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Riderless Horse Returns [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 8 October 1931
Riderless Horse Returns In the Second Hurdle Race at Band wick yesterday. David's Day lost his rider at the Kensington hurdle, the first time round. The horse continued In thf race until shortly after passing the stand, when he made a sudden move to the out side, and then cleared the picket fence and returned to the horse stalls.
CAULFIELD CUP HORSES [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 8 October 1931
CADLFIELD CUP HORSES Pour-year-oW horses have been successlul in the Caulfield Cup on many occasions, and It Is on the cards that a candidate of that age will score this year. Many patrons of the Flemington meeting on Saturday returned home with the convic tion that If Royal Barb does not win the first *'2eg' of the two-Cups dsuble. it will take an exceptionally good horse to bring aisout his downfall. Horses to win the Caulfield Cup at [our years include Calma, Hjmettus. Insliston. Poseidon, Maracul, Uncle Sam. Aurlfer, Lavendo, Eurythmlc. and Manfred. This Is the season of Derbys and Cups, and many of those who take no Interest In the doings on the turf are eager to read of the Derby and Cup candi dates. Seven pages of the 'Sporting Glofbe' this week are devoted to racing. Every thing that a sportsman wishes to know 01 the progress of the horses In their prepara tion for the big events will be found In this popular sporting newspaper.
CLUB GOSSIP [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 8 October 1931
I CLUB GOSSIP MOTOR Cycle Club of South Australia's executive committee will meet on Monday evening. Entries for the series ot Indoor sports arranged for the next lew months will close ou Friday, at 9 pjn. SOUTH Australian Motor Sporting Club, as its annual meeting on Friday night, will consider two matters bearing on the Speedway teason. The first Is the pro posal for tee handicap between B grade riders on Wednesday evenings during the season; the second Is the suggestion that a place oe partitioned off to enable offi cial at the Speedway to remain outelde the pickets. Mr. F. H. Taylor, chairman of directors of the club, has received the latter proposal favorably. ? ? ? ? A.J.S. has cancelled the run to Long Gully on Sunday, because the Lesls Club is holding its opening run. On Oc tober IS the club will run to the Black wood Oval. Motor cycle sports and cricket have been arranged. Members will leave Wyaits at 2 p.m. The eeneral meeting is set down for October 19. and will be gin at...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 8 October 1931
To Relieve Catarrhal Deafness and Head Noises If you have catarrhal deafness or head noises, go to your chemist and get 1 oz. of Parmint ^Double Strength), and add to it pint of hot water and } pound of crystal sugar. Take 1 tablespoonful four times a dav. This will often bring quick relief from the distressing head noises. Clogged nostrils shoulc open, breathing become easy and the mucous stop dropping into the throat, it is easy to prepare, costs little, and is pleasant to take. Anyone who has catarrhal deafness or head noises should qive this srescrip t:on a trial. ? ^_ ? YEASTON TABLETS do not c'lim to be a 'Cure-all.' but an aid to Nature only. All chemists. ?
CONVICTION WITHOUT PENALTY [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 8 October 1931
CONVICTION WEEHOUT PENALTY When the charge against Robert Bean, alleging that he,had had insuffi cient lawful means of support, was mentioned in the Adelaide Police Court yesterday. Hie Police Prosecutor (Mr. R. A. LenthaU) said that Bean had left the State. Mr. E. M. Sabine, PAL, recorded a conviction without a penalty.
PLACARDING BETTING LIST ALLEGED [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 8 October 1931
PLACARDING BETTING LIST AIXEGEIi Leo Joseph Kenny, licensed victualler denied to Mr. H. M. Muirhead, Sit, in the Adelaide Police Court yesterday, that he -had suffered to be placarded n the Elephant and Castle Hotel Ade aide, on August 15, a list relating to betting. The hearing was adjourned untQ this morning. Mr. L. Bond prosecuted, and Mr. J. It. Travers appeared for Kenny.
