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CAR OVERTURNS. TOOWOOMBA ACCIDENT. TOOWOOMBA, August 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

CAR OVERTURNS. TOOWOOMBA ACCIDENT. TOOWOOMBA, August 27. In consequence of one of the front tyres blowing out on a motor car last   night as it was travelling near Green-   wattle Street, West Toowoomba, the   vehicle momentarily got out of con- trol, and, after landing in a deep gully on the left-hand side of the road, it over-turned. The three occu- pants escaped any serious conse-   quences, but it is reported that the car was almost wrecked. The driver of the car was Roger Palmer (31), a commercial traveller, of Brisbane, and the other occupants were Percy Green (Brisbane) and Spencer Herbert (Toowoomba). Palmer, who owned the car, was driving. He was pinned between the steering gear and the seat. The other two passengers, who were also sitting on the front seat, were hurled on to   the roadway, but they were able to go to the assistance of Palmer, as they were uninjured. By removing the seat the driver was able to...

Publication Title: Courier-Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
WILL NOT REDUCE. Loss on Telephone Services. SYDNEY, August 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

WILL NOT REDUCE. Loss on Telephone Services. SYDNEY, August 27. The Postmaster-General (Mr. R. A. Parkhill) has informed Mr. J. T. Jennings, M.H.R., that ' for many years the telephone service has shown a heavy and sustained annual loss, amounting to more than £1,500,000 during the last five financial years. Mr, Parkhill, therefore, thinks that a reduction of rates in the near future would be very difficult.

Publication Title: Courier-Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

BIRTHS. . ADRIAN.-At Ellendene Private Hospital, 22nd August, 1933, to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adrian (nee Jessie Law)-a Son (Richard Charles). AITKEN.-At Sherwood Private Hospital, on Saturday 19th August, to Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Aitken, Graceville-a Daughter. BARDSLEY.-On August 9th, at Yasmar Private Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. Leon F. Bardsley-a Son (James Field). BARDSLEY.-On August 25th. at Lewis Street. Camp Hill (Nurse Rees), to Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Bardsley-a Son (Allen George). FITZSIMMONS.-At the Ashgrove Private Hospital, on the 20th August. 1933. to Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Fitzsimmons. of Girraween Grove. Ashgrove-a Daugh- ter (Valerie Merle). IRWIN (nee Una Shelley) -On 18th August, at Sherwood Private Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. S. Irwin, Victoria Avenue, Chelmer-a Son (John Shelley) MARSLAND (Nee Payne).-To Berenice. Wife of Hugh L. Marshland, Clayfield-a Son, on 23rd August, 1933. STRETEN.-On August 15th. at "Ellen dene" Private Hospital, to Esme. Wife   of W. W. Stret...

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MUSIC TESTS. ASSOCIATED BOARD. EXAMINATION RESULTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

MUSIC TESTS. ASSOCIATED BOARD. EXAMINATION RESULTS. Successful candidates at the recent examinations of the Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music, London, are given below. The examiner was Professor Lloyd Powell, of the Royal College of Music. The names are in order of merit, and the schools and teachers are also shown. Where not otherwise stated the subject was pianoforte. Licentiate of The Associated Board (Teachers' Certificate). - Cecile W. Prit- chard, violin, and Patricia Bell (Miss N. Baird. L.R.A.M.), St. Margaret's School (equal). Sheila O'Doherty (All Hallows' Convent), Ursula Walker (All Hallows' Convent), Dorothy Sergeant (Lourdes Hill Convent), Lillie Fox (Miss N. Baird, L.R.A.M., St. Margaret's School). Licentiate of Tlie Associated Board (Solo Performer).-Mavis Bonney (All Hallows' Convent), Eunice Knapp (Presentation Convent, Clayfield), Olivia Sheehy, organ (R. Dalley-Scarlett, Mus. Bac), Gretta McLelland, violin (Mr. Scott McCallum), Veronica Retchless (Lo...

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

THE   SUNDAY MAIL   Gives all the News   BRIGHT SPECIALS   MAGAZINE PAGES   Illustrated Throughout       FIRST ISSUE     Incorporating     "The Brisbane Courier"   and "The Daily Mail."   No 1 (Registered at the General Post Office, Brisbane, for transmission by post as a Newspaper.) Monday, August 28, 1933. 'Phone B2991 (7 lines). 30 PAGES—TWOPENCE.

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WOMAN'S DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

WOMAN'S DEATH. Lillian Helena Thiele (24), single, was found by her brother yesterday afternoon hanging from a beam underneath her home at Unwin Street, Meandah, near Pinkenba. She resided with her widowed mother, had been ill for some time, and had worried about her state of health.

