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5 AD—229 Metres [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 9 October 1931

5 AD—229 Metres 7—Time. "The Advertiser" early morn- <*> ing news: weather: commercial. 7.15— Morning melodies. 8.30—Close. 10—Time. "The Advertiser" news. 10.10 —Musical pot-pourri. 11—Time. Home craft, by "Nanette." lU.o—Morning tea muslcale. 12.30—Close. 3—Time: Rraln report: weather; music 3.ls—Hadlo serial. 3.2s—Music continued. s—Close. I s.3o—Junior Listeners and Wireless Kan garoo. 6—Dinner music. 6.ss—Sunshine Club notes. i —Eon and Don. the singing serenaders. 7.so—Review of Saturday's sporting fis -B—Time. First news bulletin. B.6—Concert by Dora iabbecte and Hu bert Eisdell (Duettists). John McCormack (tenor). Manuello (violinist), and West field Orchestra, Chu Chin Chow selection (orchestra >, Gateway of Dreams and Sil ver Threads Among the Gold {McCor r?,a<?)^S ali and Hoses •* Kcardy manu ello). Old Folks at Home and The Little Irish Girl (Labbette. and Klsdea). Flower Suite (orchestra). Song ol the Night and When Tou and I Were Youne Maggi...

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Monetary and Commercial MEAT MARKETS Values Barely Maintained By the City Editor [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 9 October 1931

Monetary and Commercial MEAT MARKETS Values Barely Maintained By the City Editor The fat stock sales this week saw emple supplies of beef, mutton, lamb, and pork, and in practically all in- <*> stances prices showed an easier ten- <teMy. TTirf cattle offered consisted qTith^ entirely of Queensland beef, and whereas quite a number presented a fresh, eoft appearance, and the majo rity lacked nothing. In condition, the appearance of a fair oroportton. *"**? ever, indicated that they had lost their bSoom during "the long Journey to the xaflhead. ovine to the warmer weather sow being experienced in the interior. The suroly of fat sheep showed an Increase, and with a heavy yarding of lpmiv! lei which there is a greater de mand from consumers %t the moment, the trade limited their operations to the purchase of lightweight mutton as far as possible. The result was that values for the more suitable trade sorts showed only an easier tendency, but orerfafc and heavy sh...

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 9 October 1931

Bankrupt Furnishers Grand Opening Q^ C. PATERSON & CO., "Factory to You" Furnishers, of 94 Currie Street, have pur chased the entire bankrupt stock of RING'S FURNISHERS, at BELOW COST, and PATERSON'S will open this morning at 9 a.m. sharp, another temporary branch Showrooms uao, GAWLER-PLACE. Cauprfett 5 ft. Sideboard, 3 drawers, Manehuriari Oak Doors, with a large rtata «***. Table, art 6 Dining p-j Q /I 7 /£? Ring's Price £18/18/- for &-Lj/ 1//O Every article sold by G. C PATERSON & Co. carries a genuine guarantee for a period of 9hree years. TfcraeHrim two-tone FrtarhtU Genoa Velvet and Leather Cbesterorid Salt* wftt new process pleated backs of {% •+ g\ l-\ g\ I S^tftice £27/15/-for £l"/l"/- G-C. Paterson & Co. -FACTORY TO YOU* FURNISHERS 94 CURRIE STREET 55, Gawlcr-place (Branch Showrdoms) 13, Hindiey-sL INO REAL SUNSTROKI Doctors Call It Heat g*2f I / Exhaustion HAW ■ iVjt fi Medical opinion in A^"'"^? yestei PVK«^ ZJ JZ */i " day was that sunst...

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FREEDOM OF TRADE "GOOD POMCT FOR AUSTRALIA" To the Editor [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 9 October 1931

FREEDOM OF TRADE "GOOD POMCT FOR AUSTRALIA" To the Editor Sir—The public is becoming con- <*> fused over protection and tariff, says the president of the Protection League, end freetraders seek to destroy the policy by attacking the instrument. Quite 6O and rightly, when we see the great octopus of rings end com bines crippling so many countries The president says that under normal con ditions tariffs are for raising moneys for the conduct of Government ser vices. This means that the Govern ment must tax goods coming from the mother country, whose workmen are our brothers, and, finally, the workers and farmers of Australia must pay more for the Australian article in the way of taxation to the extent of 30 per cent, in the pound, the difference between London currency and Austra lian trade currency. But the presi dent says times are not normal I quite agree: and this is largely due to the various nations lifting tariffs continually against Britain, the chief secondary i...

