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LOCAL WHEAT STEADY Farmers' Lots Still 2/3 [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931

LOCAL WHEAT STEAPY Farmers' Lots Stfll 2/3 - Frtvate cable advices received yesterday gave the English wheat market on Mon day as eibenlng steady, but dosing quieter. Seller* In some Instances asked 3d. to fid: ouartw advance owing to the exchanw position, out DuyCTE were muuieieiii. w only eate mentioned, was a parcel of 129 tons to be loaded by the Huddet at South, Anstzalla. the price being %*/ i|uarter c-Lf. Western Aijstjtfllaa -wljeat. aocord Ing to one. report, was »o»; qmrted. Wver^ pool stockk were esUmateC ttJrgWJSBJ bushele. a rise on the week of 22T.2U i5^?e^ool futures deelined ' ttd. jto M cental ^or October, Vfi. t» 4/M4 for De cember. %d. to 4/8%ToV *RB«h. and %£ to VUM for May. After t^etas^Chl. cago for December declined fed. bushel, and Winnipeg 7-16d. The Liverpool mar ket was fluctuating with exchange and dosed quieter. Chicago options eased ?-16d. to 1AO% bushel for pecember, 7-iad, to 1/U»4 for March, and 9-16d- to 2/0% for May. July was Quoted for the first *...

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
RETAIL DAIRY PRICES [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931

RETAIL DAIBT FBE0S The BetaU Grocers* Association of South Australia reports that the re tail selling prices aze: — im?*X-~'Cllolcest ft'*'!* 1/B% to l^-J?4 ?8«|wl «ra*e factory. ifV/, to l/5«,fc. Eggs range from 8d. to 1/S. ral& vlH ra*en'- V to VU b« Cheeee.-J*ew. lid. Ib.; matured, 1/4 to 1/8. Onkms.— Brown. Id. Ib.: 6 Ib. for od. . Potatoes.— 7 ib. for 8d. WHEAT. FEED GRAINS. AND PBOPTJCE - Wheat^Herchants* buying Umlte f or growers' lote. f juq.. trucks; R-rt Ade laide or chief shipping outports, 2/3 bushel. hour.— Far leading city brands, ma ters* quotations up to CT tan, less 5/ for cash. MUl Offal fctty aet prtoes).— Bran, up to £3 U/ per ton. trucks, mill door, for ton lots. Pollard, up to £4 10/. bucks. mIE dogr. for too, lots. ' Barley.— Old crop. No. 1. tifuwttmny about 2/2: second grsde. about 1/11 per bushel Port Adelaide, for growers'' lots. Oats.— Old oop, good feed Algerian, nominally about 1/6 per bushel. Port Adelaide, for growers' lota. Hay (cutters' buyi...

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

Shipping Notes and Notices ORIENT LINE ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS TO LONDON, VIA COLOMBO. SUEZ. PORT SAID. vtPl.ES, TOULON', GIBRALTAR, and PLYMOUTH. Steamn. Ton£. Commander. Sftils. ?OBS0VA 12,041 G. G. Thome Oct. IS OEONTES 20.000 F. B. O'SuUenn Nor. IS OTRASTO iO.OOO H. G. Staonton Nor. 245 QRFORD 80.000 A. L. Owens ? Dee. 10 Tourist Bteuner. One Olu only. FAKES — ADELAIDE TO LONDON. PTB6T SALOON — Single, trom £»«. Return, tram £168. THIRD OLASS— Single, Iron. £38. Betnm, from £68. ONE GLASS OVLT. TOUEIST STEAilBBS. KJtS. OES0VA, leaving Sydney on October 10th. will Inugnnte this new ecrrice. All the former nretjdam accommodation, indnding decks and pnblic roomi. will be aviEable to Tourist tmveUen. All the comfort and attention cfaarac teriitle of Orient Line steamers will be provided in tte One Clan Vessels. lares to London range bom £39 Single and from £70 Ketum. »n tarn subject to exchange, which may be ascertained on enquiry. M. G. ASDERSOV ft CO^ Agent*. 8, King OTUIam-stnet, Tei...

