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HAS CONFIDENCE IN AUSTRALIA "Will Recover Before Other Countries" LONDON. October 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 8 October 1931
HAS CONFIDENCE IN AUSTRALIA "Will Recover Before Other Countries" LONDON. October 6. "We all know the mental and phy-&lt;*> sical qualities of Australians, whose courage and resource, coupled with the realisation that Australia, as an im- portant pan of the world, has to base its economic policy on the necessity for competing in world markets, will result in her gradual recovery before other countries." said Lord Glenapp. managing director of the P. & O. Com pany, before embarking on the giant new liner Strathnaver. for Australia "Australia." he added, "has already made wonderful advances towards the restoration of her financial and trade position. Our confidence in her re covery is indicated in the commission ing of the Strathnaver and Strath aird."
CHURCH FETE [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 8 October 1931
CHURCH FETE The annual fete in aid of St. Ed-&lt;*> ward's Church, East-terrace, Kensing-&lt;*> ton Gardens, will be held in the church Grounds on Saturday afternoon The stall-helpers will be:—Work stall, Mes dames Wright. Edwards. Willis and Steward, and Miss Wyly; cake, Mes dames Stone. Ikin, Foote, Phillips, and Jones; sweets. Mesdames Milne, Dumas, MnT?han and Harvey, and Miss Dean; produce, Mesdames Hodgetts, Welboum, Frances. Wyllie. Isaacstten, Barrett Chapman, and Alderman, and Miss Sel lars; tea. Mesdames Martin, Bromley. Goodwin, and Polkinghome. and Miss Mitchell: bran pie. Miss Stone: ice cream and cool drinks, Messrs. E. W. Hodgetts. J. Robjohns, and L. Gibbs.
Questions in Parliament [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 8 October 1931
Questions in Parliament "Does the expression of opinion made by the Chief Secretary (Mr. Whit-&lt;*> ford), in the Legislative Council yes-&lt;*> terday, in regard to the nationalisation btiiVinj f m ICgOIU lA/ Irl ITT i in '■ j*'| IfHIirtHMVH of public utilities, reflect the policy of the Government?" Mr. Cameron (CP.) asked the Premier (Mr. HUD, in the Assembly yesterday. The Premier replied that Mr. Whit ford was not the leader of the Govern ment, and was therefore not commis sioned to make any statement regard ing its policy. He was entiled to ex press his own opinion. "Will the Premier define the policy of the Government on the question of the nationalisation of public utilities?" Mr. Cameron then enquired. "If the member will'place his ques tion on the notice paper, I will give it the consideration it deserves," replied the Premier.
Where Does Mr. Ward Stand, Asks the Minister [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 8 October 1931
Where Does Mr. Ward Stand, Asks the Minister Replying last night to Mr. Ward, the Chief Secretary (Mr. Whitford) said the workers knew where he (Mr. Whit-&lt;*> ford) stood as an honest labor man. but they are entitled to ask. "Where is Mr. Ward?" Mr. Whltford said it would be in teresting to know from what source Mr. Ward obtained the paragraph purport ing to set up views he had expressed in 1921. "It may be an illusion of his own brain," said the Minister, "or an incompetent report supplied from the State conference from which the press was excluded. I have my views re garding what the socialisation of industry means. I had them in 1921, and I still hold them. If called upon by any industrial union, I am willing to give an explanation of what socialisa tion stands for. But where stands Mr. Ward, after his most recent confession that he is now 'an English type of Communist'? From what I know of Communism, there is no difference be tween the Russian, rengl&lt;Kft....
"PUBLIC UTILITIES" SPEECH Mr. Ward Quotes History Against Mr. Whitford [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 8 October 1931
"PUBLIC UTILITIES" SPEECH Mr. Ward Quotes History Against Mr. Whitford "Labor supporters are becoming used to the extraordinary attitude adopted by Mr. Whitford, and would like to know if there is anything he has not changed his mind about," said the sec retary of the Labor Party (Mr. Ward) yesterday, referring to the Chief Secre tary's remarks on the nationalisation of public utilities, made in the Legis lative Council on Tuesday. He added that at a State conference of the party in the Trades HalL In 192L Mr. Whitford had* said:—"H the workers desired to emancipate them selves, they must control industry, pro duction, distribution, and exchange. The words 'take and hold' have fright ened some people. Anything short of the means of the emancipation of the people is of no use to them." "Mr. Whitford on Tuesday had some thing to say in defence of machinery," said Mr. Ward, "whereas in 1921, he said that the industrial revolution was inaugurated by the introduction of machinery."
