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VALLEY THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933
VALLEY THEATRE. Luxury Liner commences its season at the Valley Theatre to-day. The story Is built around the lives of several people on board a luxurious ocean liner. George Brent plays the role of the ship's doctor, whilst Zita Johann is seen as his able assistant. The as- sociate feature will be It's a King, in which Sydney Howard is seen. On the same programme is Australian and overseas news reels, and a comedy. Next Friday another Golden Casket night will be arranged. Commencing on September 22 will be adult amateur trials.
Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933
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WINTER GARDEN THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933
WINTER GARDEN THEATRE. Jack Buchanan makes an auspicious return to the screen in the film musi- cal comedy, "Yes, Mr. Brown," now showing at the Winter Garden. The story concerns the visit of the Ameri- can, Mr. Brown, owner of numerous toy shops, to his Vienna branch, and, as the alert manager (JackBuchanan), with a partnership in view, intends that his visit shall be a successful one, his efforts at entertaining Mr. Brown .result in some riotously funny situations. The supporting attraction, "In a Monastery Garden, is an in- spiring theme. With a musical back- ground ol the celebrated melody of the same name, a gripping story is told of brotherly devotion. The cast includes John Stuart, Joan Maude, and Humberstone Wright.
PIG SALES. CLIFTON, August 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933
PIG SAIES. CMFTON, August 28. At Messrs. O. B. Bell and Co.'s lort nlghtly pig sale, there was a yarding of over 200 pigs, comprising bacon pigs and storeB. There was no alteration In the price of bacon pigs, 5d. per lb. being maintained for prime pig. AU classes of stores were In good demand, and values showed an Improvement on last sales rates. The principal sales were:-Primo baconers, 5d.; back fatters, 2%d. per lb.; forward stores, 30/ to 35/6; good lines, 16/6 to 20/; medium, to 15/; small, 9/ to 12/6. GATTON, August 28-At tho weekly sale to-day 170 fatB and porkers and 30 stores were penned. The demand was fair for young pigs. Over the scales baconers realised 5d. and porkers 4d. per lb., dressed weight. At auction, slips and weaners brought from 9/ to 15/6 o head.
"NOT THE DOCTOR." GOVERNOR AT HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933
"NOT THE DOCTOR." GOVERNOR AT HOSPITAL. "Are you the doctor?" "Oh, no! I'm not so clever as that. I'm only the Governor 1" The above exchange was overheard at the Diamantina Hospital yesterday afternoon during a visit by the Gov- ernor (Sir Leslie Wilson) and Lady Wilson. The visitors were met by the Parliamentary member for the dis- trict (Mr. V. C. Gair, M.L.A.), the superintendent of the hospital (Miss F. Chatfield, O.B.E.), the assistant superintendent (Mr. F. M. Staub wasser), Messrs. R. King, M.L.A., and P. H. Ebbott (of the Diamantina Hos- pital Patients' Welfare Association), Mr. C. Chuter (Assistant Under Sec- retary of the Home Department), Mr. R. Curtis (visiting justice), Dr. F. H.R. Mathewson, and Sisters c. Axelsen and M. Macdonald. Major A. V. Stark, A-D.C, attended the Governor. Visiting each ward, escorted by the hospital officials, the Governor and Lady Wilson had a cheery word for every patient. In one of the general wards for women, Sir Leslie had quite a long co...
TOOWONG POST OFFICE V. RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933
TOOWONG POST OFFICE V. RAILWAY. Railway, first Innings, '.47 (Fowler, 16; Jeays, 13; Gwyder, 10; Lowell, three for 6; Robs, two for 6; Ricketts, two for 13). Second Innings, 165 (Leuer 37, M'Quilty 55). Toowong, first innings. 202 (J. Thomp- son 54, Livingstone 37, Ricketts 3. Second innings, none for 13 (Thompson 7 and Low- ell, 6 not out; Gwyder, three for 54; M'Qullty, five for 55). The Northern Suburbs Cricket Club an- nounces that practice will be held on Thursday afternoon on the Exhibition No. 2 oval at 4 o'clock.
WAREHOUSE ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933
WAREHOUSE ASSOCIATION. The Warehouse Cricket Association hav- ing determined to extend the scope of Its activities, pastime and social clubs will In future be admitted to Its com- petition. This week an application from the Bon Accord Pastime Club for per- mission to participate in the competi- tion was granted.
ON SEPTEMBER 30. START LEAGUE CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933
ON SEPTEMBER 30. START LEAGUE CEICKET. The promoter of professional cricket (Mr. A. J. Hunting) announced yesterday I that arrangements had been mado to open the league cricket season on Sep- tember 30. Up to date, he said, 44 players had agreed to transfer to the professional ranks. They are:-F. U. Hefferon, W. Coin, L. Waterman, H. D. Noyes, J. Lawson, W. B. Gebbie, N. F. Grant, G. N. Amos, W. D. ' Rowe, W. Flnnemore, R. Higgins, H. J. Andrewatha, S. Okamura, D. Handlln, D. S. Rowley, P. K. Hefferan, J. Lindsay, A. A. Stevens, J. A. Muddle, H. L. Kelly, K. V. Redgrave, V. Evans, M. Henry, N. M. Mulligan, P. Cramb, E. L. Webb, J. T. Stiles, A. J. Ryder, S. Matheson, V. H. Woodcock, O. S. Pollard, P. L. Smith. E. Ward, R. R. Radford. H. Gott, S Want, J. W. Brady, W. D. B. Gray. C. Dow, O. D. Larkin, A. Brett, V. Brandt, S. J. Ferguson, L. F. Conde.
