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

FARMING, PASTORAL PROPERTIES. Cheap Prepaid Rates: 12 words 1/ per inset lion; each additional 6 words Ua. Limit 103 words (l8 lines). _ A.-We specialise In farming properties; It will be to buyers' advantage to con. suit an old-established firm of l8 years standing. Our big list will be of Interest to you; we also arrange exchange of properties; sellers, please list with u« If you want the best results. Nagel and Company. Nat.onal Bank Chrs. (next Fln ney's). Queen Street. A .A.A.-Darimg Downs, wheai and dalry farms, all sizes and prices to suit every Inquirer. Yeates Bros. Ltd , aue tloneers. Toowoomba and Dalby. AGRICULTURISTS and selectors, sine labour by using explosives for tree blasting, subsoillng. Macmillan and Co.. Charlotte Street, near George Street A Special 1000 ac. Downs farm, 400 cul- tivated, 70 lucerne, 160 wheat, 70 oats Creek 3 sides, beautiful home, 13 rooms, superior Improvements-100 «at- tie, 6 horses, large plant, tractor, milking machines, £8/10/ acre, going...

Publication Title: Courier-Mail, The
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Sporting Intelligence. Turf Topics. By "THE HARVESTER." [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 29 August 1933

Sporting Intelligence. Turf Topics* By " THE HARVESTER." . The acceptances for to-morrow's meeting of the Brisbane Amateur Turi Club are due at noon to-day. Spring Races. Although a number of spring candi- dates displayed excellent form at War- wick Farm on Saturday, the Brisbane market was very quiet yesterday, and no business of any consequence was transacted. The price wired from Syd- ney about Chatham's chance appears to be too good, according to what some of the local bookmakers say, and they were not inclined to do business. Chatham's win was so one-sided, and he defeated such a collection of good horses, that he really ought to be one of the favourites, but apparently ¿orne of the Southern racegoers still regard the horse as belonging to the "musicians' union." By that it is meant that the horse is a "whistler," but he made no mistake on Saturday. It might also be remembered that he made short work of the Epsom last year, and one of the candidates lie gathered up smartly two ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Q.T.C. ENTRIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 29 August 1933

Q.T.C. ENTRIES. The following nominations have been received lor the meeting to be held at Ascot on Saturday, September 9, 1933: TRIAL HANDICAP. 7 furlongs.-Boro polls. Lady Brindabella, Colosseum, Good. Tale, John Spear, High. Opinion, Wyben, Bachelor's Solo, Some Idea, Moorenbar, Merrlo, Happy Bachelor, Best Eiffel, Tweedspear, Bachelor's Echo, Tallis, High coe, Edgelt, Flying Marvel, Meleager, Sir Porella, Koree, Nellabar, Bachelor Prince, La Perouse, Star Scholar, The Member, Ambachllles, Miss Rosard, .Cap- tain John, Beau Cello, Bachlan, Talvcz, El Joven. , OPEN HANDICAP, 6 furlongs.-Real Flyer, Soft Step, Will Yet, Sun Eagle, Taras, Ocean Force, Prince Jed, Eukaross, Petrol Lager, Folmanla, Onelda, Sweet Bint, Bowery, Taragoola, Noel Soldat, Strongbird, Credence. SEPTEMBER HANDICAP, 1'/« miles. Rivalll, Amble Boy, Soulton, Brown Force, Prince Seremond, Kelloshiel, Merry-Bach- elor, Beau Don, High Exchange, Bachelor's Ad., Aleunott, Gleemond. NOVICE HANDICAP, 1 mile.-Indian Fak...

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MR. EDWARD DONALD. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 29 August 1933

MR. EDWARD DONALD. Mr. Edward Donald died on August' 20 at his home at Aspley, near Bris- bane, at the agi of 05 years. For the past few The late Mr. Edward Donald. months the late Ml". Donald had livort in semi-re- tirement on his fruit farm. Foy many years he hRd been associ- ated with the butter industry, and in the early clays of his career was the joint owner of a butter factory at Wood- end, ipswich, with his brother John (since deceased), Later he entered the service of the Queensland Farmers' Co-operative As- sociation Ltd., at Booval, and was eventually appointed manager of the company's factory at Grantham, where lie remained for several years. From Qrantham Mr. Donald, went to Goom- bungee as manager of the Goombun- gee Oo-pperative Dairy Association's factory in that centre, and later, when the Goombungee Co, merged into the Downs Co-operative Dalry Associa- tion Ltd, he stayed on under the new management as manager of the Goombungee branch,. He is, sqrylvpd by his widow...

