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FROM THE HARBOUR CITY [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 10 October 1926

! —FROM THE HARBOUR CITY— (By A. P.) ? ? ? ? Over £0,000 people ivcro at Raiidwiok to sec the Epsom run, and in the cnor nious «Tovd that thronged uround tin? 6* a ads it was very difficult to sec earh individu.il grande toilette to advantage. Hiindwick looked its best on .Saturday, with tbe briflit sunsbinc glowing -ni (\awor lipds. and a background of rnpi.g i.-li:nbin-; over 'icon trellisos. AH ' tins j-niartci't women were there wiUi their daughters. who were arrayed ?ti rsiinsent that matehed tlic llowrrs in the L-rrba'/eous borders and echoi-d t*ie lints of the skip?. GEORGETTE AND JEANNINE The swoet-soundinjr n3ines of rwu rreneh srirls tire {riven io the two favourite fabrics of the season. I-'irhor Georgette or Jcannine was used with crepe de Cliino. satin or hioe tVn- tjje t:io-i. cir-'«-tive froeks. Lo/ijr sleeves v.o.re mi versa I; tor the niomciil no uloevt'lc-ss fcowns. -svi;' !-c Pe-'-n. CAPES. C'ap:1^ «-«n- wry much worn. Imtli Ions and to tlie waist, only. For the i...

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

Rnlp ^§881 QUEENSLAND IB 1| [—1000 — I j Summer j j Frocks I ? IN AN AMAZING * \ PURHCASE - I A SOTJTHEBN WAREHOUSE ? [ STOCK OF THE LATEST ? I SXJMMEE. STYliES TO SRT.Ji \ * AT TEIFUNa PEICES. a ? All who have seen are enthu- i ? siastic over these delightful « i Summery Frocks. The colours' ' ' ? are so rich, and their Quality so ! ; good, that they will go quickly ? ? to tbose who appreciate a Dainty ? ? Summer Bobe for so little * a money. It is a rare piece of I i good fortune for Finney's to ? I secure such a fine lot at the ' i price. Now we pass the ad- ? | vantage on to you. ? I UGHT WEIGHT SPONQE ? ! CLOTHS IK ! . FANCY OB BEOKElT CHECKS. ? \ PLAIN OOLOJJBED LACE- J ? TBIMMED VOILES. g j FANCY FOTJLABDS, FANCY ' I BATTNES, BBITI8H FUJI, ? j WHITE VOILBS. ? ? All Prettily Trimmed with ? | Shadow Laces, VaL Laces, or * i Ivory, Guipure. i ' ? THEJEE SENSATIONAL . ! FBICES: i g The -Begular Prices of^ these i J Frocks -are from 22/6 to 42/. ' ? ? y, :. .?_??;,_. ?.,.?.;?:;;'?...

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

j . ||ni'1 These are the Ideal i I '^r Summertime Vests : TV^ cooler — and infinitely more corn j . ^ fortable — by wearing Bond's - Vests this Summer! 'Sylk^Trim' is j li^ht and airy, affording easy, pleasant | ! fitting. It will ^ain your lasting ; approval with its beauty — its attrac ? tively low price — the months and : months of service that it dives. In finest j ' cotton with lace-trimmed shoulder straps ; ? and front of rich silken la.ee. Bond's 'Sylk-Trim' Vests 1 2/11 VOU'LL like Bond's 'Lacce' too, : \ ?*? with its simplicity of s^yle and j : its 'fine elastic texture. Knitted ; ? from high-quality cotton 'Lace-;~ is j ; most serviceable — its durability prcv- ! \ ing it to be exceptional value for its ; ! : extremely rriodcSt price. In Women's j ; 5S2C ; showincj a laccy front cf special in- j ? - ? : scrticn and 3acc trimming -,i»: neck. j i | There's a Fixed; E^^,J^ : | Price Label cp -. BGtiU 5 1 every Bond's Vcsi ! .,-_ ,? -r-r ! . i - protect^ you, i . 'Laeee' Vestc...

