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BROADCASTING 5CL—411 Metres [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931

BROADCASTING 5O-4U Metre. 7.30 to &30— news and musical items. 11— D*ny Broadcast Service, conducted by the Bey. C. J5. *Tapp. 11 JO— Musical Item*. 11.30— Sbmecrafts. conducted by ''Econo- mist.- 1U5— Musical items. 13— Com- mercial. lXIS-tfem. 1230-Mueloa! items. list— Weatber and gmis npcrt. I— Statical items. 1.9— The second news net on. US— Musical Items. 1J» dee long race results. 2— dose down. During the afternoon a running descrip tion of the Craven Plate Will to braadesrt from Bandwick by iL At Ferry. 3— Gee- long race results. 3.2— Mrs. Hedley-Hlcnolla. 3.18 Baolo matinee, wltb violin solos try Katie Yoerger. 415— 'Ho Trump.' . A3&~ Qeelong race resulto. 430— Close down. . 5.90- OnDdren'e cession, conducted by 'IBss VflreleaB.' 6 JO— Sinner nftrslc.- 7 —Sporting, Stock Excbange, markets and new*, 7J5-5CL Bluebird Girls' Club. 7.35— Musical Items. 7.45— Boy Scouts* Comer. 8— 'Banjo' PaterEon, relayed from ZBI-. Sydney. 8-30— 'The Ancient Ma riner.' A feature...

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

MEN! DONT MISS THESE O| Job Clearances mdlLpi Sports Shirts or iWJOT^ Tennis Shirts for ml If § 1 5/11, WMe TTiey Last II Hii I I . 1 .\ Keen value In Men's .ffc. -#^ ^ 1 1 We&Bf I I t^^i Ml Tennis or Sports ? ? / | | 11 933 1 ? 1^^ *A1 Shirts, 20 doz. Odd- W / I I HV I . tm { ments, comprislEg r 1 I ? ? ^?O^Sffi &S \ Mllto m Self-strtped «*??' -»? -*- ||nSJ-'-il ' ^st /\» fjaa. -'? -\pa.ttemed. collar and El '^1K _— /« il*1 -«?J pocket. Stoes 14 to I6V2. Worth 5/11. [g^^^^r^.g^L^ylfjfr ^W WhUe they last. 2/11 each. Men's 17/6 Genome Vclonr \ V ' jbjk Felt Hats for 5/11 ^L^IyW While they last. I -sy^/ The bargain of a lifetime! Men's ^m t^ ^ S iQ / genuine Velour Felt Bats, popu- ^ / ? ? 1 ill / iar cut edge, snap brim shape, f'V / ? ? l/^A./ In Qrers, Fawns. Browns Sen m MM ? ? Vl^a * Sizes 8% to 7»/«. Worth 17/6. %^# -M. -?? IflA While they last, below cost '^B^ price. S/ll each. -|« '^^^^^?BavaM9i^EBBIBlliHHMHHflUMUL3UU^i^^^^P ai»M^^BW^I^k|SMBS^H^h^BwihBHS]BwaflBl...

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Bees Swarm In City: Aerial Pageant Preparations: Royal Photographers [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931

Bees S'Ooartn In City: Aerial Pageant Preparations: Royal Photographers BEES FOLLOWED THEIR QUEEN down Kinr WHiain sticet caiiy yesterda/ afternoon, and swarmed on P»U motor car in front of T. and O. Bafldinff^ *« expert enticed them into a bos. BIBS. HUGH DAVIS, who won the women's dob championship st Mount Osmond yesterday. PHYSICAL CULTURE will be demonstrated tonight, at the GleneUr Town HalL by members of the GJenelg Coaxregational Church club, in aid of local charities. At rehearsal. RESTRICTED PARKING AREAS, like this at Victoria-square, QIiis trate tbe dUBcnlty motorists experi ence during the day in ww^iny room in which to park withont breaking the law. LUNA PARK, GkneUr, Is beta* pre pared for the opening; season. SCENE from 'Hush Honey,' coming to the Regeni Saturday. Joan Bennett with Haxdie Albrhjht. PHOTOGRAPHS WERE HUNG yesterday at John Martin St CWs. RbimHh iUuiL in prepumtioa for ttaeopenfiv of the Kodak ~«**lrtHT-' by tne ijord Mayor (Sir. Gtovcr) this Tiwmfng. Th...

