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Beaudesert Times (Newspaper) - June 23, 1950, Beaudesert, Queensland National Library of Australia j \ motor oils / i Green i chief super Power v / kerosene / Light of the age / Light. Kerosene. At Enright. The Cal Tex distributors. I hold Gates a pay. Ltd. Beaudesert \ i the Home of honest values 1 phone 14. . Box 20. 2 further stocktaking bargains i Bijj for each very Strong knitted towels 49 in. X 26 in. A a few left to Clear at 3/6. \ \ pretty Floral silk scan tees in . Only nicely made at 9/11. Brassiere. To match size 32 in 5 Only at 8/1 l. 5 � a few oddments in milanese rompers and frocks j for the tiny tots. These Are excellent wearers and Good 8 2 washing. I going less than Cost. 2 i oddments in ladies blouses Clearing at greatly reduced prices from 9/6. If a line of boys tartan & Wool dressing gowns were 8 39/11 Clearing at 30/-. 8 also men s tartan & Wool dressing gowns ref diced to 50/-. 8 nicely embroidered Swami under sets 2 or. A antics 8 and one slip Clearing at 32/6 set. G also similar sets with one pair Panteus and slip Clear 8 ing at 25/-. 8 wanted i houses i properties 1 f a f.1ime & 2 list with us. No Sale no charge it buyers waiting. G. Richardson & co. It William Street Beaudesert. 8 commission agents. I goodnews motorists i and intending motorists i \ before making your decision of what 8 i car you Are going to buy be sure that 8 after trying any other makes of cars Jet you wish we invite you to try the 2 famous Peugeot sedans 1 t which has Many excellent features 2 that no other make in its class Range it it has. 2 a we will gladly demonstrate to you without any % Ujj obligation whatever. 8 it the famous Peugeot will give you car i performance with a baby car Economy. 8 for further particulars \ g. Dyer & co. I phone 83. Local agents. X Winter a. I � see Guilfoyle for these special i if chill chasers men s All Wool gloves 6/11 or. In colours of Silver Grey Brown and mid Grey. T men s English Wool scarves. 12/11 a. \ in Maroon Blue and Green with Over Check designs. 5 j cosy Check Felt slippers for men. 14/6 or. J with leather soles and leather stiffened heels. Other Check Felts at 11/3 or. I men s crimean flannel pyjamas. 57/6 or. J in fancy stripes. Made by Weimar for extra Comfort. J t sizes m., o.s., . J j special for the ladies \ Fleecy lined bloomers 3/11 or. J t. In colours Pink and White. Sizes ., w., o.s., ., j x.. \ i kiddies in size 3 Only 1/11 or. I 4 it Cotton interlock bloomers 3/6 or. J 1 in colours Pink and White. Sizes . And Only. \ i Guilfoyle the progressive store Beaudesert. \ Start to be made on boy scouts Den group committee s decision with �258 now in credit in the scouts building fund and ten logs at the Mill ready for cutting up it was resolved at the monthly meeting of the group committee of the 2nd Beaudesert boy scouts group Field on monday evening last to make a Start with the erection of the new scouts Den. In addition to the �258, the of �90 has been promised. This is the result of the special offer of or. R. Ward to donate �10 if nine other persons would do likewise. There Are now nine offers of �10 each and one is required to make up the �100. The committee is hopeful of getting the extra �10 in the very near future thus assuring the �100 which will be required to Purchase material Etc. Your donation will be thankfully received by or. Fred. Heritage chairman or. P. C. All pass treasurer or. L. V. Stringer Secretary or. Laurie Atkinson group scoutmaster or any member of the committee. . Atkinson reported to the meeting that the scouts allotment had undergone a remarkable face the lower Section having been perfectly graded into the shape of an amphitheatre which would suit its purposes admirably. The Rover s hut which is now practically finished has been built at the rear of the site of the proposed scouts Den and represents a valuable asset and a much needed acquisition to the rovers. The meeting discussed the possibility of assisting in the formation of a girl guide movement in Beau desert and efforts Are now being made in this direction. The Secretary reported that As a result of the recent Salvage drive the amount of �21/4/11 had been received from the Sale of the Sal Vage. There still remains a Good collection of bottles Etc. To be Dis posed of and it was decided to have a working Bee next saturday 24th june to sort out and dispose