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Burnie Advocate (Newspaper) - July 18, 1936, Burnie, Tasmania National Library of Australia sport sayings and doings by the vet. Roeth coming fixtures. To Day. Danbury Park trotting club i thin. Sorell trotting club Brighton. . Caulfield. Canterbury Park port Adelindo i wednesday. Ballarat minors meet. Bosch ill thursday. Ballarat second Day. Answers to correspondents. Cock Crow Rosebery at this year s . Autumn mooting it band Wick cuddle of Ridden by Maurice m Carton won the Doncaster Handi Cap from cabalist 8.3with barak7.9 third. Illunga a. Knox was successful a. Tho . St. Loger Wykeham to. Pratt was second and Pangaro m m Carton third. The Sydney cup was won by Contact a four year old Bay horse by Marconi Gram Imp air lady with 8.4, and piloted by m. M Carton. Egmont a three year old Brown Colt by Limond Imp imprudence weight d at 7.1, and Ridden by a. Knox was second Spear Princo 4 yrs., by Spear Felt Palo Levonder carrying y.13, with t. Sponcer in Tho Saddle was third. Con tact won by half a head with two lengths botwen second and third. Gold Hod a Chestnut Colt by chief Iuler Imp Orcus Easby Wou Tho . Sires produce stakes from Fidelity and Siron. On easter saturday. In the Champagne stakes Tho following wednesday Gold Rod 9.1starting at 7 to 1 on finished in Tho Ruck Tonga c8.5 winning from Siren and Tormo Login. Tho track Ivas vory heavy Gold Bod not boing Ablo to Handlo the going. Argument Zeehan in his first Melbourne cup Victory 1932 is a three year old Poter pan pantheon Alwina carried 7.0, and was Ridden by w. Duncan. Tho pantheon Chestnut Colt Avon by a neck from. Yarraba 7.3 a. Knox with Shadow King 8.12 e. Baxter third two lengths away Potor pan was Favorito at 4 to 1 agst., Yarraba 20 a and Shadow King 25 s As a five year old Peter pan 9.10 won his second Melbourne cud in 1934 by three lengths from Marcherio 7.2with la Trobo 7.2 a neck away third. Peter pan was piloted by Darby Munro. Sir simper and nightly were joint Favorito at 9 to"2 asst. Potor pan s Price was 14 to 1, Marcherio so to 1, and la Trobo 25 to 1. Tho Favorito sir simper and nightly Woro Tho last two to finish. Fidelity. Acc latest Fidelity was going alone As Well As could to wished but it will be some time Bosforo a do Fruito idea can to formed As to what effect Hei recent injury will have upon her As o proposition. Fidelity two year old Brown filly by constant son Imp Wolverine won i Lio easier plate seven furlongs a a Randwick on easter monday carry ing 0.0. Should be in condition. Fulham will have to to considered Foi Tho australian hurdle and steeplechase double. Hurtle Parker did not Start him in the . Steeple last saturday because he thought that to was not for Ward enough. With Tho work and Rac ing to will get in the a Santimo Ful Ham should to in Good condition. ? in work again. After i spell your Honor has resumed work at Menton Vic under Tho Caro of to. Brongil by who is Tho new Trainer of Brilliant son. In High Tho new zealand horso3 duo to visit Randwick for the Spring meetings Nono is held in higher esteem in Tho Dominion than Tho rising four your old oratory Winner of Tho great nor Thern Oaks in record Timo for Tho track. Silver ring will Raco in Australia in Tho combined ownership of mrs. D Fraser and a. Walton. On the training list. Panto Olio in Sosont to Western Australia after Tho Spring meetings in Melbourne last year is again in work at Perth. To is now being train i by to. J. Kelly. D01�.i� Oisiu favored by Tho for Tho first division of Tho Lambrook trial at Caulfield this afternoon. I Tho Good Oil coastal sport Aro you certain that advertisements in your paper bring results editor absolutely. Why Tho last Timo a Mau advertised a lost dog the dog walked in Whilo Tho Man waa writ ing out the advertisement " a Nico Pilly. Sycophant who recently changed hands at auction in Melbourne is now a member of j. Pearson s working team at Flemington. By windbag from devoted sycophant is a really Nico filly and it will to surprising if Bho does not soon return her Purchase to Noy. First Success Tor seven months. When Ubo Rous beat Tho favorite. Waiking. In the first juvenile at Moore fold . Last saturday to landed a big plunge and also changed Tho Luck of Trainor e. F. Walker. His prior Success was at Randwick last boxing Day. Tuberous now looks like acting to Early Promise. To is a smart looking heroic Colt from Destalo and a raced by mrs. C. Galbraith. Victorian league goal kickers. Mohr St. Kilday. 