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

™l. Jensens -'.C'^f \~\ ^*fl'? . STAlffvitlG = , VALUES. ?/- *^Va-;' WHITE CANVAS :; .'V/SL ~. *§aL CRICKET BOOTS .^**^^ ^*i/£fer^-K POSTAGE Strom; Sewn Soles .. ? 10/6. : Other Grades... ? 19/11 and 21/. Red Rubber Soles ? 19/11. Queen-street, and Valley, ; BRISBANE. THE ASHBY All-British Steel Bicycle The Ashty Bicycle is built of genuine British parts to suit local conditions. It is a bicycle which will stand more ? -wear, and give you more comfortable '.. service than any other bicycle on the market tc-day. All parts can be re placed at any time, and we give a, . guarantee with every bicycle. The Ashby Roadster or Racer From £10-10-0 DEPOSIT 5* fgtJgHK v Our Btoc.* of Accessories and Spare parts is the largest in Queensland, and KttCESjS&E BIGHT, i 'For anything and everything connected . ' with cycling, either for business or pleasnre-^SBE ASHBT'S. ???;-???; thohe'270o: ; Ashby Brothers 80 WIOKHAM-STBEET, VAL13BT, .:. -rL-Ji*. 1-,-.,' ? ^^^B^-^^ ? 1 1 Blin«k are Un^quaf...

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

^M^JMM! ^^BNB^felJBL H I B HI H^k T» WC here ilIustrate six (6) of tIle »»aiiy dainly styles included in this great bargain offering. In many instances j^^^^j^^^^J^y^^^^^^T^^ M JB m^Jr W M ML 1l€ W ft arr onIy a few of each sty*c5 in ollier cases there is but one of a kind. Therefore inspection alone can reveal the '^m^Kv^^^f^-^ CXle'tOftWfirCatCOMMENCING TO-MORROW (MONDAY) ^Bk ^IKISV ^^Pj' ' ., - \V*--^ Our Mantle Section is now under entirely new supervision. ? [?] LOT No. 1 | ^ The three Frocks illustrated are made ' of Crcpc de Chine. We have lots ot - 1 others in Taffeta, Fancy Voiles, Maro- ] cain, and Embossed Georgette. Colours - [ arc Black, Navy, Nigger, Grey, and \ &&?-, ; ? Pastel shades. Jn cotton materials. ? %&jr - S. Women's, Women's, and O.S. sizes. , W \ Usual Price, 52/0 to 84/. ? ' S. CLEARING AT 39/11 ; % - I'y - NO MAIL ORDERS. ; '/« : : 'i'it I LOT No. 2 i g - « , Illustrating three of the lines at 29/11. ? | These give an idea of the e...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
COMMITTED FOR TRIAL Goods Train Driver and Guard MURULLA SMASH INQUIRY VERDICT "Safe Working Principles Overlooked" [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 10 October 1926

COMMITTED FOR TRIAL ? ^ * ? ^ Goods Train Driver and Guard MURULLA SMASH INQUIRY VERDICT '|-aFe Working Principles Overlooked' ' - ' :? :SjtW&Jg^iim)Ij Sfftprday.— -The evidence of the train crew, in^wliich ?^^JpiCMy^ -*Md':'hc ffia Mt know what he was sayin^v^ien ne i-/.ivtg#t:i. «U|ujjejj^|||U» police, was a~£e^^\«f;;^fqtfa«9l..i«to-,tlM!'' ^ :g3ft^^:-*S^^Mfe^^p6rtion of a g-wo- train titt^eft^laW: ihi north* ~ The Coroner committed the driver (Turner) and the guard (Davies) of the goods train for trial. He added a rider that in not providing an automatic coupling pin in the guard's equipment the essential principles of safe working - had been overlooked by the department. The fireman, Jeoffrey Lloyd, cross examiiied by Mr. Bretnall, on behalf of the Railway Commissioners, said that breakages on the draw gear were usu ally the result of a jerk by the engine. This was the only occasion lie had known, a draw hook to break as the re-: suit of a steady -pull. Witness said that...

