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False Teeth Can Not Embarrass [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931
False Teeth Can Not Embarrass Most wearers of false teeth have suf- &lt;*> fered real embarrassment because their teeth dropped or slipped at Just the wrong time. Do not live in fear of this happening to you. Just sprinkle a little Fasteeth on Four plates. Makes false teeth stay in place and feel com fortable. Sweetens breath. Get Fasteeth from any good chemist. night's holiday In Adelaide and Barmera. —Hiss Nancy Hunt, of "Waixeanga.** has recovered from a recent operation and has left the hospital.—Messrs. £. H. Toung mnn. Manager of the E£. & A. Ban^ and T. Halg. of Halg & Co., Ltd^ are' en joying golf at Barwon Heads. Mr. Toung tnan. who will be away a fortnight. Is being relieved by Mr. H. D. Fletcher, of Adelaide.—Mrs. Herbert Fated, of Square Mile, underwent a, serious operation at tbe Mount Gambler Hospital, but is ™?fri"g satisfactory progress.—Miss Elta Foi has gone to Melbourne to sing hi a concert arranged by the London College of Music and she...
5AD—229 Metres [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931
5 AD— 229 Metres 7 — Time. 'The Advertiser' early morn ing news; weather; commercial. 7.15 — I Morning melodies. 8.30 — Close 10— Time. 'The Advertiser' news. 10.10 — Musical pot-pourri. 11 — Homecraft by I 'Nanette.' 11.15 — School of the air. 11.45 ! — Morning tea muslcale. 12.30 — Clow. 3 — Time; grain report; weather; music. 3.15— Sadio serial. 325 — Music continued. 5— Close. 5.30— Junior Listeners and Wireless Kan garoo. 6 — Time. Dinner music by the orchestra. The Land of Smiles and DDliar Princess; Wedding Serenade. The Hfll on the Cliffs, and The Herd Girl's Dream; Eosamunde Overture and Frederlca: Just a Kiss and Glow Worm Idyll: Thine Is My Whole Heart and Stephanie Gavo'te. 6.55— Sunshine Club. 7— Eon and Don, the Singing Serenaders. 7.50— Home pro ject movement by Mr. A. G Bdqulst. 7.55— First news bulletin 8— Recital for the Shell Company; 3old »nd Sliver Waltz (orchestra); To a Wild Rose and Berceuse de Jocelyn (Felix Sal mond. 'cello); I Kiss Tour Hand. M3damt-. and ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931
[?] ^ffiaMSSBBSMW^HBsSSSsfcteh ^K^f^'S?-' . ? ' ^H|^^^^^^H^H^^&&&.:-.'. .: '?::^^a^^^^^»^^9^^9H Business worries, anxiety for the future, are making thousands of men nervy and irritable, and robbing them of sleep. The result is that wives and children suffer, too. Yet, the letters shown below prove that nervous conditions can be promptly checked, as they should be, in order to prevent serious complications. After the first few doses of Clements Tonic, the nervy, worried man notices a change. And each day brings a new feeling of strength and healthy happiness which soon reflects itself in the home. Clements Tonic has been doing this wonderful work in many thousands of families for over thirty years, and there is no remedy in the world like it. A New Man After One Bottle. f__- I was just about run-down, I could nor sleep at night. PlBffl Clements Tonic made a new man of me after I took one I^ffllsfa bottle of It. I would advise anyone to take it, as I /? JUSe* ...
BROADCASTING 5CL—411 Metres [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931
BROADCASTING 5CL — 411 Metres ; 7.30 to 8.30 — News and musical items. 11 j — Daily broadcast service, conducted by Commandant Hurst. 11.10 — Musical Items. j 11.30 — Homecrafts conducted by 'Suzette.' I 11.45 — Musical Items. 12 — Commercial. 12.15— News. 12.30— Musical Items, 12.50— Weather and grain report. 1— Musical ''?ons. 1.5 — Tlie second news session. 1.15 — Musical Items. 2 — Close donra. , 3 — Badio matinee. 3.30— Freda Jones. Pianist. 3.45— Radio matinee (continued). 4.30 — close down. 5.50 — Children's session, conducted by 'The Wattle Lady,' Introducing Miss Bobln, secretary S.P.C.A. 6.30— Dinner music 7 — Sporting. Stock Exchange, mar kete and news. 7.15— Musical Items. 7.50 —Miss Violet Salph will speak on the Young People's Employment Council. 8 — National network relay from 3LO, Mel bourne, 'October Oddities.' a sparkling re view of optimistic offering, under the direction of Frank D. Clewlow. 8.30 — 'Looking at Life— A One Year Plan,' by Charles Nuttall. 8.45 — 'O...
