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BRIDGE FOR BRIDE-ELECT. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933

BRIDGE FOR BRIDE-ELECT. Miss Dell Morris, whose marriage to Mi*. Spencer Stephens, will take place at St. Paul's Presbyterian Church, St. Paul's Terrace, to-morrow, at 7.15 p.m., was the guest of honour at a bridge party given on Wednesday evening by Mr. and Mrs. M. H. W. Wills at their home at Sherwood. Pink and white sweet peas beautified the loungo where the hostess received. Mrs. Wills was frocked in delphinium blue marocain, and Miss Morris wore lapi's bllue flat nrepe. The bridge prize was won by Miss Clare Loosemore, and a consola- tion prize was Riven to Miss Jrssic Morris; the prizes were presented to the bride-elect.

Publication Title: Courier-Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
GAIN DISCOUNT. CITY COUNCIL RATE PAYERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933

GAIN DISCOUNT. CITY COUNCIL RATE PAYERS. Although the Brisbane City Council otilt has a considerable volume of unpaid rates, it has been found this year that many rate payers who are in arrears are endeavouring to pay the current half-year's assessment and thus gain the benefit of the dis- count allowed. It was stated yesterday by city trea- sury officers that arrangements had been made for rate payers who are in arrears and Who pay the current half-year's rates within 30 days and are prepared to conclude a satisfac- tory arrangement for the liquidation of the balance to be allowed the customary discount. This privilege was being availed of to a surpris- ing extent. Already 56,918 rate assessments have been issued.

Publication Title: Courier-Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CANCER FIGHT. Science at Work. IMPORTANCE OF DENTISTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933

CANCER FIGHT. Science at Work. IMPORTANCE OF DENTISTRY. "By co-operation between the medical and dental protessions, anti with an interested and informed public opinion, great headway can he made against cancer-one of the pre- vailing scourges of civilisation," said Dr. Alexander Livingston, the prin- cipal of the Queensland College ol Dentistry, last night. He had just returned to Brisbane from Adelaide, where he attended the Dental Congress as the representative of the University of Queensland, and where also, as a member of the Medical Advisory Committee of tiic Cancer Trust, he addressed the Inter State delegates, and emphasised the importance of the early detection ol cancer of the head and neck, laoo, and mouth. "It is the aim of the Cancer Trust," he said, "to guide the dental proles sion, to assist the medical profession, and to educate the public," and he emphasised the additional point that modern, qualified dental surgeons re- ceived, in their under-graduate days a very t...

Publication Title: Courier-Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FURTHER TERM. EXECUTIVE SYSTEM. LORD MAYOR'S PLEA. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933

FURTHER TERM. EXECUTIVE SYSTEM. LORD MAYOR'S PLEA. "I feel that a further term under the executive system would allow a rea- sonable oppo.tunity for testing this radical change. The results so far have been in its favour." This opinion was expressed by tile Lord Mayor of Brisbane (Alderman J. W. Greene) when discussing yesterday the Government's proposal icr the restoration of the committee system in the administration of the Brisbane City Council. He considered that a rever- sion to the committee system was a retrograde step, said the Lord Mayor. The executive system offered advan- tages of direct control without effect- ing the democratic principle. From his experience he was convinced that it was a definite step forward. Two yeais was altogether too short a time in which to try out a new system, and Lrisbane's experience would point to the desirability of a change in the sys- tem of administration of civic affairs. The disadvantages, if any, of the execu- tive system had not been...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TO-DAYS YESTERDAYS [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933

TCHDPWS BV ROBERT TURNER On September 1, 1914, three Victoria Crosses were won by members of "L" Battery, R.H.A. At 5.30 a.m. they were surrounded by German cavalry, but they kept up their fire. Captain Bradbury, who was mortally wounded, and the other two men, B. S. M. Dar- rell and Sergeant Nelson, were after- wards rescued by British cavalry and some infantry. To-day's birthdays include:-William |S. Jevons (1835), the British economist; Samuel Leigh (1785), the first Metho- dist minister to come to Australia; Rex Beach (1897), the novelist; and E. Humperdinck (1854), the composer of the - opera Hansel and Gretel. G. B. Shaw's play Androcles and the Lion was first produced at St. James Theatre, London, on September 1, 1913. The Transvaal became a British possession by a pro:lamation dated Saptember 1, 1000. Sir Richard Westmacott, the sculptor, passed away on September 1, 1856. He executed the reliefs on the Marble Arch as well as the colossal Achilles in Hyde Park, London. Sir Ri...

