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PIONEER TEACHER. MR. GEORGE HARRAP. NINETY YEARS OLD. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933
PIONEER TEACHER. MR. GEORGE HARRAP. NINETY YEARS OLD. The telephone rang intermittently throughout the day yesterday at 29 Ascog Terrace, Toowong, and callers kept coming and going. Mr. George Harrap, one of the pioneers of educa- tion in Queensland, had reached his 90th birthday, and friends showered congratulations upon him. Mr. Harrap came to Queensland on the Royal Dane in 1873. He was brought out by the Education Depart- Mr. G. Harrap. ment, and his first charge was Bulimba School. He remained there for a year, and was trans- ferred to North Ipswich School, where he had as a pupil an inter- esting little fellow, who subsequently became Dr. J.J.C. Bradfield, design- er of the Sydney Harbour Bridge. &nbsp; For 10 years Mr. Harrap taught the children of North Ipswich, and he was then transferred to Woolloongabba, now known as Dutton Park School. He was appointed an inspector of schools in 1887, and was sent into the Far North, there to make his way among the widely separat...
FOUND IN RIVER. BODY OF MISSING MAN; HOBART, August 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933
FOUND IN RIVER. BODY OF MISSING MAN; HOBART, August 27. The mystery surrounding the dis- &nbsp; appearance ol William Warren (78), of Caveslde, near Mole Creek, who was last seen alive on June 12, was solved to-day, when his body was discovered caught by a leg in a limb of a dead tree in the Meander River. &nbsp; The body evidently had been washed down the river in the last flood, as the locality had previously been thor- oughly searched by the police The body was in an advanced stage of decomposition.
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933
FUNERAL NOTICES. 1/ per line; minimum, 4/ per notice. Bayard.-Friends ol Mrs. G. A. Bayard are invited to attend the Funeral of her deceased Husband, George Arthur Bay- ard, to leave the Wesley Methodist Church, Linton Street, Kangaroo Point, on conclusion of service, commencing at 3 o'clock This (Monday) Afternoon, for the South Brisbane Cemetery. JOHN HISLOP & SONS, Funeral Direc- tors. Bayard.-The Friends of Mr, and Mrs. H. G. L. R., R. A., and M. E. Bayard are invited to attend the Funeral of their deceased Father and Father-in-law, George Arthur Bayard, to leave the Wes- ley Methodist Church, Linton Street, Kangaroo Point, on conclusion of ser- vice, commencing This (Monday) After- noon, at 3 o'clock, for the South Bris- bane Cemetery. JOHN HISLOP & SONS, Funeral Direc- tors. Bayard.-Yeronga Bowling Club.-Members of the above Club are Invited to at- tend the Funeral of their late patron, Mr. G. A. Bayard, to leave the Wesley Methodist Church, Linton Street, Ka...
Pre-Wedding Party. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 29 August 1933
Pre-Wedding Party. Mesdames James Young and Roy Han- sen wero hostesses nt a pre-wedding party held at the home of Mrs. James Young. The Haughs, Beaudcsert-road. Moorooka, last Saturday afternoon, in honour of Miss Gladys Bryans, whoso marriago to Mr. Eric Done. Millmerran, will take place next month. Miss Bryans was presented with a Victorian posy of pastel-tinted sweet peas and maidenhair fern. Bronze bowls of boronia and marigolds beautified the lounge. Musical items wero Tendered by Mes- dames E. Clarke, J. Richardson, J. MncKcnzle, and R. Hansen, and Misa fQjngsbury. Competitions were won by Miss Kingsbury, who presented her prizes to the guest of honour. A miniature farm with lagoon, bore, mid cattle browsing in green pastures, and farm guest favours decorated the afternoon tea table. The guests wero Mesdames R. Bryans, G. Johnson, J. Richardson, J. MacKenrle, S. Dalton, E. Clarke, Terris, I. Huth, Misses G. Bryans, J. Johnson, E. Fogarty. M. Geertz, M. Lindley, N. Jervis. J.I...