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Billy Doings [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

Billy Doings (By Fanny Y. Cory.). Now where ! I put 'osc cakes away here careful-an' they gone m dean u » wrlstle

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

rpHE "TOOWOOMBA CHRONICLE" x is the Home Newspaper of the United Wealth Producers of the Dar- ling Downs, the West, and South- west. v PUBLISHED DAILY. WRITE FOR PRICE LIST FOR ADVERTISING. Brisbane Agents: Queensland Coun- try Press, Ltd.; Johnston Advertising Pty., Ltd.; Reuters, Ltd.; Gordon and Gotch (A'sia), Ltd.; R. S. Maynard Advertising; National Advertising, Ltd.; and W. W. Downie. BRISBANE CITY COUNCIL RATE NOTICES FOR HALF-YEAR ENDING 31/12/'33. All Rata Notices for the HAMIL- TON District have been posted to the owner's last known address. Ratepayers who havo not received a. Notice should make application for a copy as the last days on which discount of 5 per cent. Is allowable are as follows: Asst. Nos. 1/500 .31st Aug., '3Î 501/2000.1st Sept., '33 2001/3000.2nd Sept..'33 3001/3447.4th Sept., '33 Ratepayers who are In arrear are reminded that discount on current Rates will be alloyvcd if paid yvlthln the stipulated period, provided that a satisfactory arrangement is nut...

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AMBULANCE CUP. MAYNE HARRIERS V. G.P.S. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

AMBULANCE CUP. MAYNE HARRIERS T. G.P.S. I 220 YARDS.-A. Gordon (M.H.) 1; R. H. Bentley (O.P.S.) 2: E. Hardy (M.). 3: K. Hoey (G.P.S.), 4. Time. 24ii. G.P.S.. 6! Mayne. 8, . 880 YARDS.-H. Daniels (Q.P.S.), l: J. Razey <M.), 2; O. Daniels (G.P.S.), 3. Time, 2.8 2-5. O.P.S, 8; Mayne. 4. | BROAD JUMP.-R. H. Bentley ( G.P.S. 1, 19ft. llln., 1; Q. Daniele (Q.P.S.), 2; R. Craig (M.), 3; 0. M'Callum (M.), 4; R. Upmann (M.), 5. Q.P.S. 10, M.H. 8. DISCUS THROW_R. Upmann (M.), 1:1 D. craig (M.), 2; R. Ward (G.P.S.), 3. 105ft. 81n. Mayno 10. O.P.S. 3. THREE MILES.-E. Sweetman (Q.P.S.),! 1; T. Skinner (M.). 2; A. Thomas (M.), 3; M, Jenkinson (Q.P.S.), 4; A. Cheesman | (Q.P.S.), S. 17rnln. Ssoc. M. 7, G.P.S. ». POLE VAULT.-R. Word (Q.P.S.), 1, Aft. 61n.; C. M'Ûallum (M.), 2; R Craig I (M.), 3; R, Upmann (M.). 4. 'M., 0; a.P.S.. 0. HAMMER THROW.-R. Upmann (M.), 1; tt. Craig (M.), 2; H. Hardy (M.h 3. 106ft. 3in. M" 13; G.P.S., 0. MILE WALK,-W. Downing (M.), 1; J. H&rtrldge (M.), ...

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MANLY TEAM'S SUCCESS. SYDNEY August 2[?]. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

MANLY TEAM'S SUCCESS. SYDNEY August 21 Manly won the Rugby Union minor premiership yesterday. Manly had shared first place with Western Suburbs at the end of the two full rounds, and on Satur- day at Manly Oval the home side won the play-off by 11 points to 6. Northern Suburbs qualified over the semi-final round by defeating University at North Sydney Oval by 6-0. IPSWICH, August 27. The following players have been select- ed to train for the Bulimba Cup match against Toowoomba, at Ipwsich next Saturday:—Backs: L. Steensen, T. Ed- wards. R. Cushing. W. M'Murtrie, H. Chidgey, E. Linnane, C. Wright, W. Adams, A. Sherman, T. Punt, and W. Wilkins. Forwards: A. Sivkoff, D. Rob- son, B. Hitching, H. Bichel, L. Kahler, R. Collins, P. Laughren, and L. Sellers. TOOWOOMBA DRAWS WITH DALBY. DALBY, August 27. A Toowoomba Rugby League team visited Dalby and played a match against a Dalby team, the game ending in a draw 10 points each. For Toowoomba Reith- muller and Hannay scored,, and Reithmul-...

