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WESTRALIA'S SCHEDULE CANCELLED SAILINGS OF TRANS-PACIFIC FREIGHTERS [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 2 March 1931
WESTRALIA'S SCHE DULE CANCELLED SAILINGS OF TRANS-PACIFIC FREIGHTERS To enable passengers to see the Australian Cup and other events in the autumn racing meeting in Melbourne, Huddart Parker, Ltd, agents for the Westralia, advise that the vessel's schedule has been slightly altered. The Westralia wUI arrive at Port Ade laide from Premantle on Wednesday end sail for the eastern States at 4 pjn. on. Thursday. According to schedule ehe would sail from Melbourne for Sydney at noon on Saturday, but for the convenience of race goers, the time of departure has been put off until 6 pjn, giving passengers ample tune to return to tne ship from the course. Howard Smith, Ltd., advise that they have received Information from the Gene ral Steamship Corporation that the sail- Ing of the Tolken, from North Pacific ports. bus been cancelled, and the schedule date of the Boren has bean advanced, so that she will be dispatched from Los Angeles not later than March 17. The proposed future sailings of t...
MINING NEWS TIN RETURNS [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 2 March 1931
MINING NEWS TIN RETURNS Rangeng.-Worked 229 hours, treated 34.500 cubic yards; recovered 7[?] tons of tin. Dredging 10 days. Muang.—47B. 75,000. 31[?] realised £2.100: costs. £1,400. Lost three days, Chinese hclldays. ENTERPRISE GOLD MINES At the hall-yearly meeting of shareholders of Enterprise Gold Mines. NX, held on Friday, the statement of receipts and ex penditure for the half-year ended Decem ber 31 last was adopted. Mr. M- B. Bamet (chairman of directors) stated that for most of the period under review the com pany had been In abeyance, but In the past few weeks, as a result of investigations by Mr. Charles G. Gibson (mining engi neer), the company had acquired an In terest In an option over a mining pro perty near Drake (New South Wales). As say values, on sampling by Mr. Gibson, ranged from .34 oz. to 223 oz. a ton, averaging 1.13 oz. over a width of 6 ft. end length of 70 ft- Mr. Gibson had out lined a three months' development policy, to test the continuity of the lode. T...
SHARE MARKET MINING SHARES LONDON, February 27. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 2 March 1931
SHARE MARKET MINING SHARES LONDON, February 27. The latest sales (mean prices) for the undermentioned shares were:—Broken Hill Proprietary. 9/8[?]; Mount Lyell. 17/2[?] Great Boulder. 1/; Sons of Gwalla. 3/10[?] Golden Horseshoe Estates. 2/; Lake View end Star. 9/6; Zinc Corporation (ord.), 16/3; Kamantlns, 5/6; Rhodesia Broken ttih 1/6%; North Ealgurll, 2/10^4. others not dealt n. P. & O. COMPANY LONDON. February 27. P. & O. Company deferred £1 shares are quoted at 30/4 "i. METAL PRICES The following are the latest middle prices of metals on the London markets:— Copper (standard, spot), £46 11/3, (for ward) £46 16/IOVi. (best selected) £48 12/6. (electrolytic, spot) £49 10/, (forward) £50; lead (spot) £13 18/9, (forward) £14 1/3; spelter (spot) £12 13/9. (forward) £13 1/3; tin. (spot) £121 16/3. (forward) £123 6/3: silver (standard, spot) l/o>/ 2 . (forward) 1/ 7-16, (fine, spot) 1/1 ?,i. (forward) \/\ 7-16. Tin, spot and forward, firmed 20/; silver. I l-16d. all...