PRICE OF WOOL TOPS [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931
PRICE OP WOOL TOPS Mr. H. W. J.-wett. of Messrs. Ashworth and Jowett. who is at present In Ade laide, writes as follows: — 'I notice your craotatlons for Bradford tons on October 3 wete:— : 70's. 28d. per lb.: 64'a. 25l4d. per Ib.: GO'S. 23-,4d. I think these quotations are sent by Dawson. of Brartford. and I e-nt-nd that tons couM be bought f-wiy in B*-*ford on ?Ms c'ote at 70's. I'M.: 6's. 24d.: 60's. 22d. We a* too makers were preDared to sell at those prices.*' The prices we Quoted were cabled to us by our London office*
PASKEVILLE [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931
PASKEVTLLE Elder. Smith. & Co, Llmtled. report hav ing held their usual monthly market at ttae above centra on Thursday. Septem ber 24. Sheep— 982 yarded. 817 sold. Pigs —123 nenned. 76 sold. The yarding was submitted to good attendance of local fanners and the trade. Bidding was cautious, but a good clearance was effected at satisfactory values. Pigs realised lower rates. Sheep— 100 wetners, 3 vears, fat and weighty, good skins, big weights, 15/9; - 11 ewes, 114 years, even lot, well woolled and grown. 14/4; 99 wethers. 3 yean, fat to prime, shorn, good weights. 14/; 10 Iambs, prime weighty Merinos. 13/4; 50 wethers, 2 vears. prime and weighty, shorn. 13 A; 97 wethers. 3 years, fat to prune and weighty, shorn. 13/: 23 lambs, prune spring Merino, second draft, 12/10: 33 wethers, 3 years, fat Shrop shire, second draft. 12/10: 12 wethers. 3 to 4 years, fats, shorn, 12/6; 30 Iambs. fat spring Merinos. 12/: 82 wethers. 4 and 5 years, forward store, shorn. 10/; 28 lambs, fat spri...
BALAKLAVA [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931
BALAKLAVA Elder. Smith tc Co.. Limited, report hav ing held their usual monthly market at the above centre on Tuesday. September 29. Sheen — 227 yarded. 52 sold. Pigs — 330 penned. 295 sold. Calves — 34 penned and sold. A small yarding of sheep came to hand, and was submitted to a large at tendance. Only a fair enquiry existed, a laifx portion or toe yarding rpmBtnlng co sold. An excellent penning of pigs met keen competition, and a good clearance was effected at satisfactory prices. Calves also sold well. Pigs— Baconers, 40/ to 56/: porkers, 29/ to 36/; slips. 16/ to 20/; suckers. 9/ to 15/. Calves made up to 51/. Sheep— 32 wethers, 3 years, tats, 12/6; 7 wethers. 2 years, ksiable, 12/; 6 lambs, fats. 12/: 75 wethers. 3 end 4 years, for ward to kUlable. 12/; 100 wethers, 2 years, good order. 11/6. dz
Melbourne Quotations Melbourne, October 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931
Melbourne Quotations Melbourne, October 5. Wheat, steady, demand irregular. 2/6%. 2/7. ex suburban siding, stores 2/B. Flour quieter. £6 5/. Bran and pollard steady. £4 5/. Oats, milling, steady undertone. 2/. 2/1; feed dull. 1/B. 1/7. Barley aulet. English. 2/6. 2/7: Cape. 1/10. 1/11- Maize 6low, 3/. 3/L Potatoes depressed, easier. £4. £6 5/. Onions, little business. £2 10/, £3. Butter. W&. Jute firm. Comsacks, spot and forward. 8/9; bran tses. 7/; woolpacks, distributing price. 3/11. 4/. i
RETAIL DAIRY PRICES [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931