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AUSTRALIA'S OVERSEA TRADE [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931

ATJSTBAIU'S OTBBSSA TK&DE ncorea lelatlaB to tiie oversas trade of Auawalla for August and tbe first two months of tile current fiscal year, have already apnakred in 'Tbe Advertiser. v The folSwtnK tablee ^hew tbe movements for each State Tor tbe longer ?-- period, tbe figure* for tbe. eormponcUng months last year are given Cor cnmpnrifioni — wkttniaa staxs 1930-31. 1931-32. £ £ New Sooth Wales .. 6J12£-7 J-l'-0** Victoria ? 4JB68\523 2,487,605 QueeniUnd ? L296.050 644.M5 Sootta Australia .. .. 912^83 36LO5T West Australia .. .. TOl^B 2833*1 Tasmania ? 131,668 S2.4S9 Northern Territory .. 5,981 239B Grand total Clnclndlng KXFQBT3NQ STATOS AnsHmllan Curnner Values New South Wales .. 3.638.873 3.046,079 Victoria ? 2,729.809 3282.478 Queensland ? 2382276 3$53.2«5 South Australia .. .. 1,391,131 1.0S8.7T3 West Australia .. ., 1,926.590 1.097.681 Tasmania ? 128,793 144,467 Northern TRtttoir .. 9.663 1,401 12.407.132 11.714.184 AastrallarL jsodace 12,062,850 11,355.159 Other prodn...

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HALL & CO'S PRODUCE REPORT [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931

HALL & CO.'S PRODUCE REPORT A. B. Hall & Co., Ltd., reported on Tues day, October 6, as follows:— Butter— More aprliigUke weather conditions are bringing alpns; lrjcreeeed supplies of cream and but ter production is therefore showing con tinued expansion. A satisfactory feature is the continued favorable market in Lon don, and with the benefit of enhanowl exchange which for the present is holding steady, butter market this week firmed a further halfpenny per pound. Choice fac tory and creamery. In bulk, 1/3*4 (sub ject to stabilisation levy): 'Strath Spe cial' and 'Halloo' prints, with delivery, extra. prime Quality separators. 1/1 to 1/3; good store and collectors' lines, ll%d to l/0ii..Eggs^Values -remain unchanged; heavy quantities arriving, ordinary con slgninentB of ^*^mhlry hen being paid for at Sd. per dozen net. duck 6d., with higher rates lor guaranteed and Infertile lines. Cheese, in sympathy with butter values, has advanced. Prime new makes, 8\'4&....

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Melbourne Quotations Melbourne, October 6 [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931

Melbourne Onotations Me1 bourne. October. 6 1 Wheat. — Steady, 3/t--£, Melbourne basis: 2/8 ex suburban rtores. F!our.— Steady. £6 10/. Bran and Po£ard.-*Ciood de manfj. £4 E-. Osts. — Qiilet. ratTUnr steady. 2/. J/l: feed. dull. 1/6. 1/7. Bsrley — Q'jlet. EngTI.'h. 2/6. 2/7; Capt. 1-10. 111 Maise— Slew. 3.'. 3/1. Chaff. -^-Flrcn. £3. !?/e, £3 IS/ Ptjra'oes.— Sa?!er, weak. £4 If/. £8 Or^rtr.5— Weak. £2 S.'. £3 But t.?t.~ *Sl?*\dj. T/41*.. Cheese. — Quiet, steady W.. E'yi. Ehs^-— Easier. M ; OTtraslona'-lv 1!4. Juto. — ^5t-?nd7. good d-?mscd.

