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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 31 August 1933
PROPERTY TO LET, WANTED. S MALES. B2564. Yeronga, bungalow, Í beds., dining, lounge, elcc. stove, en, bath. basin, garage, nice garden. 25/ wk, S MALES. B2564. Hed Hill, newly renov., near tram, 3 beds., dining, breakfast room, gas stove, e. light. 17/6 wit._ OMALES. B2564. Corinda, bungalow, i (J beds., living-room, cn. bath, basin, eel tubs, e. light, s.o. ver.. 18/6 wk._ QMALESt. B2564. Virginia, new bungalow; near train, 2 beds., dining Se lounge arched, en. bath, e. light, Iront ver., i allots. Only 15/ wk. S MALES. B2564. Wilston, handy home, 3 beds., dining, lounge with fire recess, en. bath, set tubs, ver., bus passes, 17/6 wk. rp O let, at Yeronga, paddock containing ?*. 23 acres, suitable for dairying. Apply Luya. Julius (Pty.). Ltd.. Eagle Street. mo let, Weet End, comfortable residence J- with all conveniences, 25/ p.w., also Auchenflower. 7-roomod house, 3 bed- rooms, 22/C p.w. o. T. Bennett St Co., 332 Queen Street._ WANTED for recommended tenant, fur- nished home, 4 b...
TOOWOOMBA. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 31 August 1933
TOOWOOMBA. Mr nnd Mrs T Palmer (Offham) and Mrs Palmer (Mt Pleasant) who have been stajlng at the Club Hotel left yes- terday by car on theil return to the West . Mr and Mrs Stuart Tait have returned to Brisbane from a \lslt to Toowoomba Mrs Wolfgang Hunt and her daughter Mis Taylor lei* ye&terday for Iiuc-ell where they will be the guests of Mr and Mrs Duncan Sinclair at Traaer s Creek Dr and Mis E Ford vho ha\e been staying at the Club Hotel returned to Brisbane yesterday Mrs Russell Brown and Miss Brown ha\e returned to Auchenflower from a visit to Toowoomba Miss Mary E\a (eldest daughter of Canon and Mrs A F Ela Roma) has left for Brisbane to Join the nursing staff at St Martins Hospital Prior to her depar- ture from Roma Miss Eva was fare-veiled by members of the Girl Guides Church ol England Girls Club members if the Church Choir, and Sund-vy School teach- ers Miss G Taylor who has been staying with Mr and Mrs A Warland at Vrst brook has left on her return to Bo illa M...
DRAMATIC CIRCLE. PRESENTS PROGRAMME. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 31 August 1933
DRAMATIC CIRCLE. MtESENTS PROGKAMME. Members of the Dramatic Circle pro- vided the programme for the lort liightly meeting of the Town and Country Women's Club, held in the club rooms last evening. Mrs- . - L. Gyles is the convener of the circle and Miss Ruby Massey is the . pro- ducer, and the success of the enter- tainment was due to their efforts. The programme comprised a one act fantasy and two o.nc-act comedies. The first mentioned was "The Patch- work Quilt" (Field), which was well carried out in' every detail, the play- ers including Mesdames H. Cameron, R. Cullen, L. 'Gyles, Ebbles, Misses June Chrystal and Iris Abraham, and Mr. W. Ebbles. In the two comedies the players included Mesdames E. G. Tucker, R. Cullen, H. Eklund, W. Ebbles, Ford, L. Gyles, Haslam, Misses Joyce Pirie, and 'Ruby Blocksldge, Those who took part in the programme were club members, excepting Mr. W. Ebbles, Misses June Chrystal, Iris Abraham, and Joyce Pirie, who kindly gave their assistance. The music...
DOROTHY DIX Career-Mad Wife Who Married Home-Loving Man—Any Girl Can Get Her Man, Thinks Dorothy Dix—Jealous Wife. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 31 August 1933
Career-Mad Wife Who Married Home-Loving Man-Any Girl Can Get Her Man, Thinks Dorothy Dix-Jealous Wife. T)EAR MISS DIX.-Several years ago I married a young woman who was a teacher Of course, I naturally thought that she would make the kind of wife who was a homemaker and who wanted children, but I find out that the only thing she cares for is her pro- fession. She hates to keep house. She will not have children and she is away from home now, studying so that she can teach next year. I am amply able to support her in comfort and give her everything she wants, and I want a home aud a family. What shall I do? A DISAPPOINTED HUSBAND. ANSWER : Tlie only thing you can do with a career-crazed woman is to let her go and try it. Sometimes, when she finds out that the price she has to pay for a career is husband and home and babies, she realises what a poor bargain she is making and turns back to the better worth- while things, and is thereafter a contented wife and mother. SOMETIMES the caree...
