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EXPORTS DECLINE. AUSTRALIAN BUTTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933
EXPORTS DECLINE. AUSTRALIAN BUTTER. The Minister for Commerce (Mr F H Stewart) reports that from July 1 to August 19 exports of butter from the Commonwealth amounted to 3316 tons as compared with 7852 tons for the hame period last ye-ir Shipments to the United Kingdom totalled 2474 tons as against 7123 tons for the corresponding peilod last year representing a decrease of 65 per ceiHr Shipments to other countries ha\e howevei increased fiom 729 tons to 842 tons Details of shipments from each Stato during the abovomentloned peilods are as follow - July 1 to August 19 1933 - United Other Totll Kingdom Countries Boxes Boxes Boxes NSW 10 430 7 082 17 518 Victoria 11 630 21 390 33 020 Queensland . . 63 088 5 192 68 £80 SA . .. .. . 13 299 25 13 324 - 500 98 953 33 689 132 642 (2474 (842 (3316 tons) tons) tDns) July 1 to August 20 1932 - NSW 16 881 5 926 22 807 Victoria 118 665 16 843 135 508 Queensland .. . 121688 6 372 128 oro SA .. .. 25 170 43 25 213 WA .. . 767 - "67 Tasmania .. . 1 ...
COMING PROGRAMMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933
COMING PROGRAMMES. Tlie Regent Theatre announces a new season in entertainment, com- mencing to-morrow. The beginning of September is also tho commencement of Paramount week. On September 9, the Regent will pre- sent Marion Davies in the Irish comedy, Peg o' My Heart. On the same programme will be Kay Francis in The Keyhole. The programme for successive weeks are: September 16, Janet Gaynor and Will Rogers, in State Fai'r and Warren Williams in Tlie Match King: September 23, Ann Harding und Robert Montgomery in When Ladies Meet; September 30, Clark Gable and Helen Hayes in The White Sister. During October the Chefalo-Palermo company of magic- ians and midgets will appear on stage.
EBOR HANDICAP. LONDON, August 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933
EBOR HANDICAP. LONDON, August 31. The Ebor Handicap, 1 milo 6 furlongs, was run at York to-day, and resulted: Dictum 1, Within The Law 2, Trustee 3. Eleven horses ran. Won by a neck, with a length and a half between second and third. Betting: 7 to 1 v. Within The Law, S to 1 Dictum, 100 to 7 Trustee.
LYCEUM THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933
LYCEUM THEATRE. Nancy Carroll is the star of the Columbia picture, Child of Manhattan, which begins at the Lyceum Theatre to-day for one week. It is the story of a dance-hall hostess. The as- sociate feature is "Partners," with Tom Keene. This is a fast-moving story of ranch life, telling of the friendship between a cowboy and youngster he has taken under his pro- tection. Supporting features are a Charlie Chase comedy, "Nickel Nurses," Mickey Mouse cartoon, "Back Hunt," screen song, Fox Movietone, and Hearst News.
WARWICK CHAMPIONS. WARWICK, August 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933
WARWICK CHAMPIONS. WARWICK, August 31. Yes'terday the Warwick Intermediate School held Its annual athletic sports. A good attendance of friends and supporters saw four previous records equalled und four new ones set up. The Hamilton Form Cup went to Form lb. Champion- ship cups, presented by Mr. G. Thomas, wore respectively won by Rose More ;with 10 points) and Lloyd Pentecost (with 20 points). Maureen Deegan was lunner up in the girls' championship and Oordcn Stanley in the boys.
TRADE AND FINANCE. Our £15 Million 6 per cents—Suggested Conversion of Dollar Bonds—Southern Bank Clearings— The Economic Blizzard. Conversion in London. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933
TRADE AND FINANCE. Our £15 Million 6 per cents-Suggested Conversion ' of Dollar Bonds-SoiltJiern Bank Clearings The Economic Blizzard. Conversion in London. . "When the July conversion and ré- demption loan of some £17i millions ?was Issued in. London to secure a change over of States' "callable" 6 per cents., to about 4 per cent-the issue was at 99 per cent, cairying 4 per cent. Interest-the Commonwealth £15 millions stood over. The desire was not to overload the market, but It was understood at the time that the Com- monwealth would be acceptable to the market for cover of its "callable" sum during September. The improved posi- tion of wool and wheat, and the con- tinuance of tho Australian endeavour to maintain the trade equilibrium and the realisation of budgetary balancings have combined to strengthen our over , seas credit, and London press state ' ments encourage the expectation that , the change of the £15 millions of 6 per cents, into 4 per cents, is immi- nent. At the mome...
