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To Bid Farewell. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933
To Bid Farewell. Iceland poppies and marigolds pro- vided vivid colour splashes to the din- ing room, and pink sweet peas were arranged in the drawing room of the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Black lock, Abbotsford, Swann-road, Tar- inga, last evening, when Miss Molly Blacklock entertained a number of guests at a farewell party in honour of Miss Leila Mackenzie, who will leave shortly to live in Sydney. The hostess, who was assisted in en- tertaining by her mother, wore a frock of pink georgette, and the guest of honour favoured black georgette with a black ninon coatee. The guests included Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Robertson, jun., Mrs. Kenneth Graham, Misses Jean Brownhill (Syd- ney), Doris Davies, C. Horwood, Messrs. Neville Henderson, R. Hertz berg, John Barlow, W. West, and J. Arundel.
C.D.A. Conference. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933
CD.A. Conference, Dame IVîiry K. Barlow, L.C. MUS. J. M. BOLAND. MRS. N. O'BRIEH. A milestone in the development of the Catholic Daughters of Australia in Queensland will be leached when the fiist conference to be held in Queens- land opens on S totembei 4, with a garden party at the íesldence of the Dr Duh'j (Archbishop of Brisbane!, Dame Maiie Barlowe, LC, of the Catholic Women's Association, Sydnev, who will be one of the many delegates, had her honour confeued by the Pope, after the Eucharistie Conference in Sydnev in 1928 in recognition of hei work io* Catholic associations Mrs N O'Brien will pieside at the con- ference, and Mrs j M Boland lieas urer, will be among the leading offic- ials.
OUR READERS' DIARY. Announcements of a Social character may be made under this heading at the rate of 1/9 per line. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933
OUR READERS' DIARY. Announcements of a Social char- J acter may bo made under this j heading at the rate of 1/9 per line, f A to Z Revue In aid of Sir Leslie Wil- son Scout fund . and Q.A.T.B., produced by Thelma Robertson and Brenda McCul lough. It will bo. repeated , on the fol- lowing night. Rotary Club bridge and dance at the Bellevue Hotel. . Hamilton Bowling Club dance In the club pavilion, 8 p.m. Dance and bridge for the Brisbane Rowing Club at the Hotel Canberra, B p.m. Second monthly dance arranged by the committee of the Victoria Park Golf Club In the club house. Queensland Aero Club .ball, at the Trocadero. Annual dance, Norman Park Masonic Lodge, Morningside School of Arts, 8 p.m. Annual fete, St. Alban's Church, Auchenflower. SEPTEMBER 2. The annual fancy dress dance given by the Men's Club of the University of Queensland. Glrlsr annual lnter-school athletic sports at the Exhibition Oval. St. Alban's fete, Auchenflower, will be continued. Fete In aid of St. John's Churc...
A WHIRL OF PARTIES. September Brides Entertained. Girls whose weddings will take place during the month were guests of honour at several teas yesterday, and numerous other parties also were given, both in the city and suburbs. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933
A WHIRL OF PARTIES. September Brides Entertained» Girls whoso weddings will take place during the month were guests of honour at several leas yesterday, and numerous other parties also were given, both in the city and suburbs. Covered in delphiniums with a sprav of roses across the top, a box con- taining a lace supper cloth was an attractive gift marking the bride elect's place on the round table at Rowe's banquet hall, when several hostesses gave a luncheon in honour of Miss Jean Tully. The guest of honour wore a frock of white romaine with a blue and gold tartan bow on the corsage, which matched her blue straw hat. The hostesses were Misses Mary, Kath- leen, and Eileen MacDonnell, Morna Bciers, and Madeleine McGuire. Red roses and blue delphiniums decked the table. The guests included Mesdames J. Tully, M. McDonnell, J. Beiers, M. O'Rourke, L. J. Keating, Paul O'sulli- van, W. Ahern, T. S. Cullinan, Misses Sadie and Esther Tully, Madeleine Barry, Claire Macrossan, Edna Keane, Nel...
