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

HOUSES, LAND FOR SALE. Cheap Prepaid Rates: 12 words 1/ per insertion; each additional 6 words 6a. Limit 108 words (l8 lines). A SHGROVE, home site, c1., water, gas, .*"*- large frontage, £80, £10 deposit, easiest terms. Apply Box B36, this office. ALL complete, tennis court, permanently marked, 5cwt. roller, 34 perches, let to leading club, low rates, £110. Ray White, next G.P.O._ A Bargain (plan for conversion to 8 ."- s.c. flats ready), house, con. ticket, elevated position. £700. We finance. Herbert Agency. Courier Building._ A Sound investment, East Brisbane, sewered. Govt, officer tenanted past 8 years at 25/. Just off tram. £500, cash or terms. Ray White, next G.P.O. A Sherwood home special, 3 min. train, . 3 bedrooms, lounge, glassed breakfast, gas, f. and s. vers., garage, painted In and out. Cost £960. Rented £5'/a month. Maid's. £770, on £200 dep. Ray White, next G.P.O._ A Ten-roomed West End home, 2 floors, convertible 2 good flats. 2d. sec. Queen St. Sound foundations. ...

Publication Title: Courier-Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 31 August 1933

SPLENDID QUALITY JERSEYS. 8 Jersey Heifers, 2 years old, for- ward Springers, £5/5/. 6 yearling Jersey Heifers, £3/10/. 10 Jersey Cows, four In full milk, six forward springers, £6/6/. These are some of the best Jerseys we know of. Advise promptly if wish inspection. MARTIN SNELLING & CO., Adelaide Street, Petrie's Bight, BRISBANE. LEGAL NOTICES. 7N THE SUPREME COURT OF ÍNEW J- SOUTH WALES. IN EQUITY. No. 937 of 1933. In the MATTER of the COMPANIES ACT. 1899, Sections 123, 137, and l61. And In the MATTER or MOUNT COOLON EXTENDED. NO LIABILITY (In Liquida- tion). ADVERTISEMENT OF NOTICE TO CREDITORS. A first and second Account and first Plan of Distribution, showing payment of Twenty shillings (20/) in the pound on all proved preferential claims, and nine shillings (9/) In the pound on all proved concurrent claims, and carrying forward a balance of One hundred and eighty pounds nineteen shillings (£180/19/) to the credit of the Company, Is now filed In the Office of the Maste...

Publication Title: Courier-Mail, The
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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 31 August 1933

BUSINESSES FOR SALE. A Freehold country butchery, good shop -" and home, refrigerator, 6 bodies, sheep and p.gs. £140U, on £400 deposit. Ray White, next G.P.O._ A Mij,ea and smallgoods, East Bris -"- bane, excellent premises and living qis., turnover £50 to £60. £250. Ray White, next G.P'.O. ABLL and Co., 230 Edward St., cr. ?" Queen St., opp. Courier, for that better, cheaper, more reliable business. B5845. A. Mixed-the best £125 worth ever offered. Look carefully at this for a snap, laklngs nearly £30 week, and profits genu.ne £6. Rent only £1 for a oonnle shop and splendid dwelling. Scaics, Ice chests, show cases, dsc. and £80 good, clean stock. The furniture also Included In the low price of £125-and what a bargain. Abel and Co. B5845._ ASuoncwsagcncy, library, dtc.-What about this for a bargain? 4/500 papers, excellent shop trade, profits about under lady's Indifferent management, couple will double, beautifully litted, and stock to the value of £60 guaranteed. It's sale, genui...

