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LABOR PARTY AND BISHOP OF ADELAIDE SOCIALISATION AND THE COMMANDMENTS To the Editor [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931

LABOR PARTY AND BISHOP OF ADELAIDE SOCIALISATION AND THE COMMANDMENTS To the Editor Sir—Surely Bishop Thomas's high office to the Church should be a. pro-<*> tection from gratuitous insults such as emanated from the Temple of Wis-<*> aom, Grote-street, last week. First, the satellites of this temple issue in structions as to bow men who are sup posed to have been selected to help legislate for the good of the commu nity should vote on the most momen tous matter ever before the' Common wealth, vfct, the Premiers1 Plan. Then they advise certain members to take possession of a room at Parliament, graciously allotted to the Labor Party, but not to extremists: and now they grossly insult the Bishop of Adelaide, and claim that their teaching is nearer to God than that of the churches. Mr. Ward makes a lot of the term "usury," but do members of the Labor Party never collect interest and rent, which, according to him, is "usury"? Regard ing the professed Labor po...

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
WIDE INTEREST IN AIR PAGEANT Huge Crowd Expected APPEAL FOR FUNDS TO ENSURE R.A.A.F. VISIT The interest shown by the Governor (Sir Alexander Hore-Ruthven) in the great air pageant to be held by the Aero Club at Parafield on October 17, is widely shared in Adelaide. It is expected that between 50,000 and 100,000 people will visit the aerodrome. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931

WIDE INTEREST IN AIR PAGEANT Huge Crowd Expected APPEAL FOR FUNDS TO ENSURE R.A.A.F. VISIT The interest shown by the Governor (Sir Alexander Hore- Ruthven) in the great air pageant to be held by the Aero Club at Parafield on October 17, is widely shared in Ade laide. It is expected that be tween 50,000 and 100,000 people will visit the aerodrome. The club's aim is to give this huge gathering, in addition to a big pro- <*> gramme of racing events and air manoeuvres. an opportunity of seeing in action the latest types of military planes used by the Royal Australian Air Force. These cannot be brought to Adelaide unless the cost Is met from here. To make it possible to realise his Excellency's hope that a large number of Air Force machines will be present at the display, it will be necessary to have strong support for the subscrip tion list opened by "The Advertiser." "The Advertiser"- will defray the cost of bringing- the first machine over (about £30). and will receive a...

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COUNCIL VACANCY Nominations Close Today [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931

COUNCIL VACANCY Nominations Close Today Nominations of candidates for the Central No. 1 district seat in the Legis- <*> lative Council, rendered vacant by the death of Mr. Gluyas will close at noon today at the office of the returning officer for the district (Mr. C. R. Perry man), Post-office-place, City. j The nomination forms must be signed j by at least two persons entitled to vote I at the election, and a deposit of £25 or a cheque for that amount must be1 lodged with the returning officer. At noon Mr. Ferryman will announce the nominees. He has already received several nominations. The following will be the probable candidates:— Mderman Anderson (Independent). D. H. B3rdolph (Lang Labor*, L. G. Pil ton (Independent), J. E. Stephens <A.LJ?.), A. O. R. Tapp (Independent), and T. T. Thompson (Independent). Voting will take place on October 24. J

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RELIEF OFFER BY U.S. FARM BOARD Wheat And Cotton On Long-Term Credits To Aid Poor WASHINGTON, October 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931

RELIEF OFFER BY U.S. FARM BOARD Wheat And Cotton On Long- Term Credits To Aid Poor WASHINGTON, October 3. It is announced today that the Farm Board is prepared to sell its 200 mil- <*> lion bushels of wheat and 1300,000 bales of cotton to relief agencies for use in feeding and clothing the worthy poor, on long term credits. It can not, however, make free contributions, the Farm Act forbidding such.

