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BOWLING GREENS REOPEN Q.B.A. PARTY WINS [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 10 October 1926

BOWLING ? ♦? ? GREENS REOPEN Q&Ji* PARTY WINS Though top-dressing and dusting operations continued to hold the majority of the greens out of commission, the congestion on Satur day was relieved somewhat by the throwini; open of Balmoral, Sandgatc, aud Clayfleid. Each accommodated full quotas of club mem bers, Tybose enthusiasm, whetted by weeks of inactivity; Infused a rare zest and pleasure into the gamer. At Sandgatc. tlie home team received a visit from an official Q.B.A. party, who secured a narrow win in two riuks. The itin erary tv!H be continued among the metropoli (an clubs during the present week, and will latJT \ie extended to T6owoomba an-S Warwick Details :—

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
The HOUSEWIVES EXCHANGE Hints to Hand [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 10 October 1926

^nni^ca^&t iivawi- ' -- — -^sass..' k«9£Bi Hints to Hand Setting Colours. To sot colours in new materials be fore washing grate two medium-sized potatoes as Cue as possible. To the grated potato add one-half --up of vinegar and oiie-fourth cup of sait Allow this mixture to stand for 10 minutes,, then add one gallon of rain watpr. Let the material or dresses soak in this for 20 minutes before washing. The colours are not only set by the method, but they are sun proof against fndiug. — (Miss) A. P. (Valley). Get the STeodle. Used gramophone needles make ex eellent brads for fastening in the backing of home-framed pictures. Thsy are also good as glazier's points when putting in heavy window glafs. — (Mrs.) A. J. (North Ipswich). Washers for Scrff^-top Bottles. Any motorist will have an old inner tube to give away. Open it out and mark out size of lid. Gut out with old pair of scissors. Put a piece of grease-proof paper over tiin j:im or fruit, and screw on rubber disc and lid w...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
FAST 50 YARDS [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 10 October 1926

FAST 50 YARDS SVDXEY.- Paturdd.v.-^Swimmins at the Balmoral haOis tills .ifternooQ. Tharlie Stuart ? of Balmoral Chib, registered the last time of 21 2-3sw for 50 yanlv. Tlic time wns all tile mure remarkable as it In tlie lirs tbiie this soasur. that Stuart has taken part in races. Vic Myers, of Bal moral Cluh, covered 50 yards breast stroke In 33 2-5ser. Tlie University Club held rapes at the Domain baths this morn inc. Results:—*'. Vlyim -15) I N. M'lntnsh (12) i. E. Sriiblc (Id) 3. Dlvlnp H.inik-ap: r. O'Dea CIS t 1. J. Talty Shortly .-jftfr inkM.-iy on .Saturday I.hc Ithiir-M fhv liiig;i.lc' rxt.inguislicd a grass fire hi a ynnl ;i} Ein»ggerator r::ci-, Rr,l Hill. Snniv lmrninnj rubbish in a yard in Honil stro.-t. Hulimlin. ^ct fnv to ;i f.ii.c siir-rniiiiiliiifr I!,,, j,,,,. j'oriy of .lolin S!iiris«. Tli,. H'!ni-.V;il lirip:i«]f oMin^uisli-.-.I |!i,- fir.- l,ffni-t- any diiuiago ln-yon-] t!,f -!i:nriiig ..f the fence had heeu done

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

ECONOMY IN CAKE MAKING Many housewives go to the. trouble of washing and drying fruit before using. An easy way is as follows: — Prepare all ingredients for cake. While doing so put fruit into separate basin and scald, do this twice, and drain water off and add to mixture wnne hot. you win nnd by doing tnia very little, if any, milk is needed, and also fruit will be tender and moist, not hard like in many cakes. — K. M. (Wynnum South).

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

This Week's Award Accompanying my correspondence last week was a bottle of aoijehound beer that, on being opened, was pro nounced to be excellent by several who tasted it. On the principle that 'the proof of the pudding is in the eating thereof' I have awarded the prize to ? he sender: — Mrs. BEATRICE HACON, Cameron street, West End, whose recipe is as follows: — HOEEHOtrarD BEER. One tablespoon soap bark, Is tablespoon hops, li tablespoon hore hound herbs, 13 tablespoon whole ginger. 1 cup corn or wheat. Boil all these in an ordinary saucepan of water for half an hour. Then put in a kerosene tin 6 cups sugar, i teaspooD cream of tartar, i tea spoon taria ric acid, 1 tablespoon xanilla. Add the boiled mixture also i cup btfrnt sugar to colour it. Also a bottle of brewed hore honnd. Strain. I add enough water to wake a tinfnl. Bottle j j;iraipr?!t away. Put. invay for a week'. I buy Gd worth of hore hound herbs, and 6d worth of soap iip.rfc at ihe chemist, and it does quite a lot of ...