LANG PARTY DRIVE IN MUNICIPALITIES Candidates In All N.S.W. Towns Sydney, October 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 8 October 1931
LANG PARTY DRIVE IN MUNICIPALITIES Candidates In All N.S.W. Towns Sydney, October 7. Not satisfied with attempting to foist the Lang Plan on the labor movement throughout Australia, offi- &lt;*> cials of the State A.L.P executive have decided to introduce the policy ofSe^ pudiattpn intp local government bodies' throughout the State. - _-: A conference of.aU endorsed candW ■>; dates tor municipal «?i«rtl&lt;nn in De cember wfll take place soon, u "tear been decided to fcsue notices to can didates summoning them to attend ttat - conference- Already every -""flMhitn - b^ cftH?d on to sin the follow-- 3 ing pledge before receiving i minim * ment:—?! pledge myself toaccept and if support the fltnmi-«ai proposal knowa^ as the long Plan, and the declanOb?:% of local autonomy -as determined tr — the annual general conference of lnt^ I also pledge myself actively to jhSs? port and advocate at all times l^M party's objecave-the BodalisaUo?^aC K industry, production, dist...
AL CAPONE TREMBLES IN COURT "Sure, I'm Worried," He Says Between Chews CHICAGO, October 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 8 October 1931
AL CAPONE TREMBLES IN COURT "Sure, I'm Worried," He Says Between Chews CHICAGO, October 5. "Public Enemy No. 1," Al Capone, pleaded not guilty today to charges of income tax evasion, brought by-the Federal authorities The charges. late to gfl' njs from liquor, g«iw*Kiyi?|^ -^e and vice activities, and Involve store f than £210,000. , -\V After seeing Capone tremble mtiQ? - he was standing before Judge WHker—. . son today, journalists asked him if lie .-&lt; were worried. He put a piece of candy -,' in bis mouth, chewed vigorously .Sop* ' \ a moment, and said, "Who wouMttrt be worried? I dont know if In be" acquitted. Sure rm worried." -. . -.s% On Saturday Capone attended ar university football game, surrounded -- - by bis usual bodyguard. Spectators,: recognising him, booed, and lie warn':" compelled to leave before the *?"fl tjZ-*-?i the game, ' .' * ""■,'
AUSTRALIAN WOOL AT LONDON SALES Less Activity Shown LONOON. October 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 8 October 1931
AUSTRALIAN WOOL AT LONDON SALES Less Activity Shown LONOON. October 6. At the wool sales today. 9,669 bales were offered, including 760 from New ' South Wales, 2,013 from Queensland 595 from Victoria. 1,625 from Western-&lt;*> Australia, and 4561 from New Zealand, of which approximately 6,520 bales : were sold. Sales were less acttre. many buyers having filled tbeir xe- " quirements. Withdrawals were mow t numerous owing to **sgh |jmH« - .•_ .-,• : _: Greasy combings realised for Hejjr South Wales "Wool Brook," talgbest - 124d. Bx. average I2J*L; Queenslaiid, &lt;■ •^lonbose." 12d. and 103d.; VlctorJan, i "Caupanl/" J2d. and lljd. Scoured, i Queensland, brought for Melrose. iugn- -: est 174d. lb, average 16W-: Western ta?- • tralia, "Warrawagtoe," 14id- and 14J4 - New Zealand dlpes realised Cor "Bo- - lipse." highest lid. Ib, average BMl. ; , scorned half-bred, "BoHe?by/" &&. «n£ Isjd.
