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

Improved in Quality yet REDUCED in Price NICHRO' Electric Iroes NOW ONLY Obtainable from most Electricians and Hardware Stores or from — THOS. H. MASH 17 Preston House Que«n Street BRISBANE J. * O».

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

4i$alNG Notes I - -?-.-_'. ! w~ ? ? ? ? - ^^ I S; ^... . , (By 'Ttev»-ly.') i .; , mjh water at tho light Jiousc for the we el *? iiidliis tjtftob^jr 23: — *.m. ft in p.m. ft in Sunday ? 5.58 4 4 6.^7 6. -2 »- aitetuiny .. .. 7.2 5 0 ~.-±;\ e 5 Tuffiflay .. .. 7.57 5 7 S.1-1 fi '1 :' VMhesdiiy . . . . 8.40 6 2 3.2 6 -i ? Thursday . . . . 9.3 6 6 9.47 T5 :i -.' VrJ^ar ? 10.14 6 S lil.£-) 5 S SaUnday .. .. io.5g c 8 ii.i;i 5 i

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

AMATEUR ASSOCIATION. ; :;?? .- The monthly goncral meeting will br } '?';... he^d nc$t Wednesday, at 8 j-.in. Nvsi j tt'iJfctfiaJlotkioii, Ootober'si, at Bribic. | «.v%^ei&ra| Dicmbors of ilio A.F.A. visi- ? '&*'k«fl''?*5,J*'1« last Week-end, and 'various ??Sk «a£t€bei aie fonorted. those who fished .a|4. o»tP outer )-Pncli an-J a good way u\- - .?S*' the, passage secured good bags. TIk: j %i£«$linCT beai-lj was vcrv poor. : ^s'^a' ? ? - ? l ? m ?/?' PADDINCJTOU' ASSOCIATION, ' |?j .itembcrs are at Kribic to-day. A re . --&.*?? port will appear next Sutiduv. A poih- i ;',l^;.ftjjtjc.n.-.nicptjiig of the P.A.F.A. is to I 'F*. -fee held on Tuesday, at the usual plan-, i '?Z£':M ''* P-m- A party of J'adduigNui . ^'sngjers. consisting of Messrs. 0. Black -^f'sh3'w ^1114 friemi. A. H. Wood, F. Bent- j »£. let, and C. Adanison visited Jacob's1 ^ Well last week-end. Through the \ \.^.. . the- pafSy to the fishing spots, th.\v J V . «aiig;1it/H total of 182 fish, whi...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
EDUCATING EDUCATED MOTHERS London's Fashionable Clinics [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 17 October 1926

EDUCATING EDUCATED MOTHERS London's Fashionable Clinics Clink's fur wealthy parents arc ;\c nouwt'd at «ln- l;it-^i 'i;]ililtv' mm i' nicnt in IjOhUoii, and uw ?iathyiv tUa* 1]ie matrons of Ma \ fair axe 1 akinu gillie kindly to a pouvm- (-:' ln-ljiful in slriicti'iii s:ifh ;ts it. u.--i:illv n-f»-n i-l ^or ?tlieir lutinMf si^'n-rr ot' ^'hitevhajK-L As tlie j'jisliionablc Ifader n|' iliis cru^:iili ]-ijts :t. 'Then.- are diiii«- j;a!nr^ (or tJic molhers irom the thiiiis — cliiii-.-? where they oau bring x'neir childvcn and their problems and find vnligJitciinieiit. — but wlio evrr thought of gi\i:it;- tin: ?npiiltJiy society mother air c-|ii;i( dia-.sre ?vviili the mother irom the toni^iicnts ':'' And of this (jue^t ion, propounded by Vis(.-oiintcs- Krlrigh. we am i.oid 'tl;:it s)ie hTseif is tin- answer; for '*'w thought of it, ;iiid the result nt )irr llRMitlit is a scries of lccturi's i«r tvjiU'.-.-ifcd inotlicrf, in whii-h CMiiui'iii London ^pecii^lis-s ale the ltwiurei-, wliilc...