NEARING END. Soccer Competitions. The Hilton Shield competition is the last item on the programme of the senior Soccer season. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 29 August 1933
NEARING END, Soccer Competitions. Tho Hilton Shield competition is the last item on the programme of the senior Soccer season. Already each of the teams has played three of the Ave games which have to be decided before the final is con- tested. In that case it will take three Saturdays more to bring the competition to a close, and with It the 1933 season. The compcltion is decided on points, and, so far, Latrobe and Y.M.C.A. aro at the head of the table with six points each. On form. Latrobe should be able to carry off the trophy, unless their worthy rivals are able to spring a surprise. The following tablo shows the position of tho teams to date: P. W. L. F. A. PU. Latrobe.3 3 0 17 3 8 Y.M.C.A. 3 3 0 10 3 « Toowong.3 1 2 li 8 2 Pineapple Rovers ..3 l 2 7 8 2 Wynnum. 3 o 3 5 17 0 Toombul.3 0 3 2 13 0 The matter of forming a new associa- tion, which was mooted earlier lu the season, is still hanging fire. The Bris- bane Junior Football Association has ap- pointed three representative...
Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 29 August 1933
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IN THE Social Sphere WEDDINGS. Cochrane—Hastie. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 29 August 1933
WEDDINGS. -» Cochrane-Hastie. The marriage of ,Mr. Thomas Nelson Cochrane (second son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Cochrane, Brisbane) and Miss Evelyn J. Hastie (third daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. Hastie, Mackay), was solemnised, by the Rev. Norman S. Millar, in St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, on August 26. Mr. Harold Rogers presided at the organ. The bride, who was given away by Mr. S. Hedges, was frocked in ivory bridal satin fashioned with a cowl neckline and a train lined with pink. The tulle veil was arranged with a lace cap and caught with sprays of orange blossom; she carried a bouquet of white roses and carnations. Miss May Prickett, who was bridesmaid, wore a frock of pink organdie and a picture hat to tone; her bouquet was of pink roses. Miss C. Hastie (sister of the bride), who was flower girl, was frocked in blue organdie and carried a basket of pink sweet peas. Mr. Allan Crowther was best man. As the bride left the church Master Graham Cochrane, (nephew of the bride- groom) hand...
Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 29 August 1933
11 - Admirers of Quality China will delight in viewing the attractive presentation of beautiful "Paragon" Ware dis- played in our Crockery Department. This exhibition is a re- plica of one recently held in Barkers of London, and comprises 16 Tables tastefully arranged. "THE PARAGON" TEA SET ILLUSTRATED is one of many we are showing of this shape. The above decoration is in Pink and Yellow Iceland Poppies, and is similar to a set pur- chased by Her Majesty the Queen. The price of this set of 21 pieces and Tea Pot is -t D " I - O We are also showing Sets at 57/6, 67/6, 77/6, 311(1 85/' jjliimiiiliiliiiiiiniiliiiiiiiiiillliiiliiiniiiiiiiiiiiilliilliiimimi iniiiiiiiiiiiimmi um.ti II II i eininiiAABi'i II II iiimiiiiimiiiimniiii II I iiiiiiniiimiiiim II inm III I IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII illliimiliiillliillg 1 -To bring this beautiful China more prominently before the | I public "The Paragon" China Company is offering a Six | j Guinea (£6/6/), 40-Piece "Paragon" Tea Set to th...
