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INDOOROOPILLY MIXED POURSOMES. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 17 October 1926

INDOQROQPILLV \ MIXEJ- FOUJUJOMBS. 1 Tlustt the ihnv'Vable dtmtvU^f e*per-- enced and bemoaned during the early 1 stages of golf tuition are fast being over- j corne }-»? IndoproopiHjr club njptnberfl J* , evidenced by toe fact that on . gatnrday ] the first pretentious fixture since tie 1 opening of the club WSS decided on tl«! j gr»«tly improved coursp. JThe -*veat, ni miT-»^ fnnr.inmi-a bosev handicap. attraet«cl t sound competition, an4 yioujfli scores were somewhat wideiy separated, play was not in the least devoid of its bright snatches Miss' M'Ge* and H. A. Feather did escep tionaljy well. Q«io? ».--««* ^'dly. thpv evaded many of tbe pitfalls that proved tjie downfall of their opponent*, and fin ished a!l square. The jropnejs-up returned a ecTd showing 3 down, the remamrns players following at tle^a intervals. De MisVli'Gee— M- A- Feather Jig) square Miss ?i. Aiaer— L. P. Power -9) S down Miss Feather — C. Woodhead, .ijsn. ^12) .. , ? .? -? ?? * 4own Mjss C. Lloyd— Jessug /JO...

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

CADDY'S VICTORY | SqShWVHZE. Saturday,— The hero of tlie ; day *t the Eeyal Melbourne f oljt Unks yea tertay, wh« a fete was held for cjvartty. v»s a S'abdrtngbftm caddy. 'Trfdy' K*ysmitii. who tied witb Alex. Russell. ««e. Jupp, a»«J Uugh THompsoo. wUfc seven In tjie approach and putt t-» a pasd-spripkled ereen, fhe boy wen tha play-off In elgbt strokes, apd «fas regarded with A ao'rf bae. MTilUam Kitchener, of MnsgraTC-road, TTest End, had his left hand caaght be tween two pieces of iron «* 9 iouiuJrf in South Prjsbaue on Saturday morning. The ambulance treated him for * lacera ted second finger on that hand, and took him to *ie Mater Sublifi Hospital.

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

HASHLTQF . MIXED FOURSOMES. Ike last, of the moatbly mised f&urs«,Lies if the present .season was pjayed od Uie B.Q. links nt Hamilton on Saturday afternoon, the customary large entry participating. Mrs, Crawford, liartoered by A. I. Thompson, Won from the numerous field with a fine card of 90 — 16 — 74. Their play orer the Brat balf-^ j. 5, 4. H, 4. 4, 4, 5, 6-ri2. was particularly impressive, but they took elx more -over the final stage. Sirs. Hall— C. H. Noble on the 23 mark, trere only one stroke more. The short markers, Miss Jean Douglas — .T. Park (3) bad an excellent cross round of 78 (39 — 10). Both niayed consistently, and at times brilliantly. Their first card read : Out: a, 4, S, S, 5, 4. 5, 8, 5—39. lu: 6, 4. 3. 5, 4, S, 5. 4. 6^-40. Miss Gibson — R. S. Gibson (12). nrijo have been very successful in these foursome events, vrvre not in form on Saturday, though, they bagged tbe twelfth in S — a feat that Was tlso performed by Mr. and lirs. Thorpe. Cards were retur...

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

WYNNUM WIN FOR fiROAOFOOT. On a course that was inclined to bo easy 1 satisfactory entry of members participated In the monthly bogey competition at Wynnum on Saturday. W. K. Broadfoot showing the best return of the day with one up on the course figures. On tlie whole, the average lercl -tf tbe play wa3 gratifying. Seores:-— W. X. Broadfuot (S). 1 up. a: j. Lewis (17), square. I-. Steer (16). 1 down. M. I-. Watklns (9). 2 down. J. A. O'Copnor U2), 2 down. S. Tterney 1J.7), 2 doVB. W. Brandenburg -}4), 3 down. 1,. 3. ij-Con»cbtc (10), * down. A. S. Wisbart (g), 5 down.

