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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931
Mr Berger it,. takes a hand m j ECONOMIC RESTORATIOH THE $AME UNEQUALLED QUALITY # — : — ~-Mm^'A^^~'J- 1 A PERCAUCN (MAIL RED EXCEPTED) THIS BIG REDUCTION IN PRICE PER GALLON BRINGS (PREPARED) within reach of all. The formulae remain the same—the guarantee is the same—the only alteration is in the price! Buy your "8.P." from your nearest Berger agent—it "Keeps on Keeping onl" t Distributors; LEWIS BERGER & SONS (AUST.) LTD., 88-90 Currie St., Adelaide SOLD BY AGENTS EVERYWHERE . ■; ... _ t sum The pros and cons have been t^H^^^F^^^* expounded ...and the audience . * : prepares to.tum away. Hands . -.--■■. r£ go into pockets... out come . ':- Cigarettes..,and*'Ten to one" I - is again demonstrated as a If^l £%? truism. Everywhere you go— . ■^^ior^F -^ , - /. lOfari* T lIP TO I lIS Of Also in Boxes of i ■^-r. . ' 50 and 100? In : : ''"■.'. -'\ tins of 50 —and " " CAPITA 111 "^^ I &lt;Ant)Ud. * Medium or Foil Strength : = 9
TENNIS TODAY'S WOMEN'S PENNANT MATCHES Hyde Park and North Adelaide Opposed [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931
TENNIS TODAY'S WOMEN'S PEN NANT MATCHES Hyde Park and North Adelaide Opposed The second round of women's pennant matches will be played this afternoon on the War Memorial Drive courts. Hyde Park, last season's premiers, will play North Adelaide, who filled second position on ~the jpn*nt&lt;'w«ft?*p table. will bring two Inter-State players. Misses K. LeMes eurler add Gwett Griffiths. Into opposition. Last week Miss Griffiths defeated Miss Blue Lawrence In straight sets. Miss Le- Messurler also showed good form last week by defeating the Glen Osmond cham pion. Mrs, P. R. Begg. It Is expected, however, that Miss LeMessurler will beat Miss Griffiths, Toorak will play its first «wifa->? this sea son, being opposed to Kensington Gar dens. Today's matches:— A Grade—Holdfast v. East Adelaide: Glen Osmond v. Adelaide Oval; Hyde Park t. North Adelaide; Toorak v. Kensington Gardens. B Grade (Section I)—Holdfast B v. Sturt C; Sturt B v. East Torrens A; Glen Os mond B v University A;...
GOLF Miss Tolhurst, Victorian Champion Melbourne, October 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931
GOLF Miss Tolhurst, Victorian Champion Melbourne, October 6. In the final of the Victorian ladles' Golf Union champion of club champions event Miss Tolhurst defeated miss Donald-&lt;*> son, 6 up and 5. MOUNT OSMOND WOMEN'S CHAMPION SBIP In th? semi-final of the Mount Osmond women's golf championship, played on Monday. Mm. H. Davis d. Mrs. p. LeStes surier. 5 and 3: and MM. J. a. Ward d. Mrs. T. S. Cheadle. 5 and 3. The final was played yesterday. Mrs. Davis defeating Mis. Ward. 7 up and S to play. GOOXJWA>-Xn the handicap golf com petition of 18 holes, played on the Goolwa Jinks, the best scores were:—J. Heed. 81; J. T. Byrnes. 83: E. H. Dodd. 88: C. B. Shepherd. 88; Jack Byrnes, 89: E. Metcalf. 89: B. H. Harris. 97: B. H. Bweetman. 99. Associates. A. Grade:—Mrs. B. Graham. 102; Misses X. Holme. 103: M. Armfleld. 109: J. Armfleld. 109: G. Seed. 109: F. Graham. 116. B Grade—Mrs. C. B. Shep herd. 118: Misses Wallace. 119: B. Banklne. 126: Mis. Bvraes. 135. .NABBACOOBTO. ...
