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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 17 October 1926

r......... ? .'1 I ' I* ' -jB \ v ^ ; I I Extraordinary j j Hosier|r j j I Bargains^ \ \ I THE BALANCE OF A ImBE f d JOB PUHCHASE OF ? WkQ- * \ LISH MANUFACTTJHl^? » -i ! - SAMPLE HOSE: |p,-, ? ! ^ 5 BARGAINyTABLED ^^ J ** ! 1/3/ I/Hi, ami 2/ipr, *^ 1 : - ' ' ?*?,:-;??' '?? * ^M ? VTb&t can be rightly called a ? ^2 I Bargain Banquet in Stodrito is , J^ ? going ' forward rouna ;^Bw * -S ? Hosiery Counters. Piles Wpon J '^ i piles of Stoakiags are ' baapfeij* ? ? ? - t tabled, and £hovring price tickets * of 1/3, l/ll i,. and 2/6 pair. : J i ' ?'.-?'? ? ? 4 ? ' These Bargain lots are tie bal- i '' J ance of a Big Purchase made in * i England of Sample Hose. Hence i I the little prices. It is a great. J chance to boy two or three pair J i for the price of one. Come on « i . Monday for your share. There J \ are plenty for all, but, naturally ( l they won't last long. * ? Lot 1.— TABLE OF SAMPLE J | HOSIERY, in High Art Silk i . Leg, with lisle tops and feet, in J - ^ , Eunburn, ...

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

eSSSsSSSboHNhm 4b s^^^^^^^^^^^^^hi . ONLY WEIGHED 3 LBS. AT BIRTH ' ' ? ? 1. ' I am sending you a photo of my little baby girl, Ida, which was taken when she was 12 months old, and weighed 201b, so that she had gained no less than 171b from birth.' 'I am rerr proud of the photo/' writes Mrs. A. Worthlngton, Annerlcj', South Brisbane, 'as neither the nurse nor doctor thought shs ?would lire; but the doctor ordered Bobolcine for' baby, and t am pleased to say that it pulled her through. ? 'She was three years old on May 18, .and -weighed 301b. I am never without Bobolehie in the house, as I bare four other children, and I Eire them some when they are run down. I will send you another photo of Ida when t get it taken.' The Governor of the London Hospital, prob ably the biggest hospital in the world, says: 'The effect of Kobolcine on anaemic sad rickety children is magical,' and if you know of any such cases among children, surely it is worth while . sending 6d to Mulr and Nell, Box 156...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 17 October 1926

:' , ? 1 ? . ? &^^ ANTI-BILIOUS ff* W ? FOR biliousness, ihdisesthm, headache; depression. Act promptly and effectively. SiTUX Pitx (new size 32 in box) price l[6. Of att ehemistt throughout the World. Jaa-» Cocfclc A-Co.,Ltd.,Lond»n. STOPS { 0 CORN \- A]} Pain JCffek Seconds isiSfflh No .matter where fwL \^KJ. , k » Jww bad it Vfl\S&$# mnii now tong * m ^^o*-^# ~ 1 jnoaVe Had it. F\ /ySQt «r *hat load Wp^\j/%Jv of cam it is. si V^li 'GEis-rrs wai If JjT'u ?top tiie pain in I // J. 3 4OC0DuS. All f pus goes at a I touch. Tlien the { com loosens «p and goes. You t . ^wdk,daBce,' wear ti^it shoes all you waat. For your own sake try **£!ETS-nV For sale everywhere. Costs very little. : i 688 THB NEW. FRENCH REMEDY. Wo.t irTHERAPtON&i Mo. 1 forittmddei Catarrh. Bo.* liar Stood * ?ftUtBtsasMB. -Mo.»torChran!aVcs)a»eaMa SeW'bT iwMng Chemists, or return mall from «B.UCU*C)adX&BaT*r«tookB4^W.&L«Mi WHOOPING I COUGH M AsthmtU'Broncliltu, $S Coughs,'Spa«m...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 17 October 1926