WARWICK. DRUNKARD'S RECORD. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933
WARWICK. DRUNKARD'S RECORD. Records are made only to he broken, and a now one for drunkenness was created at tho Police Court yesterday, when a local maa was convicted ^locr the 140th time, but not punlshod. LOAN REPAYMENTS, , A cheque for £1030/2/10 has been 'for- warded by tho Warwick Town Counoll to the AM.P. Society, being Interest and. redemption, on the £22,000 loan obtained In 1929.
NOT CORRECT. GERMAN INFERENCES. PERMIT TO AUSTRIA. (Published in "The Times.") LONDON, August 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933
NOT CORRECT. GERMAN INFERENCES. PERMIT TO AUSTRIA. (Published in "The Times.") LONDON, August 30. The diplomatic correspopdent of "The Times," in an article to-day, em- phasises the point that the facts re- lating to the granting of permission to Austria to enlist 8000 auxiliaries do not correspond with the German inferences. "The permission," he says, "is temporary and conditional for the purpose of assisting the Austrian Gov- ernment to defend itself against acts of violence and intimidation by the Austrian Nazis. The concession is limited to one year, and will not be prolonged if the outrages cease. The permanent conversion of the Austrian long-service axmy into a short-service force can be effected only by the agreement of the Powers represented at the disarmament conference."
£150,000 OUTLAY ON HOSPITAL BUILDINGS. New Women's Hospital; Larger Kitchen and Quarters. City hospital works to cost £150,000 are planned by the Brisbane and South Coast Hospitals Board, and will provide a great deal of employment. They include the new women's hospital, to cost £100,000, and a new boiler-house, kitchen block, and quarters. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933
£150,000 OUTLAY ON HOSPITAL BUILDINGS. New Women's Hospital; Larger Kitchen and Quarters. City hospital works to cost £150,000 are planned by the Brisbane and South Coast Hospitals Board, and will provide a great deal of employment. They include the new women's hospital, to cost £100,000, and a new boiler-house, kitchen block, and quarters. The erection of a new boiler-house, kitchen block, and quarters for the resident staff at the Brisbane General Hospital, involving £50,000, is contem- plated by the board. In view of the early commencement of the now women's hospital, which, with equip- ment and land resumptions, will cost £100,000, the work is urgent. For some time the kitchen block at the hospital has been too small for the requirements of the constantly en- larging Institution, and congestion has resulted. The new kitchen must be erected before the women's hospital is completed, because the demands upon it will be greatly inci eased. Similarly, a new boiler-house is needed, be...
NEW LINERS. GERMAN PLANS. ATLANTIC SERVICE. (Australian Cable Service.) LONDON, August 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933
NEW LÏ'NERS. GERMAN PLANS. ATLANTIC SERVICE. (Australian Cable Service.) LONDON, August 30. According to the News-Chronicle Herr Hitler is determined to prevent Britain from regaining the blue riband of the Atlantic by means of the big Cunarder, when she is finished. Al- ready he is planning to supersede the Bremen and the Europa by two liners of a revolutionary design, of 40,000 tons burthen and a speed of at least 36 knots, which the German experts regard as essential if the 70,000-ton challengers are to be defeated. The News-Chronicle urges an early resumption of work on the Cunara liner.
ON TOP RUNG. Started at Bottom. MR. G. M. COLLEDGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933
ON TOP RUNG. Started at Bottom. MR. G. M. COLLEDGE. Mr. G. M. Colledge, who yesterday was appointed Under Secretary for Works, has had 44 years' continuous 'Mr. G. M. Colledge. service in the department, In which he started work on leaving school. Now he has succeeded to the highest office obtainable in the department. Mr. Colledge has been acting as Under Secre- tary since the death, several months ago, of Mr. A. H. Smith. He has a wide ex- perience in de partmental procedure, which, added to his ability, tact, and courtesy, should make for a successful administration. Mr. Colledge has served under 25 Ministers for Works. He entered the Works Department as an architectural cadet on September 16, 1889, after a brilliant career at the old Normal School. He remained in that section till October, 1910, when, on the in- auguration of the Workers' Dwelling Branch, he was selected to organise the professional side of that new activ- ity which was placed under the con- trol of the late Mr....
