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STUDENTS' SUCCESS BIGGS—HOCKINGS BATTING AND BOWLING [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 10 October 1926

STUDENTS* SUCCESS ♦ — BIGGS— HOCKINGS BATTING AND BOWLING University carried their first day's total of one for 135 against Colts .No. 2 team ' to four for 260, and then de clared the innings closed. The principal scorer was-M. Biggs, with 98. He played the sporting ' game, hitting hard and often and did not give a chance; his figures included 14 fours and a six. Uni versity -went for ? th. outright win, but had to be content with a first innings victory of 136 runs. Six of the Colts' wickets had fallen on Saturday for 106, and up to this stage Jamp Hockings, whose bowling against Eastern Suburbs in the opening game of the season was . so good, had taken five for 21. off, eight pvers two maidens; all the batsmen save one man, were caught off him. Meteyard and Fulcher were in later, and the best in .the innings came from them. Meteyard scored two sixes one off Hall and the other off Seaman. Each batted neatly and confidently and with Dobrich gave the Colts a satisfactory totaL The no...

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

B GRADE TOOMBTJI, No. 1 v EASTERN SUBUBBS. Played at Kaymond Park, and won by Toombul Jfo. 1 by 80 rung on first innings. EASTERN SUBURBS. — First innings, 164 Second Innings. E. Johnson. l.b-W., b Keir ? 7 F. Murray, c Keir. b Robinson . . 3 6 K. Hiekey. b Little ? 137 W. Smith, b Bubke ? --J4 J. Thomson, c Jolly, b Westacott 42 II Forbes, b Blacklock ? fi N.' Seib, c Bubke. b Joll j .... 15 V. Ferguson, b Jolly ? 5 A. Rofe. not out .. .. . , .. .. 32 A. Davis not out ? s Sundries ? 13 Total for seven wickets ? . . . 30 / Bowling: Keir, one wicket for 38 runs; Westacott, one for 57; Robinson, one for 33; Bubke, one for 29; Blacklock. one for 44; Jolly, two for 41; Little, one for 10; Parker, 'none for 22; Oxenham. none for 22. TOOMBUL No. 1. — First Innings. K. Robinson, b Rofo ? 78 A. Jolly, c Seib. b Rofe ? 19 W. Blacklock, c Rofe, b Waterman 34 H.* Clark, c Thomson, b Rofe . . 8 C. Bubke, b Rofe ? 16 A. Oxenham. b Rofe . . i ? 4 G. Lockie. b Rofe ? 18 6. Keir, b Waterman ? 10 H....

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ACCIDENTS [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 10 October 1926

ACCIDENTS ClaTO Peck, of Gertrude-street, High- ' gate Hill, had her right arm fractured^ n-Lcti slie was knocked dotvn by a | motor c.-ir in Queen -street on Saturday i morning. The ambulance took her to i Jbe General Hospital. ] Froderick Gilbert, of Cordelia -street, i South Brisbane, wns struck on the hcn-l l-y h. pipe m-IiHp n-orking at a foundry iu fc-uu-h Drisbane ou Satur- j Ar.y rror-.iiiig. Tiio anihulun-*'? !reatf--} lii?u i-s injuries lo the head. an-] took ];ini f0 the Mater Public Hospital.

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

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FIRST INNINGS VICTORIES IN ALL CRICKET MATCHES TWO CENTURIES Senior Grade Games GOOD BATTING AND BOWLING Indifferent Fielding [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 10 October 1926

imST INNINGS VICTORIES IN ALL CRICKET MATCHES ? TWO CENTURIES t- ' ?' ? * — ^ Senior Grade Games I: (JbOD BATTING AND BOWLING * Indifferent Fielding %?? -:- The second of the series of A grade senior matches finished on Sat «i urday. Eastern Suburbs, Valley, University, and Toombul each won on ^ the first,, innings. % South Brisbane ran Toombul very closely, and with 20 minutes to i_. play it was a question whether ti me or the ball - would determine the Q isue. The ball won. The finish was very exciting. ?f- Two batamen scored the century, Gill and Farquhar, and the innings % of each was .fine to watch. The former had the odds to fight against. .£ Farquhar taught -the colts some le ssons. - lv There is room .for much improvement in fielding, particularly the '% throw-in to the' wicket-keeper. ^ ' BEST PERFORMANCES. f bATTING. BOWLING. % J. Farquhar, not out ? 154 E. Silverton ? \ two for 11 % L. GiU .. ? ..123 C. Sim ? .. .. three for 21 ^;M. Biggs ...... ? ? 98 L. Hocking, .. .. ....