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

CIGARETTES j ARE THEY HARMFUL 1 Aithough never was cigarette, smoking so popular 3s it is to-day, although in rapidly increasing numbers girls and women, are publicly indulging in the «'u!t. there is no apparent dearth even in sight to the flood of admonitorr wamines that friends, with much head-shaking, besto^v uyon the cigarette consumer. Even pSpe smokers join in t-he eho-rus, and advise, if smoking must be indulged in, the use of the pipe or the more expeusirc- cigar. J What, then, precisely, is the tru-^i about this so-called cigarette danger? In the main the whole thing is a myth in the sense that tobacco consumed in .cigarette form is any more harmful than tobacco consumed in any other form The amount of nicotine is negligible: comparable with the nicotine eonsuni-d by the pipe-smoker it is non-existent; :wid the pipe devotee . hiinseli gets preci ous little. It is the chewer of tobacco who gets the- nicotine, hot the smoker of it. Some, few- years ago a series of tests were ...

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

Helping One Another . — -^- — Mrs. J.K.K. (South Brisbane) hats written stating that she wouia be very pleased to have the recipe for choco late :andwieh, offered by Mrs. E.N. (An aerlcy), so I hope that she will for ward it to me for publication iu those columns. D0-~XA. Meatless Diet. *E.P (Thompson Estate) writes: — having seen tlmt X.M. of Eaglo Junc tion wishes a meatless diet for a member of her family. I forward -ncloscd which may heip her: — ? Saturday. — Breakfast: Porridge and brown sugar, bread, butter, marmalade. Dinner: Pea soup, baked potatoes, peas, beans, aud tomatoes, feather pudding. Tea.: Bread, butter, jam, scones. Sunday. — Breakfnst: Vita brite. honer, jam, butfar, brown bread. Dinner: lior.ft fowl, vegetables, jelly and custard. Tea: Bread, butter, jam, honey, date roll. Monday. — Breakfast: Porridge, brown bread, jam, honey. Dinner: Sandwiches (lettuce, date), urney pudding. Tea: Wholemeal bread, butter, cheese, apple jelly, sweet corn. Tuesday. — Breakfast: ...

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

Queries Shinto? Shoes. B.W.C. (Brisbane) asks: ? Vould you assist me as to the method of cleaning brown shoes, which have become black and ''irtr, and when polished witb vari ous polishes do hot give any response to a shine. A shoe-cleaning parlour in this city, j have be«H told, will shine the shoes, no matter what colour they NEW STYLE HANGER. The accompanying sketch shows a useful device for attaching to coat hangers. Two little rubber rings are slipped over the ends of the hanger and prevent the dresses and state from clipping off. are, and they ehine with a brilliance tliat can not b© excelled. With your aid I might be able to communicate with someone -who could' pive me the avreetiong for maKing tins uquia Tuai will make my shoes ehine.' 'Shamrock' Weed. L S. (Hendra) inquires if anyone can tell her how to get rid of the weed 'shamrock.' It is an awful trouble, and weed and weed it will come op. She add6, 'Ask for sug gestions from the gardeners, please.' Soft Filing. Mrs. E. ...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
GOLF HiGH SCORES RULE AT YEERONGPILLY COAKES TROPHY PLAY [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 17 October 1926

GOLF HiGH SCORES RULE AT YEERQNGPILLY COAKES TROPHY PLA1' The first 18 holes of the 3fl-ho!e stroke cwn ptHltlon. reetclcted to winners of ibe ejub'a monthly medals and bogeys, vaa played at YeprongpUly on Buturday. This event carries with it a trophy presented annually by Mr. W. J. Coakes. The course was get at fult length, and was in such excellent playing order t»»t the cards returned may be regarded as somewhat disap pointing, even allowing for the showers that rell during the play. E. H. Waring'* net T5 w»s the best score In, leading C. B. Free man 'e by one stroke. Waxivig started with a steady S, but his second at the next bole finished, in the cross bunker, and he took two to get out. This hole cost Win 7, and r. 3 G 4, 3, 7, 3 to follow made him H to tho turn. A 6 at the tenth was not an ? -_i ? _, »4_..f i~ fii»f tViA npti li»Tf rin7J-n were holtd in bogej- neures— 4, 3, 3, 5, 5, 4. His tec shot at tho seventeenth tound the trater. and he played his third safe to the dm Hi...

