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PARTIES IN BRIEF. PRE-WEDDING EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933

PARTIES IN BRIEF. PRE-WEDDING EVENING. Mr. and Mrs. L. F. A. Brenneke, assis- ted by their daughters, entertained" a few friends at bridge at their home. Lorne, Victoria-street, Clayfield, on Mon- day, In honour of Miss Belle Morris, whose marriage to Mr. Spence Stephens will take place on September 2. The bride-elect favoured periwinkle blue flaml sol. The prizes were won by Mrs. Bren- neke and Miss J. Morris. 21st BIBTHDAY. An evening was spent at the Cozy Dell Cale, Queen Street, on Saturday, when Mr. and Mrs. Stemp entertained a num- ber of friends to celebrate the 21st birth- day of their son, Max. Vocnl items were rendered by Miss M. Brady and Mr. Dug more.

Publication Title: Courier-Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Summer Frocks and "Sunshade" Hats. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933

Summer Frocks and "Sunshade" Hats. Two of the more startling summer fashions which were displayed at Lord's at the annual Eton and Harrow cricket match.

Publication Title: Courier-Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
BIRTHDAY PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933

BIRTHDAY PARTY. Iceland popples gave colour to the re- ception rooms at the home of Mrs. Dora Kitchener, Paddington, on Monday even- ing, when, assisted by Miss Frances Bowden, she entertained In honour of the birthday of her husband, Mr. Harold Kitchener. The toast of the guest or honour was proposed by Mr. J. E. Ken- nedy, and seconded by Mr. B. Stanfield. A programme was contributed by MISSOB Bhoda and Joyce Kitchener, Olive Dawe, Myrtle McGregor, Sybil McStay, Phyllis Moore, Sylvian Connelly, Messrs. Stephen Baker, B. Stanfield, J. Sharpe, L. Boso, V. Triggs, F. Collins, and J. E. Kennedy.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933

I WONDER WHAT DAD'S GOT FORMÉ IT LOOKS LIKE CHOCOLATE' COSH! ITS JUST WHAT I WANTED" IfËSTLÉ's NUT MILK CHOCOLATE I'- (r Vi an unrivalled antiseptic, heal. (ng and soothing, for cut», sores, bruise» and genera) inflammation. «welling, and headaches SANDERS Son s! l OQ% POTENCY &. PÚ RITYJÍ "You're sweet," he whispered. And their lips met. The moon looked down .and smiled. The flowers nodded. "I think he's in love with her," said the rose to the violet, softly. Creme 'Charmosan gave her that pretty skin. She isn't young, but, 0, she LOOKS so young, so pretty, so charming, so sweet. 0. Charmosan, WHAT a cream. Creme Charmosan ' Big jars 2/6. Tubes 1/. Every- where.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
IN THE Social Sphere WEDDINGS. Morris—Briggs. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933

WEDDINGS. -? M orris-Briggs. The marriage of Mr. Charles Her- bert Morris, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Morris, Kelvin Grove, and Miss Vera Maud Briggs, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Briggs, Kelvin Grove, was solemnised in the Albert Street Metho- dist Church by the Rev. H. M. Wheller on August 9. During the ceremony Mrs. J. S. Cowell sang. The bride who was given away by her father, was gowned in white angel skm lace fashioned with elbow-puff sleeves; her veil had been lent by Mrs. Winterflood. Misses D. Morris, sister, of the bride- groom, and D. Cantle, cousin of the bride, were frocked alike in apple-green elephant crepe» and wore hats of black crinoline straw. The flower girls, who were Misses Bita Cairns and June Richards, wore frocks of green geor- gette and tulle caps in the same shade trimmed with pink. Mr. E. Briggs, brother of the bride, was best man, and Mr. J. Templeton was groomsman. Leaving for the honeymoon, Mrs. C. H. Morris wore a frock of navy blue silk crepe,...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Hopper—M'Kee. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933

