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Cut among the People [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 2 October 1931

Cut among the People By Rufus. AFTER luncheon yesterday I sat at a round table with W. B. Carr (chairman of the S.A.J.C). James Hall (chairman of the AB.C), Walter Gur ncr (r.hflirmwn of the Stock Exchange). W. J. Masson (manager of the Bank of Adelaide), and Prank Veroo. We did not talk racing, exchange rates, or the price of shares or wheat. We just told a few etories. And nowadays a good story makes one forget the de pression almost better than anything else. Jim Hall had celebrated his 76th birthday on the Drevioufi day. and we all congratulated *?"? cm his youthful appearance. When he put "Doc" Can's soft felt on his head he looked a boy again. In the afternoon Mr. Douglas Phillips introduced me to Mr. C. S. Waugh. marine superintendent for Huddart. Parker, who had arrived from i Melbourne in the morning. He told me that after midnight on July 31,1932, the I nautical terms pert and starboard would be no more, and that they would be re placed by left and right. Mr. Phillips said...

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
The Advertiser ADELAIDE: FRIDAY. OCTOBER 2, 1931 ONE BLOT [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 2 October 1931

The Advertiser ADELAIDE: FRIDAY. OCTOBER 2, 1931 ONE BLOT The belief is growing that the whole world has passed the bottom of the deepest trough of economic depression it has ever known, and that, almost im- perceptibly, the process of recovery has begun. This feeling is nowhere stronger than In Australia, where rea son and experience Justify considerable faith in the recuperative power of a young country. It Is by no means irrational to suppose that, if Australia is given a chance, she will emerge from the present crisis with relative rapidity. The prices of her staple exports are rising under the influence of the de cline of the British pound: and, in spite of the likelihood of a progressive reduction of the bonus of 30 per cent, assured to the exporter by the present high rate of exchange, the situation justifies a, revival of hope for the future of primary production. It would be idle to pretend, however, that every prospect pleases; and in no conceivable circumstances will it b...

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DEATH OF ORPEN "Sowing New Seed" Stir Recalled FAMOUS PORTRAIT PAINTER LONDON, October 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 2 October 1931

DEATH OF ORPEN "Sowing New Seed" Stir Recalled FAMOUS PORTRAIT PAINTER LONDON, October 1. Sir William Orpen, the most famous portrait-painter of his time, died today, aged 53. He painted portraits of most of the notable people of the day. and his self-por traits are a wen-known feature of bis work. It is recalled that the only Orpen picture which the South Australian Art Gallery ever bought was "Sowing New Seed." which has been described as a "beautifully decorative cross between an allegory and a cartoon." It raised a storm in Adelaide, and for the short time it was left hanging in the Art Gallery drew the greatest attendances ever known. Orpen's full title for the picture was m^gmmgmm "Sowing New Seed WpxWjS nificanoe for Aus- IQf w^tSs tralians generally, ISggPyipSlls at the Art Gallery SsksMl^mpl disfigured with a HhhJ^HE||K the picture, it was upon request be^g ■I^^^Hfl^HH made to the artist _. _-„. ,_ for the portrait of Sir William Orpen Marshal Itoch. which now hangs in the ...

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KINGSFORD SMITH SAFE FORCED LANDING IN ASIA MINOR Expected at Athens Yesterday STILL SLIGHT CHANCE OF RECORD Down Close to Line of Course LONDON, October 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 2 October 1931

KINGSFORD SMITH SAFE FORCED LANDING IN ASIA MINOR Expected at Athens Yesterday STILL SLIGHT CHANCE OF RECORD Down Close to Line of Course LONDON, October 1. Athens reports that-Air-Commodore Kings- <*> ford Smith made a forced landing at Milas, 70 miles south-west of Smyrna (Asia Minor), and is expected at Athens (Greece) today. Milas is a town about 20 miles from the western coastline of Asia Minor, and almost directly on the airman's route from Aleppo to Rome. laltnoush his friends had given up hope of the airman breaking Sfollison's record, he may still succeed if he can <*ovor the 1,400 miles from Athens to London before 3 p.m. on Friday. "Within a day's flight of London on his record-breaking attempt, he had been missing more, than 24 hours. There had been a mys tifying silence since he left Aleppo for Rome at 4 a.m. on Wed nesday. He should have reached there at 6 p.m. that day (2.30 a.m., Thursday, Adelaide time). Enquiries bad been made at air ports ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 2 October 1931

