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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933
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WOMEN'S BASEBALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933
WOMEN'S BASEBALL. The winter fixtures of the Queensland Women's Baseball Association were con- cluded on Saturday afternoon at Musgrave Park. Toowong defeated Ascot All Sports II, 41-35. Ascot in their last innings scored 15 runs. &nbsp; Toowong won the winter competition. &nbsp; The points were: Toowong 21, All Sports &nbsp; I. 16, All Sports II. 11, Broadway 10.
BASEBALL VALLEYS WIN FINAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933
BASEBALL VALLEYS WIN FINAL. Valleys defeated Greys at Graceville on Saturday in the final of the knockout baseball competition. This gave Valleys the record of being undefeated for the season. The standard of play was on a high plane, and both teams could not open their account until Schwenke crossed the plate for Valleys in the fourth inn- ings. The Valley team were combining well, and they profited by Greys' poor fielding and bad throwing to the bases. Scores:— Valleys: 0, 0, 0, 2, 2, 8, 4, 12—28. &nbsp; Greys: 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 2, 0, 0, 1—3. Batteries:—Valleys: R. Levy (pitcher), G. Mullah (catcher); . Greys: J. Bale (pitcher), G. Johnston (catcher). &nbsp;
Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933
ASK FOR KR CAMP PIE BLACK CAT STANDS ALONE YOUR TURN NEXT The Only City Agent To Sell a 1ST PRIZE IN THE Exhibition Art Unions. We Have Sold £140,000 Prize Money in the last 12 months, including 1st and 2nd Prizes in one Casket twice. Any day is your lucky day if you get your ticket or share from the famous— BLACK CAT CASKET SHOP 200 ALBERT STREET, Opp. T. & G. Building. GOLDEN CASKET. &nbsp; WE WON A FIRST PRIZE &nbsp; LET US SELL YOU ONE. &nbsp; Write—LUCKY FELIX CASKET AGENCY, &nbsp; Felix sold their share of prizes in Casket No. 351. 158 ROMA STREET, BRISBANE. Tickets; £25,000, £1; £6000, 5/6; £3000, 2/9; £2000, 1/11; £1500, 1/6; £1000, &nbsp; 1/. Add Postage. M. U. FARNSWORTH, Authorised Agent. "The Queenslander" CONTENTS OF THE COMING ISSUE, On Sale Thursday Next—6d. : Order To-day. Besides 36 pages of news, informative articles, stories, and jokes, "The Queenslander" contains 12 pages of excellent protographs on art paper—the fi...
GROUND FOR TEST. LONDON, August 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933
GROUND FOR TEST. LONDON, August 25. Mr. Harry Sunderland attended the Broughton Rangers' new ground at Belle- vue (Manchester) with the League Coun- cil to arrange the Test prices. He agreed to 2/ minimum to half a guinea for bookable seats, the lay-out of the ground giving a possible £5000 gate if 40,000 attend. The Kangaroos' manager called for tapes to measure the width of the playing area, ascertaining that from touch to touch it is five yards narrower than the Australian grounds, thus necessi- tating care in planning team tactics for fast wing play. Mr. Sunderland jok- ingly taunted Mr. Hutchins with the remark that "England can make it narrower while fast wings like Smith are available."
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933
Wolverhampton Wanderers v. Liverpool. 3-2. SECOND DIVISION. Blackpool v. Preston North End, 1-2. Bradford v. Oldham Ath., 4-2. Bury v. Swansea, 4-1. Fulham v. Port Vale, 3-0. Grimsby v Burnley, 1-0. Hull v. Notts County, 0-1. Lincoln v. Millwell, 0-1. Nottingham Forest v. Brentford, l-l. Plymouth Argyle v. Manchester United, 4-0. Southampton v. Bradford City, 4-1. West Ham v. Bolton Wanderers, 4-2. THIRD DIVISION. Southern Section. Bristol City v. Bristol Rovers, 0-3. Charlton Ath v. Bournemouth, 4-3. Coventry v. Glllingham, 7-1. Newport v. Swindon. 1-2. Norwich City v. Clapton Orient, 3-0. Queen's Park Rangers v. Brighton, 2-0. Reading v. Exeter City, 3-1. Southend United v. Crystal Palace, 0-4. Torquay v. Aldershot, 0-0. Watford v. Cardiff, 1-2. Northampton v Luton Town, 2-3. Northern Section. Barnsley v. Wrexham, 3-0. Barrow v. Crewe Alexandra, 0-3. Carlisle United v. Halifax, 1-0. Chester v. Rotherham United, 5-1. Chesterfield v. Gateshead, 6-2. Doncaster Rovers v. New Brighton,...
