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STATE RECORD. ADELAIDE GRAND NATIONAL. ADELAIDE, August 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

STATE RECORD. ADELAIDE GRAND NATIONAL. ADELAIDE, August 27. The Adelaide Racing Club continued its Grand National meeting at Victoria Park yesterday. Details:— EASTWOOD HURDLE, 2 miles.—Rumford, by Trafalgar—Ingleara, aged, 10.13 (Gor- don), 1; Cevantes, aged, 9.3 (Power), 2; Palasa, aged, 9.10 (C. Wraight), 3. Other starters: Alwynian, 10.8; Frond, 9.8; Merry Jap, 9.4; Devizum, 9.0; Flash Two, 9.0. Won by two lengths, with two and a half lengths between second and third. Alwyn- ian was fourth, and Flash Two last. Divi- dends: £1/15/ and £4/3/. Merry Jap fell. Time, 3.47¼. BEAUMONT TRIAL.—First Division, 9 furlongs: Greek Star, by Denacre—Greek- ess, 5yrs., 7.9 (Graetz), 1; Meek and Mild, aged, 8.8 (Walsh), 2; Stellum, 3yrs., 6.11 (Coad), 3. Other starters: Lord Preston, 9.0; Garibaldi, 8.11; Soutane, 8.7; Kinubus, 8.3; Norade, 8.0; Ground Swell, 7.6; Tril- loraine, 7.4; Little Bier, 7.2; Toujours, 7.1; Amami, 7.0; Monrcale, 7.0. Won by three lengths, with a length between second an...

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V.A.T.C. WEIGHTS MELBOURNE, August 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

V.A.T.C. WEIGHTS MELBOURNE, August 27. Weights for the V.A.T.C. meeting on Saturday, September 2, are as follows:— DOONA TRIAL, 8½ furlongs. st. lb. st. lb. Highway . . 9 0 Brilliant Star 8 11 Fullcharge . 8 11 Irony . . . . 8 11 On Parade . 8 7 Al Mansur . 8 4 Anyday . . . 8 4 Balloon Ball . 8 4 Beau Pere . 8 4 Day Patrol . 8 4 Dusky Native 8 4 High   Command . 8 4 Lord Carring- ton . . . . 8 4 Parados . . . 8 4 Silveroak . . 8 4 Strymon . . 8 4 Vigilant . . . 8 4 Perpetua . . 8 2 Seabrae . . . 8 2 Akanree . . . 8 0 Carmoa . . . 8 0 Gigolo . . . 8 0 Golden Horn . 8 0 James Aitch . 8 0         Lipton . . . 8 0 Nappatara . 8 0 Woodhack . . 8 0 Mimicker . . 7 11 Motor . . . . 7 11 Picador . . . 7 11 Roual Demon 7 11 Walter Raleigh . . 7 11 Yellow Sands 7 11 Miss Wiltshire 7 9 Savate . . . 7 9 Chief Mate . 7 7 Danilo . . . 7 7 Dazzling Raid 7 7 Devon King . 7 7 Martext . . . 7 7 Pelleas . . . 7 7 Pewter . . . . 7 7 Seigno...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

You'll Like This New 'BULIMBA' PILSENER   The OPEN HAND of FRIENDSHIP THERE'S HEALTH and ENJOYMENT in this NEW BULIMBA PILSENER Try it . . . . bury your lips in its foaming wholesomeness . . . . it's delightful. This new PILSENER looks good—it is bright, and spark- ling . . . . FRESH. It tastes good—it has a tang which sets the gastric juices working overtime. Go to the nearest hotel—give the BULIMBA SIGN—and take home a bottle to-night. Give the 'BULIMBA' A FULL-BODIED BEER Sign for FULL-BODIED MEN  

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HAS THE SYSTEM FAILED? New Methods Needed. TO THE EDITOR OF THE COURIER-MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

HAS THE SYSTEM FAILED? New Methods Needed. TO THE EDITOR OP THE COURIER-MAIL. Sir,-It is certainly very gratifying to find that a leading paper like the old "Brisbane Courier" dealt with and criticised my views on this question of political qualifications. The matter is such an important one to every one in Queensland that I trust all papers will take the matter up, giving their views, for it is only through the courtesy and help of the newspapers that we will be able to attempt such improve- ments as would undoubtedly prove a benefit to our State. At the present moment people of Queensland are only the play-toy of the politician, being tossed from one party to another as the majority may see fit. Take any business, and at- tempt to run it on these lines, and what would be the result? Failure and chaos, which is the result of our present political system It is only by a big outcry Iront the people that we may get a change from our present system. Unfortunately the power to alter res...