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
CITY POLICE AND MOTOR TRAFFIC ALDERMAN CAIN APPRECIATIVE To the Editor [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 9 October 1931

CITY POLICE AND MOTOR TRAFFIC ALDERMAN CAIN APPRECIATIVE To the Editor I am. Sir. &c., J. R. CAIN. Alderman. Sir—I regret that the police autho- <*> rities regard my remarks on ' the traffic by-laws at the last meeting of the City Council, as reflecting on that body. I fully appreciate that the ad ministration of the half-hour by-law must be a most imnleasant duty. The police are compelled to share, with the council (which, however, is entirely re sponsible), the natural iU-wTU of the public. . The police force have no greater admirer than myself as to the way their many onerous and unplea jgft-rift duties £Lfe" serfotmecl

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
GENERAL NEWS COOLER WITH SCATTERED RAIN [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 9 October 1931

GENERAL NEWS COOLER WITH SCATTERED RAIN The Divisional Meteorologist re- <*> ported last night:—This morning's chart showed the existence of a wide- <*> spread and fairly energetic disturbance over southern waters with, the lowest barometer 2934 at Hobart. A low pres sure oefitre bad been farmed over the interior of South Australia, where the barometer at William Creek read 29.79. Under the influence of this northern low. which developed monsoonal char acteristics, some thunderstorms were reported at 830 ajn^ when very light to light rain was recorded at many «*?«m« the upper north, and at scattered places elsewhere, the highest laH being 26 points at WUlowie. Dur ing today the weather was chiefly dobdy and unsettled over South Aus tralia, with some further very light to light rain over northern districts, the WEATHER FORECAST Cfaiefiy *t™*ta~i, with far flier Mattered tain and thun der. Variable winds later, veer tnm to cool saatherJiea from <...

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GOLD NEAR TEROWIE Further Work Warranted, Says Mine Inspector [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 9 October 1931

GOLD NEAR TEROWIE Further Work Warranted, Says Mine Inspector Gold has been found at White's Hill in an offshoot of the Flinders Range known as the Porcupine Range, about 26 miles north-east of Terowie Pros- pecHng dbs disclosed qaartz-iraa?bne^ veins carrying gold in slate beds. Ontjs, another 31," *"^ ftnn^.hpr Tiity>_ *: y :*?g The ni«im« are on the Goutfo-eaEtezzi^i front of the range, abont thFee-qaortesr-a of a. T"n" north-east of the hni; and^s the first pegged were by Messrs. J, and^ F. Cain. The veins cut across tbe Jdate-^ strata, and where they have.^been opened up have the appearance «C-3 oighHy tilted terraces along thexange • front. Several have been dlscoyeredJ parallel to each other at different-yertt—: 3 cal levels, and, in the main ctutncsS two havebeen exposed within toarte&M qf each other. In most ****&*$ ttae*^RX3ci^i done has been only sufficient to'indVSg cate the presence of gnTrf-*wnfji t^rhdd h^Vg without affording information asso Us|| o...

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
NEWS IN BRIEF [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 9 October 1931

NEWS IN BRIEF Wounded Woman's Condition.—The condition of Mrs. Gera Emmerton, of Fifth Creek, who was seriously wounded in the face with a shotgun at her home last week, is unaltered.! She is in the Adelaide Hospital, and' is expected to recover. Children's Day at Perth Show.— There was an attendance of 32,491 in cluding 17,210 children (admitted free), at the Perth Show yesterday". Motor Cyclist Injured.—Mr. George Melrose (42). a salesman, of Addlson road. Black Forest, sustained a com- Dound fracture of the leit yesterday afternoon when the motor cycle he was ridins and a motor car collided. He was taken to the Adelaide Hospital. Unconscious for 32 Days.—lnjured in a football match at Tamworth (New South Wales), Reginald Harris, of Muswellbrook, has only just regained consciousness. He was unconscious for 32 days. His condition is im proving. Pillion Rider Injured.—Mrs. Sylvia Bonnett (23), of Rothbury-avenue, Tus more, was injured last night on Port rush-road when she was thrown...