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

INEXPENSIVE WEDDING PRESENTS 'WendU hare a wonderful variety- at extremely moderate prices. Inspect bow oraeod for catalogae. *?/ 1? M HI* iB Jewmllwa and t ptfoten* ▼w m»t% MM M. 9 74 RUNPLE STREET, ADELAIDE, AH Woof ^^g^flHPIK^^^ Ad«Uld« BOSK IB^uob nr adbju^W^V HBIE STHET

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

[?] Combination Bedsteads 29/6 UBTALWOOP BEDBTEADS. beet quality 4-jrty wire. Can be folded up or erected In one minute. 2 ft. 6 In. wide. Worth 37/6. The Smith Emporium Price . 29/8. I 12 r i MONTHS' i FREE \: STORAGE ' The Smith 9at i -nlture fia- | portnm h»t I 10400 aq. ft. i available for the ; free storage -at i Furniture. Tb& 1 StoBerooni is ] clean, dry. and , well TentOattd i Note also that we are the ? -originators of the - FREE J PACKING : Easy Chairs for 59 6 X great selection Vsf many '4edsna In Moquette. Genoa, and Antique leather, flrstelaas atphol atery. Worth £4/19/6. Smith Emporium Price. -59/6. « PIN YOUR PATTH TO THE SMITH FURNITURE EMPORIUM This wonderful FomlUire Emporium provides mdqae Baying opportunities for those needing Furniture now or withta the next 12 months. Full advantage may be taken of the very Low Prices now ruling, as we store Furniture free of charge for 12 months. See any of the Emporium Salesmen for parttcwlara. BEDDING BARGAINS 2 ft 6...

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931

Matchless Values— ffi n^r\ Secondhand Players \ Instrument m * Guaranteed Pt^MOS Ot^JSMS ?— ?♦ ? 1' A REMARKABLE COLLECTION ? AND EVERY ONE A GENUINE BARGAIN! Every Instrument listed ^jjj^B9E^BH^HB£RH9^f to-day will give a life- ^^H^HI^^^H^^EbhI time service — some of i^HHs^^^^^^HJ^Hlil them are all but new, H|H^^^^^m and the others have ^4S^s^9sSbSS3^^^9bI been thoroughly recon- ?^SSj^^SSS^^SP-SSSSI ditioned by our experts, BB8^^^^^SjBS8SiBgijHj|W and are in perfect order. |s^^^^^^S|^^^Bj^&9|l You one specially incited H^^^^HHsv^^^^^IHsI to examine them and Ma^L^^He^^M^^BS^KaH hear them played, ^^^^^^SsMBBSBeEr Payment* rang* from 41- per week. ^^^^K ' PIANOS. Hoelling and Spangenberg- £40 Hapsbarg - - £42 Berger - - *45 Hoetling and Spangenber? £48 Schwechten - £48 Pfaffe - - £50 Lapp - £50 Homel ? - £50 Klein - £55 Strauss . - £55 Siewert - £57 10 0 Gon & Kallman £57 10 0 Wertheim ? *60 Stroud - - «6O Albert Fahr - £60 Mignon ? - £65 PUt VCR PI A/VOS. Faust - - £l...

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

SHELL RADIO PARTY Broadcast from 5 AD, Adelaide on Tkrsday, 8th October, 1931 FROM 8 PM. TILL 1L30 PJtt. I Programme 8 p.m. Good evening every 8.2 Fox Trot 8.8 Waltz (Modem). 8.14 Fox Trot » 8.20 Novelty Radio Item. 8.26 Barn Dance. 8.32 Competition. Number ? 8.37 Blues. 8.43 Fox Trot 8.49 Golf (by Clapham and' , Dwyer). 8.55 Schottische. 9.00 Listen in to today's news. 9.15 Fox Trot 9.21 'Through the Opera Glasses. 9.35 Fox Trot 9.41 Permit us to introduce Mr. G. Von BertoutL 9.44 Old Time Waltz. 9.49 Fox Trot , 9.55 Novelty Radio Item. 10.0 Latest Cable News. . 10.6 Supper wMi Masifr— Shell provides the music. 10.19 Turn oat the lights and listen. 10.34 Fox Trot 10.40 A Speed Test .? I. — 12 5 8 12 19 2. — 15 20 13 18 15 3.— 12 9 15 Number .... .. .. -* 10.45 Bam Dance. 10.51 Waltz (Modem). 10.54 Sing a song with us, 11.00 Slow Fox Trot 11.6 Motoring (by Harry Tatefc Co.). -£ 11.14 Fox Trot | 11.20 Waltz (Old Time). 4 C %\ 11.24 Jolly Mfller and AuW ,.- v^^ ?Lang Syne. . -r ;'£ 11...

