RUGBY LEAGUE FOOTBALL.
Valley v. Coorparoo.
Blue Stars v. Coronation.
Other Junior Games. Admission 1/, Stand 1/ extra
New South Wales next Saturday, Sep- tember 27 MAKE YOUR OWN COUGH
MIXTURE AND SAVE
In homes where families are large and income small the following recipe for making Cough Mixture will prove a veri- table boon because of the curative goodness of the mixture produced and the saving in money that it effects.
Pour a large breakfast cupful of warm water into a jug and in it dissolve three tablespoonfuls of treacle or honey and four tablespoonfuls of sugar. (If treaclo or honey are not on hand use double quantity of sugar). When cool, add two tablespoon- fuls of vinegar and a phial of Heenzo, and pour into a large, clean, tightly-corked bottle, ready for use as required. Full directions for taking will be found with the Heenzo, which may be obtained from any chemist or store for 2/-. As the above recipe produces a family supply of cough mixture, which, if bought in a lot of little bottles, would cost anything up to 30/ according to quality, it will be readily see that a big saving is to be effected in making Heenzo Cough Mixture. As Heenzo does not contain any paregoric, laudanum, or
other opium extract a, it may be given to little children without fear of harmful effects.
use Hean'o _¡«ie Nerve Nuts when you
feel run down.
SEE IF THE CHILD'S TONGUE IS COATED.
Mothar, Don't Hesitate! If your Child is
Cross, Feverish, Constipated, give
" California Syrup of Figs."
Look at your child's tongue, mother I If coated, it is a sure sign that the little one's stomach, liver and bowels need a gentle, thorough cleansing at once. When peevish, cross, listless, pale, unable to sleep, doesn't eat, or act naturally ; or if it is feverish, with a dis- ordered stomach and tainted breath, or has stomach-ache, sore throat, diarrhoea, or the "stuffi ness" caused by a cold, give a tea-spoonful_, of
Figs- 'Cali- i
fig,' and in a"" 'ew hours all " thefoul.cons tipated waste
digested fond and sour bile
out of its little bowels with- out griping, and you have
a healthy, playful child
You needn't coax sick children to take this harmless fruit laxative ; they love its delicious taste, and it always makes them feel splendid.
Ask your chemist for a bottle of ' Call fig '-California Syrup of Figs, which bas directions for babies, children of all ages and for grown-ups plainly on the bottle. To be sure you get the genuine, ask to see that it is made by California Fig Syrup Company. Refuse any other kind with contempt. All chemists sell 'Callfig' -California Syrup of Figs, in two sizes,
again. 1/6 and 2/4.
SO ¿reare of curing coughs
Half a century U a good test of the efficacy of a medicine I Bonnington's Irish Moss has been curing coughs and colds for over so years, and this long period of time and test has firmly established its remark- able qualities. '
For the relief ol Asthma, and a preventive of Pneumonia. It is the Standard Cough Remedy of proved value, equally useful for adults or children. But if it isn't BONNINGTON'S, it iu't aaygeod.
Large and Small
1/6 and 2/6
AT EXHIBITION GROUNDS,
GRAND CHARITY CUP CARNIVAL.
Bulimba Rangers v Pineapple Rovers.
Kick-off, 3.45. Referee, Mr. A. F. Jack-
At 1.35 SEMI-FINAL, 3rd Grade Pre- miership, Merthyrs v. Latrobes.
At 2.40, FINAL. Nissen Cup, 2nd Grade, Pineapple Rovers v. St Barnabas.
All Proceeds in Aid of Charity.
Charges of Admission Moderate.
,T£E_IÎON PARK RACING CLUB.
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 21), 1910.
FLYING HANDICAP, £240 ; 5 fur- longs each. (Run in Four Divisions.)
PARK HANDICAP, £130; 7* fur- longs each. (Run in Three Divisions.)
DISTANCE HANDICAP TROT, 1 mile-;
' 10/ Nomination Fee must accompany
Nominators entering horses for first time must send in all winning; and placed performances, registered and unregts-.
Prior to starting new horses, clear-
ances, also registration papers, must he ¡ produced, glvingi brands and natural ¡
Nominations Close 4 -p.m.. Tuesday, September 23rd, at Office, City Build-
ings, Edward-street. Te). 21. |
E. J. LAWRENCE, Manager.
TPSW1CII AMATEUR TURF CLUB. | x THURSDAY, SEPT. 25th, 1919. '
TRIAL HANDICAP, £20; second! .horse £2 and third £1 from prize; for I
all horses that have not won a prize value j ¿HO or over; 5 furlongs. Nomination, I 7/C: acceptance, 2/fl.
THREE DIVISION HANDICAP, £75; divided into three divisionsi-Second Divi- sion £30, second horse £2, and third £1 from prize;' nomination 10/, acceptance 5/. Third Division £25, second horse £2, and third .-El from prize; nomination S/0, acceptance .!/. Fourth Dlvisúon £20, socoud horse £2, and third £1 from prize; nomination 7/0, acceptance 2/6. Each 5 furlongs.
PlTltSE, £35; second horse £3, and third £2 from prize; 7 furlongs. Nomin- ation 12/0, acceptance 5/.
HANDICAP TROT, £15; second horse £1 fron*, prize. Nomination 5/, accept- ance 2/6. 1 mile. 2.45 basis.
Five per cent, of first prize in each race deducted for jockey's insurance.
Nominations close on MONDAY, Sep- tember 22, at S p.m. : acceptances at 2 p.m. on day of rac03. Special train leaves Albion day of race? 11.40 a.m. '
W. n. BEMI, Secretar*,'.
QUEENSLAND TURF CLUB.
