Brisbane Telegraph in Brisbane, Queensland 28 Nov 1927
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Brisbane Telegraph (Newspaper) - November 28, 1927, Brisbane, Queensland
National Library of Australia sporting on the Golf links teams match at Hamilton president s Side wins by plus Tho usual Loams match Between ides selected by the Captain and the resident respectively marked Tho close if the incl us fixture list of Tho Royal Liucc Nishind Golf club on saturday the Hamilton units were in first rate � million for Tho notch find Well Over 0 players fulfilled their engagements jut of Tho to selected originally. For its were not claimed and each match Vas played to a finish Throe going be Jond the full round before decision Vas reached. The president and the Apt Atn led to licit sides in person and to former played Good Golf to defeat Lis opponent by Ono up on Tho inst Groon. With the next five games also finishing in his favour right off the reel Tho president established a Lead which was never afterwards made up and his Side won by 31 Matlie to 21, the details arc Prosl Dent. Captain. G. Brown .1. E. Anning 0 l. A. Jones. 1 v. A. Riding 0 e. P. Powers 1 to. A Caiman 0 e. P. Sunners 1 c. C. Williams 0 l. M. Bond 1 a. A. Sinclair 0 c. C. Warren 1 c. Jameson 0 t a h. Conwell 1 j. C. Penny 1 p. D. Rylance 0 e. Beitey. L. A d. Ross 0 I. Bond .1 j. P. Fitzgerald 0t. H. Nash 0 r. W. Taylor. 1 c. A Paine 1 t. J. Luddy 0 w. Dormer. 1 c. E. Kennedy 0 j. Byrne .0 B. Roberts 1 a. V. Dodwell 0. A. A Johnston 1 w. P. Coe 1 p. J. Green 0 , 0 a. H. Talt .1,j. C. Brill lord. 0 a. A Harrold 1 a nulls Hoard ,0 w. R. Bailey 1 d. A Browne 1 A what. More Junr 0s. B. Skipper 1 p. J. Ross 0 r. D. Kennedy 0 a Lovo 1 a. G. M Anson 0 j. W. Whitmore 1 � a Noble .0 a. J. Thompson 1e. E. Forth 0 h. B. Bonney 1 c. Elisko 0 to. A. Walsh 1 w. P. Gardiner 1 h. H. Beven 0 w. Deal Jen 1 a Monro. 0 a a nulls j. A a. Anderson 0 j. Steve la r. Lovo 0 i .1 " e. A. Douglas 0d. M. Correo 0 w. J. O Sullivan 1 . Jackson 1 a. To Ulfo. 0 e. J. Flt Patrick 1 r. A dimming 9 w. L. Grant o a. A King 1 r. E. Beven 0 Hinder 1 j Hill x p. J Allen 0 a. F. Partridge 1 t. C. Berne 0j. Howard. L e. A. Cullen 0 l. Dolien 0 r. Crutter 1 � Weedon 0 b. P. Canniffe 1r. M. Gow 1 i. G. Trotter 0 w. W. Pike 1 Val. Howard 0c. Stewart l a. R. Gillespie 0t. Mclaughlin 1 c. C. Stewart 0 m. L. Reading 1 h. J. Dollar f. R. Mathews 0 c. Nic Terson 1 h. A. C. Douglas 0 c. C. Overall 1a. Cesscy l a. J. A Oaken 0 e. M. Smith 0 f. d. Addis 1 j. A Christoe 0 a Burdon 0 a. B. Gillespie 1. 21 at Meeron Gilly. Brisbane Golf club members enjoyed a resp to from Serif Jua compete ton on saturday when a secret Hole event was the fixture. The whole round was played under stroke con Dot Lens on two thirds Handl Cap and at Tho conclusion of play the score taken at three holes which proved to he the 4th. 9th and Lgth. Were. Elm Ina Tad. From each card. The result therefore depended Toa great extent. Upon the relation these three holes bore on the card to. The total score. I they were played badly and the. Round was still moderately Good their elimination would turn the card into a very Gard one. On the other hand a really Fine round. In which these Holos were done in very Low figures would be turned to a merely moderate one by taking them away. The element of Chance thus introduced made for cheerful if somewhat careless play for no matter How badly a Hole might he played there. Was always the Happy Chance of re not coming. Into Tho count. One player for instance scored double figures at the ,.and it Cost him nothing in the. End. The bogey for the three holes taken out was 12 and the actual scores taken for Thorn by. Tho various players ranged from 12 to 20. The Winner turned up in a. D. Pearce whose Gross score of 83 represented Good steady Piny on his Handicap and Asho had taken 10 for Tho three erased holes his not total of 01 made him a comfortable Winner. " the following Olpt gives Tho results.,Tho four columns representing Gross score Itsvo thirds Handicap deduction for 3 secret holes and final net score Resneck tevely a. D. Carco v 83 0 in 01 a e. Mccarthy. 87 8 15 04 h. W. Herbert 01 8 19. 04 p. Gilson. 84 ". .514 05 k. Douglas 88 5 13 15a. A. R. Boyee. 04 13 10 05 1 h. I. Mcgillvray 05 9 18 08 a. Scott 03 9 10 08. J. Ii. Read. 00 11 17 of e. H. Waring 80 5 12 cd 93 9. 