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N.S.W. CURRENCY Legality Of Savings Bank Issue Canberra, October 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 8 October 1931
N^.W. CURRENCY Legality Of Savings Bank Issue Canberra, October 7. Legal authorities stated unofficially today that any attempt by Mr. Lang to set up a State currency disguised as a Savings Bank debenture issue, as was suggested last week, would be il legal, because it would conflict with Commonwealth legislation. Such an issue could not be legally reated as currency, and nobody could be forced to accept it as payment of any kind. It would not be legal ten der. If debentures of as small a denomina tion as £5. or £1, were issued, they would be regarded as a iserious chal lenge to the Commonwealth Bank Act. which allows only the Commonwealth Bank to issue notes. Such an issue would almost certainly fores the Fede ral Government to take action.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 8 October 1931
21/ to 35/ Moire j Silk Wallets 6/11 Black Moire Silk Wallets, embossed, 21/. 25/. and I 35/. RE-ORGANISATION SALE. 6/11. ' IDYS 9/11 Ladies' Silk Blonsetteg, 5/11 I DE CHENS BLOHBHTXXS, ; 1 excepuona-Iy uiiaii. *..^ I eHective. Enlt&ble to I wear, tuck-ln skirt I or costume, in shades cf White, Belee. Fink, and Green, Sizes S.W. W., sad OS. 9111. BM aaoAMisAnoN s&us. ilmSALE I/- Printed Haircords 27 -in. Wonderful range ot new designs on Wntte end ^fc-f / V tinted grounds. Ideal for Bouse Frocks. Chll- «_ I Im. _1 dren's wear, &c, 1/ jard. BJS-OEOANISATTON W% I Jfu SALE, 6«,id. yaitL Vr ' *%!? 1/6 Colored Linene 36-in. 500 yards only of Colored linen In Bed, Ame- ^v 1 thyst. He:io.. Cream, V. Base. Powder. Ivory, and 1 1 „-.! Black, 1/6 yard. RE-OBGAN1HATION SALE. 9d. TWCl yard. %J\*m 1/11 Lingerie Lawn, 36-in. Nice weight. Silk finish, launders perfectly. Ideal ^v 1 range or Lingerie colons In Shell, Pink, Sky., 11 J Lemon. Pink, Nil, Hello., Salmon, and Ma...
Advertiser Crosswords—196 THE CLUES ACROSS [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 8 October 1931
A dvertiser Crosswords— / 96 THE CLUES ACROSS 1. Attractive. 12. Composed. 13. Dazzle. 14. Heath. 16. Verbal. 17. About 1J pints. 15. Fillet. 19. Deserved. 21. Arises. 23. Assumed. 25. Signal of dis tress. 26. Obliterate. 29. Stitch. 30. Danger. 33. Mud. 35. Want. 36. Poem. 37. Contrives. 38. Weight. 39. Brought up. 4L Loan. 42. Advantage. ?43. StilL 45. Force. 4«. Induced. 48. Whistle. 50. Sassenach ?1 Curl. 57. Concise, 58. Song-bird. «0. Tide. 6L Storm. 62. Incline to the belief. 63. Stop. 64. Reunites. DOWN 1. Study. 2. Scream. 3. Oval. 4. Leeip. 5. Slips. 6. Rested. 7. Blunder*. 8. Trickle* through. 9. Drinks. 10. Time. 1L BelL 12. Holding in remembrance. 15. Gorgeously. 20. Extremity. 22. Cords. 24. Argues. 27. Floats. 28. Spaces. 3L Ceremonies 32. Smoothes. 34. Vicious. 35. Moisture. 37. Allotted. 40. Akin. 4L Of greatest length. 44'. Fatiguing. 45. Confine. 47. Imp. 49. Part of stair. 51. Close. 52. Valley. 53. Absorbed. 55. Recent 56. Ages. 59. Comoete. Solution No. 195 ANO...
