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PARISIAN NOVELTIES [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 10 October 1926

PARISIAN NOVELTIES Novelties in imitation flowers never come : amiss. Cork is the latest venture, painted and glased very much after the designs in leather, but the cork has the advantage of enduring longer, since there are no soft edges to become shab by. Some particularly attractive daisies, pink rosebuds, and even poppies are show, while acorns, complete with a spray of leaves, tipped with gold, are most effective. Scarves are one of the most popular summer accessories. Besides the number less charming designs of patterned ma terials, there are ingenious little modelE of crepe de Chine, preferably in white, or in a very pale pastel shade. They are beautified with the fashionable ap pliqued spot designs carried out in suede. The newest hat fashioned by Parisian milliners is a finely plaited ribbon, eo subtly bound together that it is scar cely detectable from many of the cro cheted straws. Apparently their origi nality is sufficient excuse for their exi stence, for there is noi on...

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

From Onr Window 1 Warm or Sweet? 'Oh, I ju.?t dote on your comedies- - Mr.— er— oh— Mr. ? .' gushed the Bris bane girl to the stage manager of the y Renee Kelly company at a social gather- ^ ing *' Long,' supplied the bearer of that name, smiling politely 'Long? Oh, yes, quite a long time, really,'' went on. . the exuberant miss. tt t _. j ? jA j--.il ...._ nr.. m.. HiT_ .Aim nun, uu itii me, nii,- -vi— — i»«» , when are you going to pot on * Bed ' Pepper'?' 'Put on what?'' said the astonished actor. ''Red Pepper',' she giggled. 'I'm told it's very hot— that is, very sweet!1' : Enlightenment came to the visitor, and he laughed as he informed the some what crestfallen flapperina that what she evidently had in mind was ' Brq,wn Sugar.'1 Dislike the Damp. Bain, thrice-blessed though it be iu parched lands of the outback, does~ not always appeal to the people of th» met ropolis or sojournera. at the seaside. It is notorious that bathers and fnr&rs will stamper for shelter when a...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
THE WOMEN'S OWN HIS MAJESTY'S THEATRE "BROWN SUGAR." [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 10 October 1926

THE WOMENS OWN HIS MAJESTY'S THEATRE 'BROWN SUGAR.' Although 'the play's the thiug,' the inclusion of modish gowns and chapoaux gives ui* added delight to the feminine portion of the audience, and in this respect the J. 0. William son production, 'Browu Sugar, ' is equally as pleasing as the previous pre sentations of the Renee Kelly Com pany mow at His Majesty's Theatre. At the first night performance on Saturday tlic audioace was a represen tative one or inearrc entuusiasts, and at the conclusion of the performance some beautiful Hovers were presented to Miss Renee Kelly, Miss Emma Temple, and Miss Margaret Damar. Making her first entry as Lady Sloaiie, Miss Kelly wears a frock of peacli mariette and silk lace in en semble effect, the deep silk lace completely forming the skirt of the overdress and extend ing on to the bodice with an edging of forget-me-uot blue and gold. Tiny bows of ribbon velvet of forget me-not blue form a finish to the tiered collar of georgette and the full ...

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

SALISBURY FETE ? ♦ ? FOR THE PUBLIC HALL The residents of Salisbury are proud of their public hall- A fine two-storied building, erected by the people some five years ago at a cost of £1400, there is now only £385 owing on it. On Saturday afternoon a big effort was made by the residents to considerably reduce this amount by means of a fete, flower phow, and _ sports carnival, and it is hoped that 'the liability will be still further reduced to £260. The fete was officially opened by Sir. B. M. King, M.L.A. He was received and introduced to the gathering by the Robson. Mr. King said he was glad to be there to open the fete. This was the sixth time he had had the pleasure of opening it for them, and he hoped it would be a great financial success. Alderman J. Soden, in moving a vote j of thanks to the ' president and com- J mittee, said the Brisbane City Council was not UJiraindful of Salisbury. Just recently it had reserved 11 acres of the tea-tree flats on the Beaudesert-road. and th...

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

Indigestion Made Impossible There's one Quick and certain way to stop indigestion and all similar ills which are caused by acid conditions of the stomach and the resulting fermen tation. Obviously the r.-medy lies in a neutralising agent which will put an end to this harmful acidity without having any further wenkenins effec-* unon the already disordered stouach. An un failing remedy which can be relied upon to eive instant relief in all cjjses of in digestion is 'Bisurated' Magnesia, the world-famed antacL. preparation whieh acts like a charm the moment it enters the stomach. Not only does 'Bisurated' Magnesia neutralise acidity, but it sooches the inflamed stomach lining and tones up the digestive system, enabling vou to eat and enjov vonr food. 'Bisu- in powder or tablets, and you cannot get in power or tablets, and vou cannot cet anything Vetter for indigestion.