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

Queries Meatless Diet. X.M., of ' Eagle Junction. wishes some recipes for a member of her family not exactly an invalid, but who has to do without meat. Eggs aro allowed, aiso flsb, but fish does not agree with him, and he is not over-fond of eggs. Shining Shoes. H.W.C. (Brisbane) a^ks: ? -oaU you assist me as to the method of cleaning brown shoes, which, have become black and rfirty, and when polished wilh vari SPOON AS CAKE-BEATER. The caf;c-aeetlns spoon shown in the accompanying sketch is made of aluminium. and is designed to introduce as much air ss psfsible into the caHe ir, the beatJnB process. ous polishes Jo not cive any rcsponto to a shim1- A s^.op-c.eninnj; parlour in this city. 1 have been told, will shine the shoe3, no matter what colour thc-v are. and thejr shine with a brilliance that can not be excelled. With your aid I might be able to communicate with someone who could give me the directions for niakinjr tins liquid that will make jay shoe? shine.'' 'Shamrock' Weed...

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

ICE CREAM SPONGE Cut out the centre fr^m a stale sponge cake. Fill quicK'y with ice cream. Tnra over on a g'ass dish, fcift icing sugar over, and eoc*1!' with straw berries or chopped red Hell'. This is simple, but a nice chin^.-(Mrs.) J. M. (Toowoombaj.

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

LATEST SCRATCHINGS. 3IELBOUEZNTE, Friday.— Following are tlie Jan-st ^'ratchings: — j V.B.C SPKIXG MEETING. j Melbo'inie Cup: Cimon. Devonshire,: V.A.T.C. SPBDCG MEETING. ' Caulfie'd Cup: Johimie Jones- j AH mgagements-. Shanty- J

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

SINGLETON RACES NEWCASTLE, Saturday— The Singleton R.C. I held a meeting this afternoon in fine weather. I Results :— I FLYING WELTEE HANDICAP. 5^ Furlones. EUSEE, 0 0 .. ? (F. Howson) 1 STILL WATER. S.O ? (L. Griffiths) 'J TULOOAH, 9.13 ? a. Mahonoy) S Betting: 10 to 1 against EDSEE. Won by a length: half a length. Time, 1.8. Dividends (for 10s) ; £5 10s 6d, 10s 6d, and ISs. SIAIDE.V HANDICAP. 4 Furlongs. PRINCESS MAGGIE, 8.0 .. (E. C. Reynolds) 1 MOUNT OLIVE. 8.0 ? (R. James) 2 SIMMER'S LAST, 7.6 all. olb (B. Brauer) S Butting: 3 to 1 against PRINCESS MAGGIE. Won by balf a head; two lengths. Timo, SO'iser. Dividends: £1 Ss 6d. 7s Cd, and £2 Ss. SINGLETON HANDICAP. 1 Mile. WEANBAH. 8.1S ? (Jlearsi 1 KENILTRY. all. 5Ib, 6.9 .. (D. Frost I 2 M00TI. 8.0 ? (J. Mahoney) 1 BeH-ing: 5 to 1 against WEANBAH. Won by a heod; three-quarters of a lenjrtfc. Time, 1.41. Dividends: £3 0b 6d, £1, and lls tii PACE WELTER, 6 Furlongs. THURLOW. T.7 ? (B. Brauer) X ROSTON. 8.4 ? (R. James) 2 BELLE TROI...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
ABDERA WINS WELL Rampion Takes the Guineas MANFRED'S EXERCISE GALLOP Opening Day at Caulfield [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 10 October 1926

' ABDERA WINS WELL m ? .-,.? ? ? ** ? ? w%% Riffipica -Takes the Guineas p MANFRED'S EXERCISE GALLOP II Opening Day at Caulfield jk Melbourne. Saturday. — tki V *ofi^ Amateur Turf Clult opened its ^?Spring carnival at Caulfield this af '^jternoo'i iu the presence of a large k aittcndan-*e. Heavy rain . foil over j..'night, iJnd the morning was showery, '..£The going vras 'on the soft side, and ?iifsfct- times wore, not expected. . ;, The club presented a very attrae :_;*ive programme, and splciiuid aeepr-- ?=.tanees were received. Many of the -''?cf.'iU'k performers of the moment, in - deluding Manfred. Rampioii, The Bnn ???icer, sspearcr, Karon, and I'erspoi-iivf?, ixrere imontj the acceptors. : v. Stakes for the afternoon reached 'ttie excellent total of £S3jO. , t Many cruel; three year-olds com peted 5n the Caulficld Guineas, which 'icarried the rich prize of 3f-00 guineas. 'jFVorm in the f5at events had an i:nport 4ant beaming on the tvo Cups possi bilities. Many costly and wel...