SPECIAL ADVERTISEMENTS CENTRAL PROVISION STORES ADELAIDE'S BEST GROCERS HAVE OPENED A NEW BRANCH AT— 146, HENLEY BEACH-ROAD, TORRENSVILLE FINE FRESH STOCK—CHEAP PRICES Se"wm??«?r Butter, Best, 1/2 ft. KnOrvKnn P'ce - - 3<!. Ib. Jl*hrv R-tfter - - - HW. H?. S^ed P*aH Tapioca - 2H. Ib. W4 O,ep«e - m.. B*d. H>. ?*arl Tapioca - - 3d. Ib. JW?fnre<l Cfteese - 10^ It Ib. W*et?es - - 4id., lid. pkt. Baby Cheese - - lfltd. ea. (Vsoies - • 4|d., lid. pkt Kraft Cb-M.se - - B*d. pkt. W!?es. L*n? - - 3 for 1/1 ADewrie Cheese - - 8-M. pkt. Tnstard Powder - - IOM. tin Maxam Cheese - - 84d. pkt. Foster Clarice's Costard Powder, Kraft Cheese. Jan - B£d. jar 1/ tin Chapman's Bacon Rashers, C.P.S. Powered Milk, 10id. tin 10H Ib. Trnfood Milk - - 10R tin Chapman's Streaky Bacon, Biscuits, Coffee - - B^d. Ib. 9H ft. Rice - - 8H ft.] Ham Rashers - - 9§d. ft. Ginger Nnts - B|d. ft. Roll Rashers ... 7Jd. ft. Cnrrants - - 6d. and 7d. ft. | Best Eggs - - - - 6d. doz. Sultanas ... - B...

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PREMIER AND MR. CAMERON "Abusive" Letter Sent GRAVE VIEW TAKEN [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 2 October 1931

PREMIER AND MR. CAMERON "Abusive" Letter Sent GRAVE VIEW TAKEN Last night the leader of the Country Party (Mr. Cameron) sent another letter to the Premier (Mr. Hill) in connection with the controversy which has arisen over the action of the Crown Solicitor (Mr. TTariTian) in -writing to Mr. Cameron suggesting the withdrawal of certain criticism of an opinion given by the Crown Law Department about the Far mers' Belief Act. The Premier's comment was that the letter was abusive, discourteous, irre -levant, and unwarranted, and the fact that Mr. Cameron had published it be fore it had reached him, was a clear indication that Mr. Cameron was using it for political propaganda. Mr. BUI added that the Cabinet would have to consider whether Mr. Cameron should continue on the Budget Committee. Mr. Cameron's letter, dated Septem ber 30, is as follows:— , "The Honorable the Premier. Sir— In reply to your letter of 28th inst., may I be permitted to observe that your letter is in no sense a repl...

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SOCIAL NOTES [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 2 October 1931

SOCIAL NOTES Conducted by Idra To ensure insertion, wedding re- <*> ports most reach "The Advertiser" within it week of the' ceremony. and most be signed by both parties. Other matter intended for publication in this column should I be forwarded as early as possible. All invitations and commnntaa tions in connection witb purely social matters should fee addressed to "Idra," Social Editress. The committee of the Antiques Exhi bition has decided to extend the season : till Friday, October 9. Mrs. G. T. Wright, of Mount Gam bler, fe spending a holiday with her daughter, Mrs. E. V. Mullighan. of Ken sington-road, Kensington Gardens. Miss Beryl Jones, of Yankalilla, is the guest of Miss Sadie Mclnnes, Ade laide. Mr. and Mrs. J. Nairn entertained a number of friends at their residence, Eden, to celebrate the coming of age of their daughter Carlene. In aid of the Children's Hospital, Miss Ada Dreyer, organised a bridge party at the residence*of Mrs. Bayly, Wootoona-terrace, G...

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ANGRY SCENES IN FEDERAL HOUSE Exciting Tariff Debate SHOUTING AND DISORDER Canberra, October 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 2 October 1931

ANGRY SCENES IN FEDERAL HOUSE Exciting Tariff Debate SHOUTING AND DISORDER Canberra, October 1. Shouting and general disorder and angry personalities, in which Mr. Roland Green and Mr. Blakeley, Mr. Gullett and Mr. Forde were bracketed, maraed tne pro ceedings in the House of Representa tives today, particularly during the tariff debate. The Minister for Home Affairs (Mr. Blakeley) replied to accusations made by Mr. Roland Green (CP, N.S.W.), that, in relief works and unemployment in the Federal territories, returned sol diers had been discriminated against unfairly. j The Speaker (Mr. MaJdn) compelled Mr. Green several times to withdraw offensive expressions, and finally re quired him to apologise to the House for the continual use of un-Parllamen tary language. He also checked the Minister repeatedly. ' Mr. Green's Grievance j Mr. Green's grievance was an asser-' tion that all the Instructions Mr. Blakeley had issued concerning unem ployment and relief works consisted of restricti...

