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EASIER WASHING USE OF MACHINES POINTS OF VALUE [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 17 October 1926

EASIER WASHlNfi USE OF MACHINES POINTS OF VALUE Uaundry tubs and running water have been a part of every np-to-date j laundry for many years. Now modern specifications include plans for ade- j nnntp wiring and sDecial draining facilities, which are really preparations for the next step in permanent lauu dry equipment — the electric clothes washerl There are at the present time scores of clothes washers on the market, and praetically. everyone will wash clothes satisfactorily. The prospective buyer is bewildered by this array, and by the various features of the various types. The first conclusion is apt to be that the speediest 'washer — the one having the largest capacity, and the one that gleams the brightest is the very best to buy. But an analysis of these three points proves that instead of being thr- most important they are really tin; lenst important. For instance — the difference between the speed of the fastest washer and that of the slowest washer for the same load of cloth...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
SPECIAL HOME NUMBER RUSTIC ARCHITECTURE Building a Log Cabin [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 17 October 1926

[?] RUSTIC ARCHITECTURE Building a Log Cabin Even in tlic winter .months, -when calm, -ri#p days and sunshine' beckon, Aus tralia — that is, Australians — turn theiF stops to tbe open country and the open air. and spring and summer are never too far distant for tlic man with busi jiosp cares to dally with thoughts of the week-end home he would like to pos J «ess. Tbe home where he could escape from the summer heat and dusty, smoke-laden atmosphere of cities to the open, unpolluted spaces; the ozouated atmosphere of the beaches, there to ?while a way long, lazy hours in the surf and sunshine; or the champagne air of ti»e mountains, 'Xot every man can lay hie hands on the wars and means of acquiring a liome away ' from home — a mountain ' bungalow or seaside shack; but when all else fails the vay; is open io those ?who know something of building., and j. are prepared to take up home-buiHing '?* as jn .hobby Possession of a iAock of land is tnc first step, and those who have long $;ncc...

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

[?] ? !♦— ; ? SOME EXTRACTS If you have two colours in your cos tume it is. chic to unite them by wear ing two grosgrain ribbon hatbands, one of each colour, the outer band half covering the inner one.' The ends are drawn through *. plain buckle, or tied in a plain bow through which are stuck - couple or pearl or crystal pins. The growing vogue for oloused bodices is likely ? to ' mean the end . of all-round fullness in skirts, as the . combination would resi It in a shapeless, blindly sort of silhouette. The fullness in .the new skirts tends to be concentrated at the front. French shoemakers are making prac tically no boots f ot ' the coming ? winter, b. -. they are anticipating a great de mand for the smartly-cut cloth and leather gaiters which began to be popular last winter. If you have a striped sports costume, be sure that the. stripe are used hori zontally. With the pleated effects we like now, downward stripes are apt to confuse the design, and none of the great dressmakers ...

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

BBWMfe ^ ':' '?-?'- ':' '^^ |9^E^H\ Most Suitable CiP^'|H|] for Delicate Skins l|lfe«By-^»S --inTO ff ? '? ?*?? It The soothing qualities of Queen Lavender j§5?' §- SN^gflTTfe.,/' ' './ * Soap make it specially suitable for delicate SrV^l' Xjj§f.ggB»Sffi?frr ?' skins. It is highly perfumed with the K,;--;1 -aKgffii^raS&ls^t ?? Queen Lavender and Musk perfume. i^-'' ^-1 j^^^^^ft : Always have a cake in the home. W:^\ X^SsSP^JI From ^ StorekeePere and Chemists. pi ^3- Queenlave/idsreMusK teiHSSSS5 TOILET SOAP i: ; ? So cool and graceful after this lovely maiticure. | If you are ashamed of your nails I - Read how other women I keep them lovely S- Just when you want to look your best do you ever S find your nails are a 'sight?' . . . And you are |k doubly ashamed for nearly every other woman f' has attractive finger tips Youtraght to be able to look as well as they do— you think.: And you can so easily; you only meed ., to give your sails the light kind of atten $%%~~ 4Sbn. Ever...