Wool Firm In Sydney Sydney. October 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 8 October 1931
Wool Firm In Sydney Sydney. October 7. At the wool sales today, 12,063 [?] were catalogued, and sates, including private transactions. amounted to 13,156 bales. There was good around competition, 3k principal opeatosi^ being Yorkshire. Japanese, and OoBsS tinental buyers. T>"? irmrfrcj -wifaa'a firm at the previous day's levels. GkmtS! Medix> fleece sold to SfigLlbh **£s§|
GENERAL NEWS BOY SCOUTS ASSOCIATION AWARDS [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 8 October 1931
GENERAL NEWS BOY SCOUTS ASSOCIATION AWARDS The State general secretary of the boy Scouts' Association (Mr. F. J. Mills) states that the Commonwealth Chief Scout (Sir Isaac Isaacs) has made the following 'awards in recogni tion of their services to the Boy Scout movement. Medal of Merit—Assistant Commissioner for Scouts for S.A. (Mr. H. R. Part). Assistant Chief Commis sioner for Wolf Cubs for S.A. (Mr. W C. Piper). District Commissioner Mr. E. C. Morris. Letters of Commenda tion—District Commissioner Roland Guy, Honorary Commissioner John Donaldson. District Scoutmaster Rev. B. S. Howiand, Scoutmaster F. W. Mit chell. Mr. James Frost. ft«^*"+ Chief Commissioner for Sea Scouts (Com mander A. J. Loudoun-Shand). These swards will be handed over by the Chief Scout for Scuth Australia (Sir Alexander Hore-Ruthven) at the open- Ing of the Kurbingai Camp Ground, GlanvUle. on October 14.
GENERALLY FINE [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 8 October 1931
GENERALLY FINE The Divisional Meteorologist reported last night:—A cool southerly change set in early this morning, but it was chiefly confined to the western and central districts of South Australia. and at 8.30 ajn., northerly winds still prevailed over most of the State, where crrndttimis were rather warm and sultry. The main depression was centred south of Tasmania (Hobart 29.47 inches), but another low pressure wave was noted in the Bight, and during today, as the latter system drifted eastward, warm weather was experienced fairly gene rally, the highest shade temperature in the settled areas being 90 degrees at WEATHER FOBECAST i Fine; cool to moderate coastal temperatures, warm inland. Winds chiefly westerly. Port Augusta. At Adelaide from a minimum of 56.9, the thermometer rose t3 a TnaK'mutn of 79.6 degrees. Owing I to the spread-out nature of the southern '• depression, there is little likelihood of rain in South Australia at present, so that the weather on Thursday should...
SAD AND SUNSHINE CLUB [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 8 October 1931
SAD AND SUNSHINE CLUB A real radio party is to be broadcast by station 5 AD tonight. Sunshine club badges, symbolising the rising sun of prosperity. will be available on Sat-&lt;*> urday. They will be issued to mem bers without charge, accompanied by the "Creed of the "Sunbeams." Here is tn&lt; * roster of members far the old time dance at the studio on October 14:—20. 3L 47, 84, 122. 176, 177, 181, 225. 226. 253. 303, 304, 332, 517, 533. 534. 680. 685. 690, 691. 692. 704, 705, 706, 913. 914, 1070, 1083, 1084, 1108, 1109, 1123. 1124. 1132, 1163, 1164. 1211, 1220, 1257. 1316. 1333. 1353. Meetings of bikers who wish to join that sec tion, .and bridge players who desire to join No. 2 group, will be held at the studio at 8 o'clock tonight Meetings of the proposed swimming, first aid. life saving, motoring, and other sec tions wfll be held at the studio next week. The dates will be announced tomorrow. Front dress circle seats at the Regent far October 15 may still be o...
