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TARIFF DECISIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933
TARIFF DECISIONS. The following approved decisions relat- ing to the Customs Tariff 1921-1930 as proposed to be amended nre published by the Customs Department for gen »ral Information and for the guidance of officers - Drugs Chemicals and Medicines - Menthol natural for use In tho mnnufac turo of medicinal preparations for Internal use under security (Ey-law No 3095 ) Tariff item 404 Metals-Steel high speed tool In bar form and In short lengths (also known ns tool bits) for use in manufacturing 1 ito tool cutters whether hardened fmpoied ground nnd cut on the novel or not Note-TD 33/149 Is to be cancelled TnrlfT item. 136 (C) (1) Pleco Goods-Cotton, resembling vfl veteen (sometimes described as gold min- ing cord), for use in the mining Industry under security (By-law No 3098 ) Tariff item 415A (2) Piece Ooods-Honeycomb cloth not de- fined for cutting up for use In the manufacture of housohold ten towelling under security (By-law No 3002 ) Tariff item 120 (C) (3) Piece Goods-Velour...
USE FOR CHEESE Surplus British Milk OFFER TO N. ZEALAND (Australian Press Association.) LONDON, August 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933
USE FOR CHEESE Surplus British Milk OFFER TO N. ZEALAND (Australian Press Association.) LONDON, August 30. The agricultural editor of the "Daily Herald," referring to the decision to send Mr. Baxter (an ex-president of the National Farmers' Union) to New Zealand, to consult with the New Zea- land farmers in regard to dairy pro- duce, says Mr. Baxter is chairman of the Milk Board. He has hastily ar- ranged his visit, the object of which is to attempt to persuade the New Zea- land farmers to make a big change over from cheese to butter-making. The members of the Milk Board desire that to be done in order that a large scale factory manufacture of cheese may be built up, and thus utilise at least 40 per cent, of British milk, which is now surplus. Mr. Baxter hopes to convince the New Zealand farmers that the difficul- ties which have arisen over the work- ing of the Ottawa agreement will thus be overcome. Neither Government is anxious to reopen the Ottawa arrange- ments, but both will b...
Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933
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FARM TRAINEES. SECOND BATCH OF BOYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933
FARM TRAINEES. SECOND BATCH OF BOYS. The second batch of trainees from the St. Lucia training farm for boys will soon be available for employment, the Minister for Agriculture (Mr. P. W. Bulcock) said yesterday. The Minister said that it was not expected that there would be any difficulty in placing these boys with a good type of farmer. The departure of these boys would mean vacancies at St. Lucia, and it was dcsireabie that par- ents who wished their sons to be ad- mitted as students should make early application to the principal of the Central Technical College (Mr. H. I McGillivray).
THEATRE ROYAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933
THEATRE ROYAL. Next Friday Jim Gerald and his company will open at the Theatre Royal. The first production, The Moorish Maid, was one of the most popular of the company's repertoire in Melbourne. It gives excellent scope for the quaint mannerisms of Jim Gerald, and contains delightful musical and dance numbers The supporting artists, most of whom arrived yester- day, are Edna Ralston, Freida Son- ning, Lily Coburn, Bobby Clifton, Thelma Duff, Vilma Kaye, Reg. Haw- thorn, Tommy Dale, Will Perryman, Lou Cottam, and Lea and Kelroy. The box plans open at Paling's this morn- ing.
NOT FOR BIG CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933
NOT FOR Bid CRICKET. Frank Sides, the Townsville left-handed batsman, for whom a bright future was predicted twu seasons ago, is not expected to figure in big cricket this season. Last year Sides showed indif- ferent form with the hat, and it was generally known that hi* game had su (Te red through his Ill health. Evidently his condition has not Improved, for latest advice from the north indicates that lie will not be a candidate for the State team this season.
Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933
To-morrow SPECIAL!! Night (Sat.) SPECIAL!!! "STRANGLER" RITSIS (Initial Queensland Appearance), Versus GEORGE TIKI (The Giant Maori). Also BOXING CONTESTS and VAUDEVILLE ACTS. PRICKS: 3/, 2/, li. Ladies 1/ to All Parts. EVERY PRICE TICKET SHOWS A DRASTIC REDUCTION We could tell au liitciestin goods offered, but why sug know? Here's a Partial Equally Attractive. CHECK rOPIilN TOURIST sniBTS. Were «a ff% //& 1G/6. NOW JL%S>/ © CHECK SPORTS SHIR1S, with collar attached. Were 14/6 NOVV.8/6 POPLIN TASHION SHIBTis, with two serai-stiff collars. Wero 9/G. NOW .. .. g //g> PURE TUR ITELT HATS, latest shades and shapes. Weie ¿5/, 21/. NOW. /: :/&lt; HALT BBOAD END TIES. Were 3/6, 2/G. NOW Also. Were 0/6, 5/G, 4/6 NOW TANCY CASHMERE HOSE, in 12 patterns Were 2/G NOW CANADIAN "RED SANDSHOES. Were 12/G. NOW PATENT LEATHER GRECIAN SLIPPERS Were 21/. NOW ro rox" g stoiy about the quality of gebt something you already List-Hundreds ot Others GENUINE BURBERRY RAIN- COATS. Were...
