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Holden's Appeal To High Court Dismissed Melbourne, October 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 9 October 1931

Holden's Appeal To High Court Dismissed Melbourne, October 8. The High Court of Australia today concluded the hearing of the appeal by Holden's Motor Body, Ltd., from the decision of the Chief Justice of South Australia (Sir George Murray) in the action brought against the appellant by Pascoe & Co., Ltd., of South Aus tralia. Pascoe & Co. claimed £5,047 damages for breach of agreement for the sup ply or snooks for cases. The Chief Justice found in favor of the plaintiff and awarded £2,837 10/ damages. It xas from Jiis judgment that Holden'e Motor Body. Ltd., appealed. The Chief Justice (Sir Frank Gavan Duffy), at the conclusicm of argument, said that as the parties had agreed, the contract was for nine and not 12 months, the damages awarded would be reduced to £2.406 5/. Mr. Justice Dixon said he was not convinced carnages awarded could be reduced. He would not say that de finitely unless he went into the matter fully. As the other members of the Court were azauist h...

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
CHURCHES AND A.L.P. Attempt At Amicable Understanding [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 9 October 1931

CHURCHES AND A.L.P. Attempt At Amicable Understanding Three representatives of the Council of Churches will confer with the execu- <*> tive of the State branch of the Labor Party at the Trades Hall this morning. m an endeavor to arrange an amicable understanding between the two organi sations. The secretary of the Council of Churches (Rev. E. A. Davies) for warded a cop}' of the manifesto on in dustrial matters adopted by the coun cil to the .secretary of the AX.P. (Mr. P. F. Ward), and indicated that it was desired that there should be good feel ing between the two bodies. Mr. Davies asked that a deputation should be re ceived so that industrial questions could be discussed in a friendly spirit. The executive of the party agreed to receive the deputation, and Mr. Ward wrote reciprocating the kind regards of Mr. Davies. The president of the Council of Churches (the Rev. B. E. Tuck), the Revs. E. J. Stacy, and E. A. Davies, will comprise the deputa tion.

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HONOR VERSUS PROFIT [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 9 October 1931

HONOR VERSUS PROFIT The protest made by Sir David Gordon in the Legislative Council this week against the enactment of the Wheat Harvest Scheme (Claims) Bill directs attention to a serious and growing evil, affecting not only tiie immediate sufferers, but the honor and material welfare of the public gene rally. If ever it were necessary to ensure the supremacy of the principle that a bargain is a bargain, it is where the State is one of the contract ing parties. In the case of private con tracts, the law attaches such import ance to their inviolability, that no con sideration of hardship or loss rp™ be successfully pleaded as a ground for relief: and. for the general good, it is well that it should be eo. for the amount of business done through con tracts is prodigious, and business would be at a standstill if euch contracts were not upheld. The State which makes the laws is under an additional obligation to keep them itself, an obligation the more Dressing because the State is. or ...

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
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NOT PERMITTED TO LAND Frenchwoman Came To Meet Husband [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 9 October 1931

NOT PERMITTED TO LAND Frenchwoman Came To Meet Husband Having been refused admission to Sydney by immigration officers on her arrival there recently on the liner Mongolia, a young Frenchwoman, who had come to Australia to meet her hus band, is returning to France on the ship, satisfied that fate has been very unkind to her. Strangely enough, according to an officer on the Mongolia, which sailed from the Outer Harbor yesterday after noon for London, it was not because of any misdeeds that the woman was not allowed to land, but because bet husband had been deponed a few days before her arrival. The woman is extremely pretty. Pas sengers have attempted to sympathise with her, but she is very sensitive, and prefers to remain in her cabin, where she takes all her meals. Only when the decks axe deserted at early morn ing and late at night does she come out for a stroll. In a burst of con fidence to an officer, efae said, "They would not let me land, but I do not know why. It is fate, and ...

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
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PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 9 October 1931

PERSONAL The Governor-General (Sir Isaac Isaacs), who is on a visit to Western Australia, was the guest of the State executive of the R.Si. at luncheon, at the-Soldiers' Institute, Perth, yester day. Lady Isaacs was the guest of the Karrakatta Ladies' Club. Their Excel lencies -were given, a civic reception at Premantle during the day. > The Governor presided at a meet i ing of the Executive Council yester day. In the evening his Excellency, attended by Captain C. H. "William son, was present at a lecture by Colonel Fowler-Brownsworth at headquarters. Keswick. Lady Hore-Buthven was present at a bridge evening organised by the Legacy Club at the Palais RoyaL I To express to Australians the con fidence the P. and O. Line has Jn tLe future of the country. Viscount Glenapp, joint deputy-chairman of the company, is on his way out here on the new 22,000-ton turbo-electric liner Strathnaver, which has left London on her maidr-n voyage. He is accompanied by his wife and family. The visco...