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

THE WHITE AND RUSTLING SAILS ggjgiHHHBIHiggggggggggagggggggggggggggggggggggggggggjgggggggggggjjjgggjjjgjggjgjjggggggjgjg^ggggggggjggjg^gjgjgg^gggjgjg^g^g^g^gjgjgjgjggjgjggjjjjjjjjg One of the many animated scenes at the Hamilton on Saturday, showing the 22-footers moving into line for the start of a race.

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

PERSONAL. j Mr. Jules .Moxon, the well-known ama teur driver in Queen3land automobile I contests, is now with his brother, Mr. j Pliilip Moxon, at the head of a newj motor company in Brisbane, known as Moxon Motors Ltd., having the sole dis- j tributio'i of Paige and ' Jewctt cars j throughout the State. The headquar- 1 tcrs of the company are in Wickham- j aiiici, iiui-ji; tiicic jo ci iiitfgiiiUd'iiL yuuw* room. Owing to a hurried visit to Sydney in connection trith the new organisation, Mr. Jules Moxon was unable to take part in the recent reliability contest, a fact he much regretted, as he has always taken a prominent part in these trials and other activities of the R.A.C.Q

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
R.A.C.Q. Road Patrols [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 10 October 1926

r.a.cVq. THE CLUB BADGE. ' Road Patrols Today the B.AC.Q. guides will patrol the roads to Tambourine Moun tain. Wellington Point. Cleveland. Vic toria Foint, Itedland &&y. Rcdtliffe, Scarborough, and Woody Point. i , Traffic Regulations to be published at last. They will follow htrstiv upon the lines of the New South Wales regulations atid will, accordingly be a distinct 6tep towards achieving uniformity in the traffic regulations throughout Australia, as the New South Walrs regulations have been suggested »s being more or less suitable for the 'hole of the States. Uniformity has bMin advocated by the automobile organisations , 'throughout the Common wealth for a long time past, and re presentations made to the various Police Departments, and also to the recent -conferences' of the Police Commis sioners- Some of the suggestions which have liee.i made by the If.A.C.Q. from time to time have been incorporated in the netr regulations, but others have not been adopted. v...

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

it ? ? ; ? . .*. „ THE TIDES ? »»?'? '$;-*!! '? -? ?? to-hat. .. jj; ;??.-/. a.m. ft in p.m. ft in Sis* water . . . . 11.31 S 8 ll.?8 5 0 ?*ow water ./. .. .5.4 0 4 3.42 l o -.+n/''-' ???-.??? ? - V«jT ? .. TO-MOBBOW. j^i^wter .-...?. . 5.31 0 5 6.29 1 2 V-SgFpr h\eh K«ter at P'nkenba add 22mln to 5jae oo bar; Vty U»ck. add 28niln; ladoutvo ?m3s. add Hnr »mln Add another half-h-nif -?'jw-tasc'tain Iwv vittei at- the places 'mentioned ; f' : ^-HE SON. t Sun rises 3.21 *jn.: eeU. 3.^0 p.m. .f-» :? . ?? rt ;-i;. *.-.?'. ?^ ?'-?? ; ' tHB moon. &' A'eir mooa tonl«y at 8.13 a.m.

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

£ HIS LAST PANCE is . . ? 34. ? ♦ ? »X SUDDEN DEATH AT IPSWTCW. fv IPSWICH. Saturday.— The death oc curred shortly after midnight on Fri Ifiy, of Mr, Gerald Christ, the well-! Jjnown member of the North Ipswich ! fugling Club. Deceased, who was onlv ' *7 years of age, was dancing with his ; 'Sister-ui-law m St. Thomas' Hall i «orfh Ipswi.h, when, taken sudden Iv ' ».., .m suigg^ivu towarus tlie door ana ?^bollapspd. ?j[The ambulance took him to the hos Jital, where he expired immediately on JtrrivaL He had atteuded work* as wsimI on Friday, and was apparently an good health. Deceased leaves a frlilovr and tw(o children. Death was wue to heart, failure.

