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Sydney Market Sydney. October 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 8 October 1931
Sydney Market Sydney, October 7. Australian Consol Inscribed stock, 4 per cent, 1938 (£800), £85 5/, £85; 4 per cent, 1941, £82 7/6, £82 5/; 4 per cent, 1944. £81 7/6. £81 5/: 4 per cent.. 1947. £80 5/: 4 per cent, 1953. £78 15/: 4 per cent, 1955. £78 5/: 4 per cent, 1957. £78 5/; 4 per cent, 1959. £78 5/. £78 7/6; 4 per cent, 1961. £78 10/; Commercial Bank of Australia. 15/4-i; Commercial Bank of Syd ney. £14: E, S. & A. Bank. 83/; Bank of New South Wales. £27 10/. £27 12/6; Steam, Sydney Ferries. 9/3; Insurance. Mercantile Mutual. 12/6; Queensland, 35/: Gas. Austra lian B. 94/; Breweries. Toohey's, 14/2, 14/3; Tooth. 20/; Miscellaneous. Amalgamated Wireless, buyer. 20/3: contributing, buyer. 14/: seller. 15/3: A. Hordern. 8/9; Associated Newspapers. 2/3: do, pref, 8/; Australian Glass. 27/7%. 27/6: British Tobacco. 26/6; Broken Hill Proprietary. 13/; Bums phllp 34/; Cumberland Paper. 1st pref, 19/; Dun lop-Perdrlau. 9/2; do, pref, 21/9; Golds brough. Mort. 24/3. 24/1%: Mau...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 8 October 1931
BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS announcements under this heading must bTanthentlcated by the name and addreu of the sender, and are Inserted JTsiCharge of Two Shillings and SU oenea each when not exrwllng five fines: over live lines, sixpence per Hue. Daath Advertisements In which a Funeral Announcement is made are charged tor «7lf the Death and Funeral were sepa rate announcements, namely—The minl nSi chsflg*of2/6 and 3/4 respectively. In Memortun and Death Advertisements containing reference to more than one deceas-d are charged 2/6 each for each deceased mentioned, as If they were dis tinct and separate announcanentt. Engagements and Approaching Carriage Notices require the signature of both P*&lt;-h«mk concerned. BIRTHS HURRELL. —On the 6th October, at the Chatham private Nursing Home, Keswick, to Hilda,wife of H. R. Hurrell, Warooka — a bonny son. Both well. Thanking Dr. C. E. Downing and Sister Williams. PRICE (nee Florence E. Catt). —On the 6th. October, at the Memorial...
PETERBOROUGH [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 8 October 1931
PETERBOROUGH In the parish hall, Peterborough, a sur- &nbsp; prise evening was tendered to Miss Nellie Ferry and Mr Colin Cox, on the eve of their wedding. About 50 friends of the guests attended. On behalf of those pre- sent, Mr. E. G. Phillips wished Miss Ferry and Mr. Cox health, wealth, prosperity and long life. For dancing music was supplied by Miss Mabel Ferry's orchestra, assisted by Mrs. J. J. O'Brien. Supper was provided by the women.
Trades Hall Overawes N.S.W. Government Sydney. October 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 8 October 1931
Trades Hall Overawes N.S.W. Government Sydney. October 7. In an endeavor to decrease the amount of dole fraud in New South Wales, the Government recently intro-&lt;*> duced new regulations for the issue of food relief. Among other things, these regulations debarred justices of the peace, members of Parliament, and union secretaries from vouching for ap- ! plicants for the dole. Immediately there was a storm of protests from the Trades Hall. The Minister for Labor and Industry air. Baddeley) has now decided to permit union secretaries to endorse food relief applications.
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.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 9 October 1931
t/Sk Emulsion as a regular part oi yaar children's diet is your greatest ■BEurance of their future good Health. It builds strength and powers of resis tance: 6 Avoid drudgery. Use Hl-speed Kit fcben Grease Remover. 1/6 all stores. • WIRELESS SENSATION Messrs. Ernest Smith & Co., of Alfred Chambers, No. 1, Carrie-street, an nounce the most ?""™g development in Electric Badio Receivers. The New Scharnberg-Straus? 3, of which they are the sole distributors, is a vastly superior receiver, and is the result of years of research. Price In veneered console, £17 IV. Terms, £2 deposit, ■ad 6/9 weekly. *281-2 | FARMEB'S GREAT RECORD Everybody Joins In heartily congratu lating Farmer on his wonderful goal- Uddng record. ZAC, however, has put up a performance equally Meritorious. The number of "cures" mistered this season by this wonder ful cough remedy exceed all previous IwnifilflP? 9d. and 1/6 bottle. I •279eu0 Dr. H. Crotty, Bishop of Bathnrst, "who wiQ be 45 today, has bad rapW nom...
