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

SANDGATE ' MISS LEAriY— T. KING WIN. Substantial Handicap* were resiionsible fox | cou;parativeiy good scoring on tno Sandgate j links on Saturday, when au excellent atleu-J- : naco of members engaged in a. mixed foursomes stroke handicap. -Miss Lahey, partnered by T. Kins, did wonderfully we»l. They were well ahead of their opponents at the final reckoning, with a net 66. Quite a number ot the con testants were unusually well matched, and it was a tribute to the tiandicappor to find that no fewer than five pairs, finished on the 76 mark. Cards were returned by: — Miss Leahy— T. King . , ? 91 25 66 Miss M. Pace— A. H. lMnsdale .. 94 24 TO Miss Stashed — U. Cutbbert . . . . S-S 27 71 Mrs. Saunders— J. Thomson .... 96 20 76 Mrs. Driver— W. C. F. Moles .... 97 21 70 Miss *'. Pryce— A. B. White .... 99 23 76 llrs Counan — J. Sutheriand .... 101 28 7C Miss F. SLcbell— A. Y. Lo Graud 105 29 7C Mr& Crawford— JE. Quirt ? 102, -24 78 Miss F. Greenup — H. V. Hewitt .. 105 2« 'S ilrs. ...

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

WYNNUM -:£ ? MYIrNE TROPHY FJNAL. *vito one or wvo exceptious the final ; round for tbe G. E. llylne trophy at tbe j Wyjjnum links od Saturday, was not produc tive of eo markedly giwd 'tceuUe as at the , previous week-end. Consequently many or : those who figured prominently over tbe { opening stasnE, -were displaced from tlie' positions. Tbc winner turned uji in W. ? Brandenburg, whose excellent 63 of tbe ! previous veek enabled him to gain a win- j uing advantage, even though his rotund ? of 77 was surpassed by tbree of his op- i poneote. Co tho whole, his play was a ! shade above tbe average level, and he cer- i tainiy merited his victory. The runner-up, j 15. il. Fisher, improved oa his earlier play, I returning one of the 'oust cards of tho day' at 74. Details: — '. VT. Bracde-Jburg (25) .... 6« 77 34U ; S. yi. Fisber .'25- ? To 74 149 j K. C. E. Smyth (IV) ? 70 SO ISO: A. H. Smith -15) ? 76 74 15'! M. D. Watkius (12) ? 75 7? la'2 . A. J. Lewis -2n ? 74 78 152 ! G. W. Watson (7...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
GOLF INTER-CLUB PLAY ROYALS WIN AGAIN [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 10 October 1926

GOLF j i ? ^ ? ? ? 1 INTER-CLUB PLAY j ROYALS WIN AGAIN The return match between representatives of tlv Brisbane Golf Club and Ine Royal Queensland Golf Club, was contested oa Satur day, half the course being played at Yeerongr nlUy and lialf at Hamilton. Tho first contest, played in April last, ended iu favour of the lloyal Queenslanderti by a miirgui of two panics, tbe lionw team seeuring a seven J matches lead al Hamiltou. slid bein^ only ] rive down at Yetrongpilly. Iu that match the ] clubs were 40 aside. j increase the matches to 50, but last minute defections reduced the tally and tbc numbers participating did not exceed by many the eu trles frequently received for an ordinary Saturday, fixture at either of the metropoli tan clubs. * As tue teams were selected, only a few of 1 the April pairs were again opponents, but J. ] A. Walsh— T. B. Hunter, J. W. Brook— J. Park, amongst other?, renewed friendly Hostilities, j i N\ Raddiffe, the State amateur champion, and Dr. Clivc Boyc...

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

HUNTER'S STRAND SHOE STORE | -QUEEN AND ALBERT STREETS, I BARGAIN BASEMENT SAMPLES, ODDMENTS, I SINGLE PAIRS, I AT LOW PRICES SERVE YOURSELF FROM THE RACKS. Felt Slippers, 2/1. Maids4 Patent One-bar Shoes, leather heel. 10/6. Women's Black Suede One-bar Shoes, 11/11. Women's Satin One-bar Shoes. Full Louis heel. 12/11 SPECIAL BARGAINS IN MEN'S FOOTWEAR Hundreds of pairs to choose from at ridiculously low prices. HERE ARE A FEW: 'Men's Box Calf Derby Bals. . strong Steelite soles, . broad fitting, a rare bargain. Usually 22 .'6 a I pair. TO CLEAR, 16/11. Men's best quality Glace Kid Bals. welted soles, smart shapes. Usually 29/6. TO CLEAR AT 19/11. White Canvas Cricketirisr Boots. Usually 1,8/6. TO CLEAR AT 14/11. SEE BIG WINDOW DISPLAY. QUEEN STREET ENTRANCE, S235En333ESP 'THE SECOND EDITION' of -THE SUNDAY MAIL- JJ(£0J Read GlUCfe CONTAINS 41 MAPS AND SPEEDOMETER CHARTS. COPIES SENT DIRECT FROM THIS OFFICE, OR FROM ALL READING BOOKSELLERS AND NEWSAGENTS. PRICE, 3/6.