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Sydney Quotations Sydney, October 6 [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931

Sydney ^rwtations Sydney, T3c^ober 6 ? Strawj — -Tasmarilnn -??rr!clc-TiTe^«ed. nomi nally £4 10'; Victorian. S4. Vletor'.sn oatep hay. £6 per tor. River mat?e. to 3/3. TawnwlPn Oato — Nomlnsl quotations. AJgeripn. 2/6; white, 2/6 to 2/9 per bushel. Peas— Tasmaatap. ex store, blue. S/8: grey 8/ per bushel, potatoes— T^?manlan Brow neris, to £11: Arran Ghiefs and Upto dates £9: Snowflakes, £8 10/: Victorian varieties, to £7 10/. Onions— Victoria^, £S 10/ to £6. - Tasmanlan swedes, to £4. Carrots, £18. ? Parsnips £6 per ton. Honey (board prices, wholesale only) — 3-hlve, 4d-; 2-blve. 3?id.; 1-hlve. 3MA-: unblended, '4--&d. per Ib.; retail bust ness by beekeepers Ib to be done at- %d. ' per. above ttoese rates. Eggs (board prices)— New-laid hen, 1/: medium. 9d.; pullet, 8d-; case, lOd.; duck, first' grade lid., second grade Sd.: other prices, northern livers, e'uth coast, and railway consignments, Sd. per dozen. Wheat— Quiet; bulk, nominally 2/644. Syd ney basis: growers' bagge...

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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YESTERDAY'S STOCK EXCHANGE BUSINESS [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931

YESTERDAY'S STOCK EXCHANGE BUSINESS Sales, together w:th market* to 505 PJO. for Stocks and Shares llstpd on the Stock Exchange of Adelaide ? are shown below In Commonwealth Loans, tbe half-yearly rer'oS? msnt'oied refer to due dates of Interest payments. Quotations In paren theses r^liite to previous sales:— COMMONWEALTH LOANS 31?£7§O m7 Mar 15'Sept- ' (£74)' B 4 p.c' 1S38. June 15-Dec. 15 (£85 2/6), B. £S4 17/6, S. £85 2/6. sales £85. £85 2/O. £85. . 4 rve.. 1941, May 15-Nov. 15 (£82 15/). S. 4 p«.. M&4 Apr. 15-Oot. 15 (£81 15/). B. £»1 Ijytf S. £82 5A 4 PC. 1847. Mar. 15-Sept. 15 (£79). B. £80, a £81, 4 PC. 1850. Feb. 15-Aug. 15 (£79), B. £79, S. £80. 4 p.c. 1953. Jan. 15-July IS (£T8 10/). B. £78 10/. S. £79 10/. 4 px.. 1955. June IS-Dec 15 (£78 10/), B. £78 10/. S. £79 10/. 4 pjc. 1957. May 15-Nov. 15 (£78 2/6). 3. £78 15/. S £79 10/; sales £79. 4 p.c, 1959. Apr. 15-Oct. 15 (£78 2/6), B. £78 5/. S. £79 a/. 4 p.c, 1961, Mar. 15-Sept. 15 (£77 10/), B. £78. S. £79 15/. TAX...

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BARRIERS ACTIVE In a Fluctuating Market [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931

? BARRIERS ACTIVE In ? fluctuating Market The chief attention of operators on the Stock Exchange of Adelaide yesterday was again centred upon the Barrier division, in which moderately free turnover1 was effected. in response to the arming* in metal prices, the chief stocks opened at further enhanced rates, but profittak ing, and receipt of lower Inter-State quo tations, caused a setback at nr.Mrt«y How ever, a somewhat steadier trend was ap parent before the. dose. Copper awl tin companies' shares were inactlte, but lair business was put through In some of the gold mining Issues. Firm rates wen main tained for most of tbe Commonwealth consolidated stocks, which, together with other investments, provided light trading only. T ? ' The following table shows how yester day's dosing cash sales compared with preceding ones: — Rises Commonwealth 4 per cent, 1957 .. .. 17/8 Goldsbrough, Mort .. .. .. .. „ „ 3d S.A. Gas ? .. ad. Cresco Fertilisers, ord .. .. .. '.. .. 1/ Dunlop-Perdrlau. ord...

