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RADIO IN FLYING FILM [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 10 October 1926

RADIO IN FLYING FILM Badio is to play an important part in the filming of 'Wings,' Paramount^ great story of the activities of the air service in the world war. According to H. H. Harrod, electrical engineer at the studio, James Cruze wob the first direc tor to utilise the services of radio. He used it during the great sea battle seauenees of 'Old Ironsides' For this purpose specially designed transmitting and rpceiving sets were built and put into use- Now, the electrical department at the studio has been hard at work turning out hundreds of receiving iets for the individual 'planes which will be used in the battle scenes.

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 10 October 1926

WjSh. it -goes f '^^'WWB^&W h liielonq Joii \ -,„ \-kM&£-m- / You may buy a Player Piano from a dealer in many things, lured by a fancy name or specially a tt i active terms — and you may afterwards regret. Or you may buy from a specialist house, dealing exclusively in musical instruments and selling only makes made famous by time and service. In this case you are protected in every sense, and satisfaction must result GENUINE PIANOLA P I AN O a is the original Player Piano, and has no equal for tonal qualities ; for beauty and depend- ^^ ability. And when you purchase Pianola you are safeguarded by the reputation of the jf' great Aeolian Company and assured of expart service* whenever your instrument ^f' needs them. \ Jr-e^ *. i* *?* ? *-*. ? ? S^ ***c Aeolian £1O down a»d small mootHly payments v^eompany make a Genuine Pianola yours to-day. Fill in ihe coupon and mail il to-day jt^ Gentlemen : ? foifullparhcdars V^Kmdiy send p«tiea!«. ^ you, The Aeolian Company S *&...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
CLEANING UP [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 10 October 1926

CLEANING UP The fact that even big stations re quire an occasional spiing-eieauing should bring before the amateur's mind the necessity of an annual overhaul of bis own gear. Usually the receiver it self gets more than one eleaning in the year, but some of us are apt to burke the. bigger jobs of dismantling and re-erecting the aerial system, in which cleanliness and thorough insolation are just as important as in the receiver. Particular attention Etiouiti oe S'veii 10 J.u-= insuiaiors, tvmen after months of open air use get coated with soot and grime, and arc the cause of much leakage. A thorough washing is recommended for these. Attention to the pulleys, guy ropes, and halvards is also advisable, as the aerial mast mnv not, stanl the next winter's storm if they have been allowed to slacken or to rust through.

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
"ROUGHNECKS" BRITISH SAILORS CHINESE POLITENESS [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 10 October 1926

'RougiSecks ' --; ?.^.????.???'\ife^ ??-. ^'M$mHSH SAILORS - CHINESE POLITENESS / ^AUSTRALIAN CABLE SERVICE.) IIOXK-KOXG, Saturday. — Eugene Chen, Canton's Foreign Minister, jn deling a ijhrase attribtcd to him that British sailors were 'Koughuccks.' i writes 'to suggest that the sapors' .method is a technique of force, does not Mwcssariiy imply that men of England 's ?Elect have ceased to be in line with their famous past, packed high with gallantry an.) deeds of courage.' * I '' This statement is made on the ovc of! tJie arrival of the ships cabled for oh September 21. 'canton government levy. HU.NU -KOivU, fccilurUa.v. — The Canton -Qovernnient has addressed au identical u'ote to ca«:h representative of the Iforeigu Powers, announcing it will levy 4 .temporary internal tax- from tlie eleventh day following the termination j of 'the boycott. The tax- is the equiva lent of. half, the usual: maritime or native Customs tariff.

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
OUR WIRELESS CIRCLE OUR SETS RANGE OF RECEPTION THE ETERNAL QUESTION [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 10 October 1926

OUR WIRELESS CIRCLE j __ . ? _ . _ ? ? ? ? *___ ? ? ____.^»M««ia » » ? ? ? W W p m OUR SETS ? . ?» — RANGE OF RECEPTION THE ETERNAL QUESTION Amongst the numerous questions :isked by the prospective purchaser of a radio sets arc: 'How far will it re ceive! Will it receive Western Aus tralia?' 'Could I get America on a good night?' and so on. People who are supposed to have a high degree of intelligence and common sense ask why they cannot pick up Western Australia on a. 3-valve set when uicy can get Aaciaiae at gooa loua speaker strength. Others who have crystal sets and receive 4QG, very loud, ask why they cannot bring in Mel bourne. It is quite evident that askerp of questions of this nature have not stopped to analyse the situation. Before we proceed any further, let it be understood that no receiving set has any definite range. This is mostly due to the varying factors upon which the receiving range depends, these being very rarely the same for any two out fits, regardless of the...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
THE VILLAGE RADIO FAN [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 10 October 1926

