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ANIMAL PROBLEMS. CONFERENCE AT CANBERRA. CANBERRA, August 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933
ANIMAL PROBLEMS. CONFERENCE AT CANBERRA. CANBERRA, August 29. Important veterinary problems will be discussed at the annual conference of the Australian Veterinary Associa- tion, which was opened at Canberra to-day by the Prime Minister tMr. J. A. Lyons). The conference will last until Friday, and many papers will be read. The Prime Minister commended the association for its work and said that the profession was performing great work in assisting in husband- ing of the country's animal resources. Proof of the need for this was tne increase in wool prices which liad, changed the whole outlook for the Commonwealth.
VENGEANCE ON DOGS. Loss of Alsatians. MELBOURNE, August 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933
VENGEANCE ON DOGS. Loss of Alsatians. MELBOURNE, August 29. Using powdered glass, embedded in baits of meat, a man who sems to have a special dislike of Alsatians has killed seven dogs in Prahran, and has caused much anger among house holders who ovn dogs. One Prahran resident has lost an Alsation dog valued at £100, which has won several prizes in ¡jliows. Seyeral butchers in Prahran have had inquiries lately for mtat suitable for bait with which U> kill dogs.
PRACTICAL NEED. INTERMEDIATE SCHOOLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933
PRACTICAL NEED. INTERMEDIATE SCHOOLS. A denial that the policy of the Edu- cation Department of opening inter- mediate schools represented another means of reducing or nullifying the scholarships was made by the Director of Education (Mr. B. J. M'Kenna) yes- terday when replying to comments on the subject in a Roman Catholic weekly journal. Mr. M'Kenna declared £hat the policy of opening intermediate schools meant initiating a broad educational policy. No boy would pass from prim- ary to secondary education unless he was worthy of it, but the question was what constituted worthiness. Did the authorities who were complaining pro- pose to exclude boys who were prac- tically minded and not academically minded from passing beyond the prim- ary stage? That seemed to be the in- tention, and it was a fact thai some of the institutions which were com- plaining provided only an academic training which did not suit all the lads, who through no fault of their own were left without a practical ...
MUST JOIN UNION. PART-TIME WORKERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933
MUST JOIN UNION. PART-TIME WORKERS. The Minister for Labour and In- dustry (Mr. M. P. Hynes) said in Par- liament yesterday, in answer to a ques' tion by Mr. T. R. Roberts (Oppn., Uast Toowoomba), that the Director of Labour (Mr. F. Walsh) had advised the Gayndah Shire Council that rate- payers who were working three days a week and receiving payment half in cash and half in contra against rates would be obliged to become members of the Australian Workers' Union before being employed, or should give an undertaking in writing to join the union within one month of accept- ing employment. The council's query, to which Mr. Walsh's ruling was a reply, related to ordinary employees of the council gov- erned by the local authorities award and paid by the council from its own funds. Under the preference clause in that award, Mr. Hynes said, it was compulsory for all employees not al- ready financial members of the Aus- tralian Workers' Union to become financial members within one month of a...
PAY INCREASED. TEXTILE WORKERS. SOVIET'S ACTION. LONDON, August 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933
PAY INCREASED. TEXTILE WORKERS. SOVIET'S ACTION. LONDON. Aucust 28. The Riga coiiespondent advises that the Soviet has ordered a geneial in- crease of 17 pei cent in the -vngss of the textile woikeis in order to íaise the standaids of living and im- prove production About 350 000 work- ers aie affected, and theil wages will now be £10 a month The inciease has been extensively adveitised as a teal level to inciease producthity Simultaneously the unpi of ¡table fac toiies are to be closed and otheis -v% ill be finally warned that they will be shut unless they impiove the quality and quantity of their pioducts Pei sons so dismissed will not be given unemployment lehef oi new posts but will be stigmatised as persons 'Tho have lost theil class sense The Soviet is attempting to oust the foieign elements in agiiciltuie and is taking control of the Gemían concession in the Northern Caucasus although it has been woiked satis- factory
WHEAT TREATY IN PERIL. Objections Raised. ARGENTINA MAY NOT SIGN. LONDON, August 29. Unexpected objections to the International Wheat Agreement have been raised by Argentina, according to the "Financial News," and, as a result, the agreement, which was only initialled on her behalf on Friday, has not yet been signed. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933
WHEAT TREATY IN PERIL. Objections Raised. ? ARGENTINA MAY NOT SIGN, LONDON, Augu-t 29. Unexpected objections to the In- ternational Wheat Agreement have been raised by Argentina, accord- ing to the "Financial News," and, as a result, the agreement, which was only initialled on her behalf . on Friday, has not yet been signed. It was understood on Friday that M Le Breton, who possessed the necessary poweis, would sign the document yes- terday on his arrival from Pans. He spent the afternoon closeted with Mi S M Bruce and the îepiesentatives of America and Canada, and was expected to dgn the agieement in the evening, Owing to his íeported inability to com- municate telcphonically with Buenos Ayres, this however, was not done It is hoped that his signatuie will be appended to-day. THE REALLOCATIONS. ft Is reported th .t the Aigentinian objections aie connected with the dif- ficulties over the îevision by the foul expoiting countiies of the individual export allotment figures This has be...
