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SHOWTOWN MARKET [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931

SNOWTOWN MABKBT OoMsbrougJi, Mort tt Company, limited, report having held their usual monthly market at Bnowtown on Thursday, Octo ber 1st, An attractive yarding of prac tically an shorn sheep came to hand, and were met with keen competition from buyers from local and surrounding dis tricts. Sheep — 835 yarded. 827 sold, as follows:— 166 2. 3. ana 4 years old ewes, in splendid condition. 14/1; 100 Ufe year old wethers, well grown, good forward con dition. 13/6: 123 4 and 5 years old ewes, 12/11; 21 2-teoth wethers, 13/9; 7 fat. woolly wethers, 16/U: S fat. woolly wethers, 17/3; 68 ewes, with 44 lambs at foot, 16/; 168 ewes and lambs, all counted. 10/6; 50 mixed sex hoggets, 11/5; 17 ewe hoggets. 13/; 33 ewe hoggets. 12/1; 38 Merino suckers, &/: 17 Merino suokers, 8/4; 3 aged ewes. 11/: 3 aged ewes, 6/8: 6 15 months old Shropshire rams, at £4 4/. Pigs — 43 penned and sold. Slips, from 10/ to 12/; euckers, from 12/ to 16/B; porkers sold at £1 ISA Poultry and sun dries complete...

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE RUNDLE-STREET PRODUCE MARKET [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931

TBS BUNPIg-STBEgT PBODTJCK ^jEuKSET A. A. Brice & Co., Ltd., report on Octo ber 6:— Butter — Owing to continued firm ness in the overseas position values to day were increased by a halfpenny a pound for all grades. London buyers are operating steadily, and a large surplus is 'being cleared each week. Production Is encroaching the peak period, and large Quantities of cream are arriving at the different factories. Owing to the cool weather quality has been satisfactory. From now on warmer weather conditions ?will affect cream, unless suppliers are par ticularly careful. The extra money re ceived in your cream cheque when choicest butter Is forwarded will repay consignors for special attention given to their cream. Choicest quality bulk butter. l/2?4 lb.: second grade bulk butter. 1/1% lb. , (subject to stabilisation levy); dairy but- - ter (according to quality). 9d. to 10',iJ. lb Eggs — The market price remains un changed today. Good clearances are being made to London of exp...

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COMMERCIAL AND MARKETS Continued from Page 13 [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931

COMMERCIAL AND MARKETS Continued from Page 12 A. W. Suidfont ft Co- Lltnlted, re ported on Oetofeer 6:— Butter— Tie eup illes at cream to the tectotits are keep ing up well, but wttb the nearer ap proach ot warmer weather the peak period has about been reached. The quantities tiiould 6tJll keep up well, however. lor a food many 'weeks, u the feed, in zuoet ol -he oouotry districts is stUl ample, and fcas not yet withered off. a good gene ral rain, however, throughout the country would be of great benefit Just now Owing to me firmer raxes In London, values were ?id. higher lor all grades In the local aarket on Tuesday, anil demand was well maintained. Eggs— The supplies were ^itoheavy from most districts, but the quality ol some consignments showed a depredation owing to the warmer weather. All consignments were again cleared »t unaltered prices. Cheese — There was io alteration in values today, although heavy consignments were again received for local .and ejtport trade. Almonds— Th...

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931

?£|f Stomach Crahps IHMHpGos-Pain Round Heart MWm&ffl Dispelled- in 3 minute,! A GOOD MELftL — Just the things yon ? , ? r _ like! Then you pay for it — Hot and i^kK 'St^^^HK. ?/ strong. Writhe and double up— all your in ^^K 3Wli^s«W»r sides a regular battleground. Stomach feels s«^B ilBBT blown up like a balloon— agonising pains like ??&. ^STb^. someone was stabbing through your heart with ?HraL « 4K1 SBHlbt. a knife.' That's the toll addosis gas takqs. BraS£l&. / SB? I^^H^^^. And small wonder— just listen to this: mBHH^ sx%. SHhBA 'Wften, through tome upsetting of the HB^BHK. fill *&? fl^HsHRI gastric processes, the stomach secretes ex aBMBMiBUf* I ^^HBS^ra cess oc*d- u sets UP sourness, a searing, BiIB8&s£b&&&{ J^^EsS^S burning inflammation. Then gat gener MJJS&9H§$&?4 *4|^^HBS& atea' wiih Painful bloating and pressure lE^HQraHaT *l!^^H^^H& on f** heart. Fermented food is followed RaHS...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931

