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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 29 August 1933

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. OCEAN FORECAST. Freshening northerly winda In Tas- manian waters, with moderate to rather rough sea; otherwise smooth to moderate. ARRIVALS, AUGUST 28. MORUYA, irom Maryborough and Qlad ttonc. Howard Smith, Ltd., agents. MARELLA, from Singapore, via ports. Burns. Philp, St Co., Ltd., agents. NEW ZEALAND, irom Los Angeles. Brett It Co., Pty.. Ltd., agente. SOMERSET, from Port Alma. Birt St Co., Ltd,, agents. MATARAM, from Sydney. Burns, philp, St Co, Ltd., agents. KAMO MARU, irom Sydney. Burns, Philp, Ü Co., Ltd., agents. MAREEBA, from Adelaide, via ports. Macdonald, Hamilton, & Co., agents. MAMARI, from London, via ports, Aber- deen and Commonwealth Line, agents. MACUMBA, lrom Newcastle and Sydney. Macdonald, Hamilton, St Co., agents. DUE AUGUST 30. NECKAR, iront Hamburg, via ports, at Mercantile Wharf, Wills, Gilchrist, and Sanderson Pty., Ltd., agents. KYOKKOH MARU, from Japan, at Clan Wharf. Charles Hopkins St Co., agents. DUE AUGUST 31. CANBERRA, f...

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

SHIPPING. INTER-STATE STEAMSHIP SAILINGS. (CIRCUMSTANCES PERMITTING.) SPECIAL REDUCED FARES *" For SYDNEY and MELBOURNE. Orungal Katoomba Canberra Manunda Orungal Ormiston Canberra Sept. 2, Noon Sept. 9, Noon 3ept. 16, Noon Sept. 23, Noon Sept. 23, Noon Sept. 30, Noon Oct. 7. Noon A.U.S.N. Co., Ltd. A.U.S.N. Co., Ltd. Howard Smith, Ltd Adel. S. Co., Ltd. A.U.S.N. Co., Ltd. A U.S.N. Co., Ltd. Howard Smith. Ltd For NEWCASTLE, SYDNEY, MELBOURNE, and ADELAIDE (Cargo only). Without _Transhipment._ ? Mundalla! Aug. 29, 5 p.m. (Howard Smith, Ltd Mareeba I Sent, 5, 5 p.m. I ^,u s.N. Co.. Ltd. " For MARYBOROUGH (Cargo only). ~* Moruya I Aug. 29, 5 p.m.lHoward Smith Ltd Paterson [Sept. 2, Noon. IA.U.S.N. Co.. Ltd For BUNDABERG (Cargo only). ~ paterson |3ept, 2. Noon. |A,U.SN. Co, Ltd? For GLADSTONE (Cargo only). ~~ Moniva I Sept. 5. 5 p m. | -Toward Smith. Ltd. For ROCKHAMPTON (Cargo only). Mareeba IAUR. 29, 4 p.m. IA.U.S.N. Co.. Ltd. Timo ISept. 5,5pm. iHownrd Smith. Ltd For MACKAY, TOWNSVIL...

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MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 29 August 1933

MAIL NOTICES. th»r RATES OF POSTAGE-Letters wltí the Empire, 2d. per oz. To all othir places-first oz. 3d., each succeeding oz. or part, 2d. MAIL CLOSING TIMES.-The closing times hereundcr are for G.P.O., Brisbane. Unless otherwise stated newspapers, packets, registered articles, and parcels will be accepted up to one hour before the advertised closing times for letters for malls which close after 9 a.m. and before 6 p.m. LATE FEE POSTING.-The late fee on all unregistered articles (except parcels) Is Id. each. Articles bearing late fee may be posted at the G.P.O. up to' 15 minutes after closing times of malls despatched by train' and up to 30 minutes after closing times for mails despatched by steamer; they may also bo posted on board steamers. Registered articles, with tho addition of a fee of 2d.. . will bo accepted 30 minutes after the closing of the registered malls. AIR MAILS.-Any postal article, except parcels, may be sent by air mall. The fee, In addition to postage, is 3d. p...