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

The World has Found the Best MR || ?^. Snrt' hair l-rl0l.t and Qlo»sy w.lho« Jffils 7^1 , ? -y%? \ Tt, '..kv i-ir i. *'«''' Koko 9 in- Hip .-is '/-?' * .aluable.' if '11^ ' ^^1 ??-' .-??' Any London Leader of Society selects from ttWkV .JH ???' ?' -?' tho World's Best. And here we have one «- Hl|| . mM - // In. Koko unrewrvedly. ThTs should eo»- .'.HK^ d Wnce those whose choice is limited *«t ,r H^f ^Oj .-' . Koko's widespread sale there Js the consolation iflHHl ^JH / that if there is no wide cbolcv «t least the WWf? 3jH / ST* World's acknowledBed best hair dr.ss.ng U .jMLfe ;.; ^jg^ C^SEM&J available, and at a very moderate cost M|Hf^;3H ^iSfa Kofco SeUs at any Chemist or Lead- ^TOpS-^H m i/3, 2/9, 4/ypi I © .... aoco tK,} ~ ' ^ ? fe---^9B I T7OU die that mosquitoes may liveKThis is f^Ffffi * flfe^ B% — ^ I I an appalling thought but it is the tm^. ; V^i^g_ IS** ' ' ^Pi;^'i;^8 I ? Most mosquitoes cannot continue in exist-- .: ?:.??-..-' ' '.'-? :^Y^p/^-. . ? Wm-^i ^-.:'j| ...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
WITCH WOMEN QUICK-CHANGE ARTISTS HARES AND CATS [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 17 October 1926

WITCH WOKffiN QUICK-CHANGE ARTISTS HARES^ AND CATS From the days of Ossian, the ' son of Fingal, Scotland has been rich in super stition, and. strange to say, much of | it is closely connected with membere of the female sex. . The witch .woman is even known to-day in some parts of the remote Highlands. Children arc afraid to pass her lonely shieling, and, should they meet her in broad daylight,, usually with an armful of dried sticks for her eerie inglenook, they huddle together until she is safely passed, and then they take their revenge by shouting scathing remarks after her. If in these- enlightened, days such things do happen, what must ? it have been like in the days when both old and young heartily believed in such witch women? No wonder that the poor wretches suffered by burning at the stake. It was honestly believed that they belonged to the nether world, :jnd had doings with ''Auld Homey' himself, and that they could transform them- j selves into some animal fleet of foot |...

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

ADVANCED NATIVES RUNNING ELECTBO PLANTS J Aborigines at -YaTrabah (Queensland) mission station run their own electric 'ighting plant. Natives in the north are industrious, and in the Torres Strait islands are en Taeed in trade. They solve the problem of filling the outback areas (says the 'Mornine Pob* ' Melbourne). Mr. Charles Her«*eheU. of the Path* Cinema Co., who has made a special film for the Australian Board of Missions, found these hopeful conditions among natives during his exploration. Two months ago he was joined by Bev 6. Downton. of the A.B.M.. who has now ? returned-. Mr. Downton is full of hope for the future growth and prosperity of the sreat inland. NATIVES MAY HELP. What struck him most was the empti ness of the north, but he believes there is a possibility of a great development among the Torres Strait islanaere. and the aborigines, wbo may heln in an ex tensive opening up of the noTtb. ? \ He round the Torres Strait men en- 1 ?raged in purchasing: their owi. boat...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
MODERN MOTORING Special Monthly Motor Number First Sunday Each Month MOTOR CYCLING NEWS AND NOTES AN INTERESTING WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 17 October 1926

MODEPN MOTOPING Special Monthly . Motor Number I ~n 1 First Sunday Each Month MOTOR CYCLING ? ♦ — NEWS AND NOTES AN INTERESTING WEEK. & Tlic past week has been one of un usual interest to motor oj-clists - in Queensland. Apart from the activities ou the Exhibition, arid the creation ot a lap record there by Frank Pearce, Jack Cloake had a. wonderful ride from Toowoomba to Brisbane, creating a new record for side-car time by 15 minutes. On the same day Jones and Clarke, ?who are 'double dinking'' round Aus tralia, reached Brisbane. The week con cluded with the official opening of th-! speedway last night, a report of which will be found on another page of this issue. ' ? THE BRISBANE CLUB. To-day members of the Brisbane M.C.C. 'will take part in a social run to Eaton's Crossing, leaving headquar ters, the C.P. building in Edward-street, 3t half past nine. On the way out a distance judging competition will be held, and at the crossing a sports, pro gramme, for which special pr...