IN TWO MONTHS. TRANSFER OF COMPANY. MT. ISA OPERATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 31 August 1933
IN TWO MONTHS. TRANSFER OF COMPANY. MT. ISA OPERATIONS. "The transfer of the Mount Isa (Queens- land) company from New South Wales to Brisbane will, I think, be completed In the course of the next two months," said the chairman of the company (Mr. J. p. Blalklo Webster) yesterday. "When that Is done the woblc of the Mount Isa business will be concentrated in > Queensland." Commenting on the announcement In the "Courier-Mall" yesterday regarding the results of operations for tho period ended Juno 30, 1932, Mr. Webster said that dur- ing that period the expenditure actually exceeded revenue by £326,000 apart from capital expenditure directly chargeable as such. But the restricted operations dur- ing that period were conducted under ab- normal conditions of production, and parallel with those operations work con- tinued on the completion of the plant and In tuning It up for efficient production. After full consideration and reference to the company's advisers, he stated, it was deci...
FISH MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 31 August 1933
FISH MABKET. Tlio following prices were realised at tho Brisbane Fish Market yesterday:-5 a.m sale: Mixed mullet. 9/6 to, A/ per tray; medium mullel, 10/6 to 11/9; mul- let, 12/3 to 12/9; medium tailor, 8/3; tailor, 10/0 to 11/3; small whiting, 6/6; mixed whiting. 8/ to 10/; medium whit- ing, 12/ to 13/: whiting. 14/3 to 20/3; mixed bream, 10/6; medium bream, 10/9 to 12/9; bream, 14/9 to 18/; gar, 35/6 to 20/; flathead, 41id. to 41id. per lb.; medium snapper, 7d. to 714d.; snapper, 6d. to 614d.; cod, 5d.; nanygai, 6d. to 714d.; squire, 814d. to fld. li a.m. sale: Mullet, 13/9 to 17/3 per case; medium mullet, 11/ to 13/9; bream, 9/ to 12/3; whiting, 14/6 to 20/; medium whiting, 10/ to 14/6; mixed whiting, 7/; flat- head, 4d. to 4',4d. per lb.; school mackerel, 5d. to Olid.; crabs, 1/ to 1/3 each.
GLUT IN APPLES. ENGLISH MARKET. HEAVY AUSTRALIAN CROPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 31 August 1933
GLUT IN APPLES. ENGLISH MARKET. HEAVY AUSTRALIAN CROPS. Indiscriminate handling of the export trade In apples, which caused large quali- ties to arrive In England over a short period, Is, in the opinion of Mr. Dugald Clark, the causa of the low prices ruling in England. Mr. Clark Is a member of the Arm of Clark and Jesser, who aro prominent dealers In fruit In Brisbane. Yesterday ho said that there had been very heavy crops of apples in all the Australian States this year, which made It necessary to use steamers which did not have special insulation for the storage of the fruit for the export trade. Consequently the fruit was not In Its best condition when It arrived In England. Some of the Australian exporters of apples, whoso fruit arrived in England In the early part of the season, did make a profit, he said, but during tho latter part of May, and In Juno and July, the quantity of apples which arrived In England was far greater than the English market was able to con- sume, and t...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 31 August 1933
Tilled with admhalion foi the medical sei vic t, icifoimed bv the Ausliahan Inland Mission and foi the woik of the Countiy Womens Association, Lady Allai dyce, who Is visiting Austiaiia fiom England letumed fiom the Noith bv ah early this week Her tour embiaced the Noithem tablelands, Towns- ville, Clcncuny and Mt Isa Lady Allardvce is a niembei of the Council of the Victoria League in England She intends lemaining in Biisbane until next week
FOREIGN EXCHANGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 31 August 1933
FOBEIGN EXCHANGE. Telegraph transfers, August 30. B. \B. London, £A to Stg. 100 125 125,4 New Zealand, £A to N.2!. 100. 100 -? Pill, £A to £F10O .. .. lil 11314 fAmstcrdam, florins to £A 6.429 6.229 îBatavia, "florins" to" £*À 6.382 6Í207 1 Berlin, marks to £A .. - 10.435 tBrussels, belgas to £A 18.575 17.975 tGcneva, francs to £A. 13.365 12.965 fHongkong, pence A to dollar.20% 2Ute flndla and Ceylon, ponce A to rupee. 22oi(¡ 2214 tMllan, lire to £A .. .. 49.35 47.35 fMontreal, dollars to £A 3.86 3.76 fNoumea. francs to £A 67.09 63.34 INoW York, dollar to £A 3.6514 3.59 tPapeete. francs to £A 67.09 63.54 1 Paris, francs to £A .. 66.09 64.09 j-Shanghal, pence to dol- lar . I8l5s= 19Î32 tYokoliama, pence to dollar. - 1814 B represents buying, and S represents selling. * Irregular. t Bank of New South Wales quotations; subject to alteration without notice, LONDON RATES. The following weio the rates of exchango lu London on Tuesday, as announced by a British Official Wireless message, q...