THE VILLAGE RADIO FAN Above a spreading clicstnut tree The blacksmith'? aerial stand? : The smith, a wireless fan is lie. Whose large and sinewv hands Control reaction coils which catch Signals from many lands. His aerial wire is high and long. His earth's an old tin pan ; And on his set. a supcr-het. He picks up all he can. And sends his oscillating bowls Thrntipl, all tho hrn«rtm«it «tnatl Listpninj:. experimenting, oscillating. Onward through life he jtoes, Each Tnornine sees new station* logged. Each evening hears them close. KnKA. in mnrninc hours. Disturbs hij. nisrhfs renose. —South African 'Wireless W««kly.'

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
CRAWFORD ACCELEREST. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 10 October 1926

CRAWFORD ACCELEREST. A paragraph drawing attention to thi« Tiew device appeared in our issue of last Sunday. The 'Rests the Sole,' as the accelc rest is called, has a foot plate adjust able to every normal position of the | foot and Jog during acceleration in every; natural driving position. It is claimed mat. this mveution anticipates all road shocks which are ordinarily transmitted to the accelerator, and absorbs them. Mr. Thomas I-alton, of Gogg-strect, Toowoomba, is a representative and dis tributor of the Crawford Accclercst.*

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
TEN-DAY TRIAL BIG SOUTHERN EVENT FAMOUS DRIVERS ENGAGED [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 10 October 1926

TEN-DAY TRIAL BIG SOUTHERN EVENT FAMOUS DRIVERS ENGAGED With less than a w-?ek to go before ! the start of the ton days' reliability touring contest, the Royal Automobile C!ub of Australia is completing tiic organisation of the greatest motorinn fixture, of the year. It is anticipated that nearly all the f-4 entrants will compete, and as several official and titors. about .10 cars and probably 100 people will make this trip of nearly l.'-00 mites through the finest touring ground in the northern parts of the State. In n number, of cases the entrant will drive his own eai, but there are several competitors who have nominated driv ers. Mr- J. S. Moffat has nominated Mr. F. Hjorth, who was indentified witn Mr. J. Leslie a few years ago in a non stop engine iui\ from Sydney to Mel bourne and back under :-T-pall!nf» wea ther conditions. Mr. A. J. Bridges' ear will be driven by Mr. C. S. Lanccter: Mr. T. F. Smidmore's by Mr. J. K. Tompkins; Mr. Otto Camphin's by Mr. Thayre Smith. Mr. R. C...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 10 October 1926

Smart Women Choose For the Latest Styles in Footwear THIS WEEK'S EXTRA SPECIALS Blark Satirt Court. ~'n»-». p-im, P.-.t-ut Vami. Tmitation Snal« Black Satin AnWe Bar Shoei, soles, flapper ln;«-U. V,:n1i, S) nui.«)i .13aby Wurt hcc)*, pump soles, flapper heels. 1Q/11 1O/11 1Q/11. au/xi la/ii lo/n THE WAY TO PERMANENT ECONOMY. '! hi -h--'?. j-;i-'-,iT(.iJ hfn- aro :nm;,',--: !.--!(;? 1i-A {Tr-m n range of 500 pairs offering next -seek at 18/Xi per pair. TJ-: r;.ngf! iT,.-i.,rt--« sha-!^ -.f far-.h.n.-i-.f ar,d Hoi:, -lc Rose, a!l in GENUINE PUMP SOLES. t. addition to ' the stjhs»;in-.:t( nnvin?f the. tin«-. '-(r?:rf.. i=. i;P outi-ur.dins fa^-.r. true of everj-Beier-.tioo in tbc store. lh»t every jttm ' included in tli., »m rJri.,n,.n(. is ?-'. th- (in-r r,11;,!,ty :.i-'i m..?t desirable styles. In this lies the best proof «?t the es*fo ^ATn,a-rA. taT'.T' r'1!'''*''*1?- Th-- 'I'.finit- v.-.y (o ,™n™7 of the laEtiug sort js pointed by the WOKTH-WHILE - AALLtS M-Iurh (his R'^rc ;. :»?. ...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
ENGLISH MAILS LATE [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 10 October 1926