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

The Era of Whiter Tfeeth It has come to careful people the world over Ki Millions of some 50 nations now fight film ; ? ?''?.'?.--'?? Have you noted in your circles how glistening teeth have multi plied in late years ? It is so in nearly every circle, in nearly every country. And it means a new dental era* A new method of teeth cleaning has come into vogue, largely by dental advice. Not merely to beautify the teeth,but to keep them cleaner, safer., You should learn now, if you don't know, what it ,- means to you and yours. Clean teeth mean this More than brushing, more than washing is required to clean your teeth. You feel on your teeth a viscous film. It is ever-present, ever forming. It clings to teeth, enters crevices and stays. Unless re moved it soon discolours,; then (forms dingy coats. That is why 'teeth lose lustre. Film also holds food substance which ferments and forms acid. It holds the acid in contact with the teeth to cause decay. Germs breed by millions in it. They cau...

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

siNWS LATEST DESIGNS j .?-'?!-?&?? THESE SHOES ARE WONDEEFUIi VALUES. ?} ?:. ?-?'???? DIBECr'^FTOM THE FACTORY TO TOU. '??-: . -H^ira,--PAY POSTAGE. ? — WE5O ^^_^ Patent Leather Bar Shoe, neai parch- - ment facings and perforations,' 'light sown sole's, .flapper heels. : '? . ' ' ;:;{/; ;?_:-?? ' + j' Smart Patent Leather 'Ankle Bar Shoe, parchment strap facings, light sewn - soles, new low heels. Light Tan Crocodile AnUe Strap Shoe, pomp soles, covered £ahy Wort heels. SEE OUR BARGAIN TABLES OF Gont.'g Oxford Shoes, in Tan or Black, good fitting shapes, toeoaps, pliable, welted soleB. Dainty PMerit Leather Broad Bar Shoe, fancy brown' scroll stitching, tan inlay panel, pump edge soles', covered sports heels. i / Neat Patent Leather Shoes, parchment strap and facings, perforated front' over- lay, pump edge-' soles, covered sports heels. Full Champagne Kid Ankle Strap Shoe, self overlay.' pump soles, covered Bahy Wurt heels. LADIES' QUALITY SHOES. Gent.' s Quality Lace Boots,...

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

BARGAINS AT BARNES* } In the arumoun cement of Messrs. Barnes Ltd., published in this issoe,'-- there are . several outstanding attrac-y tions. The silk sale is at its height,' and bargains are said to be plentiful. There is a special price-cutting of boots and shoes that will please the thrifty buyers of both sexes and all ages. The showroom is featuring two special Hides in silk georgette frocks at 'voile prices.' There are other offers, too, worth examining.

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

FOUNDATION OF MARBIAGE The final foundations of marriage are the primary virtues. That is why it so frequently fails. — Mr. J. A. R. Cairns.

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

FOR THE SLIM WOMAN Youthful and graceful lines, particu larly becoming: to the slim woman, are are keynote of many of the new crea tions. In tailored suits, they are fea turing the double-breasted effect, very straight short jackets, and very short skirts. The collars on the suits and on the little street dresses. are almost without exception, a mannish turnover, collar, and in many cases, a fourin hand tie is worn, thus accentuating the boyish effect Another feature of both suits and dresses for sports and street wear is a trimming of plaid; almost every tail ored suit and dress is brightened by a touch of plaid, either on collar and cuff, or in a set-in godet. It is really very charming, and brightens a dark tailor suit wonderfully. Many of the street dresses are buttoned stranght down the front, while others* arc fast ened at the sides with' the surplice cros sing. Lace and chiffon hats accompany lace and chiffon, or georgette ensembles, some with huge beret crowns, and others wi...

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

RESTRICTED YACHT RACE. Enthusiasm aroused by the auspicious opening of the sailing season recently continues unabated, and that the sport still holds its thrills for all was fully evident on Saturday afternoon, when a large 'gallery' followed with interest the progress of the second restricted class race on the Hamilton reach. On board the official launch, which was in charge of Mr. J. R. Dix and Miss Henrichsen, were Mr. 3. NeLsh, . MtBii' V.. Williams, Miss AiShtettStfBttV^-'St&lj; Welsby, Mrs. and Miss K. Scully, Missei; M. Stanley, \M.', Healy. -. P.' Huxton- S&- . Eawson, -J. Reid, ?-Elwyiii PHce- Black ridge, Pindall, Sealy, Mtb£ Hurwobfi, Miss Hurwood, - Master'. T''. Harwood, Misses E. Bufge, C. Matthews, Mr. ftesa Hogan. Misses L. Smith, M. Proe, IF. Black, Jean Smith, J. Lc Grand, Mr. W. E. Moxon. Mr. H. Hale, Mrs. gilb erts, Miss Mills, Miss Woodall, Mr. and ' Mrs. E. J. Ward, Mr. Doug. Brier. Miss Horniblow, Miss Brown. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Dodwell- Miss Wa...