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AIR ROUTE FORECAST. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

AIR ROUTE FORECAST. The following official air route forecast for to-day from Brisbane to Sydney was issued last night:-Fine, with scattered cloud and good . visibility to about Port Macquarie: thence much cloudiness of middle and higher type, with fair to good visibility. Wind light to moderate- north- easterly to northerly.

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MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

MAIL NOTICES. RATES OF POSTAGE-Letters within the Empire, 2d. per oz. To all other places-first oz. 3d., each succeeding oz. or part, 2d. MAIL CLOSING TIMES_The closing times hereunder aro for G P.O, Brisbane. Unless otherwise stated newspapers, packets, registered articles, and parcels will be accepted up to one hour befoie the advertised closing times for letters for malls which close after 9am, and before 6 pm. LATE FEE POSTING.-The late fee on all unregistered articles (except parcels) Is Id each. Articles bearing late fee may be posted at the G P O. up to 15 minutes after closing times of malls despatched by train, and up to 30 minutes after closing times for malls despatched by steamer: they may also be posted mi board stcomers. Registered articles, with the addition of a fee of 2d, will be accepted 30 minutes after the closing of the registered malls AIR MAILS-Any postal article, except parcels, may be sent by air mall The fee. In addition to postage. Is 3d per half ounce for...

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THE WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

THE WEATHER. Commonwealth Meteorological Bureau, Brisbane, August 26. RAINFALLS. List of rainralls ror the 24 hours ended 9 am. to-day: PENINSULA (North).-Cape York, 19; Thursday Island, 3. NORTH COAST (Herbert).-Innisfail, 6; Tully, 6. FORECASTS. Metropolitan forecast for Monday.-Fine and warmer, with light to moderate east- erly veering north-easterly wind. Queensland.-Cloudy along the tropical coast, with scattered showers, chiefly north from Cardwell; otherwise generally fine, but rain probable in the south-west. Cold at night in the south-cast, but tempera- ture Increasing generally. Wind south- easterly along Pacific slopes; north- easterly to northerly inland. Ocean.-Fresh but moderating south easterllcs over the Eastern Tasman Sea. with moderate to rather rough sea; fresh- ening northerlles over Eastern Bight, ad- vancing eastwards, and followed by squally westerly to south-westerly winds, and rather rough to rough sea from around the ¡Leeuwin. Maximum and minimum temperatur...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

SHIPPING. INTER-STATE STEAMSHIP SAILINGS. (CIRCUMSTANCES PERMITTING.) SPECIAL REDUCED FARES _For SYDNEY and MELBOURNE. Orungal Katoomba Canberra Manunda Orungal Ormiston Canberra Sept. 2, Noon Sept. 9. Noon Sept. 10, Noon Sept. 23. Noon Sept. 23, Noon Sept. 30, Noon Oct. 7. Noon A.U.S.N. Co., Ltd. A.U.S.N. Co.. Ltd. Howard Smith. Ltd. Adel. S. Co., Ltd. A.U.S.N. Co., Ltd. A.U.S.N. Co.. Ltd. Howard Smith. Ltd For NEWCASTLE, SYDNEY, MELBOURNE, . and ADELAIDE (Cargo only). Without _Transhipment._ Mundalla! Aug. 29,5 p.m. I Howard Smith. Ltd Mareeba |5eut. 5, 5 p.m. I »,U S.N. Co.. Ltd. For MARYBOROUGH (Cargo only). Moruya |Aug.29. 5 p.m.lHoward Smith Ltd Paterson |sept. 2. Noon. 1 A.U.S.N. Co.. Ltd. For BUNDABERG (Cargo only). Paterson ISept. 2. Noon. IA.U.SN. Co.. Ltd. For GLADSTONE (Cargo only). Moruya iSeot. 5.5 p.m. | howard Smith. Ltd. For ROCKHAMPTON (Cargo only). Mareeba 1 Aus. 23.4 p.m. I A.U.S.N. Co.. Ltd. Time ISept. 5. 5 p.m. ¡Howard Smith. Ltd For MACKAY. TOWNSVILLE, and CA...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS AT BRISBANE. August 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS AT BRISBANE. August 26. NARDANA, from Liverpool, via ports (passed Pile Light 6.30 a.m.). August 27. STRATHAIRD, from London, via ports (passed Pile Light 9.50 a.m.); CRAIG END, from Melbourne, Sydney and New- castle (passed Pile Light 5.30 p.m.);   AUSTRALIND, from New York (in from   anchorage 7.30 a.m.). "> TO ARRIVE TO-DAY. MACUMBA, from Sydney and Newcastle, at A.U.S.N. Wharf. Macdonald, Hamil- ton, and. Co., agents. MAREEBA, from Adelaide. Melbourne, and Sydney, at A.U.S.N. Wharf. Macdonald, Hamilton, and Co., agents. MORUYA, from Gladstone, at Howard Smith's Wharf. Howard Smith's Ltd., agents. KAMO MARU, from Melbourne and Syd- ney, at Pinkenba Wharf (8 a.m.). Burns, Philp, and Co., Ltd., agents. MARELLA, from Singapore and Java, at Dalgetys Wharf (7 30 am). Burns, Philp, and Co, Ltd , agents. MATARAM, from Sydney. at Pinkenba Wharf (8 am). Burns, Philp, and Co, Ltd , agents. MAMARI, from London, via ports, at Dal g...