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Cut among the People [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 9 October 1931

Cut among the People MANY South Australian, returned soldiers and private citizens, heard with regret of the death of General Monash. The distinguished soldier and engineer was associated with the build ing of the "Register" office in Gren fell-street, and he made many per sonal friends here. A returned soldier and a member of a well-known Jewish family in Adelaide said to me yester day—"General Monash had a fine sense of humor. I will never forget when he officially opened the Jewish branch of the Y.M.CA. In the Strand during the war, he said, "Ladies and gentlemen I feel that I can now regard myself as a good Christian Jew.' His sally brought down the house." A Brick with a Kick TITY friend, Mr. Garnet*, of Sydney, has forwarded me a photograph from an RngHsh paper, showing a girl purchasing a wine brick in a New York store. The bricks consist of compressed grapes, anc, when placed in water, they produce, ac cording to label, champagne. Bur gundy, or sherry. Owing to the pro hibit...

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
CAR AND TAXI CRASH IN CITY Driver Says His Mind Went Blank [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 9 October 1931

CAR AND TAXI CRASH IN CITY Driver Says His Mind Went Blank A finding of accidental death was returned by the Acting-Coroner (Mr. P.C. Siekmann) yesterday, at the in- Thomas Alfred Algate, of McLaren Vale, who died as the result of Injuries sustained in a collision between a motor car and a taxi on September 19. Mrs. Rose Annie Algate said that she and her husband were driving up Flin ders-street from Hutt-street and col lided with the taxi at the intersection of Gawler-place. Mr. Wembury Algate, driver of the car, said that, owing to the Shock, his mind was a blank from the time he turned into Flinders-street until he found himself at the Adelaide Hos pital. Mr. John Haarsms. driver of the taxi, said that he was driving along Gawler place. When he came to Flinders street he saw a motor car travelling towards him at a high speed. He ac celerated to get out of the way, and, realising that a collision was imminent swerved to the right. The car struck the side of his taxi and then slewe...

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
POSTAL ARRANGEMENTS October 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 9 October 1931

POSTAL ARRANGEMENTS October 9. UNITED KINGDOM, EUROPE CEYLON. EGYPT. INDIA, SINGAPORE.—Per Mon- <*> golia (due London, November D—Sup plementary, via Fremantle, letters and. commercial papets. *tite day, 8 ftjiLS* 930 "* *" Tr""1 rauway. UNITED K2N3OOU, BUBOPE (specially endorsed). ECTFT. INDIA, MaT.T*, CETLON, per Jems Bay (due laondoa, November 11)—Newspapers (all sea. route), October 12, TO ml; parcels, Oc tober 12, 10 ajn. Supplementary, vl? Knemantie —Registered letters. October 3% 6 pjn>; lettos sad Gommerdal ini1"^ October 13, & am, 920 tun. from imJt way. . TOUTMU KINGDOM. EOROPE. OBCUQBt, EQTPX. INDIA. SXNaAPORB.—Per Or eova, due liondon November II Tuiwly ■ ' October 13. 1 pjn.; newspapers and p*o fcete (via France), October 13, « p.mj newspapers (all sea route). October 13. October 15, 10.30 am., late fee lajpooa. tered letters. October 15, E pjn.: letter* Bud coDuaepd&l papers. IS, S ajn., 820 ajn. from railway. AtJETRALIA-KARACHI-iONDON....

