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BUTTER SUPPLIES Big Increase in Canada EDMONTON. February 19. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

BUTTER SUPPLIES Big Increase in Canada EDMONTON. February 19. I Ir, January ;ir_= yr?.r the Alberta , : creamery burter manufacture increased N 77 per cent, over tiie ou:pu: of January j | last year. 1

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MINING NEWS OIL SEARCH, LIMITED [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

MINING NEWS OIL SEARCH, LIMITED By arrangement with the Department of Home Affairs. Dr. W.G. Woolnough, Fede- re] Government Geologist, visited the ! Soutb-E&st of South Australia last week In j company with officials of Oil Search. Limited, to Inspect an Important area where Oil Search. Limited, has been carry- Ins out scientific investigation In accord ance with the methods employed !n the United States of America, and recommended by the Federal Government Geologist. Dr. VJoolnough's report will be submitted to the Minister for Home Affairs.

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GUINEA GOLD [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

GUINEA GOLD The secretary of Guinea Geld. N.L., writes:—"In connection with the option obtained by this company over a dredging proposition near Eldswold. Queensland. Mr. R. J Falconer, the expert appointed to re pcrt on the property, left Melbourne on Thursday. A complete borlnsr plant has | been sent up to the field. The company i has now obtained an option over a *mall ! dredsrlng proposition In Harden New South t Wales. Under the terms of the agreement j tht company has a free option for one : month to Inspect and obtain a report. Ar- , rangemente have b?en made for Mr. Tom ; Victor to visit and resort on the pro- i perty." * TELEORAM FROM MANAGER SJL OH Wei!--. February 20—No. 2 bore— Water shut off and w^tl ballerf dry: c". now coming In No. 3 bare—Balled 140 , gallons of oil. No. 4 bore—Cleaning out ! well and plugging bottom to =t->o tx-ttom water coming In. . No. 6 rxre— Pumping : oil. No. 7 bore—Depth 730 ft.: grey marl. DPhvdrating Plart—Sh'.pp?d 21 drums. 45 gallons e...

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KNIGHTHOOD FOR CAPT. CAMPBELL Further Attempts by Car Speedman RETURNS FROM DAYTONA LONDON. February 19. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

KNIGHTHOOD FOR CAPT. CAMPBELL Further Attempts by Car Speedman RETURNS FROM DAYTONA LONDON. February 19. The Kips has conferred a knight- hood upon Captain Malcolm Camp- bell, who returned to England to- day from Daytona, Florida, where he made s world's motor car speed record of 245 miles an hour In the Napier Bluebird motor car. He reached ply mouth in the Mauretania. and continued ihe Journey by the liner t? South ampton, where a civic reception and banquet awaited him. News or his honor was con veyed to Sir Mal colm in a note from the Prime. Minister handed to him imme diately the Mau retanla reached Southampton. The note said, "l am glad to inform you that his Majesty has been pleased to approve that the honor of knighthood be conferred upon you." In an Interview Sir Malcolm Campbell said he wished the United States aspirant for the record the best of luck. If a speed of 300 miles an hour, which it was stated the new car would achieve, was reached, he would attempt to go one be...

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OTHER FEATURES THIS MORNING [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

OTHER FEATURES THIS MORNING Page i Page Answers to Correspondents . . 6 Monetary and Commercial .. 12.13 Broadcasting Programmes .. .. 11 K^?^* """V. 12 Church No.es 5 Racing and Other Sport 10 Country Section li Radio Section 11 General News 16 ! Serial Story 19 Illustrations 20 Shipping 12 Law Courts 13 Social Notes . 13 Leading Articles 14 Views and Comments 18 Literature 6.1 Weather Map 19 INDEX TO CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS Amusements 2.3 Legal Notices 5 Auctions 20 Lost and Found 8 Business. Partnerships. &c 8 Machinery, Hardy.-are. &c 4 Births Marnases. and Deaths 14 j Mining Friends ." " 5 Board and Residence Vacant . 8 , Money. Slocks, and. Shares .. 8 Board md Residence Warned 8 j Motor Can- 5 Business Notices 3.20 j Motoi Cvdes 5 earners. <ssc 4 ] Motor Tour Notices 3 Cycles ?— .. 8 : Miscellaneous 5 Cricket Notices 3 i Offices. Warehouses. &c to Let 4 Drapery and Clothing 1 j Persons Wanted 8 Dogs. Cats. &c 8 I Public Companies 8...