Racing At Randwick And Geelong TODAY'S PROGRAMMES A.J.C. (RANDWICK) [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931
Racing At Randwick And Geelong TODAY'S PROGRAMMES A.J.C. (RANDWICK) aUs (AdeUlde tune) —SECOND HURDLE . Two miles three furlongs et.lb. at. to. Bossgole .... 11 4 Bagateky .... 9 4 Oadray . . . . 10 11 David's Day . 9 0 Klme, 10 7 Golden Tunic .90 Banner Boy . . 9 BEulong ..... 9 0 Port Bisk ... 9 6 KIBNA .. 1 GADBAT 2 FOBT BISK 3 L3O—CRAVEN PLATE One and a quarter miles Pentheus .... 9 4 Carry On .... 8 9 Chide 9 l?ondallna ... 7 6 Char Lap .... 9 1 PHAB LAP 1 CHIDE .. .'.* ~ •• 2 BONDALINA 3 2aO—GIMCBACK STAKES Five furlongs Bonnie June . 8 0 Astute 8 0 Cabaret 8 OFame 8 0 Princess Myonle 8 C Spick and Span 8 0 Xkarbalara ... 8 OHlgh Molly ..80 Precious Gift . 8 OTlowela .... 8 0 All for Austra- Prolyxo .... 8 0 Ila 8 0 HIGH MOLLY 1 ASTUTE 2 BONNIE JUNE 3 2JS?— SUBURBAN HANDICAP One mile acerab 9 13 Vail 8 4 Tldno 9 9 Gold Day .... 8 3 High Disdain 9 8 Gemlight ...80 King Boy . . '. 9 7 Trenette .... 7 13 XU^amey .... 9 2 King's Arms ..77 Love Song ... 9 O Mervland ... 7 6 Cathmar...
TURF TOPICS Suspension of G. Mules Confirmed By "GAMBLER" Yesterday at the offices of the S.A.J.C. the stipendiary stewards, with whom Mr. L. B. Bickford (honorary steward) acted, re-heard, by direction of the S.A.J.C. committee, the enquiry into the Interference in the running of the second division of the Reynella Welter at the meeting of the Adelaide Hunt Club at Morphettville. on September 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931
TURF TOPICS Suspension of G. Mules Confirmed By "GAMBLER" Yesterday at the offices of the S.A.J.C. the stipendiary stewards, with whom Mr. L. B. Bickford (honorary steward) acted, re-heard, by direction of the S.A.J.C. committee, the enquiry into the Interference in the running of the second division of the Reynella Welter at the meeting of the Adelaide Hunt Club at Morphettville. on Sep tember 26. They reported that, after taking evi- &lt;*> dence, they confirmed their previous de-&lt;*> cision. which was that they found that the trouble was caused by G. Mules (rider of Jet Black) badly Interfering with Storm looee. who. In turn. Interfered with Lu crasla and Wendover. Under Australian rule 97. they enspended Mules from riding In races for one month, &lt;««"; from Sep tejnber 26. Later in the day Mules lodged an ap- Peal fS***£s *?? decision of the stewards, and It will be heard by the committee of the SJLJ.C. at 2 pjn. today. SjU.C. Acceptances Horses...
FOR S.A.'s GOOD NAME Minister On Dairy Act [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931
FOR S.A.'s GOOD NAME Minister On Dairy Act Replying yesterday to protests by various correspondents in "The Advertiser" against the registration of dairies, and to statements that many would not be able to pay the fees, the Minister of Agriculture &lt;Mr. Whitford) fiaid the legislation, which bad been passed, -was essential to the good name of South Australia in maintaining the prestige of the industry. ■"The Government was not respon sible for jTiiHpHTigr the law for *fo** con trol and supervision of dairies," said the Minister. "THais was done at the request of dairymen who wanted their products to have the *?ffiHni imprima tur. This will undoubtedly be a good thing, and will ttw?qti that exported pro duce will carry a guarantee of quality. No harshness will be shown in the col lection of .fees, and the Act will be administered sympathetically. If any case of hardship is reported to the Government it will be investigated*, and a decision made on the merits."
THREE TIE FOR MOTOR CAR Bale of Wool Weighed ANOTHER GUESS [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931
THREE TIE FOR MOTOR CAR Bale of Wool Weighed ANOTHER GUESS "Close shooting! I wonder if it was good luck or good judgment," said the Lord Mayor (Mr. C. R. J. Glover) yesterday, when he learned that three persons had guessed within three drains of the correct weight of the bale of wool. The guessing competition was held to benefit the Lord Mayor's Fund, and yesterday morning the bale was offi cially weighed, with all due ceremony, by the Inspector of Weights and Mea sures OSr. W, B. Good). Although no one guessed the exact weight of the bate of wool, which was 95 a. 14 oz. 13 dr., the nearest were G. P. S. Harvey, of Aberdeen, and the holders of tickets numbered 18679 and 28911, who estimated it at 95 Ib. 15 oz. Only one name is known at present, as that person sent In a newspaper entry. The Lord Mayor lias decided Chat, in order to determine the winner of the first prize—a new Wolseley-Hornet eedan motor car—he will remove several handfuls of wool from the bale, and the three person...
