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BRISBANE STADIUM. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933
BRISBANE STADIUM. At the Brisbane Stadium to-morrow night the light heavyweight champion of Western Australia, Jim Richardson, will make his second appearance In this cltj, He will meet the Italian heavyweight, Pletro Spagnola. Richardson is the same type of fighter as Archie Bradley was, and believes that attack is the best form of defence. He has become one of the outstanding chal- lengers for the Australian title. He won the l'ETRO SPAGNOLA. light heavyweight championship of West orn Australia, then went to Victoria and knocked out tho middleweight champion, "Tiger" Andrews. In Sydney he de- feated Rus Crltcher, Just after Critcher lost the welterweight championship of Australia. Richardson was then brought to Brisbane and defeated Dealer Wells in seven round3. Dealer Wells fought Ron Richards to a close points decision. In Pletro Spagnola Richardson will meet an- other man who fights all the time. There will bo pi eliminarles and musical items.
BOWLS. TWEED HEADS AND COOLANGATTA. TWEED HEADS, August 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933
BOWLS. TWEED HEADS AND COOLANGATTA. TWEED HEADS, Augna't 31. A presidents rink competition game on th" Tweed Heads and Coolangatta Bow lins Club s green at Tweed Heads yosterdiy lesulted -Adah Christie Campbell R T Peak \ Barton Scott Baker L Peak 28 17 Other games resulted -ShambrooR Lotinga Nicklin Morton \ Sands Non ill Bosly Lloyd 2G 20 Sharpe Barrett Peard Hattersley v Board Barrett Wilson Ricketts 23 16 ITHACA LADIES Green Pennant - Mesdames Sanders Julius OSulllian Ford (Ithaca) 21 Mesdames Spiro Dillon Moigun Dix (Riverview ) 24 Club Play - Mesdames Stewart Phipps Campbell Seamen 25 Mesdames Martin Harvey Roger Reeve 20 BVLMORAL LADIES Pla} bj the Balmoral Ladlee Bowling Club in the purple pennant competition jesterday resulted - BALMORAL V NUNDAH B. N. Mesdames Cushway, Heathcote, Luby, Palmer. .. 20 - Miss Mulray, Mesdames Turner Jones. Twamley, Rofí-Hardlng .. - 20 Play In the green pennant competition resulted : BALMORAL V ANNERLEY. B. A. Mesdames McLean, Dance, Came- ro...
TEAM CHANGES. THE FIFTH TEST. (Australian Press Association.) BLOEMFONTEIN, August 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933
TEAM CHANGES. THE FIFTH TEST. (Australian Press Association.) BLOEMFONTEHf. August 30. All the players who took part In the fourth test, with the exception of Bill man, have been nominated for the fifth test, as also have Ross, Cooke, and TCack ncy. It was doubtful if Hodgson will play In the fifth test, Mackney probably tnu'nn; his place, while Cooke may be profcrr:d to Bland. There Is some possibility of Ross playing at fly-half In preference to Steggall. Blllman Is progressing splendidly from lils Injury (n twisted ankle), but he Is unlikely to play in any further matches. The fifth test is likely to be a very open game, the Springboks eschewing touch kicking as far. as possible. Tlie Wallabies were cheered to-day by the receipt of a large Australian mall. Sturtridpe has received the definite offer of a medical appointment In Johannes- burg, but he has declined It.
GOOD WORK. YEAR OF PROGRESS QUEENSLAND BOWLING ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933
GOOD WORK. YEAR OF PROGRESS ÛUEENSLAND BOWLING ASSOCIATION. More than 100 country and metro- politan members attended the annual meeting of the Queensland Bowling Association last night. The president (Mr. W. J. Strachan) welcomed the country members. He said that since the last meeting far northern district association had been formed, comprising Cairns, Gor- don, and Innisfail. He expressed appreciation of the loyalty shown by the country associations. He reviewed the matches and social events during the year, and said that the financial result of the recent ball practically covered the cost to the association of the recent visit of the Victorian and New South Wales team. Mr. Strachan congratulated the metropolitan bowlers on having raised £350 towards the crippled children's fund. On the motion of the president, seconded by Mr. W. H. Austin, the annual report and balance-sheet were adopted. The report stated that new clubs had come into existence at Pittsworth and Babinda, and mo...
