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

QUEENSLAND" TRUSTEES tt£ Amount it Credit of Estites, Trusts, and Clients, 30th June, 1933. £9,230,869. DmEÇTORS R J ARCHIBALD Chairman, P A BLUNDELL , Vice-chairman and Superintendent Hon T C BEIRNB" ISAAC J MOORE, E C WALKER, M RYAN, Hon D P DENHAM Manager M S HERRING Tlie Company Is empowered b7 Acts of Parliament to act as Ex- ecutor or Trusteo under Wills or Settlements Administrator in In- testacy and Attorney for Absen- tees It collects Income, invests funds and performs General Agency Business, including nil taxation matters Pamphlet tree Branches at Toowoomba TOHIIS UIIc,. Rockhampton, Longreach Agencies through the Y\orla Personal IDritinq Paper o/ Exquisite Quality W13 ha\o an unequalled selec- tion of Fino Wilting Paport -Oilginal Tuikov Mill, SociiH Antique Bond, Society Bond Old Saxon, Stonehenge, Fep\<i Paichmonl, Alabaster Papctiios and Rojal Pucks i if deslied, we 1x111 emboss nn initial, monogram crest or uddi ess on your chosen Stationen. MÊWsMM [*£n&am...

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

SOUTHERN FRUIT PEICES. The Committee of Direction of Fruit Marketing reports as follows on southern markets: ADELAIDE, August 29.-The A.B.M. ad- vise: Banana supplies light, Adelaide drawing upon Melbourne and Tweed, con- sider Queensland neglecting Adelaide market, especially for quality , fruit. Demand slightly better, prices for best, 26/, with odd cases higher, good sevens 24/ to 25/, sixes 20/ to 21/, inferior lower; pineapples, 12/ to 14/. MELBOURNE, August 29.-Bananas, nines and eights 21/ to 22/, sevens 19/ to 20/, sixes 16/ to 18/, few higher, rusty lower. Pineapples, smooth, 7/ to 9/. Tomatoes, 6/ to 8/, few higher, spot affec- ted lower; Bowen affected with black spot badly; local hothouse, halves 10/ to 12/, Adelaide hothouse 14/ to 16/; 400 Western Australian tomatoes due to arrive Friday. Papaws, doubles 9/ to 12/, lew higher, green unsaleable. Local passion fruit, 6/ to 11/6 per bushel. Custard apples, halves 4/ to 5/, few special Unes higher. Apples, eating 5/ to 7/,...

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

FLOUR AND MILL OFFALS. Brisbane Mills,-Flour, £9/7/6 a ton; bran, 16/5/; pollard, £6/5/. SYDNEY, August 29.-Tho wheat mar- ket Is quiet. Bulk, -3/2V4, nagged, nomin- ally, about 3/3Vi tor parcels. . Export flour, no Inquiry; local market unchanged at £10/10/. For bran and, pollard there was active demand at £5. MELBOURNE, August 29.-The quota- tion of the Victorian Mill Owners' Asso- ciation for flour Is £8/7/6 per 20001b, de- livered Melbourne or suburbs. Tho asso- ciation quotes £4/15/ for 20001b of bran or pollard, delivered Melbourne or suburbs. ADELAIDE, August 29.-Wheat, growers' lots, 2/10V4; flour, bakers lots, £8/10/ net delivered metropolitan areas; bran and pollard, £5/2/6, trucks metropolitan area.

Publication Title: Courier-Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
AFTER 43 YEARS. SHIPPING MANAGER RETIRING. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933

AFTER 43 YEARS. SHIPPING MANAGER RETIRING. Mr. M. J. Scott, who retires from the position of Queensland manager for Macdonald, Hamilton, and Co., Mr. St. J. Scott. next month, join- ed the staff of the British Indiu and Queensland Agency, Co., Ltd., in Melbourne, on August 1, 1890. As this company was subse q u e n 11 y merged into the firm of Macdon- ald, Hamilton and Co., he has now had 43 years' continuous ser- vice. After serving in the Melbourne office in various positions for 13 years he was trans- 1 ferred to the then head office of the company In Brisbane, where he occu- pied various positions, and was in | charge of the overseas department, running the Torres Straits steamers from January 1, 1909, until February, 1917. He was then appointed agent for the firm at Fremantle, which posi- tion he occupied for about a year. He was subsequently transferred back to Brisbane, doing inspecting work, and acting as relieving agent for the firm in Fiji and in Adelaide. Transferred to S...

