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GARDENING Essentials of Success [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 3 October 1926

GARDENING Essentials of Success r ? There are two tilings necessary for a soil to jrrow ]jli-iiis to 'perfection— firstly lliat it -lioiil.j be in a pi ysieal i-iuiclitio:i suited to -I:c healthy ffr«wt'' of 'the plant roots, ami secondly. 'that iibundunt srpplies of the iipcessary plant foods arc aviiilalile when required. The iir-t of these, tie physical condition of tin; soil, is iibtitincd by the addition of what is called humus, ,,r decaying vegetable matter in some form or other. Humus can he applied only in the form of ani mal manures. leaves, and garden refuse of any kind, but to produce good crops something more is necessary. Animal manures and vegetable mam res contain a certain amount of plant foo«l. hi t thev do not contain sufficient quantities, or are not. in the right proportions for the majority of growing plants, so the addition of suit able artificial manures is necessary. Cer tain artificial manures are used for spe cial crops. \Y1 ere it is intended to glow leaf ...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
POPULAR TYPES OF DAHLIAS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 3 October 1926

POPULAR TYPES OF DAHLIAS. From top to bottom. — Column 1, Paeony- flowered, single and star: Column 2, pompon, miniature paeony. and collarette: Column 3. decorative, cactus and camellia flowered.

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
IN MY GARDEN VEGETABLE GARDEN Helpful Hints to Amateurs [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 3 October 1926

IN MY GABDEN By AC ACIA- VEGETABLE GARDEN Helpful Hints to Amateurs PARSXTPS. — Very f.jw gardeners grow the parsnip, yet it is one of the easiest of the root crops to prow, and certainly on^ ft tlic most t.-rofit;-lilt-. am] ;is :m article of dirt it is highly nutritious. In .'??.- cultivation :in early start is de sirable, and land that has not been prepared should be taken in hand at the first onnortunily. The i'ost suitable soil is a deep, rich soil inclining can he heavy side, but a good crop can be grown on all but a very lisJit shallow soil- Depth of soil is essential. The beds n which the erons are to jrrow should be trenched, ami the soil thoroughly ' ulverised bot- top and bottom spits. Only well rotted and decayed manure should be mixed with the soil during soil preparation. Baw or undecayed manure will eause forked ami misformed roots. Parsnips are hardy plants, and sow ings may be made any time between August and October according to the soil eoiiditions. The soil shoul...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
THE MODERN ROSE HYBRID TEA [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 3 October 1926

THE MODERN ROSE HYBRID TEA A paper delivered by Mr. Byron Watkius, B.Sc, at the September meet ing of the Horticultural Society: The present fashion in roses is set b.v the hybrid tea. Our queen of flowers, the flower of England and the British nation, has her fa 'lions; for to day it is the hybrid tea, to-morrow it may be so, but with an infusion of new [) infill n Of* it itif* li«»» (\ti^ £n «t11 4-1*a ~t ^ _:__._ colours of the Pemctiana roses, but with the added advantage of being more hardy, wore vigorous and more florifcrous than the latter race as it is to-day. . * Whence came the hybrid tea and wTiy its popularity?— for popular it is. Take the 1926 novelties listed b.v nurserymen. In one list they number 10S, of whioii 85 are classfied as H.P., one H.P. and the balance Pernotiana Wiolinriana, Ifybrid Musk, Hybrid Gigantea and Polyantha The appearance of the . latter listed hybrids indicates that hybridists are utilising the blood of nir.ny rose species in present-day researc...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
This Week's Work FLOWERS [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 3 October 1926

Tlas Week's Work ? -. ' ? ?? v ♦ FLOWERS (I) Oust the hearte of your aster plants at least once every eight or l^« ten- day* with Jijne and tobacco dust ^ in oqual proportions. - This is to keep the grabs out «f the centres of the plants. Another preventive is salt petre,'- using ono ounce to a gallon '/; of water. Distribute with watering v.' can. i -2) Plant out amaranthus and cocks comb. Have the soil rich, and place the plants three feet apart. (3) When yoar zinnia plants are about six or eight inches high, pinch out the centres to make sturdy plants. (4 Ranunculus that are going off must not' be watered. Allow them to ripen, when the foliage has turned yel low, loosen and allow them to dry gradually. When dry. store in a dry place with the withered foliage and stalks attached. (5) Give your petunias good soil and plenty ef water, and you. will have plenty - of flowers. (G) -Keep open the soil ef your car nation beds, and give plenty of water. (7) Seeds may be sown of the follow...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
VEGETABLES [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 3 October 1926