60 Titus richmond10. 50 Coventry collingwood3 49 Vallence carlton5. 46 e. Hardiman geelong3. 34 Harris Richmond ,31 Pratt South mold2-. 20 Doherty collingwood2. 27 Cassidy North melb6. 25 Nash South mold3 .,25 Prover Essendon. 23 brain South melb4. 23 Glenister geelong1. 22 j. Metherell geelong322 figures nearest names show goals last saturday totals for season Aro on right May be in the Money to Day. Fortuno favored or. G. J. Barton Whon he failed to got Tho reasonable Reserve placed on Jack Horner Whon that Colt was recently offered at Aue i lion in Melbourne. Sinco then Jack Horner has won four races and Moro 1 than double o Tho amount for which he could Havo been purchased. In heavy going in Tho Braybrook Handicap Ono and n half Miles at Flemington last week he made Light of 8.2, and Iii win did not make him liable to to re handicapped for either Tho Caulfield or Melbourne cups in each of which to has 7.11. Winter form does not always work out Well in Tho Spring but Jack Horner now joins Tho Caulfield cup bred in now zealand by or. F. Arm Strong Jack Horner is by Captain Bun by from Cherry pie by Elysian from Cherry Blossom by san fran a Good stator in his Day. As a yearling Jack Horner Cost or. Barton Only 100 guineas. Jack Horner is an acceptor for the Murru Beena Handicap at Caulfield this afternoon. In Epsom and metropolitan. Tho four year old Chestnut gelding Panay Provod himself Well favored in condition by running second to Petit fils in Tho july Handicap at Fleming ton last saturday and that is bound to shorten his Lurico for the . Epsom Handicap. Thero was however nothing special in his Effort Asho had had Only s.o-3 la. Moro than his Epson weight to Tho 9.3 of Petit fils and Tho condition of the track did not favor Tho latter with his weight. Another thing is that Tho fact of Panay being so Forward in condition at present May make it difficult for his Trainer to Havo him in Tho same trim at Tho beginning of october. It is reported that Tho . Metro of Linn is Likely to to Panay s Mission crimps so but to rends bettor in Tho Epsom with 7.11 than the metro Politan with 2 la. Less. To Stop ticket frauds. To prevent forgeries Tho Papor to to used for Tho tickets for Tho Ross Carrol world title fight 5n Sydney in november is being obtained from eng land. Provision has Boon Rando that no additional paper of Tho Type to to used will to sent to Australia for six months. To give victorian and Queensland enthusiasts a Chance to Book 500 of the �5 seats will to retained for Thom. Tho seating plan reveals that there will to accommodation for 2g.o0o inside the Sydney sports ground Fence. A Constitution of strobes a Golding by costello must Haye a Constitution of Iron and a heart As big As a Bullock. Prior to running in Tho trial hurdle at Flemington last saturday he had covered 13 Miles Over hurdles and had also raced of Tho Flat All within six weeks. Two Days after his Groller in Tho grand National he came up smiling for Moro and to got it. Soon fur Longs from Homo s. Carroll Drew Tho whip. Strobes passed Tho Post 3 lengths in front of Tho Shanghan the Bing s three winners. Horses Tho property of King Edward and raced on least by lord Dorby have now won three races. Feola and parity scored at Kempton Park and new Market and Firestone won last month at Yarmouth. Firestone was bred in Franco by Tho late King and is a four year old horse by hot wed from the Buchan Maro