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Tariff Policy Defended Melbourne, October 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931

Tariff Policy Defended Melbourne, October 5. Defending the protectionist policy of the federal Ministry, the Minister for Customs (Mr. Forde) said today that this policy was being '-blamed for the present economic miiihliHWiim ant- . -3J employment in Australia, trat^tbe *m* --"A cause was the serious .(61-■--"•:'* £20010003000 m the national Income; | combined with the cessation Ot-or?^- ~m seas borrowing. ■;-:"-v .• ■ ■■■■ 'im Mr. Forde was replying to a^ieech: ■:*§! by Mr. I^ons at H«rrtitcm on?atantaK ;* ' -g when he said that the United Anstxana ;"jjs Party was putting up a determine*. x*S fight for the revision of the poiie?C .<m uneconomic duties. "If it iiad not.■■i?3 been far the protectionist policy of the ".gg present Government," Mr. Horde - old. <vS| "many thnnsands more people would ;^ be unemployed today. WU& ?aerv^ej torn to normal times, there wfflte-« || tremendous development in Hie «eoon-', -g dary industries of Australia. The« ,^| I...

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"TAXATION LIMIT REACHED" Mr. Lyons Stresses Need For More Economy Melbourne, October 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931

"TAXATION LIMIT REACHED" Mr. Lyons Stresses Need For More Economy Melbourne, October 5. Speaking at Port Fairy today the leader of the Federal Opposition (Mr. of the country was to be restored there must be further cuts in public there xonst be fnrUter jboSs %3 balanced. Taxation "hitf -'y^Bffti^fl tiic^^s breaking point, and could 4ut~fee 3to^':^ creased. There must also -be* eoHH-i/'-Js plete revision of the tariff poucy, «Udi < '1 was not building up the secauuxy in- - : . : -?j dustries. -i^ -^- r*.^ The Government had reached t .* -^ stalemate, and if it was not nemorefl >| from office at the next Pederal *3ee- , 1 tions political control of tile :|Hto;^ and inflation would follow. Aatef. '"--^. tie schemes fit Canberra fmaU^^BOt -^ help.to place the unemployed Injpdtk. The tide would turn when the-MWiAij aj was properly ' Bovezziod &Dd-*^pci?9Scy .' '~?j production developed on proper Ones. v'-'s _' - ■"■-/•*■ '■■.''■- 'Ta

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

WANTED TO SELL ISBRundte St.Addmidm. $ing C. 3713. At Your Service. Aluminium Kettles. Saucepans, &c., mended in a jiffy with "Vol-Peek." Any body can do It! 1/ stick. 4/6 Paint Brushes, 2/6 Paint Tip nowl ■F^i^Sl^ Here's a bargain ~*~^^~^ Brush. 3V a In.. Genuine Banjl. for Grass Shears, 1/9 __^___ Here's the Snipe for /^^^^^^H3Bs^' Flower. Lawn. Grass t I Cutting. &c. Good W^^^taK^ Quality steel and sharp. 1/9 pr. q j|{|. Drill and Bits, %Xl~ r w-m^ Wen made, strong «a and serviceable 'W Hand Drills bidh speed, with 2 excellent Chuck, at 2/9 ea.: , B Cards of 9 Bits, from 1-16 to 3-16. at 1/6 card, or Drill and Bits. 4/. Radio Batteries 1V ,,.,, 30 volt. 7/3: 45 LD.. 11/4: 60 |3simLii£ L.D.. 15/: 45 H.D.. 18/«; 60 ET^Ti HJD.. 23/3: 414 Volt "C." 3/3; ■Ef^9 Pi volt. Bound CeEe. 2/7. You set 'eat fresh at Samp 5/ Tyre Gaiters, 1/6. Motoring «ea- son Is nere. Don't get s tranded! j Gaiters I) ermanently Repair all cuts or breaks In Motor Tyres all sizes. In B.E. or SJ...