15 09 w. B. Denend98 12 17 09 w. Of r. Boyee. -84 13 70 j. E. Neal. 95 -9 10 70 w. M. Pitt. 98 11 17 70 h. M. Turner 94 8 15 71 j. H. 1111190 10 15 71 p. W. Houston00 -9 15 72 . Cowdry 102 10 20 72 m. P. Bigge 101 13. 10, 72 tie at a four Ball. B est Ball against bogey resulted a n toe in the Lynnum links Tho Best results being w. Lyons Roy smythe. 3 up. R. H. Smyth a. J. Lerney 3 up e. M. Pusher j. O Connor. 1 Uli a. E. Porter. 2 Down e. Donovan or. Grey. 2 Down r. C. E. Smyth a. J. Soden 3 Down w. Brandenberg p. B. Berry 3 Down or. Willis L. Bowl. 5 Down Watson r. Murray. 6 Down 1ndooroopilly trophy. Thu second round of Tho 30 holes Stroko Handicap for the medals Al nil trophy resulted in n Good win on the total aggregate for j. L. Kelleway 10 with 100 net. Tho net totals for the two rounds arc j. L. Kelley 10 100 a Jessup 10 109 e. A. Gui 2 170 e. H. Jonos 20 170 for those not Al in Tho final of the medals a Stroko Handicap of 18 holes was played. This was won by w. T. Robertson Lun. 20 with n not 74. Tho Best return re w. T. Robertson Jun. 94 20 74 s. Ii. Phillips 9-1 -18 70 w. J. Austin 00 11 70 w. V. Dixon. 100 2080 r. C. L help 105 22 83 a. P. Noblis 108 25 83 Good a competitions. There was n Large attendance at. Grodnu links when Tho Premier or. W. Mccornock distributed Tho prizes Avon during lie year. Various competitions wore held j. J. Farrell winning the Long drive and j. M. Nell the approach. The pulling Competition was taken by Arn s rung. Among the no soc Lutcs mrs. 1. Ii. Burrows won the Long drove miss k. O Brien Hoap preaching. And there was u lie Between four in the pulling. Southport stroke Handicap. The event it South part links was in 18 Hole stroke Handicap. R. N. 1 1 in ton 25 won Willi n card o 72 net to Best results being a n i Linann 07 25 72 ii Iree Uhn go on 1 1 71 e. M. Iridium 0 1 20 7 1 j. N. Lyndel Ito 77 so. 77 i. Co move 0 1 1" 70. T. Ii. I kill 104 25 70. 1 run Ilston 00 i i 82 a inv ill 07 12 85 g.,h. French 118 25 03 at Ipswich. An 18 holes stroke Hundl cup in which Only u single club was no Lowell funded Tho of event no Ipswich. J. Chi Phell 110 Ivoa with 73 net u very Low score for such a Competition. The cards re turned arc j. Campbell. 103 3 � 73 a c. Lalley. 101 24 77 f. H. Parker 105 28 78 j. Palmer 105 28 78 r. C. Johnstone 10 30 70 w. F. Jacks 88 9 70 t. Conroy. 90 10 so h. Williams ill 30 81 j. C. Lone 99 is 81 in s. M Giu 92 10 82 j. Craig. 99 15 s3 c. Elliott 0g 12 84 a. E. Whitehead. 104 20 84 e. D. Stewart. 103 10 84 l Sharp 09 12 84 . Scott 07 12 85 s. B. Wallace to 10 01 a Freeman. .1 12j 90 .15 amateurs v. Professionals. Tho hold no on wednesday next is being taken advantage of to give the professionals their usual match against a team of amateurs. This forms ii curtain Raiser for Tho professional championship which commences next Friday. Last year Tho Amateur team Only succeeded in winning a single match and they should do better this year although they arc minus the ser vices of j. N. Len Decirce and or. G. Thomson the state Champion and metropolitan Champion respectively. The Piny will he by foursomes in the morning and single s in the after noon Tho teams und draw being As follow foursomes. Amateurs professionals. Pit z p � t r i id Ponco Guz Hall v. Zyrd. W. F. R. Boyee Corr Quarton Paul v. " cum Ming Brown Den Frnncis v. Holm. C. 11. Boyee Stafford Sloan Ahorn v. Park Anning v. Me Arlhur Gem Mell Gill Walsh v. Hours carry Brook Porter Hugh ii Zillner v. Ton singles. C. To until v. A. R. Up Enco t. Hull v. Cbrown s. Francis v. W. C. Corr w. F. N. v. F. R. Quart an e. J. Flt Xii trick v. A. E. Gaz Ziril d c. It. Luyt of v. A. Denholm it. Ii. Jii Jiining v. M. T. Stiff tin d e. A. Ciolll v. A. H Seal thur e. I. A Hern v. Ii. Sloun .1. Park v. K. Libers e. Anning v. L. Curry .1. A. U v. A Ninvill w. .1. r v. P. Porter 1 .1. W. In jul v. In Ilvy 1-1. To i ii i. I v i n v. I ii. H t i sax i i a the results. A in Pps was plied no shies or pros no lug Sii Nogalo and town members to Voly the former whining by. 15 games to ii. Tho Todd trophy for Alio week resulted scouts rally at indoor Spilly his e of Colency the governor sir John Goodwin inspecting the a cuts guard of honour at Moore s part indoor Spilly on saturday. J e the governor Cross no the in Edge cd h by the. His excellency watching events. Mother