LOCAL TRADE SLOW PRICES NOMINALLY UNCHANGED [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 2 March 1931
LOCAL TRADE SLOW PRICES NOMINALLY UNCHANGED The English wheat market on Friday was described in private cable advices es easier, one message said that it was weak, buyers being nervous, owing to the un- buyers being nervous, owing to the un certainty of the American Farm Board operations. Parcels of Australian whv* were reported sold at prices varying up to 22/ quarter eif. A Western Austra lian parcel due was advised In one mes sage as sold to Glasgow at 23/3; this probably wag ?. small lot. It was re ported that resellers were offering Wes tern Australian wheat afloat at 21fWi. and that a New South Wales cargo of 8.000 tons, March shipment, was offered by shippers at 21/3 in bags, and 3d. less for bulk. Another message said that New South Wales bulk, wheat was on offer at 20/9, and bids of 20/6 solicited. Shippers sold No. 1 Northern Manitoba, February bills, at 25/6, and No. 2, March loading, at 24/7'fe. Rosa Fe. 63 lb, February-March shipment, was offering at 20/9. Liverpool opt...
AMERICAN EXPORTS NEW YORK, March 1. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 2 March 1931
AMERICAN EXPORTS NEW YORK, March 1. With the wheat market responding by lowered prices yesterday, and the protest from European booses that the step savors of Russian dumping, the United States of Russian dumping, Farm Board's announcement of Its ta tended exports has received a varying re ception. Mr. Legge. chairman of the board, said Russian sales were made at far below prevailing world prices, but fcny wheat exported from the United States would not hold less than the prevailing world price. He insisted that it would probably command an even higher price since "high quality wheat Is now held exclusively by the United States and Canada.** The general manager of the Canadian Wheat Pool (Mr. McFartane) called the export announcement the most construc tive statement made so far. as a fixed amount would be exported.
MYER EMPORIUM PICNIC Miss L Hatcher Beauty Queen [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 2 March 1931
MYER EMPORIUM PICNIC Miss L Hatcher Beauty Queen The annual picnic of the staff of the Myer Emporium was held at Seacliff on Saturday. Fifteen girls entered for the beauty contest, and the judges lound some difficulty in arriving at & decision. After several ??minnting paj. aaas Miss f-""?" Haxaer was gives me verdict over Miss Bate St. Clair. Mr. Norman Myer presented the sash, to | Miss Hatcner. H. c. Perron easily won the championship cup, over a dis tance of 130 yards. Miss M- Payne won aie womens championship. Results:— Beauty Contest.—Miss L. Hni-rfiir, Mies Bans St. Clair. Girls' Handicap—M. Payee. J. FiaveL Boys' 100 yards—First heat, P. Hooper. J. Byrne. Second heat, G. Hogg and B. tearce. dead heat. Final—B. Fe&rce. J. Byrne. Myer Championship—First heat. S. Biovm, B- J. Williamson. Second he&t, B. C. Perrlan. K. SeMerfleid. Final—B. C. t-errlain. H. J. Williamson. 100 yards Handicap—first heat, L. Berg, F. Doi.y. Second heat, H. C. Pexrlasn, H. J. ...