AGENT'S ADVICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 31 August 1933
AGENT'S ADVICE. The Australian, Mercantile, Land and Finance Co., Ltd., report receipt of the following telegram from their Sydney office dated August 29;-At our sale to- day there was excellent competition and a wider demond for best fleece wool, which showed a hardening tendency. All other descriptions were firm on yester- day's splendid opening rates. Good olear ancos were effected. >The top price for i-arly shorn wool 21d; others, 191id, .20d, and 20 '/id.
INTER-STATE FRUIT TRAINS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 31 August 1933
INTEB-STATE PBUIT TBAINS. Special Fruit Train 35/33 (Section 1), arranged by and dispatched for The Com- mittee of Direction of Fruit Marketing, cleared Clapham via the Kyogle route on Wednesday with 176 tons, of which 109 tons were for Melbourne, consisting of 1953 cases bananas, 413 cases pineapples, 2 cases peas, 402 cases beans, 3 cases cucumbers, 45 cases papaws, 12 cases cus- tard apples, 2 cases tomatoes, 1 case strawberries, 1 case sweet potatoes. Syd- ney took 65 tons, consisting of 357 cases bananas, 1275 cases pineapples, 97 cases papaws, 394 cases beans, 2 cases cane. 130 cases tomatoes, 3 cases custard apples, 12 cases potatoes, 3 cases carrots. Newcastle took 13owt, consisting of 21 cases pine- apples; Wagga Wagga 13cwt, consisting of 30 cases pineapples; Kempsey 5cwt, con- sisting of 6 cases bananas; West Maitland, 8cwt, consisting of 9 cases pineapples; Albury 9c&lt;vt, consisting of 4 cases bananas, 8 cases pineapples; Cootamundra Scwt, consisting of 6 cases...
LONDON METAL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 31 August 1933
LONDON METAL MARKET. SYDNEY, August 30.-The following wore the official (London) middle quota- tions for August 29, as received by tho Australian Mines and Metals Association, the quotations for August 28 also being glveu for the purpose of comparison; Copper, stand., spot Copper, stand., three months . Copper, electrolytlo Copper, wiro bars Copper, best selected 39 Lead, soft, spot .. Load, soft, forward Spelter, spot .. .. Spelter, for. Tin, stand,, spot . Tin, stand., three mouths Silver, stand Silver, stand., for Silver, fine, spot Silver, fine, for. Aug. 28. Aug. 29. £ s. d. £ s. d. 35 l8 9 36 3 Iii 36 3 11 3 36 8 Iii 35 15 0 39 15 0 to to 40 15 0 40 15 0 40 15 0 40 15 0 39 2 6 39 7 6 12 3 9 12 8 9 12 8 9 12 11 3 17 1 3 17 7 6 17 2 6 17 10 0 217 i 0 219 l8 9 spot 216 l8 9 219 16 3 1/513-16 1/6 1/515-16 1/614 1/73-16 1/77-16 1/7 3-8 1/7 9-16 Gold, fine (open market price). £6/9/414 per oz.; American electrolytic copper, cents per lb.
SALES, AUGUST 30, 1933. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 31 August 1933
SALES, AUGUST 30, 1933. BRISBANE. - Australian Consolidated Inscribed Stock: 3U per cent 1942, £101/12/6; 4 per cent 1938, £102/17/6; 4 per cent 1044, £103/10/ (2 lots); 4 per cent 1957, £103/17/6; 4 per cent 1959, £104/8/9; tax freo £2/14/3 per cent (1045), £92/10/; Victorian Savings Bank Stock, £4/16/11 per cent (1937), £103/17/6; Asso- ciated News, preference, 18/1014; Peters American Delicocy, poid up, 26/3; Peters American Delicacy, contg., 8/7>,4; Queens- land Cement and Lime, 6 per cent pre- ference, 22/3li; McDonnell and East, ordinary, 6/6; A.P.A., 11/ (3 lots). SYDNEY. - Australian Consolidated Securities: 3 7-8 per cent (1947), £102/15/; 4 per cent (1938). £103/1/3. £103/2/6, £10, £10/5/; 4 per cent (1941), £103/5/. £103/7/6, £10, £10/6/; 4 per cent (1944), £103/12/6, £10, £10/6/6; 4 per cent (1947), £104/12/6; 4 per cent (1950), £103/7/6; 4 per cent (1955), £103/10/, £103/12/6,'£103/10/, £10, £10/6/; 4 per cent (1957), £104/2/6, £104/3/9; 4 per cent (1959), £104/15/, ...
