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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 29 August 1933

PRODUCE SALESMEN. gTURMFELS' RRIMARY PRODUCERS' CO- OPERATIVE ASSOCIATION LTD. Will Sell Your WOOL, STOCK HIDES, TALLOW. . and SKINS, To Best Advantage. .Become a . Shareholder and Share In Rebates. Head Office, Creek St., Brisbane. Branch at Cunnamulla. *

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

VIRGINIA HANDICAPS. Tho following handicaps have been de- clared for the Virginia Club's meeting to- day.-Straight :-Writtle Coombe. 21vus.; The Dud, 22; Fisher Boy, Fluke's Pride, Acacia Rose, Cavallerle, Archer, 23; Bravo Boy, Red Heron. Garrison, Rubberneck, 24; Peg Weg. Betty Bell, Kllmalne, French Maid, Marlon Force. Black Knight. Mv Dance, Orand March. 25; Irish Jig. Ba'iy Rae. Night and Day, Castle Queen, 26; Miss Fearless. Rubina. Miss Knight, Ara gong. Te Kulti, Humbug Scott, 27; Hard Luck, Talltsman, Black Streak, 28; Mid- night. Glorióla. Post Haste, 29; Tango Lad, Chaste Boy, Cloudy Morn, Am I Blue, Good Taste, Faithful Messenger, áweet Song, Norolle, 30; Pegsry O'Neill. No Gold, 31; Mlfs Thrill, Firefly, Warpaint, BUCK Joke, 32; Queen o' Diamonds, Falllnu Cloud, 33. circle: Sticky's Image, lOydä ; Miss Knight, Black Knight, 16; Brave Boy, My Dance, Miss Brlgam, l8; Kllmalne, Dashln, 20; Night and Day, Needle Hawk, 21; Marion Force, Cloudy Morn, 22; Any Good, 23; French ...

Publication Title: Courier-Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
WARBAND'S PACE. His "Creek" Prospects. By "THE HARVESTER." Although the class of horse engaged in the events at Albion Park on Wednesday is only of the average midweek standard, the racing promises well. The fields will be big in each of the races, and it is possible that one of the events will have to be divided. The chief race will be the Third Division Handicap, and Warband may win it. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 29 August 1933

WARBAND'S PACE. His "Creek" Prospects. 3y' "THE HARVESTER." Although the class of horse engaged in the events at Albion Park on Wednesday is only of the average midweek standard, the racing promises well. The fields w ill be big in each of the races, and it is possible that one of the events AWII have to be divided. The chief race will be the Third Division Handicap, and Warband may win it. Amity Point, who has fair track form, Is certain to be one of the fancies for the Sixth Class Handicap He was supported In town last week for a similar class race, but was with- drawn on the course, Among those likely to oppose him are Dame Cora, Doreen's Robe, and Serenus. Darno Cora has been working nicely, while Serenus, who was a runner in the event won by Star Scholar at Ascot, is expected to improve considerably. If track form is a good guide Amity Point should win. CHANCE FOR RUCLI Blarney Castle was at a short price in town yesterday for the Fifth Divi- sion Handicap, but Trainer Jack Nou...

Publication Title: Courier-Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
RIDER CHOSEN. CYCLING CLUB'S TEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 29 August 1933

RIDER CHOSEN. CYCLING CLUB'S TEST. Tho Glcnferns Cycling Club conductoj a scries of three races in order to find a rider to represent the club In Sydney on September 30. The selected rider Is G. Holmes, who won the 60 miles un paccd event was fourth In the 70 ralles handicap off scratch, and was second In tho 130 mlies handicap. HI« total pointa ?were 23, E. . iAnaell . «»s » next with 23* polnts, % ' . .

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AMERICAN TITLES. MRS. MOODY'S WITHDRAWAL. (Australian Cable Service.) LONDON, August 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 29 August 1933

AMERICAN TITLES. MRS. MOODYS WITHDRAWAL. (Australian Cabio Service.) LONDON, August 28 Tho special correspondent of the "Dally Mall" writes:-Mrs. Helen Wllls-Moody's retirement in Saturday's championship match ut Forest Hills was duo to pain from an old injury in the back. Mre. Wllls-Moody's mother told tho "Dally Mail" over the Transatlantic tolophone that hor daughter hod strained her back while carrying beach stoneB in her gar. den last April and the strenuous games at Wimbledon had increased tho effects of the injury. Her doctor had advised her to withdraw from the American cham plonshlps, but she had refused. She will rest In California until January, after whloh she will prepare for next season, whon, her mother added, "sho will piaj as well as usual."

