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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933
Tile Road to Better Health STARTS AT THE SYDNEY SANITARIUM 6OO feet above sea-level). in healthy highland surroundings. All classes ol patients-excepting Mental and Consumptive-can gain a new lease of life under the spe- cial care and treatment at the Sanltarlum, which is also equip- ped with the most modern appli- ances for medical and surgical treatments. NEURITIS and NEURASTHENIA is specially treated by means of MASSAGE and ELECTRICAL TREATMENT. Write for further information and illustrated booklet of this-AUS- TRALIA'S LEADING HYDRO. NOTE.-Patients from Queensland are met on arrival at Hornsby and conveyed by car to the Sanitarium. The Manager, The Sydney Sanitarium & Hospital. Fox Valley Road, WAHROONGA. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Telephone: Wahroonga 683-684.
KILMAINE WINS. ANY GOOD'S DOUBLE. COURSING AT VIRGINIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933
KILMAINE WINS. ANY GOOD'S DOUBLE. COURSING AT VIRGINIA. The Virginia Coursing Club held » meeting at Virginia Park yesterday, when nine events were decided. A feature was the success of Any Good, which scored a winning double. Results: FIRST COURSE.-Cloudy Mora (V. Briggs'), blk.d., by Pickwick Papers-Chap pelane, 29 yards, 1; Queen o' Diamonds (M. Donohue'B), bd.b., by Dimple Scott Miss Ponderer, 33 yards, 2. Other starters: Humbug Scott, 27 yards; Mid- night, 29 yards; Gloriólo, 29 yards; Tango Lad, 30 yards; Sweet Song, 30 yards; Firefly, 32 yards. Betting: 4 to 1 v. Cloudy Morn. Won by a length. Time, 12 3-5sec. SECOND COURSE.-Peg Weg (P. Demp sey's), bd.b., by Wilberforce-Dechmont, 25 yards, 1; Fisher Boy (I. Bono's), blk.d., by Hazel Boy-Baby Acacia, 23 yards, 2. Other starters: Fluke's Pride, 23 yards; Acacia Rose, 23 yards; Red Heron, 24 yards; Betty Bell, 25 yards; Kilmaine, 25 yards; French Maid, 25 'yards; Marlon Force, 25 yards. Betting: 5 to 2 v. Peg weg. Won by one and...
BODY-LINE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE COURIER-MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933
BODY-LINE. Sir,-The writings of Mister Jardine and Mister Larwood have been read with considerable Interest, and, no doubt, "Alf" Noble, "Clem." Hill, and Oxenham have all appreciated their views. I am also sure the general public will be glad to know that I am negotiating for a tour of all the capital centres of Australia, and am confident I am on the best money-spinner ever known. Mister Jar- dine and Mister Larwood will, If pos- sible, be engaged for a season. Mister Larwood would bowl six overs, at inter- vals, to Mister Jardine, every ball to be bowled just as Mister Larwood bowled the remainder of his over at Oxenham on the Brisbane Cricket Ground. Oxenham is to be coached by Bradman in a series of "ducking" exercises, as I Intend to have him engaged to relieve Mister Jar- dine while the latter rests or gets pawned up. Silence will be Imperative, and a strong bodyguard will be engaged with a liberal supply of gags. Any one attempting to do anything but applaud (except In the c...
BOWLING WIZARD. CHAMPIONSHIP HABIT. MR. BOUCHARD'S RECORD Years ago some one in the South named Mr. T. W. Bouchard "The Wizard." It was a recognition of more than his habit, then long established and continued through the years since, of winning bowling championships for his State, his club, or himself, in rinks, pairs or singles. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933
BOWLING WIZARD. CHAMPIONSHIP HABIT. MR. BOUCHARD'S RECORD Years ago some one In the» South named Mr. T. W. Bouchard "The Wizard." It was a recognition of more than his habit, then long established and continued through the years since, of 'winning bowl- ing championships for his State, his club, or himself, in rinks, pairs or singles. ÎT expressed aptly a quality that has . brought success against seeming- ly impossible odds, retrieved forlorn Tom Bouchard. hopes, converted a big adverse score to a winning one by as large a margin. This quality was exemplified again in the Inter-State match between Queensland and New South Wales. His rink at one stage was down, 20 to 6, but pulled up, and won by 34 to 20, scoring 28 points, while the opponents' score remained station- ary. Last week his rink won the State champion- ship by 27 points to 17. Mr. Bouchard won the Queensland singles championship in the seasons 1905-6, 1908-9, 1916-17; was the skip- per in the State pairs championship m ...
