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PREFERENCE TO RETURNED SOLDIERS "Should Be Done Away With" R.S.L. ATTACKED [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 9 October 1931
PREFERENCE TO RETURNED SOLDIERS "Should Be Done Away With" R.S.L. ATTACKED An attact upon the preference prin- &lt;*> ciple of the Returned Soldiers' League was made by the president of the Imperial Ex-service Association (Lieut.- Col. H. Glyn Chevens). who passed through yesterday on the liner Mon golia on his way to London, where be intends to seek aid for British over seas settlers in Australia. "Imperial ex-service men," he said, "constitute 75 per cent, of the British male migrants to Australia, but at no time has the Returned Soldiers' League given them sympathy or consideration. No attempt has ever been made by the league to get the Australian Govern ment to apply preference to Imperial men, because one of their leading officials informed me that if they asked for an extension of preference they might lose it themselves." Lieut.-Col. Chevens is convinced, however, that the times are past for any preference to be extended to re turned men. All Australian returned so...
Ex-Imperial Men In S.A. Satisfied [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 9 October 1931
Ex-Imperial Men In S.A. Satisfied Mr. W.D. Shennan, president of the Imperial Services sub-branch (S.A.) of the R.S. League of Australia, on being informed last night, of Lieutenant- Colonel Chevens's criticisms, said the Imperial service men in this State had received every consideration from the R..S. League, which had done its ut most to assist them, and had always placed them on an equality with the Australian soldier. On the question of preference, Mr. Shennan said that the Imperial men had been granted preference wherever possible, and generally speafrfng. they were perfecHy satisfied with the treat ment they had received.
HELPING LIMBLESS SOLDIERS Appeal Begins On Monday [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 9 October 1931
HELPING LIMBLESS SOLDIERS Appeal Begins On Monday On Monday the public will be asked to participate in the work of the Limbless Soldiers' Association, which helps disabled ex-soldiers. An appeal I for funds will last until October 26. Last year there was a button day, in addition to a personal appeal, but, as the Lord Mayor (Mr. Glover) allows only one button day a year, and that is granted to the Poppy Day Fund, street sales of badges this year have had to be abandoned. The association has had more calls lon its resources than it has been able to cope vrith. and needs financial assistance badly, especially to provide a good foundation for The provident fund, established for disbursement to limbless men when old age unfits them for work. Of the 250 members of the association, 71 are without one arm, 171 without one leg. six without legs, and two without an arm and a leg. For them the association has done splendid work. On Saturday more than 7.000 cir culars will be posted throughout...
British Elections (Continued from Page 19) LONDON, October 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 9 October 1931
British Elections (Continued from Page 19) LONDON, October 7. Beginning the election campaign, the Prime Minister issued his "Appeal to the nation," as fol lows : — "The present National Government was formed in baste to meet a swiftly approaching crisis. It stopped bor rowing, imposed economy and balanced the Budget. World conditions .and in ternal financial weakness, however, made it impossible for the Government to achieve its immediate object. Ster ling came off gold, and the country must now E3 through a period of re covery and readjustment, during whicn steps of the utmost importance nation ally and internationally must be taken to secure stability and avoid a recur rence of the recent troubles "A monetary policy must be fotr.d which will establish sterling in cor.fl- i denee and authority, international agreement which will remove some of the most fruitful causes of economic : misfortunes— Vs>L2 war debts and repara- i tions —from which the whole world is I now suffering s...
ANIMATED BIDDING FOR WOOL Second Adelaide Sale EASTERN STATES' VALUES MAINTAINED [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 9 October 1931
ANIMATED BIDDING FOR WOOL Second Adelaide Sale EASTERN STATES' VALUES MAINTAINED Bidding- was animated and at times excited at the second Ade-&lt;*> laide wool sale, which, began yes-&lt;*> terday. Values were on a par with those obtained in the eastern States this week, and showed a marked advance on those ruling at the Sep tember sales here. The highest price obtained was 12M. for four bales of AAA ewes, sold on account of Mr. H. A. Hall, Carunna station, via Iron Knob. The catalogue totalled 32,000 bales, comprised to a large extent of clips drawn from the pastoral country in the West Darling districts of New South Wales, and the far north, north-west, and north-east of this State. A num ber of farmers' dips from the agricul tural areas, and odd lots from the West Coast and mallee country east of the Murray, were also submitted. The pastoral wools showed wonderful growth, and, on account of the splen did season experienced, were, in most cases, stronger in q...
