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JAMESTOWN [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931
JAMESTOWN Goldsorough. Mort & Co.. Ltd.. report having held their usual monthly market at the above centre, when they submitted to a good attendance a fair yarding of all classes of sheep. From the outset the demand for ewes was very strong, and It was maintained throughout, lambs also meeting «fair demand. They quote: — Sheep. 1.504 yarded and 796 sold; ; 6 wethers, in wool, klllable. 13/3: 2, Mn able wethers, 13/: 12 fat lambs. 11/3; 28 sham wether, lambs, fat. 9/4: 1 ewe. 6/6: 52 ewes, shorn to SJL. 12/2; 43 wether lambs, in wool. 8/; 6 lambs, small. 8/; 170 wether hopsets. fair frames, .store condi tion, 8/3; 116 wethers, in wool. 15/; 188 ewes. 4 years, shorn, now lambing. 14/: 15 owes, in wool. 15/: 74 ewes. 2 and 4 tooth, in wool, witti few Iambs given In. 9/: 4 rams. 10/. f«»''t W. H. Bobln 6on. Oak H1U. Oanowie Belt, 5 rams, at 2'i guineas: and 2 rams at £1 10/: 33 cait for age ewes. 8/. CaWe^-10 offered and 2 sold: 1 wringer, *U 10/: aged cow. £4. -Pigs.— 7 yarded ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931
I must qo out Often will duty make its demands «*» when one would be better at home! «/ / If you've a touch of BRONCHITIS, V.y* take early precaution — a dose Y»f ^ y BONNINGTON'S IRISH MOSS, *'/'' ,y- swallowed slowly, covers the mem- ^le*s-- branea as 'twere with a soothing pro- ^^~7y\ tective film. It's the chest sufferer's '^^^j\ friend, guards against INFLUENZA, «|j||^| stops coughing, makes easy the ^/Iffi sy BREATHING, is a protection against *3^fe Wi outdoor expocnre. --^3r y ^^ IMITATIONS: ^5 / ^Q^|^ See that yon get ^mf BONNINCTONS fir Coughs- ||Ofg Colds Bonnington's Jobes— Irish Moss in a ? handy form; should be carried- in die pocket for that worrying smoker's throat. 1/6 tin. pjemos ^^^^_ Clorious Health and JBSHHj^^^ Sweet Content B^^^^I^Bb PhoaphaMne Pood makes Baby chubby aH^I*K«&J^aBaBaBaBl *&* bealthy. It to a wholesome, easily flHEaH&an^^^^^H assimilated food which gives strength to ^H^|^£-^S^aBaBaBaT tbe body, makes Sim flesh, sturdy bone...
PALMER [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931
PALMER Hlder, Smith & Co. Limited, report hav ing iiold fib&ti* usual monthly market at the above centre on Thursday, October 1. Sheep 606 yarded. 58S sold. The yarding comprised fat and kulBble sheep through out, with a good proportion of spring lambs. A large attendance of local and Adelaide buyers * attended, and although bidding was dull a satisfactory clearance was effected. Good quality wethers were the most difficult to dispose of. Sheep — 22 lambs, fat suckers, 11/5; 12 Iambs, fat, shorn. 10/10; 14 ewes, klllable, shorn. 10/; 14 wethers, ktuable. shorn. 10/: 37 lambs, suckers. 10/: 46 wethers, shorn, kffiable, 9/10; 16 ewes aged, klllable. 9/9; 88 lambs, trade order, 9/5; 21 lambs, klllable, 9/4; 12 ewes, fat, shorn. 9/1; 16 Iambs, klllable. 8/11: 11 lambs, small suckers, 8/7; 34 hoggets, forward order. 8/7: 37 lambs, seconds, forward order, 8/7; 34 lambs, kill able, 8/6: 36 ewes, shorn, klllable. 8/: 31 Iambs, suckers. 8/: 11 ewes. aged, .klllable, 7/9; 13 l...