sparkling Gem. Fire Stone took charge a Long away from Homo and won Well Over a Milo and a Quarter. No stable Lead. Tho commission reported from Mel Bourne for Salamander and cuddle in Tho Cautho a and Melbourne cups did not emanate from Tho stables concerned. Bailey Payten Trainer of Salamander says no Mission Lias been mapped out for Salamander and in t Likely to to for some time. Corgo Prico reports that no Movo has been mud for cuddly because no Choice of Raco or takes for her will to Mado for it least six or seven weeks. Evidently spec Kors Woro responsible and followers might find Tho Lead false. To Day s Melbourne league matches. Richmond v. Melbourne. South Mcl Journo v. Carlton. Geelong v. Collingwood. Essendon v. Footscray. Hawthorn v. North Melbourne. Fitzroy v. St. Kilda. Games to to played on grounds of first named club. The English Way. I horses who Cross Over in England and Aro Tho subjects of an objection Recovo drastic treatment. At Man Chester last month in the �2000 Boyal Standard stakes precipitation won rather comfortably but an objection was lodged on behalf of the second horse it Altissimo. Precipitation a big Long striding Fel Low was inclined to run Green and two furlongs from Bomp veered out from the rails and then Back again. Tho stewards decided that to was not the requisite two Longrus in front and it Altissimo was awarded the race. The hard part for Tho connections of precipitation was that under Tho rules to waa disqualified for the race automatically being placed last. The Only Crumb of Comfort was that Tho exports agreed that he won so Well and was so liable to improve that to would soon make ample do payment. Tho second prize at Manchester was �200. Tho distance of hurdle races. Quito Good three year Olds Aro raced in Langland in Brush hurdle Racos in Tho Early part of the National Hunt season while 4-Ycar-old hurdle Racos Carly in Oach now year Aro Quito a feature. Some time ago Tho National Hunt com Mittee had a proposed alteration to its rul09 that no hurdle Raco to of less distance than two Miles. Recently How Ever this was withdrawn and Milo and a half events will still to provided for Tho Young jumpers. Silver ring for Sydney. Silvor ring is to Leavo new zealand for Sydney on August 1, and will have a Raco acc Warwick farm prior to being asked to take on Tho Best at Rand Wick. Arter that Silver ring will go to Flemington for the Melbourne cup in which to has 0.4, and in View of Tho manner in which to stayed on in his Woight for age engagements at the last autumn mooting at Randwick there is Hopo for him in Tho cup. Jockey a. E. Ellis who was associated with Silvor. Ring in Tho autumn will go to Sydney of for Tho now Zea land grand National meeting in the Middle of next Mouth and to will again do the Riding. L. J. Ellis May also go Over at the Samo time to fulfil Riding engage ments. _ i Caulfield jumping double. Fancied candidates. Australian hurdle rage. Three Miles and a Quarter and 20 Yards. Run saturday August 1. Pooley Bridge Tull charge cold Spring Brilliant son sixteen Annas Dali australian steeplechase. About three Miles and a half. Run saturday August 8. Santa Casa strobes Al dam Royal Draconic sixteen Annas Welbeck old timers swear by it. It is an old fashioned idea but old timers swear by it placing Tho skin of a freshly killed shop Over the loins of a horse to loosen Tho Muscles up. Or. J. P. Devine believed in its Effi Cacy too Bee also on Tho morning the Day prior to Tho . Grand National steeplechase last saturday at Fleming ton to visited Tho abattoirs and secured Tho skin and applied it to Santa Casa. You can it when Tho Muscles got hardened and taut after intensive training Tho Lessee Trainer of the National steeplechase Winner avers. More Derby finance. According to English reports c. Smirk received a re Ninor of k�2500 from Tho Aga Khan and Tho agreement before Tho Dorby that the present in the vont of Mahmoud winning was to be �1000. Incidentally the