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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

CLASSES, SCHOOLS, TUITION. SECRETARIAL Practice.—Ours is the only course wholly applicable to Queens- land. Full particulars and our free hand- book supplied without obligation. Light- band & Donaldson, Empire Chambers, Bris- bane. ST Hilda's, Southport, Church of Eng-   land Grammar School for Girls.     Education from kindergarten to senior   standard. For further particulars apply Winifred L. Fittock, B.A., principal. ST. Michael's C. of E. School, London Rd., Clayfield, management Sisters Sacred   Advent. Boarding-Day School, Kindergar- ten-Scholarship. Apply Sister-in-Charge. Tutors. BALLANTYNE & STEEDMAN. Tutors, Junior, Senior. Public Exams., &c. 31 Telegraph Chbs. B6554. THEODORA Benson, violiniste, has re- moved to Treasury Chambers, George   Street, city. WATCH the showcards in the shop win- dows! Would you like to earn a good spare-time or whole-time income produc- ing th...

Publication Title: Courier-Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
PARTIES IN BRIEF SYDNEY VISITOR ENTERTAINS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

PARTIES IN BRIEF SYDNEY VISITOR ENTERTAINS. Iceland popples and sweet peas provided delicate colour contrast at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hicks, Shafston Avenue, Kangaroo Point, on Friday even- ing, when their daughter, Mrs. J. Perci- val Brown, who Is on a visit from Syd- ney, entertained at a bridge party. CLUB DANCE. The picturesque home, Ferndale, Ash- grove, was lent to the Natural'Health Club on Saturday evening for a dance to aug- ment club funds. The hostess, Mrs. T. W. Roberts, received the guests, assisted by Miss C. Cox (hon. secretary). Mr. and Mrs. Hoey and Hiss Hoey represented the Radiant Health Club.' BIRTHDAY LUNCHEON. A luncheon party was given by Mrs. W. Gough-Gubbins. at her flat, 45 Brighton Road, on Tuesday, In honour of the birth- day of her mother, Mrs. J. Nixon. HOLIDAY VISITOR. In honour of Miss Maisie Froggatt, who Is on an extended holiday In Brisbane, Mrs. E. Morris entertained a number of friends at bridge on Thursday at her home, Sheffield, Clayfi...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

SITUATIONS WANTED FURNITURE We have an expert French polisher who is out of employment, also a cane chair repairer. Make your home spick-and-span for the winter. If you ring the Em- ployment Officer, Diggers' Employment Bureau, interviews can be arranged, 'Phone B2859. Address: Anzac House,     Elizabeth Street.     HANDY man wants work, wages, rea- sonable painting, carpentry, garden- ing. Box, A11, This Office. HOTEL manager or barman wants posi- tion, single, go anywhere, wages ar- ranged. Apply Manager, Box A41, this office. INCAPACITATED and Wounded Sailors and Soldiers' Association of Queens-   land. We have good men on our list cap- able of filling the following positions:— French polishers, lift drivers, motor drivers, bank messengers, clerks, and labourers. Employers please ring B5491 for satisfactory labour. LIFTS FOR LIMBLESS. Competent and recommended Lift Attendants supplied on shortest notice. Ring Limble...

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LONDON MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

LONDON MAEKETS. LONDON, August 26.-The following aro the latest market quotations, the Asures la parentheses being the price quoted for tho previous week: RUBBER.-Para, 5'¿d. (5îid.) per Ib.; Plantation, omokcd, 2 23/32d. (3 25/32d.) Per lb. COTTON.-American middling, spot 5.53d. (5.66d.) per lb.; September, 5.43d. (5.42d.). LINSEED OIL.-£21/15/ (£22). COPKA.-September-October, South Sea, nominal £10/5/ (£10/5/); Rabaul Plan- tation, £10/7/6 (£10/7/0). ¿KTE--September-October, £ 16/7/0 "P11*--July-August, £14/15/ (£14/15/) TURPENTINE.-48/9 (48/6). .(Farm Produce reports will bo - fount* on pago 13JL_.

