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CATHEDRAL FUND. Total Nearly £1550. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

CATHEDRAL FUND. Total Nearly £1550. Contributions to the St. John's Cathedral Appeal Fund continue to be satisfactory, and the total is just short of £1550. The fund now stands:— Amount previously ac- knowledged .. .. .. .. £1543 19 10 Since received:— "A Friend".. .. .. .. 1 1 0 "Sincere Well Wisher" .. 10 0 Mr. W. H. Finney .. .. 1 0 0 Joan Finney (School Banking) .. .. .. .. .. 2 0 "In Memory of Henry and Mrs. S. C. Weightman" 1 10 0 Total .. .. .. .. .. .. £1548 3 10

Publication Title: Courier-Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
PRICES INDEX IN ENGLAND. LONDON, August 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

PRICES INDEX IN ENGLAND. LONDON, August 25. Following are the wholesale price index numbers for England, as compiled by the "Economist" for the last fortnight, the figures for the previous terms being given for the purpose of comparison, with the average for the year 1927 as a basis:— Basis av., Cereals and meat. Other food products.* Textiles. Miscellaneous.+ Complete index. 1927 . . 100 100 100 100 100 100 Average for Dec., 1929 93.3 83.6 82.6 92.4 89.8 89.3   June, 1930 82.2 77.8 66.5 82.8 84.1 78.8 Dec., 1930 70.0 71.0 41.5 78.0 75.2 68.7   June, 1931 68.8 60.2 48.4 72.4 68.7 63.5       Dec., 1931 70.0 71.0 51.4 78.0 75.2 88.7 1932— March 9 . 74.3 68.1 52.4 73.4 65.2 66.3   April 20 . . 73.4 63.0 48.0 70.5 60.9 62.7     June 1 . . 72.4 58.7 44.2 69.2 60.0 60.5 July 13 . . 66.1 56.9 45.7 68.3 58.7 58.9   August 10 67.9 59.2 48.1 70.5 60.6 61.0 August 25 65.5 61.2 5...

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CHATHAM TO RACE. CANTERBURY WEIGHTS. (From Our Special Representative.) SYDNEY, August 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

CHATHAM TO RACE. CANTERBURY WEIGHTS. (From Our Special Representative.) SYDNEY, August 27. Rogilla's next race will be in the Chelmsford Stakes. Chatham will run in the Canterbury Stakes next Saturday. Those engaged in the Canterbury Stakes, together with their weights, are:— CANTERBURY STAKES, 6 furlongs. st. lb. st. lb. Autopay . . 9 2   Orpah . . . 8 6 Chatham . . 9 2   Australia Turbine . . 9 0   Fair . . . . 8 0 Kuvera . . . 9 0   Wexford . . . 8 0 Ammon Ra . 8 13   Dole . . . . 8 0 Holdfast . . . 8 13   Questionnaire 7 11 Tom Pinch . 8 13   Air Queen . 7 9 Rogilla . . . 8 13   Buonarroti . 7 9 Loch Garry . 8 13     Touchit . . . 7 9 Bronze Hawk 8 11   Moa Lap . . 7 9 Captivation . 8 11     Golden Hair 7 9 Carefree . . 8 9   Ferndove . . 7 4 Silver Scorn 8 9   Semmak . . 7 4 &nb...

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CHARTERS TOWERS RACES. CHARTERS TOWERS, August 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

CHARTERS TOWERS RACES. CHARTERS TOWERS, August 27. The second day of the Amateur Hack Clubs meeting was conducted yesterday Details:—   CITY HANDICAP.—Hayes's Positupha,     11.7 (Hayes), 1; Sign Painter, 10.9 (Haun-     ton), 2; Rockpaint, 11.2 (French), 3. Beezwar also started. Betting: 5 to 4 on the winner. Dividend: £1/1/6. Time, 2.5 2-5 TRIAL HANDICAP.—Ganboolaa, 11.6 (Hays), 1; Cold Cream, 11.8, 2; Melemme, 10.12 (Bell), 3. Goldstain also started. Betting: 2 to 1 v. the winner. Dividend: £1/12/6. Time, 50 4-5sec.   NATAL HANDICAP.—Garramut, 11.1     (Hays), 1; Blavet, 11.5 (Bell), 2; Andrew's   Day, 11.0 (Stuart), 3. Cardiff and Lady Seer also started. Betting: Even money the winner. Dividend: 13/6. Time, 1.7. FOURTH RACE.—Ross's Warm Day, 11.6   (Stuart), 1; Spellbound, 11.10 (Bell), 2; Positupha, 12.1 (Hays), 3. Rockpaint and Basalt King also star...

