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

"Such Delicious Tea" Really good tea can only be made if you use the young, tender leaf-buds. That's why a pound of good tea like Bushells Blue Label gives you more cups of real tea flavor than ordinary tea does, and the flavor is infinitely better. Bushells Blue Label costs less per cup than ordinary tea, because it makes more cups to the pound. A The Show Route to EUROPE Go via Canada-the famous Rock- ies- breath taking panoramas of beauty-lakes and forests, snow peaks and flower strewn valleys. The Great Lakes and Niagara Fails. The world's most delight, ful train journey with the re- nowned Canadian Pacific service, Banff and Lake louSse in the heart of the Rockies with their cityhke hotels-warm swim- ming pools-dancing and climbing -wiry mountain ponies to take you over the circle trails. Golf at Banff on a mile - high course. You'll want to stay and enjoy the thrills and. the beauty of Canada's premier resorts on the way to Europe. For literature or details, call or write - JV...

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

FISH MARKET. MELBOURNE, August 29.-To-day's Ash market quotations wore:-Barracouta, 16/ to 26/, large boxes; flathead, 10/ to 39/, large boxes; flathead, rook, 12/ to 16/, baskets; mullet, 13/ to 26/, large boxes; garfish, 12/ to 33/, largo boxes; mixed Ash, 5/ to 30/, large boxes; bream, 25/ to 38/, large boxes; salmon, 12/ to 16/6, large boxes; silverfish, 21/, large boxes; trout, 10/ to 16/, largo boxes; whiting, 19/ to 35/, baskots; shark, 15/6 to 20/, large boxes; rock cod, 12/ to 16/6, large boxes; ludrick, 17/ to 20/, large boxes; sand mullet, 15/ to 31/, large boxes; cray- fish, 10/ to 22/ a dozen; flounders, 4/3 to 11/ a dozen; whiting, 4/ to 10/ a dozen; smoked fish, 4d to 9d per lb; ling, 5d to 8d per lb; eels, 5d to 6d por lb; Mur- ray cod, lOd to 1/2 per lb; Murray perch, 6d to 8d per lb; oysters (rock), 30/ to 70/ per bag; rabbits, 3/ to 14/ a dozen pairs; Imported fish, 1/ per lb.

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

POULTRY AND EGGS. The supply of poultry yesterday was fairly heavy. Medium and fine cockerels wero In light supply, and good competi- tion prevailed for this class. Black and white hons came to hand more freely, and these birds showed an easier ten- dency. Muscovy ducks and drakes wore fairly well represented, and the demand and prices romalned steady. There was no change in the egg market, which was well supplied, and dull. Quotations: POULTRY: Hens, coloured, 6/ to 7/0 a pair; whites, 5/3 to 6/2'a pair; pullets, 4/8 to 8/ a pair; cockerels, prime, 8/8 to 9/6 a pair; cockorols, medium, 7/ to 8/ a pair; cockerels, small, 4/6 to 6/B a pair; English ducks, 3/ to 3/6 a pair; Muscovy ducks, 4/6 to 5/6 a pair; Mus- covy drakes, 6/ to 9/ a pair; turkey hens, 9/ to 13/ a pair; turkey gobblers, 20/ to 30/ a pair; geese, 6/6 to 7/6 a pair; chicks, W.L., 4d to 2/ a pair; B.O., 1/6 to 3/0 a pair; pigeons, 9d a pair; guinea fowls, 3/6 to 4/ a pair; ducklings, 1/6 to 2/6 a pair. EGGS: Guaranteed...