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AUSTRALIA'S GOLD YIELD. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

AUSTRALIA'S GOLD YIELD. An estimated increase of 53,100oz. to 384,760oz. occurred in the gold yield for Australia in the six months ended June 30, in comparison with the figures for the first half of 1932. Compared with the January-June period of 1931 the increase is 125,350oz., or approximately 50 per cent, in two years. Production has been stimulated chiefly by the rise in the price of gold which resulted from the departure of Great Britain from the gold standard in September, 1931, and by a widespread belief that when the British pound again becomes synonymous with gold It will be on the basis of gold, at £6 an ounce, at least, i instead of the old price of £4/5/ an ounce, In addition to the enhanced price in London Australian producers receive the premium of 25 per cent., which Is payable because of the de- preciation of Australian currency in relation to sterling. The estimated gold yields for six months are compared hereunder: Gold Yield for Six Months Ended June 30, 1031. 103...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

Aï the first sign of 'Flu, take two NYAL ESTERIN tablets with a hot lemon drink and go straight to bed. |] ESTERIN brings quick relief by acting directly on the nerve centres. It promptly | checks the development of the disease I germs, reduces the fever and relieves S edies and poins. NYAL ESTERIN Í combines ingredients which are regularly prescribed by the medical profession for relieving pain. ESTERIN is non-habit forming-safe and effective. 1/3 for 24 tablets in hendy flat tins - obtainable also in powder form. Soli and recommended by your Chemin Its Pure? ftlsStrony./W cuxd Its Çjetiaàlen EXTRACT; c(cfP" ATRHOADES Hundreds and hundreds of happy voung couples have furnished their pretty little homes on credit at Rhoades-why shouldn't you do the same? You'll and It most convenient to furnish on ciedit at Rhoades. We'll gladly open an account with you, and you can, If you wish, pay in 30 days and get big discounts-or arrange to pay In two or threo months, and obtain cash concessio...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

-) z HOUSE. J HIXCO PERHAPS the most wonderful thing about the Hixeo i Showrooms is the atmos- phere of friendliness which prevails. The many and' varied delightful articles for the home are there displayed attractively, and to inspect these you are cordially invited, at your leisure, and without obligation. Added to this friendly atmosphere is the genuineness of the values offer- ing. ?Furthermore, there is the HIXCO GUAEANTEE :-"Hixco guarantees to refund all monies paid on return of the goods if similar quality articles can be purchased at a lower price elsewhere." You know where you stand at Ilixco. Articles are all plainly mark- ed, and low deposits and repayments may be arranged. Open an Account at John Hicks and Co., Ltd. (IIIXCO), and enjoy a happy association. Do this to-day. JOHN HICKS C CO. LTD Corner George and Ann SlrccUj Brisbane. yp * * toWÉNGAioÊÏI*! pi»' ASAS» li ves up to its clai ms 600,000,000 packets are sold every /ear in England and Europe ONLY PERSIL COULD IN...

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WYNNUM SHOW. Wealth of District. MANY FINE EXHIBITS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

WYNNUM SHOW. Wealth of District. MANY FINE EXHIBITS. Residents of Wynnum enjoyed a gala day on Saturday, when his Excellency the Governor (Sir Leslie Wilson), who was attended by Captain T. P. Honnor. A.D.C.. opened the 13th annual show of the Wynnum and Manly Agricultural.   Horticultural, and Industrial Society, In the spacious Memorial Park, The displays of flowers, fruit, and vege-   tables, and also the diversified industrial exhibits, were excellent. The residents claim that Wynnum holds pride of place among the suburbs for poultry breeding, and certainly the display on Saturday was second only to that at the Brisbane Exhibition. The Wynnum and Manly Kennel Club held a two-point competi- tlon in conjunction with the show, and the entries in the various canine events numbered 240. NO. 13 NOT UNLUCKY. His Excellency, in declaring the show   open, said that, the exhibits he had in- spected were particularly fine, and fur- nlshed a reflex of ...