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SHARE MARKET OPERATIONS METAL PRICES [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931

SHARE MARKET OPERATIONS MEXAL PRICES The following are the latest middle Prices of metals on the London markets: ^-Copper (standard, spot) £34 13/9, (for ward) £35 13/9; (best selected), £33 2/6; (electrolytic, spot) £41, (forward) £42. Lead (spot) £13 5/. (forward) £13 7/6. Spelter (spot) £12, (forward) £12 12/6. Tin (spot) £125 17/8, (forward) £130 8/8. Sliver (standard, spot) l/5».i. (forward) Y2, 7, T A* -flne- epoti 1/e'4' Wo™*'*) 1/S 13-16. Apart from the easing of 65/ In best selected copper, ?movements were all favorable. Standard copper, spot and forward. Improved 47,6; electrolytic spot 30/, forward 40/; lead, spot «/. forward 7/6: spelter, spot and forward. W. tin. spot 7V. forward 90/; standard silver, spot and forward, 1/0 5-16: and fine, spot and forward, I/O 7-16d.

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
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FARMERS' UNION REPORT BUTTER MARKET ADVANCED CHEESE STEADY EGGS FIRM [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931

FARMERS' UNION REPORT BTJTTBS MABKET ADVANCED CBSBSE STEADT BOOS FTJ3M The BA Faiiuea' Co-operative Union, Ltd. (dairy produce department) report under date October 6 as follows:— Butter — Although tbe price of butter has ad vanced -4d. Ib. In Sydney. Melbourne, and in Adelaide today, the London position Is not quite so arm. and Is at the mo ment Inactive so far as the future is con cerned. Buyers are operating very cau tiously, and are not so anxious to secure supplies. A little more rain through out the dairying districts of South Aus tralia would be appreciated, as the nor thern factories report that the grass Is drying up rapidly, and as a consequence production Is Ilkelv to receive «, check. However, the south-eastern factories re port Increased supplies, and any falling off in the north will easily be made up by the Increases In the south for the next few weeks. Farmers' Union butter Is selling satisfactorily on the local market, and choicest quality is now selling at 1/3*4 In...

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

I 17 Funders Street-Adelaide 1 ? R3Q2JC DAIRY FARMERS AND COWKEEPERS, Consign Your CREAM AMSCOL 298, Carrington-street, Adelaide. . ? pp ?BV^ff§^RV THE ?K55ss5K£^^ HIGH ^^ JjffM model rD.n_ AT A REASONABLE PRICE TOY A DIABOLO AT OQB EXPENSE FOR SO DATS. OU- SEPARATORS TAKEN IN AS PAST PAYMENT. ?AST TEEMS TO SUIT THB TIMES. Diabdo Separator Co., Ltd., PHOSE a 1M. ADELAIDE.

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

It's suicide to linger any longer. Egg prices are at tbelr lowest, and the daysol dear eggs are drawing nearer. Take heed of this warning — lose not another minute— WyourEccs HOW How's this for simplicity! 'Just mix water and Ovo In a kerosene tin and drop eggs In as you wish— a few each day If you like. The speediest and cleanest method available. Be hind -Ovo' stands a 39 years' record — a guarantee of reliability and quality. OBDEB NOW! S.A. Agents: i .HENRY BERB.Y & CO., PTY., LTD.. ! . Franklin-street, Adelaide. Prizewinner Pays a Tribute 'I exhibited a Victoria Sand wich In the Royal Agri cultural Show IMelb.) for which I was awarded Fust Prize. The eggs I used In same were . preserved In 'Ovo1 12 months ago.' (Name and ad dress on appli cation). ?aao _.

