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ADELAIDE RACES PINDANA'S DERBY A SEREMOND AGAIN [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 10 October 1926

ADELAIDE RACES PINDANA'S DERBY A SEREMOND AGAIN AUvLAIDE. Saturday. — The South ius traliau Jockey Club opened its Derby meet ins in fliif weather. There was a large attend anec. The traok was slow. Results: — . HLBDLE EACE 2 Miles 338 Yards. KED CHECKER (D. Dobbin's), eg., by Lord Alwvne — I'ieeoUi aged. S.4 . . (Aldrldgc) 1 GOLDEN FOX o ylars, 10.10 (Valentiuej 2 IRISH COMMODORE. -i yoart, 10.3 ? (Campbell) 3 Others: Rauquarr, ll.S; Vcra K-. 3.10: Chaiain. 9.10: l'crenial. 9.D: Some I'ridc, l».0: Carnelau 90 Won by ur leui^bs: two and a half lengths. Vera K. was fourth, and Carnelian last. Time. 4.1^. Uividenils for £1: £5 11s and £1 Ss. BUIGHTON WELTER, 9 Furlongs. FIRST DIVISION'. HURRY (E. Smiths), b.g., bs Passing By — Naurv. aged, 8.3 ..?' ? (billou) 1 EURAFORD, 5 jears, S.I .. .. (Camp.-oll) 2 FORGLEN. 0 years. 9.2 ? (Stll-.v) 3 Others : St. Speed, 30 3 fidulsa '-'-r- ?- I'td core. 9.1; Borneo. S.i- : Sathom, 8.7: Popa icnK S.6: El Lord. J*.J : iiaree! Watt-, S y ; St. roumt...

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

SEA HAWIC f CRACIC£RS — an exquisitely li£ht, unsweetened biscuit baked to « i a crisp llakiness that will immediately delight you. jj Ideal serving for indoors or outdoors when spread i ?~ either with butter, potted meats etc I ^2§^ YOUR Grocer Sells Them (i '^m. Buy A 'Mb. Packet a^JfsHsl Supplied in both SpecSally Labelled «nd Plain Packet*. «.H.p.— « I it. ?S-^^8^^'»% 7415 __j«»fc__ j-f,. ? ? _ 3 Soothes when m£mjgLtiothiri& IS , *y When baby cries — that is the titM (or Wt Wm ' ' Woodward's Gripe Water, the safe old ^B v ^m ' English cure. * ^H *^ jm Here is the testimony of a mother, who also happens to be a HI trained nurse : — ' My own little boy, who is now three years old. '. ffil vras very nervy and cross as a baby, and could not sleep (or H§ any length of time I I used Woodward's Gripe Water, after Sg trying other things, and found it acted like magic in quieting fm nerves, etc.' For seventy years Woodward's Gripe Water has [: HI earned similar praise. It acts li...

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*n ^^ ^fas y/:I'- I;! * ? 1 ? ' ' ' .''VJ!^W' ? & '; , ;i| 3E TAILORED ^y TIKE ^BR'OTHERS ClMli^ yi ® ^JVress Coolly -&or- health's $ake^ ' \ _ Keep Cool! If those sun spots ha^e told tke trutk to Inigo Jones^tkis- Summer is going to give us her first instalment good and strong. Don't wait till then ^get moving now. You'll want all the Coolest Comfort you can get If you dress with a little smartness and character $ou)l want Qood Qlothes. 'Qood' is the onljJ waj we eOer \ bailor *Build ClotKes^jxirtker, you get exactly x?Katyoii ^7ant and the price is not excessive. ' . .?...'.;.. See this Week's ^Display of Summer Suitings at Seven, Bight, 9s(ine ana ^SenQuineas. .-..;?? ^ eg*^9» ' ''' ... ? ; ; ; Pike Brothers Lin|(m In Queen Street* ^risbane^ ; BAILORS -SO e^OST %)ELL-*DRES5 E D' «»CEN '. ? | *!? ? — ? — ? : ? ' ? ? -'? .rf,^ ?'..'': ' ^' ? SEE DISPLAYS . ; ? i ''''. j. '..'?'. IT if £iinimitmiiiitniniiiiimumiHiiiiuiiiHitiiuCT»iiiniiiiiiimtiiiiuiniiiiiiniiiiiHiui...

