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A WOOL REVIEW. Winchcombe, Carson. BUYING MOVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 31 August 1933

A WOOL REVIEW. Winchcombe, Carson. -» BUYING MOVE. [ In his remarks at the annual meet- ing of Winchcombe, Carson. Ltd., held in Sydney on Wednesday last, the i chairman of directors (Mr. Harold Bell> said: We have entered upon the new wool selling season with brighter prospects for prices than have been exprienced since 1929. Those more promising sell- ing circumstances are partially due to i the misfortune of drought, which pre- | vailed over a large area of the Com- monwealth during the last 12 months and the resulting decrease in wool supplies. It Is anticipated that the 1933-34 Australian clip will total 2,900,000 "bales compared with about 3,200,000 bales for the preceding year. Whilst expressing gratification regard- ing values for the staple, I offer my sympathy to those growers whose clips show an appreciable decrease in quan- tity and also in the condition of the wool owing to the poor feed available, Improved prices will provide some off- set to those disadvantages, bu...

Publication Title: Courier-Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Tattersall's Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 31 August 1933

Tattersall^ Club. The results of the six months pairs bridge tournament and doubles champion- ship of 1933 are as follow:-Qualified for tho final to date:-March, Messrs. W. Allen and A. aloro; April, Messre. A. E. J. Aus- tin and H. Hinton; May, MesBrs. W. P. R. Boyce and J. A. Mulcahy; June, Messrs. A. C. palmer and Alex. Gray; July, Messrs. F. Robinson and V. H. Connor. The following are the results to date In the August competition:-A. E. J. Austin and H. Hinton, -{-5726; W. Allen and A. Glore, +2728; Dr. R. Grey and A. G. Lit tleboy, +1409; T. R. Hall and O. J. Lans- downe, +735; H. Weld and Marlo M'Carthy, +389. The following la the draw for the final of the August competition on Thursday, August 31:-A. C. palmer and Alex. Grey v. D. Nable and G. H. Brittain; H. Weld and Marlo M'Carthy v. J. East and M. J. Burke; W. F. R. Boyce and J. A. Mulcahy V. A. E. J. Austin and H. Hinton; Dr. R. Grey and A. G. Llttleboy v. P. Robinson and V. H. Connor; T. R. Hall and O. J. Lansdowne v. W...

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FIRST PRIZE £20. INDIAN ROAD RACE. PROGRESSIVE MOVE BY INDIAN CLUB. The prize money to be distributed among competitors in the annual Indian Cup 50-mile road race, to be conducted by the Indian Club on October 7, has been increased considerably. The winner will receive £20. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 31 August 1933

FIRST PRIZE £20. INDIAN ROAD RACE. PROGRESSIVE MOVE BY INDIAN CLUB. The prize money to be distributed among competitors in the annual Indian Cup 50-mile road race, to be conducted by the Indian Club on October 7, has been increased considerably. The winner will re- ceive £20. p]NCOURAGED by the success achieved by the Brisbane Club in connection with the Barry road race, the Indian Club officials are making a big effort to make the coming Indian road race the most successful in the club's history. In allotting £20 for the winner the club hopes to entice several well-known Sydney riders to compete, and it is regarded as almost certain that Don. Bain, who came to Brisbane for the Barry race, again will make the trip. The prize list for the Indian Cup Is as follows:-First, £20 and replica of Indian Cup (winner also will hold cup for 12 months) ; second, £8/8/; third, £4/4/; fastest lap, £2/2/; fastest time, £1/1/. The Indian Club member who registers the best performance will be awarde...

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OVERSEAS RIDERS. FOR AUSTRALIAN TRACKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 31 August 1933

OVERSEAS RIDERS. FOR AUSTRALIAN TRACKS. rpHE well-known promoter, Mr. J. S. Hoskins, who conducted speed- way racing in all Australian capital cities last season, returned to Aus- tralia from the United States re- cently. While In America he opened negotiations with American riders in an endeavour to induce them to visit Australia for the coming season. He also has made application to the A.C.U. of England for British riders for the Australian season. I

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King Bell. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 31 August 1933

