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FEDERAL ELECTION Helping Emergency Committee [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 2 October 1931

FEDERAL ELECTION Helping Emergency Committee SUPPLIED BY THE LIBERAL FEDERATION. A circular letter has been addressed to every branch of the Liberal Federation, asking members ts lend an possible rap port to tbe organisers who have cone oat from the Emergency Committee. These organisers will form committees at each polling place, and win have the benefit of the experience la each centre of the Libe ral organisation. Tariff Debate Attention was drawn In fbJs column last week to the attitude of the Federal Labor Government In putting through increased tariffs. Two glaring examples of this were given last week in the debates on the tariff on Iron piping end fencing wire. Messrs. Hawker, Cameron. Gabb. and other anti Labor members did their best to 6ecure amendments, but the lAbor majority did not even remain In the House to listen to the discussion. They elmply rolled In and voted the duties when the bells were runs. Mr. Lacey, ILH.R., would probably like the farmers in Grey to think t...

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 2 October 1931

PUBLIC NOTICES AT PEARCE'S 34B, KING WILLIAM-STREET AND CENTRAL MARKET. CHEAPE R MEAT GENUINE SPRING LAMB. FORES, ^D. HINDS. ^*d. LEGS, gd. BEST QUALITY ISUTfON: ~ FORES, QD. HINDS, AD. LEGS, FJJd. DAIRY FED PORK FROM 7d. CHOICE BEEF. SIRLOIN Kid. RIBS 4D. SEL.VERSIDE, BRISKET, /ID. 2 CHOPS. \QO. 3 STEAK, \/§ 2 DRIPPING, gD. 2i MINCE, | / 4 SAUS., 1 / 3 GRAVY BEEF, T~7 SHOP AT PEARCE'S AND SAVE MONEY.

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Millions of Eggs Shipped to England Melbourne, October 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 2 October 1931

Millions of Eggs Shipped to England Melbourne. October 1. Figures made available by tbe De partment of Markets today showed that last week 657,000 dozen eggs were snip ped from Australia to Great Britain. In the last two weeks more than 1^50,000 dozen eggs have been exported to Great Britain The total export for tbe season now stands at 3,218,010 dozen, tbe shipments from South Australia being 613.470 dozen.

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 2 October 1931

GOODWOOD METHODIST CHURCH. FLORAL AND DOMESTIC ART EXHIBITION AND CHURCH FAIR. TODAY AND TOMORROW. TODAY'S SESSION 3 pjn.. opened by Mrs. C M Re'd, the Mayoress of Unley. TOSfOKROfl1' SESSION', 3 p.m.. opened br Mrs J. G. Jrniin. wife of the President of Mr'hndiR Conferencf. ? CONCERT EACH EVENING AT 7.45. OVER 300 ENTUirS RECEITEI) FOR EXH1BIT1OK. S. S. ASHTOS Hon. Secretary. SKATE GEE! ITS A BONZA THRILL SKATING RINK, PIRIE-ST. /»D. LADIES; GEMS, 'J / (PLUS TAX) BACK TO PAYNEHAM SCHOOL JUBILEE, GRAND CONCEST IN PAYXEIIAM MASONIC HUT., FRIDAY. OCTOHEH 2nd. In the rrfsen.e of Mr. A'.cy (Director of Education). Oarce to follow. Roll Call ai-d Back tn Schwl at 2 pm.. Saturday. Oct. j. Addr«» by Han. L. L. HILL. Spans T- follcn- on Oval at S.SO pjn. United CJiurA Parade on Ova'.. Sur.day. Ocu «Uk All Old fcAolara invited to attend.