VEGETABLES * _ ? * ? *?,' _ (I) Succession plantings may bt made ', of cabbage, carrots, radish, and eseha „',: »°t*.: «) Climbing lima beans will do well ? ; If planted now. *?» ' ??''?? (3) Plant iettuee, where It is to grow. ,., . Msp. ins grouno moin, -no .pronci ;tu the plants from the direct days 61 the '?; midday sun. ? ? ? __ ? ?. -^ ,.* . (4) Kohl rabi may be. planted. Good , . . rich soil . and plenty of water are neces '.':,'.. itry, as they must be grown quickly. **n (5) Seeds ef cucumbers, pumpkins, ~T'. and squashes may still be put in. (6) Plant sweet potatoes. J' (7) Do not give tomato plants too ?;' ?? much water or manure, and stake the ???? ??'. plants. V (8) Chillies and capsicums may be % ' MWn' ? : ' ' ?';(:- . (9) Put in some egg plants, and give them the same treatment you would -- --?? give tomatoes.

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 3 October 1926

p — »????????????????? kgij- ? USE- ; |: ?£????; ? ? ? ? . ' iHUSKO ! W-A\M- ? .=-????? ? i & ?. ....??'' ? . -i § ft':* ??? V V for your ?' ' j IP* ? '??' ? ' ' ? ' ' m roses i i^-'--' ?? ?? ? '?'? ? ?- ! SLv-ii-m- August.it the month to plant ROSES, ft '*'??& *?* lt y°u want to be certain of I if ^:.f« sseuiins strong, healthy, vigorous j r*H _ ****?? manuro yaur beds with i B -I-. ? 'HUSKO.'' |;^.«- ???-.-? .-.?;: ] ^«75 'HUSKO' is the ideal garden maniire, i F. ? : ? for it is free from smell and free front ~J ?£'£:,.'? weeds. Jt consists purely sf vegetable ?« ^C'^a natter. : which has been carefully I V'' = matured in bulk for the last two (2) I !,*--? ?*?*'?? ???=? -.- I £?:-?;? 5 ?? . ? ? ? »;*-QiM A slew process of decomposition has : &rvs9 *wn allowed to take pUce. and in its ' P**«:B ...present .... ricfi . and mellow' state I *'?**'? 'HUSKO' resembles a finely chopped | g-&t S up: leaf. mould which is rich in humus, a *?-? -^^^ i ? ? ? . ?...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 3 October 1926

?TfTTfTTTfTTTITTrTTTTTrTTITl I ITII IT HI 1 1 1 1 1 j JtUJ-LX 1 1 If Your Mower | Becomes Blunt or i | Damaged l I Let Shaw's Adjust f g U*e have a well-oqi:ipped re- ;; {j pairs works, where we under- - R take tlic sharpening and re- * g pHii-iiijr of Lawn Sfowcrs by £ ' 3 an olettrieally driven ma- S g chine. JJ ♦ We can also replace anv -'?'? J Ijroken parts. * £? j Oive us a ring, we ?will call f: j for your Mower, and re- I I sharpen it for 8/0. I: |SHAW& SONS Ltd. j | QUEEN-ST., BRISBANE. | ifamniiiniinirnHii ? iiiiiinin,u.3 ^??BBsfMBBaglglBaBBail j USE [ IhuskoI i J I for your ? [gardens i - - ? 'HUSKO' restores a fruHy Iraf ? | mould. It is rich, mellow, and ma- ^ I tured. it js a|S0 free fronl $mel, s| I and weeds, easy to apply, and in ? | every respect the ideal manure to ? I have around your Home. ~ I i | It has no objectionable odours to at- ? I tract Flies, as is tbe case with Stable m ! manures. ?? I '-HUSK0' is very largely used ? | through the United States ...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
IT WASN'T LOVE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 3 October 1926

IT WASN'T LOVE. Miss Simpkins was of uncertain ap peanrance and age, and rather frightened De Vere, a young assistant in a chem ist's shop, by her demonstrations of friendsliip. He felt sure she meant to hook him. Chance threw them alone one day and De Vere felt that his hour had come. j 'Mr. De*Vere,' said Miss Simpklne, 'I can no longer bear this unspeakable anguish. I have at last plucked up cour age to ask you a question that con- i cerns my future happiness and comfort. I Will— will you be ? ' 'Madam,' gasped D& Vere, 'it- — it would break my heart to refuse. I have every regard and respect for ? ' 'Sir, what do you mean?' gasped Miss Simpkine. 'Surely you can't ob ject to my asking what brand of corn cure you can recommend?