TASMANIANS BAT ATTRACTIVELY Fine Recovery After Bad Start GREEN 90; WAITE 4 FOR 61 [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 2 March 1931
TASMANIANS BAT ATTRACTIVELY Fine Recovery After Bad Start GREEN 90; WAITE 4 FOR 61 Tasmania began disastrously against South Australia at the Ade- laide Oval on Saturday, bat aggres- siveness by the batsmen lower down the list enabled the visitors to finish their innings with a re spectable total on the board. Richardson gave his team a good start in South Australia's innings, but lost his wicket in the last over before stamps. As In the second inning.; of the Sheffield Shield game against Victoria, Tobin admirably carried out the duties of a fast bowler by obtaining the early wickets cheaply. Both opening bate men fell victims to his deliveries when only 11 runs were on the board. Green and Martin were the first of the Tas manians to offer a determined resis tance to the bowling and, chiefly as a result; of Martin's aggression, the score, was improved from three for 20 j to four for 1W Green was cor rect and sounc but by no mean as free as Mai tin or Jame: who was respon sible for ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 2 March 1931
Results CommendabK Genuine Gratitude. Miss Miller, of Croydon, writes:— "In gratitude, I feel I must ?write and tell you what wonderful benefit I have derived from taking a bottle of your Carter's Little liver Pills. Having been troubled with indiges tion and sick headache for several months, a friend recommended me to try your famous pills, with the results that after the first dose I was made aware of their very real tonic value, and felt I had at last discovered a remedy which per formed what it claimed to do." Take Carter's Little Liver Pills for the complexion and constipation. At all chemists 1/3 ?r 3/- red pkgs. J^~_ I 3 -fciiL 1^ /\^ vljf 15
SWIMMING ROSEWATER CLUB MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 2 March 1931
SWIMMING ROSEWATER CLUB MEETING Results of the races conducted by the Rosewater Swimming Club, at the New Dock, Potr Adelaide, yesterday afternoon, are —Girls' handicap race (under 15 years), 33 yards. E. Hewitt? A. BeateTllxvrtllboysl handicap (under IS). 33 yards. L Mmnme. R. Mc?urnle. EL Birth; IS yards fc?~&lt;|?~Tf (for Mertln cup), T. Hey, G. Otnutt, G. Spall; SO yards womenV *irfi-r. M*? J. Mundy. Miss S. Tanner. Idas S. Sewltt; 220 yards men's TwntHrap (lor Ityer Em porium cup), j. Douglas. 6. Cook. SL Smith; neat dive. K. Palmer, B. Udnone, oTPm>
ETHELTON RESULTS [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 2 March 1931
ETHELTON RESULTS Results of the events decided at the eleventh meeting of the Ethelton Amateur Swimming Club yesterday were:— Mile Handicap-L. Tait (hdcp. 4 min.), TTnntUmp L. Tan, (hdep. 4 am.). T- D. Pine (3%|, J. BunU &lt;1%). U Ool ites (2%). winner* time. 29 mbx si sec. Fastest time. 2S mln. 28 sec (H. Gotcb). 100 Tards CbampdonEhlp. under ie.— G. Dempster. L. TMt, W. Ttennery. Time. 1 min. 12 2-S sec. 100 Yards Women's Invitation Tf""Hiitp— SOss L. Bblels (ecr.). Mln M. Winston (16 sec.). Time. 1 mln. M 3-5 eec In a relay race or 300 yards, the offlcUls defeated the swlmmen. Learners' Eaces. 33 yards.—Girls—Miss O. Miller. Miss R. Woodhead. Boys—T. Mir tln. C. TT?g?i Dog Paddle, 30 yards.—Boys—J. Ford. O. Hag&n. Girls—Miss B. HoweU. lOss It. Mnmn.
Out among the People By Rufus. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 2 March 1931
Out among the People By Rufus. TERE are three little glimpses of Melba which Mr. C. M. Hosking re- lated to me over the week-end. "I was travelling with her on one occasion on the Swan Ruer, when she ordered the boat to be stopped for throe minutes, that she might drink in the heavenly blue. Once there was a party of us at Coombe Cottage, LJlydale. and we were spellbound by her singing 'Home. Sweet Home.' Melba came out on to the verandah and said, "Aren't the birds wonderful about here?1 But she transcended all the birds. In Tasmania a few of us watched Melba trying to coax a wild thrush to her hand. When she saw us she said. "Come and sit down with me!' We sat to silence for some time, and Melba said, 'Isn't it a joy to be in the company of friends who do not want to talk?"" Six Thousand Ladies MR. P. J. Flannagan, the chairman of Tatterealls Club, bad a family dinner party at the Hotel Richmond after the races, on Saturday night. Chatting to him in the lounge, I said that I had n...