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 happy .ci«pi¥lffiri|i Wlwn Cnm, Constipated, W if 'fmtfiiil «fre 'CmfifomiTSyrSp -rf R»' .; '- Tbui Don't Weny. Z;^! Mothers c«n rest . easy afttr fmnc| 'California Syrup ol Figs.' became in«3 few hours all the dogged-np waste matter^ soar bile and fermenting foeQ geatlynioy«| oat of the bowels, and yod have a healthy,^ playful child again. ^Children aimpfy *flli not take the time ftom play to empty their, - .-'bowels, which become^ r '*t ..?'' tightly packed, and theas H ( \ \~ the liver getodogguhiUHl £ Vo^ST tne stomach disordewd; | ^\. — ? jf Wben cross, fevtsdsh*!^ £a7j\ restless, see if the tongue ^ /iT J* 4\ is coated; then gnwflii^ : V^ W delicious'fniUlaxajiwe^?f \ K Children love it, and ,itii l \\ cannot cause injury. Mb »? I '__-__W matter *$»t aOa -'your ^ \^&f t\. Httte oaa — if ' stuffy V 4 ITj. 1 \\, «itb a cold or a »o»A' ?111 /v^ throat, or .dtar-J1 \ fc~7 ^jJS*. a. rhoa# stomacn-T'i — gU-r:-^^sYK?-ache; *ad tainteil;* ^JS - ^^$1 breath, remember..! ^-*J ...

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

REGAINING PARADISE. Every garden contains a man's ideal garden; he is trying, unconsci ously, to reconstruct the paradise he has ' lost. — Fa&er Ronald ? Knox.

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

\ Someone you know Treltes: — BHwflBB J&.. 'X never knew I bad such pretty tints W/ ill ^ „?-* .-?'??? fit in my hair until I «Bod KOIiO- It is a. iw!l'a£il\,\ -??'[,?;/// \ lovely dressing, imparting a lustre not pro- [ullf^MS V**—** .-'*.-/.?? ? dncea by any other lisir preparation; tuere '?mFwfarlc *' ?'.'/ I was a a irked improvement when I started V'wW .-''.?'' / using KOKO; toe colour Improved, ay hair iff. [Bl,\^ ..?? -i S became jlossy again, and the n&tnrai lustre {?WflSBUiB ?* „?'' Gratitude is£ti«sces co many Customers Mf/Ii, vw .?'«?* ? to send us spontaneous eulogies of Koko. wni XI, a In Koko they have found their ideal dress- fij/iHitwB ?F ' . ing. They cannot refrain from expressing wU/BBSM their delight in its Inexpressible cleanness, VRffifKrw / -._ more remarkable when its efficacy is con- S W^V ?'* -isflL sldered. for Koko cleanses hair and scalp til tlSii \ *l-d£«mMt% t as nothing else csji, brigntens the halt, and iSMISbVwK jk-3jjfc^ leaves it s...

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

FEMININE SMOKING ♦ A feminine innovation noticed at the Grand Prix dc Longchamps was a num ber of women t^oking cigarettes, mostly black ones, with one end firmly inserted in a straw, .-just a yellow straw out of the wheatfield, which can be thrown away with each *'eig.' In puffing ow:v at this the women looked ex tremely contented- For are they not at once dispensing wirn me uniaajy-iiKe odour of a holder, and recalling their childhood joys of sucking up ice-cream scdas th 3ugh straws? Of the garden frock- of to-day there are two d'stinct sorts — those for work and those for play. The play ones may be as diaphanous and ephemeral as one will, but the work ones must first of all be practical. We no longer make the mistake of thinking that practical things must be ugly — indeed, the modern mo tor and the modern locomotive, and the modern bridge have faught us that increased practicability means increa sed beauty. So the woman whe elects to work in her own garden no longer feels that l...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
MR. D. C. M'LENNAN'S MART [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 10 October 1926

MR, D. C M1,ENNAN'S MART — j ^ It is announced in, to-day's issue that Mr.-D. C. M'Lennan has removed from his old address in Ann-street, Valley, to a new and Commodious mart at Carroll's Corner, 376 Brunswick street and M'Lachlan -street, Valley. This site is most central and conveni ent for clients. Public auctions of real estate will be ' a feature in the new premises. ? ^^^

