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CHRIST OR CHAOS? ESCAPE FROM WORLD BANKRUPTCY. "We shall never achieve the brotherhood of man on an economic or political basis. Christ's Kingdom is based on character, on a common loyalty and fellowship. When the Christian Church itself has learned that lesson, church union will become an accomplished [?]act." [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

CHRIST OR CHAOS? ESCAPE FROM WORLD BANKRUPTCY. "We shall never achieve the brotherhood of man on an econ- omic or political basis. Christ's runguom is based on character, on a common loyalty and fellow- ship, When the Christian Church itself has learned that lesson, church union will become an ac- complished ¿act." This was a major point in a plea for the recognition of Christ's spirit- ual kingdom as the solution of the world's problems made by Emeritus Professor B. G. Macintyre yesterday morning. He was preaching on the occasion.. Of the 71st anniversary of the congregation of St. Andrew's Church, Creek Street.. The Governor (.Sir Leslie Willson) and Lady Wilson attended the service. Dr. Macintyres subject was Christ or Chaos? Men must be blind, indeed, he said, if they . failed to see that civilisation was facing a great crisis. The war had not only profoundly af- fected the economic situation. There was a demand for á new baste of re- construction, a new idealism, a philo- sophy...

Publication Title: Courier-Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

ITTONS To-day's issue of the "Couri cr-Mail" sets a new standard in Journalism, but all the time TRITTON'S set new standards in Furnishing values throughout Queensland. As an indication of what these keen values really mean to home lovers we illustrate several Suites and Single Pieces of Furniture made from the very best quality materials and soundly constructed for long usage. If «»b«. thn* i,T,, ,.,i"« «v.- "Hi,.i, is such high quality as this, combined wi«i the low prices featured, that makes- those keen values for which TruTTON'S have DCCn fam0us for nearly 40 Years. We cordially invite you to visit our Three Acres of Showroom,. so that you may scc thc many bar ains yourself, and gain for your own home many furnishing ideas, featuicd on every floor of this great Store. ¡Make up your mind to call in when next you visit Town; Inspection places you under no obligation to purchase. Piece Silky Oak Suite By TRITTON'S Only £19'17'6 The very beautiful modern Suite showing in the illust...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SOUTHPORT. SUNDAY SCHOOL PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

SOUTHPORT. SUNDAY SCHOOL PICNIC. After a lapse of some years the South- port Congregational Sunday School íe vived tho custom of an annual picnic on Saturday, when about 60 children and 12 teachers and officers took part in an enjoyable outing in the picturesque grounds of-Staghorn, the Young Women's Christian Association's holiday home at Southport. The party was in charge of the President of the Sunday school (the Rev. A. Fisher-Webster) and the Super- intendent (Mr. John Turner). About 40 parents and friends also were present in tho afternoon. Tho children took pnit in a lengthy sports programme. The out- ing proved so fiuccessful that it was agreed to again mako it an annual cveut. BURLEIGH HEADS SCHOOL SITE. I The question of a site ior a school at Burleigh Heads was discussed at a meet- ing ot the Nerang Shire Council nu Sat- urday, following a letter irom the Land Administration Board asking if the coun- cil would agree to an acre being taken irom the sports reserve, fronting...

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STRONG CASE. Zoo at Mt. Gravatt. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

STRONG CASE. Zoo at Mt. Gravatt. A strong,case for the establishment of a zoo at Mt. Gravatt is being pre- pared by the Vice-Mayor (Alderman R. E. Nixon-Smith). The proposal met with a mixed re- ception when the Vice-Mayor first ad- vanced it a few weeks ago, and appar- ently he has foreseen the necessity of presenting the scheme to the council in the most attractive form possible. The Vice-Mayor has not relaxed his efforts to have the project favourably considered, for he is gathering all the information on the subject available, including plans and estimates. The Vice-Mayor's inquiries have ex- tended to the South, and he has re- ceived encouraging replies.

