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

PROFESSIONAL, MERCANTILE APPOINTMENTS. Cheap Prepaid Rates: 12 words 1/ per insertion; oach additional 6 words (id. Limit 108 words (l8 lines). A,1.-Professional Service Co., Colonial Mutual Buildings, next G.P.O, Stono t.vplnK. Roneotyplng. duplicating. 'B4732. AKadlo salesman, with own car, re- quired, only a man with a good record need apply. J. B. Chandler Se Co., 43 Adelaide St._'___ aSAYER, cyanider, conversant modern methods, wanted. Box 1108N, G.P.O., Brlsbnno,_ CAPABLE young salesman, experience N.S.W., Brisbane, and N. Q'ld., good credentials, wanta worthwhile lines to handle In Burdekin Bugar districts or towns, Townsville to Mackay. Write, Salesman, Box 292, Ayr. _ e COPYING, duplicating. Macdougall, 299 \J Queen St., two doors from G.P.O. COUNTRY canvassers, sell house and street frocks, direct from mills, 50 per cent, profit. ' Send 4/3 for two samples. A. Gray, 37 Vulturo Street. West End, Brisbane._ CASH order traveller, own car, seeks en- gagement, best experience, ...

Publication Title: Courier-Mail, The
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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933

RESORTS. MAROOCHYDORE. Surf, Beach, Fishing, Boating. "SEA-SPRAY,"-Best accom., balcony rooms, overlooking ocean, river, e.l., ten- nis court W. J. Cannon. 'Phone 12. FURNISHED houses, river, beach, or street frontages, with boat, clean, comfy., moderate rentals. W. J. Butt. Tel. 24. MAROOCHYDORE - Palmwoods. - We meet morning trains dally; others by ap- pointment. Fares, 7/6 return, 4/ single. We have the best houses and flats to let. Oglethorpe & Morris, Car Service, Maroochydore. 'Phone 44._ MONTVILLE. North Coast, Scenic, Mountain Resort. "ELSTON House," extensive view moun- tain and sea, tennis, bowls, golf, water- falls, swimming pool, el. light, car trips. Mrs. F. W. Thompson. Tel. 2._, MAPLETON. North Coast, Scenic, Mountain Resort. ELANORA Guest House, superior accom., excellent cuisine, moderate tariff, tennis & golf. Mrs. Mannlon. 'Phone 11._ NATIONAL PARR. Mountain, Scenic. NATIONAL Park, via Canungra, Motor Service. Car leaves Town Hall Park- ing station...

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

MEDICAL. Cheap Prepaid Rates: 12 words 1/ per insertion; each additional 6 words 6d. Limit 108 words (l8 Unes)._ A.-AU foot ailments, corns, calluses, Ingrown toenalls, bunions, scientifi- cally, painlessly treated by my modern methods. Massaging, electric, and hand. Consultations free. B. Shay, Surgeon Chiropodist, Second Floor, King House, Queen Street. B8036._ A LWAYS use Marshall's superior zinc -"- ointment for healing. Price, 3d., 6<L, as 1/ per tin, G. W. Marshall, cash dispensing chemist. Brunswick St.. Valley. A Good tonic is Marshall's nerve tonic Try a bottle. Price. 2/ per bottle. G. W. Marshall, cash dispensing chemist, Brunswick Street, Valley._ Free trial bottle of Dr. Parker's Urlctlc Remedy (regd.) to sufferers from catarrh, mucous, col It 1B, stomach cough, gastritis, nerve pains. Send 6d., stamps (postage), to Frederica Parker (prop.), 16 Fletcher Street, Bondi, N.S.W. A.-"Satyrln," the new Gland Prepara- tion. Gold box for men, Silver for women . The g...