CARRYING MURRAY BRIDGE FREIGHT Agreement Between Railways And Carrier [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931
CARRYING MURRAY BRIDGE FREIGHT Agreement Between Railways And Carrier An. agreement was reach ed yesterday rooming, at the instance of the Trans-&lt;*> port Control Board, between the Bail-&lt;*> ways Commissioner (Mr. C. B. Ander- eon) and Mr. P. Ceewte, for the carriage of .foods hetween Murray Bridge and Adelaide. . Mr. Cawte agreed to send by rail all toe goods he previously transported by road, and to collect and deliver at each end. The price to the consignor wQI be the same as that previously charged for road freight. Before the agreement Mr. Cawte carried a large quantity of goods' by, road, his turn over being approximately £8,000 a year. Certain perishable products will still be carried by road, by permission of toe Transport Control Board. This information was given by the Minister of Local Government &lt;Mr. Jelley) when introducing (be Road and Railway Transport Amendment 80l in the Legislative Council yesterday. He - said that the Legislat...
Shipping Company's Loss LONDON, October 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931
Shipping Company's Loss LONDON, October 5. Lampart and Holt, Ltd, owners of the Liverpool, Brazil, and River Plate Steam Navigation Co., announce a loss of £544,341 on last year's trading, be-&lt;*> lore providing for depreciation. Lord Kylsant was rfmirw^m of the company, but resigned last month.
GENERAL NEWS KARACHI-LONDON AIR SERVICE [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931
GENERAL NEWS KARACHI-LONDON AIR SERVICE The postal authorities advise that beginning with the trip from Karachi to London on October 21, the winter time-table will come into operation, X and the air mac will leave Karachi at &30 at" on Wednesdays, and be due in London on the following Tuesdays. CHANGE APPROACHING The Divisional Meteorologist reported last Bight:—By this morning a low uteaauie system to the westward had developed considerable intensity, and reached the western Bight, and under * squally westerly change, very light to light rain had fallen over the agri cultural areas of the western State. In South Australia a steeper barometric gradient was associated with, a freshen ing of the northerly winds and, with only scattered clou6> temperatures rose rapidly and marfced a fairly, excep tional warm day for this time of the year. Maximum readings were «p to the century in the west, and in other parts, chiefly on toe plains, readings reacted or exceeded SO degrees. A...
CANE FIELDS ON FIRE Owner Collapses and Dies Brisbane, October 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931
CANE FIELDS ON FIRE Owner Collapses and Dies Brisbane, October 6. In a fire, which caught felled dry scrub at Mirriwinni, near Cairns, about 600 tons of cane belonging to John Hoare. farmer, and 200 tors belonging. to another fanner, were destroyed. Mr. Hoare had been home two hours from fire fighting when there was a re currence, of the outbreak, and gangs turned out once more. Mr. Hoare climbed a fallen tee to get a better view, and, on jumping down from it? ba collapsed and died immediately. 1
PRESENT ELECTORAL SYSTEMS CONDEMNED Proportional Representation Advocated [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931
PRESENT ELECTORAL SYSTEMS CONDEMNED Proportional Representa tion Advocated For representative Government to be what it purported to be it must repre-&lt;*> sent all sections of the people, said the president of the Proportional Re-&lt;*> presentation. Group (Mrs. Jeanne F. Young) at a meeting in the Adelaide Town Hall last night. It was the only thing that stood between the people of Australia today and either reaction or revolution. Mr. Hannaford, MX.C, was In the chair. Be said that the societies com prising the Proportional Representation Group, under whose auspices the meet ing was held, were the Australian Natives1 Association, the Country Party, the Henry George League, the Women's Non-Party Association, and the W.O.T.U. Although those bodies might not agree on all matters of politics, they were agreed that some better method of electing members of Parlia ment than that at present in use was necessary to enable all parties to be equitably represented. In ...
BIG BANK'S VIEW ON GOLD SUSPENSION "No Need For Panic" LONDON, October 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931
BIG BANK'S VIEW ON GOLD SUSPENSION "No Need For Panic" LONDON, October 5. The outlook for Britain, in view of the suspension of the gold standard, may legitimately be regarded with calm and confidence, says the Midland Bank review. That is the first ex pression of opinion by any of the "Big Five" English banks on the position. "There is no view for panic, or even pessimism." says the review. "Bri tain's plight is no worse than that of others. Temporary abandonment of gold may indeed mark the turning point from the world slump to world recovery, since it intensifies the urgent need for international collaboration." Australian Exchange LONDON. October 5. Xt is believed that Australian ex change will not be substantially altered before the new year in order to allow producers to secure the benefit of the bonus as long as possible. The lower rate, it is thought, will be introduced just before heavy interest payments are due on January 1. Canadian Business Failure* MONTREAL, October 5. T...
