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Mr. C. Maunder. TOOWOOMBA, August 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 29 August 1933

Mr. C. Maunder. TOOWOOMBA, August The death took place at his home at Glenvale to-night of Mr. Charles Maunder, who for a number of years was a member of the Drayton Shire Council and the Toowoomba Hospitals Board, Born at Oxford, England, in 1858, Mr, Maunder was employed in the Postal Department for many years. He was with the travelling post office between Brisbane and Toowoomba. Later he was in charge of the mail room at Toowoomba. When he retired from the service he went farming at Glenvale, He was elected a member of the Drayton Shire Council, and in 1927 beoame a member of the Too- woomba Hospitals Board, He is sur- vived by his widow, four sons, and three daughters.

Publication Title: Courier-Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
CLIFTON HILL TELEPHONE. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 29 August 1933

CLIFTON HILL TELEPHONE. The Assistant Minister for Defence (Mr. J. Francis) has been advised that it has been decided to instal a public   telephone at the corner of Lonqueose and Mamety Streets, Clifton Hill.

Publication Title: Courier-Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
MOTHER ACQUITTED. Child Thrown From Train. SYDNEY, August 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 29 August 1933

MOTHER ACQUITTED. Child Thrown From Train. SYDNEY, August 28. At the Central Criminal Court to- day, before Mr. Justice Street, Irene Marden (19) was acquitted on a charge that at Grass Tree, near Muswell- brook, on May 26, she murdered her infant son, aged two weeks. The child was thrown from a car- riage of a railway train near Grass Tree. Medical evidence was given that the young woman was not in a fit state of health to travel at the time.

Publication Title: Courier-Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
A.J.C. SCRATCHINGS. SYDNEY, August 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 29 August 1933

AJ.C. SCRATCHINGS. SYDNEY, August 28. meeting T**hinS* »r the A.J.C. spring St«?S p"í JÏA?DI°AP'-Ben Braggle, Regal Hifi' TR«»mrí?' KlnB Pln' Bentimc, Red Kirihnïn iard' Buonarroti, The Moor, «.iciiaka, Eurracootboo, Labour Girl Afilcnn. Sir Merriwee. ' niirirJÜ "i^^OPOLITAN.-Foxhunter, Gold 5in£"! ian8lble, Bentimc, Irish Bardi »,ni-e Hawk. The Moor. AU engagements.-Klchaka.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
OFF DANGER LIST. MELBOURNE, August 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 29 August 1933

OFF DANGER IIST. MELBOURNE, August 28. wiSfnm Inl"on. tho steeplechase rider fen SV,e"rIo.usl7 lnJure<1 when Hedditch »rewa .fI»m,I!?ton on August 19, lm to dfv i£ BreatIy ovor th0 week-end that list removed from tho danger

Publication Title: Courier-Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
FIRST ACCEPTANCES. Caulfield and Melbourne Cups The first acceptances for the Victoria Racing Club's big spring events, the Cantala Stakes and the Melbourne Cup, also the first acceptances for the Victoria Amateur Turf Club's Caulfield Cup, were announced yesterday. Melbourne Cup. MELBOURNE, August 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 29 August 1933

FIRST ACCEPTANCES. Caulfield and Melbourne Cups The first acceptances for the Victoria Racing Club's big spring events, the Cantala Stakes and the Melbourne Cup, also the first acceptances for the Victoria Amateur Turf Club's Caulfield Cup, were announced yesterday. Melbourne Cup. MELBOURNE, August 28. Tho first acceptances for tho V.R.C. Melbourne Cup, of £7000, and trophy valued at £200, second horse £1250, and third £750, 2 miles, to bo run on Tues- day, November 7, were declared to-day, as follows: st. lb. 0 7 Peter Pan . . Bogllla . . ? . Lough Ncagh Mlddlo Watch Antlquo (N.Z.) Kuvcra .... johnnie Jason Gaine Car- rington . . Hlghbrao . . Braeburn . . Shadow King 8 Flail .... 8 Bronze Hawk 8 Pretzel ... 8 Topical ... 8 Oro.8 Oratory ... 8 Woterllni! . . 8 rcter Jackson 8 Master Brearly (N.Z.) ... 8 Satmoth ... 8 Eastern chief 8 Parkwood . . 8 Inflation (N.Z.) 8 Metallurgy . . 8 Maltdale ... 8 New King . . Ruach . . . Magna Charta Bayacre (N.Z.) Manawhenxm 8 12 8 11 8 10 Wlndblr...