of the faithful Gertrude Bell King maker it la almost exactly n Hundred years a so since Laily Hester Stanli Oue greatly during left haitian a and com fort behind Estyl duped herself As a Sorl of uncrowned a neck among the ruses of Lebanon and created a Lagond writes George Blake in John o London s weekly. , in 11127, we have a record of the career of an whose Lite Anions the Arnys was a3 adventurous is that of lady Hester and who moreover he came one of Tho 1 architects of the aral state of Iraq. I fancy that Ali o legend of Gertrude Bell will outlive Tho legend of Hester Stanhope among to arabs 11 certainly will. A student of history. Born in 18g8, she was the daughter of sir Hugh Bell Tho great Yorkshire Iron master still happily with us. From her earliest Days she was inter ested in books particularly history books. At Tho age of nine she was Reading Green with avidity when Alio went to lady Margaret Hall Oxford it Wanh to take a Brilliant Glrst Cluss in modern history. Lady Bell tells us till amusing Story or. Arthur Lassall. Of Chrls Tehereh Oxford who knew her Well records the following incident of Gertrude s Viva i quote from his letters. K. Gardiner Tho famous historian of the times of Dames 1. And Charles i., began to Viva Voce miss Bell. She replied to his Glrst question i am afraid i must differ from your Esti mate of Charles 1. Tills so horrified professor Gardiner that he at once asked Ike examiner who sat next to hint 1 think it was or. To Wake Man to continue the Viva Voe " but the girl was no Luo so peking. She came of a family of wealth and position and having come Down from the University she went into society and silo danced acted played Tennis swam climbed Swiss Mountain Sand loved clothes As ardently As any Normal l. Bast in wanderings. Influence mattered much in her Early life. She could travel widely and among interesting and people. But the habit of tile pure student never left her. Wherever she went she Learned the language a or u h. Guianan Oia Tallan. I have been learning latin with great Energy i he says at the Nib of 28. Ill that i a. E. White 8,1 12 711 i e. Mirk in. 2a 7a it. 1 Siul 81 of Tel c. Kllc Lushear do 12 78 year 1sa2, she wont to persians a guest of Tho minister at Teheran. It was her first Tasto of Tho East and die Onslo was intoxicating. A11 the of a say Hoo in London All Tho quiet attractions of a study in in gland could not hold her thereafter. She Canto Hack indeed and dutifully wont round Tho world with her brother Flo did daring thinks on Tho Swiss mountains but in 1809, at the ago of thirty one she hailed for Jerusalem and iter life was to be Given to the East thereafter. There is not space hero co toll of her Pioneer journeys in the desert of How Sho mastered Tho arabic Tongue of How wit i Superb courage and in dependence she outwitted the turkish Cilicia is and went gallivanting where she would among the ruined cities of Tho Ritsert. Attended by a handful of natives she reached Petra that Rose red City half As old As like lady Hester Stanhope Sho went among the ruses. So to went on through Meadows Cornfields and vineyards in this pleas ant country of Little Hills and the mule Teers Hegnin to sing and Tho kindly White tur lined people working in the vineyards stopped to Salute is we passed and 1 laughed Cor Joy All the a Tiv it the thu Wirht of the Al dlr and Tho turks. And so about 8.30 we Ranchod Arch. Some persons of apparent importance were standing by their House doors at the Bottom of the Hill so. I Rode up and gave them the Salaam. They took Ino by both hands and hogged me to alight and drink eol ceo with them. This was just what i wanted for t needed information. We walked hand in hand druse fashion wit i our Little fingers clasped not our hands to the nearest houses. As i Etc Siml they said Are you German and when i told them 1 was English they nearly Fel on my neck you need no Oiler introduction Here. Courage and Enterprise. Apparently she was never in Clanger apparently she had never any fear. She loved All that mho saw. And at Tho end of a tiring Day could sit Down uni describe it All in letters. Gertrude Bell was a traveller born. Of her Lone journey across the desert to Hall men still talk in tailed breath. Whenever she came Home on leave it was to v. Im1 dangerously among the Alps. Her strength incredible