RISES IN MELBOURNE. MELBOURNE, August 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933
EISES IN MELBOURNE, MELBOURNE, August 31. With a short supply of fat cows, competition was animated at the Flem- ington sales to-day. The prices were 20/ to 30/ a head higher than the decidedly improved lates rea- lised last -week. The best heifers were relatively dearer than the best station classes and extra fat cows. A largo pro- portion of the supply, consisting of dis- trict aged cows, advanced 20/ a head. Quotations: Fat cows, 480 yarded: Prime western district cows, £12/10/ o £14; odd beasts, to £15: best pens of heifers, £10/10/ to £12/7/6; good pens of cows, £10/10/ to £11/10/; middling aged dis- trict cows, £6/10/ to £8/10/; inferior. £4/10/ to £0; low-condltloned and old, lower.
DIVIDEND DECLARED. MILLAQUIN SUGAR CO. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933
DIVIDEND DECLARED. MILLAftUIN SUGAR CO. Although the company sustained tv loss of £6626/14/2 on tho year's workings, tho directors consider that tho season last year waa a most unusual one, and they feel Justified in recommending the pay- ment of a dividend of 6 per cent for the year out of the money brought forward from last year. This announcement was made yester- day by tho chairman of directors (Mr. W. H. Hart) at the 22nd annual meet- ing of shareholders of Millaquin Sugar Company I>td. Continuing, Mr. Hart said that, as anticipated, tho crushing last season was a very poor one. as tho total cano crushed was only 27,632 tons. All the cane was crushed through the MUla- quln mill, and Qunaba did not operate. The estimated Australian production of sugar for the 1933 season is 586,350 tons, as against 532,763 tons last season; the quantity required for home consumption this year Is set down at 330,000 tons, tis against 336,693 tons last year, leaving for export 256,350 tons, as ...
BALD HILLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933
BALD HILLS. Harvest Festival.-The annual harvest festival of the Bald Hills Methodist Church was held on August 27, when the services wore conducted by the Rev. Mead. The Sunday celebrations were fol- lowed by a concert in the Memorial Hall, after which the sale of goods was con- ducted by Mr. A. W. Carseldine. The con- cert programme was given by the Brighton Methodist choir. The proceeds were in aid of circuit funds.
WIRELESS NEWS By "ELECTRON." NEW STATIONS. For New Zealand. MODERNISE SERVICE Broadcasting in New Zealand should receive considerable benefit from the plans of the Broadcasting Board for the modernisation of the service. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933
WIRELESS NEWS By "ELECTRON." NEW STATIONS. For New Zealand. MODERNISE SERVICE Broadcasting in New Zealand should receive considerable benefit from tlic plans of the Broadcasting Board for the modernisation of the service. A complete new broadcasting station Is being erected at Chiistchurch by Amalgamated Wireless, and the equip- ment was manufactured in the radto electric woiks oí Amalgamated Wire- less at Sydney. Trie order covers com- ' plete studio equipment, masts, and aerials, and transmitter and emergency plant, including an Internal combustion engine. The masts of the Christchurch station will be 300ft. high, exceeding those of any other station in the Dominion, and equalling anything in Australia, except the big 400ft. masts : of A.W A at Pennant Hills and Apple- cross, W A The transmitter mcoi - porates the latest developmetns In broadcasting technique. It will draw up to 20,000 watts, and ladiate 3000 flatts actual power from the aerial, The new Chiistchuich station will b...
OBI OBI. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933
OBI OBI. Dance.-A donee arranged by tho Nam- bour Suburbs' Footbnlleis was held In the Obi Obi Hall on August 26. Music was supplied by Mls3 V. Slack's band, and Mr. F. Bland supervised the dancing. Calf Club and Arbor Day.-A combined Calf Club and. Arbor Day was held at the Obi Obi State School on August 25. Mr. Q. Andrews (representative of home projects schemes In the Department of Public Instruction) was present, and lec turettes were given by Ken. Glover, Edith Carnell, and Selwyn Slack. Tho awards wero:-Calves: Edith Camon (88 per cent.) 1. Betty Lampton (774) 2- and Selwyn Slack 3. Grasses: Ken. Glover (84). Games and o basket iplcnlc formed part of the day's programme.
WHEAT BOARD. Three Former Members Returned. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933
WHEAT BOARD. Three Former Members Returned, The recent ballot for the appoint- ment of four growers' representatives on the Wheat Board represented a de- parture, in which the new members were, for the first time, elected by the growers as a whole, and not on a district basis as formerly. The number of ballot papers issued was 3482, and 2568, or 73.75 per cent., were returned. The four members elected were Messrs. E. A. Thomas, J. J. Booth, T. W. Mcintyre, and W. J. Brimblecombe. and, with the exception of Mr. Booth, all were members of the old board.
