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GIRLS' GUILD ANNIVERSARY [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931

GTBLS' GUILD ANNIVERSARY At the fourteenth anniversary services of the Qlris1 Quild of the Port Ade laide Congregational Church the pas tor (the Bev. H. 8. Joyce) con ducted the morning service. Miss Dorothy M- Johnson addressed the evening service on 'Abundant Life.' A girls' choir of 40 voices rendered special music, under the leadership of Kiss Duns. Miss Lily Baker, of Alberton, !s the guild secretary.

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
BRIDGE IN AID OF KUITPO COLONY? [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931

BRIDGE IN AID OF KDITPO COLONY The women's committee of the GP.O. w-Ul bold a bridge evening in the Pos tal Institute tomorrow in aid of the Kultr» Colony.

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WOMEN VOTERS Conference in Sydney [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931

WOMEN VOTERS Conference in Sydney '// economic independence is not, in some way, given to the woman and mother working in the home, the institution of mar riage will be threatened.' This statement was made by Mrs. Kenneth Street in a paper read re cently in Sydney at the annual board meeting of the Australian Federation of Woman Voters. 'Woman's Place in the New Aus tralia' was the subject of the open forum at which Mrs. Street contri buted her views on ''The economic in dependence of women.' Other ad dresses given on that occasion were 'A Challenge to the Present Parlia mentary Voting System,' by Mr. A. G. Huie: 'The Douglas Credit System and its Relation to Currency,' by Mr. W. G. McCreaddie: 'Woman's Place in the Educational World,' by Miss M. ML Simpson, a retired officer of the Edu cation Department, who lately stood for Parliament in NSW.; and 'The Political Status -of Women,' and an ad dress by Mrs. Preston Stanley, a for mer MJ-. Revision of Constitution An all-day conferenc...

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

CUTiX ! kilt ? faM ¥ElWPW Cutex liquia \ iPIBJ ww PoUsh Removet groomed nails.. .how imperative to lovely hands! With Cutex Manicure Prep arations it is so easy to keep your nails always an adorn ment . . .the final, exquisite touch to lovely hands... Cutex Cuticle Remover & Nail Cleanser... for keep ing the cuticle smooth and shapely and accentuating the half moons. Cutex Liquid Polish... for giving the nails a last-i ing, colorful brilliance.jfl Cutex Liquid Polish Re-^A mover...forcleansingthe JH nailsofalloldpolishbe- ^| fore applying the new— rtatiffiTim/iii «a»li ?Km ' VaXDEHAR PEIZKBEIf Sjaney All Cutex: Manicure Prepa rations may be bad in indi vidual packages, or in smart Cutex Manicure Sets ... the distinctive touch for your dressing table ... convenient fortraveling.-.idealforgifts. NORTHAM WARREN New York ? Paris Cutex ^rX^^^^^B^B manicure ^^^^ vaBssssal ^Bk_ -art.. ^aalssal Port the coupon vidi 9d. far Introdniv -Ori^ \ tory Set containing sufficient materials V...

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WERE YOU BORN UNDER AQUARIUS? [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931

WERE YOU BORN UNDER AQUARIUS? If your birthday falls between January 21 and February 19, the as trologer would say that you were born in one of the best signs of the zodiac. You are naturally of a humanitarian nature. Your great pleasure Is to do good to others. You have it in you to make a loyal wife and a highly successful mother. You would also excel as a teacher, writer, social worker, or nurse. You might even become Interested in as tronomy, astrology, and occult re search. You possess an intuition which is akin to prophecy. Your planetary colors are blue, vio let, and bluish green; your Sowers, the tulip, primrose, pansy, and daffodil your stones, opal, sapphire, and jade. Your success is won by hard work. It is not the overnight kind. I comes slowly but it lasts. In love affairs you are essentially loyal and devoted, but inclined tobe undemonstrative. You are so interests in the world in general that you may seem to neglect the man you love.