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
BUSH TRAGEDY YOUNG MAN AND CHILD [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 10 October 1926

I BUSH TRAGEDY ? & ?? .»;. ? ? .-: ? — ? il^OUNG- MAX AND CHIED fc ;, -MELBOURNE; Saturday.— The bod*Vs 'j«f an unknown man, about 25 -.v--'»' = ? jjpf age, and of a girl between 4 and 5 iijJjrearB of age. were to-day found iu a Jjjpaddoek nbdut a. mile from the Fyaus - |»ft-rd Hotel, six miles from Gelong. . »3t is considered that . they had beoa j y^ead two days, and the police believe -|4he case to be one of murder and suicide. j^- The spot where tlie bodies were found t!« isolated. ? ? ?? .

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
BULLET IN HEAD SICK MAN'S FINISH [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 10 October 1926

fj BULUT IN HEAD ! | ! SICK MAN'S FINISH - I ; KBMrSET, Saturday.— Harry Young. Va'- retired fanner, living at Fredericton, shear Eempsey. left his home at S fb'icJock. yesterday morning, and went to Jthe house, of a neighbour, Mrs. Vvck. ille borrowed a pea rifle, stating that he .jjjPQiitca to' shoot a fox. When he had iSnojt returned by nightfall the police ;*r-?re informed, and a search made. His jbody was 'found during the night lyuig 3Jn what is known as Mud Springs, wi-h ,;^ bullet hole through the head. ^ -Young had been ill for some tha-.. ,^Te leaves a. widow and three grown u;» lichildren. '

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

l:$\ NEW BRIDGES i J I PREMIER TO OPEN /'--£.? On Saturday next the Tallebudgera ^?Jpi-eek bridge, near BurJeigh Heads, ; £§jM'I the bridge over Currumbin Creek, tt;.-»|bpth' on the: main coastal road to the .igjreed, will be officially opened by the' I|jP^emier (Ui. W. M'Cormack). 'Cj;j»5PIie former bridge will be declared! ;? ^fopfen at it a.m., and the latter at noon. ;*-:-^Bth bridges already have been used t Mm traffic^ ? -

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

?w ; SOUTHPORT SHOW ?-_, ? . . ? ? ♦ jV A RECORD ATTENDANCE , -i^BW^TTkPOET, Saturday.— There was rj»^®ritd,^a.tlendance 'at the -27th annual -!^pbpW''of 'liic South port Agricultural and A™tortieultpra| Society to-flay. Entries. ;«B'thfe majority of cases, -were well iu in, Mva»ce-^»f those ;t*£ previous .years. ;; *':TI& official opening ceremony was per iu. .- ? ^w- -«»*%» mjj V**V -UlVUbCiiaUl UVtCJJlVl '? ?iJpMr.'W. Lennon). Mr. Lennon also r?»&Bted' the. Southport Grammar School, jliThere, accompanied by the headmaster -§££anon H. ;H. Dumb, M.A.), he in '.';|fepected the fine new buildings, Tvith i Which he jras, greatly impressed.

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
Discovery of America. OCTOBER 12, 1492. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 10 October 1926

Discovery of America. OCTOBER 12, 1492. Columbus, with his followers, landed on Guanahani, or San Salvador, one of the Bahama Isles, and planted there the cross in token of gratitude to the Divine mercy, which, after guiding him through a perilous voyage, had at last, in the discovery of a western world, crowned with success the darling aspira tion of his life. Columbus was. undoubt edly the first to proclaim to the world at large the existence of a new and vast region, but Ue cannot literally be said to have been the first European dis I coverer of America. The. Ancient Scan dinavians or Norsemen had, at the com mencement of the Uth century, not only settled in Greenland, but explored the whole east coast of America as far south as latitude 41deg 30min north, and there, near New Bedford, in the State of Mas sachusetts, they founded a colony. ? But to Columbus still belongs the merit of inaugurating that connection between the Eastern and Western Hemispheres tvaica nas enectea so re...

