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CAFE TEAS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 29 August 1933
CAFE TEAS. Harne sweet peas decked the table at Rowe's yesterday, when Mrs. J. R. B. Campbell and Miss F. Rothwell enter- tained a number of guests. The party included, Mesdames A. S. Phillips, Stringer, R. M. Gow, E. Ashton, J. O. K. Sibbald, P. Taylor, Misses D. Phillips and Nancy Taylor. Mrs. T. Crowley, Cairns, was the guest of honour at a party entertained by Mrs. J. Murray. The guests in- cluded Mesdames J. Pease, Townsville; J. W. Herd, Salisbury; Misses C. Bag- ley, D. Hodgkinson, N. Pease, and, A. Salisbury. Guests entertained by Mrs. Sinclair included Mesdames C. O'Leary, L. H. Walden, A. H. Angel,' W. Dredge, J. J. Cahalane, and J. Florence. Mauve sweet peas were grouped on the table at which Mrs. Jules Moxon entertained in honour of her sister, Mrs. John Armstrong, who will re- turn shortly to her home. Takilberan, Gin Gin. The guests included Mes- dames M. Briggs, John Macfarlane, Misses Nancy Stewart, Grace Gordon, Vera Svensen, and Gwen Reid.
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 29 August 1933
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FOR FETE FUNDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 29 August 1933
FOR FETE FUNDS. St. Clement's-on-the-Hlll Woman's Guild, of which Mrs. J. Brown-Beresford Is president. Mesdames A. J. George and H. Pashen vice-presidents, and Mrs. A. E. Bensley honorary secretary, promoted nn enjoyable evening, held at tho home of. Mr. and Mrs. H. Pointon. Gordon Park, last Friday. On arrival Mrs. J. Brown Beresford was presented by little Miss Yvonne Krledman with a bouquet, lind with the colours of St. Clement's-blue and gold. The gathering was In aid of the fancy stall at the forthcoming Church of England parish fete at Lut- wyche. Vocal items were rendered by Mr. J. Campbell and Mrs. I. Weeks. A suchre tournament was won by Mr. and Mrs. A. J. George. A competition waa won hy Miss E. Campbell.
19th ANNIVERSARY. TANNENBERG VICTORY. BERLIN, August 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 29 August 1933
19th ANNIVERSARY. TANNENBERG VICTORY. BERLIN, August 27. "I only did my duty," said the Presi- dent (Marshal von Hindenburg), in al broken voice, when replying to the ' greetings of a huge gathering at the foot of tlic Tannenbcrg Memorial on I the nineteenth anniversary of lils| great victory. Captain Goering, on behalf of Prus- sia, presented the President with the Langenau Estate and the Preussen Forest, which formerly belonged to the Hindenburg family and adjoined the | President's Neudeck estate. The Chancellor (Herr Hitler) an- nounced that the lands would be de- creed free of taxation so long as there was a male heir bearing the name Hindenburg. The President, who was deeply moved, recalled that his "Imperial Master" had entrusted him with the task of liberating East Prussia from the grip of the Russian armies.
ANNUAL MEETING. SANDGATE GUIDES. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 29 August 1933
ANNUAL MEETING. SANDGATE GUIDES. Tho Sandgate association was extremely fortunato in having as president Mrs. H. E. Slzer, said Lady Macartney, who pre- sided over the fifth annual meeting of tho Sandgate Girl Guides' local associa- tion, which was held in the Boy Scouts' Hall on Saturday afternoon. Lady Macart- ney and Miss Hawthorne (deputy State commissioner and State trainer), on their arrival, wero received by the district com- missioner (Mrs. H. E. Slzer), and presented with bouquets from the Brownies and Guides. The deputy State commissioner (Miss Hawthorne) enlightened the meeting as to tho progress of guiding in the country. While many country people were working under difficulties. It was pleasing to noto that some of the associations, Longreach in particular, wore equal to many of the metropolitan centres. The report prcsonted by Mrs. M. C. Hinton showed that the formation of a ranger company gave the local associa- tion its full complement of Brownies Guides, and Rangers...