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

AUCTION SALES AND PROPERTY LIST. j BY PUBLIC AUCTION, *. TO-DAY, 31st AUGUST, 1933, 10.30 a.m. COORPAROO,-88 Old Cleveland Road. Dwelling, 4 rooms, half hall, front cef,»ffi^^^^ ""^PETRIE TERRACE.-88 Cricket Street, dwelling 3 bedrooms, half hal!, nv. lng-room. kitchen, fVoit verandah, part back verandah, eas, water, fuel stove., SCWPFVIE'TERRACE.-72 Cricket Street, dwelling, 3 bedrooms, living-room' half half Front verandah! bathroom, kitchen, fuel stove, gas, water, sewered! 14,,i<8?mTiiSnRiSBANE- Ipswich Road, off Reis Street, dwelling, 3 bedrooms''! liv'niroom front and bacT verandahs high blocks Unod and celled, kitchin i,î»?gfr.«o hntSrnnmpiectrlc light, water, tank, 16.2 perches land. "'. íuclYs^RÓNGPILLm.-Wnkle Stre-'t dwelling 2 bedrooms, sitting-room, break fast-room bathroom, enamel bath and heater, kitchen, fuel stove, front ana, , s?fevera.idEhs electric 1 ght. water, set-la tubs, copper, garage, septic .,£. tem. tennis -n-t.^ood IM^«Tta.&B AÜCTION RO...

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

FOE IMMEDIATE SALE. SANDGATE. IMPORTANT BUSINESS PROPERTY. 2 SHOPS AND DWELLINGS, PRICE ONLY £250. EASY TERMS. MUST BE SOLD. CAMERON BROS.. AUCTIONEERS EAGLE JUNCTION, KALINGA STREET. 4 ROOMS, KITCHEN, 24 PERCHES. PRICE. £350. LIBERAL TERMS. CAMERON BROS., AUCTIONEERS. _TENDERS._ mo BUILDERS. TENDERS are invited until 4 p.m., on THURSDAY, the 7th September, 1933, for erection of additions to Busi- ness Premises, Nerang Street, South- port, for M. Theodore, Esq. Plans and Specifications may be ob- tained from Mr. Theodore, or from our office, where tenders are to be de- livered. T. R. HALL & L. B. PHILLIPS, Architects, Ascot Chambers, Brisbane._ rpENDERS for painting new weather |J- board and fibro, new oil depot, Eagle Farm rd., Whinstanes. * MONEY. Chea¿> Prepaid Rates: 12 words 1/ per Insertion; each additional 6 words 6d. Limit 108 words (l8 Unes)._ |A.-Antonlnl (B. s. Worlold, maneger),' ?**. Pawnbroker, 275 Brunswick St., Valley Corner. Advances on jewellery, itc. BS...

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AIR BOUTE FORECASTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 31 August 1933

AIR BOUTE FORECASTS. The following official air route fore- casts for to-day were issued last night; BRISBANE TO TOWNSVILLE.-Fine ex- cept for local cloud areas and passing showers; visibility generally good. Wind light to moderate north-easterly to about Bundaberg, thenco south-casteily, in- creasing to about 20 miles by afternoon. BRISBANE TO LONGREACH.-Gener- ally fine weather may be broken by sporadic thunderstorms; .visibility good, except for mist or fog early on the Range. Wind light to moderate north-easterly. BRISBANE TO SYDNEY.-Scattered clouds, fair to good vlslbUIty, and moder- ate easterly to north-easterly wind.

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MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 31 August 1933

MAIL NOTICES. RATES OF POSTAGE-Letters within the Empire, Zd. an ounce. To all other places-first ounco 3d., eaoh succeeding ounce or part, 2d. MAIL CLOSING TIMES-The closing times hereunder are for G.P.O., Brisbane. Unless otherwise stated newspapers, packets, registered articles, and parcels will be accepted up to one hour before the advertised closing times for letters for malls which close after 9 a.m. and before 6 p.m. LATE FEE POSTING.-The late fee bn all unregistered articles (except parcels) Is Id. each. Articles bearing late fee may be posted at the G.P.O. up to 15 minutes after closing times of malls dispatched by train and up to 30 minutes after closing times for malls dispatched by steamer; they may also be posted on board steamers. Registered articles, with the addition of a fee of 2d., will be accepted 30 minutes after the closing of the registered mails. AIR MAILS.-Any postal article, except parcels, may bo sent by air mall. The fee, in addition to postage, is 3d. hal...