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MAKING OPTIMISTS OF THE POOR City Mission Work MUCH DONE, BUT FUNDS NEEDED [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 9 October 1931

MAKING OPTIMISTS OF THE POOR City Mission Work MUCH DONE, BUT FUNDS NEEDED In an unpretentious building in Light-<*> square, the city's poor—financially morally and physically—are daily given the courage to make another fight for happiness and more propitious hihww by a band of cheerful and ctan6irt- ■ dispensing women. - ,_. ■". .; Those women are attached to jaf ;. Adelaide City Mission, which. sltuaM as It Is in the centre ol families stno-^_ T ken by unemjSloyment, receives at ap- '/" pointed boors streams oT men^Ma '■-.-■ women, who enter with the sows « their position stamped on them. _ : Aim . those same men end women are Jan, - not only with food to stimulate fiielr - , physical energies, but with food tat: t.hpjT- Tnirifis also. TheF are pot once, again on the road to s search for «?V and more genial snrxonndings. The Mission's Job is making optimists. The Mission has done much ■mmng its 64 yean *. of We, andjs £™««??r plishing a lot It wants to cimumie withou...

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AUSTRALIA LOSES HER GREATEST SOLDIER Death of General Sir John Monash at 66 BRILLIANT LEADER OF A.I.F. State Funeral on Sunday Melbourne, October 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 9 October 1931

AUSTRALIA LOSES HER GREATEST SOLDIER Death of General Sir John Monash at 66 BRILLIANT LEADER OF A.I.F. State Funeral on Sunday Melbourne, October 8. Australia lost her greatest soldier, and one of her most distin- <*> guished engineers, when General Sir John Monash, who led the Australian Imperial Forces in their brilliant exploits in France in 1918, died at his home at Toorak, at 11 a.m. today, aged 66. There will be a State fnneral on Sunday, at the Brighton Ceme terv. The body will lie in state in Queen's Hall, Parliament House, from tomorrow. A disease of the heart, aggravated by internal complications, was the cause of the end. The cardiac trouble first affected Sir John Monash nearly two years ago, and it became more pro nounced after his return to Australia from India, where he represented the Commonwealth, at the opening of the capital at New Delhi. Almost from the start it was recognised that the case was hope less, but rather than rast in the hope of prolongi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 9 October 1931

S. O. BEILBY SOUTH AUSTRALIA'S GREATEST GROCER OPENING ANOTHER BRANCH MILE-END TODAY. FISHER-TERRACE, CORNER GLADSTONE-ROAD. SPECIAL PRICES THIS WEEK-END FOR THIS BRANCH HERE ARE A FEW OF OUR PRICES AT ALL BRANCHES. TODAY a^ RMeDa THE LOT FOR 1/ SPECIAL IfclWl«riG«. USUAL PRICE, 1/4 Butter, first grade, choicest l/5£ Peaches, impeded - 6-|tL tin Ib. Pears, impeded - - 6-|d. tin Batter, second grade - 1/3 Ib. Pinapples, Hargreave's, large Batter, Dairy, from ■ - llfd. Ib. tins 1/- tin Cheese, new - - 6|iL and 8R Ib. Plains - - - - 7id. tin Cheese. 1-Eb. round > 10|d. each Quinces - - - - B£d. tin Cheese, matured - - ll|d. Ib. Cherries - - - - ll£d. tin Cheese, Kraft - - - 8R pkt GENERAL UNES— Cheese, Edam - - - - l/2£ Ib. Rice, Australian - - 3d. Ib. Cheese, Pineapple - - B£d. pkt Sago, Penang - - - 2£d. Ib. Cheese, Mazam - sd. and B|d. Peas, split - - - - 2d. Ib. Cheese, Grnyere l/5£ box j Barley, Pearl - - - lid. Ib. Cheese, Rex - - - B|d. tin Peas, Green - 4 Ib. for sd. Cheese,...