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HOUSEWIVES' RALLY Lecture on Home Decoration [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931

HOUSEWIVES' RALLY Lecture on Home Decoration A most interesting iwoEramme has been arranged for the Housewives' As sociation rally tomorrow at the Aus tralia. Aneas-street. Mrs. Ransom-Kehler. who was for three years chief of staff of Carson. Pine, Scott & Co.. one of Chicago's largest department stores, will give a lecture on 'Making Houses Homes,' illustrated by good examples of mo dem furnishing materials. She has spoken to 50,000 American dub women on this subject. The president of the Housewives' Association (Mrs. A. K. Goode) will give her quarterly report, and a musical programme has been arranged by Mrs. C. E. Chapman. There will be an in teresting demonstration of gas savers and other household appliances. All women are welcome.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Melbourne Market Melbourne. October 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931

Melbourne Market Melbourne. October S. Today's sales: — Australian Consolidate* Stock. 4 per cent. (1938). £84 15/. £84 12/6; 4 per cent. (1941), £82 5/, £82 10/; 4 per cent. (1944). £81 15/; 4 per cent. (1947). £80 5/. £80; 4 per cent. (1950). £79 15/; 4 per cent. (1951-53). £79. £78 10/: 4 per cent. (1951-55). £78 10/; 4 per cent. (1951-57). £78 10/: 4 per cent. (1951 69), £78 5'; National Bank, «3/; do, £10 paid. £11 10/: Goldsbrough. 24/. 24/6; SU verton. 17/; Australian Glass. 27/6: Broken Hill Proprietary, 12/7. 13/: British Tobacco. 26/1014. 27/414. 27/3: Dunlop. 9A. 9/2: Elecfcre. Klnc. prer, 19/4. 20/; Herald. 34/: Howuti Smith. S/6; Kauri Timber. 9/6; Lincoln Mffis. pref, 12/9: Peters (Vic). l/8',4. 1.-9: Rosella. 25/3; Broken HIV. South. 36', 37/. 36/9; do., six ?weeks. 36/7' 2. 37/; North Broken. 51/. 53 '6. 53/3: do, sis weeks. 51/6. 53 4. 53/3: Sulphide Corpora tion. 8-4. 8/3: do., six weeks. 8/5: Zinc Corporation, 24/; do. six weeks. 23/9. 24/; Mount Lyeli, 20/1 14, 2...

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MANAGERS' REPORTS [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931

MANAGERS- REPORTS Australian Roma OH. Nos. 1 and 2.— No. 7 Mooga bore down 3.S75 ft. in shales and sandstones. Production from Hospital **ni for the week ended SeDtember 2f) vms i 2.420.628 cubic ft. of gas, which yielded 517 gallons of petrol. For week ended September 27 it was 2.51S.089 cubic ft. for 577 galiors of pettol, being an increase of 96.000 cubic ft. of gas and 60 gallons of petrol: 1.1S4 gallons in storage. Gas showing a small increase daily, with the consequent increase In the output of petroL Absorption plant is running splendidly, with three shifts working every day. New Deloralne Gold Mining' Company. Ni., fortnight ended October 3: — 'South Incline Shaft— Shaft sunk and timbered to 55 ft. below 85 ft. level. No change in country, which consists of soft slates of favorable appearance. About the end of the comlns week It is Intended to open out a new level and commence driving north to pick up the ore shoot worked above the 85 ft. level and proved to extend underfoot...

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
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NO DIVIDEND ON PREFERENCE SHARES [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931

NO DIVIDEND ON PREFERENCE SHARES The directors of Goode. Durrant & Co.. Ltd.. have decided not to pay a dividend on the preference shares for the year ended July 19. ?

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Let's Tell Each Other [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931

Lef s Tell Each Other By 'LADY KITTSr' Grateful thanks to Mrs. M. J. S. for her very appreciative letter. I am glad she finds this column 'a tremen dous help.' Mrs. M. H.— The recipe for apricot cream cakes was not in the Let's Tell Each Other column but in Wednes day's Woman's World. Your query has been passed on to Elizabeth George. Your other question will be answered on the social page hi Satur day's 'Express and Journal.' C. M. Playfair kindly sends this hint: —'I make a most beautiful melon jam very similar to the prize recipe re cently given. May I suggest the addi tion of 4 teaspoon of cayenne pepper to the ingredients.' Miss M. L. (Queenstown). — Sorry it is impossible for me to write personal notes. No, you do not have to send any money; just post your question, and it will be answered by some of the many readers who so generously place their recipes at the disposal of those needing them. Admiral Podding The prize of 7/6 this week goes to Mrs. A. Mariell, 140, Mead-street,...