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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C GRADE [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 10 October 1926

C GRADE EASTERN' SL'BL'RBS v SAXDGATE. Played at Deapon, and won by Eastern Suburbs by 139 runs on first innings. SAXDGATE.— First. Innings, 114, SECOND INNINGS. , H. Slaughter, l.b.w. b Ferguson .. .. ? S. Clarke, b Colborne ? 18 A. Armstrong, l.b.w. b Colborne .... 4 C. Fruitier, c and b Colborne .... S C. Slaughter, b Turner ? 29 R. Gaakell, b Ferguson ? C4 S Kempster, c Ferguson b Turner .. 0 \V. Richardson, b Turner ...-?.... 3 H. Burtwhistle, b Thompson ? 2 K. Weitemeyer. b Turner ? 8 S. Johnston, not out ? .. ..16 Sundries ? . . ? . 3 Totcl ? 15i Bowling : Ferguson, two wickets for 14 runs ; Colborne. three for 54; Thompson, one for 24 : Turner, four for 33 ; Green, none for 26 : Burgc, none for 1. EASTERN SUBUURS-— First Innings. D. Colborne, b Burtwhistle ? 40 J. Burce, b Slaughter ? 146 C. -'ef Ison, b Richardson ? 20 A. Thomson, b Richardson ? o K. Green, c Clarke, b Fruitier .... 3 L. Ferguson, not out ? 13 Sundries ? 31 Total for five wickets (declared) 253 Bowling : Ri...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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JUNIOR DIVISION [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 10 October 1926

JUNIOR DIVISION SENIOB GBADE. CAMPBELL'S v THOMPSON ESTATE B. Thompson Estate ..151 (Stewart 43, Stur gesE 26, Lancaster 19). Bowling, Davenport four for 52, Campbell three for 11, Marxon three for 16. Campbells five for 354 (Down 159. Lather 100 not out, 'West 46). Won by Campbells. BRISTOL y NORMAN PARK. Norman Park 96 and 151 (Tooth 20, Grealy-15). Bowling, P. Maggs three for 19, Anderson three for 20, P. C. Maggs four for 20. Bristol seven for 193 (do claxed) (N-vlan 61, Leiper 42, Townley 36). Bowling. Woodhead five for 62. Won by Bristol by an innings and 33 runs. ? CARLTON v BALMORAL. Balmoral 132 (Metcalfe 39. Love 60). Bowling, Hare five for 20. Code three for 5. Carlton seven for 301 (Tranent 105 (re RON OXENHAM showed his prowess as a bowler - on Saturday by taking seven wicket! for 74 against South Brisbane. tired), Townson 39, Geddes 37 not out). Won by Carlton by 169 runs on first in nings. SHERWOOD A t FAIRF1ELD B. Fairfield B 77 and 117 (Hamilton 17, Lake 18 and 17. ...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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MRS. KENDAL DAME OF EMPIRE AN APPRECIATION [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 10 October 1926

MRS. KENDAL DAME OF EMPIRE AN APPRECIATION J. T. Grcir «r,#.i«*t h »-« * Cbr'ste'.n Science Monitor': The King, in Hie latest list of hon ours, conferred on Mrs. Kendal, with Ellen Terrv. the greatest actress of a generation, the title ne Dame of the Order of tho British Empire, the coun terpart for women to the accolade of Colleen Moore, and her handsome le ading man, Lloyd Hughes, who are seen in very likeable roles in 'Ella Cinders,' a special Tivoli attraction for Thursday next. . knighthood. 1 recall the impression of her being feted some years ago by the O.P. Club and rarely was there such unison of approval of tlie ieast and such eagerness to swell the throng in her honour. ? Now, as then, but one sad chord vib rates in the chorus of tribute, and_ to attune to p-mti^iiny is in Mrs. Ken dal's own hand. Why, oh! why, has this wonderful actress left the boards? Why must we indulge in reminiscences where there is her personality, her lovely voice now too rarely heard1' in public ...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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VALLEY THEATRE "CROWN OF LIES" SYD. BECK TO ENTERTAIN [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 10 October 1926

