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

iBrisbane Municipal Concert Band WICK2L&U PAKkjvV , TO-NIGHT, AT 8.15 Supported 1-y UR. FRED MONUMENT. (Bariinjic') MIES A, RAVEN ' (Contr.-iltoV SILVER COIN AT (iATKP. S. A. HALL, linn- Secrf.ary. ?''???????????-????? k- Malcolm McEachern Celebrated Australian Bass, RECORDING ONLY FOR Vocation Records New Titles iost arrived, IO(n X9747, */. 'WHEN THE SERGEANT MAJOR'S ON PARADE' and 'GOOD FELLOWS' THE AEOLIAN CO., (Aust.) Ltd., ' Hear Here.'' 436-8 QUEEN-STREET (Opp. Customs House), BRISBANE. | 1 COOL, AND BEFRESHITCG ? c;OMlX)RTABLE CHAIRS. .££»» CREMORNE °L Produced by Hugh Huxhani. Xtnv Success on Tliis Week's Program mo: EDITH AND HUGH HARBY GBAHAM, HUXHAM, . v Comedian and In Operatic .Number?. Entertainer. TOE BRENNAlfr, IDA NEWTON, WALTER OORNOCK, BILLTJB JjOCKWOOD, DAN WELDON, SHIRLEY COOKE, GEO. MOON, Jan., EMMIE ENSOK — AND THE SNAPSHOT GIRLS. ? Last 'Week of MISB MAUDE TELFER, The Popular Soprano. PRICES: Week Nights, Reserves 3/ (plus tax), Unreserves, 2/ and 1/...

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

WYNNUM AND MANLY CLUB This dub held a li;imj!.v;i trn\- f«.-r the Lmtoji Hopo raters' -?l;i^s m Water loo Bay. The following were the handi caps: — Eveuel (R. Stone), ser; Maud (IJ. Collrdgp). scr: Beval -V. Perkins), sfr; Violet (F. Crowd)), Stnin ; ' Sftot (T?. Paten). 4min: SnunviiiE' II. CD. Min-roV, 4inin. The' start was- efFected in :j westerly S«juall, hut conditions improved siiglitly as the race progressed. Violet had a mishap to her spiunnkor pole shortly after the stnrt. Imt farritnl c.ii. 3--\ciic] led over Ihe gre.-itor portion of Ihe coursr, VioM taking the lead .with throe-fourths of the race completed. Spunving II. « again prcurod fastest Umc ov^- ;ho course, performing ^vith bcr usuni nipri} from the bach mark. Finishing times: Violet (F. Crouch), 4.ri]..V.. EvoJiel (R- Stone). 4.,'2.2'-- Spurwinsr IT. (D. Munro). -I.ri2.23. .Hoval (V. I'erkins). 4.52.38. Scot (R. Pnten). 4.0S.4.'-. - Maiifl (R. Collodge'), 4.51.-'0.

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

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Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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THE "ROYAL'S" RACES [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 17 October 1926

THE 'ROYAL'S' RACES The Boyal Queensland Yacht Club held races from Hamilton to King Is land for the auxiliaries and motor boats. The following, were the hnudieaps for the former: — Mahra (W. A. Douglas), scratch-;. Atbalie (L. F- Bennett), 3min; j Symbol (J. E. -Streeter), lomin; Vikiiijr (A. M. Wil&on), 21min; Niobe (D. E. Maotagrgart), 23inin; Lu:ma (A. C. WishartJ, ..i.'3min. The race was . wo?i b3T Viking with over 7min to spare. Fin i Slung; times: — Viking -A. M. Wilson), 5.20.1. Symbol (J. E. Streeter), 5.27.19. Launa (A. Wishart), 5.36.7. Myra (W. A. Douglas). 5-39.12. Niobe (D. E. Alactaggart), 5.47.21. The motor boats started from an imaginary line between tho starter's boat and the eandlewor&s chimney, fin ishing off King Island The folio-wing were'- the handicaps: — Chief wing £M. H. Shaifd). ser-; Mari (D. Brown), 30.0 on; Mavis (G- Campbell), Jo.o' on: Apache (D. Jjongland). ]S.O on: :Scotia (V.' Campbell), 2(i.O on; Oinaii (G. D. Marr), 22.0 on: Gwend...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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THE BEST PERFORMANCE EVER ACHIEVED BY A QUEENSLANDER. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 17 October 1926

THE BEST PERFORMANCE EVER ACHIEVED BY A QUEENSLANDER. T. H. MARSHALL, winnur o* Colac to Melbourne. 100 Miles Amateur Road Rae«, also fastest time on his 'Heather' Cy:lc, built specially *y B. J. McGRORY, Swfft *. Cycle Werks. West End, for J. Scott. Cycle Agent, Enoogera.