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

DINQ CEOWD'S JONOBiE I .-?'?? fiTEITB.' 1 ' - fartake lo -ooialort .of tbe . ' I 'trorld'B inert -irlJ»8-*-«* I ; rtuonsbU prices. ?- . ;y Valleiy's Acacia Garden, * I ' - Below tie Ansttalla-n Hotel, 1 'I QTTBEN.andAIJBBRT STB. I ., J * OUT. I fillill!lillllillll!ll!llllililliilllililliil|' ^S o« whttl Stnd her Husband's old =~ ~ - stUed suit to fee dry-cleaned. !Cer- ~Si — T talnly she' should. Think o» the SS ?5S pleasant surprise b« would get when ^= =S some day you showed klm his -old — - = soiled suit all dry-cleaned, shaded, ZS — ?? and pressed, and looking like anew SS -^ suit. 'Th«r» is «o mk when you SSS 7SS send t»- Alexander's. . . — ^S Send far latest booklet. It Is ~. SSS brimful of valuable Information on — ; = saving clathos. also contains price- = S= list. Everyone Bhonld have it. , ^=S ~~— Inquiries Invited. ^5 S Orders mailed anywhere. — | Alexanders ] HI Dry-Gleaning Specialists, S S BBJSBANTE. - = as .. city oepots: =s' *— ? Adelaide-street, Opp Finney's, SZS SS...

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

Brisbane Amateur Turf Club. SATURDAY. OCtOBER 16. CLUB. TiiftST, SECOND, THIRD, and FOURTH DIVISION HANDICAP, of ?600 Sovs.; divided into four divisions, first and Second Divisions 200 Sovs. ; First Division iboufc.6J furlongs; Sec ond. Division about 7 furlongs; Third aad Fourth Divisions, 100 Sovs., about f'-facIongB. - tUBF CLUB PLATE AND PURSE (Divided Handicap),- of 600 Sovs.j divided into two .races of 300 Sove. each; about 1 mile 57 yards. Nominations, 1 Sov. each race, close TO-MORROW (MONDAY) October 11, at 4 p.m. . O. H. HOCKER, Secretary.

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

Kedron Amateur Racing Club tfOrilOfiROW ^Moxiaay) TO-MORROW OCTOBER 11. 8 — . RACES ? 8 First Race, 1 p.m. Trams direct to Couree etery lew Minutes. PRICES OF ADMISSION: Paddock: Gentfenen 10/ (Including tax); Ladies: 5/ . (indudiflg tax). Leger: Gentlemen, 2/0 ) including tax) ; Ladies 2/§ (including tax). Motors, Vehicles* and Bone* Free. E. J. LAWRENCE, Manager.

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

PERSONAL and Anecdotal Mr. William S-juivo Hurwood, a direc tor and secretary of Messrs. Evans, Deakin. and Co. Ltd.. did guud work ashore as one of the managers of tin1 Cooina SSsilvjige Syndicate, while ll.e he:id of llio firm. Colonel P. K. Ev.-ui*. wa^ fiv,:iy dimming oi'cr.itioiis on Ilie vcss--l f.1 landed on North Rn'f. Mr. HunvoGtl is ii native of K:mpiroo Point. For ;i period his parents resided ii. Jiuiidaborg. j and young William carried his books j and bag to the South Iiniwlsiberg St:ito : School, when1 he sliwed his metal l-y i winning u scholarship- His parents re- ? turning to Brisbane, the name of Wil liam (Squire Hurwood appeared on the , register of the Brisbane Boys' Grammar | School. Three years later e joiued tlio j staff of Messrs. William Adams and Co. j Ltd., with whom lie remained for ~lo | yea-:, rising io the position of accountant * and sub-manager. He then joined the ! finn of Messrs. Evans and Deakiii as ac countant, in 191S. When the partner- 1 ship b...

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

IN THE PUBLIC EYEJ Sir John Siilmau. PrtsHli'iu of the Nre Ko-.r.li Walv-s Town I'Uimiiii : -i-.;.-=.'-e:.iti-)rt. 'Jm 'Ml represent Australia an Cie governing Iwdy 'f the lnlvriiaiional Kvni pluiniiiLE conference at Vienna. Lady Clara .Amies! ey. Ha!f-sis:cr'ct' life Karl c( Amiesle}'. ivlio is to s,w.-! .'.s a L-.il-our eaucUdatc at the iu::t British elections. Admiral Sir E. S: A. Sinclair. Conimaiidcr-iu-ClJiel' ot' the British Naval . Forces in Chinese waters. Mr. Norman Jolly. Of the Federal Forestry School, at Cau 1'crni. who is i-Jkiii;; «vcr the position of New South Wale.? Forestry Commissioner. A former l'riine Minister nf .Spain, who decir.res t:ia; \'\v aNlii-aiimi «f Ki:ip. .Utonso would lie in tlio iiitere.«is uf the nution. Sir Philip Cunliffe Lister, President ot (lie- British Bj5:ird -?. Trade, \vlio estimates tli.it the coal s;riiie has already cost £2fi(),u00,000 on tiic basis of ioss of ouiDUt alont.-.