VALLEY THEATRE — ^_ — 'CROWN OF LIES' SYD. BECK TO ENTERTAIN Valley Theatre patrons will bo well catered* far to-morrow. Tuesday, an-1 Wednesday, wlirn the management »vill present a sparkling new programme, in eluding Pola Negri in 'The Crown vf Lies' the Metro Goldwyn production, 'Sun Up,' and at afternoon and night sessions, Syd Beck in n number- «f comedy songs. 'The Crown of Lies' is a vehicle which gives Fola -.egn greit emotional scope. 'Sun Up' is the screen version of tho famous stage success of the same name, and features Conrad Nagel, Pauline Starke. George K. Arthur, and Edward Connolly. The tale is one of romance, and a beautiful love \vhicb flowered in the elemental primitive surroundings of the Kentucky hills, and the feud .fo ment is a strong factor. DROLL COMEDIAN. Syd Beck ha9 been called Australia's droilest comedian. To-morrow at the afternoon and evening sessions he will be heard in a number of comedy selec tions which have won him fame. Trie season is strictly ...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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WAREHOUSE DIVISION 1A GRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 10 October 1926

WAREHOUSE DIVISION 1A GRADE. CAMPBELL'S v M'WHIRfTEK.S'. M'Whirters', 183 and 86 f Wright 84. ilellor -j.1. Rose 25, Callaghan 32 and 21). Bowling, Noonan four for 34. Reese three for 21, Bull two for 6, Warden four for 12- Campbell's, 162 and eight for 111 (Jones 82, Edmonds 48 and 40 not out. Bull 17, Cheyne 15 not out). Bowling. Downey six for 46 and two for 52, Cal laghan three for 49 snd four for 57. Campbell's won by two wickets and 4 run.s. nr * tv nnAiko _ fprmi t^o Titles. 1]3 and 133 (Taylor 37, Reith muller 62 not out. Gedge 20, Lindsay 29, Thompsen 28). Bowling: Knott three for 36 and three for 34, Peterson three for 16 and five for 47. Main Roads, 179 and \ three for 104 (Menzies 48, Peterson- 35 and I 29 not out, Knott 25, Fryer 24, Sheppard j 19). Bowling: Lawson three for 44. Tev- I lor four for 38 and three for 43. Won by Main lioad* by seven wickets and 37 runs'. OVERELLS1 c MACDONALD. HAMILTON OvereUs', 82 and 91 (Mears 45, Drum mond 24. Grace 26 not out). Bowling...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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THE TIVOLI "THE LOVE THIEF" "SILVER TREASURE" [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 10 October 1926

THE TIVOLI — ♦ — : — 'THE LOVE THIEF' 'SILVER TREASURE' Tho central attraction for to-morrow is 'The Love Thief,' whilst in its support are Joseph Conrad's 'Silver Treasure.' and a tabloid fctory of th« turf, entitled 'Ruling for a King, '? and featuring His Majesty's favourite jockey, Steve Doiioghue. * At the al'tcrnoon and evening ses j tsions, in the main theatre, the Avions. j stuifeiu iiiiiiii irapezihis, win ue pre sented, and in the Roof Garden at the evening sessions the Selbons, Tivoli celebrity stars, will render a delight ful potpourri of dancing, singing, and patter items. 'The Love Thief' is a Jewel spe cial, with Norman Kerry and Oreta Nissen, two well tried p'ayers who have won reuov.n with their past sterling performances. The feina!* artists in this attraction are exquisitely dressed, and the settings are beau tiful. The story is really a battle of hearts between a feminine beauty, played by Greta Kissen, and t!:e dash ing Norman Kerry ns a cavalier with j a daring...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
PHRASES TABOO. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 10 October 1926

PHRASES TABOO. There are two phases 1 haic— 'hav- Jrg a good rime' and ' ?'setting my CiTm buck.' — Lord Philliuaorr:.