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MINING, STOCKS, AND SHARES. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

MINING, STOCKS, AND SHARES. For the convenience of "The Courier Mall" reader« wo have arranged with the trustees of the estato of the lato Mr. E. A. Derrick, essayer and analyst (Alliance As- surance Building, Eagle Street), and with Mr. H. C. Oakes, A.A.C.I., who Is now controlling the business, to continue the service previously In force for an opinion (not an analysis) on samples of ores, fuels, industrial products, etc. Samples should be sent addressed to the Editor, together with a nominal fee of 2/0, for an opinion on each sample. The opinion Will be published in this column. A moderately active market prevailed on the Brisbane Stock Exchange on Saturday, business being fairly good, with the trend of prices on the whole still showing a retention of strength. Firm Inquiry was made for all of the Issues of tho Aus- tralian Consols, but buyers, In aplte of a few Increases, were only able to do busi- ness In three issues. No variation was shown In the price of £103 paid for a parc...

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WHEAT MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

WHEAT MARKETS. LONDON, August 25.-Wheat cargoes opened Irom 3d. to 6d. down, in view oí American advices. The wheat agreement was regarded as a bullish factor, and sell- ers temporarily withdrew their oilers pend- ing further details. Parcels at the open- ing were poorly supported and remained unchanged to 3d. down, but In view of the conference result closed, nominal, business being at a standstill. Shipments ex Flscus realised 23/9; ex Vancouver City, 24/. Future deliveries aro quoted: London: September, 21/5 per quarter; De- cember, 22/5; February, 22/1054. Liverpool: . October, s/oífc per cental; December, 5/2',¿; March, 5/4'/=; May, 5/6. | LONDON, August 26.-Wheat cargoes wero firm to-day on American advices, also the Conference agreement. Sellers ¡advanced prices by from 3d. to Od.. and 'buyers showed revived confidence. Par- cels wera firm at from 3d. to 6d. dearer.; Australians! wore held for 6d more, and ' Europeans wero less freely offered. A parcel by the Vancouver City, ...

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AIR PAGEANT. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

AIR PAGEANT. Synchronising with the president's at home, held at the Archerfield aerodrome on Saturday afternoon, a miniature page- ant was staged by the club officials, with Mr. Wyndham Pike as the marshal and Mr. J. W. Goodwin as the honorary organ- iser. The course chosen was from a point on the aerodrome to the Oxley Hotel, thence to the bridge on Sherwood Road, near Lahey's sawmill, to the garage on the corner of Sherwood and Ipswich roads, and back to the aerodrome, this being a right-hand circuit of about seven miles. The results were as follow:— HANDICAP RACE FOR B CLASS PILOTS, for trophy presented by Mr. W. W. Pike (one lap).—V.H.-U.A.N, N. C. P. Blight 1. Time, 11min. 3sec.; VH-NID, W. A. Baird 2. Time, 11min. 4sec.; VH- UAV, W. H. Crowther 3. Time, 11min. 9sec.; VH-ULR, J. A. Bashford 4. Time, 12min. BOMBING THE MARK (truck on ground. height. 400ft.)—VH-UAN, C. Browne 1, VH-ULR J. Brunckhurst 2, VH-UAN Miss Peggy Doyle, 3, VH-ULR C. Henderson 4. HANDICAP RACE FOR A CLASS...

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FIFTY YEARS' FIGHT. Railway Pensions. REPEAL BILL ENDS HOPES. A 50 years' fight by the railwa[?] employees to obtain provision for the time when they have to retire from the service will come to an end to-morrow—and the hopes of the men will be ended. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

FIFTY YEARS' FIGHT. Railway Pensions. » REPEAL BILL ENDS HOPES. A 50 years' fight by the railway employees to obtain provision for the time when they have to retire from the service will come to an end to-morrow-and the hopes of the men will be ended. The Premier (Mr. W. F. Smith) will move, in the Legislative Assembly, the second reading of the Bill to re- peal the Railway Superannuation Act, 1930 Mr. Smith has explained that, in view of the report of Mr. R. Thodey,   that the superannuation scheme was actuarily unsound, no other course was open but to abolish it. It was in 1883 that the first Bill providing for superannuation pay- ments to railway employees was drafted. A copy of this Bill was made available to the "Courier-Mall" on Saturday by the Minister for Transport (Mr. J. Dash). It was re- cently resurrected from among some old departmental papers, and it, furnishes an interesting record of the genesis of this long struggle. THE FIRST SCHEME. The draft of the B...