SAVOY-ASTOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933
SAVOY-ASTOR. "No Greater Love" will be screened at the Savoy Theatre, Clayfield, to- night, with Alexander Carr, Beryl Mercer, Dickie Moore, and Hobart Bosworth. The associate attraction, "Branded," with Buck Jones, is a thrilling rodeo story of the Wüst. "The Air Mail Mystery," comedy, cartoon, and Fox News also will be shown. For reservations ring M1107-1108. At the Astor, New Farm, Richard Barthel mess will be seen In "Cabin in the Cotton," also Marie Dressier and Polly Moran in "Prosperity." There will be supporting items, and reserva- tions may be made by telephoning B4143.
RAILWAY WORKSHOPS PAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933
RAILWAY WORKSHOPS PAY. At the last fortnightly pay there were 1290 wages men on the pay roll of the Ipswich railway workshops, the Minister for Transport (Mr. J. Dash) told Mr. T. Nimmo (Opposition, Oxley), in answer to a question in Parliament yesterday. The total amount of wages paid was £8701, or an average of £6/15/7.
AMATEUR ATHLETICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933
AMATEUR ATHLETICS. The following handicaps have been ' de- clared for the 100 yarda Davo Scott memorial race, which will bo conducted by the Q.A.A.A. In conjunction with the Junior championships at Lang Park on Saturday afternoon. The first heat Is timed to start at 2.15 p.m.:-First heat: N. Demp- sey, scratch; R G. Fraser. R. Chaplain, G. Hoffman, 6yds!; A. B. Postlc, V. Mylne, 7'i; E. J. Robertson. 9. Second heat: H. Day, 5yds.: N. Carroll. 6; L. Nicholl, 7; T, Essam, 9'/a; S. Grlce. 11; S. J. Everist, 12; R. T. Lindley, -. Third heat: A. Gordon, R. Davidson, fi; K. Hocy, 8; M D'Arcy, 9>,i; W. West, 11; A. J. Toye. 12.' Fourth heat: FL. Self, 6yds.; G. Brandis, 7\í; L. K. Hamilton. 8; .L. Hudson., 9\í; A Schmidt 11; A. Mathers. 12. Fifth heat: À. Schulte, 7yds.; A. E. Ward. 1\í¡; J. Potts. 9; D, Haig, 10; V. Hall, 1H4; R. J. O'connell, 12. Sixth heat: H. E Spreadborough, 7yds.; J. Collins, 7',i; S J. Tlbbitts, 8; G. Harring- ton, 10; E. Felsman, 11 Vi; T. Scanlon. 12. Seventh h...
ROC[?]HAMPTON ACCEPTORS. ROCKHAMPTON, August 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933
ROC'/IHAMPTON ACCEPTORS. ROCKHAMPTON. August 31. Acceptances for the Rockhampton Jockey Club's September meotlng on Saturday are: PARK HANDICAP, Third Division, Furlongs (at 2.15 p.m.).-Zeolite 9.10, Fox Lad 9.10, Joy King (N.Z.) 7.13, Dream Foot 7.11. PARK HANDICAP, Fourth Division, Furlongs (2.50).-Mount Carolga 9.5. Mas- ter Kelly 9.0, Marco Lita 8.12, Nimble Itys 8.12, Treclare's Best 8.7, Persian Gull (late Sea Gem) 7.12. PARK H/\t)IOA°. Fifth Division, 5 Furlongs (3.2a).-First Chip 0.10, Wallace Main 9.10. Windsor Boy 9.7, Royloma 8.3, Andésite 7.10, Stray Fox 7.7. WELTER. First Division, 6 Furlongs (4 p.m.).-Zeolite 9.6, Prince Itys 9.6, Fox Lad 9.6. Joy King (N.Z.) 7.9. WELTER, Second Division, S\i Furlongs (4.35).-My Carolga 9.5, Marco Lltn 8.12, Nimble Itys 8,12, Treclare's Best 8.7. Persian Gull (late Sea Gem) 7.12, Wnllaco Main 7.12, Windsor Boy 7.9.