ENGLISH MAILS LATE Owing to the late arrival of the -R.M.S. Orvieto at Fremantle, the English mails due at Brisbane to morrow (Monday) will not reach the metropolis before Wednesday, 13th instant. In order to- as far as practicable avoid public incon venience, special steps are being ? taken to have the mail dealt with as rapidly as possible.

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
SACRED TREES ABORIGINAL SUPERSTITION [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 10 October 1926

SACRED TREES I ?? .? ^ — | ABORIGINAL SUPERSTITION {By X. Gnat Sv&a.) Aboriginal belief beld that the life of man. could pass into the bodies of animals, seeds, and trees. When the first -whites settled about Tewantiu, they found that an ancient fig tree, ?which still stands in the reserve, had a number of human skulls hung about it. These disappeared soou aftt.T- t,it- white man's advent, doubtless removed by the blacks, for whom the tree held some special meaning. Another tree, this time a magnifi cent palm, which Tras cut down by an early settler, brought forth a tragic incident. The natives, who had ap peared friendly, soon after the tree was cut speared the white settler and his mate. Long afterwards the reason was discovered. The palm tree had held the spirit of a tribal chief's mother, and to it the ehief was in the habit of repairing to consult with her upon points of tribal difficulty, abid ing by the answers he received through the rustling of the leaves amid which...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
STATE FORECAST [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 10 October 1926

STATE FORECAST Generally fine, but some scattered thunderstorms likely in southern border districts by Monday. Chilly nights in sub-tropical zone, with frost on southern Downs, but temperature otherwise moderate to warm. Winds S.W. to S.E. chiefly at first, changing to north-easterly and northerly inland and along sub tropical coast.

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
FETE AT IPSWICH [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 10 October 1926

FETE AT IPSWICH » IPSWICH. Thursday.— A splendid dis play was made by. the various stall? at +1-- annual fete held hi aid of St. Paul's Church of England in St. Paul's Hall to-day. At the front of the hall was a most tastefully decorated flower stall, filled with beautiful blooms of all des criptions. Other stalls were arranged on both sides and centre of the hall, while the refreshments were served on the platform at the rear. There was .i large attendaii- when Miss 'White, If I 1. .T- T j« J* ? 1? ? —x. O -vi. .v.. uerjaren iijc inn uun uf^u ul ^ p.m. The stallholders were eoon busily en.ir.-ifi-ed, and a. brisk business was done during t!i^ afternoon, and also to night. ]n spite of the dry weather tlie fete will lie a big success. The stall holders were as follow:— Work stall. Mesdanies P. D. M'Donald, S. Kelleway. G- Moore, K. Worley, T. Millar, O. Perry, T- Senior, H. F. Bar ker, IJ. Wilkinson. A. Gillcspie, W. G. Watson. Flower stall: Miss L'. Bottom ley (convener), Mrs. V. J....

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
AFFRAY IN HUT "HIT HIM WTH BOTTLE" TULLY MURDER CHARGE [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 10 October 1926

AFFRAY IN HUT » — 'HIT HIM WTH BOTTLE' TULLY MURDER CHARGE INNISFAIL, Saturday-^James Joseph Boss appeared in the Tully Police Court, charged with having wilfully murdered Frederick Wallace, otherwise known as 'Nugget' Wallace, whose dead body was recently found in a hut iu the Tully dis trict. Detective Cahill, of Innisfail, said lie went to the hut at Tally known as 'Black Jail's Humpy,' where he saw the '-body ofv Frederick Wallace, He noticed a quantity of beer botties and a glass near ibe -.bidy.- ?VHienf5*])*** '.fibotaiti lace, whose dead 'body I have seen in the hut near the railway station: It ap pears that deceased was knocked down by a blow from. a bottle.' Accused replied: 'Yes, he is dead all right. I saw his body to-day with In spector Dore in a hut- He should have been dead long ago. A man who steals another man's food should not be al lowed to live. He went to my hut last Saturday and stole some of my property. On Wednesday some more of my pro perty was missing, and ...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 10 October 1926