Publication Title: Courier-Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Stocks—Shares. Consols Active—Keen Buying Interest—Bank Shares Steady—Miscellaneous Demand Good—Pastoral Agenices Improve. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 29 August 1933

Stocks-Shares. Consols Active - Keen Buying In- terest - Bank Shares Steady - Mis- cellaneous Demand Goad - Pastoral Agencies Improve. Strong, cppfldont buying gave the In- vestment market a buoyant and cheerful tone on the Erlsbane Stock Exchange yes- terday. Keen interest was again displayed In the Australian Consols, and although prices throughout showed little movement of note, trading throughout the day wes very active, and spread over a good ranga of seven issues. The shorter dated issues aero mostly In demand, particularly the 1833. Interest was also displayed in sound Industrials, and buyers showed no loss of keenness In endeavouring to obtain sup- plies, prices gaining steadily, notably pas- toral companies. Banks displayed no movement of note. Trading In miscel- laneous was moderate. At the previous day's price Of £103 11 parcels of tte 1938 4 per cent were booked, closing with buyers still unsat'sfled, sellers asklnj £103/1/3, the £10 Bonds bringing £l0 5 9. the 1941 4 pe...

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

CORRIE & CO., SHAREBROKERS, Established J877. Alexander Corrie, Douglas M. Corrie. Colin c. Corrie, Parbury House, Bogle Street, Brisbane.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FISHING EXPEDITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 29 August 1933

FISHING EXPEDITION. Members of the executive of the Queensland Shop Assistants Union spent an enjoyable week-end on a fishing excursion in the Bay. The president, Mr. C. J, Dixon, was in charge of the party, which.comprised Messrs. E. Ruslins; (secretary), T. A. Carr (organiser), F. Brown, F, Black, R. Holey, F. Jones, and R. Smith. Good sport was experienced off Peel Island, where over 200 fish were caught, including snapper, flathead, parrot, and whiting. The most successful fisherman, Mr. C. J. Dixon, who caught 80 fish, was presented with a prize, and a conso- lation prize was awarded Mr. E. Rus ling. The party was entertained at | lunch at Wynnum by Mr, Jones.

Publication Title: Courier-Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ON NOVEMBER 25. BRITISH TENNIS PLAYERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 29 August 1933

ON NOVEMBER 25. BRITISH TENNIS PLAYERS. Probably the British tennis players, Perry Hughes, Lee, and Wilde, will play in Brisbane on November 25. The Stats championships will be held at Milton toa week prior to the test, and It is highly probable that the members of the Ans. trallon Davis Cup team will participate, the Q.L.T.A. having written to the A.L.T A. for permission to negotiate with them with that object In view. Hughes and Lee will arrive in Am. tralla on November 8, but Perry and Wilde, who aro at present in America for the national championships, will traVel to New Zealand in the Maunganul with the Ans. trallans, D. Turnbull and A. Qulst, and after a fortnight thcro will reach Sydnej on November 3.

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

LIFE -A BUSINESS. It Is a paradox, perhaps, that, while Home Life is a refuge from busi- ness, it is itself a bus.ness. Money enters so largely into everything that it must be planned for in every phase of life. It Is in I islness that money is earned, in the Home, chiefly, that It Is spent, and there is no sound reason' why the spending should not be re- garded as being Just as important as earning. In fact, it is far more im- portant, for earning is difficult, and must employ wisdom, forethought, and enoi'gy, while spending is easy, so easy that there is temptation to spend unwisely. Every Home, then, Is a'business, and needs an economic system, of which the Savings Bank Pass Book can be the valuable basis. ifiómionweaIíI)Savma8,l3nlíofBu8tralía (Guaranteed by the Commonwealth Government,) A Bargain "Out of the Box" Combination Tea ij Í| /p and Dinner Set où/ 0 Yes!-Out of the Box In Value-a Useful Set for Everyone-Dinner and Tea Ware Combined-made by "Bur- gess," one of England's...

