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GOLDEN HORSESHOE RE-TREATING Kalgoorlie, October 7 [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 8 October 1931

GOLDEN HORSE-aTOE HE-TREATING. Kalgoorlle. October 7. The Golden Horseshoe (New). Limited, re-treoted 41.560 tons or the company's tailing dump in Sentember. The esti mated value of the yield wk £7.338, the estimated exnend?bir» £4,318. and the estimated profit £3.020.

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

SEsA IE JR S '—— CORNER RUNDLE AND PULTENEY STREETS (FITCH'S CORNER). ALL UPHOLSTERY PRICES REDUCED ALL GOODS | GUARANTEED. 1 ? -i Attractive Designs Beautiful Finishes ? Real Values flNOEXTRAi j: CHARGE J :! FOR PACKING. 1 SLATERS UPHOLSTERY IS BUILT UP TO VALUE NOT DOWN TO PRICE. j [?] 2 ONLY LOVELY LOUNGE SDIUS, In Genoa Velvet. USUALLY ??? ? ' £15 15/ »™» £11/19/6 1 ONLY SMART LOUNGE BUXBE, ^ tjsuaii*- InMb-»uette- W- ; £19 19/ ^ ^ £14/14/-' y ' BEAUTJFTJL EASY CHAIRS, ~ Covered to Your Own *Mfcti-in. ? ? 5o/*°» 35A i GLORY BOXES ^ NICELY SHAPED AND ATTRACTIVE - - COVERINGS, ' ;5|| 49/6 «? 37/6 1 1 ONLY LOUNGE SUITE IN ART SILK DAMASK. Fully Sprung Throughout. Built to Give lasting Satisfaction. £%r% /4 rfV I f% USUAL PRICE XT O / I O ItZ. £13 10/ To dear at- XO/ 1 Vf D CALL AND INSPECT THESE BARGAINS. '. INSPECT SLATERS BEAUTIFUL MODEL FURNISHED -ROOMS^'

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
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MANAGERS' REPORTS [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 8 October 1931

MANAGERS' REPORTS Klmoerley OH Ontions. NX. — Patricia: For half-month ended September 30 — 'Patricia South. No. 2 shaft, advanced 26 to 100 ft. Three feet xcut connected with level. Are now stoplng ore for the next round of crushlngs at Yarri State Bat tery.' Kuila tumour. — Working both ' dredges for the month ending October 31. Tarapok! (N.Z.) OH Fields. Nl.- Octo- ber 5— 'Waltanei No. 2 we-!-^Re=umed oue ration-5 Srotember 30. Cleaned out cav lnes and drilled ahead tn 2.020 ft. Jn firmer formation. Moturoa Oilfields. Ltd.. re port well No 2 pulled out screen and ex perimented with swabbing to see effect on produrtton. SwabblnJ? ?oroduced 123 bar rels clean oil. but brought too much sand Into well: now cleaning out.'

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FOR THE MAN ON THE LAND Helping the Primary Producer [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 8 October 1931

FOR THE MAN ON THE LAND Helping the Primary Producer Ever since its first issue, over seventy years ago, 'The Chronicle' has given special prominence to matters of in terest to the primary producer. Every section of the agriculture and stock raising industries nas been catered lor, I the space devoied to this section being continually increased. That the con sideration given in this direction is warmly appreciated is shown by the steady and increasing patronage ac corded to the paper. Apart from the regular weekly contributions by expert contributors, there are in this week's issue special articles on dairy herd management, and also the results of the butterfat competition, which has been won by the Fresian breed for the third year in succession, a result at tributed to sound breeding, wise feed ing, and efficient management. The detailed table of results is most infor mative. Other articles deal with the question of ensilage on Yorke Penin sula, where, according to Mr. R. Win Distr...