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

GOODNA CANADIAN FOURSOMES. Long and ehort markers of Uie Ooodna. Ctut- engaged in a Canadian foursomes. 18 hol«s stroke competition on Saturday afternoon, wni«h was productive of the best of comnetltion. In all. 26 competitors took part in tlie event, which, saw Dr. Ellerton-^Furness win nar rowly from Farrell— Vates, wbo. however. secured the best score off tlio stick for the day. Cards were returned by:— ? Dr. Ellerton— Furness ..97 2i «G ParreU— Yates ...... 9S IS ti Wolf— Francis ? 100 22 - 7S ThompsoB^r-Twenilow .... 16 J. 18 85 Pittara^Vcstnjan .. .. 10J 19 82 M-Cielland— Sims ? JOS IT 8fi Piijton— H. C. C. Shaw .. 107 20 81 M'Prepor— Grant .. ..107 20 Sf Burrows — Swain ? 10' 2« -S« I toy le— Sou they ? 1«5 17 S8 Ktrr— Uurtord ? Ill 20 Vl

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

IPSWICH v. SANDGATE SEA6JDERB DEFEATED. Ou thi- Ipiiwlch Hnks on Saturday & -risit- i&£ party of Sandcale golfers wag decisirdy beaten by a local team, thief, of tbe %i mateb.es contested being lost fry the home men. Scores : — t. Waencr Cs^ratcS) ....... ,. $ j Fasteat time, 1. %¥«ener, 2?.2T. \ KEOItON. ' SENIORS' 2 MILE HAKD7CAP, i A. liarshaU (acr»tcb) .:.... ',. i j . 3. £. Turner -scr»tch? ........ 2 X. Giipln (28 yar-te) .. ,. .. .. 3 j JUNIORR' 9 MH.& CHAJCPI0N85IP. ! H Crlsford ? 1 i H.' KJtchlrier ? 2 S. lynch ............ 3 ! T. H. Marstalli of the Kedron TTheelera, ! ?vrho won the lOOmile road race, from Colac j lo Melbourne, 'and A. M'Lennan, of tho j Hamilton Wheeters, one of the eonipeti- I lotg in the race, returned in Brisbane by i the mail train pn Saturday ni^ht'. Be- ; sides i» inning tbe race Marshall recorded i the |»stest t»m«. . ' I. Taylor 8 v W. F. Moles (3 and 4} 1. - V,: r. Jackes (5 and 1) 1 t B. J. lluato «.o ? K. S. M'GiU 0 v A....

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
CYCLING CLUB EVENTS ROAD RACING ROAD RACING [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 17 October 1926

CYCLING CLUB EVENTS ROAD RACING Oimpetitlon w»s again rwtrlcttd to the road on Saturday afternoon, Sev«»aJ heavy sbwefe did not Interfere serlousjbr with any ot Uie events. set down for decision J»y tbe club*. The surprise of the day was the defeat o* Anclp CaBtaenola, in the West Brisbane Club s half mile championship, as be was considered to pe a certainty. B«sults: AMHERUEV «VUB JUXIORS' F1VB MltE HANDICAP. *. Peacock (lujJn) .. ? J A. Carter -seratchl ? 2 A Jonf » lacratch) ? 3 Fastest time. A. Carter, 14.50, SENIORS 14 MiLB (President's Clip fieriea). W. pe Maid (scralcM ? 1 H Bowerlng (—40), ? - n. Murray 1—46) .. .. .- -- . 3 FBBtest time W. Dc M» «, 3»29 KAKCABOO FplNT. SEMOBS' 10 MtLE HAKDICAP. L Crlstensen (2.30) ? 1 K. .SUnraons (2.30) i ? 2 B. yeoman n.e- ? 3 Fastest time, T. S. Wallace, i7.S. JC-'IOB.S' 14 MILfe HANDICAP (Championship Series). W Houston (2 80) ? 1 C. Weaver (2-30) ? .. ?? 2 W GrimmeU (—23) .. ? S Fastest time, R. Johnston, 44.5; second rast» eft, Vf. Cr...

