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SHOW OPENING. RELIGIOUS ASPECT. PROCESSION URGED. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933

SHOW OPENING. RELIGIOUS ASPECT. PROCESSION URGED. In church circles the statement of Mr. J. F. McCaffrey (registrar of the University) that there had been a religious atmosphere associated with the opening speeches and music at the Exhibition this year was discussed with interest. Dr. J. Duhig (Archbishop of Bris- bane) said that although he would not suggest that any change be made in the actual opening ceremony there should be some definite attempt to create a deeply religious stirring of the people, at the weekend before the . exhibition opened, to a realisation of Divine providence. The churches could continue to conduct special services on the Sunday, and there could be also a grand procession through the streets in which the country people could take part, and in which suitable banners and exhibits could be featured. There was no reason why national pursuits should be divorced from religion. In this respect they could follow the very old customs of other countries in which Div...

Publication Title: Courier-Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
SOCIAL TOPICS. To Correspondents.—Communications intended for insertion in this column should be addressed to "The Women's Department." and bear the name and addreoss of the writer. Social news will not now be taken over the telephone. Engagement notices are not now published in the social columns, but will be found among the notices on the leader pace, where full particulars are given. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933

SOCIAL TOPICS. To Correspondents.-Communication« In- tended for Insertion In this column should be addressed to "The Women's Department." and bear the name and addross ol the writer. Social news will not now bitaKen over the telephone. » Engagement notices are not now pub- lished In the social columns, but will be found among the notices on tbe leader pace, where full particulars arc given. Sir Littleton and Lady Groom (Too- woomba), who spent the day In Bris- bane yesterday, entertained Mrs. Harry Emmerton at lunch at Rowe's. Mrs. Emmerton is a passenger from Melbourne in the Strathaird, which left yesterday for Papua. Her grand- daughter, Miss Cynthia Brookes, who is also a passenger, was a member of another luncheon, party, which. In eluded Mesdames Hannibal King, N. A. 0. Letch, Miss Betty Lawrence (Melbourne), and Messrs. B. and J. King. Lady Allardyce, who has been for a tour of North Queensland, returned to Brisbane by aeroplane on Sunday, and Is now staying at the Moreton Cl...

Publication Title: Courier-Mail, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TEA SALES. TONE QUIET, PRICES LOWER. A WEEK'S REACTION. CALCUTTA, August 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933

TEA SALES. TONE QUIET, PRICES LOWER. A WEEK'S REACTION. CALCUTTA, August 29. At this week's sale there was rather less tea catalogued, offerings total- ling 17,500 chests. The selection ran much pn last week's lines, but the quality again was somewhat inferior. Dooars. teas are now plain, and of rains character, but still a little above the average. The sale passed with a quiet tone, and prices were lower for all grades except the best liquoring orange pekoes, which remained firm, sellers being- unwilling to meet any decline in the room, About ninety per cent, offerings were withdrawn. Bids registered showed a drop of three to nine pies for commons, six pies to one anna for mediums, and one to two annas for. better kinds, tippy teas being neglected. Special prices for broken orange pekoe: Common eight annas, medium nina annas, good nine- teen annas; broken pekoe: Common seven annas six pies, medium seven annas nine pies, good nine ànnas three pies, Fannings: Common, seven annas, med...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OVERSEA WHEAT MARKET. Slow and Disappointing PARCELS FIRMLY HELD. LONDON, August 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933

OVERSEA WHEAT MARKET. Slow and Disappointing PARCELS FIRMLY HELD. LONDON. August 28. Wheat cargoes opened firm with a 6d. to 9d. advance in sympathy with the week-end rise in American and a further appreciation in the Montreal exchange. The demand however, was slow and disappointing and closed quieter. Parcels were firmly held for 3d. to 6d. advance, and fair busi- ness w.as don,e particularly in Russian samples to British ports. Liverpool, Fiscus 25/3 bulk; Leith, Chieukumaru, 2.5/ bags. Futures: London, September, 21/8, December. 22/9; February, 23/li. Liver- pool, October, 5/12, December, 5/33, March 5/6S, May 5/7Î. CHICAGO, Auffust 28.-Wheat for Sep- tember delivery is quoted at 87% cents per bUBhel; December, 91%; May, 95%. MEW YORK, August 28.-The cash price of hard No. 2 winter wheat Is 97% cents per bushel.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933

pOBRIE & CO., ^ SHAREBROKERS, Established 1B77. Alexander Corrie, Douglas M. Corrie, Colin C. Corrie, Parbury House, Eagle Street, Brisbane,

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BRISBANE STOCK EXCHANGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933