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Real Tennis Weather: Cabinet Colleagues: Surf Calls Again: Oarsmen Reappear [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 8 October 1931

J^^a/ Tennis Weather: Cabinet Colleagues: Surf Ca lls Again : Oarsmen Reappear ? ? ^^?SB*^ ^^«B^ RESTING BETWEEN SETS at the women's tennis yesterday. Brilliant sunshine made conditions most enjoyable. Above (from left) — **-«—» Edna Lawrence, Betty Ward, Evelyn Martin, Jean Cocks, Gwen Griffiths, and Roma Wadey. HEATHER FOR LUCK^-An unconventional picture of three prominent members of the British Cabinet— shortly after the Nationalist Government was formed. The Dominions Secretary (Mr. Thomas) helps himself to a sprig of heather from the Prime Minister (Mr. BfacDonaid). Mr. Baldwin looks on sm*13'cly. YESTERDAY'S WARMTH pot this kookaburra in a genial mood. He belongs to the Lord Mayor (Mr. Glover). AT THE FIRST OPPORTUNITY oarsmen cet afloat. lart tdjrlit uisM from St Peter's Coflege began tninlnp on the Torrens, undeterred by the fact that the river has not propefly filled. WEATHER MAKES LJTTXE l-l**aiKKNCE to ttoe taead wear of Adelaide's men folk. A few samples nsppedat random ...

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

To-day in the /ftps Upstairs Cafe, 3 Course Meal, 1/6 lXrU5*V Downstairs Business Men's Hot Lunch, 1/ Next to Majestic, also Red 'E' Cafe, Grenfell Street 1 She 2totifrttser II * TBVBSDAT, OdOBER 9, U31 lai^LA&^li * PURE MALT %J*M%*°6 WHISKY

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

MOTOR CYCLES HI worm 1/ per insertioal (VkoCCKAXE Keg.-mos, Including Futon ud 183. Funders-st. I A J£, SiOBTOXS. Lewises. Radco, Sapremu, JfV Bex. innelds, seeing cheap. — Fisher's, fcuu-u. A 14, Regrinda, 1S/S. 26/ti; written guaran tee; Valves, «/6; Gudgeons, 2/6; all Piston sfcrgs, 1/3. All Repairs done. Price list tree. — fcmah, 112, Fliuders-sU ' A liSOLUTE opportunity iecnr* almost new XS. 1930 3, h.p. Triumph, electric, sacrifice; terms. — Lenruc's. ? A nr.i ?«'»«?- genuine bargains ? Saddle Tank ifl- B-3-i.'a, Si h.p. S, h.p, electric, torn £i~ 10/. — Leone's AJ.S., 2J b.p., £22 10/; 2| OiT, electric model, aii 10/; terms, £7 10/ deposit, 7/6 weekly. — Hobbard Motors, Ltd., Grote-st. AfiOX, Si OJLV., electric, perfect con Xa. diiion, £S8 10/; terms arranged. — Bol- ters Ariel Sales. A RIEL, 2S0 O.H.V., electric, 19S0, some A tHiwg special; tarns. — Bolton's Ariel Gales, Hrie-stieet. — WSECKQ.G all makes Motor Cycle* at . Edgar Ferguson, 110, Gaxler-pL ALBIOS Gearbox and Vii...

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

miWRd REORGANISATION -£ Aff Hllill-fl^Vl STARTS TODAY AT 9 SHARP ^9 XVtt «A#b 1 m m B^y see bargain usts °n pages t- 7 and ie — — — — — ???? New Hair -Next Week! [A££gF»] Hair Sense -At Last! LOOK As»«l^^^bt WHAT JHB^B.^«. 1» JmSSm GROWING HER - OWN HAIR! n ? r. — /? mi STANDARD MODEL with Bright Nickel Handle 17/6 LOOK — -what happened here! {This letter from Miss GJ1-, New Cross, London, together with thousands of other unashed-jor testi monials, has been received) fk 'Before asms; your deetrie '& Comb my hair was very g^, thin, straight and dulL I MM even had a bald patch which was spreading almost dally. 'After 7 days there was a remarkable difference. The bald patch was entirely covered with new youne hair. The rat of my hair took cm a most brilliant colour and w a a much thicker. ?Td tued your Electric Comb for 6 weeks whon I had this last photo taken. You can see what a won derful difference it hai k made. It is perfectly k healthy, thick, full of licht ML and colour,...