APPRENTICE'S CLAIM FAILS [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 8 October 1931
APPRENTICE'S CLAIM FAILS A test case to decide whether the recent cut of 10 per cent, in wages ap plied to apprentices in the engineer ing trade was continued in the Ade laide Police Court yesterday. The case began in July before Mr. H. W. Muirhead. SAI-. when Eric Roy Finch, an apprentice, of Gawler South, claimed from the Perry Engineering Company, £5 12/9, which be alleged was payable to him as the difference between the amount due under the In denture and the sum received. At the last hearing, Mr. S. C G Wright, for the company, submitted that there was no case to answer. Mr. J. W. Nelligan appeared for Pinch. The magistrate. In a reserved Judg ment yesterday, found that on the evi dence tbere was no case to answer, and dismissed the case. The company was allowed £7 7/ costs. On the application of Mr. Nelligan a stay of proceedings for 21 days was granted.
FRAUDULENT CONVERSION [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 8 October 1931
FRAUDULENT CONVERSION John James David McRobertson Roche, of Adelaide, was charged before Mr. H. G. P. Nesbit. S.M., in the Ade laide Police Court yesterday, with hav ing, during August and September, with Intent to defraud, obtained from Maxi millian Francis Grindon Ekins and Reginald William Hudson, eight tickets of books valued at £8, the property of the Lord Mayors fund for distressed citizens, by pretending that he was J. J. Reed, foreman of the Fruit growers' Association, Payneham-road, St. Peters, and that he was obtaining one of the books for R. Parkinson, of Ambleside. Roche, who pleaded guilty and elected to be dealt with summarily, was sentenced to imprisonment for twelve months. On another charge of having, on Sep «mber 12, fraudulently converted to his own use 12/ received on account of Walter Dollman, Roche was committed for sentence. Mr. R. A. Lenthall prosecuted.
MINING NEWS TELFER NORTH G.M. COMPANY [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 8 October 1931
MINING NEWS TELFER NORTH G.M. COMPANY The secretary of Telfer North Gold Min ing Company. N.L., advises that an option on what is described as a particularly promising gold mining lease, situated near Nannine, Murchlsoa district. Western Aus tralia, has been obtained by the company on the following terms: — A. payment of £50 for a six months' option as from Sep tember 26. 1931, on P.A. 1430 N.. Nannlne. W.A. On the expiry of the six months the Telfer North Company has the right of a further six months' option until Sep tember 26. 1932, by payment of a sum of £200 in cash. Should the company de clde to exercise Its option It can do to by handing over 27.000 share;, to be Issued as fully paid up to 10/ each.
ARROW GOLD MINING COMPANY [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 8 October 1931
ABBOW GOLD MINING COMPANY The secretary of the Arrow Gold Min ing Company. N.L.. advises receipt of the following report from the manager, dated October 2: — ^'The e'.de of tbe old south drive at No. 2 level was stripped from a Tjolnt 6 ft. from the underlay 6haft for 6 ft along the drive, and a commence ment made to drive east. This drive was r.ut '-ut 15 ft., making a total distance of 27 ft from the underlay chart. The assay results were as follows:— Face of drive at 12 ft, 2 oz. 9 dwt. 15 gr. over width of 20 In. from hanging wall; at 15 ft, 6 -a 8 dwt- over width of 20 In.: at 18 ft.. 2 oz. 19 drt. 2 bt., over width of 18 In.: at 21 ft.. 16 oz. 2 dwt. 8 er., over width of 2At!n.: at 24 ft.. 16 oz. 11 dwt. 21 et ovef^rtdth of 16 In.; at 27 ft., not yet as sayed.'
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 8 October 1931
LEWIS SHOE COY., 1 139 AND 152, RUNDLE-ST. SPECIAL PURCHASE AGAIN 300 Pairs Men's Welts Tan and Black Oxfords, on new square lasts. WELTED. Q / 1 1 21/ for ? %J\ 1 1 TAN OB BLACK SHOES, new square shapes. WELTED. lO /11 22/6 for ? *^/ ' SMART GOOD QUAUTY OXFORDS, Black Calf or 1/1 /I 1 Brown Calf. On two lasts. WELTED ? *M / X 1 LADIES' PATENT COURTS, PAT. -BARS. Brown Court' -. i - .- ? and Biown Bars, wood or leather neeie. Well worth 13/9. Ca / | | All sizes for ? %J j X X CHILDREN'S PATENT BALLET DANCING SANDALS. ? «r- /« 4 — To Clear at Half Cost. Usually 9/11 to 12/9. 7-10 ?%'/ ? ? 11-1, 4/11. ' ' %Mf L X 100 Pairs Men's Tan Military, 14/11. To Clear - 8/11 NO MAIL ORDERS WANTED TO BUT [12 wank 1/ per insertion) A CttASSMOVFER wanted, single or double hone. Jl\. Particulars to 'Grassmower, ' tins oolce. ANY sort Clothing, Boots, Furniture, Tools, Qmamcacfi, Books, anything. — 'Johnny Alisons/' this office. — STILL Payiog Top Prices, Suits, Frocks, Evening Frocks, Wearing Appar...