HAIL LOSS. COVER EXTENDED. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933
HAÏL LOSS. COVER EXTENDED. Henceforth crops of wheat which are only partially out, In ear will be covered against loss tinder tye hall Insurance scheme controlled by the Wheat Bonrd. Previously only crops fully In ear were covered. The amendment of the regula- tions received fExecutlve approval yester dnv. ( It will he necessary, however, If a grower wishes to benefit under the new scheme, for him to furnish a return to the board of the area which ho has un- der crop, and other particulars, the re- turn io be lodged for the present year on or before September 15 next, and for futuro years on or before August 15. A further amendment provides that in the case of a dispute between a claimant and the assessor, the dispute 6hall be re- ferred to an umpire appointed by the board on the application of the claimant and assessor. /In the event of the claim of the grower not being sustained on adjudication by the umpire, the grower shall pay to the board £2/2/ to cover costs. The board may re...
PUSH AND PULL. VERSE PROVES EFFECTIVE [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933
PUSH AND PULL. VERSE PROVES EFFECTIVE The Temple of I»mo is opon wide, And Its halls are always full; And some Bet In by the door marked "Push." And somo through the door marked "Pull." This verse is displayed prominently in the office of a State official, who is kept busy for most of the day in- terviewing callers-callers who mainly want a job for themselves or the appointment, promotion, or transfer of a relative or friend. Someone asked the official the other day the reason for the prominent display of the verse, and the reply was: "It speaks for itself and often saves me from speaking."
SYDNEY STOCK SALES. HOMEBUSH YARDINGS. SYDNEY, August 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933
SYDNEY STOCK SALES. HOMEBUSH YARDINGS. SYDNEY, August 31. A total of 46,000 sheep were penned at Homebush to-day, an Increase of 15,000 on the last day. There was keen, general competition. The market for wethers was up 1/ to 1/6, and unaltered lor other de- scriptions. The quality was medium. Quotations: Mutton, 2',id to 2'id; suckers, 4',i.d to 5d; hoggets, 3d to 4d; wethers, 4>/4d to 4%d; prime light. 4>,'4d to 4V4d; heavy, 3V2ü; ewes, 21,id to 3'/2d pear lb, plus skin and fat values. i the cattle section 1937 head were yarded, being an increase of 700 on last day. There were 147 Queensland cattle, the quality being middling. Prime heavy- weight and lightweight lots had the better representation. The demand was Irregular, and prices generally were Arm. Quotations: Prime vealers, 40/ to 50/; prime light, 30/ to 35/: yearling beef, 38/ to 43/ heavy, 30/; trade sorts, 29/ to 32/; best cow beef, 20/ to 26/ per 1001b.
Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933
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JUNIOR COACHING SCHEME. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933
JUNIOR COACHING SCHEME. For the development of the Junior # tennlá coaching scheme arranged by the ' Summer Tennis Association, the commit- tee appointed Is laying definite plans for the forthcoming summer season. This statement was made at a meet- ing held last night, when It was stipu- lated that those Juniors who had entered as participants of the scheme, would be required to supply Information as to whether they had arranged to play any team taking part In the association fix- tures, and whether they were prepared to play In the junior team to be built up during the forthcoming summer season's fixtures. Juniors who had decided to take part in the scheme were requested to forward names, addresses, and ages to the asso- ciation's office during next week, other- wise they might lose the opportunity of participating in the scheme. It was also stated that coaching lectures and demon- strations were being arranged with Mr. S. P. England.
MURGON. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 1 September 1933
MURGON. Valedictory.-Many residents of tho Red- gate district assembled In the Redgate Hall to bid farewell to Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Chapman. Mr. Chapman lins been In charge of the Redgate state School for the past four years, and has been trans- ferred to a similar position at Kandanga. Presents of a lady's handbag to Mn. Chap- man and a set of military brushes to Mr. Chapman were given by Mr. W. Goodchild, on behalf of the residents. public Hall.-The principal officers elect- ed at the annual meeting of the Table- land Hall subscribers were as follows: Patron, Mr. E. H. Clayton, M.L.A.; presi- dent, Mr. R. Schüler; vice-president, Mr. W. Johnson; treasurer, Mr. O. F. Drahelm; secretary, Mr. E. J. pickering. Cricket Club.-A new cricket club has been formed, to bo known as the Mur- gon Baptist Cricket Club, with the Rev. Hohnke as president, and Mr. W. Schaf ferius as secretary.