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STEWARDS INQUIRE. RUNNING OF BAY BOY. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

STEWARDS INQUIRE. RUNNING OF BAY BOY. The running of Bay Boy in the First Division Handicap did not please the stewards, and the trainer and jockey were asked to give an explanation. A. G. Phillips said that the boy was told to get the horse to the front smartly as possible. If he could not do so he was to sit in behind the leaders. He contended that the boy endeavoured to carry out the instruc- tions, and was unable to do so owing to interference. He informed the   stewards that he had not backed the horse, when he won. He had the odds to £12/10/ about the horse on Saturday. He had previously al- lowed Spencer to ride the horse, but that rider was unable to get the horse to do any better than Phillips had done with him. He did not allow the boy to carry a whip, as the lad some time ago had given a wretched display with the whip. A. Phillips said he did his best to carry out the instructions of the train- or, but was knocked on to the heels of Ante Up by something with ...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

Make it McCallum's Distributors for the House of McCallum: Goldsbrough, Mort & Co. Ltd., Brisbane YOBURN 7/1 ASTEROID 4/1 AMBACHILLES (2nd) 6/1 All selections lodged with Newspapers before First Race, were released last Saturday by JACK TUCKER. AGAIN NEXT SAT, I will release 3 Extra Specials. Wire or Post Now. £1 SUBSCRIPTION £1 Wire or Post Now. that I am confident will make you win big money. Be advised by one who has been a successful jockey,   JACK TUCKER 3 Specials for WED., 30th, £2/10/ entitles you to full in-   formation for 1 month. WIRES sent early Race Days. MOORE'S CHAMBERS, Queen St., opp. G.P.O., Box 1625V., Brisbane.       10/- MACTAGGARTS CO-OPERATIVE ASSOCIATION, LTD., 6? Eagle Street, Brisbane. BLOOD STOCK SALESMEN. Blood Mares. Racing Stock Stallions &c. Write us for particulars. THE CHANCE OF A LIFETIME may appear in to-day's classified advertise- ments. Make a habit of looking throu...

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STILL FAVOURED. SPRING BETTING. BRONZE HAWK, TOPICAL. (From Our Special Representative.) SYDNEY, August 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

STILL FAVOURED. SPRING BETTING. BRONZE HAWK, TOPICAL. (From Our Special Representative.) SYDNEY, August 27. Yesterday's racing at Warwick Farm was followed by a re-shuffling of the quotations on the Epsom Handicap and Metropolitan. Bronze Hawk for the Epsom and Topical for the Metro- politan remain at the top of their re- spective lists. Bronze Hawk failed in the Camp- belltown Handicap, but his effort was considered good enough for him to re- main favourite. After Top Hole had won the Truganina Handicap at Wil- liamstown this Holt-trained Epsom candidate came to second favouritism. Good judges were most impressed with the display of Dermid in the Camp- belltown Handicap, and various book- makers had him on the same mark as Top Hole. Chatham has advanced in popularity, as have Autopay and Bold Boy. In the Metropolitan Topical has firmed a point, and his stable mate, Nord, has advanced to equal second favouritism with Balgay. Rogilla and Maltdale have firmed. There was little actual ...

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FOR RANDWICK. HALL MARK AND TOP HOLE. MELBOURNE, August 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

FOR RANDWICK. HALL MARK AND TOP HOLE. MELBOURNE, August 27. Peter Jackson ran a good race yesterday, and will almost certainly visit Sydney. It is improbable that Mr. C. B. Kellow will send any horses other than Hall Mark and Top Hole to Sydney for the spring carnival. As the two horses named scored at Williamstown, yesterday, they are certain to be in good order for Rand- wick. It was Top Hole's first run for months when he was stepped out in the Truganina Handicap. He was not well placed at the turn, but he came along in great style in the straight to beat Astronomy and Count Orloff. In view of the defeats of Silver Scorn and Waltzing Lily, Top Hole, who carried 8.13 yesterday, is now a better fancy for the Caulfield Cup than either of the two mares. Walter Scott, who won the Hurdle Race at Williamstown yesterday, may visit Sydney for the spring carnival. Brutus is to be given a special prepara- tion for the Victoria Derby and Mel- bourne Cup. He will not undertake the trip to Syd...

