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AMBULANCE BENEFIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

AMBULANCE BENEFIT. I The funds of the Wynnum centre of the Queensland Ambulance Transport Brigade, will be augmented as the result of a successful social arranged by the com- bined efforts of the Hemmant-Llndum Ladles* Ambulance sub-committee, and the Wynnum Ambulance benefits committee, held In the Hemmant School of Arts on Saturday night. Mesdames J. Hogg, T. W. Smith, W. Greene. F. Clark, sen.. F. Clark, Jun., H. Skiller, and P. Murphy, were assisted by Mrs. L. V. M'Lauchlnn, Messrs. R. M'Carthy, L. V. M'Lauchlan, j W. Webb, and H. Skiller. Mr. E. M'Mahon directed the dance music. Mr. J. G. Bayley, M.L.A., made the presen- tations to prize winners.

Publication Title: Courier-Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
GIVE CONCERTS. Improve Orchestras. SIR H. HARTY ENGAGED LONDON, August 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

GIVE CONCERTS. Improve Orchestras. SIR H. HARTY ENGAGED. LONDON, August 26. On behalf of the Australian Broad- casting Commission Mr. Arthur Mason has engaged Sir Hamilton Harty to conduct orchestral concerts in Aus- tralia Sir Hamilton Harty has been per- manent conductor of the Halle orches- tra, Manchester, since 1920. This dis- tinguished musician, who waa born in 1880, has many notable works to his name as a composer, inciuciiiig An Irish Symphony, Comedy Overture, With the Wild Geese (orchestra), and many piano, violin, and xello solos. He will leave for Australia in April. In an interview, Sir Hamilton Harty said he had never been to Australia. He was charmed with the prospect. "Nothing so attracts any musician as forming a first-class orchestra." he said. He had the greatest pdmiintion for Australian musicians and vocalists, and would do his best to improve Aus- tralian orchestras. He would stay in Australia two years.

Publication Title: Courier-Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
INSULL ARRESTED. WANTED IN CHICAGO. ATHENS, August 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

INSULL ARRESTED. WANTED IN CHICAGO. ATHENS, August 26. Mr. Samuel Insull, the former Chicago business magnate, «rho has been seeking asylum in Greece for some months, has been arrested at the request of the United States Government. [On his arrival in Athens last Oc- tober Mr. Insull was detained by the police, but later was released. Indict- ments, alleging embezzlement and lar- ceny, were returned in Chicago against Mr. Insull, who formerly controlled American companies, with a total capital of £500,000,000. Similar indict- ments were íeturned against Mr Martin Insull (a brother of Mr Samuel Insull) and warrants were issued for their arrests.]

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
OUTLET TO SEA FOR AUSTRAIA. Italian Concessions. REPORTED AGREEMENT IN PRINCIPLE. It is reported that an agreement in principle between Signor Mussolini and Dr. Dollfuss provides for Austria being given an outlet to the sea at Trieste, and for the her goods to be given preferential treatment in Italy. (Australian Press Association.) ROME, August 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

OUTLET TO SEA FOR AUSTRIA. Italian Concessions. REPORTED AGREEMENT IN PRINCIPLE. II Is reported that an agreement in principle between Signor mus- solini and Dr. Dollfuss provides for Austria being given an outlet to the sea at Trieste, and for her goods to be given preferential treatment in Italy, (Australian Press Association.) ROME, August 27. Reports are in circulation of a far reaching agreement between Italy and Austria, but it is reliably stated that the agreement exists only in principle, and Is the result of ihe conversations between Signor Mussolini and Dr. Dollfuss. Possibly the agreement reached will form the basis of a discussion 'or a lefinite under- standing. The proposals are that Austria will be slven an outlet to the sea through ? the free zone of Trieste, and will thus be oble« lo establish a mer- cantile marine, which will oper- ate from that port. Austrian goods imported into Italy will be given special advantages in the form of "arirf reductions and preferences...