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TWENTY-TWOS [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 17 October 1926

'-f. ' TWENTY-TWOS TTie ,hanr]i-*an race, of the twenty - Iwos bndod in a victory for Ron.i. which is the second ./victory for ~E. Spriiijjfi eld '?&;.. craft this, season. The following ?p-?fe'-'4be hap-licap5: Evelyn (.f:-M-*CleOT)'.^ 6.. 5. 4; Peeress ?'('W. MbdinR;vi.-^v;3-.'-2»: Mvee (L.Wat «b'n), 3/^8^ -2iV 2; Soiia (E. Spring ?field). -2J ' 2;;2. i'i: Gladvs fV. -Xeirus). 'j^ra.teh. :' lii'°tlie rain squall Myee .'fa'asfid ? escitempni. and '-eventually cap iized; * i^With tspiniiakers set^ Peeress took-'ti.e lead, the rounding -.times being: Peeress 4.36.10^ Bona 4.36.25, Evelyn 4.39.54, Gladj's 4.40.5; On thg return Rona' and Peeress provided- ar. interesting fight for leading position. Bona went to the front, ? which posi tion she held until just, past Cairn cross, when. Peeress took Ihe lead. & short dist'ance..;$rom the. finishing line, however, .-'Bona^ :again- .-nrenjfc to the front, eventually vrinniug ;with loser to spare, t .Gladys was sailors ?vrith...

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

I MOTOR GAR BARGAINS RETIRING FROM BUSINESS SALE. « JEWITT BIG SIX De Luxe Tvurtrs. fully equipped, including Hydraulic 4 Wheel Brakes. Disc VViiwts, Bumpers, Sun Visor, etc. Imported ' Bodies. ,, £425 Complete PAIGE AND JEWITT Demonstrating Cars at your own price. Terms ar ranged. LARGE RANGE OF USED CARS. Automobiles Ltd. NORTH QUAY.

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IPSWICH GAMES RAILWAYS' INNINGS WIN [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 17 October 1926

IPSWICH GAMES RAILWAYS* INNINGS WIN IPSWICH, Saturday.— In tlie A jrrade fixtures to-day, Hailways defeated I C.Y.M. by sun innings and 56 runs. St. Paul's (A grade) and Euunsng Slied (B grade) Loth Lad Lyes, and played each other on No. 1 wicket, St. rani's \vin Jx'wg. ^ A GRADE. Railways v CXM. — Won l)y Rail ways Ly an innings and 56 runs. When CY.M. * resumed batting to-day the scores were: — Railways 175, C-V.il. 70. C.Y.M. ver« uisTnisscd for 49 in their sewnd inuhips. J. M''BrieH, with 11, I*e ing tlie only double-figure ecorer. K. Phillips took six for 22, L. Watson two for S, and J. Itoutledge Wo for 11. Running Shed v St. Paul's.— Running fShed, 69 {P. Hiekey 23. P. Deninan 12 inot out, J. Foreman 10). Bov-ling: C. Bottger, three for 0; n. Lossberir. two ior jjj u. i/uiiitiu, *^-»' i^ *— , * ? Harris, one for 6; V. Dentnan, one for 22 St Paul's, 1-57 (F. Harris 90, J. Donald 25, H. M'Dermott 18, W. Pee 10). Bowling: N. Russell, four for 40; P. Mivenzie. four for 50; M. Geo...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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TOOWOOMBA MATCHES L. NASH, 120. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 17 October 1926