Wives Should Understand Assurance A new hind of A.M. P. Policy guarantees a regular income for 20 years after husband's death Comfort and Security for man and wife ««rT*HE longer I live, the greater my faith in life 1 assurance as a safety device,' eaid one of the most experienced of A.M.P. representatives. The wonder is that more men do not shelter under it. I have recommended thousands of men to build up their assurance so that they might have peace of mind, and do the right thing by their families. Some of these men hearkened to me, and greet me with a wave of the hand when I pass thorn in the street. I did them a good turn and they admit it. Others turned me away, but many of them have since cursed me for not insisting that my advice be taken.' Hie A.SLP. representative is an adviser — a good friend. Listen to what he has to say when he calls on yon. Let him, for instance, tell yon about the new A.BLP. Monthly Income Policy. Let him explain its bdnefits to your wife. Most assura...

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931

i THE PRICE IS DOWN BECAUSE ECONOMY DEMANDS IT! /fiSSZ^l ? QUALITY IS THE V^SRK^I same because our ^SSr/WAr REPUTATION DEMANDS IT ! FROM y^^l TODAY This striking price reduction applies to all 'S.W.P.' shades/ ' including Gloss White (Permanent Cardinal Red excepted). NOW use this saving paint. Remember this— the longer you leave your property unpainted the more costly the repairs you will have to make later on. 'S. W. P.' really costs you nothing because it Saves More than It Costs I Distributors : COLTON, PALMER & PRESTON, LTD., CURRIE ST., ADELAIDE AGENTS EVERYWHERE BUY 'S.W.P.' SHERWIN-WILLIAMS PAINT ^PREPARED; FROM YOUR LOCAL AGENT

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REPAIRS TO HILLS RAILWAY [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931

REPAIRS TO HILLS RAIXWAT The rails on a few curves between Naime and Murray Bridge would probably have to be renewed this year, but it was not expected that an ad ditional staff would be required, the Minister of Railways (Mr. Denny) in formed Mr. Collins in the Assembly yesterday.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Compulsory Conversion Of Bonds [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931

Compulsory Conversion Of Bonds This BUI is one of the /machinery measures necessary to deal with those holders of Commonwealth and State securities who did not voluntarily con vert,' said the Treasurer (Mr. Hill), In moving the second reading of the Commonwealth Legislative Powers Bill in the Assembly yesterday. Mr. Hill said that the lest Premiers' Conference had resolved that the 3 per cent, of security holders who did not voluntarily convert their bonds should be compelled to do so on the same terms as the others, and that legislative ac tion should be taken to give effect to that decision. The present Bill was one instalment of the legislative action required. The -legal position at present,'* con tinued Mr. Hill, 'Is that under the Commonwealth Constitution the Federal Parliament has power to provide for the compulsory conversion of existing Commonwealth securities, but cannot deal with the compulsory conversion of State securities. It would be pos sible for compulsory conversi...

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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State Parliament SAVING IN PRISONS DEPARTMENT Civil Servant Receives Bonus For Suggestion [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931

State Parliament SAVING IN PRISONS DEPARTMENT Civil Servant Receives Bonus For Suggestion For having suggested alterations In the uniform of prison guards, which will result in a saving of £331 this financial year, and about £112 a year thereafter, Mr. C. W. Hanson, of the officer of the Controller of Prisons, re ceived a bonus nf £10 The Attorney-General (Mr. Denny) stated in the Assembly yesterday that the suggestion had originally been in respect of badges, but this had raised the question of the quantity of uni form issued, and a reduction was made. Another saving which had been made in the department was the substitu tion of a cash payment of 7d. a day for the employes' wood allowance. The saving in the time of the administra tive staff formally occupied in ordering and superintending supplies was valued at £270 a year for the whole depart ment. The new arrangement took effect on October 1. No official received a bonus for the suggestion regarding the wood allow ance, t*'* Mini...