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

Office Coctfs \\ will look matter, wear longer, if made of # /n//P\ Cesarine — the Wonder doth. 36m. ^.ff /ftV /I 1/11* a yard. 60 new shade.. Replaced _jMfe&?sf&3b / * if colour fade*. - ^^ ^^^^— r^/ ?

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Spent On War Service Homes £28,711,177 Canberra, October 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931

Spent On War Service Homes £28,711,177 Canberra, October 6. The total expenditure on war ser vice homes to July 31 was £28,7114.77. and of this the instalments due equal £11.648,411, with only £269347-*31 per cent.— outstanding, according to the /Mafotwrt Minister for Transport -Mr. ReceTptefrom the States an as fol lows: — New South Wales, £5,327,326; Vlctoria. £4.680,350; Queensland, £2jB39425; South Australia, £l£76.O94; Western Australia, SL443.646; Tas mania, £633,092; and Northern Terri tory, £813. In Victoria, 4JB98 homes have been completed and 3,770 purchased, and ta South Australia 3,228 completed and 1,536 purchased.

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Serial Story "THE SILENT SIX" CHAPTER I. FIGHT THAT MAN! [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931

Serial Story 'THE SILENT SIX' By GWYN EVANS CHAPTER I. . FIGHT THAT HAN! 'Say, Doc, I reckon you're plumb crazy!' PMneas T. Lee paused in the act of lighting a Caiixto Lopez cigar and regarded his tniest with a halfincredu lous smile, then turned for confirma tion to the other occupant of the Royal Suite of the Hotel Splendid*. 'What do you say, Jarvfe?' he de manded. 'It sounds all punk to me. Sir John Jarrie. whose pink, bene volent face was known in a million homes throughout the country, sipped his port delicately, then ejaculated the single word — 'Preposterous!' 'You said it. Jarvie,' exclaimed Phineas T. Lee, the American canning Sing, agreeing- for once with his quon dam rival, the millionaire manufacturer of Jarrie's Jams and Jellies. Dr. Armand Lenolr shrugged bis shoulders and laughed softly. 'On the contrary, my dear fellows,' he drawled, 'my suggestion is not only sensible and practical, but It offers' you the only chance of relief from the ntolerable boredom with which...

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The Woman's World Continued from Previous Page [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931

The Woman's World Continued from Previous Page BY REQUEST CARDED WOOL Mrs. E. Parker (Avon) wants to know where she can obtain carded wool Write to Mr. H. Jackson, c/o Messrs. Goldsbrough, Mort & Co., King WUUam street. Adelaide. PREPARING WOOL . 'Shearing Time' wants to know how to wash a fleece of wool for making a pillow and quilt, 'also U lamb's wool would be suitable for use? Make a lather of Lux and warm water and add two tablespoons of «-mnmr.ip Put the fleece Into the tub or copper whole. Just as It comes from the sheep's back, and squeeze It with the hands; change the water as it becomes greasy, but do not use water that Is too hot, or the wool will be dry and buttle when done. Bang the fleece over the line to i dry. Comb the wool by passing over a piece of board (which may be nailed down to a bench for convenience) with i projecting nails, like the teeth of a comb. With a little more trouble you may tease the wool by »'»*?-'£ a home-made carder. To do this shape tw...