Index To Advertisements Page [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 9 October 1931
Index To Advertisements Page J?T¥111K?J||IWnT3S 9m -a a- a mm mm Auctions .. •• .• .. .. .. •« .• «• 12 Business Partnerships. &c 4 ■ Blrtbs. Marriages, and Deaths .. 18 Board and Residence Vacant .. ..' 5 Board and Eesldence Wanted .. ... 5 Business Notices *** Cycles 1* Carriers. Sec .. .. .. .. .- 12 Drapery and clothing .. .. .. .. L* Dogs. Cats, tec 13 Funeral Notices — •• * ' Govt. Advertisements IS Hotels and Holiday Resorts .. .. * Houses and Land Wanted .. .. .. 4 Homes and Flats Wanted .. .. .. 4 Houses and Flats to Let .. .. .. 4 Bouses and land for Sale 4 Late Advertisements .. 20 Lena! Notices 2* Lost and Found .. .. .. .. .. .. 12 Mf^ir?.i * Missing Friends 4 - Money. Bt"- 1"'. and Snares .. .. ..* 4 Motor Oars 12 Motor Cycles .. 12 Motor Tour Notice* .. .. .. .. 3 Miscellaneous 32 : Offices, Warehouses, ex., to bet .; -4 Persons Wanted .. S : Futile Compaalea «. •• •• ?• •• *« 3ft - PuHlc Notices .. .. .. .. .... ■ ; Professional Engagements •• **■ S Fm&am...
MINING NEWS TELFER NORTH [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 9 October 1931
MINING NEWS TELFER NORTH The secretary of Telfer North Gold Min- &lt;*> ing Company, N.L., advises receipt of the following report, furnished by Mr. R. B. Lugg on prospecting ares No. 1430 N., a. 12 months' option. on which has been ac quired by the company. •■Prospecting area No. 1430 N., of 24 acres, is situated about 3',j miles north-west or Nannine, and adjoins tne northern boun dary of prospecting area No. 1416 N-, TChich at the present time is being deveT cpod by -the Roma Syndicate, of Perth. Tiie area (No. 14030 N.) was selected by me on account of its favorable position as regards the discoveries l&en Tnyif* on P.A. No. 141G. as the general strike of the lines or lode on their property appears from surface indications to pass through the area and also if zhe underlie of the lode, now being developed by the Eoma Syndi cate continues as at present, the lode will pass into P.A. N. 1430 N.. at a depth or about 300 feet. Numerous reef out crops o! premising ch...
BROADCASTING 5CL—411 Metres [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 9 October 1931
BROADCASTING 5CL— 411 Metres 7.30 to 8.30 —News and musical items. 11 —Daily broadcast service, conducted by Pastor J. J. Stclz 11.10—Musical Items. 11.30—Homecrafts conducted by "Eco- nomlst." 11.45—Musical Items 12 Com mercial session. 12.15—Ne*s. 12.30—Musi cal items. 12.50—Weather and grain re port. I—Musical items, lj—Tile second news service. I.ls—Musical Items. 1.59— Items of Interest. 2—Close down. 3—Radio matinee. 4—Sophie Bockmaa, mezzo-soprano, and Walter Basso. 4—Vic toria Reynolds. 4.ls—Radio matinee (con tinued). 4.3o—Close down. 5-50— Children's session, conducted by "Auntie Peggy." 6.3o—Dinner music 7 Stock Exchange, markets, end news. 720— Musical numbers. 7.3o—"SUvius" sporting. 7.4o—Mr. S. T. Facy. 7.so—Musical Items B—"Eufus." 8.30— A novelty presentation of the latest release records. B.so—Elder Conservatorlum String Quartet. Sylvia Whittngton. violinist; Oeorge Pearce, pianist; Elder Conservatorlum String Quar tet; George Pearce, pianist; Elder Conser vatorlum ...