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

SHIPPING. P. & 0. Royal Mai! Steamers. To London, via Colombo, Bombay, Aden. Egypt, Marseilles, and Plymouth._ Steamer. Tons. Unsoane. Sydney. Strathaird » ¿2,b1i Aug. 28. äept. 9. Cathay 11 15,121 Sep.13. Sept. 22. Mongolia t a 16,596 Sept. 27. Oct. 6. Maloja t 20,914 Oct. 11. Oct. 20. Moldavia a 16,556 Oct. 25. Nov. 3. Mooltan t nn.952 |Nov. 8. Nov. 17. First and Second Saloon, * First Saloon and Tourist Class. Î Omits Bom- bay, a Tourist Class Only. x Calls Tangier. Fares aro SUBJECT to Exchange. The R.M.S. "Strathaird" will sall irom Hamilton Cold Stores Wharf at 4 p.m. on Tuesday, 29th August, 1933. PLEASURE CRUISE TO NOUMEA. 21st November, RM.S, "Strathnaver." 22,547 tons, returning by way of Norfolk and Lord Howe islands. Tourist Class and First Saloon Fares from 14 and 21 Guineas. CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR CRUISES TO TASMANIA, 20th December, R.M.s. "Strathaird," 22,544 tons, via Sydney and Melbourne. ChrjBtmas at sea. Tourist Class and First Saloon, Fares from 14 and 20...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TWO SHOT DEAD. Husband Wounded. EAST PRAHRAN AFFRAY. MELBOURNE, August 28. A man and a woman are dead and another man, the husband of the dead woman, is seriously wounded as a result of a shooting affray in a house at East Prahran this morning. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 29 August 1933

TWO SHOT DEAD. Husband Wounded. EAST PRAHRAN AFFRAY. MELBOURNE, August 28. A man and a woman are dead and another man, the husband of the dead woman, is seriously wounded as a result of a shoot- ing affray in a house at East Prahran this morning. It is believed that, following a quarrel, Isaac Jedwab (57) of Caul- field shot and seriously wounded Henry Martin (38) and killed his wife, Mrs. Betty Martin (30), with a second bullet, and then killed him- self with a bullet through the head. Martin was an executive member of Jedwab's Parisian and London Pleat ers Ltd. Martin and his wife were just finishing their breakfast when an elderly man called. Half an hour later men working nearby heard revolver shots. They saw Martin staggering down a pathway at the side of his house. He tottered into the street, trying vainly to check the flow of blood from a bullet wound in the left side of his face, just under the eye. "Where is my wife?" Martin gasped. "There was an explosion. I don't know wh...

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Latest Ford V-8. Length and Power Increased. Featured by new design, longer wheelbase, and greater power, the new Ford V-8, now being introduced in Queensland, is a most impressive car. It gives an exceptional performance on the road. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 29 August 1933

Latest Ford V-8. Length and Power Increased. Featured by new design, longer wheelbase, and greater power, the new Ford V-8, now being introduced in Queens- land, is a most impressive car. It gives an exceptional perform- ance on the road. THE vehicle is offered as the most t powerful Ford car built since Henry Ford launched into volume | production. Incidentally Ford recently celebrated his 30th year of manufac- turing motor cars. During that period he has built no fewer than 21,000,000 cars and trucks, an almost Incredible achievement and one standing alone in automobile history. The new Ford has a V-8 cylinder engine, which de- velops 75 h.p. The nominal rating is 30 h.p. Complete with clutch and transmission, the new engine weighs 538lb., and is 83lb. lighter than the model 18 V-8. Downdraught carburet- ter, diaphragm type fuel pump, and an intake silencer arc standard engine equipment. Aluminium cylinder heads and three point rubber suspension are new fea- tures. It Is claimed t...