of the remainder. In his monthly report . L. Atkinson stated that the keen in Terest in All sections of the group was being maintained and the training was up to a very satisfactory Standard. Elsewhere in this Issue Rover scout Leader g. F. Mavor has contributed an outline of the activities of the rovers and scouts at their recent Camp at the . Camp at Lamington on the King s birthday week end. It was decided to hold the annual meeting on monday i9th july and also suggested that the next District local association meeting which is to be held at Tamborine be held on saturday 29th july. The rovers sought permission to conduct a Street stall on saturday 1st july and permission was granted. It was also decided to organise a dance to be held in the . Rest rooms next month. Members present at the meeting were or. Fred. Heritage chairman messes. W. Blunck c. Timms r. Ward o. Cox Warren t. Spend and l. V. Stringer Secretary. Scouters present were . L. Atkinson . G. F. Mavor . N. Spillane a.. A. Potts . G. Cavell and . A. Mcdonald. The committee gratefully acknowledges the following donations mrs. W. Brewster proceeds of card party �11/15/- or. R. L. Harrison �1 Bill Walker Sale of bottles�1/6-6 mrs. W. Downes Jar. 7/6 mrs. N. Bell 5/-. St. Thomas Guild proposed fete when the monthly meeting of St. Thomas ladies Guild was held last week members of country guilds attended and the main business dealt with was the arrangements for the Garden party and fete to be held in of. Tober in the management of which All guilds in the Parish will take part. Those present were mesdames h. W. Griffiths president. A. Fer Guson e. Upton j. N. Gardiner s. T. Triberg Salisbury e. Win Nett p. Mitchell and t. Jurd Hon. Secretary. Members of the Veres Dale Guild present were mesdames r. L. Harrison Walker r. Free Man and misses r. Hassell and c. White. Apologies were tendered on behalf of mesdames a. Dux c. Goodwin e. Pascoe a. Mcdougall r. Brabazon and the Boyland Guild. The Parish was divided into five sections As follows Beaudesert ver Esdale to include Jimbo Omba and District Tamborine Mountain to include Boyland caning a and Tambori Nerat Downey and Tam Rookum to include Hillview and Darlington. The Flower show and cooking Competition was allotted As Rath Downey s responsibility. Jumble stalls will be conducted by Beaudesert Tamborine Mountain and Tam Rookum whilst Beaudesert will also handle the refreshments. Ver Esdale Guild will be responsible for the cake stall and the. ?.\r Ert girls club for the Sweetis. S. P. Mitchell will have charge of the drinks and ice Cream whilst Veres Dale Guild offered to be responsible for the Gold mine and miniature Golf. The . Are to be asked to control children s races fish Pond Etc. " Jose prison s 5 farm machinery. J automotive engineers i j i Anna. �431 9 6 ticket Lucky investor at hibernian races pay eve running into first u place less than half a fur Long from the Post meant a re turn of �43/19/6 to the one in Vestor who held a doubles ticket on the Winner. Of the 207 tickets taken out on the first leg the hibernian Handicap seven were converted to the second leg the sixth division. Gay eve starting at 5/4, jumped out at the Start then dropped Back to third place and at 25 furlongs from Home was with the Tail Enders Indian maid leading the Orn and i Lista. At the turn into the straight Gay eve came up to second place and for some distance ran level with lady Laurine which finished second. This was one of the exciting events at wednesday s meeting of the Beaudesert hibernian race club which although held in unpleasant weather conditions attracted almost average attendance. Fifty nine bookmakers operated. Punters dismayed not so pleased were the punters in the second division of the Maiden Handicap won by Yarlet which started at 12/1, after running last in a previous race in which he started at 5/2. The stewards held an inquiry in which Yarlet s owner or. Wal Ker Trainer Hennesse rider in the first event Campbell and v. G. Dunn apprentice Camp Bell s master were questioned. The lessees of Yarlet t. J. Hennessey and n. Crawford were not at the course and Trainer Hennesse y said he took full responsibility for the horse s running. A close scrutiny was made into Walker s betting transactions. In the event which he won Yarlet was Ridden by f. Cook owing to Campbell having a Plu Vious engagement. The stewards decided they were