FRUTTGROWERS AND MARKET GARDENERS'S ASSOCIATION NEW MARKET [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 8 October 1931
FRUITGROWERS AND MARKET GARDENERS' ASSOCIATION NEW MARKET The following were the wholesale Quota tions of produce at yesterday's market: — Artichokes. 2/ doz. lb.: asparagus, 9d. bundle; beans (broad). 4/ bushel; beetroot, 1/6 to 2/ dozen bunches; cab bages. 6/ dozen: carrots. 2/6 dozen bunches; cauliflowers, 6/ to 7/ doz.; horseradish, 1/ lb.: partlc. 5d. to 6d. lb.: lettuces. 1/ to 1/6 doz^onlons. 7/ cwt.; onions (new). 15/ cwt.: onions (ereen). 8d. doz. bunches: parsley. 8d. doz. bunches: parsnlos. 2/ doz. ? bunches: peas. 6/ to 8/ bushel: potatoes. 7/ to 8/ cwt.: potatoes (new). 18/ to 20/ art.: rsdtshps. 8d. doz. bunches; rhubarb. 1/ doz. lb.: rhubarb (cherry). 1/ doz. lb.; spinach, 3/ doz. bunches:- tomatoes. 20/ half case; trombones. 7/ to 8/ cwt; to nlrjs. 1/ doz. bunches: turniDS (Swede! . 1/6 doz. bunches: apples (eating). 10/ to 11/ case: apoles (cooking). 9/ to .0/ case; bananas (Queensland). 22/ to 24/ ease: lemons. 3/ to 4/ case: almonds 8/ to 9/ doz. lb.: cocoanuts. 3...
OFFICIAL REPORT OF THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN STOCK SALESMEN'S ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 8 October 1931
OFFICIAL REPORT OF THE SOUTH AUS TRALIAN STOCK SALESMEN'S ASSOCIA TION Abattoirs Sheep Market, 7/10/31.— This week sheep were more plentiful by 1,100 head. 10.100 being yarded. New South Wales and our pastoral areas furnished the majority, whilst a considerable number was derived from local sources. The catalogue was a very good one. and in cluded a heavy proportion of wethers, most of which were light and handy weights in splendid order. There were, however, numerous consignments of prime heavyweights. Ewes were sea'? Owing to there being no slaughterir ^ next Wed nesday (Eight Hours Day), t Bade re quired an extra days supply, conse quently there was a good demand, and a satisfactory clearance was effected. Erices. however wpre lower, the reduction on light and handy weights being only slight, but heavier sorts, owing to the hot wea ther, suffered to a considerably greater extent. The market fluctuated somewhat 'hroughout the day. Quotations:— Shorn —Prime heavy wethers. 12/6 to 1...
THE RUNDLE-STREET POULTRY MARKET [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 8 October 1931
THE BUNDLE-STREET POULTRY MARKET A. A. Brlce & Co.. Ltd.. report on Octo ber 7: — Demand for all Kinds of table poultry continues very strong, and a re presentative catalogue submitted today was quickly cleared at satisfactory prices. There is a definite demand for prime hens and cockerels above the supply reaching the city, and consignors can forward their poultty with confidence. We can supply crates to any address. The following are today's values: — Heavy young cockerels, 3/6 to 4/ each; heavyweight hens, 2/10 to 3/3 each; prime young cockerels, 2/8 to 3/ each; good condition cockerels and hens, 2/7 to 2/10 each; fair condition cockerels and hens, 2/ to 2/7; hens, small, 1/7 to 2/2 each; cockerels, small. 1/6 to 2/4 each; ducks, good to prime. 3/ to 3/6 each: ducks, medium to good, 2/4 to 2/10 each; ducks, small, 1/6 to 1/9 each; pigeons. 4d. to 5',td. each: turkeys, fair to good quality. 7d. to 9d. per lb.; turimyt. fattening sorts. 5d. to 6d. per lb. Crates supplied up...