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

Thousands of women who have always wanted Shoes /^v can now afford to wear them—^^^^^^^^ The BIG Store co-operates with Manufacturer — > b^^4^li ; Sharwood Shoes now within the reach of all! *Ti>iT • /•-^WOOP"!! and down comes the price of Shar important price reduction in its business, is evidenced by C^^^^/r^jp*~*^ JV? Oi dS^f^^^ woods! Through colossal Factory re-organi- the great Departmental and animated window displays >3l ImS^ ' "H&wl ■ ■ ■> sation and vital changes In methods of mann- of Sharwood's Faultless products, and cordially invites b^Bi^^*^^^/ I ' facture, J. H. Sharwood, Ply., Xtd-, now offer you to inspect them. VwjP^^rv Swdb ?5x Nn their high-grade Shoes at prices lower than «vser before ft is Sharwood's business—their pride—to see that ItST $*$-^r^jL fSh ' known in the history of this famous Australian firm. nmt^rialp wfijyh go fafa* <l?y ma"T?f3?rfai*y «if fh^ir Rlinaa \^^**l *~r*S y^G^& jQ& i!&B<...

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
BEEF VALUES FLUCTUATE Closing Rates Very Firm Practically all the cattle at the Abattoirs sales yesterday were drawn from Queensland, and as a number of them were subject to slaughter at the Abattoirs, competition was limited, and values, in conse-quence fluctuated. Opening rates showed a decline as compared with last week, but prices fully recovered at the closing auctions. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931

BEEF VALUES FLUCTUATE Closing Rates Very Firm Practically all the cattle at the Abattoirs sales yesterday were drawn from Queensland, and as a number of them were subject to slaughter at the Abattoirs, competition was limited, and values, in conse- quence fluctuated. Opening rates showed a decline as com pared with last week, but prices fully recovered at the closing auctions. The number drawn for was 788, but only 750 came under the hammer, and, apart from the Queensland con- <*> signments, the origin of the remainder was:—Central Australia, 20; north, 29; Cooper, 29; and local paddocks, 20. Bullocks formed the bulk of the supply, although there were more cons avail able t.ViaTi of late. The weight of the offering was heavier than that of the last market, but there was a good selec tion of light to medium weights avail able. Station Cattle loosing- Bloom The quality of the yarding was good, but many of the cattle did not display the same attractive appearance asso cia...

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
OUR COUNTRY SECTION KADINA'S 62nd SHOW One Day Fixture a Success Kadina, October 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931

OUR COUNTRY SECTION KADINA'S 62nd SHOW One Day Fixture a Success Kadina, October 4. The weather was favorable for the 62nd annual show of the Kadina A.H. and F. Society, which took place on Saturday, October 3. An innovation was tne reversion io a one-cay nxture. In the ring events classes that had not proved popular or profitable in the past. were deleted, and the programme in cluded cycle and motor cycle items. The tairfiigs totalled £265, compared with £225 for the two days' show of last year. The president CMr. Paul Roach), the finance committee, and secretary (Mr. R. J. Rodda) have cause for congratulation. At night a ball at the show hall was an additional attraction, music being supplied by Mr. E. Rodda's orchestra. Entries in some of the sections showed a decline, but in the aggregate the number was well maintained. The judges were:— Draught stock, Mr. E. E. Lang; light horses, Mr. J. E. Robb; cattle, sheep, and pigs, Mr. F. Manuel; cookery, Mes dames A. M. Bussenschutt, E. ...

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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IN THE HOME GARAGE No. 2—Cutting Holes in Glass [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931

IN THE HOME GARAGE No. 2—Cutting Holes in Glass The cutting or drilling of holes in glass is a ticklish procedure at the best of times, even when the workman has the exact tools. I In the home garage it often becomes i necessary to bore through a sheet of glass with ready-to-hand appliances only. Tackled in the right way, it should not present many difficulties. Obtain a piece cf copper or brass tube of light gauge and of the re quired outside diameter. Clamp the glass tightly between two pieces of soft wood, in the upper of which a hole of the required size has been bored, and set over the spot where the hole in the glass is to be drilled. Die two or three nicks in one end of the brass tube to act as the cutting' edges, and load it -with water-mixed valve-grinding compound. Then rotate it fairly fast in a brace, using only light pressure, through the hole in the wood. Peed the drill with water and compound as it progresses, and in a little time a clean hole win result.