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

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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

If Baby is not satisfied ?with the food given but cries for more — yonr system of feeding is * certainly wrong. In all cases of doubt or difficulty use : Free Sample of Mellin's Food. Cut this out and post with { I ? your name and address to : — | ? : MET.LIM 's FOOD T^to . 98. Tc'ingf n S' rn'linnrwood. Victnria. j ? . ScKool lunches ff c&he kiddies off to school are set, f^jj||j|j^ tWith lunches made from -^nchovette!A^^^W PECKS * , ^^B cjZlways keep a jar in the pantry ^P38p) You will get greater satisfqflion and truer economic value by selecting your Gifts from Stewart Dawsbn's WE CORDIALLY INVJTE YOU TO INSPECT OUR STOCKS. OR SEND FOR FREE CATALOGUES. 9ct Cold Wristlet Lwer Watch .tally b 214— Dainty Dla jewalled movement, reliable timekeeper, fitted mond Cluster R'no. with black SCk Band and Gold Fartener. 80/; f|5 OtherT £12/10/ other* from 70/ to s£7/IO/. to fo5 * -*m ? ? iii11BlJHltoi'ii ? ' iimi Gent's Higb-orad* Elgin Wristlet Watches, Tennean shape, best quality,...

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

WEST MORETON RACES There was au increased attendance at the raced held at Uundamba ou Saturday under the autpiees of ihe West JIore;oc Race Club. Following were the results: — MAIDEN PLATE, about 4 furloogt. LADY LOCK, by Applegaren (imp.) ^ ? 8.5 ? (IX Bailey) 1 MASTER BOKGHESE, 9.0 (J. Small) r BOOVAIi BELLE, 9.3 .. (B. Parkes) 3 Blue Baron. S.T (A. Thuiuvsoo) was the only other Btarter. Belting: 5 to i sgaicst Mas-tcr Horghefce, 2 to 1' Blue Bnron, 4 to 1 Bouval Belle, 10 to 1 LADV LOCK. Wou hy four lcnstiis. Time, 54ec-'. Dividend: i'li 13s. Bi:NDAJlllA HANDICAP, about i iurlonss. WEE BILL, by Cyrus— La-!y Leva, 10 9 ? (J. SjmiISj 1 FAlBY GEBL, S.O ? CB. Parkes) U GU'tiY KO&E, $.12 . ? . --»- Courtney) O Otbsr btartert; ilyiuillcni, y.12 (V. Bailey): Oallopiax La(1- 6-7 *-^- Thompson) ; il'Ailoruin. 8.3 (A. Tindalij. Bettin;;: Even money ii'Allorum, 5 to 2 agaiust Fairy Girl, -1 to 1 WE15 BILL, 3 to 1 Jlymillcrn and Oailoinng Girl, 6 to 1 Grey Noel-. Won by two lenctbs, ...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
BETTER BILLIARDS INMAN'S SUGGESTION [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 10 October 1926

BETTER BILLIARDS ! — * — i INMAN'S SUGGESTION -AtSTHALIAN CABLE SERVICE.) I^ONDON, Saturday ? Melbourne In- i man. with a view to brightening lyl- j liardf. suggo?ts the adoption of 3?in ( pockets in rirofVssioiial tnatPlics. and;in ' iiintoln's for tlic amsitour chain pinnsirip. | (Tl)-? standard yockc-t now in use for match ffljiy is IU inriipj: -,rido. The to- ? diicfion in wiijt'i t«.i :'-} inc-Jie,- might ) bnvc )!ic tMfoi-t of In-ightesisng the! gani^, I'.v icilii'-iiijt tli-- number -if Uik- I ing ]iazanl.- off t-Iic rod and stimulating ail round play.)

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

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

MELBOURNE MELBOURNE, Saturday.— The criciitt reason in Victoria began to-day. Soaking rains dur ing Uje week hsd turned many grounds into ?akes, and only two district matches were be tun both starting late. Other matches ta^ to be postponed, aud tli^y will be decided en uesi Saturday's play. The unfurling of the premiership flag, won by St. Kilda last season, was to have laken place this afternoon, but it was put off for u. \\*pU. Koavy rain also de layed the opening of the cricket season in the country centres. The result of the Vuiver sity v North Melbourne ni.in:ii was: N«rih Melbourne, (irst iniiiiins r.j. UuviUn-.: Morau. fire lor 00 : Rowland;:, two for S2 : WimhI, two fit 11; «;arldtul oiie fm- S. l'iiiversi:y'' first imiiut'-s oiu- for -0. Iu tli» St. Kilda r ICsrfn.lc.!: imi.-u --.. K.i.l.i I declared wild six for Hi! I.-.wIMi;; : Mii!i-.tI. : lour for 4u ; l)avi.». one i:-r 1 1.