GOLD BOUNTY PAYMENTS How Claims Must Be Made [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 9 October 1931
GOLD BOUNTY PAYMENTS How Claims Must Be Made In connection with the gold bounty, the Minister of Trade (Mr. Forde) says that many prospectors and miners are apparently not acquainted with the steps milch should be taken to enable them to participate in the bounty. The bounty is payable to those who produce the gold. The first essential is that each producer shall register with the Collector of Customs for the Slate. Any producer toSio does not do this will not participate in the bounty. Each registered producer must sell his gold to a licensed gold buyer &lt;the banks are usually licensed gold buyers), and obtain from the buyer a certificate in respect of the sale. Two copies of each certificate are issued. These must be counter signed by the registered producer, who should said one copy as soon as he receives it to the Collector of Ons toms. The other copy he keeps until he puts in his claim for bounty, to which the second copy of each certi ficate should be attached. Claim...
3LO—371 Metres [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 9 October 1931
3LO—371 Metres 7.3o—Orchestra, Ensemble, Mrs. Maurice Dudley and "Lyric Four," Ensemble Mrs. Maurice Dudley and "Lyric Four." En- &lt;*> semble. 8—Rita Coonan, soprano; Hilda R?lmann. violin. B.3o—Band: Norman Mcnzles. baritone. B.4s—Band: Mary Mack, contralto; band; "Two Bobs." band: Nor man Mtmzles. Band. 9.Ss—Mary Mack, con tralto. "Two Bobs." 10—Weather data. 10.3 —Rex Orchestra. ll—Close.
STENTOR EXPECTED AT PORT ADELAIDE TODAY Will Load Large Cargo For Great Britain [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 9 October 1931
STENTOR EXPECTED AT PORT ADELAIDE TODAY Will Load Large Cargo For Great Britain George Wills & Co., agents for tbe Stentor. reported yesterday that the ve Adelaide from Melbourne about S o'clc The Stentor will berth at Nos. 1 and 2. Queen's Wharf, where ehe win load 1,400 bales of wool. 1,000 tons of wheat, 900 tons ol flour, 250 Hogsheads of wine. 100 bolts of sheepskins, 2^200 boxes of dried fruits, S3 tons of pollard, and £0 tons of barley. Tbe vessel will 6all lor Dunkirk, Hull, London, and Glasgow tomorrow. The Inter-State cargo steamer MlTnrtft^ft arrived at Fort Adelaide from Bockhamp ton, via eastern States, about 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon, and berthed at Mc- Laren Wharf to discharge approximately 680 tons of general cargo for Adelaide con signees. Her egents. Howard Smith and Co., say that later the vessel will be moved to Mo. 2 Quay, where she will load a large quantity of mixed merchandise. The Mundalla Is scheduled to sail on tbe return trip at noon tomorrow....
Advertiser Crosswords—l97 [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 9 October 1931
Advertiser Crosswords — l97 THE CLUES ACROSS _ _ 1 Busy place. 4 Spot. 7 Caper. 10 Root out. 11 Metei g dS*. 16 Necessitate. 19 Racial 22 Empty. 24 Notch. ■ 1 25 Frolic. 27 Animpl 1 1 28 Food schemes. 30 Fresh. 32 Which person. 34 Ait. 35 Orders. 36 Action. 37 Nothing. 38 Stoppage. 39 Demon. 40 Being. 1 41 Birds. 43 Liquors. I 45 Rods. 46 Writer. 49 Makes dulL 52 ddigo plant. DOWN wlSl™,^ 1 Obscurity. 55 Personnel. „ *-?„«-«■ 56 Resound.. 2 Ou«kb. 57 Affirmative. 3 Dig. 58 Stitch, 4 Parched. 59 Cut. 5 Sign. Solution No. 196 ' 6 Superman. I Seizure. 8 Eager. g Voting 12 Enquiry 15 Baked clay. 17 Term used in electrolysis. g IS2& 21 Image. 23 Finger 26 Split 28 Hubbub 29 Measure. 31 Moral. 32 Minute 33 Peculiar. 35 Penalties. 36 Cuts up. 38 Circle of light. 39 Touch. 40 Trees 42 Barrel. 44 Prophets. 46 Headgear 47 Mud/ 48 Garment 50 District. • 51 Bird. * Unused. ANOTHER PROBLEM TOMORROW
POINTS FROM LETTERS Adelaide's Almond Blossoms [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 9 October 1931
POINTS FROM LETTERS Adelaide's Almond Blossoms From A. T. Saunders—In London "Overseas" for September. 1931, is an article by Gertrude Mack, who writes that a friend had girl just returned ! from a world tour, and on looking back i said—"l find lasting pictures of Ed in- > buign. Florence, and Adelaide. They are the loveliest cities—Edinburgh against a winter sky, Florence in autumn, and Adelaide when the almond trees blossom. Each is a wonder city, land each different from the other. Before my first visit to Adelaide I lived in Japan, and had seen the wonders of the Japanese cherry trees in all seasons. Then I went &lt;a Adelaide, ii ■was early springtime, and the almond trees were bursting into Sourer. Their beauty was more ethereal than the ■wondrous cherry trees. On the plains jand ud among the foothills stretched acre after acre of delicate loveliness." Irksome Council Restrictions I From "Painter," North Adelaide:—lt Is not only in their parking by-laws that the Ade...