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

I ^?t 000 iff i ffi$ i iiH^fer n,A.C. 1 I &bser-%J&tion j I » 'i' ????] I After completing 25,000 miles the Crossley viras I taken on to Brookiands Tracks and, without any ? 1 alterations or adjustments to the carburettor or other . ; \ I parts, it attained a speed of over 53 miles per hour I ~(58.2m.p.h.) . -; I When it is noted that throughout the Trials the . ' : I engine head was never once lifted, and consequently E the engine itself was never decarbonized, it will be . 1 realised that the above speed is in itself a note ? worthy achievement. I The Speed Test was timed by the Official Timekeeper T . 1 of i the Brookiands Automobile Racing Club and the I Official R.A.C. Observer was in the car. . I ? ' - B 1 JTSIli Dl\l 1 Dn [§ tt tt BRITISH DOMINION MOTORS LIMITED ' v C/o HOWARD MOTOR CO. LIMITED . ADELAIDE STREET - - - BRISBANE \ ?? . ' NEW LOW PRICES! . *? ? .' ?? ; ? - VwWMADE#^i /»i\encundA^ . lVfiSj ^» BRITISHERS ^^yW^^^^/w AGENTS WANTED ALL TOWNS Sllllllll...

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

PI m% When year tyre OT/jl -&l goes PHUT !fl^ifli- l^jS BALLOON P&Ri t^M mem^ng a Mow-out and let- jw i||» ling tfie cover rip. You'll « ' I^KI soon fee wondering where the-Rfc '^?'3$8r my*M^7 punctures are comiiw -ffl * -SS ^°m ''pxd ^°!w 8O°11 you'll -^- ^ad* need a new cover. The latest AM ;^ RED DIAMOND £- ,^ MOTOR PRODUCT g£ Imf petmanently repairs cover and Vq prfgg tube.: -It's a complete self- »► £$lgfc vulcanizing outfit «iHh tyre X\\ $'«Si -fiactare;- plaster, patches, r\ pKK Uneeda-dougfa, cement, sets- jg - '!m8 aora, Jougbener~and all, made |m Sis i7 ??'*^w*** of M ^ ga r-SfsK 0ripip!uSepybur wheels going -2j tfJBK *^4o -*$ qoiir Balloon Bio- jxl Waff ot4-&:xunr ie^m.. ?gg i-.jr ?-?'*'? ' — ' ' ' ? ,. ' — ? : — £? Who is your pi Garage Man? ;-.-. ' Does 'he make prompt, ; ; .: jcareful Tcpairs and adjust* J ;;. TOents:? Ooes he carry : :^ 'supplies of recognised ; v quality ? , %. ; v :; Run your car into our s. '?*? garage. We'll tune it up g. 1...

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

TOO SMART. The professor of mathematics prepared to set out oil a short ,-journey on horse back. He was absent-minded. Hfid while saddling the animal he was thinking out an intricate problem. Some students stood near and watched him abstractedly adjust the saddle wrong way round. 'Professor!' exclaimed one of the group, 'you're putting the wrong end of your saddle foremost.5' 'Young man,'1 replied, the professor, tartly, 'you are too smart. How do you know it is wrong when I have not yet told you in which direction I am going?''

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

MELBOURNE CUP LATEST QUOTATIONS ! MELBOURNE, Saturday.— ! The following are the latest ] prices on the Melbourne Cup: — ] 7 to 1 against The Banker, Litn- j erick, or Manfred. ; 8 to l Rampion. ) 10 to l Pantheon. 14 to 1 Royal Charter. j 16 to 1 Pillivrinkie. j 20 to l Spearfelt or Speatet. t 25 to l Tbe Slave or Cromwell. I 33 to I Tookarby or Heroic. ! 50 to l Beedos, Valamita, Valbee, 1 Gothic, or Piastoon. ! i

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

THE TODDLER'S MENU. 'How are you feeling to-d.iy?' asked the doctor, looking keenly at his patient. 'Not at all well, sir.' 'Humph! Did you take the medicine I prescribed for you !'' 'Yes, sir.'' 'AK. vpk — and the diet? 1 think 1 I told you to eat only such food as could be easily digested by a three-year-old child. Did you follow my instructions?' 'Yes, doctor. I ate two handfuls of mud, a piece of orange peel, a boot button, and a couple of cigarette ends!'

