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

^flKk Jfbk. Baby I INFANTS1 POWDERS KEEP BABY BRIGHT. HAPFT STRONG AND FAT. MH.J.A.BEZUIDENHOUT, wtfteis— «I bm now and joar lafants' Powden for two jaa for oar only ^'rfw*g boy, who is so bright, and faappy, and admiral by many people. He is ahnyi strong and fat. Ashton & Paisons lni«wH* Pomiexs w jIwajb bandT. sod Im-P omr tialiy £nc from unnec^ssarr suflsrixig and p**— Thcnian father, and mother both thank you far roar astonnhmgly good Powder*.' — aBA, Baleigh Street, PX-. Gttynlle, Natal, & Africa. INFANTS' POWDERS SOON MAKE BABT BRIGHT AND WEU. lbs. S. BEAD, write* :— ~ I always recommend your Infants' Powden to all my friend!. My baby wai qnite 31 two days last week, and although he is only 3} months old, I gave him the Asbton & Parsons' Teething- Powders, and he was soon bright and well again. I shall continue now until he has all his teeth. All my 7 children have bad your wonderful Ashton & Parsons' Infants' Powders, as I have never had any ot...

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
WILL IT WEAR? New Tests for Suits [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931

WILL IT WEAR? New Tests for Suits How long that new suit will last is no longer guess work, but a matter of scientific testing. Textile engineers and chemists now determine the wearing qualities of cloth before the material is even bought by the manufacturer, much less made into suits. We read in 'Popular Mechanics' (Chicago): — Just how long a pair of trousers, or the elbow of a coat, will last is now a matter of accurate calculation in the laboratory, which also finds what the hot summer sun will do to dyes, whether a coat is rainproof, and the effects of perspiration. Factory Tests For the elbow-rubbing test, a piece of cloth is fastened to a board, and another piece attached to a movable fiTTTi a small machine is started, and the effect is the same as the sleeve of a coat brushing against the side of a garment. Each rub is recorded on a counter, and the results are tabulated for each kind of material. In addition to the rubbing, in testing summer materials, an acid is added that...

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
W.A. Council By-Election Perth. October 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931

W.A. Council By-Election Perth, October *. The by-election for the Soutb-East Province of th» legislative Council resulted: — A. Thompson, 2,129 votes: H. V. Piesse. 1.759 votm?. The third c-ndidate 0B. HOI) Dolled 706 votes. of which 280 went to Thomson, and 426 -to Piesse. AU represented the Country Party, . ?

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
N.S.W. Savings Bank's Debenture Scheme Canberra October 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931

N.S.W. Savings Bank** Debenture Scheme Canberra. October 5. Tbe proposal of the Government Savings Bank of New South Wales for the issue of debentures for amounts as low ' as one pound Is not viewed favorably in Federal circles, although ♦he scheme has not yet been officially examined by the Commonwealth Government. In some Ministerial quarters tbe view is held that such a scheme would be an attempt to over-ride the law ?vhlcta restricts the Issue of bank notes to the Commonwealth Bank, and that the debentures would be a form of disabled currency.

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
TOURCOING ARRIVES TODAY Bringing Cargo From Lisbon [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931

TOURCOING ARRIVES TODAY Bringing Cargo From Lisbon Dainty & Co, agents for the wnhefonsen Line steamer Xonrcoine, re ported yesterday that the vessel was expected to arrive at Fort Adelaide from Usbon, Tte the Cape, about noon today. The Tourcolnc Is earning a Quantity of general cargo for Adelaide consignees, ana when this has been discharged she will continue her voyage to tne eastern States. The time of sailing Is not definite yet. George Wills Sc Co. say that the follow ing North German Lloyd and Hamburg America. I4ne vessels have been scheduled to sail from Hamburg, nromcn, and Ant wop tot Adelaide. Melbourne, Sydney, and Brisbane:— Tlie Franken will sail tomor row from Antwerp, and will arrive at Ade laide on November 16. . The Heidelberg will sail on October 28, and Is due here on December 7. Tbe Magdeburg will sail on November 30. and will arrive on January 7. The Bltterteld will sail on December 24. and will arrive on February 1. The Stassfurt will sail on January 2...

