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BARBARA'S LUCK Depends on the Viewpoint [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 10 October 1926

BARBARA'S LUCK Depends on the Viewpoint (By EsteUe Thomson.) -- People often said of Barbara Mason that 'she never Had much luck.' and certainly her plans seemed to gang agley more often . than not. For in stance, Barbara never could resist the appeal of a sick or injured creature, furred or feathered. She had a won derful hand with animals, and ier paueuiB aiways recovered, ana were uVnally immediately afterwards over taken bj disaster in some form, t. -.Bare-Bra was always broken-hearted, but imagination cannot picture what sort or menagerie she would have had in'; !»«? peaceful hill-top dwelling if these creatures had all lived, so after all— - 'She war tall, and of the build that, used to be called 'buxom' — a real bush-woman, warm-hearted, and simple in her tastes. . She waB secretly a little proud of her erect, strong figure, and always wore gowns which 'fitted.' adhere was no question of waists high a»d low with Barbara — her waist was at her waist. Her bad luck never fclonde...

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

: ; ~iQ.| .\_. '.'*' '.,'.? CHEAP. PREPAID RATES:— 16 words (not exceeding 3 lines), 9d per insertion; each additional 6 words ZSU Limit, 54 words (not exceeding 9 lines). 'V'wl 1 Frof essionat Engagements ^OWaRI); FROST.- late Chief fiailway VS**:*Anditar. Registered -Tax Ajrent. Audit. IPS Accounts. - etc.. Park-road, Hilton. :*jfoone .Tooivcng SIS.; jfcVQOTi News. Why pay more than 5/ for :?*^ suils, ovpreoatE, furs, frocks, to be dry jjtjpaned and pressed, our latest process, up lio-date machinery enable? us to give your /?city our' latest valet Fcrvic». King Central -3ilO/. .Vans . collect and deliver. Repairs .?? speciality. The Brisbaue Valet Service, /3g9 Qneen-Et.. nest Extou House. : - Situations Vacant V' ? '. ? . ? \A — AWAITING Engagement, all classes .-£*? reliable domestic workers, hotels, eafts. stations, farms. Kowte'.,. 243 Cieor^estreet. 3$\iiE as»0L-. BOQT Trade, wanted Clickers to work «itek ins press. ' 'Apply, Tlic Davey Ualliday ^Company. Ann-street. BOY want...

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

FINISHING TOUCHES A iur£p. and fluffy Malmaisou ^arna »on made of feathers is a smart and decorative addition, to .1 sports costume, and even t.ho informal jumper — that is, ncoovding to Paris. White collars adorn the latest French frocks. A collar and pleated jabot of white r-repe de Chine have a touch of gaiety in their bands of blae-dotted crepe de O)l,TlA T?1A T'll^flt T« TClTtO*lt^fl Till +!%& cuffs. The sailor collar lias coT.ie back to 3 place of fashion importance, and ap pears in white organdie with a red silk bow. j America's lavounle early settlers { are thosi; who pay up promptly the j first of each month. * 1 Many a poet hss accumulated money l.-y keeping his fancies to him self and tloing other work. Sonic men believe in l^ng ^ng3g-?- ments, but thp average girl is will ing to take (liances on auy kind.

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

^^PNG . PIGEONS . p $$&$£ AND NOTES *?? ;'.'#'i -*y 'Bing.-'- *S^12*!|*&»7-;jf the ~«}.H.S. despalohcd a ?^|l1Baihi'« birds to thfi stationtaaster «?» mamtar j^etion, iaa miles. t' » . J^'S TO KOV1CES. L ,. ' *a »ot: advisable to breed on wholesale S-ifi*8* W ?*» fflrant your birds to do well in f;'2* IW»g tSw|)«c^.. li ib therefore time to j£»6«i*er rtrjv carefully the condition of ^'A?llr Krt* \.- Have you noti.ed how- they #Wrt worV«4 in tVaininc. and th«. fir^t t,-w I JJ ? I'lfl-Ihev come home iiipco'l »uH ? ?:*« ?«. i* w « v-ry bad j-ipn It. fan he taken -:*$* «r»jit«i. tj»at. when * bird returns f«t! *£?-'?. ringer' ?' tancicr can hope f ? r ^-ot.d fc The jri-tat piinc is It- rrmtniior «'.«-jiv-, Jh ifiet rood t*._jour birds may W vou must |S-B«t stamen -them up in tiuir wori:. Ymi f| *'»H *a«t *v«ry ounre of ttrunfflh and &::.¥***& atoned up in jour birds f r tlie ioiu % **6ti»ce races. It is |)orliar-.- advis-ahle to fe {'Otr yot-r bira.s jo h...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
REEL TAXI CABS PUBLIC'S GOOD SUPPORT [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 10 October 1926