satisfied Yarlet had been genuinely backed by its connections and that Campbell did his Best but was not Strong enough to ride the horse to Victory. Th6j were satisfied that the horse s improvement was due to the stronger rider. I there was an inquiry into the Rea. Son of Little Friend 20/1 losing ground at the 3i furlongs in the first division of the Maiden Handi Cap. Subsequently f. Reys Riddy. Of Grafton Law which also Start Effi at 20/1 was charged with careless Riding and was suspended for ohe5 month. Among the among the visitors Tor ing was or. Stanley Shannon who acts As judge for All the Melbourne race clubs. A fall rider h. Macfarlane who guided Tom s wish evens in the hibernian Handicap Over a mile received a severe shaking when he fell from his mount after the winning Post was passed. His Stirrup leather broke after Only two furlongs had been covered but he stayed in the Saddle until he attempted to pull the horse up after the race. President pleased monsignor o. B. Steele presi Dent of the club expressed pleas ure with the Success of the meet ing being particularly thankful that the rain which threatened stayed off except for two Light showers during the afternoon. Details of racing Handicap Hack race of �15, 5 fur. First division bulwark d. H. Mcleod s . Simeon s fort Windland 8.4 l. Hone 1 or. Doug a. J. Dodson s . Douglas Hyde 7.12 Byrne 2 fair voyage a. N. Munro s . Jimmy s gift Veremond Mare 8.13 a. Tindall. 3 others cel Denis 9.6, Maori maid 7.4, fairy Road car. 7.0, our Jack car. 7.2. Scratchings Tuan Muda Mazars. Betting evens bulwark 5/2 fair voyage 6/1 cel Denis or. Doug 10/1 fairy Road 20/1 the others. Dividends 14/6, 5/6. Time 1.45. 25 lengths head. Handicap Hack race of �15, 5 fur. Second division version r. C. Crawford s . Verdure Bonny Elsa 7.4 j. Stanfield i Gold son mrs. W. J. Gold s . Seven fifty Melrose 8.4 less 41b. Al. D. Brown. 2 Shorncliff Kou Toupnot s & Ali Babas . Red Eagle country Damsel 7.12 and lib. . F. James. 3 other starter Yarlet car. 7.2. Scratchings Cheque or. Des mond master Frisco stakes. Betting 5/4 Gold son 9/4 shorn Cliffe 5/2 Yarlet 10/1 version. Dividend �1/16/-. Time 1.5. Short head 3 lengths. Maiden Handicap of �30, 5 fur. First division Siren a j. Leighton s . Warenda Palm Laddie Mare 8.8. R. Maddock 1 regal song miss Moore s . Battle song Wise lady 7.13 less 71b. Al. Kevin Best 2 Tosto H. Jack s . Breu ghei Jenera 8.5 r. Bogart 3 others lady Tasman car. 8.7, Tuan Muda 8.10, Grafton Law car. For 5 7.12, Little Friend 8.3, Bonne nou Velle car. 7.13. Betting 6/4 lady Tasman 7/4 Siren a 8/1 Tosto 14/1 regal song Bonne Nouvelle 20/1 the others. Dividends 9/-, 8/-, 4/-. Time 1.5. 1 length 2 lengths. Maiden Handicap of �30, 5 fur. Second division Yarlet t. J. Hennessey s & n. Crawford s . Varalla to Roya Leti 7.7 and 21b. . F. Cook i Snow or h. C. & j. C. Tay Flors . Apple Snow Pavo 8.3 r. Maddock 2 stakes h. D. Haughton s & g. Dunn s . Chatham s f Choice Kerry dance 8.1 less "71b. Al. M. Stanfield. 3 others Wattle Dale car. 8.7, con a tent Sally 8.5, Kitty Pluto 8.3, maharajah 7.1 3, Dunmore lady car. 7.10. R atting 2/1 stakes 3/1 Snow or Wattle Dale constant Sally 10/1 Kyat a Pluto 12/1 Yarlet 14/1 maharajah 20 1 Dunmore lady. Dividends 16/g, 3/6, 3/6. Time 1.45. 15 lengths 5 length. Fifth division Handicap of �80, 6 furlongs student Prince Guy sue tin s . Leolita lady Scho it Ian 9.0 r. Maddock. 1 Ipha Quita d. A. Winters . Cd t Gyne Rizun Linda Ross 7.8 l. A 2 Only scratchings Delhi Lima dec Shaw Dale ". Betting 2/1 on student Prince 7/4 v. Chaquita. Dividend ,6/g. Lime 1,16. 4 lengths. Beaudesert hibernian Handicap of �105, i mile a Sun Law mrs. W. J. Gold s . Aramaic mass Siren 7.0 8/1. W,-.-Singo l Danesse Guy sue tin s . A St. Constant delightful 7.0 and Libs. . R. Maddock 2 Monty s Force a. Strong s y . Force Mernia 9.8 j. Less 51b. Al. F. Clark 3 r others Tom s wish 8.11, Gay companion car. 7.5. Scratchings Felt Force Junior chief i Lista. Betting evens Tom s wish 5/2 Jim Obj a Force 5/1 Danesse 10/1 � Gay companion 15/1 Sun Law. Dividends �2/4/6, 4/-. Time 1.43. J. 5 length 2 lengths. Sixt i division Handicap of �80, a 6 furlongs Gay eve mrs. D. Winten s . V in Knerium lady Spear Felt 8.3 r. Donnelly 1 lady Laurine l. Charters & r p. Everdell s . Laureate a lady forceful 8.2 e. Con of. Quest 2 to festime mrs. P. J. Gilsenen s . Fel crag Tinie o Day 8.4 ?. B. Mclean 3 � others Indian maid. Car. 8.2, the i orc 8.0, i Lista 7.12, Solfast 7.10, 3-rc/y Gwyn 7.9, Bigalow chief car. V7. A. Scratchings Uncle Simon temerity. Betting 5/4 Gay eve 7/2 lady Laurie 7 1 festime Indian maid 10/1 lady Gwyn 14/1 Solfast 20/1 the Orne 25/1 i Lista 50/1 Briga Low chief. Dividends 13/6, 4/6, 12/-. Time 1.14. 