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KINDNESS TO ANIMALS. NO CAMEL FIGHTS IN TURKEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933
KINDNESS TO ANIMALS. NO CAMEL FIGrHTS IN TURKEY. IÈ is considered probable that before long some of the more practical sug- gestions put forward for- the protec- tion of animals in Turkey will be em- bodied in penal legislation. ' Public opinion has been changing rapidly on this subject. Camel fighting, for in- stance, has been stopped, and yarious places in the province have put an end to cock fighting. Tlie latter sport has been very popular in Anatolia from time immemorial. Attention has also been drawn to the wilful destruction of wild birds, and it has been pointed out that the martin will soon disappear unless measures are taken against the boys who take the eggs.
Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933
MALLAN, Maker of COMPLETE UPPER or LOWER SETS of TEETH AT £1-10-0 £2-0-0 £4-0-0 £5-0-0 £6-0-0 TAINLESS ' EXTRACTIONS, it. GEORGE STREET (One door from Queen Street), BRISBANE. KING TEA GIRL TO YOUR PARTY For a Tea Party to be a success, the principal guest must be the King Tea Girl. Others can contribute the conversation-but only the King Tea Girl can provide the most delicious refreshment ever devised for partic- ular people. Select King Tea once and you select it always; for King Tea never varies» Always the best and most tender tips are chosen. They are plucked under the watchful eye of the Planter and his Overseer-plucked in the early morning when the leaves are charged with aromatic richness. No time is lost-no trouble spared in drying and cur- ing, and then the precious treasures are skipped direct to Queensland for skilful and careful grading and blending. Finally King Tea is packed by special ma- chinery in dust-proof and damp-proof containers, and ifc therefore always in pe...
THE TROCADERO. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933
THE TROCADERO. The first in Australia to inaugurate the two-piano idea for dance orches- tras, BHIo Smith's famous Trocadero Orchestra has won the admiration of thousands of dance enthusiasts. The programme this week consists of old time dancing on Tuesday; Brisbane Movie Club dance night on Wednes- day; All Hallows' ball on Thursday; ana the Queensland Aero Club ball on Friday night. Other balls booked for this season are the Nundah Corpus Christi Church ball on September 7; T. C. Belrne's Social Club dance on September 14. and the Wool Ball on September 22. On September 5 the Parma waltz competition will begin Inquiries and reservations may bel made by telephoning J1884.
SORE THROAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933
SORE THROAT. Any little soreness in the throat grows rapidly worse if neglected. Crush three tablets of Bayer Aspirin -in some water and gargle at once. -This gives, you instant relief, and re- duces., danger from ; infection. One .good. garglfc '.and you can feel safe. If all soreness is not "¿one promptly, .repeat, "f here is usually a cold with the sore 'throat, so take fwo tablets to throw 'off'your cold, headache, stiffness or other cold symptoms. Bayer Aspirin relieves neuralgia, neuritis, rheumatism, lumbago, sciat- ica, toothache, earache and othei needless pain. Use it freely ; genuine Bayer Aspirin does not hurt the heart or upset the stomach. Physicians recommend it. All Chemists sell genuine Bayer Aspirin in handy boxes of 12 tablets, also bottles of 24 and .100 tablets the Bayer Cross trade mark appears on every tablet. Bayer Aspirin costs no more than the uncertain imita- tions and loudly advertised r,ub stitutes which physicians would not think of prescribing. Say Bay...
Australia's Export Quota WHEAT 10 CENTS BELOW PRICE (Australian Cable Service.) (British Official Wireless.) LONDON, August 27. The reduction of 15 per cent, in Australian exports, to which she agreed at the World Wheat Conference, will be based on her average exports in the seasons from 1928 to 1933, Canada, the United States, and Argentina base their restrictions on the 1931 to 1933 average sowings. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933
Australia's Export Quota WHEAT 10 CENTS BELOW PRICE (Australian Cable Service.) (British Official Wireless.) ^ LONDON, August 27. The reduction of 15 per cent, in Australian exports, to which she agreed at the W orld Wheat Conference, will be based on her average exports in the seasons from 1928 to 1933, Canada, the United States, and Argentina base their restric- tions on the 1931 to 1933 average sowings. In regard to the figure of 63 03 gold cents a bushel, inserted In the final agreement, the index figure for the week ending August 5 was on this calculation. 55 gold cents, and is now between 53 and 54.. It will be seen, therefore, that the price must rise approximately 10 gold cents a bushel and be maintained at that figure for four months before it will be neces- sary for the importing countries to adjust their tariffs. The agreement has no immed- iate bearing on Australia, which is entitled to export 142,000,000 bushels of the 1933-34 crop and 113 millions of the 1934-35 crop. ...
