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THE MYSTIC SEVEN ANCIENT BELIEFS [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 10 October 1926

THE MYSTIC SEVEN ? ♦ — - ANCIENT BELIEFS Seven is a mystic or sacred number. It is composed of four and three, which, among the Pythagoreans, and from time immemorial, have been accounted lucky numbers. Among the Babylonians, Egyptians, aud other ancient peoples there were seven sacred planets; and the Hebrew verb ' to swear'^ means lite rally 'to come under the influence of seven tilings- inus seven ewe aiuw figure in the oath between Abraham and Abimeleeh at Beersheba (Gene£- xxL, 28), and Herotodus (III., viii.), describes an Arabian oath in which seven stones are stained with blood. There are seven days in creation, seven days in the week, seven graces, seven divisions in the Lord's Prayer, seven ages in the life of man, and the seventh son of a seventh son was always oeld notable Among the Hebrews every seventh year wa3 sabbatical, and seven times seven years was the jubilee. The three great Jewish feasts lasted seven days, and between the first and second were seven weeks. Ije...

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

What Smokers Use To get those ?-. ^Bfr ****** m lO^Day Tube Free NOTE how many men and women show white teeth r . nowadays. They are proud I* '. lo show them when they smile — f because they are attractive. There isa newwray of teeth clean ing which millions now employ. It means whiter, safer, cleaner teeth. .. It Amoves Film ' . You can feel on your teeth a ; viscous film. It clings to teeth, : gets between the teeth and stays. Food stains, etc., discolour it. Then it forms dingy coats. Tartar . is based on film. ? That's why teeth look cloudy. Film also holds food substance i. which ferments and forms adds. \\. ? It holds the adds in contact with J the teeth to cause decay. Germs * i breed by millions in it, and they cause many troubles. That's why teeth are ruined. You SMust Do /This Old ways of brushing do not end that film. Some always re mains to threaten serious damage night and day. So dental science sought a film combatant and two methods were discovered. One acts to curdle...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
For the BOYS AND GIRLS LITERARY COMPETITIONS Weekly Awards [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 10 October 1926

[?] [?] LITERARY COMPETITIONS Weekly Awards Senior. — Frank SniiUi- c/o Post Office, Ipswich. Subject: Longfellow poems. Junior. — Edgar W. Waas, Lockyer Stale Higli School, Gallon. Subject: Mercy.

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

SENIOR.— FIRST PRIZE. LONGFELLOW Longfellow is Tepeatcdly declared to be the sweetest, and most widely read poet of the English language. His verses are easy to understand, and they abound iu simple jet attractive iinagin ery, harmony, and captivating sweet ness, voicing the ordinary joye and trials of humanity. Longfellow's iil'o was one of a modest deep hearted gentleman. His boyhood was spent at Portland, whose beautiful suirouudings in 'My Lost Youth.' His highest am bition was to be a perfect gentleman, and, through sympathy and love, to help others to be the same. He possessed a dignity, that was without formality; ho was a poet in thought and feeling; he had. a hatred ior wrong, and a contempt for baseness. In the last years of his life through suffering intense pain, he sustained the same genial and sunny countenance, that Ringsley described as the most beauti ful he had ever seen. The subjects of Longfellow's poetry are, for the most part, aspects of nature as influencing h...

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

JUNIOR.— FIRST PRIZE. MERCY 'Tho quality of mercy is not Etrain'd. It droppeth as the gentle rain from bearcn Upon the place beneath; it is twice bless'd; It blcsseth him that gives and huu that takes. What is mercy? It is a sense ot compassion in the soul of man. A man can be pitful and yet not merciful be cause, even though he has pity he may uot have compassion towards Jiis tellow sufferer. The virtue of mercy is not forced into man's soul, it, if lie has the desire, comes to him naturally, just as the soft rain settles upon the earth. From mercy one reaps a double bless ing, one or the giver and tho other for the receiver. In this way oue is not only doing oneself a great deal of good, but also one's fellow men. Again to quote Shakespeare: ? 'Tis mightiest in the mightiest ; if becomes Tho throned monarch better than his crown : His sceptre shows the force of temporal powei An attribute to awe and majesty. .Wherein dotU sit the fear and dread of kings. But mercy is above this sc...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
QUEENSLANDER WINS Colac Amateur Road Race Warrnambool Classic to Victoria [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 10 October 1926