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

GRAPE FRUIT Tlie grape fruit :ie coming to the fore It is best when eaten in a ripe condi tion froip the tree, and is universally popular in Afifretica as a breakfast, luncheon, and dinner fruit. The cus tom hern ie to cut fcfte fruit in half. remove the pips, and add a little sugar; and perhaps sherry, if served a* a. des sert fruit. It6;eem!-bitt«r taste is due to its quinine contents, wiiicb ie re garded a« one of its virtues. Although now- mainly cultivated Id America, tie trfee came originally from Asia, and it* produce is said to have been tiie for bidden ! friiit in the Garden of Eden. — &P. (Padduigton).

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

ATHLETICS I \ ? ^_ ? . ? PUBLIC SCHOOLS ANNUAL CARNIVAL SYUXET, Saturday.— The great Tublic Schools arjDUal athletic meeting mas held to day. Open senior eharapionsliip .results were :— 220 Yards. — .T. Carlton (St. Joseph's) 1, A. M. Moore -K!ng's) 2, Yi*. H. Hemingway (S.G.S.) 3, H. W. Hattersloy (S.C.B.G.S.) 4. A. J. Porter (Xtvrington) 5. Time, 22 S-5sec. — A record. Kiittiug tbo SJioL — A. B. Gould (Grammar) 1, K. Dictson (S.C,r..ti.g.) 2, H. M. Stewart (Scots) 3. 1). L. C'owpcr (Xewington) i, F, Johnson (St. Ignctius) 5. Distance, 27ft. l«0 Yards.— J. Carllon ffU. Joseph's) 1, R. at. Moore ^King's) 2, H. W. Hattersley (S.C.E.G.S.) 3, C. O'Blordan (St. Ignatius) 4, H. HemingAvay {S,G.S.) 5. Time, 10 3-10sec. — Equals record. . HUi Jump.— T. F. Cowdroy -S.C.E.G.S.) and H. M. ^ten-art (Scots), 3ft Sliia. dead boat, 1: J. IJ. Egac (EiugH). 5ft oin, 5; B. J. Web ster (Nevrington) and A. H. B. Kupp -Armi- dal£), dead heat, 1. Broad Jump. — K. ti. JIazoudier (King's) 1, B. Veaby t^t....

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
The HOUSE WIVES EXCHAN This Week's Award [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 17 October 1926

HoasOTftS RTrTTA^ Corxducted by * DONNA. ' This Week's Award Blankets and winter elathing arc flow being stored away until next year, and it is often a worry to know how best to keep them. With tbia in mind I have awarded the prize this week to MHS. B. BBOWU, Tingal-.road, Wynnuns, who not only sent the accompanying in. gtructions bat forwarded a1 specimen of ner handiwork in the shape of a small bag made from portion of 'The Daily Mail.' NEWSPAPER BAGS. Old newspapers can be put to good purpose in many waye in the houie, . .and it is exceptionally useful in the storing away of winter woollens. Take a clean whole newspaper and without unfolding it turn the bot tom and side over for about an intSi. Machine along this tunied-over part and a large bag will then be made. Aftar putting some of the woollens in, torn over the top and machine along that, using a rather longer stitch. Make ae many of these bage as required, sad if not over filled they can be laid flat in a box. one on top of...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
RIFLE SHOOTING ENOGGERA MATCHES AN OFF DAY [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 17 October 1926

