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For the BOYS AND GIRLS CONDUCTED BY MARTIN HAMBLETON MONTHLY COMPETITION. Story Writing. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 17 October 1926

[?] Btl^^^^iWi^tjEfipM^^#t^ MONTHLY COMPETITION. -m — Story Writing. The competitors will be divided into two classes, viz., senior and junior. Bovs and girls to the age of 16 will com prise tbe junior division, and the senior division will be open to adults to the ?ace of 21. OTJR .OFFER. We offer the following prizes: — Senior. — First prize. £ 1 Is -, second prize. 10a 0d; third prize, 5s. Junior.— First prize, 10s 6d; second prize. 7es Cd: third prize. 5s. Tlie jfrizes will not be given in money, but will consist of books, and an order wiH be issued to. the successful com petitors to enable them to choose their own prizes to the value stated. Competitors may send in: — (1) Stones tor children; (2) stories of children; (3) animal or bird stories; and (4) other stories- suitable for ? children. 'WEEKLY AWARDS. Each week, .if possible, two stories ?will.' be selected from the two divisions, and book pmes to the value of 7s Od and 5s will be awarded. These stories T«rill also be eli...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
WEEKLY ESSAY [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 17 October 1926

WEEKLY ESSAY This competition (for which book prizes will be awarded) »'UJ be con tinued.. Senior and junior competitors to select their own subjects. The com petition closes on. Saturday. October 16. BU1ES TO BE OBSERVED. {1) Write your full name, age, and address carefully and clearly on the* first page, and write only on - one side of each sheet of paper used. NUMBEB OF WORDS NOT TQ EXCEED 750 All 'Whys' and Essays must be clearly addressed to: — Martin Hamble ton, 'The Sunday Mail'* Office, Bris bane. . ?

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
FROM THE HARBOUR CITY [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 17 October 1926

—FROM THE HARBOUR CIH— I 1 ._?__; ? -Br *? p- ? 1 In the crowded area at the . races it Tvas difficult to se6 the numerous beau tiful frotks that were worn. This is a sood wool season, trhich means that -ie wherewithal to pay the enormous sums that dressmakers demand for race frocks were forthcoming. The dressing at the Grand Prix, Ascot, or Goodwood could scarcely Burpu6S tie beauty of the toi lettes that were worn during the week's festivities. B*d And navy have been the favourite colours that outlined floral uinoDs and georgettes, when they did not compose the whole of the drsse. Bands on the bem. aud around the cuffs a.nd collars ?are one of the season's notes. One of the most beautiful dresses was iu black and white. The underdress was satin, and the coat that covered it was made of jeannine, inlet with machise stitching were bands -shading from grey to black, placed encircling each other in a conventional pattern around the hem, meeting higher up on one side than the other. Th...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
CAFE HOLD-UP PROPRIETOR ROBBED MASKED BANDITS [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 17 October 1926

CAFE HOLD-UP PROPRIETOR ROBBED MASKED BANDITS M£liBOUKN£, Saturday.- »nr prisedby two armed and v v&sma. men, M. Kicholas, the proprietor of -the Strand Cafe, South Yarza, seas robbed of £25 2s In notes and silver. The hold-up occurred at 1 o'clock this morning, one of the man menacing Kicholas -witli a revblvwr while the other ex tracted tbe notes snd silver from sis pocket. Tho u-bri: 'of the police is maue more;, 'flif&cult by the faet that S3*h*,i£,v j'caoa&i identify tha iw;» nieo;.; -,.:5fjcJi6las.' Tvho Is a weJl 'kinpwa -^aiitcer, 'is 30 years of age,, ^'io^ioall 'bnila- ? .^ i ^|AJ^Sut . J[? b J6l6cfc this morning, ' ' he vSaid,- 'I Iras . counting the day's takings at ,ljbe till,' £nd was -waiting for -several eustbniesrs to leave the -diniiig-rOpnu - After they left I walked round from- the fill to close fctto door of the shop, but as I at tempted to do : so, two masked men walked in. Both had revolvers, and their caps were pulled down Tvell over t...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
VALENCIA NEW COLOUR [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 17 October 1926

VALENCIA NEW COLOUR For evening the geranium reds vie with mauves and violets for leadership. The best violet is named Valencia, some times called primrose pink. It is on orchid, almost pink, and unusual to the eyes of the mode.