REEL TAXI CABS ' PUBLICS GOOD SUPPORT i VTlt Tir* «f tte- strons support that has s ft*'-B1B-Jri^' V «-e rwblic of firiA,nMo ?' ''« «*f1 Tsjci-rshs. the Returned Soldiers* '?? a » .?? . ? ^«r*'-c -b* past weeV. re : ' ? 2£C*B-- ♦**' »'-«-ln-«m fare from 1/9 in 1/3. ; ITiis redm-.tjon- oonld be nrmii-ht about hy t Hie «ond bu*in«f th»t has be«n built up fliitine fke first three month*' nperafiom i »f the tasi »m-. and 4he directors felt ?1, lh«t H-e puWir were entitled to a' redne. 1 1 r'* °* 'f'1r€s ** tona *8 5t was warranted Lfjby. the prtivities of the service. ? A modern teienhoae system his been K. installed. r»niT-risiB-r so direct lines te t-»he aeaot from «-ar!on-: parts of the city f-.*r-d siiburby. By this system lo^s of i.-timx i« T»ra--tic3Tljv eliminated, and patrons ; osfnjr the rabs are able to sertire a taxi at . a ttnrn*nt.'s n of ice from the nearest ^t«nn*. Some little «ptwehenslon ha« .exiKtrd in -the poblit mind as to the n^e af tb* teVphonfn that have been inst...

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

BVBBEE SOUKD. While it is akaya dangerous to prophesy as toff^rds rubher, I think flic jp6«-iHf--i appr3rs to be sound and ilthat ttp may anf j«^ipat-. saiisfactorr prif-ef for tbfl current ^par. — Mr, Mon tagu -T Bsttye (Pcralj 'Rubber).

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

NOT HIS CHOICE. A young man about to be married told hb best man he would leave all the wedding arrangements in his hands, even to the selecting of the hymns. On the day of the wedding, when the bricle entered the church, the organ struck up 'Not mine, not mine by choice.' 'After the ceremony and the bride and bridegroom were about to leave the church, the organ again struck up with 'Fight the good fight with all thy might.'

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

IF SPARED. There was a dispute in progress in the cemetery between two of the sextons, who were roth Irishmen. 'No, Michael,' said one, *'I don't like .his cimetry a bit, I doii'r.' 'Ocb,' said the other, ' 'tis a inoighty foinc cimetry.'' ''Xo,' persisted the first. 'I don't like it. Xever did, and, pwhat's more, I'll never be buried in it as long as I live.' For a moment Michael pondered ever the other's dictum, then he shook his head. 'Ye're an onreasonable fule, to be 6ure, Pat,' he remarked slowly. 'Why, man alive, 'tis a foine cimetry, and if me loife should be spared, why, then, I'll be buried in it, too!''

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

OF COURSE! The captain was examining the ambi tious young man who wanted to be a gunner's mate. He asked him several Questions, and was not at all pleased with the answers tie received. At last he said, in despera tion: — 'How ueh does a six-pound shell weigh?' 'I don't know,' the other confesses. 'Well,1' was the next question, 'what time does tb- twelve o'clock train Jeave?' 'Twelve o'clock.' 'All right; then how much does a six pound shell weigh?' 'Ah!1' said the youthful mariner, as he suddenly saw light. ''Twelve pounds.'