Vocalion Tone Quality I is at once apparent in this beautiful Moid No. 430. I rTAHE instrument is Aeolian-built beauty that has made the Vocalidn | 1 all the way through. Its the most desirable of phonographs, h I cabinet work is excellent. It is the choice of those who discriminate. ; B ' just the right size, plays all stand- . poron . iff ard lateral-cut records, is made of »«/'/? i genuine mahogany and has ample . Model 430 costs £46/10/. | ; space for keeping your records. Vyou prefer to punka* by Monthly Payment* .1 Its tone possesses the richness and £5 DEPOSIT aM £2 PER MONTH i CUT OUT A3*D POST TO-DAY I ? The Aeolian Company ?%*» p^c^^a^.v^ | ^ * (Australia) Ltd. V ffl * ? iFonturiy The Pianola Ompttny.) ffmu II J 436 QUEEN-STREET, BRISBANE, ~~~^ '' ? ? | 'j Opp. Customs Heusa. . AJjf~,-. IB 'HEAR, HERE.' A«r«,^ ? .. ? ^ . ._ ... | ^ Makers of the World Famous PIANOLA. I T160 I jjj (^^^B ReptiIe Shoes ^s/^^j ?? W^P Genuine ReptUe ^^^ M^k^ Skin Shoes jUMfe/ '-'.' .i -i-7)iiia...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
WRESTLING CLAPHAM'S TITLE DECISION OVER THYS [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 17 October 1926

WRESTLING ] — ?+? — ~-- - CLAPHAM'S TTnJE: ; ;- J decision over nnrtf T| Clapham (lOfy wtaawd «» H&'iL-i h-?aw twitine- chainpio? hip o* *^e / world at the Mclbonrno Stadium to night, by securing the decision, after:.; three extra rounds, in the return matdi-v \ with 'Te.]'J Thw Ms.fiiV Each fiatft scored one fall in 30 rounds. *onse -?uently extra time was ordered, TBth the result, that it was 11.15 before «'? decision was given- In the estra timc^ neither coul.} sc^ore th deciding falK' thus the Yftrkphircman romainc' chfta-: pio«. Had a T-oints: deci^wm ?;tJ0$!&- possible Tfc~c could not liifee-.Hfitt.wW^7'' for the three rounds. *b«a. V- -wjSk-.^eWi' -ng tfee efftitt of tbc injury 1PinpM^ i&fm- C'lapham scored in tl»e :fa&r«i 4*iiwi* Thye took the points tor aj&rcwi**^ .- the rate of two to one. ; In the 10th round h« did more.- H- tri-9tAi4 o1-ia1i-m. 4a _ i.--^-— _» '..jiisiiai^i-i * that never had ihe spert»*(-rs.#ii|fi#^ Tiian eo super...

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

WONDER CAR NEW NOISELESS FLIER (AUSTRALIAN CABLE SERVICE.) LONDON, Saturday. — ' Tho Arabian Nights' Car,' which will be an exhibit at the motor show at Olymiiia, next -week, is a Daimler double six cylinder, de veloping 160 horse-power, with a maxi mum revolution of 3200 a miniito It possesses the usual controls, aM travels almost noiselessly at whatever speed, being capable of doing 90 nuies an hour, or so slov.-ly that . child could get out and walk round it while moving. It is Britain's highest achievement in motor designing. It keeps some men so busy being im portant that they have no time to aceom plish things.

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
CHOP TO THE CHIN FILIPINO DEFEATS FRENCHMAN [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 17 October 1926

CHOP TO THE CHIN ? ?♦? ? FILIPINO DEFEATS FRENCH MAN SYDNEY, Saturday.— Tcnores Pel key, the Filipino, knocked out Ray mond Jansen (France) in two rounds at the Stadium to-night. Jensen scaled lOst. and Polkcy lOst 21b. ?Tansen showed improvement iij '.he first round on Jus last display again;-: Fowler, and boxing better, g--z ihsl.j.; and smothered most of Pelkoy '-: W-*ws. The Frenchman, too, was aggressive, but failed to penetrate the Filipino's defence. The bout came to a sudden end in the second. After one minute had olapsed. Pclkey. with a right chop to tho chin, knocked out the Frenchman. Darby O'Connor ($.12) outpointed 0. Moon (8.13) in 10 round?.