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Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
SIR PHILIP GIBBS ARTICLES FOR "THE DAILY MAIL." [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 10 October 1926

SIR PHILIP GIBBS ? v AETICLES POR 'THE DAILY MAIL.' : 'The Daily Mail' has pieaearj in announcing that it has secured the Queensland rights to a series of topi cal articles by that brilliant author and journalist, Sir Philip - Gibbs; The articles, publication of which will be commenced to-inorrow, will review the condition, social and political, ? of the leading countries of the world to-day and will traverse Europe's outstand ing problems. It is not often Sir Philip Gibbs writes newspaper articles, and readers of 'The Daily Mail' may look forward to a rich intellectual, and literary repast in his contributions throughout the forthcoming week. The first article (that appearing to morrow) will 'deal with Mexico and the religious decrees recently promul gated there.. Other subjects to 1)P dealt with arc: the position in the English ooal fields and the influence of women in the dispute; the queer character of the English people ami their absence of 'pessimism in time of severe trade de...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
COLOUR IN THE HOME FURNISHING FABRICS WINDOW DRAPINGS [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 10 October 1926

COLOUR IN THE HOME FURNISHING FABRICS WINDOW DRAPINGS One of the best methods of introduc ing colour and desigu into the home is by means of bright furnishing fabrics (says 'Town and Country Homes'). The truth of this is demonstrated by the fact that vwudows and doorways — to which furnishing fabrics are parti cularly applied — admit light iuro a room, ana tne Jigiu, suining tnrougn or on the dracpries. emphasises the colours and designs therein with marked effect on all other colours in the room,. which shows incidentally the harm a wrongly selected colour ean do to the general colour scheme of au apartment- The selection of draperies for doors and windows, therefore, demands great care and judgment, so far as colour is con cerned. Design is no less a subject for the exercise of wisdom iji choice- The de signs of pattern of the curtaining ar rangement should at least be in sym pathy with that of the ehair cover ami other upholstery jnW 1. or with that of the walls or carpets — in f...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
WINDBAG NOT FOR MELBOURNE [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 10 October 1926

WINDBAG ? a. ? w NOT FOR MELBOURNE SIDNEY, Saturday. — This afternoon Mr. R. Miller stated that he very much feared he would have to scratch Windbag for al lhis Melbourne spring en gagements, which include the Mel bourne Cup. Windbag's name has no quotation against it in chayts .issued on the Melbourne

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
WANT HUSBANDS ENGLISH GIRLS' QUEST [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 10 October 1926

! WANT HUSBANDS j ? .» ? ENGLISH GIRLS' QUEST The Mayor of Mascot (Alderman l'Estrange) would like to meet six young men who arc willing1 to marrv six nire English girls (says the Sydney 'Sun'). At the Mascot Council meeting the other ni'ht. a letter was received from a girl who lives in North Kensiiigton. London, asking the Mayor to find six husbands for friends of hers- The com munication was addressed to 'the .Lord Mavor of Mascot.' 'I trust you will not think I am taV- j ing a liberty in writing to you,' the j letter stated. 'But there must be young men in your country who want to find wives. I have six girl friends — all fine i lassies — who would like to meet some one abroad or communicate with some nice young men. If you do not think this is a liberty on my part, will you help my friends to find husbands. I trust thnt you will answer this letter.'1 Alderman Alexander: I move it be referred to the building committee The Mayor: I am totally at a loss. I appeal to the Press to h...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
FRINGE [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 10 October 1926

FRINGE i Friii! - neenis, perhaps, ancient history for evening frocks, but it is having such a revi. ' .iust now that it h:is to be men tioned, writes a fashion correspondent In t*»e favourite model, whi*h u. great. Paris dressmaker recently launched, it fnrms thf- lower part of the ceorcette skir\ starting a little btlow tbe hip? and set on in an uneven Ht-c, risin in front. This line is repeated on the bo-liee: the frintre outlines the rathe hieh neck-Hue in front, aud tV deep. U-shapcd deco!- , Irtatre in the tack. 'Whatever colour is | used for this mod... the frirpe must ujaiah it cxactlv.

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