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
SAFETY FIRST SORTERS WANT IT SCARED OF ACCIDENTS [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 17 October 1926

SAFETY FIRST SORTERS WANT IT SCARED OF ACCIDENTS (PUBLISHED IN 'THE TIMES.') PARIS, Saturday. — Nervous on ac count of the increasing frequency of railway smashes, the letter-sorters em ploved by the post office have refused to work in vans next to the engine, and their trade union has upheld the de cision The companies protest at tbe decision, saying that it involves heavy shunting delays. ? ?- ?

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 17 October 1926

'-gM? building ..«Li^7 When you are weak and ' run 'WJ trade down' you need SCOTT'S Emul ^^^J sion — the proved strength maker. iHi^^ SCOTT'S Emulsion is the most iSBjsjaB^' reliable and palatable preparation -J^HP%» . of cod liver oil. It builds up .f-—''? the body. It heals the lungs. '?'-'-_'? No cough or cold can resist it.' ??-?? Four generations of doctors have ':: proved its worth. Ask for genuine Scotts Emulsion - ' ti^Wte Luna-Healer & Health-Giver $:^ '?.? \ Scott 6c Sown?. (Australasia), Ltd., 483 Kent Street. Sydney ^pj^ - wtjo - b^I^S^. *P^ian who suffers from ^;^JfflTO»mc constipation knows too ff§£|w|w ;|-fts ^ misery and torture. W -$fc yjM%~ OF SICKNESS iU M^ctow say definitely . that ,- ? \j$£^M:0 diseases start from ^»|W:diuig. Constipation ^f^^pll^g almost .general— particularly among women, j^nnply because our modern / |tnethod& of living permit the ^intestinal muscles to grow soft Jand flabby. ' Poisons accumu ;';3ate and are distributed through...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
HUGE THEFT JEWELS VALUE £312,500 WHILE MADAME SLEPT [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 17 October 1926

HUGE THEFf JEWELS VALUE £312,500 WHILE MADAME SLEPT (AUSTRALIAN CABLE SERVICE.: PARIS, Saturday. — A burglar who discovered the key of a jewel safe lw side' the bed of Madame tioewenstein wife of the Belgian financier, who is residing at Biarritz, rifled the safe while the. lady slept. The haul includes a necklace of 177 pearls, valued 3t 4,000.000 francs (£25,000).. The total value of the miss ing 'jewels is estimated nt 30.000.000 francs (£312,500). (Csptals A. Loewensleln, Xnovn a= the Hos iery man of Blarrllz, recently offered to form a syndicate to redeem tbe Belgian irmc. ti the fraisc depreciated after three jeans t]-c Belgian Government was to refund £10.000,007 ln exchange for aotes. The Belgian Govern ment declined tbe oSer.)

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 17 October 1926

GIRLS ! pBflSPI This GOLD ? — IT HmttnV 'M Expanding ARMLET saBBi WE SUPPLY two patterns, Grecian as illustrated, or Key Pattern. They are :-||9 silver lined, guaranteed 9 ct gold and are very popular. Why pay w';-$|H much *s 20/- and more in your riiop for one of these Armlet* when .\sSH we are willing to give you one absolutely Free of Charge. We have sent out :^Wm hundred* of these Armlets to all parts of Australia and have not had a single '$$g| diuatisfied customer. ira You tli use Toilet Goods, such as Face Cream, Soap, Tooth Paste Shampoos, etc van and have numerous girl friends who do likewise. Now, we are one af the best known . :»§? makers of Toitot Goods in Australia and our products are guaranteed to give '?ii»H ?atlsfaetloB. In order to increase their popularity we will give Free of Charge A|||9 one of the Gold Armlets described above for using in your own borne or selling 1§| amongst your girl friends, only one SO/, parcel of our products. This you can easily 'Mm do in...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
FIRE DESTROYS HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 17 October 1926

FIRE DESTROYS HOUSE. B17DEBI2I, Saturday. — Fire com pletely destroyed the residence of Mr. Ji A. Somerville early on Thursday morn ing. Mr. and Mrs. Somerville, who were awakened by the bea*» and smoke, hnfl a narrow escape.