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
BOXING BANTAMS IN ACTION QUEENSLANDER DEFEATED WIN FOR WATSON [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 17 October 1926

BOXING ♦ ? BANTAMS IN ACTION ^QUEENSLANDER DEFEATED WIN FOR WATSON fn a eont-i'st of 20 two-minute rounds :-t. tin* Brisbano Stadium on Satiirdav night, Eddie W&teon (S.41), of Sydney, ontpoiufod Herb Barkis ($.!-]). The bitter is b.-uilum champion of Queens land, and as lie possesses- a puueli it ?was widely thought that he would prove tho winner, possibly by a knock out. Barkle was favourite in the wagering at £ to 1 on, but despite that he forced throughout the eoutest he won only nboui three round?. Five were even. Iu the others Wntson took \hc point 5. The visitor induced Barkle to lead to him all the time, and scored with countering blows, ^ritn.'ipal among his ltits in that rospect was 3 left hook to the head, and a snappy right which found the chin several times. When ever \V:itson attacked a. right, drive to the body did damage. In the fourth round Barklc's nose commenced to bleed, and from then on there was a crimson smear across his face. Watson was too qui«k for ...

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

SYDNEY ANDERSON A WINNER. SYDNEY. Saturday. — The metropolitan championships tvwc -*nnlinued :it Stratlifipld to-day. A feature of the early play me the defeat of the .\.S.W'. doubles champions. Crawford and Hopmao. a- the hand.s of Clemenger and Cummins, who w-m by two sets to one. Miss Kickerion sureec-ded in de featinj; Miss Cox in the final round of the women's singles championship. The winner played well, but Miss Cox has not beeu in form throughout the tourney. J. O. Anderson defeated J. WilJard iu the final round in the metropolitan singles championship. Anderson won the first set comfortably, but Wlilard toujrht hard for the second, which lie lost 7-5 i after leading 5-3. ; Metropolitan Singles (final touiiu). — J. O. j Anderson beat J. Willard. 6-2, 7-5. j Metropolitan Doubles (serai-Hnals round). — Crawford — H. Hopman. 4-6. 6-4. ,i-2. Finnl round: J. 0. Anderson— J. Willard 1'eat R. O. ; Cummins — J. Clemtnger. :--?-, 6-0, 6-0. j Mixed Double's Championship (?fnji-finals ...

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

THE LATIK QUARTER. ? What is the Latiu Quarter: 'A State of Mind,' according to some: 'It no longer exists,' according to others; but-, sententiouenesa aside, it may be defined as the district of the echools on the left bank of the Seine, comprised' i:i the Fifth and Sixth Arrondiesements j and bisected by the Boulevard Saint; Michael. The term ''Mediaeval Latin I Quarter' ... 5a limited somewhat arbitrarily to the flat land lying between i the Seine and The Montagne Sainle Genevicve, or, in modern terms, to the district between the Seine and the Boulevard Saint© Gcrmaine aad the east of the Boulevard Saint Michael. It 5s true that colleges were established I at «n early date on the hill itself, buti they did not become important iint.il j late in the. mediaeval period, whereas tlie Rue du Tounrre on the flat land, near the Seine -was the early centre of University activity. — 'The Paris that is Paris,' by Wat son White.

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
MARY MACGREGOR'S COUNSEL. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 17 October 1926

MARY MACGREGOR'S COUNSEL. There is a widespread superstition j still prevalent in Scotland that no goodj luck can attend the tenant who enters the bouse from which a widow has been evicted. Among the Highlanders especially thia was a. se-ttied belief. The attempt, therefore, of John Maelar«?n to oust the MacgTegora from their fatW3 farci at Kirkton »eem«d to them the -work of an apostate Highlander. and more worthy of a base trafficking I Sassenach than of a true descendant of j the C*el. I When Ronald AlarGregor brought the! newfi of Maclaron's perfidy io liis mother! at Inverlochlaribeg consternation ciioucd. j She instantly summoned her son James ilor to meet her that he might loud his counsel and aid in tlie crisis. Callum Maclnalistcr, who had been Rob Roy's lieutenant at Sherifi'niuir, and was re lated to the MacGregors, was also called to this important consultation. Though only tradition tells of this portentous meeting, its results were eocrn made apparent. That Mary MaeGrp...