TOWER WRECKED. MYSTERY EXPLOSION. WARNING LETTERS. (Australian Press Association.) AMSTERDAM, August 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 29 August 1933
TOWER WRECKED. MYSTERY EXPLOSION. WARNING LETTERS. (Australian Press Association.) AMSTERDAM, August 28. A mysterious explosion wrecked a luge tower which had been erected .Jt Tcmshclling, in the West Frisian «midi., for the salvage of gold and 'hei wo.th £2,000,000 from the wreck 01 tha ship Lutine, whlcli was sunk >i 1799. it is believed that the out- age n as committed by persons who «isii to salve the cargo themselves, "2 lle, directors of the salvage com- pany ha&lt;i received letters warning mem not to carry on with the work. ,ii?ynllccr Beckers, the enginecr aeslgner of the tower, says that he I »"I construct another tower, and will salvage the gold even.at the cos^oi
30 PER CENT RISE IN WOOL PRICES. Keen Demand In Sydney. TRADE EXPECTS NEW RATES TO BE MAINTAINED. Under keen competition from the Continent, Yorkshire, and Japan, prices at the opening of the Sydney wool sales yesterday showed a rise of 30 per cent on the closing rates in Sydney in June, and were 45 per cent above the rates at the first sale last season. Greasy merino sold to 19¾d. Prices were on the highest basis experienced during the last four years. SYDNEY, August 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 29 August 1933
30 PER CENT RISE INI WOOL PRICES. Keen Demand In Sydney. TRADE EXPECTS NEW RATES TO BE MAINTAINED. "Under keen competition from the Continent, Yorkshire, and Japan, prices at the opening of the Sydney wool sales yesterday showed a rise of 30 per cent, on the closing rates in Sydney in June, and were 45 per cent, above the rates at the first sale last season. Greasy merino sold to 195d. Prices were on the highest hasis experienced during the last four years. SYTJNKY, August 28. Values au tne opening Sydney wool auctions to-day showed a rise of 30 per cent on the prices ruling at the closing Sydney wool sales early in ijune, and an advance of 15 per cent to 20 per cent on the closing Bris- bane auctions in June. The market was fully 45 per cent above the figures ruling at the opening series of last season. Competition was brisk and general. The Continent, particularly prance, bought keenly in large volume, Yorkshire was a strong operator, Japan showed excellent activity, and support w...
LOWEST SINCE 1930. Melbourne Unemployed Total. MELBOURNE, August 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 29 August 1933
LOWEST SINCE 1930. Melbourne Unemployed Total. MELBOURNE, August 28. The unemployed registered in the metropolitan area last week were 24,423, this being the lowest total since November, 1930, when the figures were 23,228. The peak period of unem- ployment registration figures for the metropolis was 44,712, in June last year. Country registrations are 11,445, com- pared with 17,610 a year ago. At près ent 13,259 men are being employed on various unemployment relief works.
SEPTEMBER, 1934. ROYAL VISITOR. MELBOURNE CENTENARY. MELBOURNE, August 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 29 August 1933
SEPTEMBER. 1934. ROYAL VISITOR. MELBOURNE CENTENARY. ' MELBOURNE, August 28. A strong hint that the Royal visitor for the Centenary celebrations was likely to arrive in Melbourne in Sep- tember, 1934, was given by the organi- ser of the celebrations (Brigadier General C. H. Jess) at.Bendigo to- day. General Jess said it was hoped that one of the earliest acts of the Royal visitor would be to open the Centen- ary Royal Show. Tills would prob- ably be on his third day in Melbourne. It was practically certain that the show would be open on September l8.
ARMY BLAMED. IRAQ MASSACRES. LOOTING BY BEDOUINS. LONDON, August 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 29 August 1933
ARMY BLAMED. IRAQ MASSACRES. LOOTING 13Y BEDOUINS. LONDON. Aueust 28. The "News Chronicle" claims to I have received from trustworthy sources in Bagdad information proving that, despite the Iraq Government's denials, the recent massacres in Iraq were executed not by Kurds, but by the Iraq Army. Baqir Sidky, it is asserted, butchered at least 700 Assyrians, all of whom were unarmed, and many of whom had not participated in the Syrian expedition. "The Kurds, who at present are em- ployed as emergency police to disarm individuals," continues the "News Chronicle," "usually kill in order to disarm them, but little news is avail- able concerning their activities. The | Iraq forces arc the real criminals. Bedouins also are engaged in sporadic I looting, chiefly in the removal of crops from neighbouring Christian villages." | CALCUTTA, August 28. Tile veil is gradually being lifted"! from recent events in Iraq. There now is no doubt that a massacre took place in the village of Simel, 40 mil...