^ OCTOBER MEETING.
SATURDAY, OCTOBER «li, 1919.
TRIAL HANDICAP, 150 Sovs.,
For horses that at nomination havo not won a race ou tho flat of the value of 75 Sovs.
FLYING HANDICAP, 200 Sovs.,
OCTOBER HANDICAP, 3C0 Sovs.,
NOVICE HANDICAP, 150 Sow..
For horses that at nomination have not won n handicap flat race of the value of 100 Sovs.
QUEENSLAND GUINEAS, 500 Sovs.,
(Entri";" Closed.) .
WELTER HANDICAP, 150 Sovs.,
7 Furlonus. Minimum weight, Sst.
CLAYFIELD HANDICAP, 200 Sovs.,
1 Mile and a Furlong,
Nominations for nil races, Tuesday, 23rd September, 191!), at 4 p.m.
ALBION PARK JOCK K Y CLUB.
",i- (Registered Under Q.T.C. Rules.)
SATURDAY, 27th SEPTEMBER, 1019.
ALBION PARK .1st, 2nd, 3rd, AND 4th DIVISION HANDICAP, of 400 sovs, divided into four divisions of 100 sovs. each; 1st Division, about 7 furlongs; 2nd Division, about 0i furlongs; 3rd and 4th Divisions',, about 51 furlongs.
PARK PLATE AND PURSE (Divided Hand'cap), of 400 sovs.; divided into two races of 200 sovs. each; about 1 mile 57 yards.
Nominations, one" sov. each race, close on MONDAY next, 22nd September, at 4 p.m.
O. H. HOOKER,
QUEENSLAND TURF CLUB.
SATURDAY, 20th SEPTEMBER, 1919. RACES COMMENCE AT 2 O'CLOCK.
SPECIAL TRAIN FROM CENTRAL AT 1 O'CLOCK
Prices of Admission (including Commonwealth Amusement Tax).
Saddling Paddock, Gents. 11/11 Saddling Paddock, Ladies . 9/4
Leger. 3/10 Flat. 1/1
Tickets can now be purchased at the City Office of the Queensland Turf Club. Children in arms will not be admitted.
« -_ Sole Direction .. Harry Keesing
TO-NIGHT (Saturday) TO-NIGHT.
September 20, at S.30.
Lightweight Chtmpionship of Australia.
BROGAN v. VOLAIRE
(New South Wales-) 'Queensland). 10 round Preliminary at 8.
NEXT WEDNESDAY NIGHT.
Johnny Malouf v. Billy Smith. 9 5/, 3/, 2/ (Plus Tax). '
TOM MARR v. STAN NEVILL.
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.DOONAII GUN CLUB.
ON BOONAH SHOW GROUND.
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1919.
£50 CASH PRIZE and TROPHY, pre- sented by Majors V. D. and B C. Bell.
Shooting begins 10 a-ii.
Nomination, £2. Star (1), £1.
H. L. RY'DER,
_Hon. Sect etary.
SOUTHPORT RACE CLUB. 10 (Under Kedron 'Park Rules.)
£65 PRIZE MONEY, £63.
SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 27th, 1919.
(Day after Southport Show.)
MAIDEN PLATE, 5 Furlongs ; of £7 Second horse £1/10/ from prize. Nomi- nation 7/6. acceptance free.
. PONY HANDICAP, 5 furlong-- ; of £0. For ponies, 14 2 and under. Second horse
£1 from prize. Nomination 6/, accep-
SOUTHPORT HANDICAP, 7 furlongs ; of £20. Second horse £3, thiia horse, £1 from prize. Nomination 15/, accep-
LOCAL HACK RACE, 4 furlongs ; of £5. Hacks to be approved of by tho steivards. Second horse £1 from prize Nomination 5/, acceptance free.
FLYING HANDICAP, 6 furlongs ; ol £10. Second horse £2 from prize. Nomi- nation 7/0, acceptance 2/0
HANDICAP TROT, 1 mile ; of £0/10/ Second horse £1/10/ from prize. Nomi- nation 6/6, acceptance free.
SOUTHPORT TRADERS' UANDI G/ÍP, j furlongs ; of £6. Second horso £1 from piize. Nomination 6/, accep-
ta nee free.
I Nomination»* clcso September 20th, 1019, with Mr. Dave Butler, " Herald " Office, Brisbane, or Leu. Bocher, Southport Fees, pedigrees, colours, and last three performances must accompany nomina- tions, or will not bo accepted.
Bookmakers' Fee £1/1/, with deposit of £5 with secretary as guarantee.
Weights declared " Courier," September
Games of skill, «1/1/.
Handicapped : Mr Geo. Hunter, Oak- den Chambers, Queen-street, Brisbane.
Sire, William the Thiid, by St. Simon, Dam, Britannia, by Melton (Winner of Derby, and St. Leger), Britannia (dam of Brigadier, Ronaldo, Battleaxe, St. Cris- pin, etc.).
llalbred secured First and Champion for Blood Stallion, also First for Stallion best adapted for getting Remounts, at
the Brisbane Exhibition.
Halbred will stand tho season at Esk- dale, Esk.
Fee-: Fifteen Guineas.
Season Commences 1st Oftobcr, 1919, and ends January 21st, 1920, when all mares, must be removed and paid for. Every care taken, but no responsibility
For particulars, apply
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BRISBANE CRICKET GROUND.
THIS (SATURDAY) AFTERNOON.
1.45, 3rd Grade Challenge, Brothers v.
240, 2nd Grade Final, Grammars v. Valleys.
3.50, Senior Final, University v. Valleys.
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