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

ROCKHAMPTON RACES ROCKHAMPTOX, Saturday.— The R.J.C, open ing day of its spring meeting to-day resulted: FIRST DIVISION. JIM W.. 9.0 ? (Fitzgerald) 1 PAINTER'S LAO, S.7 ? (Jackson) 2 LADY COLUGO, £.0 ..... .. (Eadie) 3 Only, starters. Betting: 5 to i against Lady Colugo, 6 to * JINf W.. 2 to I Painter's Lad. Won by s. head; two lengths. Time, 1.15%. Dividend. 23e. SECOND DIVISION. TROUTESS. S.12 .» ? (Stanford) * GAY S.. 8.2 ? (Hockaday) - ALAMAY, S.13 ? .. (Jackson) 5 « Dead heat. Three others. Betting: 5 to 2 against GAT S., 3 to 1 Troutess or Alamay. Alamay was three-quarters of a length ZKZf. Time, 1.15%. Dividends £1 5s and ISs. TtUKU U1V1&1UA. BR0AD80UND. 8.12 ? tEadte) 1 STEELE KIH6, 8.0 ? (Catterson) 2 DAVID WRATHAU. ? (Fltzeerald) 3 Bight others. Betting: 5 to 2 acainst BROADSOUND, 8 to 1 Steelo King, 3 to 1 David Wrathall, Won by half a length. Time 1.2-{,. DM- I dend, £1 4s 6d. ) SPRING HANDICAP. WALT GLOW. S.3 ? (Williams) 1 MAITLAND BELLE, 8.9 .. .. (Jackson) 2 ...

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

QUITE ALL RIGHT. Among the stories told by Sir Arthur Griffitb-Boscawen in his book, 'Memories,' is one about a Tommy in France during the war, w'.ose French was confined to 'Oui, oui,' 'Paa bon,' and 'Na poo,' and who was bent on marrying a French girl whoc . know ledge of English was not niucji more extensive. i Bishop Gwyime, the Episcopal Chap lain-General of the Forces, questioned the soldier regarding the union. 'What about religion V he asked. 'You know you are a good Churchman, but is she not a. Roman Catholic f'' 'That's all right,'*' was Tommy's re assuring reply. 'She was a Roman Catholic, but I liave explained it all to her, and now she has joined our Church.'

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

KEDRON AMATEUR RACE CLUB ^ — ACCEPTANCES. THe following are the acceptances tor (he meeting of the above club, lo be held at Kedron Park to-morrow (Monday), October 18. MAIDEX HANDICAP, about 5 I'urlongs. et lb st lb BoUny 0 0 Maxim 8 5 Bomboro S 12 Bill Syce S 3 Belmore 8 ft Kerauh S 3 Kencap S 9 Lakime « 2 Sir Satin * 9 Worthy Poi- 7 1(1 Report f - C. Mac 7 10 Darkness S Z DIVIS1OK HANDICAP, abwit 5 turloncs. FODRTH DIVISION. Sir TamwoTMi 9 10 Midnight S 13 Melen« « 5 Lady Carroll S 1: Ida L.addo O 5 Budseree S 6 Black Knot 9 3. Norffard Lady 8 6 Lord Veletta 8 13 Menemucha S 3 Cly demount 8 13 AHonviKe S 5 THIRD BniEION. BJUe Siece 9 2 Keralla. 8 16 PhroEO tor 9 0 Tncloud 8 7 Tambah 9 0 -7a]$Ierrale S ' Mistake 9 0 Sir Laurel S 5 Vocalion S 13 Eudoress 8 5 AudacLous S 13 SECOND DIVISION. Lcnnons 9 10 Don't Tremble 9 T WenlocV 9 10 Ankfflfour 9 5 Wallma p 10 -[Iks Wolowa 8 13 I«rehe 9 » Earl Scotland S II Olivemond S 7 Tonoast S 10 FIRST DIVISION'. La Bronze It) 12 Star Ale 'j 10 ...

