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WESTERN SUBURBS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933
WESTERN SUBURBS. At the second annual meeting of tho Western Suburbs Cricket Association last evening tho annual report disclosed that the membership had Increased from 90 to 148. The Waverley Club won the premiership. Mr. R. Lloyd won the trophy for the highest score". Fixtures will start on September 24. The follow- ing officers were elected:-Patron, Mr. W. Morrison; president, Mr. J. R. Gregory; honorary secretary, Mr. D. Raven; hon. treasurer, Mr. J. Speare; executive com- mittee, Messrs. R. Lloyd, James Hogan. R. Love, and the president and secretary; honorary auditor, Mr. V. Esbenson.
WOMEN'S TITLE. NEW COURSE RECORD. MELBOURNE, August 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933
WOMEN'S TITLE. NEW COURSE RECOED. MELBOURNE, August 31. As the result ot the second round of qualifying play for the women s golf championship of Australia decided at the Victoria links to-day, the following 16 aro left to play In the tournament on Mon- day -Misses Oliver Kay (N Z ), Susie Tcl hurst (Vic), Mona Macleod (Vic), Mrs Alex Russell (Vic), Misses B Galsford INZ), B Sale (Tas), J Hood Hammond (NSW), C Lascelles (Vic), Shirley Toi hurst (Vic ). B Kernot (Vic ), Sydney jones (NSW) Mrs H Dodgshun (N Z ), Misses o Lefebvre (NSW), P Nankivell (Vic), B Perry (Tas ), and B Nankivell (Vic ). Miss O Kay made a new course record of 75.
BLACKALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933
BLACKALL. Annual Flower Show.-The annual flower show conducted by the Church of England proved successful. There was a magnificent display of flowers, and com- petition wa« keen. Pastoral.-Shearing Is in full swing throughout the district, and many con- tractors aro having a difficulty filling tho boards. Terrick, Malvern. Lansdowne, and many others are operating, and large consignments of wool are being de- spatched to the Brisbane market. Mat- ters pastorally aro very quiet.
LEITCH CUP TO MARYBOROUGH. MARYBOROUGH, August 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933
LEITCH CUP TO MARYBOROUGH. MARYBOROUGH. August 31. Doubt which was expressed whether the Leitch Cup, competed for by the foot- ball leagues affiliated with the Wide Bay and Burnett Rugby League, would be handed over to Maryborough for per- manent possession resulted In the district league meeting to decide the, position. The rules provide that In the event of two teams being equal In annual wins over the period In which the competition was held, the cup should go to the team gaining the highest aggregate points. As a result of that rule the Maryborough Rugby League becomes the permanent possessor of the cup.
GLASSHOUSE MOUNTAINS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933
GLASSHOUSE MOUNTAINS. Arbor Day.-Arbor Day was celebrated at the local State School on August i'5. Several trees wero planted, and the chil- dren wore entertained with sports and games. Sunday School Anniversary.-The anni- versary of the Methodist Sunday School was held at tho School of Art3 on August 27. Rev. Mr. Prowse conducted tho ser- vice and presented the prizes. Pineapple Crop.-The delivery of the winter crop of pineapples Is In full swing, and the supply Is up to tho average quantity, but the prevalence of Black Heart and Black Spot has caused much condemnation of fruit by the fac- tories, and la a serious loss to the growers. The loss caused by these diseases Is greater this season than ever before.
Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933
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NUNDAH LADIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933
NUNDAH LADIES. Purple Pennants - Mesdames Head Roberts Atkinson M Pherson (Bal ) Mesdames A M Dougall H P Tucker W G Thompson S Bathorsby (Nundah) Blue Pennants - Mesdames O Collins H Williams H C Wood W Chater (Nundah) Mesdames Smith Aitken Brooks Lane (Ithaca) Ordinary Games - Mesdames H S Balley M Carthy Con nor Mesdames C H Bennett Bruce Wat son E H Rolls
NO REGRETS. Mrs. Moody's Withdrawal. (Australian Press Association.) SAN FRANCISCO, August 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933
NO REGRETS. Mrs. Moody's Withdrawal. (Australian Press Association.) SAN FRANCISCO, August 30. With the statement "I do not regret my action," and the implication that she would like to meet Miss Helen Jacobs under different conditions, Mrs. Helen WHls-Mcody arrived home to-day. "As the match' progressed," she explained, "I hart several dizzy spells, and felt as though I was about to faint. The thought of faint- ing seemed so silly, and I dislike causing a scene. The pain In my right leg grew Intense, and, though I knew what should do I could net follow out my Im- pulses, so I Just decided to stop playing. Under the same conditions I would do It again. I regret the unhappy ending of tl.o match. There Is no feud between Miss Jacobs and me. We havo always had In common a mutual love of tennis, think she Is a splendid competitor." Mrs. Moody said that the Injury pained her during the trip across country. She had no intention of giving up the game, and hoped to be a competitor next seas...