TOOWOOMBA HATCHES L. NASH. 120. TOOWOOMBA, Saturday.— In to-day s a nade fixtnres some good play t^ae vitacsseJ KtweM Grammar and fiarlSstcn. The m«teh ended in » draw L. Nash secured the batting honours for Harlaxfcm with I-J. Fdr Grammars, veteran G. P. Barbour maae 45, H. Keats 55, and A. Provan andPads* both not o-Jt, added Tiselol scores ol 50 and ;'.:i. Valley bent T»ipgi-rs by 3 04 runs o-J Vm first incinps. Vallpv, lirst inning?. 2K5: Diggers, ftr.vt hir.iii!.'!,, K.I (1'oon 17, M'Wliic ?jjj H. Kemp 22, (.'. liuhiott -6). liowlinir: CliamLorlflir. rhrec lor ;W'-, K. V. 3Jrai:iI one for 14. Diggers, secon-i iain'iig?, oighl for 14;- (Kem-p 40, Henry J3. K. Biim'ss 1?, v 31'Wliie ^l). liowiing: C. Chamberlain throe for 3'.\ 21. Steinolirt dvo for 2'J, Schenor two for 34, (I. Ward ouo for in. Iii the B jiraile. Kt-!iior srrade. Tooivoi'inba No. 2 atfaiiist Roclnillo. Toownomlia in ilieir first inninss made '?), ai-d BochviJ'e oS. Too woouiba in t'n?ir sct-^nd iiinings scored ld...

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BOWLERS' HARVEST SOUTH COAST FIXTURES [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 17 October 1926

BOWLERS' HARVEST SOUTH COAST FIXTURES . SOLTHPORT, Saturday. — Tlu- competition fixtures of the Southport and District Cricket Association tvcto commenced ibis afternoon. Matches resulted : — Enstport (Southport) defeated Neranvrood at Southport sbovr proimils, l-y an inn'.iigs and 5S runs. Neranwood, first inninjs 22 (H. Smith 10). Bowling: A. K. Whittle, five \ricket3 for 2 runs ; Cyril Nappcr, one for 2 ; M. B. SuIH ran, one for 3. Eastport, first Inoinns two wickets for S3 declared (Cyril Napper not out r.3, K. S. Wiiitlle not ot:t 13, A. E. Whittle 10). Bowling : J. Waif, one for 35. Xeranwood, second Innings U (H. Smith S-. Howliu^: A. E. Whittle, five lor 2; 5£. B. Sullivan, two for 1. Coomera Juniors defeated BurlcigU Heads, at f-outliport recreation groiHids \-y an innings and OS runs. Coomera Juniors, first Innings three wickets for 175 declared (Les Oxenford not out 10J, N. Bambling 40, W. Bambling 15). Bowling: 3. Collett, two for 31; S. Hohnke, one lor 52. Burleigh Head...

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NORTH COAST [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 17 October 1926

NORTH COAST SAMBOL'B, Saturday. — Play was coiiiluued to-day at North Arm in the match, Nambour A grade r Xortli Arm A grade. At the con clusion of last Saturday's play the scores were: Xorth Arm, 97 : Nambour 41. North Arm won by 56 runs ou the nrst innings. To-day's scares were : North Arm, second innings, eight wickets for 51 (K. Graham 22, W. Wardrop 19). Bow' Ing for -'am?jour, \Y. JfilJinar Jlvt- wickets for 20 luns. C. Stitt t'un:e fw 16. Xamhour second Innings, einht for 327 -V. Gaylard 34, R. Kipperess not out 30. T.. Perren 19, K. Ke^s 13). Bowling for North Arm, K. Kiddel five wickets for 37 runs, W. Wardrop two for 23. . The Nambour B grade team dcfeate'I tlio Xambour hural School Old Boys' Association ou the Naiabour oval this afiernoun )-y --i runs on the flrst inni/ips. Scores were as fo' low: Old Boys' Association 61 (H. BaiM.m 16, S. Balldon 13, T. Edmondstou 7). Bowl ing fur Xarabour, B. M'Fadden seven wickets for li runs. G. H. Kaudall one for 21. i. M'Calloon iwo...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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PRIMARY SCHOOLS N. BRENGLE 142 NOT OUT [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 17 October 1926

PRIMARY SCHOOLS N. BRENGLE J42 NOT OUT The r:iin on Friduy afternoon j.Toaily in terfered T\i*li pJay in tin- cumpi-iUii-.n paints. The frequent showers JiLCi'ssii;ited nsaiiy xd journineiits. whilst a. nunilicr vf matches h:i«l !o be abandoned. Uesj'ite this liandirap, some very lino perforni;un't.-s wo-re n-cenltil. N. Brenjlc, Noiman 1'arn, headed the list with 14C not n«t. It was a sp'.eudicl display. a«d included 22 boundary shots. His he.^.t PL-orim; strokes were the drive and the 1'k shc-t. R Kubl:ard. Eaple Junction, whj eatahlisln-rt suu!! a tice record last season, was ;)£??- in in good form, compiling a chanceless 31!) not out. He batted very attractively, displaying a pood range of shots and securing his runs very quickly. G. Cameron aiso gave a rcry finhbed t-xJ;;bltion. but was unlucky to lose liis wicket wiien within sis runs of the coveted cctimry. Of the trundltrs. T. Brown, Ashcrovc, afhic-ed the most success, securing seven for 10 and F. H. Stafford (Brisbane Cent...

