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A Famous Band. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933

A Famous Band. The Commonwealth Government has sent an invitation to the Coldstream Guards Band to visit Australia for the Melbourne Cen- tenary celebrations next year, and it is proposed that the Band should spend some time in Melbourne and then tour all the other State capi- tals under the auspices of the Australian Broadcasting Commis- sion, giving recitals over the air and in the main concert halls. Acceptance of the invitation would undoubtedly further the cause of music in Australia. The Cold- stream Guards Band is one of the most famous bands in the world. It is conducted by a musician of the highest rank, and its repertoire is very large and varied. Very many persons find an additional pleasure in the performances of military bands; and the visit of the Coldstream Band, if it can be arranged, will certainly go down in the history of music in Austra- lia as an important event. Quite recently the band of another famous British regiment visited France, and the people there were...

Publication Title: Courier-Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
City Government. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933

City Government. The unity of the anti-Labour forces in the City Council is neces- sary for the good government of the city. It is regrettable that politics were ever introduced into municipal affairs, but that is not the fault of those who oppose Labour. The fault for that lies wholly with the Labour Party which, long ago, drew up its own municipal policy and contested municipal elections just as it con- tested elections for Parliament. The main business of the council is to keep the city clean and healthy, and with that the citizens should, in present circumstances, be content. But the Labour municipal programme is much more ambitious than that and much more costly, and there is only one body which can find the money for all the City Council's expenditure, and that body is com- posed only of ratepayers. The Labour municipal policy is, as might be expected from the com- position of the party, a class policy, and it may be taken for granted that it is not going to pay too much regar...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Electioneering Debate. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933

Electioneering Debate. The State Parliament yesterday was treated, during a fortunately brief morning session, to a patent piece of electioneering on behalf of the Federal Labour Party. Mr. Larcombe submitted an omnibus motion asserting that the tariff and excise legislation and general policy of the present Common- wealth Government, in respect to the primary and secondary indus- tries of Queensland, had been and continued to be injurious to the State. One expects a Queensland Government, irrespective of its political colour, to be vigilant in watching the interests of the State in all Federal matters, but to ask the State Parliament to subscribe to a wholesome con- demnation of everything done by the Parliament and Government at Canberra in the last l8 months or so is a move that obviously has no other purpose than to strengthen Labour's armoury for the next Federal general election. The Federal Government's actions in respect to the sugar and banana industries justifiably aroused...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933

By special arrangement Router's world's service, in addition to other special sources of information, is used In com- pilation of this Issue, and all rights there- in In Australia and New Zealand aro reserved.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NEED FOR SCIENCE. Veterinary Research. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933

NEED FOR SCIENCE. "Veterinary Research. The suggestion, made at the annual conference of the Austra- lian Veterinary Association, that the available resources of all the States should be applied towards enabling tiie Sydney Veterinary School to fulfil the whole of Aus- tralia's veterinary science teach- ing requirements, has at least the merit of recognising the need for providing more adequate facilities' in Australia for the training of veterinary scientists and research workers. Sir Arnold Theiler, the world-famous authority on animal nutrition and animal health, in his report to the Council for Scien- tific and Industrial Health, afler investigations conducted by him in Australia in 1929, stated the importance of this question very succinctly when he advised the council to take a wide outlook con- cerning animal health research. "Australia's main industries," he wrote, "are those of primary pro- duction; they are based on the health of animals. Animal health is national wealth."...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933

FUNERAL DIHECTORS. JOHN Hislop us Sons, Funeral Directors, 544 Petrie Bight, city, and 17 Peel St, South Brisbane. 'Phone B8705 and J3780. C1ANNON Se Cripps, Fuueral Directors, 45 ?* Adelaide St. (opp. City Hall), .phone B1971; Wickham Street, Valley, .phone B1972; Stanley St., Soutb Brisbane, 'phone J2007; Cleveland Road. Stone's Corner, 'phone J6357. _ ALEX. GOW, Funeral Director, Petrie Bight. 'Phone B1988, 2 lines. Efficiency, combined with dignity._ FOLEY, Cremin Pty., Ltd., Undertakers. Head office, Clarence Cnr., stb, Bris- bane. Tel. J370L. MONUMENTAL. A NDREW L, Petrie, Monumental Sculp "- tor, Cemetery Gates, Toowong. Bris- bane. Prices on application. Tel. Tw. 3B. FLORISTS. S EARL'S Satisfactory Service, 6, Brisbane Arcade, for Wreaths, Floral Tributes, Bouquets. B6841. After hours. JY1178. /CALIFORNIAN Florists (N. B. Deans & Co.), 288 George St. (opp. Supreme Court». 'Phone B6133. After hours JY1253. mitiiSS (Pty.), Ltd., T. & Q. Bldgs., Albert -*- St. f...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Price of Gold. LONDON, August 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933

Price o£ Gold. LONDON, August 31. Gojd is quoted to-day at £6/9/7 an ounce fine compared with £6/8/81 yesterday. '