Publication Title: Courier-Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
FRACTURED SKULL. Road Race Casualties. ROCKHAMPTON, August 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

FRACTURED SKULL. Road Race Casualties. ROCKHAMPTON, August 27. Two road races were run this morn- ' ing, and in each the cyclist came down and was badly injured. In the Gracemere road race Richard Franklin's machine touched another competitor's bicycle. Franklin fell, ' fracturing his skull. He was taken to hospital. | In the Bouldercombe road race Roy Higgins fell heavily, sustaining a con- tused wound on the left arm and abrasions on the left thigh and left shoulder. '

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
GOVERNMENT MORALLY BOUND. PAYMENT OF INTEREST. LONDON, August 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

GOVERNMENT MORALLY BOUND. PAYMENT OF INTEREST. LONDON, August 26. The financial editor of the "Daily Telegraph" states that even should the board of the Southland Electric Com- pany adhere to Its reported decision to pay all interest in New Zealand cur- rency, the New Zealand Government would appear to be morally bound to make up the c'.ifferencc.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
TO 20 YEARS. NERANG LOAN EXTENDED. SOUTHPORT, August 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

TO 20 YEARS. NERANG LOAN EXTENDED. SOUTHPORT, August 27. The term of the loan for £3750, with subsidy for a like amount, recently granted to the Nerang Shire Council for street works and drainage, is to be extended from 10 to 20 years. This will reduce the annual payment for interest and redemption from £424 to £263. This intimation was received from the Treasury in response to a request from the council that the term be ex- tended from 10 to 30 years.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
STATION 4BC (252 Metres). [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

STATION 4BC (252 Metros). MONDAY.-6.30 a.m. to 8 p.m.: Music; news; music; women's session; luncheon music; news; market report; address by tho Lady Mayoress (Mrs. J. W, Greene); afternoon session; children's session; din- ner music. 8.O.-Musical programme; relay from 2UW of address by Mr. W. M. Hughes; music; birthday calls; news; music. .

Publication Title: Courier-Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
BODY IN CREEK. Left Home in Pyjamas. SYDNEY, August 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

BODY IN CREEK. Left Home in Pyjamas. SYDNEY, August 27. Albert John Hellmers (35), gard- ener, was drowned in Prospect Creek, Canley Vale, this morning. He left home in his pyjamas while his wife was asleep, and when she awoke and gave the alarm to some neighbours a search was made on the bank of the creek about 25 yards from his house. Hellmer's pyjama coat was found, and later the police recovered his body from the river.

Publication Title: Courier-Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
BROADCASTING. NATIONAL STATIONS. 4QG (Wavelength, 395 Metres) and 4RK (329). MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

BEOADCASTING. NATIONAL STATIONS. 4QG (Wavelength, 395 Metres) and 4RK (329). MONDAY. 7 30 am-Music, weather, cables, news, music 8 30 -Close 110 -The dally broadcast service 11 40 -Popular educational talk * Pro historic Jerusalem " by Canon D J Gar- land (Rural Dean of Brisbane) 12 0 -Music 1 0 -Markets, weather, news, muslo 2 0 -Close 3 0 -Music 4 30 -Close 6 0 -For the children, ' The Bandman" has a talk with a lion 6 20-Shipping, train, and mall news. 6 30 -Early dinner music 6 45 -Late markets, commercial news, weather I 7 0 -A talk on ' Gardening," by * Te- coma " 7 15 -Late dinner music 7 20-Early sporting session 7 30-Popular educational talk, "Life In space and time . part 7 ' How long will Ufo continue on the earth," by Professor E J Goddard, B A , D So I 7 45 -Late sporting notes 7 50 -News 8 0 -The eighth of the 1B33 season's old- ' time dance nights from the South Bris- bane Technical Hall Assisting artists Forrest Pearson (tenor) and Isobel May- nard (soprano) 1015 -La...

Publication Title: Courier-Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
NORTHERN TOUR. Melbourne Schoolboys. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

NORTHERN TOUR. Melbourne Schoolboys. A party of 33 boys from Scotch Col- lege, Melbourne, arrived in Brisbane by the Kyogle mail train yesterday after- noon in the charge of two masters of the school, Messrs. R. G. Clayton and L. Oldfield. The party, which will tour the North, left by the Townsville mail train last night. ' The tour, which is being conducted under the auspices of the Queensland Government Tourist Bureau, will in- clude visits to Townsville and Magnetic Island, Gordonvale, Lake Barrine, Yungaburra, Mt. Hypipanee crater, Kuranda. Cairns, the Barron Falls, and Green Island. The party will return to Brisbane on September 7, and will leave for the South, via Toowoomba, on the following day. Last year a party of 32 from the school visited the Barrier Reef.