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A TO Z REVUE [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933

A TO Z REVUE At the final meeting of the A to Z Revue, at which Mrs. H. Matyear pre- sided, and which was held yesterday in the rooms of the Queensland Ambulance Transport Brigade, satisfactory reports wero received from all committee mem- bers, and It was stated that booking was proceeding rapidly. His Excellency the Governor (Sir Leslie Wilson) and Lady Wilson would be present at the first performance on Friday evening, at Cre- morne Theatre. A successful bridge evening, In aid of the sweet stall, was organised by Mrs. A. P, Stendrup and Miss A, Hill, and held at Coo-ee-noo, Chester Street, Teneriffe. Moro than SO guests wore present.

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

ENTERTAINMENTS. NOW SHOWING. Sessions Continuous from 10 a.m. Evenings, 7.45 p.m. 'Phone B3777. mu n aw uw^wgagEg THE MIRACLE TICTURE OF 1933. ROBERT MONTGOMERY, MADGE EVANS, JIMMY DURANTE Di "HELL BELOW," A Metro-Goldwyn-Majcr Spectacular Drama. FAY WRAY in "ANN CARVER'S PROFESSION." A columbia Comedy Drama. NED TYRRELL'S FAMOUS* ORCHES1RA, WALLACE HOTTER AT THE ORGAN, FOX NEWS. HOYTS &&#***% WW&BSR NEXT SATURDAY BRINGS A WORTHY PICTURE to celebrate a world-wide occasion In entertainment. The Regent has the pride and honour to present the greatest achievement of the paramount studios. A MIGHTY SPECTACLE! fef§gi%t AN INSPIRING LESSON! ««(.Pf» AN UNDYING ROMANCE! Cecil B. do Millo has revived tho spectacular glory of the screen in Wilson Barrett's glorious story of in intense love against the background of intrigue of Imperial Rome. Only once or twice in the swift cycle of years comes a picture so powerful, so mag- nificent, so brilliant as tills. FREDFUC .,»....

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

FARMING, PASTORAL _PROPERTIES. _ .-Dairy farm, Upper Burnett, 486 at, 3 miles railway Se township. li_ ml!« school, creek flatb Se ironbark ridges,} it cult. perm, water, cottage, yards, 'balli pigsties, 5 paddocks, 37 head cattle ( horses, pigs, poultry, Implements. Pi'|te £1000 terms. E. C. Upton Se Co, Momo No. 30._ A .-splendid dalry tarin, 1357 ac, ys mci -". railway, 140 ac, cleared, heavy sajj. loam on creek frontage, Se black & choto, late soil, good lucerne land, 60 ne. cult 250 ac. suit, cult., perm, water, 5-rooiwj house, cowballs, separator room, shed, pl¡. sties Se run, 6 paddocks, 60 head femilt cattle, includ. 40 milkers, bull, 6 d. horw 1 saddle horse, milking plant, sulky & ti¿ gon. Implements, etc. Price, £1800, de posit £700. E. C. Upton Se Co, Monto No. 49._^^^^^^^ ' .-Sell or oxchange, ideal dalry lara, 630 ac. 7 miles raliway, 40 ac. cull, 200 ac. suit, cult., bice, high \mdulallif ridges with nice flats, perm, water, ¡ roomed house, dairy, cart...

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

RESORTS. Where to Spend Your Holidays. BEECHMONT. "BON Vue" Quest House, olee, light, ten- I nls, billiards, riding, trips Natural Bridge, Springbrook, Mt. Hobwee, 4000ft. Coomera ) Gorge. Tho. 17. M. E. Garrett, prop. BRIBIE. SHIRLEY, comfortable Cottages, special I reduced rentals, both beaches. Shlrioy, 'Phone a. RESORTS. BURLEIGH HEADS. Scenic, Surf, Fishing Resort. HOTEL Burleigh, close surf, fishing, scenic views, hot, cold water, septic, ten- nis, e. light, Bed bus meets trains, South- port, moderate tariff. L. Sheehan, 'Phone 3._ HOTEL Burleigh.-Glorious surf, Ideal fishing, wondrous scenic views, Bed bus meets all trains Southport. Tennis, free garages, modern conv., moderate tariff. 'Phone 3. L. Sheahan, prop._^ CAKCABOODA_Furnished flats, ac- commodate seven, every convenience, £2/2/; room 2 cars. Justin's. 'Phone 9. O furnished houses to let, new, close beach, verandas, garage, fishing boat, electric light. Write, A. White, Burleigh Heads._ OCEAN Beach House, double-stor...