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TO FILLET FISH [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931

XO FOXET FIBH 'BegtnnCT' (Maylaads) nsks how to fillet A fillet Is a thick slice -without (Us or bone. dean and scale fish, cut off flirts leave bead on. Wltb a very sbarp. knife, cut round the head of the fish, just under the gtll flu; continue to cut down along the backbone, then across the tall, and up the front, making an Incision all round. Do the same on the other side. Then tree the skin from the gill fin with the thumb, and draw the eU& quickly from head to tall OS the fish on both ?Met. *tt- fillet, place left hand firmly on tbe ?»*»? take a flat, sharp knife, and place It In the opening near the head. Slide the fcnire along the backbone towards the tall taking the flesh cleanly off the ui'Uv.ii. in one slice. Turn fish over *&d do the same to the other side. Pull out all small bones, and then you have two pieces of 'fish without skin or bone. Cut Into convenient-sized pieces.

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

DJlVIOEHDS Dividends reoommended by directors or finally approved . by ahare&Iden follow. C. denotes date* on which twister books close. P. dates on which payable:— AmBigHTnatwi Zinc, «t rate S per cent. P. Oct. 8. Amalgamated Wireless (A/sla), at rate ? per cent. P. Oct 9. Buckley & Musn, int.. at rate 7 ptr cent P. Oct. »; Ghee. Blrks, A pret., at rate 4 per cent. C. Oct. 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 7-4 per cent. P. Oct. 14. E & W. Hackett. pref, at rate 7 -aer cent. P. Oct. 9. 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. Yarra Falls. 214 per cent. C. Oct. 9. P. Oct. 22. r!AT.TJ» Deloralne Blocks. Id. F. Oct. 14. Empire Extended. U4d. P. Oct. 14. Hansel Mundy. Id. P. Oct. 14. Lake View O...

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Sydney Market Sydney, October 6 [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931

Sydney Market Sydney. October al Today's sales:— AmaliSoated Wlrele», buyer. 20/; do. (con.). 6eller. 16/: Austra lian Stocks, 4 par cent. (1938). £84 1T/B. £85 5/; 4 per cent (1941). £82 15/: 4 per cent. (1947). £81; 4 per cent. (1950), £78 2/6: 4 per cent. (1953), £78 15/; 4 per cent. (1955). £78 10/; 4 per cent. (1957). £77 17/8; 4 per cent. (1981), £78 10/; Commercial Bank of Australia. 15/4--4: Commercial of Sydney. £14 5/: National, 97/: New South Wales. £27 10/; Tooth's Brewery. 19/T-&. SO/; A. Harden, 8/9: Associated Newspapers, a/1. 3/2; do. (pref,), 8/; Australian Glass,' 27/6, Zl/Vik; British Tobacco. 26/10-4. 2eV-; Broken Hill Proprietary. 13/; Burns, PhDp. 34/: Clifford Love. 32/; Colonial Sugar. £38 2/6, £38 16/6. £38 IS/; Dunlc^Perdriau. 9/1; do. (pref.), 31/9; Tflectrio A^^ht and Power, 19/6; Electrolytio Sine (pref.), 20/, 19/11; Garret's -PK.), 8/; Goldsbrough, Mort, 24/6. 24/3. agfm. 3#i a*/*il: Henry Jones, 21/9; Hotel Sydney, S/; Iburl Bros, 15/' MinaQuf...

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Melbourne Market Melbourne, October 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931

Melbourne Market Melbourne. October «. Today's sales: — Cnmmor.iwealth Con solidated Stock, 4 per cent. (1938), £84 17/8. £85 l/STfiMTv. £84 17/J: 4 per cent. (1941). £82 IS/. £82 10/. £82 12/6; 4 per cent. (1944). £81 15/: 4 per cent. (1947). £80 5/: 4 per cent. (1950). £79 V: 4 per cent. (1951-53), £78 10/. £78 11/6; 4 per cent. (1951-57), £78; Commercial Bank (pref.). £6 15/; National, «8/: Goldsbrough. 25/. 24/7) Australian Glass, 27/9, 27/6; British Tobacco, 27/114, 27/3; Broken H1H Proprietary 13/; Dunlop, t/3; do. (pref.), 21/6; Electrolytic Zinc, 20/6, 20/; Nestles (pref.). 24/6. 24/3; Peters (Vic), 2/. 2/4: Broken Hill South, 37/. 3tV» 31/. 36/10%; do. (six weeks). 37/3. 3*/»; North Broken. 53/. 54/3; do. (month). 54/3; do. (six weeks). 54/3, 53/6; Sulphide Corporation, 8/6; Zinc Corporation, 2S/B. 23/3. 23/014: do. (six weeks), la/t. 23/6: Mount Lyell, 20/3; Tongkah Compound, 18/3; do. :slx weeks). 18/8. 18/3, ia/jF

