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BRITISH SETTLERS. Compensation Suggested. (Australian Press Association.) LONDON, August 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

BRITISH SETTLERS. Compensation Suggested. (Australian Press Association.) LONDON, August 27, The "Star," in a leader, says: "The decision of the hoodwinked British settlers in Victoria to issue a writ against the State in the Britysh High Court shows the pass to whiui thev have come in their elforts to secuio justice. It is tragic that they should have to add legal expenses to their other losseb. The suggestion of com- pensation is frankly made, not to give them justice, but to quieten their de- mands. Therefore some steps "should be taken to avert the humiliating finale of a trial before the eyes of the world."

Publication Title: Courier-Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

pORRIE & CO., *"' SHAREBROKER8, Established 1877. Alexander Corrie, Douglas M. Corrie, Colin C. Corrie, Earbuxx fíouse, Eagle Street, Brisbane,

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CITY'S ROADS. Motorists Complain. ARE THEY NEGLECTED? [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

CITY'S ROADS. Motorists Complain. -* ARE THEY NEGLECTED? Brisbane's bitumen main roads are not maintained in an order commen- surate with, the expenditure of over £1,000,000 on them. This is the com- plaint of motorists, who have experi- enced discomfort from ruts in road surfaces, and have had to pay for re- pairs to springs through running into big holes. Even allowing for the exer- cise of reasonable care, it is contended that travelling on a good road lulls a motorist into a sense of security, from which he violently awakens as his car crashes into an unsuspected cavity, which may break a spring or fracture a tyre. These openings in roads are dangerous at night time, when some of them are not easily discernible. The location of some of these springs and tyre traps discounts any argu- ments that may be advanced for care- ful driving. Many of the holes are the result of the opening of the streets for repairs to underground mains, as it is claimed that the road- way cannot be perma...

Publication Title: Courier-Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
TOE TORN OFF. CAUGHT IN WHEEL[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

TOE TORN OFF. CAUGHT IN WHEEL, When mounting into the pillion seat of a motor cycle on Saturday morning, Gerald Schoenwald (10) placed his bare foot near the revolving driving wheel, which cut off his great toe. The child, who lives with his par- ents, in Merthyr Road, New Farm, had been invited by the owner of the machine, Idris Davies, of Harris Street, Hawthorne, to go for a ride on the pillion seat. Schoenwald, however, failed to notice that the engine of the machine, which was parked at the kerbstone, was in motion. He was at-   tended by the Ambulance and admit- ted to the Children's Hospital.  

Publication Title: Courier-Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HOME PROJECTS. MORNINGSIDE FETE. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

HOME PROJECTS. MORNINGSIDE FETE. The most Interesting and attractiv» of the exhibits at the second annual flower show and fete at the Morningside State School, on Saturday, were those by the Home Project Club section. The clubs, three in number-vegetable, entomology, and poultry-are conducted by Mr. F. A. Krause, a member of the school staff, under tha supervision of the Education Department. The fete was formally opened by Mr. W. J. Copley, M.L.A., representing the Minister for Public Instruction (Mr. F. A. Cooper), Mr. Copley was Introduced by Mr. A. H. Wright, chairman of the Morn- ingside State School Flower Show and Fete Committee. Tho principal awards were: VEGETABLE CLUB.-Peas: L. Maddocks, Tomatoes: R. Crowley. Potatoes: E. John sen. Cabbage: L. Maddocks. Cucumber: P. Daniells. Lettuce: F. Cooms. Silver beet: C, Maltman. Mustard: D. Keen. Radish: P. Daniells. Carrots: Edna Laverack. Eschalots: F. Cooms. Beetroot: D. Wade. Turnips: F. Cooms. Kohl rabí: H. Sned don. Collection...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SEEKS VISITORS. Innisfail's Complaint. LEFT OUT OF TOURS. INNISFAIL, August 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

SEEKS VISITORS. Innisfail's Complaint. LEFT OUT OF TOURS. INNISFAIL, August 27. "It was to be deplored that Innisfail had been omitted from the itineraries of both the Prime Minister (Mr. J. A. Lyons) and the Leader of the Federal Labour Party (Mr. J. H. Scullin)," said Mr. G. Groom at a meeting to form a local publicity association, of which Mr. Groom was elected president. He added that Mr. Scullin subsequently came here upon receiving strong rep- resentations. Only one of several State Ministers had visited Innisfail during their recent Northern tours. The president of the Innisfail sub branch of the Returned Soldiers' League (Mr, R. H. Sherrington) com- plained that the official brochures of the Tourist Bureau did not adequately mirror Innisfall's scenic attractions, and had little reference to the fact that Innisfail was the centre of Aus- tralia's greatest sugar manufacturing units. I

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
LAW LIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

IAW LIST. The following is the law list for to- day: 10 a.m. Civil Sittings, before his Honour Mr. Justice Macrossan, S.P.J. -Crowther v. Robinson, trial; Black- more v. Larmer and others, to be mentioned. v 10 a.m.: Before their Honours, Mr. Justice Henchman and Mr. Justice E. A. Douglas, Chambers, in court. Re Rapson and Dutton, Pty., Ltd., ap- plication, under Financial Emergency Act. 11 a.m.. in Federal Bankruptcy Jurisdiction.-Re Abraham Hertzberg. ex parte Miriam Hertzberg, James Park Macfarlane, respondent, motion (adjourned hearing).