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

Inferior car performance. Faulty piston rings responsible Loss of power Is the direct re- sult of worn, 111-flttlng piston rings. Stop wnstlng power through the exhaust, and result- ing high petrol and oil bills. Refit Immediately with BRICO rings. Made for all cars, and guaranteed to fit perfectly. JRingi of Quality" PHILIP FANKEL PTY. Barrv Parade. BRISBANE; THE ENGINEERING SUPPLY CO. OF AUSTRALIA. Edward Street. BRISBANE. UP-TO-DATE ROAD MAPS OF QUEENSLAND. Cralgle's New Road Maps of Queensland are specially prepared for Motoring. All roads are clearly shown and distance table Included. Secure Your Copies NOW ! Wholesale Distributors for Queensland, JACKSON St O'SULLIVAN. 303 Queen Street, Brisbane.

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

ENTERTAINMENTS. imm THE MIRACLE TICTURE OF 1933, "HELL BELOW," A Mctro-Goldwyn-Majcr Drama, with ROBERT MONTGOMERY, WALTER HtiSTOV MIDGE EVINS, JIMMY DURtNTE FAY" WR\Y and GENE RAYMOND "ANN CARVER'S PROFESSION," V Columbia Comed»-Drama \FD TVRRELL'S ORCHESTRA. A\ \LL1CE HOTTER Al THE ORGAN FOX MOMETONE NEWS NEXT SATURDAY'S GREAT ATTRACTION "Che SIGH of the CROSS A glorious romance against p-%| the mighty ^; spectacle o' ^f Imperial Rome S\ You II nevera forget it' C/ ¡JVvxnMrÇ/Vtan, SEE THE ACTUAL COSTUVE WORN B\ ELISSA LANDI as MERCI* IN "THE SIGN OF THE CROSS - on Display in the Window of VLLiN AND STARKS LTD , QUEEN STREET Actual Chariot, with its three horse teim, as used in the production of "The Sign of the Cross." The Charioteer is »carine Fredric March's original uniform

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

PARTNERSHIPS. Cheap Prepaid Rates: 12 words i/ per Insertion; eacn aaditional o words od. Limit 103 words (l8 Unes). \ CQUIRE a trade, constant work, enjoy **? life at leading seaside resort, St half Interest in flourlsnlng business, £65, half share. Pevltt Bros., Rothwell Chmbrs., Edward St._ A City agency, estab. nrm, averaging .¿J- £25, proved by Income returns, £250; share city business, £250; others, £50 to £400. ' Pevltt Bros._ TjMRST-CLASS tradesman possesses a re -?- markable indention, has every chance to develop Into a world-wide business. For- tune awaits prospective partner that dis- likes dishonesty, £100 half share. Agents not considered. Applications under Box A24. this office._ ONE hundred pounds will purchase In- terest- with salary, In Queensland rights in an improved electrical animated apparatus for display advertising-no op- position-something different-large pro- fits. Position suitable for salesman or man with mechanical or electrical know ledge. Box A66. this...

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

OVERELLS' (Pty.) LTD. COTTON WEEK AT OVERELLS'. WITH IT COMES SOME AMAZING MANCHESTER OFFERS. Every day "Wanted" lines. All good ¡sellers at their standard prices. NOW offered at bargain prices for ONE ¡ WEEK to celebrate OVERELLS' COT- TON WEEK. See special Window and Departmental displays of these goods. SPECIAL VALUES IN WHITE LINEN FINISH HEMSTITCHED SHEETS 2 Inch hemstitching on top, ä inch plain hem bottom. Sizes, 70 x 90 inch. SPECIAL PRICE, 15/6 pair. Size, 80 x 90 inch. SPECIAL PRICE, 17/6 pair. , SAME QUALITY WITH 2 inchCOL i OURED HEMSTITCHED BORDER ON TOP, in shades of Blue, Lemon, or Pink. . Size, 70 x 90 inch. SPECIAL i PRICE, 16/6 pair. Size, 80 x 90 inch. SPECIAL I PRICE, 18/6 pair. THE NEW BISCUIT BORDERED CURTAIN NET, in Light or Dark Bis- cuit shade; 40 inches wide. Usual Price, 1/3. ALL ONE PRICE, 1/ yd. SPECIAL OFFER IN PLAIN UN- BLEACHED SHEETING. Single Bed, 54 inch wide. Usually 1/. SPECIAL PRICE, 8/11 dozen. PLAIN UNBLEACHED SHEETING.' Double Bed Size, 78 in...

