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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 31 August 1933

CORBIE & CO., SHAREBROKERS, Established 1877. Alexander Corrie, Douglas M. Corrie. Colin O. Corrie, Parbury House. Eagle Street. Brisbane ERNEST H. CORSER, HENDERSON St CO.. Brokers, Nat.- Mutual Bldgs., Queen St.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DIVIDENDS DECLARED AND RECOMMENDED. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 31 August 1933

DIVIDENDS DECLARED AND RECOM- MENDED. Broken Hill South, No. 42 of 1/, Septem- ber 22 (books closed August 9). Menzies' Hotel, preference, annual, of AVa per cent, August 31 (books closed August 23). Eaub Australian, Interim, 6d, September 14 (books close September 8 to 14 Ino.). Cairns Timber, annual of S per cent, iaillaquln Sugar, half-yearly, final, 6 per cent per annum, August 31 (books closed August 17). Berlcl, Ltd.. half-yearly, final, ordinary and preference, 8 per cent per annum, September 1 (books closed August 21). Adelaide Steamship Co., half-yearly, final, 6 per cent per annum (making 5 per cent for year), September 12 (books closed 5 p.m. August 28). Queensland Machinery, preference, annual, of 0 per cent. South Brisbane Gas, half-yearly, final, ordinary, ' 7 per cent per annum; pre- ference, 0 per cent per annum, Septem- ber l. Kuala Lumpur, No. 21 of 6d, September 15 (books close S p.m. Septomber 7). Electric Energy Supply, half-yearly, ordin- ary and preference, 8 ...

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QUEENSLAND FAILS. BASKET BAIL CARNIVAL. ADELAIDE, August 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 31 August 1933

QUEENSLAND FAILS. BASKET BAIL CAÄNIVAL. ADELAIDE, August 30. Victoria outclassed New eaüth Wales and Tasmania wai superior to Queensland in tho aii-Australlaü women's basket ball car- nival on the University oval tà»dûy. in the match against NeW South Wales Victoria developed a fast, vigorous" Ttfame With à. good system.' The passing' of New South Wales Was faulty. Scares i Vlo torla, 42 goals; New South Wales, 10 goals. Tasmania overwhelmed the lighter Queensland team. The speed and Accur- acy of tho other match were not dis- played in this. B. oldmeadow, Tasmania's centrt, received ft knock oh the hend, Which delayed the game foï sorte minutos while she was attonded by the ambulance. Scores; Tasmania, 30 goals: Queensland, 13. Goal-throwers: Tasmania: R, Clemes, 16 from 30 tiles'; M. Harvey, H from 28, Queensland: M. Baker, li from 22 triés; and N. o'sullivan, 3 from 12 tries. To-morrow Vlctorlo will play Queensland and South Austrcltn, will meit Toamauli,

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 31 August 1933

FOUR WINNERS. "CHOICE BETS" AGAIN. «CHOICE BETS" fare Subscribers' FOUR WINNERS for Albion Tari: on WEDNESDAY, namely, KEYBOARD, GUNBOROUGH, THE CZAR, RATBOX. Two of our Unbeatables were Scratched because things were no1 ia order. Don't forset, we hate THREE OUTSIDERS FOR SATURDAY that look unbeatable. The reason we give so many winners is that we only Bive FIT HORSES AND SURE TRIERS. TERMS. 10/6 one Meeting;, or EIGHT MEETINGS for £2. Send your Subscriptions to our only ADDRESS, "CHOICE BET S," 130A ADELAIDE STREET, BRISBANE (Almost Opposite Woolworths. Open Daily, 8 till 4). Y0BU5.N 7/1 -ASTEROID 4/1 AMBACHILLES (2nd) 6/1 WERE RELEASED LAST SATURDAY AND AGAIN YESTERDAY THE CZAR 6/1 RAT BOX AMBERSCAMP (2nd) 4/1 NEXT SATURDAY I will release 3 More Specials that I am confident will win you money. POST NOW. 301 JUDCJV^lMr 1 lUn PCSTNOW. Ali selections Iodfed with newspapers before First Race. £1 SUBSCRIPTION ¡étions Iodsed with newspa^rs before Fii JACK TUCKER Cnlv MOORE'S CHAMBERS, ....

