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PRIME MINISTER WILL APPEAL FOR FREE HAND British Election Campaign Of Three Weeks Begins NEW PARLIAMENT ON NOV. 10 Mr. MacDonald To Contest Seaham LONDON, October 6. After Parliament has been dissolved tomorrow, the Prime Minister (Sir. Ramsay MacDonald) will issue his manifesto to the nation, asking for a free hand to deal with any situation which may arise in Britain by any methods which appear most effective. The lenders of the other parties will send out appeals corresponding to that of the Prime Minister, and within its terms. Mr. MacDonald will broadcast his message to the nation at 9.20 p.m., setting the ball rolling in the general election campaign of three weeks. Polling will be on Tuesday, October 27. The new Parliament will meet on Tuesday, November 10. Arrangements have thus been made to reduce the delay incurred by a general election to the minimum allowed by Constitutional procedure. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 8 October 1931

PRIME MINISTER WILL APPEAL FOR FREE HAND British Election Campaign Of Three Weeks Begins NEW PARLIAMENT ON NOV. 10 Mr. MacDonald To Contest Seaham LONDON, October 6. After Parliament has been dissolved tomorrow, the Prime Minister (Sir. Ramsay MacDonald) will issue his manifesto to the nation, asking for a free hand to deal with any situation which may arise in Britain by any methods which appear most effective. The lenders of the other parties will send out appeals correspond ing to that of the Prime Minister, and within its terms. Mr. MacDonald will broadcast his message to the nation at 9.20 p.m., setting the ball rolling in the general election campaign of three weeks. Polling will be on Tuesday, October 27. The new Parliament will meet on Tuesday, November 10. Ar rangements have thus been made to reduce the delay incurred by a general election to the minimum allowed by Constitutional procedure. Regarded for weeks as inevitable, the announcement of the election has caused little...

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THEBARTON BRIDGE NIGHT FOR BLIND Fund Approaches £4,000 [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 8 October 1931

THEBARTON BRIDGE NIGHT FOR BLIND Fund Approaches £4,000 The big event at Thebarton to-<*> night for the blind appeal will be the bridge party, arranged by the Mayoress (Mrs. Watson Thebar- ton workers have been prominent in efforts to raise lands to keep tne Royal Institutdon-for the Blind going, and the bridge evening promises to tM a great success. Private events oa behalf of Om fund take the appeal committee pleas antly by surprise. Yesterday . the organiser (Mr. H. W. Hodgetts, jmU received a cheque for £7 5/ from. Un. W. T. Shanasy, being the proceeds of a bridge afternoon held at her home, ChUders-street, JJorth AiWaMp. Enfield Picture Night Arrangements nave been made for a picture benefit night at the Ozone Theatre. Enfield, on Friday, October 23. Tickets are on sale at 1/ and 1/6 (tax free), and a drive vffl lie * made to fill the theatre to nurarilji It will hold 2,000. Badge sales at tne Kadina anr were organised by Mr. W. la. FhmelL A cheque for £10 10/ has...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SCOTS GUARDS SAVE £100 IN TRAIN FARES March 22 Miles To Barracks LONDON. October 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 8 October 1931

SCOTS GUARDS SAVE £100 IN TRAIN FARES March 22 Miles To Barracks LONDON. October 6. Perhaps no better example of the spirit of economy that is abroad has been given than by the cheering crowds which assembled at Victoria Barracks, Windsor, to welcome the Scots Guards, 600 strong, on the completion of a 22 -miles tramp from Aldersbot, which they undertook to save £100 in train fares. The Guards wore their field service uniform, and carried a complete kit, weighing 58 lb. A drum and fife band enlivened the whole march. It is the first time such a march has been made since the introduction of railways.

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DRIVERS' OFFICERS ELECTED [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 8 October 1931

DRIVERS' OFFICERS ELECTED Reports and the balance-sheet pre-<*> sented at the annual meeting of the Adelaide sub-branch of the Carters and Drivers' Union showed the affairs and finances of the organisation to be in a sound position. : Officers elected:—President, Mr. P. ■ Gibbs; vice-presidents, Messrs. H. Souter and F. Simmons; secretary, Mr. F. Mclntyre; treasurer, Mr. J. Chart- ' ton; organiser, Mr. A. G. Angell; trustees, Messrs. W. H. Davey and A E. A. Childs; committee, Messrs. J. Cocking, Simons, F. Amiw and T. ' ■Keogh; State executive, Messrs. ftngpn, Childs, Mclntyre, Davey, Charlton; Federal council, Messrs. Angell and Amies; AXJP. council. Messrs. Childs. Mclntyre, Gibbs, and Davey; Trades and Labor Council. Messrs. Angell. Childs, and Simons.