MORE SIGNS. TRADE REVIVAL. CLYDESIDE BUSY. (Australian Cable Service.) LONDON, August 31. The signs of a general revival in trade continue. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933
MORE SIGNS. TRADE REVIVA!,. CLYDESIDE BUSY. (Australian Ca,ble Service.) LONDON, August 31. The signs of a general revival in trade continue. The Clydeslde repoits the best month for several years, with seven new ves- sels ordered. On the Teeside the iron and steel industries have also substan- tially improved. Several furnaces have been reopened, and the iron output has been increased by 1000 tons weekly, following the receipt of an Argentine order worth £700,000. Further large orders are expected. The South Wales coalfields have secured an important Spanish coal contract. The railway traffic figures show a substantial im- provement, being up nearly £500,000 for the first seven weeks of the new financial year. The "Financial Times" in an editor- ial expresses satisfaction at the im- proved trade outlook in india.
DEBATE ON BANKING. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933
DEBATE ON BANKING. Members oí tho Sherwood sub-branch, of tho Returned Soldiers' League, and the Corinda branch of the Australian Natives' Association, debated the question: That tho nationalisation of banking Is de- sirable. Messrs. A. N, Talk, Clifford Kelly, nnd D. Farr, representing the Australian Natives' Association, took the affirmative side, and Messrs. C. Allen, S. Heathcock. and J. Mitchell, the negative. The debate was won by the Australian Natives' leam With 233 points to 226.
£47/3/6 RECEIVED. Barnes Memorial Fund. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933
£47/3/6 RECEIVED. Barnes Memorial Fund. To perpetuate the memory of the late Mr. W. H. Barnes, M.L.A., a com- mittee, which was formed some time ago, under the chairmanship of the Lord Mayor (Alderman J. "W. Greene), proposes to erect a monument on a i suitable site at Wynnum. For this purpose a memorial fund was opened and to date £47/3/6 has been received. The fund now stands: Lord Mayor (Alderman J. W. Greene). £5/5/; L. E. Burguez, £1/1/; Mr. and Mrs. Horn, 5/; J. Jamieson. 10/6; Jas. Allan, £1/1/; Hon. J. C. Peterson. 10/; Hon. A. E. Moore, £5; A. W. Camp- bell, £1/1/; Henry Dean, 10/6; Donald Gunn, £1; Hon. G. H. Mackay, M.H.H., £1/1/; A. E. Chave, £2/2/; T. Pratt. £2/2/; Admirer, 10/6; G. Gall. 10/6: G. E. Mylne, £1; Dr. E. W. H. Fowles, £1/1/; Sir E. Macartney, £1/1/; W. Taylor. £2/2/; W. H. Brocklebank, 10/6; Hunter, £1/1/: Capt. Mill. £2/2/; E. O. .McNaught, 10/6; Miss S. Fraser, 10/6; Mrs. 'S. A. Hooper. 10/6; Mr. and Mrs. C. Stone, 10/6; F. J. Mekes, 5/; T. Oliver, 51; J...
SET EXAMPLE. Challenge to Members. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933
SET EXAMPLE. Challenge to Members. Mr. J. A. C. Kenny (Opposition, Cook) told Government members In the Legislative Assembly yesterday that they should practise what they preach. During a debate on a motion directed against the tariff policy of the Federal Government, Labour members advo- cated the claims of the Australian tobacco industry to greater considera- tion. Mr. Kenny reminded the Houso of the large amount of imported tobacco that was to be found at the bar in the Parliamentary refreshment room, and said that members who condemned the Federal Government, themselves smoked imported tobacco. He was called to order by the Speaker (Mr. G. Pollock) for saying that those members were guilty of hypocrisy, and Mr. E. J. Llewelyn (Government, Too- woomba) -was asked to -withdraw an interjection that Mr. Kenny's statement was a lie.
GOLD IN TERRITORY. Seekers Need Capital. CANBERRA, August 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933
GOLD IN TERRITORY. Seekers Need Capital. CANBERRA, August 31. Reports of the discovery of gold at Tennant's Creek, in the Northern Territory, have been received by the Minister for the Interior (Mr. J. A. Perkins) from the Administrator at Allco Springs. Mr. Perkins said to-day that no alluvial gold was being obtained on the field, and men without capital who visited the locality in the hopo of obtaining employment would be sadly disappointed, and almost certainly become stranded. Water was scarce and the cost of living high on the field.