owner refutes the statement that Smirk elected to ride Mahmoud rather Mahmoud was selected As Smirk s mount. It is estimated that Mahmoud s value before Tho English Derby was �10,000 and �35,000 afterwards. As his sire Blenheim was sold for �50,000 last week the Figuro might not to far astray. A pleasing performance. I Tho first of this season s yearlings going against Tho watch it Flemington was Hua Tho Bay Colt by heroic from1 Gladioli in James Scobie s Stablo. The youngster waa timed to run two fur Longs on Tho big Sand in 20 1-4 see., Winch was a most pleasing perform Anco. Hua was purchased by Scobie at Tho last Sydney yearling sales for 750 guineas nud to will carry Tho colors of or e. E. D. Clarke. A Cricket Story. Tho King of games written by Frank Woof boy prominent English cricketer was Given Wido preliminary advertisement by Tho selection to Mado of a world s team and Tho comm outs on it that illumined the press of seve ral cricketing countries when Tho Oleviou was made known. Tho Woolley Book is Good. It is grip Ping. It abounds in Good stories through which flows no atom of venom. Naturally he brings into experiences in Australia. Hero is Ono that shows How easy to can toll a Story against his Captain without a croak or creating a rankle. My first tour in Australia was Hall marked for me by Tho fact that during its course i made my Only score of Over 300 runs. Concerning which Thuro is rather an amusing Story. J. Do not know if All Tho Young professionals of to Day would sound or have any experience of Tho Severo schooling which1 Young professionals had in my younger lays. It has to to remembered that j t had played for England six times to j Foro i went on that tour to Australia and had averaged 32 for Kent in a full season s Cricket. But in Australia i was almost in i variably number eight or Nino in Tho batting order. Tho Climax appear cd to Havo arrived when in a game like that at j Hobart against Tasmania i found my self at number nine. As i was on Tho tour it All Moro for my batting than anything else i could not understand this. But Sid Barnes who was Al ways a Good pal to me knew the Solu Tion. " look he Frank " to said you got your pads on and in aug round Tho dressing room. Never mind about number nine because i to a sort of no Tion that Phil Mead will to missing when Tho second wicket Falls i must say hero that or. Douglas who captained during or. Warner s lil lies did not Cross Over to Tasmania with us so or. F. Ii. Foster was Cap Tain. When the second wicket fell no Phil Mead could to found. So out i hustled not daring to look at my Captain s Faco and for Tho time being deaf to Tho world. My chief recollection of that innings is or. Foster s signalling to to to have a dip after i had got my Cen Tury. So i did. I dipped soveral times had Quito a. Decent swim in fact-305 not out in under five hours. For Tho rest of the trip however i was at number Sevon and nine in the batting order. It was a different world j elder says to was Lucky. J. Regan who won the ". Grand National steeplechase on Santa cast consider himself Lucky to have been successful. To said after Tho race that his mount was nearly Down at Ono of Tho jumps near Tho abattoirs when Wolbeck fell. How i escaped Accident myself said Regan i Don t Santa Casa jumped splendidly said Regan and although he was n fair Way behind Draconic coming to Tho last Fence i knew i had that horse this season is Tho first that Regan has Ridden in Tho metropolitan area in Melbourne although a native of Vic Toria to Hus spent Quito a Timo in India when his skill is a jumping rider is Well known. Last year to won Tho Budwan cup Tho biggest hurdle Raco in India which is run at Calcutta. Santa Casa is engaged in Tho god Frey Watson steeplechase it Caulfield to Day. For. . In View of Tho recent Success of Mahmoud in the English Dorby and the Salo of Blenheim for 50,000 guineas. Or. Keith Angas Tho South australian sportsman should be pleased with his