QUEENSLANDER WINS Colac Amateur Road Race Wamiambool Classic to Victoria T. H. Marshall, a youthful member of the Kedron Wheelers* Club, scored a brilliant win in the Colac to Melbourne 100 miles amateur road * race, which was run in conjunction with the world's biggest road cycling race, Warrnambool to Melbourne, on Saturday. It is the first occasion that Queensland has secured Australia's amateur blue ribbon. To Marshall also tell the honour of making the absolute fastest time by covering the distance in 4 hours 19 minutes 45 seconds. This is the first occasion that a rider has won the double in the Colac race. L. Ensiedel, a Victorian, was the winner of the Warrnambool classic, while the fastest time was put up by H. Opperman, also a Vic torian, who completed the journey in 7 hours 36 minutes 10 seconds. MELBOURNE, Saturday.— T. II. Mar shall, the Queensland cyclist, carried off double' honours in the 100 miles amateur race from Oolac to Me'-boume to-d:ty. The event was organised...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
KNOWLEDGE BOX Things Worth Noting JACK KETCH. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 10 October 1926

KNOWLEDGE BOX ♦ — Things Worth Noting JACK KETCH Jack Kct'-U was a. liaugmau 3ud exe cutioner notorious for his barbarity, who was appointed about 16C3, and died in 16S-J. Ho vas^xecKfioner of Wil liam Lord Eiifinll, tor his share in the Rye House jilol (Hi**): and of Mon m'outh (H'iSoj.- In 10SG lie was turned sheriffs, and was succeeded by a but cher name Rose. Rose, however, was himself hanged within two months, whereupon Ketch was reinstated. As early as 1678 his name had appeared iu a ballad, and by 1702 it was asso ciated with the punch and judy puppet play, which had recently been intro duced from Italy. LADY GODIVA. Lady Godiva is the patroness of Cov entry. In 1040, Leofric, Earl of Merau. and Lord of Coventry, imposed certain enactions on his tenants, which this lady besought him to remove. He said lie would do so if she would ride naked through the town. Lady Godiva took him at bis word, aud the faithfully kept his promise. The legend is recorded by 'Matthew of Westminste...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
BRISBANE CLUBS SATURDAY'S RACING [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 10 October 1926

BR SBANE CLUBS SATURDAY'S RACING Fine -weather again favoured Saturday aft-rnoon, and tlio local cyclists were busy on the rrads. \ strong wind prevailed, which had the effect ot slowing up tlie times considerably. The most noteworthy event on Saturday trr«s the « 'Hoilce' memorial ra--», conduc ted b\- the Annerlcy Wheelers. It proved a veritable 'c.ean up' for the juniors, who were racins in ronjiiucti' n with the seniors. The former tint only secured first, second, ami third. l-nt. one of them, A. Carter, also gained the time honours. Results: — KANGAKOO POINT. ! SKN1ORS' C MI1.K HAN'UICAP. V. -«niphen n.1.')) ? 1 X n-.ilpy (1.40) ? 2 T.' S. Wallas fs--r.) ? :i : Fattest time. T. S. Wallace. IS. 7 1-3. | JUXIORS' 7 iriLK VSPAfF.p HANDICAP. fChampionship Series.) \V. Beasor (scr.) 10. .'52 .... 1 -T. Johnstone ^^cr.i. 20. :i .... -J V.'. Grimmet (:!0sec). 21.13 .. 3 AKNEELBT WHBBLEES. 7 MFI.K '?HKIKK' MEMORrAI.. J. Harris (n.30) ? 1 A. Carter (45sec) ? 2 A. .Tones -45seO ? S Faste...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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BOY SCOUTS "THE TWO IDEALS" ELOQUENT STATEMENT [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 10 October 1926