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

PUÑOS, MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. Cheap Prepaid Rates: 12 words 1/ per insertion: each additional 6 words 6d. Limit 108 words (l8 linos). A .-Beale piano player, glorious tone, £5 ¿X, deposit, 10/ per week, this Is a real bargain, wonderful value, also Regina play- er, £3/10/ deposit,' 9/" per week, splendid value and wonderful tone. The Globe, Stanley St., Newtown, South Brisbane. Wo allow on your piano, gramophone, or wire- less set' In exchange, as deposit. Ring J1446, our expert will call and give you good value._ A.-Pianos, all makes, from 20/ deposit, and easy payments; gramophones in good order, lrom 5/ deposit; also all-elec- tric wireless sets. Ring J1446, The Globe, Stanley Street. Newtown. South Brisbane. STONISH1NG bargains in pianos, from £30, on 30/ dopos.t and 5/ weekly. Carnegies. 210 Queen St. next McKimmlna. T Carnegie's, during August, with player piano, slightly used and new, free, roll cabinet, stool, and 1 year's freo use of rolls. Prices from £75. Carnegies, 210 Que...

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

MONEY. Cheap Prepaid Rates: 12 words 1/ per insertion; each additional 6 words 6d. Limit 108 words (18 lines). A.-Antonini (B. S. Wortold, manager), Pawnbroker, 275 Brunswick St., Valley Corner. Advances on jewellery, &c. B5271. A Quick loan, £3 to £50 on furniture, pianos (without possession), personal security, easy repayments, low interest, no commission, private, confidential, Brisbane Finance Agency. North Quay._ A. Antoninl (B. 8. Worfold, manager), Pawnbroker, 275 Brunswick-street, Valley Corner. Advances £1 to £50 on Jewellery, etc. 'Phone B5271._ A.-Mönoy to lend, reasonable interest, easy repayments, strictly confiden- tial. D. H. Hensley, Conveyancer, Nat- ional Bank Chambers. Fourth floor, room 428, hext Finneys, Queen Street, Brls bane. Tel. B5460._ B. Harris and Sons, established 70 years. £1 lent for 6d. on diamonds and jewellery. Money also lent on articles of every description, 187 Edward-street, next A.M.P. Tel. B4243._ B. F. Canniffo. F.F.I.A., conveyancer...

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STOCK SALES. BULLOCKS SCARCE. Mutton Realises 9d. per lb. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 29 August 1933

STOCK SALES. BULLOCKS SCARCE. Mutton Realises 9d. per lb. The master butchers report that 537 cattle were yarded at the stock salea conducted at the Cannon Hill abattoir yesterday. The yarding consisted chtofly of cows, with very few bullocks showing; only about four pens of prime bullocks bolng Included In the yarding. Best bul- lock beef realised 22/ to 23/, and cow beef Bold at 19/ to 21/. A total of 2840 sheep were penned, mutton sold at 3',4d. to 33,4d. per lb., with odd pens dearer. Some very prime lambs were offered in a yarding of 230, which sold to 9d. per -lb.; the balance of Inferior quality sold at tower rates, The mutton and lamb prices are plus skin values. BROKERS' REPORTS, The Brisbane Pat Stock and. Produce Brokers' Association furnished the follow- ing report on the sales of fat stock held at Cannon Hill yesterday: CATTLE-537 cattle were yarded, The offering came principally from nearby and coastal areas, odd drafts noticeable from Central dis- tricts and the Downs...

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MINING NOTES. RUSH FOR GOLD SHARES. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 29 August 1933

MINING NOTES. RUSH FOR GOLD SHARES. Following or» the sharp upward move- ment In overseas price of gold, all stocks under this heading enjoyed a day of buoyant and active trading on the Bris- bane Stock Exchange yesterday. Buying was animated and prices quickly soared until new high levels were reached in several stocks, the movement being sus- tained tu the end, Trading was spread over a çood range of stocks, the price fluctuations for one day being the most substantial for some time. On a, strong rise oí 2/6 to 95/6 for Bulolo Gold, buyers were unable to locate any sellers. After a small lot of Golden Mile had sold at 4/3, buyers offered to 4/4 for further sup- plies, with sellers then asking 4/6, a Btrong advance to 24/6 for Golden Plateau finding sellers asking 25/3. Placer Devel- opment received Inquiry 15/ above the previous day at £14/2/6, but sellers held out for £14/10/, the placing of a parcel of Now Guinea Goldfields at 0/114 show- ing an Improvement of 4,,i>d, closing...