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MEN SHOULD BE PREFERRED TO WOMEN. A Big Employment Problem in Queensland. The employment of women, to the exclusion of men, is a problem that should be seriously examined, says Mr. J. G. Bayley, M.L.A. Archbishop Duhig attributes to this cause the inability of many men to marry and set up homes, a thing so vital to the nation's welfare. Mrs. Cumbrae-Stewart argues that preference of employment should be given to men for the sake of the nation. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933

MEN SHOULD BE PREFERRED TO WOMEN. A Big Employment Problem in Queensland. The employment of women, to the exclusion of men, is a problem that should be seriously examined, says Mr. J. G.   Bayley, M.L.A. Archbishop Duhig attributes to this cause the inability of many men to marry and set up homes, a thing so vital to the nation's welfare. Mrs. Cumbrae-Stewart argues that preference of employment should be given to men   for the sake of the nation. "Is it in the best interests of the country that women should be em- ployed while men go workless?" Mr. J. G. Bayley (Opposition, Wynnum) asked that question in the Legislative Assembly yesterday. He was speaking on the Address in Reply motion, and remarked that dur- ing the war women were called upon to fill the positions vacated by men who went overseas to fight. That   was a state of emergency, and no ex- ception could be taken to that, but the time had come when the extent of the employment of wom...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Genuine Boomerangs in London. (Australian Cable Service.) LONDON, August 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933

Genuine Boomerangs in London. (Australian Cable Service.) LONDON, August 28. Beautifully carved boomerangs have arrived at the South Aus tialiau Agent-General's offices from the Oodnadatta Mission Station, and are to he sold on behalf of the mission's funds. It is ex- pected that they will be readily saleable in contrast to the Ger- man-made boomerangs which hitherto ha\e been sold In the entrance hall at Australia House.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CLOTHING TRADE IN JEOPARDY. "Sweating" Methods in the South. QUEENSLAND FACTORIES FACE EXTINCTION. "Several clothing factories in Queensland have been forced into liquidation, and others are trembling on the brink of extinction, as the result of sweating tactics employed by foreigners working in Victoria." [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933

CLOTHING TRADE IN JEOPARDY. "Sweating" Methods in the South. QUEENSLAND FACTORIES FACE EXTINCTION. "Several clothing factories in Queensland have been forced   into liquidation, and others are trembling on the brink of extinction, as the result of sweating tactics employed by foreigners working in Victoria.'' This statement was made yesterday by the manager of a large clothing factory in Brisbane, who offered to   produce his balance-sheets to show that for a long time past the profits   from his business had been negligible. He mentioned that one of the largest shirt factories in Brisbane, and also one of the largest men's and boys' clothing factories, had been forced into liquidation recently. The general manager of another firm, which employs about 200 workers in its clothing factories, said that it was becoming increasingly diffi- cult to carry on factory operations in this State owing to the competition of clothing produced under condition...

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"COURIER" WEATHER CHART. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933

"COURIER" WEATHER CHART. Commonwealth Meteorological Bureau, Brisbane, August 29: Notes on the 9 a.m. weather chart: The great eastern anticyclone has not lost any of Its intensity since 9 a.m. yester- day, and except that its waves have been drawn away from Victoria and Tasmania and the far south-western corner of New South Wales, its scope is very much as described in yestorday's "Notes." It has, however, for some unknown reason, de- veloped two central spaces, each having a maximum pressure equivalent of 30.41n" one of which Iles over the North Tasman Sea between Lord Howe and Norfolk Islands; the other is found over and on both sides of the South Islond of New Zealand. Surprising developments have, however, taken place over the western side of the lsobarlo chart. Of first Im- portance Is the amalgamation of the two southern "V'-depresslons Indicated yes- terday over the middle and eastern parts of tho Southern Ocean, and oil the south- western coast, respectively. Thus a "low" o...

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

WARWICK. Satisfied that the work for which the loan is proposed to be borrowed will be In the best Interests of Warwick, and of such urgency that it is expedient that the local authority proceed with the work without delay, the Governor-ln-Councll has Issued an Order-ln-Councll dispensing with the necessity for the Warwick Town Council to carry out the usual procedure in regard to the loan of £5000, with sub- sidy of a similar amount, for street and road improvements. The labour required for the work to be undertaken in War- wick must be engaged through tho labour I agent at Warwick. g The secretary of the Royal National Association has advised that the special prize awarded by Gordon and Gotch (Australia), Ltd., for the most successful school at the recent Royal National Show, has been awarded to the Rosehill State School. Though only six entries were sub- mitted by pupils of this school, six firsts were registered, their percentage thus top- ping tho list. ' i With a1 crash that c...