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
SILK BATHING SUITS [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 17 October 1926

SILK BATHING SUITS This season many of the smartest suits are made of gay printed silks or linens, while those of more conservative appear ance are of black crepe de Chine or satin with long sleeves and collars that button t high at the throat to prevent sunburnt Plaid taffeta also is much in evidence and is used for several of the most attractive models.

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
DARING BANDITS TAKE PAY ROLL OF £32,000 OUTLAWS BAIL UP ESCORT [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 17 October 1926

DARING BANDITS ?» — TARE PAY ROLL OF ; £32,000 OUTLAWS BAIL UP ESCORT (AUSTRALIAN clBLE SERVICE.) ELIZABETH (?Cew Jersey), Satnr -[ay) ,— Bandits held up a mail truck in. the heart of the business district while it wa.s under police escort. They iilled one of the escort, aud escaped with a pnv-Toll amounting1 to 160,000 dollars (approximately £32,000)

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
BEAUTY BY THE SEA [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 17 October 1926

BEAUTY BY THE SEA Stimulating and invigorating as sea bathing is to the general system, it playB havoc with the complexion and hair if they are not properly protected before entering the water. If your skin is of that fine, 6cnsilivc tvr-e that freckles easily, and instead of 'tanning' burns red — the most in becoming and painful form of sunburn — you must give your face and throat special treatment before bathing. You can either treat it when dressing in the morning, or, which is much better. apply your treatment just before enter ing the water. A little wych-hazel cream or pure olive oil smeared over the face and throat, with a dusting of oxygenated powder to prevent any trace of greasi ness, will be all that is necessary Ordinary vanishing cream is no pro tection to the skin while bathing. Olive oil, on the other hand, forms a thin, though practically invisible, film over the skin, making it proof against freckles or any kind of sunburn. If you decide to apply the oil in your bat...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
WHITE HAIR [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 17 October 1926

WHITE HAIR White hair is very fashionable at pre sent, and is what the designers call 'easy to dress to.' A costume just designed for a young woman whose hair, has turned white consists of a black velvet dress with touches of silver, a black velvet eoat trimmed with deep collar and cuffs of ermine, and a black velvet hat.

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
PARIS IN THE LOOKING GLASS PARIS, August 25. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 17 October 1926

IPARIS » the LOOKING GLASS I I 11 I (By Germaine.) jl PARIS. August 25. I have been forced to lc...-c lovely Dcauville, and come back to stuffy Paris. Xo other word describes the gay city under present conditions. Roads up everywhere, huge holes dug in unex pected places for new nietros, and crowds of foreigners. I forget to sav that I have come up to see the 'Open- ings.' I have be(-n 'doin;:' tlie Grandes Couturieres all this week! Especially have I come up for your sake, reader. For. whatever would vou say, if I did not give vou the latest hints concern ing tlie latest fashions? '*'«» couturiers are showing the autumn. :md alas, even the winter m« dels to the foreign buyers, already, lix traordinary people are they — thesf buyers. It is said that no o-ne is so 311 ehod as a shoemaker! I am sure' that no one can be as ill-dressed, or as ugly, as some of the buyers for the big for eign stores. Mind you. I do not speak of English buyers! With their soft. cream- skins and peachlike c...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 17 October 1926