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TO CORRESPONDENTS [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931

TO CORRESPONDENTS Answers to medical enquiries win be published weekly in 'Hie Chronicle Answers to general questions will be published in 'The Advertiser'1 daily. Other answers wOl appear as follow: — Motoring, Tuesdays; recipes, Tues days and Wednesdays; Fanners' Infor mation Service, Wednesdays; sporting. Fridays; wireless. Saturdays. 'Difficulties.'' Marino.— 1. There are so difficulties In sending the Email nuggets away. Ton would Jiave to declare them and register the parcel, eee your post master. 2. Sea eand Is not so good es quarry sand lor gardens, but washing be fore use Improves it. and it may be used. 'Mua.' — 1. Tres, eggs may loe -washed oelore preserving, but thoroughly dry be Xore putting down. 2. Sales of 6ugar are exempt from sales tax. 'Argument.' Mile-End.— It Is lEegal to sen tickets in South Australia for the Dublin Irish sweep or any other game ol chance. Prosecutions are made when this Is detected. 'Reduced ClrtminstaiicMs.''— The reduction Is quite in order,...

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
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SOUTH-EASTERN DRAINS Bill Passes Committee Stage [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931

SOUTH-EASTERN DRAINS Bill Passes Committee Stage The South-Eastem Drainage Bin was further considered in Committee in the Assembly yesterday, when Mr. Beidy OJb.) moved that the clause providing that the decision of the board should be final and not subject to any appeal, be deleted. In its place he provided for a clause giving the right to appeal to a local court W full jurisdiction against a determina tion of the board. He said It was a vital clause, as far as landowners were concerned. In Us present form the measure was a departure from the practice established in the courts of Australia, whereby a person dissatis fied with the decision of a minor court could appeal to a higher 'one. That right was refused by the clause. Land owners had the right of appeal only to the body that made the assessment. The Commissioner of Crown Lands (Mr. Richards) said the board did not make the assessments. They were made by assessors. They reported to the board, which notified landowners, who. if ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WHEAT POOL CLAIMS Move To Annul Resisted [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931

WHEAT POOL CLAIMS Move To Annul Resisted ''The Government is seeking the easy way out of its obligations,' said Sir David Gordon in the legislative Coun cil yesterday, in opposing the Wheat Harvest Scheme (Claims) Bill. The Minister of Aericuiture -Mr. 'WhitfordJ 6aid the object of the mea sure was to annul the liability of the Government in the wheat scheme liti gation concerning the 1916-17 pool. The Crown had been harassed by claims by the holders of scrip for alleged neg ligence in handling the wheat. If they succeeded, the liability of the Govern ment might run to £500,000, a cum which the Government certainly could not find. The litigation was not being carried on by farmers. They already had received a good price for their wheat. It was carried on principally by Melbourne speculators, who boughs, in most cases, not wheat but a right to sue the South Australian Govern ment in the iope of personal profit. Sir David Gordon said the Bill originally sought to limit the liability o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931

BONING (ftd. per line per uaertlon.] CtEKTrUi AUSIBAUA. 8ILVEK, LEAD AND ? mscfG coitPAirr. ko lubiuit. JfOTICE 1e hereby given that OERTAD? fpuHre HA\E I1ECOJIE FORFEITED for SOS PAYMEST of the PISAL CALL ot £12 10/ (tmlve pounds ten tbiUinps) per chare, -Jsi I At the twelfth day ot Anpust, 19S1, aad WILT. BE 0FFF.RLD FOB SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION In the Vestibule of the STOCK EXCHANGE OF ADELAIDE, on THURSDAY*, the 22nd day or October, 193 1, at 2.45 p-m., unless Shares arc jrreriatnly redeemed. By order of the baud, W. F. HARTLEY, Secretary. Adr'-iMe. 5th October, 1931. ^ SHARES nay be REDEEMED op to 4 p.m. ? on WED.VESDAT, Stat October, mi. the -Ut H preeedjng the tale. ? ' IfASSEL inran-r gold lajnua oompast. L HO LIABILITY. JfOTICE to hereby given that * CALL (the Twentieth) of ONE PENNY per Sure his been made on the Contributing Share* ot the abore nuned Company (making the amid Share* paid op to Nine Shilling! and One Penny per Shan), and b doe and payable at the Registered Off...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931

