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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 10 October 1926

Fradio concerts may sire pleasure for Uie moment, BUT . your household goods »nd fittings, ELECTRO OR NICKEL PLATED. -will do tne same and save you worry and work. Nothinc too small or too large for us. Call and see the most Up-to-date ELECTRO-PLATING WORKS } in tbe Commonwealth. JACKSON'S 'CLOCK HOUSE' 195 Elizabeth-street, BRISBANE. OVERELLS' WIRELESS SECTION ijust landed, a large shipment of 'PHOENIX' SPECIAL 4000 OHM 'PHONES (English manu facture)- PRICE, 15/6 PAIR These 'Phones have a moulded IBakelite Ear-piece, highly finished head bands, and are ad justable to fit the head in com fort. THE WEIGHT IS ONLY 8oz. Equal in every respect to the much higher priced 'phones. See our Window Display of these 'Phones. ANOTHER GREAT OFFER 'PHOENIX' SLIDE COIL SET, complete with Special 4000 Ohm 'Phones, Crystal, 100ft Aerial Wire, 4 Insulators, Pore. Lead-in Tube, and Lightning Ar rester. PRICE, 32/6 Wireless Demonstration Daily Come along and hear one of our Three Valve Sets going daily...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
KING GUSTAV SOCIALIST SWEDEN MODERN BERNADOTTE [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 10 October 1926

KING GUSTAV SOCIALIST SWEDEN MODERN BERNADOTTE 'How can one have a king aud a socialist government?' a lady asked. Well, they do. in Sweden, and they get along very well, t«o. This is partly due to the character of King Gustav . himself ., He is a simple man, who dislikes romp. He is happiest when off on a fishing expedition with one old ? boatman. A. few weeks ago, visiting a Stock t*«'*f jjun«--*»-*f * \.viucuv » a, - * t^ll/lllV lUlll Hit' list chanced to lookup at a box in line with, his stall. There sat the king and queen, enjoying the play like all the rest. No one took .any notice of them. The band did not play tho royal anthem. When the play was over, king and queen came out through the ordin ary exit with the regular theatre crowd .He is a democratic king, with a very solid basis of old Swedish courtesy and dignity behind. He works bard, goe« everywhere and knows every one. He is reputed to have visited every con siderable industrial enterprise in the land. He is fine tenni...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
PARIS IN THE LOOKING GLASS PARIS, August 18. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 10 October 1926

|PARIS« m LOOKING GLASS (By Germaine.) ||| 2!!^^===*=* .... 8——- PABIS. Augflst IS The great race — I*e Grand Prix de Deauville— has been ruu, bnt that does not mean to $?y that the season is at an end, — by no rbeatiA&s a matter of fact, the s^asdu liec^Hfes tiot end till the begiamne of Se^JP^er. and many people linger for a couple of weeks or so jnorfe, bnt. reveiions a nos moutons' — that is to say to the Grand Prixl It is a wonderful srene. It is Vanity Fair at the top of its bent. The men. in their tall hats who looks so distinguished, and f- into the enclosure, are members of the Jojkey Club. The women with theni generally wear thoee Simple, cleverlook ing clothes, which suggest to 'mere man. a modest dressmaking bill. They fill the uninitiated woman with envy, and make her very dissatisfied with her o\m inexpensive frock- She knews juet where those simnle things come from. Only a bi*r dressmaker could make that milky-looking mousseline-de-soie, with the blue sash tha...

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

*Ptkldy heat is due to too much clothing ~ fL|=L . iL J4=B9^H|f ^^^^^ or tough dines coming next to the skin. ^ :|s I ! jjj j: ^S^^^^ ' /\^T Drest the bafy as tocttyds possible and ~%%lMj\ Sk^w- _. / 4H?i put sodium bicarbonate mto the bath, a jg gJ^J! LS^^^B^^M^^fffi Tj tdbltipoonful to the gallon of water.' M^^^^^^SS^l£^^2 .M$^^^^S^fflmB Buy U from your iocal Chemist How to keep baby's skin in good condition during the hot weather Chafing and prickly heat make fretful babies, and to diese skin affections babies are especially liable in hot weather. To save the baby from the misery they caW, dress him lightly, ba&e him . . mote dian once a day and use toilet powder more freely dian ever. The skin of the young baby is very delicate and it is opprime importance diat die baby powder which touches htm so intimately and lodges in die tender iblds of his skin should be absolutely pute* fine, absorbent, diat its action should be such as to neutralize die irritating acids of pers p...