1 25 Years1 ....?? £± V t^ £* T' 1 £* Tl r* P- C A: jJC JL 1C IlLC Aahbye offer you 25 years' experience - in tha eonrtructton and assembling ef : bicycler. ? ? Ashby bikes are built of best British purts. to salt local conditions. Tubing . . is best BrlEsfi all steel wldiass tub int, and each- bike, before b'Jng en - amellcd: is coaled with & rustpreven tive nrojess.. . Asbby bicycles are the best . In Aub . tralla, and *t toe most reasonable ; prioe. ' .'I. Write. for't«U priiB list and partSen- ' \.. fare of. easy 'Wins. DEPOSIT Our Stock «f Wttesaarias aod Spare ?Parts Is ike 4«rtest In OtiMMlmd, and PRICES ARE kmtS#T. * , For apytaidfl *nd -nrry«ihi« e«|H»cM ' to}!* ^HDttag. ?ttber for Itttkiness «- nleasuf*— SEt ABHBY'S. ^ * ?PHONE, 2700. Ashby Brothers ? ^mmmm^^ . | liiilKteiia^^ 1 Are Guaj-aatced ior Service | ': ? § ? \ A. ?:? ai^ Dtifibility : | ? P li»r. fc-E. WOJGA. «f Be* 153. I -. = 6.P0.. .Brisbaae, Was th« wiener = M *» JtEUTAWS, Nn. 14 Code' Flag i s Competi...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
TALKS ON HEALTH THE BOOK OF FATE [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 17 October 1926

TALKS ON HEALTH — + — By A FAMILY DOCTOR. THE BOOK OF FATE It is written hi the Book of Fate that von will die of pneumonia on Jan uary o, at half-past three in the morn i«K: but I am bringing out a new edi tion of the BooJ- of Fale in which cer tain alterations and improvements will appear. Deaths will bo changed into recoveries with flying colours; funerals will be cancelled right and left; the wournine houses will eo into liauida j tion or take up the sale of brighter colours. Tii fact, my edition de luxe of the Book of Fate for 1920 vrlll be an altogether delightful volume. It is in dexed, and you ran look out your owji name and you can see what will happen j to vou You are masters of your fate. J So during this month vou will tak'f j su--h measures as shall proeur : an enor ; mous success for my new book. You j will have vour teeth seen to: vou will take, walks in the open air: you will .;..in the cooking classes: vu will join the choral society and learn how to bieat he you wi...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 17 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 — 17 October 1926

(BOURJOIS-PARIS W^^iis I! 1 ; — is given to the woman of refinement vv'ii''.' 1 ? in^fi S^~ --****'^^^^8^bibbbBb^^ 111 by yi.shes Of Roses Perfume. It is as V^f'i 'i ljf^Sj ^S /C ^^9b1bs9bbbt * 11 -^ sweet and fresh as the morning air in a . ('Sx? f ,11 ffirJ~[ \ W&l^^' ^^SNKbF /j) r*^ summer rose garden. Never has Bour- 'li'iK^ if / Mljj. iff ^^^ K^^aa /li jois given a fragrance of such exquisite j* i Jj''ff«fes^j^C'^^g j ¥ ^ J^%Sg III :'?. delicacy and entrancing charm. I'll ||!l £C^^ \^ 11 ^M^| II '' *' t *'dsiii»W^Puff and Mirror,' 2/9 and 7/-. i^^^^^^^^^^l^^V f^ '/? I V r^Bn^Jl ^^^S^sS^sw '^^ ^-?G'S a*so in 'Ashes °f Violets* 1 j ^- f3*^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ; T. A. BOURJQIS ET OE., Ltd. (Dipt.' R S f -^3^='^^**==J:^* J Broughton House. 177-179 Qsrwiee at.. Sjdney Jl Jn order th»t you mw le»t tfce.e exouiiite _/Jshes of I 7trfiOT.f-p'-J£. ptaL^^J^L^LmM^ Tfl iffo.fe*' Prep«r«lions, fill up the attached Coupon, and ; *nd Face Powder. ill port, toeether with 2/- in P.O. ot »Ump«. ...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
TOOWONG OARSMEN DOMINATED SATURDAYS RAGING [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 17 October 1926

TOO WONG OARSMEN DOMINATED SATURDAY'S RAGING Above we the winners of the Association Eights, but Toowong tdso annexed the Champion Fours io}. Queensland after an exciting race, and the Senior and Junior Fours. It teas their 'day out.' ? '. '...._.._. ._.. _ ? ? ............,.:. ....,.???..:???.???«'?«-? «--«ri -? ????????i«'T«'l::»M^l!:«;:«Ti«i1«v»MKT«r.i- ?:i«7;«i!»::»u«i:«ni!T»ltl'r!l;^

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