BOY SCOUTS — ♦ 'THE TWO IDEALS' ELOQUENT STATEMENT This is the title given to a little book let issued from the Scout headquarters, and written by 11. Geoffrey Clives- for the '-enefit of the Boy Scouts of the Bri tish Empire. Tlie two ideals which he bopes that all Scouts will endeavour to auuw are oriseri on a wonderful picture painted by Frank Dickscc, aud which was purchased for the nation in 1900. It h entitled 'The Two Cronus,' and the story it tells is as follows: — Through the streets of an olden city a young king rides ' in triumph- His armies have just returned from a sue EARLIEST FORM OF CARACLE.— A Torres Strait native boy using the shell of a green turle as a craft. (See letterpress on page 13.) cossful campaign, and the whole city gives itself up to festivity. Every win dow is crowded with joyous onlookers maidens strew flowers beneath the horse ?s feet, and great statesmen and old war riors follow him iu stately f recession, it is one of those moments when a. people f...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
SHIPPING ARRIVALS, OCTOBER 9. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 10 October 1926

SHIPPING ? ♦ ? : ? ARRIVALS, OCTOBER 9. TANGO WARU. C!-S3 tons, from Japan . Burns. 1'hilp. and Vn.. Ltd.. agents. LARGS BAY, JS.S-'itl tuns. -;ii-taiii W. SmiOi, from Lundou. via southern - purt?,. Passengers: .Metsdames J. Ashby aud familv. A. n:shop. W. Bro«Ti and family. It. CoiutcII M. Daniell. W. H. bodds, J. Estievcuart and infant. -M. Forsyth. i. Flndlay. and family, U. Greaves and family, S. flarlands. Hayes. A Irvine, D. Lowe. A. .1. Lamoiit. E. Kedfcarn. L. E. Russell, and family. A. Ure, K A-.?w«l^^?l M. Alexander. E. Craven. A. 11. -'-illaud H* Cliadwick and family, n. Codks.in. \v. itvno -tl ? I). Drummond. \V. Duncan. H. (J. Dn-w anj famify. C. Dieppe. Edwards and family, ?' . Fergustin, (;. Coss ami family. \V. O. (JreKory S. Glasgow, E. Grant and infant, A. Ho«e and family. II. Hankin, 4i. llarrisim. 1. .1ih--- lius. Johnson and family. .1. Lynn It. K Leedcr. M'Cartliy, M'Adam ami fainil.i K Miles, M. SI. Needham. T. Parkor. A. ' Rc-1 T. U. Richards and infant, II. ...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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THE TUBE INSPECTOR'S PUZZLE [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 10 October 1926

THE TUBE INSPECTOR'S PUZZLE ? _^ ? Mr. Black has just been appointed inspector of a certain system of tube railways, and it '; his duty 1o inspect regularly, within a stated period, all the company's 17 lines connecting 12 stations, as show on the bipr poster plan. Now ho wants to arrange his route so that it shall take him over all the lines with as little travelling as possible. He may begin where he likes and end where he likes. What is his shortest route 1 Could anything be simpler 1 But the reader will soon find that, how ever, he decides to proceed, the in spector must go over some of the lines more than once. In other words, if we say that- the stations are a mile apart, he will have to travel more than 17 miles to in spect every line.' There is the little difficulty. How far is he compelled to travel, and .which route do you recommend? Special book prize to the first competitor to send in the correct solution. The competition closes on Saturday, October 16. jfote. — Martin H...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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THE MAILS [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 10 October 1926

THE MAILS ! ? ? ? ! .Mails will close at the G.P.O.. Brisbane, fo' the following places: — i New South Wale's, Victoria, Soutb Aus- , tralia. and Tasmana, daily, except Sunday, Western Australia. Tuesdays, Thursdays, :in.l Saiur.lays, 7.3 .i.m. - ; Far Wectern Distiicts, Tuesdays and Fri- ! Jays. 1 p.m. ' ? Far Northern Mail, Eocfenampton, and ! Mackay. Mondays. Wednesdays, and Fridays, noon: panels. 10. IS a.m. Far' Northern Mail (supplementary), Kri by »sea, per Ursova. new - papers 10 a.m., pan-els !) a.m.. Octohi-r 12. Winton and Hughendeu (overland). Mon days and Thiir-diivs, 7 p.m. Central ' Districts, St. Lawrence, Sarina, , and Mackav. daily, except Sunday. 7 p.m. United Kingdom and Europe, per Clutral. money orut'T-s. n»nn; ri-sistorcd articles. 1 p.m. to day ; 'letter*. 7.5 a.m.. jiackets and - m-wspapers. (i.S a.m., October II. Supple montary money orders. 4 p.m.. rejristerpd articles' C p.m.. October II: packets. 6.5 a.m.. letters 7.5 a.m.. O -toller '2. Wholly, by sea. ...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
S"BROWN SUGAR" NIGHT OF LAUGHTER RENEE KELLY'S SUCCESS [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 10 October 1926