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

That I^S^^i Tobacco ' Breath Offends NJO man would knowingly offend with ???^ bad breath. But nine ont of tea do, nnoonsciotiily, at one time or another. Smoking causes bad breath. So do stomach disorders. Certain foods and drinks are constant offenders. Or it may be food decaying between the teeth, or an unnoticed gum disorder. Now there is new scientific protection. Millions now use May Breath, for it afibrds absolute immunity in an amazingly simple manner, so that offence no longer is un amaabl*, but unpardonable. May Breath is en antiseptic month wash in tablet form ... dainty Ihde tablets rjur you carry with you, in purse ?» pocket, always. May Breath 1/- AT ALL CHEMISTS ? *? la*B^aHa4sssHOFW^ii*rlj^ I BBBVBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBauatfralleW^'^ I «

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHILD'S PRANK Ruins Valuable Carpet [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931

CHILD'S PRANK Rains Valuable Carpet Bobby was in a nasty temper and set out to destroy some thing. So he took ink and poured it over his mother's best carpet. As mother had bought the carpet on her travels abroad and paid a high price for it, she is now wishing1 she had given Bobby Laxettes before the dam age was done, instead of waiting till after. Nine days out of ten, Bobby U a lovable imp with no malice in him. But, like other children, he gets sn occasional 'cranky' mood and needs -Lazettea to put him right. Cranky moods com* from m widespread upset condition of stomach, liver, kidneys and bowels, and are a serious prob lem in their effect on character. They should always b* cored as rapidly as possible with Lax ettee. For free Laxettes sample, vital information on the causes and cure of 'o.-ankiness,' etfc, write Dept.A.A., LaxetU Co* Melbourne, C.I.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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VOCATIONS FOR GIRLS Massage [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931

VOCATIONS FOR GIRLS Massage By Mrs. K. GILMORE REID Massage is an ancient practice, as we read of it being employed by the Greeks and Romans. It is now taught in a systematic manner by recognised schools. About 25 years ago the Australian Massage Association was formed. It established a uniform training, and awards a diploma. Before entering upon the course, a student must satisfy the council that she is IS. and has passed the leaving examination, and show a doctor's cer tificate of her physical and general fitness. She then may be registered as a stu dent for the course, which takes two years, the first year being epent at the. University. The second year is spent at the University and the Adelaide Hos pital, where the practical knowledge is gained. The curriculum includes ana tomy, physics, bandaging, massage, and medical subjects. The examination is held at the end of each year. The cost is approximately £100. the fees for each subject being payable in advance. Having got so far,...

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
The woman's world FINDING WORK FOR BOYS AND GIRLS Pleasures of an Outback Woman WAR WORK OF TODAY AT KESWICK [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931

* Vhe 'Woman's 'World *l 11 ' ? -Conducted by ELIZABETH GEORGE ? ? ? FINDING WORK FOR BOYS AND GIRLS Pleasures of an Outback Woman WAR WORK OF TODAY AT KESWICK OF all the many hopeful signs about us, I can think of none more cheering and inspiring than the successful beginnings of the scheme to employ boys and girls. There is something so deadening about a do-nothing policy, and that was what we were all drifting into. People tvho do some thing definite to leaven the lump of despair are worthy of spe cial admiration. The other day I spent an hour or two with Sister Mann, at the Florence Nightingale Home for Nurses. There is something about the very atmosphere of that pleasant, flower-filled place, that suggests hopeful achievement. Just inside the door, near some charm ing old prints, are two photo graphs, one of Florence Night ingale's own home, and one, faded, but still impressive, of that re markable woman herself. One has quite a vivid fancy that her spirit, purposeful as ever, ...

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
PART XV. MEN OUTFACE RHINOCEROSES [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931

PART XV. MEN OUTFACE RHINOCEROSES Merti, Northern Frontier Province, November 16.— Harry Carey and Dun can Benaldo, waving their -wooden clubs, have outfaced rhino. They wa^i right up to him, mueii as they did to the lions, and by sheer bluff, compel him to give ground. So it w:U appear in the film of 'Trader Horn.' In j reality, we have done more manoeuvring : and planning, and executed more ! strategy than we have done in any similar period in Africa. If. we have seen one rhino, we have eeen 30. It is surprising that a creature of such bulk can conceal himself at all, yet on three occasions we have stumbled on to them Iyir.3 in the brush, and they have snorted into life almost under our noses, and given us time for nothing but to get out of their way, and hardly enough time for that! I determined to be prepared for the nest one, and arranged for one of the cameras to be ready, on the baclc. of a camel. This fell to the lot of Bob Roberts, with our most flexible camera, the Akeley....