Strong Competition At Sydney Sale Sydney, October 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 9 October 1931
Strong Competition At Sydney Sale Sydney, October 8. Wool sates were held today, when 11,629 bales were offered, and sales, including private transactions, amounted to 12,656 bales. Market conditions were without change at the sale, which was the doe- ' ing one of the week. There was strong general competition, and prices were equal to the previous sales of the week. Greasy Merino fleece sold to 14Jd. for eight bales of Gordon ever Werriwa from Bungendore, and nine bales of W.VJ3. over Mudgee. from Gulgong.
LONDON SALES CLOSED STEADY Slightly Below Best of Series LONDON. October 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 9 October 1931
LONDON SALES CLOSED STEADY Slightly Below Best of Series LONDON. October 7. At the wool sales today 8,957 bales were offered, including 1.069 from New South Wales. 329 from Queensland, 1,481 from Victoria. 1.105 from South Australia. 333 from Western Australia, ■ and 4.586 from New Zealand, of which approximately 6.020 bales were sold. Greaey combines realised for Victorian "Fernleigh." highest llfd. lb.. average Hid.: "Western Australian "Murcbison." 10d. and BJd. Scoured wool brought for Victorian "Brooklyn," highest 17d. lb., average 15id.; South Australian "Wav erley," 16d. and 143d. New Zealand greasy crossbred "Pukati" realised, highest 9d. lb.. average 16. Slipes, "Fielding- Hid. and Bid. The sale closed steady at slightly below the best Drices of the series. Compared with the July closing, greasy Merinos were 5 to 10 per cent, and eupens 10 per cent, higher: scoured combines 5 per cent. lower, and fine crossbreds 10 per cent., and medium 5 per cent, higher. AH other sorts we...
"WOOL BOOM TALK EXAGGERATED" Authorities Say World Position Not Changed LONDON. October 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 9 October 1931
"WOOL BOOM TALK EXAGGERATED" Authorities Say World Position Not Changed LONDON. October 7. Although enquiries are more frequent and more home and foreign orders have been booked in the last fortnight, because of the tariff-like effect of the fall of sterling, anv talk of a wool boom j is considerably exaggerated, said a prominent, wool manufacturer today. Other authorities expressed the opinion that nothing more than a small spurt was noticeable now. They point out that the world position is not changed. "Wool is a world commodity, and world prices have not materially ad vanced,' said one. "We are gaining Drincinally through cancelled Continen tal orders. Hosiery, particularly, is belna; benefited. The most important factor is the liffine of the depression, in which the textile industry has been lons immersed. It is too early, how ever, for undue optimism. If sterling were stabilised at 15/, and Britain in troduced a tariff, we should be in a far better position."
FEATURES THIS HORNING [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 9 October 1931
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WALTER KIRBY ON SERIOUS CHARGE Affected By Anaesthetic, He Declares LONDON, October 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 9 October 1931
WALTER KIRBY ON SERIOUS CHARGE Affected By Anaesthetic, He Declares LONDON, October 8. The Melbourne singer, Walter Kirby, 48. was charged at Westminster Court today with indecency in a public con- &lt;*> venience at Victoria Station on Sep- tember 9. The police evidence was that Kirby was kept under observa tion for an hour. Kirby, on oath, vehemently denied the charge. He said he underwent a painful throat operation that morning, and that hemorrhage was renewed while he was in a bus. Consequently he went to the station to attend to himself. He had a drug before the operation, and felt as if he had lost his memory. He thought is was a stroke. He felt as if he had 20 heads. Sir James Dundas Grant, the throat specialist, who operated on Kirby, gave evidence that Kirby was a mass of nerves. The drug might have affected him more than It would have affected an ordinary person. Kirby was" remanded in custody for a week, under medical -supervision. The magistrate said he had no...