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STOCKS IN NEW YORK Further Decreases Shown NEW YORK. February 19. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

STOCKS IN NEW YORK Further Decreases Shown NEW YORK. February 19. The decrease reported yesterday la Australian bond issues continued to- day, when rates closed as follows:— Commonwealth 5's (1955), £5G2: (1957), i £56: 4i'fi, £528. New South Wales S'e <1957>. £56: (1958) £551. Queensland. 6's. £76: Ts, £86}.

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CONSPIRACY TO ROB BANK CONSPIRAGY TO ROB BANK [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

CONSPIRACY TO ROB BANK CONSPIRAGY TO ROB BANK The five men, including a bank clerk and a former constable, who were charged with having conspired to cob the Clifton HOI branch of the English, Scottish and Australian Bank, were found guilty by a Jury in General Ses sions to-day. They were remanded for sentence. The men who were charged were:— James Ryan (39). clerk, and formerly a constable, of Clifton Hill; Richard Owen Davies (19). bank clerk, of Ivan boe; John Alexander Irwin <2O). motoi mechanic, of Ivanhoe; Edward Brougn ton Harris (26), carpenter, or Ivanhoe; and George Henry Gardiner (25). motor mechanic, of Heidelberg. The Jury returned its verdict of guilty with a 6trong recommendation to mercy. The prisoners were remanded for sen tence ;

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SHIPOWNERS' STATEMENT "Parliament Has Not Considered Matter Yet" Melbourne. February 20. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

SHIPOWNERS' STATEMENT "Parliament Has Not Considered Matter Yet" Melbourne. February 20. In explanation of the position which has arisen from the decision of the Full Court of the High Court on pre- ference in employment on the water- ference in employnvsit on the water front, the shipowners issued the follow ing statement to-day:— "The recent judgment of the High Court was necessarily based solely on legal and technical points. The re gulation was issued while Parliament was not in session, and Parliament up to date has bad no opportunity to express its will as to the policy enunciated in the regulation." It is believed that one of the first actions cf the Senate when It re- Ossembtes early next month will be to disallow the reguUUons made under the Transport Workers Act for the purpose of giving preference in employment to unionists on ibe waterfront. NO VOLUNTEERS IN BRISBANE Brisbane. February 20. TJnder the amended Federal legisla tion regarding preference to members of the Wat...

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COMMERCIAL Continued from Page 12 [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

COMMERCIAL Continued from Page 12 A.W. Sandford & Co. Limited. report on February 20:—Butter— The local production at butter to far this season had kept up rather better than usual, but this week there was a sharp decline In quantities received both. In cream and bucter. so that it will be necessary to Import heavier quantities ot choicest grades from the eastern States <furiiiK the next few weeks. The demand is keeping up fairly well considering the tunes, and odd parcels of lower grades are going forward to Ijondon. Bates on Friday were unaltered. Choicest cream ery fresh butter in bulk. 1/7 >i: print* and delivery extra; second and third grades, 1/5U (these prices are subject to the stabilisation levies); best separators. 1/3' i to 1/4>A: well conditioned store and col leetora'. 1/ to 1/1: heated and pastry, lid. per lb. Eggs—The warm weather this week seemed to have caused slightly j heavier production, and on Friday the quantities received were rather b...

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300 WATERSIDERS SIGNED ON Preference at Port VOLUNTEERS EXPECT SENATE TO ACT [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

300 WATERSIDERS SIGNED ON Preference at Port VOLUNTEERS EXPECT SENATE TO ACT A total of 321 members of the ' Waterside Workers' Federation was signed on at Port Adelaide yes- terday under the system of pre- ference on the waterfront to unionists and certain returned sol diers. Six vessels were worked, and the' only volunteers employed were 42 on the Westralia. They are returned sol diers, and therefore come within the scope of the recent High Court judg- ' ment by which preference n~as granted. Representatives of ihe chipping com panies, who have stood by the volun teers, would not comment on the posi tion yesterday beyond saying that work was going en steadily Volunteers Hopefnl Volunteers, who have lost their Jobs pin.their hope to the possibility of the ; Senate disallowing the preference re- i gulations. That Bouse will meet in March, and if events shape as the volunteers hope, they think they may be back in work in a few weeks. Storekeepers and business people at Port Adelaide ...