SETTAH, DABBT PBICES ftS£ ^^L, Grocers* Association of IS?* r^'8*1^ IePar*s that tte re tail selling prices are: — it, ^U tte^-pfcolceEt factory. 1/6 to 1/7 J'' second grade factory, 1/4 to 1/5 BRgs ran*- from Sd. to 1/5 raAerTvflb18'-11615- V to l/1: nam tOClflpe'~~NeW' ™' U-': matnred- V4 Onions.— Brown. Id. lb.; 6 Ib. far 6d. Potatoes.— 7 lb. for 8d. WHEAT. FEED GRAINS. AND PRODUCE Wheat.— Merchants' buying limits for srowHs* Jots, tAJi., trucks. Port Ade lalde^or chief ehlppmg outports. 2/3 Ftour.— *or lending city brands, mil Iras' quotations up to £7 ton. less 5/ for cash. - Mil Offal (city net prices) .-Bran. up to £3 15/ per ton. trucks, mill ? door, for ton lots. Pollard, up to £4 . 10/. trucks. mlH doer, for ton lots. Barley. — No. L nominally about 2/2* second grade, about 1/11 per bushel! Port Adelaide, for gioweih' lots. Oa.ts.—Ooo-i teed Algerian, nominally about 1/6 per bushel. Port »a»i»itj»_ for giuwen.' lots. Hay (cutters' buying price).— Best whenten sheaved, deli...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931
PUBLIC NOTICES THE WEIGHT OF A LADY Affects Umr FIGURE and HEALTH Tab* af mar wakjkt aaa* what It SHOULD ?C Ara |M stsatar tku k aatsralT WmM jwa Hk» t» Ian saaw sf yaar aasacassss * REDUCE By Our System of Physical Culture ?Ts trast in fey sxsrnsea, aisstrie MM Mas, — j jit. mtU latrrsvna M asalla aaa adMty. Saassss a»s eatMastisa an aiilala — we fre ajaastij Men* as ancfc a- THREE STOUT fsascttsa la THREE H0MTB8. GLASS. POSTAL, ar PRIVATE LESSOVB. BUSINESS GIRLS An yar tstsrstts* la Mr laaek-aaar Ian art ?salts eattara slanasT Lao tkaa half taa naal ctaai fan eaaned. Sana a araMaMa half bear la really wastsnaM anralaa. Gysv at Batataa osstaaie worn. BVBBBBBV^^^^^^^aBBBBBBBBBBBBMRnB^Bn MRS. CLARENCE WEBER Who gave talks on health and posture to thousands of women and girls In Adelaide last week. WEBER SHORTHOSE & RICE'S fleahk and Strength CoBey : 41 Carrie Street, Adelaide KINDERGARTEN UNION OF S A (INCORPOKArED) ANNUAL MEETING. TODAY AT 3.15 pjn. Kindergarten Training Col...
LOCAL WHEAT MARKET Steady at Late Rates [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931
10CAL WHFAT MARKET Steady gft Late Rates MiBte cable advices received yesterday faTe tte -Sngllan wheat market on Satur day as steady owing to exchmie. but on'.y ? limited- -amoont of bu^ness was re ?orted. A fugasrpj bv the B«roa Ruthvrn. -lioat from Western Australia, was olscrt at 24/ quarter cif, rnd a -parcel of 1 SOT tons toy tte Neckar. September brx from Hew South Wales, was Hold at 23/3. This wm bulk wheat. Manitoba wheat was *e«erlbed as utschanved. . Liverpool futures firmed V,a. to 4/3'.4 cental for October. »M t« «/B»,4 for De cemSer- *d. to 4/9«^ for M»rcb. and 'Id to 4AHb for May. The market was steady on easier exehang* otherwise there was so new feature. Chlcaco options declines 13-160, *o 1/10 15-16 bushel for December. %dT£»3A- 3-lS for Starch, and 11-lSd. to 2/1 l-UTfor Hay. Wlnnlpr??. on the other nindT sras. up -Ud. to 2/2«i btwhel for O^to-er- **»t-.-«r^a/2 U-'s for nwnJw-. '''?MW- **^**H4 for May. Mr G G. y*1iot|^fc Anestcs^i ''Vdvice ' ntated that Ch^Cffja^e...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931
FUNERAL NOTICES WALKER.— The PRfBNDS of 'the late ata. FLORENCE USVTNA (FaUSaH) WALKER am jeauecMully- infonsed that her *-r— »iT1' wfUbeinte— cd in the WesM— s «ca Cemetery on TUESDAY MOBW8G at 10^0 aJn. ALFRED JAMES. Undertaker. 88 and 193. Unley-road, Unley, 'phone V 1060; FrewvUle and Colonel Light Gardens. .-.LIVEB. — Tbe FHTESJDS of the late Mr*. \J ISABELLA OLIVER an respectfully in formed that her Funeral will leave her lane residence, S6. Johns-road. Prospect, on TUES DAY, at 8 pjau. for die North-road Cemetery. GEORGE A. SEECHING. Undertaker. 132, Prospect-road, and 1, Wilcox-avenoe, ? Prospect. 'Phone M. M2L ? /-XHEXEY.— The FRIENDS ot tbe Ute Sirs. \J MARY ANN CHENEY an napectfnl^ in formed that her Funeral wd leave her late: residence. No. 12. James-stieet, oS fin'ilsi iliaii. Prospect, on VTEDNEBDAY, at *-S0 pa, lari tbe Dudley Park Oemebsy. - GEOROB A. BEECHBID, tmtetafat; 132, Proapeot-roud; 1, Wilcox-averme, Proapeet. 'Phone K. 1821. ? . MCCARTHY.— The FRIENDS ot tb...