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

LEGAL YARNS. Lord PbillimoTe has related a biorj bearing ' ob the unsavoury appellation 'Devil.' A certain distinguished gej-tle»)a.n was explaining to the judge 's daughter the exact professional status of a flcdgUng. barrister- 'But you arc the daughter of Sir Arthar Phiiliinore?' he asked the lady. 'Yes,' was the reply. 'Then I need not ej-plaiu to you what a 'devil' is.' Two old men of Swaledale were sum moned to give evidence iu a trial at York, neither of whom had been so far away from home before. Upon reaching the ancient city, the elder of the two persuaded the junior to do a little re connoitring in order to discover *the strength and anpearance of the enemv. Upon gaining a furtive peep inside the court, and catching a glimpse of judgt and counsel in wigs aud gowus? he ran back to his fellow witness and ex claimed: 'Ay- Poonder, I nivver saw so many grey-headed owil men together in all my life. They ujust be owder than Methuselah. ' ' — 'Law Court, Lawyers, nn-l Liti gants...

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

SORROWS OF THE SvJJ?ER-BICH- | Problem No. 1 ?. What to do to j amuse the butler in. the evening. It seems that he doesn *t play bridge, j The last butler was always quite con- J tent if he could be provided with a | game of bridge- but the uew man, Jennings, doesn't care fci cards. They simply don't interest h-,m. So what can one qot Problem 2so. 2: How to got the chauffeur's collars starched.— It ap pears that there have been very great difficulties over this. It is .very hard to get the kind of gloss that Ransome likes on his collars. There is, of tnursc, an electr-c laundry in the base orient, but, unfortunately; the laundry aids will not undertake any collars ever 11 inches long. Probkm No. 3: What to get for (! io cook to r£.ad on Sunday. — Tho trouble is, she doesn't care for fie j lion. Stio evidently Is a woman of literary culture, somehow,, because she aid oue day that she had read tlio hoJe i-f Sl'iikespeare and thought ii ; very good. Tlie problems nnitiod ;irc the princ...

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

MANY LAWS ? ♦ ? I can't keep tab on all the laws that Solons wise have written, so now and thcu by peelers' paws my shoulders have been smitteu. I wish to knock no statutes eoldi I would be law-abiding, the path of righteousness I'd hold, with conscience truly guiding, isut laws are many as tho sands, their sum increases yearly; though we have honest hearts and hands we're bound to break some, clearly. I drive my ' bus along the street, with care and sRill exceeding, and to myself the rules repeat — I'd not be pinched for speeding. 1 park the waggon with a sense of satisfaction proper; I've given, surely no offence to any Jaw or copper. I've followed all the rules I know with | high nnd noble yearnings.- I've driven j cautiously :ui-l slow, and signalled at the ' turnings. But now, my bosom to dis- | turb, there comes a peeler regal; 'You've pnrked twelve inches from the curb — eigiu is t lie distance legal. So here's a green and yellow caid inviting you to journey to wliere the .ju...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
SYMBOLS WOMAN'S LATEST CIGARS AND INDEPENDENCE [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 10 October 1926

SYMBOLS — ♦ — WOMAN'S LATEST CIGARS AND INDEPEND ENCE (By Hal Eyre.) 1 To 'prove tlieir independence tlio j fashionable wives Jind -l;nijrl-tcrs of Kn- 1 cli^Ji Inisiiioss men am attenijiting to j popularise cigar sniokiiip tor women.'' ; fo the giIpIp infoinis us. r.ooil luck ? o tiirm! Speaking as a mere wale person, Tin wliolly in favour. CJuite. It takes a. strong -womuii of uoble instiucts to pro claim to the world at large that sht U indepeurlont of man. That is, before she has married him. Hitherto the poor, seutiraental male has been deluded by the seemingly ehy and retiring miss into the belief that ho was a lord of creation, until he woke up to find himself putting the baby to sleep, scrubbing the kitchen floor, or blackleadiiig the stove while his better half improved her mind at a bridge evening, ot took some physical exercise at the bargain eales. The dear young things have now de veloped a sense of sportsmanship, and refuse to dissemble, r'LiOok here, old sport,'' the ...

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

THE MASCOT IN WAR AND PEACE (By M.) How 'The Kid' got through to -the war nobody could guess. He was uuder sizc-1, under aged (according to his looks;, and, moreover, had one of those girlish faces which never grow old and never grow hair, save a soft, fluffy slow growth, which is hardly of account. His innocent looks saved him from many a Rerape. Others were blamed for leading the lad a&tray- I During the Battle of Pozieres he went missing. No one knew what had be come of him, and lie was duly mourned by the battalion, while the Colonel felt the chill hand of guilt on his conscience for having allowed the youth to go into that big stunt instead of keeping him back as something useful at the horse lines. Some time later, when our brigade was on its way out from the line, back to the French villages for a spell, we chanced to have a 10 minutes' rest-ho alongside a Canadian camp. The Cana dian CO. got into conversation with our Colonel; and, as we were about to go, the Canuck ...

