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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931
TODAY -TOMORROW Yesterday does not matter any more, but what you do today may make at mar tomorrow. It i- of do use repining about what should nave been jooe— tt Is wtiat lies to oqr **VWV now that really gnimt-t To aa extent orinteniplaUon of yesterday may help, for everyone made inSstakaa fbeo, especially the erroxs of omission. 'Whatever of hardship or SappomtaKSit they may have brought, they have at least pointed a lesson for us. Today, now. is the time to do thines, and this applies especially to the thrifty accumulation of money. We cannot read our needs for to sqorrow. bat we can begin to provide for them. There Is no easier, better plan than tbe Commonwealth Savings Bank ?Trfdei. (Guaranteed by tbe Commonwealth Government.
ENGLISH SCOTTISH & AUSTRALIAN BANK [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931
fflKOJSB, SCOTHBH « ADST»4I*Ur BANK Bi following Is a general abstract of ?nSae ti«mm«»« and assets within South A«s5*lla at the English. Scottish A Ans, traUfci Bank. Limited, far tbe fluwter e^ST Septeeaber 30:-UabUiBes— Perpetual SS»eH stocks. £21721: notes in drea teSanTnot bewttnc Interest. £388: bal ?nTdue to otter banks. £16.742; de ooarb— by the Crown, not beaifiis Interest £19 1/11: by 'other persons— sot bearing Snfintt. £4fieSlS; bearing Interest, £Mk5b7: total UabUttteaT £2.1Sr7.«B5. riiieli ruin SIMM; Anctnllan notes and cash with Commonwealth Bank. ^^..TWTnot. SS «K og bacdic. £6JM; Dalannw due from other banks. £1.799: amount of all debts due to tb» bank. £2.442,461; total asset*. fT.Wl.1'1 Amount of the capital stock paid up at de close of the quarter, £3.000.000: rate of the last dividend de clared to the shareholders, 12li per cent.; amount of the last dividend so declared, £375,000: amount of the reserve profits, after payment of such dividend, exclusive at £306.4...
OBITUARY [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931
OBITUARY Mr. Amos Bickley, who died at Wel- land on Saturday, was 74 years of age. He was born at Burra, and at the age of three years went to Wallaroo, where he resided until about 10 years ago. For many years he was engaged in farming with his parents, the late Mr. and Mrs. John Bickley, pioneers in the Tickera district. After disposing of his interests in the farm at Tickera, Mr. Bickley went to reside at Wallaroo. He was keenly interested in public matters, and in order to better equip himself for those duties, attended night school classes conducted by Mr. Chris Bray, head master of the public school. For many years Mr. Bickley was secretary of the Waterside Workers' Association at the seaport. He instituted many of the movements of that body, and was largely responsible for the erection of the fine hall. As a councillor for many years, his sound judgment and experi ence were highly valued by townsmen, and Wallaroo owes much to his fore sight and public spiritedness. He mar rie...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931
BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS Announcements under this heading must be authenticated by the name and address of the sender, and are inserted &nbsp; at a charge at Two Shillings and Six- pence each when not exceeding five lines; over five lines, sixpence per llne. Death Advertisements in which a Funeral Announcement is made are charged for as if the Death and Funeral were sepa- rate announcements, namely--The mini- &nbsp; mum charge of 2/6 and 3/4 respectively. In Memoriam and Death Advertisements containing reference to more than one deceased are charged 2/6 each for each deceased mentioned, as if they were dis- tinct and separate announcements. engagements and Approaching Marriage Notices require the signature of both parties concerned BIRTH KNOX.—On the 5th October, at "Rowan," Magill-road, Maylands, to the wife of K. M. Knox--a son. APPROACHING MARRIAGE. McALONEY—HANKEL.—The marriage of Ray, eldest daughter of Mrs. and the late Mr. W. S. McAloney, of Torrensvllle,...
Relief Granted On Land Purchase Deal Melbourne, October 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931
Relief Granted On Land Purchase Deal Melbourne, October 6. The first application to the Supreme Court for, relief under the provisions of the recently proclaimed Financial Emergency Act came before Mr. Jus- tice Lowe in the Practice Court to day. Sherwood Estates Pty., Ltd., the pur- chaser, under an agreement, of cer- tain real estate at Mount Waverley, sought an order that Ozone Estates, Pty., Ltd., the vendor, should not, within a period of 12 months after October 1, exercise, in respect of the property comprised in the purchase agreement, any power of sale or remedy for enforcing payment of the principal moneys payable under the contract, and interest in arrears on October 1. Mr. Justice Lowe made the order asked for.