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Slaughtering Held Up [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 2 October 1931

Slaughtering Held Up Slaughtering of lambs for export was held up at 3 o'clock yesterday after- <*> noon at the Pott Adelaide Produce Depot, and about 600 lambs which were to nave been treated Wore turned out Into the yards. Tie hitch was flue to a~ Jfli*ftgT**oTw«*Tit' fljn Hub '-xiussUdei *<of /replacing about eight of the-50 «fanpMi?rp'''p*V who iiwTg been unable to fcin the standard* somber iojt lamtaBr&&* hone • . The men *^rtwy?TWi , j*^f*'w that they have been opt of wtakXar months, and have not yet necovered their dexterity; Work at tber-Abat-v toirs is slack nt presentcaiidittK was proDQsed to transfer men from'ttiere.' The employes at Port Adelaide iat* meeting in the Bftemoon iexprtteed opposition to flic scheme. *nii?ywni resume work this momin*. «nd -bold another -meeUn?.at fniddfty.' If;a settlement Js not* xeaebed 'tte work may be farther -held -op.

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MOTHERS' UNION SERVICE [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 2 October 1931

MOTHERS' UNION SERVICE A special group service for women in St. John's Church, Halifax-street, was conducted by the rector (Rev. E. A. North Ash), and Miss G. Smith pre- sided at the organ. Over 230 women were present, including members from Holy Trinity, St. Luke's, St Mary Mag- dalen's, St. James's (West Adelaide), St. Oswald's (Parkside), St. Saviour's (Glen Osmond), and St. Theodore's (Rose Park). The rector at the meet- ing in the Parish Hall introduced Mrs. H. E. Fuller, who gave an address on the Mothers' Union conference held in England. Mrs. Fuller was a delegate from Australia. Flowers were presented to Mrs. Fuller, Mrs. L. Giles, and Mrs. E. A. North Ash. Afternoon tea was served. GIRL IFEEK AT BDLE—END The Pollyanna Girls, of ttie Holder Memorial Methodist Church. Mile-End, completed their year's activities last meek. On Monday and Tuesday a competition was held of needle and art work, cook ing, floral and literary work (including prepared and Impromptu speeches, poems, ...

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OUR COUNTRY SECTION LAURA SHOW Record Entries Received Laura, September 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 2 October 1931

OUR COUNTRY SECTION LAURA SHOW Record Entries Received Laura, September 30. The Boyoolie Agricultural Society held its fifty-ninth annual show at Laura on Wednesday, in favorable weather. The attendance was equal to that of last year. A special train service was arranged for convenience of visitors from Peterborough, Port. Pirie, and Gladstone. Among the visi-   tors were Mr. Blesing, M.L.C., Messrs. J. A. Lyons and B. D. Nicholls, M.P.'s, and W. C. Glasson, president of Belalie   (Jamestown) Show. The president (Mr. A. A. Holland) and secretary (Mr. H. R. Hammell) were well backed up by willing workers, who had to keep ex- penses down to a minimum and do much voluntary work. The show was one of the most successful in the so- ciety's history, records being estab- lished in many sections. Draught stock Illness of one of the principal entrants in stock resulted in a falling off of ex- hibits. Mr. George E. Hill, of George- town, was the principal prize-taker....

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DRIVE FOR BLIND TO GATHER IMPETUS £10,000 Sought By End of November [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 2 October 1931

DRIVE FOR BLIND TO GATHER IMPETUS £10,000 Sought By End of November The organisers of the appeal for £10,000 to aid the Royal Institution for the Blind are hopeful that the amount required will be raised by the end of next month. With this object in view, steps are being taken to give a greater impetus to the drive. At a meeting of the organisers on Wednesday, the appoint- ment of various sub-committees was suggested, with the object of providing expert assistance for the different activities contemplated. An entertain- ment committee was the first of these units to be formed. This will com- prise Messrs. H. W. Hodgetts, jun., S. E. Fuller, R. J. A. Bruce, H. H. Sando. and Mrs. C. E. Chapman. The cinema exhibition given by Ozone Theatre at Marryatville on Wednesday evening realised £22 13/. The whole of the proceeds were do nated to the fund. Toe same pro prietors have now decided to give a similar entertainment at their Ecfield theatre on Friday. October 16, at which the blind orch...