White Star line Granted Terms Canberra, October 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 8 October 1931
White Star line Granted Terms Canberra. October 7. The White Star Line, which bought fbe Commonwealth Shipping Line, nas been granted an extension of time to pay an instalment of £165,000 due on August 31 as part of the purchase pdce. The Treasurer (Mr. Theodore) an nounced In the House of.Eepresenta tlTes today that the White. Star Line had 6aid it would be inconvenient to meet the payment on the due date. The Commonwealth Government had agreed to an extension to December 31 with Interest.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 8 October 1931
A B 1& - --_ _ m Ha A LOT ABOUT SftpLlCATIONS SAjlSH^. npHERE is still a lot of 'Flu about and reports to hand indicate i^Hfl^^^^^t. I that a relapse may involve serious complications. Although ^^^EPt'^ ^Sv A *^e wave *? no* °t epidemic nature, an attack means 'laying: ^Rtt/V,^^s^\ op' in bed— unemployment and much inconvenience. The ^M Jim's fl*kukt^ quickest way to beat the 'Flu is to use 'ASPRO.' 'ASPRO' will W Imf ~1T flAL stop Colds and 'Flu at inception. Immediately the first symptoms liuVm^^* ?T^a aBP appear take 2 'ASPRO* Tablets and 2 tablets every three hours Ee '???^?i^ \^t (^sw afterwards until symptoms disappear, a hot lemon drink to be ifi'WF^ H^ Mr \^s» ta'len *''n«Ml'af*'V after the hist dose before going to bed. It is ill W ^Bj»» r\ l^L advisable when taking 'ASPRO' for Influenza and Colds to keep f¥ |^^ /^ i \ \ W &e bo^y warmly clad in order to prevent chili. 'ASPRO' won't fail / ?LjSf ^^T*ldffll» \ * you! It is sure, safe and certain. A child can ...
REPORTS FROM RURAL CENTRES KINGSCOTE [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 8 October 1931
REPORTS FROM RURAL CENTRES KXNGSCOTE Mr. R. Wheaton (chairman of the dis trict council) presided at a meeting of bar iey growers on Kangaroo Island. The following resolution was carried: — 'That in view of tne fact that barley is the staple produce of Kangaroo Island far mers, and that the price for this cereal has been far below the cost of produc tion, this meeting of barley growers re quests the District Council of Klngscote to submit through the members of Parlia ment for the district a request to the Minister of Agriculture that a portion of the amount granted to pay a bounty on wheat be allotted to provide similar as sistance to the growers of barlev.' — At the Klngscote golf links a bogey handi cap was won by W. I. S. Story, the run ner-up being Mr.'L. A. Marks. — At a meet ing of the Kin^scote cricket club. Mr. Falrbrotber presided. Officers elected:— Secretary. Mr. S. C. Boxer; captain. Mr D. Clark: vice-captain. Mr. O. Scherer; committee. Messrs. W. I-. S. Cook and V. Ciar...
OUR COUNTRY SECTION MORE SHEEP AT SALES Little Change in Price EXPORT LAMBS DOWN [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 8 October 1931
OUR COUNTRY SECTION MORE SHEEP AT SALES Little Change in Price EXPORT LAMBS DOWN There were 2,000 more sheep,- but 3,000 fewer Iambs, at yesterday's sales at the Abattoirs than the previous week. Light-weight mutton showed little alte ration in price, bat export iamb buyers operated on a lower limit, and, in con sequence, prices for these showed a decline. The total yarding comprised 11,000 sheep and 24,100 lambs. The sheep were derived almost entirely from the West Darling districts of New South Wales and the pastoral areas in the north of this State. Wethers, which included a large proportion of young sheep, formed the bulk of the offering, ewes being in very light supply. Only a few woolly sheep were penned. The quality of the yarding was again excellent, and, although there were two or three con signments of exceptionally heavy weights, the supply of suitable trade mutton was better than it has been for some time. Pastoral Consignments Among the wwwigtimpnte from the pastoral co...
CITRUS SUPPLIES [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 8 October 1931
CITRUS SUPPLIES Mr. W. J. Kimber. secretary of the S-A. Fruitgrowers and Market Gar deners' Association, stated yesterday that a large proportion of the citrus crop from the Adelaide plains was still unsold. His association was anxious that the public should realise that the growers were placing their oranges on the market at exceptionally low prices. Common oranges, he eaid, were obtain able at four shillings a case, at which price, with the advent of warmer weather, they should meet a ready sale. Trial shipments of oranges, Mr. Kim ber said, had been made to Singapore, Batavia. Macassar, and Sourabaya. and his association was hopeful that the outcome would be the development of a good trade with the East.
Interest in Kindergarten [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 8 October 1931
Interest in Kindergarten Movement At the annual meeting of the Kinder garten Union, Dr. G. H. Wright, chair man of the executive committee, re ferred to the loyal services given by Mr. E. A. Anstey, who had acted as honorary treasurer of the union for many years, and was now relinquish ing the position. Professor J. McKellar Stewart, pre sident of the Kindergarten union, in moving the adoption of the annual re port, extended a welcome to Mr. F. W. Rose, president of the Rotary Club, as the incoming honorary treasurer and expressed gratification on behalf of members for the interest that ro tarians were taking in the kindergar ten movement.