Publication Title: Courier-Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
BRISBANE STOCK EXCHANGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 29 August 1933

BRISBANE STOCK EXCHANGE. The following particulars are given with regard to Investments stock quoted on the Brisbane Stock Exchange yesterday, the yield to investors being calculated on the mean between the buying and selling prices; COMPANY. é a > 3 *: ' o {j 3§ TI 1 i-i 03 H TRADING COYS.- . Adelaide S.S. , , I 5 23/ 24/ <!'» Allan and Stark 1 - - 14/ - Amal. Wireless , 1 Pt 33/ 34/ 4íi Do., contg, , . 14/ St - 23/ 4% Ama1- Zinc . . . a 5 10/3 10/9 3ft A. Hordern and Sons, ord, , . i - 10/4 10/7 fr - Do., pref. . . . i - 19/ 19/9 AUAt. Glass, ord. i 9 49/414 50/ 314 Do., pref. . . . i 9 35/ 35/6 5 Aust. L is Steel, i - 15/3 15/6 - Auto, and Gen. Finance . . . 6/ 2/ 2/6 r B. J. Ball, pref. 1 9 - 20/9 714 Beriet, Ltd., ord. 1 8 25/6 26/9 6 Berlel. Ltd., pref. 1 8 26/ 27/ 6 British Tobacco, 1 6 35/ 35/3 Do., pref. . . , 1 614 26/6 - Broken H|ll Pty. 1 10 37/ 37/6 5î( Brown ii Broad, ord. 1 ? 5/ 6/ - Burns, Philp, & 1 10 51/6 52/3 3»,i Caldwell'« Wines, pref. . ,...

Publication Title: Courier-Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Caulfield Cup, l½ mile. (Run on Saturday, October 21.) [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 29 August 1933

Caulfield Cup, l|-mile. (Run On Saturday, October 21.) . Rogilla . . . 9 6 Autopay (N.Z.) . . . 0 3 Antique . . . 0 2 Middle Watch 9 0 Kuvera . . . 0 0 Pretzel . . . 9 0 Johnnie Jason 9 1.1 Viol d'Amour 8 13 Gaine Carring- ton .... 8 13 High Brae . . 8 12 Shadow King 3 11 Topical . . . 8 11 Bronze Hawk d 10 Waltzing Lily 0 10 Flail .... 8 30 Braeburn . . 8 9 Chllperlc , . 8 8 Oro .... 8 a Turbine . . . 8 7 Top Hole , . 8 7 Satmoth. . . . 8 6 Dermld ... 8 6 Jacko .... 8 6 Waterllne . . 8 5 Peter Jack- son .... 8 5 Royal Rest . 3 5 Oratory . . . 8 5 Master Brierly 8 4 Parkwood . . 8 3 Bayacro . , . 8 3 Talsho . . . 8 3 Maltdale . . . 8 2 Inflation . . 8 2 Magna Charta 8 2 Koroklo . . . 8 2 Manawhenua . 8 2 Bold Boy . . 3 2 Metallurgy . 8 0 Mllantheon . 7 i3 Kew King . . 7 13 Ruling Light 7 12 GUdeaway . 7 12 Ruach . . 7 12 Mince Pie . 7 12 Segatl . . . 7 12 King Colussus 7 11 Mural Crown 7 11 Tilthorno . . 7 11 Gloriole , . . 7 11 Mjotlc Peak (Imp) . . . 7 11 Regal Son . . 7 11 Plcatu...

Publication Title: Courier-Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
COOLANGATTA DEFEATS TUGUN. COOLANGATTA[?] August 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 29 August 1933

COOLANGATTA DEFEATS TUGUN. COOLANGATTA. August 28 In a tennis match played yesterday on the Goodwin Park tennis courts, Coolan, natta defeated Tugun by 15 sots 03 gamts to 1 set 33 games.

Publication Title: Courier-Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 29 August 1933

TENNIS COURTS, PLAYERS, SPORTING REQUISITES. rpiHIRD-GRADE gents wanted, fixtures, -*. court near Paddington terminus, 'Phone, Toowong 416, between 8.30 and 5.30. BIST RU te hua SokA&snh TI-1Q5 BRQWrs £, SOPSS LIMITED &P.IS&ANE JIM TUCKER STILL ON THE JOB With More Winners NEXT SATURDAY. 3 UNBEATABLE SPECIALS, £1 SUBSCRIPTION, SubwrlpUo^NOWS INCLUDING ONE ULTRA-SPECIAL THAT WILL WIN AT A GRFAT PRICE AND MAKE CLIENTS GOOD WINNERS YOUR MONEY REFUNDFD IF THE THREE ARE BEATEN. Or £2/10/ entitles subscribers to full informa- tion for 1 month Mr WYN. MOORE, my Expert ClocKer and Commission Worker, Hil S-ivcd Up a Good One For Next Saturday. Be With Him. [ALBION, TO-MORROW, 3 EXTRA GOOD SPECIALS 1ft/ and Full Information, -I-"/ OPEN TO-NIGHT TILL 9 O'CLOCK. MAKE A CAREFUL NOTE OF MY ONLY ADDRESS. 2nd Floor, Courier Bids, Queen St Brisbane, Box 1817W. G P O. 'Phone BD205. Sure Bets, "Choice Bets" HAVE SOMETHING OUT THE BOX FOR EPSOM AND METROP. Racegoers who intend h...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
MIXED DOUBLES TITLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 29 August 1933