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SYNCHRONISED GUN GEAR WHO INVENTED IT? To the Editor [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 8 October 1931

SYNCHRONISED GUN GEAR WHO INVENTED IT? To the Editor Sir— I have read from day to day the articles written by Kingsford Smith concerning the adventures of the 'Southern Cross' Fokker monoplane, and have found them intensely inte resting; dui i muse tuner irom pan of Smith's article of October 5. He stated that A. Fokker invented the marvellous device 'the synchronised gun gear' as it was known in the Imperial Royal Flying Corps. I enlisted in the R.F.C. on November 20, 1914, and flew as an observer over the line in 1915. The engine sergeant in one of our flights was an T^gitenTTiQn^ who had resided in France for many years, and had married a French girl, who was a cousin of one Roland Gairos. This Frenchman invented the synchronised gun gear, and fitted it to a Morane Saulnier high-wing: two-seater mono plane, engined with an 80-h.p. Gnome seven-cylinder rotary engine. In the early days of the war the French had many monoplanes of the Morane Saul nier and Bleriot Parasol breeds, and...

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
DRIED FRUITS TRADE OPPORTUNITIES FOR EXPANSION To the Editor [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 8 October 1931

DRIED FRUITS TRADE OPPORTUNITIES FOR EXPANSION To the Editor Sir— Assuredly the Commissioner of Crown lands and the secretary of the Dried Fruits Board have made a mis take, and by that mistake are unin tentionally doing an injury to Austra lia, when they say do not extend vine yards and orchards. My own connec tion with the dried fruit trade begins and ends with what I myself eat. Let me try to explain. California pro duces 200,000 tons or sultanas per annum, also prunes, raisins, currants, &c. Our puny total of all sorts is ap parently about 72,000 tons. The choicest Californian fruits are eaten in OJ3.A.; the rest is exported. When I ship Christmas cases to friends in Bri tain, the answer is invariably, 'Why cannot we buy this fruit in our shops?'1 Our Dried Fruit Board has spent the short period, in a commercial sense, of 10 years getting our fruit known, and had all the trying experience of 'too little of it,' 'too irregular in quality,' 'public do not ask for It,' &...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 8 October 1931

Look out for this lmf rt BssssssssssssssssHSssHSraBssKuB&SssSisHSwIrallS ^-^ I H II /9~y H ^SF ^^^^^^^^B«i^s»»^^^sMt^^^sr^^^^.3»^^l^B!i^^^ ^— ? * ^^ ^^?»9»l^ssB^B^sss«9Hgsasm.2^£infis^sn%;&& offet — yOU»n see the displays in the diops. BVRFORDS GLACIATED STARCH MAKES LINEN TWICE AS ATTRAC TIVE! — You'll be so math, hettet pleased with your linen if you use Burford's Glaciated Starch for as many articles at possible. TabU-chths, serviettes, and stiff shins and collars have a lovely even gloss; fine dainty things keep crisp and new; cotton frocks look smarter; and curtains, runners and d'oyleys stay fresh and dean mad* tomger. SIGNAL SOAP IS MORE ECONOMICAL THAN EVER NOW 1 — Signal is a thoroughly dried, long-lasting soap that lathers freely, but without waste. Signal Soap is always the best value for your money, and now that you can get a packet of Glaciated Starch with it for the same price, IT IS THE BIGGEST GROCERY BARGAIN OBTAINABLE. Bmrford's Signal Soap ...

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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VIEWS AND COMMENTS CITY MISSION WORK MAY BE CURTAILED To the Editor [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 8 October 1931

VIEWS AND COMMENTS CITY MISSION WORK MAY BE CURTAILED To the Editor Sir— For the past 64 years the Ade laide City Mission has been minister ing to the physical and spiritual needs of the poor in and around the city. Week by week, from 150 to 180 men gather on Monday afternoons for a Gospel service. Similarly, about 300 women meet on Wednesdays and Thursdays. Homes are visited, as well as hospitals and institutions. Ex pectant mothers are provided wi:h clothing. Men and women in trouble are helped. In many ways a great and beneficent work has been carried on through the years. The work de pends on the support of the public for its maintenance. The present condi tions, while lessening this support, have imposed an increased burden on the mission. Many of our friends are no longer able to help us as in the past, and the committee, after a close scrutiny of all expenditure, find tha: to maintain the present work an addi tional income of £200 per annum is re quired, failing which the onl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 8 October 1931

LADIES' Club will spend this week-end at the M.C.C. clubrooms, Selllck'fi Beach. So successful was the tennis bcM at Kensington on Sunday tnat an lnvlta

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M.C.C. Conference With Southern Club [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 8 October 1931

M.C.C. Conference With Southern Club Mr. W. J. Murphy, secretary of the M.C.C. of S-A^ will confer with Mr. R. Hall, secretary of the Southern M.C.C., of Strathalbyn, on Sunday. Mr. Murphy declared yesterday that the matters to be discussed would be of interest to both the Southern club and the M.C.C.