Hopper-M'Kee. Lilies, roses, and sweet peas decor- ated the Ann Street Presbyterian Church last Saturday evening, when the maniage of Mr Alexander Hop- per (younger son of Mr. and Mrs H J Hopper, South Brisbane) and Miss Emily Jane M'Kee (third daughter of Mr and Mrs W. J. M'Kee, South Bris- bane) was solemnised by the Be/. A Duff. During the signing of the reg- ister Miss Lillian Reid sang a solo Mr. Archie Day presided at the organ The bride, who was given away by her fathel, woie a white maiiette frock, fashioned on classic lines, with tight fitting corsage and long, full sleeves Her veil of Venetian point lace, mounted on tulle and caught with orange blossom, was lent by Mrs A G. Juffs The bride carried a sheaf of arum lilies. Miss I M'Kee, who attended her sister as bridesmaid, was frocked in cameo pink mariettc moulded to the figure. Her wide leafed hat of pink straw was tnm med with a pink velvet bow, and her bouquet was of pink roses, and sweet peas Mr. Harold Hopper (brothe...

Publication Title: Courier-Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Robinson—Smith. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933

Robinson-Smith, The first wedding in the recently completed Baptist Church at Selene was solemnised by Pastor W. Acason on August 23, when Mr. Edward Han- sen Robinson and Miss Esther Jane Smith, both of whom are members of two of the first families to settle in the district, were married. ' The bride, who was given away by her father. Mr. W. H. Smith, was frocked in white crepe de Chine, and she also wore a wreath and veil. Her bouquet was of white stocks, snap- dragons, and sweet peas. Miss Agnes Robinson, who was bridesmaid, wore a frock of pink georgette and lace. Miss Mona O'sullivan was flower girl. Mr. Henry Smith was best man. Mr. Glyn. Thomas presided at the organ. Subse- quently, the wedding breakfast was held in the church grounds, the Selene Ladies' Guild having charge of the catering. The wedding cake was the gift of Mrs. Acason (Monto), and all the flowers came from the Manse Garden, Monto.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
TENNIS DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933

TENNIS DANCE. The annual dance and euchre party organised by the Burleigh Heads Tennis Club was held In Jarvls's hall on Saturday night. Mr. E. J. Smales supervised the euchre, the prizes being won by Mes- dames A. Francis and E. J. Smales, Messrs O. Cramer and B. Nunn, Mr. Victor Banks supervised the dancing. j

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
ELECTORAL LEAGUE. AUCHENFLOWER BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933

ELECTORAL LEAGUE. AUCHENFLOWER BRANCH. The annual meeting of the Auchen- flower branch of the Queensland Women's Electoral League was held In the league rooms. City Buildings, on Monday.- Mrs, G. B. Tucker presided. The hon. secretary (Miss D. E. Hill) pre- sented the annual report and read the financial statement In the absence of the treasurer (Mrs. P. 'Meggitt). The State president (Mrs, J; H. Goldsmith) conducted the election oí officers, and gave a brief address. Officers were elected as follow:-President, Mrs. G. B. Tucker; hon. secretary and treasurer, Miss Daisy Hill; vice-presidents, Mesdames E. Abraham, J. Mulholland, and J. M. Brit- tain; delegate to central council, Mrs. G. B. Tucker. Mrs. B. E. Dargen, hon. recording secretary of the league, ad- dressed the meeting. A musical pro- gramme, arranged1 by Miss Jean Naylor, was contributed by Mesdames J. Harri- son, V. M. Ford, J. Wilson, Misses Iris Abraham, and Joy Wilson.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
REPERTORY SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933

EEPERTOEY SOCIETY. Franz Molnar, the Hungarian! dramatist, may be termed a master ol dramatic construction, and in his many writings he does not show this side of his art better than Ixe does In "Fashions For Men." which the Bris- bane Repertory Theatre Society will present, under the stase direction of; Mr. Jum Pendleton. at Cremorne on September 5 and 6. The box plana are open at Paling's.