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
PERKINS'S PRESENT. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 3 October 1926

PERKINS'S PRESENT. Perkins, the waiter, gazed at the picture -postcard that had just arrived for him. Then a wave of purple ascended his rotund neck and spread over hie face. The grinning hall-boy who had brought him the card burst into fits of laughter. 'You little hooligan!' gasped Per kins, venting his wrath on the boy. j 'What the — — ' 'Why what'c the matter!' inquired the tinder-manager. 'Matter!' snluttercd Perkins.- 'Do you remember that bragging, swanking] American who left here last week? 1| waited on him hand and foot, and whenj he said he wouldn't- insult me by offer- j ing me a few paltry shillings, bnt would! send me a note when he got to town.' 'Has he sent you a bank-note, then?' asked the manager. 'Not much!' gasped the infuriated waiter. 'It's a picture post card of a: monkey, and the note underneath, reads:! 'Thy bright smile and winning way haunt me still.' * j

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 3 October 1926

|| I 3!p«JS THE MARK OF j g|! GENIUS IN ITS STYLE \ f\\- AND IN ITS ABILITY ; ?-'?«-► ....?-- - I [ ! No Ordinary conception of motor car design could have de- * - S ► I veloped :tte RUGBY. \ - S * J : No accepted standards of appearance and of performance c&a i \ % i, i . ; be aned as a basis for comparison— for this car bears the un- \ * % * ? mistakable mark of genius in its construction. i \ 3 I \ In it the power ab'lity you have longed for, on hills, in traffic, § i S ? ? on rongh and infrennently travelled roads is combined with a J * u ' ! grace and beauty of which instantly holds your attention. i - ? s ►??'??. ; j - ? ^ : ? ? f4s : : w ? ^4;H ^: : S ; ???? '^^^^^^^SM^^Hf ? ^! ? £ | i PfilCE. '^H^^Hr '''-:$9r 'jf —\ EASY ? ^ ? t* v z ? ' ,:J[^Bj ~ Jr : ?''?j^Kr - ' '^^^^^ ^Q^kwJ xh-kjho i - g ? i . ?. ?. ? ....,;...;._,„-. ? . ... ? -?? -??.-..., - - f ^ ft r J rTfTxth... its ;404»rake iorse-po^er Continental Sed Seal Eng-'ne, i ^ * |' J Xonger \Vleelbase, Longer Spr...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
The Sunday Mail Special Motor Number DRIVING HINTS SAVING CAR WEAR MANAGEMENT OF IMPORTANT PARTS [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 3 October 1926

.1 . ? . . ~ ? ? 7 ? — ' — ? ? ~ ? ~ — ? — ' — — ? — — ~~ ? ~ ? ?-'?'' . ???.??! '.. I — *~~~ ? ^ ? : ? — ? . ? ^-r--*-^ ? ? ? MM^..W..,. ? ..i - DRIVING HINTS — ♦ — SAVING CAR WEAR MANAGEMENT OF IMPOR TANT PARTS llanv oar parts — especially the elutch, thp gears, and brake linings — wear considerab'v longer in the liands of a skilful driver. Less frequent renLiePinciit is needed and niaxinmin eflu-ieucv is maiir.ainc'l for a longer period. The --!ut-'h is not in ten do J Jo l»e slipped inoro than necessary. On tii-? K-ontr;:ry. it is iinonded to ln» -'ititf.r --onj plpf^lj- ong.'igpd or coi-fpletely dis engaged praetio:iHy all ilie tjm^. Tiio only ©evasions during wlnoii it shonld he allowed to slip, and only momen tarily llien, are in starting the car from rest, in re-eonnecting Hie engine lo the ear when the Iqtter is still i'i motion, and when gears have bot-n shifted. Regulating ejir spce^ by racing the engine and slippinjr the clutch wears out the clutch rapidly, and even more...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 3 October 1926