IDEA CONDEMNED. COUNTRY ZONING PLAN. TOOWOOMBA, August 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933
IDEA CONDEMNED. COUNTRY ZONING PLAN. TOOWOOMBA. August 29. A fairly satisfactory year was reported at the annual meeting of the Toowoomba Cricket Association to-night. The Income was £503/16/8 and the expenditure £483/0/1. The bank balance was £20/ 16/7, compared with £3/9/11 last year. Referring .to the match between a coun- try team and the Englishmen at Too- woomba, the chairman (Mr. J. H. Cecil Roberts) complained about withdrawals from the country team, and contended that the Queensland Cricket Association had not protected Toowoomba's lntsiest by playing the best possible country team. Toowoomba, he said, had received £39/8/6 out of the Q.C.A. grant of £300 to country associations. Toowoomba and other important centres, he considered, should have received a greater percentage. Mr. Roberts condemned the pro- posal of the country advisory committee to adopt the zoning system for country clubs. He said It was suggested that the centre In which Toowoomba would be included should e...
PLAY AT WYNNUM. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933
PLAY AT WYNNUM. Wellings A and Glen Isla met in the final of the Wynnum first grade last week- end, the former winning, largely as a result of the splendid form shown by J. M'Nellly, L Dodd, and Miss A. M'Kce. Renown A, 'however, have-still to exercise thslr right of challenge. No surprises occurred In the prelimin- ary rounds of the championships. J. M'Nellly was forced to produce his bfs't game to defeat Colin Brown, and E, Qor nlk extended Frank Cory, though the latter's experience finally carried the day. In the second grade F. Stoff, by his de- cisive win from J. Starr, look6 the likely winner of the singles. The Junior singles title probably will go to Arch. Hargreaves or G. Stevens. The only third grade game played was the final of the mixed doubles, in which J. Love-Miss R. Greenwood had a rather easy win from H. Little-Mrs. A. Gard- iner.
Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933
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PRENN AND POLAND. (Published in "The Times.") LONDON, August 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933
PBENN AND POUND. (Published In "The Times.") LONDON, August 28. A message from Warsaw states that a request by D Prenn, the well-known German tennis player, to represent Poland In tennis matches on the ground of his Polish birth has been refused by the Polish Tennis Association The rerusal was based on the fact that hitherto he had refused to play for Poland and also the fact that he abandoned his nation- ality to become a German in 1932 (The Nails have refused to allow Prenn , to play for Germany owing to his being of Jewish t descent,] , , '
INFLUENZA OR COLD WILL BREAK RIGHT UP. No Evidence of Distress in a few Hours. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933
, INFLUENZA OR COLD j WILL BREAK RIGHT UP. No Eviuenoe of Distress in a few Hours. Bayer gave Aspirin to the people of the world. In 1900 Bayer gave Aspirin its name and introduced Aspirin to the medical profession as a remedy for Colds and Influenza. At the first sign of influenza or a cold, begin taking one genuine Bayer Aspirin tablet every two hours with half a glass of water. After, the first fose all the headache, stuffiness, and distress end, and after the second or third dose the cold and fever arc usually broken entirely. Be sure you obtain only the genuine «ayer Aspirin, which does not affect the heart, derange the digestion or form a habit. If you have been using imitations of the original Aspirin, note the effect of Bayer Aspirin on your cold after the ^ery first dose. All Chemists sell boxes containing 12 Bayer Tablets, also bottles of 24 and 100 tablets-the Bayer oross trade mark appears on every tablet. Bayer Aspirin costs no more than the uncertain imitations and lou...
THE LAW COURTS VACATED LAND. BAILIFF SOLD GOODS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933
S^ÊC THE LAW COURTS VACATED LAND. BAILIEF ,50LD GOODS. An order was made by his Honour Mr. Justice Webb, in the Supreme Court yesterday, declaring that Demet- rius Georgas Zacharias Manegos, at present in Greece, was entitled to the possession of land at Allora leased by him to Keriacos Cominos, of Too- woomba. Cominos lately occupied the prop- erty, which included several buildings, but had vacated it without notice. Therefore, Mr. J. A. Sheehy (instructed by Messrs. Bergin, Fa>pl, and Finn, town agents for Messrs. Flowor, Bron man, Fraser, and Wright, Warwick) moved for possession of the land ana the cancellation of the lease. There was no appearance on behalf of the defendant Cominos. "It is necessary," said Mr. Sheehy, «to come before the Court to satisly the Beal Property Office on the ques- tion of the lease." 10 YEARS' LEASE. The documents showed that Cominos, a restaurateur, had agreed to purchase the business formerly carried on by Manegos at Allora, together with the go...
PORTLEY IN FORM. IVONDALE BEAT LAGUNE. SUBURBAN MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933
PORTLEYINFORM IVONDALE BEAT LAGUNE. SUBURBAN MATCHES. One of the outstanding performances In Suburban fixtures last Saturday was that of T. Portley, who returned tho ex- cellent figures of 18-5 for Ivondale against Laguno In first grade. Ivondale won by 16 games. In the other semMlnal Mar noll Gold defeated the Marnoll Blue team by four games. In the 2D semi-finals Dorberne Blue won from Dunley DT. on a forfeit, and Welwyn defeated St. George bv 24 games. The Welwyn ladles-Misses Lloyd and M'Nell-returned 18-B and 18-6 respec- tively. The challenge final In 2 I. grade, between Summit Blue and Curlew Grev went to the former by eight gamos, and Franklin boat Sunnybank in the 2K spml final by IT games. Mrs. White and N. White both finished with 18-9. Abydos won A section of second grade, defeating Glenmore by 11 game«. ORAMA SUPERIOR IN MIXED GAMES. Due largely to their superiority In the mixed doubles. Orama defeated Wellwvn by three games In the A section semi- finals of tho third gr...