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

ON CONSIDERATION. Quite reeentl a farmer's widow. w?io was trying to carry on things by herself. ?xperieneed trouble wiih her hens. So she wrote to the editor of the local agricultural paper and asked for his advice. 'Something must be wrong,' she wrote, 'for it is quite a customary thing to find two or three lying on the ground. cold and .stiff, with their legs and feet in the air. What is the matter?' After four weeks had gone *by the lady farmer received a letter from the paper. 'Dear Madam,' it ran, 'Wo conclude that your chickens are dead.'

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
TOWSVILLE RACES NO BOOKS BET [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 10 October 1926

[?] NO BOOKS BET 'TGWNS\iliLE, Saturday.— There' was a fair attendance at the meeting of. the Townsville Turf Ciub. The absence of bookmakers no doubt affected the attendance Eomewhat. Ee sults :— FIRST DIVISION. KINGSMAN, by Kinc's Scholar— Lady Poslnottc. 8.4 ? 4 .. (Ford) 1 DAVE BROWN. 7.7 .. .. .. ^(Tucker) 2 MERRY CHIP. 7.8 ? ? (Crbpp) 2 Five starters. Won by three lengths ; two lengths. Time 1.15 3-5. Dividends. £1 Is and 7s 6d. SECOND DIVISION. LENSF1ELD, by Sunstar— Canvas Back, fl-9 ? .- .; (G. Davies) 1 DEER GLADE. S.I ? (Tucker) 'i LITTLE WONDER, 8:2 ? (Perkins) 3 Eight starters. Won by a long;' a length. Time, 1,8 1-5. Dividends, 36s 6d and 6s. THffiD DIVISION. TALON, ty Vert Gallant— Eagle Girl. 7.10 MR.' BUZLEY,'8.d*.V '.'♦ '(Willo^ghby) 2 ELPHIMSTONE. 9.0 ? (Thomas) 3 Six started. Won by half a head: half a length. Time, 1.3 1-5. Dividends, £1 Ss and OS. FOCRTH DIVISION. QUEEN. SCHOLAR, by King's Scholar ? Fairy, 9.0 ? „ ? (Davies) 1 OLIVE'S SISTER. S.S .. .. (Willoug...

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

ONE WHO KNEW. At a county cricket match play was proceeding s'owly. A man who rarely watched cricket was becoming exns perated. He did not realise that the sit nation called for cautions play. Finally, when one of the batsmen natted the ground several times with his bat, the ? 'i ex-Maimed angrily: 'What on earth is the fellow doing?' ''Digging for worms for his ducks,' ?-aid an old stager at his elbow.

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
TOOWOOMBA RACES HUNT'S FOUR WINNERS [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 10 October 1926

TOOWOOMBA RACES — ♦ HUNT'S FOUR WHWERS TOOWOOMBA. Saturday — The ex-Brisbaae Jockey, R. Hunt, bad a day out at the Turf Club's races at Clifford Park ihi&' afier uoou. U15 tb-tt mount ran third, aud\ tuen bo look tile next three races in succession. I Ue vat a !ao on tbe last winner, making four iu jll. The weulher was ? flue, aud tbt) aticcdance food. An inquiry ivab lield into tuo runniug of La Field in the first Division, in which s-he ran second to ncr stable mate. La Bonto. The explanation tendered was accepted. The sun) oi £'J»0 10s passed through the 10s tote. It is understood that the club will lose between' i60 aud £70 on the meeting. The pro gramme totalled £400, an increase of .£100. Kesults: — riKST DIVISION 6 l'urlonss. LA BONTE. bv Lord i'oo'.e — La Trompe, 7.10 ? (A. King) 1 LA FIELD. 9.0 ? (\V. Neiloon) 2 BRIGHT GEAXN, 8.4 .... (R. Hunt) 3 Also started: Future Hopo. D.9 (il. Trimmer); Levento, 0.9 CP- O'Neill); Lurcbilly, S.u (,J. Carroll) ; Fahmey Uey, 7.12 ...

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

WIRELESSED a. BESIDE THE POINT. The toaelier was giving a losson on the Creation. Vut was finding it hard to hold the attention o£ the class. Suddenly Thompson, the least atten tive of all. interrupted with the re mark: — ' 'My father f^ys we are descended frr^ni avps, sir.' '?'Well,' said the teacher, sharply, 'your urivnte family matters have no in terest for the class.'