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ENGLISH WHEAT MARKET Poor Enquiry—Prices Easier LONDON, October 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 8 October 1931

ENGLISH WHEAT MARKET Poor Enquiry — Prices Easier LONDON. October 6. Cargoes had poor enquiry today. W..JJ seSersM. quarter easier, but Sn^rs CM S~trespond Parcels were 3d. to 61 Iowa lor Manitoba* and Btoss'-ans. and 3d. STraSSrfor Plates and Australians, but buyers were reserved owing to the poli tical situation. A shipment by the Bea Cruaehaa sold at 24/ to Liverpool, and SSSstoy the Clan MacFarlane «n«S™: 4/10%.

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CHICAGO WHEAT CHICAGO October 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 8 October 1931

5114 cents, and July. 51% cente.

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INVESTMENT STOCKS [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 8 October 1931

INVESTMENT STOCKS The following shows the J*5* f^SfJ S^^S^Stl^oTleaiSfmve^ il *! u i: ft !l £ £ £ 3T4 px, 19*7. Mar.-Sept. ..100 100 76/-/- 4 £.t: 1947. Ma£-Sept. ..100 100 80/-/- 4 pj£ I9S0. Feb.-Aug. ..100 100 79/-/- 4 pxt US* Apr.-Oct .100 100 TW0/ 4 pxT 1951. Max.-Seot. 100 100 78/5/- BANKS Australasia (AprU-Oct. 11 px) ? 5 .5 »/»'- Adelaide (May-Nov.. 7 p.c.) 5 5 4/8/6 Australian Bank of Com merce (Jan-July. 4 ox.) 1 1 l*/- Commercial of Sydney ,,«, (Jan-July. 8«.i px.) ... 25 12% 14/5/- NJ6.W. (quarterly from _-„„/ Feb 8% PX) ? 20 20 27/10/ FINANCIAL Bennett & Fisher ford.) 1 1 5/5 Bennett & Fisher (B pret.) ? 1 1 «/«»% Elder. Smith {Mar.-Sept-, __„ 4 px.) ? 10 6 5/10/- Goldsbrough. Mort (June Dec, 5 px.) .... 1 1 24/3 LIGHTING Stx.)°^ ..(Feb'*ue: 5 i i I*™ Adelaide Electric (ord, June-Dec. 10 p.c) .. 11 ^6/7 Adelaide Eectrtc (pref., Mar.-Sept- 6 px.) .. 11 20/7 ^Sept^^Tvc'r*- 1 1 21/10 TRANSPORT Adelaide Stepmshlp (Mar. Sept, 4 px.) ? 1 1 16/2 Huddart. Parker ...

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AUSTRALIAN DEBENTURES LONDON, October 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 8 October 1931

AUSTRALIAN DEBENTURES ? LONDON. October 6. The latest quotations for the following Australian debenture stocks are: — Sept. 22 Oct. 6 Mvt. £ £ Australian Mercan tile Land. and Finance (4 p.c) 61/-/- 61/-/- = City Sydney ? (6 p.C 1332) .. .. 90/-/- 87/-/- 60/-t Dalgety tc Co. (snares) ? 5/-/- 5/1/3 1/3* Dalgety & Co. (4 p.c. debenture stock) ? 65/-/- 63/5/- 35/ -t Goldsbrough. Mort and Co. (5 p.c 'B' deb. stock) 62/10/- 62/10/- = ^Stationary. tDecrease. 'Increase.

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1932 PROGRAMMES [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 8 October 1931

1932 PROGRAMMES Advance features published in this week's 'Motor Cycle' show that vari ous companies are now following time tried features of Budge Whitworth, by adapting the four overhead valves — four-speed gearbox — interchangeable wheels— coupled brakes, and returning in many instances to the upright cylinder. Latest 1931 Rudges are available in all models, including two Radial head jobs '250' and '350,' which nave been so successful during past two years— every mail brings further successes, and now the Swedish T.T. 250 class has been won again by Rudge. The lightweight T.T. and many other classical events this year have been won by this popular make, using every fea ture that is standard in the every day machine — contrary to popular belief Rudge is not a racing machine — but one of the most docile and tractable motor cycles made, with long lasting quali ties at a price below any other de luxe model offered in South Australia. Harry Butler, at Berri, won the scratch event, and...

