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KEEN FIGHTS. U.S.A. NATIONAL DOUBLES. BROOKLINE (Mass.), August 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933
KEEN FIGHTS. U.S.A. NATIONAL DOUBLES. BROOKLINE (Mass.), August 28. Qulst and Turnbull (Australia) and l,ott and Stoeffen played 13 games in the second semi-final of tho national doubles cham- pionship to-day, and then play was' post- poned owing to the poor visibility. The Americans won the first set 6-4, but the Australians led 2-1 In the second set, when play ended for the day. The venue of the match was the Long- wood Cricket Club's courts at Chestnut Hill. Turnbull served first. Lou was the first to loso his service in the fourth game, although the Americans stood 3-0. It was a hard fought game, going to 10-8 and giving the Australians a 3-1 lead In games. Tho Americans returned the compliment, accounting for Turn bull's service In the next game. Turn- bull now changed his1 footwear for spiked shoes, and the match was played under lowering skies. The Americans evened tho score at 3-3 on Stoeffcn's ungcttable service. The Americans, playing brilliantly at the net, and keeping th...
BANKRUPTCY COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933
BANKRUPTCY COTJBT. Henry Charles Archer and Arthur. Beck, who had been carrying on busi- ness as furniture manufacturers at Chester Street, Valley, under the firm name of Archer and Beck, appeared before the Registrar in Bankruptcy (Mr. O. E. Troyahn) in the Federal Bankruptcy Court yesterday for public examination. They were adjudicated bankrupt on May 22, 1933. Mr. R. G. Little appeared for the Official Receiver; and Mr. T. B. Stephens appeared for both debtors. Examined by Mr. Little, Archer . stated that in his statement of affairs he had shown that the firm of Archer and Beck, at date of bankrutcy, had a' total deficiency of £3930/15/8. The firm commenced business in 1014 with a capital of about £300. The profits in recent years (excluding wages of partners) were: 1927, £1160; 1928, £1066; 1929, £1209; 1930, £1218; 1931. £430; 1932, £250; 1933. up to date of bankruptcy, about £200. The fcwo partners divided practically the whole of the profits, and did not build up any reserves...
SCULLING TITLE. PEARCE TO RACE AS PROFESSIONAL ON SATURDAY. When Bob Pearce races Ted Phelps in Canada on Saturday for the world's professional sculling championship, he will use a boat weighing only 29 pounds. Bob himself weighs 13st. 11lb. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933
SCULLING TITLE. PEARCE TO RACE AS PROFESSIONAL ON SATURDAY. When Bob Pearce races Ted Phelps in Canada on Saturday for the world's professional sculling championship, lie will use a boat weighing only 29 pounds. Bob himself weighs 13st. 111b. All Pearce's boats have been marvels of construction. Just Imagine a craft built of l-16th of an Inch cedar plank- ing, with a mere 12',iin. beam, and 6',iln. depth amidships, yet capable of standing up to the strain of 40 strokes to the minute, when each stroke bends the sculls like willow wands. The length of the modern outrigger, 27 feet, Is considerably less than that of the types favoured by the old champions such as Searle, Stanbury, and Beach, who used craft 32 feet long. Chris. Nellsen, who In his time rowed against all the champions of the world, except Beach, was the first to exploit what became known as the "stump outrigger," which had a length of only 24ft. 61n. overall. Nellsen found that such reduction In length produced a better ...
HEDLEY PARK ENTRIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933
HEDLEY PARK ENTRIES. The following nominations have been received for coursing at Hedley Park to- morrow:-Writtle Coombe, Acaclason, Acacia Rose, First Bloom, Fluke's Pride, Garrison, Bravo Boy,f~Betty Bell, Kash mlre, Jean Beaufort, rt "Oindell's Express, Athlone, Good News," Larwood, Dinna Girl, The Dud, Yumbunna vGreat. Well Done, Friendship, Humdor, >. Cavalier, Flying Maid, First Magician, Flying Barney, Baby Rae, Black Streak, Malachi. Hefty Jim, Dashln. Rubtanna, Kilmaine, Circus Andy, King Pole, Last Acacia, Tango Lad, Wan- doo, Bonnie Ponderer, Talishman, Blaze away, Lady Robin, Prince B., Sparkling Corana, Mlngon, Minetta, First Bid, Care- less Lady, The Black Joke, Colour Bar, Field Girl, Pondering Cawber, Golden Australia, The Black Knight, Rubberneck, Cast Off, Pearl White, Miss Knight, Hard Luck, Sir Lorne, Marlon Force, Grand March, Te Kulti, Chast Boy, Peggy O'Nell, Sir Roy, New Town Boy, Castlegate, Kil- rae, Bonfire, Auburn's Choice, Fleeting Memory, Bones Gift,...
CATHOLIC ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933
CATHOLIC ASSOCIATION. Last Sunday's play In the Queensland Catholic Tennis Association's fixtures was confined to those teams which had won their semi-finals on the previous Sun- day. Next Sunday teams entitled to do so will exercise their right of challenge. The first grade final was won by Klngsdown No. 1 from C.B.O.B.A. White. The former will play tho minor premiers, C.B.O.B.A. Blue. In the challenge final next Sunday. In Bl, there was a very close match between KnocKrelgh No. 3 and Victorys, tho former prevailing by a narrow margin. Carltons hold the right of challenge In this section. In B 2, St. Patrick's played brilliant tennis to defeat the minor premiers, St, Anthony's. These team« wiu meet again in the challenge final next Sunday, Ren raws wero too strong for St. Columban'i In B3 grade, although Munro and Hous- ton played splendid tennis for the losing side. Renraws are now premiers, having previously won the minor premiership. St. Anthony's, who held the right of challeng...