selection of another Blandford horse Duke John for his stud it Annaston. Duke John who will Tako Tho place of Carradale is expected to Arrivo in South Australia in a few Days time. Keep her in mind. Cuckoo probably will win again soon. Sho Hung on Weli to run Semond in Tho two year old Milo at Flemington last saturday. World s boxing ratings. La Tho latest american world s ratings Leo Kelly is rated no. 1 in Tho Light heavyweight class after John Henry Lowis the Champion. Rated no. 4, and Ambroso Palmor no. 1, after Al m Coy Tho Fronch Canadian. Max to Rosenbloom is rated 4th among Tho heavyweights to James j. Braddock Tho title Holder. Sch cling occupies no. 1 rating and Loroy Haynes Tho coloured fighter who was twice Defeated by Leo Kelly is rated no. 3. Jack ? Carroll Australia s welter he agapion of curios no. 1 position in the Poltor ratings. Jimmy m Larnin no. 2, and Jack Portnoy the Southpaw who twice fought Jack Carroll in Australia is rated no. 4, after Tho dutchman Bop Van Klav Cryn another of Carroll s victims. Jack m Avoy Tho follow form to Day. Caulfield Vic Murru Beena Handicap 1,30. Jack Hoe Nee. Godfrey Watson Steeple 3.0. Santa Casa. Canterbury Park Brush hurdle each 12.55. Battle play. Canterbury Handicap 3.30. Col stae. Port Adelaide Sambula 2.22 tas. Time. Beave lad. Glen eagles steeplechase 2.55 tas. Time Bounty Silsbe. A. Al Willis Devonport Ulverstone. Oaul Poi Tohla Fiti 4gut or Al a h ii Himat if the a Al t of Mew Badminton. . Association. Results of recent matches. Following Are results of a Eccl matches played under the auspices of the North Western Badminton association a Grade. St. Andrew s Burnie. Devon St. Andrew s names first r. Carter a. Crowder d. E. W. Kil Dey a. Russell 24-22 e. Biggs Summers lost to v. Kaw miss Bainton 13-21 mrs. Horton miss a. Shortall d mrs. Laird miss Cowling 21-14 r Bramich mrs. Addison d. A. Milledg mrs. Bannister 21-15 it. Riggs a Carter d. V. Kawe. W. Kildey 21-23 mesdames Addison Horton lost to Mes Dames Bannister Laird 22-23 Crowder miss a. Shortall lost to g Russell miss Cowling 15-21 la. Riggs r. Bramich d. V. Kaw a. Milledge 21-5 c. Crowder mrs. Horton d g. Russell miss Cowling 21-16 mrs Addison miss v. Summers d. Mrs. Ban Nister miss Bainton 21-17 r. Carter miss a. Shortall d. E. W. Killcy miss Cowling 23-20 c. Crowderr. Bramich d. W. Milled go a. Russell 21-19 a Carter mrs. Horton d. E. W. Kildey mrs. Laird. 21-2 misses v. Summer a. Shortall lost to misses Painton Cowling 13-21 r. Riggs mrs. Addi son d. V. Kaw mrs. Bannister 21-13. Totals St. Andrews 12 games 260 aces Devon 4 Gaines 250 aces. St. Andrew s Burnie v. Methodist St. Andrew s names first it. Carter a. Crowder d. C. Croome c. Chalk 21-16 r. Rings miss v. Sum mers lost to a. E. Wilson miss i. Tattersall 7-21 mrs. Horton miss a. Shortall lost to misses e. Smith a. Croome is-21 r. Bramich mrs. Addi son lost to h. Tattersall miss z. Croome 13-21 r. Riggs-1. Carter d. A. E. Wilson a. Croome 21-17 r. Bra Mich miss v. Summers lost to h. Tattersall miss i. Tattersall 4-21 Mes Dames Addison Horton lost to misses z. Croome a. Smith 15-21 c. Crowder miss a. Shortall d. C. Chalk miss m. Croome 21-ll r. Riggs a. Bramich lost to a. E. Wilson a. Tattersall 12 21 c. Crowder mrs. Horton d. C. Chalk miss s. Smith 24-20 mrs. Addison miss v. Summers lost to misses z. Croome i. Tattersall 4-21 h. Carter miss a. Shortall d. C. Crooms miss a Croome 21-18 r. Bramich a. Crow Der d. H. Tattersall a. Chalk 21-13 r. Carter mrs. Horton d. C. Croome Misfel e. Smith 24-23 misses v. Sum mers a. Shortall lost to misses i. Tattersall a. Croome 20-23 r. Riggs mrs. Addison lost to a. Wilson miss z. Croome 10-21. Totals methodist 9 games 314 aces St. Andrews 7 games 262 aces. A Grade. Penguin v. Princess. Penguin names first a. E. Quinn a. East ail lost to r. Mat thews a. Byrne 14-21 a. Corbett miss i. Hall lost to r. Hay mrs. Smith 15-21 mrs. Whittle miss n. Herbert d. Misses m. And n. Frimley 21-14 k. Nolan miss