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
KEDRON AMATEUR RACING CLUB ACCEPTANCES. 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 10 October 1926

KEDRON AMATEUR RACING CLVB ACCEPTANCES. The following are the acceptances for the meetinc of the above club, to be bcld at Ked ron Park to-morrow (Monday). Ootober II:— MAIDEN HANDICAP, about 5 Furlongs. . st lb Rt 1b Halencis 9 3. rhlialiee K 7 King Burcside 0 0 Hark Earl « 7 Bomljora S 12 Rcvalc 9 1 Clydemount 8 10 Darkness 8 .5 Jack Pan S 10 Bill Syco « 5 StrongwaU S 30 K«raat 8 ,% Sir Satin . « S . Chantlc Maid 8 .3 Pinkeu Lad u 9 Apple 35py ? 8 « Masuu. ? ? 8 7 .Report, . v*vA ™^^ FOUBTH DlW^Ot - . _, TT Ida?Iaddo . - S.^P-~ aiudeeree., ??? -« 8 dSU iftwwtft : 9- ;$? -3Jlijimlfec ? 8 'J Tontina -0 S Jrorward Xoily 8: T Hotspur . S- 15 Cheval . DfOr .: 8.. 3 Mr: Prominent 8 12 «5nntovrer - 8:3 I#ady Carroll 8 12 Daisy Hill * 3 THIBD DIVISION. Wenlock . 9 10 Prince Sunny 9 0 Mirupep !» 7 Kerella 8 10 Ad. Flippant £- ' Voealion 8 10 Mistake 9 4 Within the Law 8 7 Salt A!r 9 0 Eudoress . S 3 SECOXD DIVISION. Lorette to 10 Topoast 8 12 Ardenfour 0 7 Earl Scotiird - U Scoria « 7 Bit ...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
This is WHERE WE SMILES LISTENING-IN [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 10 October 1926

F--^htfBftasusiffiicrri LISTENING-IN ? ♦ - .. Dissrs: 'Wliy »lid you (rive tljat foi tunp teller a dollar''' Rigcs: 'Slip looked at my hand and said I was of a cf-n--roiis dTsposition. I couldn't ca'l her a liar, could I';'1 R5i:hljoy: 'What I'5 your ambition'* R'^-'iinan: 'To dp rich enough to own a nmtor car of my own.' 'But yon already own two cars, don'* you ?': '1 know that: frit vou don't know how t!rcd I've grown having to nnni'1 will) the '.v-i^f r-r my dai^sMors anil s^n --vi-r^ r.mo I want to u^e one of tln»m.' Far^or (to chemist. \; 'Now, h«- suro in' tvr'tf- plain on them !-ottloa which is rnr t;1P Jfrscv fo-K and \v1ik-'i i« for mv wi 'e. I don't want rothia' to ?appcn ^o that Jersey cow.' Mactav!«!h: -'Ah thocM Donal' mid '?ae roarr:pd a wotnan wi' farming ex p°rienoe. f?!ie wud hac hc-vn a power o' help tas him.' M'Hatrcis: 'But. trjon, V.e's engaged to a nurse.' 'Ay, hut he doesn't expect tae be ill all his life, rl'cs he?' Milford — 'Oh, I forgot to send you a rupv ...

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

'HO NOT TOUCH.' Better a window bos. of lobelias in a third floor back room than a public square in ttdIcTi visitors are requested not to touch. — Father Bonald Ejios. POTENCY OF THE WEED. Some neglected vreed may yet over throw 3iJ current a^ricaiture.— Dr. L. H. B^ilp^.