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

Cuticura Healed Rash on Little Boy's Face and Legs "My little boy had a rash which ap- peared on his face in blotches and on his legs which, from the thighs to the knees, were very red and inflamed, and he could not bear his clothes on him. The irri tation caused him to scratch and as the skin was so tender he used to make it bleed. He became very restless in his sleep. "Then the doctor told me to use Cuti eura Soap and Ointment and I sent for a free sample. I purchased more and after using them the rash disappeared and he was completely healed." (Signed) Mrs. Hartas, 141 Campbell St., St. Peters, N. S. W. Make Cuticura Soap and Ointment your every-day toilet preparations and have a clear, sweet skin, soft, smooth hands, and a healthy scalp with good hair. A world-famous and dependable treatment for the skin and hair. Cuti- cura Talcum is fragrant and refreshing, an ideal toilet powder. Soap Is., Ointment Is, and 2s. Talcum Is. 3d. Sample each free. Address: "R.Towns & Co.,S...

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BOAT SWAMPED. Fisherman Drowned. SYDNEY, August 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 29 August 1933

BOAT SWAMPED. Fisherman Drowned. SYDNEY, August 28. A fisherman was drowned, and his companion was rescued near Bondi, to-day, when their boat was swamped in a treacherous sea. The man who was drowned was. John Clunie, aged 32 years, of Trafal- gar-street, Bronte. The other fisher- man was William Ballingall, aged 53 years, of the same address, who, after clinging to a floating oar, was rescued by Neville Carroll, a Bondi life-saver.

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TRADE AND FINANCE. Mining Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 29 August 1933

TRADE AND FINANCE. Mining Notes. In future mining notes and news will be published under a separate heading, included will be Stock Ex- change operations and reports from mining companies. The Dollar Weakens. The dollar in relation to sterling has again weakened, the quotation in our cable message to-day being 4.62 dols, to the £, compared with 4.56 dois, op August 24. The movement is especially interesting, as under normal conditions it was sterling that slipped at this time of year owing to seasonal buying by Britain and the necessity for providing for payments in the United States. Certainly Britain will have to pay much less this year than last for her exchange. Concurrently the exchanges of the countries still on the gold standard have been strengthened - France, Germany, Hol- land, and Switzerland. The financial writer of the London "Daily Tele- graph," in commenting on the situa- tion, suggests that the British Ex- change Equalisation Fund has ap- parently been suspended in a...

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WON WELL. SUNNY BEAUFORT. COURSING AT ROCKLEA. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 29 August 1933

WON WELL. SUNNY BEAUFORT. COURSING AT ROCKLEA. There was a record attendance at the meet.ng or tho Rocklea Coursing Club yesterday afternoon. Nine courses were decided. Hares ran strongly, and some close finishes resulted. A feature of the meeting was the success of dogs not fancied in the betting. In winning the third course Sunny Beaufort showed a fine turn of speod. He conceded his livals three to 12 yards' start, and reached the Judge with two lengths to spare. Details: FIRST COURSE-MEDIUM FLYER (V. Russell's) bd b., by Flying Footsteps Medium Choice, 3 yards, 1; Fire Fly (Richardson and Stlmson's) blk.d., by Fireworks-Pet, 1 yard, 2. Other staiters: Auburn Again (se:.), Br.lllant Star (2 yards), First Bid (2), Miss Thrill (3), Faithful Messenger (5), Captain Dick (5). No scratchings. Won by a length. Time, lGscc. SECOND COURSE-TANGO LAD (A Hauffs) f.d. by Tango-Miss Welcome, 3 yards, 1; Chum's Pick (C. Flynn's) f.d, by Chum o' Mine-High Tension, 4 yards, 2. Other starters: Hard...