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

Travelling Cases 6? Bags — A Splendid Assortment %. of Good Values at T. C. BEIRNE'S YffLCAJriTE ATtACHE CASE!, 2 ^^^^^^Pr . ] : loeip. capped eornew, strong handle, SOLI» L3EATHER KIT -» ACS, ] : good hinges. strong frame, top lock, strong ; ; Sizes 12 U 16 JSia. handle, a bag suiteblfe fot aiy pair- 5 PRICES 8/11 10/6 12/6 13/6 P1?^- ' 5 Sites 14 16 18 20in. 5 PRICES J6/1J 18/il 21/15 53/11 ] FIBRE SUIT CASK, tan colour, 2 | . , good nickel plated slide nozzle locks, ? \ metal fraine and hinges, strong - ] handle, reinforced at corners. ! Sizes 20 22 24 26 28in. ? PRICES 1J/6 12/6 14/6 15/6 16/6 : \ $OIXD LEATHER KIT BAGS, »AT BOX, made of gooa fi&». [ slia* locks, nickel platipd on brass light an4 strong, l coae to '-Hf^prix ' ; jnoonts, doth lining. hat to so that it cannot get croslftHft : : capped corners, 2 strong cliffs, T % | - Sizes 14 16 18 20 22 24in lock, good Mdo1«. Size abbot '-if « - PRICES 21/ 25/ 27/6 30/ 35/ 37/6 l? x 10. PRICE, J5/6. ;:..;]v ; PATENT FIBR...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
RELIABILITY TEST N.S.W. MOTORIST HILL CLIMB EVENT [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 17 October 1926

#iiiBiti^;Ti^^ j. ?^)s;w, motorist^ '-- \MSi^-ciJMR EVENT.'' ?' AfiiHBALE, Sai^day. '-— ? Another ?tWgje^istVflife^ Bflyal iiatomobile Clnb'a JO *4ayB':?eliability triil ivaa completed Trhep /the :Itt: competing cars /reached Armidale- after. '165vimiles*- -run;- ' {^he weathpj^ -^hen ; i^B'i' 'can't left,' Mus well- : prooK, , was 'Eprxec-t, - -Opt. after ? leaving TamwarBi, light: :rain- seisin, Yand con tifanifd'iprac]ticany :'aU.; tfie Kway - to ' Armi-' da$j.^v ?''-? ''?' ;.;./.-.; %.-'-? '' ./'.-- .-? ? . ' ? '; ICwo :v«ars ;;«5pertenced'.rBome . .trouble, Wt^1«DD^r^ry.iei^&^ere^effe55^,-a3id': 6qgiv.ewcs' *rTired-?bn t&iel ' Another v car.; hai tj^-i^^t^e^to^akftTro; springs.' Wtie 'Irodda ' .^ere '- particuiarly gjojftd.^ e^efciklly : about v SO' miles/ont ^of vArM ;'? -J^ rh31--linib|ng; coitfesl;. was - held -just ouf -^f iMurrnrundi- :;'BartletV-driving; a JJu|3tiJ.-^vaB : theJwinihe'r. .: His -tiine ; was' |^^t^c.^'BE«^a^ld:;bjave done' it' in to^a^By-6et...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
RAIN PLAYS UP WITH THE PITCHES BATTING PROBLEMS Variations in Wickets Changing the Styles [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 17 October 1926

gjiy ; PLAYS UP WITH THE PITCHES %n^iora in Wickets Changing the Styles - . *??* brings its handicaps to batsmen or bowlers, or both, accord , in^to its effect ;on -wickets. There seems to have b«a some quick ? ../.chan*** , in .tie 'conditions of pitches anring Satnrday afternoon, accora - inj.tft reports. ' ' ; YfrvittB* -^?tfB-*? batamen xrith reputations were scratching for » : -?^ ^.^^.«T^«, Vbile others were running into centuries in more /^^*'fi!^Bv-:.l^»jhaa fallen ©n all. grounds on Friday. V ' X*??-f'*?(!*.-''^f*-:.^* tw? season three batsmen scorea over a! century, ;.. ,,.. but th«: general .average -was low. Bowlers had a good day at the Exhi Wtion-Ha 3 ground. - ' , ; K«^i«* to not good, and tte ; weakness in this department is a : matteT for 'serioBS consideration. Throwing-in is the weakest point in this aspect of the game. . . liree of the senior matches are, on figures, at an interesting stage. 5a the fourth Toombul appears to be safe. : ' ''...- . BEST PERFORMANCES...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
SHIPPING ARRIVALS, OCTOBER 16. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 17 October 1926