CHARLES BIRKS & COMPANY [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931
tHUmnS BIBKS & COMPANY The accounts of Charles Birks tc Ccm panT.fLJmlted. for the year ended August 31 show a net profit of £5525. after pro- 1 vidtec tar dsprtdatlon of plant, fixtures. motor vehicles, and writing off bad debts. Tills compares with a net profit of £5207 Cor tte previous 12 months. The balance hrnngftt forward was £11.750: land and taoorae tax for State and Federal assess ments. £10.246. has been paid, leaving CTAt In appropriation account. It Is in jijijiiI to pay a dividend on the 'A' preference stares at the rate of 4 per eentjier anznnn for six months. This «m aWorb £2400. Both the. 'A' and ST jprftrenAe Iss™»* are cumulative as to capital and dividend, and drrtiends have been Mid in fuU np to February. 1930. The directors. In their report, say that extensile alterations and additions have been made to the premises since the east *n portion of tiie property was occupied. mrtiTH a larger turhaver possible. Seve rn departments have been moved to new totat...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931
Unusual Wearing Quality in A* *^^ Boys' Band Blouses jjrj|7 Made from, strong Royal Blue and White MHMflBBw 3/5 each. _, „ . _ ajMjM ffl^ffin Big afisormertf, of Boys' Band *| #44 fH^R Blouees, In etnmg Cambrics 1/11 BL^BglsW and Twins, colored on White 1/11 ^HBHEHT grounds, neat stripes. At ; ?# ? ? /[ ?'.'??! 'IITI SNEYD6. 1/11. If i| Qg) * Manchester Sacrificed! ?~~~ '' WHITE TOWELS White Admiralty Towels, the same quality as those supplied to the ? QSP* +Jl& 6NETOS. 2/11 ea. BAGS. 1/U Tea Toweffiug ( Strong Khaki Drill inc. ehowtag in M^AII known Hor- I / W% sea* Check de- BJ /til- rockses* brand. ?/ II signs. In Blue. w ??? | Meal doth lor ? # ^P Bed. or Gold ' uniforms, school colorings. Usually 1/1%. At I wear or men's working shirts. 38 SNEXDB. »%-L yard. J In. wide. At SNEYD6. 1/6 yd. Unbleached Sheetings |bb! Below Replacement Cost! Cial Special quality and value. In Beany Weight Tin- , iffflSft blcacrird Sheetings. Extra strong » wearing doth. RSMEETlMff that win ...
Monetary and Commercial WHEAT FUTURES September Movements [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931
Monetary and Commercial WHEAT FUTURES September Movements By the City Editor Szcept tor normal fluctuations, prices on «U wheat future and option mar kets showed practically no change, for the first half of September Russian shipments Increased weekly, reaching SearJy LOOO.000 quartets in the third ?reek, ami demand, continued slow. The latter factor was continuous, so far as tile- United Kingdom was concerned, witti the result that past stocks almost -VwiWfM1 from the opening to the clos ing of the month, reaching the re spectable total of approxaaately SjOOO.800 quarters. On September 21 came the startling fTinn^TwiniMif that Britain haa tem poraifly abandoned the gold standard. ?tw^ ttie consequent depreciation of the pound caused a jump in Liverpool firtures of 6d. to fld. per cental in ttn days. This rise, said Mr. G. G. wff^iqjTg yesterday commentinz an the movement, was evidently partly occa sioned by uncertainty and nervousness, and operators, soon remembering that the actua...