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

S. C. WAR»4C0^ STOCK, SHARE, AND INVESTMENT BROKERS, 30, GrenfeD-tireet, Addaide, PM277.C

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POSTAL ARRANGEMENTS October 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931

[?] October 7. UNITED KINGDOM. EUROPE. CEYLON. EGYPT. INDIA. SINOAPORE.-Per .Mon golia (due London. November 7)— Par- cels, this day. 1 pjn.; newspapers and packets (via France), this day. 6 pjn.: newspapers (all-sea route), this day. 6 pjn.; letters and commercial papers, ' October 8. 10.30 ajn.; late fee. 12 noon. Supplementary, via Fremantle— Begis- tered tetters. October 8. 6 pjn.; letters and ~»»i»»'''Hal papers. October 9. 8 aon.: 830 »??' from railway. AUSTRALIA ? KARACHI - LONDON. EDBOPB.— Air mall closes 8 ajn, Octo ber 10. G.P.O, connects with Mongolia at Fremantle (due London. November 3). Ah- fees. Adelaide to Perth. 3d. per »,4 ob. plus ad. pit ty oz. KarachiLon don or Egypt. -& addition to ordinary postase. 4d. per %4 oa. f or Persia. Irak. Palestine. Commonwealth air man stamps may be used. Letters must be endorsed MAustral!a-Karachi-London Air MaH.' ^^^ ? ? fjATER ''ra TO THE UNTIED KING DOM (via Suez).— Jervls Bay. October 12 (due London. November 11); Orsov...

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ONKAPARINGA WOOLLEN COMPANY [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931

ONKAPAEINGA WOOLLEN COMPANY The resignation of Mr. J. K. Samuel as a director of the Onkaparinga Woollen Company has been accepted with regret.

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

NO MORE PUB How to End TenibW Agony Without Salves or Cstttng External treatments cannot perma nently end piles. Nor does cutting remove the cause. ? The cause is internal— bad circula tion of Che blood in the lower bowel The veins are flabby-^the bowel walls weak— the parts' almost dead. To an internal medicine must be used to heal and strengthen the affected parte. Dr. J. S. Leonhardt, a specialist, after years of study, discovered a veal in ternal pile remedy. He named Us prescription VACDLOED, and pre scribed it for 1,000 patients, with tbe marvellous record of success in S60 cases and then decided every pile sat ferer should be able to get VAErOLOID from then- own chemist. ?'. :: Don't waste time on external reme dies or think of the pain and expense of an operation until you ' nave, Janed VACULOID. Any good chemist Will supply you, and the mnlrers gnar&ntee money back if it does not end all pile misery.

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DO YOU KNOW? ANSWERS [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931

DO YOU KNOW? V ~ ANSWERS L From the Mardufe of Martinet colonel of infantry and a strict jfliB cipiinarian in. the reign ot Louis XIV. 2. A disciple- is simply a- follower, but apostle is .from a Greek word sig nifying deputy, and. literally means one sent or wwimmnr^ to pre&cnilhe GospeL ??' ? ?'?,? .????-i-'3r; ; S. About 430 miles nara**a6ttft$d ney. It is administered by a '?board of control in New South Wales. \ 4. A eort of Italian Saspatini ?aoly, instead * -of malting dopes of --.-a -losar and czarina, Cagliostro played on fee ureataesses of representatives of the French Court of Louis XVL His scan dalous -conduct did as much. 'to for^g about the French Revolution by throw ing discredit on the Royal tamHy as that of Rasputin did to precipitate -Hie in each ease three years fiapsed;be gained the confidence of the sovereigns concerned and the outbreak of tbe revolutions. 5. A fluid secreted from the Uood by the liver and required to 'aid in the process of digestion. - ...

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