WYNNUM ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933
WYNNUM ASSOCIATION. i The following is the draw for games to be played during the week-end: Saturday: Wellings A v. Rentown A (grand final, first grade), on White Wings' court; Glen-isla court, F. Cory v. Alan Hargreaves, W. Metcalfe (captain) Mrs. Metcalfe v. A, Craig-Miss M. Craig, V. Bull-Mrs. Bull v. E. Trautwelller Mrs. Trautwelller, F. Cory-C. Cory v. J. Russell-R. Lind; Carlton court, V. Bull v. A. Henrlckson, R. Symes v. A. Gardiner (captain), E. Smith v. Arch, Hargreaves; Catholic No. 1 court, J. Love v. E. Starr (semi-final), Miss M. Wright v. Miss J. Love, Miss R. Porter v. Miss J. M'Kinnon; Catholic No. 2 court, N. Dyer v. G. Stevens, Miss S. Blrbeck v. winner, Miss Wright v. Miss Love, O. Martin-Miss P. Steele v. N. Dyer-Mrs. A. Gardiner; Tit-Bits* court, R. Pavey v. H. Penrose (final second grade singles), -weiller, V. B. Wilson v. T. Jones. V. B. Go-nlk-F, Stoff (semi-final second grade men's doubles). Sunday.-Glen-isla court. J. M'Nellly L. Dodd v. E. Trautwelller-K....
TITLE-HOLDERS FANCIED. Warehouse Doubles Final. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933
TITLE-HOLDERS FANCIED. Warehouse Doubles Final. Interest in Warehouse tennis on Satur- day will be focussed on the open men's doubles championship, in which T. Shaw and E. Recce, the holders of the title, will be opposed by G. Newman and B. O'sullivan. A close gamo is anticipated, but last year's champions are the popular fancy. In the final of the mixed turf grade ladies' singles championship Miss G. Barber will meet Miss N. Barrow. Last Saturday Miss Barber eliminated Miss H. Forth, the latter being compelled to for- feit in the third set, when the score stood 6-all. Because of her greater ex- perience on the turf courts Miss Barrow Is the choice for the title. The Junior men's singles championship will enter the semi-final stage on Satur- day, and It Is anticipated that the final will be fought out between I. Zahnlelter and T. A. Holloway. The draw for Saturday Is:-Open men's singles Championship, on Brisbane Club courts (second round): A. Mossop v. T. Shaw, W. Hawkins v. N. Mann...
Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933
RACKED IN QUEENSLAND KING -TEA GOOD TO THE LAST DROP TRITTON SPECIAL Again we offer a special, selected from our wide ronce of Bedroom Suites, and ruthlessly reduced fa price for One Week only. This Bedroom Suite shows a saving of £4/5/ off usual price, and only a limited quantity will be available at this saving. Come in early and look this Suite over and observe for yourself its solid construction, seasoned timbers, sound craftsmanship, and outstanding beauty ol design. Vi f:^f-k^s ¥? -.LÜilL-T">\ -; J¡''YV*Y\^$M' t'A"" "; J Here is Your Opportunity to Save Money Your Friends would envy you a Bedroom Suite Uko this, and for One Week you may purchase It at a saving of £4/5/, Hie Bedroom Suite is finished in beautifully polished Silky Oak, and comprises a 5ft. Wardrobe with 3 doors, 2/3 fitted with hanging space, and 1/3 with trays and Trouser Knckj an extra large shaped Bevelled Mirror, and neatly decorated panels; 3ft 61n. recessed top, bow front Dressing Table, with 5 Drawers,...