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3290 BULL LICENCES. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 31 August 1933

3290 BULL LICENCES. So far 32 districts had been declared under the Dairy Cattle Improvement! Act of 1932, and 3290 licences for bulls had been issued, bringing in £822/10/ in licence fees, the Minister for Agri- culture and Stock (Mr. F. W. Bulcock) told Mr. T. F. Plunkett (Opposition, Albert) in answer to a question in Parliament -yesterday.

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HARMSWORTH TROPHY MISS BRITAIN III. READY. (Australian Press Association.) ALGONA (Michigan), August 2[?]. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 31 August 1933

HARMSWORTH TROPHY MISS BRITAIN III. READY* (Australian Press Association ) ALGONA (Michigan), August SB Mr. Scott Paine will not statt the motors of his speed boat Miss Britain til. again until it is time tor the first Hsrmsworth trophy race next Saturday. "My boat," he «aid to-day, "is perform- ing beautifully, and it will not bs neces- sary to take any unnecessary dunces, 1 am ready for the race,"

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FRIENDLY RIVALRY. BRIDE-ELECT'S PARTIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 31 August 1933

FRIENDLY RIVALRY. BRIDE-ELECT'S PARTIES. During her residence in Brisbane Miss Frances Jeffrey has enlarged her circle of friends so that her departure for Sydney, where her marriage will take place, has caused a certain amount of friendly rivalry in an en- deavour for each friend to give a party. Yesterday Misses Nancy Stewart and Pauline Kennedy entertained. Miss Stewart had her guests to afternoon tea at her home, Enderley Road, Ascot, where the reception rooms were fragrant with sweet peas and stock, which contrasted effec- tively with bowls of marigolds. The hostess wore a lapis-blue floral sprig- ged mousseline frock, and Miss Jef- frey topped a leaf-brown and white silk frock with a swagger coat made of white linen and also wore a white linen canotier. The guests included Mesdames Val Howard, Lewis Harden, Mervyn Rylance, Misses Eve Douglas, Pauline Kennedy, Jean Tynan, Nancy McCowan, Margaret Henry, Aesnath and Zeita Rylance, Mona and Joyce Power. Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Kennedy ...

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BOWLS. MIDWEEK GAMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 31 August 1933

BOWLS. MIDWEEK GAMES. An interesting serles of games was played on the South Brisbane green yes- terday afternoon, when, in addition to the ordinary club rinks, a number of churchmen - Presbyterians, Methodists, and Baptists-conducted play on four rinks. At Clayfield the "home" players defeated five rinks from the Brisbane Club by 20 points. Two Auchenflower rinks visited Nundah, where they won by 10 points. Details: CLAYFIELD-BRISBANE CLUB. B,C. O. Hudson, Powell, Quold, Strachan 25 Webb, Purklss, Stewart. Curran . - Marks. Lawson, Lucas. Firth . ..26 P. White, Silvester, Milliken, Hol- land . - Tritton, Crease, Morley, Chapman 20 Pain, Jackson, Matthews. Ash .. - Robinson, Trent, Hull, Short .. 22 Ladewlg, Foster, Robertson, Fer- guson . Wl'ion. Roberto, Armstrong, O. Rees . 10 Hadley, strickland, M'lntyre, Love- lock . .. .. - Totals.112 132 Ordinary play. Batchelor. Myers, Bredon. Francis .... Boden, Atkins, Kent, Barker. 13 SOUTn BRISBANE. Churchmen's games. Cavanagh, Dunstan, ...

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SOUHPORT. SOUTHPORT, August 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 31 August 1933

