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Turf Sensation [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 17 October 1926

Turf Sensation A, G. 'Ijok*, a supPCFfiful ciown'cr and tralnpr of mnny jj-«nrs* experience, has caused quit* a eVr in BaVine Circles by hjji\ clever forecasting of. wiorxrs. Since ijarlinjt. his newspoper ??DIXKUM OIL' 8 montlis »s'. this Racing AVimrd lia^ been conEiEtent day' after diy' in givim; m-iniiers at long prir.es. Thftse r great arhipvements sr© no .flash in the iViji. he p.aBS« Ihey are so . ronstant. For ilie 'ls»-.t ecven Saturday M*etin-s ' 'DINKUM OIL' ; Kas given BubfrribeYs 'great vinning daj-s, , both, for Asrot and Albion Park For K«dron subscribers have had oulv . 2 los ing . days in tbe last 17 Meetings. For ? --'/. KBDEOK' TO-MOBEOW tbere ar« Two Extra iSpeeials. racecioTSe «ertaiaties, certain triers that barring accidents, ' yron't get beaten Last Mon ?day. sobEcriber.s were given C^YDEMOCNT a(won), WENtiOOK (wonj. both Extra Special*, and JOTSTTCK (*ron). and the preriooB Monday NAYPKR TAXD'' as a good Tote TnveBtment' (paid' £9/\/). . ASCOT NEXT SATOBDAT....

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

WIRELESSED OVERDOING IT. ' They wore newly wed. and wore show ing their friends over their little Jiome. Each room in turn was inspected. Last on the list was the kitchen. The little wife waxed eloquent. 'You see,' she said, 'that is whore I do all my cooking. And this i? the very basin in which I mix my cakes.' 'And this/' cried tlic young man, in dicating the oven with a sweep of hi6 arm, 'is the brick -kiln!'

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)
SERVED HIM RIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 17 October 1926

SERVED HIM RIGHT. It was a Flag Day in Aberbecn— the day on which Aberdonias are eaid to stay in their houses! — and a holiday maker was asted by a pretty girl to buy a flag. 'I thought,' said the visitor, 'you did not have Flag Days in Aberdeen.' Quick came the retort: 'Is that why you came here for your- holidays ?' The visitors quickly . bought a flag and disappeared.

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

THE STICKER. An auliior was present at a gather ing of artists, and during the evening he rose to make a speech. 'Gentlemen.' he said, 'as this is an assembly iu which art is largely repre sented, I feel it incumbent upon me to eay a few words regarding the subject of painting. Speaking personally my only efforts in that direction were on an occasion when I enamelled our bath. My friends said to me, 'My dear fellow, it's no good your going in for painting, unless you're prepared to stick to your work,1 and,' he added, 'I did.'

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

THE DUD. At a race meeting a Jewish sports man had won a bet on a five-to-one ehance. When the man with the satchel handed him six five-pound notes, re preeently his stake and winnings, the recipient blocked the line by stopping till he counted the money and examined every note carefully. 'What's the matter?' asked the bookie, resentfully. ''Fraid I'd ciieat .you ?' 'No,' replied the other, still scrutinis ing the notes. 'I only wanted to make sure the one I gave you wasn't among 'em.'

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

WORSE AND WORSE. A gentleman; well,dressed, swag pered into tailors. The tailor came forward, bowing and smiling. The gentleman said: 'My son tells me that you have let him run ud a bill for three years with out once pressing for payment.' 'Oh, my dear air!' protested the tailor, rubbing his hands. 'I assure you, sir, there's no hurry ? -' 'As I was saying,' the gentleman went on, 'I have come to order a couple of suits myself.'

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

RUGBY RULES ? + — MAORIS SELECT REFEREE C AUSTRALIAN CABLE SERVICE,) LONDON, Saturday.— The English and Welsh Rugby Unions have con ?f erred secretly over the new Welsu rules announced a fortnight ago. The Wrfshmpn are said to be adamant over not dispensing ?with the offside rule, seeing that it speeds up the game and prevents roughness. It is hoped that a further meeting tvill overcome the present disagreement. The Maoris have selected Mr. W. J. Llewellyn, out of f°ur sanies, to referee in the Newport match. Mr. Llewellyn is well known in connection with inter national matches. j All the Maori players have signed ai miniature Rugbv football, which is to, be auctioned in aid of St. Bartholomew's j Hospital. ' WIGAN DEFEATED. In the Northern Uaion Rugby League match to-day, Halifax defeated Wigan by 5 points to 3. ?