SilTOG I ? — - ., ^ ., ? ARRIVALS. OCTOBER IS. 1 - MALABAR, 4ol2 ton6, from Sincauo'c. Burns; ;Ph!lp, and Ccritd., agents. MORINDA;. 3025, tons, from Sydney. Burns. Phllp, .and. Co., . ageute. - . - DEPARTURES. OCTOBER 16. MALABAR.V 4512 tons, . for .' Sydney. Bui-ns. rbilp, .and Co.. Ltd., agents.' MORINDA, - 2025'. tons, for tapua. Buriis, Thllp. ? and , Co. -; Ltd., . agents. BURWAHi ' 2273 tons, for Cairns, Tia ports. Howard Smith Ltd., - ag«nts. TIN ANA, : 459- tons, for -Maryborough and Bundaberg. . Macd'onald, . .Hamlltob, and Co. Ltd., agents. ?? TIME, S31C tons, for Southern ports. Howard Smith -Ltd., agents. ? ? AROONA.for TpmisviUe Adelaide Steam ship ...Co. JM.,- agents. R.M.6. ORViETO DUE. - The Orient liner Orvieto, from London, will arrive ? at Kew Farm whart ? on. Monday, at 5 p.m., instead of 7.30 a.m. -as preriously an nounced. -. )

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
33-MILES ROAD RAGE AUSTRALASIAN TITLE [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 17 October 1926

33-MitES ROAD RAGE ..?.?.???? ?♦ ? rr: AUSTRALASIAN TITLE MEliBOUBNE, SaJurdar. — The Austral-. aslan road .cHampJooship of. 33inilcs :Tras held orer the Bnlla. course ; at Xorth Kssendon ibis afternoon, under tho patronage of the Aus tralasiah Federal . OycJing : Council and the rul«s ]ot '.the ? League of Victorian' Wheelmen. H. K., Smith - (Western Australia), who was the' lime distance .-rnad' . rhannfnn 1»Rt' T«r ?won' ifie mucK-cpreted : title after .a wonAertut finisb. '-from. Percy Osborne, . Victoria's 25 miles :champion, andj G.- A-iM*l»ecMi-.-Vic.). .At-:,it»e, Wgeere'- Best,' 21- miles out, Opper man, who was a ailarter of. a mile- In the lead, ?: had - the . misfortune .- to puncture : his t yre, and was, forced to retire. Besult:— BL-K. Smith (W^.). 1, P. Osborue {Oak leigh) 2, G.rA^.M^Leod (P.^and S.Y.) 3. AVon by two , lengths, with ra length between second, and third... Ttine. JJir 36aln-56 l-5secl

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
HAPPY CHILDREN FROM ALEXANDRA HOME [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 17 October 1926

HAPPY CHILDREN FROM ALEXANDRA HOME Some of the happy children of the Alexandra Home who on Saturday were treated to a motor run — their second within a few weeks. - ?' '. A..' most:. enjoyable afternoon -was ex perienced by the children' of . the Queen Alexandra: Home on Saturday, when a. number of motorists, .who 'had kindly volunteered for the -purpose, cprried Ihem, happy and- expectant, to- Wel lington Point. Promptly at 1:20 pju. 23. gaily decorated cars bearing 120 children, headed by a littlo yellow single-Beater carrying the 'grand- mother' of tlie institution, started ou the trip. This, run Tras the, outcome of tbedecisipn of the. A section of 'the B.A.C.Q. children's day, made, on the way back from Sandgate, to give the inmates of the Queen Alexandrr. home another day by the sea. r WJiat ?with the clearness of the air, the brightness of tbe countTy after the rain, the la'ckof dust, and— -last but not least — the- happy laughter and pratt ling of the ytrungstersi the run vr...

