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NEW SPORT FOR YOUNG ADELAIDE Hiking Popular [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931

NEW SPORT FOR YOUNG ADELAIDE Hiking Popular Extremely popular in England and in the eastern States of Australia, biking is gaining favor here. There, are few entuseasts yet but they are real enthusiasts, .and the growth, of the sport promises to be rapid. Clubs formed with the sole ob ject of conducting walking tours ere numerous in Victoria. New South Wales, and Tasmania. In Melbourne on Son day mornings, groups of young people may be seen outside Funders-stteet railway-station, even in winter. They travel by train to the country. «ifl epend the day walking through the bush and over the mountains. Until recently, Adelaide did not pos sess real wiring clubs. The Field Natu ralists' section of the Royal Society has conducted expeditions on foot through the hills and elsewhere, but these were made principally for the purposes of scientific study. The Boy Scout move ment was also a pioneer of hiking here, for it encourages boys to study nature firsthand on walking tours. There were no ...

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
VETERAN PEARLER DIES AT BROOME Sold £4,000 Gem for £10 Broome, October 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931

VETERAN PEARLER DIES AT BROOME Sold £4,000 Gem for £10 Broome, October 5. The tolling of church bells at Broome this morning marked the end of Thomas Clarke (69), one of the most picturesque figures of Australia's pearling Industry. His death takes away one of the last ol the old sailonnen. ' Clarke, with gold earrings and a com mand of high power expletive, was a figure who might have stepped straight from a tale by Conrad. He was the first white pearler at Broome, and hie greatest claim to fame was that he * fished the famous Southern Cross peail at Shark Bay. The pearl, sold then for about £10, is now in possession of the Pope, and Is valued at more than £4,000. In 1921' Clarke felt from a cart and broke his neck. The spinal cord was not severed, and since then lie has walked and driven the streets of Broome wltti a broken neck support ing a grizzled head held slightly askew. Clarice was one of the greatest local authorities on aboriginal tribes and customs, and spoke practically...

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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EXCEEDING SPEED LIMIT 40 To 50 Cases a Week In Traffic Court [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931

EXCEEDING SPEED LIMIT 40 To 50 Cases a Week In Traffic Court Motorists who have been under-the impression that traffic police no longer . worry much about the speed limit but concentrate on offences for dangerous driving, will be rifafflnsjoned by me latest figures from the Traffic Court, which ehow that each week between 40 and SO persons are charged with hav ing exceeded the speed limit. In almost every case a conviction Is recorded. Mr. W. Ball, 83L, of the Trafflc Court, explained yesterday that since he had been administering the Act. he - had worked on a minimum ngnatty of £1, bat there -was no fixed scale of fines. For the higher speeds «ich circum stances as tune, place, and volume of traffic were naturally taken into con drtawiH^m in filing the penally. T" Gome cases speed charges bordered xo . the more serious one of «m, to Hie public danger. "Several letters which we have ? ceived recently indicate that motodats have been ted to believe that speed limits are not being enf...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
VALUE OF BIRDS Capt. White Addresses Girls' Club [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931

VALUE OF BIRDS Capt. White Addresses Girls' Club Addressing the Torrensville Metho- <*> dist Girls' Club last night on the use of birds in nature, Captain S.A. White said man in his haste to destroy ver- mln on Ms property often MM Jtts friends, insects werettie^e^tort known destroyers or viegetatlon. and birds played an !?!?«*•£„ P£L5 beeping them to check. Few «"teed the good done by crows. The?bad* bad reputation for gougingont tbeeyes of lambs, but they did a wonderful amount of good In Bk pastoral.ponn tryln desfaoymg blowflies. Quafli^a so manr inserts In growing crops tnat many farmers had forbidden shooting on then- properties.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DISCOVERER OF ADELAIDE PLAINS [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931