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

TO CORRESPONDENTS Answer to medical enquiries will be published weekly in The Chronicle." published to general questions will be published in "The Advertiser" daily. Otter answen wUI appear as follow: —Motoring, Tuesdays; recipes. Tues days and Wednesdays; Farmed Infor mation Service, Wednesdays: sporting. Fridays; wireless, Saturdays. *pmau* B. Thomas. Mount Gammer.—l. if a aacfc or lounge suit Is worn at the wedding ShLf^LJE 0" wnat ""^ a*"l tie you pJSse'w,"ltn or without gloves. It is advisable to adhere to the usual perquisites that go with the above suits. 2. If the £! oomA pirents are deceased, they cannot SSxSf?"?" Tne brtd*'s Parents can be toasted alone. .-<;? on?sP an>" Manmim.— li you write to any city bookseller you may secure nu™er?u? koofcs on houses from 64. each. "Constant Header," Prospect.—Mr J. ChurchUl Smith. King WuSam^staeetTwili give you all the flying Information you require. "&•"—■ A widow over 60 years of age, the a- Property t&am...

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
TOBACCONISTS' SHOPS AND EARLY CLOSING [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931

TOBACCONISTS' SHOPS AND EARLY CLOSING The Minister of Industry (Mr. Mc-<*> Innes) stated yesterday that a procla-<*> mation had been issued suspending the Operation of the Early Closing Act to respect of tobacconists' shops on October 14 (Labor Day) until 8 p.m. The Transport Control Board win j Visit Strathalbyn on Monday next to take evidence at 7J30 pjn. regarding 'the continuance of existing road motor services. The board will also meet at I 'Coolwa on October 13, at 10 a_m_ Mllang on October 13, at 3 pjn_, and Mount Barker the same day. at 7.30 Your cniids greatest safeguard trom all ailments of the throat and cbesi to "Honeybrom." For safety s sake keep I a bottle in the bouse <2> FARMER'S GREAT RECORD Everybody joins in heartily congratu lating Farmer on his wonderful goal- H-n-f record. ZAC, however, has put np a performance equally meritorious. The number of "cures" registered this season by this wonder ful flbagh remedy exceed all ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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INSPIRATIONAL DRAWING [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931

INSPIRATIONAL DRAWING The death of Sir William Orpen last week removed one of the greatest in- spirational painters of the present day. With the work of this famous artist in mind, Kerwin Macgraith asked his lissteners from Station 5CL on Saturday to endeavor to draw some "inspira tional" subject for his radio sketching entertainment. The most promising drawing received will appear in the radio columns of "The Advertiser'' on Saturday.

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

FRUIT FOR OVERSEAS The demand for Australian fruit, and especially dried fruit, this year is something to set against the depres- <*> sion in regard to other primary pro- ducts. Our raisins and currants have had an unprecedented sale In London, the quantity of sultanas sold to the end of last month having been five times, and that of lezias seven times, the quantity marketed In the same months of last year, while of currants the sale was half as large again. No doubt, the conditions are exceptional, and it is too much to expect a con tinuance of the present world short age. Our Californian rivals (toe most formidable of nil) may by next year have found a remedy for the cater pillar plague, and also for tbe water scarcity which, between them, have reduced the estimated raisin crop this year from 200,000 tons to 140,000; and the Greeks may have purged their sultanas of the black spot, which has reduced their Smyrna output from 60,000 tons to 20.000 tons. All tbe same, th...

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
IMPROVING DAIRY HERDS Valuable Cattle Imported [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931

IMPROVING DAIRY HERDS Valuable Cattle Imported The splendid demand for sires of the dairy cattle breeds shown at the re-<*> cent Show sales is indicative of the interest that is being taken in the dairying industry in this State, and it is to the credit of stud breeders that they realise the responsibility devolving on them to build up their herds true to type, and of a high producing standard. During tile past two years Ayrshire cattle have become popular in this State, and recent purchases from studs in the eastern States will no doubt add to the quality of the herds here. Ayrbrook Farm Limited, a stud re cently started by Mr. J. E. Nobbs, made several valuable purchases during Mel bourne show week, which included the five-year-old cow. Eldorado Queenie. by Problem of the Valley from Alanvale Snowdrop, champion at Sydney and Lanuceston shows, the two-year-old heifer. Glen Ekin Wallflower, by Reality of Olive Hall, from Westeria of Glen TgMh and the yearling heifer, E...