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HOW WE SELL OUR WOOL Auction's Orderly Din £400 A MINUTE [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 9 October 1931

HOW WE SELL OUR WOOL Auction's Orderly Din £400 A MINUTE In an amphitheatre-like hall in. Brookman Buildings, Grenfell street, there will be conducted what appears 'on the surface to be the strangest pantomime on earth. Its principals are drawn from many coun tries, and a casual visitor wandering into the hall would be thoroughly dumbfounded as to what was going on. There is excited shouting of al most unintelligible words, and an im portant person on a rostrum brings silence every few seconds, like a school master with a strongly developed sense of discipline, by rapping the board With a harampr To those who know better, obviously this Is the Wool Exchange with a sale in progress, but to anyone else it might convey no other impression than that it is perhaps a disorderly rehearsal of- a pantomime with all the players in s special hurry to shout their .piece louder and sooner than any one else; but every time those players have last say it means that they have pledged themselves, or...

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
PRIVILEGED TAX CLASS CREATED Federal Servants And M.P.'s Exempt NO INCREASED IMPOSTS Protest In Assembly [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 9 October 1931

PRIVILEGED TAX CLASS CREATED Federal Servants And M.P.'s Exempt NO INCREASED IMPOSTS Protest In Assembly Under the Financial Emergency Act the Commonwealth Govern ment had exempted all Federal civil servants and Federal members of Parliament from any increased taxation in all States from Jane 30, 1930. declared the Premier (Mr. HOI) in the Assembly yesterday. After the House rose last night Mr. Hill said that he was opposed to any arrangement which would exempt Com monwealth public servants and Fede ral- members from payment of taxation similar to that paid by other citizens. The Federal and- State Governments must endeavor to reach an agreement on (he matter, but the difficulty would be to strike a uniform basis, the State's taxation rates and exemptions being different from those of the Federal Government. Biff toss of Revenue The discussion in the Assembly arose from a question asked by Mr McArthur (Lab.). "The action of the Federal Government will mean a considerable loss of rev...

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
TRIBUTES FROM ALL LEADERS "Brave And Noble Son" PARLIAMENTS SYMPATHY Melbourne, October 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 9 October 1931

TRIBUTES FROM ALL LEADERS "Brave And Noble Son" PARLIAMENTS SYMPATHY Melbourne, October 8. The secretary of the Defence De- <*> partment (Mr. M. L. Shepherd) today received the following tribute to Sir John Monash from the Governor-Gene- ral (Sir Isaac Isaacs), who is in Perth:—"With all Australia. I mourn the loss of one of her ablest, bravest, and noblest sons, a loyal servant of the King and country, distinguished alike in peace and war. A true com rade of those he led in the defence of liberty, a faithful administrator, a skil ful counsellor, and a public-spirited citizen, whose watchword in all he un dertook was the complete performance of *"g duties as he saw t^^m, he served Autralia and the Empire well. In his passing he has left an example which will be a beacon light of patriotic and unselfish endeavor." GENERAL SIS JOHN MONASH

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BUDGET SPEECH Probably Week After Next [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 9 October 1931

BUDGET SPEECH Probably Week After Next It was thought that the meeting of the all-parties Budget committee ves- <*> terday morning would have been the final one of the series. The Premier (Mr. Hill), however, will not be able to deliver his Budget speech next week, but most Drobably will do so on the Tuesday or Thursday of the following week. The committee, which is exam ining e:osely the de'.sils of revenue and expenditure, will confer again on Mon dav The orrblem it is far-ins is cut -;n? the climated deficit from £2,010.000 to £1.500.000. agreed to at the recent Premiere' Conference.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
DIFFICULTY OVER UNIFORMITY Law Should Be Repealed, Says Premier [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 9 October 1931

DIFFICULTY OVER UNIFORMITY Law Should Be Repealed, Says Premier The Premier was asked last night what he had meant by his statement in the Assembly .relating to "an. arrangement whereby the Common- wealth Government will impose taxa tion and pay it over to the States." Mr. Win said that no arransenwnt would be satisfactory to South Austra lia which would exempt Commonwealth public servants, or Federal members of Parliament, from payment of taxation similar to that borne by other citizens, in view of the fact that they enjoyed similar privileges of citizenship. Uniformity Problem "The Commonwealth Government," explained Mr. Hill, "has reserved the power under its Act to impose taxa tion, and to band it over to the States by arrangement. We have eot to try to reaca an agreement. but the difficulty will be to achieve a uniform basis. The States' taxation differs materially in rates, and exemptions. It is almost im possible to get uniformity; because the Commonwealth has no power to mak...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
LODGE SECRETARY ROBBED Men Lie In Wait For Him [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 9 October 1931