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

j QUEENSLAND MUSICIANS I i Queensland friends of Mr. Edward Cahill and Mr. George Brooke will be interested to hear of their doings in Melbourne. In response to many requests they have arranged to give two concerts in Melbourne next month. At a farewell reception given to Lady Groom bv the Lady Headly. Mr. Cahill and * Mr. ''uimi: -_uih.iiijuli*u me musical pro gramme. The entertainment was held at 'The Lodge,' Toorak, where the Lady Headly is now in residence. On Friday, October S, the artists will be guests of honour at the Lyeonro Club, and on October 12 at the Women's Automobile Club. They also have many profession nl engagements at private homes for the coming race season. The actuality of to-day seldom looks as good as the theory o£ yesterday. I

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
Medium Conditions Again Prevail for the Sailers LITTLE SHIPS IN ACTION Gladys a Champion Another Win for D.V.B. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 10 October 1926

Medium Conditions Again Prevail for the Sailers LITTLE SHIPS IN ACTION Gladys a Champion Another Win for D.V.B. RESTRICTED YACHTS . .: ?.-.-. -. CARESS II. (L. Watts). EIGHTEEN FOOTERS . . . - .. . D.V.B. (V. ,CaUaghan-. TWENTY-TWO FOOTERS .. ,. GLADYS (V. Negus). SANDGATE YACHTS .. c: ... HILMA (H. Tronc). BRISBANE SKIFFS ? -- JOYCE (H. Pavey). SOUTH BRISBANE SKIFFS .. WILDFIRE (J. Wallis). WATERLOO BAY SKIFFS .. .. VICTOR (V. Lucas). The conditions for Saturday's races were again unsatisfactory. Starting' off iu a westerly there appeared very little prospects 'of the races finishing ivitliin the allotted time. A little varia tion in the breeze towards the south ern quarter and a decided freshening about 4 p.m. enabled the craft to make sufficient headway to finish, cvsn though ,tlie breeze eventually died right away. Sailing men have not yet this season experienced ideally good conditions, and the races have therefore lacked a certain amount of interest. The out standing performan...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
PRIMARY SCHOOLS AUSPICIOUS OPENING THREE CENTURIES RECORDED [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 10 October 1926

PRIMARY SCHOOLS - ' ? AUSPICIOUS OPENING THREE CENTURIES RE CORDED Keen enthusiasm marked the launching of the Primary Schools competitions. The form displayed, especially by the batsmen, in many of the games was of high class. Three cen turies were recorded, the successful batsmen beine E. Jkletexlfe. Bullmba, 113 not out, J. Donovan, Ithaca Creek. 104 not out. Ryune. Hilton. 103 not out. The outstanding bowline performance was recorded by Geddes. Milton, who in the first innings captured ten wickets for 16 runs, and in the second seven wlcketi for IS runs. His first Innings effort included the double hat trick. Results: — Eagle Junction, five for 153, declared (Han ccck 59, Hubbard 5S). Bowling: Houseman, three for 59; Eaves, two for 56. Hendra, 17 and 67 (Plastow 40 and 7. Bowling: Hub bard, thirteen for 33 : Mauone.v, three for M? : Hancock, three for 15. Woa by Junctions oy an innings and -il runs. ITHACA CREEK, sis for 212, declared (Dono van 101 not out. Runt 79 not out. Elli...

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

CREMORNE THEATRE ? 4. ? THE SNAPSHOTS Many Cremorne patrons were desir ous on Saturday evening of seeing the additions to 'The Snapshots of 1926.' j Anticipation was not exceeded by rea lisation, and in no instance was there a negative success. As is only to be expected with such an entertainment. 'lie cuuicuy uitiupu [ iuuuu iiu ia.i;.n. vj. appreciation. Joe Brennan, with his broad jocularity and distinctive man ner of moralising at the most inoppor tune moments, tendered advice to all and sundry in his dilation, 'Mother's so particular with me.' According to his own confession, mother's vigilance was ineffective, and the profundity of his knowledge of the 'ways of the worldly wise certainly stamped him as the very personification of youthful impudence, Joe 's versatility was giver, further expression in a 'hair-raising' snapshot, in which he invaded a beauty parlour in a most sensational and laughable manner. In fun-malting the artist found ;i worthy colleague in Walter Cornoek. ...

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