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
REPORT SOUGHT. Mr. Ford's Attitude. AUTOMOBILE CODE. (Australian Press Association.) HYDE PARK (New York), August 30. President Roosevelt has asked the Industrial Recovery Administrator (Se[?] Hugh Johnson) for a report concerning the failure of Mr. Henry Ford to enroll under the new working agreement for the automobile industry. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933

REPORT SOUGHT. Mr. Ford's Attitude. AUTOMOBILE CODE. (Australian Press Association.) HYDE PARK (New York), August 30. President Roosevelt has asked the Industrial Recovery Admin- istrator (Sent'.r Hugh Johnson) for a report concerning the failure of Mr. Henry Ford to en- roll under the new working agree- ment for the automobile industry. Mr. Ford at present is spending ; holiday in the woods of Michigan. WASHINGTON, August 30. Mr. Ford has until September 5 to sign the automobile code of competi- tion if he wants the blue eagle for his motor cars. The National Recovery Administrator (Senator Johnson) said Mr. Ford must sign the code to get the blue eagle, no matter if he should announce a schedule of higher wages and shorter hours. Mr. Ford said some time ago that he would have to "live down" to the code-if he adopted it, declaring that it com- pared unfavourably with his own scale of hours and wages. Olli PRICE-FEfiCNG MKELY. Mr. Moffatt, a high official of the Standard Oil Company...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933

PACKED IN QUEENSLAND KING ,1. Mothers! CUTICURA SOAP Used Daily Protects the Skin and Keeps It Healthy EVERY member of the family should use CutieiHra Soap regularly. Price is. Australian Depot: K. Towna & Co. Sydney, N.S.W. 'toé'Ln -the i7iarue¿¿oi^ -reaÂâm of every Aotuzd prodiLcecù Ftélxmgt-. Silent tuning be tween Stations Duo acoustic tone equipment and all the latest improve- ments ON SALE AT ALL RADIO d>DEALERS. lIcuj/Tiaa/ro, Advt.oP ASSOCIATED GENERAL ELECTRIC INDUSTRIES LTD. "Kelvin House," Adelaide St., Brisbane educe 0 . Effective tooday,' all prices of the 1933 AH British Standard Cars are Reduced. To see these models is to wonder how cars, which are so obviously in the highest grade class of British productions, can be sold at such prices. 9 h.p. 4-cylinder Roadster - - £240 Tourer (foui doors) - £250 SaloOIl (four doors) - 13-5 h.p. 6-cylinder Roadster - - Tourer rfoür dóois; - £310 Saloon ffour doors) - £355 PLUS 5% SALES TAX Upholstered in Genuine Leather...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933

SHIPPING. ORIENT LINE ROI AL MAIL STEAMERS To London via Colombo Aden Port Said Naples Toulon Palma Gibraltar and Plymouth Steamers Tons Brisbane Sydney ORAMA 20 000 Sept 6 Sept 16 ORMONDE» t 15 000 Oct 5 Oct 14 OTRANTO 20 000 Oct 19 Oct 28 ORONTES 20 000 Nov 2 Nov 11 ORFORD 20 000 Nov 16 Nov 25 .Tourist steamet One class only ?¡.Omits Palma RMS ORAMA will sall from Hamilton Cold Stores Wharf at 7 a m WEDNESDAY Septcmbei 6 PLEASURE CRUISES By 20 000 TON ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS (First Saloon Only) FARES from 17 and 20 gns (no Ex- change) SEPT G ORAMA extending into seven days to NOUMEA will return to Sydney via LORD HOWL ISLAND rirst class forwarding for Brisbane pass engere provided Sydney/Brisbane DEO 23rd from Sydney ORAMA CHRISTMAS CRUISE to NOUMEA re turning to Brisbane First-class forward lng for Brisbane passengers provided Brisbane/Sydney HOBART AND MELBOURNE RMS ORONSAY Dec 14 offers SPECIAL CHRISTMAS ATTRACTION With 5 Days In Sydney 2 Days In Hobart and Christmas at Sen Inter S...

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HEAVY LOSS OF LIFE. Indian Flood Wreaks Havoc. (Australian Press Association.) CALCUTTA, August 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933

HEAVY LOSS OF LIFE. Indian Flood Wreaks Havoc. (Australian Press Association.) CALCUTTA, August 31. Bursting its banks in many places the water from the River Jumna, in the United Provinces, inundated thou- sands of acres and swept a number of villages out df existence. There was heavy loss of life, and many cattle were drowned. Troops were rushed to the affected districts to warn the villagers to evacuate. The danger of a break in the Shyok dam has passed, and the waters of the Indus are falling. ___

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ONE CENTRAL SCHOOL. VETERINARY SCIENCE TEACHING. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933

ONE CENTRAL SCHOOL. VETERINARY SCIENCE TEACHING. Willie he sees some good In the pro- posal of the conference of the Australian Veterinary Association that the various States should subsidise the Sydney Veter- inary School, which was declared suf- ficient to fulfil the whole of Australia's veterinary science teaching requirements, the Minister for Agriculture (Mr. F. W. Bulcock) yesterday pointed out some draw- backs to the proposal. He said that the subsidising of one cen- tral school of / veterinary science had a great deni to commend It, moro particu- larly as It would be Impossible were there a number of schools for each to attract a sufficient number of students to make the school worth while. On the other hand, the avenues of occupation for quali- fied veterinary surgeons were somewhat limited. It was obvious that one central school could function admirably and sup- ply the requirements of all States. There was, however, another factor which had to be taken Into consideration....