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

Helping One Another o — Cream Oricketiag Socks. In masculine handwriting I hare been advised by 'Amateur' (Kcw Farm) that it ie* desired to thank Mrs. R. (Paddingtou) for so kindly for warding the directions for knitting cricketing jsocks that were asked for. Orange Bread. W. H. (Toovrooniha) writes with re gard to the recuni. inquiry of II rs. TA. B. (Dalby):— 'Having noticed in last 'Sunday's Mail' a request for orange yeast I am enclosing a rocipo from the 'Mirror' of a couple of weeks ago, aud trust that if you have not al readv receivmi one tbat it will be satisfactory.'' Thref times a week the ICovl'oTk Island housewife turns out crispy, brown loaves and rolls that would, reflect credit on a professional baker. Her yeast, is usually made of lemons or oranges. Both fruits grow there in abundance, lemons being found wild on almost any part of the island. Lemon or orange bread 56 very wholesome, and has a delightfully sweet flavour, espe cially when spread with home made butter f...

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

SWIMMING «TED' WETZEL HONOURED A surprise irisit was made So the Spring HiH baths on .Friday evening by the com mittee representing tbe Commercial Clab. to do honour to ilr. 'Ted' AVetzeJ. who has been a valued supporter of the club since its formation. ilr. J. Xicholson (life member) testified to the ercat af(-istance Mr. Wetzel had been to the club at all times, and to his enerjry and special support ou carnival occasions, and in coaching members ivlio were willing to avail themselves of his knowledee He asked Mr. Wetzcl to af.t-oat a solid silver -vixiticp inkstand, and vrrit iuc cas* as a token of esteem, and of tbe jrood fellowship in which he ivaf held t-y the club, and trusted it would continue. ilr. J. Slurphy (lion, treasurer) and ilr. J. Hind endorsed the complimentary re marks. Ilr. \V«tt«J thanked the members tor tho presentation and their tboughtfu'aese in re cognising Ins services. His efforts -were a labour of love for the boys of the club, vho, iiliroys materially as...

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

Rf» mm every woman whose health Bj L causes anxiety, or -s d«siro-» V. |\ of Motherhood. consult ** ** Madame A C. Erandt Supt for Queensiana from THE tADIES- COLLEGE OF HEALTH. 54 Oxrord-street Sydney. Consultetiens free. 10 a.m to 4 p.m dally, 3 Q-N Bank Chambers, Brunswick-street. Valley Send for our Booklet of Valuable information. Dept M, Should be in every home.. Postage it. Woa't Waste in W&ter SILSAO SAND SOAP AIX CAOCERS

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

BUNDABERG RACES BCXDABEBG Saturday. — The Bundabere Race Club held a meeting on Saturday, when the Lundaberg ' Fifty,' in two divisions, was decided. Results: — TRIAL, 4 Furlonas. FLASH MAN, 8.4 «-*. Holland). 1 : Contra band 10.3, 2; Sharpshooter, S.2. 3. One other. Bettins: 3 to 1 against tbe winner. Time, Slsec. BDXDABERG ' 50 ' 5 Furlongs. FIBST omsiOX. -*? SWE^T MYRTLE, S.ll (E. Tanwan), 1; Sunray. 7.11, 2: Scholar BUI. 8.12, 3. Four others. Betting; 4 to 1 against the vrinncr. Time. 1.3 I-.'-. SECOND THIAL. 4 Furlongs. O0UBLF BAR, 8. 12 (A. B?tts). 1; Jjpuria, S.12, 2; Valmondain 8.9. 3. Four others. Betting: 4 to 1 against Hie winner. Time, 31 2-uscc. SIXTH DIVISION. THE TENOR, 9.8 (E. Tanwan), 1: Canoodle. 8.10. 2: Tricky Matt. !U1. 3. Four others. Betting: - to 1 against the winner. Time, 3Ise-.\ bi;xi-arer-; ' no.' SECOND DIVISION, 6 Furlongs.— ANTON A, 9.3 (H. JTEiUen), 1; DuK-b Matt 8.13. 2: scholar Bill. S.10, 3. Four others. Betting: i to 1 agains^Uie winner. Time. 1.1...

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

Weekly Competition Half a guinea will be ewarded each week for the best cookery recipe or hint on home management. Competi tors must writs tn inn on one siae «f the paser only, ttith each rceipe or flint en a separate sheet, bearing at foot nnmo and address. The names of the prize winners will be announced each Sunday. Prize win ners living within th- city radius are reauired to e*H during th« following week at Ibis offica to coilitt the jrize. those tn the country win receive It by post Address copy to DONNA. Housewives' Exchange Competition, 'Daily Mail' Office. Brisbane.

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