STATE SINKING FUND National Debt Commissions' Report [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931
STATE SINKING FUND National Debt Commis sions' Report The annual report of the Public Debt Commissioners, presented to Parlia-&lt;*> ment yesterday, showed that on June the sums to credit were:—Sinking Buuus x-ruu^fo; wu orarecuuuw minis, £930j881, making the total £1,031,657. Of ttiat amount. £16,540 was invested in Government securities, and practically Che whole of the balance was on de feostfc with file Sonth Australian Trea •nry at can at 5 per cent, interest a Grants From Revenue The grants from revenue for sinking lucd purposes totaled £307,600. out of iwhich £296.621 was paid to the National Debt Commission. Added to that sum, the grant from the Commonwealth Government. £138.977. and other mis cellaneous receipts, there wae a balance fcrf approximately £448,000 with the Com wnU*nm available far redemption of se tajties m befaalt pf South Australia. I k
Highlands Ltd. Appeal Case Before High Court Melbourne, October 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931
Highlands Ltd. Appeal Case Before High Court Melbourne, October 6. The High Court, consisting of Mr. Justice Rich, Mr. Justice Starke, Mr. Justice Dixon, Mr. Justice Evatt. and Mr. Justice McTiernan, today heard the conclusion of argument in the ap- | Deal from the decision of Mr. Justice: Parsons, of South Australia, in the ar>- ; peal by Highlands. Ltd.. against the assessment of the Deputy Commissioner or Taxation for South Australia. Mr. H. Thomson, K.C., and Mr. Beauchamp, of Adelaide, appeared for Highlands. Ltd.. and Mr. CHalloran, K.C., of Adelaide, and Mr. Barry, of Melbourne, for the Commissioner. The High Court, after two days' ar gument, reserved its decision.
Gilberton Swimming Club [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931
Gilberton Swimming Club At the annual meeting of the Gilberton Amateur Swimming Club, the officers elected were:—Patron, Mr. W. A. Sneyd; vice-patron. Mr. R.D. Hack; President. Mr. B. H. Wallman; vice-presidents. Sir Her-1 bert Pallllpps. Dr. Gilbert Brows, and Messrs. E. Tates, ttES., W. D. Ponder. E. LeMessurier, J. H. Pinlayson. &lt;3UI WU llaros. E. T. Grose. A. J. Leaver, C. Eldrtdge, C. Hurley, F. H. Wagner. H. Laurence. D. C. Turner H_ Bridgland. P. Jervl*. and T. A. Boatwrlght; chairman of committee. Dr. Brown; captain, Mr. H. G. rfodirygr; vice-cap tain. Mr. P. Whltfleld; treasurer. Mr. B. Ewers: secretary, Mr. P. 3. Broom fleld; auditors, Messrs. T. F. Nottage end C. F. Adamson.
RIVER LEVELS [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931
RIVER LEVELS Tuesday, October 6 Flood or Height Change Critical at 9 to 24 Stage. son. mrara. ft. In. It. In. ft. to. Yetman — WO 3 3F Munglndl 22 0 S3 .0 2F Stogfl 20 0 NB. — Namol 23 o Nil. — Barwon 32 0 10 4 0 IF BrewMTlna 250 SS 02F GOOdOOga 10 0 N.R. — Bomfee . .. — 41 6 6 10 0 IE Loatb V. 38 o sa — TUpa 30 0 6 4 0 1* WUcamUa, .. 30 0 8 4 0 2B Menlndie*. .: .. 20 0 N£. — Pooncarte 230 211 02P Wentworth 22 0 22 U 0 IF Gundasal .... 23 6 KS. — Wagga .. .* 20 0 7 0 0 IB HayT 20 O 14 11 3 4P Balraaald 16 0 20 0 6 Denlllquln ..... 260 180 04F Mcralameln .... 15 6 14 S 0 IB Albnry 14 0 9 9 0 3F Kchuci .. .. 29 0 27 2 0 IF Euston '..'.'... 32 0 • 29 4 0 IF Benmark 26 0 23 4 S MOIBBD 17 9 24 10 8 Blancbetown ... — 18 7 S B. Rise. T. Fall. KB. No record. 8. Stationary.
The Chief Scoul Talk READING THE STARS By lieutenant-Genenl Lor d Baden-Powell of Gllwell [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931
The Chief Scoul Talk READING THE STARS By lieutenant-Genenl Lor d Baden-Powell of Gllwell Well, as I was saying, camp is the time and the place for tie study of the 6kies and I will tell you something about the nieht guidse this time. x-u&t., c/^ic moon. it is 6uppa6ca w have originally been part of our earth and it is a big round ball which keeps moving round the earth while the earth keeps moving round the 6un. Part of the moon sets lit up by the sun and "moonlight" Is really the eun'G light reflected off the moon to to our earth. We don't see the moon much in the day time because the sun is so much stronger that we only notice that; but at night, when our part of the earth is turned away from the sun. we see the moon—or rather that part of it which is lit up by the sun—very clearly. It takes the moon one month to get round the earth, and every night it is a bit changed in appearance as it grows from new moon to foil mam and then decreases down to new moon again. When the ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931
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