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
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Monetary and Commercial BRITAIN'S TRADE Imports And Exports Lower By the City Editor [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 8 October 1931

Monetary and Commercial I BRITAIN'S TRADE | Imports And Exports Lower By the City Editor Statistics were recently given in tbe trade and navigation returns of Great Britain's overseas trade for the first half of the current year. Commenting on tlw figures, the 'Econonjist' said that, as. for many months past, any account of the changes in the direc tion of the country's trade, resolved itself into a melancholy allocation of greater or less decreases. The tendency since the besmlng of the slump has been for Britain's trade with foreign countries outside Europe to suffer most, and that with European countries to suffer least. The latest figures showed that this tendency had been main tained. British imports durinjr the first half of this year, at £417,874.000 'were, roughly, 23 per cent, below the level of 1930'; but, while imports from foreign countries outside Europe de clined by 31 per cent, those from foreign European countries and. British countries declined by 17* and 21 per cen...

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FOREIGN EXCHANGES LONDON, October 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 8 October 1931

FOREIGN EXCHANGES LONDON. October 6. Fails. ae-i «2421 francs to f). New YcVC 3.87'i (4.86 2-3R1 dollars to C). Brussels, 27*i f35 belgas to £}. Genera. 19»i (25.22 francs to £). _^ Amsterdam. 9*4 -12iO7 florins to £). MHan. 76-,4 (92.46 lire to £). Berlin. 17 (20.43 marks to £). Stockholm. 161't (18.159 kroner to *). Copenhagen. 17-,4 (18459 kroner to £). Oslo. 17«i (18.159 kroner to £). Vienna. 31 (34-58-'2 schilgs to £). Plague. 128 (164U kroner to £). Hetelngfors. 162% (19323 F. marks to Madrid, 42«,i (25.221% pesetas to £). Lsbort. IOT% fescudo to £). Athens. 235 (375 amrtimne to £)? Bucharest. €35 (813.6 lei to £). Bio He Janeiro. 314 (IB sence to mils). ? Buenos Awes. 31% (47.62 pence to Deso). Monte Video 21% (51 pence to peso). Bi3»y. 1?W4 (18 pence to rame). Shanghai. 1/7% (sterling to tael). Yokohama. VG\b (sterUiw to yen}. KonKkone. 1/2*4 (sterling to dollar). SSeF toot). 04% oz.: (forward). 1/5 .ex.

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MONTREAL EXCHANGE MONTREAL, October 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 8 October 1931

MONTREAL EXCHANGE MONTREAL. October 6. Montreal exchange was auoted today ax 4 dollars 44 cents to pound.

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DOLLAR EXCHANGE [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 8 October 1931

DOLLAR EXCHANGE The Associated Banks received a cable gram -en Wednesday, dated London. October 6, giving the buying sight exchange. New York on London, at 3 doUars 93 cents to the pound. The rate on October 5 was 3 dollars 80 cents. NATIONAL B&NK The following Is a general abstract of average liabilities and assets ol the Ka tiona* Bank ol Australasia. Limited, in South Australia, lor the charter ended September 30: — Liabilities.— notes in circu lation. £9,8f5: bills In circulation, not bear Ins interest. £3.964; balances due to other banks. £20,320; deposits, -by the Crown, not bearing Interest. £2.355; by other per sons, not bearing Interest. £709.815: bear.ng Interest. £3.054.541; . total liability. £3300,870. Assets-^^oln. £46,197; ca=h with Commonwealth Bank. £414.175; Aus tralian notes. £384,613; landed and other property. £111.1C5; bank furniture. £5.032; n=tes and bills of other bants, £9.185; balances due by other banks (not Includ ing current account with Commonw...

