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AIR ROUTE FORECASTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933
AIR ROUTE FORECASTS. The following officiai air route fore- casts for to-day wero Issued last night: Brisbano to Townsville.-Much cloudi- ness, and occasional showers, but. main- ly fair or fine; visibility generally good: wind light to moderate north-easterly "to about Gladstone; thence light to moderato south-easterly. Brisbane to Longreach.-Generally cloudy, and scattered thunderstorms likely between Northern Downs and Longreach; visibility generally fair, but misty early on main range; wind light to moderate north-easterly to northerly. Brisbane to Sydney.-Much cloud, but, except for a local shower or two, fine, with fair visibility and moderate to strong north-easterly to northerly wind.
FAVOURABLE TO GOLD. MINING INVESTORS IN LONDON. PERTH, August 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933
FAVOURABLE TO GOLD. MINING INVESTORS IN LONDON. PERTH, August 29. Tlie financial position in London is somewhat favourable to gold mining, especially in view of the price of gold, according to Mr. J. Warrick, general man- ager of the Great Boulder, who returned by the Cathay to-day. Investors looked favourably on African mines because of the cheap labour, but had been somewhat afraid of the political position in Western Australia. He had as- sured every one interested that there was no reason for fear of tho Collier Govern- ment, than which no other Government had done more for gold mining in West- ern Australia. V. ' '
ASSAULT ECHO. CLAIM FOR EXPENSES. NEW GUARD LEADER SUED SYDNEY, August 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933
ASSAULT ECHO. CLAIM FOR EXPENSES. NEW GUARD LEADER SUED ' i SYDNEY, August 29. An echo of the assault by members of the New Guard on Alderman J. S. Garden in May of last year was heard to-'day. Before Mr. Justice Stephen, Erie Campbell, leader of the New Guard, was sued for the recovery of £402/5/8, said to represent expenses in- curred in tho defence of John Francis Dynon and other members of the New Guard, who were convicted of having assaulted Garden. Dynon, the plaintiff in the case, claimed that he had paid the money for Campbell at Campbell's request. There was a second count that, in consideration of the plaintiff having undertaken to provide the funds for certain members of the organisation in the proceedings in which they were involved, Campbell promised plaintiff that he would repay the amount, which still remained unpaid. Campbell pleaded that he was never indebted, and denied having given any undertaking. Dynon stated in evidence that he and the others charged were sente...
NATIONAL PARKS. Future Outings. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933
NATIONAL PARKS. Future Outings. An outing next week-end to the Glass Houses, another on September 29 to Lamington Glen, and one to Point Lookout, Stradbroke Island, on October 28, were announced by Mr. Arthur Groom, secretary of the National Parks Association of Queens- land, at a general meeting of that body, held last night in Empire Cham- bers, Wharf Street. Mr. Groom said that the visit to Lamington Glen would be undertaken by parties from the University of Queensland, Warwick, Toowoomba, Kyogle, and Brisbane, and it would be the biggest outing of the year. He delivered an informative ad- dress on the subject of the National Parks of the United States of America, and said that Queensland had 37 parks, of a total area of 520 square miles, against 22 in the U.S.A. with 12,759 square miles. In other words, Queensland's total area of national parks was slightly less than one aver- age American park. The organisation for the accommo- dation of tourists in the American parks, said Mr....
APPEAL TO WOMEN. Butter Propaganda. C.W.A. PLAN TO SEND SAMPLES. GRAFTON, August 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933
APPEAL TO WOMEN. Butter Propaganda. ? C.W.A. PLAN TO SEND SAMPLES. GRAFTON. August 29. At tile North Coast group confer- ence of the Country Women's Associa- tion of New South Wales, held at Grafton to-day, it was decided that the Primary Producers' Union should be approached concerning the possi- bility of sending samples of butter to branches of the Women's Institute in England, with a view to capturing the English market for Australian but- ter. Tile vice-president (Mrs. I. J. Per driau), in submitting the proposal, ex- plained that, the Women's Institute in England was an organisation similar to the Country Women's Association, and if the sympathy of those English women could be enlisted so that they would buy Australian butter it would be helpful to the dairymen. In Eng- land the consumption of Danish and Argentine butter was larger than that of Australian by about five to one, and they should try to make an appeal to English women to demand the Aus- tralian product.