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

SAFEGUARD PETROL ST0RAGO DEPOTS. Instructions will be issued to the several oil companies operating oil storage depots in the city to provide additional stocks up to eight tons of foamite powder as a safeguard against fire. This was decided by the Bris- bane City Council yesterday.

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

THE QUEENSLAND NATIONAL BANK, LIMITED. ESTABLISHED 1872. READ OFFICE at BRISBANE. DIRECTORS: Jas. Laie. Esq., Chairman, \V. it. Flart. Esq., M. J. Ryan, Esq.. F. E. Loxton, Esq., Wm. A. Jolly, Esq., C.M.G. GENERAL MANAGER, M. G. Baymen. AUTHORISED CAPITAL.«2,000,000 SUBSCRIBED CAPITAL.£1,750,000 CAPITAL PAID DP.£1,750,000 RESERVE FUND.£800,000 interminable inscribed Deposit Stock, £3,015,095/10/1. BRANCHES: London, Canberra (Federal Territory). Melbourne, Sydney, and throughout Queensland, ADVANCES made. Fixed Deposits received, and all other Banking lluslnrss transacted. Agencies through- out AustraJMU and the World.

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

BLI BLI. Sugar Industry.-The sugar harvest com- menced in this district on August 14, and is progressing satisfactorily. As the planting season coincides with the crush- ing of the cane the district will be a hive of Industry for several weeks. Climatic conditions are ideal for the work and for promoting growth, the early spring showers forecasting a favourable season for primary producers generally. The new variety cane, P.O.J. Java Won- der, which has been grown on experi- mental plots for plants, is being given an extensive trial.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Lord Mayor's Courtesy Call. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933

Lord Mayors Courtesy Call. The Lord Mayor of Melbourne (Dr. 'Gcngoult Smith), on left, talking with the Lord Mayor of Brisbane (Alderman J. XV. Greene), on whom he paid a courtesy call at the City Hall yesterday morning.

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

Yon Wouldn't Deceive Me, Sir ? She Said . H» bad remarked that her colouring wat so Fresh and Natural, fe J, even other girls can't believe she uses rouge/ . Nico eyes and teeth, lovely hair. But what men most admire about her is her glorious colouring - no hint of sallowness, yet no suggestion of artificel That's the wonderful thing about Kathleen Court's ROSE PETAL Rouge. It flatters-marvellously, bul, once it's on the face, no one ever detects it as rouge. Rose Petal Rouge isn't "point", it isn't rouge at all in the old:fashioned seniel It's a wonderful colouring medium, that goes on as smoothly as fine powder, never leaves a harsh edge, requires no rubbing in, doesn't get hard in the box, and never smears on the face, yet it stays on as long as you wish it-faultlessly, bewitchingly, adorably. It is so devised as to be actually beneficial to the .kin (the first rouge ever to dream of such a thing!) And how it helps a dull, ageing, plain or coarse-pored facel Like magic. More wome...

Publication Title: Courier-Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
SUN, MOON, AND T[?]DES. August 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933

