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VALLEY THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 31 August 1933
VALLEY THEATBE. "Luxury Liner," which is the prin- cipal attraction at the Valley Theatre to-day, presents a novel and unusual entertainment, the entire action of the story taking place on a luxurious ocean liner. Romance, drama, tragedy, comedy, wealth, and poverty are found side by side, and each plays an im- portant part in the romance of the ship's doctor and his able assistant, the nurse. George Brent, Zita Johann, Vlvienna Osborne, and Alice White all play Important roles. " The associate feature is "It's a King," in which Syd- ney Howard is seen as an insurance agent who, while holidaying on the Continent, is mistaken for the miss- ing monarch of a small kingdom. Clnesound All Australian Review and other overseas gazettes will complete the programme. Next Saturday "The Nuisance," with Madge Evans, and "The Crime of the Century," with Stuart Irwin and Prances Dee, will be presented.
SOUTHPORT. FISHING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 31 August 1933
SOUTHPORT. riSHING CLUB. At a moetlng of the Southport Amatour Fishing Club It was decided to hold the next competition on Soptember 5. A silver cup, given by Mr. T. R. Hall, was allotted as the prize for the aggregate for tho night competitions during the season. The cup has to be won twice In succession, or three times In all, be- fore becoming the property of the winner. A trophy, donated by Messrs. M'Whlrters'. Ltd. (Brisbane), was allotted as the prize for the aggregate for tho year. It was agreed that a Tosa bowl given by the president (Mr. R. A. J. Cox) be called the Foundation Bowl and that it bo awarded for the aggregate of six special competi- tions, to be held during the year. The bowl has to be won thro« times In BUO cesslon, or four times In all, before be- coming the property of tho winner. SOUTHPORT SHOW. Advice was received to-day from Mr. T. F. Plunkett, M.L.A., that tho Minister for Works (Mr. H. A. Bruce) has acoepted the Invitation of the Southport Show Society t...
VISIT AUSTRALIA. FAMOUS GUARDS' BAND. TO TOUR ALL STATES. CANBERRA. August 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 31 August 1933
VISIT AUSTRALIA. FAMOUS GUARDS' BAND. TO TOUR ALL STATES. CANBERRA. Außust 30. An invitation to the famous British1 Coldstream Guards Band to visit Aus- tralia for the Melbourne Centenary celebrations ^next year has been sent by the0. Commonwealth' Government. The Government plans that the band should spend some time in Melbourne and then tour all the State capitals under the auspices of the Australian Broadcasting Commission. Recitals will be given over the air as well as in the main concert halls. It is understood that the Common- wealth Government will be prepared to share the expenses of the under- taking with the Victorian Government, but much of the costs will be offset by the takings if the concerts prove as popular as expected. I
SALE OF DRUGS. Move by Chemists. A BILL PREPARED. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 31 August 1933
SALE OF DRUGS. Move by Chemists. A BILL PREPARED. Dissatisfaction on tile part of Bris- bane chemists at the growing practice of the sale of drugs by department stores and shopkeepers other than chemists has culminated in a draft Bill being prepared by the Pharmacy Board of Queensland. This proposed Bill will be considered by members of the board, and, if approved, or amended, will then be submitted to the Home Secretary, who will be urged to Introduce legis- lation on those lines. Another subject which the Home Secretary will be asked to consider, and doubtless will be introduced in the same Bill, will be that of monopolies or chain stores. It will be contended that chemists are essential to the public, and that for this reason the in- dividual chemist should not be squeezed out.
The STORYTELLER A SEVEN YEARS' SENTENCE. CHAPTER XXV.—Continued. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 31 August 1933
A SEVEN YEARS' SENTENCE. By T. C. BKIDGES. CHAPTER XXV.-Continued. The bogus heir was of middle height, rather broad in the shoulders, and unis appearance was exaggerated by the American-cut overcoat he wore. He had a broad, rather flat face and sandy hair; and his eyes, set very far apart, were like bits of pale blue glass. Jerry had seen eyes like these before. They belonged to the bucko mate of an American schooner, a man who had a shocking bad reputation with his crew. Faul pulled up opposite the front door, and he and his companion got out "Say, it's a right nice place," Jerry heard the second man remark 'in a regular "Down East" drawl. "The dame who owns this is sure lucky." Jerry's lip curled in disgust. "Why, he's simply a New York tough," he remarked to himself. "The idea of springing a fellow like that on Jill and Fay!" His fists clenched as he watched Faul, and his lips tight- ened. He would cheerfully have given five years of his life to be able to walk across and tell F...
NAZI CONGRESS 350,000 ATTEND. DISPLAY OF POWER. (Australian Press Association.) BERLIN, August 29. About 350,000 Nazis have assembled at Nuremberg for a fivedays' congress, which is to be opened on Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 31 August 1933
NAZI CONGRESS 350,000 ATTEND. DISPLAY OF POWER. (Australian Press Association.) BERLIN, August 29. About 350,000 Nazis have as- sembled at Nuremberg for a five days' congress, which is to be opened on Wednesday. During the proceedings Herr Hitler will twice address his followers. It Is not a mere political meeting, but Is a demonstration of power party on an impressive scale. Every mem- ber of the German Cabinet -will attend, also 40 diplomats, the Premiers of the various States, and 1000 guests of honour from various parts of the World. The senior Nazis number 180,000, and the women members 12,000, the rest being Storm Troopers and members of the Hitler Youth Movement, who will pitch their tents around Herr Hitler's tent throughout the confer- ence. During the congress no vehicles will be allowed to enter Nuremberg, ex- cept food transports, nor will aviators bo allowed to fly over the district. These precautions have been taken to ensure that there will be no attempt at political ...
