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Albion Park Tips for To-day. By "THE HARVESTER." [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933
Albion Park Tips for To-day. By "THE HARVESTER." The figures attached to each horse denote the results of its last three starts. 1 denotes a win, 2 a second, 3 a third, 0 unplaced. The records given below ?refer only to Brisbane performances. A dash is shown where a horse has never started in Brisbane or has no recent metropolitan performances. CLASS DIVISION HANDICAP (SIXTH DIVISION), about 5',4 furlongs. st. lb. Amity Point. 9 0 Deer Mala .. ... S 11 Dame Cora. 8 8 Koo Lee. 8 6 Bambooso., .. 8 4 Chunuk Bair. 8 4 Serenus. 8 4 Bcrdora. 8 3 Doreen's Robe. 8 Turrabury. 8 Burrandoolc . 8 Boropolls. 8 Dcvarch .. .. '.. 8 Jim Ayres. 8 ? Persse'« Beauty.8 Rosambcr. 8 AMITY POINT AND DAME CORA. CLASS DIVISION HANDICAP (FIFTH DIVISION), about 5VÍ: furlongs. Master Reliance. 9 o Bright Art. 8 12 Blarney Castle . 8 11 Might Appeal. 8 10 Rota Spa. 8 9 Field Song. 8 8 High Score.8 8 Moy Wake. 8 7 Chantle B. 8 Happy Bachelor. 8 Ruell. 8 High Spear. 8 Mern Amber. 8 Felt Slipper . 8 Silent Jessy ....
WERE GOOD JUDGES. Tipped Cup Winners. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933
WERE GOOD JUDGES. Tipped Cup Winners. Pat. Kennlff's rifle stood for years in a corner of the Brisbane Supreme Court registry, which is now being altered to provide more suitable fit- tings for the filing of documents. The weapon is in good condition, and, if oiled, could still be used to knock over a kangaroo or fetch down a hawk. This interesting relic was removed from the registry recently, and placed in a big vault in which is gathered a variety of legal exhibits admitted In the course of many civil and criminal trials. Two large steel frames crammed with filing cabinets also stood in the regis- try for many years, but a few days ago they were pulled down to make way for new shelves. One of the large steel frames was covered with scrib- bling, which included tips for Mel- bourne Cups of other days, and" the scribblers were good judges, for they tipped many winners.
CHURCHES DRAW. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933
CHURCHES DEAW. Fallowing Is the Church Lawn Tennis Association's draw for Saturday: Men's Doubles Handicap, No. 2 (final), on Kioma court: Hart'and Ayres 30, Prior and Wenzel 15','e. Robinson and Wills 'Mi. Men's Special singles, on Kioma court: V, Bryan (capt.) v, Crawford. Mixed Doubles Championship, on Church No. 1: Balley (capt.) and Miss Ashmore v. Wills and Miss Underwood, Hamlll and Miss Hamlll v. Quinlan ana Wyeth, win- ners play off. Men's Doubles Handicap No. 1, on SUvor' Star court: Elliott and Tipping 40',ii, West and Wyeth 30, Ciarle and Roche 30,- Hart-' land and Scott lils. Open Men's Doubles Handicap, on Valley Presbyterian court: George (capt.) and Clifford 30, English and Dean 30, Watkln and M'Donald 30, Graham and Living- stone scratch. Mixed Doubles Handicap No. 2 (final), on Taringa st. Paul's court: Bulgin (capt.) and Mrs. Bulgin 15','a, Sparks and Mies Sparks !S!i, Biggs and Mrs. Nye 30V>. Ladles' Junior Singles, on Taringa St. Paul's court: Miss Lanham v. ...
BIGGENDEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933
BIGGENDEN. Methodist Flower Show.-The Methodist Church's tenth annual flower show and fair was held in the Exhibition Hall on August 26. Tho display of flowers was one of the best over exhibited in the hall, and all other sections were very well patronised. The show was officially opened by Mr. Brand, ML.A.