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COSTS TOO HIGH. OVERSEAS FREIGHTS. NO PROFIT FOR FRUIT-GROWERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933

COSTS TOO HIGH. OVERSEAS FREIGHTS. NO PROFIT FOR FRUIT- GROWERS. "Overseas prices for Australian fruit must rise or freights must fall," the manager of the Committee of Direc- tion of Fruit Marketing (Mr. W. Ranger) said yesterday, when discuss- ing allegations by fruit exporters that freight rates fixed by shipping com- panies were too high. Out of the 6/10 which was esti- mated to be the average market price for a case of apples shipped to Great Britain from Australia 4/li went in freight, and when all other charges were deducted it was doubtful if the grower would receive enough to meet the costs of producing the fruit, he explained. "Australia has sent 6,500,000 cases of apples to Great Britain this year, and the prices have been so low that the expenses before shipment may not be met," said Mr. Ranger. "I was told of one Southern grower .who shipped 5000 cases of apples overseas, and had to pay £300 to meet his losses on them, owing to the low price received and the high cost o...

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

HOUSES, LAND FOR SALE. TXENZELL. Auchenflower, handy tram, J-*- natty modern home, living and din- ing, and 3 bedrooms, kitchen, bathroom, e.l., main rooms painted, gas stove, and copper, double frontage lot. Cut price, £420. About ','2 cash._ |j BNidiuLL. Ascot, good location, splcn J-J- dldly built home, porch and side verandah celled, arched lounge and din- ing rooms, 3 spacious bedrooms, kitchen, bathroom, enamel bath, basin, geyser. Tastefully painted, sewered, and in fine order. £1250. Open to discuss terms. Hu uah, righi at Kirra ueacn, surimg area, 4 bedrooms, dining, lounge, extra large glassed-in veranda, car accom- modation, fully Se nicely furnished; lets in season, £4/4/ week; for sale now at £600, on £50 dep., bal. 20/ week. Skipper, 2nd Floor, O.K. Bldgs., opp. Gredden's. MORNINGSIDE garden home, 64 perches, veg. Se poultry Included In bargain price. J6948._ NKWMARKET, superior w.d., three bed- rooms, latest improvements, very de- sirable, perfect home, £650, terms. F...

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

AUCTION SALES AND PROPERTY LIST. TO-MORROW, AT 10.30 O'CLOCK, In Phillips' Auction Rooms, 161 Queen Street, UNRESEEVED SALE OF CHOICE & MODERN FURNISHINGS FOR ALL ROOMS. FuU Particulars Advertised Later. A. S. PHILLIPS & SONS, PTY., LTD., AUCTIONEERS. BY PUBLIC AUCTION, TO-MORROW, 31st AUGUST, 1933, 10.30 a.m. COORPAROO.-88 Old Cleveland Road. Dwelling, 4 rooms, half hall, front verandah, kitchen, fuel stove, electric light water, 15.9 perches. PETRIE TERRACE.-83 Caxton Street, dwelling, 4 bedrooms, half hall, ]|v. lng-room, dining-room, kitchen, front verandah, 2 rooms under house, lined, celled, electric light, water, gas fuel st ove, sewered, handy city, 12i¿ porches lnndpETRIE TERRACE.-88 Cricket Street, dwelling, 3 bedrooms, half hall, nv. lng-room, kitchen, front verandah, part back verandah, gas, water, fuel stove, SCW PETRIE "TERRACE.-72 Cricket Str pot. dwelling, 3 bedrooms, living-room, half hall, front verandah, bathroom, kitchen, .fuel stove, gas, water, ...