Steel is the Secret ^ of Dodge Sferoina ) Whew you buy good steel you buy nuleage. You '- buy wear. And you buy both when you buy Dodse x ~ Brothers Motor Car. The proportion of alloy ? ? ^ steels and drop forcings used in Dodge Brothers * : product surpasses all other makes and types re ,: pardless of price That is why a DodgeBroUiers i Motor Car which has covered 150.000 miles or - ? f more is not uncommon. ' ''--'? Some motor car companies sell engineering. Dodge '' ' 'r Brothers sell engineering plus mileage. 90 per cent ? ?- # of the 1.600,000 cars Dodg* Brothers hTS during the past 11 years are still faithfuUy servine = their owngrs. Good steel tells the story. Touring: Car .. .. .. .. ., . ? £33g V '.. . [ . . Special Sedan .......... cacc '''',:.;.: r Screen Commercial Car ? £345 ' '' ?~Z Chzssh ? -... ' ? .. ..£265 ,-? ;'?? .I7;; ' ???;. i Magneto Ignition £J0 Extra. ' ?-? Over 60 par Mvt of the money paid for Dodge Brothers afo-*r Ca~- ' '~ i AUSTRAL MOTORS LIMITED, :\v IT...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
ON THE CONTINENT HUPMOBILE SUCCESSES [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 3 October 1926

ON THE CONTINENT HUPMOBILE SUCCESSES A standard Hupnioljilc »ix-«»yliudvr touring i-:ir won tin: first prize in a lour ing race, held on .luue 14 in Koumania. 1 inaugurated by the Royal lioiimaniaii Automobile Ciub. This is ospecially ineritojious, because the car was a stan dard equipped series A model just re ceived from the factory, and il was nut known that this car was intended' to be used for such a purpose. A Bucharest .-flblc states that the Hup nioWfc six driven by -Mr. -\. N- iiutcu First 'Grand Prix' of the A.O.R.R.: i'2) 'Prix Poj»ula:re.'' Exceptionally nul'avuurable coudJiions took place dur ing the six crossings of the Carpathians O'l broken -down roads, with torrential rain. This car is. moreover, the only car having closed the circuit without any penalty whatsoever, aJl th-_- other ii com jictingcars having been penalised. Simultaneously word was received from Hungary that at the Hungarian touring competition, held on June. -5 and 7, a standard lliipiuobJIe eight-cy...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
PUBLIC FANCY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 3 October 1926

PUBLIC FANCY. hi Ainei-K-a the closed car has gruT.. to bo in ore popular than the open Jourer. Last, vc.-ir t.lie. production uf closed oars was :'(i.i5 per cent, of t!io total number of passenger ,-ars built. In the United State-? rmd Canada, ihe proiluctioii was 1. 670.171 c.j''ii :md '-',1 iVd.l 31 --.]i-sPd cars. Nintisli--« sliuw that in ]{»1H the pen-en tag,- of elos-jd cars ivas only lrt.3, :ui«) ijj succeed ing years iv.-is: — l!.C'l. !7 per ten. : Il»21.'.-i2.1 j.cv cent; IPl'^. .'JO per -ei'! : IP..', ii4 per cent: V.*-A, 4.3 per i-ent. i his year, more than .;- por cent of production is esp-«-;e.J to be i-Josed. There :fre appriJ-xiinately 1000 makets i.if inofijr vehicles, parts. :ijid ao«-'s«-orios in liritain. There nrc about li-000 re i-ognised bosi/iesses (-uunectud with re tailinC.

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
EPICS OF THE ROAD [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 3 October 1926

EPICS OF THE ROAD He siecdoil un around 9 bud : TTis friends are liuyini flow-rrs to »tiiiJ. He passed 3 flivver on a hill : The lawver now nas re:i-i Hie will. He thought Ills car cniild never skid: He l»-ft helilnd a wife and kfd. He scorched rizhf past 3 fcmanlinro: He vriU return, alas, ni more. H« didn't know his Hell's were out : V.'e sort of miss him hereabout. nc stnm-ed ^1tb sorern] cnr-; b-.-hini: The obits wvrc estremcly kind. He tried to t'irn 3 truck astjc : Hc't sonc uuon a lonp. lone ride. He rushed across a railroad traok: Don't wait for him : he won't be bsck. He calmly lit a cigarette While flllln? tank; he's mlssins vet. His brake was broken, and cav* ^ray. If* '* not In our midst Vvder.