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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BRITISH PUSH. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 10 October 1926

BRITISH POSH. Foreign nicrkcis -a \vhic?i we have been exposed io keen competition have been captured by the foreigner. I do not tliink he will retain them per mnnenfTv once tve jiet together aj.iin. — :«-. WiMMft CfcnrelrilL

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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"THE DREAM" OUT OF DOORS IN DENMARK [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 10 October 1926

THE DREAM' ? ♦ ? ?. OUT OF DOORS IN DENMARK IV- picturcsoi- thesti-e in tho forest ! of Ulvedaien (DeuBj.irk) has just com- I pletcd a series of its most popular piny, i 'A Midsummer Night's Dream.' under j the direction of Adam Poulsen. from th«' I Eoy.il Theatre at Co-»--nhnson. whose work has earned only admiration and praise. One r-onW almost imasrine that Obe ruu una urania, witn rneir tram of tiny followers, had always held raid right revels here. Overhead is the onk ? vidinc th ac-orn cups into whv-h fhp fairy elves ran creep 'and hide them j ere.'' A misohief-loving Puc' was seen j with *erv-red wig and ponncal pranks, and his ''Ha! Ha!!' echoing among th-= trr-«\ In the comic interlude with Pv ramus and Thisbe. the piping voiop of the aetor of the latter role, stumbling alonsr in feminine attire, caused waves --f iauchter to ripple through the beech wooils. When the curtains of nisrbi- began in realitv to fold around the trc-e*ons I'roni each side of the front of the theatr...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
MUSIC IN PARKS [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 10 October 1926

MUSIC IN PARKS {Under the Auspices of the Brisbane City Council) SUNDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1926. WICKHAM PARK: Brisbane Municipal Concert Band, 8.15 p.m. BOTANIC GARDENS: Brisbane Citizens' Military Band, 8.15 p.m. BOTANIC GARDENS: Brisbane Excel sior Band, 3.15 p.m. ' MOWBRAY PARK: Brisbane Metropoli tan Band, 3 p.mt

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 10 October 1926

iSpi-TY'S THEATRE IMisctlon. J. a WILLIAMSON LTD. , '?''' * ? SAVE TOW MET 'BR^WN SUGAR' SJrt^l^et— bat Otatefined. .iM^pS)l# AND -TtTESDAT, liASt 'S NIGHTS OF RENEE KELLY li. **-« M.at6a* London Garrick Taeatro Comedy Success, 'BROWN SUGAR' IT'S A RIOT OP LAUGHTER, TON. FAST. ASD FUfelOCSt RENEE KELLY as Stella Deering, t&e ex-Chorus Girl, on Satnrday sdded another brilliant character to bet gallery of popular rolet.. NEXT WEDNESDAY, ZA&T* NJGHTS OP SEASON AND SATURDAY MATINEE RENEE KELLY in ??'BADD* LOKO LEGS.' KSNEE KELLY, iv,*he .famous «btttttw of Judy, ♦-iginateil by her tt the London' and Kew Torfc pro 4ttctions, PLASB, DAY JSAtES. PALING'S. HEAR ROSE MARIE and - INDIAN LOVE CALL On the Classic Vocalion Record X9875. 10-inch 4/. . Vocal Hits from 'Bose Marie,' by Walter Howard and Kathleeu Destournel. THE AEOLIAN CO., (AUST.) LTD., 'Hear Here.' 486 Queen-street (opp. Customs House), ? BRISBANE: ? Brisbane Municipal Concert Band AND Coo-ee Male Quartet Party (W...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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EDWARDS' TRIUMPH LAFFINEUR KNOCKED OUT [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 10 October 1926