King Bell. T ONG years ago there lived a king, A mighty man and bold, Who had two sons, named Dong and Ding, ¿ Of whom this tale is told. Prince Ding was clear'of voice and tall, A prince in every line; Prince Dong, his voice was very small, And he but four feet nine. Now both these sons were very dear To Bell, the mighty king; Thev always hastened to appear When he for them would ring. Ding never failed the first to bo, But Dong, lie followed well, And at the second sumfnons he Responded to King Bell. Tills promptness of each royal prince Is all of them we know. Except that all their kindred since Have done exactly so. And if you chance to know a king Like this ens of the song. Just listen once-and there is Ding; Again-and there is Dong. (Select«*» ;

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Junior Drawing Prize. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 31 August 1933

Junior Drawing Prize, Drawn by Jack Cramb, Wylie Street, Graceville (12 years).

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"Courier-Mail" Pattern [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 31 August 1933

'Courier-Mail" Pattern No. 2824.-Flared shoulder capes fall- ing in two tiers, give the newest lines to this frock for the young girl. Material required, two and three quarter yards of 36-inch and one and five-eighth yards of 36-inch contrast- ing to fit size 14-16 years. Other size 12-14 years. Only sizes stated above are stocked. Please state exact size required when ordering. Any reader who wishes to obtain this pattern may do so by sending her name, full postal address and 1/1 in stamps or postal note to "The Pattern. Service," The Courier-Mall Office, Queen Street, Brisbane. The pattern is I accompanied by general directions how it should be used, with diagrams for cutting it. j

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IMPORTED CYCLES. 4611 FROM BRITAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 31 August 1933

IMPORTED CYCLES. 4611 FROM BRITAIN. rpHE official import returns for the Commonwealth statistical year ended June 30 reveal that during the year 1965 motor cycles, valued at £76,781, were imported into the Com- monwealth, of which all but Ave, valued at £341, were manufactured in Great Britain. To have captured thus over 99 Mt per cent of the total trade is a remarkable achievement to the credit of British motor cycle manu- facturers. They have supplied all ex- cepting 131 of the 4742 motor cycles imported from all sources in the last three statistical years.

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SOPHISTICATION IN CROCHET. The New Deep Berthe in Simple Stitch. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 31 August 1933

SOPHISTICATION IN CROCHET. The Net*; Deep Berthe in Simple Stitch* Crochet Is the spotlight of fashion this year, and so rapidly has It achiev- ed th position of eminence that the world is left gasping. This new deep berthe in simple lattice design is worked in chain stitch, and gracefully gathered in the front with a small crochet tab. This berthe gives a smart, sophisticated finish to a simple frock of silk or cotton. The little tab is worked separately and buttoned in position after the berthe is finished. Materials required: 2 balls of mercer crochet cotton, No. 40, in beige or white. A steel crochet hook, size 41. Abbreviations:, st., stitch; ss, slip stitch; de, double crochet; tr, treble; ch, chain. Tension: 14 ch. to 1-in. Work 278 ch. 1st Row.-1 tr in fourth ch from hook, * 1 tr in next ch, repeat from *, to end of ch, join to form ring withes!?.. . 2nd Row.-* 7 ch, miss 3 tr 1 de in next, repeat from * round row (69sps). Work third, fourth, and fifth rows same as second, w...

Publication Title: Courier-Mail, The
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Smiles. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 31 August 1933

Smiles. If I knew the box where the smiles are kept, No matter how large the key, Or strong the bolt, I would try so hard, .Twould open, I know, for me Then over the land and the sea, broadcast, I'd scatter the smiles to play, That the children's faces might hold them fast For many and many a day.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 31 August 1933

YfAUTAtïCiARrS' CO-OPERATIVE JX ASSOCIATION, LTD., ti. Eagle Street, Brisbane, BLOOD STOCK SALESMEN. Blood Morèb, Racing Stock, Stallions, Write uâ for particulars. TPSWICH AMATEUR TURF CLUB, x WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER Cth Nominations for tho above clubs meeting close with Q.T C. office 01 W. H, Semi, Ipswich, at 4 pm. To- day. ' W. H. BEMI, Secretar) TJUaBY LEAGUE xw JENSEN CUP FINAL Brisbane Cricket Ground, next Satuiday. 145, Wests v. Easts 3 J5, Brotheis v. Norths. At Davies Faik. 12 45, Junior Final 3,15, 'Varsity v Valley, 1st Grade 145, Easts (Wyn) v. sValley, 3rd Grade_ (COURSING. ^ TO-DAY (THURSDAY) HEDLEY PARK. NUDGEE RD, ASCOT. 10 COURSES, First Course, 2.15 pm. Admission: Gents, 2'55: Ladies 1'. JIM BROWNE, Sec, 'Phone M3284

