 'y-^m Most Lucid. * Bush directions are seldom satisfae# tory to the inquirer. The back-blocke^J. are rarely in agreeaeat as to *b*gj constitutes a mile, and since- the eonj* ing of the motor their aotioai f oi.^isP tance are more hazy. . . c .Struck the limit the other day wten* adventuring Back o' Beyond. He kssJ a gnarled old xshatt, with a cuxtouig[ accent— East Anglican, perh...
BILLIARDS OPEN PROFESSIONAL TOURNEY [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 3 October 1926
BILLIARDS OPEN PROFESSIONAL TOURNEY The second session of the first semi-final of the open professional tourney was deciued on Saturday evening at Scales's billiard parlour, j Edward-street, when C. Mansfield beat J. Lynch/! 1200 to 650. The play favoured the leader, Mansfeld. a neat 59 taking him to 719. With 52. &S, and 34. Mansfield went to 855, while the best Lynch could get were 2S and ii, making his total 3S8 Then, with 25. 20, 19, Mansfleld ran to 967. Lynch now got a 69, 55, and 28, carrying his score to 575. Hansfleld, with j 40 and 110 reached 114 -o synch's ri78. Lynch 42 making his score S20. Mansfl-Id ran rut I with 48 unfinished, winning by 550 points. I Mansfleld averaged for the session 13.2, and \ for the whole jrame of 1200. 13.7. MansfleSiJs breaks were 110, 59, 52, 49. 40, 36, ii. 2\ SO and 48 unfinished. Lynch's best were 69, 55, 42. 28, 28, and 2*. The second semi-final between X. Viertel and JJ. Clyde will take place on Monday end. Tuesday evenings. Th...
MOUNTAIN SPRING ORCHARD BEAUTIES [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 3 October 1926
MOUNTAIN SPRING ? ^ ORCHARD BEAUTIES (By Constance CUttlns.) Days golden as only spilled snnshiue can make them, nights clear and chill, with a -frosty tang that ren ders the homely fireside a welcome place. This is Spring, where the rugged hillsides guard our ways. A little rhyme persists in ringing, though its lilt is, maybe, more forcible than polite It's all very well to elt and «rell At the lesson there's no gaissaring, But what the deuce ate wont sad nee When the whole mad world's a-mayiogf When the meadow glows, and the orchard 6Q0TTS, auu true «u o who iove-iiObCE ledom^t | When fancies break, and the senses wake. O, life's a dream worth dreaming. Which is, after all, only another way of saying what has been joyfully said and sung in every language with variations endless and inexhaustible, ! through all time, just that Spring is ! here. Spring, the laggard! tardy and : elusive as any will«o'-wisp, driving us i to vexation as she hides and mocks, i peeps out again, and then ...
UNIVERSITY LIBRARY [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 3 October 1926
UNIVERSITY LIBRARY The late Miss Bertha Burdoff be- ; queathed to the University a large and ? valuable selection of German books, which j were sent recently to the University I library by her sister, Mrs. Stanley Har ris. The books i'orni a most useful con tribution to the modern languages sec tion of the library, and will be of great assistance to etudents of the subject in question. The senate has recorded its appreciation of this generous gift.
BASKETBALL AUSTRALIAN LADIES 'ROOS WIN MALOUF CUP. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 3 October 1926
BASKETBALL AUSTRALIAN LADIES »ROOS WIN MALOUF CUP. On Saturday, by defeating Scottish and Aus tralian Coorparoo annexed the premiership and the coveted Malouf Cup. Teams : — Coorparoo. — Backs, M. McDonald, I. Ireton, I. KLjsen; centres, R Matthews, H. Nichols, B. Bryant; forwards, 'G. Spooner, M. M'MiUan, V. Johnston. Scottish and Australian,— Baits, E. Jolly. I. Woods, E. Jones ; centres, I. Blackman, O. Mad dock, M. Whltla; forwards, M. Jchnsoi, W. Priest B. Fisher. Referee: Mr. Bullock. ? Scottish exerted pressure at the start, but no score resulted. R Matthews, for 'Eoos, then got hold and passed to Z-. Njcholls, who gave to M. McMillan, tbe latter Disking 110 mis take with the throw. A magnificent Scottish passing bout by C. Maddock and M. Whltla took the ball right up to the goal mouth, but I. Ireton cleared brilliantly. 'Boos' position was menacing for some tune, but they managed to avert the danger I. ireton again saved, from a resultant attack, and from centre the ball tra...
CUPID ON WHEELS A FAST WORKER [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 3 October 1926
CUPID ON WHEELS A FAST WORKER (By Frank field.) 'Well, old man, you'll be all right 1 now. But I advise you not to try I stopping any more motor cars unless you join the traffic section of the police force.' 'Thanks, doctor. Outside of feeling sort of wobbly in my legs I'm as right as rain. I'll take your advice, doctor. Good-bye.' 'Good-bye, old man, and the best of luck.' A«e u-on-grey monstacne or the doc tor curved in a friendly smile as he gripped the hand of his departing hos pital patient. The other man returned the handshake, and, seemingly encour aged by the warm, friendly attitude of the doctor, ventured: 'I say, doctor, if it wouldn't be too much trouble, I'd — er — appreciate it if you would tell Nurse Johnson that I 'm leaving, and — that I would like t» see her before I go.1* The doctor laughed. ' Certainly, I'll speak to her.' Turning he walked up the corridor toward Nurse John eon's ward, leaving a rather nervous, but an attractive, handsome young man to wait anxious...
THE TIDES TO-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 3 October 1926
THE TIDES TO-DAY. _, . a.m. ft in p.m. ft in High water .... 7.29 4 6 7.42 5 9 Low water .... 1.S0 10 1.S 1 1 , TO-MOBKOW. HJcb water .... 8.10 5 0 8.17 0 X I Low water .... 2.8 0 ' 1.55 0 6 j For high water at FInkenba add 2min to time on bar; Dry Dock, add 28mln; Indoo roopilly, add lhr 23min. Add another half hour to ascertain low water at the places mentioned above. THE SUN. Sun rises 5.28 a.m. ; sets 5.S8 p.m. THE MOON. Kcw moon October ', at S.15 a.m. ~\
A MOTOR TRIP FOR PATIENTS AND STAFF IPSWICH OUTING [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 3 October 1926
A MOTOR TRIP &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; FOR PATIENTS AND &nbsp; STAFF &nbsp; IPSWICH OUTING The Ipswich branch of the R.A.C.Q. entertained the nurses, staff, and patients of the hospital to an outing at Amber- ley on Saturday. About 50 cars were made available for the occasion. Amberley is about four miles from Ipswich, and on arrival at the school grounds a welcome was extended by Councillor H. Hallett for the Moreton Shire Council and residents of the dis- trict. The Deputy Mayor (Alderman F. A. Cooper, M.L.A.) congratulated the branch on the splendid turn-out. He was sure the motives that prompted such a kindly act would be appreciated by all. The Ipswich Hospital was re- garded as a model hospital. It was well managed, and was remarkably suc- cessful in the number of cures it &nbsp; achieved. Mr. O. Perry (treasurer) &nbsp; spoke for the board of management of the hospital, and Mr. E. T. Woodford (president) on behalf of the R.A....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 3 October 1926
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 3 October 1926
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