CITIZEN FORCES' UNION A.N.A. Medal and Eight Hours Shield [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 2 March 1931
CITIZEN FORCES' UNION A.N.A. Medal and Eight Hours Shield The final contest for the AJJJL. medal and Sight Hours shield was fired at Port Adelaide rifle range on Saturday, and re sulted In cadets of the 10/SOtn Battalion winning both events. In winning the A.N.A. medal. Mr. A. Johnson continued his run ol good scores and finished well In Iront with a total oi 227 out of a possible 240. The next best scorers were:—L. F. C. Yaung, 220; B. F. Carter, 219; H. C. Eatherley, 217; B. Nor rls. 215; L. R Smith. 21a. The Bight Hours shield, a teams' event, resulted:—lo/50th Battalion No. i, 1.SO1: 43/48'Ji Battalion No. 1. 1.456; 43/48th Bat talion No. 2. 1.428; 10/50th Battalion No. 2 1,367. 43/43th BattaUon inter-company matcn— D Company. 472; B Company, 471; A Com pany, 442.. D Company is balding the lead In the aggregate. Military SlaS C!ub—Colonel Durrant Cup, third series, eight shots at 300 and 500 yards, service targets and rifles—W.O.. S. McNamara, 31. 32 (handicap 8)—72 (aggre gate ...
COALCLIFF COLLIERY TO BE REOPENED Sydney, March 1. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 2 March 1931
COALCLIFF COLLIERY TO BE REOPENED Sydney, March 1. Work will be resumed at the Coaldiff colliery on Monday week. The colliery has been idle since April last owing to a dispute. In the flist place, over the filling rates to be paid for mashing cut coaL The matter was referred to the arbi tration of Mr. E. H. Coneybeer, Con ciliation Commissioner of the Common wealth Court of Concilation and Arbi tration. The arbitration is still pro ceeding, but has reached a stage at which the owners have undertaken to reopen the mine, and the Miners Federation has undertaken to provide all the necessary labor.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 2 March 1931
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OLD SONGS DO YOU KNOW THEM? [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 2 March 1931
OLD SONGS DO YOU KNOW THEM? Do you remember all the old songs? Rob and Bob, the funmakers of Station 5 AD, "The Advertiser" Broadcasting Service, are curious to know if you do. Each night during their session, which begins at 7 o'clock, these two humorists will render a number of passages from these tunes, and there will be two prizes for the listeners, who forward ?:he largest number of correct titles. Listen in to 5 AD and hear Rob play his ir^'Tious instrument, with Bob at *hp piano. Programme details on page S.
LONDON WHEAT DULL MARKET EASIER LONDON, February 27. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 2 March 1931
LONDON WHEAT DULL MARKET EASIER LONDON, February 27. Cargoes were obtainable at less money to-day, but there was a lack of buyers at 3d. to 6d. decline. Parcels were slow, with Manitoba's and Piste's 3d. to 6d. lower. Australian's were scarcely changed. A Western Australian shipment now due sold at 23/3 to Glasgow, and 1.500 from Western Australia, March loading, at 22/3. Futures—London. February and April. 19/9 quarter: Liverpool closed—March, 4/2% cen tal; May, 4/3%; July, 4/5%: and October. 4/7%.
LONDON MEAT QUOTATIONS LONDON, February 28. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 2 March 1931
LONDON MEAT QUOTATIONS LONDON, February 28. The following are the weekly quotations lor the undermentioned classes of frozen meats, based on actual sales ot wholesale quantities of carcases of mutton or lamb, or quarters of beef, delivered to Smithfleld market, and/or ex London stores. To arrive at equivalent ex ship values, deduct ?d. per 1b. from the prices quoted below. Quotations are average for week, and are not for selected lines, but for par cel* fairly -representative of the bulk of the shipments now on offer lbs. At per lb. Canterbury—Crossbred wethers .. .......... 48/56 North Island—Maiden ewes .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 48/56 North Island —Maiden ewes .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 57/64 North Island—Maiden ewes .. .. 65/72 rew Zealand Unibs— Canterbury 36 and under Canterbury 37/42 Canterbury .. .. .. .. .. .. 43/50 Selected North Island brand .. 36 and under Selected North Island brand 37/42 Selected North Island brand .. 43/50 Selected North Island brand—2nd quality Average 31 Oth...