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

MISCELLANEOUS A orioHet jrijitch repairing iu n A*a-rv. R;m.t- tnols ^!la(.-; ai TS?i-Uinpion Point on S-. ti;r-lfiy b-iiwoea Teams, rt-iirt-aentius ti.a UoiilsQ'l Buy ll.S.S.I.L.A. and the -J2ud Bctiaiion A.I.F. The seorc-s -.r.:-re: Red land B:iy. iirst iTiDing.-, 1T4: iZnA Batta lion. 5y :-nd two for 67. Principal scinvrs -.vere: Kedlanil Bay, TrasiT ud Easlnii, aud« for 42:id Elltaiion. Uiighflji, Perkins, :-n-i Tardtnt. At tins conclusion of thn riiatch ,tlie 42nd -were the g-jens of Uoo'.ar.J Bay ijraach. ai dinner.

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PENNANT FIXTURES VICTORIAN GAMES [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 17 October 1926

PENNANT FIXTURES ] VICTORIAN GAMES MELBOUBN'E, Saturday. — The second round of pennant cricket was continued this afternoon in line -xeather. T.ie wickets were inclined to T»e salt after the recent, ruin. Scores: — _ North Melbourne v University. — ^orth Melbourne, nrst innings 122, second inniDgs two for 44. University, first innings six for £33 (declared). Bowling: Carlton two wickets for 57, Wilkinson one for 57, Hammond three for 64. St Kilda v Esseridon. — Essendca, flrst innings 82. Bowling: Blackie fivu for 23, Ironmonger three for 43, Datson one for 6 Second innings, three for 45. St. Kilda, first innings eijc wickets for 94 (de clared); second innings siz tor 95 , (de clared). Bowling: iiuliett three ?nickcts for 35. Richardson three for 42. Cvlton v Bichmond. — Oarlton, nrst inniegs six for 105 (declared (Southerlawi --2- Bowling: Nicholson one ior 18, Keating two for 16. Lisle two for 42. Richmond, first innings three for SO (Clem ^fortlcofo^v Hawfto»-B«t Melbourne. — Fir...

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

SYDNEY SYDNEY, Saturday. — The first grade cricket competiiion na3 co-Atinued to-day Results: Cur.iberlr.na 237 {H. Crannev 68) t VTaverley two lor 41. Rand-trick f'l™ Merchant 38) v Gordon none for 5 Faddiaeion (A. P. Wells 143) v Marrick viile r-onc for 4. Northern Dietntt bis for 2SC (L. Chin 1131 v Glere.

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

SYDNEY SHOWS ; i On Saturday last Mr. Dion. Boucicault j commenced a five-day farewell season in 'Aren't We All?' at the Royal. Next Saturday ''Abie's Irish Rose' will be produced. ? | 'Mercenary Mary'* continues on its successful xvav at the St. James's, al though Miss. Mai Bacon, who played leading lady, has left for England. Her, place is capably filled by Miss Madgd | White, of «2fot NOj Nanette' fame. ] 'Rose Marie' to-morrow enters upou j the 21st week of ite season, and as yet there is no indication of closing. * It is exceedingly well dressed and moun ted, and contains many fine dancing and ' musical numbers. The much-discussed production at the Criterion, 'They Knew What They Wanted,' is playing to big business. A feature of the show is tbe excellence of the acting. The cast includes Mau rice Moseoviteh, Ellen Pollock, Nati Maddison, and George Zucco. j The favourite Australian play, 'The ' Sentimental Bloke,' is the attraction at j the Grand Opera House. The natural-' ness...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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WINTERGARDEN DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS "THE BLACK PIRATE" [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 17 October 1926