2 lengths 2 lengths. Seventh division Handicap of �89, 6 furlongs Harold s pal h. A. Buss . Posterity Tipoti 8.3 a. Tin Dall 1 speaker j. B. Charters . Double remove heckle 7.12 Byrne 2 Young Paul l. Olsen s & h. E. Mortimer s . First Edi Tion Carmelita 8.6 e. Con quest 3 others Young Buck 9.0, Black King 8.6, san Diego 7.9, id Mont 7.0. Scratchings or. Lincoln Gay Paddy Snow Apple Cheque funny land Rose Hebel Tosto. Betting 5/2 Young Paul 7/2 Black King 4/1 Harold s pal Young Buck 20/1 the others. Divi 12/6. Time 1.15. 25 lengths 2 lengths. Proud Story official history of comforts fund mrs. L. Keating As president of the Beaudesert Branch of the australian comforts fund at the closure of the fund has received a copy of proud Story the official history of the . The Book which contains 340 pages printed on High Grade Book paper and cloth hound is Well illustrated and written in a most interesting style. The history was prepared by or. C. O. Badham Jackson under the direction of or. C. R. Mckerihan. The Book is not for Sale Only a limited number was printed and the Book is not available to the general Public except those who Are Able to persuade the fortunate possessors of the few copies to lend it to them. Musical afternoon the members of the methodist ladies Guild conducted a musical afternoon at the residence of or. And mrs. W. Schmidt on tuesday. There was a Good attendance and a pleasant afternoon resulted. Com petitions were won by mesdames l. Keating g. F. Mavor and h. E. Badke and items were contributed by mrs. L. Dauth mrs. R. Dauth and miss Margaret Schmidt. A Dainty afternoon Tea was served after which mrs. Keating thanked mrs. Schmidt for making her Home available for the afternoon and those present for then patronage. Australian country u party rat Downey Branch annual meeting on june 13, the annual meeting � of Rath Downey Branch of the = australian country Queens � land was held. = or. F. A. Salisbury in the chair welcomed or. A. G. Muller m.l.a., e and or. H. Richter chairman of = the Eassifern electorate Council both of whom had driven from = boo nah to be present. � the chairman after welcoming = the following members who had � come to the meeting mrs. F. A. Salisbury mrs. Ralston misses a. � and r. Ralston messes. O. H. My = Intyre Burnett n. Burnett j. � Drynan g. Teese v. Burnett c. To Smith asked for any apologies. These were received from messes. V1 Dimmick j. Lewis j. Price 8 Kroll s. Kroll j. Hardgraves j. G Ralston. 8 the chairman explained the Rea 8 sons for calling the meeting and 2 expressed his disappointment that 8 some members who had been sex petted had been unable to attend. 8 the minutes of the previous meet s ing were read and confirmed on the Ujj motion of or. G. Teese seconded by or. J. Drynan. J the financial statement was then a Given and received on the motion of i or. W. Burnett seconded by or. G. Teese. F there was no correspondence to be dealt with. The general business of the meet \ ing then followed main discussion f being centred around matters to be brought up by delegates at the forthcoming Eassifern electorate Council meeting. Election of officers after thanking the Secretary committee and members for their Loyal support throughout the past year and giving a Brief outline of the work done by the Branch the chairman called upon or. Richter to take the chair. Or. Richter then asked for nomination of officers. This resulted As follows chairman or. F. A. Salis Bury vice chairman or. G. Teese Secretary treasurer. Miss a. C. Rals ton delegates to Eassifern elector ate Council or. F. A. Salisbury and miss a. C. Ralston. Committee the existing committee was re App Kmieci and messes. W. Burnett s and o. H. Mclntyre s names added to these. Address or. Salisbury then resumed the chair and called upon or. Richter to address the meeting. After thanking the Branch for their invitation to the meeting or. Richter expressed his appreciation of the work done by the Branch. He said that a meeting of the Eassifern electorate Council had been held in Rosewood prior to the state elections As that was the