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C GRADE VALLEY v WESTERN SUBURBS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 17 October 1926

C GRADE VALLEY v WESTERN SUBURBS. riayed at Toowong Sports Ground. VALLEY.— First Innlnc? T. Chillingworth, c Jones, b Little .. 24 N. I-ale, c Jones, b PaVies ? 0 K. Mossop, c H. F. Wycth, b DaTies.. ft R. Cross, run out ? 18 L. G. Sraltlj, c Little, b Pennefather 19 L. Casey, c H. W. Wyetli, b Pennc father ? 0 W. Baynes, b Davies ? :»7 L. Biinderson, c Brew, b Davies .... 0 ? D. Short, n H. W. Wyeth, b Davies . . 0 A. Weir, b Davies ? 10 W. Ei-ton. not out ? l Sundries .. ? 15 Total . . ? 124 Bowling: Davies, sis wickets for 42 runs; Jones, imne for 11 ; Pennet'ather, two for 29 ; Little;. oue for 19; A. WyctU, none for S. Second Innings. T. Chilmgworih, b Davies ? 4 K. Mossop, not out . , ? *- L. Casey, c Little, b Davies .... II 16 W. Bayne5, not. out ? 5 Total for two wickets ? SS Bowling: Davips, two wickets for 24 runs: Jones, none for St. LEO. O'CONNOR, captain and 'keeper of Valley, contributed 50 to his side's score against South Brisbane. WESTERN SCBUEBS.— First Innings. ...

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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LOW SCORING COLTS CAUGHT OUT INTERESTING POSITION [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 17 October 1926

LOW SCORING . - - . — w — . . ?- COLTS CAUGHT OUT INTERESTING POSITION ; 'If -the wicket riextSaturday on ihe Ex hibition 1$o. 2. ground is anythinglike it was for the' opening day. of the Colts — ^Varsity game the students will have to play for the runs. University had tie whole of the colts' team ; caught out. which is something very unusual. The bowlers had the wiefcet to help them. J. Craig, a champion footballer, came into the 'Varsity team, and with medium pace good length balls he did well. The fieldsmen were well placed, and it could be said that in this department the players took in the situation better than is usually the case, and showed a ieen power 'of. -anticipation- Craig's average worked out at five for 48 off 13 overs, three. maidejis. Bale, however, -did bet ter with four for 4 (3 of the number for two runs) off six overs, three maidens. Hubbard. of the eolfa. was slnr* tmnA In his last four overs he secured three wickets, for three runs, completing an average of ...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
THE COLTS' 300 IMPROVED BATTING HUTCHEON'S CENTURY [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 17 October 1926

THE COLTS' 300 — « — IMPROVED BATTING HUTCIIFOX'S CENTURY Although J. S. Huteiienn, mentfir of the No. 2 Colts, lias ni.-ulc many big scores in games of great Importance, ^is iinfinishod 13f- against ' E:istoni auburbs had its Bienificanco, ;inarf. from that which ran bo read into the; figures. His display of batting v.-;is :i stimulnnr. if not a dually Jin object lessnu to tlic youngor players of the side, ami ifs iu fluence v/as seen in the batting of others. On vrinning U10 toss V.'. L\)wc sent the .Colts in on :m easy vriokof at Baymond Park. The ho.-ivy shrtwer of rain at J P-ia- made the wicket vory slow, and therefore the Colts found ruii getting an easy matter. They ncarly all seored runs, the highest of which was 139 not out, by Ifurehoon. He bat ted only 128 lniiiu+es, and his total in claded 28 4's and two 0's. Ho treated »..- ^rviiAv.u cj :itiv , il.JLU um UUL w 1 V l^ il fhancn. G. Halroraen and L. Dobrick opened tho innings for the Colts, against the: bowling of Thurlo...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
SOUTH v. VALLEYS INTERRUPTED GAME CHEAP SEVEN WICKETS [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 17 October 1926