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Sir N. C. Lockyer Dead. MELBOURNE, August 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

Sir N. C. Lockyer Dead. MELBOURNE, August 27. Sir Nicholas Colston Lockyer died at his home, Bruce-street, Toorak, last night, after a long illness. Born in Sydney, on October 6, 1856, Sir Nicholas Lockyer was a son of Major Edmund Lockyer, who founded the first British settlement in Western Australia, at King George's Sound, in 1827. After about 25 years as a Treasury official In Sydney, he was appointed in 1896 to the combined positions of Collector of Customs and first Com- missioner of Taxation for New South Wales. When the Commonwealth was formed, Sir Nicholas Lockyer was ap- pointed Assistant Controller of Cus- toms, becoming Controller in 1910. He acted for seven months as first Con- troller of Repatriation. He was also a member of the Royal Commission on the Sugar Industry in 1919.

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

ENTERTAINMENTS. Daily, from 10 a.m. Evg. 8. B3127.   JAMES CAGNEY, MARY BRIAN—RUTH DONNELLY in "HARD TO HANDLE." There hasn't been a faster, funnier comedy riot turned out in Holly- wood in many a day! LOWELL SHERMAN in "FALSE FACES," with PEGGY SHANNON—LILA LEE. He toyed with the world's most dangerous weapon—Woman! SATURDAY NEXT: Beloved Queen of the Air! KATE SMITH, in Fannie Hurst's "HELLO, EVERYBODY." VALLEY THEATRE NOW SHOWING Continuous from 10.30 a.m. JOHN BARRYMORE, DIANA WYNYARD, in "REUNION IN VIENNA." ROLAND YOUNG in "PLEASURE CRUISE" (General Exhibition.) Fatty Arbuckle in "BUZZING AROUND." TO-MORROW NIGHT, It may be your turn to win 6000 pounds FOR NOTHING ! Full & Share Tickets given away.   WED., "LUXURY LINER." ENTERTAINMENTS. LONDON'S BEAUTIFUL COMEDY   STAR.       Coming to     HIS MAJESTY'S SAT., SEPT. 9. J, C. WILLIAMSON LTD. Have the privilege of anno...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

AUTHORISED SURVEYOR. Cyril F. Bennett, Isles, Love's Buildings, 233 Adelaide St., City. B6620. J6712. AT Grimsey's for best watch & jewellery repairs, clean 6/6, mainsprings 4/6, work guaranteed. 391 George St., nearly opp. McD. & East. 'Phone B7437. ART duplicating, multigraphing, and every class of copying work expedit- iously carried out by us, illustrations and drawings a specialty. 'Phone B3471-2, or call for specimens and quotations. Stott's Pty., Ltd., 290 Adelaide Street. AT Grimsey's for best watch and jewel- lery repairs, clean 6/6, main springs 4/6, work guaranteed. C. H. Grimsey, 391 George Street, nearly opp, McD. & East. 'Phone B7437. A.G. Webb, chemical engineer and     manufacturers' representative, offers   technical and sales representation for manufacturers' lines requiring speciality salesmanship, Commerce House, Adelaide Street, Brisbane. BUGS and their eggs—100 per cent, kill guaranteed by "Zyklon B...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

