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SOUTHPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933
SOUTHPORT. Dr. and Mrs'.'C. A. Thelander arc spend- ing a holiday at Main Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Mervyn Dodwell, who are motoring from Brisbane to Melbourne, are among tho visitors staying at the Pacific Hotel. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Marshall and Miss G. Ferguson, who will visit Southport for the Teachers' Conference, will. arrive to- day, and will stay at the Hotel del Plaza. Misses Joyce and Doris Velvevs are spending a ? week at Emoh Ruo. Bauer street, before returning to Luscombe. , Mr, and Mrs. E. H. EatcHffe, who have been spending a holiday at the Pacific Hotel, have left for Brisbane en route to their home In Melbourne. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Stevens will arrive ??o-day, and will occupy Killara, Esplanade, for several months. The lounge at Mayamba, the home of Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Andrews, Lenneberg street, was bright with bowls of sweet peas and roses on Wednesday night, when Mr. Arthur Le-dbury was entertained at an enjoyable birthday social, arranged In his honour by Mrs. Andrews and ...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933
POULTRY, DOGS, BIRDS. Cheap Prepaid Bates 12 words J/ ptt insertion each additional G words Ci Limit 108 words (l8 lines)_ A-Woodville* Hntchciy. Indooroo ] pilly day-old chicks hatched In Hw egg Poterslmo all-electric incubator » Leghorns £3/10/, AuBtralorps £4 per 100. Custom-hatching 15/ per 100 eggs reduc tion quantities Twg 645 O M Dut ASK for Ecno parrot Sa canary csgei leading stores Made by °ersW> WlrcworkB Molbourno St Sth Bnc _ A-Chicks Queensland s best Wal I Leghorns £3/15/ hundred 10/ doz Anconas & Australorps 11/0 doz tettlngi of each 5/ 'Phono Toowong 2169 ' Woaterman Simpson s Road Bardon -Chicks, chicks, chicks, from selec i prolific layers of big eggs UJBOT cited testimonials all parts Queen«« $ White Leghorns, £4 Black Orplugtr £4/10/ per loo Lots under 25/ 1/ c» IO per cent with order rrclgnt » Soldier Bottlers Co operativo Hatch Association Ltd , The Dap Red Hill I) bane_ EST strain Yorkshire canaries for sa ft Ralsch 26 Louisa St Highgate UM B /CANAR...
IPSWICH. IPSWICH. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933
IPSWICH. Tri» speaker at the annual meeting and "at home" of the Ipswich branch of the Queensland Women's Electoral League, held In the Memorial Hall yesterday Bfternoon, was Mr. E. B. Maher, M.L.A. Tho Mayor (Alderman A. T. Stephenson) presided, and Introduced Mr. Maher. Miss A. Douglai Brown (president of the Ipswich branch of the Queensland Women's Electoral League) thanked Mr. Maher. Mrs. G. Bobertson (secretary) presented Mrs. E. B. Maher and Miss Brown with bouquets. Musical Items were rendered by Mesdames C. A. Green- way, A. E. Stockwell, and W. A. Foote. Mrs. Foote was accompanlste. Among others present wero Mesdames Jos. Fran- cis, J. G. Bourke (secretary), and the Mayoress (Mrs. A. T. Stephenson). The retiring executive was re-elected. The secretary (Mrs. G. Robertson) presented the annual report, which reviewed a very successful year. The financial report showed a credit balanco of £4. receipts having totalled £15. The following office- bearers were elected :-President. ...
Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933
A BOON TO MOTORISTS Classes for Motorists will commence at the Polytechnic next week. The object of the Classes -will be to enable Motorists to deal "with En- gine and other trouble met with on the road. Students will carry out practical work In a system of fault-finding.. Day and Evening classes will be held for men and women. poftTKriNie Dressmaking Classes Modern in Every Respect TERM FERS: ADULTS 22/6 UNDER 18 17/6 Schoolgirls (Sat.), 15/. Day and Evening, Commence any time. pomfcrtNic TCAITMITXG COLLEGE OPEY ST f PHone-^ ÎTH BBH.
FRUIT FROM BOWEN. BOWEN, August 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933
FRUIT THOM BOWEN. BOWEN, August 31. The Bowen Fruit Society raUed on Wednesday to Sydney 4Ó33 quarter cases of tomatoes, 04 quarter cases and 203 hall cases ol cucumbers, 50 half cases and four quarter cases of egg fruit, 11 cases of pineapples, and 68 quarter cases of chillies. Brisbane took 301 quarter casos of tomatoes, 38 half cases ana three quar-1 ter cases of cucumbers: and Honeysuckle 45 quarter cosos ot tomatoes, 20 half casos I or cucumbers. The Committee oí Direc- tion. Sydney, took 3122 cases of tomatoes, 94 of cucumbers, and ID of chillies; and Melbourne toole 105 cases of tomatoes. Kempsey took G1 cases oí tomatoes, Too- woomba 20 of tomatoes, Newcastle 21 of tomatoes and 2 cucumbers. >
VALUE OF Y.W.C.A. "WORK AMONG WOMEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933
VALUE OF Y.W.C.A. "WORK AMONG WOMEN. The ramifications of the Brisbane young Women's Christian Association in the field of good works were re- vealed in the annual report for the year ended June 30, 1933, which was presented at a meeting of the Associa- tion held last night. The activities 'of the association, which boasts a total membership ol' 480, are divided among a big number of groups, each devoted to some special form of work, the guiding principles of .which are service to others and Christian fellowship. The president (Mrs. A. H. Parnell) welcomed the Lord Mayor (Alderman J. W. Greene) and the Lady Mayoress, after which the Lord Mayor presided. The annual report was read by the general secretary (Miss Millicent S. Jones), and presented for adoption by Mrs. Parnell, who spoke of the value of the work done by the association. Mrs. Cumbrae-Stewart, who seconded, appealed to the young women to main- tain, amid the temptations of the world, the high standard of conduct for which...