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GAOL FOR GIRL Would Not Answer Questions Melbourne, October 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 2 October 1931

GAOL FOR GIRL Woijld Not Answer Questions Melbourne, October 1. when a girl aged 15 refused to answer -Questions at the Fitzroy Court today she was sent to gaol for seven days. Two justices of the peace made that ocder during the hearing of the charge* against James Edgar, a factory emplane, of Fitzroy. of having com mittefl an offence against a girl. TIae girl told the court that a state ment which she had made to the police on August 25 was not true, and that sh-3r would not answer any questions. Edgar was remanded til] October 8.

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FEDERAL ELECTORATES TO BE UNALTERED Lang and Beasley Groups Busy Canberra, October 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 2 October 1931

FEDERAL ELECTORATES TO BE UNALTERED Lang and Beasley Groups Busy Canberra. October 1. It was stated tonight that the Gov ernment is unlikely to proceed with the Bill providing for the redistribution of electoral boundaries and, as a con sequence, tne elections to be held early next year will be contested on the existing constituency basis. | This arrangement, in addition to suit- f ing the Government, is welcomed by i the Lang group, which has for several i months been finalising plans to con- i test most, of the seats held in New ! South Wales, Victoria, and South Aus tralia by sitting Labor members. Mr. Beasley and his supporters hav* expresed their determination to make a strong attempt to win sufficient seats to place their party in the position of holding a balance of power in the next Parliament.

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Stock Sales at Flemington Melbourne, October 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 2 October 1931

Stock Sales at Flemington Melbourne, October I. At Flemington today about 10.000 fat : lamQs and 3.000 tax sheep were offered. I Export demand was the principal factor of the market, with a gocd average caU : for standard grades. Competition for j spring Iambs was well sustained, prices { generally showing a firmer trend on re- . cent export parity tor best consignments. I Quotations ranged from 14/ to 16/. with ] extra prime to 17/6. Fat sheep included , many small recently shorn consignments, ? Ughter weight hoggets, and aged !'«nbs. I Demand was slightly Irregular at reduced j rates. The cattle market was lightly supplied , with fat cows— onJy 270. Competition was ! very week at last week's closing rates, l Quotations:— Prime pen*, cows. £8 to £8 IS/; odd beasts to £10; goad pens. £6 i 15/ to £7 10/; mfildMng and Inferior rrom 1 £4 10/. I

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DISTRICT CRICKET Teams for Tomorrow [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 2 October 1931

DISTRICT CRICKET Teams for Tomorrow The first series of district cricket matches will be played tomorrow and October 10. Teams are as follows: — ? A GRADE WEST TOBEENS V. PBOSPBCT (Thebaron Ovalt west Torrens — A. E. Smith (capt.). A. S. Woolcock, H. K- Slncock, W. G. Walte, Oriffen, O. W. Walker. A. G. Shepherd. L G. Helton, W. Falls, Young, and D. Con Prospect— A. B. Barker (capt.) T W. WaU (vlce-capt.), L. B, Lewis. T. A. Cari too. I*. A. Smith. C. Smith. H. Crovhuret, M. Matheson. G. Stock. E. Cole, S. Hughes, and J. Havey (12th). GLENEU3 V. KENSINGTON (Kensington Oval) Glenelg— A. Hack. B. Hack S. E. Hall. A. K. Muliner. H. U Percy, B. N. Two peny. A. F. Bichter. W. E. Catehlove. W. S. Blchardson. W. Bailey, and F. Ward. Kensington— loveridge. Bowley. Grim mett, Johnson, Stirling. Shepley, Eack a^SySfo£^iith?t'kSOn- ?^ '«*? EAST TORBENS V. COLTS (Norwood Oral) , Eist--I'o£!?ns— ^ w' Baaer. I- C. Brldg ^o- ^,CrecpS- P- K- Lee- a c- NJtschke. J. S. Palmer. H. Plumstead, J. M. Sis...