DISCOVERER OF ADELAIDE PLAINS In an attempt to secure a portrait of Captain Collett Barter (discoverer of the Adelaide Plains) for the Ade- <*> laide Town Hall gallery, the City Coun- en communicated with tbe DcaaeUhlre Regiment, formerly the 39th ***&?!-* of Foot, to which Captain Baiter be longed. It has promised to try to Hod a photograph. The regiment forwarded a regimental cap and colter badges ana an extract from the digest or aentaes of tiie regiment relating to Its dnt*^ Australia. In the direst both CaptkSi Start and Captain Barker axe Men tioned. The gifts via. be added *?*he Civic Museum. '.*>.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TO ROME TODAY Kingsford Smith Better After Rest IN LONDON TOMORROW Will Try For Record Home [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931

TO ROME TODAY Kingsford Smith Better After Rest IN LONDON TOMORROW Will Try For Record Home Feeling much better after a good rest over the week-end at Athens, Air-Commodore Kingsford Smith intends to leave for Borne today, and to fly on to London tomorrow. He is bitterly disappointed that sick ness prevented his breaking the air record from Australia to Knglanri, but, after he obtains medical advice in Lon- | don. he hopes to be able to break the record on his homeward flight.

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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(SPECIAL TO "THE ADVERTISER" FROM KINGSFORD SMITH) ATHENS, October 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931

(SPECIAL TO "THE ADVERTISER" FROM KINGSFORD SMITH) ATHENS, October 5. On the doctor's orders I have rested daring the week-end, and am flying to Rome tomorrow and London on Wed- <*> nesday. In England my machine will be given a complete inspection, and the engine will be overhauled. In the meantime I will visit a spe cialist in London, and find out If any recurrence of gii?*iwag is likely. I ■wm take with me something: to ward off any attacks of faintness. However, I feel ea much better al ready that I dont expect any further trouble. It has been a terrible dis appointment, but I have now an added incentive to make a fast flight home.

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Plane Overturns In Thistle Field Sydney, October 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931

Plane Overturns In Thistle Field Sydney, October 5. Mistaking a field of thistles for dear ground, the pilot of a monoplane over-<*> turned the machine when attempting to land at Narrabri for petrol on a flight from Sydney to Moree today. Edwin Gilford (23) and Charles Darcy Conway (26) suffered cuts, abrasions, and shock. They were admitted to hospital. The undercarriage of the machine was damaged.

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NEWS IN BRIEF [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931

NEWS IN BRIEF City Council Rates—The Lord Mayor (Mr. Glover) told Councillor Grundy at the City Council meeting yesterday that, as the council rates were governed by the assessment. It was not possible, until that was completed, to tell what rates the council would have to declare next year. City Police Moiety.—The Lord Mayor (Mr. Glover) told Alderman Rees at the City Council meeting yesterday that, although police wages had been cut 10 per cent, the council had not re ceived a refund of portion of the police moiety. The amount which the coun cil was debited for each foot constable was 17/ a day, which was not the full charge. He would get into touch with the Government on the matter. North-terrace Elms.—The elm trees in North-*errace wfll not be touched for the time being, as the Adelaide City Council has decided that it is not advisable to prune the trees while the sap is rising. The City Gardener is to submit a report on what action should be taken in regard to the young ash tre...

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
£1,000,000 WORTH OF DRIED FRUIT SOLD Three Months' Figures Melbourne, October 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931

£1,000,000 WORTH OF DRIED FRUIT SOLD Three Months' Figures Melbourne, October 5. During the past three months buyers in Great Britain have purchased over 22,000 tons of Australian dried fruit, valued at over £1.000.000. Stocks in British ports and afloat In the hands of agents are now light, the unsold balance being approximately 2,500 tons only. The final disposal ol the season's harvest is only & matter of a few weeks, as the small parcels now afloat reach the several ports of desti nation. During Hie week Stirling October 1, 2,472 tons of dried fruit, valued at £119300, were sold. The feature of the week's business was the disposal of 1328 tons of lexias at an average price of £38 13/4 a ton. Currants, 155 tons, were taken at £45 3/4. The price of sultanas Improved with the disposal of supplies of the higher grades, totalling 988 tons, at £61 16/8. To these prices must be added the exchange premium. The Control Board is gratified at the improvement of the market for lexia...