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
"TRADER HORN" With The Sound Camera In The Jungle THE CONCLUSION [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931

'TRADER HORN' With The Sound Camera In The Jungle (BY W. S. VAN OYKB) THE CONCLUSION This is the concluding part or Mr. van Dyke's narrative of the filming of 'Trader Horn.'

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

MXNLATON Elder. Smith. & Co, Limited, report hav ing held their usual monthly market at the above centre on Tuesdav. September 29. Sheep— 2 227 yarded. 1.428 sold. An excellent yardlne of sheep was submitted to a good attendsmce of buyers from Southern and Northern Torke Peninsula, es we!l ps local districts. A eood enquiry existed for wethers of fattening age. but voting wethers were hard to dispose of. Sheep — 362 wethers. FM, fat. large frames. 12/5: 18 Iambs. Lincoln X. fats. 11/3: 40 wpthers F.M, killable. 10/1: 35 wethers. P.M.. killable. 10/6: 807 wethers. Y3&. for ward store to kUlable. large frames. 10/5: T6 wnthere. good frames, very wrinkly. o'iy shorn. 9/; 20 lambs. Suffolk X lar^bs. 8/3. dx

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

Shipping Notes and Notices j ORIENT LINE BOVAL MAIL 6TEA3(£U£ TO LOXD0S. Via COLOMBO. SUEZ. POHT SAID, XAPLES. TOUU)X. GIBRALTAR, and PLYMOUTH. Steamer. Tons. | Commander. Sails. ?OESOVA 1S.041 G. O. Thome Oct. IS. ORONTES 20.000 F. R. O'Su'.livan Sov. 12 OTRASTO 20.000 H. G. Sunnton Xor. 26 ORFORD 120,(100 A. L. Oacns Dec. 10 ^Tourist Steamer. O3e CIsfs os'v. FASES — ADELAIDE TO LONDON. FIRST 6ALO0X— 6in?le, from £90. Return, from £168. TOURIST CLA65— Sir.jle. from £39. Hetum, from £70. THIRD CUSS— Single, from £3S. Return, from £68. All Fares subject to Exchange, which m»j be ascertained on enquiry. 1L G. AXDER50X & CO, Asenta, 8. King William-street. Telephone C. 8800. A. & C. Aberdeen and Commonwealth line fiMC PI ACC Praenger Service to HULL U11E. I.U1M and LONDON', via Colombo, Port Said. Malta, and Southampton. ? JEKV.'S BAV ? 14.16* :one Oct. IS tLARGSBAT ? 14,18* tone O?t. 28 UORETOX BAT.. 14.1*5 tons Not. B0 ESPERASCE BAt U.176 tons Dec 1* tOmits Southampto...

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R.S.L. Appeal On Behalf Of Ex-Imperial Soldiers Perth. October 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931

R.S.L. Appeal On Behalf Of Ex-Imperial Soldiers Perth. October 4. On the ground that there are many Imperial ex-service men who are likely to become a burden on the Common wealth, owing to war-caused disabili ties, the State congress of the RJS.K has decided to ask the Federal execu tive of the body to urge the British Ministry of Pensions to consider sym pathetically cases of all ex-Imperial soldiers who are denied rppeals because they had not been made within the statutory period.

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Talks To Young People [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931

Talks To Young People The Rev. Hugh Paton, of St. Stephen's Presbyterian Church, Syd ney, has written 23 stories, every one of which could be told in a few minutes. Robert Dey, Son, & Co, have pub lished them as 'Talks to Young People,' a booklet which Should find favor among ministers and religious works among young people.