SOUHPORT. SOUTHPORT, August 30. Play on the Southport bowling green resulted: A Grade Singles Championship.-Second round: Price, 31; Ward, 8. Hagan (West Toowoomba) and Carey, 33; Roche and Barclay, 21; Graham (New Farm) and Shepherd, 28; Wilson and Phillips, 21. LAUREL LADIES. Mesdames J. Baxter, F. J. McCarthy, B. Watson. W. A. Cooke. 17 Mesdames F. E. Morey, li. Keogh, H. S. Moore. W. J. Glover. 15 Mesdames F. W. Mason, H. P. Tucker (N.).24 Mr. J. Baxter, Mrs. A. H. Rust . ¡ .. 21 HAMILTON LADIES. Results of games played by the Hamil- ton ladies on the A.B.O. private green, were ¡-Mesdames Potier, Stirling, Brunck- horst, and Day, v. Mesdames Hinds, Stirl- ing, Morey, and Donovan, l8-20. ANNERLEY LADIES. Play In the Blue Pennant competition by the Annerley ladies resulted as fol- lows:-Mesdames A. J. Carter, I. Thompson, W. A. Ross, P. Smith (Coor- paroo) 22, v. Mesdames F. J. Woodford, A. Rust, A. H. Jackson, F. Rooke (Anner- ley) 17. Mesdames McLean, Brlmble- combe, McNlven, Ew...

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WORTH £12,000,000 TO AUSTRALIA. Rise in Prices of Wool. THE EXCHANGE RATE MIGHT BE AFFECTED. The Australian rate of exchange on London may he reconsidered following the rise in wool values, which will add an extra £12,000,000 to the value of the present clip. Prices increased a further 5 per cent. in Sydney yesterday. MELBOURNE, August 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 31 August 1933

WORTH £12,000,000 TO Rise in Prices of Wool. THE EXCHANGE RATE MIGHT BE AFFECTED. The Australian rate of exchange on. London may he re- considered following the rise in wool values, which will add an extra £12,000,000 to the value of the present dip. Prices increased a further 5 per cent, in Sydney yesterday. MELBOURNE, August 30 The substantial rise in wool values this week, which is accompanied by forecasts of further enhancement, is causing consideration to be given to the question of whether the Australian exchange on London will ba main- tained at the existing high level. It is computed that, with wool at the prices established last Monday, £12,000,000 Will be added to the value of th» present clip, even when allowance is made for the lower production. It is not certain that bankers here will be willing to pay £125 for £100 in London if the prices of wheat and other exports also advance. The Melbourne wool brokers believe that the prospects are favourable for the maintenance at...

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STOCK SALES. VEAL FIRM AT LATE RATES [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 31 August 1933

STOCK SALES. VEAL FIRM AT LATE RATES The Master Butchers report that 1103, pigs were yarded at the stock sales at the Cannon Hill Abattoir yesterday. Best pork realised 5d. per lb. Only 762 calves were yarded, and veal was firm at late rates. BROKERS' REPORT. The Brisbane Fat Stock and Produce Brokers' Association furnished the follow- ing report on the sales of fat stock sold at Cannon Hill yesterday:— PIGS.-1100 pigs were penned, the qual- ity of the offering being not quite up to the standard of last week's sale. Porkers constituted the bulk of the yarding, whilst stores were more in evidence than of late. With the usual buyers operating, the market opened with easier values, but firmed as the sale progressed, the closing sales being in the sellers favour. Prime pork realised 4½d to 5d. per lb, and in places dearer. CALVES.-760 were penned. The offer- ing consisted of mainly bobby descrip- tions in medium to good condition, station sorts were again scarce. Values generally were e...

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MARKET HARDENS. FLEMINGTON BEEF SALES. MELBOURNE, August 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 31 August 1933

MARKET HARDENS. FLEMINGTON BEEF SALES. MELBOURNE, August 30. There was a notable decrease In tho supply or fat bullocks, which consisted chlelly of lnter-Stato station drafts, at the Flemington fat cattle toles. A sharp advance generally was recorded. Large station drafts from New South Wales and South Australia arrived In excellent order, tho greater portion comprising best medium to solid good weights, good to prime qualities. A draft of 200 from the Kidman Estates Ltd., Queensland, Included a largo share of light and handy weights. The market opened with spirited competition. Prices were 20/ higher than late quota- tions. The market steadily hardened as the sales proceeded. During the after- noon, competition was very animated, prices rapidly Improving by from 20/ to 40/ a head_ compared with late rates. Quotations: Fat bullocks (1250 yarded), best heavy pens, local bullocks, £16/10/ to E17/5/; show bullocks to £20, 38/ to 40/ per 1001b; prime pens, principally from New South Wal...