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FINE BLOOMS. GREENSLOPES SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933

FINE BLOOMS. GREENSLOPES SHOW. The Greenslopes and District Horti- cultural Society held its monthly flower show in the School of Arts Hall last night, when sweet peas, roses, and gerberas were the outstanding features. The Judges were Mr. and Mrs. A, V. Perrott and Miss V. Crombie. Awards: ROSES.-Six, distinct: O. H. Nielson. Three, distinct: B. Thatcher. Four, one variety, bud to full bloom: J. Kidston, Two, full bloom. 8in. stem: O. H. Niel- son. Any variety: L. G. Durrant. Two, red: O. H. Nielson. Pink: R. H. Udell, White: yellow: O. H. Nielson. One truss Polyantha: J. Grayson. Champion rose ; O. H. Nielson. SWEET PEAS.-One stond, any variety, red and pink and blue: Mrs. Wallace. Stand of flakes: Mrs. Daniels. Stand of two blue, red and white: Mrs. Wallace Two stems, six distinct varieties: Mrs. Wallace. Best exhibition bloom: S. Lanham. POT PLANTS.-Fern: Mrs. Daniels. Foliage plant, not provided for: J. Forbes. Plant in flower, in receptacle, hanging basket, other than fern, re...

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FARM PRODUCE. POTATOES TO £7/10/ MEDIUM CHAFF FIRMER. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933

FARM PRODUCE. POTATOES TO £7/10/, MEDIUM CHAFF FIRMER. Supplies all round at the Roma Street Markets yesterday were light for Tues- day Lucerne was the heaviest line offer- ing' 1103 bags being sold at auction, 473 oasscd and 110 not offered. Compared with Monday's offerings, this showed an increase of 790 bags. Thero was a notice- able hardening of prices in most lines, particularly in potatoes, which showed an improved quality. Lucerne chaff was mostly of medium Duality, keen competition being evidenced for the better grades. The top price Was £5/15/ » t°n Ior a Ilne o£ 4S bttga tco"1 Lowood, while another alee consignment ¿f 34 hags from Gatton realised £5/13/4 « ton. Some of the better lots sold as follows : 46 bags and 28 bags at £5/8/4 a ton, 44 bags and 36 bags at £5/1/8, and 49 bags at £5. The lowest price, £3/10/, was touched for a consignment of 61 bags from Helidon. Only 253 bags of mixed chaff were on offer, and those «old from £4 to £4/10/ a ton. One truck of New South ...

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

FRUIT. Tho banana market yesterday was quiet. J nero was a preponderance of .medium 5»?.J00.ri5uaUty rrult offering, and, com- parée; with Monday, very few choice lines werç available. Prices were practically stationary. The total number of bunches put through the market was 1705. Tho ocst price for Cavendish was Ö 7-8d a iin» ro.m Closeburn, 6 5-8d for a Dayboro PE, ' BncL 6d ior Caboolture fruit. Lady f1*13 from Alberton reallsod 7d and Lil »dozen. There were only a few n»lhrs'nt l°,w ratea- Quotations: cavendish: 3ri"'^4^-"3d' 2 7"8d. i s-8d: KZ. 5d, aí?Á ^ L7-8d- 2 7"8d. 1 5-Bd, hid: LH, 2d I'I?- 8Í' a%d- 2 s-8d: VT' 3J40. 2 l-8d, N»T»U Cftb°olture: W. ed, 5d, 3%d. 2d. lí'rt ???¿ J?R- S!itt' S*'W. 3 5"8d* 3d' id wi*^1-1'8"1. Oxenford: JO, 5>,4d, 4i»*.% 2d, id. Samsonvale: J. Slid, ii-d'Í .>' 3'i2' 2dl x usd- Closeburn: OK, ?S&.%r» Alberton: AM. gd. pujrumbjni (H), 4 l-8d, 3d, lttd. Beenleigh: Star, 3 7-8d, 3 3-8d, 3 l-8d, 3d, 2d. Wamuran; H, 3'/4d, li,4d. ImbU: NN,...