BRISBANE STOCK EXCHANGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 31 August 1933
BRISBANE STOCK EXCHANGE. The following particulars are given with regard to investments stock quoted on the Brisbane Stock Exchange yesterday. the yield to investors being calculated on the mean between tho buying and selling prices: »I hi « co PS TRADING COYS Allan and Stark, ord. 1 - - 14/ - Aust. I. 4: Steel, pief. .'.... 1 - 15/5 15/714 - B. J. Ball, pref. 1 9 - 20/9 714 Brown te Broad, ord. 1 ? 5/3 6/3 - Oarrick's, Ltd. .1-9/ - - City Elco., ord,, old. 1 8 32/ - 4Ve Dunlop Rubber, ord. 1 3 17/1014 18/3 314 Drug Houses of Aust. 1 214- 20/3 2% E. G. Eager, prof 1 8 22/ - Elco. Zinc, ord. 1 - 22/9 - E. Rich and Co. 13/4 - 3/9 - Evans, Deakin, pref. 1 714- 19/0 Fairymead Sugar 1 8 - 29/ 514 Gibson is Hawes 1 - 23/6 23/9 Goldsbrough, Mort. 1 214 29/ 29/414 1",« Hancock Se Goie, pref. 1 8 20/ - 714 Howard, Ltd . . 1 8 28/3 - 514 Howard Smith . 1 - - 12/414 - Ips Elec Sup. . 1 6 25/6 - 414 .John HlckB, ord. 1 - 4/9 - J. B. Chandler, pref. 1 - 21/9 - M'Donnell and East, ord. ... 1 - 6/...
ONE VETERINARY SCHOOL. In Sydney. SUBSIDY BY ALL STATES URGED. CANBERRA, August 30. The suggestion that the various States should subsidise the Sydney Veterinary School, which was sufficient to fulfil the whole of Australia's veterinary science teaching requirements, was made at the annual conference of the Australian Veterinary Association to-day. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 31 August 1933
ONE VETERINARY SCHOOL. In Sydney. -«, SUBSIDY BY ALL STATES URGED. CANBERRA, August 30. Tlie suggestion that the various States should subsidise the Syd- ney Veterinary School, which was sufficient to fulfil the whole of Australia's veterinary science teaching requirements, vus made at the annual conference of the Australian Veterinary Association to-day. In his presidential address, Dr. H. J!. Albiston, of Victoria, expressed the opinion that the Melbourne school jhould not he reopened. The Sydney school had became a national in- stitution, he said, and rather than divide the responsibility for instruc- tion between two States, with a pos- sible lessening of efficiency in each school, it would be of greater value to have a single well-equipped institu- tion. The Sydney school now occupied a position of national importance, ana the whole of Australia was concerned in its well-being. It was believed that the requirements of a population of 3,000,000 could be amply served by one schoo...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 31 August 1933
LICENSED VICTUALLERS. Cheap Prepaid Rates: 12 words 1/ per Insertion; each additional 6 words 6d. Limit 108 words (l8 lines)._ DIGGS' Hotel Victory, Edward Street, *-* heart of city, close theatres, trains, wharves. Highest quality accom. Hot and cold baths. Inclusive tariff. 8/ daily, worth double. Tel. B6871._ j.roTEL Terminus, Brisbane, right opp. -*-1- Sydney railway term. First-class ac- com., hot Se cold water every room, tariff, room te breakfast, 6/6. J2514. Owen Haves HIS Majesty's Hotel, Queen Street, car- ries large stocks of best brands, m id- em methods of refrigeration. Meet youi friends there, James Ryan, sen., proprie- tor. B561B. LIVESTOCK, VEHICLES. Cheap Prepaid Rates: 12 words 1/ Der insertion: each additional 6 words Cd. Limit 103 words (l8 Unes)._._ TOE sale, cheap, young Jersey cows St *? heifers. Just calved, te forward spring- ers, good condition, St guaranteed. Can be seen milked. F. McDougall, Sherwood, 'Phone U7139._ fro horse vehicles and harness 75,000 ...
BISHOP DIXON TO ACT. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 31 August 1933
BISHOP DIXON TO ACT. With the death of Archbishop Sharp, the Co-adjutor Bishop of Brisbane (Bishop H. H. Dixon) automatically becomes Adminis- trator of the diocese until the appointment of a new Archbishop. This will be done by the Bishops of the l'rovince and the Arch-, bishop election committee, which was appointed by Synod, "íiic Bishop of North Queensland, as senior Bishop of the Province, will notify and call the members together when the appointment of a new Archbishop is to be con- sidered.