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

CHEAP, PREPAID RATES', — 16 word* (not exceeding 3 lines), 9d per insertion; each additional 6 words 3d* Limit, 54 words (not exceeding 9 lines). ? Professional Engagements ' l^DWARD FROST, late Chief Railway ?*-^ Auditor. Registered Tax A?ent. Audit ing . Accounts. ' etc.,- Park-road. Milton. 'Phone T-oowonft $18. ? ^^ Situations Vacant -A— AWAITING Engagements, all classes — -— k- reliable domestic workers, hotelfi. cafes, ?rations, farms, Rovre'.,. 243 Georse-slreet. l«n_\-9°0J EXPERIENCED Girls for Letterpress Depart ment. Apply Larwill' Butler. & Book Ltd.. Printers and Bookbinders, Tanfc-st. TYTAXTED Fainter ajid Signwriter. Apwiy i»» Chesterfield. 'Phono 7041. 'IVTANTED, four Competent Carpenters, er«c * » Uon of cottage. Apply A. 15. Vfoodrow. SI) Adelaide-street: 'phone C.79«6. WANTED, capable girt, as children's nurse, references. Mrs. Stanley Roe, Croyden strcct. Toowong, telephone Toowong 481. WANTED experienced family for good dairy farm, cood money to be made. ...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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OVERSEAS SCHOLARSHIPS [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 17 October 1926

OVERSEAS SCHOLAB SHIPS j (AUSTRALIAN GABLE SERVICE.) | LONDON', Saf.— Sk'ho3ar3bips wirih | £200 for two years have been awarded to 3vrie Monday, Trinity Council School, Wood Grcou, North London, for Mel bourne 'Grammar School, and to John j Hoo-3, of George Heriot's 8f-b«o], Edin- I burgh, for the Gcelong College. j

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
A FINE RIDE THE ROAD TO ROONEY'S [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 17 October 1926

A FINE RIDE — .» — THE ROAD TO ROONEY'S j (By J. T. M'Kinney.) I A telegram from head office $ret in-j traduced Mr. Roor.ey and his affairs to my notice. It read: 'Inspect milking plant Kooney. Engine trouble. Ur gent/' Instructions from head office always had a tendency to regard me as omni present. In this case they appeared ,to regard me as omniscient also. As to who Mr. Rooney was, or where he lived, I hadn't any idea. I had not even heard of him beforehand was not particularly pleased to hear of him now. I asked the publican, who dined with me, where Rooney lived. Ho didn't know, but he asked the waitress. She didn't know either, but she asked the yardman. The yardman, pleading ig norance, omniscience began, to «cra.tch it« head. Then an individual who wa« hovering irresolutely between the bar and the dining room, apparently aijde'- cidod as to which, hunger was the more imperative, saved the situation. 'Murphy's Crick,'' he muttered thickly, and, the effort of speech apparentl...

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

IN THE PUBLIC EYE Lord Wiilingdoii Who was sworn in last week as Covcrnor General of Canada. . j Miss K. Frecmau j AuUior of a remaric.iWc hon'x. 'Martin Hanner.' tbe latest ' best seller.' She is Lecturer in Greek at Carols rnivcrsity. Mr. J. J. Davis United States Secretary for Labour, who cjaims that the prosperity of t.'iat country is due to immigration. Mr. Frauk Elliott Who has lieen nlaced in charge of London's b'c traffic problems. Mr. Owen Morshead Appointed I.ibrarijn to the Kins. He will liaTc the care ot 130,000 volumes.