Publication Title: Courier-Mail, The
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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 31 August 1933

SHIPPING. INTER-STATE STEAMSHIP SAILINGS. (CIRCUMSTANCES PERMITTING.) SPECIAL REDUCED FARES_ For SYDNEY and MELBOURNE. Orungal Katoomba Canberra Manunda Orungal Ormiston Canberra Sept. 2, Noon Sept. 9, Noon Sept. 10, Noon Sept. 23, Noon Sept. 23, Noon Sept. 30, Noon Oct. 7. Noon A.U.S.N. Co., Ltd A.U.S.N. Co., Ltd. Howard Smith. Ltd Adel. S. Co., Ltd. A.U.S.N. Co., Ltd. A U.S.N. Co., Ltd. Howard Smith. Ltd For NEWCASTLE, SYDNEY, MELBOURNE, and ADELAIDE (Cargo only). Without Transhinmcnt. For MARYBOROUGH (Cargo only). Paterson ISept. 2, Noon. I A.U.S.N. Co., Ltd Moruya |Sint 5. 5 n m.|Howard Smith Ltd For BUNDABERG (Cargo only). Paterson |Se»t.2. NCJII. |ATISN. Co. Ltd. For GLADSTONE (Cargo only). Moruya aunt. 5. 5 n m. | -«ov-ard Smith. Ltd For ROCKHAMPTON (Carro o-ily). Time I jept. 5. 5 p in. 1 noward Smith, Ltd Mildura Isppt.. 1? 4n.mlA.Tl S N. Co. Ltd. For MACKAY, TOWNSVILLE, and CAIRNS. Transhipping at Townsville for Lucinda. Cardwell. Brammo Bay, and Innisfail, and at Cairns f...

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

SOUTHPORT. Mrs.' Western Walsh will leave for Springbrook to-morrow, and will stay with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Harding. Mrs. Hendry Drew ? and Mrs. Grahame Drew are spending a holiday at the Pacific Hotel. Miss Isabel Seccombe, who has spent two months with Mr. and Mrs. , Stanley Bell, Commercial Bank, will leave on Saturday on her return to Auckland, New Zealand. Mss Margaret Kennedy will arrive on Saturday on a visit to her mother, Mrs. S. "Kennedy, at Koolatah, Cloyne Road. Mr. and Mrs. H. Gordon will arrive from Toowoomba on Monday, and will stay at Chelmsford, Esplanade. Mr. and Mrs. Hector M'Phle and family, who have spent several months at Kerami, Esplanade, have left on their return to Toowoomba. Mr. F. A. Cooper (Minister for Educa- tion), Mrs. Cooper, Mr. B. J, M'Kcnna (Director of Education), and Mrs. M'Kenna, Mr. W. F. Bevington (district Inspector), Mr. and Mrs. J. Morris, Mr. and . Mrs. O. Lather, Misses Barbara Cooper, Morgan Jones, J. Lathe...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. OCEAN FORECAST. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 31 August 1933

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. OCEAN FORECAST. Fresh to strong and squally westerly to south-westerly winds round south-west of continent, with gales at places, and rough sea gradually extending to Bight; smooth to moderate elsewhere. ARRIVAL AUGUST 30. KVOKKOH MARU, from Japan. Charles Hopkins and Co., Ltd., agents. DUE AUGUST 31. CANBERRA, from Melbourne and Sydney, ., at Boundary Street Wharf, at 11 u.m. ' Howard Smith, Ltd., agents. PATERSON, from Bundaberg, at Eagle Street Wharf. Macdonald, Hamilton, and Co., agents, VAYE MARU, from Sydney, at Clan Wharf, Charles Hopkins and Co., agents. NECKAR, from Hamburg, via ports, at Mercantile Wharf. Wills. Gilchrist, and Sanderson Pty., Ltd., agents. MORETON BAY, from London, via ports, at Borthwlck's Wharf. Aberdeen and Commonwealth Line, agents. DUE SEPTEMBER 1. ORUNGAL, from Cairns and Townsville. Macdonald, Hamilton, and Co., agents. DEPART AUGUST 31. NECKAR, for Hamburg, via ports, from Mercantile Wharf, at 4 p.m. Wills, Gil- christ, and S...