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

AMATEUR ASSOCIATION. --fc3inpionship eoinpctitiotiB have been tixed at Bribie for October 17 and 31, and outings for November 14 and 28. Re eult of competition held ;it Bribie last rreek-end. 15 competitors taking part: — Fish. H-. oz. pts. ?*- Nash .... .. 36 lo I) 67-2 ft. Jones . .-i .... 36 12 S 61 i G.- & Carlsou'.. .. ::i 12 IS 56.10 L Other individual patches: TV. Stevens m 40. AV. Brott 40, G. fchaw 33. ? PADDINGTOJf CLUB. H Members were at Bribie last -week-end. f FiEhinsi was good, whiliug biting- freely. .)! though floating- weed was very trouble some. Altogether 468 fish were caught, nil whiting of the summer variety, there heing some fine specmiens. of wliich V. Brown bad ibe best, weig-hijig 13b 2oz. Thp best six were: — Kish. 3b. oz. pts, S. Powell ? 33 39 5 9110 I. R. C. Smith . . . . SS 32 30 63.4 --- Jon--s -10) .... 41 11 6 63.12 C. Adamson (20).. 42 14 13 71.10 A. Masser.. .... MI 10 o 51.J0 C. Blackshaw .... 29 31 4 51. S ^ The next competition of the P....

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
Sir Henry Irving DIED, OCTOBER 13, 1905. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 10 October 1926

Sir Henry Irving DIED, OCTOBER 13, 1905. . ' Sir Henry Irving -John Henry Brod ribb), a great English actor, was born near Glastonbary. He was first a clerk in London, but forsook the pen for the stage. . He appeared on the Suuder tand stage in 1856. spent three years in Edinburgh, and then gradually worked his way at Glasgow and Manchester till he was invited to London 10 years after. TTiK flfKr ilicfinnf' Cll/-^ocb woe YtZe riirriiTT Grand in 'The Two Roses.' His per formance of 'Hamlet' at the Lyceum in 1874 established his reputation as a tragedian. In 1878 the Lyceum came under his management, and his record at this theatre covered a brilliant series of productions. He remained at the head of his pro fession, and. both it England and in America, secured many triumphs in 'Macbeth,' 'Shylock,' and other Shakespearean characters, and in roles like tiiose of Matthias in « The Bells,' Mephistopheles in ' Faust,' etc. Among the original productions credited to him may be mentioned Te...

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

THE DOG WORLD By C«rberu«'« Understudy.) CANINE CALENDAR. October 11. — Terrier and toy dog veter inary lecture. October 13. — Kennel Association and Affi liated Socioties' Conference. October -s. — Bulldog Club night parade. October 30. — Airedalo Club Show; Fox terrier -jlub Social. Sovembcr 6. — ^Ladies' Kennel Ciub Torade.

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
Battle of Hastings FOUGHT, OCTOBER 14, 1066. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 10 October 1926

Battle of Hastings FOUGHT, OCTOBER 14, 1066. Every reader knows the date, 106-5, for in that year was fought the battle of Hastings between the Normans, under William, who was given the title of Conqueror after the battle, and the Eng lish, under their king, Harold. At first William's troops could make no impres sion os the English, who ~-ad arranged themselves in groups, round which were planted stakes to prevent attack by horsemen. Emboldened by their suc cess, some of Harold's troops began to follow up the eneray. Seeing this, Wil liam ordered some of his men to pre tend B to ran away- The plan was en tirely successful, and many of the Eng lish were killed. Harold's bodyguard however, stood firm on, the top of the hill, until, with the coming of darkness, the Norman archers began to shoot up in the air so that their arrows would fall on the heads of the English. By this means they succeeded in getting to close quarters, and iu a band-to-hand battle the English were routed, and Ha...

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