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GALLERY NOTES. Doomed to Destruction RAILWAY SUPERANNUATION REPEAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 31 August 1933
GALLERY NOTES. Doomed to Destruction -» RAILWAY SUPERANNUA- TION REPEAL. lu ^aln doth Kenny rage and Morgan flame with frenzied zeal, Railway superannuation's doomed by Caucus to repeal. All tracks were cleared in the Legis- lative Assembly yesterday for the Gov- ernment's Bill to repeal the Railway Superannuation Acts, 1930 to 1032, and to dissolve the Railway Superannua- tion Board. As we run our Bills in divi- sions, as the Townsville mail train runs, the Ministerial express, with tho Premier acting as engineer and the Speaker putting the brakes on mem- bers every now and then, did not get very far yesterday. It stopped at ali stations, and the rival train-crew ou the other side of the Chamber, led by ex-Railway Minister Morgan and Guard Kenny, tried to obstruct the track every few yards, generally doing their utmost to delay the Premier's ex. press. The Premier, in a few well-chosen words, which seemed to throw grave doubts on Mr. Morgan's efficiency as an accountant, said that ...
SHOP BETTING. Sydney Conference. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 31 August 1933
SHOP BETTING. Sydney Conference. A iUßgcstloii that the conference of State Ministers, which is to deal with the problem of shop betting, should be held In Sydney in Sep- tember has been received by the Home Secretary (Mr. E. M. Hanlon) from the Government of New South W.iles. Mr. Hanlon said yesterday that Queensland would be represented at the conference. If his Parliamentary duties per- mitted, he would represent the State; if no1, an offircr of h;s Department would attend.
CITY PROPERTIES. Burden of Taxation. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 31 August 1933
CITY PROPERTIES. Burden of Taxation. The burden of taxation on city properties was emphasised yesterday by Mr. W F. Cameron, who appeared for the Colonial Sugar Reflning Co.. Ltd., in an appeal against the Federal Tax Department's assessment on- the company's property in Eagle Street. In answer to a member of the Fed- eral Land Valuation Board, which heard the appeal, Mr. Cameron said that the Federal and State Govern- ments and ¿he Brisbane City Council were eating away the value of proper- ties by excessive taxation.
BUTTER PRICES. EQUALISATION SCHEME. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 31 August 1933
BUTTER PRICES. EQUALISATION SCHEME. Generally, the other States had acquiesced in the Australian butter price equalisation scheme, the Minister for Agriculture and Stock (Mr. F. W. Bulcock) said, when he was asked by Mr. H. F. Walker (Opposition, Cooroora) in the Legislative Assembly yesterday, if the State had refused to join the proposed Federal butter pool. Victoria was the only exception, Mr. Bulcock said. The Victorian Cabinet had given consideration to the question, but had not yet arrived at a decision. Mr. Walker: Just what we expected !
TO-DAY'S GARDEN HINT. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 31 August 1933
TO-DAY'S GARDEN HINT. Bulbs such as gladioli and lillum may be planted now. In planting the gladioli bulbs it is better to plant for succession flowcrlns, a dozsn or two dozen to-dny and the same number every two weeks. Gladioli flower in 80 to 00 days after planting the bulb, and will succeed in any coil properly culti- vated and manured, but a soil containing some sand Is the best for them. Lillums should be planted where the bulbs are protected from the full rays of the sun, preferably among plants in a border.
ECONOMIC PROBLEMS AT THE CONFERENCE. The Drift Towards Controlled Production. LONDON, July 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 31 August 1933
ECONOMIC PROBLEMS AT THE CONFERENCE. The Drift Towards Controlled Production* (By Professor Douglas Copland.) LONDON, July 1?. At first, one half of the work of tlie Conference was devoted to economic discussions, When the stab- ilisation storm burst, monetary prob- lems receded from the ptctuie. Un- fortunately the most useful economic discussions were also virtually aban- doned. For the view taken on tariffs, restrictions, and subsidies by Euro- pean countries, notably Prance and Italy, was that there could be no satisfactory discussions on these matters while currencies were un- stable. Countries must be free to pro- tect their trade balances by tariffs and other weapons. Further, these weapons were necessary for defending national trade against the invasion of goods from countries with depreciating cur- rencies. So all prospects of freeing international trade were destroyed, and the Conference was finally left with the problems that arise under the heading of "Co-ordination of P...