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

FLATS, ROOMS TO LET. Cheap Prepaid Rates: 12 words 1/ per Insertion: each additional 6 words 6d. Limit 108 words (l8 lines). AVALON," Brunswick St., N. Form, modn. brick flats, furn., elec. equlp ped. hot water. B4607. or public Curator. .. A VALUN," Brunswick and Harcourt ^JL streets. Now Farm, mod. brick flatb, elec. equipped, hot water installations, tully fur., rea. rental. Manageress. B4607, or Public Curator._ VAiLAtíLt,, wea lurnishcd. double aud single room, use of kitchen. 37 M'Lachlail Street. Valley. AMouuiuij-iUi'iiisacu, seli-containuu, front flat, overlooking park, garage, "Oakleigh House." Sydney St., 2nd hoube off Brunswick Street. New Farm. B8263 VAiLftHijE,, lui-, äTci nat, piano, 423 Gregory Terrace; also large fur. house, off Gregory Terrace, references, ring B7303. out, "Ventura," 60 Villiers St., New Farm._ ATHOL-PLAUE," Wickham Terrace, city, superior furnished flat, Inspec tlon nlgl.tly, 6 till 9._ AVAILABLE, well-furnished brick flat, best position. Bowen Te...

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NOBLE CHARACTER. Many Tributes. "He was what is hardest for all men to be—a true man of God and a sincere lover of his brother man." This tribute to the late Archbishop Sharp, which was voiced yesterday, epitomised the universal regard felt for his nobility of character. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 31 August 1933

NOBLE CHARACTER. Many Tributes. -» ? "He was what is hardest for all men to be-a true man of God and a sincere lover ctf his brother man." This tribute to the late Archbishop »Harp, which was voiced yester- day, epitomised the universal regard felt for his nobility of character. Tributes to the work and influence of the late Archbishop Sharp were voiced in Parliament yesterday. The Premier (Mr. W. F. Smith) announced that the House would adjourn early this afternoon to allow members to attend the funeral. The Premier moved that the Speaker (Mr. G. Pollock) should be asked to convey to the Diocesan Council the sympathy of the House. During the period his Grace was Archbishop of Brisbane, he said, he had given very valuable service to his Church, and through his Church to the State. He took a very active part in those public movements which were conducive to the moral welfare of the nation. The Leader of the Opposition (Mr. A. E. Moore) said his Grace's kindly, sympathetic, and tolera...

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

MOTOR CARS, ACCESSORIES. EVERS Motors, Pty., Ltd.-Armstrong Siddeley sports roadster, leather up- holstered, fitted with self-changing gears, only run a few thousand miles. Reduced from £315 to £255. for quick sale. Evers Motors, Pty.. Ltd., Hillman St Humber Agents. 457 Adelaide Street. Brisbane. "l^lOrtu" parts, oeivice. aud lepairs. -*- Specialised "Ford" service. Pacific, Motors (1933), Pty., Ltd., "Ford" sub dealers. Newstead. B6B08._ 1-^OBD T model parts, new or used, from ?*- crank handle to tau light. Tear, next Baths. Valley. B6859. "I^OR mechanical, electrical, radiator, re -1- pairs, washing, polishing cars, Super. Parking Station, Ivory' Street. Charges moderate. Work guaranteed. B4858._ l^lOR sale, model R Hupp, tourer, In ?*- good ordPr throughout, mileage 16,000 registered. A bargain. Terms. 'Phone M1278.'_ T^lOR sale, light Flat truck, £40, in per. ?*- feet order. Walkers Store, corner >Q-lel te New Sandgate roads. Clayfield. GRAHAM Bros.-Chev. 6 sedan, £220: Dodg...