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TRAGIC END. MISSING WOMAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

TRAGIC END. MISSING WOMAN. The body of Mrs. Dora Alice Hen- derson (45, widow), of Nuttall Street, Bulimba, was found hanging from a beam in the kitchen of a house at Thorneside, near Cleveland, on Satur- day morning. The deceased, who had been missing since Tuesday, left her home to go shopping, and when she did not return the police were in- formed. On Friday it was discovered that the keys of the family's holiday cottage at Thorneside were missing, and a neighbour at Thorneside was re- quested by telephone to make investi- gations, but although he looked through the windows, he saw nothing amiss. On Saturday the father and son of the deceased, who visited the cottage, found the woman's body. Latterly, Mrs. Henderson and her two children had resided with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Bullock, Bulimba.]

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TOW LINE BREAKS. TUG IN DIFFICULTIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

TOW LINE BREAKS. TUG IN DIFFICULTIES. After the Strathaird had been turned in the turning basin on Bulimba Reach, yesterday, the Carlock, which was tow- ing her, stern first, to the wharf, was seen to be in difficulties. It appeared that.the suction of the liner's screws had made it impossible to steer-the tug, .which' got athwart the Strathaird's stern, and heeled over, showing her bilge. A great strain was placed on the tow line, which parted. By this lime the liner was danger- ously near the shore, but the tugs Coringa and Forceful manoeuvred her safely to her berth.

Publication Title: Courier-Mail, The
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POWER OF PRAYER. BISHOP DIXON AT IPSWICH. IPSWICH, August 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

POWER OF PRAYER. BISHOP DIXON AT IPSWICH. IPSWICH, August 27. Bishop H. H. Dixon visited Ipswich to-day, and conducted services in St. Paul's Church of England. He cele- brated Holy Communion at 7.30 a.m., before a large congregation. Following the service a Communion breakfast was held, at which the rector (Rev. F. B. C. Birch) welcomed the Bishop and Mr. F. T. Cross, of Brisbane. At 9.30 a.m. the rector was celebrant at a sung Eucharist. The Bishop, in "his address on prayer, urged the people to pray for the large number of young persons who were going to be confirmed dur- ing the afternoon. At 3 p.m. a confirmation service was held, at which 140 candidates were confirmed. At evensong Bishop Dixon, speaking of the parable of the Sower, referred to the spiritual seed which had been sown that afternoon. He appealed to the congregation to do all possible by their prayers, example, and help to bring forth a rich spiritual harvest.

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

I----_-. . ..-...^ ¡Doughty & Graysonj ,'. Established 17 Years '.? jlïl STOCK and STATION | Í! AGENTS, - jj II Farm & Livestock Salesmen,!' '..'. Choice Grazing: Properties, Í Ijlj Dairy, Agricultural, Cane, and lill Fruit Farms for sale in all parts . ;?; of Queensland and New South ¡ Hil Wales. |l ... CLEARING SALES A : mi SPECIALITY. I IJIJ Note the address: ; til] First Floor, I [«j COURIER BUILDING. ; ,'m 'Phone B3101 (2 Lines). j

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FIRMER TENDENCY. Wool Markets. CONFIDENT FEELING. (Australian Press Association.) LONDON, August 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

FIRMER TENDENCY. .Wool Markets. CONFIDENT FEELING. (Australian Press Association.) LONDON, August 23. In his weekly report Mr. w. P. Devereux, the London representative of, the Australian Wool Growers' and Graziers' Councils,-says: "A confident feeling regarding values exists in most of the wool centres, and a hardening tendency is apparent. At Bradford the top-makers are adopting a pro- tective attitude. Merino tops have ad- vanced by Id. There is a substantial amount of new business, and the machinery output is being well taken up. The prices of fine crossbred tops of 50's qualities and upwards have advanced, with some new business. Low quality crossbreds are firm, with not much business, "The prices of merino yarns have advanced in sympathy with the tops, although the spinners cannot obtain the full advance. Crossbred yarns are firm, but there is not much new busi- ness, and particulars are not coming in so well. "The sale of about 1,000,0001b. of wool to Russia, through German c...