FOOTBALLERS' SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933
FOOTBALLERS' SOCIAL. The Taringa "Football Club, associated with ' the Australian National Football League, held a social in the Stamford Hall,. Indooroopilly, last evening to hld farewell to Messrs. A. and P. Richardson and B. Gorman, who are leaving for Roma to play with the Brisbane repre- sentative team next month.
COOLANGATTA. TOWN IMPROVEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933
COOLANGATTA. TOWN IMPROVEMENT. The -Orban Committee at Tweed Hoads I is engaged In. a work which -will result in a dual advantage. The huge sand mound, which lias existed for many years In tho buffer area. In the vicinity of the border gatos, is being removed and used | is filling In the low-lying area on the Esplanade!. Some ornamental trees also | aro being transplanted from tho buffer area to now positions on the Esplanade, j Tills work marks the beginning ot goneral clean-up In preparation for the now border crossing promlsod by the Board of Tick Control. A suggestion also receiving consideration Is -the erection of a memorial archway over the new crossing. I
GEORGE PIZZEY AND SON, LTD. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933
GEORGE PIZZEY AND SON, LTD. George Pizzey and Son. Ltd., leather merchants, subject to audit, has de- clared a dividend of 8 per cent on preference shares for the year ended June 30. An interim dividend of 4 per cent was paid in March, and the final dividend of 4 .per cent will be payable on September 30. Transfer books will toe closed from September 20 to September 30, both dates in- clusive.
FOSTER BREWING CO. LTD. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933
FOSTER BREWING CO. LTD. Accounts of the Foster Brewing Co. Ltd. for the half-year ended July 31 show that earnings closely approxi- mate those of the preceding half year. Compared with a year ago, net profit Is down £755. Dividend for the term is 6 per cent, which is the same as the reduced rate which was paid in the preceding six months.
WELLINGTON POINT OIL WELLS, LTD. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933
WELLINGTON POINT OIL WELLS, LTD. Mr R Hill Stevens, secretary of the Wellington Point Oil Wells, Ltd, fur- nished the following report on No. 1 bore at Birkdale, under date August 31: - "Since the last report, casing operations have been finalised and the bore is now cased to 3695 ft whilst drilling is proceed- ing at a depth of 3718 ft in sandstone country. Gas showings are in evidence and the drillers are confident that good progress will now be made in the opera- tions "
SYDNEY CATTLE SALES. SYDNEY, August 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933
«YDNEY CATTLE SALES. SYDNEY, August 31. There were 167 Queensland cattle at Homebush to-day of a total yarding of 1937. Sales:-R. Reid (Wallangarra), 10 bullocks to £11/15/, average £10/1/8; R. Douglas (Wallangarra), 19 bullocks to £9, average £8/15/3; J. Williams (Wallan- garra), 5 steers to £8/12/; H. Fleming (Wallangarra), 17 cows and heifers to £7, average £5/8/6; E. Simpson (Wallangarra), six heifers to £6/3/, overage £5/18/2; T. Wallace (Wallangarra), six steers to £9/1/, average £6/7/; T. J. Jeff erics (Garah), 94 bullocks to £11/19/, average £10/8/3.
BANKING NECESSITY CONTINUITY OF POLICY [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933
BANKING NECESSITY CONTINUITY OF POLICY "It Is not laws that make a bank- ing system, nor supervision, nor I machinery, nor buildings; it Is the men behind the organisation. A con- tinuity of policy towards the com- munity, the State and the nation in which the bank does its business, is required," said Mr. L, O. Griffiths, formerly lecturer for the California Bank, Los Angeles, in an address j yesterday on American banking sys- tems before the Constitutional Club. Instead of having one banking sys- tem as in British countries, there were 49 different and distinct systems in the United States, said Mr. Griffiths. There was trie national banking sys- tem, and in each of the 48 States there was a separate State depart- ment, which supervised the banks operating under State charter. There was no uniformity between the State and national systems. In 1921 there were 30,812 separate I banks. From 1923 to 1933 banks failed at the rate of more than three a day on a average. That was right du...
ASSOCIATED NEWSPAPERS LIMITED. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933
ASSOCIATED NEWSPAPERS LIMITED. Sanction of the Court having been obtained to the reduction of the ordi- nary share capital of Associated News- papers Ltd., Sydney, from £3,500,000 to £1,750,000 in 3,500,000 shares of 10/ each, and to the decision of the com- pany to consolidate capital in such manner that each two ordinary shall become one share of £1 each, the company requests share holders to change their old scrip for new with- out dolay, owing to the magnitude of the operations involved in putting through many transfers. The books of the company will be closed from September 11 to September 23, both dates inclusive.