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LACK OF INFORMATION. Eisteddfod Choral Work. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 31 August 1933

LACK OF INFORMATION. Eisteddfod Choral Work. Mr. F. Robinson, conductor of the Brisbane Eisteddfod Choir, yesterday complained of the inadequacy of the information published concerning the choral sections at tho recent Sydney Eisteddfod. The event was of such importance, he said, as to warrant the publication in the newspapers of the detailed com- ments on the work of the eight choirs, and the various points for each of the three pieces each sang. Tlie only in- formation made public was the order and points for tile first three (in one case 4) choirs. No order or points were given for the others, and no com- ments whatever. He obtained a writ- ten adjudication for the ladies' chorus, but for the male and chief choral he had not been able to get any written comments, though they were repeat- edly asked for, and actually he did not yet know where his male choir carne or what points it received. He had been unable to ascertain in any de- gree whatever in which piece his choir failed or...

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NORTHERN CLUBS ACTIVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 31 August 1933

NORTHERN CLUBS ACTIVE. New 16ft. skiffs on the register of the South Brisbane Sailing Club are Thunder- bolt (J. Walker), Nancy (W. Allison), One Step (R. Jones), and Thomas Welsby (R. Craig), which was formerly sailed in the fleet of the Brisbane Skiff Club. W. Fit- ton Is also launching a new craft which has yet to be named. Changes In the register of the Brisbane Skiff Club are Ajax VII. (Horrie Crouch, formerly sailed by the late Alf. Whereat). Thara (J. Campbell, formerly sailed by W. Port), and- Mr. Fred. Yarrow's new boat to be sailed by W. Port. Mr. Wilson reports that keen prepara- tions are being made for the opening of the South Brisbane season on September 30. Tlie club will, of course, participate in tho official regatta which Is to be 1-eld a week earlier. Nomination for the club's events close on September 25. The club Is organising benefit entertainments at the Tivoli Theatre on September 8 and 13. The Queensland 16ft. Skiff Association has started the season by sele...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 31 August 1933

e to -TEA-ROA UND of h LONG WHITE CLOUD" mf Haere Mai! *&] Come to New Zealand ' %f where variety spices life. Bathe in the soft caress- ing waters of thermal pools Sec the great geysers send their steaming spume to mingle with the clouds. Listen to the soft cad- ence of Maori voices singing in harmony. Spirit away to the majesty of snow-clad mountains where the air is like good wine. In the forests the great stag is ranging. The silver Rainbow Trout is rising in a hundred rivers and lakes. In the Northland the giant Swordfish leaps in high ecstasy There will be parties of jolly people, on pleasure bent, to laugh with you in the daytime and "ñfi\ dance with you at night. Only three days sail from Sydney. Come! Mai! this coupon TO DAY,mth out obligation, for complete infor- mation, suggested tours and farts DEWAR and JONES, 79 Queen St , Brisbane und N Z Govt Tourist Bureau, Box 365 r. Martin. Place, Sydney. Please send mc illustrated leaflets and full dctuls of a holiday in ...

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INSURANCE GOLF. P. O'SULLIVAN WIN"[?]. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 31 August 1933

INSURANCE GOLF. P. O'SULLIVAN WIN; Insurance représentatives íorgat prem- iums for some hours yesterday, when, tramping over the Indooroopilly fairways, members of the Insurance Golf Society of Queensland competed In tua stroke round for tho trophies presented by their president (Mr. A. E. Barber). Returnlnit a card oí (16), 75, P. O'sullivan nar- rowly won the event from J. S. Erldg ford, whose card read (15), 76. Details of play: P. O'sullivan (16). 75; J. G. Brldgforcl (15), 76; J. Hall (l8), 78; D. Tan- ner (l8), 78; P. V. Perkins (8). 80;' A F. Isley (l8), 81: W. K. Stephens (20), 81; E. E. Palethorpe (15), 81; F. C. Dates (20), 83: J. Som- mers (20). B4; L. C. Boase (20), 85; A. D Pearce (15). 85; Mr. A. E. Baker, nre-ltlcnt. J H. Williams (10), E6; C, A. Suhle (101. 86: W. L. Currcy (2;i, 07, F.. <J. Chl.ipl' (20), 87. INDOOROOPILLY \. WYNNUM. E. J. Dixon will captain the Indooroo- pilly Golf Club's B pennant team to meet Wynnum at Wynnum on Saturday ne>.t, Tho ...