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

SACCHARINE OFFENSIVE. Mrs. Budjong was rarely rude enough to attack anyone frankly. She used the f:ir more effectire weapon of sweetness. Like a warrior iu a candy 6hop, she would knock you down with a club of peppermint or envelop you in a bucket of molasses. She loved especially to take your 'words and twist them back on you, wrap you up iu them with ropes of tof- j fee. — 'The Ol-3 Home Town,'' by TJupcri Hughes.

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
ESSENCES: The Latest Books HAND TO FORGIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 10 October 1926

| ESSENCES: The Latest Books I I. 1 1 * HA)£P TO FORGIVE. The crimes people commit for us we forgive easily j the crimes they commit against us, not so easily, but it is hard to fqrglye them the mean little things they make us commit, and the ugly moods they put us in. - —'The Old Home Town,' by Rupert Hughes.

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

PAYING ITS WAY THE MOTOR' IN VICTORIA In no half-hearte/1 manner, the nsotc* continues to pay its way. Last month 'Victorian motorists paid £58,339 17s 7d in registration, licence and tr.insfer fee*. This money finds its way into the funds of tho Country Roads Board, which is doing splendid work in rural flisrnets. lvisny vtiy moivrisis, nuwcti'f, think that because half of the number of motor vehicles in the State is owned within a 20 miles radius of the Mel bourne G.P.O., some of the money should Vie allocated for 'xoad improve ment within that aren

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

fHE QUBSKBtiAK!) TtJBF. CLU&. NOVEMBEft (QUEENSLAND 6UP) MrEttKQ. FIE8T DAY. Saturday. November 6, 1926. BBISBANE HANDICAP, 800 8ors; 1 Mile. SECOND DAT. Wednesday, November 10, 1526. TOO WONG HANDICAP, 500 JSotS; l Mile and & Quarter. THLED DAT Saturday, November 18. 1926. QUEENSLAND CUP, 1500 Sovs. and a Troghy value 100 Sots; .2 Miles Nominations f6r Above events close tO-MORBOW (Monday), October 11, at 4 p.m. Nomisatioa fee. 1 eov. MAUBioB Baldwin, Secretary.

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

AN OIL-ENGINED CAB. It is said that considerable success has been attained in America by a four-cylinder high speed Diesel engine tested in a car, which is known as the 'Attendu.' It is of the two stroke oil-injection type, with a bore and stroke of 3*in and 5iin re spectively, and is said to develop 56 b.h.p. at 1800 r.p.m. The weight, in running order, k &lfc. per h.p. de veloped.

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
Foran Leads in Three Winners at Albion Park AT THE COURSE BY THE CREEK Backers Have a Parlous Time SKYCLOUD BEATS THE SPRINTERS Fine Effort of The Cooper BELL'S POLLY SPBEADEAGLES A FIELD NARROW VICTORY OF MAY WALLACE KYLEIGH, GUILDER AND MIDNIGHT FROLIC ALSO SCORE £8330/15/ TOTALORISED [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 10 October 1926

Foran Leads in Three Winners at Albion Park AT THE COURSE BY THE CREEK Backers Have a Parlous Time SRYCLOUD BEATS THE SPRINTERS Fine Effort of The Cooper - t.- ?— -? — ? ? -' ? ? BELL'S FOLLY SPBEADEAGLES A FIELD NARROW VICTORY OF MAY WALLACE KYLEIGH, GUILDER AND MIDNIGHT FROLIC ALSO SCORE S6&&0/S5/ TOTALORISED BY 'SIRDAR' Fc-Utrwing f«tm at the BriAaae Amit«ur Tuif CluVs meeting it Albion Park on* Saturday aftenioofl vac * delusion aad a snare, conse quently the bookmaker* reaped a foWea harvest. The books would only lose en a couple of races, but they had two £» result* in the la»t two events, while Midnight Frolic bad them smiling. The seven event* which mid* up the bill of fare furnished some interesting rating, nevertheless nothing of as unpleasant nature was associated with the proceeding*. A pleasing feature was the success of the veteran trainer, Alick FOran, who has the pleasure of leading in three winners— Guilder. Bell's Folly, and The Cooper. The meteorol...

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

LOCKING YOUR AUTOMO BILE Many cars Are fitted with a battery Ignition system. In which the distributor arm is removable. By removing this arm the car-c*/ner makes stealing his vehicle passible only by towing It away or by fitting another distributing arm. -?-? ? _-_ _««* fcA romAvnH «imnlv hv un. clasping the distributor cover to which th« vrfres »re attached. It usually hap pens that there Is only one way in which U-.W v» w«« «. so ^ere need 6b bo w&rfr atwut replacing it.

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