FOOTBALL PREMIERSHIP Enthusiastic Crowd [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 8 October 1931
FOOTBALL PREMIERSHIP Enthusiastic Crowd The final match for the league foot ball premiership on tlie Adelaide Oval last Saturday afternoon attracted over 34,000 people, who followed with in tense interest the struggle between North. Adelaide and Start. The scene on the mounds and in the packed stands was something to be remem bered, and 'The Chronicle' photo grapher secured a splendid picture oaking towards the southern, end of the ground. This, with a number of other equally interesting illustrations will be found in this week's issue of 'The Chronicle,' which is on sale to day.
RIFLE SHOOTING [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 8 October 1931
RIFLE SHOOTING TACKA- — The sixth trophy shoot of the Brlnkworth Rifle Club was flied over a double 600 yards with two sighters and seven shots. The handicap limit was TO. The leading scores were:— J. A. Langrehr. 28 28 (14)— 70; H. Murphy. 25. 25 (20)— 70; C. Burford. 27. 31 (7)— 65; W. Richards. 27, 26 (ID— 64; Geo. Larwood. 19, 30 (12) EOYLSFON.— Mr. Wick's trophy, fired for over 500 yards, was won by B. Somer ville. Conditions were two slghters and seven shots. Leading scores off the rifle: — B. Eomervule. 33; H. Newman. 32; A. Clarke, 29. Next Saturday a team'e match will be fired at the Balaklava range against Balaklava. CRYSTAL BROOK. — A. handicap pair ehoot, combined with the shoot for the W J Lines and Club trophy, at a double 500 yards, with eight snots and two slehters. resulted'— L. Durrant aad B. McNeil (12) — 144; A. Mathews and S. W. L Saint (7)— 141: G. V. Gilbert and W. J. Lines (4) — 139: A. Bobertson and M. Roberts (6)— 138; H. H. Pavy and J. Smith (6)— 132. The ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 8 October 1931
Avoid Embarrassment of False Teeth Dropping or Slipping Don't be embarrassed again by hav ing your false teeth slip or drop when you eat. talk, laugh, or sneeze. Just sprinkle a little Fasteeth on your plates. This new. extremely fine powder gives a wonderful sense of comfort and security. No gummy, eooev paste or feeling. Get Fasteeth today from any good chemist. DRY ECZEMA ON HANDS_A_YEAR Irritation Dreadful. Lost Sleep. Cuticura Healed. 'I suffered from dry. scaly ecrema on my iiands for a year. It came out in small patrhm and the irritation was dreadful. It gradually spread nntH my hanHn were so sore that I conld not do housework of any description, and conld not sleep. They were very riainftil and unsightly. 'I tried nearly everything but still they did not improve. I read an adver tisement for Cnticnra Soap and Ointment so wrote for free samples. I began to improve after using them so I purchased more and in two months I was com pletely healed.' (Signed) Mrs. A. M. Baker. Broa...
Lares Dinghy Club [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 8 October 1931
Largs Dinghy Club It was reported at the annual meeting of the I*rgs£-lnghy dub that a balcony had been built on the clubhouse on the beach, and that arrangements were being made for races to be started from opposite there Instead of front the Largs Jetty. This change will operate on November 14. when the club will hold iti opening races for the season. In the evening It is in tended to hold a dance In the clubhouse. Officials are:— President, Mr. A O. R. Tapp: commodore. Mr. J. Fraser; vicecommo dore Mr. G. Llsk; rear-commodore. Mr. E. Harris: secretary, Mr. L. Moodie; assistant secretary, Mr. A. Fraser; treasurer. Mr. W. Heywood: handicapper and measurer, Mr. i C. Horsfall.
CONVICTION QUASHED [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 8 October 1931
CONVICTION QUASHED Appeal Cases In Civil Court In the Civil Court, before Mr. Justice Piper, yesterday, John William Bul lock, of Westboume Park, salesman, ap pealed against a conviction recorded against him by Mr. W. Hall, S.M., in the Traffic Court on July 28 and a fine of £20. with £4 2/6 costs, on a charge which alleged that Bullock, at Lower Mitcham on Way 9, wilftillv failed to stop at a time at which it was alleged that a motor truck which he was driving was concerned in an accident. Constable J. A. Buttfield was named as the respondent. Mr. K. Ward appeared for Bullock, and Mr. A. J. Hannan (Crown Soli citor) for Buttfield. The grounds of the appeal included statements that the conviction was bad in law, that there was not sufficient evidence that Bullock's failure to stop was wilful, or that Bullock knew or believed that the motor truck he was driving was concerned in an accident. The appeal was allowed, and the conviction quashed. Bullock was awarded £7 7/ fees and costs o...