FIRE FRIGHTENS AN INVALID Elderly Woman Trapped in Home [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931
FIRE FRIGHTENS AN INVALID Elderly Woman Trapped in Home enable to more from her bed when a fire broke out in her home at Mel-&lt;*> bourne-street, Lower North Adelaide, Mrs. J. Gehrs, aged 82 years, had an unpleasant experience on Monday Mrs. Gehrs, who is bedridden, was awakened by &lt;*"? smell of burning, and the only other occupant of the house. Miss B. C. Gehrs, a daughter, who was also in bed, rushed to the telephone and summoned the North Adelaide Fire Brigade, which quickly put out the fire. Mrs. Gehrs was unharmed, but a window and some furniture were damaged.
KANCHENJUNGA STILL DEFIES CLIMBERS German Party Fails 2,000 Feet From Summit CALCUTTA, October 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931
KANCHENJUNGA STILL DEFIES CLIMBERS German Party Fails 2,000 Feet From Summit CALCUTTA, October 5. Kancheajunga, the world's second highest mountain, which has defied half a dozen attempts to climb it in the last three years, has defeated Dr. Paul Bauer's German expedition. The peak, 28,146 feet high, towers above the fastnesses of the Himalayas, and had already cost the expedition two lives, for on August 20 Herr Scha ier and a coolie were hurled down a crevasse. The other members of the party saw the tragedy, and buried the victims in a rock vault at 17,000 feet. The "Calcutta. Statesman" says the expedition got to within 2.000 feet of the summit before being checked by an unexpected 500 ft. wall of rock ice, which it was impossible to scale, owing to the great danger of avalanches. Six Germans and four porters took part hi the final attack on the summit. They encountered heavy snowstorms and avalanches.
KINGSFORD SMITH LEAVES FOR ROME Plans For Return Dash 8 DAYS 4 HOURS ATHENS, October 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931
KINGSFORD SMITH LEAVES FOR ROME Plans For Return Dash 8 DAYS 4 HOURS ATHENS, October 5. Much refreshed after his week-&lt;*> end rest here, Kingsford Smith left for Borne at 10.15 this morn-&lt;*> ing, on his way to London. He was attended by a nave specialist, and appeared to have recovered from the illness -which forced him to land at Milas. However, in case be should suffer a recurrence of It, he will fly over the sea as little as possible on his way to Ffrgftwwl. He expects to land at Heston Aerodrome at 5.30 pjn. on Wednesday. He Is concentrating now on break ing the record on the return flight to Australia. Arrangements have been made for Mm to Hqnri over the | Southern Cross Minor to mechanics 1 as soon as he reaches rengiaTyj so that it can be put in thorough order for ' the dash back. The mishap will not ' affect the arrangements for that flight. ; The stages will be:— . first day—London to Naples (1,191 . miles). ■ Second day—Naples to Aleppo (1,307)....
CONSTABLE'S BODY IN RIVER Believed To Have Been Murdered Sydney, October 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931
CONSTABLE'S BODY IN RIVER Believed To Have Been Murdered Sydney, October 6. Constable Trevalyn Cuthbert Now-&lt;*> land, 31 years, was found dead in the MacDonald River, at Bendemeer, near Tamworth, today, He had apparently been murdered. ■ On Sunday night a man called at the Bendemeer police station and told Constable Nowland. that a demented man was at the MacDonald River bridge. threatening to kill anyone who went near him, Nowland, accom panied by a young man friend, went to the bridge, but there was no one there. Last night the man again called at the police station, and told Now land that the demented' man was again at the bridge. Nowland took his re volver and left for the bridge. He did not return home last night and, this morning, his wife telephoned to the dis trict police headquarters at Tamworth, and police went to Bendemeer and began an intensive search. Nowland's body was recovered from file river this afternoon. It was fully clothed, except for the cap. The...
Lord Stonehaven Praises Australian Spirit LONDON, October 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931
Lord Stonehaven Praises Australian Spirit LONDON, October 5. The former Governor-General of Australia (Lord Stonehaven). in a lively address to the Authors' club on Im-&lt;*> perial problems, emphasised that there was a new orientation of policy in Aus tralia, born of the realisation by the average man and woman that Aus tralia, in recent years, had been living in a fools' paradise. Englishmen could only pray that the same realisation would come there. The particular type of difficulty Britain was facing was most pronounced in those parts of the Empire where Parliament had taken the biggesi hand in interfering with the lives of the people. "When I returned, from Australia in December, he said, "it was perfectly obvious that we were following the straight down road which landed Aus tralia in a mess, but she has shown : amwztng capacity for pulling herself to gether."