CRECHE AND KINDERGARTEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 29 August 1933
CRECHE AND KINDERGARTEN. Mrs. Bedford Elwell presided at tlw monthly .executive meeting of the Creche and Kindergarten Association hold on Fri- day in the office, National Mutual Build- ings. Tho Valley branch, reported that the total attendance for two weeks at the Creche was 420 children. West End re- ported that their total attendance at the Crocho for two weeks was 161, and the Kindergarten attendance was 279. The Newmarket branch of Too H was clear- ing tho grounds at the college. The com- mittee would be pleased If some one would lend an old piano to the Paddington Kin- dergarten. The following donations' wore acknowledged:-His Excellency tho Gover- nor (Sir Leslie Wilson), £2/2/; Dr. Gold smid. £1/1/; Mrs. D. S. Warren, £2/2'; Queensland Turf Club, £12/12/; Dr. Gif- ford Croll, £1/1/; Mrs. Ellerton, £1/1/; Miss F. Young, £1/1/; Carlton Cabaret dance, £1/13/0; afternoon party at Mrs. Ronnlck's home, £3/5/; Paddington i Mothers' Club solo *of work, £4/12/6; Rosalie Mothers' Clu...
Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 29 August 1933
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SOUTHPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 29 August 1933
SOUTHPORT. Crystal vases of sweet peas beautified the table at the Pacific Hotel, when Mrs. Harry Emmerton, Melbourne, entertained Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Pearce, Miss Cynthia Brooks, and the Lord Mayor of Mel- bourne (Councillor Gengomt Smith) at supper on Sunday night. Miss Gladys Carter, who is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Freeman, wiU leave to-day on a visit to Currumbin. Mrs. J. H. Rees and Miss Maida Rees aro the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. Hoare, who aro spending a fortnight at Rhonda, Esplanade. Mrs. T. B. Steelo and Miss D. Steele have returned to Brisbane. Mrs. A. H. Blackman, who was their guest, accom- panied them. Mr. and Mrs. A. Wright (Sydney), Mr. and Mrs. D. Scott-Hyslop, and Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Cooke aro among the visitors at the Pacific Hotel. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Stephens, Darling- ton, Beaudesert, are spending a holiday at their seaside home. Timaru. Mr. and Mrs. M. Cohen, New Zealand, aro spending a few days at Surfers' Para- dise before leaving for Brisbane. Mr. and...
RIVERSIDE WORKS. Absorb 80 to 90 Men. EARLY START INTENDED. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 29 August 1933
RIVERSIDE WORKS. Absorb 80 to 90 Men. EARLY START INTENDED. A start will be made next Monday on the Government's scheme for im- proving banks and walls in the lower reaches of the river on which work it is intended to spend £16,000. This work, said the Minister for Labour and Industry (Mr, M. P. Hynes), would be important, in that it would provide another avenue for tne employment of relief workers. The Brisbane City Council had become concerned about the increasingly large number of men being added to its list of relief workers, and this scheme of river improvement should ease the position. It was intended that 60 mon should start on Monday hewing .stone in the quarries at Kangaroo Point, and, it was hoped, on the following Monday to commence actual improve- ment work on the Lytton wall with an additional 20 or 30 men. It was expected that the men would be kept occupied at this work for 12 months. They would be drawn xrom the areas in which the work was situ- ated.
SECRET GIVEN OUT. METHODS OF BANNING BOOKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 29 August 1933
SECRET GIVEN OUT. METHODS OF BANNING- BOOKS. "The most amazing aspect of the whole matter is that the Customs offi- cials should have been so silly as to have given away the secret of the stupid system that previously held re- garding the censorship of books," laughingly commented a well-known Queen Street, bookseller yesterday. He was referring to a message from Canberra appearing in "The,Courier Mall" yesterday, in which admissions were made by Customs offleers,..that( books had been frequently banned be-' cause they were brought forward at times when the official perusers . were over-burdened with other work. Rather than incur reprimands they placed ¿he books on the taboo list until such time as they had an opportunity of rereading them-but that time never carne, and the books remained on the list. Another bookseller stated that the censorship did little or no good, but only drew attention to publications which in the ordinary course would have a very small circulation. "It only ...