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MINING NOTES. GOLD SHARES WEAKER. Market reaction—slight falls in Gold Shares—Good Turn-over on Smaller Range of Stocks—Raub Australian Attract Buyers. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933

MINING NOTES. GOLD SHARES WEAKER. Market reaction-slight fall« In Gold Shares-Good Turn-over on Smaller Range of Stocks-Rauh Aus- tralian Attract Buyers. With a slight drop In the price of gold, and tlie buying activity of tho provlous day losing muoli of Its Intensity, prices for gold, stocks assumed a reactionary tendenoy on the Brisbane Stock Exchange yesterday, although, compared with the substantial advances -made by the various stocks, falls wera only of slight extent. The turn-ovor, whilst of a good nature, was confined to a smaller range of stocks. Bulolo Gold opened with buyers Improv- ing their price to 97/ for supplies, but later In the day, when supplies were available at 97/3, buyers then withdrew their support to 98/. aolden Mile wero stationary with a. booking at 4/5, closing at buyer 4/4. seller 4/6, whereas parcels of Qoldon Plateau, paid to 5/6, wore booked at a discount ot 1/6 on the pro- vlous day at 23/. closing with supplies still available, inquiry being renew...

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

MAIL NOTICES. RATES OF POSTAGE-Letters within the Empire 2d an ounce To all other places-first ounce 3d, each succeeding ounce or part, 2d MAIL CLOSING TIMES -The closing times hereunder aro for G P O , Brisbane Unless otherwise stated newspapers packets, registered articles and parcels will bo accepted up to one hour befoio the advertised closing times for letters for malls which close after 9am and before 6pm LATE FEE POSTING-The late fee on all unregistered articles (except parcels) Is Id each Articles bearing late lee may be posted at the GPO up to 15 minutes after closing times of malls dispatched by train and up to 30 minutes after closing times for mails dispatched by steamer they may also bo posted mi board steamers Registered articles with the addition of a fee of 2d will be accepted 30 minutes after the closing of the registered malls AIR. MAILS -Any postal article except parcels may be sent by ali mall The fee In addition to postage Is 3d half ounce for Australian air ser...

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NOT NEEDED. Register Accountants. AUDIT ACT REQUIRED. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933

NOT NEEDED. Register Accountants. AUDIT ACT REQUIRED. "A lot of ill-considered propaganda goes on in Queensland with the ob- ject of having the profession regis- tered; there is no need for protec- tive barriers in the accountancy field, and statutory registration will not make any of us better accountants." said the State chairman (Mr. W. E. Savage) at the annual meeting on Monday of the Queensland branch of the Institute of Chartered Account- ants. Registration, he added, was a retro- grade step, which would seriously interfere with inter-State professional services, put back the work of the in- stitutes for a score of years, and prob- ably be their death-knell at a gain of nothing. It was against the best public interests. If the monopoly could be one of qualification and ser- vice he would change his views, but it would not be so. Even with regis- tration expert knowledge would still be required to choose a professional man intelligently. Mr. Savage stressed the need for an up-t...

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WOMEN'S WORK. BACKBONE OF CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933