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AGITATION TO RELAX PARKING BY-LAWS Not Police Duty To Criticise, Says Lord Mayor DESIRE FOR ONE CONTROL [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 9 October 1931

AGITATION TO RELAX PARKING BY-LAWS Not Police Duty To Criticise, Says Lord Mayor DESIRE FOR ONE CONTROL There is a general desire among motorists for a relaxation of the City Council's by-laws governing the parking of ears, or for their repeal. The views expressed at a meet ing of the Police Association on Wed nesday night show that the officers who carry out the council's regulations realise that car owners are being unduly penalised for leaving their vehicles in the streets for a longer period than 30 minutes. The Lord Mayor (Mr. C. B. J- Glover), however, thinks that the per sonal opinions of the police should not enter into the matter. It was their duty to carry out the laws of the country and not to criticise them, he said yesterday. The by-laws j in question were made by the City- Council after the most careful con-1 sideration. Cr. Homburg thinks a board should investigate traffic by-laws and submit j a report on which to base legislation, j He suggests that among its members...

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"PETTIFOGGING AND IRRITATING BY-LAWS" [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 9 October 1931

"PETTIFOGGING AND IRRITATING BY-LAWS" '"The city and suburban by-laws In respect to taxi and hire services are largely of a pettifogging and irrita- <*> ting nature," said the secretary of the Taxi Drivers' Association (Mr. J. A. Southwood) yesterday. Members of the association, he said, were strongly in favor of all traffic being under the control of the Police Department, and believed that the police should issue licences and make regulations, which could be approved by Parliament. This was done in Sydney and other places, and was par ticularly desirable in the case of the metropolitan area. Multiple control of traffic in the metropolitan area led to much confusion.

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Appreciation Recorded Canberra, October 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 9 October 1931

Appreciation Recorded Canberra, October 8. In a hushed and reverent atmosphere the House of Representatives today re- <*> ceived the news of the death of Sir John Monash. Tributes to his quali- ties as Australia s greatest citizen sol dier were paid by the Prime Minister (Mr. Scullin). the Minister for Defence (Mr. Chifley), the war-time Prime Minister (Mr. Hughes), the Opposition leader (Mr. Lyons), the Country Party leader (Dr. Page), Mr. Roland Green, a limbless soldier, and Colonel White, who served under Sir John Monash. first when he was Captain Monash. of the Engineers, and for many years after. Mr. Scullin said Sir John Monash won the loyalty and respect of the men who served under *itm in the A TF. be cause he first showed loyalty and re spect for them. When criticism was levelled against the Australians they had a champion in Sir John Monash. In addition to the zeal with which he served the country he loved, it was recalled by Mr. Lyons that Sir John Monash b...

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FLIER'S OWN STORY Bribed Turk With Pyjamas [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 9 October 1931

FLIER'S OWN STORY Bribed Turk With Pyjamas The following story of the flight was cabled exclusively to "The Advertiser" by Kingsford Smith:— It was great to see Heston again. but it should have been a week sooner. The outstanding adventure of the flight was the forced landing south of Victoria Point, where I found that with an hour's flight to go, against the monsoon, I had eight gallons of petrol left. It was dark and raining and blow ins hard. I jrrcned round hi the gloom. hoping to find some spot to i«n<? safely. I flew this way and that, afraid of going into the drink and finishing everything, and eventually I felt the wheels striking something, it was a very narrow strip of beach between the jungle and the sea. Before long I found the incoming tide lapping the tafl skid, so I des perately pushed the plane as far as pos sible from the water. The tide. stOI making, soon began to wash the wheels, so I rushed into the jungle, seeking a couple of pieces of wood to place b...

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ELECTION FIGHT ON IN BRITAIN Mr. MacDonald Broadcasts National Unity Appeal PROMISED WIDE SUPPORT Majority Of 165 Expected LONDON, October 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 9 October 1931

ELECTION FIGHT ON IN BRITAIN Mr. MacDonald Broadcasts National Unity Appeal PROMISED WIDE SUPPORT Majority Of 165 Expected LONDON, October 7. Parliament was prorogued today, and tonight the King held a Privy Council meeting, at which the Proclamation for the dissolution of Parliament was signed. The various parties lost no tune In getting to work on the business of elec tioneering. Tonight the Prime Minis ter (Mr. Ramsay MacDonald) broad cast his appeal for national unity. He will open his election campaign hi the Seaham division on Monday. Manifestos by other party leaders supporting the National Government— Mr. Baldwin (Cons.) and Sir Herbert Samuel (Lib.)—are expected to be is sued tomorrow or the next day. The first detailed statement regarding Mr. Lloyd George's attitude will probably be contained hi his election address to the constituents of Carnarvon. The National Government is ex pected to be returned with a ma jority of 165. The executive committee of the National Liberal ...