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ON CAULFIELD CUP. KUVERA TO CONCENTRATE. SYDNEY, August 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 31 August 1933

ON CAULFIELD CUP. XUVEBA TO CONCENTRATE. SYDNEY, August 20. Kuvera. second to Chatham In the Warwick Stultes lost Saturday, will con- centrate on the Caulfield Cup. He will accordingly be relle\ed of lila Epsom Handicap engagement to-morrow. B. P. Walker says that Captlvotlon is occasioning him a deal of worry, and he Is by. no mean» hopeful concernios the immédiats future of the Heroic add- ing. Senior, who will accompany the Dcrbj Candidate, Bay Tree, to Sjdnoy, is a hali brothor, by Chief Ruler, to Second Wind Lady Joy Is back In work In P. T. Cush's stables. Rosendo was among the 'lorsos, to school over hurdles at Randwick thk. morning. The New Zealand horses coming to Aus- tral!» Will be .branded In future on the near fore hoof. Ii the horse remains In Australia longer than three months It must then bo branded In accordance with the Australian Jockey Club regulations.

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 31 August 1933

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COUNTY CRICKET. LONDON, August 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 31 August 1933

COUNTY CRICKET^ LONDON, August 29. The round ot county cricket matches commenced on Saturday was concluded to-day, and the results were: MIDDLESEX v. SURREY.-Middlesex, 247 and 347 (Watkins 83, Hendren 111; Gover, five for 72). Surrey, eight wickets for 402, declared, and four -wicket« for 193 (Squires 85, Block 67). Surrey won by six wickets. LANCASHIRE V. LEICESTERSHIRE. Lancashire. 334 and 191 (Iddon 54; Marlow, four for 40). Leicestershire, 234 and 120 (Hopwood, nine for 33). Lancashire won by 171 runs. NOTTS v. KENT.-Kent, 336 and seven wickets for 316 (Palrservlco 80, Valentine 83 not out; Sam Staples, five for 118). Notts, 331 and'two wickets for 208 (Kee ton 100). Kent won on the first Innings. NORTHAMPTONSHIRE V. DERBYSHIRE. -Derbyshire, three wickets for 538, de- clared. Northamptonshire, 224 (Bakewell 81. Timms 74) and, followed on, 130 (Bake- well 67; Mitchell, four for 33). Derbyshire won by an Innings and 184 runs. WORCESTERSHIRE V. GLAMORGAN. Worcestershire, four wick...

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PAY IN STERLING. NEW ZEALAND'S POSITION. (Published in "The Times.") LONDON, August 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 31 August 1933

PAY IN STERLING. NEW ZEALAND'S POSITION. (Published lu "The Times.") LONDON, August 29. xne cuy editor of "The Times," emphasising that whatever the South- land Company's decision, the New Zealand Government's guarantee means that the interest due to London bond holders will be paid in sterling, welcomes the Otago Harbour Board's prompt contradiction of the suggestion that It would pay interest In New Zealand currency as helping to re- assure nervous investors.

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ANSWERS. [Inquirers must forward with their questions their names and addresses. Replies specifically relating to the Turf, Wireless, Poultrybreeding, cattle queries, and household recipes are published in the columns devoted to those subjects, unless special request is made that they be answered here.] [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 31 August 1933

ANSWERS. [Inquirers must forward with their questions their names and addresses. Replies specifically relating to tho Turf, Wireless, Poultry-* breeding, cattle guéries, and household recipes are published in the columns devoted to thoso subjects, unless special request is made that they to answered here.} A.M.M. (Rockhampton).-Write to Miss O. Free, Astoria Buildings, Adelaide Street, Brisbane. T.P.M. (Auchenflower).-(1) In euchre, a player does not have to hold a card of the suit he calls. (2) The Town Hall clock in Brisbane stops strling at 11 o'clock each night. "PLEURISY" (St. Paul's Terrace). Your question will be answered in the "Sunday Mail," which specialises in medical inquiries. "INFORMATION" (Wynnum North), -The weight of the bullock in tho weight-guessing comnetition at tho Exhibition was 10891b. The winner was Mr. Comans, 377 Queen Street, Brisbane. W.K. (Mona Lee).-If you are using a high quality lubricating oil in your car, worn main bearings, which allow the oil to ...