Publication Title: Courier-Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933

BRISBANE GRAMMAR SCHOOL ?"ANNUAL ATHLETIC SPORTS ON THE SCHOOL OVAL THIS AFTERNOON, FRIDAY, 1st SEPTEMBER First event, 1 pm. Old Boys' Race, 4 pm Old Boys and Friends Cordially In~ vitcd_ WIRELESS. Cheap Prepaid Bates 12 words 1/ per insertion each additional e wordu (Jci Limit IOS words (l8 lines) V Proof of our argument that overhead expenses must be cut down to ßhc tho public the best value Is clearly shown In the amalgamation of thtso two papers The ' Courior ' and Tho Mall ' Wo ha o b-en able to K11 radio sots at halt shop prices* through working witt» practically no overhead by cutting out shop rents Haveners and commission men, and going direct irom Builder to Buyer ' It Btande to common senso that no on* cun 'upe to compete with us whon we work on these llneB Look at the display window In Tattersalls Arcade and bo convinced The Music Masters Radio Company A Range for nil pockets-th« 4-valvn super-net at £10/10/ Hie wonderful 5 \ulvo Inter State receiver at £13/13/ A 5 valve ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933

Anna Neagle & Janies Rennie In THE LITTLE DAMOZEL" (General Exhibition). - Kiith Ettlntr in "BYGONES." LAST DAY AND NIGHT, "PLEASURE CRUISE" "IT'S A KING" PIADOS PIANOS PIANOS PIANOS PIANOS PIANOS NEW PIANOS FHOM £80 USED PIAKOS ANOS FttOM ANOS 1ÏQC 'IANOS W3 A I'L instruments carry xxour woll-ltnown guarantee, and ate obtain- able on small deposits and easy payments. YOU ARE INVITED TO INSPECT. Music andl Radio House, QUEEN STREET.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933

WIRELESS rpHEHE ii a completo range of models, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6 valves to choose from. Call In nnct Inspect these wonderful bar- gains. N.3.T. Hollingsworth radio receivers at sacrificed prices! Demonstrations will bo gladly «ranged. Cash or terms will be given. Howards Limited, 317-323 Adelaide .5treet. Brisbane._ TläD sell, 5-volvo wireless sot, good order. Ill Lutwyche-road. Windsor. w*s i , nrc. picPared to sacrifice our existing stock of the famous N.s.T. Hollingsworth radio receiver« at an unheard-of price Cash or trims. Howaids Limited. 317-325 Adelaldo Street, Brisbane.

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933

LYC FOR Or JOHN BOLES CARRI I "CHILD of MANHATTAN' FOR ONE WEEK. JOHN BOLES and NANC1 CARROLI,, In TOM KEENE, in "PARTNERS" Micky Mcmso In "Back Hunt." Screen Song, "My Wife's Gono to the Country," Fox Movietone and Hearst N'ens. Next rrlday: Wheeler and Woolscj in "The Cuckoos I"

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933

THE WHISKY GRANT'S With Flavour And Finish Real SCOTCH 'iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiitiiiir I Cable and General News, ¡ I Sporting Results, Stories, I | Jokes, Magazine Features, i 1 Illustrated Throughout i i THE . ! illllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll.Illllllllllllllllllliuilllllllllliï

Publication Title: Courier-Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TO-DAY'S INDEX. FEAT[?]S [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933

TÓ-DAY'S INDEX. Page. Page. Billy Doings . 20 Building mid Serial . . -, . 20 Heal Estato . 4 To-day's Yester- Dorothy Dix . 20 days ... 12 Photographs . 1G Wireless News . 5 GENERAL, Amusements . . 21 Possible Tax Broadcasting . 20 Relief ... 13 Cables . . . 13 Shipping ... 5 Law Coutts . . 17 Social . l8, 19, 20 Malls . . . . 5 Sporting . 8, 7, 8 Money for Trade and Hospitals , . 33 Finance . 10, 11 Obituary . , . 15 Weather ... 17 Personal . . . . 15

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WINTER GARDEN THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933

WINTER GARDEN THEATRE. Yes, Mr. Brown, now showing at the Winter Garden Theatre, pre- sents the ever popular Jack Buchanan in a role that gives full scope to his ability. Mr. Brown, of America, owner of numerous toy shops in various parts of the world, visits his Vienna branch. Baumann (Jack Buchanan), the alert manager, with a partnership in view, drills his staff (and even his wife) Into saying "Yes, Mr. Brown," to whatever the owner says or does, but lils plans are upset when his lovely but obstinate wife quarrels with him, and refuses to bo present at the dinner party arranged for Mr. Brown. In desperation, Beaumann introduces his secretary (Elsie Randolph) as his wife, and later, when his wife re- turns, has to present her as his secretary. The complications thai, follow give rise to some comic situa- tions. Jack Buchanan is supported by an all-star cast. Built on the famous musical com- position, the supporting picture, In a Monastery Garden, is a musical classic. John Stuart,...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
REGENT THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933