JAMESTOWN [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931
JAMESTOWN Ktdor. Smith & Co- Limited, report hav ing held their usual monthly market at the above centre an Thursday, October 1. Sheep. 5.869 yarded. 2342 sold. Cattle, S yarded, 3 sold. A big yardUk of sheep was submitted to the average attendance of farmers and the Hade, and a fair enquiry existed for both fate and stores at late rates. There was a sood *—™- for all classes of ewes. Sheep.— 191 wethers, ltt years, pirime, shorn, 12/6; 129 ewes. 1-,& yean, small, shorn, 13/9; 15 wethers. 2 to 3 yeans, in the wool, unable. 13/6: 1.350 weitaerm, US years, fat to prime- condition, shorn. 11/C; 12 lambs, fat. 10/9: 325 wethers. Hi yean, evils of above, small. 10/3: 193 mixed sex Iambs, 6hom, 9/1: 18 wethers. 1 year. fat. in the wool. 17/5. dx
BURRA SPECIAL SHEEP SALE [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931
BDBSA SPBCIAX. SHEEP BALK. Elder. Smith As Co.. Limited, report hav ing held a special sheep sale at the above centre on Friday, October 2. Sheep, 2,700 yarded and sold. A magnificent line of Wk year ewes was offered on account of the Mutooroo Pastoral Company. Ltd., to an exceptionally large number of buyers. The ewes were well grown and in splendid condition, and competition was very kaen. The prices realised were very satisfactory. Quotations — 100 ewes, 1% yean, exception ally well grown, splendid condition. 21/3: 2,246 ewes. 1-,4 years, exceptionally well crown, salendid condition. 20/; 354 ewes. H'x years, seconds. 17/. dx
RAID ON TWO-UP SCHOOL Police Watch Men With Binoculars [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931
RAID ON TWO-UP SCHOOL Police Watch Men With Binoculars ? As a sequel to a raid made by police officers on a two-up school at Port Adelaide on September 25. «six men were charged in the Local Police Court yes terday with having been present at the playing of an unlawful game in an al lotment of land near Corporation Wharf. The men were William Henry smith, of Port Adelaide, Alfred James, of Semaphore, William Jennings, of Queenstown, George Patrick McDonald, of Portland, and William Brownlow and Ernest Blain, both of Glanvilte. AU, with the exception of Smith, pleaded guilty. Inspector Noblet said that on the day in question, Plainclothes Constable P. Reidy and W. Sutherland watched tbe 'school' near Corporation Wharf from the other side of the Port River with the aid of binoculars. Later he took over the vigil while the two constables returned to the Fort Adelaide police station to make up a raiding party. When the party arrived in the vicinity of Corporation Wharf , the men from th...
SPORTS AT MINDAIRIE [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931
SPORTS AT MINDAB1E Ideal weather conditions attracted a large crowd to the Mlndarie sporte. Results: — Horse over hurdles, M. Halliday, Mc Carm. Men's hack, K. Pope. Sheffield Handicap. H. Medlow. P. Lower. 440 yards handicap. W. Pagelst. Q. E. Schwerdt. 100 yards maiden race. B. Pope, J. Ridge. Tnre&tl-the-needje race, Mlas Schwerdt. Cotton winding. Mrs. PuHston. Mrs. Stctt. Boys' tyre race. Boss and Lea Teakle. Lemon race on horseback. 3. McCann and J. Mc Cabe. High Jump. G. H. Lower. K. 6hep perd. Greasy Pig Tace, Q. B. Bchwerdt. kicking the football. G. H. Lower. Bowling at the stump. G. E. Lower. Old buffers' race. S Ells. J. W. Mann. Tug-of-war, Naddai team. G. Schwerdt captain. Nail drlvlng, Mrs. Stratheam. A concert was held in the institute In the evening, those contributing items were Mrs. Coumbe, Mrs. Gluyas, Miss E. Graham, Mr. Watson. Mr. Wotton. Mr. Morris. Miss mils. A dance followed. The Mlndade Melody Makers supplied the music. A fox trot competi tion -was w...