BIGAMY CHARGE WOMAN REMANDED. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 31 August 1933
BIGAMY CHARGE WOMAN REMANDED. "I met the defendant in October and married her on March 13, believing her to be a spinster. She did not tell me, until these proceedings were com- menced, that she was a married woman, I am still living with her as man and wife." This statement was made in the Police Court, yesterday, before Mr. P. M. Hishon, P.M., by Frederick Roland Tubb, of Petrie Terrace, when Kath- leen Jacobson (25), housewife, was charged with having gone through the form of marriage with Tubb while she was lawfully married to Walter George Jacobson. Plain Clothes Constable L. J. Beahan staled that in a house at Petrie Ter- race, on June 15, the defendant In- formed him that she was married to Jacobson, at Townsville, on May l8, 1925, and that she had not seen her husband since he left her in 1930. - Sylvia Myra Saddler, a major in the Salvation Army, stated that she per- formed the ceremony of marriage be- tween the defendant and Tubb, on March 13 last, before proper witnesses....
RESTITUTION ORDERED. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 31 August 1933
RESTITUTION ORDERED. "I am glad you have made arrange- ments to repay the money," said Mr. H. L. Archdall, C.B.E., C.P.M., when William Patrick Davies (23), labourer, on remand, appeared in the Police Court yesterday on a charge of steal- ing 15/, the property of Herbert Ed- ward Skinner. Defendant, said Detective Senlor sergeant F. B. Kearney, was given 15/ by tne plaintiff to purchase bottles, and when he . returned he had neither money nor bottles. Defendant was formally convicted and ordered to make restitution of the amount. ' seven .u-.-u. tu mum ivamuiiiull Ul ¿lit' it. in default imprisonment for days.
INSTRUMENTS OF GAMING. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 31 August 1933
INSTRUMENTS OF GAMING. % Charged with having had instru- ments of gaming in his possession at Wellington Road, East Brisbane, on August 5, George Ware (42), clerk, appeared in the Police Court yester- day, before Mr. P. M. Hishon, P.M. Mr. C. Maguire (Messrs. Chrystal and Maguire) appeared for the defendant, who pleaded guilty, and was fined £10, in default one month's imprison- ment. No evidence, was offered against Hubert Keogh (30^,, labourer, on a charge that he was found in a com- mon gaming house, and he was dis- charged.
SEQUESTRATION ORDER. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 31 August 1933
SEQUESTRATION ORDER. On the application of the petition- ing creditor, John Brazier, of Too- woomba, his Honour Mr. Justice E A. Douglas, sitting in ? Federal bank ruptcy jurisdiction yesterday! made a sequestration order against Thomas Robert Porter, oi Toowoomba, con- tractor. The debt, including costs, was £531/3/3, and represented the amount of an unsatisfied judgment obtained against the debtor in the Supreme Court. Mr. J. F. Lynam (Instructed by Messrs. O'shea, O'shea, Corser, and Wadley, town agents for Mr. B J. Beime, Toowoomba) appeared for the petitioning creditor.
DOCTOR'S CLAIM SUCCEEDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 31 August 1933
DOCTOR'S CLAIM SUCCEEDS. Judgment for the plaintiff for £35/ 15/ and £3/19/ costs was given by Mr. H. L. Archdall, C.B.E., C P.M., in the Magistrate's Court 'yesterday in the case in which Dr. Hugh M'Lelland, of Wickham Terrace, Brisbane, sued Mrs. M. J. Duff, a married woman having separate estate, for £36/15/ for profes- sional services íendered by the plain- tiff, as a medical practitioner, to the defendant during November and December, 1931. Mr. H. H. Stone (Messrs. Stephens and Tozer) appeared for the plaintiff, and Mr. W. G. Mack instructed by Messis. Tully and Wilson appeared lor the defendant.
RIVER SIDE SCHEME. IMPROVING HAMILTON ROAD. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 31 August 1933
RIVER SIDE SCHEME. IMPROVING HAMILTON ROAD. One important work which the city works executive (Alderman E. Lanham) considers might be given at- tention shortly is the provision of a 3tons wall along the Hamilton Road, from a point near the old Hamilton Council Chambers to the Cold Stores. Financial provision for building such a wall, he explained, yesterday, had not been made on the allocation of works, but he was going into the question with the city engineer (Mr. E. F. Gilchrist), and felt sure that it would have the approval of all aldermen, as it would be of utility as well as providing a fine rlver-s'.de drive. If the council approved of the scheme he intended to place It oe fore the Department of Labour and Industry so that financial assistance might be given for it, apart from the present subsidy loan already provid- ed for relief works. If that were agreed to work could be found on a very useful project for up to 200 men at a time.