FRUIT, VEGETABLES AND GENERAL PRODUCE MARKET EAST-END MARKET [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 8 October 1931
FRUIT, VEGETABLES AND GENERAL PRODUCE MARKET EAST-END MARKET The following were the wholesale quota tions of produce at yesterday's market: — Artichokes. 2/ doz. lb.: asparagus. 9d. bundle; beans (broad), 4/ bushel: beetroot, 1/6 doz. bunches: Brussels sprouts. 4/ doz. lb.; cabbages, 6/ doz.; cabbages (red), 4/ doz.: cabbages (Savor). 6/ doz.: carrots. 2/6 doz. bunches: cauliflowers. 6/ to 7/ doz.: celery. 3/ to 4/ doz. heads: chillies. Sd. lb.: horseradish, 1/ lb.; garlic, 7d. lb.: leeks, 2/ dozen bundles: lettuces, 1/ to 1/6 doz.: marjoram. 8d. doz. bunches: mint. 6d. doz. bunches: onions (white). 7/ to 14/ cwt.: onions Careen). 8d. doz. bunches; onions (pick ling). 10/ cwt.; parsley. 8d. doz. bunches; parsnips. 2/ doz. bunches: peas. 7/ to 8/ bushel: potatoes. 8/ cwt.: potatoes (new). 20/ cwt.; pumpkins. 4/ doz.: radishes, 8d. doz. bunches; rhubarb, 1/ doz. lb.: rhu barb (cherry). 1/ doz. lb.: 6age. Sd. doz. bunches; shalots, 9d. lb.; spinach, 3/ doz. bunches; thyme, 8d. doz. bun...
Melbourne Quotations Melbourne October 7 [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 8 October 1931
Melbourne Quotations Melbourne. October 7. Wheat, steady. 2/«»,4, Melbourne basis, 2/6 ex suburban stores; flour, steadv, £6 10/; bran and poUard. good demand. £4 5/- oats good milling, firm, offered spar ingly. 2/. 2/1: feed, dull. 1/6. 1/7; barley, quiet, nominal. Englisa 2/6. 2/7. Cape 1/10, I/ll; maize, slow, 3/. 3/1: chaff, firm, £3 12/6, £3 15/: potatoes, quiet, £4 10/. £6; onions, dull. £2 5/. £3; jute, good de
Sydney Quotations Sydney, October 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 8 October 1931
Sydney Quotations Sydney, October 7. Tasmanlan derrick-pressed straw, nomi nally to £4 10/; Victorian, £4: Victorian oaten hay, £6 a ton; river maize, to 3/2; Tasmanlan oats nominal quotations. Algerian, 2/6; white, 2/6 to 2/9: peas, Tas manian, ex store, blue, 5/6; grey. 8/: pota toes. Tasmanian Brownells. to £11: Arran Chiefs and Up-to-dates. £9; Snowflakes, £8 10/; Victorian varieties, to £7 10/; onions. Victorian. £5 10/ to £6; Tasmanlan Swedes, to £4; carrots, £18: parsnips, £6 a ton; honey, board prices, wholesale only. 3-hlve 4dL. 2-hlve 3-4d., 1-hlve 3«id.. un blended 4V4d. lb. Eetall business by bee kecpers Is to be done at %d. per lb. above these rates. Eggs, board prices, new-laid, ben. If, medium, 9d.; pullet, 8d.; case, 10d.: duck, first grade lid., second grade fid.; other prices, northern rivers. South Coast, and railway consignments. 9d. doz.; wheat, shads steadier: bulk buyers' indi cations, 2/6i&, Sydney basis, no sellers: growers' lots, 2/41/2, ex trucks, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 8 October 1931
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