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TEAMS FOR TO-MORROW. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933
TEAMS FOR TO-MORROW. Tile Rugby League teams to participate in to morrow s fixtures are - Western Suburbs Backs P Cash H Domau W Taylor A Jones A Hunt W Wright T Lynagh C M Leary C Philpott (two to be omitted) forwards J Donovan T Murphy E Denny T M Manus V Rudd T Purtcll P Johnson (one to be omitted) Eastern Suburbs Backs W Wright W Carter W Thomson L Scanlan E Dove G Crouch C Uhlman forwards E Ver renkamp J Ryrie L Oasemore J Clarl J Bayada W Christie Brothers Backs R Stanton M Moloney E Hogan P Keating W Wilson L Dwyer P Duffy J Baker B White (two to be omitted) forwards W Law N Mulhol land C Harris A M Klnnon E Tennl son J O Mara R M Kellar J M Guckln (two to bo omitted) Northern Suburbs Backs T Pedrazzlnl D Simpson s Andel son L St Ledger H St Ledger J Stapleton H Ward for wards H Broderick A Norris W M Cook V Mitchell H Tanner C Gillett Valley Backs H Hunter J Shields D Bird S Robertson S Johnson R Magill E Costello forwards p Mitchell Whyte L Gillespie C Brandenborg w Dal! A ...
MR. G. A. ROBERTS MARRIED. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933
MR. G. A. HUBERTS MARIUED. Attended by several close friends, Mr. G. A. Roberts, formerly of Roberts Clinics Pty., Ltd. was quietly married yesterday afternoon. In the Hawthorne Presbyterian Church, it had been an- nounced that he would be married In the Cannon Hill Presbyterian Church, and while persons In that district were watching the church with Interest, the ceremony was being performed elsewhere.
TEAMS FOR SATURDAY. ILKLEY, August 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933
TEAMS FOR SATURDAY. ILKLEY, August' 31. The Australian team to play the Hull Kingston Rovers on Saturday will be: M'MUlan (captain), Ridley, Why, Laws, Gardner, Hey, Mead, Prlgg, S. Pearce, O'Connor, Madsen, Folwell, and Stel.r, Tile Hull-Kingston Rovers team will comprise:-Carmichael. Smith, Spanier; Hill and Batten; Woodcock and Dale; Blossom, Blnks, Seddons, Saddington, Sharpe, and Moore.
CHILD STRUCK BY CAR[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933
CHILD STRUCK BY CAR, When she ran from behind a tramcar I 'rom which, she had alighted In Logan Road yesterday afternoon, Iris Esther Fraser (12), of Peach Street, Greenslopes, was struck by a motor car. She suffered a probable fracture of tl.e skull, and abra- sions on the legs and arms. After being treated at a surgery, she was taken by the ambulance to the Children's Hospi- tal, where her condition last night was | regarded as serious.
NEAR SEMI-FINALS [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933
NEAR SEMI-FINALS With the semi-finals to be played In a week's time, Interest is centred In the Rugby Lengue games to be played at the Brisbane Cricket Ground to-morrow, when Easts will meet Wests and Norths will meet Brothers. Both Easts and Norths have a chance of obtaining the last place in the leading four to contest the semi- finals; Easts must win the early game to be certain of their position, othorwlse Norths can at least make a tie. Brothers and Easts have nine points each for the Vic Jensen Cup, and to-morrow's game is the last for the trophy. All teams contain representative players, with fast backs and a splendid set of forwards. At Davies Park a Junior final will commence at 12.45, between Rosemounts and Wara tahs, while at 1.45 Easts (Wyn. dlv.) will meet Valley, third grade, and at 3.15 Var Blty meets Valley, first grade.
Export of Rabbits and Hares [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933
Export of Rabbits and Hares During the last financial year 21,206,000 rabbits and hares, with a value of nearly £560,000, were exported overseas from the Commonwealth, as compared with 15, 784,000 valued at £47D,000 in the previous year, which was a record. Including skins of rabbits and hares, amounting to £460,000, the total value of the export trade of these products for the year was £1,020,000.