MIXED DOUBLES TITLE. BROOKLINE (Mass.). August 27. In the national mixed doubles chara, pionship on the Longwood courts to-day Miss Elizabeth Ryan-H. E. Vines defeated Miss Polly Palfrey-Samsen 0-2, 8-2, to enter the semi-finals.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
DAVIS CUP CONTEST. ROTTERDAM, August 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 29 August 1933

DAVIS CUP CONTEST. ROTTERDAM, August 27 Italy, by three rubbers to one, climln> ated Holland In the preliminary rounds of the Davis Cup competition.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
FAILURE IN SCRUMMAGES. (Australian Press Association.) LONDON, August 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 29 August 1933

FAILURE IN SCRUMMAGES. (Australian Press Association.) ......-, .. LONDON, August 27. "Possibly the majority of tho spectators at Saint Helen's." comments tho "Dally Telegraph," "were disappointed with form shown by the Australians, yet good Judges were of the opinion that given a fair snell of Saturday's favourable conditions they should become fit to rank with past Australian teams. Their inability to win the scrummages must bo rectified in order to get the best out of the back division, whose poss'bllltles. are undoubted. The coaching of Clinrlie Seeling, tho old AU Black forward, Has clearly benefited tlio ' losers."

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
TWO UNFIT. Glasheen and Gilbert. COMMENTS ON PLAY. LEEDS, August 27 [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 29 August 1933

TWO UNFIT. Glasheen and Gilbert. COMMENTS ON PLAY. (From Claude Corbett.) LEEDS, August 27 There Is no backwash on the Australian Rugby League team from the violent cricket controversy so far. There -was not the slightest reference from the St. Helen's crowd, which, at times, became highly excited, particularly when Sid Pearce and Madsen were called out by the referee and cautioned. Everywhere that the Australians' motor coach pulls up tho peoplo throng to tho windows 'to 'loheer them, while the singing of .'.'Advance, 'Australia," is becoming as much of>ttíe ritual ~as a war cry. The auto- graph hunters, who aro in droves, are delighted at tho readiness of the players and members of tho party to sign their books, causing an Oldham lad last night to remark: "I 'opes as 'ow the cricketers J will be as good when they cooms." On Saturday, after the match, the whole team were the guests of the Bolle Vu« authorities at the speed racing and side shows. They saw the Australians, Evans a...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
CANTALA STAKES. MELBOURNE, August 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 29 August 1933

CANTALA STAKES. MELBOURNE, August -28. Tho first acceptances for the Cantala Stakes, to bo run on october 4, aro: Chatham . Ammon Ra Rogilla . . Kuvera . . Middle Watch . . Galno earring ton . Autopsy (N.Z.) Johnnie Jason . Parkwood . . Waltzing Lily Vauntry . Bronze Hawk . . Chllperlc . Waterllnc . Inflation (N.Z.) . . Top Holo . Turbine . . Jacko . . Dermld . . Royal Rest Bold Boy Maltdolo . Whittingham Bayacre (NZ.) . . Great Night Foursome . Iskonder . Manawhonua (N.Z.) . Mystic Peak (Imp.) . Multudo . . Melanton . Captlvatlon Lelltc . . Regol Son Autopay . Movie Star Rapsonla . Gordon's Leap . . Golden Warbler . Burlesque . Moa Lap . Cynical Gaterlna (Imp.) . Gigolo . . Snowacro . Weatherwiso (N.Z.) . . B:avo Boy . Mataram . . Dominant . Emlncro st. lb. 9 11 st. lb. 7 9 8 1 8 1 7 13 7 13 7 13 7 32 7 11 7 11 7 11 7 11 7 11 7 10 7 10 7 10 7 9 7 9 7 9 7 9 7 9 7 9 Wexford Dundrum . . 7 Game Bid , . 7 Letouquet . . 7 Press Gang . 7 Count Orloff 7 Heroic Lass . 7 Burra Khana 7 Greenl...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
"SLEEPY SICKNESS." St. Louis Outbreak. NOT COMMON HERE. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 29 August 1933

"SLEEPY SICKNESS." St. Louis Outbreak. NOT COMMON HERE. 'Sleeping sickness is a bad term to | use in describing encephalitis lethar i, an outbreak of which is re- ported to have occurred in St. Louis (Missouri)," said an eminent Brisbane | pathologist on Saturday. He. stated that sleeping sickness proper .was' the j disease carried by the tsetse fly, and caused by an animal organism usually seen under the microscope, whereas | "sleepy" sickness was caused by virus that passed through the finest I filters. The virus of encephalitis lethargica j was of the same order of size and had ' the general characteristics of the or- ganism that caused infantile para- lysis. Tile former attacked the brain, | and the latter the spinal column. Tlie disease of the exact type of encephalitis lethargica, the pathologist continued, was not at all common in this country. One closely allied to it had been known to occur in epidemic form, and there had been occasional sporadic cases. There was an epidemi...