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CHALLENGE TO M.C.C. OF S.A To Debate With Affiliated Club [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 8 October 1931

CHALLENGE TO M.C.C. , OF SJL To Debate With Affiliated Club ? ! A CHALLENGE issued by the Indian ! -rl- aud BBA. club to the Motor Cycle Club of South Australia to debate some motor cycle topic aroused much in terest at the last general meeiing. The affiuat-eri club suggested that some subject be decided on. 'The Ad vantaees and Respective Merits of Dry and Wet Sump Lubrication' was men tioned, and a team from both clubs meet to discuss it in approved fashion. The opinion was that it would be help ful to both clubs, ana have an appre ciable effect on club membership. It was pointed out later, however. that it opened up a field 5n which there were a number of difficulties. Such phases as trade disputes, of course, could not be allowed in any discus sions. To enable the matter to be examined thoroughly, and some deci sion arrived a:, it was left in the hands of a committee drawn from both clubs to report at the next general meeting, s?t down for October 29.

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SPEEDWAY OPENS ON NOV. 14 [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 8 October 1931

SPEEDWAY OPENS ON NOV. 14 The Speedway Royale at WayvM* will open on No vember 14, it teas an nounced yesterday, Several Australian riders who have been competing in England return for the racing season liere.

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GREAT DEMAND FOR HANDBOOK [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 8 October 1931

GREAT DEMAND FOR HANDBOOK Motor cyclists wishing to obtain a copy of the 'Lenroc Handbook for Motor Cyclists' are advised that sup plies are available at Lenroc's. This free publication, reviewed last week, is proving most popular. Enclose the registered number and make of ma chine ridden when applying for your copy.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 8 October 1931

!H B HIPHI From *lwi richest sun-ripened Australian maize comes Kream. the Cornflour that so many housewives are using to prepare the most nourishing and delicious dishes. Kream Cornflour contains cereal elements essential to growing bodies ... and adults, too. Housewives wise in Icitchencraft can easily provide a variety of dishes ... blanc-manges, puddings, soups, gravies, cakes ... containing Kream Cornflour. In its pink packet Kream Cornflour awaits you at better stores everywhere. Made br MAIZE PRODUCTS PTY. LTD. 146 UAUXEK PLACE. ADELAIDE. KREAM KRJVND CORNFLOUR PUBUC NOTICES TTEAB DH. POUSS. PhJ). XX BECHABITE HALL, GSOTE-STBEET. TOMGHT. 8 (TCLOCE. yOCR SUBCONSCIOUS VVSD. THE SECRET OF THIS SLEXT PABTSEB. 1^ OVEHXMEST WOMEX VTOHKEUS. ADJOCBXED MEETING will be held at T3ADESS HALL. ADELAIDE. THIS MORSIKG. at 11 o'clock. F. K. S1EA65. Got. Secretary. /CHARLES BIEKS & COMPANY. LTD. \J ? NOTICE i« hereby given that the TRANSFER BOOKS of the Company will be CLOSED from the...

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Certificates for Performances [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 8 October 1931

Certificates for Performances A .COMMITTEE of the M.C.C. of SA -cv has been formed to consider the idea of making it a rule to issue certifi cates to all placed men in reliability trials, competitions, and records. This matter was discussed at the last gene ral meeting, when such cost, advis ability, and convenience of the pro posal were considered.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 8 October 1931

MOTOB CARS IT'SSEX Closed Car, late mojel, condition as XL/ uew, beautiful appearance, £59 10/. — V. 0350. ELLIPSE Batteriee. 15 months' guarantee, 6 V,. *:2 17/-i; 12 V, *3 17/6.— Middle- iimok's, ^lindniarsh-£quare. EYCHA^E, Light 6, '29 model, for smaller Car. or v.il. fiej Tourer, cheap. — -'Ca»h ififlV' this office? ESaEi. 6 Tourer, good condition, good tyres, and nice appearance; bargain, £35. Also Ford Tourer, stand any inspection; gift at £16. — Goodman's Garage, MorpiieUville. X. 1050. ESSEX Sport* Roadster, ??ilascot' model, ap pearance as new. — city Motors Lid, «i-j, E»5EX t-, good runnioir oriier, £30: prepared tuke near oflVr. — Day's M 2S53 ESS1JX Town Sedin, cliallemer model, beau tiful order; inspect. — 221. Mornhett-si. TCV)4£D' Ton Truck. £12. or exchange Light -*- far. — Semmcns, 3ua, cic-n Osaicr.-;-rd JPIAT 501, balloon tyres, perfect order; must pokD Tourer, 1H25 model, perfect order, £12 J- 10/: Ford, fckitrle, nealy painted, bargain, 4.1a; Ford Buckboard, go...