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

CASINO RACES CASINO. Saturday.— the second day of I tie inaugural meeting of the Ascot Casino ' Race- Club iras atteaded by a good crowd. ! Result^:— ? ' . ; OPENING IIANDICAP, C Furlons;^. IK-BD MASCOT. by Waukenphast ! (imp.) — Lady Mascot, 9.8 (N. Atkins) 1 i BEXFAST.f.a .. .'. .. .. (A.Atkins) Hi HAPPY VOL. 8.3 ? (A. Smith) 3; Three other**: Betting: 2 to 1 a^ainsr ; Floris, 3 to 1 Bexfasc or Hapjiy Vol. 4 I to 1 LORD MASCOT. 'Won by a nock ; , half a length. Time, 1.17. | ENCOttRAGK HANDICAP. 5 Furlongs. '?. AJAX, hy Golden Hop — Lady Blue. ; 8.2 ? (Smith) 1 : CLARIS NOBLE, fi.2 .. fN. AtViTis} ' : BALLAD, 9.5 ? (Ryau) 3 Four others. Betting-.- 5 to 4 on AJAX, I 4 to 1 against Ballad or Claris Noble. Won 1 by five lengths; three lengths. Time. ! 1.3 3-5. i ASCOT HANDICAP, 7 Furlongs. ; ELECTO, bv B:ectroly(j — Lovette, . 6.7 ? ? ' ? (Oke) 1 i BEXFABT, 7.1 ? (A. Atkins) 0 SAPPr VOL, 8.0 ? (Smith) 3 Two others. Betting: 5 to 4 aaaitiBt! ELECTHO. 2 to I I/argad, 4 to 1 Happ.r Vol....

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
Manfred, Starting Warmest Favourite, Wins Easily BACKED FOR £150,000 Manfred's Caulfield Cup WINNER LEADS FOR LAST HALF MILE New Weight Record Made [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 17 October 1926

^m^ned9 Starting Warmest Favourite, Wins Easily] BACKED FOR £150,000 !WI3NHN[ER LEADS FOR LAST HALF MILE j New Weight Record Made , MELBOURNE, Saturday.— The xidi ^r fCahlfiel'd Cup 'was run for the 49th time ^thip afternoon, and occasioned excep |tiodal interest. The' Caiilfield course iir:i», -toi\Jp'1 Tuili visitors from all p.irts 401 -AusiT.-uia. ana many otners rrojn r-e- frorid the Commonvreolth. The dis ^tineuisiicj visitors included the Gorer »'nor-G«-.neraJ and party, and. tlie members ^of tho Empire Parliamentary delega i ttioii. who werft the jjuests of the club. tMaiiy Quconslandpra were among the 'throng.'- Dull wentlier was experienced ^ivhcn the rainr began. Heavy rain }Yslfn-U fell yesterday made the track a ftrifle dead. * The field for the Cup was regarded as *a remarkable good onr. despite the out JsTUulinjr aitility of the favourite. Maii ifred. The acceptors included three im ported 1ior?e-f in Bravado, Ben Lomond, and Snowfire. two Xew Zealanders in .The Banke...

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

SECTIONAL FOOTBALL | DANGER OF DIVISIONS. I (AUSTRALIAN CABLE SERVICE.) i I LONDON, Saturday.— J. Brown, the well-known Rugby plaj'er, writing in the 'Daily Mail,' points out that the Angio Welsh difference over the new rule' is not vital, but says that the danger of variations is shown in the formation of a northern union of American collegiate football, and the different codes in tiie Australian States. The result would be, he says, that tbe i numerous sections would be unabJe to J meet in a periodical conference t*- which. I the Dominions and France would be ad mitted with equal status as the Britishere. ? '' 1 The mau -who never told s lie is j foolish to risk fpoUinfc his reputation by j eaying bo. '

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

TIRED OF STEWS ', — — — ~— — 1 Try this recipe instead of stewing: Cut steak into small pieces. Put intoi pot with a little dripping. Let brown. When browned add cut up onions. Pat on side of stove to simmer for a couple of hours. Then cover with hot water, and rhicken with flour or arrow- j root. Pepper and salt to taste. Any! stale bread cut into dice and browned' in oven is very nice served with above. — E. M. (Wynnum South).