FARM PRODUCE. MAIZE SHORT. MIXED CHAFF EASIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 31 August 1933
FARM PRODUCE. MAIZE SHORT. MIXED CHAFF EASIER. Fairly large supplies of fodder Unes, with lucerne and mixed chaffs In obout oquol proportions, were on offer at the Boma Street Markets yesterday. Prices of mixed chaff, much of which was of In- ferior quality, were easier. Tuesday's quota of lucerno chaff totalled 1686 bags, whereas yesterday's total was 670 bags, Mixed chaff totalled 634 bags, while oaten chaff (local) totalled 385 bags, the Im- ported offering totalling four trucks. Tlie best price received for lucerne chaff was £5 a ton for 54 bags of Lowood pro- duce, while tho next best, £4/16/8, was paid for a Boonah consignment of 86 bags. Other prices ranged from £4/15/ to £3/15/ a ton. Altogether 382 bags wero passed In, the best price refused being £4/18/4, and the lowest £3/10/ a ton. The best price received for local oaten chaff was £5/10/ a ton for Har- risville and Wilson's .Plains fodder. All the imported chaff was passed In, the best price offered being £6 and the lowe...
CROCODILE CREEK DREDGING. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 31 August 1933
CROCODILE CREEK DRUDGING. Shares In Crocodilo Creek Gold Dredg- ing, N.L., which will operate at Boulder combo, Queensland, have been oversub- scribed, says a Melbourne exchange. Capital Is £25,000, In 100,000 shares of 5/ each, of which 65,000 aro contributing to be Issued at 2/ a share,
HERCULES MINE, BENDIGO. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 31 August 1933
HERCULES MINE, BENDIGO. The week's milling of 249 tons from the Hercules mine, Bendigo, Victoria, yielded 169 1/4 ounces of gold, a grade of more than 13 1/2dwt. a ton. The return for the preceding week averaged slightly more than 19dwt. a ton. The stones from the 1725ft. south drive were drawn on largely for the output. Ore in the rise 300ft. south, a Melbourne report states, con- tinues to show gold in breaking.
AERIAL SURVEY OF W.A. FIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 31 August 1933
AERIAL SURVEY OF W.A. FIELDS. An extensivo aerial photographic survey of Western Australian gold fields Is being undertaken by the Western Mining Cor- poration, \Ltd., which was registered In Melbourne early this year. Concessions granted to tho corporation by tho West- ern Australian Government cover an nrea of 1200 square miles of country, In which the existence of gold-bearing deposits is known. Tlie aerial service will cover theso areas as well as other districts In which it Is hoped to gather evidence of the presence of new oro bodies.
90,000,000 Bees at Market. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 31 August 1933
90,000,000 Bees at Market. For centuries a large bees' market has been held annually at the village of Bccncndaal, in Holland, when 3000 hives, containing ap- proximately 90,000,000 bees, arc o ffered for sale. This picture shows portion of the market.
OPINIONS ON MINERALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 31 August 1933
OPINIONS ON MINERALS. For the convenience of "Tho Courier-1 Mall" readers we have arranged with the trustees of the estate of the late Mr. B. A. Derrick, assajer and analyst (Alllanco Assurance Building, Eaglo-street) ? and with Mr. H C. Oakes. A A O I" who Is now conti oiling the business, to continuo the service previously in force for an opinion (not an analysis) on samples of ores, lucís, Industrial products, etc. Sam- ples should be sent addressed to tho Editor, together with a nominal fee of 2/6, lor an opinion on each sample The opinion will bo published In this column.
SEARCH ON LAND AND WATER. Postal Employee. MISSING SINCE AUGUST 24. An extensive search on land and water is being made by the police for Robert Buchanan, a young postal employee, who has been missing since August 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 31 August 1933
SEARCH ON LAND AND WATER. Postal Employee. MISSING SINCE AUGUST 24. An extensive search on land and water ;is being made by the police for Robert Buchanan, a young postal employee, who has been missing since August 24. At dawn yesterday the Water Police launch left Brisbane for Bribie Island in an endeavour to trace Buchanan, who ? left his home in Russell Street, West End, a week ago. Constable T. Johnston and G. Young, assisted by supernumerary constables from the depot, will also engage in a search which is expected to occupy several days. It is known that Buchanan was in tho habit of visiting Bribie Island occasionally for the purpose of shoot- ing and fishing, and it is feared that he may have met with an accident. It has been established that on the day he was reported missing he was seen by a friend on the steamer Koopa, as it was leaving Bribie. Buchanan is said to have been sitting alone at the stern of the vessel, and he appeared to be depressed. Since his disappearance th...