BRISBANE STOCK EXCHANGE. The following particular« are given with regard to Investments stock quoted on the Brisbane Stock Exchange yesterday, tho yield to Investors being calculated on the mean between the buying and'selling prices: TRADING COYS. Allan and Stark, ord.1 - Aust. I. Se Steel, pref.1 - B. J. Bnl!, pref. 1 9 Brown Se Broad, ord.1 -. Carrlck's, Ltd. . 1 - City Elec, ord., old.1 8 City Elec, 7 p.c., pref.1 7 C'gatttt El. Sup., prof.1 8 Dunlop Rubber, ord.1 3 Drug Houses of Aust.1 2% E. G. Eager, pref. 1 8 Elec. Zinc, ord. 1 E. Rich and Co. 13/4 - , Evans, Deakin, pref.1 7% Finney, Isles ..16 Gibson & Howes 1 - Goldsbrough, Mort.1 2% Hancock & Gore, pref.1 8 Howard, Ltd ..l8 Howard Smith . 1 - Hume Pipe ... 1 Ips. Elec. Sup. . 1 6 John Hlclra, ord. 1 - J. B. Chandler, pref.1 - M'Donncll and East, ord. ., . . 1 M'KlmmlnB, ord. 1 Do., pre!. ... 1 - M'Whlrtors, Ltd. 1 4f Millaquln Sugar 1 8 Moreheads, Ltd. 1 5 Peters' Arctic . 15/ 3% Do., p.u. ... l 3% Do. (N....

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933

BUSINESSES FOR SALE. HOUSE elevated position con tlckot Wo hove plan for conversion to 8 se flats for quick 6alo £700 terms Her bert Agency Courler Building B8369 ?¡I TAGNIFICENT suburban mixed trade ?"-*. £20 lovely modern shop stock £50 Dayton scales show cases refrigerator fisc spotless dwelling A business worth while Only £110 terms arranged Cllf ford Kelly 191 Albert St (opp St James) MlXLD -AU counter wade no iruit doing £35 to £100 closes 6 pm Se week ends attractive shop good dwelling any length lease direct from landlord lent only 30/ well fitted cash regis- ter etc heavily stocked present tenant 7 years first time offered fit its sudden illness that compels sale £300 not price of stock fit fittings Bargain Skipper 2nd floor O K Bldgs ODD Grcddcn s MlXüU -Outer suouro corner posiuon iun-down to £17 weekly wrong hands well stocked good dwelling rent 26/ £70 Skipper O K Bldgs opp Gred dens_ NEWSAGENCY country 10 000 papers monthly sole newsagency In town Huge saleable stock v...

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TRAIN MORE MEN Guard Live Stock. VETERINARY SCIENCE. CANBERRA, August 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933

TRAIN MORE MEN Guard Live Stock. VETERINARY SCIENCE. ' CANBERRA, AUKUst 29. Claiming that there were insuf- ficient veterinary practitioners in Aus- tralia to meet the growing demand, Dr. H. R. Seddon (Director of Veterinary Research of the New South Wales Department of Agriculture), during the delivery of the Kendall oration at Canberra to-night, pleaded for the reinforcement of the veterin- ary ranks. Stock owners, he said, were making increasing demands on the Govern- ment veterinary services, but it was possible at present to give them only a small portion of what they wanted. The position could not be rectified unless more men were trained. Veterinary science, in his opinion, should not be regarded as a ^liveli- hood for individuals, but as a service safeguarding the value of live stock.

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933

BRAND NEW. IDEAL AND EXQUISITE; Situated In a glorious high position, In the favoured Annerley District, two minutes from tram, and built under Architectural supervision. This delightful home comprises 3 bedrooms, sleep-out, and Sun porch, return side veranda. Lounge and Dining rooms, Beautiful Modernised Kitchen, with gas stove. Bathroom ol latest design, Main Rooms superbly papered on plaster board, ornamental plaster ceilings, septic. No one desirous of acquiring the "home perfect" will permit th.n unique opportunity to pass. PRICE, £1200. Finance Arranged. ALLAN TROTTER & CO., Realty Specialists, 555 Stanley St.. SOUTH BRISBANE. 'Phone J4030.

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933

MEDICAL MEN! Here's an Opportunity. Suburban Practice in First Class Area. No serious Opposition. Lovely Home, Big Grounds, Tennis Court. Most reasonable Rent. £150, Including Surgery Furniture. Doctor leaving: Brisbane. THIS IS WORTHWHILE. Full particulars Sole Agents, S. A. THORNTON Pty., Ltd., tíeorge St. 'Phones 3388-3389.