Sovereigns in London. SALE AT £1/10/8½. LONDON, August 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933
Sovereigns in London. SALE AT £1/10/8}. LONDON, August 26. Sovereigns sold at £l/10/8è m Lon- don yesterday, this being the highest price since Britain went off the gold standard in 1931. The city editor of. the "Sunday Ex- press" ascribes the cause of the rise in the price of gold to an immense gold-hoarding movement in France, where the people have lost confidence in all forms of paper obligations. One of the great French -industrialists; Jt is understood, holds about £8,000,000 worth of gold. In a London bank. "" ' 'Flu safely stopped wltH Vincent* A.P.C.»
MAJESTIC THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933
MAJESTIC THEATRE. Sydney Howard, the noted English comedian, is cast in a dual role in "It's A King," the new featme at the Majestic Theatie. He is Alfred King, prosaic insurance collector, and King Alfred, ruler of Helgia. - The opening "scenes show the comedian among his fellow insurance. canvassers, prepar- ing for a Continental .holiday. Then, in modern film technique, spectators are transported to the mythical king- dom bf Helgia, where King Alfred is temperamentally insisting on going on a holiday during a national crisis. Alfred King, arriving in this imagin- ary State, is nlunged into a world of splendour, with embarrassing escorts, terrifying cannon, a soul-shattering reception, rich uniforms, and uncount- able cutlery, all adding bewilderment to his adventures. A heroic and happy ending is secured when a plot to assassinate King Alfred is triumph- antly scotched by Alfred King. Sydney Howard's popularity on the English stage can be well understood, for his air of comic per...
REPERTORY THEATRE SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933
REPERTORY THEATRE SOCIETY. The Brisbane Repertory Theatre Society's third production for the 1933 season will bs Frânz Molnar's "Fashions for Men," which will be presented at Cremorne on September 5 and 6, under the stage direction of Mr. j. pendleton. Franz Molnar is recognised as one of the greatest of Continental dramatists, and in "Fashions for Men" he probably is shown at his best. There are no com- plexities in the story as told bv him, and the play is one of absorbing in- terest. The box plans are now open at Paling's.
"ST. PAUL." [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933
"ST. PAUL." The box plan for the performance of the oratorio, "St. Paul" (Mendels- sohn) by the Brisbane Austral Choir, in the City Hall, on September 9, will open at Paling's to-morrow. This oratorio has not been given in Bris- bane for over 20 years, and, with the full strength of 150 voices of this well-known choir, under the con- ductorship of Mr. E. R. B. Jordan, with orchestral accompaniment, by the Queensland State and Municipal Orchestra, a good performance is pro- mised. The soloists will be Miss May Jordan (soprano), Miss Firth Edmunds (contralto), Mr. Will Donald (tenor), and Mr. Stan Mitchell (bass). The box plan is at Paling's.
VALLEY THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933
VALLEY THEATRE. A story full of the glamour of the old Viennese court is told, in "Re- union in Vienna," which is now being fcreened at the Valley Theatre. John Barrymore and Diana Wynyard are admirably cast as the Emperor and a court favourite, whose romance is re- newed when members of royalty arrange a reunion in Vienna, after 10 years of exile. Many charming melodies, some sparkling wit, and de- lightful humorous situations are found throughout the story. On the same programme is "Pleasure Cruise," in which Geneviève Tobin is starred as a wife who goes for a sea voyage without her husband, but discovers that he has obtained the position of ship's barber. Australian and overseas gazettes and "Fatty" Arbuckle in "Buzzing Around" complete the pro- gramme.
VIOLIN RECITAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933
VIOLIN RECITAL. A programme of classical music was selected Uy Miss Beatrice Kelly, L.A.B., for a violin recital at St. Thomas's Parish Hall on Saturday night. Miss Kelly, who was formerly a student at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music, where she was a pupil of Professor Cyril Monk, had the assistance of Mrs. H. D. Campbell, L.R.A.M., at the piano, Miss Constance Buchan (soprano), and Mr. Leo. Lewin (of Sydney), tenor. The large audience particularly appreciated the rendition of Beethoven's piano and violin sonata, no. 5-allegro, adagio, scherzo, and allegro-by Mrs. H. D. Campbell and Miss Kelly. Mendelssohn's violin concerto in E minor was played by Miss Kelly in a splendid manner. She played also "Poupée Valsante" (Poldini-Krelsler), "Chcsen Tune" (Howells), and "Ave Marla ' (Schubert Wilhelmj). "Who is Sylvia" (Schubert) and "The Lass With the Delicate Air" (Arne) were the principal offerings bv Miss Buchan, and Mr. Lewin sang "The Erl King" (Schubert). "A Banjo Song" (Homer), a...
TIVOLI THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933
TIVOLI THEATRE, Constance Bennett is more fascinat- ing than ever In "Rockabye," the emo- tional drama featured at the Tivoli on the current programme. The cast also includes Joel M'Crea and Paul Lukas In a sensational story of a girl whoso lover proves faithless. "Called Back" is also featured, and this has Dorothy Boyd in a classic domestic story by Hugh Conway. "Bygones," with radio star Ruth Etting; "Strange As It Seems," an all-colour novelty; Cine sóund Review, and latest Fox and Uni- versal newsreels are also presented. "Parachute Jumper" comes to the Tivoli on Friday next, with Douglas Fairbanks, jun" in the main role, as- sisted by Bette Davis and Leo. Carrillo. The second feature is "Warrior's Hus- band," a comedy, with Elissa Landl, David Manners, and Marjorie Ram beau.