In Aid of Kuitpo Colony [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 8 October 1931
In Aid of Kuitpo Colony The Amid Dance Club, the Link Club, lies Beaux Esprit, Myosotis Le Trianon, and Waratah Dance Clubs' committees have combined and will hold a special dance club ball in the Palais Royal on October 21. The Rev. S. Forsyih attended the meeting of the committee and gave an outline of the work the Kuitpo Industrial Colony is doing, and the net profits of this ball will be devoted to the Kuitpo scheme. Dancing will be from 8.30 until 1 ajn. Tickets, which will be strictly limited, are obtainable from members of the committee of the various dance clubs, Cawthorae's. Ltd., and the Palais Royal. The box-plan is at the Palais. A number of special turns and novel ties are being arranged, and something new—something different—should make this ball very spectacular.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 8 October 1931
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MADAM WU'S LETTER [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 8 October 1931
MADAM WU'S LETTER A feature greatly appreciated in "The Chronicle" is the weekly letter from Madam Wu, in which readers axe cor-&lt;*> dially invited to write for advice and encouragement. Madam Wu's answer* to her many correspondents are bright cheerful epistles in which admonitior Is given with the same frank kind liness as her heartfelt sympathy Women and men, too, write to Madaw Wu, and the problems upon which she is asked to advise are in mans cases the same as those which con front the majority of mankind. This means that not alone the person vrbc seeks advice that receives it, for it i often applicable to thousands of others "The Chronicle" is on sale today.
Golf And Bridge At Mount Lofty [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 8 October 1931
Golf And Bridge At Mount Lofty Fine weather attended the afternoon entertainment in aid of the Stirling District Hospital, arranged by an en-&lt;*> ergetic committee that included Mrs. Magarey. Mrs. Fowler, Mrs. Haigh, Miss Waite, and Mjss Muriel Parsons, and held on the Mount Lofty golf links yesterday. The result was the receipt 01 £35 for the hospital. There was an 18-hole bogey competition won by Mrs. Ridgeway, and Mns. Murdoch came second. Mrs. Haigb. was successful in the putting competition. The prizes were donated by. Miss Waite. There was a flower stall, in charge of Misses Margaret Counsell and Constance Magarey, and a cake stall, over which; Mesdames Luger, Magarey, and Miss Fomeroy presided. : The flowers were perfectly beautiful. -The clubhouse was decorated with cherry and apple blossom, mixed witn the young green of the elm trees. There was bridge arranged for non golfers, and eight tables were engaged. Among those present were m^?™?« g. XL Fowler, Richards...
FREE MEDICAL ADVICE Concession for "Chronicle" Readers [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 8 October 1931
FREE MEDICAL ADVICE Concession for "Chronicle" Readers The special service introduced for the benefit of readers of "The Chroni-&lt;*> cle," whereby free medical advice is made available to enquirers, is prov- ing of great value to many people, espe cially those who live beyond easy dis tance of a doctor. All that Is needed to take advantage of this boon Is for a description of symptoms and con dition of health to be sent to this office, when a qualified medical prac titioner will give advice and prescribe treatment, which will be published In the following issue of "The Chronicle."
Lady Kitty Says— To Mrs. C. Flanders, wife of Captain Flanders, superintendent of Crawford Markets, Bombay, and veil-known in Adelaide, when she sang her way into our hearts as Hilda Feistead (daughter of Mr. John Feistead, of Adelaide, from whom she inherited her musical gift) recently came a delightful surprise. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 8 October 1931
Lady Kitty Says— To Mrs. C. Flanders, wife of Captain Flanders, superintendent of Crawford Markets, Bombay, and veil-known in Adelaide, when she sang her way into our hearts as Hilda Feistead (daughter of Mr. John Feistead, of Adelaide, from whom she inherited her musical gift) recently came a delightful surprise. Reading the paper one morning, she saw that she was one of seven women appointed Justices of the Peace by the Indian Government. Three of the women were Europeans—one was lady Cocke, wife of Sir Hugh Cocke, presi dent of the European Association and a member of the Bombay Legislative Assembly; another was Mrs. Walwyn, wife of Rear-Admiral H. T. Walwyn, commander of the Royal Indian Marine Empire Bunding.—Ever since Mrs. Flanders has lived in Bombay she has been a vividly active secretary to the Bed Cross committee, and, through her wort on that, has gained an inner and valuable understanding of the TT|&lt;tiflp point of view. Her commonsense and kind heart has gain...