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MARKETING POWERS. Position of Boards. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933

MARKETING POWERS. Position of Boards. Representatives of the Butter Board, Council of Agriculture, and the Cheese Board, waited on the Minister for Agriculture .(Mr. F. W. Bulcock) yes- terday, and discussed with him the limitation of their marketing powers, which has arisen in consequence of the judgment in the peanut case. The Minister said later that In many instances the difficulties com- plained of could.be overcome by an alteration of the' Order In Council, under which certain pools were oper- ating in Queensland. He agreed to refer to the Crown Solicitor for advice certain alterations which it was desired should be made to the con- stitution of the Cheese Board.

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933

AUCTION S4LES AND PROPERTY LIST. THIS DAY, AT 11 A.M. WITHOUT RESERVE AT THE MART ALBERT ST CITY Mart packed with rare consignments of Modem Furniture and Effects J. SMALES & CO. PTY. LTD. Will sell as above by auction 400 lots of Exclusive Furniture and Appointments including - Modern 5 pee FUMED S OAK BEDSUITE comprising 3 Door Wardrobe 3 dr dressing table pedestal stool and Bedstead to match 4 pee SO BiSDSUITE comprising Wardrobe Duchess Pedestal and Bedstead to match SO Ward- robe 5 pee S O Bcdsulte comprising Wardrobe Duchess Pedestal Stool and Bedstead to match S O Lowboys Was hstands Toilet Ware 3 pee S O Bed suite 5 pee SO Bedsultes comprising Wardrobe Duchess Pedestal Stool and Bedstead to match W S Wardrob es 2 3 and 4 dr duchess chests 5 pee S O BEDSUITE comprising Wardrobe Dressing Table Ped Stool and Bed to match a4 Fibre mtss dblc fib mtss dble duplex mtss Pillows dble S O Bedstead and Wire child aso cot so sideboards 2-3 pee Chesterfield Suites In Genoa Velvet...

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LONDON MEAT MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933

LONDON MEAT MARKET. Mr. Walter P. Devereux, the official rep- resentative of the Australian Wool Grow- ers' Council In Europe, writes from Lon- don as follows: Supplies of beef and veal, mutton and lamb for the week ended July 22, 7477 tons, as against 7487 tons In the corres- ponding week last year. Imported beef, principally Argentine, formed 84.9 per cent, of the beef supplies, as against 87.8 per cent, a year ago. Imported mut- ton, mainly New Zealand, formed 80.4 per cent, of the total supply of mutton and. lamb, against 82.4 per cent, same week last year. During' the past week the weather has been very hot and trade has been bad. Chilled and Frozen Beef :-Argentine chilled hinds have been selling at from 4',id. to 5',id. and fores 2d. to 2',<id. Brazil- ian chilled hinds have been round about 3',id. Rhodesian chilled hinds 3d. and fores IVid. There Is no demand for frozen beef. G.A.Q. Queensland hinds are nominally 2»id. and crops 2%d. Lambs:-Canterbury 2's and 8's ...

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DRAW FOR STOCK SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933

DEAW FOE STOCK SALES. Following Is the draw for the stock sales at Cannon HU) to-day, the number, of owners in each case being given in parentheses: Se Fenwick and-Co. Winchcombe, Carson, Ltd. . Martin Snelling Co.t. .. Mactaggarts' P.P.C.A., Ltl. Q.P.P.C.A., Ltd. A.E. and M. Co., Ltd. Dalgety and Co., Ltd. Totals . Pigs. 407(23) 275(5) 50(1) 70(2) 300(5) 1,333(46) 583/29) ADELAIDE STOCK SALES. Dalgety and Co., Ltd., have received the following telegram from tholr Ade- laide branch with regard to the fat stock sales held there on August 28:-"920 cattle; best beef firm, to * ibade blgotr."

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STOCKS—SHARES. CONSOLS DEFINITELY WEAKER.— SEVEN QUOTATIONS DOWN.—BANKS STEADY.—MISCELLANEOUS IMPROVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933

STOCKS-SHARES. CONSOLS DEFINITELY WEAKER. SEVEN QUOTATIONS DOWN.-BANKS STEADY.-MISCELLANEOUS IM- PROVE. After the heavy trading of the previ- ous day business on the Brisbane Stock Exchange yesterday reverted back to nor- mal lines. The Australian consols, which wore slightly uneasy on the preceding day, showed definite signs of weakness. Sellers were moro numerous and prepared to do business In many Issues at reduced prices, and at the close eight Issues were dealt In, seven showing losses. Industrials, whilst maintaining a strong tone, were quietly dealt in. The 3% per cent. 1942 showed no movement with sales at £101/ 15/. closing at £101/15/-£101/16/3, the 1938 4 per cent, being also booked with- out change ,at £103, closing with further supplies available, buyers continuing at £102/17/6. The 1844 4 per cent, cased slightly on several parcels realising £103/ 10/, closing with renewed demand, sell- ers asking £103/11/3. The 1947 4 per cent, opened unchanged at £104/6/3, but sell- ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FOREIGN EXCHANGE. DIRECT BRISBANE RATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933