MR. LANG DRAWS THE LINE Trades Hall Furious Sydney, October 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931
MR. LANG DRAWS THE LINE Trades Hall Furious Sydney, October 6. The Trades Hall is in revolt against the drastic steps taken by the Depart-&lt;*> ment of Labor and Industry to prevent dole frauds. Before applicants can get relief, a form is to be signed and witnessed by an alderman, a minister of religion, a sergeant of police, a town clerk or a postmaster. Justices of the peace, members of Parliament,* rvi! ixoioxi sec retaries are not allowed to vouch for the bona fides of applicants for the dole. The new form has raised a storm of protest, particularly at the Trades Hall, and a heresy hunt has begun, to dis cover who was responsible for the eli mination of union officials. Until now, union officials have been able to bestow a benefit on unemployed members by signing their applications for relief, and so have been able to pacify demands for relief from benefit funds.
BRITISH PREFERENCE WIPED OUT Canadian Liberal Leader Condemns Tariff Decrees OTTAWA, October 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931
BRITISH PREFERENCE WIPED OUT Canadian Liberal Leader Condemns Tariff Decrees OTTAWA, October 4. Declaring that the result is "a startling increase in the tariff rate against goods from Britain," and that British preference has been practically "wiped out" on products of a class or a kind made in Canada. Mr. Mackenzie King, the Liberal and Opposition leader, criticises two recent decrees of the Government—the first fi"«^"g t-**l ** rate exchange in computing the values for duty on British imports at 4 dollars 86 2-3 cents to fft** pound, and the second a special dumping duty on Bri tish imports of a kind or & class made in Canada bought at less than 4 dol lars 86 2-3 cents to the pound. These changes by ah order hi Coun cil, Mr. King asserts, "Represent a greater variation in the Canadian fiscal policy than ever before adopted by any Canadian Government with the con sent of Parliament." Mr. King pre dicts that they will aggravate the diffi culties of the present situation bot...
"GOODWILL SHIP" FROM CANADA Fostering Australian Trade MONTREAL, October 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931
"GOODWILL SHIP" FROM CANADA Fostering Australian Trade MONTREAL, October 5. Canadian business circles indicate in-&lt;*> creased optimism concerning the Canada-Australia bade situation Goods are being gathered from the entire Dominion for «nippipnt- to Aus tralia on the Canadian Constructor, which will leave here for the return "goodwill voyage" on October 31, but the cargo will not duplicate those now on the way from Australia. It ma include, among hundreds of -vanea items, automobiles, automobile parts, pipe cleaners.' sports ammunition, sar dines, sakron, newspaper, stock, craft paper, farm machinery, and aree cows and three calves of Holstein stock for breeding.
MR. WHITFORD REVISES VIEWS Against Nationalisation Of Public Utilities GANTRIES DISCUSSION [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931
MR. WHITFORD REVISES VIEWS Against Nationalisation Of Public Utilities GANTRIES DISCUSSION Disapproval of Government con-&lt;*> trol of public utilities was uttered yesterday by the Chief Secretary (Mr. Whitford), in replying: to a motion by Mr. Condon (Lab.) for the adjournment of the Legislative Coun cil. . Mr. Condon urged that the Govern ment be asked to make a special re quest to the Harbors Board to recon sider its decision to unload coal at Port Adelaide by means of telfeis. "This is another postmortem on pub lic utilities," said Mr. Whitford. "There Is hardly one industry in South Aus tralia with which Governments have had anything to do, that is making headway in regard to profits. "We he,v? heard a good deal about the socialisation of industry. I have yet to hear a concrete explanation of what this is. My view is different from that taken by others. "Hours of thinking have convinced me that my advocacy of the nationalisa tion of public utilities has been all wro...
STERN DECREES IN GERMANY Gold For Foodstuffs BERLIN, October 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931
STERN DECREES IN GERMANY Gold For Foodstuffs BERLIN, October 6. The payment of one-third of the purchase price of foodstuffs is gold is a striking feature of a new Govern-&lt;*> ment degree. It also forbids new building: until 1934. the circulation of documents inciting political strife, and empowers the dosing of cafes used for political meetings. It is rumored that a further provision will be the reduc tion of salaries- over £750 sterling if they are regarded as excessively high in the Dresent stress. The Foreign Minister (Dr. Curtius) has resigned. That is understood to !be part of Dr. Bruening's plan of i Cabinet reconstruction necessitated by the defection of a section of the Social Democrats. The Minister for the In terior (Dr. Wirth) and three other Ministers are also expected to be dropped.