RIFLE SHOOTING ENOGGERA MATCHES AN OFF DAY Saturday was an off day at Euossera, when cnly a few tarsctt were in use for practice and competitions. Conditions were difficult at the commencement, but improved later In the afwrnoojj : — NATIVES. 2nd COMPETITION. MO 300 SOfl Ttl. W. J. Thomas (0) .. 3l- a* S3 104 W. J'errem (IP) .... 25 29 30 108 A. Stiiddart (10) .... 26 33 S3 101 W. Cook (7) ? 24 28 s-j 10:; A. Bourne -12) .. .. 2j- 2S 36 »S P. Kennedy (gl .. .. 25 27 32 SS n. M'Millan (12) .... 23 27 33 S5 E. Belson (61 .... 27 2g S2 93 V. dc Ea.yr (21) .... 2?, 24 Si 9S A. Klnnear (19) .... 27 22 2C 9* .T. SmJth (U^ .... 33 27 24 !!M 1). Cronip (16) .. .. 2fi 2r. Vt. HO r. Chrlswnsen (12) .. 21 ?.l 28 81 J. M'Oonachie (6) ..29 30 29 01 T. Petit (24) ? 23 22 23 92 i. LocUc (30) ? 20 24 l'J 9a UNITED SERVICE. COMPETITION. E. W. Hall -1SJ .. .. 23 26 22 SS V. Woodyatt (7) .... 29 30 .''5 J01 U\ Lyons (t-) ? 32 ? 28 si 103 K. J. Kail (17) .. .. 2K ' 3' 23 1»J K. B. Swayne (29) .. 22 27 ...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
HOUSEWIVES' EXCHANGE (Continued.) Recipes Received [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 17 October 1926

i HOUSEWIVES' EXCHANGE (Continued.) ! Recipes Received MOUNTAIN CAKE.— Four cgg5, half a cup of flour. 2 table spoonfuJs of arrowroot,* 1 small teaspoonful of baking powder, 1 cup of su?ar. Beat the suffar and the yokes of eggs together, irhip the whites to a, stiff froth, add lightly to the yokes, sift in the flour, arrowroot, and baking powder, put in two sand wich, tins and bake, put lemon ice in between. I have made this cake my self, and I find it a very nice cake for delicate people. — (Mrs.) 3. M. (Ips wich). HONEYCOMB. — Two tablespoons of honey or syrup, 1 lump of butter (aboiit loz), 2 tablespoons of sugar, 3 tablespoons of water. Put on to boil til] it becomes like toffee, nnd when boiled add 1 teaspoon of soda (with out lnmt-s) and set in greased dish. — E. D. (Toombul). BAKED PUDDING. — Two table spoons flour, 1 teaspoon baking pow der, essence, li tablespoon sugar, 2 eggs, and some jam. Beat eggs and sugar, add flour and baking powder, and essence. Line a well-buttered...

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

HFTltfPi COOKED SPAfiH^,^^jLM Tastefully prepared with M^^mr ':9 Heinz zestful Tomato £Z?^7^- '?? :--^m Sauce and a selected . a; ^M^M;':. '' '? '? i|j cheese. A welcome Wtiiii^pp' ?'????r~-'-jil change from potatoes. Varieties ^111 aHaaH=H_. ? ?» ' ' . **-:-Us| 'tf 'fte sdi tafli lost IS its savour-— it cannot !*f| have been—. .'. V;. . | ; M ' - ' ^' ? ^ ?Kit CEREBOS UMIT£O ?? LONDON i SYDNEY. 4 *? ? ' '. : .::, . '' :~M ? ';?? ... ???.???? . m^r :'M — ? ? ?? ? ; r~ — — ? --rl! *???.'.. ; i &m ?? ' ? ' ? :V-$S tjND the day as serenely as yom S ^^ began it.' .Cashmere Bouquet ' ? / ;^3 Talc will give fragrance, comfort and ,.[;M perfectdaintiness through all the day's 'ifl activities. '' ' : ? _,.''?' .- 'fdj ? * ? ':^^a Cashmere Bouquet Talc Powder is |3 soft and absorbent, with qualities that , ' I cool and refresh. It has also soothing \* s| virtues that help to keep .the skin. ^ healthy. ' ? '' v : ? ?'? ' '. '''?;r:.' ; ? ' _; }f§ The exquisite fragrance of Cashmere ??...