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

THE UTTIE FROCKS ? ? ? (By Getmaine.) English and American ^vomen. some times pctulsuitly ask: '^Vhy should tto l-e forced to oomt1 to I.iris to buv the simplest dresses! 'Why not buy them at home? Very well, Mndaruc, try it. You Eng lish or American 'petit- robe' will in cvitablv Inck that indefinable 'souie- tUimr,' the turnine of a cuff, a bit of ribbon, a cut of the sleeve — 'some- And instead of a ittlc dress carrying its cachet of distinction and cut. you will nave just a little dros.*. Petite robes belong to women of all classes: ultra fashionable yo-mp bour geoises, middle-aged, nil need these 'tween frocks. Ti-*\v are worn for after noon sboppinjr. for informal calls, for indoor work, for a dozen occasions that must be classified under 'daily/' For the past two vears. the petite robe fallowed the general trend, and we found them very straght, made up of two straight seams, with a little cellar and fa small belt with short or Iaii2 sleeve- according to the indivi dual taste ...

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

SCARF ENDS Patte/ned ends which will wash can quirklv be added to multi-collared crepe -7e Chine scarves. Cut the hem -pieces of crepe de Chine 'of the colour selected for the background to the size reauirpd and either machine or vein them to the scarf. Mix any kind of dye, which does not require boiling, in the' colour or colours wanted, and prenare i stencil of the design. Annlv *he dve in the manner uSual when stencilling, allowinar it to ? k well iuto the material- Finish ac cording to the directions given with the dye.

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

REX PURE FOODS I in I Half Pound Cans 1 . ??-??' 1 For the convenience of small families, newly married jg couoles, and residents of flats, we pack leading lines : fi of the REX Canned Delicacies in half pound cans. ' IB You will appreciate the economy of this handy size. Ailb ^ S tin contains sufficie'* for your lunch, your wpper, or your .-' S breakfast — no bits left over, nothing wasted. ' . ' IH Th«a«e are tbe lines we oflFer in lib cans as well as in the IH well-known lib size: — - IH Rex REX-PYE in Jelly . Rex Pork Satttaec S Rex Pork and Beans in Tomato Rex K-beJB (Kidneys, Beans and jjj| Sauced Bacon) . S Rex Baked Beans in Tomato Rex Devilled Kidneys B Sauce B Rex Lorraine Smoked Sausages Rex Ox Tongue. H The ]lb cans are similar to the larger size, 8 perfectly hygienic (solderless) and bear- - m ing the same attractive label. The con- B tents are th« same — excellent, d«4ic?«us, -jm pure — qualities, which have made Rex B produc*«4 f«»»»»ous th-ou»hout Australia. ? Mm The...

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

THE JEWELLERY CRAZE Osffntatiou in tie matter of wear ing, .icwelly. which showed recently a marked return to T)o.rtularity. seems to have been short lived for at, present the fcuffe bangles, diadems, etc.,- which found favour some mouths, etc.. which nearlv so much in evidence. The vogue was Teadily adopted a while back, many prominent, picture ac tresses following the trend iu that direction. ? Among these was Pola Negri, who is at present ens-aged in the making of the picture 'Hotel Imperial' for that organisation. Recent photographs of Miss Kesri, however, appear to indicate that the fashion is waning. Possibly the ultra barbaric .effect of heavy ornamentation, caused many to hesitate to follow the leader in this matter. For euch time as the vogue held, je wellers reaped a steady harvest. More earrings were sold during the past seveu or eipht months in America aud Paris, than the trade known since Vic torian times. ,