CATHOLIC ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933
CATHOLIC ASSOCIATION. The following li the draw for the Catholic Association challenge finals and championships for Sunday September 3 -A grade Cooba Blue v Klngsdown on Renraw court umpire W 0 Eccles Bl grade Carlton v Knockrelgh 3 on Kings down court umpire R Neylan B2 grade St Anthony I v St Patrick« on Carlton court umpire F Jost C2 grade Regal B v St Cecelia on Knockrelgh No 1 court umpire F Cullen C grade St Anthony 2 v St Ignatius on Knockrelgh No a court Championships -Mantaka court (T M Grath captain) A grade men s singles Doyle v T M Grath K Hickey v Fred Brown A grade men s doubles Hor rocks-Twomcy V Gleeson-Hynes Sans Souci court (M E Denham captain) B grade men i singles M E Denham v B Curran E Gallagher v C Nolan J M Cor ley v P Dunne St Marys Blue court North Quay (L D England captain) B grade mens singles K Sullivan v L D England J Munro-L J Casey P Meen \ Jack Twomey Ipswich Road court (M Cullen captain) B grade men s singles M Cullen v J D Creedj C Brown v J W Cree...
CATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933
CATION. Presentation.-The associates of the Gatton Jubilee Golf Club made a presenta- tion on August 23 of a Jardiniere, as a mark ol their esteem, to Miss Hilda Wilson, who Is to be married early lu September. MrH. R. P. Robson (captain) mado the presentation on behalf of the members. After a round of golf afternoon tea wo3 served. Kitchen Tea.-A linen and Kitchen tea. organised by tho Ladles' Guild of the congregational Church, was held on August 23 in the Church Hall, In honour of the approaching marriage of Miss Hilda Wilson to Mr. Victor Martin (Brisbane). The Rev, A. I. Trotman, wbo presided, presented Miss Wilson, on behalf of her many friends, with a valuable collection i of gifts. |
ARCHIE JACKSON MEMORIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933
ARCHIE JACKSON MEMORIAL. Some particulars of the unveiling of the Archie Jackson memorial, at tho Field of Mars Cemetery, Sydney, next Sunday, &nbsp; are given In a letter from Miss Phyllis Thomas, whose engagement to Mr. Jack- son was announced before his death. The memorial fund at the time of writing stood at £440. The headstone, which Is to be unveiled by the Premier of New South Wales (Mr. B. S. B. Stevens), stands over four feet high, and will be Inscribed. "Erected by his cricketing friends and admirers," and underneath, "He played the game."
Mr. R. B. Muir. MELB[?]URNE, August 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933
Mr. R. B. Muir. MELBQURNE, August 31. Mr. Robert Blackwell Muir, Chi?f Inspector of the Union Bank of Aus- tralia, Ltd., died at his home in Arma- dale to-day. He had occupied many important positions in various States, including the management of the Hobart, Adelaide, and Melbourne offices of the bank. He had been chief in- spector since June, 1928. and acted as general manager last year.
"DONE THEIR SHARE." Doctors Give Up Salary. ROMA, August 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933
"DONE THEIR SHARE." Doctors Give Up Salary. ROMA, August 31. Considering that the Roma District Hospitals' Board had a credit of more than £1300, they hod done their share. This was the tenor of letters received from Dr. Feather (superintendent, Roma Hospital), Dr. O'Connor (Wal- lumbilla), and Dr. Maling (Mitchell) at the last meeting of the board, in reply to a request to give back to the board all salary over £405 a year. The doctors said they had volun- tarily given this amount to their re- spective hospitals for two years.
GLEN INNES. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933
GLEN INNES. Obituary.-Mr. Herbert Osborne, a well known resident of Glen Innes, died on August 23 at the ago of 52 years. Tho late Mr Osborne was prominent In the llfo of the district, and at the time of his death was a member of the Glsn Innes P.P. Board, chairman of directors of the Glen Innes Co-operatlvo Dalry society, a member of the committee ot the Central New England P. and A. Asso- ciation, and a member of the New Eng- land Experiment Farm Advisory Council. Dairying.-The growth of the dairying industry in Olen Innes was revealsd at the annuBl meeting of tho Glen Innes Co-operatlvo Dalry Society, Ltd.. >vhen it was disclosed that there was an Increase of 40 tons in the quantity of butter manufactured during tho past year over that of tho previous year.