KEDRON POISONING. CHRISTMAS DAY TRAGEDY. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933
KEDRON POISONING. CHRISTMAS DAY TRAGEDY. "The deceased's financial position, together with his wife's frequent re- quests to him for money which he evi- dently did not have, and her chiding of him when he refused, would be a motive for his committing suicide, and attempting to take the life of his wife. My investigations failed to re- veal any evidence other than that the strychnine was self-admlnlstered," said Plain-clothes Constable James Edward Donovan, at the adjourned inquest, held yesterday by the City Coroner (Mr. J. J. Leahy), into the death of Norman Richard Johnson. Johnson, a locomotive fireman, of Tivoli Hill, North ipswich, . died from strychnine poisoning last Christmas Day at the residence of his father in-law, F. E. Smith. Stafford Road, Kedron. Mr. J. Casey appeared for Maria Johnson, mother of the deceased, and Mr. S. H. Walker (Messrs. Walker and Walker) for the widow. The witnesses were examined by Constable T.Long. Dr. Kenneth B. Fraser said that he had been cal...
GALLERY NOTES. POLITICAL RECHAUFFE ADDRESS IN REPLY CARRIED. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933
GALLERY NOTES. POLITICAL RECHAUFFE ADDRESS IN REPLY CARRIED. Generally. I tear,-¡law sad Is the confes- sion! We're settling down to Dullness for ths session. Ouzo on tho speaker's countenance of lassitude. Might he not be a care-worn, weary Sphinx, Peering o'er limitless deserts of crassitude Wherefrom Wit's fount no weary traveller drinks? The Parliamentary menu at present is one of dreary sameness. The debate on the Address In Reply spreads out thinly and goes a long way-like hoarding-house butter. The speeches are mostly a rechauffe of odds and ends from the political cauldron, garn- ished with half-baked theories from political primers, and pickled "her- rings," the worse for wear from re- peated mauling, session after session, make a daily appearance on the polit- ical table d'hote, the entire concoc- tion, prepared by Parliamentary chefs, being seasoned with cayenne, and served piping hot, IF THOSE LIPS COULD SPEAK! Mr. Speaker is one of those ideal por&ons, a good li...
LAND COURT. IMPROVEMENTS VALUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933
LAND COURT. IMPROVEMENTS VALUED. The value of Improvements owned by the Queensland National Pastoral Com- pany, Ltd, and Charles James Gallagher on grazing homestead No. 2888, In the St. George district, payable by the selec- tor (E. H. B. Jackson), was determined In the Land Court yesterday by Mr. J. H. Shaw, a member of the Land Court, A summary of his reserved decisions Is as follows: 1. Rabbit and dog netting fence 'on part of north boundary adjoining Car- diff holding (409.06 chains).-Skeleton fence, trenching, attaching and clearing, half value payable, £135/16/; rabbit net- ting and dog netting were not valuod, but the selector has agreed to take over a half share of the charges. 2. Babbit netting fence on part of east boundary (267.32 chains)_Skeleton fence, attaching, trenching, and clearing, half value payable, £46/15/8; rabbit not- ting, half value payoble. £21/14/4; skele- ton of dog netting fence, half value pay- able, £19/12/8; dog netting was not valued, but the selec...
TO-DAY'S LAW LIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933
TO-DAY'S LAW LIST. TJie following is the law list for to- day:-10 asa,., before his Honour Mr. Justice Webb. In court: Re John Brown, deceased, motion under Testa- tors' Family Maintenance Act. 10 a.m., before their Honours Mr. Justice Henchman and Mr. Justice E. A. Douglas: Hines v. Hines, matrimonial trial. Re J. W. Ashburn and Ferrier, motion under' Mortgagors' Relief Act. Re J. W. Ashburn and Ballaroo Pty.. Ltd., motion under Mortgagors' Relief Act. Re P. A. Jensen and Maudley, two motions under Mortgagors' Relief Act. Re Globe Pty." Company, Ltd., and Morning Bulletin Pty.. Ltd., mo- tion under Mortgagors' Relief Act. IN FEDERAL BANKRUPTCY JURIS- DICTION. 10 a.m.: Re Thomas Robert Porter, ex parte John Brazier, creditor's peti- tion for sequestration order. Re Myra Elizabeth Stanton, ex parte Hans Ludwig Mikkelsen (adjourned hear- ing), creditor's petition for sequestra- tion order. Re Herbert William Miller, a bankrupt, ex parte Herbert William Miller, application for order of...