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
NEW CRISIS ARISES IN FREE STATE. Demand for Republic. I.R.A. TAKES LEAD IN QUARREL WITH MR. de VALERA. A split has occurred between the Irish Republican Army and Mr. de Valera. The former, fearing a campaign of coercion, is calling upon the Republicans to unite for the establishment of a republic. Mr. de Valera, on the other hand, has declared that a republic will be declared only with the assent of the people. (Australian Press Association.) DUBLIN, August [?]1. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933

NEW CRISIS ARISES IN FREE STATE. Demand for Republic. LR.A. TAKES LEAD IN QUARREL WITH MR. de VALERA. A split has occurred between the Irish Republican Army and Mr. de Valera. The former, fearing a campaign of coercion, is calling upon the Republicans to unite for the establishment of a republic. Mr. de Valera, on the other hand, has declared that a republic will be declared only with the assent of the people. (Australian Press Association.) DUBLIN, August 31. What Is likely to prove a new crisis in the Irish Free State developed dur- ing the night. It appears that a raid occurred on Sunday on a camp ot Republicans at Glendhu, County Dublin, in which, according to the Irish Republican Army, "a large number of C.I.D. who were notori- ous in the Cos- grave regime " participated. The I.R.A. (Irish Re- publican Army), interpreting this, raid as the begin- ning of a cam- paign of coercion against the Re- publicans by the de Valera Gov- ernment, calls the Republicans to Eamonn De Valera. ...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933

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HANDSHAKE FOR NEW PRESIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933

HANDSHAKE FOR NEW PRESIDENT. Mr. W. J. Strachan, the retiring president of the Queensland Bowling Association (on left) congratulating his successor, Mr. J. F. Chap- man, at the annual meeting of the association last night.

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PETROL PUMP FEES. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933

PETBOL PUMP PEES. An ordinance passed by the Brisbane City Council relating to the removal of petrol pumps during the currency of the licence received executive approval yes- terday. The ordinance provides that In such cases til council should refund c proportionate amount of the licence Cees.

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SOME TO BE RETAINED. Marketing Board's Activities. (Australian Cable Service.) LONDON, August 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933

SOME TO BE RETAINED. Marketing Board's Activities. (Australian Cable Service.) LONDON, August 30. Despite the Empire Marketing Board's termination on September 30 several of its branches are likely to be retained by being transferred to Government departments. Negotiations are proceeding to discover the extent to which the board's activities, par- ticularly in research, can be continued. They jprobably will be financed from the Colonial Office vote. The Dominions may be able to utilise these departments if they so desire subject to a financial contribution. The board's costliest department, that of publicity, will disappear.

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DESIRES PEACE. WOULD MEET BRITAIN. (Australian Press Association.) LONDON, August 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933

DESIRES PEACE. WOULD MEET BRITAIN. (Australian Press Association.) LONDON, August 31. "I am anxious for peace. If there is a sincere desire on the part of the British Government to negotiate we are ready," said Mr. B. de Valera (president of the Irish Free State Executive Council) in a special inter- view with a representative of the "Daily Herald." He added, however, that he thought the present state of affairs suited the British Govern- ment. "They saw, in an economic war," he continued, "an excuse for banning Irish produce as a measure of protection for their own farmers. It has not been an unmixed evil for Ireland. Although it has meant hard- ship it has forced us to move more rapidly in the direction of economic Independence."

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WHOSE SILVER? Seized on Steamer. MELBOURNE, August [?]1. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933

WHOSE SILVER? Seized on Steamer. MELBOURNE, August 31. The local Customs authorities have referred to the Minister for Customs (Mr. T. W. White) the question of determining the dis- puted ownership of a hoard of silver coins, worth £351, found secreted on the steamer Plako, before lier arrival in Melbourne from New Zealand last week. The money has been claimed by the New Zealand Government as the goof« were illegally exported from New Zealand. Another claim to ownership has been made by M'llwraltli, M'Eacharn, Ltd, Mel- bourne, agents for the Flako, on behalf of the owners.

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GERMAN INFLUENCE [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933

GEEMAN INFLUENCE The construction pi a block of brick flats in Upper Roma Street has at- tracted much public interest, because the design is of a severity new to Bris- bane. This extreme simplicity in exterior treatment makes possible large corner windows that should give the maxi- mum natural lighting to the flats. The general scheme of the building follows the modern German conception of Ideal architecture. Each flat is self contained, and possesses two bedrooms, a spacious living-room, and repárate means of access. Mr. D. P. Cowell Ham Is the archi- tect, and the builders are the Queens- land Building and Construction Co., Ltd.

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