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POLICE METHODS Are They Obsolete? SOME EXPERT OPINIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

POLICE METHODS Are They Obsolete ? SOME EXPERT OPINIONS. If expert opinions are to be consid- ered, then Brisbane, with its wealth of shops, factories, and warehouses, is inadequately protected against the de- predations of the criminal class. Bur- glary is a nightly ocurrence, and it is stated that police measures for the safeguarding of city property are exactly the same to-day as they were 60 years ago. To Insure safety, two alternatives are held out, either to reorganise the police force, or to re- cruit more men immediately. "I have no hesitation," states Mr. H. P. Talty, secretary of the Queens- land Police Union, "in saying that 'any gang of criminals, working in- telligently, could 'crack' the city within two hours. I would not be surprised to pick up the paper any morning, and find that it had been done. I most likely will be condemned for being so outspoken, but it is essential. In the public interest, that somebody should tell the truth." BEAT WORK OBSOLETE. According to ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

T")OUGHTY, Grayson.-Cheapest farm m t, . .Queensland. 720 acres F.H.. Nanango district, 4 miles rail, mile school, 150 acres rich black soil, creek flats, magnificent . lucerne and potato land, balance scrub and forest, sweet, warm dairying coun- try, 125 acres cult., Including 38 acios lucerne, 12 acres oats, perm, water, 12 paddocks, 2 houses, telephone, 100-ton hay shed, large barn, double garage, mach, shed, milking shed, yards, dalry, piggery, 65 picked milkers, 10 heifers, 2 reg. Jersey bulls, 5 draughts, boar, 4 sows, 4-unlt iplant, extensive farming plant, owner retiring. Reduced from £5500 to £4300 -easy terms on £2000 cash. One of the largest suppliers to the Nanango factory. T^OUGHTY, Grayson.-256 acres, Brisbane J-7 Valley, 6 miles rall, mile school, store, P.O., 60 acres choice alluvial river flats, 40 under lucerne in its prime, mile front- age Brisbane River, 5 paddocks, 8-roomed house, cottage, barn, 4 double concreted balls, engine-room, large hay shed, pig- geries,...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

A .—Paget Motors, Driveyourself Cars St. Paul's Terrace, Valley. Ring B5560. A—Bendix lock-heed brakes correctly   adjusted. Genuine replacements   available. Official service station, Elphin- stones, Adelaide St.   AT McIntosh Motors Pty., Ltd., Des- mond Chambers, Adelaide Street.—   Chevrolet 6, 1930 model, excellent appear- ance, well shod, small mileage. A dem- onstration will convince you. £165. Terms.     AT McIntosh Motors Pty., Ltd.— Cadillac 7-passenger tourer, newly shod, in perfect mechanical condition, would make very good service car. £125. Terms. AT McIntosh Motors Pty., Ltd.— Ford "A" utility, splendid order, ready for the road. £90. Terms. AT McIntosh Motors Pty., Ltd.— Oldsmobile 6 tourer, in very good order. Well worth inspection. £60. Terms.   AT Mcintosh Motors Pty., Ltd. 1928 Oakland tourer, tyres and paint good mechanically perfect. ^£130. Terms. AT Mcintosh Motors Pty.,...