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

FOR BABY'S sfclN ^ ;'V«el£ne' JeUy relieve, diaf ing, diaper nsb, cradfii ctp, ' . affiiyf»ajiflotiiaf fn'*MiB|^^'AHfi ? ? ' Wonderfully soothing^and ' * rwmttng. rndapwiMbla in tfae : CatmebroughMfg.Co.,CoaaVi NewYozk Londoa ? Moat»4d T' .; . Vaseline ?V : TRABr MARK ? ' . L^ ..~ . No matter fcbw'«were yonr ^& ASTHMA, CATARRH, COLD '? %-? mttHEHEAD. BRONCHITIS, % ttc.l*otter'aAathB«P««4er .; % ; . bricgt 'immediate aot soothiuf \ reliet 1 OfsnHeffidns.Vendon^MrTia. ' . B rOnttS & CtAWKB. LTB.. : 2 ' Artlllsr7ta*«.L«««««,Euina - . « ; ' r*rjnliiitrs. isi 'fitter's SmUg \ * M \ ' UHturt'sMdClgtrrtUj I ' Bf ? '. . * ' . ?,... ........ ' ?' ''?,.?? Vasthma^S

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

WJi1iU-tomaoh, liver and bowels, arf INSURE GOOD DIGESTION HEALTHY, ^ACTIVE LIVER. SlUXX Vnx. (new size 32 in box) price 1/8. d 0fL&Utnist* throughout the World. Jtefll^gocJde. AC«, Ltd., London. *^U^^P the favourite family ^^^m^r remedy (or indigestion ^^V in counties* Britiah home*. ^^ ha* a fifty year*' record of ?uccew, which is not approached by any other stomach and liver tonicl Times without number it has ban ished digestive disorders, bilious ne«s, headaches and constipation, after other medicines have been tried in vain; it has given healthy appetite to those 'who have had no appetite before,' and it has also given good health to thousands upon thousands of former sufferers. FOR PAINS AFTER ^ EATING SSSk 'Hatred my Cough,Doggier and it will cure yours, t*&« An«f {active Remedy . €j# for Kiddies & Grown- .^figggfe. uJss-fbrCbuqKs.Cblds jfitt,reWJfa andall 'Inf1arii»ialon|. v%|# - , affectafis°f tksChest iis** Free front Narcotics. 4gg& ANf=cts...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
IN ENGLAND MISS GOURLAY'S WIN. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 10 October 1926

IN ENGLAND MISS fiOURLAY'S WIN : fAUSTEALIAN CABLE SEB\'ICE.) ' LOXDOX, Saturday. — In the final for tne ; English ladles' goT ohampionshlp. 36 holes, at i Woodhall t^pa. Miss Molly «ourlay. of tlie Cambt-rlcy Heatli Club, beat Miss Elsie Cor lett, of the Bnral Lytham Cluh. 6 up and 4 to play. After turning all square Miss Cmrlay was two up at the end of the morning round. Hoavy rain fell In the afternoon, making PIay difficult especially to Miss Corlett. who wears spectacles. Miss GourJay turned iwo up, after wbi'-h Miss Corlftt bctan to miss a I! man ner or shot?. At the fourteenth she took seven strokes before reaehliiK the preen, and I then gave im »io. hnlp. tlm^ 1--Rinc: the matrh- ;

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

EABRING SUBSTITUTE. Aii attractive substitute for earrings! is being worn by smart women whose] coiffeurs are not shingled to the ex- 1 tent of revealing their ears. A ? jewelled bird with spread wings, a.\ greyhound or other beasts and birds j clasp the hair anil hold it in place just over each car and on a level with | tbe corner of the ey?.

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

HAMILTON ASSOCIATES ? Midweek j-lay at HamUton for the trophy i presented to the associates 4-? Mrs. J. W. j O'Sullivan resulted as follows:' — j Mr. J. Whatmore .... 103 36 6P ; Mrs. Can- ? 113 33 »° : Mrs Skipccr ? 114 SI 8(1 ; Miss Keywlda ? 1--2 *fl 82 \ Miss Douglas ? . . S3 ' f ; j Mrs. Hur-l ? US 36 S2 j Mrs. F. Jones ? &3 d ?i Tbc draw for the final of the competitior: for the union gold broocn to be pla.v£d on October lfi. is as f ollows :— Mrs. E. Manson v Miss M.icdrtnald : Mrs. T. Hall v Mrs. ticbt- 1 body: Miss D. Alioro v scorer.