When Eczema Drives You Mad Get a Bottle of Moone's Emerald 00 Dries up Eczema, Barbers' Itch and All Skin Eruptions in a Few Days— Guaranteed This wonderful surgeon's prescrip tion, now known all over the world as Moone's Emerald Oil, is so efficient in the treatment of skin diseases that the itching of eczema stops with one appli cation. A few applications and the most per sistent case of Eczema is overcome. nevtr to return. In the treatment ot discharging ulcers, abscesses and boils, it is supremely efficient. Moone's Emerald Oil in the original bottle is dispensed by chemists. It is not a patent medicine, but a wonderful prescription of a practising surgeon, and every penny of your money will be refunded if results don't completely satisfy. AU good chemists keep it In stock or can get it for you on short notice.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931

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ORROROO SPECIAL HORSE SALES [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931

OBROROO SPECIAL HORSE SALES Goldsbrough, Mort tc Co- Ltd* report having held a special sale of 140 horses at Orroroo. on Friday. September 25, on ac count of Messrs. John Lewis & Co.. Ltd., 'Newcastle Waters' Station, and H. M. Ba thern. 'Beetaloo Downs' Station. There was a large attendance «f buyers from local and surrounding northern districts. The demand was keen for horses suit able for farm work, whilst lighter sorts did not meet with such ready sale. How ever, a very satisfactory sale can be re ported. They quote as under: — 141 horses yarded. 101 sold. Draught mares, £11, £11 10/. £13. to £16; draught geldings. £11 10/. £12. £13 10/, £13, £13 10/, £14. to £14 10/; light sorts. £4 to £8 10/. «X

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SCHOOL OF BOMBS AND INDUSTRIES [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931

SCHOOL OF MINKS AMD XKDUSTKIES At ta« ttMttas of the Gounoa of the School of Mines, on Monday, tha Snanot ~ committee reported ft balance of S8JB83 to the credit of the. general account: the principal -Mr. F. W. Betd) nportad the enrolment during the third term of 2,114 students, including 420 In the Technical High School; and the analyst (Mr. W. S. ChJpman) reported having; made 346 assays and analyses during September.

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3LO—371 Metres [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931

'3LO-371 Metre. 7.30— Orchestra. Male Quartet. OcdlMKtxa. . Male Quartet, Orchestra. 'Banjo' pater eon In Cameos at Australia's OoUbKk.' B.30— Tom King And Phn Peaks fester tainen). Ban Stead (piano); Jotm Warren (tenor): June and Cuddle* Cbanfo «nd marimba): Campton Ooatto_Ccatn**JMtt: Alice Wells (soprano). UMHTesUMr Ata. IO3— 'Meditation' mate. XI— Ctaae, t ?

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5AD—229 Metres [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931

5 AD— 229 Mefrw /r ?j-inme. '-Xi» Adrerttaer- esay mom tec Bern; weathen «wnnniiiwiH. 5JU— ^Sfmlr^Tne AdverU.tr' am JpMB —Musical pot-pourri. U— Time. JBome cratt. by ?TJanette.' lUO-Mondat; tea murdcale. 1220— Close. . /.'. ' S— Time, ermin report; weather. .US — Badlo aerial. 335-etansfcrte naOaV * — ^fterooon. tea muslcalA. T I hMB_ : * ' - 5.30-Junlor listener* and Wlnjlesi tan* Baroo. e— Thn*. Dinner -mards. . . : ? '. - 7— Time. Bon and Don, me tt*kihW nntfl*'1*i*raJ ' ' ? ' 8— Time, mast news buDeUn. : ? ? SjS-JoUt old-time dance piinuwsju. Pint put sponsored by Freserren*. . ? 9— Tune, rrbe Advertiser' second mwm, weather: Stock Sxcnange; vheat market; ' tat stock market. : ? ' ? ;i 9.15— Old-time dances continued. JO— r Time. The Advertiser' third seiKd. ^01 Tilntmrm* reauest nutnbecs. *UL9t-^**Cbe Advertiser** final news. 11— Time, asttopal

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