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

THE HAILS | Mails close at tho G.F.O., Brisbane, 36 follows: — Sew . South Wales, South . Australia, - and Tasmania, - daily; excert Sunday.' 7.5 'a'nvT _W«sa»in Australia, Tjiesdsvs, JhursdajE, *ad T Saturdays, 7.5 a.m. ? r« Western District!, Tuesday and Fri days, 1.0 p.m. Far Northom Mail, Eorkhampton. and Macltay, Mondays, \S'e-lno.sdsyE, and Fri days, noon; parcels 10.15 a.m.; supple mentary mai). Fridavs, -7.0 p.m. Wtatton 'and Hnghenden ^overland), Mon days and ThuTBdaya, 7.0 t-.tb. Central districts, St. Lawrence, Saxina, and Mackay, daily, except SundavE, 7 p.m. ' United . Kingdom and Europe, per Or sova, letters, 7.5 a.m., packets and news papers 6.5 a.m., October JS; supplementary, money orders 4 p.m., registered articles 6.0 p.m., OctoVer 18; packets, 6.5 a.m., let ters - 7.5 . a.m., October 19. Korth and South. America, per Ventum. packets 0.5 a.m., letters- 7.S ' a.m., Oct'her IS; per Tsiapirn, paokct8 6.5 a.m., letters 7.5, * October 20. i ?Fiji. Samoa, and Honolulu, ...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
FIRST PENNY POST SUCCEEDED IN 1690 [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 17 October 1926

FIRST PENNY POST SUCCEEDED IN J690 Towards the end of the sixteenth cen tury a man named Jude began a private enterprise letter service between London and- Plymouth. There is little authentic TceoTd of the. charges. . In 16S9 the ' liingV'Posts — hitherto coBjEmed. .ton Stat& letters — ^started carrying private letters in opposition to Jude. Six years later a Koyal Proclamation gave the King's Posts a monopoly, aud^Jiide was driven out of business. *'??,' ? The. monopoly wasestended to six main ?roads: those to Edinburgh, Holyhead, Plymouth, Bristol. Norwich, and Dovet. When iho Commonwealth was set up the! Lord Protector .made the State postal service a monopoly on all roads. In 1660 the posts were let^out to pri vate contract, one Henry Bishop paying a royalty o.f £21,000 a year to the State. Bishop was succeeded- by O'Neale, and O'Neale by the Countess of Chester field. The lease expired in 1677, but some local posts were let out to contractors. In 1699 . a . London merch...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
STRONG MEN HIGHLAND GATHERINGS JUDGES AND WRESTLERS [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 17 October 1926

Strong men . . ? — i .♦ . — ??.. HIGHLAND GATHERINGS JUDGES. . AND . WBESTLERS* Hc-wasa faniow 'oldrtime piper. The fact-that.hc Tiad competed, at. .a noted Highland gathering 'and won': prizes there' is a ? criterion o*' that. .But.' on t.his-oc-^ casion -he did - not v compete— rand-.therejiy hangs-, the tale. ;- ' - ? ' He* -wa» ifoiMl of .a dram., was, BpnaP. Shortly v.bef oxe ..'the gameis'''tie had ? been h'aTing- a 'jbll.ifieation. 'He'* landed at the field.;aH;Ti^ht '-laid his box safely, in acorncf. of^ttietent, aiid went off; for a look :. 'around. ~. ' ' ': - . As the time- approached for the com petition. ;he.' 'retirmed-rattd' ' opened the: box, meaning . to -tiine np his pipes.. But, lo t : a miracle ^had happened. No biag pipes'; 'weife ftb;0'e;- -but' in- their' place* two bottles of: the. Te3l. real 'Glenlivet' peacefully, reposed: Aaidrthen he recol lected/ IPuliy.ia'-- week ''previously- h'ehad planked- the ;ti;easnret there, safe -from the , pryirfg ' .ejreis-^an...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
T. C. BEIRNE'S SWIMMING CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 17 October 1926