LABOR MAN ON BANK BOARD DEMANDED Sydney. October 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 9 October 1931
LABOR MAN ON BANK BOARD DEMANDED Sydney. October 7. An ultimatum will be served on the Federal Treasurer (Mr. Theodore) by the Labor movement in New South Wales at an early date, demanding that he appoint a Labor nominee to tne vacancy of the Commonwealth Bank Board. Officials of the State Labor Party are secretly" hopeful that Mr. Theodore will refuse to comply wtb.. their request. It is stated ttoat**he move to force hie hand has been made with the object of strengthening the position of Mr. J. Rosevear. the Lang candidate, in the Dalley electorate. Representatives of the Federal Labor Party state the move is merely part of the State AX.P. executive attempt to foist tJieir own nominee on Mr. Tneo "Mr Tfln; is out to wreck the pre sent system." said one member of the Federal A.L.P. "He thinks that by ?stting his own nominee on the Bans Board, through the State AJJ?. e?cn tive, he will have a friend at donrt TOD wSI fight for his interests." '
IN OTHER CITIES Sydney Gossip From our Special Correspondent Sydney, October 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 9 October 1931
IN OTHER CITIES Sydney Gossip From our Special Correspondent Sydney, October 8. There in a pleasant stillness within the city, now that the raucous voice of the politician is hushed for six happy weeks, and nothing exists to dis- turb the peace except the shouts of the bookmakers at Randwick. Calling the odds with almost a sob in the voice, after their debacie on Saturday, they turned to bounding joy wHen a fifty to one shot. Strength, won the Metro politan. The politicians have gone into dis tant retreats; even Mr. Lang proposes to tfkc: a short holiday in the bush. ;Cn his last excursion to the tall sums he returned from his solitude with a fierce array of whiskers, which gave him the appearance of the wild man from Ecmeo., It is to be hoped that he does not bring back on this occa sion any hirsute aids to fearsomeneas. for he is terrifying enough, under nor mal conditions. Bents Reduction Before breaking up, the Cabinet had a final sitting,. clearing up odds and ends and giving E...
COUNCIL VACANCY Citizens' League Supports Independents [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 9 October 1931
COUNCIL VACANCY Citizens' League Supports Independents The Citizens' League has decided to support candidates for the vacancy in the Legislative Council caused by the death of Mr. T. Gluyas in the follow- ing order:—Messrs. J. Anderson, A, O. R. Tapp, L. G. Pilton, T. T. Thompson, J. E. Stephens, K. D. Bardolph. Branch committees of the Adelaide, North Adelaide, West Torrens, and Port Adelaide districts of the Citizens' League met at Balfour's Cafe last night. Mr. L. V. Pellew presided, and he announced that the executive com mittee had met four of the candidates and a statement had been received from another. The resolution concerning the order Of preference was carried unanimously. A campaign executive committee, consisting of the councillors for the districts was appointed, and those pre sent constituted themselves a general committee. The organiser of the Citizens' League (Mr. Bagot) stated that there were 29 committees in the electorate, and their support and that of members sh...
N.S.W. Lottery Clerks Make Big Demands Sydney. October 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 9 October 1931
N.S.W. Lottery Clerks Make Big Demands Sydney. October 8. Remarkable demands are contained in a log of claims which the Clerks' Union will serve on the Public Service Board on behalf of 260 employes in the State Lottery Department. The union asks that the department provide seats with backs and cushions; that where employes work under electric | lights they should receive 25 per cent. | •nore than their ordinary salaries: and ; that morning and afternoon tea should j be provided. The union claims that the cost accountant, in charge of more than 10 men should receive • £15 14. a week. This is the highest rate de manded. Treble rates are required for wort on Sundays and holidays. ■
DIFFICULTIES IN GERMANY 6,500,000 Unemployed To Be Supported LONDON, October 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 9 October 1931
DIFFICULTIES IN GERMANY 6,500,000 Unemployed To Be Supported LONDON, October 7. Though the dissolution of the British Parliament has favorably Influenced the European stock markets, there is still intense nervousness at the turn '.of events in Germany, not only arising from Dr. Bruening's Cabinet problems, out at the continued financial uncer tainty, of which the loss of gold is a symptom. There has been a further disclosure from Berlin that it will be necessary to provide winter sustenance for at least 6.500,000 unemployed. This will be a severe strain on the already de pleted exchequer. It is explained that an benefit from the Hoover moratorium plan will be wiped out by the loss of taxation through a general reduction of incomes. In addition it had been found impos sible to dispose of the new issue of State railway bonds within Germany Today's emergency decree permits pri vate employers to reduce the salaries of highly-paid officials, despite con tracts if the national emergency w...