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BANK CLERK INJURED [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

BANK CLERK INJURED When the motor cycle, which he was riding through Adelaide yesterday morning, collided with a motor lorry at the intersection of Pirie-street and Gawler-place, William Goldsworth UB>. bank clerk, of Unley. was thrown heavily to the cround. He was ad mitted" to the Adelaide Hospital with lacerations to the head, and injuries to the left leg.

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AGRICULTURE IN CANADA Cannot Compete with Australia VICTORIA (B.C.). February 19. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

AGRICULTURE IN CANADA Cannot Compete with Australia VICTORIA (B.C.). February 19. Declaring that Imports from Austra lasia were demoralising the dairy, sheep end allied industries in British Colum bia, the Fanners' Institute to-day urged -,-? the Government to request the Do- ...--? minion Govemment to saJ2F lar!L* l?F l under the new treaty. They fraUdy Etated *+?"+ they could not compete.. ~ with Australian prJas.Tliej' nquerted that representations be made to tfae Imperial Economic Oonierence tor * banon Oriental ImmlirrsMan. At Beglna to-day a ttwwnd lar- ; mers marched to the Legislature and. ? - demanded the enactment of ? com- ' pulsory Grain Pool Act as a remedy demanded the enactment of a Oom cultore promised the demonstatlan : t^at the matter would be considered. BIVKK LEVELS ? Friday, February 38 .- - ? - PlooCor Betctit Obana ' -; Criueal at to 34 i. etan. San. Vgam. tUia. rt.Ui. **-?" Tetmao — 410 ? g Munflndl 23 0 310 ??* MosU .. .. .. .... 20 O Jjcm — M:mol 23 0 I?OW ...

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CHARLIE CHAPLIN IN LONDON Says He Has Nothing Against Talkies LONDON. February 19. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

CHARLIE CHAPLIN IN LONDON Says He Has Nothing Against Talkies LONDON. February 19. Thousands of people thronged the approaches to Paddington station this afternoon, and gave Charlie Chaplin a great welcome to London. In the forefront of the crowd were I several of the nun star's companions of his boyhood. He greeted them warmly and assured them that he would make an early visit to his birthplace at Lam beth. Thousands, including fashionable women, mobbed the approaches to Pad dlngton or streamed along the arrival platform. Policemen shepherded .him to bis motor car. and next moment Charlie reappeared seated on the roof, waving his hat and stick and blowing kisses to the scores of hands held up for a hand shake. There were similar scenes In the neighborhood of Carlton. where Chap lin is" occupying a royal suite. No Prejudice Against Talkies Asked what be thought about talk ing films. Chaplin said:—"My charac ter cannot speak. It is purely a per sonal matter. I have no prejudice again...

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MOTOR BOAT RECORD Kaye Don Leaves for Argentina LONDON. February 19. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

MOTOR BOAT RECORD Kaye Don Leaves for Argentina LONDON. February 19. Kaye Don, who will make an official attempt on the world's water speed record at Buenos Ayres early in March in the motor boat Miss England [?] in the motor boat Miss England tL, leaves Tilbury to-morrow for Argen tina. Miss Rnghnwi n. will also take part in a race at Detroit for the British international trophy.

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TESTS AT BLACKWOOD [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

TESTS AT BLACKWOOD On Sunday afternoon the club's transmitter, VK-5BR, was on the air on its usual wave length of 216 metres. After a few adjustments had been made contact was established with VK.-SDX who Helped considerably by checking up on the tests that were carried out. During the afternoon a call was received from Aldgate, stating that the reception in that locality was strong and the quality of the music was exceptionally good. At the committee meeting last Tburs- : day the scUedule for this quarter was { drawn up. To-night a visit win be | made to the shack of Mrs. H. M. Cooper. VK-SHG, at Ctfenelg: men-; bers will meet at the Strand Theatre. Jetty-road, at 8.15 pjn. Other items i include the annual social, and lec tures by Mr. Hill, Mr. O'Grady of the PMJG.'s Department, and Mr. Ken. Horan, VK-SDQ. whose subject win be I "Crystal Control."