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AUSTRALIAN WOOL OUTLOOK BRIGHTER Big Exchange Advantage Over South Africa LONDON, October 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931

AUSTRALIAN WOOL OUTLOOK BRIGHTER Big Exchange Advantage Over South Africa LONDON, October 4. The outlook for the Australian wool grower has become much more hopeful, according to an in-<*> formative financial review by Mr. G. W. Alexander, the city editor of the "Daily Express." This review contains pleasant read ing for Australia. Mr. Alexander at tributes the resumed buying in Kaffir shares on Saturday to the belief that competition in wool between Australia and South Africa is likely to force South Africa off the gold standard. This would result in African gold pro ducers getting the full advantage of the premium on gold. He declares that Australia's position is most favorable while her pound is at 25 per cent, discount. The South Afri can premium now is 17i per cent. This j gives the Australian pastoralists a big advantage over the South African com- • petitor. ] Both are large producers of Merino wool, the values of which approximate closely. Assuming that the bas...

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Manufacturers' Review [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931

Manufacturers' Review A copy of the "Australasian Manu-<*> facturers' Review" has been received. It is a Sydney publication, which aims at. supplementing and bringing up to [ date the "Australasian Manufacturers' Directory." It contains the names and addresses of a large number of firms registered since the issue of the 1930 directory or omitted from that publication. There are also articles on several phases of industry in Australia.

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
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"AN OLD TURKISH CUSTOM" Papers Always "Incom-' plete" LONDON, October 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931

"AN OLD TURKISH CUSTOM" Papers Always "Incom-' plete" LONDON, October 5. Under the heading "An Old Turkish Custom," the Post" sym- <*> pathises with Kingsford Smith's treat- <*> ment by the Turkish authorities. The paper recalls that many other airmen, despite every precaution to obtain tbeir papers. beforehand, have always been told on landing in Turkish terri tory that their papers were "incom rlete.' They have been treated like Kingsford fiTwfth mitfl driven to exas peration to employ an age-old, and the only effective, passport in that part of the world—generally amounting to about £20.

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Gilberton Swimming Club [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931

Gilberton Swimming Club At the annual meeting of the Gilberton Swimming Club last night it was reported that the membership had increased from 146 to 360 since the previous season. Pros-<*> pects lor the coming 6eason were bright, i there being many promising Juniors, andj Neville Hack, a briUlant swimmer from j Western Australia, bad Joined the club. The balance-sheet showed a small credit balance.

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Physical Culture Contests [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931

Physical Culture Contests Results of the physical culture contests conducted by the Central Council of Girls:—Sub-Junior Section.—Marching—St. Peter's College Mission, 1; Thompson Me-<*> mortal Congregational and Brompum Methodist tied for second. Exercises.— Thompson Memorial. 1; St. Peter's College Mission. 2. Aggregate.—St. Peter's College Mission. 1; Thompson Memorial Congre gational. 2. Junior Section.—Marching— St. Peter's College Mission, 1: HaUTax street Congregational. 2. Exercises.—St. Peter's College Mission. 1: Bromptoa Methodist. 2. Aggregate.—St. Peter's Col lege Mission. 1; Halifax-street Congrega tional, 2.

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TRADE WITH NEW ZEALAND Treaty Suggested Melbourne, October 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931

TRADE WITH NEW ZEALAND Treaty Suggested Melbourne, October 5. Seeking the negotiation of a trade treaty between Australia and New Zea- <*> land, the Exports Trade Committee of the Victorian Chamber of Manufac- cures saw the Minister for Customs (Mr. Forde) today.' It was pointed out that in 1926 Australia's exports to New Zealand amounted.to £5,000,000, bat the volume of trade had since fallen to £3,000,000. In a similar period imports from New Zealand had fallen from £3,000,000 a year to £125,000. For the period 1914-1931 the balance of trade in Australia's favor amounted to £31400.000. A great deal more could be done to foster that valuable trading relation ship. It was suggested by the deputa tion that a trade delegation, consist ing of the Minister for Customs and representative manufacturers and pro ducers, should pay an early visit to New Zealand. The deputation also requested that a trade treaty should be -considered by Cabinet at the earliest passible moment. M...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TENNIS SOUTH SUBURBAN ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931