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

BETTING TRANSACTIONS BOOKMAKERS' RECORDS rATJSTRALXAX CABIiR SER%'ICK.» LOXDOy. Saturday.— The betting tax regulations issued to-day stipulate that bookmakers must . possess a per sonal certificate and a betting premises'' certificate, each costing £.10. Book- J makers must rav a betting dutv of 2 i per cent, or 3J per cent on each stake by the issue of revenue tickets vrhen -i the bet is made, or a weekly return to ' the Customs Department. Full records j are to be kept. ?

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
ENGLISH RACING MIDDLE PARK STAKES RESULT. (AUSTRALIAN CABLE SERVICE.) [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 17 October 1926

ENGLISH RACING j ? ^ i MIDDLE PARE STAKES RESULT. (AUSTRALIAN CABLE SERVICE.) LO3TD0X, Saturday.— The Middle Park Slakes were run to-day, and resulted: — J GALL BOY (Elliott) ., .. 1 SICKLE (Waston) ? 2 BIRTHRIGHT (Carslake) 3 Betting: 7 to 2 against GALL BOY,] 6 to 1 against Sickle, 10 to 1 against i Birthright. , . . . ! Twelve others ran. Won by a h€ad, I ?with a short head between second and j third. ? ? ' !

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

SCORED A POINT. At a conference of -iegro preachers a visiting bishop 'was looking at the various examination papers and came upon one marked 101 per cent. 'See here, Brother Jones/ he asked of the worthy who was conducting the test, 'what does yo' base yo' answers on ?' 'One hundred per cent/' adviecd tbe minister. 'But how does this man come to be marked 101 per cent?' 'Oh. yo' see, sujj, he answered one question we didn't ask him.''

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

JUNIOR DIVISION SENIOR GRADE. THOirPSON BSTATK v BALMORAL. Balmoral 353 (Love. 105, Metcalte 49, John eon 46). Bowling: Lawrence, six for 75; Hors tall, two for 47; Muddle, two for 91. FAIBFIELD T TOOWONG. Falrfleld A three for 37 (Sherman 17 not out). Toowong 83 (Strickland SI not out, Adams 14, Medhurst 12). Bowling: Bobinson, Cvc for 35; Fletcher, four for 20. NORMAN PARK v WYNNU3L Norman Park 155 (Noonau 46, Duncan 20). Bowling : Nelson, four for 51 ; Crouch, four for 3L Wjunum six for 43. Bowling: O'Sultlvan, tour for 8; Noonan, one for 11; Switzcr. one tor S. WESTERN SUBVBBS T THOMPSON* ESTATE. Western Suburbs 39. Bowling: Thorogood, flve for 19 ; Jacques, three for 1 ; M'Naughton. two for 11. Thompson Bstatc eight for 138 (Thorogood 56 not out, M'Naughtoa. 29, Bird ISJ. EAST BRISBANE v MORX1NOSIDB. IJast Brisbane 225 (Klernan 34, E. Shllllnp ton 57, C ShUllngton 40, Kluyer 17, Anderson 56, Kolb IS). Bowling: M'Lach lan, sis for 78; Acworth, throe for 75. Jlorn ingside none fo...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
FRANK PEARCE WINS The Golden Helmet Thrills at Exhibition [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 17 October 1926

pjfjfejK,^IAfi-i: ^mm,. ; z :: -: t ? ?! ^^;v;;Be: Golden Helmet ?;'OVer.;i6,opp people saw Frank Fearce -win the Golden Helmet at ;-. {tit ^afaibitioii Speedway on Saturday night in tie most brilliant race v «f, the evening. _'?* ' ._?. ? - - ' ' I - Judging ?- by'' Saturday 's enthusiasm, I the sport, with us neter-ending thriltey is i!going: to become ??* -big attraction in Queensland.; The State possesses most dariiig '' aiders, -w-ho, in spite of the k *&£&$?, nature of the track, put up *-'. jljS.eSs'fof r-'W'ell over 40 miles an hour. lijjf^ii^Wia, PeaTce noWs the Golden l^^jtajittf of.1 a rno.afb, and receives a ^.; wffli&et^tibtf-iSf £5il week so long as l^iK^m^rctain.itl .H« -had the fastest p^^finfeV of ? the night, 1125 for the mile, f J^S^ojl* *r brilliant race. 'Later in th-3 P^jrigfefthe'l&d.a bad fall; and'Tiis machine & -/igajs^itfrt fit -to ? ride -again until it re gpfEife^. 'xnechanical attention. P^J^^SisL'.M-ere numerous ...