BERNARD SHAW DUPED Only Shown Best Side of Soviet [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931
BERNARD SHAW DUPED Only Shown Best Side of Soviet 'It Is past human «onceptkan that euch f ainouB pereoaB «s Mr. Bemanl Shaw and Lady Astor can speak. In favor of SovietBusda,' eald C&pttin a E. Fisher, of the China Navigation Company, who was a paeeenger on hoard the Ceramic which berthed at the Outer Harbor on Saturday. Tfce military forces, he said. w*r* th* ? only objects of tbe Soviet who enjoyed anyttiing like a decent llvlne, ana it n were not for the domination ol the soldiers there would be a revolution to morrow. The people were cowed into subjection. They openly confessed Communism, but their hearts revolted against It Money was extorted from the workers and put back into tbe coffers of the Soviet. They were allowed one pair of shoes a year by Govern ment provision, for which they paid 300 roubles, and all food and clothing was issued under the eagle eye of a Soviet offld&L- Vlsltars were compelled to spend seven end a half roubles a day wbQe in tbe countr...
COMMONWEALTH RAINFALL [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931
coiototmaxura sxtstjomi The following la t&o OomrttonBHllll iltl fan for the 48 noun ended a* a aa. wax '-? Monday. October a-— ' ? Western AustrBlUu-Antb. 4 putts; OaV* X«euwln. 31; Bcltpae salaaO. U. Queensland.— St. Lawrenos. U *eutc: Bockhamptota, 43; Sandy Caps-, -4§! -Ssj-- bane. 47: MltcheO, 21: OooaalwlaflvW. Ntw South «UM.-fe», 14 petom JO bury. 4: Ftorbaa. IS: Duobo. IS: ClaiasBea . Head. 19: Port Macquarla. U: Wliwajasna, TT Sydney. 7: Jervts Bay. 14: Morura, «; lawt. Howe Island. 245. r ~ s^_'_ Victoria — HorBham, 5 points: Oapm^pt way. 15: Behuea. «: Mtf btmtM. 17: ^Masa'ai Promontory, SO: Oabo aslaM.^n. TiTil. ' Tasmania — Hobart. 303 valntsiBniaaBR Cape Sorrell. 7: Zeehan. f*rBtaKaWt: - tow Head. 7: lvaunceston. 28: MdjaasBCv SO: Swansea. 182; Oataasdsk 7». - ~ . - ;
RIVAL SEAMEN'S UNIONS Echo Of Old Foud [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931
RIVAL SEAMEN'S UNIONS Echo Of Old F«ud An echo of the Walsh-Johnson Xenfl pn the waterfront was provided in Mel boumelast week when the High Mot of Australia reserved Judgment on an appeal from a judgment for £200 far Mr. c W. Haloombe, 83L, tnrintt Peter MnK-^nan. State secretary xt Uie Federated Seamen's Union of Aus tralasia. On November 24. 1929, Leon Rater. and John Stapleton were given. Judg- ment for £100 each against McKeman on the ground that he had prevented them from Obtaining employment on the Manunda. They were members of a body known as the Australian Be« mente Union, organised by Mr. Tom Walsh, which was at the time toing to take tbe place of the Federated flea men's Union of Australasia, of widen Jacob Johnson was then Federal mc retaiy. It is not now in — *«tff- Eraser and stapleton had been |AdDea up as greasers on the inunmdat^afid alleged that MeKeman had taid'Jbe owners that if they started Other ?nejaV' ' bersof the crew would leave, and they were not employed....
SOUTH AUSTRALIAN RAINFALL [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931
SOUTH ATJBTBAUAIt BAIHFAU. The foBowlng te tha Santii AnMraHsB ralnfaU for the 48 hours ended a* *U0 un ?on Monday. October 5: — Northern Hlvers^-Danrtn, 162 points. Brook Creek. 1U. Lower Nortii.— WaterralsV 2 IXKntsr *n *l}wtkt6'ol Murray Bange. Badrnfiwaili. 3 points: Manabsl. 3; Btntrton. 3. . . Adelaide Plains, newsworthy, saotnts: Adelaide. 2; Gleneiirs: Base Sat*; 1; Trinity Gardens. 1: St. tVUfla. 3. - Mount lofty Baflfes^-etuitof „»««*, S polnte' TJrsldla. 6: uarendon. Si ItdEpact* Tale. 2; OnmeracTia. 2; WeodMdt. 4J JtanBJsV alde. 2; Mount Barker, 2; Bcbnapt, «.. Murray Valley, -Milang. tpetMs? Matt Bass, 4. «