Publication Title: Courier-Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Another Everest Attempt. (Australian Press Association.) LONDON, August 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

Another Everest Attempt. (Australian Press Association.) LONDON. Aueust 26. Mr. Hugh Ruttledge (the leader of the recent Mt. Everest expedition), ac- companied by Mr. P. S. Smythe (a pro- minent member of the party), has ar- rived in London. In an interview, he said he hoped to lead another at- tempt on Mt. Everest in 1935. |

Publication Title: Courier-Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
IPSWICH. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

IPSWICH. Mrs. O. Boettcher, Limestone Street, Is spending several weeks' holiday in South- port. Mrs. A. Junor and Miss Molly Junor will return to Kyogle to-day, after a few weeks' holiday with Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Forbes, Nicholas Street. Mrs. F. Wild (Booval) is spending a holi- day in Mackay, as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. Napier. Twenty-two tables were occupied at the Ipswich Croquet Club house, at a success- ful bridge party. The president (Mrs. M. W. Haenke), received the guests, and tro- phies were won by Mesdames L. Campbell and R. Sellars. At night Mrs. Haenke again received the guests, when the younger people enjoyed dancing. A morning tea was held in the Soldiers' Memorial Hall, in aid of the Golden Wattle Chapter of the Order of the Eastern Star. It was organised by Mrs. J. New- borough. A programme was contributed by Mesdames Lawes, S. Dowsett, C. Ross, Ferguson, Brown, R. Allen, and Misses Graham and Gibson. Success attended the morning tea held in St. Andrew's Presbyte...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

LAW STATIONERY OUR stocks of Law Stationery aie the most completo and up to date in the State Our lange includes Oxford Border Papor and Legal Envelopes, Plnlt Tape, Gieen Silk Bodkins, Sealing "Wax, Seals, Webb Straps, Brief Cases and Legal Torms. rull particulars and prices on application O'SULLIVAN oésála PAPER RftÄWS J /~>.s¿ MERCHANTS Ï %¡Y'¡f *»*/* Commercial S^-sàl State STATIONERS ^^^Q»ZW9tm 48 Pages of News Short Stories, Jokes, Articles beautiful Photographs, Sec, Sec, In The Queenslander every Thursday. Price Sixpence Order from your News- agent Fancy Electric Light Shades and Glass« are. See the latest 3 or 5 light Celling Fittings with Brackets to match. HAMMOND Electric Clocks. Very distinctive models, & Priced as low as 37/6. READING LAMPS, in a big variety of Colours & Designs. Rollo Jugs, Toasters, & ^^ irons, only 25/6 each. "HECLA" ^^KtÜs4J also KettlM» Grillcrs, Urns, Domestic Appliances, ^^^^sSr ctCi Always Consult Us Before Bujlng You...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

COMPETENCY Gained by EXPERIENCE. Experience, we aro told, Is a great educator. Tho ver- acity of this is proved in the growth and progress this company has made over the past 48 years. In that time It has accumu- lated a wealth of experi- ence, and evolved syste- matic methods, whose soundness Is proved by the Increasing public confi- dence this Company en Joys. That It has competently cared for other people's Estates Is evidence that this Company can caro competently for yours. Name it Trustee and Execu- tor in your will. Free Booklet sent on request. COMPANY of WÜST. LTD. 400 QUEEN ST. BRISBANE

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

I Ample Funds Available for advances to purchase pro- perty, renovato or improve pro- perty, or to erect new buildings. Easy terms of repayment, con- currently covering interest and reducing principal. The Brisbane Permanent Building and Banking Company, Limited, 141 ADELAIDE STREET. F. W. G. ANNAND, Manager.