NEW ZEALAND WILL BALANCE BUDGET Increased Income Tax Wellington, October 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931
NEW ZEALAND WILL BALANCE BUDGET Increased Income Tax Wellington, October 6. The Finance Minister (Mr. D. Ste-&lt;*> wart) presented his "revised Budget to the House of Representatives tonight. The Budget showed an estimated revenue ofmMSJOOO and expaiditore of £24^40,000. leaving an estimated sur plus of £126,000 for the supplementary estimates and conttngencteT Mr. Stewart said the Government had been faced with a prospective shortage of £1,595,000. Tills would be met by civil service economies amount ing to. «400.W?, the' transference of £350,000iiromreserves; additional -tlus toms jfaxat&ua SSmjOOO, and addiional income -ta* tSSOjOOO. ThejGovernment did not propose the convenaon of the internal debt, any coinpnlsMy reduction of interest pay able 4o bondholders, which, In reality. meant. oefaalt'Jjy cnt> State, be said, would «eriously~ damage New Zealand credtt.' Wiiatever the position or pri vate Sorrowers Blight be, the State was still able to pay;its debt...
TROUBLE SMOULDERS IN SHANGHAI Chinese-Japanese Quarrel BIG OUTBREAK FEARED SHANGHAI, October 6. The resentment among local Japanese civilians against the anti Japanese boycott, which is spreading, threatens to involve Shanghai in a repetition of the serious clashes between Chinese and Japanese in Manchuria. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931
TROUBLE SMOULDERS IN SHANGHAI Chinese-Japanese Quarrel BIG OUTBREAK FEARED SHANGHAI, October 6. The resentment among local Japanese civilians against the anti Japanese boycott, which is spread ing, threatens to involve Shanghai in a repetition of the serious clashes between Chinese and Japa nese in Manchuria. Six were killed in a riot here last week, and racial animosity has been growing keener since. Tonight a petition was telegraphed to Tqkio requesting firm action. It followed a meeting yesterday of the Japanese Lawyens* Association and fbe Citizens' Union, which urged Immediate intervention. Seven Japanese destroyers arrived tonight simultaneously with, a Japanese naval parade In the,lnter national Settlement. ' - It was reported that several flotillas were standing by at the Sasebo base, awaiting instructions to sail lor China. The arrival of the destroyers, coupled with rumors of Japanese intention to occupy Chinese districts In Shang hai and forcibly, suppress the ■ anfl- Jap...
WORK OF FEDERAL PARLIAMENT Lower House Will Be Given a Short Vacation Canberra, October 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931
WORK OF FEDERAL PARLIAMENT Lower House Will Be Given a Short Vacation Canberra, October 5. As the house of Representatives has not yet completed' the 'tariff debate, the Senate, when it meets tomorrow, will probably adjourn until next Wed- neeaay. ■ ~;. The Prime Minister .said today t£bt the tariff, dd^te.JKWld rut «iS unm toe end of xiiis week, j^ti^^ tyjtbr version Bill, which wmdeaS^withS^ senttente in 4ne "recent Joan. The.House would then adjourn for two or tbcee weeks. The Govern ment was anxious to. provide every facility for "tbe passing of **?? tariff schedule before Christmas, If, possible. Mr. Holloway's FiOmdmrj Bbtfam Mr. Hollowayi notion for the re introdnctlon of the Fidaciaiy Currency Bin will be brought up again in caucus ' on Tiiuisday>6nt there js little *fiw?«y^ of Its being put to the vote. Sit were, it- would tie defeated. :.. Ministers wffl probably suocaed-in se curing the shelving of the pwQon, in view of- the banks' willingness to fiViffnre £330,000 of ...
MR. CHAS. SCHILSKY DEAD Former Conservatorium Teacher [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931
MR. CHAS. SCHILSKY DEAD Former Conservatorium Teacher Music lovers throughout the State will regret to learn of the death of Mr. Charles Schilsky a talented violinist, who was for several years on the staff of the Elder Conservatorinm. Mr. time ago, but'was leaving t?w> state who was born in brilliant musical 1924 to Join the ' . Scbilsky Conserratorium staff as firet violin teanher. He was first trained as a vio linist by Benoit. FrniinTm Pr and later by the famous iSnniig Sauret After some time spent in Paris with the Lamoureux Orchestra, he was invited to Russia, where he made his debut with the great Wagnerian singer, Theodore Reichmann. Then he visited "Poland, and subsequently returned to England, and became vice leader of the Glasgow Sympho nic Orchestra under HenscheL His appointment as professor of the violin ll,,**l^ l^8? 4 Conservatorium was followed by his appearance in London JJf,,.** membir~of «?e worid-renowned quartet, £he«Krase string quartet. He became a teacher...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931
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