'BROWN SUGAR' ' NIGHT OF LAUGHTER REXEE KELLY'S SUCCESS i Laugli'er — nlniost continuous, ani] j .tuifonstraincil, liecntiso irrc.«i^tili!y { prompted \-y tlie imjiulsc of «pa rkMnj^ j liiiinour, hoard from a company oxj-ori- enccd in comody — frOfjticnt ly hold tip ! lite aeiioH at His Mnjesiy's on Satnr- '? day ntglit. It would- Iihvc created an i awkward hiatus moro'thnu onc« lidd | the company not had a liyolv souse of ' whore the audiotu-o would be m-ist \ auoioiy aiiuiM-u, anu nor ween suincj ently acuto. to syucliroiiise p;i lisa t ion j with Hie laughter. It has beet) well j sair] that effective pausation wilhout j losing grip is tlie crucial test of pro jection of personality over the fool lights. Vet in 'Brown Sugar,' which the Renee Koliy company is presenting i for three nights, laughter is at times ', uot a little akin to tears. ; Miss Kelly's reading of Lady Arthur j Lever's conception of a chorus girl I thrown into a quite exotic atmosphere ? and environment, followin...

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

T.C.BEIRNE'S FAMOUS FOOTWEAR FOR MEN Surprising fak^~30(X) pmr pMftifaase J\\ Quality Yearling Calf. /A^ i XT^V^ with Handsome Genuine w^^JBR k ^'^^ftr^X^ Welted Soles. BlackorTan. ^^^^^^^^^M [ Conservative^ a^^^bt * 1 WO § i YVPjP L% ^ s-- ?* * ' J^^r Besooke last - i ? ^ka ? = /y c7yitj/-/-//- «?* ^^ y^ J-5^^8H^B^-?\^ig8Ml = Black or Tiiru- = : 1^^* per pa if = -y ?sajA.cn.C'jJ i^ if i^Bm^Bf*^^ ^*^&K^KSK ~- b^** - | e ^ prefers Boots. This w| mSBMl /m^BH^BA. = IVH postircc. , j If pJ yi I a Quote. No. CB-B3. 1|^h8HI i jgSIH^B^^^A r^''''' f^ ^^^^^H^^pl^ limited ? 6MW^H5gaBl^^^ 0^^~ lN^£y ThcVdllet|. Brisbane. \ ff^) EQUALLY J ' EFFECTIVE »T«ANGLEFOOT Spray is powerful. It makes any room a death A.C-A.TitiGT * chamber for fliea and other disease-spreading household insects. MosoinrroES ? They die in swarm8-and stay dead' kJrtTnc nnintra The effectiveness of this powerful household insecticide will astonuh MUltD.KUAUfh£» and deli&ht you. Mosquitoes literally 'burn up....

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
FORT OF TRIPOLI A BIG UNDERTAKING [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 10 October 1926

FORT OF TRIPOLI ? ♦ ? A BIG UNDERTAKING To see the replica of the towering fort of Tripoli, built for the filming of a sea spe tacle. frowning through its gun barrels over the blue bav of C.ata iina Isthmus, brings to mind a massive pninti:.' done in colours with a giant's brush. For in the sea vista strctchinz below its rockbound wall, and within oasv eye-view of its battlements, rant ruu-ts and turrets, are lazy gunbonip. moored as though on j»1 : strip*1 'n'ii^i ^iiju(jc«. liiicfn-^' ifi(i corsair;*, and great - -auras-rigged frigates, in cluding mighty 'Old Ironsides.' This prt is= looked upon us a master niece, ihenroudest piece of work of f-'ir live?, by Mi men who made it fur ?Tames Ouzo's film sna battle epi-'.. 'Old Ironsides.' When Cruzc was as signed to direct, the picture he sailed to Tripoli to got maps, drawings, pjto to-rr:t)lis and paintings to be used for a faithful reproduction of the origin.-]! I locations. The photographs ;li,d j,]n,,s : were turned over to Edwar...