GERMAN DICTATORSHIP [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 9 October 1931
GERMAN DICTATORSHIP A change of Government amount- &lt;*> ing to a suspension of the Constitution, is the latest development in Germany. To render this possible, Dr. Bruening has reconstituted his Government: and. economic rehabilitation being the first necessity, he has taken into part nership as Ministers some of the most prominent industrialists in the Repub-j lie Except that a rieid dictatorship is now formaliv '""established, the new regime involves, in nractice. no ereat departure from the 6tate of things j which has prevailed for some time pact; for. «■ Jong ego as April, eser- Kency decrees etened by President Hin denberg invested the National and State Governments with drastic powers to combat political excesses either by the Nazis or the Communiste. the ex tremer sections of the Bight and Left respectively. It is with the help Ol some of tliese emergency powers that the Chancellor has been carrying cm. eince the adjournment of the Reichstag in the first ouarter ...
The Advertiser ADELAIDE: FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1931 MONASH AND HIS MEN [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 9 October 1931
The Advertiser ADELAIDE: FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1931 MONASH AND HIS MEN Sir John Monash, whose death. Aus-&lt;*> tralia mourns today, had all the quali-&lt;*> ties of heart and brain which make for eminence among men; and even if the Great War bad not afforded him an opportunity for the display of those qualities in their highest excellence before the -world, toe .would still nave earned distinction in the paths of peace at home, and -would nave created a reputation, as an engineer and ad ministrator, which, would have extended far beyond the shores of his native lqnri Circumstances suddenly diverted into a military channel, and gave unlooked-for scope to, the genius of this notable Australian, at a time when the powers of his mind and character had already been enormously developed in pursuit of a long and increasingly successful civilian career. Plate decreed that his name should go down to posterity as that of a famous soldier; that in four years he should estab...
SPLENDID HOME JOURNAL "He Chronile" Suits All T[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 9 October 1931
SPLENDID HOME JOURNAL "He Chronile" Suits All T[?] There are still available a few copies of this week's edition of The Chronicle." which for the variety of its contents and the standard of pro- ductton fully maintain* a mmiwlan bunt up during many yarn. Apsx* from the special pages derated to ev«r branch of primary production ttatf is a full news service with unimimU upon the principal topics off the week. A magazine section contains • taO* get of stories and a BrierWnw of In teresting Illustrated articles. Ite ladies' pages contain a "trealtb «f Jn- ■_ formation, and advice upon evety' phase of housewifery, as wen ■> notes and news of fashions and social events. The pictorial supplement deals -wttb. • wide variety of topical sribfeda/fhe photographic reproduction bein?-4ex-, ceotionaUy pitf. Other popular *•- . tares are Madame Wa's temtJOm toee medical advice service, and the vases- : devoted lo children. ■' . v V, .SSf.?*
EXCHANGE HOTEL ADDITION Permission Granted [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 9 October 1931
EXCHANGE HOTEL ADDITION Permission Granted Permission to add a shop in King William-street, Adelaide, to the Ex- &lt;*> change Hotel, Hindley-street, was granted by Mr. L.H. Haslam in the licensing Court yesterday. The court was informed that the shop would be the King William-street en trance of the hotel when new pre mises were erected. .Will Not Be Rebuilt at Present The manager of the Exchange Hotel (Mr. Goldfinch) explained yesterday afternoon tbat it was not intended to rebuild the premises at present The company had that object In view, but did not consider the present time pro pitious. By securing the licence the company had removed any possibility of the work being held up when it was decided to begin it. That might sot be for about three years. Out of a confused medley of color names numbering nearly 3,000 the Bri tish En?ineerin? Standards Association has produced a list of 57 standard colors for ready-mixed paints. These names are simple and almost self-explan...
ENTIRE FORTUNE FOR CHARITY Sir Thomas Lipton Leaves Million LONDON. October 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 9 October 1931
ENTIRE FORTUNE FOR CHARITY Sir Thomas Lipton Leaves Million LONDON. October 7. Sir Thomas Lipton, the tea mer- &lt;*> chant and international yachtsman, who died last week, left an estate valued at more than £1,000.000. Hav- ing no relatives living, he bequeathed his entire estate to charities. He bequeathed has Ostidge estate, with an endowment of £20.000. as a nurses* hostel, in memory of his mother, his "only sweetheart," beside whom he was buried. He left £80,000 to benefit working-class mothers and children in Glasgow, his native town. He directed the residue of his es tate to be divided among hospitals and institutions in Glasgow, Cambuslang (Scotland), London, and Middlesex. His yacht trophies will be handed over to a museum designated by his execu tors.