DRIED FRUITS IN LONDON. MELBOURNE, August 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933
DRIED FRUITS IN LONDON. MELBOURNE, August 27. Tho Commonwealth Dried Fruits Export1 Control Board advises that, during the I week ending August 24, 2177 tons of Aus-| trallan dried fruits were purchased by British buyers, including: 1334 tons of, sultanas at an average of £36/11/8 a ton; 533 tons of currants at £32/16/8; and 1241 tons of lexlas at £33/15/ a ton. A stronger demand Is manifested In sultanas, indi- cating the early opening of the seasonal interest in Australian dried fruits, prob- ably as the result of the adverse reports regarding the Mediterranean harvest pros- pects.
"WITH THE BIG HERDS IN AUSTRALIA." [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933
"WITH THE BIG HERDS IN AUSTRALIA." A book will be published shortly, which every reader should find of aosorMng Interest. It has been written by A. J. cotton, a man with a lifetime of experience in the development of this country, and covers a host of incidents, both grave and gay, tragic and humorous. It is a book designed to stir the memories of the old and fire the imagination of the young. It is written in straight, forward language without any strain- ing after literary effect, and ii has tha authoritative ring of Mr. Cotton's per- sonal reminiscences. An advertise- ment; in this issue provides details of the book and how and where it may bs obtained.
ETCHINGS AND WATER COLOURS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933
ETCHINGS AND WATER COLOURS. Tlie Gainsborough Gallery, Bank of New South Wales Chambers, Queen Street, has on view an interesting col- lection of etchings and water colours by well-known Australian artists, in- cluding recent drypoints by Lionel Lindsay and Vincent Sheldon, also coloured wood cuts and exclusive pieces of hand-made pottery.
INTER-STATE FRUIT TRAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933
INTER-STATE FRUIT TRAIN. Special fruit train. 34/33 (Section 2),' arranged by and despatched for the Com- mittee of Direction or Fruit Marketing cleared Clapham via the Kyogle route on Saturday with 340 tons, or which 155 tons were ror Melbourne, consisting cf 2129 cases bananas. 1185 cases pineapples, 25 cases papaws, 909 cases beans, 3 rases cucumbers, 12 coses custard apples. 22 casrs cucumbers. Sydney took 176 tons, consist- ing of 373 casss bananas, 973 coses olne apples, 104 cases papaws, 880 cases Deans, 7696 cases tomatoes, 15 cases Cape goose- berries, 3 cases peas, 21 cases chillies, 235 cases cucumbers, 13 cases custard apples Newcastle took 6 tons, consisting of 33 cases bananas, 66 cases pineapples, 147 casrs tomatoes, 1 case papaws. Albury took 13cwt, consisting or 6 cases ban- anas, 32 cases tomatoes. Kalgoorlie look one ton, consisting or 25 cases bar anas The following was forwarded per steamer for the same period:-To Sydney, 5 cases bananas, 27, cases pineapples. S...
SUN, MOON, AND T[?]DES. August 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933
SUN, MOON, AND TTDES. Sun -Rues 6 6am sets 5 32 p m Moon -Rises 1011 am first quarter August 28 813 p m full moon Septem- ber 4 3 4pm last quarter September | 730 am new moon September 20 L a m first quarter September 27 1 36 a m THE TIDES At Pile Lighthouse - am iigh water 'l 23 4ft lOIn ow water 7 51 4ft loin August 29 pm 2 32 5ft Sin 9 25 1ft l'ln Highwater 2 22 4ft 41n 3 54 5ft 81n Low water 9 03 1ft Oin 10 50 1ft Uln August 30 3 54 3ft llln 5 23 6ft Oin 10 25 1ft Oin - - August 31 5 35 3't llln 6 36 6ft 61n 1210 1ft 7in - - 1138 Oft llln - - September 1 6 54 4ft -"n 7 35 6ft llln 1 16 lit 2in 12 44 Oft 7ln September 2 7 52 4ft lOIn 8 23 7ft Hn 2 10 Oft 81n 143 Oft 4m September 3 8 40 5ft 4in 9 05 7ft 2!n 2 55 Oft 51n 2 35 Oft lln September 4 9 24 5ft 8in 9 45 7ft Oin 3 35 Oft 2in 3 25 Oft Oin September 5 10 04 5ft llln 10 22 6ft 4 12 Oft Oin 4 IO Oft For high water at Pinkenba add 22mln to time on bar at dry dock add 28mln Indooroopilly add Ihr 32min Add another half-hour to as...