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Statistics Show Decline In General Insurance [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931

Statistics Show Decline In General Insurance The general insurance statistics issued by the Government Statist (Mr. W. I-. Johnston) for the year ended June 30. 1931. show that the 93 com panies in South Australia paid £717,370 in claims and expenses, a decrease of £95.441 on the nrevious year. 'The claims represented 38 per cent, of the premiums, and the expenses 53 per cent. The total claims and expenses for the principal risks were— Fire. £377503: motor car and cycle, £155.451: work men's compensation, £100250; and marine. £28,675. Premiums totalled £786542, compared with £977511 the previous year, and the principal figures were: — Fire, £430^31: motor car and cycle. £150298 (£231550 in previous year); workmen's compensation. £95,090 (£133,491) ; marine, £42532.

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

Dancing Championship The second final of the South Austra lian section at the .Australian amateur ballroom dancing championships will be beJd tonljrht in toe Palais Royal. It will be Judged by an Independent tribunal of Judjres. consisting of Miss Rita Thlselton. Mr. B. a. Curmlchael. ana Mr. Bay Segar The successful competitors will meet those trfco won the first final In the grand final on Saturday. ?

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

I SPEND 3d. and SAVE POUNDS £707 Piece of Furniture is Guaranteed and Priced BELOW CITY SALE PRICES This CHABUING 4-PIECE OAK BEDHOOM SUITE, WITH ANTIQUE ROB FINISH, comprising Wardrobe. 5 it. wide, with mirror Inside one door, also fitted Inside wlthsliett and brass rod. The three doors are made to open Independently. This allow* easy access to clothes In any part of the Wardrobe. Dress Ins Table. 4 ft. vide, with rimless mirror. f\ 4 £\ I 4 f\ 1 brash Boy Is 2 ft. 8 in. wide, fitted with three 'V 1 X / 1 X/ drawers and two cupboards; Boda FuU-elze dUXO/ 1O'' Doable Bed. C» W. SPECIAL PRICE .. .. BSAOTSTTLZiT TV3XTBBD BLA.ux.wOOD DOTING-BOOM, with Queen Anne Legs, comprising one S ft Sideboard. with three drawers and two cupboards and large bevelled rimless mirror: 6 ft. x 4 ft. Oval s» 4 ??* / 4 sv / Table, five Dining Chairs, one Carver, with S!:p- £ 1 7 / 1 II / UNLEY-ROAD, UNLEY. PHONE U. 1121, 1122.

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

?^ Days PRIGE-GUT SALE CONTINUES TODAY MANCBESTCR-HG PRICE CUTS 1/- Fancy Woven Hand Towels to clear at 9d. Colored Band Towels, usual size. Usually \f. Hooves Price Gut Sale, 9d. each. 1/6 each Fancy Towels to be cleared at 1/ Fancy Woren Band Towels, size 40 In. s IT In. In Sue Blue, Gold and Boss. Dsnallr 1/6. Moore's Price Cut Sale. 1/ each. 6/11 Christy's Bath Towels to clear at 3/11 Extra large Fawn rbristr'a Bath Towels, measuring 57 x 11. Thca an Christy's best quality. Usually 6/1L Moore's Price Cut Sale. 3/11 each. 1/U yard Near linen Pillow Cotton to go at 1/2 G-x-4 quaKty 40 Inch New tinea Pillow Cotton. wUl tin splendid service, and launder like linen. CsuaUy 1/11, Moon's Price Cut Sale, 1/2 yard. 1/11 yard Nursery Swanskin to clear at 1/ White Nursery Swanskin. 30 In. wide. The noted Pink edse dot]- Usually 1/11, Jfaore'3 Price Cut Sale. 1/ yard. 1/3 linen Tea Towels to be cleared at 9d. Pure Linen Tea Towels, in colored checks. Measuring 28 x 20. A splendid Tearing an...

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SPEED EVENTS ON LABOR DAY [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931

SPEED EVENTS ON LABOR DAY For the first time in the history of Labor Day celebrations, motor cycle speed events will be included in a sports meeting to be held at the WayvUle Showgrounds on Labor Day, October 14. There will also be athletic and other events. The programme will begin at 12 noon. At 2 pjn. professional and ama teur athletic events will be decided, and the speed meeting will start at 3 p.m. Speedway practice will take place between 130 and 2 pjn. International riders, including Jack Chapman. Clem Mitchell, Laurie Packer and Keith Litchfield will be seen in action. The handicap event to be de cided win be known as the 'Labor Day Handicap.' Selected riders and han dicaps for this meeting will be de clared on Thursday.

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