SUN, MOON, AND TTDEfc>. August 30. Sun -Rises 8 4 am sets 5 33 p m Moon -Rises 12 6 p m sets 1 47 am full moon September 4 3 4pm last quarter September 12 7 30 a m new moon September 20 4 21am first quar ter September 27 136 a m THE TIDES At Pile Lighthouse - a m High water 3 54 3ft llln Low water 10 25 1ft Oin pm 5 23 6ft Oin August 31 High water Low water 5 35 3ft llln 12 10 lit 71n 11 38 Ott llln September 1 6 36 6ft Sin High water Low water 6 54 4ft 4!n 1 16 1ft 2in September 2 7 35 6ft 12 44 Oft llln 71n High water Low water 7 52 4ft lOln 210 Oft Sill September 3 8 23 7ft 143 ort lin 41n High water Low water 8 40 5ft 41n 2 55 Oft 5ln September 4 9 05 7ft 2 35 Oft 2in lln High water Low water 9 24 5ft 8ln 3 35 Oft 21n September 5 9 45 7ft 3 25 Oft Oin Oin High water Low water 10 04 5ft llln 412 Oft Oin 10 22 Ctt 4 IO Oft 7in 2in High water Low water September 6 10 43 6ft Oin 4 47 Oft lill 10 57 6ft 4 55 Oft lln 51n High water Low water September 7 1123 6ft Oin 5 18 Oft 21n 11...

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

SHIPPING. QEE CANADA and UNITED STATES 0 ON YOUR WAY TO ENGLAND. Travel between New York or Mon- treal and England by one of the Magnificent Steamers of the WHITE STAR LINE. Choice of World's Largest and most Luxurious Vessels or Superb "Cabin Class Fleet." PANAMA PACIFIC LINE;. Passengers may travel by this excel- lent service from San Francisco or Los Angeles to New York via Panama Canal and Havana, instead of crossing by rail. DALGETY & COMPANY, LIMITED, BRISBANE. Agents. rpEDERAL STEAM NAVIGATION L COMPANY LIMITED. The undermentioned fast vessels will be dispatched from Brisbane, tak- ing Wool, General, and Refrigerated cargo. For LONDON, ANTWERP, ?MAN- CHESTER, LIVERPOOL, and ?AVONMOUTH. .If sufficient cargo offering. Steamer. «SOMERSET tPIAKO .ORARI Gross Tons. 8.607 8,283 10,107 Sailing about Sept. 2. Sept. 15. Sept. 29. *CaIls at Dunkirk and Hull. JCalls at Hull. Bookings ol Cargo subject to the terms, conditions, and exceptions of the Company's Bill of Lading. BIRT ...

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ALFONSO WINS CASE. BONDS IN ITALIAN BANK. (Australian Press Association.) ROME, August 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933

ALFONSO WINS CASE. BONDS IN ITALIAN BANK. (Australian Press Association.) ROME, August 29. A tribunal has decided that ex King Alfonso is entitled to £75,000 in li\-King Alfonso. Donas, which his mother deposited in an Italian bank. The Span- ish Government claimed that the bonds were the property of the State. Ex-King Al- fonso abdicated the Throne of Spain In April, 1931, and declared that if ever he returned if must be the free will of the people. In May, 1931, tlie Republican Government confiscated the private property of the Royal Family in Spain, the value being estimated at £1,700,000.]

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Dollar-Sterling Exchange. LONDON, August 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933

Dollar-Sterling Exchange. LONDON, August Dollar-sterling exchange is quoted to-day at 4574 to the pound sterling, in comparison with 4 58 yesterday.

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

CONDITION LOW. ARCHBISHOP SHARP. Eaily this moi nine inquines at St Mai tin's Hospital elicited the incl- ination that the condition of Arch- bishop Shaip was veiy low His Gi ace who has been in the hospital for some months was íecovering, but he suf- fered a i elapse a few days ago

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GREAT FEAST. HONOUR TO PRINCE. FIJIANS PREPARE. SUVA, August 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933

GREAT FEAST. HONOUR TO PRINCE. FIJIANS PREPARE. SUVA, August 29. A large concourse of natives from ali parts of Fiji are congregating in the town of Rewa, where the greatest feast known for ten years is being pre- pared. Over 1000 pigs and many turtles are ready for slaughter. Hundreds of pounds have been collected to provide tea and bread for the three days' feast. Many punt loads of vegetable foodstuffs are being conveyed to the scene of the festivities, and impressive native ceremonies and wonderful dances have been arranged. This great occasion is in honour of Ratu Cokanauto, a young native prince, who is returning to his tribe lo take up the position of high chief after having been brought up by Princess Cakobau at the island of Bau, King Cakobau's old stronghold. To- day Ratu Cokanauto will proceed to Bau, from which place he will be car- ried in state to Rewa, where thou- sands of natives wait to welcome him. A Vice-regal party will attend the ceremony.