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

DIVIDENDS Dividends recommended by directors or finally approved by shareholders follow. C denotes dates on which transfer books close. P. dates on which payable:— Amalgamated Zinc, at rate 5 per cent. P Oct 8 Amalgamated Wireless (A/sla), at rate 6 per cent. P. Oct. 9. -Buckley «s Nunn. pref, at rate 7 per cent. C. Oct. 3. P. Oct. 10. Chrs. Birks. A pref, at rate 4 per cent. C. Oca, 8. P. Oct. 15. Colonial Gas. ord, at rate 6 per cent.; pref.. at rate 8 per cent. P. Oct. 8. David Jones, ord, at rate 4 per cent.; first pref, at rate 6 per cent; second pref, at rate 714 per cent. P. Oct. 14. E & W. Hackett. pref, at rate 7 per cent. P. Oct. 9. Howard Smith, pref, at rate 6 per ceit p. Oct. 6. Robert Harper pref, at rate 7 per cent. C. Oct. 8. P. Oct. 15. Truth and Sportsman, first pref, at rate 9 per cent.: second pref, at rate 8 per cent. P. Oct. 16. Tarra Falls, 2-i per cent. C. Oct. 9. P. Oct. 22. CALLS Deloraine Blocks. Id. P. Oct. 14. Empire Extended. l-,i-l. P. Oct. 14....

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QUESTION BOX [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931

QUESTION BOX A prize of 7/6 will be awarded next Tuesday to the best answer sent in. Each an swer must be on a separate slip of paper, written on one side only. Answers must be in office by Saturday mornlnc. Dora asks how to remove burn from aluminium sauce pan. She has tried salt with out success. 'Novice' requires a fining: containing; epes. also recipe for pineapple fruit cream (a street). 'Economy' asks how to re move crease after lengthening navy spun silk dress: also a re liable method of dry-cleaning 'Knitter' would like direc tions for a knitted cap in 4 p!y wool, such as is worn with knitted jumpers. 'Sweet Pea' asks how to wash Kasha frock without shrinking it. 'N.E.W.' requires recipe for sponge sandwich, which in cludes ground rice as an ingre dient. '

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FAIR AT GRANGE [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931

FAIR AT GRANGE { 1 The parish hall was attractively deco- 1 i rated for the annual fair of St. Agnes's ; Church. Grange, on Saturday. Lady New land, who was introduced by the Rev. ! Warren Swan, declared the fair open. Mr. I I W. A. Wallace (minister's warden) moved ! a vote of thanks to Lady Newland. and : Joan Haskard presented her with a bou- j quet. A guard of honor was formed by 1 the Grange Cubs, under ihe cubmaster. I Mr. C. Perks. The proceeds were In aid ; of unemployed and church funds, and} ol foreign missions. The amount raised ; was £84. The stallholders were: — Cake. Misses Beck (2). M. Williams. A. Satleir. Mes- I dames Priestley, and Roberts: Christmas gifts. Meedames H L. Rymill. M. G. An derson, and Misses George and Martin; bran pie. Mrs. Marshall and Rosemary Marshall: produce. Mesdames O'Grady. Everett. P. J. Fisher. Drawer and Barkla; Jumble. Misses Qulnton and Drewer (2); household Mesdames E. W. Mitton. C Perk£. Thome, and Miss Bennet: sweets. Misses M. and K...

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SILVER WEDDING AT NURIOOTA [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931

SILVER WEDDING AT NTJRIOOTPA Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kaesler. of Nurtootpa . I celebrated their sliver wedding at their home on Tanunda-road. Nurtcotpa. Din ner was at 8.20 p.m., when the Rev. T. Hebart addressed 93 guests. Frieda, the eldest daughter, crowned her mother with a wreath, and Ernest, the eldest son. pinned a silver spray to his father's coat. Both recited verses. Items were given by Mr. Harry Nuske (Twedvale). Miss Lan«3. Mr. Theo Geyer, and Miss M. Schlebner. A collection for the Finks mission turds resulted in £2 14/3. A three-tier cake wae the present of Mr. and Mrs. F. Bran- 1 nack. of Bllyarra.