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STOLE FROM HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

STOLE FROM HOSPITA!. Albert George Hamilton (20), lab- ourer, on Saturday, was fined 10/, in | default 'imprisonment for seven days, by Mr. J. S. Berge, P.M., when he admitted having stolen a pair of blankets, valued at 10/, the property of the Toowoomba Hospital, on August 5. Senior Sergeant J. Henderson, who prosecuted, said the defendant was an out-patient of the Toowoomba Hospi- tal at the time of the theft. He told the police when he was .arrested In Brisbane that he wanted the blankets for a swag when hs went "on tHe track." i l » ;.. .

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

TO-MORROW, TUESDAY, AT IO A.M., COMPREHENSIVE ASSORTMENT OF NEW AND SECOND-HAND FURNITURE. BEAUTIFUL 4-PCE. S.O. BEDROOM SUITE, 8-PCE. S.O. DINING-ROOM SUITE, SPECIALLY CONSTRUCTED 3-PCE. CHESTERFIELD SUITE IN GENOA VELVET, CARPETS, AND QUANTITY OF SECOND-HAND FURNITURE. FOR. SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION AT THE ROOMS OF F. G. PEARCE PTY., LTD., ¿OZ GEORGE STREET, NEXT TRITTON'S. 400 LOTS, comprising:-3 5-PCB S.O. Bedroom Suites. Beautiful 5-Pce. S.O. Bedroom Suite. 3-Pcc. S.O. Bedroom Suite. 8-Pce. S.O. Dilling Room Suite, 4-pce. Blue Ducoed Kitchen Suite. Chesterfield Suites, Occ. Tables, Side- boards. S.O. Dlulng Chairs, Carpets, Curtains, Window Blinds. E.L. Shades; American Oak Lowboy. Dinner Waggon, and Duchess. Wooden Beds, S.O. Beds, Linen Presses. Wardrobes, Duchess Chests. Duplex Mattresses, Fibre and Flock Mattresses, Linoleum. Dining Room Tables. A.B. Chairs, Ver. Blinds. Bath Mats, Kitchen Cabinets. Ducoed Kit. .Cabinets, Chiffoniers, Statue, Round Table & 4 Dining Cha...

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SOUTHPORT GOLF. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

SOUTHPORT GOLF. SOUTHFORT. All3ust 27.^F0Ur.-ball best ball matches played on the South- port golf links during tho wcok-end re- sulted: S. B. Ward and B. G. Lawrance de featod J. N. Radcllfto and M. R. Walker, 2 up; W. G. Leal and O. J. Golder de- feated A. and N. Kretso'nmar, 5 up and 4; A. C. H. Gibbs and W. G. Loal squared with A. and N. Kretschmar.

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ON GOAL AVERAGE. Hockey Championship. QUEENSLAND WINS. Queensland and New South Wales provided one of the most thrilling games in the history of the Noall Shield, at the Exhibition Oval, No. 2, on Saturday. Queensland, for the second time in succession, won the hockey championship of Australia. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

ON GOAL AVERAGE! Hockey Championship. QUEENSLAND WINS. Queensland and New South Wales provided one of the most thrilling games in the history of the Noall Shield, at the Exhibition Oval, No. 2, on Saturday. Queensland, vfor the second time in succession, won the hockey championship of Australia. Tho game was a scoreless draw, for the defence or both sides was excellent. The excitement was particularly Intense In the closing stages, when Queensland subjected the Now South Wales goal to a severo barrage. Reid, tho New South Wales custodian, time and again saved what appeared to bo certain goals. Tho two backs, Elliott and Rothwell, ably per- formed a great task. Watson, In the Queensland goal, did as Woll as the New South Wales keeper. Queensland also were ably served at full- back by Barnes and Scott. The Queens- land hair-backs combined well with tho forwards, who, particularly In tbo Beconcl half, were inclined to crowd togethor, so that good scoring chances wero frequently missed....

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

BUSIiSESSCS TOR SALE. DOUGHTY 4. Gravson-Countrj n->\\a agency exclusive rights splen ild I town trade £280 monthlj profit» J-6b monthlv rent 3d weekly Hines» o' w11» only reason for sacrifice £lla0_I DOUGHTY i. Grayson -Countn neyvs ¡ agency mixed and small cafe traJo £200 cash monthlv net profit» £21 monthly \erv easy business to manage | superior accommodation price £500 ¡ DOUGHTY &. Grajson-Newsagencj . business with newspaper run paoer, 12120 weekly trade £500 monthlv 'all cash) stock £400 profits at least 2o per cent Price £1700 plus -,tock_ I DOUGHTY &, Grayson-Post offlco store appointment £20/10 per mouth I Situated excellent centre North Coa^t ' Combining general store newsagency pos i office and manv other valuable agencies | Extract Income tax return last jear ri es £4805 purchases £3858 profits £947 and , post office appointment £239 Total uro- I f ts £1186 Valuable plant including Whippet utility 1930 model Price ~8 0 DOUGHTY &, Grayson-Thriv...