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

FURNITURE, SEWING MACHINES. A .-Have your carpet or' hull runurr .". washed by electric washing and shampooing machine. It prolongs the lilt of a carpet, Is hygienic and clean, Priera The Globe Furnishing Co.. Stanley Strttl, Newtown. South Brisbane. 'Phone JH« .A S.nger sewing machine, £6 to £17, 5a- special display, hand, treadle, and beautiful cabinet, best selection lu Brls bone. Canberra Machine Co, 184 Ann ¡St., Canberra Hotel Bldg. We also buy. A .-l-urniture, your home furnished la ^f- modern style, 3 rooms, fully furnish- ed, fiom £29/10/, 50/ deposit, and 5/6 per week. Tile Globe, Stanley St.. Newto»», South Brisbane. Look for the big sign. AU furniture delivered In q plain motor \an A,--wow Is the time to furnish, neftf .*-*- before or agalh' will you find pries so low or value «o great.- A beautiful bed- room suite complete, latest design, mil built. £8/19/6. 20/- deposit, 3 6 per weer. or your old duchess and wardrobe nllo»ed O" I}» exchange. ' Globe, Newtown. Roi J1446...

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

SPECIAL ADVERTISEMENTS. DENTIST O. G. FREW, L.D.Q., Country Prest Chambers. Edward Street. B5043. The Pictorial Section o£ "THE QUEENSLANDER" For August 31 Includes: TVPES OP OCEAN-GOING SAILING VESSELS.-Two und three masted schooners. A NORTHERN BEACH ROAD.-A page of. ?plcturcsquo views. CROW'S NEST SHOW. . BLACKALL.-L- An Interesting series of photographs taken by "The Queens- lander" Caravanner. THE .TEACHING STAFF OF THE NORMAL SCHOOL IN 1885. OTHER FEATURES.-From the other side of the world (presentation of colours to the 2nd Battalion, Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders; Ceylon Boy Scouts; Captain Cook's boyhood, home; Dutch woman champion, javelin thrower; striking bathing and beach costumes); Visiting New South Wales and Victorian bowlers; the winning en- try in "The Queenslander" wildflower quilt competition; the Queensland wood- chop champion; the successful Eungella Public School Choir; a record-breaking trotter: Bend Or (No. 42 of "The Queenslander" series of notable race- ...

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

RESORTS. TEWANTIN. N.C.. Surfing, Boating, Fishing. AT Donovan's Royal Mall Hotel, first class accom. "Home for holiday seekers," anglers, tourists. Fish, cream, milk, poul- try, plentiful. Hampers free, hot, cold baths, e.l., septic, free car trips to beach«, £2/17/6 week. Jack Donovan, prop, 'Phone 2. ELANOA House, cool, comfortable room», electric light, overlooking water, £2/10/ week. Prop., Mrs. R. W. Ferguson, 'Phonp 21. _ _ MARTIN'S Hotel, facing water, cool es1, rooms, fish, poultry dally, earl morn., 11 o'clock, afternoon tea. e.l., septic, tennis, hot. cold baths, wireless, £2/17/8 week, Free bus surf. V. B. Cardel. prop. 'Phone 3. TEWANTIN and Noosa Heads.-Up-to date motor service, Studebake'r Six and special six cars meet midday mall. train at Cooroy. Furnished houses to let. Lionel Donovan. 'Phone. Tewantin 4. TEWANTIN and Noosa.-The Blue 'Bus meets all midday trains at Cooroy; others by appointment. Large list of lumlsned houses to let. W. J. Pattemore, 'Phone 39 Tewan...