KAIETA SAFE. Men's Metropolitan Fixtures. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933
KAIETA SAFE. Men's Metropolitan Fixtures. As a result of their defeat of City View, Kaieta are now safe for the Men's Metro- politan badge grade premiership. Langmead was prominent for the win- ners", defeating Lade 6-4 In the 'singles, and, associated with Churven, holding the doubles 6-5. 6-4. The postponed badge grade game be- tween Toowong and Light Blue resulted in a victory for Toowong by l8 games. They toole command from the start, and Were never In arrears. A. Rochat, in the B grade singles, won every game from E. Morris, while H. Glancy easily defeated R, Hartigan 8-0, 6-1.
Henry George Principles. TO THE EDITOR OF THE COURIER-MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933
Henry George Principles. Sir,-In a recent letter Mr. E, S. Argash asked, "Can any present or- ganisation . . . offer a solution to these problems ? " The problem to which Mr. Argash refers is the problem of presenting all those disastrous results which he enumerated. To that ques- tion there is only one reply. "Yes, there is an organisation that can offer the solution. The Henry George League can do so. Pitty years ago Henry George went deeply and carefully into that problem and found the cause why so many of God's people are living from hand to mouth in this rich world to be the intercepting of His bounty by privileged persons, who are allowed to own the land which is the source of all production. Henry George also found the remedy, which, in a nutshell, is-to collect the annual value of all the land into the public treasury and at the same time abolish all taxation. Major Douglas evidently knew nothing of this or he would not have needed to write his book, which, without going to ...
HOCKEY CHAMPIONS. BACKS OUTSTANDING. For the second year in succession Queensland has annexed the Noall Shield, which carries with it the hockey championship of Australia, and Queensland hockey enthusiasts have good reason to feel proud of their representatives. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933
HOCKEY CHAMPIONS. BACKS OUTSTANDING. For the second year In succession Queensland has annexed the Noall Shield, which carries with It the hockey championship of Australia, and Queensland hockey enthusiasts havo good reason to feel proud of their representatives. Queensland's record In all-Australian carnivals Is an enviable one. Its win In the final In Sydney last year was fully deserved, tho young State side, captained by Col. Connie, surprising Southern critics by Ita displays. The chances oí the players In the carnival Just con- cluded were considered good. In view of the fact that several of the State's best players, who had .been unable to make tha Sydney trip last year, were available. Western Australia, who came to Queens- land with a great reputation as a. for- midable side, and captained by the veteran Internationalist, Dr. Tregonnln¿, wero expected to extend Queensland, and the stocks of the local players dropped when that side scored a convincing vic- tory over the young ...
FRED AND WALTER. EARLY MEETING OF LINDRUM BROTHERS. The news that Fred. Lindrum is practising again will be interesting to Queensland billlardists, if only for the purpose of reviving memories of a great player. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933
FRED AND WALTER. EAELY MEETING OP 1INDBUM BROTHEES. (By F.R.). The news that Fred. Llndrum I* practising again will be interesting to Queensland bilUardlsts, if only for tho purpose of reviving memories of ft great p'ayer. Whether Fred's eye and touch will be as sensitive and as acute as a decade ago Is another matter, and, much as one can admire a champion fighting to the death, It will probably be found that nature had exacted full ton, according to age. Walter, the younger brother, follows In the Illustrious Une, and there Is still the youngest Llndrum coming on. What a sweep of the championships the two oldest brothers made. Their names aro cnscrolled on practically every champion- ship board In the contesting rooms of the Empire, and to that extent Australia has received an advertisement, both sporting and personal. When Walter and Fred met Just 10 years ago in an exhibition match there was that cheerlness In the exchanges of bonhomie that Indicated that the brothers were* brot...
Mrs. N. S. Pankhurst. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933
'Mrs. N. S. Pankhurst. Mrs. Norma Sybil Pankhurst, who died suddenly at Sandgate last week, was the wife of Mr. C. W. Pankhurst. She was the daughter of Mrs. Henry Smith, and the late Mr. Henry Smith, who was for many years Clerk of Petty Sessions. Mrs. Pankhurst Is survived by her husband and four children. The Interment took place in the Lutwyche Cemetery.
Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933
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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933
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N. SUBURBS PLAY. D Grade Honours to Richmond Red. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933
N. SUBURBS PLAY. D Grade Honours to Richmond Red. Defeating Wyambi by 11 gamea, Rich- mond Red won the D grade premiership final of the Northern Suburbs Association. The victory was largely due to the ex- cellent play of F. Cox and his son, who returned 18-11 and 18-6 respectively. Mrs. Gudenswagor and H. Stephan were the 'pick of the Wyamba players. Tournament results were i-A grade, mix- ed doubles: F. Ives-Miss, E. Williams. B grade men's double, second heat: Faloon Jardine. Mixed doubles, final: T. Kyle Mrs. Kyle. O grade, men's singles, final: H. Rodway. D grade, men's singles: H, Redfern, Mixed doubles: p. Lawrence Mrs. Smith. The tournament draw for saturday Is:-A grade, mixed doubles (semi-final), on Richmond court, at 1.30 p.m.; P. Ives Miss E. Williams v. H. M'Donald-Mre. Gudenswager. C. grade, ladles' singles (final), on Richmond court, at 2.15 p.m.: Mrs. Moore v. Miss L. M'Kerlhan. A grade, mixed doubles (final), an Richmond court, .at 3 P.m.: F. Kearney-Mrs. Smith v. wi...