SHORTS MUST COME. WOMEN'S TENNIS WEAR. SLACKS TOO CUMBERSOME. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 29 August 1933
SHORTS MUST COME. WOMEN'S TENNIS WEAR. SLACKS TOO CUMBERSOME. No matter how much opposition there might be at present from officials, shorts must come into vogue eventu- ally for tennis wear, even in ihe biggest matches, skates Mrs. B. H. Molesworth, Slacks might be worn in unimportant matches, but they impede movement too much ever to be worn by women in A grade tennis. So far neither slacks nor shorts had come into fashion for tennis in Brisbane, she said. In Sydney a few girls wore them in the less important fixtures. When she wanted to wear shorts in A grade tennis, Mrs. Molesworth said sh. was told by officials that they did not want their champions exposed to adverse public criticism, and that ¿he officials did not want to be forced to enter a public controversy on such a subject. Cochet and Austin, among the men in big tennis, had led the way by wear- ing shorts at Wembley, Eventually the women would follow, she was sure, for properly tailored shorts wero the most reasonable,...
SALES TAX PROSECUTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 29 August 1933
SALES TAX PROSECUTION. In the Magistrate's Court yesterday before Mr. W. E. H. Ferguson, P.M., Leslie Norman Friend, photographer. Ingham, was pioceeded against under thi Sales Tax Assessment Acts for failuie to furnish information. De- fendant was convicted and fined £3, in default to be committed to prison until such fine was paid, and ordered to pay 6/ costs of court In default levy and distress.
TOOWOOMBA-DALBY ROAD. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 29 August 1933
TOOWOOMBA-DALBY ROAD, The outstanding Impression of the Minister for Works (Mr. H. A, Bruce) during his visit to Dalby at the week- end was the excellence of the con- struction of the new Court House at that place. Mr. Bruce and party inspected the Toowoomba-Dalby Road, and yester- day Mr. Bruce said it was proposed to send an engineer from the Main Roads Commission to take the neces- sary surveys, and decide the grades for this new road. An Inspection of the proposed Dalby to Bell road, which will connect with the road from Bell to Kingaroy, was also made by the Minister. A request for a new police station at Dalby, and requests for school im- provements, were received.
SOCCER FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 29 August 1933
SOCCER FIXTURES. Toombul United Football Club has been forced to withdraw from the Hilton Shield competition, owing to injuries to playor3 and the lack of a ground, due to prepara- tions for the «ricket season. A meeting of the council of Code, Ltd., labt night arranged the following fixtures: September 2.-Hilton Shield competi- tion: Y.M.C.A. versus Wynnum, on Wemb- ley ground, at 2 p.m.; Pineapple Roverd versus Latrobes, Wembley, 3.30 p.m. Ted man Cup: Y.M.CA. versus Wynnum, Kal- inga, 3.15; Latrobes versus Pineapple Rovers, Pineapple, 2 p.m. September 9.-Hilton Shield: Pineapple Rovers versus Toowong, Wembley, 2 p.m.; Latrobes versus Y.M.C.A., 3.30 p.m. Ted man Cup: Y.M.C.A. versus Latrobes, Kalinga, 3.15 p.m.; Toowong versus Pine- apple Rovers, at Pineapple, time to be arranged. HILTON SHIELD RESULTS. The following table shows the results In the Hilton Shield to date: Goals' P. W. D. L. F. A. Pts. Latrobe.3 3 0 0 17 3 6 Y.M.C.A. .. ..- .. 3 3 0 O 10 3 Pineapple B. .. 3201784 Too...