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

RESORTS. Where to Spend Your Holidays. BEECHMONT. "BON Vue" Guest House, elec. light, ten- nis, billiards, riding, trips Natural Bridge, Springbrook, Mt. Hobwee, 4000ft. Coomera Gorge. 'Pho. 17. M. E. Garrett, prop. BRIBIE. SHIRLEY, comfortable Cottages, special reduced rentals, both beaches.. Shirley, 'Phone 8_ BURLEIGH HEADS. Scenic, Surf, Fishing Resort. HOTEL Burleigh, close surf, fishing, scenic views, hot, cold water, septic', tennis, e. light, Red bus meets trains', Southport, moderate tariff. L. Sheahan. 'Phone 3._ HOTEL Burleigh.-Glorious surt, ideal fishing, wondrous scenic views, Red bus meets all trains Southport. Tennis, free garages, modern conv., moderate tariff. 'Phone 3. L. Sheahan, prop._. CARCAROODA.-Furnished flats, ac- commodate seven, every convenience, £2/2/; room 2 cars. Justin's. 'Phone 9. OCEAN Beach House, double-storied, spacious verandas, facing surf, gar- age, moderate tarin*, electric light. Mrs. Flnnlmore. Thone 8._ BRUNSWICK HEADS. North Coast, N.S.W...

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

DOMESTIC EMPLOYMENT. North, commence duties 21st Sept Philipott Agencj, Astoria, Adelaide fat. 138283_ \\ ANTED maid, for Indoorooplllj, sleep y ' at home Ring Toowong 1727._ T\NTED general, all duties 'Phone, M2645 W GENERAL EMPLOYMENT. Cheap Prepaid Rates* 12 words 1/ p-r Insertion, each additional 6 words 6d. Limit 108 words (l8 lines) A Reliable fa-mhand, good milker, ->?"*- plough, good axeman, also marr.ed couples S Lewis B7676._ CONCRETE work, washhouse. garage '-' floors, footpaths, red and tUe bath- rooms, drainage and soakage pits 'Phone J3360_ UFHOLfaTERER re-covers suites, chairs etc , In own homes or workshop, mod erate charges Box UP50. "Courier " V17ANTED married couples, farm hands y y learners, girls milk, general nurse girl dressmaker, country girls S Lewis Strand_ VVANTED lad, able milk, Kingaroy Line » . oenslonpr_ suburb. Mrs Harrison I SITUATIONS WANTED Cheap prepaid Rates.-12 words. 8d.; each additional 6 words, 4d. A T Deaklns Agency, Rothwell Chambers. ."...

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

BUSINESSES FOR SALE. Cheap Prepaid Rates: 12 words 1/ per Insertion: each additional 6 words 6d. Limit 108 words (l8 lines)._ A. J. Ol-ye St Co., 284 Queen St., opp. G.P.O. Established In Queen St. for the past 20 years. Now recognised Queensland's leading business brokers^Our service and advice arc dependable. Our reference Is your own banker. Ask him whose who, Liberal finance available any following._ A. J. Ohye ¿5 Co.-Splendid mixed, same hands 10 years. Only £135. Doing cash counter trade £25 to £30, Attrac- tive 3-wlndowed shop, with magnificent accommodation, complete heavy stock, best of fittings. We specially jecommend as sound. £135. A. J. Ohye St Co.-Warm milk run, same hands years. Doing 36 gallons dally. Showing to 1/2 gallon profit, completely equipped, good conveyance, all utensils. £325. Terms. _ A. J. Ohye St Co.-Small goods St cakes, a first-class concern, showing guar- anteed net profit £10 week. Any trial to prove. Plant alone (including freezing plant fully paid...

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ANSWERS. [Inquirers must forward with their questions their names and addresses. Replies specifically relating to the Turf, Wireless, Poul[?]ry-breeding, 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 — 29 August 1933

ANSWEKS. [Inquirers must forward with their questions their wncs and addresses. Rùplios specifically relating to tho Turf, Wireless, Poulry breedinff, cattle queries, and household recipes are published in the columns devoted to those subjects, unless special request is made that they be answered here.} "FARMER" (D'Aguilar).-Yes, you must show the amount on your in- come tax return. S.R. (Manly).-We do not know the private address of the gentleman you mention. Send your leter to I1I5 factory in Melbourne. "XXXX" (Manly).-We regret being unable to give you a reply. The mat ter is one that can be answered only by the Deputy Commissioner of He patrlatlon after he has investigated the nature of the illness. "IGNORANT* (East Brisbane).-The word was probably pachydermatous, meaning "thick skinned." Do not take it seriously, for, in every day usage, it means one who is not sensl tive to rebuffs or insults. "KELLY" (Rosedale).-Ned Kelly waa bom at Wallan in Victoria in 1854, After some trou...