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ENGLISH WHEAT MARKET TRADE QUIET LONDON. February 19. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

ENGLISH WHEAT MARKET TRADE QUIET LONDON. February 19. The enquiry for cargoes was quiet to- day. Argentines ware occasionally offered at less money while others wen un- changed The tone at was easier. Part ot 'the oargo of the Ban-dale sold at 31/8 In bags, and 21/3 bulk. Parcels .Were In. poor demand, and mostly 3d. quarter easier, owing; to heavy Argentine shipments, and lower North American advloea. A Mew Booth Wales panel In an unnamed steamer. February thlpmsnt, sold at ?/?. and a Victorian February loading to Haples ?lao at M/ 9. Futures. London. February and AprU. 30/4 quarter; Liverpool. March and May. 4/5% cental: July. 4/6%: and October. 4/Bis. Spot trade was fairly ac tive, with prices Una, Australian, ex-ship, being quoted at 23/8 to ay, 486 lb. Floor was steady. Australian, ex ?tare, at 18/6 .to 19/6, asp Ib. ,- Oats. peas, and beans wen *m CHICAGO WHEAT CHICAGO. February 19. March wheat options are quoted at 79>.i cents bushel. May 833,4 cents. July 69% cents; and S...

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SYDNEY QUOTATIONS Sydney. February 30. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

SYDNEY QUOTATIONS Sydney. February 30. Sydney. February 30. Straw—Tasmanlan derrick-pressed, to £4 10/: Victorian, to £4: Victorian oaten hay. £7 ton. Maize—Prime, to 4/: weevlly. to 3H bushel. Millet— £30 to £35 ton. Peas—Tasmanlan ex store, blue 6/: grey. 7/ bushel. Potatoes—Tasmanlan Brownelis. £7: Blsmarcks. £6: Victorian Oarmens. £9 10/. Onions—Victorian, to £5: Tasmanlan swedes. £5: carrots. £6 ton. Hooey—Board minimum prloes. Queen B. 41, id.: Honey B. 4/: Busy B. 3'4d lb. Eggs—Board prices, new-laid bee 1/6: medium. 1/3: pullet, lid.: Case. 1/3; duck, first grade. 1/8: second grade. 1/4: other srrte*. Northern Rivers. South Coast, and Railway consignments. 1/2 dooen. wneat. firmer locally, due to paucity of offerings; silo. 2/3: no parcels offering, nominally 2/4: giuweia' bagged lots. 2/2 Vi on trucks 6ydney, l/7>5 country; farmers selling; slowly MELBOURNE QUOTATIONS Melbourne. February 20. Wheat, steadierilone. parcels. 2/4>i. Flour quiet, export slow. £8. £8 5/. 'B...

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NO LEGISLATION READY Immediately After Meeting House Will Adjourn Canberra, February 20. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

NO LEGISLATION READY Immediately After Meeting House Will Adjourn Canberra, February 20. When the House of Representatives meets on Wednesday, March 4, it will almost immediately adjourn on ac- count of the death of Mr. J. West, who tor many years held the East Sydney seat. The adjournment will possibly be for a week, as the Government has prac- tically no legislation ready.

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MINISTERS LEAVE FOR MELBOURNE Canberra, February 20. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

MINISTERS LEAVE FOR MELBOURNE Canberra, February 20. Messrs. Scullin and Theodore left by the express for Melbourne to-night to negotiate with the bank authorities to- morrow on the basis of the resolution passed by caucus last night. The Attorney-General (Mr. Bren nan). the Postmaster-General (Mr. Green), and Senator. Barnes (Hon. Minister) will also travel from Can berra to Melbourne to-night The Minister of Health (Mr. Anstey) went to Sydney yesterday.

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URGENT APPEAL TO MR. LYONS CITIZENS' LEAGUE OBJECTS TO FEDERAL ADJOURNMENT [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

URGENT APPEAL TO MR. LYONS CITIZENS' LEAGUE OBJECTS TO FEDERAL ADJOURNMENT Because of the possibility of a further postponement of Federal Parliament after the reassembly on March 4, the organiser of the Citizens' league (Mr. E. D. A. Bagot) telegraphed to Mr. J. A. Lyons yesterday, urging him Im mediately to declare himself willing to form a new Ministry. A protest was made against any further delay in the meeting of Parliament. j A telegram to the leader of the Op position (Mr. Tjtt.hwTTit asked him to support Mr. Lyons in forming a new Cabinet "A move from you at this moment will be welcomed," the message added. Appeal to &A. Memben The request made to Mr. Lyons was; Included in telegrams sent to all South Australian members of the House of Representatives who were "earnestly re quested to declare themselves openly in support ot Mr. Lyons." Mr. Bagot saw that the Cittsens* League was opposed to a general elec tion at present. More delay in dealing, with the affairs of the...

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