T. C. BEIRNE'S SWIMMING CLtJB - Th« present club has seen formed by amal fanatlng the T.C.B. ladles' and T.C.B. men's en-lamlng clubs. A Urge number of members of both setes attended . the lniucaw! twim * en Thursdny last. The efllclalg were: — Starter, Mr. JloOgt; cheek starter, W. Martin ; time Keeper, v. itooney; juace^ause k. Dean; nan dicapper. Mies N. Walsh. the races were keenly contested. Results: — X Grade, «0yd9.— M. Gabriel 1. T. Bradahcv 2, L. Freemantle 3. 80 yar&-: K. tcok 1. M. Clutterbtiek 2, M. Meehaa 3. BeginneK, SOyds : St Kenaedy 1. A. Kaaanan 8. 'Oh. please. - ina'am,' gasped tTis nursemaid, 'I've lost little Nora!' 'Grac5oj». jriri! Why d5d5S*r yon fipeak to a T-oliceu.jen?' **I -w&e speaking to one at the time, ma'am!' The 'boy furrowed hia brow over tbe examination question' ''Whatia & can- 1 ardt' At last ne wrote down his rejjly. 'SometfaiQ^ you caflardly believe.' He frtJll finds it painful to at dowal

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

There's a CaU for Cooler Clothes ! OXJMMEB'S here now .... there's no mlattajdng it. ^ Men everywhere- are ta&iBg to cooler clothe*; SOusy of them are solving the question of coolness^ and of comfort : -with Moore Bros. Special Business Salts. And while they I ore winning comfort and coetaum fliom the eloths specially I woVen for the Season, th* paxttenlariy kees price Is ^triotr I them value that Isn't to *b« equalled *&ywher* £5/10/- *?!«—? Patterns of the newly axxlTVd Sumuier wea-me, also Tash- . - ionplates «nd gelf-measorement forms free on requeet. ' * Call or write; I MOORE BROS, j i Tailors Only OPP. G.P.O., qtTBEtf-BTBEET, BEISfeAWE. | WICKHAM-8TSEET, VfiajgT, VBXBBAXB. . t SrAJTUEYSTKEEl, SOUTH UBISBANE. - ' fiiMMMiiMiMiiititiiiMHitfymiii'MnmiiininjT^ | { ?*?%. . I i i! f *aV^H U \ ' it I t 3 a I ^B^H S ? '^ 1 iSiu* t ft i 3 3 { * *^^ glTirltEK taxes ft-*e i ji Ij Sup«tfiae Aostrfilian ^energy. Ceolnew is M *. | I woven aad finished gauze essential— it dep...

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

CRICKET BATS In the advertisement for the Brisbane Sport Depot which appeared in last 'Sunday Mail', the price of the Stuart STirridge, Bapid Driver, special selected cricket bat, was quoted at 4os- This should bave been 54/. The large number ! of these world-famed bata that are eold | to leading playera and clubs by tho ; Brisbane Sports Deport is ample proof oi their qualities. Mistjess: 'I see, Mary, that is f-ur city there is to be one policeman i'ur every 521 inhabitants.' Mary: 'Don't know and don't care about other people, 'cob I've got mine already.' 'Did the prisoner offer any resist- i aneef' asked the judge. 'Only half a crown, ver honour.' and the policeman, 'and I wouidij't look at it.:'

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
BASKETBALL PREMIERSHIP FINAL BUNDAMBA'S WIN [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 17 October 1926

BASKETBALL PREMIERSHIP FINAL BUNDAMBA'S WIN After an exciting struggle, in which both sets Oi forwards played a prominent part West Brisbanea were compelled to lower tlielr coluurs to Bund&mbu. The ring, attached to one of the goy.1 posts was loose all through the (inftie. aud this caused & good dell Of inaccurate shooting. Teams. — Bundamba : Backs, H EamsaJ', S. Ramsay, K. i'oster; centrt, L. 'Seimour. M, Gleciaon, A. Kruger; goalies, B. tiledson, E' Molle, M. LogHii. Wests: Backs, G. Cargill, £. Campbell, G. Graham; centre, O. M'Kes, i. H&fcnab. E. Smith; for-Aards, H. Bell K Holmes, il. Steel .Referee: 4ir. Wortlilngton. Bundambas «ere early transgressors, . aad 'Wests scored from the resultant penalty. Bun dumbas then gained control, but could not score. Wests then scored again, splendid passing giving H. Bell as opportunity, smartly availed of. This was quickly followed by a good fleiS goal by Wests. Buciiambts pressed, und goad centre work by G. Seymou...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
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