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

THE SLIM OUTLINE! — , » k \ Shunning the insinuating foie-gras, and nibbling dry toast, the Parisienne i is keenly pursuing the cult for the j slim outline, and sternly refuses pastry and cocktails. Fasting, temporary oi periodical, is the rule, and the tempta tions of the table must be carefully avoided. There is a doctor in Paris who has written convincingly on the evils vr lai, ana. is now wie remgo or iae i o?iese, with his consulting room daily H filled with, clients -who »tg fighting the flesh. One of them is a charming actress, who has lost 20 pounds of superflous weight in a course of treat ment, aad has recovered health and youth at the same time. ' 'I went without food for five days i to begin w-ith.' she stated to a friend. 1 and throughout her cure ehe kept her i morning for the daily visit to the j doctor. Another of his clients is a j handsome portly duchess, with not too j much time to devote to herself, but ! she, too, has been set successfully on j the road to healt...

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

SAISTDY GALLOP j TROPHY FINALS. ! Tue fir3t round or the lat« presidenfB (Dr. | A. Morrison) and A. Crlbb's trophies. * knock- { out competition, match play, took place on the, Sandy Gallou links on Saturday afternoon, with : the followlns results :— C. L. Elliott (1 up) beat J. Penman. ? H Diamond (4 and 2) beat A. Crlbb. ? T Conway (4 and 3) beat A. W. Lettice. ; 3. Browu (2 atsd 1) beat D. H. Coppock. . W. J. Wood -5 and 4) beat P. B. Campbell. ! E. Stephens (2 and 1) beat E. P. Kelleher. -

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

CAPS. ..- _. «... .». Co.- t of e-old laee and net arranged with a bandeau aTe primarily destined to be worn with evening dresses. They keep shin' led hair in order, and can be quickly discarded.

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

SEWING ON BMTONS — ? — ♦ Buttons which are well and neatly sown on add to the appearance of a garment, hut so many womei who take treat pains with the actual making fall short of perfection when it comes to sewing on buttons. Buttons of bone and pearl should be sewn on with silk twist, of the same colour as the dre*s vxceot where it is desired to emphasis:, a contrast by using another colour. If the buttons have four holes the direction of . the stitches must be decided beforehand. There is the customary cross-stitch, two parallel stitches, a square, or for a dress a pretty effect is gained bv make mff three stitches radiate fro- one hole to tb - three others. It :~ a great mistake to draw the* stitches so tight that the button i«ocHes the material. This not only loois bad, but is very apt to tear the material, and. most inconvenient of all, the but ton will not stay fastened. Allow the cotton behind the button *o be suffi ciently slack to form a little shank - '?'?u th« anal thread...

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

THE ESCAPE ? ??? ? A Tale of the Interior (By Godfrey Bush.) All day long, the poor old train had dragged itself from siding to siding, gathering trucks. At long intervals —years apart, it seemed — it had stag gered into the outskirts of minor town ships, rested awhile, and crawled out again, groaning. Fot fourteen hours, t had read and writhed and yawned. FVit fnnrtfe-n nwfnl hojjr« T had farmed starvation. The colour-scheme of sunset suggested eggs and bacon. The afterglow stained a sweep of sky and a tumble of cloud to resemble a vast dish of grilled kid neys, reclining on. the shore of a lake of sparkling hock. At the- next siding 1 saw a boy, eating an apple, and in quired after its relations; only to learn that it was the last of its race. By nightfall. Tantalus had nothing on me. Ba venous, I eyed the plump, tender looking young guard, wondering whe ther the driver and fireman were hungry enough, too, to accompany me in a little quiet cannibalism. A fire shovel, I reflected, ...

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

TALES ON HEALTH BY A FAMILY DOCTOR. CARE OF THE FEET Having long ago fiuisUed tlic annual cleaning and examination of your house and premises to see that every thing is in good repair, will you now kindly turn attention to your children and make quite sure that there is no need to send for the plumber or carpenter to correct some of their defects? You will begin at their feet. Are you cer tain that their toes are not being com pressed in tight boots? Look particu larly at the big toe: is it riding up over the second toe? Now is the time to look at toes; it is no good waiting until the age of 20 is reached. The examination of young men for the a;nny brought tens of thousands of feet under the eyes of doctors. And -what. did the doetons find? Do you think they found that their dear fathers and mothers had always taken great care of the feet of their own children? Not they. Parents had neglected the feet and toes of their off-Bpring in a disgraceful manner. It may have been ignorance, ...