GOLDEN WEDDING. BUNDABERG COUPLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933
GOLDEN WEDDING. BUNDABERG COUPLE. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Cobb, who cele- brated their golden wedding on Thurs- day at the home of Mr. Peter Cobb, Cloyna, lived for many years at Cloyna before taking up their present residence at Bundaberg. Mr. Cobb came to Queensland in 1882, and obtained a position with the Milla- quin Sugar Co., at Bundaberg, which he occupied for about 20 years. In 1883 his marriage to Miss Elizabeth Lackie was solemnised in the Presbyterian Church, Bundaberg. In 1909 Mr. Cobb selected a large area of virgin scrub land in the Cloyna district, about 15 miles from Mur- gon, and he took a leading part in the development of the district. He was a director of the South Burnett Dairy Association, chairman of the Shire Coun- cil, and chairman of the Patriotic Com- mittee in the war period. A large gathering of friends and re- latives were present at the celebration, and telegrams of congratulation were re- ceived from all parts of Australia.
TRAIN JUMPERS. 2877 LAST YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933
TRAIN JUMPERS. 2S77 LAST YEAR. In the y/;ar ended on June 30 last 2894 persons were arrested in Queens- land for riding on trains without tickets, and 2877 were convicted. The total amount of fines imposed was £2428. In the previous year 2923 were arrested, 2912 .were convicted, and tho fines imposed totalled £2558. The Attorney-General (Mr. J. Mul- lan) gave this information in Parlia- ment yesterday in answer to a ques- tion by Mr. E. B. Maher .(Oppn., West Moreton). Asked how many men were sent to gaol because of inability to pay the fines imposed, Mr. Mullan said that the question should be addressed to a ' clairvoyant and not to tile At- torney-General. .
CHRISTMAS LAMBS. Gifts for Homeland. COURIER-MAIL OFFER. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933
CHRISTMAS LAMBS. Gifts for Homeland. COURIER-MAIL OFFER. Following the successful efforts of its predecessor during the last two years, The Courier-Mall has decided to continue the good, work and make available to its readers opportunities for sending Christmas gifts in the shape of Australian lambs to their friends In Great Britain in time to reach them for the festive season. The inauguration of the scheme in 1931 met with popular approval, and although only seven days elapsed from the first announcement until the clos- ing date no fewer than 534 lambs were forwarded, the cost of each lamb being 25s. Last year the re- sponse was even greater, and 1105 lambs were forwarded. Reports re- ceived from gratified recipients of these gifts show that the lambs arrived in the very best condition, and were greatly appreciated. The cost of the lambs this year will be 25s each, which will cover every charge, including delivery to the con- signee at any address in Great Bri- tain. BE DISPATCHED...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933
MARRIAGES. EMMOTT-TAYLOR.-On the 19th August, 1933, at St. Andrews, Lutwyche, by the Rev. J. H. Brown-Beresford, Frederick Reginald, younger Son ol the late Mr. F. C. and Mrs. Emmott, Hill Street, Woo- loowin, to Dorothy Mary, youngest Daughter of the late Mr. H and Mrs. Taylor, "Moseley," Hemmant. ROLL OF HONOUR. ANDREWS.-In loving memory of our dear Son and Brother, Jack, died of wounds, France, 30th August, 1918. MCINNES.-In loving memory of our dear Son and Brother, Corporal Donald Mcinnes, who died at Enoggera Military Hospital, August 30th, 1920. Ever Remembered. Inserted by Mother, Sisters, and Brothers. DEATHS. GREER.-On the 18th August, at Nambour Hospital, Marlo Christine Greer, Wife of A. W. Greer, of Eumundi, and dearly loved Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. N. P. Esbensen, McGregor Terrace, Padding- ton, Brisbane. . MUSGRAVE.-At his Brother's residence, Chinchilla, on August 20, John Bailey, eldest Son of the late Capt. Thomas Musgrave, F.R.G.S., late of Pt. Lonsdale, Victoria....