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Coroner Criticises Treatment Of Sick Prisoner Melbourne. October 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 9 October 1931

Coroner Criticises Treatment Of Sick Prisoner Melbourne. October 8. After conducting an inquest on James Henry McLaughlin, aged 40 years, of Prahran. who had been serving a sen- <*> tence of imprisonment at the metro- politan gaol, Coburg, the City Coroner] (Mr. D. Grant. P.M.) found that he! died from pneumonia, and expressed the opinion that the symptoms of pneu monia should have been diagnosed while McLaughlin was at the gaol. McLaughlin died at Melbourne Hos pital on September 30.

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ADVENTURES OF MOTOR CYCLE Taken From Owner, Police And Alleged Thief [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 9 October 1931

ADVENTURES OF MOTOR CYCLE Taken From Owner, Police And Alleged Thief Stolen from the owner, stolen from the police, and finally stolen from the alleged thief, a £90 motor cycle is be- <*> ing much sought by the Adelaide Originally, with a sidecar attaAed, Jl the motor cycle was stolen £rom-3nrg§i? the Adelaide Oval doting the footfcaUJifi final. A lew days later, minus «iatC^| car, it was pushed into the 'Pit i^ff^^^H ¥i?pt* TBiebarton.' In the wiwmH^if'^cl Wa pjiginp. sad registration nmnbexs'-"3nrc§3 been altered. Th*Ti *^*^" police it ont of the river. According io:iib£ii3 identifying numbers <hi it, the SKrtu^ljgS cycle had not been stolen, eo; ttiejllfa police left it on the bank wnQe |Siex^^a made enquiries about it. WhmJffiey|ila returned for It, It bad gone. -.■ -. ?-i'j?| Sidecar Becovered , :-rV;;3f§jg A man is alleged later to have tbu§|a the police that somebody had taoaa^M the motor cycle under a busbifiifM hundred yards from where the l*^* B"**...

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BOMB ATTACK FROM AIR Mock Warfare At Parafield PAGEANT THRILIS [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 9 October 1931

BOMB ATTACK FROM AIR Mock Warfare At Parafield PAGEANT THRILIS A massed aerial attack on a bunding defended by machine gun- <*> ners, the bombing of the position and the demolition of the build- ing, win be one of the spectacles ' || to be provided at the Aero Ustft - '1 great pageant at Parafield on Sat-' ;1 nrday week, October 17. - .y| Standing in the aerodrome, in fiu. ~M view of the spectators, -will be a wood :: '3a and canvas building, erected Sir the -! occasion. It will be eurrounded by :'M a barricade composed of ""irtfrHE?. a M flight of Aero Club planes will advance '^§ is formation, led by Hytog-Ofncer IS Stevens, the club's instructor, and hay- ' jS ing circled the aerodrome, will dive In ■:■!! formation on the strongpost. 3n_ :I3 the meantime, at the sound of the 'M alarm, the strongpost will have been M manned by a platoon of tmuititw. mm- 19 ners from the 43/48th Battalion, armed 'aS with four maoriine guns and two lewis IS anti-aircraft guns, with whi...

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MAN DISAPPEARS FROM LAUNCH Coorong Mystery BLAKCWOOD ACCOUNTANT Victor Harbour, October 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 9 October 1931

MAN DISAPPEARS FROM LAUNCH Coorong Mystery BLAKCWOOD ACCOUNTANT Victor Harbour, October 8. Mr. A. P. Dixon, accountant, of Blackwood, mysteriously dis- <*> appeared from a motor boat which was cruising on the Coo- rong on Tuesday, and no trace of his body has been found. On Monday last Mr. A. D. Corpe, of Adelaide, left Goo]wa in his motor boat, Redwing, for a cruise on the lakes and Coorong. He had with him his cousin. Mr. A. P. Dixon. account ant, of Blackwood. and Messrs. C. Laubman and E. Lindsay, of Adelaide. The party journeyed up stream, and yesterday decided to go into the Coo rong. About noon they had reached the flats between Pelican Point and To witcherie. Mr. Corpe was at the wheel, Mr. Lindsay on the lookout forward, and Mr. Laubman in the cabin. The steering wheel of the Redwing is about seven or eight feet from the stern of the boat, and the steersman is some what enclosed. Mr. Dixon was moving about at the stem of the boat, pre paring a meal. Mr. Corpe ...