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EPSOM CHOICE. Bronze Hawk Holds Place METROPOLITAN DOUBLE SYDNEY, August 28. Out of the confusion into which spring prospects were thrown at Warwick Farm on Saturday, B[?]onze Hawk emerges still as the Epsom favourite, but the bulk of the business to-day centred on Chatham and Bold Boy for the mile and Peter Jackson for the Metropolitan. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 29 August 1933

EPSOM CHOICE. Bronze Hawk Holds Place METROPOLITAN DOUBLE (By CARDIGAN.) SYDNEY, August 28. Out of the confusion into which spring prospects were thrown at War- wick F'aran on Saturday, Bronze Hawk emerges still as tho Epsom fav- ourite, but tho bulk of tho business to-day centred on Chatham and Bold Boy for tho mile and Peter Jackson for the Metropolitan, The double, Bold Boy and Peter Jack- son, was supported for more than £10,000, and both horses firmed rather sharply. Bold Boy was a natural selection after his great effort on Saturday, but Peter Jackson was not regarded even as a cer- tain visitor to Sydney. Until tho placing of tho commission he was a comparative outsider. Despite his 010, Chatham has moved up to the second line. In tho early busi- ness to-day there was a tendency to discount his Warwick Stakes success, but the longer odds were quickly snapped up, and with Topical he was supported for several thousands. Tho order of favouritism was: EPSOM HANDICAP. 6 to 1 Bronz...

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CANTERBURY PARK WEIGHTS. SYDNEY, August 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 29 August 1933

CANTERBURY PARK WEIGHTS. SYDNEY, August 28. Weights for the Canterbury Park Races ! on Saturday are : BRUSH HURDLE, 2 miles 42 yards. Prince Ter- cian . . .' . The Mirror . Rye tree , . . Clrod . . . . Malvern Star st. lb. st lb. Cuntan . , . li 10 Antique . . . 10 11 Skirmish . . 10 5 King's Prize 9 10 Attenté' ... 9 7 Pyongl ... 9 6 Master Colin 0 5 THREE-YEAR-OLD HANDICAP, 9 fur- longs. Journal . . . Wlndblrd . . Bona Valley Miramond . . Measure . . . Safari . . . Outback , , . Multlgrls , . Pantheon Queen . . . Silky Oak . . Gothllng . . Thaddeus . De Rivoli Mayonnaise Sir Baldwin Lightning March < Arlplles . . Hugo Sun . Hart . . . San Jude . New Love 7 7 Lady Chuckle 7 0 FLYING HANDICAP, 6 furlongs, 9 4 Gift Koroklo . . Multudo . . Loch Garry Orpah . . . Labour Girl Loyal Verde Captlvatlon Erble . . . Gloriole Questionnaire Polydorus . King Pin . Prowler . . Nardale . . Le Touquet Porcia . . Lady Silvlus SEPTEMBER HANDICAP, 11 furlongs. Trollus 3 5 8 4 8 3 7 13 7 13...

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KODA PEN CHOSEN. DARK CHIEF, PORCIA. KENSINGTON MEETING. (By Our Special Representative.) SYDNEY, August 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 29 August 1933

KODA PEN CHOSEN. DARK CHIEF, PORCIA. ? KENSINGTON MEETING. <By Our Special Representative.) SYDNEY, August 28. Koda Pen makes strong appeal for the Kensington Handicap, and Dark Chief and Porcia may be profitable to follow. Short prices will be offered against thom, but any price about a winner Is a good one. Koda Pen has to concedo more than a stone to the rival nearest him in the weights, but the calibre of that opposi- tion is sufficiently weal: to compensate the Weight disadvantage. If Jamieson does not saddle up Koda Pen here Fickle Wallace should bo the winner. ?" Dark" Chief is engaged in the first division of tho Welter Mile, and as he has good form to his credit should ex- perience llttlO'difficulty In winning. Hav- ing his first run for some time at Rose- bery on August '16, Dark Chief made short work of the field lu tho third dhislon of tho Flying Welter Handicap Prince Claro will be the only danger, but he has had two runs in fair com- pany, lately, only to fa...

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SOUTHERN SCRATCHINGS. MELBOURNE, August 2[?]. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 29 August 1933

¡SOUTHERN! , SCRATCHINGS. MELBOURNE, August 23 The following scratchlngs wero an- nounced to-day VATC SPRING MEETING.-Toorak Handicap*. Sir Duninald, Chenar.