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SHADOW KING IN CUP. MELBOURNE, August 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

SHADOW KING IN CUP. MELBOURNE, August 27. Shadow King has contested the last four Melbourne Cups. He was a runner in the August Handicap at Williamstown yesterday, and, although he was unplaced, he ran sufficiently well to suggest that he will be contesting his fifth Melbourne Cup this year.

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IOPAS DESTROYED. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

IOPAS DESTROYED. MELBOURNE, August 27.—Ap- proaching the first jump in the straight, the first time round at Wil- liamstown, yesterday, Iopas swerved suddenly and crashed into the running rail, to sustain a broken leg. He was destroyed. His rider, M'Innes, was not injured.

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CHARTERS TOWER[?]S RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

CHARTERS TOWERS RACES. TOWNSVILLE, August 27.—The Charters Towers Amateur Hack Club's meeting con- cluded at Charters Towers on Saturday afternoon. Results:— CITY HANDICAP, 9 Furlongs.—POSI- TUPHA 1, Sign Painter 2, Rockpaint 3. Betting: 5 to 4 on POSITUPHA. Won by three lengths. Time, 2.5 4-5. TOWERS TRIAL HANDICAP, 4 Fur- longs.—GAMBOOLA 1, Cold Cream 2, Melemme 3. Betting: 6 to 4 on Cold Cream, 2 to 1 against GAMBOOLA. Won by six lengths. Time, 50 4-5sec. NATAL CLUB HANDICAP.—GARRAMUT 1, Blavet 2, Andrew's Day 3. Betting: Even money GARRAMUT. Won by three lengths. Time, 1.7 1-5. BLETCHINGTON PARK HANDICAP, 6 Furlongs.—WARM DAY 1, Spellbound 2, Positupha 3. Betting: Even money the winner and Positupha. Won by two lengths. Time, 1.21 4-5. LADIES' BANGLE HANDICAP, 7 Fur- longs, less 22 Yards.—BANG WHIZ 1, Nigrition 2, Sign Painter 3. Betting: 5 to 4 on BANG WHIZ. Won by a nose. Time, 1.32 4-5. CONSOLATION HANDICAP, 5 Furlongs. —VULCANITE 1, Broughton Bob 2, Jazz Music 3. Betting: Ev...

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RACES AT SARINA. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

RACES AT SARINA. MACKAY. August 27.—One of the most successful race meetings ever held in the Mackay district took place at Sarina on Saturday, when the Diggers' Hack meet- ing attracted a big gate and a record entry, which included some admirable horses. The Diggers' Cup, of four fur- longs, resulted: R. N. Kemp's Chance 1. Guy Nicholson's Siege Time 2, W. Har- rison's Low Estate 3. Betting: 3 to 1 the winner. Time, 57sec.

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BIG DIVIDEND. ADELAIDE DOUBLES TOTALISATOR. ADELAIDE, August 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

BIG DIVIDEND. ADELAIDE DOUBLES TOTALISATOR. ADELAIDE, August 27. Another big dividend was paid by the doubles totalisator at the Adelaide Racing Club's Grand National meeting at Vic- toria Park yesterday. On the Mitcham Welter Handicap and Mayor's Mile the dividends for each 5/ invested were £131/- 2/6 and £7/9/9.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COURSING. HANDICAP EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

COURSING. HANDICAP EVENTS. The Metropolitan Club's handicap meet- ing at Rocklea on Saturday was well attended. Results:— TRIAL COURSE (300 Yards. Handicap). —T. Copeline's w.f.d. Three Tone, by Boyd Emmerson—Bonnie Hawk (13yds.), 1; H. Manson's f.d. Johnny Boy (10yds.), 2. Others: First Bloom (4yds.), My Dance (8yds.), Peggy (14yds.), Flying Comedy (15yds.), First Bid (16yds.). Won by a length. Time, 17sec. SECOND COURSE.—K. Single's bd.b. Salette, by Faithful Mariner—Lady Fuschia (20yds.), 1; W. Melloy's bd.d. Irish Jig (12yds.). 2. Others: Friendship (9- yds.), Bonnie Ponderer (10yds.), Sal Brown (12yds.), High Life (14yds.), Vino Gattino (16yds). Won by two lengths. Time, 16 3-5sec. THIRD COURSE.—R. Williams' bk.d. Captain Dick, by Van Guard—Even Tide (4yds.), 1; F. Wilton's bd.b. Peggy (6cr.), 2. Others: Flying Comedy (1yd.), First Bid (2yds,). Won by one lengtb. Time, 17sec. FOURTH COURSE.—J. Crichton's bk.b. Bonnie Ponderer, by Dimple Root—Miss Ponderer (8yds.), 1; H. Manson'...