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

vi-Ml'-^'itiiiiddtys-diowS1 iup in all its ./llSfiliB '\ \ \\ \ j- M\ dawy «a3os, while fcimitare /I i Jill ij i \. \ *j aid polished flooring gate an , ''?-/& f 1 1 JJ I 1\ Vj\ \ -. J attractive mellow richness that g \ 1 1 JiflBBH *1 oBft \ ,'. 1 is obtainable in no otfeler way. f il 1 1 llH^g ^Bt\ ?' j canlfesnaftwiiximents-iritfas /tfl iUMi^ftl *$& JHk\\ a' aoftctoth^dau'tdeShi-noleum, ?? f i* P jfi^Wffln. r ^ ^S^^Kit^t JDEWOF VIOL£X^ERFDM£* ; of ff6Smy Odll )tr6Q ViotSiS JM CL iBP^^^iHUn *? i coTToenh'sfed town prnd enjoys 1 * ?» ^H^^p j^. w dooounJ^w & siyect scsnf and. J^. ^q^« Jisli^ s » v^H ^/ ~S ^ A young baby's tender skin flHj j^H '^^ ssi&il^'- 4s so-^icatethat chafing and XHH ;^^B - . §J|^f .= eruptions easily occur unless HH -:-'^K ^£3 q»ecwlcai«isexctcifled-That HH ?? a . . is why Johnson's Baby Pow- M ,?? &uy *t from der is unanimously approved |H M yourloc4cbemist by doctors and mothers. ? fi r y EL^BY POWDER I JH Best fir5B&a...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
Hints to Hand To Cook Fish. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 17 October 1926

Hints to Hand To Cook Fish. Fish is cot done until tap nesn sen arates from the bones. an-3 undercooke-J fish is exceedingly unwholesome to oa- Salted water makes foiled fisli firm :ivA a drop or two of vinegar in the \va*i?r keeps the flesh white. Never pour b.vl ing water over fish, it breafcs the skin. Gently lower it into the irntor timt 1i:j« alreadv been pourerl iato the fiih kettle. — S.P. (Paddington). Care of Lamps. If a pinch of salt is added to the oil the light will be brighter, and if 1i.« wick is eoaked iu vinegar and ftwti thoroughly drietf before HghtiiiK the t.nv.oj will burn clearly without smoVnig, ev-n when it is turned lov: — (Miss) ivti. (Lindutn). A Dyeing Tip 'VTben dyeing arsv material, put enrr.r white mcrcerisod cotton iu the dyo bath gt the same lime m order to have mend ing cotton of thft same shade. — (Mis'.)] A.L. ('West End). , Cleaning Suede Shoes. .First brush the shoes free of all dust and then sponge well with petrol. Tin? method has been used by ...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
BETTING TAX VICTORIAN PROPOSAL BOOKMAKERS FAVOUR [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 17 October 1926

BETTING TAX ViCTOftiAN PROPOSAL BOOKMAKERS FAVOUlf s« MELBOUBKE, . Saturday.— Members t)i the Bookmakers' Association of .^. Tyietoria believe that the niajority of '''? tfcejf fellow clnbmen and a Jarge nuin* ^, . b*r of members of the Victerfcm Club rtwngly fa vow the Government's pro poted betting tex of 1* per ce&t on fornover pookmajters. the secretary ef the association (Mr, $ 'ghannassy) would make so eom ^nept when uiterriewc4 tHa i»ormng, tnt he said pignificantlr that po action wogld be taken by hig organisation, to oppose the t*K. i Even t^e C&nlfie!d Cup eould noi tftiaUy- ?vawfeadsrw the new tax pro posal. It. was disenssed by operators to-day during their epare moments. It . nu sewewbftt surprising to hear operators ppealfing in favonr o£ the tax iffijich, at first sight, would appear t0 tosch their poejtet, but an exjplana OM «u ftvea »y aev«rsL Tbey pointed out that under tbe existing conditions lift flelAer? tak« topjpara -tlvel? iefo bc1x, but ike s...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
RACING AT RANDWICK Wedding Eve Wins Well ASCALON BEATS THE YOUNGSTERS Braehead at a Mile [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 17 October 1926