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KENSINGTON ACCEPTANCES. SYDNEY, August 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 29 August 1933

KENSINGTON ACCEPTANCES. SYDNEY, August 28. The acceptances for the mooting to OB hold at Kensington on Wednesday ore:- j furlongs (12.30 14.1 HANDICAP, p.m.). Glen Syco . Trelonce . Go By . . . All Pop . . Joan C. . . Queen Beon Princess Beon Miss Reo . 5 ',4 Pacofleld Red Tall . . . My Micky . . Queen Rugby Tiny Lass . . Baverol . . . Hornet . . . . st. lb. 7 5 7 3 3 3 0 0 0 WELTER MILE. First Division (1 p.m.). Prince Claro 9 Dark Chief . 9 Quagga ... 9 Tul Mint . . 8 Verdale ... 8 Australian Bec 8 Mediator . . 8 Lady Mosca Sagacity Hazel Princess 8 Parmlnt . . 8 Ranglad . . 8 Red Moon . . 8 Slow March . 8 Bubalan .... 8 SECOND DIVISION (1.30 pnL). Roman Wall . 8 Cyrus K . . 8 Copious ... 8 Julie Wallace 8 Oslo .... 8 Lady Vamp . 8 College Lass . 8 Allenor . . . Abbott's Lad Gárrula , . . Dilemma . . Oriental Em- blem . . . Better Sense Snowcap ... 8 3 FLYING HANDICAP, 514 furlongs. First Division. (2 p.m.) High Disdain 9 7 Nan Verde , . 7 Labour Girl . 8 11 Lord Byplane 7 Questio...

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WORKERS' COMPENSATION ACTS, 1916-1929. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 29 August 1933

WORKERS' COMPENSATION ACTS, 1916-152D. The Insurance Commissioner. In an ad- vertisement* appearing elsewhere In these columns, rernlnds employers who have not' yet sent In a return of wages pall during the year ended June SO last ni thelr^obllgatlons under tho Workers' Com- pensation Acts, 1916T1020. The time for lodging declarations oí wages for the period expires on August 31, and employ- ers who have not already received a fo^n may obtain one on application to lie-td office, insurance House, Brisbane, brunah offices, or any Clerks of Petty Sessions.

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WOMEN'S HOCKEY. By "BULLY." [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 29 August 1933

WOMEN'S HOCKEY. By "BULLY." A spclal meeting has been called for next Monday night to discuss the pos- sibility of forming a Brisbane sub-associa tlon. Tlie matter l8 one that has been In the minds of some of the executive for many seasons, and the present appeals as an opportune time for the venture. The meeting will bo held In Saint Andrew's club room. City Buildings, Edward Street, The following are the lixtures for Sat- urday:- . . . Graceville.-2 p.m.: Neptunes v. Taxation II., (I. Cribb and B. Schulte). 3 p.m.: O Koy I. v. Metropolitan (S. Somerville and P. Richardson). Marchant Park.-No. 1 field, 2 p.m.: O Kay II. v. Kelvin Grove II. (J. Hyde and E Long). 3 p.m.: Clayfield I. v. Ex- celsior (O'sullivan and K. Wilson). No. 2 field, 2p.m.: Taxation III. v. M'Whlrters (K. Gorbon and D. Clarke). 3 p.m.: Clay- field I. v. 'Varsity II. (M. Marshall and I. Frlzzell). No. 3 field, 2 p.m.: Taxation I. v. Overells I (P. Buckland and C. Han- sen). 3 p.m.: University I. v. Efaint An- dre...

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Special Sporting Supplement: Reviews and Criticism. JUVENILE WINNERS. Queensland Sires Have Fine Record. By "THE HARVESTER." There is an old saying, "The proof of the pudding is in the eating," and owners of brood mares in Queensland, although some of them might not know it, have wonderful opportunities, based on past results, of breeding high-class horses without having recourse to the services of outside sires. The season is right on top of us, and many sires which have been advertised in The Brisbane Courier and will be further advertised in The Courier-Mail have records of outstanding merit. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 29 August 1933

Special Sporting Supplement: Reviews and Criticism. JUVENILE WINNERS. Queensland Sires Have Fine Record. By "THE HÄRTESTES.» There is an old saying, "The proof of the pudding is in the eating," and owners of brood mares in Queensland, al- though some of them might not know it, have wonderful op- portunities, based on past results, of breeding high-class horses without having recourse to the services of outside sires. The season is right on top of us, and many sires which have been advertised in The Brisbane Courier and will be further ad- vertised in The Courier-Mail have reoords of outstanding merit. Apart from questions of pedigree, ana lam liles that BO best together, the man with a suitable mare is often influenced in lavour of tho sire whose progeny race early. Queensland has been fortunate In the respect that several of the best-known sires have been responsible for mary two year-old winners. Two-year-old racing may not bo in tho best interests of the sport, but the man who ra...

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