Publication Title: Courier-Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
TO EXTEND TRADING. Request to Cabinet. CANNING AND COLD STORES. The Minister for Agriculture Mr. F. W. Bulcock) has decided to refer to the Cabinet a request from the Committee of Direction of Fruit Marketing for an extension of trading operations. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933

TO EXTEND TRADING. Request to Cabinet. - ?» CANNING AND COLD STORES. The Minister for Agriculture Mr. F. W. Bulcock) has decided to refer to the Cabinet a request from the Committee of Direction' of Fruit Marketing: for an ex- tension of trading operations. Representatives of the committee waited on the Minister yesterday and asked for an alteration of the Fruit Marketing Act to enable the commit- tee to engage more extensively in can- ning, to make provision for cold stores, and take certain other steps which were deemed important to the fruit industry. Mr. Bulcock said that he would refer the request to the Cabinet.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
BETTER SERVICES FIRST. Lower Tram Fares Rejected. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933

BETTER SERVICES FIRST. Lower Tram Fares j Rejected. " _ "Until the tramways department is in a position to provide better and more regular services, I am not pre- pared to recommend a reduction in tramway fares," said the Vice-Lord Mayor (Alderman R. E. Nixon-Smith) at the meeting of the Brisbane City Council yesterday. Investigations, however, were being made with a view to altering sections to remove anom- alies. The introduction of the 44-hour week would involve the department in increased expenditure of £17,000 a year, said the Vice-Lord Mayor. Rev- enue recently was £3341 less than a corresponding period last year. Alderman Nixon-Smith moved the rejection of a motion by Alderman J. I. Brown, "That the tram fares be- tween Woolloongabba and Camp Hill. Cavendish Road, and Holland Park be reduced from 3d, to 2d. to conform with the fares charged from the same section to the Ipswich Road, Greenslopes, and Balmoral termini." "This is a glaring injustice," said Alderman Brown. "I mai...

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

MALENY. Garden Party.-For the purpose of rais- ing funds for the Methodist Church a garden party was held at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. G. Morfitt on August 25. Tho function was convened by the Ladles' Church Guild, and the proceeds amounted to £3/7/. Dance.-A euchre party and dance, or- ganised by the Ladles' Church, of England Guild and the members of the church council, was held in the Maleny School of Arts hall on August 22. Music for the dancing was supplied by Messrs. G. Brown and A. Gauld, and Mr. H. Warne was M.C. The takings amounted to £12.

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

DALLARNIL. Dance.-The Church of England Ladles' Guild held a dance in the Dallarnil Hall on August 26. Music was supplied by Blrkett's Orchestra. Mr. V. Radsl was M.C. The door takings amounted to over £6. Extras wero played by Mrs. L. Faint and Mr. C. Andreisen.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LITTLE TO FEAR. Wool from Manchuria. VITAL FACTORS NOT PRESENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933

LITTLE TO FEAR. Wool from Manchuria. VITAL FACTORS NOT PRESENT. There Is very little likelihood of Manchuria ever producing a wool that could actively compete in the world's markets with Australian merino wools. This statement was made yesterday by the Minister for Agriculture (Mr. P. W. Bulcock), when discussing the remarks of Mr. Harry Carr, a journal- ist, and member of the board of direc- tors of the Los Angeles Times, who passed through Brisbane on Monday, after having spent several months in the East. Mr. Carr said the pro- gramme of Japan in Manchuria in eluded an 18-year plan to produce wool comparable to Australian. Mr. Bul- cock said that Japan's desire to pro- duce wool equivalent to the Australian merino quality was a laudable national aspiration, but to do this many diffi- culties had to be overcome. Climate, soil, and pastures were the determin- ing factors, and without the beneficial interaction of these three factors their woolled sheep rapidly deteriorated. While so...

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