HONOUR SHARED. Aid to Mt. Morgan. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933
HONOUR SHARED. Aid to Mt. Morgan. The past and present Ministers for Labour and Industry have been argu- ing since Parliament opened this year as to which Government was entitled to the credit for making the money available for the reopening of Mount Morgan mine. Yesterday the argu- ment was ended by sharing the honour. It was shown that the Moore Gov- ernment investigated and approved the Mount Morgan proposal, and decided to make the necessary money avail- able. At this stage the present Gov- ernment took charge, finalised the arrangement, and handed the money .over to the company.
NOT ALLOWED. Railways Appeal. LIST OF CALLINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933
NOT ALLOWED. Railways Appeal. LIST OF CALLINGS. The Full Bench of the Industrial Court of Queensland (Mr, Justice Webb, Mr. T. A. Ferry and Mr. W. J. Riordan) yesterday dismissed the appeal of the Queensland Railway Traffic Kmployees' Union from the de decision of the Industrial Registrar, given on July 31, on the application of the union to amend its list of callings. The court, in its judgment, stated that It seemed that at no time had the union justified its registration for the large number of callings fpr which it was seeking in this appeal. It might be questioned whether the list, as settled by the Registrar, should not bo further reduced, to conform to the operations and importance of the union. BOILERMAKERS' WOKK. The Court' refused the application of the Amalgamated Engineering Union of Employees for an order re- straining the Federated Society of Boilermakers from doing certain, classes of work. The judgment stated that the work, over which the dispute arose was boilcrmake...
BANANA DISEASES. HONORARY INSPECTORS APPOINTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933
BANANA DISEASES. HONORARY INSPECTORS APPOINTED. For the purpose of control of diseases In banana plantations, tho following gentlemen have been appointed honorary Inspectors under the Diseases In Plants Acts In the districts specified:-Messrs. H. S. Lindsay. P. Carnie, and W. H. Huet (Buderim); E. F. Krelger, Ilkley, via Eudlo; Louis Johnstone, and J. Hender- son (Eudlo); E. E, Wilkinson, L. Peate, and A. Kukulles (Currumbin); J. W. Prowse and K. Oharnock (Tallebudgera); F.' I. Peachey and C. O. Bonney (Cooloo- labin; J. F. Fels (Yandina Creek); F. G. Flute, J. W. Flint, and H. Harklns (St. Lawrence) ; O. Foster and L. Lindley (The Caves); D. J. Kelly, W. J. McCullough. and A. J. Harm (Carruchan); D. Wells (Kur- eelpa); J. Martin (Ranlsh); T. Edwards and E. J. T. Anderson (Nambour); W. Cooney and T. Hillbrook (Bil Bil); P. T. Peterson (Rosemount); F. J. Calvert (Mt. Mellum); W. C. Bodwell, Jun, (Bald Knob); and J. Falconer (Landsborough).
FISH BILL. HAWKERS STATE CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933
FISH BILL. HAWKERS STATE CASE. In furtherance of his plan to seek the views of all sections concerned before proceeding with the Fish In- dustry Bill, the Minister for Labour and Industry (Mr. M. P. Hynes) yes- terday met representatives of the hawkers, who placed their views be- fore him. Mr. Hynes told them that the interests of all sections of the In- dustry would be given consideration when the Bill was being drafted. The Minister will meet representa- tives of the fishermen along the North Coast at his office to-morrow.