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Liberty of the Press. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

Liberty of the Press. The warning uttered by Mr. J. R. Scott, of the "Manchester Guardian," at a conference of the Institute of Journalists in Eng- land, that the liberty of the press was faced with new menaces should be borne in mind by those countries which still pride them- selves upon their democratic insti- tutions. Mr. Scott has pointed out that the nineteenth century wit- nessed a widespread extension of freedom, and it was regarded as axiomatic that in due course all countries would establish a free press, but since then much of the ground has been lost and restric- tions reimposed, especially in Germany, Russia, Italy, and the Balkans. People in British com- munities have made a success of their political institutions, because they have submitted all great questions affecting their welfare io public discussion. Actually there is no such thing as the "freedom of the press." The press, m respect of what it publishes, has no extraordinary privilege, no privilege not enjoyed by...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

FUNERAL DIRECTORS. TOHN Hislop Se Sons, Funeral Directors, " 544 Petrie Bight, city, and 17 Peel St., South Brisbane. 'Phone B8705 and J3780. CANNON £e Cripps, Fui.eral Directors, 45 Adelaide St. (opp. City Hall), 'phone B1971; Wickham Street, Valley, 'phone B1972; Stanley St., South Brisbane, 'phone J2007; Cleveland Road, Stone's Corner, 'phone J6357._ ALEX. GOW, Funeral Director, Petrie Bight. 'Phono B1988, 2 lines. Efficiency, combined with dignity._ FOLEY, Cremin Pty., Ltd., Undertakers. Head office, Clarence Cnr., Sth. Bris- bane. Tel. J3701. MONUMENTAL. A NDREW L. Petrie, Monumental Sculp ?**. tor, Cemetery Gates, Toowong. Bris- bane. Prices on application. Tel. Tw. 39. _FLORISTS._ "PARISIENNE Art Florists, Jean Gemmell, .*- floral artists, lifelong experience, Stanley St., near Victoria Bridge. J249S ED. M. B. Walker, 116 Terrace St., New Farm.-Wreaths from 5/ to 21/, less 10 per cent. B5067. all hours._ SEABL'S Satisfactory Service, 6, Brisbane Arcade, for Wreaths, Floral Tr...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

Tinmine^ Spring-Summers s Fabrics -BRISBANE HAS NEF ER SEEN SUCH A PROFUSION OF FABRICS! Shimmering Weaves of Purest Silks jrom the gayest colours to the most delicate pastel shades. . . . Cool Crisp Cottons in a galaxy of brilliant de- signs and colourings . . . and exquisite productions in beautiful quality Art Silks. Truly a bewildering array the very cream of Spring-Summer's Smartest Frocking Materials, marked at T. C. Beime's Famous Low Prices. Although we are proud of this display, we are prouder still of the Remarkable Values! Take elevator lo 1st Floor. All Pure Silk Crepe de Chine (12 Momme) 36in wide. A splendid wearing quality, unsur- passed for value, and beautifully dyed. In the fol- lowing shades:-White, Cream, Lemon, Cham- pagne, Steel, Dove, Oyster, Rose Beige, Apricot, Mustard, Nil, Lime, Almond, Apple, Huntsman, Bottle, Flesh, Rose Pink, Salmon, Mauve, Violet, Purple, Wine, Marone, Cardinal, Biscuit, Mastic, Beige, Henna, Rust, Cherry, Cedar, Cinnamon, Nut, Nigger,...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