Publication Title: Courier-Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933

AD VERTISEMENTS. Auction Sales 22 Builders' Materials . . 3 Board and Residence . . 3 Businesses for Salo.22 Boats, Motor Boats .... 3 Classes, Schools 3 Drapery .... 1 Domestic Em- ployment ... 3 Dressmaking and Millinery ... 1 Dyeing, Cleaning 1 Entertainments . 2 Excursions ... 2 Furniture, Sew- ing Machines . 2 Flats, Rooms To Let ... 4 Flats. Rooms Wanted ... 4 Farming, Pas- toral Properties 22 General Em- ployment ... 3 Gold Currency and Jewellery 3 Golden Casket Agents .... 1 Hairdressing and Beauty Salons 1 Hospitals and Nursing Homes 2 Hotels for Sale . 22 Houses, Land for Sale.22 Houses. Land Wanted .... 22 Live Stock and Vehicles ... 4 Licensed Victuallers . . 3 Ladles' Wear . , 1 Lost and Found 4 Legal Notices . . 3 Miscellaneous . 2 Medical . . . . 2 Page. Music, Art, and Literature . . 3 Medical Sun- dries .... 2 Meetings .... 2 Money . . . . 3 Machinery, Metals .... 3 Motor Cars, Accessories . . 3 Motor Cycles and Bicycles ... 3 Missing Friends, Matrimonial . 1 Optome...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933

ENTERTAINMENTS. 2ArWWtfuvwwwwuwwww.y THE GREATEST COMEDY Í PRODUCTION EVER ¡f STAGED IN AUSTRALIA.' ¡J UPROARIOUSLY FUNNY % THRILLING, BRILLIANT 5 COMPELLING ROCKING THE 5 AUDIEVCL WITH LAUGHTER Í MÍSMJEÍTU ¿SATURDAY, SEPT. 9, Í 5 J C WILLIAMSON LTD P-escnt Ï England s Brilliant Comedy Star, "» ISOBEL I i \ ? IN NOEL COWARDS GREATEST ¡Í PLAY AN ABSOLUTE SENSATION, :1 "PRIVATE LIVES," ?J Packed with Thrills and Comedy jj George Barraud, 5 HARVEY ADAMS CHARLOTTE ¡> FRANCES SADIE BEDFORD ? BOOKINO ARRANGEMENTS ? Preferential Applications for Prl £? vate Lives (6 nights Wed Matl ¡r nee) at 7/l>4 per seat (lnc tax) ¿ now being received at Palings ?2 Ordinary booking at 0/ (plus tax) ^ opens Next Tuesday (CREMORNE, TUESDAY AND ^ WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5th and 6th, AT 7 45 P M THE BRISBANE REPERTORY THEATRE SOCIETY Presents FASHIONS FOR MEN," by Franz Molnar Box Plans at Palings Prices 4/ (Resd), 3/ (plus tax), and 2/ OVER 65,000 PIANOS & PLAYER PIANOS Are In Use Throughout Aus...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933

EXCURSIONS. Cheap Prepaid Rates: 12 words 1/ per insertion; each additional 6 words fld. Limit 108 words (l8 lines)._ LONE Fine, launch leaves North Quay every Wed., Frl., Bat., Sun., at 2 p.m., fare 2/. Sunday and holidays at 10 a.m., reduced lara 1/6. 'Phone JY1125. MISCELLANEOUS. Cheap Prepaid Rates: 12 words 1/ per Insertion; each additional 6 words 6d. Limit 108 words (l8 Unes)._ A-Money advanced In small or large sums, on au classes of security, in- cluding furniture, pianos, deeds, bonds; all business strictly confidential. Private offices, E. Macarthur Se Co,, Phillips' Chbrs,, next Regent Theatre, 161 Queen St. ALL rubber stamp requirements, brass plates, Sa stencils. S. Smith & Son, Oxford House, Ann St., City. B6134. A-Wines and elders, direct from the vineyards. Ports, 24/, 30/; Madeira, Muscat., sherry, 28/6; assorted, 30/, 40/, 50/ per dozen case. Country orders railed c.o.d., freight extra, V, Henry Jeffs, wine merchant, opposite Customs House, Brls bane. A-Sm...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933