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

PRIVATE HOTEL (Guest House). MAGNIFICENT UP-TO-DATE 3-STORY BRICK STRUCTURE (Cost about £12,000). UNIQUE POSITION, Walking Distance, GÏ.O,, 28 single, 7 double bedrooms, dainty lounges, many bath- rooms and lavs., hot water systems; running water even installed in maids' rooms; special baths and lavs, in maids' quarters. FURNISHINGS (mostly Trit tons) in exquisite taste. He frigerator, wireless, garages, and every possible conveni- ence. OWNER HAS JUST SUF- FERED BEREAVEMENT, AND WILL GRANT LONG LEASE OF THIS GLORIOUS ESTAB- LISHMENT. Low Rent, No Rates, AND SELL ALL THE FURNI- TURE, DAINTY APPOINT- MENTS AND FITTINGS and FIXTURES. £1250. It's many years since such an opportunity occurred in this City. No one could possibly turn it down ! IF YOU LOOK-YOU BUY. We are Sole Agents : S. A. THORNTON Pty., Ltd., George St. (4 doors Queen St.). '.?JJUIM UPI-UHU..* «l,]«ft-"0^1-^ms.

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FOUGHT HEAVY ODDS. Firm's Battle. TALE OF BRAVE STAND. "We practically sold ourselves into financial slavery," said Abraham Hertzberg, telling, in the Federal Bankruptcy Court yesterday, how he and his brother, the late A. M. Hertzherg, had fought against droughts, strikes, floods, the bank suspension, Federation, and the effects of the war. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 29 August 1933

FOUGHT HEAVY ODDS. Firm's Battle. TALE OF BRAVE STAND. "We practically spiel ourselves into finanoial sjayery,1' saifl AUra harri Jlcrtitbcrg, telling, in the fed- eral Bankruptcy Court yesterdnyi how he and his brollier, the late A. ¡VI, Hertzherp, iiatj fought agaliibt droughts, ginties, floods, the bank Suspension. Föderation, and Hie effects of the war. Hie Honour Mr. Justioe Henchman, sitting in Federal bankruptcy jurisdic- tion, resumed the healing of the ap- peal by Miriam Hertaberg, widow, «gainst the decision of the inspector or trustee (James Park Macfarlane) in the estate of Abraham ííertzperg, trading as A, M. Hevfaberg and. Co Brisbane, merchante, rejecting a proof of debt by the appellant fop the amou.pt qf £732/14/1 The inspector or, trustee rejected the claim on the grqund that the books of the firm of A, M. Hertzberg and Oo. showed that the loan bv Miriam Hertzberg to the firm had been repaid. Mr. E. T. Real (instructed by Messrs. Tully and Wilson) appeared for the ...

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GOOD FIELDS. Congoola for Steeple. MELBOURNE HUNT CLUB (From Our Special Representative.) MELBOURNE, August 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 29 August 1933

GOOD FIELDS. Congoola for Steeple. -? MELBOURNE HUNT CLUB (From Our Special Representative.). MELBOURNE, August 28. Under the auspices of the Melbourne Hunt Club a nine-event programme will bo decided at Moonee Valley on Wed- nesday, commencing at 1.15 p.m. The Clyde Welter Handicap will be decided In three heats and the Tally Ho Handi- cap in two Whltsomo should be very hard to beat in the Lyndhurst Handicap Henare, cue of the best hurdlers of his day, .Is booked to reappear in the' Ardsley Steeplechase. This will be his first outing since he ran unplaced in the Port Phillip Hurdle Race at Williamstown In June, 1931, Henare la going well on the track, lind may gain a place, but the event should be won by Royal Challenge. The divisions of the Tally Ho Handicap may bo won by Watchful and Blue Chequer. Congoola looks the pick of the field In the Hunt Steeple. SELECTIONS, TALLY HO HANDICAP (First Divis- ion).-Watchful or Kaoota. SECOND DIVISION.-Blue Chequer or Green Moth. STRATHAIRD T...

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