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

RECORD FREIGHTING BY AEROPLANE. What Is stated to be a world's record (or a day's freight carried by one aero- plane was made recently by one of the { big Junkers machines operated In JJew Guinea by the Guinea Airways Company. The Vacuum Oil Company adv|ee that the j aeroplane made six complete trips .'rom the goldfields to the coast In one day. carrying 33,380 pounds, an average of .1580 j pounds per trip. The distance from the ' goldfields to the coast Is 62 miles, to the machine's total mileage for the day was 744 miles. Plumo motor spirit and Mobilall are used exclusively by the j Guinea Airways.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PIG SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 29 August 1933

HG SALES. lAIttLEY, August 28-The fortnightly pig sales wera held to-day, when 400 pigs were penned. The demand was good for all classes. Baconers', porkers', and backfatters' values were about the same as at last sales, with a decided Improve- ment for small pigs at auction. Ruling rates weTe as fallow: Baconers (over the scales), 5d.; porkers, 4d.; backfatters, 214d. per lb.; stores, 14/6 to 18/; slips. 11/ to 14/; suckers, 6/ to 10/6; calves, lJ4d, per lb,

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

FOREIGN EXCHANGE, DIRECT BRISBANE RATES. Brisbane on the countries mentioned: Telegraph trapsfers, August 28. London, SA to Stg. 100 125 125',4 New Zealand, £A to U.Z. 100., .. ,, 100 -« FIJI, £A to ¿EF100 .. .. m nail, tAmsterdam, florins to £A. 8.42Î 6.247 tBatavla, florins to £A 6.451 6.251 fBerl|n, marks io £A ,. .- 10.470 ÍBrussels, belgas to £A 18.665 18.065 tGeneva, francs to £A 13.4« 13.040 {Hongkong, pence A (o dollar. 20% 211,4 tlndla and Ceylon, pence A to rupee. 2»i& 22^4 fMilan, lire to £A ., .. 49.45 47.45 {Montreal, dollars to £A 3 03(4 3.831,4 tNoumeB, francs to £A 67.49 63.74 tNew York, dellar to £A 3.73% 3.67 tPapeete, francs to £A 67.49 63.84 tuarts, francs to £A .. «6.4» 6V,4» i-Shanghai, pence to dol-, lar ,. ,.. 18i%ji . 1913a fYokoharna, pence to dollar. - 18»& B represents buying, and S representa selling. . » Irregular. t Bank of New South Wales quotations; subject to alteration without notice. LONDON RATES. The following were the rates of ex...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 29 August 1933

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HOCKEY. HOCKEY PLAYER'S WELCOMED. TOOWOOMBA, August 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 29 August 1933

HOCKEY. HOCKEY PLAYER'S WELCOMED. TOOWOOMBA, August 2b. The New South Wales men's hockey team was accorded a civic reception by the Mayor (Alderman J. D. Annand) to-day. The Mayor's welcome was supported by Mr. T. L. Adamson (president of the Too- woomba Men's Hockey Association) and Mr. Duncan Thompson. Responding, Mr. O. P. Wood (manager of tho team) re- ferred to the value of sport In helping men to become good citizens. He ex- plained that 80 per cent, of hockey players In Victoria and 00 per c"nc. of players In Sydney enlisted In the Groat War. Mr. Hurrell (captain of tho team) sold the visitors were touring for the sako of the game, and the question of who won was given secondary consideration. He considered that there was too inucb Importance placed on shield winning. New South Wales lost in the Inter-State con- test In BrlBbane. but they were defeated in a wonderful game.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
POLO. DOWNS ASSOCIATION. CLIFTON, August 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 29 August 1933