WINTERGARDEN DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS 'THE BLACK PIRATE' I'oucl.'ir- Fiiii'b:inkp is nmv :il th' hoight. --f his i'kim «»n tl-» motion pic ture poivcn. His pernoniili1.\\ .ici'ntn vlishmoiits, and ilyn.-iniio enrr/ty m.-ik' him one of the rcniurk.ibie mm of Ilio time. With tho now* thnf. his t;rt«-M screen offering, 'The ni:i«-l- Pirate.' will !«' the foaturo :il tr:i--f ion n» tin- \Vin1ci C.irilen, rummfiicinj; Io murrnw. ??nines ihf addoij wold tli.-if hi.« |»ii'hir« i.x en tirely in »'--i]rnij-, ninl ranks as o«o of th« most elaborate i-inoin:i )irni]uctiovR of thfl year. Fairbanks is, as usual. th-' romantic .-iiiventurer. ji.-liievinf: no end of thrills through his h.-ir.ardoiis and frequently nnuisinR ''stuntn.' Hib infrrnuity and athletic prowess arc liip factors in his stmsrpl** to win a captured damsel from a shipload of pirates The tfory i« au original from the pen of Elton Thom son. RilHr Hove i« sm-ii -'ftiii-n«iiPi' Douglns Fairbanks. 'MONTE CARLO.' '?Monte C.jrlo,' a M. ;te....

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CREMORNE "SNAPSHOTS OF 1926" [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 17 October 1926

CREMORNE 'SNAPSHOTS OF 1926' One of the best features of a pro gramme of special ir-;nis at Creniorno is 'The Snapshot s in Venice.' It. i& staged by. the company ajrasust a baik ground typical of old Venico. The rrorrninff nicer is :hr rapturous sinz- : ing of the famous ''Barcarolle.'5 The I item is warmly applauded hy ^atiaiied j audien-*es. Harry Ciraliani aji)H-ar5 for I the first time, and Ills euccet? hi witty j vaudeville lias been instantly ??stdh-j Ushed. He shows abilitv iji :*'A ::-;s j work. . With Walter Gornock air! .?-.-e j Hrennan. two favourites who haw u.-t ! di-prociated one whit in popular favour, j ripplrs of laughter are cashed by t lie | impersonation of three austere pi-rvons. j AH other artists are at their best. ' These inelntle George Moon, jun.. rrlir. leads off the Snapshot Girls in i-msn OajK-inj; movements that are well ev- I cuted, and Emmie Eifsor, the viraewiia dancer. -vho, with Miss Shirley Owk, | appears in the imposing item, ''Singuij: ...

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

^ ? ? ? '.? 4. '? f 'SUMMER IS A'COMIN' JN' ''' Tw ___ __^ ? ? STARTflSIf ' - _, FOR A WONDERFUL ^thcatpc v ^Cy iMSn ^L. T ~W Steve Donoghue ALg0 EXCLUSIVE- FILM OF I m ANOTo?fifi^E ST0RY -v MISS AUSTRALIA'S' | -BEATINC THE BOOKS' ^^~B^— I

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THE TROCADERO CHAMPIONSHIP CONTESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 17 October 1926

THE mOCADERO CHAMFIONSHEP CONTESTS. The dancing championship of Aus tralia is to be decided hi Sv-iji*«v next month, tlir prize money .nnnunt ing in aJI to £1500. In tlir; Qucons l;)jjd secliojj, which r-.Trrips the State chauinioui-'hip. the pcniifinals are now being i-ntered upon ar tho Trocadcro The fui.-ilists will havr firsf-elass rail return to Sydney and l'.otol aioom modatioi!. r»:ovided th---j-c tor thorn during the v.-oek that 'iic fijials :uc being dnnei1!!. On Monday, when tiie second, so.23 fin.-il ia do-.vn fur docjsinn. the coaij'.' fitors u-il lie ?,i.-. R. Feslcs and Miss W. Clark, Mr. Walton and Miss Thorn ton, Mr. \V;ii.t..-: nnij Mips T-. V-.-y\i' un rricj.iy ingnr nmso competmj; ir. the Tlnrtj senii-fiii.il will be Mr. B:ir:-.oi and -Mj.^s Uincli. Mr. Fr«--(. and .'\iiss Pean-e. Mr. C.irfer :ij-.'i Mi?s T\f'Jn*yrc-. In ihc eonte.-t 1'--r the Charl'^toi] championship of Queensland, adjaoi cation is on. poir.t.s by judges^ ap pointed by t!;e Queensland Dauci^ Teac...

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