\ S&0H v. VALLEYS I ^ n^l^RtjFTCD CAME 1, ';%JOd^^;$iWEK-^iCTETS.; - ;' .The wicket -t;.,.tte vifo. 1 : Eihjbitibn v GroiiijJ, v wni«;h ; had ; been -1 prepared for i* the? matph ^tween. -South} Brisbane and v Talley, was 1 .eoBsidered'tb , i?e; onplay ' : :arjje -by y iife iSspedtiye; captains.'- . Ai ? ? a^^rjitcnfaio^taBiafe ? wai? Tolled, sanfl fhe r' SiafceJSSiinjmeneed ; at -2:35 , pah. ; ' ? : iJs^tfcet^p^iiig -? for -.20, ijrninntes , a ,*:. .Jroq»^-voic^fe\jentl.VP^era:- itsp ' -tie £: ^1^j^^ibrviscmne'rl^ad' th'ey: gpne^ut »? again Wan .they bad to retorn through r t&^ same ^caiuie-r.'wJiUJ^t i a - bati having * |r ^*^b9^l^.;:Hwever^ad. time was. lost i: subsequently. v ??.' -*'_.? /??'? . ? . ] ' . '©'Cbiinbr ? and:; Stafford opened ?- on ? an ti in^er6nt;^c^. and the; cricket was I: about .ibe s^me 'in.'^jonliry-;/ -The. «ap ♦: .tiiBj' (jot . his *? 'nms.*-saf ely, v' iand . reached »l toer;5p' -iis :?*. -mjiiuteai -Stafford- only t: mMe .10 inwfhatrtSne:...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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TWO CENTURIES PARTNERSHIP OF 226 BENSTEAD—R OXENHAM [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 17 October 1926

???-.'?.'?.-'?'--' '''A ? '?? ,.: . / ? ?? PA3^^5HIP OF 226 IJENSTPAD— K. OXENHAM .? TJbe : ,^eket . at s GraceviUc for ^tbe cOQuneaceme&t: of t&e ' toombul— Western fifDbnrbsjaiatch was;-n =.the soft side, and should' haw ^.assisted -the ; bowlers. Hcw erer^Wter. 'abbut 'lialf an . 'hour*a -play it :Beksame^easy\.and :*he ;? batsmen took ftdl'atiVBbWge of these conditions and iicqrea. at *.wilL- Jt.r was , a wicket that ptohsbly ? wpuld; hare ; suited . M'Andrew, bht-theleftrhander was unable to play. ^.- \&\.fii6wles; :$uburba skipper, won ti»e toss 'from J, Hojjsworth, the captain of -Toombui, «nd eenttfie 'latter in. Bsbch- ?. sen.aiid Arfiiyj were' entrusted with thu bpjdirij,' wEBe Bon O^enhain ahd R. Kyggihsrwetij^Tooinbiil's opening, pair. .T^e'.wieket-atvihe. start was 'absolutely ?£:bbwlerV .wicket, ^but the .Suburbs' .bj^^.^d -not *ta\e.fuir advantage of this.. jUfbensen, in': particular, was.' bvvA i^i8-«-rj^-alls,^whi?li/weTre: well off the ?i^fc...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 17 October 1926

' THANKS FOR THE BUG GY RIDE! ' — Charlie Sim and Ernie Hutr.heon take a box seat on the roller at the Exhi bition oval last Saturday, icith Curator Pearce in the shafts; Captain Gill and Redgrave are ncar-siders, Shetcan on the off, and W. .4. Armstrong hacking up.

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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CHURCH UNION B GRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 17 October 1926

CHURCH UNION B GRADE. Jlreli Baptists, 28 end 37. Saiidgate, 157 (Conradi 33. Fogff ti). Xewaiarket .Baptists, 131 (Arn9*l«i'e; 39). Bowling: Cldeaui, three for S3. Christ Cliurcli 51 (Cideaui 24). Bowling: Allen, live for 8.' National Park, 7 3(Ludlow 31. rrizell 10). Buwllng: Heaiy, five for 31: Marsh, two fur 3. Loyal Park, 1]2 (Blchardson 29. Bailey IP, not out) Bowling: H Connor, five tor 20; Eawkeavrood, Uiree for S'£. C GRADE. . Clayfleld Baptists, 130, and none for 35 (Lock Sr, Clark 37, Clark 27 not out). Bowl ine: Six for 45. St. Paul's, 50 and 107 (Gazzard 22 Wyeth 22, Brlant 35). Bowling: Barry, eight for 46; Lock, five for 35. t'lay field won by 10 wickets. South Brisbane Congregationalism. 118 for seven wickets (declared), (E. Brodie 73, T. Ri£by 20 not out). Bowling: Saddler, three for 8. Hizpah, 35 and 38 (Saddler 17). F.owIIhk: Blgby, flvo for 18 and six for 9; Mitciiell, four for IS, Parker two for 2. t.M.C.A, 40 and S2 (Treloar, S5) Bowl ing: Auld six for 16 and t...

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

/^OCKKR Spaniels. Bcxlcy Kennels, at stud ^ Soutlibnro Script, the all-black, blgpcst Knsli&h winning cocker Imported to Queens land Tor many years, alsn champion cocker 1926 Bri.'hsnc Re.rat National: puppies for *a\e. M'Garr.v. Stephens-street, Slorringsidc. 'Phone J4!»M. . HORSE AND DOG REFUGE YEROKGA. Pets received and vared for during owjierVabsettcl from Biisbane. Reason , We dwgc*. 'Phone J43G3.