SUCCESSFUL YEAR. CONSTITUTIONAL CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933
SUCCESSFUL YEAR. CONSTITUTIONAL CLUB. At the eighth annual general meeting of members of the Constitutional club on Wednesday, the president (Major General Sir T. W. Glasgow, K.C.B., O.M.G., D.S.O.),who was re-elected for the ensuing twelve months, in moving the adoption oí the annual report, pointed out the valu ablo work the club had performed In arranging 5 Slecturcs on subjects of varied Sir William Glasgow. social, literary and national Import- ance. The Income and expenditure ac- count showed that the revenue of the club for the year was £1041/14/10, compared with £1303/13/2 for the previous year, a de- crease of £261/18/4; while the expendi- ture was £1042/ 16/8, as against £1482/5/5 respec- tively, a decrense ol £4Sô/8/9. The result was that the loss on the club for the period was £1/1/10 as against £178/ 12/2 for the previous year. The balsnce sheet disclosed liquid assets of £313/19/3 and fixed assets of £683, with liabilities of £85/16/3. Mention was made of the long and ...
BEST EFFORT YET. Maroochy Flower Show. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933
BEST EFFORT YET. Maroochy Flower Show. NAMBOÜB, August 31.-The spring show of the Maroochydore Horticultural Society to-day exceeded all provlous efforts. Mr. and Mrs. W. Ewart Judged the flowers and floral work respectively, and Mr. W. Aspland the vegetables. The cut flowers provided 217 entries out of 5O0. The official opening was per- formed by Mr. A. B. Cauth. AWABDS. ROSES.-Three distinct, Miss L. Penny; two distinct, Miss Brooks; one distinct, Miss Brooks; three of one variety, Miss B. Cope; two light, Mrs. B. Banney; two dark, MIÎS Hadden; one variety, Mrs. W. Mitchell; champion rose, Miss L. Penny. MISCELLANEOUS CUT FLOWERS,-Six, Mrs. W. Hocking; three, Mrs. Hocking: one flower, not provided for, Miss P. Lowe, gerberas, nine, Mrs. Clowes; six, Mrs. E, Banney; three, Miss Hadden; car- nations, Mrs. Morrow; gladioli, Mrs. W. Mitchell; pansies, eight, Miss M. Delpratt; four, Mrs. Busing; ranunculi, six, Miss A. Goeths; three, Mrs. H, Lowe; violets, Mrs. W. Mitchell; Iceland pop...
Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933
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EXEMPT FROM TAX. GOODS FOR WORKLESS. CANBERRA, August 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933
EXEMPT FROM TAX. GOODS FOR WORKLESS. CANBERRA, August 31. Goods sold to State sustenance de- partments for free distribution to un- employed are exempt from sales tax under a ruling issued by the Federal Commissioner for Taxation. This rul- ing is the reverse of his original de- cision that such goods did not come within the exemption providing that sales tax shall not be payable on the sale value of goods sold for the official use of a Government department or of an authority controlled by a gov- ernment and not for resale.
ENDS NEXT VOYAGE. Winter Tourist Season. MELBOURNE, August 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933
ENDS NEXT VOYAGE. Winter Tourist Season. MELBOURNE, August 31. Following the cruise of the steamer Manunda, which leaves Melbourne for Cairns on Saturday, the North Queens- land winter tourist season will offi- cially end, and the Inter-State pas- senger ships will revert to their ac- celerated summer time tables. The tourist traffic to Cairns was again heavy this year, though it did not reach the record figures estab- lished last year, due to the competi- tion of oversea liners engaged cruises to the Pacific islands.
ADDRESS IN REPLY. PRESENTATION TO-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933
ADDRESS IN REPLY. PRESENTATION TO-DAY. The Speaker (Mr. G. Pollock) an- nounced in Parliament yesterday that he intended to present to the Governor (Sir Leslie Wilson) at Government House at 10.30 this morning the Address in Reply to his speech at the opening of Parliament. He would be accompanied by the mover (Mr. S. J. Brassington) and seconder (Mr. T. L. Williams), and any other members who cared to accompany him.