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
TEA DAINTIES LITTLE CAKES SPECIAL RECIPES [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 10 October 1926

TEA DAINTIES — ?♦ — LTTTLE CAKES SPECIAL RECIPES Afternoon tea parties owe mwh of their su cess to the variety and dainti ness of thp little cakes that are served with the tea or coffee- At this time — the j spring of vear — when tea parties are popular, recipes for novel dainties or old-time favourites are sure to please These vrhi'h follow hnve been specially selected for this reason: — B:ihbt» Bread. To make bubb'e bread or slim c.Rfce, ta*e one cuti'u! plain Uout and one tenspoonful butter. Rub the butter well Into the flour and moisfen in a fa!-!y firm dough with cold wa*o-. Bol! out thin, cut Into convenient m«cos and b^' on aTi oven shelf in a one fl-e stove or * n seon.» tray In a cap oven. The ovct tli-Tild be well heated before putting In the bread. Brttorfllcs. ? | F-ur or five er3'. 1 l^vel bresfcfastcunful rf cas'or snpar. % breajrfas;-cu'fu) of flcmr, 3 rounded tabl '-snoonfu'.s butter. Senarste the yolks and' ?whites of the me. whip the whites to a stiff froth, and be...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
MANFRED ADDS TO CUP ADMIRERS PANTHEON'S CUP TRIAL Convincing Win in Plate BATTLEMENT STAYS WELL Ariedon Gives Promise LAST DAY AT RANDWICK [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 10 October 1926

mANFREB ADDS TO CUP ADMIRERS ( i ???' ;'?)?; - I '??? -'.. : .'??'' PANTHEON'S CUP TRIAL ? ♦ Convincing Win in Plate BATTLEMENT STAYS WELL Arieddn Gives Promise LAST DAY AT RANDWICK SYDNEY, Saturday. — Iu pterf.H-t wosther tlic AJ.C. .Spring nipetins ooueludod at Randwick. this afternoon THE STABLE SURPRISED. Backers eonimoncPd the day badly. Diorama, a 12 to i cbancc, winning the Oanonbury Stakes 'n exeoJlcnt. styl^. This geldjug. was fancied by liis counoctions for ilie BTeodovf ' Plate, but so moderately, did ]iesb:i;»' in that event that thoro -was vc:;. little demand for him to-day. Opi? of the first to move, he turned f»i home fourth to . Green wifh, Wo«lar:i. and Gr-?en. He finishod in j^re.'Jt style to wiu by two lengths fro'' Green '.vielu The latter, a Grecnsto.-J-! gelding, d:d mu«-ii better than Di-i- rama in the Breeders' Plate, but evi dently Diorama was improved to tho greater extent by that outing. Ijv -ense, tbc favourite, ran very green, but did. well towards the f...

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

HOUSEWIVES' EXCHANGE i ' ) | (Continued). If Recipes Received PINEAPPLE HON'EV - K*t-p aU Vour piumpplc skins, put linn) ilin-ugh tbn miiu'^r, o.-iteh tlio yi\?-- in a bowl or d;'-'-. ihen cfrrin tV» ini-»p 'i'o «n-^ iiriv'k fast cup juiv'e fuld 2 tcK-ups snftfir. boil for lia'^ fin liou-'. or unti] it jellies. — J. P (Voolomvifi). I. TAPIOCA -!OT-T,T».--£5«v»li 3oz trjpi o«i i'i 'n'd wffrr for a few Iinurp. nrp pnro Tb of nny fr«it in spp«in mif} nil- in M fnnfnr-ti} v/ith ?} brP.TVf.Tcf Mil of w?itor. t^{- ^finioc'i. ^o? qtiTir half tro-ifV- fr*r Jin'f '' hoar, r)'1^^' mure n-1ioi: 'ra't ^ --;''*??? ;,-??' n^'1 1'r bn^fT. m*-l v-t.7' ;'.4-' r- rr-' tpT''!. -J. P. ?'vV....V,nv.N,V ? FpT*TT rTTP.--Tft pvcrv l^rrrp s.'Tct-:- \rj\ bot!V of !t?r-ionnf}? al'ow two bnf+ios r-f rlir jrin^fr n'-*. ih'-^r s'5^^9 of nn r-rnTi.-n\ nrf}. two of n lemon. Orn«:li but ?\n net soi!P?7n flifse. A^d n fpv fubes nf -nirprinnlo n^H tnmo itrTwborries or oihpr ppn«:orinh1p fruit, hit h= snorii' of fruit...

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