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

QN BANK THE ESTABLISHED 1872. HEAD OFFICE at BRISBANE. DIRECTORS: Jas. Love, Esq., Chairman, W. H. Hart, Esq., M. J. Ryan, Esq., F. E. Loxton, Esq., Wm. A. Jolly, Esq., C.M.G. GENERAL MANAGER, M. G. Haymcn. AUTHORISED CAPITAL.£2,000,000 SUBSCRIBED CAPITAL.£1,750,000 CAPITAL PAID UP.£1,750,000 RESERVE FUND.£860,000 interminable Inscribed Deposit Stock, £3,015,095/10/1. BRANCHES: London, Canberra (Federal Territory), Melbourne, Sydney, and throughout Queensland. ADVANCES made. Fixed Deposits received, and all other Banking Business transacted. Agencies through- out Australasia and the World.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LONDON MEAT TRADE. WEEKLY QUOTATIONS. LONDON, August 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

LONDON MEAT TRADE. WEEKLY QUOTATIONS. LONDON, August 28. The following is a list of the approxi- mate average prices realised for meat for the past week, based on actual transac- tions of wholesale quantities of the de- scriptions of moat mentioned, and are for representative parcels of the goods of- fered during the week, being for business done on the basis of delivered to Smith- field market and/or ex London stores Where prices vary from those of the pre- vious week the latter rates are given in parentheses - _ SHEEP. NEW ZEALAND.-Canterbury and North Island, selected, crossbred wethers and malden ewes 48-561b, 434d (4?ad ); 57 641b. 414d <4d), 65-721b, 3%d (3?4d), North Island crossbred wethers and malden ewes 48-561b, 454d (414d ): 17 641b, 4d (3'4d), 65-721b 33id (3%d ), ewes, under 481b, 3»4d (314d), 48-65lb, 33"d (3'4d), 65-721b, 3'4d (3d) AUSTRALIAN,-First quality, crossbred, and/or merino wethers 40-651b (3»4d (3'4d); second quality 36-551b, 37'bcI (334d ) ewes,...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE SHARE MARKET [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

THE SHARE MARKET« The following particulars are given with regard to Investment stock quoted on the Brisbane Stock Exchange on Saturday, the yield to Investors1 being cal- culated on the mean between the buying and selling prices: a a ?: .! TJA ia co TRADING COYS. Allan and Stark, ord. 1 - - 14/ - A. Hordern and Sons, ord. . . 1 - 10/3 10/6 -, Do., pref. ... 1 - - - - Aust. I. Se Steel, pref. 1 - 15/3 15/6 - Broken Hill Pty. 1 10 - - - Brown & Broad, ord. 1 - - 6/6 - Carrlck's, Ltd. . 1 - 9/ - - City Elec, ord., old. 1 8 32/ - 4% City Elec, 7 p.c., pref. 1 7 28/ 30/ 4% C'gatta El. Sup., pref. 1 8 21/. - 714 Dunlop Rubber, ord. 1 3 17/1014 18/3 311 Drug Houses of » Aust .... 1 214 - - - E. G. Eager, pref. 1 8 - - - Elec. Const., ord. 1 8 20/ - 714 DO., 2nd pref. 1 8 20/6 - 7'/4 Elec. Zinc, ord. 1 - 22/5 - - E. Rich and Co. 13/4 - 3/8 - - Evans, Deakin, pref. 1 714 - 19/6 814 Fairymead Sugar 1 8 - 28/9 5% Finney, Isles . . 1 6 - 22/6 5% Gibson Se Howes 1 - 23/6 - - Goldsbrough...

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CANNON HILL STOCK SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

CANNON HILL STOCK SALES. The following is the draw for the sales to be held at Cannon Hill to-day. The figures In parentheses denote the number of owners: Cattle. Sheep. Lambs, Dalgety and Co., Ltd. ;. 102(2) 2590(2) 40(1) Martin Snelling 257(4) - - Q.P.P.C.A.. Ltd. .. 24(1) 366(3) 100(1) Wlnchcombe, Car- son, Ltd. .. 76(1) 400(3) 110(1) Fenwick and Co. 48(3) -- - Mactaggarts' CA., Ltd. 19(1) - - 526(12) 3356(9) 250(3)

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