WOMEN'S WORK. BACKBONE OF CHURCH. "The Women's Fellowship again proved itself the backbone of the church, and showed how necessary and useful it is in our work," said the   hon. secretary of the Brighton Road Congregational Church (Mr. G. A. Rowley) in his report to the annual   meeting last night. A high tribute was paid by Mr. Row- ley to the pastor (Rev. H. P. Schlenc- ker) for his unremitting efforts for congregation and church. Attention was directed to the financial position, which had been, and still was, a seri- ous problem. The work of the choir and the organist (Mr. D. Frecknell) was praised, and satisfaction expressed at the increased strength of the Sun- day School, and the good work done by the Christian Endeavour and Young Worshippers' League. Much enthusiasm had been shown in the physical cul- ture classes for girls. Discussing the question of preachers and sermons, the pastor said that he had tried in his discourses to provide them with spir...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. OCEAN FORECAST. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. OCEAN FORECAST. Disturbed over Southern waters from beyond Leeuwin to Tasmania, with squally north-westerly to easterly winds, and rather rough sea around south-west of continent, and extending eastward. DUE AUGUST 30. KYOKKOII MARU, from Japan, at Clan Wharf. Charles Hopkins and Co., agents. DUE AUGUST 31. CANBERRA, from Melbourno and Sydney, at Boundary Street Wharf. Howard Smith, Ltd., agents. PATERSON, from Bundaberg, at Eagle Street Wharf. / Macdonald), Hamilton, and Co., agents. YAYE MARU, from Sydney, at Clan Wharf. Charles Hopkins and Co., agents. NECKAR, from Hamburg, via ports, at Mercantile Wharf. Wills Gilchrist and Sanderson Pty., Ltd., agents. DEPARTURES AUGUST 29. STRATHAIRD, for Colombo, Bombay, Egypt, Marseilles, and London. Mac- donald, Hamilton, and Co.', agents. MUNDALLA, for Newcastle, Sydney, Mel- bourne, and Adelaide. Howard Smith, Ltd., agents. MACUMBA, for Mackay, Bowen, and Townsville. Macdonald, Hamilton, and Co., agents. CRAIGEND, f...

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

NAMBOUR. Ambulance Committee.---The election of   officers at the August meeting of the Ambulance committee was a repetition of what had been done for the ten preced- ing years, Mr. A. C. Wilson being elected chairman, Mr. E. B. Fox treasurer, and Mr. W. Whalley executive representative, each for the eleventh time in succession. Obituary.---Mr. Arthur Milliner died on August 27, at the age of 38 years. He was a brother of Mr. Wm. Milliner, of Nambour, and is survived by his widow, a son, and two daughters, the children of his first wife.   Show Society's Loss.-The result of the recent show at Nambour is a loss of nearly £70, which with the annual interest on overdraft will bring the deficit to nearly £150. Among other efforts to make good the deficit a florin fund has been started, pending definite arrange- ments to be made at the annual meet- ing next month.

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

SHIPPING. INTER-STATE STEAMSHIP SAILINGS. (CIRCUMSTANCES PERMITTING.) SPECIAL REDUCED FARES For SYDNEY anil MELBOURNE. Orungal Katoomba Canberra Manunda Orungal Ormiston Cnnhcrra Sept. 2, Noon Sept. 9. Noon Sept. 16, Noon Sept. 23, Noon Sept. 23, Noon Sept. 30, Noon Oct 7. Noon A.U.S.N. Co., Ltd A.U.S.N. Co., Ltd Howard Smith. Ltd Adel. S. Co., Ltd. ' A.U.S.N. Co., Ltd. A U.S.N. Co., Ltd. Howard Smith. Ltd For NEWCASTLE, SYDNEY, MELBOURNE, and ADELAIDE (Cargo only). Without _Transhipment._ Mnrecba /Sept. 5, 5 p.m. I A.U S.N. Co., Ltd. Time /Sent 12. 5 p.m iHoward Smith. Ltd "' For MARYBOROUGH (Cargo only).~~ Paterson I Sept. 2, Noon. I A.U.S.N. Co., Ltd Mnruvn /3eot 5. 5 p.m. ¡Howard Smith Ltd "-" For BUNDABERG (Cargo only). paterson |Sept. 2. Noon. |A.U S N. Co., Ltd. - For GLADSTONE (Cargo only). Moruya »Sept. 5. 5 p.m. IHoward Smith. Ltd. "' For ROCKHAMPTON (Cargo only). Time /Sept. 5, 5 p.m. IHoward Smith, Ltd Mildura/Sept. 12.4 p.m.lA.US^N. Co.. Ltd. For MACKAY. TOWNSVILLE, and...

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