new portion of the Eassifern electorate however meetings of the Council would Gen Eralio be held in boo nah. Or. Richter said it was Gratifying to see that a United front was be ing presented by the anti socialist parties. Before concluding or. Richter urged members to maintain their interest in and support of the Branch. The chairman then asked or. Muller to address those present. Or. Muller said he was most i grateful for the Opportunity to at tend the meeting and he wished to thank members personally for their splendid support. He said his sin j Cere thanks were due to or. Richter and the executive of the Eassifern j electorate Council who had done an excellent Job and had facilitated his j going to other electorates. Or. Muller then gave a most in j Teresing and informative address j regarding his Central Queensland j tour during which he visited both j Peak Downs and Blair Athol. He commended the splendid Job being done by or. Menzies and or. Fad Den in connection with the anti i communist Bill. Other subjects mentioned by or. J Muller were the free Medicine scheme and Tariff recently imposed on Rayon goods also a Survey of i overseas markets. J when or. Muller resumed his seat the chairman called upon or. Teese to propose a vote of thanks to the speakers. In doing so or. Teese said everyone had much a i predated the valuable information gleaned from the remarks of both or Muller and or. Richter. Tire chairman said he seconded those words and called upon All present to carry the vote by acclamation this was done with great enthusiasm. Before the close of the meeting the following Resolution was passed that telegrams be sent to or. Menzies and or. Faddin expressing our appreciation of the splendid Fig lit they Are putting up in connection wit i important legislation now before the carried unanimously. Or. Muller thanked the chairman for his untiring efforts on behalf of the party. The chairman said he appreciated or. Midler s remarks. The meeting closed at 11 . Communism and christianity owing to heavy rain on Sun Day night the Rector of St. Thomas the Rev. H. W. Griffiths did not deliver i s second address in the series communism and therefore it does not appear in today s Issue. Day of Chicks Blue Draper & Joe Saragossi f. Announce the opening of the a Beaudesert electric � registered hatchery unsexed Price per 100 50 25 12 � White leghorn. �4 �2/2/0 �1/2/6 12/6 � Austral rps �4/5/ �2/5/. �1/5/15/ = Rhode Island reds �4/10/ �2/7/6 �1/7/6 17/6 � . X leghorn �4 �2/2/6 �1/2/6 12/g � All Stock blood tested by government expert. = so Book your order now for season commencing june. � Chicks available every monday at Joe Saragossi s residence Zzz Jane Street phone 252 or 264. � . Furniture at isl Barretts 1 4ft. Gin. And 3ft. Gin. Silky Oak and Walnut veneer 2 2 bedsteads at �9/9/10 and �7/18/2. I Silky Oak combination wardrobe and dressing a table at �10/15/6. 5? White Pine Kitchen chairs curved and Square backed Ift 5 at 21/6 each. 2 it Silky Oak Telephone tables at �4/15/-. 2 1 i look just arrived first Post War stocks \ 2 4h. Gin. And 3ft. Gin. 5" triple wire Lesii rolled Edge \ s mattress wires at 50/9 and 38/3 each. S 2 4ft. Gin. Stables and rolled Edge wire mattresses it 8 3ft. Gin. And 3ft. I double wire mesh mattresses. 2 1 hurry while they last. 8 Cotton and Fibre mattresses always in Stock. 2 2 consult Ift Barrett s i d the furniture people i for All your needs. Last week Enright i i stocktaking clearance x Sale ends on sat., 1st july f \ look at these i last week specials 8 table of oddments \ men s shoes 8 usually 33 9 to 51/-. P wow 21 or. Table of oddments it ladies shoes f now 19 6pr. I v ,. 2 2 men s suede finish Flannelette Telaco Perm Abelt 8 pyjamas. Special 24/9. P oddments in men s lounge shirts. Fused and i soft Collar styles. To Clear 16/11 a. T i English Brunfelt floor covering usually 7/1 1 t Yard. 6ft. Wide. Now. 6/11 cd. \ floor polishing mops j Complete with handle. T usually 6/11 to 10/9. 5 now 4/6 a. English crockery i Tea pots and hot \ water pots a usually 10/9. \ now 2/6 a. J electric torches 2 cell to Clear 2/11 a. J tin colanders usually 3/3 to Clear lid. A. J j atomizers Large size 4/6to Clear 1/11 a. J j j Fibre roller blinds Brown to Clear 2/11 a. T table of assorted i i s i j dress fabrics i All to Clear. A / cd. B22b3bj look j ladies and j Enright

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