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MATCH AT BENOWA. SOUTHPORT, August 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

.MATCH AT BENOWA. SOUTHPORT, August 27. A team of southport and Benowa players defeated Numinbah by 46 runs on the first Innings of a social match at Benowa. Scores: Numinbah, first Innings, 108>{S. Binstead 30. C. Banks 25, L. Hindc 22). Bowling: G. Wolter, three for 10; A. J. Fass, three for 21; R. Love, two for 23; G. Stanfield, two for 24; 0.. J. Kropp, one for 6. Southport and Benowa, first innings, 154 (A. L. Thams 36, J. W. Bate- man 23. A. J. Fass 21). Bowling- r Lentz, three for 34; S. Binstead, three for 27; J. H. M'Shane, one for 9.

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

r w l»-f.4n PERSONAL. Three months' leave of absence on account if ill-health has Just been   completed by Mr. M C Trotter, the   Chief Clerk of the Brisbane City Coun- cil, and his health is now much im- proved. It is considered advisable, however, that he should remain away for a further month, and the Civic Executive has recommended that ad- ditional leave should be granted.   Dr. Robert Dey, editor of The Aus tialian Christian World, who has been spending several days in Warwick, fol-. lowing his annual trip to Cairns, left yesterday for Stanthorpe, where he will remain for a few days, and will then return to Sydney. Dr, Dey. who Is probably tho oldest working jour- nalist in Austialia, celebrated his 85th birthday while in North Queensland He and his son are the owners of The Australian Chrlstian World, After an absence of 50 years. Mr. G M. Greenwell, who, with Mrs. Green- well, is a passenger on the Strathaird for Port Moresby, is visiti...

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EVADE TARIFFS. AMERICAN INVASION. ENGLISH INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

EVADE TARIFFS. AMERICAN INVASION. ENGLISH INDUSTRY. "With the object of evading tariffs and exchange there is an American   invasion, so to speak, of the English in- dustrial world, and it is being success- ful," the governing director of Berlei Ltd. (Mr. Fred. R. Burley) said last night, discussing features in the gen- eral trend of English business devel- opment. Mr. Burley is on a business visit to Brisbane, and will return to Sydney on Wednesday. Next month he will sail for England to resume personal direction of the English establishment of the company, which has now been in operation for nearly four years. American enterprise in establishing the most up-to-date factories through- out England to exploit the English market in all manner of goods was     undoubtedly a most important feature of recent industrial development in Eng- land, he said. It was a way of getting behind the tariff, but it was also doing much to relieve unemployment. 'B...

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SHOT DEAD BY WIFE. Tripped With Rifle. GIRL KILLED BY PLAYMATE. Two shooting accidents were among the eight fatalities in other States at the week-end. Near Berry (New South Wales) a farmer was accidentally shot by his wife, and in Western Australia a girl was shot by a playmate. SYDNEY, August 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

SHOT DEAD BY WIFE. Tripped With Rifle. GIRL KILLED BY PLAYMATE. Two shooting accidents were among the eight fatalities in other States at the week-end. Near Berry (New South Wales) a farmer was accidentally shot by his wife, and in Western Australia a girl was shot by a playmate. SYDNEY, August 27. Matthew Warne (47), farmer, of Woodhill, near Berry, was accidentally shot by his wife with an automatic pea-rifle to-day. Accompanied by his wife, he was shooting rabbits in the rough country. His wife asked permission to have a shot, and he handed her the rifle, and instructed her how to use it. He walked on ahead, but they had not gone far when the woman tripped, and the rifle was discharged. The bullet entered the back of   Warne's skull, and he died shortly afterwards. He left five young chil- dren. GIRL KILLED BY BULLET. PERTH, August 27. While playing in an old house on a   farm at Mumballup in the south-west, on Friday, Bernice Gardiner (11) was shot and ...

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SCHOOL AT GLENMORGAN. SURAT, August 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

SCHOOL AT GLENMORGAN. SURAT, August 27. The Minister for Education (Mr. F. A. Cooper) opened the first school at Glenmorgan yesterday, and, in the evening came on to Surat. The Minister, who was, accompanied by Mr. G. Morgan, M.L.A., and the Direc- tor Of Education (Mr. B. J. M'Kenna) was entertained at dinner by the Warroo Shire Council.. The Minister     and party will leave Surat on Monday   morning for Yeulba and Wallumbilla, returning to Brisbane by the mail train on Tuesday.

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Mr. G. A. Bayard. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

Mr. G. A. Bayard. The death of Mr. George Arthur Bayard, principal of the South Bris- bane drapery firm of Bayards Pty, Ltd., which occurred in a private hos- pital on Saturday afternoon, was sud- den and unexpected. Last Wednesday Mr. Bayard was admitted to hospital suffering from acute appendicitis, and, although he seemed to rally well after an operation, his heart, weakened by a recent attack of influenza, was un- able to stand the strain, and he col- lapsed. The late Mr. Bayard, who was 67 years of age, was born at Castle- maine, Victoria, and as a youth, in 1887, he joined the Stanley Street busi- ness of Piggott and Beirne. When the proprietors of that business dissolved partnership in 1893 he entered the service of Messrs. Piggott and Co., who carried on business in Melbourne Street. Later he established a busi- ness of his own at Roma, but in a few years transferred his operations to Melbourne Street, South Brisbane, close to the site of the emporium popularly known as "Bay...