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Sporting Intelligence. Turf Topics. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933

Sporting Intelligence. Turf Topics* The Brisbane Amateur Turf Club will provide the racing at Albion Park this afternoon, when the programme will extend to eight events. The first race is set down for 1.15 p.m., while the racing will conclude at 4.45. Weights. The weights for Saturday's meeting of the Brisbane Amateur Turf Club will be declared to-morrow morning. Acceptances arc due at hoon * on Friday. A New Sire. In oin- advertising columns to-day will be found particulars of Wise Force, a new sire, whose services are being offered to owners of well-bred mares. Wise Force -was one of the outstanding sprinters of his day, and the conqueror of Amounis in a race in Melbourne is being offered at a remarkably low fee. He is at Dulacca West, a property owned by Mr. D. M'Dougall. Wise Force is by the Trac- ery horse, High Force, from that re- markable mare, Wise Bird, who was brought here some years ago from New Zealand, and gave to the Queens- land turf such great gallopers as Wise Forc...

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

Headache» oï tory kind tore tn> natural-doe mostly to con» su pa ti on. Constipation is due to neglect faflare to rid oneself of nature's refuse. When this waste is allowed to decay in your intes- tines, poisons are given off and absorbed into the blood, setting np all kinds of ailments, includ- ing headache, backache, liver attacks, rheumatism and indi- gestion. To rid yourself of -waste poisons you need a mild and gentle laxa- tive-Chamberlain's Tablets. An tccwHoual ii se irifl herpjonflt, HAMBERLAIN'S wTABLETS -;y

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SOUTHERN SCRATCHINGS. MELBOURNE, August 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933

SOUTHERN SCRATCHINGS. MELBOURNE, August 29. The following scratchlngs were notified to-day:-Moonee Valley (to-morrow). Clyde Welter. First Division: Majestic Bridge. Tally Ho Handicap: Kenadder. SYDNEY, August 29. The latest scratchlngs for the A J.C. Spring meeting are as follow: EPSOM HANDICAP.-Wcathcrwisc, Ros- endo. Antique. THE METROPOLITAN.-WeatherwUe, Boiendo, Antique.

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

' RING BOWLS. Funds in a healthy condition and a year of useful activities were the fea- tures of tho annual report presented at the second annual meeting of the Alpha Ring Bowls Club. It was reported that during the year the club had affiliated with the Queensland Ring Bowls Associa- tion, and was successful In winning the Queensland rink championship and pen- nant. Tile following offloerg were elected: -Patron, tho Lord Mayor; vlce-pstron, Mr. R. M. King; president, Mr. P. s. Gough; secretary, Mr. W. E. Tate; trea- surer. Mr. O.I Quinn; trustees. Messr«. F. S. Gough and P. o'She»; vlce-presldont«. Alderman Nlxon-Smlth and Mr. J. M'Bridej committee, Messrs. F. Johnson. F. Fullerton, P. O'shea, V. Eamond«, and J, Manderson; selector, W. E. Tate; assist- ant selector, Mr. V. Esmonds; building and social committee, Messrs. F. S. Gough, W. E Tate, V. Eamonds, c. Quinn. Mesdames Hooper, Tate, and Roberts: Press correspondent, Mr. F. S. Gough; green director, Mr. W. E. Tate. At the concl...