REGENT THEATRE. A story of undying love and faith is told in Cecil B. De Mille's achieve- ment, Sign of the Cross, which com- mences at the Regent Theatre to- morrow, to inaugurate Faramouni week. In it is unfolded the pageantry of Rome at the time of Nero-the most colourful and most dissolute period in the Empire's history. Tlie dominant theme in Sign of the Cross is the love of a Roman nobleman, Marcus, for a simple girl of the plebeian class, Mercia, a Christian. Poppaea, the Empress, and wife of Nero, looks longingly on the splendid Marcus, and when it comes to her ears that he has an affection for a strange girl she Is immediately con- sumed with jealousv. Mercia is sen- tenced to be sacrificed to the lions in the arena. In response to the pleadings of Marcus, the Emperor consents to pardon Mercia if she willJ renounce her faith, but not even Marcus can shake her determination. The cast of more than 7000 is headed by Frederic March as Marcus, and Elissa Landi as Mercia. Charles...

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Pop—Detectives All. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933

P°P- Detectives All.

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MAJESTIC THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933

MAJESTIC THEATRE. Commencing to-morrow at the Malestic Theatre. James Dunn and Sallv Ellers will be seen in "Sailor's Luck," the story of a care-free sailor in the United States Navy, who sud- denly finds himself in love with one girl. "The Little Damozel." the asso- ciate picture, features Anna Neagle and James Rennie. To-dav and to-night for the last time Geneviève Tobin and Roland Young appear in "Pleasure Cruise." and Sydney Howard, the English comedian, in "It's a King."

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VALLEY THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933

VALLEY THEATRE. George Brent. In "Luxury Liner," ?.nd Sydney Howard, In "It's a King," will be presented at the Valley Theatre to-day and to-night. The supporting programme includes Cine-magazine, Clnesound All Australian Review and overseas gazettes. There will be an- other Golden Casket night. Casket tickets will be siven away. togeth"r with parcels of week-end joints. Com- mencing to-morrow. "Tile Crime of n Century" will lie shown. The nsso ci?J;e £e,aÎFe ,wiu bG "The Nuisance.'' with Madge Evans and Frank Mor gan. During the children's matinee John Wayne will be presented in "Tlie Stampede.'*

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EVENING OF MUSIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933

EVENING OF MUSIC. Arranged by the conductor of the Brisbane Male Choir (Mr. Charles I Hall) the fifth Evening of Music of the East Moreton Teachers' Association 1 was held in the Conference Hall of the Teachers' Budding last night. The programme was provided bv tho Bris- bane Male Choir, the Central Practis- ing School Boys' Choir, Mr. Charles Kolb (vocal solos), Mr. Bert Shepherd (violin), and Mr. Eric Kirke (recita- tions). Mr. Herbert Coulter, L.A.B., was accompanist. ¡

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FEDERAL POLICY. EFFECT ON QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933

FEDERAL POLICY. EFFECT ON QUEENSLAND. Members of the Labour Party ar- gued in the State Parliament yester- day that the Federal Government's policy was impeding Queensland's pri- mary and secondary industries. It was the first private members' day of the session, and the subject was introduced by Mr. J, Larcombe (Government, Rockhampton), who moved: "That, in the opinion of this House, the tariff and excise legisla- tion and general policy of the present Commonwealth Government in respect to the primary and secondary indus- tries of Queensland have been and continue to be injurious to the State, and constitute a serious handicap to its development and progress. Mr. Larcombe reviewed the Federal Government's actions towards the sugar, cotton, tobacco, banana, and pineapple industries. The reduction in the price of sugar had deprived the industry of £1,300,000 a year, he said. Already preliminary negotia- tions for another reduction in price were being mndc. He blamed the Federal Gove...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FEWER EXPORTS. GERMAN TRADE. EFFECT OF HITLERISM. (Australian Press Association.) LONDON, August 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933

FEWER EXPORTS. GERMAN TRADE. EFFECT OF HITLERISM. (Australian Press Association.) LONDON, August 30. The British Embassy, In Berlin, in reporting on the conditions of trade for the year ended last June, em- phasises that since the advent of the Hitler regime the standards of a democratic, individualistic, and capi- talistic state like the United Kingdom cannot be applied to Germany. "The aim of the Nazis," the report points out, "is to assist the small farmer rather than the great land owner, the small shopkeeper rather than the large store, and the craftsman rather than the industrialist. The ultimate objective is a corporative state in which there will be only a few great corporations embracing all the indivi- duals in that occupation, whether em- ployers or employed. "International trade Is thus rele- gated to a secondary place. Already Germany has sustained a considerable loss in exports owing to retaliatory measures by foreign countries, and it is useless to attempt to forecast...

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THOUSANDS MOURN. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933

THOUSANDS MOURN 1 Some of the thousands of mourners who where unable to gain admit- tance to St. John's Cathedral yesterday, when the memorial service for the late Archbishop Sharp was held.

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