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933
FUNERAL DIRECTORS. JOHN Hislop & Sons, Funeral Directors, 544 Petrie Bight, city, and 17 Peel St.. &nbsp; South Brisbane. Phone B8705 and J3780. CANNON & Cripps, Funeral 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. 'Phone B1988, 2 lines. Efficiency, combined with dignity._ FOLEY, Cremin Pty., Ltd., Undertakers. Head office, Clarence Cnr., Sth, Bris- bane. Tel. J3701. MONUMENTAL. ANDREW L. Petrie, Monumental Sculp- &nbsp; tor. Cemetery Gates, Toowong, Bris- &nbsp; bane. Prices on application. Tel, Tw. 39. LONDON-AMERICAN Florists (M. S. &nbsp; Summerlin), No. 1 Insurance House, Ed- &nbsp; ward St. Tel. B4533, after hours, J8532. BERMUDA Art Florists. All floral work, wreaths, bouquets, cr. Ann and Wharf &nbsp; Sts.: tel. B3262, all hours. P...
"SMASH THE BANKS." Federal Labour Policy. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933
"SMASH THE BANKS." Federal Labour Policy. Complete national control of banking is the declared policy of the Federal Labour Party for the next general election, and out of the speeches of its advocates more of its details are appearing. Mr. J. H- Scullin explained to one of his Brisbane audiences a few weeks ago, at the beginning of his Queensland tour, that there would be no need for expropria- tion, . confiscation, or the buying out of private banks: "All the Governments and municipal and other public bodies," he said, "should have their accounts with the people's bank, and not with private banks making a profit out of the public funds lodged with them. If this business were held solely by the Commonwealth Bank no other bank could stand long in competition with it." Mr. F. M. J. Baker, M.HR., in an address in Brisbane last week-end, elabo- rated this theme: "When the Federal Labour Party was again in office," he said, "it would so legislate that all governmental and semi-governmen...
SAVOY—ASTOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933
SAVOY-r-ASTOR. Joan Crawford, who has an inimiU able flair for distinctive smartness, ia co-starred with Gary Cooper in To-> day We Live, a picture fully as dra- matic as the fashions she wears. Id will be screened to-night at the Savoy> Theatre, Clayfield. The associate at- traction, Fast Workers, with Mae Clark and Robert Armstrong, is full of thrills and comedy. For reservations telephone' M1107-1108. At the Astor, New Farm, Red Headed Woman, with Jean Harlow, will be shown. The associate attraction. Flesh, stars Wallace Beery and Karen Morley. For reservations telephone B4143.
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933
SPECIAL ADVERTISEMENTS. IT1REVOR Henderson, Optometrist, Spec '-». taclo Maker, Optician to Bris. Gen. Se Children's Hosps. T. & G. Bldg., Clty..B8068. The Pictorial Section of "THE QUEENSLANDER" For August 31 Includes: ¡TVPES OP OCEAN-GOING SAILING VESSELS.-Two and three masted schooners. A NORTHERN BEACH ROAD.-A pago of iplcturesquo views. CROWS NEST SHOW. BLACKALL.-L-An Interesting series of photographs taken by "Tlie Queens- lander" Caravanner. BUNDABERG. AS SEEN FROM THE TOWER OF ST. ANDREWS CHURCH. THE TEACHING STAFF OF THE NORMAL " SCHOOL IN 1885. OTHER FEATURES.-From the other side or the world (presentation of colours to tho 2nd Battalion, Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders; Ceylon Boy Scouts; Captain Cook's boyhood home; Dutch woman champion, Javellu thrower; striking bathing and beach costumes); Visiting New South Wales and Victorian bowlers; tho winning en- try in "The Queenslander" wildflower . quilt competition; the Queensland wood- chop champion; the successful E...