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HILL CLIMB SITE NEARLY READY Official Practice Days Fixed SPEEDWAY RIDERS WILL COMPETE [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 8 October 1931

HILL CLIMB SITE NEARLY READY Official Practice Days Fixed SPEEDWAY RIDERS WILL COMPETE With the excellent progress made at the Motor Cycle Club's hill climb site at Sunny-side in preparing the course, it is ex pected that the track icill now be ready for practice on Satur day. This hill climb, the biggest event of I its kind ever promoted in South Aus tralia, is attracting record entries, and officials of the M.C.C. are expecting it to be a great success. It will be run on October 31. The site for the climb is entered off Sunnyside-road, the first street at the back of, and parallel to Port- I rush-road. j Entries should be submitted early, lor they close on October 23, and nomina tions are invited from an affiliated clubs. ' A new system of handicapping win be introduced for the event — they will be so al Clem Mitchell lotted that any type of low or Sign powered motor cycle win have an equal chance of gaining an award. Speedway riders have become inte rested in the hill climb, and,...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 8 October 1931

BUSINESS NOTICES SUCCESS! Success' comes as a matter oi course to those who keep their system fit and well. Witb a clear brain, bounding energy and a bright outlook success in business is more than half won t i i£ is the same with games and *r«T»*rnp;, or even witb. ecu | versation. when yon are fit to do yourself full Justice. FISHER'S Great Nerve Tonic AT ALL CHEMISTS AND STORE'

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MOTOR CYCLE NOTES AND EVENTS LABOR DAY CARNIVAL Good Speedway Racing, Expected ONE SCRATCH MAN [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 8 October 1931

MOTOR CYCLE NOTES AND EVENTS \ ( ? I LABOR DAY CARNIVAL Good Speedway Racing Expected ONE SCRATCH MAN \/iriTH only one rider~ Jack f | Chapman— on the scratch mark, the Speedway racing on Labor Day at Wayvitte promises to be fast. T*HE handicaps have been extended 1 toa Emit of nine seconds, with the emergencies a second higher. Two riders who have been absent from the Speedway for several seasons will return on October 14. Evan Bart lett, who he-s not raced at Wayvule lor three years, will be seen in action and R Edwards, whose accident and illness has kept r»i'» off the track for some time, will also ride. Edwards will be on the Velocette usually ridden by w. Bailey, of Port Pirie. PY-r the first time this year eight different makes of machines will be represented. Harry Butler has not nominated. He won the scratch race at Berri on Sat urday, and is probably being kept busy tuning ttie machines of other riders. Fast Heats Expected There are two heats, the third and the sixth, that...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 8 October 1931

FUNERAL NOTICES OCHrLSKY. — The FRIENDS of die late Tk. ij CHARLES SGBTLSKT, late of Trinity Ool lege, London, and Consenatorinm, aJrfjM*^ ut recpectiullv informed that bis Cremated P«»— ««- will be interred in the Crematorium Burial Ground, West-terrace, on THUBSUAT. at 11-30 ajn. FRAKK J. SIEBEET, Undertaker. . Thone 413. 47-49. Wakefleld-Btreet. BOVLE. — THE FJH£M» ol tbe late Mr. M1OHAEL BOVLE are respectfully i'*'r*~4 that bis Funeral will leave his late residence^ 35. Sturt-Etxeet, City, on THHB6DAY. at S pjn_ for the Catholic Cemetery. Weit-terrace. FBAME J. 6IEBEHT. Undertaker, ?Phone 413. ? 47-49. WakeSeld-rtreet. \f cMAHOS.^The FBIESDS of tbe late Mr. JaL JOHN MclLJHON are respectfully informed that bis Funeral vrijl leave 47. tCakeneld-ctnet, Cilv, on TilUBSDAY. at S pan, lor the Catbo IIc * Cemetery, West-terrace. FBANK J. SIEBEBT, Undertaker, 'Piione i!3. 47-48. Wakefleld^tB-et. HOOPEB.— The FRIENDS of tbe late 10a WEfSTFBED HOOPBEt axe respedtnUy iofonned that her Fune...

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