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BRISBANE AMATEUR TURF CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

BRISBANE AMATEUR TURF CLUB. The following are the weights for the meeting to be held at Albion Park on Wednesday, August 30, 1933:— CLASS DIVISION HANDICAP (SIXTH DIVISION), about 5½ furlongs. st. lb st. lb Amity Point . 9 0   Turrabury . . 8 3   Deer Mala . . 8 11   Burrandooie . 8 2   Dame Cora . 8 8   Boropolis . . 8 1   Koo Lee . . 8 6   Devarch . . . 8 0   Bamboose . . 8 4   Jim Ayres . . 8 0   Chunuk Bair 8 4   Persse's Serenus . . . 8 4   Beauty . . 8 0   Berdora . . . 8 3   Rosamber . . 8 0   Doreen's Robe 8 3   CLASS DIVISION HANDICAP (FIFTH   DIVISION), about 5½ furlongs.   Master Re- Chantle B. . 8 6   liance . . 9 0   Happy Bache- Bright Art . . 8 12   lor . . . . 8 6   Blarney Castle 8 11 ...

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SUSPENSION IN W.A. PERTH, August 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

SUSPENSION IN W.A. PERTH, August 27. At the Goodwood Club's meeting yester- day the stewards suspended E. Hodgson, the rider of Easington, for two months, for interfering with Insolent in the Good- wood Plate. They also suspended J. Ryding's license for three months for his poor exhibition of horsemanship on Tiger Moth in the First Division of the Good- wood Purse.    

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JOCKEYS APPEAL. Deny Breaking Barrier. SYDNEY, August 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

JOCKEYS APPEAL. Deny Breaking Barrier. SYDNEY. August 27. The appeals of the hurdle jockeys, B. M'Menamin and H. Lillyman, against the imposition of fines of £10 for alleged dis- obedience at the barrier at Victoria Park last Wednesday will be dealt with on Tuesday. M'Menamin asked for the ad- journment to get evidence denying that the riders had broken through the bar- rier.

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BOUND FOR AUSTRALIA. (From Our Special Representative.) SYDNEY, August 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

BOUND FOR AUSTRALIA. (From Our Special Representative.) SYDNEY, August 27. The New Zealander, Inflation, will leave the Dominion on August 31. He will be accompanied by the jockey, T. Green, who will ride him in all his engagements.

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KENSINGTON WEIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

KENSINGTON WEIGHTS. SYDNEY, August 27.—Weights for the Kensington meeting on Wednesday   (A.J.C. rules) are:— 14.1 HANDICAP, 5½ Furlongs.   st lb st lb Glen Syce 9 2   Red Tail 7 3   Trelence 9 2   My Micky 7 3   Go By 9 2   Lady Beon 7 3   All Pop 8 7   Queen Ruby 7 3   Joan C. 8 7   Bigamy 7 3   Queen Beon 7 9   Talunder 7 0   Princess Beon 7 9   Tiny Lass 7 0   Miss Reo 7 5   Baverol 7 0   Pacofield 7 5   Hornet 7 0   WELTER MILE. Milantheon 9 12   Better Sense 8 5   Prince Claro 9 5   Mediator 8 5   Allenor 9 5   Hurry Scurry 8 3   Sassanides 9 5   Snowcap 8 3   Dark Chief 9 5   Lady Mosca 8 3   ...

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TWO NEW RECORDS. WOMEN'S ATHLETICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

TWO NEW RECORDS. WOMEN'S ATHLETICS. Competing in the Q.W.A.A.A. cham- pionships at the Exhibition on Saturday afternoon, J. Hodasevich established two new Queensland records—90 yards hurdles and javelin throw. Results:— 90 YARDS HURDLES.—J. Hodasevich, 1; T. Peake, 2; E. Caulfield, 3. Time, 12 4-5sec. Queensland record. 880 YARDS CHAMPIONSHIP.—T. Peake, 1; B. Sullivan. 2; I. Lincoln, 3. Time, 2.39. JAVELIN THROW.—J. Hodasevich, 75ft. 5¼in. (Queensland record), 1; M. M'Lean, 2; P. Mitchell, 3.

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