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SPRING SHOW. SWEET PEA BLOOMS. MAGNIFICENT DISPLAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

SPRING SHOW. SWEET PEA BLOOMS. MAGNIFICENT DISPLAY. A display of blooms which rivalled even that at the Royal National Show was exhibited at the annual spring show of the Horticultural Society of Queensland held on Saturday at the Albert Hall. The masses of sweet peas were a magnificent   sight and the cut flowers were greatly admired The president (Alderman M P Camp- bell) who opened the show congratulated the exhibitors on the high standard. Col- lections of azaleas, cinerarias, ferns, palms, dracaena, and other miscellaneous pot plants, which were exhibited by Mr E W Bick (Director of the Botanic Gardens) and Mr A Katterns (Director of the Museum Gardens) were ranged along the walls, and provided a pleasing background for the masses of colourful flowers. A feature of the show was the 30 vases of distinct varieties of sweet peas, including nine new varieties, staged by Mr. A. V. Perrott in the non competitive section. The Judges were:-Sweet peas, Messrs  ...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER, nth. VOK SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION. IN THE MART, VICTORY CHAMBERS, QUEEN STREET, BRISBANE, At 11 o'clock. By Order of the Mortgagees. IMPORTANT CITY PROPERTY, Situated at the Corner of Adelaide and Creek Streets, Brisbane. Former- ly well known as the C.C.M. BUILDING. A handsome structure, containing six floors and basement, having a frontage of 74 feet 3 inches to Creek Street, and 132 feet to Adelaide Street. This building has recently been vacated by the State Government In- surance Office, and is now available for immediate accupation. This property occupies one of the best centrally situated business corners of the city. The building is very suitable for a large emporium, a bank, insurance offices, and pastoral company, or is easily converted into "a" first-class shop and office and warehouse bu'lding. The ground floor could be altered to comprise eight shops, and 3ach floor above approximately into eighteen offices or small warehouses, the build- ing lending it...

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FARM PRODUCE. SALES AT ROMA STREET. NEW SOUTH WALES WHEAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

FARM PRODUCE. SALES AT ROMA STREET. NEW SOUTH WALES WHEAT. Fairly good supplies of lucerno chaff from Queensland growers arrived at the markets on Saturday, 623 bags being on offer. Nothing of a very special class was offered, and full values wero ob- tained. Dark green leafy lucerne from Kalbar and Laidley sold at £5/1/8 and £5 a ton. In the better grade horse fodder up to £4/10/ was obtained, and dry, broken, grassy fodder sold at from £3/10/ to £4/6/8 a ton. The sales were:-251 bags at £4/6/8, 66 at £3/11/8, 53 at £4/10/. 44 at £3/13/4. 40 at £3/10/, 35 at £5/1/8 and 32 at £5 a ton. WHITE FEED. The market was well provided with imported oaten chaff, and values declined for this class of feed. Only one sale of Wagga feed was made, at £5/18/4 a ton. The bulk of the Wagga chaff was passed in at £5/16/8. For a good, clean, and high class sample of oaten chaff from Boonah offers up to £5/15/ a ton were refused. New season's wheaten chaff continuo to arrive, and growers are sending it ...

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GOOD PROFIT. TOOWOOMBA RACES. NEW LEGER OPENED. TOOWOOMBA, August 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 28 August 1933

GOOD PROFIT. TOOWOOMBA RACES. NEW LEGER OPENED. TOOWOOMBA. August 27. Yesterday afternoon a leger was opened at Clifford Park by the Mayor (Alderman J. D. Annand), who was introduced by the acting chair- man of the committee (Alderman C. Bowdler). There was surprisingly good support, both in the leger and in the paddock, and although the last fixture staged by the club on July 29, resulted in a loss of nearly £50, the meeting yes- terday yielded a substantial profit. Tho totalisator receipts showed an in- crease of more than £300, compared with the last meeting. The Brisbane horseman (A. Orrell) was seen to advantage on Remonia in the Welter Handicap, and he was on Bache- lor's Choice in a dead-heat with Heath Loc in the Hack Handicap. In the Welter Division Handicap, De- tonation lowered the track record for six furlongs, clocking 1.15 2-5. The previous best was 1.15 4-5. RACING DETAILS. MAIDEN HANDICAP, 5½ Furlongs. E. L. Ramsay's blk.g. TALVEV, by The Black Joke (imp.)—Paventia, ...

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