RECORD BROKEN. TOWNSVILLE RACING. MR. CUNNINGHAM'S TRIPLE TOWNSVILLE, August 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933
RECORD BROKEN. TOWNSVILLE RACING. MR. CUNNINGHAM'S TRIPLE TOWNSVILLE, August 31. There was an Improved attendance at Cluden this afternoon, when the second day's racing of the North Queensland Amateur Turf Club was held under Ideal racing conditions. The breaking of the long-established record over six furlongs was evidence of the excellent condition of the track. The gate receipts were a big Improvement on last year, a comparison being: 1932, first day, £37/12/5; second, day, £48/3/3. 1933: First day, £50/8/; second day, £67/0/11. DETAILS. WESTERN HANDICAP.-First Division: A. H. W. Cunningham's br.g. ARCTIC FLIGHT, by Antarctic-Brown Flight; 10.13 (Mr. HUdrew). 1; WRIGLEY. 10.4 '(Mr. Stuart). 2. Only starters. Betting: 5 to 2 on ARCTIC FLIGHT, 3 to 1 Wrig- ley. Won pulling up. by a length. Time. 1.5 2-5. Dividend: 11/6. CLUDEN IIANDICAP.-First Division:: A. H. W. Cunningham's b.g. BOOKSTORE, by Negro-Boobook, 10.11 (Mr. Htldrew), 1; GOLDEN PERRO, 11.3 (Mr. Wetten- hall), 2; RED VAL...
IPSWICH NOMINATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933
IPSWICH NOMINATIONS. The following nominations have been received for tho Ipswich Turf Club's meeting to bo held at Bundamba on Wed- nesday : DIVISIONAL HANDICAP.-Query Palm, Tennlspear, Black Peer, Hebron, Silk Em- blem, Heath Lad, Golden Vestment, Tyn- wald, Lady's Pride, The Libertine, Gold Phast, Christopher Robin, Sheila Phast, Ree Shamus, The Member, Polyhistor. Fragrant Memory, Credence, Yokel, Wol csto, Pet Scholar, Atrato, Master Attract, Amity Point, Trenlma, Bronzeborough, Hilda R.. Field Gun, Parry, Hlghette, Merry Bachelor. Lineal, Ruell. Centaurl, Berdora, Say Mack. Bach, Pole Carew, Golden Charm, Sir Malabar, Bridge Charm. Miss Persse, Heath Loc, Little Prince, Cubba dah, Premium, Lapfast. The Boom, Roto Spa, Beelbee, Firecracker, Tungcwah, Al anna Lee, CIrraween, ' Dranoel, Prince Jed, Barabon, Cool Pride, Plemlst, Trent- wood, Sheila's Joy, Bachelor's Echo, Key- board, Contain John, Fern Dance. Silver Shade, Dogwood, Green Ant. Hazak. Sil- ver Sea. Pcrpso's Beauty. ...
TASMANIAN TEAM. HOBART, August 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933
TASMANIAN TEAM. HOBART, August 31. The following have been selected to represent Tasmania in the Australian amateur boxing championships, to be hold in Brisbane on September 26, 28. and 29: Bantam, K. Read;' fcatherr/elght, J. Purdy; lightweight. A. Taylor; welter- weight, E. Branigan. Mr. J. Pool will be trainer and coach, and Mr. L. Viney, manager. Delegates to the conference, "Captain E. Kallend. and Mr. G. F. Brewster.
FRESH LAURELS ROBERTSON'S RIVAL RUNNING IN AMERICA (By Tape.) [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933
FRESH LAURELS ROBERTSON'S RIVAL RUNNING IN AMERICA (By Tape.) Austin Robertson, hero of the last Australian professional championships, Is fa America seeking fresh laurels, but, according to tho cablegram published in The Courier-Mall, he is suffering from an Injured tendon, which may or may not bo serious. He Is confident that It will respond to treatment, and all Australians will hope so. The name Tolan la mentioned In the cablegram as his first prospective oppon- ent, and he Is a class runner, although ¡Is stated best time for 100 yards, 10 3-5 seconds, Is nothing wonderful, viewed In the light of figures only.. Parker, Miles, Banner, and all the old-time sprinters that one best knew, M'Garrlgal, Postle, Donaldson, Todd, and others, did better than that. But Eddie Tolan cnly 24 years of age, has much of his running life before him, and In fact there Is very little of It behind him. Ho was ona of the stars of the Los Angeles games last year, winning both the 100 metres and 200 met...
THE GREATEST PORT. A CRUISE DOWN THE THAMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933
THE GREATEST PORT. A CRUISE DOW THE THAMES. Tho first of the season's river and dock cruises, arranged by the Port of London Authority, was made last month. The purpose of these cruises, on Wednesday and Saturday after- noons until September 16 (says the "Times"), is to show the Thames in its lower reaches, constituting Lon- don's seaport, and to provide some appreciation of the vastness and com- plexity of the country's trade and commerce, of which the Port is the chief distributing centre. The steamer Isle of Arran left the Tower Pier (close to Mark Lane "underground) at 2.15 pin. She is one of the steamers engaged on these cruises which can carry over 1000 pas- sengers. Those who went on yester- day's cruise were particularly for- tunate in the weather-brilliant sun- shine tempered by an easterly breeze. A plan of the river, marked with the chief points of interest on its banks, was distributed to the passengers; and for their further guidance and in- struction a light running co...