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PROTEST OVER COAL GANTRIES Mr. Condon To Move In Legislative Council [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931

PROTEST OVER COAL GANTRIES Mr. Condon To Move In Legislative Council The Government's rejection of the proposal made by the Waterside Workers' Federation, that coal dis-<*> charged at the inner harbor should be nantueo. t?y the Ola shovel-and-basket method, instead of by machinery, 60 as to employ more men, wi3 be the subject of a protest motion In the Le gislative Council this afternoon. Mr. Condon (Labor) -will move the formal adjournment of the Bouse to place the case for the wharf laborers before members, with a view to a re consideration of the Government's de cision. He said yesterday he would point out that the latest figures showed that 5,494 oersons were receiving ra tions at Port Adelaide, and would contend that, apart from all other aspects, every effort should be made to give the unemployed work, and so cur tail sustenance expenditure. Lean Times at Port Adelaide Mr. Condon said the Government an nouncement that telfers would have to be used in discharging ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
FOUND JUST IN TIME Youth Perishing Of Hunger And Thirst Melbourne, October 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931

FOUND JUST IN TIME Youth Perishing Of Hunger And Thirst Melbourne, October 5. While returning to Melbourne by motor car after an inspection of the North Australia railway, the Common-   wealth Railways Commissioner (Mr. G. H. Gahan) found a youth named Eric Malpas, of Bondi, who had col- lapsed by the side of the road 20 miles north of Tennant's Creek.   Malpas had left Banka Banka Station on a bicycle early on Thursday on a journey of 60 miles across a waterless stretch of country. Seven miles north of the point where he was found he had left his swag and an empty water bag on the track to attract the atten- tion of any passing motorist. He had been without food or water for more than 48 hours. Mr. Gahan's party applied methods of resuscitation for about two hours,   and Malpas revived. He was taken to Tennant's Creek and later to Alice Springs, where he is slowly recovering. It is stated that Malpas is making his way round Australia, singing ...

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
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WARNING TO DRIED FRUIT GROWERS Over-Production Dangers [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931

WARNING TO DRIED FRUIT GROWERS Over-Production Dangers Although the outlook for dried fruit is encouraging, the Commissioner of Crown Lands (Mr. Richards) yesterday advised growers against increasing nor-<*> mai production until that: were rea sonable indications of a permanent improvement. The Minister said he .agreed with the views on. those lines contained in a report from the secretary of the Dried Fruits Board (Mr. Twiss). It would not be prudent to embark upon a definite policy at present, Involving greater production, and even if the Im provement were maintained more planting should not be carried out un til a re-survey had been made of the industry. Overseas Markets Mr. Richards said he had asoer tained from the board that the total pack of currants, sultanas, and '"*'■?* SSFtJx^ Commonwealth In 1930 was 72,432 tons. The normal annual con sumption was estimated at 12,600 tons, approximately 17 per centToftfre towE P*"*.^ a 8000 season. The remain ing 83 per cen...

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ATTACK ON U.S. POLICE "Criminal Alliance With Gangdom" [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931

ATTACK ON U.S. POLICE "Criminal Alliance With Gangdom" "In nearly every large city of this country there is an alliance between the police and the underworld." That is the outstanding sentence in cue startling report of the Wickersham Commission on police administration and methods in the United States, which was recently presented to Pre sident Hoover. "This criminal alliance between gang, dom, corrupt politicians, and corrupt police is responsible for the under world's reign of terror in American cities," declares the mathing report of the commission's investigations, which goes directly to the boitom of gang doms' guerilla warfare on the nation. The report demands the immediate removal of the paralysing influence of corrupt politics on crime suppression. The outspoken charges of the official body come in the middle of a tremen dous nation-wide outcry against the baby-killers of New Tort Conditions in New York, leading to the imposi tion of shot-sun rule by police under Commission...

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