FOREIGN EXCHANGE. DIRECT BRISBANE RATES. Brisbane on the countries mentioned: Telegraph transfers. Augusta». London, £A to Stf. 100 125 125ft ' New Zealand, £A to N.Z. 100.. .. 100 --. FIJI, £A to £F100 .. .. Ill 113% fAmsterdam, florins to £A. 6.413 6.213 tBataTla, florins to £A 6.422 6.247 tBerlin, marks to £A .. - 10.420 tBrussels, belgas to £A 18.535 17.935 tQeneva, francs to £A. 13.365 12.965 fHongkong, pence A to dollar. 20%> 21% flndta and Ceylon, pence A to rupee. 229% 22% tMUan, lire to £A .. .. 49.25 47.25 tMontreal, dollars to £A 3.84% 3.74% .(?Noumea, francs to £A 66.99 . 63.24 tNew York, doUar to £A 3.63% 3.56?i tPapeete, franca to £A 66.99 63.44 t Paris, francs to £A .. 65.99 63.99 fShanghal, pence to dol- lar . 1B%2 182ÍJS tYokohama, pence to dollar. - 18% B represents buying, and S representa selling. ' . Irregular. t Bank of New South Wales quotations; subject to alteration without notice. LONDON RATES. The following were the rates of exchange In London on Monday...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933

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CATHEDRAL FUND. MAKING PROGRESS. THE SPIRIT OF UNITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933

CATHEDRAL FUND. MAKING PROGRESS. THE SPIRIT OF UNITY. One of the happiest aspects of the situation that has arisen through the needs of St. John's Cathedral Is the manner in which denominations other than Anglican have responded to the appeal, demonstrating beyond question that the cathedral idea stands above all differences of ritual, and is bound up with the life of the community as a whole (writes the warden, Mr. Thomas Percy). In to-day's list there appears another such donation from "A Congregationalist Sympathiser." This is th« spirit that will ultimately bring about the union of the Churches. The fund now stands: Amount previously acknow- ledged . £1599 12 10 "A Congregationalist Sym- pathiser" . 6 0 0 W.L. 2 10 0 G. M. Connor . 110 "In Memory of W. M. H. Southwick". 10 0 B.D., 5 0 £1609 8 10

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BEST FLEECE IN DEMAND. Sydney Auctions. JAPAN AND CONTINENT BUY EAGERLY. All the Continental countries were eager to obtain clips suitable for their requirements at the Sydney wool sales yesterday, and best fleece wools showed a hardening tendency. A Bradford buyer paid 21d per lb for greasy merino fleece from Moree. SYDNEY, August 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933

BEST FLEECE IN DEMAND. Sydney Auctions. JAPAN AND CONTINENT BUY EAGERLY. AU the Continental countries were eager to obtain clips suitable for their requirements at the Syd- ney wool sales yesterday, and best fleece wools showed a hardening tendency. A Bradford buyer paid 21d per lb for greasy merino fleece from Moree. SYDNEY, August 29. At the wool sales to-day the best fleece wools showed a hardening ten- dency, compared with the rates ob- tained on Monday. For other classes of wool the improved levels were fully maintained. Competition was more general than at the opening sale. The Sydney Wool Selling Brokers report that on Monday the wool sold averaged £15/16/6 a bale, or 11.8d per lb. These prices compared with an average of £10/17/4 a bale, and 8.2d per lb for the opening week of last season. The average price ob- tained for wool during June of this year was £12/4/9 a bale, or 9.1d per lb, while the average price throughout last season was £11/2/6 a bale, or 8,5d per lb. To-day...

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MAY CAUSE CANCER Danger in Neglected Teeth. MELBOURNE, August 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier-Mail — 30 August 1933

MAY CAUSE CANCER' Danger in Neglected Teeth. MELBOURNE, August 29. A warning against the possibility of cancer' arising from neglected teeth was uttered to-day by the principal of the Queensland College of Dentistry (Dr; Alexander Livingstone), who' ar- rived In Melbourne from the Dental Congress in Adelaide. "Both dental decay in children and chronic poisoning through bad teeth in adults," he said, "are liable to Eet up conditions favourable to cancer in later years. If cancer is recognised early by dentists it can be cured by surgeons."

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