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

[?] |s.HIHBBH.HIHIHIIBIIHBIMH I 5/11 Pure Silk Hose fm /'? ~H I Splendid ouallty Pure SDk Hose, -with ^J f ^H ^H I blending or Invisible Rayon. Fashioned ^^ f ^M .^m I to lit Strong Lisle welts. TfeuaUy 5/11 ^Ml ^B ^B I pair: Anniversary Sale, 2/11 pair. . Mssl^* .Jsm.JsssS. I GROUND FLOOR ? AT MYER-S E^TCHIH3gIf^rH^i9 . BH8HHH||^H||^H| Exclusive to Myer's! The famous ^^^H^^^^^^HB^H cn^^v^oS -™- -™^ ??— ? BW^slBR'^^te^^^'^Blll P&ny your Spring Frocks! Deft trimmings of two l^iPMP*^ : . -ifwil^K???-. :. ?* ^?H tone ribbon band's and bows— and the brim worn tipped ??W^vi'''l«^tf}-:: ? vr^M and. tilted on. one eide hi a most alluring manner. : ??I^S'.vN-'^;^^:::%?^sjS:^^.4--i:v:..;^- '1 Brown, Navy, Beige, Bottle, Almond, and Harvest. 19/11 HP«;' -?'?'?r-.^W^^^&t^i^-'^'S'''^' value: Anniversary Sale at Myer's. 14/11. ^^^?:^^MM:^mW^ 1*/H Ready-to-Wear. Straws - 7/11 JjtiJ SjS- ? ' C- ?;-;*--??' -S~,$&: S:l ''?£*??? ??^::-. ,* . 300 Smart Ready-to-wear Hats, ln^ll...

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Monetary and Commercial BUSINESS POLICY Safety Or Dividends [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931

Monetary and Commercial BUSINESS POLICY Safety Or Dividends By fl^ €»y Bdttor Tiyp propent finftiicUl ?nd* eoonotoit atnai h&4 iiAnlttodly fftrffrtfor-f-rf numy 4Sftculttes-4Sl9- problems far solution, tjy oc those .^mi-itoti oos, each as banks, trotee cnjnjpamB, insurance coam«nles fltMl MO OZ^pbO SJ% ^qpriting fruity Jjq ^lirllT tO fltt&fif DfiOblA. -*'-** »tin am tggi5c3 Irw^tfraSt 55igrtStt to nap aw* ntoua Sy wv ofdHWenda tp their shareholders, and at the same tine adequately to protect tbe interests of those people for -whom they are act iog as trustee. It is a harassing time for directors and executives on whom falls the re qvycihin^y of settling and directing the policies of their respective busi ng yB'i Prbbably at no tinie during the PMt thirty-nine yews, including even the war period, has there been more oooMtan fir «rions thought ant} con «*fl*yyHn« ^Cbe tennpt&ttaD to s*tcrifioe jaUety for profit Js ooostanUy recurring and requires considerable s...

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MONTREAL EXCHANGE MONTREAL October 5 [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931

HOmSIUL BXCHANCS MQMTRE4L. October &. Uontresl exeb«n» «bs quoted today at 4 Sonars 38 cents' to pound.

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LONDON WHEAT MARKET Cargoes Steady But Buyers Reserved LONDON October 5 [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931

LONDON WHEAT MARKET Cwrgoea Steady, Bat Bayers Reserved UIKDON, October 5. Ousoes were ctMdr today at late rates, bw^o^nThSd alool. Farce}! were flnwr and HaSfer «o buy awinySTbeteer «i» axchanae. AustraHans Aid flW ?bare iVtd'Sen^aSSa\ ^/.%^ cSSl December */5%. March 4/8K. wd Mn «/io%.

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CHICAGO WHEAT CHICAGO October 5 [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931

chicaoo wasAS CHWMtO. Qetobar s. paqtmber wheat onttona are oo«W « 45c«rtB per bushel. Marea 47^ centa. «V 49 ecata. and July 48^ cents.

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RUBBER STOCKS LONDON, October 5 [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931

BD9BI3( STOCKS ucaaooK. October S, Bobber stocks in Umdon are estJjnated at 1*246 tons, ena at IJserpool at 54,677 ton*.

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DOLLAR EXCHANGE [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931

VGmjM. EXCHANGE Tbe Associated Bank? received »«!*? «Toi Tuesday, dated London. October S/Birtng the buytns elgnt exohaose, New To* en London, rt 3 dollars SO cento to taw Bound. The rate on October 3 was «5wEnT» cents. ?

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