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

it l\ f i in! ifi?-///;/f'/3wB I — -» ^- ?^-m*£. lm . G^% /tS8»w Price 9/6, 13/6 and 18/6 per Bottle, frorat If llff fgT»5%fcy ^^^uifigSh. *H Chemists, Perfumers and Stores VI .Jjjf firP^Si^*— Hk^|!o\ All line* alao i* 'A.fce* of Violete' ^ «J IJJ P^JfcULfc sj^^TTT^j^gfe I To A. BOURJOIS ET CIE, Ltd. (Dipt, ft . jj HI -^ ^sis^r-JSs^^iBSfllllll ? BrouehtonHoiise, 177-179 Clarence St., Sydney j-n ill ^^^ ^ : I endote 2/» pleue send, peat free, the *SlJ iW . ^^v^^^^^^^*=='^ ? '7?s-fieS-*ff!aroS- ptwflMTiftn ewe coattining Perfume If fir SofhaiyoBBJByteittlteseesqmmte Ashes of RosesPrepar- ? Ntmt ? jl L i^-^r^s^^^'RW«ari:± i *~ ? y ME Breashton Hmise, whentfas beautiful presentAlioo case At ? - /oB if - . Perfume and Face Powder will be »ent to you u»w» free. J Team — . ? ? ? ^jfr{ ftio. New Zealand Address: Young's Buildings, : ' _ (gVTflli jfiSjfc o Customs House, ttuay, WeUington. | ^ .A fe ., ,-^jlP H -dzz/fl tike somtim^the sane & for f ; At twenty-tmo beautiful t tttafr* ,...

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

PAINTED SHAWLS The new shawls are making their ap pearance everywhere- They are oblong in shape, and'^velvt... ?-.- sometimes sewn rounC the x-k and 'down the front, the rest of.it;l)rin!i'iedff1«-d with deep fringe. They *-ave to be -Torn in a. certain way. following 'the lilies of the figure, and the woniian who acpeaxs in a Snaiii*-'- shawl thrown ?tound her looks frumpy by com parison..

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
GOOD GOODS Found in America Publicist's Admiration [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 10 October 1926

GOOD GOODS Found in America Publicist's Admiration Sir Leo Chiozza Money writes in Lon don 'Daily Chronicle': In America I discovered, four centu ries after Columbus, some things that 1 disliked intensely, and not a few that filled me with admiration. On the whole. I should put it that America is to be sung rather for Goods than for Good. null? x ucui niui auuit: mucii\.tiu miij^o that are worth our respectful attention. First, as to American railways. I be lieve they kill more people to tbe thou sand miles than ours do, but I am bound to sny that if you are not killed vou are otherwise very comfortable- T n ui. one who. as my Irish relatives would say, would travel a long way to avoid a railway journey, and I looked for ward with ^piiu apprehension to my thousands of miles on the dreary Ame rican winter plains. I fouud, however, that American trains do not tire you like English ones. Perhaps that is be cause the great width of the ears allows them to be better, sprung. However that...

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

Mildew on Roses — «. — Eose mildew can be kept ii: chock by using ammoniacal copper solution, which is made by dissolving three ounces of copper carbonate in one quart of am nuiuir.. Agitate the liquid until the cop per is completely dissolved, and use one part to 100 parts of water. Roses that arc subject to mildew should be sprayed with this solution as a preventive. - Under some conditions a man can make more noise in th? world by keeping his mouth shut than in any other way.

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

Watering Pot Plants — : — -«. ? Watering Is a most important opera tion in the culture of pot plants, and, if performed hastily without due re gard to the needs of the plants, suc cess will not bo achieved. To give water at stated times must eventually prove disastrous, for piaiits vary in their requirements, and must be treated accordi'nglv. With those thru Lave filled the soil with roots the result of careless w.ateriug will not be so soon apparent as with plains whost; ro«t system is not fully de veloped, bui. in either case, it is necca sury to know when to give water, and to act upon the knowledge. The needs of t^e plaifts iu this re spect may be ascertained by lifting the pots. and. after ;i little practice, the. novice will soon l-\ini how to pro ceed. A pot that' is comparatively light has less moisture in tlie soil than one that is licavicr, and tiiis may lib taken as the first step in mustering the art- pi watering. Again, by sharply rapphtjj the pot the sound may b'p take...