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Songs of the Outback [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 2 October 1931

Songs of the Outback As fun of changing moods as I3je bush itself are the songs written by Linda Phil lips: — 'Bush Lyrics' aod 'Songs of the Outback,' published by Alias & Co. The 'Lyrics'* are for high voice, and the writer has used bird calls In drawing a musical picture 01 the bush. Changing tonality invests the whole with an appropriate rest lessness. Tbe outback stags are for medium voice, and are The Settlers,' 'Ball Workers,' and 'Droving Song.' The titles reveal the character of the songs, which are set to words written by Miss Phillips. They make en interesting con tribution to Australian musical literature.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 2 October 1931

ON THE STAGE, BSATINEE AND NIGHT H SESSIONS. BJOH SPECIAL ENGAGEMENT OF ^H 'VAULTO' ? THE DAREDEVIL, DEATH - DEFYING Etc! TRAPEZIST. ffiU Service InformatioiL. WM 3 PRICES ONLY. 1/. 1/6, AND 2/. PLUS H tax. j^a Book any Seat in Theatre. ESSS No extra charge. Plans open Day and nS Night at Theatre. WK Book and be Sure. Ring Central 7788. H i ? ? sfllj AND SBfl The sunny side of the War and not a shot aPJI fired. H LesKe FoDer and Max Nesbit mm in H 'OLD SOLDIERS NEVER DIE' Finl A BARRAGE OF LAUGHTER. K*Sm Learn the reason why 'old soldiers never p9H| die,' and laugh yourself limp learning. n , ^H Interesting Supporting Programme |H INCLUDES BRITISH SUPER SOUNDNEWS ^H AND FOX AUSTRALIAN GAZETTE. |J9 SILL7 SYMPHONY CARTOON. 31 *«THE SKELETON BAND'

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Advertiser Crosswords—191 THE CLUBS ACROSS [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 2 October 1931

Advertiser Crosswords — / 9 / TBE CLUES ACROSS l.K3nd of skirt. 6. Flail. 9. Puffed. 13. Cognisant 14. Bear 15. TOOL 16. CrneL 18. Plant. 19. Beady. 20. Pierce. 22. Concurred. 25. Scoffed, 27. Child. 28. Carrier. 30. Tied. 33. Take off. 35. Blunders. 37. iv-gpin. 38. Active. 40. Wrath. 41. Warm. 42. Evolving. 44. Berry. 45. Mount. 46. Drift 48. AIH7 49. Annoy. 51. Presumed 53. Prised. £6. Cut. 59. Singles. 60. Lay. 62. Comnarison. 64. Trophy. 65. Centre. 66. Strong. 67. Period. 68. Shout 69. Beliefs. DOWN. 1. Drag. 2. Admit. 3. Cook. 4. Fetch. 5. Plant 6. Cover. 7. Tract. 8. Area. 10. Deposited. 11. Excursions. 12. -Tobacco. 17. Preclude. 19. Falls back. 21. Acknowledge ment. 23. Astral body. 24. Flower. 26. Vilified. 28. Makes for 29. Golfing term. 3L Chaperones. 33. Tree. 34. Gave up. 36. Part of coat 39. Tree. 43. Pierces. 47. Edit, 50. Vessel. 52. DeviL 53. Trims 54. Ban. ' 55. Darling. 57. VexT^ 58. Plots. 61. Test. Solution No. 190 ANOTHER PROBLEM TOMORROW.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 2 October 1931

P^ A Bigger and Belter MICKEY MOUSE PARTY MM Mi ^k\ ? ^k Saturday Morning at 10 a.m. rff ^ ? \9 Door. Open at 9.15 Sharp. ^J J*?W *^* Parents! This Party la In addition to the usualjpro ^££SV gramme. Parents and children, stop and see the whole X^ Show. Bring your Lunch. Ho. 1 —The Big Picture Programme of Specially 8e ?*? tected Pictures Includes: — ? ^ REX. The almost Human Horse, in 'THE HAR ▼ VEST OF HATE1' (youTl love this). . No O— MICKY MOUSE in 'THE SKELETON DANCE' -* This is a Big Laugh, Children. Ho. O— 'OLD SOLDIERS NEVER DIE.' with England's ** Greatest Comedian. LESLIE FULLER (everyone should see this one). ? No. A— BIG STAGE ATTRACTION. * 'VAULTO,' the Dare DeviL The man lrtth Steel Nerves. The Death-Defying Trapezlst. CASH PRIZES. CASH PRIZES. No. K— BIG COMPETITIONS ON THE STAGE. 10/. «* for Best Player Mouth Organ (Boys). Note Bring your own mouth organ. No C— BALLOON COMPETITION tor Girls. OaSh ' ' Prize, 10/. Blowing up best balloon. No 'T— DANCING COMPETITION. Fo...

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