m. Nolan lost of j. Tabor miss e. Graham 22-24 a. Corbett a. East ail lost to r. Hav a. Matthews s 21 r. Nolan miss �. Hall lost to j. Tabor mrs. Smith 14-21 misses n. Herbert a. Nolan d. Misses m. Frim Ley a Graham 21-14 a. R. Quinn mrs. Whittle lost to s. Byrne miss n. Frimley 14-21 a. Corbett it. Nolan d. H. Hav a. Tabor 21-12 a. R. Quinn miss n. Herbert d. S. Byrne miss m. Frimley 21-10 miss m. No Lan. Hall d. Miss e. Graham mrs. Smith 21-15 d. Eastall mrs. Whittle lost to r. Matthews miss n. Frimley 22-23 a. R. Quinn a. Nolan lost to j. Tabor a. Byrne 22-24 d. Eastall miss n. Herbert lost to r. Mathews miss m. Frimley 9-21 mrs. Whittle miss i. Hall lost to mrs. Smith miss n. Frim Ley 13-21 a. Corbett miss m. Nolan d. R. Hay miss e. Graham 21-ll. Totals Princess 10 games 294 aces Penguin 0 games 279 aces. Toi Kim v. Forth. Toi Kim names first Currier a. Stewart d. L. Fishow. Smith 21-l. A r. Hannam mrs. Currier d. K. Brumby miss Palmer 21-18 mrs. Damiam miss Ryan d. Misses wat Kon Brumby 21-s e. Pollard mrs. Regan d. B. Watson mrs. Rice 21-5 r. Hannam a. Currier lost to k. Brum by a. Smith is-21 e. Pollard mrs. Currier d. B. Watson miss Palmer 21 Al mrs. Ryan miss Ryan d. Mrs. Rice miss Watson 21-10 m. Stewart mrs. Hannam d. L. Fisher miss Brumby 21 la r. Hannam a. Pollard d. K. Brumby a. Watson. 21-0 m. Stewart miss Ryan lost to i. Fisher miss wat son m-21 mesdames Ryan Currier d. Mrs. Rice miss Palmer 21-14 l. Cur Rier mrs. Hannam d. A. Smith miss Brumby. 21-14 e. Pollard a. Stew Art d. 13. Watson a. Fisher 21-11 l. Currier miss Ryan d. W. Smith miss Watson 21-12 mesdames Currier Hannam lost to misses Palmer Brumby ig-21 r. Hannam mrs. Regan lost to in. Brumby mrs. Rise ll-21. Totals Toi Kim 12 games 313 aces Forth 4 games 215 aces. Band contests at Burnie. Effort to stimulate interest a Grade mooted. Lengthy discussion took place it a meeting of the Burnie athletic club on thursday evening on Tho question of stimulating interest in Tho band contests conducted in con Junction with Tho annual new year s Day carnival. A sub committee was appointed to go into Tho matter. Or. J. I. Tidier president occupied Tho chair and there was a Good attend Ance of committeemen. A Lotter waa received from Tho Devonport brass band intimating that its intention was to compete at Tho 1037 carnival. Or. W. Gray Secretary of Tho tas Manian band association wrote that although it was not Tho function of the t.b.a., it had spared no Effort to in Duce bands to enter Tho club s annual contests but Tho obstacle appeared to to the travelling expenses. In his per Sonal opinion Tho contest Standard of most or the tasmanian bands was too Low for Thom to finance a trip to Bur Nie. This Stato of affairs had a definite bearing on their failure to Accord the club support to which it was justly entitled by its Offort to re establish band contests in Tasmania. His committee was very disappointed with Tho Lack of support accorded Tho Burnie contests. They had always been a great feature of Tho Burnie carnival and it would to a pity to see Thom lapse. Although per haps not. Always in Tho Best interests of Burnie s own bands it was an in Doni Ablo fact that Tho tasmanian Standard was at its beat when Thero was Mainland Competition so it might to that the reintroduction of a Competition for Mainland bands would be Tho Means of putting tasmanian bands on their Nittlo and reviving interest in Tho Bur Nie contests. J band and 0. Hind municipal ban who Wero present Wero asked for any i suggestions that might add greater popularity to Tho contest. Or. Hind said Tho Burnie municipal band was Tho Only a Grade band outside Tho cities in Tasmania. All Tho others were a Grado. There was Only Ono a Grado band in the whole of Tasmania. It was a difficult matter to suggest what Typo of contest Tho club should Stago. A Grade suggested. Or. S. D. Trebilco would it to pos sible to run a decent Competition by embracing a and a bands in one contest or. Hind