HIGH STANDARD. Norman Park Eisteddfod. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933
HIGH STANDARD. Norman Park Eisteddfod. The Norman Park Eisteddfod was continued on Saturday, three sessions being held in the Norman Park School of Arts. The standard in the vi'olin sections was exceptionally high, said the ad- judicator (Mr. R. Dalley-Scarlett), and in the under 15 section the work of the only two competitors, would stand comparison with that of any boy of the same age in the world. Mr. A. H. Baker was adjudicator for the elocutionary section. Miss Eva Lang was official accompaniste, and Mr. T. Atherton director of ses- sions. Awards: RECITATION, under 8 years.-Teddy Hleronlmus (82 points), 1: Jotin Rodgers (81 points). 2. PIANO SOLO, under la years.-Mar- garet Clutterbuck (90 points). 1; Joyce Klelndelnst (88 points), 2. VOCAL SOLO, under IO years.-Clare Sutherland (83 points), 1; Betty Myatt (75 points), 2. RECITATION, 8 and 9 years.-Bene Quelhurst (88 points), 1: Marcus Schien (86 points), 2. PIANO SOLO, under 13 years.-Florence Staubwasser (89 points), 1; Esme ...
THE COURIER-MAIL. Its Service to the Public. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933
THE COURIER-MAIL. Its Service to the Public. A newspaper is a living organ-] ism that draws much of its vitality from the community it serves. But also it gives back vitality. It is part of the cor- porate and constructive conscious- ness of a city, a State, and a nation. Its function is the daily' assimilation of the inchoate mass i * action and thought borne on the ceaseless curfent of life. This it reduces to order and proportion,! gives to it a significance, and renders it back in a form to | enlighten, instruct, guide, and entertain the public that receives it. But this is not done mechani- cally. A newspaper has an individuality of its own, and its worth to a community is deter- mined by tile force and quality of that individuality. A newspaper must have strength of character to be a vital influence, to be equal to its great responsibilities, and to inspire trust among the people it serves. It must have traditions to cherish and a reputation to guard. The Courier-Mail is pre- ...
League of Nati[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933
League of Nations &nbsp; &nbsp; Some persons are in the habit of complaining about the League of &nbsp; Nations because it has not suc- ceeded in preventing wars and because the nations have not dis- armed. But they fail to take into &nbsp; account the many fine things that &nbsp; the League has done-not spec- tacular things, perhaps, but things that are very useful to the world. &nbsp; The League is well worth the money that is spent upon it. If it &nbsp; were a failure, as some persons suppose it to be, we should not &nbsp; find serious men, such as the mem- bers of the Government of the United Kingdom, bothering their heads about it. But members of that Government are not only officially supporting the League but also personally interesting themselves in its business. They like the work because they know it is good. Let us all remember that some good to mankind must come from the meetings of the members of the League...