TENNIS SOUTH SUBURBAN ASSOCIATION Result of A grade match, Mitcham Bap-<*> tist v. Goodwood Bapist:—R. Usher and R. Michell d. D. Dempster and H. Holder, 6—4 6-2; L. Daws and P. Parks d. E Rad. loff and H Masters, 6—4. 6—3; H. Leicester and W. Hewitt d W. Wallls and A. Asa ton, 6—3. 6—l: Mrs. Hewitt and Miss M. Anderson d. Miss Nelson and Mrs. Demp ster. 6—l; Miss Morphett and Miss Harm d. Misses Dlxon and Jonnstone 6—3. B. Usher <L H. Musters. 6—2; H. Leicester d. H. Holder. 6—o; L. Daws d W. WaUls, 6—2; E. Mlchell lost to D. Dempster, 5—6; P Parks d. E. Radloff, 6—5; W. Hewitt d. A Asfcion. 6—5; Mrs. Hewitt d. Miss Nel son. 6—3; Miss Anderson lost to Miss E4xon. 5—6; Miss Morhett d. Mrs. Demp ster, 6 —5; Miss Harm <t Miss Johnstone. | 6—o. Mltcham, 16 nets 106 games; Good wood, 2 sets SS games. PORT PBME.—A Grade—St. Mark's. 11 sets 79 games: TJCC.A., A eets 52 games. Ports. 9 sets 79 games; St. Anthony's, 6 sets 64 games. R'.«don Blue. 12 .'■et...

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Plane Heard Over Pacific Believed Pangborn's ST. PAUL'S IS. (Behring Sea), October 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931

Plane Heard Over Pacific Believed Pangborn's ST. PAUL'S IS. (Behring Sea), October 4. An aeroplane, believed to be that of Clyde Pangborn and Hugh Hern- <*> don, who left Japan this morning on a non-stop trans-Pacific flight to Seattle, was heard in False Pass, ATwiHan Islands, today. A fog hid the plane from sight.

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CONCERT TO HELP CHURCH FUNDS [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931

CONCERT TO HELP CHURCH FUNDS A concert was held last night at the Lecture Hall, Stanley-street. North Ade-<*> laide, in aid of the local Congregational Church. It was organised by the Young People's Society. Misses Blanche Newman j and Nancy Tamblln being responsible for the arrangements. A piano solo was given by Mr. George T. Griffiths, songs by Misses Gwen MlcheU. Mollle Blnks-Wllllams. Hannah Marrett, Hilda Slncock. and Messrs. { John ArdlU acd Sydney Coombe. and the church choir sang "Sweet and Low" and "O Peaceful Night." Scenes from "Borneo and Juliet." given by Misses Minna Cozens and Hilda Thompson: "Twelfth Night." by Mrs. Keith Ckennell. Misses Joan Par kin and Minna Cozens, and "The Merchant of Venice," by Mrs. C. Western. Miss Naccy Tamblyn. Mr F. Blnks-Wllllams. Mr King, and the Revs. L. O. Dlxon and L. C. Parkin^

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931

All Australia acclaims its famous airman's gallant effort against great odds. We are proud 4 of our association with Kingsford Smith's latest flight, a fine achievement—further proof of his courage and skill. VACUUM OIL CO., PTY., LTD., *And of his cable J ribute:— "Plume and MobiJoil, as ever, performed perfectly." BMMBMMMBB|HB|^M^^ Bald for 15 Years — Hair Now Half-Inch Lon&! "COR 11 ynn tfw crown of my head .^fiSHIfl^SSsSSSsk. wmi Innocent of hair. I had long *~ >^^BgJa*''^^^^^^fc )^ ■row again," writes Sir. Norman /iHiP^^^B^BM?^^. Campbell, of Brisbane. Justice of the /&9^,^BBBBBBBBBBBBBm. \3m Peace and well-known Journalist. MST Xlk "But before completing the Crystolis Km ¥%a treatment, my hair started to grow, Mm aWHHC? T Z Iwl and I now have • growth of fine hair, Bml HH^Mbbm?«b?v>* 1 ■ half an Inch long, on the fifteen-year- Bmi _^BD&«?_^j£_~ I I The ■egret of the remarkable effec- >^i^Sl3 tlveness of Crystolla Bapld In promot- J%fs&*...

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