MARYBOROUGH. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933
MARYBOROUGH. Obituary_The death occurred on August 25 of Mrs. Jane Antcliffe, aged 87 years, a well-known and respected pioneer of Maryborough. The late Mrs. Antcllffe was born at Ballinderry, Ireland, and emigrated to Queensland with the early pioneers 70 years ago. Her husband, the late Mr. John Antcliffe, pre- deceased her 20 years ago. She is sur- vived by three sons, a daughter, and a &nbsp; stepdaughter. Gas Co.-At the half-yearly meeting of shareholders of the Maryborough Gas and Coke Co., Ltd., Mr. J. S. Bartholomew presided. The chairman mentioned that the gas sales showed a decrease of 7.9 per cent., as compared with 1932. Against this decrease, sales of residual products showed an increase due to more tar sales. The net decrease in revenue was £267/2/9. Expenditure showed a decrease of £198/6/10, as compared with 1932. The net profit was £68/15/11 less than for the corresponding period.
MOSSMAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933
MOSSMAN. Mill Crushlngs.-The Mossman mill crushed last week 5853 tons of cane, and made 780 tons of sugar. Mr. W. H. Doherty, secretary of the Cane Growers' Association, is holding meetings in the district, urging growers to reduce the areas of cane, to meet the inevitable drop in the price of sugar when the agreement terminates.
BRITISH COLONY. Fears for Safety. IRAQ MASSACRES. LONDON, August 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933
BRITISH COLONY. Fears for Safety. IRAQ MASSACRES. LONDON, August 28. The special correspondent of the "Daily Mail" at Bagdad states that tho British authorities are worried concerning the security of the Chris- tian communities and even of the British colony in Iraq. It is feared that Europe may take an anti-Moslem view of the Assyrian massacre, further alienating the Mohammedans. "I consider," the correspondent continues, " that the Christian allega- tions of unnameable atrocities have not been proved, and probably are generally untrue, while the Arab ex- planations are unconvincing. I learn that the massacre occurred while the Iraq army was inspecting the citizenship papers of disarmed Assyrians. A shot was fired, &nbsp; whereupon indiscriminate shoot- ing took place until 315 persons &nbsp; were dead. Kurds and Arabs stripped &nbsp; the dead in their customary manner and looted the houses."
Over the Tea Cups— —Home and Cafe Parties. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933
Over the Tea Cups - -Home and Cafe Parties. Springtime with its delightful weather Is always a popular season for entertaining, and yesterday there were a number of parties. Some were held in private homes, while other hostesses chose city cafes in which to entertain their guests, but whatever the choice there were spring flowers in riotous colourings. TO BID FAREWELL. To join her husband, who is the manager in Perth for Macdonald. Hamilton, and Co., Mrs. Rodney Mac- donald will leave next week for West- ern Australia, and to bid farewell to her, and wish her happiness in her future home, Mrs. P. D. Rylance, assisted by her daughters, Misses Asenath and Zeita Rylance, enter- tained guests at bridge and tea yes- terday afternoon. Iceland poppies and roses decorated the reception rooms. The guest of honour wow a grey coat and skirt, with a grey felt hat. Mrs. P. D. Rylance chose a coatee frock of saxe blue Marocain. Miss Asenath Rylance wore floral chiffon in brown tonings. and Miss Z...
BILLIARDS. RYAN FOR AUSTRALIAN TOURNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933
BILLIARDS. RYAN FOR AUSTRALIAN TOURNEY. With a record of rour successive State championships, S. Ryan will competo in the Australian championship, which will begin In Melbourne on Monday. The draw has not yet been made, but Ryan will play on Tuesday afternoon and on Wednesday. Queensland, Victoria, Now South Wales, and South Australia will each be represented. Ryan has never been in better form.
CHILDERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933
CHILDERS. Church Fete.-The annual fete, held under the auspices of the Christ Church Women's Guild, took place in the Band Hall. The principal organisers of the function were Mrs. G. A. Luscombe (president). Mesdames O. G. Oxley and 0. Francis (Joint secretaries)! and. Ills* B. Wegner (treasurer). The official opening was performed by col. C. D. W. Rankin, who was Introduced by Rev. G. A. ¡Luscombe.
BUILDING TRADES. PUBLIC WORKS JOBS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933
BUILDING TRADES. PUBLIC WORKS JOBS. The question of obtaining necessary information with regard to jobs car- ried out by the Public Works Depart- ment and the names of persons en- gaged was discussed at the meeting of the building trades group on August 25. Mr. P. Drummond (president) pre- sided. A letter was read which had been forwarded to the Minister for Works (Mr, H, A. Bruce) regarding the sup- plying of a list of Jobs under the Pub- lic Works Department, and, if possible, the names of persons working on the jobs under the building- trades award, this request being made in order that the unions could police the award, A reply was received from the Min- ister stating that it was not possible for him to grant this request, but if any case was supplied to him showing that the employees concerned were not abiding strictly by the award he "would deal with them personally. He also stated that he had instructed his dis tiict foreman to watch cases of em- ployees who had undertaken to...