PET SHOW AT MONASH [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931
PET SHOW AT MONASH At the Monasta. School a childrens* pet snow and Paddy's market were held. The weather was unfavorable, but the pro gramme was carried out almost as planned. Displays of rhythm by the upper elr:s and inXant games by the younger kiddies at tracted a tot ol interest. The weight of n etiwn IRR 1V- V nresentpd bv Mr Frane kom, of Lyrup was guessed by Mr. T. Gainsborough. This was further presented by Mr. Gainsborough arid' sold by auction, Mr. Teasdale being the successful bidder. Miss Belnfce cent a doll for competition. Mr. T. Gtlgg guessed the name of the doll. 'Willy.' and so became the owner. Prizes for the pets were awarded to Avllda Johanson (ring-necK parrots), Vernon Hal lam (four bantams). Keith. Sando (calf). Adelaide CCaUaghan (dog), Victor Horvat (pair white rabbits), Bon. and Frank Teas, dale (Persian cat). Barbara Worman (special prize for white Angora rabbits). Hart; Worman (special prize for feiue Chinchilla rabbits). Messrs. McOlasson and Paul, from ...
Rain in W.A. Country Districts Perth. October 6 [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931
Rain in W.A. Country Diabiets . Perth. October & Bain continued to be light up to1 9 aan. today.. Country reports disclosed much better returns over a large- part of the agricultural areas, where many of the falls were the best since the early part of last month; ?' ? .. light showers reached northward ' to Carnarvon and fr»*»™* to parts -ot the Murchlson and the South. Coolgardie goldfields. The best agricultural -falls, up to half aa inch, -occurred over the northern *»»w of (one **flfHp:nr| Bailvay countiy. -- . »
TELEGRAMS FROM MANAGERS [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931
TELEGRAMS FBOM MANAGERS Empire Extended Oold Mines, N.L.— Re- ceived from Mr. J. Semmens Allen, Perth. October 6 — 'Tremayne mill crushed 10 tons for 19 OS. Sands value, 3 dwt.: concen trates, 12 dwt. ? per ton. Results highly satisfactory. Continuance of crushing with Tremajme mill under our boiler pressure Is disastrous. Now concentrating on com pletion Installation of the five-head bat tery.'
MINE OUTPUTS [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931
MINE OUTPUTS Broken Hffi south, Limited.— For four weeks ended October 3. — Ore treatment — Crude ore treated. 28220 tons, assaying 16 p.c. lead, 7.5 oz. silver. 13.4 p.c, zinc Lead cones, produced, 5,692 tons, assaying 75.2 p.c. lead. 332 OB. silver, 4 p.c. elnc. Zinc cones, produced. 6.110 tons, assaying 1.8 px. lead. 1.6 ob. silver. 522 p.c. zinc Dispatches— Lead concentrates, 5.841 tons (net); zinc concentrates. 6,040 tons (net).
MANAGER'S REPORTS [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931
Broken Hm South. Limited, for week ended October 3.— Mining— North drive. 425 ft level, sec E2c, driven 3 to 7 ft. Face in schist South drive. 425 ft. level, sec 1Mb. driven 5-£ to 5U ft. Face la schist. West xcut, 1.370 ft level, sec Lib. ex tended 32 to 48 ft. No. 7 shaft, sunk 16 ft. Bottom is now 63ft ft. below the 1,470 Klrkeei£*s Treasure Go'.d Syndicate. Nl, on the company's holding, dated October 3. — 'Drove xcut at bottom of winze, main shaft, a further 9 ft., making xeut now out south 30 ft., showing no values. Have now stopped operations In this xcut. Sunk new western shaft a further 13 It., making total depth from surface 78 ft. Timbered up brace a further 6 ft., making total brace timbered 14 ft. from bottom of open cut. This new shaft Is still in good values. Have 2 ft. of lode on north side, and still leaving lode on the north as we are sink ing. The lode in this shaft Is going down much more vertical than the lode in the main shaft. This makes me feel more con fident...