FOOTBALL IN BRITAIN. LONDON, August 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933
FOOTBALL IN BRITAIN. LONDON, August 30. ¡Football matches played to-day re- sulted: ENGLISH LEAGUE. First Division.-Birmingham v. Manches- ter City, 0-1; Derby County v. Everton, l-l; Liverpool v. Stoke City, l-l; Sunder- land v. Portsmouth, 0-2 Second Division.-Bradford City v. Hull City, 1-2; Manchester United v. Notts Forest, 0-1; Plymouth Argyle v. Westham United, 4-4.' Third Division. Southern Section. Aldersnot v. Northampton, l-l; Bourne- mouth v. Watford, 3-2; Brighton v. Tor- quay, 3-1; Bristol Rovers v. Crystal Palace, 0-1; Exeter City v. Coventry city, 1-0; Gllllngham v. Southend United. 0-0; swin- don v. Queen'« Park Rangers, 3-1. Thlid Dlvlulon, Noithern Hocllon. Crewe Alexander v. York City, 5-3; Gates head v. Darlington. 2-2; Halifax v. Chester, 1-0; Hartlepools United v. Rochdale, 2-1; New Brighton v. Walsall, 2-0; Wrexham v. Chesterfield, 2-3. RUGBY LEAGUE. Castlcford v. Batley, 21-9.
HOFFNUNG'S RECORD. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933
HOFFNUNG^ RECORD. Hoffnung's team played 13 matches last season, winning four and losing seven, and two gamea were drawn. The best Individual performances were: V. McCleary (batting), C. P. Gleeson (bowling), S. E. Isaacs (fielding), and N. F. Grant (all-round play). In the annual report, which was presented to members at the annual meeting last night, reference was made to the suc- cess of the players mentioned. McCleary had an average of 22.60 with the bat and Gleeson an average of 10.78 for 55 wickets. The team scored 1580 runs for 122 wickets, an average of 13.03 a wicket, and 1978 nins wore made against the team for 152 wickets, an average of 13.02. The balance sheet showed a surplus of £11/7/0, an Improvement on the figures of last year.
LACK COHESION. AUSTRALIAN BACKS. FREQUENT PENALTIES. LEIGH, August 30. The Australians beat Leigh by 16 points to 7 to-day, but they did not win any medals for their display, The game was ragged. Once again opportunities were thrown to the winds, and there was no cohesion among the backs except on rare occasions. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933
LACK COHESION. AUSTRALIAN BACKS. FREQUENT PENALTIES. (From Claude corbett.) LEIGH, August 30. The Australians beat Leigh by 16 points to 7 to-day, but they did not win any medals for their display, The game was ragged. Once again oppor- tunities were thrown to the winds, and there was no cohesion among the backs except on rare- occasions, When Ridley scored In the first minute | of tho game, and Mead converted. It appeared as if Australia was In for a feast of points, but, playing against a strong wind, with tho sun In their eyes, they never again looked like scoring tries in that half. Meadows, playing his first game for Leigh, landed a penalty goal. A little later the ball was cross-kicked, and Strlngman, the fast winger, snapped It up and beat Neumann for pace. Smith met him on the line, and bumped in- stead of tackling, Strlngman scoring. Meadows, with a touch-line kick, landed a goal. Thlsi gave Leigh a 7-5 lead, which they hold until half-time. Australia played a lot better in...
FINE RECORD. AMBULANCE WORK. 70 CASES A DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933
FINE RECORD. AMBULANCE WORK. 70 CASES A DAY. "I feel that a new spirit is aris- ing in the community, and hope that my committee will never again have any fear of straitened financial cir- cumstances," said the president (Mr. W. D. Grimes) at the annual meet- ing of the Queensland Ambulance I Transport Brigade yesterday after-1 noon. The Governor (Sir Leslie Wilson), patron of the organisation, who was attending the funeral service of Arch- bishop Sharp, forwarded a letter in which he eulogised the ambulance work. "It is difficult," he wrote, -to realise what would happen if the Queensland Ambulance Transport Bri- gade could not carry on its work, "it | links up, with the aid of the Austra- lian Inland Mission, all hospitals throughout this very large Stat»., and gives a feeling of confidence to those living in the distant parts." The committee was naturally pleased at the improvement in the financial position, which from an overdraft of £1200 last year, showed a credit balance of n...