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

GQ PROFESSIONAL, MERCANTILE APPOINTMENTS. Cheap Prepaid Rates: 12 words 1/ per insertion; each additional 6 words 6d. Limit 108 words (l8 lines)._ « .1.-Professional Service Co., Colonial -«. Mutual Buildings, next Q.P.O. Steno ivnlfag. Roneotyplng. duplicating. B4732. DVERTISING canvasser wanted, pro gresslve Brisbane weekly. Apply before 10 a:m., Carroll's Buildings, Valley. A IMPLICATIONS are invited 'lor trie .**. ' position of Sister to the Mutta- burra District Hospital. Salary, £100 per, annum. Applicants to be double certificated. Fare one way refunded after six months' satisfactory service. Applications close September 14th. Duties commence about 18th October. j. Brannelly. Secretary._,_ A RTICLED clerk required for chartered -ii-1 accountant's office, junior certificate and'maths, pass essential. Applications ,to Box'B47. this office. _''^ C1ANVAÖSBKS, ladies, gentlemen, ícíí / high grade grocery lines, £2 week ON com'nilssion. Apply 9.30, 107 Munro Street, Auchenflower._&...

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

OPTOMETRISTS. Cheap Prepaid Rate!: 12 words 1/ ner Insertion; each additional 6 words 6d. Limit 108 words (l8 lines)._ noYD, Kennetn A., F.B.O.A, F.S.M.C., ?" squint treatment, sight testing, re- pairs, Commercial Bank Chambers, Queen St., Brisbane. Tel. B8960. appointments. DORIS E. Williams, A.I.O.Q., F.S.M.C, F.B.O.A, F.I.O. (Lond.). Consulting optometrist te spectacle-maker. National Bank Chrs.. Queen St. 'Phono B9604. TTAKRY W. Kilgour, optometrist and ?*-*- spectaclo-maker, sight testing, re- pairs, broken lonses matched. 78 Queen Street (Town Hall): entrance. Connolly's chemist shop. Tel. B9646._ H. F. Smith, optometrist, has removed to Hibernian Buildings. Adelaide St., first floor. Sight testing free. Let me advise you about your eyes. Prices, the cheapest. H. G. McPhall, optometrist, Canbe.ra House, 178 Ann Street. 'Phone B7735. Skilful eve-testing, perfect fitting, reason- able charges. ITTTTLSON'S Optical Service (John Jo3. Vt Wilson, principal). Repairs and re- placemen...

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

A little listener who is a great big cater! ¡YOUNGSTERS cannot resist Kellogg's Rice Bubbles. When these erunchy-crisp bub- bles of rice begin to snap, crackle and pop -it is a real invitation to cat. And you could not give children a belter cereal. Wholesome rice in easy-lo digest form. Splendid for breakfast, lunch pr supper. ¡You will enjoy Rice Bubbles with cold milk or cream and fruits or honey added. Always oven-fresh-sealed in the WAX« TITE bag. No cooking required. Sold by all grocers in the red-and-green paekct. RICE BUBBLES Made ¡u A uslralia by KelloßR (Aust.) Pty. Ltd., S>dncv i HL TEA WITH THE TASTE HICHFIEL RED Th"Delicious Fit*st Qualitu Tea .GREEN The Wonderful ValueTca. OWNED »^ pK-' Olive oil is nature's aid to natural loveliness -and it's olive oil that makes Palmolive green YEARS and years ago, olive and palm oils were discovered to be Nature's ideal beauty cleansers. To-day, these same oils, secretly blended in Palmolive Soap, provide the same kind of beauty ...

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

Tinned fruit, always a popular dessert, is always more appreciated when served with "POPPY" Custnrd ! "PJVERY WOMAN IS ENTITLED TO GOOD HEALTH. Those whose health is causing anxiety, or are de- sirous of Motherhood, consult Madame A. C. Brandt, Supt. of Q'ld., from Ladies' College of Health, 54 Oxford St., Sydney (Est. 3G yrs.), 3, Q.N. Bank Climbs., Brunswick St., Valley, "Phone B5342. Send for free Booklet, "Health for Women," containing valuable infor- mation. Enclose 3d. postage. Dept. B.C. Delicious Sunblushed Fruits Sliced or Cling Peaches or Apricots, large tins. BARTLETT PEARS, large tiirs, EW SEASON'S ALLY SALMON 11 d LARGE lib TINS OTHER EVERY DAY SPECIALS E CARDEN W\ TURBAN C0FFEE t, tfnrcvkn m ESSEHCE, Large Bottles - 10d Large Tins Assorted k's Soups 6d -1 Moreton Bay Oysters, bot. 1/ FIRST GRADE Q'LAND BUTTER, lb - 1/3 PRIME FAT RABBITS, ea - 61 d DIMOMbTRATING IN OUR UP-TO-DATE CASH AND CARRY TROM MON- DAY NEXT REX PURE FOOD PRODUCTS. Confectionery Specials for this W...