Wheat Agreement. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933
Wheat Agreement. After considerable discussion and negotiation the International Wheat Conference, at which 29 nations were represented, has reached an agreement upon Hie vexed and complicated problem of wheat exports. The weakness of any such agreement is the impos- sibility of determining the nature of the seasons; and for ti"*-' reason it is very doubtful if the agreement will stand the test of i time. In any circumstances, how- ever, it is gratifying that the agreement will not affect Aus- tralia's wheat export trade, at all events for the next two seasons. Whatever the United States and Canada may be able to do in the way of limiting their wheat har- vests, it is clear that Australia must continue growing wheat. The United States is a creditor nation (not a debtor nation as Australia is) ; she owes no other nation heavy annual interest payments, and to an extent much greater, than Australia is she is self-con- tained. Whether any of the sub-j scribing nations will adhere strict...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933
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BY 17 GAMES. AUCHENFLOWER LEAD. TENNIS PREMIERSHIP. By establishing a lead of 17 games in the first day's play against the Colts on Saturday, the Auchenflower team placed itself in a favourable position to win the premiership of the Queensland Lawn Tennis Association's A[?] mixed division. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933
BY 17 GAMES. AUCHENFLOWER LEAD. TENNIS PREMIERSHIP. By establishing a lead of 17 games in the first da j's play against the Colts on Saturday, the AUchcnflowci team placed itself in a favourable position to win tho premiership at the Queensland Lawn Tennis Associa- tion's Al mixed division. The Colts are hopeful that, when the match is concluded next Saturday, their »Inglés players will have made Up the deficit. After the first- four mixed sets Colts were leading by six games. The .credit for saving Auchenflower must be given to-R. O. Ctimmiùgs and M, Cran- field, who decisively defeated Alf. Chavó and H. Goodwin. 6-4, 6-2. Defeating University III. by nine games, fcîothllm won the final of the A2 men's grade competition. Scores: i '/Al MIXED (first day of final): Auchen- flower v. Colts: R O. Cummings-Miss , Hardcastle v. H. Goodwin-Miss Pratten, i Ti-e," 6i-3¡ V. Wcsiacott-Mrs. Westacott v. A. chavê"^Mlss K. Coleman, 3-6, 4-8; N. Brimson-V. Westacott v. W. Raymond-Vl C. Tann, 6-4,...
SUBURBAN ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933
SUBURBAN ASSOCIATION. Marnell Gold and Ivondale on Saturday qualified for the first gradó final of the Suburban Lawn Tennis Association by scoring successes In their seml-ilnal matches against Marnell Blue and Laguna respectively. Results. First Grade.-Marnell (Gold) defeated Marnell (Blue) (semi-final). 48-44. De- tails: Sheahan-Miss Besant v Lee-Miss Johnson, 6-3; L. Grealy-Mrs. Cameron v Fisher-Miss McKean, 6-3; sheahan-Cun- ningham V Lee-McCarthy, 5-6; V Hing Fisher, 4-6; Grealy-Grealy v Lee-McCar- thy, 5-6; v King-Fisher, 6-5; Mrs. Cameron-Miss Besant v Misses Johnson McKean, 4-6; Cunningham-Miss Besant v King-Miss McKean, 6-5; W. Grealy Mrs. Cameron v McCarthy-Miss Johnson, 6-4. Ivondalo defeated Laguna (seml-ilnal), 46-30. Details:-J. Portlcy-Mrs. Fleming v Bennett-Miss Homann. 6-0; Sheehy Miss Francis v Carlson-Mrs. Hamilton 6-2; Fleming-Portley v R. Klatt-Bennett, 6-2; v B. Klatt-Carlson, 6-3: Sheehy Smith v B. Klatt-Carlson. 6-2; v R Klatt-Bennett, 6-5; Mrs. Fleming-Miss F...
BATTLED TO VICTORY. ST. HELEN'S. August 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933
BATTLED TO VICTORY. (From Claude Corbett.) ST. HELEN'S. August 26. Australia battled Its way to victory in tho first match of the tour, winning by 13 points to 9 over St. Helen's Recrea- tion, one of the most solid teams in Eng- land, after having been behind 6-3 at half time. The "Recs." put up a line fight with 12 men nearly all the time, as Laithwaite left the field, suffering from concussion, 10 minutes- after the start. When the Australians had gained a 13-6 advantage it seemed that they would win easily, but the "Recs." came at them solidly in the last quarter oí an hour. Even thon the tourists had ill-fortune, as Thicknesse crossed the line only to hear the whistle, Dooner having been penalised for obstruction - a hair-line de- cision. Twice Prigg looked sure to score, but was thrown out in the corner each time when a pass in-fleld would have meant certain tries. Cliff, Pearce was the outstanding player making glorious runs irom 60 and 70 yards, with Ridley on the wing, and T...