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FLIPPANT REPLIES. MINISTER'S HUMOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 31 August 1933

FLIPPANT REPLIES. MINISTER'S HUMOUR. Evidently Mr. E. B. Maher (Opposi- tion, West Moreton) does not relish the humour with which the Attorney General (Mr- J. Mullan) invests his replies to questions in the Legislative Assembly. Yesterday, at question time, he complained to the Speaker (Mr. G. Pollock) that on the previous day he had asked Mr. Mullan how many young men had gone to prison through inability to pay fines inflicted for travelling on trains without tickets, and had received a reply that he ought to direct the question to a clairvoyant. As this reply was in similar vein to one he had received from Mr. Mullan a few days previously, he asked if the Attorney-General should not be re- quired to answer members in a more utting manner. Private members were not allowed to submit questions sav- ouring of political propaganda, or of a foolish nature, and he wished to know if the Speaker was satisfied that Ministers, in their answers, were ob- serving the same rule. "The only rules...

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South Brisbane Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 31 August 1933

South Brisbane Association. The following Is the draw in club fix- tures for Saturday and Sunday:-Second Grade: Oladory Red v. Balgownie I (on Vitara court). Third Grade: Oriel II v. Winooka (Strathdee court); Strathdee v. Braeburn Gold (Roblln court): Makura Gold v. Cooyar II (St. 'Clalro's court); St. Claire's I v. Roblln II (Apex court); Boblln I, a bye. Fourth Grade: Apex II v. Kanwyn II (Makura court); Sunsnlne H,v. Acacia Blue (Eastholm court).' Sun- day Morning: Blunsdon v. Oriel I: Meteor v. Whynots II (Oriel court). The first Grade B section final between Carlton and Wyuna, will be played at Dunaross court, on Saturday. The following is the draw for the uham plonBhlps tournament. Court captains are requested to secure balls from the secretary before Friday:-Associations courts.(L. Plane, captain): Ladles' singles, Miss Thorne v Miss Freeman; men's singles, E. Benstead v. L. Gunnls; mixed' doubles. Plane-Miss Wilkin v Humphries -Mrs. Weust. Wimbledon court (G. Needham, capta...

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INVASION OF THE NORTH. TO THE EDITOR OF THE COURIER-MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 31 August 1933

INVASION OF THE NORTH. Sir,-The newspaper report of ., Mr. Wynne Williams's lecture to the His- torical Society of Queensland last night seems to reveal an ignorance of the principles of modern military strategy on the part of the lecturer that is positively amazing. "As it would be impossible to develop Northern Australia agriculturally," he says, "Australia has no particular need to protect it against foreign in- vasion;" and he goes on to add that no power could land an army on the northern shores and march hundreds of, miles through waterless regions to the centres of population. Only an army utterly destitute of brains would think of doing so, when its forces could land, say, at Townsville, Kock hampton, or Brisbane, or occupy Sydney and Melbourne, or merely casually shell them until its demands for land, equal treatment, or what- ever the cause of its discontent might be, was satisfied. The point is that a nation pressing for economic or political control of Australia's vast p...

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Mrs. M. E. Rose. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 31 August 1933

Mrs. M. E. Rose. Mrs- Mary Ellarby Rose, an old resident of Brisbane, passed away on August 4, at her home in Brookfield The late Mrs. Rose. Road, Kedron. She was born in York- shire, England, and when a child came to Australia with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Glasby, in the sailing ship Parsee, which arrived In Moreton Bay in January, 1853. Mrs. Rose spent most of her girl- hood days on the Darling Downs, where, at War- wick, she married George Rose, who predeceased her 33 years ago. She took up nursing, and was well known in Brisbane and War- wick and Killarney districts. She was 86 years of age, and up to the time of her death she was well and active. She is survived, by five sons, Messrs. George, Sam, Harry, and Jim (all of Brisbane), and Arthur (Bob), of War- wick, and three daughters, Mrs. H. J. Pashen, Mrs. H, H, Quesnell, and Miss M. V. (Neta) Rose (of Brisbane). One son, Frank, predeceased her five years j ago. She is also survived by three sisters and one brother, and a...

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