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

\:--p Are used by all Motorists who wSj- 1 r ' ~£ 'want tKe best. f^^ '?% J Their quality and construction ensures a big ^E i 'f mileage and more satisfaction than you. can ^p * /; 8et from any other tyre, therefore you can— W f BRISBANE HOUSE: 268-74 Adelaide-street. A HIGH-GRADE ,, Jll^ BRITISH RACQUET :| i i ii;;J buchanan racquets t : : : : ;:::::::::: 3 j a high-grade AU BEITISH Bacqnet, mann Y i ; ::::::;;::;/ f actnred from the best materials for hard : ' wF ? ? ? ff and accurate play. Exceptional value at ' Vvj': ''?'?'? ?&/ the low price of '. . ? . la] We nave large stocks of all first quality ' . : MU tennis accessories at bedrock prices. ' : fc REPAIRS H Arc earned out promptly by expert tradesmen I The Brisbane Sports Depot ^B , 'FOB EVXBYTHING GOOD TS SPORTING GOODS,' 312 QTJXErl-STBEEI (near Creek-street), BEISBANE. '' : 'Phone. Central 3484. : --« 8. DRESS RiEFOSM j !^^^™^ PRICE REFORM j J i V - i'^i^k*^lk^ GILBERTS.— Ever Jo the fore in ai- i i \\ ^3b^B vanc...

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CANINE BOARD OF CONTROL. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 17 October 1926

? CANINE BOARD OF CONTROL. Mr. A. Button h:is been appointed assistant secretary .to the Queensland Canine Board of Control. QUEENSLAND KENNEL CLUB Tlje final parade of this dub's 10:.'3 : Reason will take pla.ee in.. Victoria. Park behind the wool shpds -on Sntiirrinv sf ? ternoon next. Schedules may be had ? frotii the hon. -secretary, and all agents. Entries close at 10 p.m. to-morrow with the secretary at the Board of Control ' toodjs. Metropolitan Buildings, Ado laide-Btreet. Mr. II. L. Griffiths has been invited to judge poodles, Mr. W: C. Hae all terriers, and Mr. W. F. Kenny nil other breeds. BULLDOG CLUB. Schedules may . now be obtained for this club's Jiipjit parade to he held on Thursday evening, October 28. Entries close, cd October 25. The. location of the kIjow has been fixed for the Oddfellows' Hall. Charlotte-strppt. eilv. GUNDOG CLUB. , The Gundog Club of Queensland will hold u final show for the current vsar on Saturday, November 13. I have not been informed of the...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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THE DOG WORLD (By Cerberus.) [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 17 October 1926

THE DOG WORLD .'? .'' . .????: (By Cerberus.) October 23: Queensland Kennel Clnb, final parade; Brookficld show ; ?October 28: Bulldog Club, nig-iit parade. October 30: Airedale CJub show. Ips with Show Society parade. Fosterri.v Club social. Kovembej 6: Ladies' Kennel Cl-ib parade^. ? Kowritbcr 13: Gun Dog, final outing.

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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GOLF ACTION HOW IT STIMULATES BREEZY DESCRIPTION [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 17 October 1926

GOLF ACTION HOW IT STIMULATES BREEZY DESCRIPTION Robert Magill, in the London 'Sunday Pictorial.' says the pilfer has no time to fret about trifles like earthquakes or politics. He writes: Golf is a grtme you play— or, rather, a nenarice vou perform — with a m:m you loathe while you are playing with him. because lie encourages his caddie to sniff, or whistle, or fall dead, just as you are about to take a shot, while all the birds of the air leave off eating somebody else's fruit and gather round to hop about and twitter to distract your attention, and even the worms will tunnel under ike green so as to deflect, your putts. . The underlying theory of golf is to liit the ball, and then get mad because you dropped your shoulder or forgot to go slow back. You keep, hitting the ball, and getting madder.- until you get the confounded thing on to the green, where you chivvy it round a dozen times until it falls down the hole. Then you look round furtively, moisten the point of your pencil,...

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

T00W00MBA SHOW snriETV TOOWOOMBA, Saturday-Mr. \V. C. Peak presided at a committee meeting of the Royal Agricultural So.-iety. He re ported that the donations this year were ] much higher than in :inv iirovious year. aii-l several dairymen wrote objecting to i the practice of lock up :it night cows entered for milking competitions. It ! was _'3t-tided that in future the prai-lice ! be discontinued. Tho o,ui'stion of holding j a special sports d.iy ;n next year's show j was left to ihc iinum-c committee.