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

I PERSONAL S and Anecdotall I ? ? — — ^ ^ -»' Mr. Kobert Edwin Bush, a director of Dalgety and Co., Ltd., is due to arrive in Brisbane from London by the Orient liner Orvicto, on October 18. About five years ago he came heie and met many of the returned soldiers who had passed through Bishop's Knoli Hospital duTing the -war. An English man by birth, and educated at Cliftoa College, Mr. Bush early iu life settled in Western Australia, and became a successful pastoralist. While at Clif ton he learned to play cricket, and from ] 3872 to 1875 he was a member of th-3 Gloucestershire eleven. He also played football for the same county. During tbe years he was in Western Australia he played cricket whenever the aji Xiortunity offered. Later he was ealtei to the Legislative Council of thst State. Mr. Busli now resides at Bishop's Knoll, Stolse Bishop, Glouces tershire. During the -nrar he converted his fine residence into a hospital for soldiers, many Australians passing through the institu...

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

SUCCESS OF INVICTA PYDXEY. Saturday. — Th? Queens ln.n/1 built sldff, lnvicta. sailed by B. Swinbournn, scored its second tu'cces^iTe win of the reason at Botany Bay t«-day from scratch. The craft won by 1.30 from Arawa (omin), with Britannia (12 min) third. . It was a great perform ance. GloiK'lg: was not placed.

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
AT PORT JACKSON SCOT WINS DUMARESQ CUP [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 17 October 1926

AT PORT JACKSON ? ? ? SCOT WINS DUMARESO CUP SYDNEY, Saturday. — Phyllis (X. Homer). 2injin. won the 32ft race at Greenwich from Warrigal (.T. Gunn), (5} min. Schemer (B. Koff) was third. Tn the Briiminoyne 10ft skiffs rare Royal (C. Cuneo).*3imin. wis the win ner over Romp and Nettle, which tied for second. * \ The Port Jackson Clubs J6ft hnniii -xap was annexed liy Mascot (L. Riley). fllinin, by 2.21 from Valctp (IF. Privc). n-)se--. Query (R. Millard), lmin, iron at 'Middle Harlwur. DUMARESQ CUP. To-da,v*g sailing was conducted in a light breeze, which varied from cast to north-east. Some good sport W3S wit nessed. Scot ?won tlie big race for the Dunmrcsq Cup. EcsuJts: — 18ft Handicap.— First beat: H. C. Press II. (G. Webb), ser, £o, 1; Keriki (O. Taylor), 3min, £3. 2; Desdemona (A. C. Roberts), Simin, £2. 3; Scot (R. ?T. Bartley). 3miu, £1. 4; Arlin.- (W. W. West), lmin. o; Advance (G. Regan), llw.:.. /5 - (^..n ? c ? i_ /Tl~ vi ? \ n ir.in, 7. Wou by 1.52. with losec be tvreen ...

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

SAN DG ATE CLUB 1 The first points race -was held over tlic Bramble Bay course. The following were the handicaps: Venefia,' scratch; Ge? Whiz, 2hiin, lmin. scratch; Hilmn. P-, 2. scratch; A.J.A., 3. 2, scratch; Dancer. 5. 4. 4; Meteor, 7? 7, 7. At the start a medium south-westerlr prevailed1, followed by a calm. A squall then came in from the south-east, fol lowed by a further calm. During the lost leg to ISTudgee buoy and back. 8 strong easterly assisted the fleet, lasting to the finish of the race, which was -again a triumph for one of the j'oucger skippers of the club, E. Kice, who, with the winner of last week's event, has just graduated from the .iunior ranks. The flagship Roberta carried the follow ing officials: Mr. E. C. Davidson, vice cornniodore; Mr- J. Jcays, umpire; Mr. A. Atki?]?. senior, ftarter and judge; Mr. E. C. Roberts, timekeeper. Ventura retired on the last lap from Niidgce buoy. Finishing rimes A.J.A. (E. Rice), 5.31.1S. VIOLET, winner of the Linto:v-Hope rater...

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

JUNIOR CLASS The Brisbane Junior Club licld 3 sweepstake race ovor the Hamilton — Pinkenba course. The little craft had a torrid time in the rain squall just after the start, having difficulty in keeping afloat- Finishing times: — Dora (J. Stevens), 5.24.20. Alome (B. Spring). 5.27.0. £lma II. (A. Wyllie), 5.2S..5. Mickey (B. Grouch) also finished.

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