LODGE SECRETARY ROBBED Men Lie In Wait For Him Just before entering his front gate, Mr. Joseph Hall, of Seventh-avenue, St. Peters, was last night attacked by three men and robbed of a bag containing £3 and some papers. The men es caped, leaving him bleeding and dazed on the footpath. The atfcact is thought to nave been the result oi watching and careful planning. Mr. Hall, who is a lodge secretary, has been accustomed to returning home at night from lodge meetings with comparatively large sums of money in his possession. The property taken last night belonged to the lodge, and Mr. Hall was coming home from a meeting. He said he was outside his gate when three men approached him from be hind the fence of his next-door-neigh bor. One 6aid—"Who lives here?" and immediately Mr. Hal: was struck a violent blow in the face. He fell down, and the men seized his bag and dashed away. As soon as he recovered, Mr. Hall telephoned the St. Peters police, who immediately made an unsuccessful sear...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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"Proud to Serve Under Him" Governor's Regret [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 9 October 1931

"Proud to Serve Under Him" Governor's Regret The Governor (Sir Alexander Hore- Ruthven), speaking at a lecture de- <*> livered by Colonel W. Fowler Browns- <*> worth to members of the United Ser- vice Institution at Keswick Barracks last night, said he deeply regretted the j death, of Sir John Monash. They all | knew what valuable work he had done i during the war. He had seen much of ! General Monash then, and had been impressed by his great military know ledge. By his death Australia had lost a very great soldier and a grand man. At the request of the Base Comman dant (Brigadier J. L. Hardie) members stood in silence for a minute out of re spect to General Monash's memory. The State president of the Returned Soldiers' League (Mr. McCann) said:— "All ex-service men and women deeply re?r.?t the passing cf their late ciwcf.: The first man to command the five , Australian divisions as a corps in; action, we were proud to serve under him. The great successes...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Comrades' Tributes Melbourne, October 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 9 October 1931

Comrades' Tributes Melbourne, October 8. The Federal president of the Re- <*> turned Soldiers' League (Capt. G. J. C. Dyett) said Sir John Monash was uni- <*> versally recognised as one of me out- standing military leaders of the Great War. "Those who served under him in the A.T.F. will mourn the loss of their late commander, for whom they felt a deep personal affection," he said. "As a patron of tlie league he never failed to render any practical as sistance to his former comrades in arms, whose appreciation of his interest in their welfare was exceeded only by their great admiration for his sterling quali ties of leadership.- which so effectively contributed to the ultimate success of the Allied army." The Chief Commissioner of Police (Major-General T. A. Blarney), who was chief-of-staff to Sir John Mdnash when he was commander of the Aus tralian Army Corps in France, said that while Sir John Monash'e conspicuous qualities of mind distinguished him as a...

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IN LONDON 6 DAYS LATE Kingsford Smith Cables His Story TALKSTO WIFE Returning In "Eight Days Flat" LONDON, October 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 9 October 1931

IN LONDON 6 DAYS LATE Kingsford Smith Cables His Story TALKSTO WIFE Returning In "Eight Days Flat" LONDON, October 7. Despite his illness, and the hazards of the last week, Kingsford Smith "maintained his reputation of express train punctuality on his last stage of the flight from Australia, for he landed at Heston Aero drome on his hop from Rome at 5.40 p.m. today, on time to the minute. After having bad a few days' "loaf," be plans to start the return flight to Australia in a week, and is confident of reducing the time to eight days. His arrival was just six days later than be intended when he left Wynd bam. The fact that bis time of 14 days is less than that of Hinkler's re cord-making dash from England to i Australia in 1928 t although, lie has i taken six days to come from Milas, emphasise-, the amazing cuts which j nave been made in the record in the i last three years. ' j Kingston! Smith looked fit. consider-1 Ing his recent trying experiences, and: ft deep tan bid traces of...

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