POLO. DOWNS ASSOCIATION. CLIFTON, August 28. The final matches of the season of the Downs Polo Association were played at Spring Creek polo grounds on Saturday afternoon. The takings were devoted to the benefit of the Clifton centre of the Q.A.T.B. Two matches were played, one between A grade players, and the other between married and singlo teams. The married men won by 9 goals 4 be hlnds, to 3 goals and 8 behlnds. Goals were scored for the winners by F. J. Arm- strong 2, R. Cooke 3, A. M'Glnley 2, and M. Cooke 2. For the singlo men B. Dou- gall, R. Armstrong, and Max Cooke scored one each'. In the other match between mixed teams, Blues and Whites, Blues won by 7 goals to 4. The teams were: Blues: K. Byrne, T. Doyle, S. Scheurele, and P. Guymer, Whites: G. Tusslngton, E. Llpp, O. Muller, G. Byrne. Mr. John Dallon umpired both matches.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Mailey Taking Team to England? [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 29 August 1933

Mailey Taking Team to England? A. E. R. Gilligan, former captain of England, writes in the london News Chronicle that he has heard from a very reliable source that in the summer of 1935 Arthur Mailey, the famous Australian googly bowler, intends taking an unofficial Australian XI. on a tour of England, Scotland, and Wales. He adds: "Mailcy's team will in- clude Bradman, Tommy Andrews, Vic. Richardson, and many other prominent cricketers. They »ill not play against the counties, nor will they play matches In any county when that particular county side, has a home match. Mailey's team will play against the League teams In the North Country, and -also against many strong sides which: are not actually first-class."

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
WOMAN'S DEATH. Charge of Unlawfully Killing. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 29 August 1933

WOMAN'S DEATH. Charge of Unlawfully Killing. Mr. P. M. Hishon, P.M., heard fur- ther evidence in the City Police Court yesterday in the case in which Stephen Thomas Gavin (23). ice vendor, was oharged that on July 30, at Ipswich Road, he unlawfully killed Mary Eliza- beth Aitken Gilmour. Senior Sergeant F. B. Kearney prosecuted, and Mr. P. T. Cross (Messrs. Morris. Fletcher, and Cross) appeared for defendant. Herbert Joseph Kohl, of Annerley, said that while standing near the Roman Catholic Church, Ipswich Roa.i, on tho evening of July 30, he heard the sound of a bump. He saw a motor truck on its correct side of the road, and saw the body of a person being thrown into the air. The truck con- tinued on, and witness estimated its speed at 50 miles an hour. About 17 yards farther on he heard the crash of the bumper bars of the truck falling to the roadway. After the truck had pasted witness saw the body of a person on the roadway. In reply to Mr. Cross, witness said that he was not an ...

Publication Title: Courier-Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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STOLE FROM SHOP. GAOL FOR TWO MONTHS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 29 August 1933

STOLE FROM SHOP. GAOL FOR TWO MONTHS. While Gertrude Hanley was absent from her shop at New Farm on the night of August 9, the shop was entered and a suit case, tobacco, and money stolen. Matthew Seymour (33), labourer, a native of New South Wales, appeared in the Police Court before Mr. P. M. Hishon, P.M., yesterday, charged that he stole the property, which was valued at £11/9/. Detective Senior Sergeant B. Kear- ney; who prosecuted, said that de- fendant was arrested on another charge, and part of the stolen property was found in his possession. Property to the value of £3 was recovered, Defendant was sentenced to two months' imprisonment, with hard labour,

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

REGENT THEATRE. Robert Montgomery heads the cast of "Hell Below,' now showing at the Regent Tneatre. As a young SUD marlne lieutenant Montgomery has one of the finest roles of his career. Dealing with submarine work in the Mediterranean, the production is both spectacular and thrilling, the undersea photography being particularly effec Dive. Montgomery is Lieutenant Stan- ton, a young submarine officer, who is continually clashing with his com- mander, played by Walter Huston, who is a particularly stern disciplin- arian. During a naval engagement he disobeys orders, and is consequently dismissed from his position. In a thrilling climax, however, he forces the commander to realise his true worth. Madge Evans has the leading ieminine role. "Ann Carver's Profes- sion" ia the supporting attraction, and it has an unusual theme. It deals with the entrance of women into the professions, and has a remarkably well-told plot. Fay Wray and Gene Raymond are featured. Ned Tyrrell's orchestra, r...

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