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

DALBY WEIGHTS. The following weights havp 'been ce clared for the Northern Downs Jockey Club's meeting, to be held at Dalby on September 2: FIRST HACK HANDICAP, 4 furlongs. Armchair, 9.9: Little Marcus, 9.5; Some Day. 8.10; Wellglven, 8.0; Boss Syce, 8.0; Sansmond, 8.0; Cretonne, 8.0; Laddie Oats, 8,0. Lady Melba not eligible. SECOND HACK HANDICAP, 5 furlongs. -Armchair, 9.9; Little Marcus, 9.5; Some Day, 8.10; Wellglven, 8.0; Boss Syce. 8.0; Cretonne, 8.0; Laddie Oats, 8.0. Lady Melba not eligible. ?THIRD DIVISION, 6 furlongs.-De- lighted, 10.2; Dogwood, 9.4; Skyette, 8.3; Finland's Flft, 8.0. FOURTH DIVISION, 5 furlongs.-Mac- ron, 9,3; Pole Carew. 8.13; Loa, 8.13; Anglo Irish, 8.12; Atty, 8.10; Fairy Stream, 8.9; Lady Craft, 8.6; Rlvonalli, 8.0. FIFTH DIVISION, 5 furlongs.-Persse Dudley, 9.3; Heath Loo, 9.3; Syd's Request, 9.0; Ivodorus, 8.12; Tom Thumb, 8.8; Bachelor's Choice, 8.7; Nile Jug, 8.7; Kenll Lad, 8.1; Little Marcus, 8.0; Cocada, 8.0. N.D.J.C. HANDICAP, 7 furlongs. Rcmo...

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BOWLS. BALMORAL LADIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933

BOWLS. BALMORAL LADIES. Games played on the Arno private green resulted: Final Singles Championship.-Mrs. Ross v. Mrs. Stewart, 30-34. Arno Rose Competition.-Mrs. Taylor v. Mrs. M'Lelland, fl-27. Rink competitions. Mesdames Burton, Stewart (sub.), Taylor, Marshall ;. . .. .. 19 Mesdames Logan, Woodcroft, Coates, Dickens. 21 Ordinary Play. Mesdames Campbell, Morton, Fitz- maurice ..... l8 Mesdames Hislop, M'Lelland, Cole- man . 21 Saturday's play resulted: Mesdames Logan, Hislop, M'Lelland, Pearce. IT Mesdames MarshaU, Morton, Coleman, Stewart. 13 Flayers for to-morrow have boen select- ed as follows:-Mesdames Cave, Stewart, M'Lelland, Ross, Logan, Woodcroft, Coates, Dlcklns. Play will begin at 1.30 p.m. CLAYFIELD. The home-and-home match arranged for next Saturday between tho Clayfield and East Brisbane clubs has been postponed to a date to be fixed. BRISBANE CLUB 7. CLAYFIELD. Tho following wUl represent the Bris- bane Club In the match against Clay- field on the latter's green thi...

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MUST CHANGE OWNERSHIP. Suburban Titles, RECORD ENTRY OF 375. By "TOP SPIN." [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933

MUST CHANGE OWNERSHIP. Suburban Titles, RECORD ENTRY OF 375. Bv "TOP SPIN." Although a record entry of 375 has been received for the Suburban champion- ships, it Is not expected that the general «tandnrd of tennis w11! bo as high as that of last year, when the Suburban rank« were strengthened by the presence of R. O. Cummings, S. Howard, M. Cranfield, and Miss Hardcastle, who have since migrated to Milton. All of theso players annexed one title or the other, so this year most of the opon championships are certain to chango ownership. For the men's singles an entry of 15 has been received. S. Howard Is the present holder, but he Is not now eligible to compete. On form during the season U Fogarty and C, Dixon would appear to have the best prospects, with R. Skov, C. Rufus, Dr. M'Gregor, and W. Hunter having an outside chance. Others who have entered are: R. N. A. Hunt, W. Love, P. R. Love, C. Wiltshire, J. M'Baron, R. Stone, V. A. Henry, P. E. Bower, and S. W. Tait. Dixon was runner-u...

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

ROWE'S CAFE, Special Presentation OF Spring Fashions by PAULS, Tuesday Afternoon, 5th September, at 3 p.m. ROWE'S CAFE. Edward Street, BRISBANE. 'Phone B3433. QUEENSLAND SENTIMENT -is becoming a dominating force. More and more Queenslanders are insisting; ' on Queensland goods. Thousands of men and women to-day demand that their wearables, eatables, usables, and drinkables be Queenaland made. When EVERYBODY does this Queensland and everybody ia, it will be prosperous. HIGHFIELD TEA owneo. Blended-* Packed Distributed-* Bold by Queenslandors. The finest quality and the best flavoured tea in all Australia. rrtr yumma #^M/I¥îi Stëiïft ®r & by *.ST£v£ *i BE SURE YOU DO CET LIFEBUOY Substitutes cannot give you real protection THE huge success of Lifebuoy Soap all over the world has encouraged numerous sub- stitutes. These soaps have no name behind them -nothing to guarantee that they give you any protection. In a matter as vital as this you must have a soap that is utterly reliab...