ENTERTAINMENTS. WINTERGARDEN A Snappy Musical Romance Mr BROWN, with JACK BUCHANAN. ELSIE RANDOLPH. VERA PEARCE. MARGOT GRAHAME , ALSO   "IN A MONASTERY GARDEN." MAJESTIC                 Now Showing : SYDNEY HOWARD In "IT'S A KING" A Royal Riot of Mirth. (General Exhibition.) GENEVIEVE TOBIN, ROLAND YOUNG, HERBERT MUNDIN, & MINNA GOMBELL in "PLEASURE CRUISE."   WARING'S PENNSYLVANIANS in     ALMA MARTYR.     Aust. and Inter. Gazettes.       . Under the patronage and In the presence of his Excellency the Governor Sir Leslie Wilson, and Lady Wilson. A. TO Z. REVUE. CREMORNE THEATRE, Friday and Saturday, 1st. and 2nd. Sept., CHILDREN'S MATINEE, SATUR- DAY, 2nd SEPTEMBER. Produced by Thelma Robertson Brenda McCullough School of Dancing. PRICES: 3/. (RESERVED), 2/.   Children...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

OVERELLS' (Pty.) LTD. OVERELLS' HAVE THE PICK OF THE COTTON FASHIONS. TURN TO PAGE 25.   AND YOU'LL GET   AN IDEA OF THE   EXTENSIVE PLANS     OVERELLS' HAVE MADE     FOR THE COMING SEASON.   OVERELLS' WONDERS OF THE WEEK. MEN'S AND BOYS' SECTIONS ONLY. These "WONDERS" introduce a defi- nite endeavour to further increase the popularity of our already popular Men's Sections. Shoppers who appre- ciate good value and a good article will find in these "WONDERS" a wonderful inducement to make many purchases. AVAILABLE TO-DAY (MONDAY) FOR ONE WEEK ONLY. MEN'S STRIPED COTTON TWEED TROUSERS; a splendid   washing quality, lightweight cloth, neat patterns, in Mid or Dark Grey   shades. Sizes 3 to 7. Usual Price,   3/11. SPECIAL PRICE, 2/11. MEN'S ALL WOOL TWEED   TROUSERS; herringbone design,   in Mid Grey or Navy, good qual- ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

PROFESSIONAL AND TRADE NOTICES. I, Dobov, watchmaker, advise clients of Heindorff. Ltd., that I have taken over all watch repairs; all work done on the premises and guaranteed; moderate charges Fourth floor, Heindorff House, Queen Street. B5703. J. W. O'Meara, late senior inspector, Taxation Department, public account-   ant and taxation specialist, National Bank Chambers, Queen St, 'Phone B8095. MAKE Money at Home. Earn 5/ to 10/ an hour in spare time. Become an expert Showcard and Ticket Writer. Master Postal Course, with Free Work- ing Outfit. Earnings guaranteed. Profitable Profession or Paying Hobby for men and women. S.I. SHOWCARD SERVICE (Aust.) Box 694, G.P.O., Adelaide, S.A. Send stamp for booklet. PATENTS.—Trade marks, G. R. Cullen, Patent Attorney, Commercial Bank   Chambers (next Commonwealth Bank), Queen Street. Brisbane. B9340. PATENTS, trade marks, G. R. Cullen, Patent Attorney, Commercial Bank   Chbs. (opp. "Courier"), Queen St....

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

McWHIRTERS' MONSTER CRECHE AND KINDERGARTEN Attractive An Event of Supreme Importance. DIFFERENT TO ANYTHING YET HELD.     In the name of Sweet Charity, do all your shopping at McWhirters', Wednesday Next. Make it a Iong-to-be-remembered Record Shop- ping Day. The more you buy for cash—the greater the Donation for the Creche and Kinder- garten Funds. Bargains in Hosiery   Art Silk and Silk   Hosiery, 1/ pair.   7/11 Silk Hose for 4/11. A table of PURE SILK HOSE, fully fashioned. These are "Mediums," but each pair is guaranteed perfect. In a full range of beautiful colours. Usually 7/11. SPECIAL 4/11 PRICE, Pair   8/11 Fashioned Pure Silk Hose for 5/6 pair. 50 dozen pairs only, MEDIUM QUALITY SILK HOSE, every pair perfect, in Silk, and guaranteed to give fair wear. In a full range of colours. Usually 7/11. SPECIAL 5/6   PRICE, PAIR     A TABLE OF ODDMENTS &nbsp...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