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"REGULATE BY LAW." Accountancy Profession. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 31 August 1933

"REGULATE BY LAW." Accountancy Profession. The view of the State chairman of the Queensland branch of the Institute of Chartered Accountants (Mr. W. E. Savage) that there is no need for the registration of accountants is not shared by many members of the ac- countancy profession in Brisbane, in- cluding the secretary of the Account- ants* Joint Committee (Mr. E. G. Manson). "Accountancy is now the only pro- fession of standing not subject to legislative recognition," said Mr. Man- son yesterday. "The councils of ac- countancy institutes other than the chartered body are agreed that regis- tration is not only desirable but neces- sary, and they are already moving with that end in view. At present, any person, qualified or unqualified, can practice the profession of accoun- tancy-a state of affairs which should not be allowed to continue, even if only for the greater protection of the public." Legislation for the registration of accountants, Mr. Manson was confid- ent, would in no way...

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SOLID BLOC FORMING. De Valera Perturbed GENERAL[?] O'DUFFY'S POPULARITY. (Australian Press Association and Australian Cable Service.) DUBLIN, August 29. The formation of a solid bloc in opposition to the de Vaicra Government is hourly nearer to materialising. Leading business men and representatives of the farming class have now joined the representatives to the conference in Dublin that is working for the fusion of the anti-de, Valera forces. IMPORTANT DEVELOPMENTS PENDING. LONDON, August 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 31 August 1933

SOLID BLOC FORMING. De Valera Perturbed GENERAL' O'DUFFY'S POPULARITY. (Australian Press Association and Australian Cabio Service.) DUBLIN, August 29. The formation of a solid bloc In opposition to the de Valora Gov- ernment is hourly nearer to mater-* ialising. Leading business men and represen- tatives of the farming class have now joined the representatives to the con- ference in Dublin that is working for the fusion of the anti-de, Valera forces. IMPORTANT DEVELOPMENTS PENDING. LONDON, August 30. The Dublin correspondent of the "Yorkshire Post" telegraphs: "Although the organisation of the National Party is incomplete, it Is believed that the Free State is on the eve of the most important development for 10« years. Hitherto, while Mr. Cosgrave, Mr. Blythe, Mr. Mulcahy, and Mr. Mac Dermott have been discussing the pos- sibilities of a common platform against Mr. de Valera, General O'Duffy and the Blue Shirts have been the chief obstacle to a fusion, but General O'DurTy's adroitne...

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

olden ia Tea Ûlusajb/A ûoi/ùô KNOWN EXPERTS Kfev SWEAR BY MRS. W. MOIR, the well-known Cookery Expert and Demonstrator in Baking with Petrol, Kerosene, and Electric Stoves, says she has found Gold Crest Self-Raising Flour perfect for all kinds of Baking. She recommends it to house- wives with the greatest confidence. MRS. E. M. JESSE R, Brisbane's Cham- pion Cake-Baker and Expert Judge, says that for Purity, Quality, and Bak- ing Achievement there's . nothing to equal Gold Crest Self-Raising Flour. She attributes her success as a cook largely to the never-varying qualities of Gold Crest. LOUR Issued by the Manufacturers, Messrs. R. M. Oom & Co., Ply., Ltd., Turbot Street, Brisbane, in tho interests of "BETTER BAKING." THE MOUE COOKlUa oo...,. ...THE PROUDER. YOU A«£ OF YOUR. HOME J1. . . . TrrE MOK.E. YOUR-HAN PS - « .SUFFEB.,*.... WEIL.Mf HANDS LOOK. BETTEIL ALREADY ¡ 6UT THE JUST HAV£ THEIIL HEWARS .' MftB-Y, LOCH AT TKIf.WHY DONT, YOÜ USÉ SOLVOL YOU E£ MWAYS WORJCINC , MA...

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