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
SILENCER FOR GRUMBLERS Australian Motorist on English Roads [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 3 October 1926

SILENCER FOR GRUMBLERS Australian Motorist on English Roads The Englishman make? it a habit to urumblc, and perhaps the most persistent of all tjranib!vT3 is the motorist. An indifferent meal at au hotel will l-y cliaiiiy r:ij.-rc uis ir^: a .iob tbtmpclit t«» be indifferently d*-ne by a garage hand, or a bill sufiyeoJed of being ii^.littje -m the steep side' will prouipi Iiim to disffiiss ihe matter in a letter to the I'ress. while the weather will always cseile him fo satire. But. i-erliaps. the motorist is ::t his worst as a grniunKT wiien ai 1?* ?' ujuuci ui ioa-l tondit-ion that uuts him in the mood to grouse. A\'e have even known a niojhoT ist to express the unoualifie.d opinion Tuat a joad surveyor responsible for a short stretch of neglected road should . b-2 sacked first and shot .it dawn. 1/ we consider the roads of this country as -i whole, so many miles of them are so re markably -?ood and so few really bad that the bad ones seem much worse than they really arc by contra...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
MICROSCOPIC HANDWRITING. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 3 October 1926

MICROSCOPIC HANDWRITING. 'The hand is quicker than the eye!' the expert with the pea and with three walnut shells used to cry at the faiT grounds. He proved it to us. Now comes Mr. Miyake of Kyoto, Japan, whose slogan is, 'The hand is more delicate than the eye.' He executed four lines from Gray's 'Elegy in a Country Church yard.' Only with the gieatest difficulty can it be read with the naked eye The extraardin8*v thing about Mr. xaiyaKe s writing is not tnai at is so small but it is the way he does it. Micro scopic writing done with' the help of magnifiers is not unusual — iany normal man with sufficient perseverance can learn to do it — but to write with eyes entirely unassisted, in letters so small that few people can read them, at . the same time making each line, angle and curve so clear cut and distinct 'as to be read easily under a glass, is something of a feat. And this is accomplished witb ii brush 1 One of the examples of Mr. Miyake's work which impressed the Empress of J...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
POPULAR SCIENCE THE "AMERICAN TYPE." [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 3 October 1926

POPULAR SCIENCE THE 'AMERICAN TYPE.' An American type of man is deveiop '.ng. In the o'der American stock this type has already reached a point where it is possible, without much difficulty, to distinguish it from the people of other countries. This is the conclusion of Dr. Ales Hrdlieka. anthropologist of the Smithsonian Institution of Washington, D. C., based upon many years of scien tific measurements and study of those whom he designates as 'Old Americans,' and of the immigrants differing from the oricrinal stf ;k. Here is Br^ Hrftlicka's description of the American type ef man, so far as it has been developed: 'It is characterised by tall Btature, being the tallest of all larger groups of white - iple; by ,on the average, a medium pigmentation of the hair, with scarcity of adult blonds and near-absence of blacks*, by muvalently mixed eyes, or li«rht ones showing more or less of a brown admixture; by an in clination, especially in youth, to sinewy slenderness; an^. by other feat...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
FACTS ABOUT COAL GOVERNMENT MONOPOLY [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 3 October 1926

FACTS ABOUT COAL GOVERNMENT MONOPOLY A colliery used to be called a 'coalery.' Friars at Preston first used coals a» fuel in 1210. In 1240 Henry III- became patronpro prietor of what was to become one of England's largest coaling centres, New Castle-upon Tyne. Brown coal has been found on the Con tinent, and in England, at .Bovey Tracey, Devonshire. The use of coal was prohibited by Royal command in 1304 and again in 1306. Coalstone is a variety of hard, opaque coal. It is inflammable, and does not ?oil the hands or render the fingers dirty when handled. It is jet black, and can be cut. In 1592 the Crown exercised its pre rogative, and made coal a Government monopoly. The Act of Parliament has never been repealed. About 1669 a Mr. Claj'ton procured ga» by distilling coal- It was nearly 130 years afterwards before it was utilised for purposes of illumination. A resident if Bedruth, Cornwall, to the alarm and consternation of his neighbours, then used it to light his house. Three year...

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