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LINSEED FLAX. Period of Bounties. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 31 August 1933

LINSEED FLAX. Period of Bounties. Tlie Prime Minister (Mr. J. A. Lyons) had informed the State Gov- ernment that no proposal was before the Federal Government at present involving any variation of the bounties provided under the Flax and Linseed Bounties Act of 1930, the Minister for Agriculture and Stock (Mr. F. W. Bulcock) said -in Parliament yester- day, Mr. R. Funnell (Government, Bris- bane) asked if any reply had been re- ceived from Mr. Lyons concerning the desire of Linseed Industries, Ltd., that the Commonwealth Government should not Interfere with the assistance ren- dered to the linseed flax industry in Queensland. The reply, Mr. Bulcock said, stated that under the provisions of the Act payment of the bounties ceased on February 28, 1935, ' and no indication could be given that any further finan- cial assistance would be extended to the industries after that date.

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DIED NATURAL DEATH. Leg Theory Bowling. CHANGED FEELING IN ENGLAND. The county captains' report, it is believed, will be adverse to bodyline or "head-line" bowling, while Lord Tennyson (captain of Hampshire) declares that "leg theory bowling has died a natural death." (Australian Cable Service.) LONDON. August 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 31 August 1933

DIED NATURAL DEATH. Leg Theory Bowling. -» CHANGED FEELING IN ENGLAND. The county captains' report, it is believed, will be adverse to body line or "head-line" bowline;, while Lord Tennyson (captain of Hamp- shire) declares that "leg theory bowling has died a natural death." (Australian Cable Service.) LONDON. August 29. The renewal of the bodyline bowling discussion in Australia is being fol- lowed with interest here, but develop- ments are unlikely before early in October, when the Marylebone Cricket Club committee will again meet. Tlie committee then expects to consider the county captains' report, which, ii is believed, will be strongly adverse to bodyline or "headline" bowling. The M.C.C. then may also have a response to its cable of June 12 last, following the Australian Board's meeting on September 21. Meanwhile the experience during the season now closing, despite the ab- sence of Larwood, has gone far, to convince English opinion of the sound- ness of Australia's case. One ...

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THREE FAIL. CHANNEL SWIMS. MISS LOWRY'S SUCCESS. (Austialian Press Association) LONDON, August 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 31 August 1933

THREE FAIL. CHANNEL SWIMS. MISS LOWRY'S SUCCESS. (Austialian Press Association) LONDON, August 30. Of the four persons who tried to swim the English Channel yesterday Miss Sunny Lowry was the only one to perform the feat. Miss Mercedes Gleitze abandoned her attempt after she had been in the water for 15 hours owing to the adverse wind and tide. She was then seven miles from the French coast. Charles Zlmmy. (the one-legged American) abandoned after 13 hours, when he was nine miles from South Foreland. At the time a dense fog was over the Channel. E. M. Temme abandoned lils effort after he had been swimming for 11 hours 40 minutes, and was within three miles of the French coast, owing to an in- jury to his foot, due to his striking the accompanying tug. BECOKD NOT BROKEN. "Well done, Sunny," cried her trainer, Jabez Wolffe, kissing her on both cheeks as she emerged from the water after swimming the Channel., Miss Lowry declared that if she liad ' not been forced to fight adverse con- ...

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AN IRISH INTERLUDE. LONDON, August 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 31 August 1933

AN IEISH INTERLUDE. LONDON, August 30. A strange interlude In the bodyline controversy is provided by Mr: de Valera's paper, "The Irish Press," which usually is.whole-heartedly anti. British. Tlie newspaper nrints Eady's attack on the English bowlers, and asks: "Who is this Mr. Eady? He seems to . have a bee in his bonnet, because no English professional would deliberately aim to injure a batsman. Mr« Eady mav be a former Test match ?player, but nine-tenths of the cricket- ing public are not aware of it."

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