EDWARDS' TRIUMPH ? 9 l,AFFINEUR KNOCKED otjT SYDXEY, Saturdaj'. — In knocking out Ivan Laffineur (France) in the lOtli round at tiie Stadium to-night, 'BUly' Edwards (Newcastle) proved to be one of the best middlewcights discovered in Australia for years. Edwards weighed! 11.6, and Jiaffiueur 11.2. There was -i\ notable scene before the fight com menced, when 'Tommy' Uren, who has just announced his retirement from the ring, was introduced io me crowu, auu was heartily cheered. There -was quite an interesting first round. Laffiueur, with long lefts, had Edwards' mouth bleeding, while Ed wards, jumping in a couple of timesj scored with a left to the body and a heavy right cross. Laffineur showed his toughness by taking the punches aud fighting back. Laffineur, who showed an eagerness to cross his right, had a bit the better of the Jong range boxing in round two, but he had to take some nasty punehes in the close work, especi ally one left huok to the body. There was hard fighting in ...

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

FLUNG OUT OF RING ? ♦ ? STRENUOUS WRESTLING MELBOUHXE. Saturday.— An a..i deut to Billy Mccske (32.12) c:iuse-l him to retire in the sixth roiyid '*' '''* 1 match with Mike Yokel O2.S) .-Jt tlje j Melbourne St.'idium to-niglit. ilecske was | bustling, and in tuie of his rhaigos Yokoi stooped u little and turned him with the shoulder. Meeske wont hurtling through the top two ropes, and landing on the Kfcpns lf-:idinfr to flip lintr rolled to the stone floor. Obviously shaken? it was some time before he recovered, and when he returned to the ring he was limping so badly that he had no chance of continuing. Thus Yokel was awarded the match. They had scored one fall e.-u-h, Yokel getting his in the third :icd Meeske scor ing in the fifth. Yokel's fpll was ob Jained after he had failed in an attempt to apply the Boston erab hold. Losing his grip on one leg he stepped over the other, and turned the foot back into the crook of his arm. Sleeske endured the painful hold for two minutes, usin...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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RADIO SETS OFFERED [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 10 October 1926

RADIO SETS OFFERED j a ? i The recent announcement tliat Farnicrs' broadcasting ftation -'SFC) Sydney, previ ously only beard by tbose with liijrli powered sets, hai reduced its wave length to 442 metres, caused renewed interest in radio rv- ' ception. It is now possible for anyone with ! a three, four, five, or sis valve set to brin; j in /every Australian station, all of which now j operate tinder a wave ban4 of 600 metres; ; This meass th»t in addition to 4QG's popu lar programmes, litteners-in can have the .' pleaBUxe ' of soutbern stations programmes ) -when desired. Because of this, the Home I Radio Service Ltd.. Courier Buildings. Bris- - bane, announces that it will itself. I ?nd through its dealers, make possible the purchase of radio sets complete on terms — a small deposit and balance to suit the pur : chaser. Every set offered through the jnthorised dealers or the firm is said to be complete in every detail, except aerial pole, and s licence is. of conrEe. a necessary ad...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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BOXING FIASCO IN BRISBANE "NO CONTEST" DECLARED [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 10 October 1926

BOXING FIASCO IN BRISBANE 'NO CONTEST' DECLARED Frauk Lock© ami .Tin-. Cox figured in a bout at the Krisbanc FtHdiwn on Saturday niglit tint was declared 'no contest' by tlio roferoo in tlio fourth round. Many of the spectators cheered that decision, and later, when 11i« re feree re-entered tin- ring -o oflR-iulc in :i. fill-iiji contest, )n-. -was given a flattering reception. AH parts of the f trill Kti i'lin«llnrl It i m Cox won cavh of \\\o three wliolo rounds boxeil. H-; scut Locke down in the second round on two oi-i-:ssions. i But both were rushing wiUly ;m-I | missing a lot. For a while in t lie third j session Cox save ground, but later j stiffened himself and sent Locke down ! for six. Both stsJgjrered to tlicir cor- j ners at the end of the round, an.irl i laughter. j Soou in the fourth Cox was sent j down for six. He got up, and aflcrj meeting Locke in :i wild rush went j down holding' his groin. The referee did not put the count on him. Tnstoad he told Cos to get up. Th...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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