GAYNDAH. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933
GAYNDAH. Transfer.-Mr. R. E. Horn, who for several years has been In charge of the Ideraway State School, has received notification of his transfer to Kaimkillen- bun, In the Dalby district. Mr. Horn, for some time past, has acted as secretary to the Central Burnett Primary Schools' Amateur Athletic Association.
ROTARIAN TOUR. MR. W. B. DARKER'S LECTURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933
ROTARÍAN TOUR. MB. W. B. PARKER'S LECTURE. Brisbane Rotarians gathered In force last night In Insurance House, Edward Street, to hear Mr. W. B. Darker, governor of the 76th district of the Rotary International, describe his ex- periences during a recent tour of Canada and the United States of America. Mr. Darker attended the annual convention of Rotary Interna- tional held In May at Boston, where more than 8500 delegates met from all parts of the world. Mr. W. A. Jolly, president of the Brisbane Rotary Club, introduced the lecturer, who showed 1500 feet of moving pictures he had taken at various points of his journey. Mr. Darker gave a racy, running comment on the various points of interest, and told of his meeting with numerous fellow Rotarians. He was delighted to find Australian oranges on sale in Winnipeg. On behalf of Brisbane Rotarians he placed a wreath on the grave of the son of Mr. W. J. Strachan, of Brisbane, who died at Niagara while on tour with the Young Australia Leagu...
R.J.C. WEIGHTS. ROCKHAMPTON, August 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933
R.J.C. WEIGHTS. ROCKHAMPTON, August 29. The weights for the Callaghan Park races on Saturday arc: PARK HANDICAP.-Third Division, 5 Furlongs: Sheila Deer, 10.3; Zeolite, 9.10; Fox Lad, 9.10; Manners, 8.4; Joy King, (N.Z.), 7.13; Dream Foot, 7.11; Travertine, 7.7. FOURTH DIVISION, 5 Furlongs. - My Carolga, 9.5; Master Kelly, 9.0; Marco Lita, 8.12; Nlmblo Itys, 8.12; Treolaro's Best, 8.7; Harmony King, 8.2; Persian Gull (late Sea Gem), 7.12. FIFTH DIVISION, 5 Furlongs.-First Chip, 9.10; Wallace Main, 9.10; Windsor Boy, 9.7; Booty, 9.3; Royloma, 8.3; Andé- site, 7.10; Stray Fox, 7.7. WELTER HANDICAP.-First Division, 7 Furlongs.-Zealite, 9.6; Prince Itys, 9.6; Fox Lad. 9.6; Joy King (N.Z.), 7.9; Traver- tine, 7.3. I WELTER HANDICAP.-Second Division, 5 Furlongs.-My Carolga, 8.6; Marco Lita, I 8.12; Nimble Itys, 8.12; Treclare's Best, 8.7; Harmony King, 8.2; Persian Gull (late Sea Gem). 7.12; Wallace Main, 7.12; Wind- sor Boy, 7.0,
LONGREACH. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933
LONGREACH. District Improvement Board.-At the monthly meeting of the Longreach Dis- trict Improvement Board, a letter was received from the Land Administration Board suggesting alterations to the Bar- caldine and Longreach districts, in the vicinity of Dartmouth. The board was agreeable to the alterations providing it was not involved in any expense, The Land Administration Board is to be advised that the new bait had been found satisfactory, there being a marked de- crease In the number of dingoes in the Infested country.
LISMORE WEIGHTS. LISMORE, August 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933
LISMORE WEIGHTS. &nbsp; LISMORE, August 29. The weights for the Lismore Hibernian Club's meeting at Lismore on Saturday are:― MAIDEN HACK, 4 Furlongs.―Ales- worthy, 9.8; Don Solus, 9.2; Spot Veil, 9.2; Far North, 9.0; Dymock, 8.13: Water Syce, 8.12; Brown Worthy, 8.10; Cynedon, 8.10; Chrystal Step, 8,9; Lady Miranda, 8.9; Tessburn. 8.8; Luxor, 7.12. HACK RACE, 4 Furlongs.―Balitar, 9.4; Cardoon. 9.2; Regnant. 8.10; Golden Veil, 8.9; Feather, 8 2; Wild Cat, 8.2; Ales- worthy, 7.12. BOOKMAKERS' PURSE.―First Division, 6 Furlongs: Newbold Boy, 10 2; Sydenia, 9.5; Jimmy Poitrel, 9.5; Amanullah. 8.12; La Barter, 8.3; Hymount, 8.1; Merryopolis, 8.0; Racketts, 7.13; Riverview, 7.12. SECOND DIVISION, 5 Furlongs.―Top- ping, 9.5; Phast Belle, 9.4; Head On, 9.3; Merbar, 9.0; Best Yet, 8.13; One Land, 8.11: Laroque, 811; Outre, 8.11; Bernard River, 7.12. THIRD DIVISION, 5 Furlongs.―Good Too, 10.0; Bacampton, 9.12; Allewoon, 9.10; Waulkworth, 9.9; Ted Cane. 9 4; Reps Lad, 8.5; Jerosier, 8....