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

SECONDARY SCHOOLS j C GRADE. B.G.'S. IT 158 (Martin 4-\ M'ADdrew 25 net out. Bell 22). Nudgee III. seven for SI (Hardy 41). Bowling, M'Andretv three for Si. Commercial High School v St. Laurence. — Match postponed. D GRADE. Commercial High School S3. Bowling .Mos sop sis for 16. Scully four for 7. Nudgee Col lege 114 (Hartigan 24). Bowling, Jfuhl three Tor 42, Baker three for 31. Kllner two for 12. (Continued on Nest Page.) I CRICKET f ? ^ ? ' . ;.. (Continued) ' ' . - i . WAREHOUSE DIVISION 1A CftADE. TttStiBfi OFFICE v MACDONALD, HAMILTON Titles. 150 (fieUhaullcr 72, Lawson 26). Fowllne: Kid four for S3, Loston four for 53. JIacdoftald, Hamilton. 1S2 (Kldd 72. Lox tca 68, Campbell 21). Boniinj: Lindsay tm- for.*0, Geage two Jor 14. ' MA1X KOADS v CAMPBELL. Campbells, 116 (Alexander 18, Warden IT, tones 10). Bowling: Kflott five for 47, Peier sen two for 27, Howard one for 14. Main Roads, seven for 87 (Fryer 46, Emmons 16). Bowling: Bull four for 24. Cheyne three for J so. ? . M'Wf...

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

B GRADE WESTERN SUBURBS v SOUTH BRISBANE. Played at Gra^evlllc Jso. 2. WESTERN SfBCRBP.— First Timings E. D. Kenyon, c Kignej-. h BlitchoU .. '7S A. Fraper, c Case, b Hall ? l.'- W. Cain, c Di^-ou, b Case ? 41 C. White, l.b.w, b Dii-on ? 3 3 3. Rratehford, 'c Hiley b Mitcliell .. C7 C. MacDonald. c Dixod. b M'Lcan .. 4^ A. G. Harding, b M'Lcan ? 42 J. MattbCTrs. not out ? , 20 J. Brosdfoot. c Mitchell, b Hagon .. 4i J. Brew, b KiRney ? 0 G. Pctrie, c EJjguey, b Ha£on ? 5 Sundries ? sn Total ? .433 Bowling: Hal!, one rictet for Zl' runs: M'Lran, two for fiS: f'asc. one. for fiS; Pixr.n, -me for 43: Hacon. mo for .'?!; Mltrhcl!, two l'-pr ¥\; Rigney one for 23. UKJVERSITY v TOOMBUL No 2. riay«:d at Nundah. T'MVERSITV.— Kirsl Innings. Cr.non Jlnliin. b Weslaroit ? 1 J. Mahoncy. c .Tones, b Wosmcott .. 2t J Wilson, c Wcstaontt. b Toutts .... -? ?f- Ilsnfjer, b Wcst.ncott ? 13 F. Walsh, c riem. b Westacott .... !« ?T. ('. Lahey. not out ? 26 J. l'arnell. l.b.w.. b Atkinson ? J!2 S Trout,...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
LOST THE GAME FORMER PRINCESS'S SUICIDE [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 17 October 1926

LOST THE GAME 4; FORMER PRINCESS'S SUICIBE (AUSTRALIAN CABLE SESVlCtgJ *i PARIS, Sat.— Madame Villemoat p formerly Princess Irene Dule^pi&gb, % has been found drowned. at Monaco, -: She had written a letter in which she ' said she was tired of life. ' . .' -^ (Monaco is the little1 principality, Trjhjefc ?..; shelters Monte Carlo, the world'*' most 'fiMa- ous gamblibjj centre, .... ? ? .

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