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ASSOCIATION'S CUP. B GRADE, SECTION A. IPSWICH v. MAYNE HARRIERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

ASSOCIATION'S CUP. B GRADE, SECTION A. IPSWICH v. MAYNE HARRIERS. 220 YARDS.-P. Roubln (M.), 1; W. Dale dps.), 2; M. Foot dps.), 3. Time, 25 4-5. Ipswich, 7; Mayne, 6. 880 YARDS.-M. M'Mahon dps.). 1; L. Currell (M.), 2; E. Allen (I.), 3; M. Ker- win (M.), 4! J. Patterson (M.), 5. Timo, 2.24 4-5. Ipswich, 10; Mayne, 6. DISCUS THOW.-A. Ross (I.), 1; M. Foot (I.), 2; M. KUmartln (M.), 3; T. Patterson (I.). 4. Distance, 76ft. lOln. Ips.. 12; M.. 3. BROAD JUMP.-E. Glover (I.) 1, T. Han. sen (I.) 2, C. Cecil (M.) 3, P. Roubln (M.) 4, 19ft. 81n. I. 10, M. 5. THREE MILES.-W. Newlands (I.) 1, A. M'Mlllen (I.). 2, M. Kirwin (M.), 3, D. M'Mlllen (I.) 4, M. KUmartln (M.), 5, 17.59 ips. 12 M.H. 4. HAMMER THROW.-E. Glover (I.), 1; J. Ross (I.), 2; 55ft. I.. 10; M., 0. POLE VAULT.-R. Malloy (I.), T. Foote (I.). R. Bradshaw (I.), tie, 1; L. Currell (M.). 4. Ips., 13; M.. 2. MILE WALK.-L. Jones (I.), 1; E. Jones (I.). 2; T. Byrne (I.), 3; P. Jones (M.), 4; C. Blumson (M.). 5. I., 13; M., 3. MEDLEY R...

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

AUCTION SALES AND PROPERTY LIST._ FOR SALE, BY PUBLIC AUCTION, "MARYSVALE," WARWICK. Under instructions from ELDERS TRUSTEE AND EXECUTOR COMPANY LIMITED, and MR. G. J. WARE, of Adelaide. Trustees In the Estate of Charles Boxer Ware. Deceased, DALGETY & COMPANY. LIMITED. Brisbane, and MCDOUGALL & COMPANY. Warwick (Auctioneers in conjunction), Will offer the abovementloned property for sale by Public Auction. McDougall «St Co.'s Auction Rooms, Warwick, On Saturday, 30th September, 1933, at 11 a.m., SITUATED.-1 mile from Elbow Valley Cheese Factory, approximately 16 miles from Warwick, and 12 miles from Killarney. AREA.-4686 (more or less) acres, FREEHOLD. COUNTRY.-Described as granite and basalt country, timbered with ironbark, stringy bark, and appletree. WATERED.-By Creeks and Springs. IMPROVEMENTS.-Include good homestead. Fenced and subdivided into 10 paddocks; new woolshed, with 4 stands, with men's quarters. The shed and quarters cost £1600 to erect in 1926; all n...

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

A BLOCK of 9 Self conUlned Flats BRICK Building In excellent po» tion vers low rent beautlfullv furnished good lease all separate Gas and Light Meters even flat has its own Bathroom and sewer as« BARGAIN £350. RESIDENTIAL, CONTAINING 12 ROOMS Bath room rent only 30 week excellent high position THIS is the BARGAIN of \e ONLY £85. CONFECTIONERY. HIS business Is the PICK of 1 IND Takings over £60 weeUi LIST and bTOCK are valued e 400 IMPOSSIBLE TO FALLT PRICE, £375 BLOCKED NEWSAGENCY and POST-OFFICE 10LR MON El is secure In t Is business THERE is no better A VLLE offering in BRISBANE CIRCULATION 4000 SINGLE PAPERS WEEKLY PI ANT aivi STOCK guaranteed at £425 EAERA PROOF GIN EN CASH REQUIRED £900 MIXED INCOME TAN. RETURNS ava-llle to pro\e PROFITS are ÍM0 UEEhIA CALL and get full PAR- TICULARS and then let vour AC- COUNTANT INVESTIGATE IT BARGAIN £330 W. CARR & CO.

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