STARTS TO-DAY AT PIKE BROTHERS This is the ONE SALE MEN KNOW IS GEN- UINE ... no superlatives are needed to describe the goods; they are all our regular high-grade mer- chandise substantially reduced. TO-DAY IS OPPOR- TUNITY DAY and will provide savings in all kinds of desirable Men's Wear. EMBASSY TAN CALF GHOES, PURE FUR FELT HATS, WERE 24/6. 1 O IC latest shades and shapes. w. ls/o »y. i0/6 ENGLISH SHOES, Fred. Cook, ' ' Bostock, and Crockett & SSSTH P*?£L*N ^NrE55/.!039/6 ÄISl3/6; 8/6 FLÖRSHEIM SHOES WERE STRIPED p'oPLIN SHIRTS, .ír/w {M/il collar attached. E /Ä N0W. ^I* WERE 8/6; NOW0/0 TWO-PIECE TROPICAL " SUITS, WERE CQ /Q gT T£ ^°,R¿ iva/e. now .. by/y TSw 5/6 TWEED OVERCOATS WERE ^ m ^ no'w. 27/9 JHÄPi*2/6 .WOVEN STRIPED POPLIN BATSWING TIES PYJAMAS. WERE 10/6. g/J WERE 4/6,3/6 ¿ /¿' ^1PE ^ UNDERSHLR^ LADIES' SATIN LOUNGE WERE 10/6 ra PYJAMAS. WERE A^/ NOW. O/V 150/; NOW **&/ SPECIAL TAILORING OFFER! ENGLISH AND SCOTCH TWEEDS AND WORSTEDS TAILORED TO MEASURE...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

"Cood- ley Ik fast drop With REXONA OINTMENT Cold Sores soon disappear uhen you apply a little Rexona Ointment And when biting winds and cold frosty weather make lips painfully dry and cracked, Rexona Ointment heals them over-night KEEP REXONA HANDY FOR. Chapped akin, burns, cuts, rashes and all skin troubles scoria OINTMENT ~tÁ& tafilet-Asxtûeh. i£ÍllllllllMllllllllirinilll[!l!!!Mlli:il!IlllllllllllIl!IUIIIIIllllllllMllMnilllllllllllllllimU ¡BARGAINS BIGGER, BRIGHTER BETTER THAN EVER AT¡ I ABDY BRO I The Big Bargain Store, Cr. George & Ann Streets, ¡ § MEN'S GREY ZEPHYR WORK SHIRTS. AU sizes. 1/11 = = WHAT A PRICE, each.. / - - s S MEN'S COLOURED BRITISH FUJI, AMERICAN COATSHIRTS, = = in Blue, Cream, and Fawn. Guaranteed Cloth. 3/11 - i ABDY'S PRICE. ' = I MEN'S HEAVY QUALITY WOVEN STRIPE BRITISH FUJI = 5 COLLAR & POCKET SHIRTS. All sizes. 2/11 = § ABDY'S PRICE. / I 5 MEN'S GENUINE DOUBLE-DOUBLE EUI SILK SPORTS & = | TENNIS SHIRTS. Guaranteed full cu...

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BANKING POLICY. Labour Move. COMPETE WITH BANKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

BANKING POLICY. Labour Move. COMPETE WITH BANKS. "The Labour Party, if returned to power at the next Federal eleótions, will make legislative provision hy which the Commonwealth Bank will be able actively to compete with private bank- ing institutions," said Mr, F. M. J. Baker, M.H.R., addressing the Labour Students' and Speakers' Association in Brisbane last Friday night. He went on to declare that at the present time there were State Govern- ments which did not bank- with the Commonwealth Bank. He believed that provisions should be inserted in the various local authorities Acts in force In Australia making It compul- sory for those authorities to support the people's bank. ' The Brisbane City Council, at pres- ent, did bank with the Commonwealth Bank, but it would be a fine gesture if, when amending the City of Brisbane Act, the State Government were to make it mandatory for it to do so, and also if all local authorities controlled by the Labour Party enforced the rule. Under the ...

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The Race for Possession. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

The Race for Possession* Three Victorian hockey players closing- in on a Western Australian as he attempted to.get possession of the ball in the inter-State fixture on Saturday. . .

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"LEFT, RIGHT!" Oval Incident. BATSMEN WASTE TIME. LONDON, August 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

"LEFT, RIGHT!" Oval Incident. BATSMEN WASTE TIME. LONDON, August ¿5. P. F. Warner, writing In the "Daily Telegraph," in describing an incident to- day in Yorkshire's second innings at the Oval, says: "With nearly ah hour to play and a score of 173 for four wlckets, the batsmen refused to take the value of their   hits. They walked so leisurely between   the Wickets that old soldiers in the crowd shouted 'Left, right! Left, right!' and, in imagination, we were back on the barrack square. The batsmen were   anxious to delay the advent of the new ball. Surrey countered this by bowling wldes on-the leg-side, which went to the boundary. I would not venture to blame either side for these tactics, but I won- der whether first-class cricket is in a very good state of health."  