no. It would not to fair to Tho a Grado bands. Or. Go Ninon said Tho caustic re Marks Mado by some adjudicators on hands which had not gained first Placo Wero resented by Bondsmen. Or. Bind said that even if a a Grade contest Woro decided on Tho municipal band would enter. Tho Standard on which Tho contests had been nudged in recent years did not give Tho a Grado bands a Chance. To suggested that Tho Points scored by a band should to announced i medial Ely it finished playing. That would stimulate Public interest. Or. J. Leary suggested that in Tho event of Tho band contests falling through a Mainland bandmaster to brought Over to coach Tho two Buemio bands for a month before Tho carnival so that they might play at the car Nival. Or. Hind i think your Money would to better spent by getting Somo other attraction than by bringing Over a bandmaster. Or. Trebilco then moved that a sub committee comprising messes. S. Bird messes. It. Go Ninon Board it. M. Crisp and c. B. Guest trill messes. Hind and go Ninon in an adv Ory capacity to appointed to consider Tho advisability of conducting a rpm Grado contest with Tho proviso Thal Thero to three entries or no compete Tion and that Tho committee be recon mended to consider the engagement of Tho municipal band to give a demo. Stration. Or. In. Brown seconded. Or. N. Bird moved an amond Mctie that a a Grado contest to held to Thero was no Seconder. Or. Crisp said it meant saying Good Byo to Tho entry of the Muni Cipy band which had always supported Fri carnival. He would not like to a that band shut out. To thought both Burnie bands should to considered a favored a and a Grado contest is in past years. A lot of the Troubh could to overcome if Tho own so Lection piece Wero Cut out and a simple few piece which either a a or run Grado band could tackle substitute after lengthy discussion the motion was carried. Messes. A Leary s. B. Gill c. B guest s. D. Trebilco s. J. Alford i e. Fidler a. E. Pearce and Tho acer tary or. F. I. Schell were appointed a sub commit co to draw up Tho in gramme for Tho 1937 carnival. World wide experience included in the radio set Mode 514 5 valves mantel Model for australian b Road a sting equipped with Raythelon four pillar valves. 16 Phineas your first thought when faced with making the Choice of a radio set must be " what has gone into the making of this set ? for it is what goes into a set that governs what comes from it in tone in clarity in volume in lasting satisfaction. . Sets Are built on the experience of an organisation world wide in scope famed in achievement. The Good name of " is highly valued and must be guarded jealously by the production of nothing that will not reflect the utmost credit on the company it is a name to be valued just As highly by the purchaser of a radio set for the genuine Quality and Fine performance that it implies. Manufactured and guaranteed by Standard telephones & cables Australasia Ltd. Sold by All authorised . Dealers tasmanian wholesale agents w. & g. Genders ,.Ltd. Launceston Hobart. Marine Terrace Burnie notable . Achievements % " Queen Mary largest vessel afloat furnished with 11 tons of . Radio equipment. Seven National broadcasting station throughout the Commonwealth designed and equipped by . 9 submarine Telephone Cable Between tas mania and the Mainland an unique feat Ter Minal equipment de signed and manufactured by . The British official wireless station at Rugby and the Empire Short wave station operated by the British broadcasting com Mission Are of . Design and equipment. All . Models Are equipped with Raythelon four pillar or Metal valves. Your local dealer will demonstrate v. F. Spurr Burnie. W. P. Hill Devonport and Latrobe w. Mckenna Irishtown i make your own i family cough mixture like Many other fam Ous people miss Gladys Moncrieff has proved that the cough remedy so easily made with Reenzo is both the Best and most economical known. 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