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

COUNTRY CLUBS IPSWICH. A. r. Turner-Jones, R. E. -Torc-5. R. W. .Tonts. C. Turncr-J^nos -Booroodabtnj CO F. Boliii'ry. Mathivson,- Plan!. G. Roberts (Inswirh) ? IS Ki.VK TROPHT. 1.1'Qiicen. M'Ponald. Miller. BarU'r .. .. ;:i Palhan. Morgan. SI'lvor. Lav,;ri^ ? 1¥ G. Williams. Rlcbey. Rtdwood. Reason .. 32 Colthrup. AHcn, Want, Watfon ? „ IS Lnnergan, Shaw, HueVor, H. S. CrShb .. 32 Bishop. Parker. Brouchton. Chalmers .. 10 Bean. S-lierrlss. -T. H. Low. H. Wjlkrr .. S2 Harper, J. Ryan. Haenke, II. Bolder;.- . . IS Lye. Wilkinson, F. Williams. Robert? .. :!1 Lartrr. H. Walkrr. Headrldj;e. Byrne .. 13 D. Watsnn. M'Jinls. K. Crlbb, Hnop.:T .. 23 Barbat. Shillito. Cnmmin;s. Bottomley . . la Klkos, Brown. Barnes ? -' Sinclair. C. Wilsou. M'Le^n ? '2 TOOV/OOMBA. TOOWOOMT.A. S:i-iir-lay.— At the Tc.'- v. ?i.mli.i ;.T'Vn 1 1j - .- rifttrnoon :i niiMibiT of KS.-n.s in tin- M--.ir.-- U.'l't^ rliiMlos hantlira.. »:is |i!.iv--! ..ff in tlic prt-s.. .icv 'f a good at- tendance of bowlers. Results...

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

CLUB PLAY BALMORAL RINK GAJIES. M-Piiic. Rae, Scott. Geddes, (Auchsn flowcr) ? SB Bloom, Ball, Ryan, Kirtlacd ? 19 Crogaa. Picken. Plane, Ward (Booroo dabin) ? 24 Palmer. Moss, Mair, Oortor ? 21 Waller, H. S. Slacpheraon, E. A. Mac phersoii, N- ritt ? 24 Taylor. -T. F. Atkliisau, Smith, Morrison IT. Uiambw.-;. Gutf/iriBsen, Bennett. Bordihan 32 liitcheu. 1». JacL-son. Clark. Irish .. .. 15 Hardpastlc. Martin. Thornton. Ockelford 2-i Jtdckay. Kii-hiirdsoi). Varney. i?iand .... 39 Martin. Jaolson, Haj-wnod. Coles ...... 33 Warnocb. Bcnnc-r, Dick. Wiiite ? IS O'.Veill. VTuir, W. A. (Jibscii, E M. CibSou Sft iVrd, GaskilU Letts, V. Reid .' ? 1G CLAYFIELO. SINE GAMES?. Chapman. Mir'?. R. A. Ha' rTowsrd . . 'Si Firlh, Myers, l'hl, Young .'. .:?'.. . . 1M P. Ferguson, rcUrati-. I/ewis, Dredge . . 2S Mattliep-s, HoIIinsheii, il'hutikle, Curran IS Mapor, l*hilll))s, Thonjas. Evans . . . . 25 Gazzard, Pain, Robb Shortt ? 13 Sllrestpr. Slillik».n. T. r.rown Mimyrc .. 3S Cummings. Winrfiir, War...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
OFFICIAL ROUND Q.B.A. V SANDGATE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 10 October 1926

OFFICIAL ROUND Q.B.A. v SANDGATE. Q.B.A. S. Spurjrin. Henderson, Roberts. SapsforiJ 27 — Byres, Ds Tig, Ferguson, Shay » , . . — 22 Rces. Austin. Moore, Bobbins .. .. 13 — Bobinson, Hope-Jones. Craig, Brett . — -2 Totals ? 46 14

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

GOODNA : IPSWICH WELL BEATEN. A most decisive win was registered by the Goodna. representatives in their match with tho Iuswich golfers on the Goodna links on Saturday. Doubtless, the home men, con versant with, the pitfalls and Intricacies of the course, were at an advantage, hut their efforts were convincingly superior to those of their opponents, whoso total of 8 wa6 well behind the winners' aggregate. Details: — J. 3. Farrell -3 and 1) v J. Taylor 0. J. M. JVeil (2 and 1) 1 v W. F. Jackes 0. I. C Constance (2 up) lvE.il. Scott 0. W. B. Jt'CIelland sq. v K. S. M'GHI sq. R. PHtard 0 v W. H. Wood (3 and 1) 1. G. H. Burrows (4 and 3) 1 v H. J. Har grcaves 0. H. C. Burford 0 y B. H. Francis (2 and Dr. Ellerton (4 and 3) 1 v J. C. Tomi 0. 3. A. Macgregor 0 v V. MXean (2 up)_ 1. E. J. W. Payton 0 v C. Jackes li and G.'TTvemloTV (3 and 1) 1 v .G. J. Saua dCG. liirmalne (3 and 2) 1 v E. D. Stewart 0. H. Maddlck (£ an 1) 1 v S. B. Wallace 0. A. K. Grimes (1 up) 1 v W. Halley 0. E. Wolf (3...

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