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WYNNUM ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

WYNNUM ASSOCIATION, I Matches played In the premiership and grade championships of the Wynnum Ten- nis Association during - the week-end. re- sulted :- i Wellings A defeated Glen Isla (final, 1st grade) by 10 games. MEN'S SINGLES-F. Cory v. B. Gornlk, 6-2, 10-8; V. Bull v. K. Trautwelller, 2-6; 6-4, 6-4; Alan Hargreaves v. J. Brown, 6-3, 6-2; R. Symes V. H. Atkins, 6-1, 9-7; I C. Anderson v. S. Ede, 6-3, 6-1; V. B. Wilson v. H. Johns, 6-3, 6-3; T. Jones v. F. O'Nell, 6-1, 6-0; A. Hargreaves v. J, Marsden, 9-7, 6-0; L. Dodd v. O. Martini 9-7, 8-6; J. M'NolUy v. C. Brown, 3-6, 8-6, |6-0; E. Dreveson v. E. Trautwelller, 6-4, 6-4. MEN'S DOUBLES.-H. Johns-I. M'Coll I v. V. Burguez-J. Brown, 6-1, 6-3; F. Cory-C. Cory v. T. Jones-J. Marsden, 6-1, 6-1; V. B. Wilson-C. Anderson v. D. 'King-R. Horsley, 6-4, 6-0; J. M'Nellly L. Dodd v. O. Martin-E. Gornlk. 6-3, 7-5; V. Bull-F. Dreveson v. E. B. Berry-S. Ede, 6-4, 9-7: E. and K. Traut I welller v. H. Atkins-J. Jenkins, 6-4, 6-3. LADIES' DOUBLES...

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WAR MEDALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

WAR MEDALS. That war decoration that was won in the thick of shot and shell-what is its actual cash value? This question, suggested by an article from an overseas newspaper, was put to several city pawnbrokers. The answer was that a military medal, even a Victoria Cross, had no cash value in tills State, because it was an offence in the eyes of the law to deal in these in any way. They were regarded as the property oí the King; favours bestowed by a grateful Sovereign for acts of bravery, and not articles to be bartered in any way. In London conditions are somewhat different. There a military medal may realise 5/, a distinguished con- duct medal £1, and a Victoria Cross £1/5/. They are regarded, in short, as so much scrap. In Brisbane there may be a collector or so of medals, just as there are collectors of stamps, but war medals are not bartered as commercial articles -which is, assuredly, a happy condi- tion of affairs.

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SANDGATE SWIMMING TROPHIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

SANDGATE SWIMMING TROPHIES. Before a large attendance, in the Assembly Hall on Friday evening, Alderman B. P. Decker presented the prizes at the ninth annual distribution of trophies of the Sandgate Amateur Swimming Club. Alderman Decker stated that there was a possibility that a grand stand would be erected at tho Sandgate pool during the next season. The tro- phies, which were valued at over £100, and distributed amongst 60 members, in- dicated that the club had passed through a successful season. In moving a vote of thanks to Alderman Decker, the president (Mr. J. A. Moss) laid that the successful season which culminated with a record membership of 152 was largely due 1o the enthusiasm displayed by the club of- ficials. The committee responsible for the arrangements, which took the form of a I dance, included Mr. J. A. Moss (presl- I dent), Mr. R. M'Kauge (secretary). Miss M. Jennings (social secretary), Mr. W. J. Sheridan (treasurer), Mrs. M. C. Hinton, Misses M. Hutchison F. Gr...