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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NEW COMPANY GREAT WESTERN PORTLAND CEMENT AND LIME, LTD. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 17 October 1926

NEW COMPANY I GREAT WESTERN PORTLAND j CEMENT AND LIME, LTD. On another page will be found the / prospectus of Great Western Portland! Cement and Lime, Ltd., .New South J Wales. The authorised capital is £750,000. in shares of £1 each. Of these 45,000, fully paid, have been allotted to the vendors m consideration of lease holds and plant acquired, 130,000 shares have been subscribed for, 500,000 shares are now being offered for public sub scription, payable 2s Cd per -share ou application, 2s 6d per share on allot ment, and the balance in calls of 2s 6d per share at intervals of not less than two months. Seventy-five thousand shares are to be held in reserve for future issue if required. ' j The objects of the company are to manufacture cement, to establish at once a hydra ted lime plant on the compauy's property, where it has already some of the necessary plant installed! to place hydra ted. lime on the market within the first year, to start selling coal within six months. The pros...

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

WANTED HERE 1 ? « ? BRITISH TTOEMPLOTED. Australia wants the British unem ployed. This is the clear-cat con clusiou at which Mr. A. J. Jones (Minister for Mines) arrives is an a-.ticlc to appear in Tuesday's issue of 'The Daily Mail.' Mr. Jones reviews the various statements which were made on the question of migra tion by members of the Empire Par liamentary Delegation. The hope of Australia, Mr. Jones declares, is a bold migration policy, together -with the simultaneou : development of secondary and primary industries. He admits that the ' British unem ployed must inevitably contain a percentage of 'down-and-outs,' or 'riff raff,'. but argues that in spite of this the unemployed are wanted here. .

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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SWAN'S ATTACK SCULLING BOAT DAMAGED [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 17 October 1926

SWAN'S ATTACK ] 1 4 SCULLIXG BOAT DAMAGED MELBOURNE. Saturday.— What was supposed to be a tame white swan at tacked a sculling boat -which w*B being used by Arthur Cambridge, the State champion eculler, on Bendigo Lake yes terdar. Before the scalier ronld beat the bird off it had inflicted damage srhich mi}l necessitate the boat being sent to Mel bourne for repairs. Cambridge $ras pr« pariDg /or the big events in Melbourne; aext ISararday. ? ._ j

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
THE TIDES TO-DAY [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 17 October 1926

THE TIDES T-Vj-AY. a.m. l- -in a.m ft ;r, High x-v.t . .-.S* 1 1 R-27 r, j Low -«-3tor .. 0.10 0 7 0.0 0 6 TO-MOBKO'A'. Hirr'i vaW . 7.2 .i o ~.^ * ;? UpV wat'-r '-- . '1.6' '03' l.l 0 '3 For bi^b msIt ;i* rink«-T)ba nd-l U-min -o Mrne on bar: Dry Pool:, add -JSmin: lnik-«- iwopilly. add lilt ymin. . Add. another hnlf hwir to asr«-r:ain low- -n-atcr at f.in pliicct mcnlinued nbovo. TBr' SUN. Mn rir-T, o.l' a. in.. ?'fs .i.?'1! p.m. i THE MOON. ! Full tn'.ioij, October 21. 5.1-5 P.m. ;

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

SANDY GALLOP j Tolloving is tbe rpsu't of tbe second round of , tbe president's (late Dr. Morrison ) and Mr. A. Cribb's tronbiee, played on the Sandy Gallop licks pn Saturday (knockout eomftetition. mutch play) -.-^ C. L. Elliott il up) defeated H. DIamoml. W. 3. Wood (2 Jip and J. te play) defeated i E. Stephens.

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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BATTLE O'ER AGAIN Jeffries and Sharkey [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 17 October 1926

BATTLE O'ER AGAIN ^fc ? ?' - - Jeffries and Sharkey The recent brief flurry, of ton roinnln for an incrediblj large 'gati:' and the world cliampionshij) give? point to the following, from a Kew York -paper: — The audienee at Loew's' State vaude ville house was waiting for something You can always tell when au audience is waiting 'for some special number: there ;s a sense of restless suspem 2 in the long, rustling rows stretched in the shadows to tbe footlights and a half grudging duality in the laughs and ap plause wrung out, of them by 1he other numbers. On this Monday afternoon, the vaude ville nets, were working gallantly ;ind well.' but they. tfio. seemed t«' feel that, they were only a half tolerated prelude to the renl event to come- S?o the three wild acrobatic 'Pheiks, straight from the sands of Arabia, and the tno nifty nuts whose natter -you may learn from 'Bill- board') knocked them cold in Albany, which only too obviously had its eyes on tnc wings. Out of the wings, fina...

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