RICH IRISH COMEDY. Authorities Fooled. GENERAL O'DUFFY'S STRATEGY. (Australian Press Association.) DUBLIN, August 27. Outwitting the Government forces, which had been concentrated to enforce the probibition of a memorial meeting by the Blue Shirts at Bealnablach, where Michael Collins was ambushed, General O'Duffy succeeded in addressing 5[?] Blue Shirts at Bandon. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 29 August 1933
RICH IRISH COMEDY. Authorities Fooled. GENERAL O'DUFFY'S STRATEGY. (Australian Press Association.) DUBLIN, August 27. Outwitting the Government forces, which had been concentra- ted to enforce the prohibition of a memorial meeting by the Blue Shirts at Bealnablach, where Michael Collins was ambushed, General O'Duffy succeeded in ad- dressing 5( Blue Shirts at Ban- don. Five hundred police, a detachment of the military forces, and an arm- oured car placed a cordon round the proscribed area, a wild and desolate stretch of moorland and mountain. General O'Duffy left Bandon in a high-speed car, accompanied by the Blue Shirt leaders in a second car. Two car loads of detectives followed, but the Blue Shirts second car slowed down in a narrow mountain lane, and prevented the detectives' cars from pass- ing, while General O'Duffy's car raced ahead. Making a detour, General O'Duffy eluded his pursuers, and re- turned to Bandon, where he addressed his supporters unmolested. Michael Colllns's ...
KEEN INTEREST. Melbourne Air Race. HIGH SPEED 'PLANES. (Australian Press Association.) LONDON, August 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 29 August 1933
KEEN INTEREST. Melbourne Air Race. HIGH SPEED 'PLANES. (Australian Press Association.) LONDON, August 28. In an editorial article to-day the "Yorkshire Post" forecasts that public Interest in the London-Melbourne aerial race next year will rival that in the Schneider Trophy race, though the machines will be without any freakishness necessitated by the rules. It expresses the hope that the race "will produce a number of really fast long-distance ' aircraft, in which America now excels, and in which Britain is so sadly deficient. ' Such machines are urgently needed if civil aviation is to progress." The newspaper suggests that the Government, since it has refused to make further expenditure on high- speed seaplanes, will consider instead the production of aircraft of such Imperial value.
EXCHANGE GOLD TRADING RECORDS BROKEN. Turnover of 150,000 Shares in Adelaide. ADELAIDE, August 28. After showing signs of getting back to normal, gold trading on the Adelaide Stock Exchange broke records of 25 years' standing with a turnover of 150,000 shares, in response to the rise of 3/2 in the London price for fine gold. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 29 August 1933
EXCHANGE GOLD TRADING RECORDS BROKEN. Turnover of 150,000 Shares in Adelaide. ADELAIDE, August 28. After showing signs of getting back to normal, gold trading on the Adelaide Stock Exchange broke records of 25 years' standing with a turnover of 150,000 shares, in re- sponse to the rise of 3/2 in the London price for fine gold. Brokers were offering for any sup- plies available, and although the price fluctuated occasionally in response to selling orders, 33 out of 37 stocks closed on a higher level. About 120,000 of the total number of shares were transferred at the one informal and three official calls dur- ing the day. The last formal meet- ing started half an hour late, and, although the meeting was confined to silver and 'gold stocks, pressure of business kept the room open until 5.15. The largest rise, exclusive of syndi- cate shares, was Guinea Gold, which closed at 100', a rise of 5/. Wiluna was 4/3 better, at 75/6. MT. MORGAN 3/4 HIGHER. Mt. Morgan, after selling up to 43/10...
AUSTRALIA'S DEFENCE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE COURIER-MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 29 August 1933
AUSTRALIA'S DEFENCE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE COURIER-MAIL. Sir,-It is reported that some of the ollioers of the Queensland militia say that "the reduced scheme of estab- lishment relies upon the high pro- ficiency of the nucleus of officers and N.C.O.'s, who, It is hoped, in the event of Invasion would be' able to hold, with the support of returned soldiers, the fort while a local army was being trained." But how would it be possible for these men to take their place in the field at a moment's notice when it Is now many years since they returned from active service? They at' least would need freshening up in spite of their experience to be efficient. When war comes it will dome quickly, with- out warning'-as Mr. Hughes has stated "like a thief in tine night." How would it be possible to mobilise these men and fit them out with the neces- sary equipment and munitions of war at a moment's notice? How could an army be trained with the foe at death grips with us? It is ridiculous on the fa...
NUNDAH DISTRICT EISTEDDFOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 29 August 1933
NUNDAH DISTRICT EISTEDDFOD. Tlie secretary of the Nundah District Efstoddfod (Mr. N. M. Ferguson) announces that his Excellency Sir Leslie Wilson has consented to open the session on Monday, September 4. In view of the Importance of this Elsteddlod a special souvenir programme has been compiled. It well illustrated, and copies may now be obtained from all music houses.