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Horace Hocking Jennings. An Old Friend's Tribute. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

Horace Hocking Jennings. An Old Friend's Tribute. "There were many sad hearts in the Texas district when it became known that Mr. H. H. Jennings had passed away. For many years he had suffered from indifferent health that handi- capped him greatly in his many -jctivi ties, but In spite of that he constantly spent himself in helping with advice and encouragement young settlers in the district. Possibly this helped to sap his energy and hastened his end. "Mr. Jennings had gained wide ex- perience in America and other parts of the world in the cultivation, cur- ing, and general husbandry of tobacco, so that his advice was very valuable, especially to those who attempted the cultivation of tobacco for the first time. His faith in Texas as a tobacco growing centre never wavered, and he produced tobacco there, himself, that was probably the best in the Com- monwealth. He was born in Rand- wick, Sydney, in 1885, and was the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. William H. Jennings, of Sydney. "The ...

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FIRST WIN. KANGAROOS' TOUR. 13-9 VICTORY. ST. HELEN'S August 26. The Australian Rugby League team, in the first match of the English tour, defeated St. Helen's Recreation by 13 points to nine. At half-time St. Helen's Recreations led by 6 points to 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

FIRST WIN. KANGAROOS' TOUR. 13-9 VICTORY. By HARRY SUNDERLAND. ST. HELEN'S, August 26. The Australian Rugby League team, in the first match of the English tour, defeated St. Helen's Recreation by 13 points to nine. At half-time St. Helen's Recrea- tions led by 6 points to 3. The Kangaroos attacked early, but Newmann, on the wing, was insuffici- ently speedy to clinch a try that was offering. Then Syd. Pearce failed with a penalty kick after 12 minutes' play. During this period the Australians were attacking, but the Recreation players "spotted" very effectively. The referee (Mr. Peel) brought Madsen and Dolan out of a scrum, and lectured them. Then Brown took a penalty kick, and goaled. Laithwaite, the fast St. Helen's winger, retired hurt at this stage. M'Millan threw a long pass in his own quarter in trying to start an attack at the close of a long kicking duel. An opponent nearly intercepted, but knocked the ball on. St. Helen's were next to attack, Grenall scoring on the blind s...

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"IS UNWHOLESOME" TRAFFICKING IN CRICKETERS. LONDON, August 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

«IS UNWHOLESOME" TRAFFICKING IN CRICKETERS. LONDON. August 26. "I wish all countries were in a posi- tion to pull down the sign 'Grlckotjrs for sole,* " writes Lord Tennyson in the "Despatch," In lamenting the Lancashire League's tempting offers to the West Indies players, Headley and Aohong. "The time is ripe," he adds, "to stop traf- ficking In cricketers It is unwholesome, If It is not positively offensive If it is hot arrested international cricket may de- velop a «alicer from Which it will novel recover. We are threatened with condi- tions in which countries may not be able to tour Britain without the fear of I being robbed of their outstanding players. j If wo cannot get nlong without pil- laging other countries the sooner cricket is scrapped tho better." ' I

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SOCIAL TUSSLE. Official's Wife Won. MR. LYONS'S CAR. CANBERRA, August 27. Canberra women are crowing with delight at the victory of one of their sex over the Prime Minister (Mr. J. A. Lyons) in a social tussle. The heroine of the episode is Mrs. C. S. Daley, wife of the former Civic Commissioner of the Federal capital. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

SOCIAL TUSSLE. Official's Wife Won. MR. LYONS'S CAR. CANBERRA, August 27. Canberra women are crowing with delight at the victory of one of their sex over the Prime Min- ister (Mr. J. A. Lyons) in a social tussle. The heroine of the episode is Mrs. C. S. Daley, wife of the former Civic Commissioner of the Federal capital. > It all arose over the number plate of a motor car. For years, ever since the deposition of Canberra's overlord, Sir John Butters, the Daleys have used plate No. 1 on their official car, and have continued to use it, even though Mr. Daley has been relegated to a lower position with the change of local administration. Recently it was considered that Mr. Lyons, whose official residence is at Canberra, should have No. l plate, but polite requests to Mrs. Daley to re- linquish her first place met with equally polite refusals. It ended in stalemate, with Mr. Lyons compromising by bringing out an entirely new number plate, speci- ally designed for Ministerial cars. No...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

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