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

THE WRONG SPIRIT. A veiy sedate .clergyman was return ing by train from a Church Congressj when a fellow passenger undertook to draw him into conversation, and so fir succeeded that the clergyman ' askeS him to what, nrofession he belonced. 'Oh,' said the other cheerfully, 'I'm in the cotton line.' 'Indeed,' said the clergyman; 'there is a good deal of business going on in that branch just now, I believe.' 'Yes?' was the answer. 'And may I ask you your lineT' 'I,' said the clergyman, patronisingly 'am in the spiritual line!' 'Hanged if I didn't think so!' ex claimed his companion, and leaning forward eagerly he put one hand on the clergyman's ' knee, and added, with a wink, 'But what a price you've got whisky up to!'

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

HOMEHILL RACES ? ♦? ? -*? HOilEHnA. Saturday. — ^In tood weather -Bur¥eWn Delta Turf Otab *M » wwbm ful race meeting this afternoon. Results.— TRIAL, HANDICAP, 4 Farlongg.— MAEB- TOXO J. Bouaway 2, Ogala 3. Time, 52 3-566C: Dividends: £6 ITs and 4s Gd. TLY1KG HANDICAP. 5 FnTlongs.—SAN PIERO 1. Roseman 2. Paternoster 3. Time, 1.6 2-5. Dividend, Us 6d. FIRST XOVICE HANDICAP, 4 Furlongs. — MOROCCAIN 1. Maretono 2. Sam Arch 3. Time, 52 3-56ec. Dividends: JE3 13s Od and 6s. OPEX HANDICAP TROT, 1 Mile.— CAVILIER 1. King George 2, Maxina Cirl 3. Time, 2.45. Dividends: 6s 3d and 10s 6-I. AYR HANDICAP. 6 Fcrlongs. — SAN PIERO 1, Paternoster 2. Only starters. Time, 1.21. Dividend, 7s. SECOND .NOVICE HANDICAP, 5 Fur longs. — KING'S ADVICE 1. Little Joe 2. Koseman 3. Time, 1.7. Dividends: 9a Gd and 10s -5d.

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

THE CHOICE. A man was drowsing in a comer seat of a tramcar when a very fat inspector stepped aboard He eyed the drowsy one (who had failed to find his ticket) with extreme disfavour, . and said in a truculent voice : — 'Now it's going to be one of three things — you must produce your ticket, pay another fare, or get off at the nest stop.' The passenger made another feeble search in his coat pockets, sat up, held cut bis ticket, and in a very carrying voice replied: — 'Now it's going to be one of three things, inspector — you must eat less, walk more — or bust.'

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
ZOTEENA STILL UNBEATEN AT ALBION PARK AT THE COURSE BY THE CREEK Honours With Backers ZOTEENA SCORES FOURTH SUCCESSIVE WIN Northern Chief Rejuvenated NARROW VICTORY OF THE WIZARD FINE EFFORT OF MIDNIGHT FROLIC ROWLADDIE AND VILLAGE PRINCE SCORE £7184/10/ TOTALORISED [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 17 October 1926

ZOTEENA STILL UNBEATEN AT ALBION PARK AT THE COURSE BY THE CREEK ? » Honours With Backers ZOTEENA SCORES FOURTH SUCCESSIVE WIN Northern Chief Rejuvenated -* . .. NARROW VICTORY OF THE WIZARD FINE EFFORT OF MIDNIGHT FROLIC ROWLADDIE AND VILLAGE PRINCE SCORE £7iZi/i0/ TOTALORISED BY 'SIRDAK' Weather conditions did not look propitious for tie meeting of tie Brisbane Amateur Turf Club at Albion Park on Saturday. Rain fell in buckets on Friday evening, and before lunch, the clouds gathered again. Fortunately . the rain held off, and, with the exception of & couple of smart -showers which fell late in the afternoon, the conditions . left little to be desired. Those who attended the meeting were mainly concerned in attempt ing to locate the potential winner of the Albion ' Thousand,' to be run a fortnight hence. No fewer than 16 of the SO horses engaged in the richly-endowed event were starters on Saturday. - Nothing registered, a more attractive performance than Zoteena, who, star...

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