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LOCAL WHEAT STEADY Prices Unchanged [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 8 October 1931

LOCAL WHEAT STEADY Prices Unchanged ^^J?1?. ^k advices on Wednesday *sve the English wheat market on the previous day as quiet and easier, owing to the lm p'?I'e-i.?xcham5e Position, prices were nomi nally 3d. lower. A Continental report stated that the markets there were becoming daily more depressed. The only business In Australian grain mentioned was 3.000 tons In the Bltterfleld now loading at Syd ne5- IL23/3 quarter. cU- for bulk wheat, and 500 tons August shipment from Western Australia at 24/1%. Liverpool futures declined V,d. to 4/2'i cental for October, 'id. to 4 '5% for De cember, was unchanged at 4/8% for March, but down lid. to 4/10% for May. After the do=e Chicago for December ad vanced ll-16d. bushel, and Winnipeg 7-18d. The morket closed quiet, beim? affected by «e raUv in exchange. Otrtions were all up Chlcaeo firmed 1 l-16d. bushel tor both December and March, the respective ?nictations betas 1/11 9-ie and 2/0 13-16. Miv advanced l'fcd to 21% bushel and Ju!v lUd. to...

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RETAIL DAISY PRICES [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 8 October 1931

RETAIL DAIRY PRICES The Retail Grocers' Association of South Australia reports that the re tail selling prices are: — Butter. — Choicest factory. l/6l,i to 1/7 fe lb.; second grade factory. 1/4 lb to 1/5VS. Eggs ranged from 8d. to 1/5. Bacon. — Best rashers. 1/ to 1/1; *'?*' rasheis. 1/4 lb. Cheese. — New. lid. lb.: matured. 1/4 to I/B. Onions. — Brown. Id. lb.: 6 lb. for 6d. Potatoes. — 7 lb. for 8d. WHEAT, FEED GRAINS. AND PRODUCE Wheat. — Merchants' buying limits for growers' lets. f.a.q.. trucks. Port Ade laide or chief shipping outports, 2/3 bushel. Flour. — £v-r leading city brands, mil lers' quotations up to £7 ton, less 5/ for cash. Mill Offal (city net prices).— Bran, up to £3 15/ per ton. trucks, mill door, far ton lots. Pollard, up to £4 10'. trucks, mill door, for ton lots. Barley. — Old crop. No. 1, nominally about 2/2; second grade, about 1/11 per bushel. Port Adelaide, for growers' lots. Oats. — Old crop, good feed Algerian, nominally about 1/6 per bushel. Fort Adelai...

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POSTAL ARRANGEMENTS October 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 8 October 1931

? ? October 8. UNITED KINGDOM, 'EUROPE. CEYIOH, EGYPT. INDIA. enKJAPOBE.— Per Mon golia, (dne IVwirlnTH November 7-— Letters ^i^ ^ywrnn^wto^ papers, this day 10J30 « *¥i ; late fee, 12 «''' Supplementary, via Fremantle— Beglstered letters, -Oils day. 6 pan,; tetters and commercial, papers, October 9, 8 aJn.; 9J30 sja. from railway. _ . ? UNITED KJN3OOM. EUROPE {spedaBT endanEed). EGYPT. INDIA. «'.t«, CEYLON, per Jervis Bay (due Ton don. November 11)— Newspapers (all sea route), October 12, 10 ajn.; parcels, Oc tober 12. 10 ajn. Supplementary, via £remantle-Beglsteied letters, October 12, 6 ppi x IfttfTB and a*fymm-*rrliil papers, October 13, 8 ftm, 9.30 turn, from rail way. ? ATOSTRftT.Tft-KAnAdTT-aJONDON. EOBOEE — Air mail closes 8 ajn, October 10, G.P.O.. connects with' Mongolia at Sre Tnantle (due London, November 3). **«? fees, Adelaide, to Perth, 3d. per »4 «z_ plus 6d. per Vi oz. Karachi-London or Egypt, In addition to ordinary postage. 4d. per % oz. lor Persia. Iraq. Palestin...

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