APPLICATION ADJOURNED [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 8 October 1931
APPLICATION ADJOURNED An application for a variation of the hotel, ciub and restaurant employes' award (country section; was adjourned until Saturday by Mr. President Kelly in the Industrial Court yesterday. Mr. F. Kelly, with the secretary of the Licensed Victuallers' Association (Mr. P. F. Kiley) appeared for the em ployers, and the secretary of the Hotel, Club and Restaurant Employes' Union (Mr. H. L. Baldock) for the employes.
JUDGMENT IN DEFAULT [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 8 October 1931
JUDGMENT IN DEFAULT Judgment in default of appearance was given against W. L. Penguly, for merly of Crystal Brook, now of Yacka, by Mr. L. H. Haslam. SJVL, in the Ade laide Local Court yesterday, for £33 .in favor of Dalgety & Company for goods sold and delivered. Mr. V. R. Millhouse appeared for Dalgety £t Company.
ASSAULT AND ROBBERY ALLEGED [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 8 October 1931
ASSAULT AND ROBBERY ALLEGED Cyril Tiangrafte. of Adelaide, was charged before Mr. E. M. ftohino pjm^ in the Adelaide Police Court yesterday, with having, on June 24, robbed Wil liam Joseph Whelan of about 30/ and a scarf valued at 7/6, and with having used personal violence towards Whelan. Tflngrafrp, who reserved his defence, was- committed for trial. He was allowed bail in his own bond of £50, with two sureties of £50 each; Mr. J&. A. TifntrTi?*1 prosecuted.
PENNANT CROQUET [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 8 October 1931
PENNANT CROQUET Following are the results of matches: — A GRADE Glenelg d. Prospect. 3 games 97 DolnlE, to 1 game 77 points; South Park d. Grange, 3 games 90 points, to 1 game 82 points: Semaphore d. Kensington Gardens. 3 games 98 points, to 1 game 75 points; FJtz roy d. Prospect. 3 games 94 points, to 1 game 73 points; Kensington Oval d. Pros pect, 3 games 94, points, to 1 game 78 points. B GRADE Hawthorn d. Fltzroy. I game 42 points, to 1 same 33 points: Grange d. Kensington Gardens. 1 game 41 points, to 1 game 40 points: Lockleys drew with West Park, 1 game 45 points each; Gienelg d. MUlswood. 2 games 52 points, to 40 points; St. Peters drew with Woodvllle, 1 game 47 points each: Semaphore d. Araluen, 1 game 48 points, to 1 game 37 points; Prospect d. Klngswood. 1 game 43 points, to 1 game 36 points; South-terrace d. Tranmere. 2 games 52 points, to 34 points; Unley Park d. Broken HUl. 1 game 44 points, to 1 same 35 points; Kensington Gardens d. Unley Park, 2 games 52 points, to 1...
WOMEN'S PENNANT TENNIS Close Finishes In Several Matches By "Top-Flite" [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 8 October 1931
WOMEN'S PENNANT TENNIS Close Finishes In Several Matches , Bv Top-Slite™ A full programme of women's pennant matches was played yesterday at the War Memorial Drive courts. Owing to the firmer turf, players were able to get more pace on to the ball, which accounted for the many keen driving duels. North Adelaide and Hyde Parfe bad a great match, the former side winning by the narrow margin of seven sames. Miss LeMessurier defeated Miss G. Griffiths in straight sets of 6—2 each. Miss K. Col Uson (North) defeated Hyde Park's cap tain. Miss C. Plnlayson, 6— fl. 6—4. Mrs. P. Begg and Miss K. Wemyss played a hard-hitting rubber. The Glen Osmond player served severely throughout the match. Although Mrs. Hlschbleth and Miss Wemyss won two more games than Mrs. Begg and Miss Jo/ce Hone, they were ds feated by t-*o to one In sets. Scores:— A OBADE Holdfast T. East Adelaide Misses J. U2!ecrapp and E. Wadey (£LA.) d. Misses D. Weston and B. Ward (H.), 2^-6. 6— S. 6—2; Miss Jolly and Mrs. Adams -...