TABLES TURNED. SAKZEWSKI BEATS RYAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933
TABLES TURNED. SAKZtWSKI BEATS RYAN. Tho Commercial Travellers' team and the Queensland Irish Association's repre- sentatives played off last night for the A grade shield, and In the four games tho travellers wero successful, the aggro gate being 1000 to 646. The most Important game from the spectators' point of view was that between the State's two best players, S. Ryan and A. Sakzewskl, and the latter won 250 to 234. Ho made breaks of 73, 50, and SO, and Ryan scored 58 and 53; F, Gould made the highest break (32) of the other players; A. Thurlow made 31, and D. J. M'Grath 30. Results (Commercial Travellers mentioned first) : M. Corrio 250 v. D. J. M'Grath, 143. A. Thurlow 250 v. A. Smith 109. A. Sakzewskl 250 v. S. Ryan 234. F. Gould 250 v. G. Rose 160. SNOOKER DRAW. The draw for to-night's play in tho Commercial Travellers' snooker tourna- ment Is: F. Farr (on 40) v. C. Baker (on 45), A. L, Young (on 55) v. Grayson (on 125). TATTEKSALL'S TOURNEY. Play for third place In the Tatte...
Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933
BRISBANE fTADIU International Bout. TO-NIGHT. GEORGE PENCHEFF (The Famous Bulgarian Tiger) V. BIO. BAD BILL BETH (The American heavyweight *od film actor, who has wrestled lour heavyweight champions of the world). Sensational Boxing- prelims - Vaudeville-Musical Items. Prices: 4/4, 3/3. 2/, Se 1/. Ladies 1/ to all parts. All bookings at Grif- fiths' Casket Shop. Albert St. IPTVT V'l1 'I'T'Î vvvvvv'I'v'I»!"!''!"!".'^'!'^ j HAMILTON SAILS : for All Boats. 'Orbislng Sails or Racing Rigs for every ;type of craft made by experienced men. THE HAMILTON PARACHUTE 'SPINNAKER for Skiffs and Raters is a marked advance in design and in- creases speed. See us also for tackle. jj. M. Hamilton, 45-47 EDWARD STREET, nr. Gardens, BRISBANE. VVTTV V ?M**"!' vv V T'I"!"!"!''!'^'!1 *F ,l"8"il 'I1 ANNUAL CARNIVAL CAMPDRAFT AND RACES will be held on Friday and Saturday, 8th and 9th Sept., 1933. Entries for all events close on Thursday, 31st August, 1933. For full particulars and Programmes Apply to the Se...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933
rpo STAND THE SEASON AT x DULACCA WEST, JACKSON, THE BLOOD STALLION WISE FORCE (2), By High Force, imp., from Wisebird (N.Z.), (dam of Strongbird, Taragoola Gay Galah, Wlsemónd, Nigra Avis, and Sage Bird, all winners). A limited number of mares taken at len guineas. Apply to:- - D. MCDOUGALL, Dulacca West, Jackson, Or . MARTIN SNELLING & CO., Lower Adelaide Street, Brisbane. jlfACTAÜGARrS' CO-OPERATIVE ?L,x ASSOCIATION, LTD., Ö-- Eagle Street, Brisbane, BLOOD STOCK SALESMEN. Blood Marea, Rasing stock, stalllonts, &lt;&c. Write us- for particulars. "PUGBY LEAGUE. See the last Battle for the semi- finals, Next Saturday, 2nd September BRISBANE CRICKET GROUND. 145-Wests v. Easts. 3 15.-Norths v. Brothers DAVIES PARK. 1.45.-Easts - (Wyn. Div ) v Valley, 3rd Grade. 3.15 -'Varsity v. Valley_ J>OÏAL HOTEL, Opp. G.P.O., Queen Street, Brisbane. Good Accommodation Bed and Breakfast 6/6; 40/ Weekly. PAT. SCANLAN, Proprietor. 'Phone B1654. rpATTERSALL'S CONSULTATIONS N...
Search for Missing Man. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933
Search for Missing Man. Fears are entertained for the safety of Robert Buchanan, a young postal official, who has been missing from his home at Russell Street, West End, since August 24. It is considered pro- bable that-ihe police will extend their operations, and that constables from the depot and from the Water Police Station will join in the search.
FATALLY SHOT. NOTORIOUS BANDIT. BELGRADE, August 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933
FATALLY SHOT. NOTORIOUS BANDIT. BELGRADE, August 29. The notorious bandit and murderer, Shipiro Milachitch, who was outlawed in 1929, and five times escaped from custody, was fatally shot as he was again entering the country to escape from Albanian pursuers. Mllachltch's exploits included the holding up of the towns of Podgoritza with the aid of two comrades. Later, he waylaid a carload of rich mer- chants, after which he telephoned to the police and said the loot "was not worth the bother."