GOLD STANDARD AND TRADE BRITISH CAPITAL RESERVES To the Editor [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 9 October 1931
GOLD STANDARD AND TRADE BRITISH CAPITAL RESERVES To the Editor Sir—There can be no comparison be- &lt;*> tween the financial policy of Austra- &lt;*> lian Labor as propounded by Mr. Lang or Mr. Weathers, and the policy adopted by the National Government of Great Britain In conjunction with "The Old Lady of Threadneedle-street." Despite the acquisition by Prance and America of the world's liquid gold supply, Bri tish sterling is proving itself to'be the mercury in the thermometer of inter national finance. Events in a short period have shown that Britain can go off the gold standard and yet main tain a controlling influence on the world's monetary svstems. without the evil effects of inflationary counter feiting, as such a policy would affect tragically other nations, including Aus tralia. At Antwerp wool prices rose rapidly, because quotations were in sterling; whereas at Boubaix and Tourcoing business was sluggish, be cause prices were quoted in francs. Americ...
MR. LANG'S ACTIONS "Disgraceful Repudiation" Sydney, October 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 9 October 1931
MR. LANG'S ACTIONS "Disgraceful Repudiation" Sydney, October 8. Outspoken criticism of the Lang Gov- &lt;*> ernment was the feature of the address of the president of the Employers Federation of New South Wales (Mr. C. M. McDonald) at the annual meet- &lt; ing of the federation today. } "Since the advent of the Labor Gov- ' t eminent, a policy of destruction and re- , pudiation has been pursued," he said,:j "culminating in the disgraceful repudia- . i tion by the State of our English debts, I. although foreign countries did notj -, suffer. jj "Before the elections," he went on,1' "we heard the Labor leader stating that:, the depression was a mvth, manufac- ;' tured by the anti-Labor forces for ~ sinister motives. Promises of imme- : j tiiate return to prosperity and un- !' limited employment were given in re- |; turn for his election. Within a few i' months of the election, we find the ■ • same leader, with an empty Treasury. | i holding to office at all costs." M...
PROHIBITIVE TARIFF CLUMSY AVD INJURIOUS WEAPON To the Editor [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 9 October 1931
PROHIBITIVE TARIFF CLUMSY AVD INJURIOUS WEAPON To the Editor I am. Sir. &c., F. S. ALFORD, St. Peters. Sir—It is now evident that the Scul- &lt;*> lin Government is determined to blud- &lt;*> geon the new tariff schedule through the House of Representatives after the increased duties have been in operation for neariy two years without legislative authority. Fortunately, however, the Senate will insist upon a drastic revision of tha schedule in question. Many people, including Labor politicians, are under the beliei that the present prohibitive tariff was capable of serving two purposes. One was to rectify the adverse balance of trade. The other to increase employ ment. The tariff barrier is a clumsy wea pon to use for the purpose of restrict ing imports which a country cannot afford. Such a policy has a boomerang effect, which is evidenced by the re percussions that have followed in the form of retaliatory duties imposed by foreign countries against Aus...
RECONSTRUCTION PLANS REDUCTION OF COSTS REVIVES BRITISH INDUSTRY To the Editor [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 9 October 1931
RECONSTRUCTION PLANS REDUCTION OF COSTS REVIVES BRITISH INDUSTRY To the Editor I am. Sir. &c., H. C. HOGBEN. Hon. Secretary Political Reform League. Sir—Your correspondents on the Bri- &lt;*> tish and Australian plans of recon- &lt;*> struction are so confusing the issue that one should set out clearly the different plans. The many plans of the Australian Labor Parly all include tne Xcilowing points:—l. A release of credits to varying extents by direct in flation of the currency, which ™?nt that the inflation would probably pass beyond control, and produce in Aus tralia the disasters that afflicted Ger many and other lands. 2. A raising of prices to the 1929 level, which would hopelessly involve Governments in budgetary deficits and raise costs against the workers and export indus tries. 3. The surrender of the Com monwealth Bank Board to inflation ists, appointed by inflationist poli ticians. This was the reason for the Senate's rejection of the Reserv...