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YESTERDAY'S STOCK EXCHANGE BUSINESS [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931

YESTERDAY'S STOCK EXCHANGE BUSINESS Sales, together with markets to 5.1S pjn. for stockb and shares listed 011 the Stock Exchange of Adelaide, are shown below. tti Commonwealth Tin*^'* the half-yearly periods mentioned refer to due dates of interest payments. Quotations in paren theses relate to previous sales: — COMMONWEALTH LOANS 3% p.c, 1947. Mar. 15-Sept. 15, (£74) B. £75. 4 p.c, 1938, June 15-Dec 15. (£84 16/3) B. £85. S. £85 10/. sales £85, £85 2/6. 4 P-C 1941. May 15-Nov. 15. (£81 17/6) B. £82 10/. S. £83. sales £82 10/. £82 12/6. £82 15/. 4 p.c 1944. Apr. 15-Oct. 15. -£81 15/) B. £82. S. £83. 4 pi, 1947. Mar. 15-Sept. 15. (£79) B. £80, S. £81. 4 p.c, 1950. Feb 15-Aug. 15, (£79) B. £80, S. £81. 4 p.c. 1953, Jan. 15-July 15. (£78 10/) B. £79 5/. sales £78 10/. 4 p.c, 1955. June 15-Dec. 15. (£76 15/) B. £79. S. £80. sales £78 10/. 4 p.c, 1957. May 15-Nov. 15, (£78 2/6) B. £79, S £80. 4 p.c, 1959 Apr. 15-Oct. 15, (£78 2/6) B. £79, S. £80. 4 p.c 1961. Mar. 15-Sept. 15. (£77 10/) ...

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SHARE MARKET OPERATIONS LOANS AGAIN FIRMER Barriers Advance Sharply [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931

SHARE MARKET OPERATIONS LOANS AGAIN FIRMER Barriers Advance Sharply Barriers provided the outstanding fea tures on the Stock Exchange of Adelaide yesterday. Although buyers were with out metal quotations to act as a guide, they took command of the market, and with only moderate supplies available, lif ted prices fcr the chief stocks to sub stantially higher levels. Broken win South being taken to 37/6. North Broken Hill to 53/6. and Zinc Corporation, ordinary, to 23/11. The brighter tone overseas wss probably the dominating factor. Firmer rates were alsa obtained for shares In the principal gold mining companies, but trading was comparatively light. Com monwealth Loans were quiet in a market which continued to move in favor of holders, while little business was put through In general Investments and mis cellaneous industrials. The following table shows how yester day's closing cash sales compared with preceding ones: — Rises Commonwealth 4 per cent, 1938 .. 6/3 Commonwealth 4 per ce...

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MINING NEWS TIN RETURN [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931

MINING NEWS TIN RETURN Selayang. — Worked 317 hours, treated 65,000 cuolc yards, recovered 15.833 tons of tin oxide, valued at £1.178. Estimated working costs £875.

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

S. C. WARD & CO., STOCK, SHARE, AND INVESTMENT BROKERS, 30, Grenfell-street, Adelaide. PM277C

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TELEGRAM FROM MANAGES [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931

TELEGRAM FROM MANAGER SJl Oil Wells.— Mid-west No. 2 bore — Cored into rich oil sand, 4 pun. on Satur day, 26'i ft. Depth. 1.254VJ ft. Bore is now under control of the petroleum en gineer, who will bring the well in very slowly, under American methods. -iurixig the next two weeks. This development is the most important on the field to date

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MINE OUTPUTS [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931

MINE OUTPUTS Electrolytic Zinc Company of Austra lasia, Limited, for the four weeks ended September 23 (the figures In parentheses are those for the previous period): — Zinc, 4,143 tons (4,128 tons), of which used at. the works, 60 tons (60 tons). Silver-lead product lor shipment to Port Plrie for realisation— Lead, 330 tons (300 tons). Silver. 40.000 az. (49,000 oz.).

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