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

SILK GEORGETTE FROCKS AT VOILE PRICES! ? Qil one pnee ^ Q-^fe] [.{SSSOfe EXTBAORDINJLUY VALUE. — The B'rocks illustrated arc made o£ Figured Siik Georgette, triinmcd of self and -wid? Guipure Lace, in 10 shades. Some ol the prettiest and daintiest designs shown this season, all with long sleeves. A great deal of thought has been bestowed in the makin?. The measurements are: — Hips: S.W. 3S/40iii, W. ?12/44JE. O.S. 44/48in. Full and roomy, with big anrdioles. Tliis is an esceutiona) offer. Ilemembcr! Silk Grirgettr. Usually Priced, £5/19/6. £6/6/, and £6/19/6. SPECIAL AT 59/6 and 69/6. These frocks will be supplied to country customers in rotation while they last. ishin$) can Smart Ready-to-Wears 29/11 In Fancj' Swiss Straws, all the newest colours, trimmed with self- toned ribbon. PRICE 29/11 Free Taxi Service f jom Valley Corner TAKE THE SPECIAL REEL CAB from the VALLEY C0BNER to BARNES'. You are Invited to step in. Buns every few minutes from 10.30 a.m. to 3.30 p.m. MEN'S SAVINGS ...

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

p jam ksep(^'J^L£K WORLDS RECORDS. ^^^^^-v --V^x'^ WKIST AND POCKET I WATCHES i1 // JFor Bot/i Aleii and Women \ ^X^yV AT ALL GOOD JEWELLERS. ^^^^J ' Ljffi-SL No More ? WEAK - NOW ,9k \ I ! :^WSICKNESS ; %SP^*£fp\&&f ^° More fi^eumatisni, Backache, or Other : . '^^ ^Jlj^gp?* ? Aches aad Pains I - POISONED y ||tf AND Startling Benefits when Health-Destroying Poisons are ? : '. 8L00D V VIGOURS Driven out this Harmless -Way ! \ ( BftCKACHE ^HAN » OULLSiCK BRtOfTtYES ; aMMWO* COMPLEXION Your blood decides your health and happiness, and will decide how long you'll live I Blood !? LIFE; and if uric - acid poisons are 'doping' yonr blood — get them out ?? QUICKLY 1 Get Back Your Health! This -msy U now ea!j\ Simply take Harmon's Till*, the one remedy guaranteed : to give real benefit or cost nothing— the most cttective remedy for Sidney, Bladder, and Urinary aiB ever devised. ; £|AA Will be paid to any one proving this {('not a safe and -effective remedy, bearing a genuine ...

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

Quick Reliet to BRONCHIAL SUFFERERS hil ok ttt guar ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^H _ «nn* rhi bjosi widely ' oie-l s temed* lot,. wh&omns. coogb and rowmodic aoap ' . ; ^tst IB* ^^^^^^^^^^^ Sold by yon* Chuuist / - 1KB VAPO-CRESOLEl^E fep. , 62 CottUndt Street New York. U S. A. ?-?'?' 9 THE NEW FRENCH REMEDY. No.t XTHFRAPIONSS1 Bo. 1 tor Bladder Caftan*. Ho. I tor Blood * BklnOlsaaaas. Mo.3forChn-nIcW«alraeuas Sold by leading Chemises or return nail from Ba.t.KCl.EKCM«il.Co.Ji»TitKockBdjrWAi.on*»

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

A PROUD MOTHER ? 'I wish to tell you of the fiood work that your wonderful Hoboleine has done for my baby, \tho. when three months old,' suffered from a wasting disease, and only weighed 5 pounds . 'Having heard of Tour ,Boboleine, I, decided to try it, putting one eggspconful to each bottle — (my baby was then sis months, and rery tins), and have continued It until now, and am glad to say I have found it most successful. My baby is now 11 months, and wcichs 251b. 'A few months back people I met in .stoops and trams would say. 'Look at. that poor little baby,' but tn-day, wherever I go, I hear, *Wbit a lovely baby,' and 1 am no longec, ashamed , of him but a very proud mother. '*? enclose two photos, of my baby, takem when he was nine months, for you to form an idea of Iris condition.' (Sgd.) Mrs. B. D. Gordon, 23 Ferry-street, Kangaroo Point, Bris bane. Every mother has good reason to be proud when she gets her little ones on to the right health track. Y-r can get a sample -£ Robol...