r RAdNG AT RAM)WICK .1 ? L ? i Wedding Eve Wins Well i ! : ASC VLON BEATS THE YOUNGSTERS I : ? ? ? . ? - | ; . ' j Braehead at a Mile l SYDNEY. Saturday. — In fine wea ? fcfer City JTaftersal'l 'ss Cinb held its ? 'Spring meeting at Ran-iwiok to-day. rTlifre ir»s an attendance of about A fedOD STABT. Backers started well. They sept. May * l-ajr out a warm favourite for the }1. Htardle race. Kcvcr further back thaa ???:''* fourth, th6 geWiug ran up behind /, Cbandonui at the half mile, aiid ea ^ '; teired tbe straight in that position. Al £ though lie ran wide it tho finnl ob ?S staclc. M:ir Day tvas not troubled, in yi: JGito run honjft. and defeated Ohandojiia v|tc iliree and a hitff lengths. Cluiu ?- cRila \ras laying his first outing for ; nomc monthe. The gelding's display '?\$ ?wggesicd tliat he fibould score in the -- . aeat f nture.' -*f ey Knight, after being ..; tailed hff early, finished well to gain ? third position, btat the heavily backed ; Piratic, after threatening tr...

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

Yellow Cab : thl :&i^:'-:'~ ??.'.-??? ..'I ?.= ??:? \ ?:? OS 'PHONE | mm nil I DanMe One Double One \fallely9sl ACACIA I GARDEN I At any hour of the day you may \\ ' eniov tea. celttre, «oeoa, and sand- , w'ehes, wr lioht »in««. *t Vallely's. ,i i Reasonable charges, beautiful sur- \ : ' rounding*. . {l | Vallely's Acacia Garden j AUSTBAUAN HOTEL. !'? Cerner of Albert and ttuean Streets, i ' BRISBANE. } I . ^ because lie I\PcpsCbol ' and there is no better way of keeping cool than by having a glass of Casllemaine ' Fourex.*' This delicious refreshment, produced by tlie ' perfect brewing of purest Malt and Hops, de i ; lights the palate, cools the blood . and invigor * ates the system. - £ v Drink it with vowr Meal?. ^sdeniain^ i :'-'??' ; The Better Bitter Bottled Beer.

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
COUNTRY CLUBS TOOWOOMBA. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 17 October 1926

COUNTRY CLUBS TOOW00MBA. TOOWOOMBA, Saturdaj-.— The first ronnd cf the Meares trophy singes i»!!^?^s -conctuded on the Toowoomba green to-*aj, and the second rountf started. PJay 'v8« interestipg. and tlierp were several close finishes. Besults: — . MfeAEES' TROPHY.— Btfro* (^ oo) r Bopden (12 on). IS— 17: Biiohanan (* on) v Perkins (7 on). 21 — 1«: Hohson (l ea) v Co«s»rl (2 on). 16— 11. Second ? round : Buchanan 14. on) v Donald (scratch). 1*— 11; Barlow (6 on) v Eodgson (t on), 18. — 17 PRACTICE EIXKS. Hodeon. Webb. Bnehanau, Hatton .... '3 Baktjr (Nuntjoh), Isaacs, Padget, Boss 23 Seaton, M'Kinney. Burne. A. Gavdon 36 itwin, Blair, Crampnd, Triept . . . , 14 Kutt, Cornell, Murpby, M'Lennan .... 38 lianemead. Brazier, Bprton, CoseatI . . 21 WEST T00WO0M3A. Rosensten^el. Teates, Watson, 'Hcbb . . '3 Miles, Miller, Lowe, Bain ? 10 Malcolm. S. Stuart. Phillips. Seelcy . . 37 Barnes, Goddurd, Blake, Barroa .... aO Bruce, Hughes, Tveedle, Garrv . . . . 1:3 Pollmtinn (Southport), Mugfo...

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