Publication Title: Courier-Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
FISH MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 29 August 1933

PISH MABKET. The following prices were realised at the Brisbane Fish Market yesterdav: Mullet. 14/fl to 15/9 per case: medium mullet. 10/ to 13/6; ralxod mullet, 'l/¡ whiting, 20/6 to 25/6; mixed whiting. 9/1 bream, 10/ to 18/6; mixed bream, 5/ to 6/; tailor, 10/9: squire. 7»id. to 8'4d. per j lb.: snapper. 6}Jd. to 8!«d.! school mu* ercl, 4',id, to 4?id.; crabs, j/s to 1/8 each. '

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
LOWER IN JULY. FOOD AND GROCERIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 29 August 1933

LOWER IN JULY. FOOD AND GROCERIES. In the six capital cities of Aus- tralia the price level of food and groceries showed a decrease of 0.7 per cent, as compared with the rates for the previous month. Statistics to this effect have been compiled by the Commonwealth Sta- tistician (Mr, E. T. M'Phee), whose Investigations have been confined to 44 commodities. The decrease also applies to 30 towns other thnn capital cities. Decreases were recorded in four States; Queens- land 0.4 per cent., Victoria and South Australia 1.2 per cent., Western Aus- tralia 3.8 per cent. In New South Wales there was an increase of 0.6 per cent.; while' the figures for Tas- mania were unchanged. The outstanding fluctations lp groceries were a; general rise in the prices of flour and tea, and a fall In potato prices in most towns. Eggs were considerably lower In price, while but- ter prices decreased In four States. In Queensland and New South Wales the price of \this commodity was higher in some towns and lo...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
MEAT MARKET. LONDON QUOTATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 29 August 1933

MEAT MARKET. LONDON QUOTATIONS. Mr. Walter P. Devereux, the official re- presentative of the Australian Wool growers' Council In Europe, furnishes the following report from London, under date July 20: Supplies of beef and ven!, mutton and lamb, for the week ended July 15 totalled 7706 tons, against 6910 tons in the cor- responding week last year. Imported beef, principally Argentine, formed 85.4 per cent of the beef supplies, as against 87.1 per cent a year ago. Imported mut- ton, mainly New Zealand, formed 83,11 per cent of the total supply of mutton and lamb, as against 80.3 per cent same week last year. The countries lrom which supplies came were:-Beef and veal. Great Britain and Ireland, 621 tons; Aus- tralia, 185 tons; New Zealand, 44 tons; Argentine, 2803 tons; Uruguay, 214 tons; Brazil, 204 tons; other countries, IBB tons. Mutton and Lamb.-Great Britain and Ireland, 583 tons; Australia, 236 tons; New Zealand, 2205 tons; Argentine, 375 tons; Uruguay, 26 tons; Brazil, 17 tons; ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FARM PRODUCE. ROMA STREET MARKETS PUMPKINS FIRMER. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 29 August 1933

FARM PRODUCE. ROMA STREET MARKETS PUMPKINS FIRMER. Supplies In all Unes of farm produce nt the Roma Street markets yesterday were fairly light, and the demand gen- erally was good, particularly tor fodders and vegetables. With the exception cf one or two special Ines, late rates were maintained. In lucerne chaff, 796 bags were offered, ol which 140 wore passed at rates ranging from 2/ to 3/7 per cwt. The top price lor lucerne chaff was £0/6/8 a ton for a consignment of 33 bags from Forest Hill. Other sales of lucerne chaff were as fol- lows: 44 bags at £5/3/4, 50 bags at £4/15/, 139 bags at £4/6/8, and 130 bags at £4/5/, with others ranging down to £3/6/8. Only 146 bags (Imported) of oaten chaff were disposed of, the rate being £5/15/ a ton; 422 bags were passed, 52 of which wero local, the prices ranging from £0/ 1/8 to £5/6/8. Supplies of wheaten chaff wero light, 50 bags selling at £3/10/ a ton, and 40 bags at £4. All lines of mixed chaff, 292 bags, wero disposed of, the top pric...

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