ORDINANCE AMENDED Checking Communistic Propaganda. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933
ORDINANCE AMENDED Checking Communistic Propaganda. Recently the City Council desired co launch prosecutions against certain members of the Communist party for placing their notices on council pro- perty, but found that because of a weakness in the ordinances relating to the definition of an advertising de- vice a successful prosecution was doubted. The ordinance was accord- ingly broadened, and yesterday re- ceived Executive approval. An advertising device has now be- come very wide in its application. It means and includes any device, de- sign, structure, erection, poster, placard, notice, signboard, or sign of any kind of the nature of an ad- vertisement.
CHANGE ON SUNDAY. TARINGA ELECTRICITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933
CHANGE ON SUNDAY. TARINGA ELECTRICITY. The electric supply in the Taringa area will be transferred to the Bris- bane City Council's power house on Sunday night, the electricity executive (Alderman R. E. Nixon-Smith) an- nounced yesterday. The transfer of Taringa had neces- sitated the erection of electric lines over the Brisbane River from Chel- mer to River Road, Moggill. The lines consisted of three steel cored alumininm cables suspended from 70 feet poles on the Chelmer side and 45 fcet poles on the Taringa side, with a clearance of 60 feet above high water level. They would constitute a part of the inter-connecticn scheme planned by the department with the object of attaining greater continuity of supply to the nreas being supplied from the council power station.
COLD SPELL LIKELY SEPTEMBER WEATHER [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933
COLD SPELL LIKELY SEPTEMBER WEATHER September is a critical month for the State in the matter of weather, and its progress will determine the future of the year, writes Mr. Inigo Jones. At the end of the month or early in October there should be a storm group, followed almost immediately by a westerly wind and a cold spell. This cold spell will give the clue; if it is very severe there will be a long check in the rain groups and the storms will be very erratic, but if it is only a mild descent then the dry period will be much shorter and not serious. The summer, however, should be a good one and rains of a liberal nature should be recorded, with flood levels in the nor- mal wet season. The data for December being now fully available, it seems possible to say that Christmas this year will be a warm, typical summer type. A general seasonal rise of temperature is to be expected through September, and the fluctuations are not likely to extend to the frost line to any extent during the m...
RADICAL CHANGES. SCHAFER METHOD. RESTORING ANIMATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933
RADICAL CHANGES. SCHAFER METHOD. RESTORING ANIMATION. Radical changes in the Schafer method of the resuscitation of the apparently drowned are to be adopted in the coming season. Previously the method of restoring animation was to place the patient on his or her stomach, and to apply pressure over the ribs. This system is to be abolished, as it was realised that trouble might arise in the case of a person who had a broken rib. The new method of resuscitation will be to place the hands on the back under the ribs, and below the diaph- ragm (the muscle separating the lungs from the stomach). This is to force the air out of the lungs by forc- ing the diaphragm up. The move- ment has been reduced from 15 to 12 a minute: Rubbing has been practically eliminated. Professor Schäfer rules that the rubbing and the smacking of hands will cause further damage to an already over shocked patient. He advocates the substitution of hot water bottles and blankets. Mr. E. A. Pleydell, the secretary of ...
£15,186 COMMISSION. Southern Casket Sales. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933
£15,186 COMMISSION. Southern Casket Sales. The Golden Investment Company, which was auth&lt; /.sed as an agency for the Golden Casket to organise the promotion of new business outside Queensland, received £15,186 of the £21,906 paid ' as commission on sales of tickets in the first three £25,000 Casket art unions. In giving this information In answer to a question by Mr. T. R. Roberts (Opposition, East Toowoomba) in Par- liament yesterday, the Home Secre- tary (Mr. E. M. Hanlon) said that the amount paid to this company was gross. By its agreement with the management of the Casket the com- pany had to bear the cost of all ad- vertising. Brlsbaije agents received £3570 and Queensland country agents £3150 from the same three Caskets, added Mr. Hanlon. Details of commission paid on the three mammoth' Caskets were: No. Eris. Country G. Inv. 1 . £1034 £1014 £5556 2. 1329 1155 4522 3. 1207 982 5099 Totals .. .. £3570 £3150 £15,1S3I
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