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

What About The Charleston? T& Iv: SO SHOCKING* ; SEE Next Tuesday Night i AT THE TROCADERO j Seven Charleston Champion Couples * competing in the i FIKA&. ?;F©£ - Sa VEBvCUP presented { by Queensland Dancing Teachers') Association* and following Cash] Prices:-— ?; FIRST, £25; SECOND, £10; THIBD, £5. I Q.D.TJL Adjudicators ate to select! the best three couples to dance off in \ the Grand Final on following Tuesday j night, from theBe Competitore: — Mr. BUCHANAN and Miss CONNELL, Mr. SEALS and Miss CLARK. Mr. THOMPSON and Miss WXNTOK. Mr. WALTON ^and Miss THOBNTON.i Mr. ADAMSON and Miss JACKSON j Mr. LEE and Miss COYXE. : Mr. BOWMAN and Miss X.ILLEB5. j ADMISSION, 2/. j FJBATUBBS OTHEE NIGHTS. \ MONDAY (2/), Popular Night. j WEDNESDAY (2/), Final of Ladies Jj Contest. Benefits: Coorparoo Ai Team Basket Ball Club, M'Whirtcrs-'{ Basket BaJl Club, Goodna School of | Arts Building Fund. i THURSDAY (4/4), Formal Night ! (Evening Dress). ; 1 RID AY (2/), Australian Champion-...

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

I 15,000 Miles 1 | around Australia ^^^JjS^, ?)[ ^ / The ^is*°^y of mowing in Australia contains hb'finer achievement than that V §|| % recorded by Mr. N. R. Westwood who has just completed a motor trip | W '% of 15,000 miles around Australia (at an average speed of 700 miles per week) fP ?si ^\ in an Essex car shod with * £\ W I v DUMLOP TYRES i m %(£\!lJ Leaving Sydney he chose a route through Queensland to Cairns, then across \M*J1I %W%m V)e.,Gulf countfY l° AliSe Springs, Port Darwin, Broome, Perth, Adelaide, b^IIII '' 'jgpSZ?- Melbourne, and back to Sydney — a greater part of which consisted of roadless Wg%mm \c\ \ country through desert, bush, and rock-strewn paths. The tyres used wtH {Mr* -d ** n 'Dunlops' and gave him 'the greatest possible satisfaction' throughout the V^ «? u whole trip. When its a question of withstanding the severest of driving over- \ (j) every condition of road — the superiority of 'Dunlops' is most pronounced. £» ;' - '? The quality and dependability o...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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CAPTAIN FRANK HURLEY [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 10 October 1926

CAPTAIN FRANK HURLEY When Frank Hurley gave his story of the Shackleton expedition in a Syd-j ney recently, the recital was so grip ping that even the most blase studio hand was enthralled^ A well-known busi: ness man of Sydney told the studio that he had a. large bridge party on that night, and at half past nine, when the captain started, they laid their hands down for a moment. 'Without any sug gestion of exaggeration it -was stated that bridflu was abandoned, and the whole room full were practically glued to the loud speaker until the recital was finished, at 10.30 p.m. So vivid were the effects worked into the picture and so dramatic was the tale told, that this night will be long remembered by listeners

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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FISHING NOTES (By "Trevally.") [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 10 October 1926

FISHING NOTES ! » ? : (By 'Trevally.') , ' High wator at the light house for iho week I undine October 16 : — a.m. ft tn p.m. rt In Minday ? U.31 5 S U.2S 5 0 Monday ? _ — -».,} 5 S Taesday .. .. .. 0.4 i : 0.4S 5 S »'i*ies-lay ? O.r.l 4 1 1.10 5 8 Thursday ? l.r.O i J i.42 5 8 Friday ? 3.1 S n 3.51 ,1 8 .Saturdar .. .... 4.35 5 5 J.1S 5 9

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 10 October 1926

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