TO-NIGHT, 7.35. JOAN CRAWTORD. GARY COOPER. «TO-DAY WE LIVE." Mae Clarke, Robert Armstrong, "FAST WORKERS." Comedy Cartoon, Screen Snapshots, Fox News, etc. Reservations MH07-M1108. 2000 Seats at 1/ to all parts. JEAN HARLOW, LEWIS STONE. "EED-HEADED WOMAN." Wallace Beery, Karen Morley. "FLESH." Featurettcs, etc. Reservations B4143. 1 Highland Concert I A good and varied programme will j, be presented by 4< THE HIGHLAND SOCIETY OF 4 BRISBANE f at the concert they will give in % aid of .« St. John's Cathedral f Fund, j on September 6th. "f The Brisbane Scottish I Pipe Band | have offered their services, and. In ? addition to Scotch songs and High- 3, land dances, the programme will ¡J. include numbers by well known * vocalists, so that tue audience, as .£? a whole, will be fully catered for. * THE WHOLE OF THE PRO- T CEEDS WILL BE DONATED TO T THE FUND. 3. Church of England people should * make a point of attending to rep- * resent their community, and assist T their Cathe...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933

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TO-DAY'S INDEX. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933

TO-DAY'S INDEX. PARO Billy Doings . . 21 Dorothy Dix . . 21 Photographs . . 16 Pop.9 Letters to Edi- tor .21 Serial .... 21 Some Yester- days .... 9 Cartoon . . . . 12 Union News . . 0 To-day's Yes- terdays ... 12 Amusements . . . Broadcasting . . : Cables . . . . : Clothing Trade Threatened . . Malls ...... Obituary . , . 15 Personal .... 15 Shipping .... 3 Social . l8, 19, 20 Sporting . . 6, 7, a Trade and Finance . . 10, 11 Weather .... 4

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YANDINA. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933

YANDINA. Cricket Club.-At the annual meeting of the Yandina Cricket Club the follow- ing officers were elected:-Patron, Mr. W. Marsh; president, Mr. Bendlxen; vice presidents, Messrs. W. Slatter, W. F. Colley, W. Brown H. Ward, and Dr. Lovett; secretary and treasurer, Mr. J. H. Strain; delegates to the Maroochy Cricket Association, Messrs. C. Colley, H. and K. Ross; management committee, tho presi- dent, secretary, and Messrs. A. Thorogood, E. Haddrell, and O. Jocumsen; sports committee, Messrs. H. Ross, W. Seller, J. Bendlxen, E. Haddrell, C Jocumsen, and J. H. Strain. Child injured.-Freda Nooks, aged 10 years, residing on the Gympie Road, fell from the steps of her residence and sus- tained a compound fracture of her left forearm, near the wrist. She was treated by the ambulance bearers, and conveyed to the Maroochy District Hospital.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ALPHA. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933

ALPHA. Convent Opened.-The recently-com- pleted convent at Alpha was opened and blessed by his Lordship Right Rev. Dr. Hayes (Bishop of Rockhampton) on the afternoon of August 20. After the cere- mony the Rev. Father Rooney, P.P., gave a brief outline of the work done and the cost of the building. The Bishop con- gratulated the parishioners of Alpha on the wonderful work they had dono In the last 12 months. A collection to de- fray costs amounted to £41. The 12 roomed building, which was re-erected from the old structure with the addition of a little new material, was constructed almost wholly by voluntary labour.

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GOODNA. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933

GOODNA.. Cricket Club.-At a meeting it was de- cided to form a Junior cricket club and to Join up with the Ipswich and West Moreton Cricket Association. The fol- lowing officials were elected;-Patron, Mr. T Parker; president, Mr. F. A. Cooper, M.L.A.; captain, Mr. J. Rodgers; vice captain, Mr. S. Newman; secretary, Mr. G. Burns, Jun.; treasurer, Mr. S. Harris; selection committee, Messrs. J, Rodgers, S. Newman, and E. Harris; delegates, Messrs. S. Newman and G. Burns; social committee, Mesdames G. Gibson, P. Gib- son, A Harris, and S. Geary. I

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TO PROTECT STATES. LEGISLATION IN INDIA, LONDON, August 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933

TO PROTECT STATES. LEGISLATION IN INDIA, LONDON, August 29. A measure introduced in the Assem- bly to-day is called the Indian States Protection Bill. Sir Harry Haig, the Home Member, explained that the ordinary law was inadequate to pro- tect the States against activities from British India with the object of ex- citing disaffection or interfering with the administration of the . States. These activities Involved attacks in the press, activities against a State author- ity, and the organisation of movements for the entry into the State of bodies of evil-disposed persons. The bill amends the Indian Penal Code by applying certain provisions to the States, and defines punishment for offences.

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