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BIG FIRES DAMAGE FEED AND BUSH Outbreaks In River Darling Areas Broken Hill. October 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 9 October 1931

BIG FIRES DAMAGE FEED AND BUSH Outbreaks In River Darling Areas Broken Hill. October 8. Contrary reports have been received in Broken Hill regarding the extensive grass and bush fires in a region forty miles from Menindie. on the River Darling. A chan?e of wind 6aved tbe Boola Boolka station homestead, but a lar^ area of ekuss was destroyed. No stock was lost. . .. Satisfied that the flre was out. the notice in the area and firefishiers made back for their homes this morning after an all-ni&ht fight. They had not gone far. however, when reports reached them that tile fire had broken out afresh. This caused another mus ter of men in the area. Reports indi cated that a fire was raging near £he railway line, and that fettlers were being hard put to keep the flames from their homes. Late this afternoon, however, news arrived that the fire wa6 well - under control, and that a large gane of men from Karparakora and Boola Boolka stations was standing by to wevent any further outbre...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 9 October 1931

S. C. WARD & CO., STOCK, SHARE, AMD INVESTMENT BROKERS, : 30, GrenfeH-street, Adelaide. ; PM2770 Shipping Notes and Notices ORIENT LINE I? &ol SS^X&oVr"^ _„_.. , , -ma-* COLOMBO. EGTPT. MASSHLLES. _Btean,er. Ton,. Co m nM,:d.r 77^1^ ****"• Coam*Di<S- 5 onronn XS ?• ?• n 4"''1™ Sov. 2« .MOOLTAX 20.617 A. J. Morton Kov. 19 •Tourist SUatner. o:,e Clftffi only XAVEB 22.000 B. J. Obkon Peg ? FARES—ADELAIDE TO LONDON'. 'Call* Rombav FIBST 6ALOOS—Sin^i-, from £90. FARES TO LOKDOS: TOHH.ST CLM^^rfcS"*?. 1."- S-.S^^.V n^TTDn^r.^. „. Return, from £70. Keturn, from £108. Gernrn, from «l«0. THIED CLASS—Single, from £SB. tSEW TOURIST CLASS ACCOHMODATHJH. Betnrn, from £88. Single, from £39; lirtura, from £70. Ml Faiw enhjeet to Exchange, which tnty be All Fsiw Subject to Exctutnge. MCtl^l?r^^ Ol'.iS.<">ilT-.. EUJEB. SMITH & CO, UMTTEO. Agent*. M. G. A\DERSON & CO., Agwta, Tel. Cential 8001. Corrieitreet. 8. King William-rtreet. Tele...

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SHARE MARKET OPERATIONS GOLD QUOTATION Market Easier LONDON, October 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 9 October 1931

SHARE MARKET OPERATIONS GOLD QUOTATION Market Easier LONDON, October 7. Gold Is quoted at £5 5/8 ounce. (The price on October 6 was £5 8/3, on October 5 £5 8/6, ana on October 3 £5 7/7.) MINING SHAKES LONDON, October 7. The latest sales, middle prices, or nomi nal quotations lor the undermentioned snares were:— Sales —North Broken HU, 39/6; Broken HIM South, 26/3; Mount Lyell, 14/3: Great Boulder, l/2lfe; Golden Horseshoe l&tates. 2/5; Lake View and Star, 7/BU; P. & O. Steam Navigation (def.). 24/H2: Mount lsa, 6/1%; Rhodesia Broken HUI, lid.; New Guinea Goldfields, 2/6; Imperla2 Smelting Corp, 9/1%. Nominal quotations—Broken Hill Pro prietary, 9/4%; Sons of Gwalla, 4/: Boulder Perseverance (ord.), 6d.; Wlluna, 7/. METAL PEICES The following ere the latest middle prices of metals on the London markets:—Cop per (standard, spot), £33 16/10%. (for ward) £34 16/10%; (best se:ected), £37 7/6; (electrolytic, spot). £41, (forward) £41 15/. I«ad (spot). £12 15/. (forward) £1...

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