in that Siim Frame her endurance above till her courage were so great that even to this Day her guide and companion Uleleh Kuhre Rund there could he few More competent judges Speaks with an admiration of her that amounts to veneration. To told the writer some years ago. That if All Tho amateurs 1 men or women that he had travelled with to had seen but very few to surpass lit r in technical skill and noun to equal her in coolness bravery and in Dumont. Jit Iii on for years Gertrude Boll was in the desert. Always she studied languages. Archaeology ethnology probably she was latterly Moro at Homo among the arabs than among her own people. They welcomed her i in to licit tents and gravely accepted her advice. As Hen brother in Law sir Herbert Richmond phrased it from Tribl Zund to Ripolls Sho Rolls the pashas Flat and tells Vliem what to think of this and what. To think of that. It was Novit nolo that when the British pushed the turks out of Meso Potamia and set up an administration it Bagdad. Gertrude Bell should have been culled upon to act. As political Secretary to the High commissioners Glrst to sir Percy Cox and then to sir lie nov Dobbs. In Bagdad she remained for nine years seeing before her death in 1926, the establishment of a virtually Independent Arab state of Iraq. She was always Busy in Bagdad it was her business to receive every candidate for Tho patronage of the High commissioner and her unrivalled knowledge of. The Arab mentality an Dot the tangled tribal relationships was a Fine Sieve Between nationalistic and tribal aspirations and the o exchequer and authority of great Britain. She wrote voluminous reports she shepherded insurgents towards an understanding of i no Brit Annoca. First citizen of Sho loved the arabs and Sho knew the the most slender hands with Long fingers and nails an Ameri can Beauty might envy. Their hands Are their most characteristic feature. They Seldom shave but us a Rulo their beards Are scanty it is rare to see a full thick Beard. Some Are Wali Abis namely they do not smoke but most of Tho freq enters of cities abandon Tho stricter rules of Tho desert Creed. L do like them so much. They Aro to me an endless Romance. They come and go through the wilderness As if it were a High Road and they nil most politely treat me is a colleague be cause i too have lived in Arcadia. Whom they talk of tribes or sheikhs or watering places i Don t need to ask who and where they Are. I know and As they talk i see again Tho wide arabian horizon. There was an old Arab chief who made a speech. In which lie ended by describing the powerful effect produced by a letter from me last autumn i wrote to him from Basra. I summoned my sheikhs " to wound up i feeling More and More of a per son Asho proceeded rend your to Titch and i said to them of sheikhs to Hung upon his words this is a woman what must Tho men be like " an american traveller addressed her As the first citizen of the people of Bagdad called her unum a mum Inin the Mother of. The faithful and Tuo last person who bore that name was Ayishah the wife of the t. E. Lawrence. It is surprising How infrequently Tho name of t. E. Lawrence turns up in her letters. As Luvly As 1911 she notes Tho presence in Arabia of a Young Man called Lawrence the is going to Mako a traveller later on she de scribes him As the most picturesque figure in a certain group. Tho fact is that Gertrude Bell was just is considerable a figure in Arabia and perhaps a trifle More la inn. As for the business of King making Gertrude Bell was in it up to the shoulders. If Lawrence saw to thu military Side it was Gertrude Bell who looked after the difficult political Side of Fesal s Call to Tho throne she wrote humorously of her share but you Many rely on Ono thing i la never engage in creating Kings again it s too great a Strain. And undoubtedly Iraq would not have been what it is without her. A great woman and. What is More a delightful woman who in Tho midst of serious work was always Light hearted sociable feminine. After her death an old Arab Friend of hers wrote to her parents it was my Faith always to Send miss Bell the Glrst of my fruits and vege tables and i know not now where i shall Send them. Who could wish for n finer epitaph ? Bundaberg Green reopened tin Ankuo november 28. 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