BEERBURRUM WON. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933
BEERBURRUM WON. A Beerburrum district eleven defeated a strong Brisbane side by 70 runs on th» first innings of a match at Beerburrum. The visiting team included four inter- state representatives, G. Cook, C. An- drews. F. M. Brew, and J. Govan. R. Deard made 102 (retired), including two sixes and 10 fours. In scoring 69 F. M. Brew hit two sixes and 10 fours. Mr, G. F. R. Nicklin, M.L.A., made second top score for Beerburrum, 29. He also clean bowled-J. M. Adams, a former Inter-State reprefcntative. G. Cook made 32 (re- tired) and took two wickets for .23 runs. Scores.-Beerburrum District,! eight Wickets for 236 runs. Visitors, 166.
COUNTY MATCHES. LONDON, August 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933
COUNTY MATCHES. LONDON, -August 25. Thet English county cricket season is now almost-, finished, hut Its close Is being .marked by au epidemic Of high scoring. , Nichol and Walters wore in great form for Worcestershire,. who doolftred with four down for 425. Rain-affected wickets gave several of tho spin bowlers good averages. The results of the serlos of matches which wero concluded to-day wore : SURREY v. YORKSHIRE.-Surrey, six .Wickets for 560, declared. Yorkshire, 233 and (followed on) five for 219.(Leyland 74, not out). Surrey won on the first Inn- ings; MIDDLESEX v. DERBYSHIRE. Derby- shire, 133 and 320 (Alderman 83, Richard- son 01). .Middlesex, 151 and 160 (Mitchell, six for 53), Derbyshire won by 141 runs. GLOUCESTERSHIRE V. WARWICK- SHIRE-Warwickshire, 355 and six for 181, declared (Bates 80). Gloucestershire, 244 and 112 (Hollies, four for 47; Paine, four .for 31). Warwickshire won- by ISO runs. LANCASHIRE v. ESSEX.-Lancashire, 205 and 198 (Nichol, five for 57; Smith, fou...
Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933
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BANANA SETTLEMENT EXTENSIVE PREPARATIONS. SOUTHPORT, August 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933
BANANA SETTLEMENT EXTENSIVE PREPARATIONS. SOUTHPORT, August 27. In his report to the Nerang Shire | Counct'l yesterday the engineer (Mr. T. E. Peters) mentioned that, to cn able the road to the banana land on | the Upper Mudgeeraba Creek, which is. to be settled under the Govern- ment's scheme, to be completed by November, arrangements had been completed for a further 15 men to begin work on the top end of the load. It is expected to increase the number of men employed on the road to 100 shortly., The council approved oí plans and specifications for a low level weir crossing over the Mudgeer-1 . aba Creek, at Rathbones, on the Mud- geeraba-Springbrook main road (which also serves the settlement), and agreed to request the Main Roads Commis- sion to expedite the construction of a hl'gh level bridge over the same creek at the dip crossing. The last short section Into Mudgeeraba is practically complete. Twenty-five ' men have almost completed felling 320 acres of scrub in ono -block. T...
HEAVY SPENDING. Japanese Navy. TREATY PARITY. Japan is spending enormous sums to bring her navy to full treaty parity with the British and American navies, even to the extent of threatening the country with bankruptcy. (Australian Cable Service.) LONDON, August 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933
HEAVY SPENDING. Japanese Navy. ? TREATY PARITY. Japan is spending' enormous sums to bring her navy to full treaty parity with the British and American navies, even to the ex- tent of threatening the country with bankruptcy. (Australian Cable Service.) LONDON, August 26. The "Financial Times" reports that I the Japanese trade guilds will sup- port the Government in sending a trade mission to South America and elsewhere to drive out British goods if Britain fails to satisfy Japan at the forthcoming conversations, from which Japan hopes to obtain little. All the Japanese trade profits at present are being sunk in armaments, and Japan is spending enormous sums to bring her navy to full treaty parity with the British and American navies, even to the extent of threatening the country with bankruptcy. Britain and America, it is considered, are unlikely to enter into agreements in the inter- ests of Japanese trade unless Japan agrees to a disarmament policy, en- abling the raising of revenu...