Between you and the court there's nothing bett sr for your feet than NARM Sand Sho3s! They're easy to look at, easy to wear, and, between ourselves, they're mighty easy on the pocket. Every penny of the price you pay comes back to you in value received. Always look for ihe nama NARM-your satisfaction depends upon it. läÜI&ÄBli MOTHER! your child couldn't spend a wiser penny WRIGLEYS BUILDS STRONG TEETH -AIDS DIGESTION! CHILDREN have an uncanny knack of buying that kind of food which is least good for them .... stuff that loads up the stomach . . . gives the digestive organs too much .work . .. and puts evil working acids into the mouth. Be sure that your child chews a sensible and wholesome sweetmeat! Wrigleys cleans and builds strong teeth, healthy gums. Keeps the mouth fresh .-and helps neutralise the effect of acids that decay teeth. Wrigley's aids digestion. It promotes the flow of saliva in the mouth which in turn stimu- lates the flow of digestive juices in the stomach...

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SUMMARY AND INDEX. Queensland. To-day's High Tides.—4ft. 10in. at 1.23 a.m.; 5ft. 8in. at 2.32 p.m. Metropolitan forecast for to-day. —Fine and warmer with light to moderate easterly veering northeasterly, wind. Queensland.—Cloudy along the tropical coast with scattered showers, chiefly north from Cardwell; otherwise generally fine, but rain probable in the south-west. Cold at night in the south-east, but temperature increasing generally. The respective maximum temperature for Saturday and Sunday in each State capital was:—Brisbane, 68.7 and 71.6; Sydney, 59.0 and 62.3; Melbourne, 54 and 66.2; Perth, 55 and 57. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

SUMMARY AND INDEX.   Queensland. To-day's High Tides.—4ft. 10in. at 1.23 a.m.; 5ft. 8in. at 2.32 p.m. Metropolitan forecast for to-day. —Fine and warmer with light to moderate easterly veering north- easterly, wind. Queensland.—Cloudy along the tropical coast with scattered showers, chiefly north from Card- well; otherwise generally fine, but rain probable in the south-west. Cold at night in the south-east, but temperature increasing gener- ally. The respective maximum tem- perature for Saturday and Sunday in each State capital was:—Bris- bane, 68.7 and 71.6; Sydney, 59.0 and 62.3; Melbourne, 54 and 66.2; Perth, 55 and 57. That the Queen Street tram-tracks, when relaid shortly from George Street to Petrie Bight, will be superior to any others laid in Brisbane, is claimed in a report made by the civic executive to the Brisbane City Coun- cil. Addressing a meeting of the Labour Students and Speakers' Association in Brisbane on Friday, Mr. F. M. J. Baker, M.H.R., said that...

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STATION BURNT Outbreak at Merinda TOWNSVILLE, August 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

STATION BURNT Outbreak at Merinda TOWNSVILLE, August 27. The railway station and signal cabin at Merinda, near Bowen, were destroyed by fire abput 8 o'clock last night. According to advice received by the general manager of the northern division of the railways, Mr. J. Hudson, the night officer, went to tea, and on his return noticed a glow underneath the door. When he opened It the flames struck his face, and the place became a raging inferno. Water was played on the flames, but they had too great a hold, and they soon enveloped the buildings,

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ATHLETICS. MAYNE LEADING. LONG HAMMER THROW. As a result of the continued contest for the Ambulance Cup at Lang Park on Saturday afternoon Mayne Harriers are well in the lead. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

ATHLETICS. MAYNE LEADING. LONG HAMMER THROW. As a result of the continued con- test for the Ambulance Cup at Lang Park on Saturday afternoon Mayne Harriers arc well In the lead. P. MacNamara threw the 161b. hammer 135ft. 2V¡¡ln. for Christian Brothers. This is only 8ft. 3',¿ln. outside the Queens- land record. Tho opposing teams were; Ambulance Cup: Mayne Harriers v. G.P.S.. and Toowong Harriers v. Christian Brothers. Association Cnp! B grade, section A: Ipswich v. Mayne Harriers B, i and Kelvin Grove v. Rocklea; B section, Thompson Estate v. Alderley. Results:

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