CITY'S HEALTH. Discuss Report Next Week. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933
CITY'S HEALTH. Discuss Report Next Week. The special meeting of the Brisbane City Council to discuss the report of the Commissioner for Public Health (Dr. J. Coffey) regarding the council's health services will not be held till next week, probably on Monday. The Lord Mayor (Alderman J. W. Greene) stated yesterday that he. was arrang- ing for copies of the evidence to be made available to aldermen at a data before the meeting is held.
STATION 4BK (233 Metres). [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933
STATION 4BK (233 Metres). WEDNESDAY-830 am to 1115 am ¡hopping session weather What s on? Sary Gray dressmaking session by Sally Wge talk 12 0 to 10 p m Musical selections freather Í30 pm to 515 pm. Musical rambles ¡leather report 530 pm to 730 pm Dinner music fhat s on? sporting session birthday ills music tennis talk by Jack Wlttup 8 0 to 110 p m Musical programme io act play entitled The Open Door itudlo items feature session song and ' .nee programme
STATION 4BH (217 Metres). [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933
STATfON 4BH (21T Metres). WEDNESDAY.-7 a.m. to 9.0: -Breakfast bsslon; weather; news; music. 11.0 a.m. to 1.9 p.m.: Women's session; susie, 5.30 p.m. to 10.30 p.m.: Children's ses- sion; dinner music; shipping; sporting; requests; orchestral selections; relay of boxing and wrestling bouts from the Stadium; symphony music.
AN OPEN LABOUR MARKET. Mr.Bayley's Advocacy. SUSPEND INDUSTRIAL COURT. Suspension of the Industrial Court for five or 10 years, to permit labour to be secured on an open market, is advanced by Mr. J. G. Bayley (Opposition, Wynnum) as a means of creating employment. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933
AN OPEN LABOUR MARKET. Mr.Bayley's Advocacy. SUSPEND INDUSTRIAL COURT. Suspension of the Industrial Court for five or 10 years, to per- mit labour to be secured ' on an open market, Is advanced by Mr. J. G. Bayley (Opposition, Wyn- num) as a means of creating em- ployment. Mr. Bayley made the suggestion during his maiden speech In the State Parliament yesterday. Addressing him- self to the motion for the adoption of the Address in Reply, he reviewed the unemployment position, and said the Government could not dare to wait until world price levels rose in order to restore work to the people. Prompt action must be taken to give a greater distribution of work, and two of the main impediments were the Arbitra- tion Court and the trade unions, Costs of products intended for overseas mar- kets must come down, but that was not possible while the court ordered that men must not work for less than a certain wage. He would advocate the declaration of a minimum wage and the payment of an addit...
AT PREMIUM PRICE. BOOTLEGGERS BUY GOLD. (AUSTRALIAN CABLE SERVICE.) PHILADELPHIA, August 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933
AT PREMIUM PRICE. BOOTLEGGERS BUY GOLD. (AUSTRALIAN CABLE SERVICE.) PHILADELPHIA, August 28. The bootleggers have achieved whan the Federal Government failed to do, in establishing a free gold market, by paying for refined gold a premium price, which is nearly 50 per cent higher than the American Govern- ment's price. This astonishing dis- closure comes from Mr. Ross Barrett, the head of the gold crucible service, in a complaint to the National Metals Committee, which transmitted it to President Roosevelt. Mr. Barrett stated that one bootlegging syndicate had been handling gold valued at) 1,000,000 dollars (£200,000) a month, and had purchased it at prices higher than the Federal1 Mint paid.
SOUTHERN STATIONS.—TO-MORROW NIGHT'S PROGRAMMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933
ISOUTAHEItN STATIONS.-TO-MORROW NIGHT'S PROGRAMMES. JÎFC, SYDNEY (451 Metres).-8.0: An ïrchestral concert, with supporting art- ists, relayed from 3LO, Melbourne; dance ïuslc. '? 2BL, SYDNEY (351 Metres).-8.0: Com- munity singing concert from the Ashfield Town Hall; news service. ' 13LO, MELBOURNE (375 Metres).-8.0: »n orchestral concert by the A.B,C. Sym jnony Orchestra, supported by Maggie jTeyte (soprano), Tudor Davies (tenor), »nd Yelland Richards (pianist); "An An- thology of Modern Verse," by Prank D. Clewlow; Interlude; dance music. |3An, MELBOURNE (402 Metres)_8.0: IMachlnery and Unemployment"" an ad press by Mr. Eric J. Ingram; programme W dance music, Interspersed with rum- pera by Alan Barry (baritone), Royalle foigiaso (songs at the piano), and Comp- on, coutts (comedian); news service.
Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933
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GROUP HOUSING. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933
GROUP HOUSING. Spring Hill is suggested as the only wea in Brisbane In which a group bousing plan, such as Is proposed in Melbourne to abolish slums, could be adopted in Brisbane. Several schemes for Improving Spring Hill were recoiled by Mr. R. A. M'Innis, ol the Town Planning Association, when he named the district as the one in the city most likely to need rebuilding. He explained, however, ¿at such projects rarely were payable until they became essential, and pro- bably were not yet necessary on an extensive scale in Brisbane. The Building Industry Congress in Victoria is interested In group housing, but, according to the secretary of the Queensland Master Builders' Associa- tion (Mr. H. H. Gayford), It has not been discussed in Brisbane.
FORGETS UPKEEP. Reply to Mrs. Longman. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933
FORGETS UPKEEP. Reply to Mrs. Longman. "She forgets the cost of maintaining ¡lie wife," was the comment of Mr. J. B Brigden (Director of the Bureau of industry) yesterday, when his atten- tion was drawn to a statement by Mrs. Irene Longman. Mrs. Longman had advocated, at a meeting of the Queens- land Citizenship League, a sensible form of child endowment, wiíh an eoual basic wage for men and women, as the only remedy for the position of women as "black legs" in respect of low wages. Child endowment, as a rule, started with a wage for man and wife, and with something for the children. iln New South Wales the basic wage was for a man, wife, and one child. Child endowment was still operating in that State. "No doubt there Js a lot to be said lor child endowment," Mr. Brigden ob jerved, "but I do not think It implies that there should be the same wage (or a man and a woman, as man usually has a wife to keep."
EXTEND TRAM SECTION. VULTURE STREET PROPOSAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933
EXTEND TRAM SECTION. VIJLTUBE STREET PROPOSAL. A proposal to extend the tramway section from Vulture Street to the Clarence Corner was further deferred oy the Brisbane City Council yester- day. This action was taken on the suggestion of Aldeiman A. Laurie, who said that if the section point was altered to the Clarence Corner resi- dents of Kangaroo Point would prob- ably walk to the tram instead of ! using the ferry. It would also be a convenience for hospital visitors. Alderman W. R. Warmington seconded the motion, and it was agreed that the department should further consider the matter in view ?i^e .Possibility of making a bus terminal at this point.
STATION 4BC (262 Metres). [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933
STATION 4BC (262 Metres). tWEDNESDAY.-6.30 a.m. to 9.0 a.m.: reakinst session; news; music. 10.O a.m. to 3.30 p.m.: Women's morn US cession; music; midday session; lun iheon music; news; market reports: rail ray Information; music; women's after toon session; studio talk by -Dr.' A. L. lewis; studio Items; results of B.A.T.O. rices nt Albion Park will bo broadcasted., iroughout tho afternoon session; music. 5 30 p.m. to 8.0 p.m.: Children's ses- ión; relay from Station 20H, Sydney, of iddress by the Hon. J. A. Lyons (Primo Jnlster of Australia); music. 8.0 p.m. to 11.0: Talk on tho early days ii Queensland; musical programme; blrth l»y calls; news; music.
BROADCASTING. NATIONAL STATIONS. 4QG (Wavelength, 395 Metres) and 4RK (329). WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933
BROADCASTING. NATIONAL STATIONS. 4QG (Wavelength, 395 Metres) and .IRK (329). WEDNESDAY. 730-Muslo, woather, comments, news. music a 30 -CLOSE . 11-The Dally Broadcast Service. 1140-A Poetry Beading-"Love Lyrics," ty Miss D L. Waraker. 12 -Music 1-Markets, weather, news, British offi- cial Wireless News The BATO races will be broadcast Between events music will bo broadcasted from the studio. 5,-CLOSE 8-For the children-"Bebe" and 'Bunty" tell the story of the south wind. 820-Shipping, train, and mall news. 6 30 -Early dinner music. 645-Late markets, commercial news, wtather 7-Late dinner music 750 -Early sporting session. 730-Popular Educational Talk-"The Australian Novel," Pt 7-"The National Novel-Its future," by Mr. Firmln McKln ton (Editor oí the Courier-Mall). 745-Late sporting notes. 7 50 -News 8-The Musical Comedy "New Moon," tom 2PC, Sydney. 10 30-Lato weather. 10 40-Dance music from the Carlton. 11 -CLOSE TO-MOIUIOWS FEATURES. A band concert by the Brisbane Munlcl »I Concer...