BRIGHTER OUTLOOK. WHEAT MARKET STEADIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933
BRIGHTER OUTLOOK. WHEAT MARKET STEADIER. "The oversea cables portray a steadier tone, which comes as a welcome relief to the recent depressed feeling," writes the Lindley Walker Wheat Company, Ltd., under date August 28. "All the move- ments In international wheat lately have exhibited cross currents, and It has been very difficult to follow with reason the many drifts In the spasmodic demand. However, there Is food for thought In Broomhall's week-end survey of the wheat position, which reads: 'Market strong; the wheat conference agreement is regarded as bullish, owing to the restriction of exports to the estimated importers' re- quirements; millers are now buying ac- tively; large trade In Russian wheat: Aus- tralian, August, valued at 25/3 a quarter; sold a parcel of West Australian afloat at 24/6 a quarter, flour 18/6; weekly shipments 1,530,000 quarters.' "For the sake of the wheat Industry of Australia It is hoped that the conclusion of the Wheat Conference In London last week ...
Railway Pensions. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933
Railway Pensions. Last month 841 pensions totalling £7202 were paid from the railway sup- erannuation fund, the Minister for Transport (Mr. J. Dash) told Mr. A. W. Fadden (Oppn., Kennedy), in answer to a question in Parliament yester- day. Mr. Dash said that for the nine months to June, 1931, the credit bal- ance of the fund was £165,541. For the 12 months to June, 1932, it was £290,106, and for the 12 months ro June, 1933, it was £385,396.
CLOTHING TRADE. REDUCTION CLAIM. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933
CLOTHING TRADE. REDUCTION CLAIM. The principal business dealt with al a special meeting of the executive of the Queensland branch of the Amal- gamated Clothing and Allied Trades Union on August 23 was in connec- tion with the claims of a section of the employers for a reduction of wages in the State award. Mr. E. Turner presided. The secretary advised that he was in communication with the Federal office regarding this claim. The Federal management committee had considered the position, ' and instructed the Queensland branch to oppose the claim and lodge a counter-claim in accordance with local conditions with the objective of securing an award that would result in a more satisfac- tory and equitable state of affairs in the industry than prevailed at present. ACCOMMODATION. The executive exhaustively reviewed the whole position, drafted a counter claim, and instructed the secretary, Mr. W. Sparkes, to lodge them with the court. The claim Included pro- visions for proper dressing and ...
DAIRY PRODUCE EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933
DAIRY PRODUCE EXPORTS. Dalry produce graded for export by the Federal Department of Commerce at Brisbane, and shipments, during the week ended August 26, included:-Butter, salted, 9879'boxes; unsalted, 1980 boxes; total, 11,859 boxes; cheese, 100 cases; eggs In shell, 2386 cases. Shipments to the United Kingdom. Butter by Zealandlc, 4981 boxes, by Huntingdon 3135 boxes; by Bendigo 6853 boxes; cheese by Bendigo, 1526 cases; eggs in shell, by Bendigo, 2000 boxes. Shipments to' other countries, 766 boxes butter, 20 cases cheese, ,
FRAUD ALLEGED. FOUR MEN CHARGED. COMPANY MATTER. SYDNEY, August 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933
FRAUD ALLEGED. FOUR MEN CHARGED. COMPANY MATTER. SYDNEY, August 29. The hearing of a charge of con- spiracy against four men, which is ex- pected to last several days, was begun before Mr. Gibson, S.M., at the Cen- tral Police Court to-day. James Patrick Bolger (42), grazier; Joseph Patrick McNamara (31), solici- tor; Henry Delabne Keown (46), &nbsp; clerk; and Thomas Albert Miller (60), company director, were charged with having, between January 1 and De- cember 31, 1927, with John Francis King, conspired to defraud David Joseph Marshall and other share- holders of Australian Mortgages, Ltd., and other persons of large suma of money. Detective-Sergeant Lawrence said that McNamara, when arrested, made a statement that while practising as a solicitor, at Hurstville, in 1927, he drew up the articles of association of Australian Mortgages, Ltd. Soon after- wards he became a director with Walsh, Miller, and Bolger. Towards the end of 1928 he resigned. He had drawn up an agreemen...