KAPUNDA MARKET [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931
KAPUNDA lUBKBF Elder, Smith ft Co. Limited, report hav ing held their usual monthly market at the above centre on Thursday. October 1. Sheep. 1.723 yarded, 1.522 sold. Cattle. 6 yarded and sold. Pigs, 67 penned and sold. Calves. 10 penned and sold. A good yard ing of eheep came to hand, and net with keen competition from a large attendance of buyers. Including representation from the north and north-east. Values through out were very satisfactory, and a good clearance was effected. A good penning of pigs met with brisk competition at better prices. Cattle and calves sold well at late rates. Sheep— 299 ewes, V& years, Anlaby, from stud. 19/2; 10 ewes, 2 years, good order, 13/7; 39 ewes. Hi years, crossbreds. a/9; IS Iambs, good suckers, 13/; 351 wethers. 3 years, fat, 12/4: 12 lambs, cross bred, good suckers. 12/; 70 wethers. 2 years, good lorward order, 12/; 22 wethers. 2 years, fat. 11/6; 00 ewes, l',t years, Anlaby flock, 11/6; 22 wethers, fat. 11/4; 40 ewes. lVft years, w...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931
AUCTIONS | M. pet Una i*r uuotba] f A BSTsUCT OF SALES BY AU0TIO5 lor Tms day. Pegs* * Henr.—A^ Salutary, «t II— Grand Piano. Fmiltozc^' Fam Inptemeuts; &c 9. B. Hall ft Co.— Baby Produce, Poultrj, p^ Bitten * Co. (in conjunction' with r. W. Bol lock * Co.).— At the Wool Exchange, ai »-30-=-House and land Pluyeilj. ». W. Bollock ft Co.— At the Wool Etching*, at 2.S0 — Home and Lasd Property. ». Hitthemnan. — A: the iw salerooms, at 10 — FmnJtme. Motor Accessories, fee. TODAY, AT 2.30 PJL AT THE WOOL EXCHAWB5. Pader fcistrnctions from Cheney's (Australia), l*td. TXTBSSXVE PREMISES IK FJUSKUB STKEET. Koa. 118-120, comer of Tatham-atreet. OHELTEKHAM-fiOAD, WOODVUZK (opposite Holden's). ' Oaounodtaaa -6.L Bondings. iriUi large Block of Land. Anctioneen In conjunction— MATTERS & CO, 12, WAYUOUTH-STHEET, F. W. BULLOCK & CO.. OTT CHAHBEBS, PIBIE-STREET. TODAY. AT 2.30 PJL AT THE WOOL EXCHANGE. _ ?ST. TTTXEN-S.' PROSPECT. Vx Saridmoe of the late Mr. F. W. Bollock, vi...
OUR COUNTRY SECTION PRODUCERS INFORMAHON SERVICE [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931
I OUR COUNTRY SECTION I PRODUCERS' INFORMATION SERVICE By 'GBEENACKE' T-BODUCERS who are puzzled by problems can get advice through *? 'The Advertiser' Producers' Information Servii^. Answers will ^ appear in this column every Wednesday. Write to 'Greenacre.' KEEPINC DAIBT BDTTEB 'Acxlbus,' Macclesfleld. writes: — Coald yon get me a recipe for keeping butter. My butter Is getting a rank flavor, due, no donbt, to the feed at tills time at tile year. Is there any preservative for keeping It the eante as factor? butter? AH our uten sils are steamed, and only clean rainwater used for washing the butter; but 6t'Jl It baa a strong flavor. Is tnere anything you can put to. It to keep It? The Chief Dairy Instructor (Mr. H. B. Barlow) amjB that If toe rank flavor re ferred to Is present In liie fresh cream. and does not develop with age, probably the feed, may be the cause. On the other -tmTirt_ jj t**t» rankneas develops as the cream matures, or gets worse when the butter Is kept, the Indic...