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GOVERNMENT NOTICES. TRANSMISSION BY DEATH. REAL PROPERTY ACTS OF 1861 AND 1877. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

GOVERNMENT NOTICES. TRANSMISSION BY DEATH.   REAL PROPERTY ACTS OF 1861 AND 1877. Notice is hereby given that applications have been made for the Registration of Transmission of Title to the Lands here- inafter mentioned. Particulars of such applications are given below; and any person desiring to oppose must do so by lodging a Caveat, on or before the day specified, at the Principal Office of the Registrar of Titles, in Brisbane, unless the Lands are situated within the Central or Northern Districts, in which case the Caveat must be lodged at the Local Dis- trict Registry at Rockhampton or Towns- ville. Name of Deceased Proprietor.—Jane Maria Champney, late of Manly, Brisbane, wife of Thomas Stephen Champney. Date of Death.—16th February, 1933. Names of Claimants.—Joseph Walter Champney, of Cedar Grove, Beaudesert, and Edward Robert Crouch, of Kangaroo Point, Brisbane, as Devisees in Trust. Description and Situation of Land.— Subdivisions 122 and 123 of resubdivision A...

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TWO PRODIGIES BOY VIOLINISTS. EISTEDDFOD FIND. The discovery of two boy prodigies—both violinists—at the Norman Park Eisteddfod on Saturday has caused great interest in musical circles. Already a representative of a well-known Australian firm of entrepreneurs is making arrangements to give the lads a hearing. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

TWO PRODIGIES BOY VIOLINISTS. EISTEDDFOD FIND. The discovery of two boy prodigies—both violinists—at the Norman Park Eisteddfod on Sat- urday has caused great interest in musical circles. Already a repre- sentative of a well-known Austra- lian firm of entrepreneurs is mak- ing arrangements to give the lads a hearing. The boys are Neil Mackay (13), son of Mr. and Mrs. Neil Mackay, of Car- berry street, Newmarket, and Neville   Peacock (12), son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Peacock, Killeen Street, Nundah. They   came first and second respectively in   the violin contest under 15 years. The adjudicator (Mr. R. Dalley- Scarlet) was so impressed with their performances that he said that either boy had it in him to do work that would stand comparison with that of any boy of his age in the world. If either was sent to Sydney or Mel- bourne, and was given an opportunity of working up a good repertoire under proper direction, he added, the people there would be ...

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"Welcome, 'Courier-Mail'!" [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

"Welcome, 'Courier-Mail' I" Two noble streams have merged In ona to-day. Full-fed, to take a splendid, onward way. And nought shall stem the progress of that tide Through the lean years and fat years , rich la pride. Go forth, proud journal, Queensland cries "godspeed." Speak with clear voice; to walting hearts give heed! Go forth to the prosperity that watts, Though shadowed yet-at our young country's gates 1 Speak for your generation, clear and strong. Swift for the right-keen sword to smite the wrong! No puny task is yours, be strong to dare I The pregnant futuro thrills with promise rarel From the dim past ye served, come muffled cheers (Long, silent voices of the pioneers!) And peering through the daWnlng shadows pale The future's spirit children bid you "Hall." -EMILY BULCOCK. Brisbane, August 27._"_

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STIRRING FINAL. Rugby Artistry. CUP TO UNIVERSITY. Unfolding a defence well nigh impregnable, and launching a succession of clever attacks, the University Rugby Union team achieved a brilliant victory over Brothers in the Ambulance Cup final on Saturday. The marginal advantage was 15 points— 26 to 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

STIRRING FINAL. Rugby Artistry. CUP TO UNIVERSITY. Unfolding a defence well nigh im- pregnable, and launching a succes- sion of clever attacks, the University Rugby Union team achieved a bril- liant victory over Brothers in the Am- bulance Cup final on Saturday. The marginal advantage was 15 points— 26 to 11. No two clubs in the Union code A division this year are better served in speed and Rugby knowledge to provide a thrilling Cup final than Brothers and University, and on Saturday both com- binations lived up to their reputations. For more than 60 minutes of an 30- minute match the pendulum of fortune swung evenly, University holding only a 10 to 8 advantage at the close of the opening session. But those who have closely followed the achievements of the students understand what a well-prepared team they are, their vigour showing no diminution right up to the sound of the final bell. This quality, perhaps more than anything else, contributed to the back-line movement of the final ...

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