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GRIP ON INDUSTRIES ELECTRICITY SUPPLY. MEMBER'S ALLEGATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933

GRIP ON INDUSTRIES ELECTRICITY SUPPLY. MEMBER'S ALLEGATIONS. The City Electric Light Company, Ltd., which supplied electricity for in- dustrial power and lighting to a large portion of Southern Queensland, was endeavouring to get a grip of the in- dustrial concerns of that part of the State. The Government should do all in its power to prevent such mono- polies from getting a stranglo-hold of the State's industries. Tlie Electric Light and Power Bill, forecast in the Governor's Speech at the opening of Parliament, should be Introduced as soon as posible, Mr. D. A. Glcdson (Government, Ipswich) said in Pniiia. ment yesterday. Tlie company, he said, held ,Orders in-Council to supply electricity as far as Helidon. Its lines carried power to Marburg, Rosewood, Laidley, and Gatton. An application had been made for an Order-in-Council to sun ply electricity to south coast districts as far as the border of New South Wales. With the exception of a few Ipswich shareholders the Ipswich Electr...

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QUEEN AT BALMORAL LONDON, August 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933

QUEEN AT BALMORAL LONDON, August 28. Her Majesty the Queen to-day ended her visit to her daughter and son-in law, the Princess Royal and Lord Harewood, and left Yorkshire by train for Deeside, where she will rejoin the King at Balmoral Castle.

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

Sensational Purchase of IMPORTED GOLF HOSE All Wool, Wool and Silk quali- ties-medium and light weight smart designs, from 3/11 All Sizes. Se« Window». Stocks arc limited-call urgently. ROTHWELLS Outfitting Ltd. Edward St., Brisbane N.-B. TOUT Bottled by «-' ßobert Porter and Co Cid. Condon, and. Cwerpooi* ¿very Genuine bottle oPout Dog GuintmarStout bean a label shoving (he «hole body of a Hull Dog THE BRISBANE AMATEUR TURF CLUB. RACES AT ALBION PARK TO-DAY (WEDNESDAY), AUGUST 30th, 1933. EIGHT RACES. FIRST RACE, 1.15 P.M. REGULAR TRAM SERVICE EVERY FEW MINUTES TO THE GATES. J. F. CHESHIRE, Secretary. A GOOD TIME FOP. THE BEST WHISKY a ight A TIRING journey home . . . fagged after busy day ... and cold. Comforting thoug -a drop of whisky waiting. It is important that the whisky be Dowar's-the finest of Scotch ... a perfect prelude to the evening meal . . . the day's difficulties dispelled . . . the morrow's placed in their true perspective. '5fThe illustration shows the Cairngorm F...

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MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE COURIER-MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933

MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. TO THE EDITOR OP THE COURIER-MAIL. Sir,-Relative to your news item headed "Civic Unity Beached-Anti Labour Forces Ready for Elections,' and your paragraph reading, "Unity has been achieved at a meeting among the anti-Labour forces In the Bris- bane City Council," let me say that the 'composition of the present council, when elected, were aldermen represent- ing the N.D.C., Civic Reform, Labour, and Progress Associations. At a by-election I was returned as a Non-Party alderman, and I am the only Non-Party alderman in the coun- cil. I was not present at the meet- ing referred to, nor had I any know- ledge of or Invitation to attend the meeting. I have no knowledge of any party other than that gleaned n conversation with the Lord Mayor, consequently I have not made any de- cision In relation to any possible action in relation to the next election. -I am, sir, esc, ARTHUR E. CURTIS (Alderman). City Council, August 29.

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