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 — 10 October 1926

PUZZLES KIBBLE-MB-REE. Mt first is in sweet, but not in sour; My second Is in minute, bat not in hour; My third is in banner, but not in Sag; ily fourth is in saunter, but not in lag; My fifth is in stew, but uot in boU : My sixth is in labour, bat not in toil; I brine the snow and rain together. ? And I am renowned for my miserable weather SENTENCE MAKIKG. Hake a sentence out of tho folloiving letters: — y yuxyyubicuryy for . - me . ' ? Sent by Albert Sounders. Tingal Hill. Conundrum:' What is it that holds water ': although it is fall of holes! Conundrum: What trade is that whose best works are trampled underfoot? ' Martin Hambleton -will acknowledge all answers if received by Saturday, October 16. ANSWEBS TO PUZZLES OF SEPTEMBER 25. Jtiddle-me-ree : Bullpr. Arithmetic puzzle: 7. '. ' Conundrum: Tissue paper. Conundrum: Xts beams. V Correct answers were received from the ?'/? fol'bwiaj::— : . A. Offi. Eagle Junction. 1, 2, 3. S. Boys, ? Greenslopes. 2. B. Wynne, Corinda. 1. 2. ? ....

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 IF YOU WAWT TO JOIN THE l:.\ BOY SCOUTS !;?.?„ MARTIN HAMBLETON '''?'??? Will give you the NAME AND ADDRESS OF THE NEAREST LOCAL ASSOCIATION. Stop v-' **' . ^vsiub jjft&& on tiic i»m '''yp Helling ^or* -'?- ttent of skm disease; — the first drops soothe ?V-- and cool— the itching stops— the fire is out ; ' ,' , of eczema— relief is instant. t:.;''. To fcave the skin refreshed— to have the ;/?:.?;.-' jsqres, icncjts. eruptions, the blemishes, pim ^:'-;iae»,; roughness, disappear— *© have, once v; ?: more, a smooth clear healthy «urfaceXthis is ;£? ;; .^the/work ofDexma. ?'-?-: .' ' Derma is tne true agent far dan vnd scalp j-'V/jV.rasease^i It vanishes into the. 'tissues — ft ^?^^ESSSfjS16 E^°n» J6*'51* ao*tains, 00 tm k 9,ijjaeasant odors. ''^Shi-'^igg-Pyg physician win prescribe Dexma ^?^Kfetft-*1'8 been positively endorsed- by tea ..,; v;-*ghagaad doctors.- It has healed cases of skin '?^'A'^iaiS*fyB-pwiiKmncrd; incurable, and it will i v;- JffCKh.jjOMr case. . ....

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

School Athletics MARTIN HAMBLEVON ?will be pleased to receive the current Magazine issued by the College and Schools, and Date and Particular of SCHOOL ATHLETIC MEETINGS. SEE THESE LOW-PRICED MODELS A HAWK-EYE ? ? K,ir and a new KODAK - ^=^ Here is a real camera. making pictures ; jgSg/gA ? ~' ^p °^^ ^4 3t 3J inches* at the low price of flHffi^BM 1 . (HmiBMg 10/6. It's the model B-Hawk Eye, fWapH^i, JgB ||SBH|HISH| with its tested lens, instantaneous {iBfllnBSBBC^ U^^^H|H|EHHl shutter and two view finders. Bull 1 if KUbV I^^^Hfllil^^H The new Vest Pock4t Kodak. Model S^ljlJiJfflJ' f^H^ESilHBI B, is onlv a handful, but is a real {l|rag£^3Sj^ . ^^^B^Uf^HB Kodak, and an excellent picture- jgnfeg^^^ir . : Of at dealers in Kodak Supplier and KODAK (Australasia) PTY LTD. 250-252 QUEEN ST., BRISBANE. WICKHAM ST., THE VALLEY And TownswUe. Toowootnbs. Roekhamplon. »-d,»0 - Ule» «nd N.Z. ? ^_ TI16 JBLiUllcS Your Doctor 'will tell you that Constipation is the chieS cause oS Depression, Lassitu...

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