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RESCUE OF SOUTHERN CROSS Loss of "Kookaburra" And Deaths of Anderson And Hitchcock KINGSFORD SMITH'S "TERRIBLE CHAPTER" [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 2 October 1931

RESCUE OF SOUTHERN CROSS Loss of 'Kookaburra' And Deaths of Anderson And Hitchcock KINGSFORD SMITH'S 'TERRIBLE CHAPTER' » ? ? Today's instalment of 'The Story of the Southern Cross' forms what Kingsford Smith has described as 'the terrible chapter' in the lives of the crew who h ad so confidently set out for Eng land, only to be stranded for many days in the wastes of the north-west. This and the loss of the 'Kookaburra' and the enqniry into the disappearance of the 'Southern Cross' are de scribed today. By AIK-COMMODOEE KINGSFORD SMITH PAST II. I MUST now leave my narrative for i a moment to explain the steps which were being taken for our rescue — details of which we received j on the wireless and which we followed : with breathless interest — and which ' culminated in the appearance of the ?'Canberra' as related at the end of j last chapter. j It will be remembered that right up | to the moment of our forced landing! our efficient radio operator, McWil liams, had been sending out...

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 2 October 1931

QUEEN'S HALL CttENFEI-L-STKEKT. TONIGHT, FRID. AND TUES. NIGHTS. ULDIE3 A-D GEXTU. 7d^ 7-J, Td. BIO FOUK DANCE BAN'D. CLARBIE COLEGATE. M.C. PRIVATE LESSONS, Modern. Old Style Dance* W.EA LITTLE THEATRE trii: present j MILSE'6 TilREE-ACT PLAY, '! 'THE IVORY DOOR' It THE ALSIRAL.'A. A:.^, -meet. On SATURDAY. OCTO3E3 3. ADMI6SroX— Rf*..rv.i. 2/1; I/nrerrnd, l/» BOOKING AT CAW-TIIORNE-a. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3. COLUMBIA'S \HGHTY EPIC OP THE AIR. 'DD2IGIBLE' Reserve at Marshall's — No extern. TIAEE A TLRKISH ISATH '? The Turkish Bath cures Lumbago. Rheumitlsd w::h3ut' takins drutre. CiTY BATn?' OPbS [).\rLY. Sineie Bath. * I ; dx tickets. £1. LADIES' DAY. all day WEDNESDAY. Sl'SDAT ' MORNING. J to 10. Gentlemen, SI. Lsdies. M..i..J.iir Evfn-.pg. S to 7. j m P E li S P B 1 N 1 1 M O - i The ADVERTISER GENERAL PRINT- ' ING OFPICE Send orders lor Pcetexs and Ad vertlscmenta.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 2 October 1931

USensational Friday Bargainising at% ?? ^^^^^^^ M Striped Shirting 1/3 for 7V2d. L* * 32-inch Stripe Shirting, 'Guard' Cambric, I.I Nat. colors. Dark grounds. Saxe, Fawn, and I V; Grey. ? m Craven's, 1/3 for 7*d. }A lingerie Lawn, 1/11 for 1/3 I ? Horrockses' fast color 36-inch Eusina Lin 1 ? gerie Lawn, in pretty floral designs, in ? Cream, Sky, Apricot, Lemon, Pink. Helio., til ^ Peach grounds, 1/11 for 1/3 yard. I VI Plain colors to match, 36 Inches wide, 1/6 lU for 1/ yard. \} Taffeta Poplin, 2/6 for - 1/3 IVi Sensational Job Purchase of Mercerised ? W Taffeta Poplin, 36 inches wide, in White, Ml Cream, Tussore, Sky, Saxe. Brown, Pink. I A 1 Helio.. Lemon. Almond. Peach, Navy, and Ivl Black. t ml Craven's, 2/6 for 1/3 yard. iM Plain Rayons, 2/9 for — 1/6 \ VJ Double Width Silk Rayons, in plain shadings [VI of Cream. Sky, Pink, Jader Helio., Fawn, |^1 Lemon, Saxe, Shrimp, Apple. Beige, Cham *vl pagne. Tan, Brown, Bed. Wine, Navy, and i Al Craven's, 2/9 for 1/6 yard. i| Fast CoLLi...

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 2 October 1931

So Smart and New — All Wool Flannel Middy Coats With Pleated Skirts to MatchorContrast Coats from 21/- Skirts from 17/6 Exactly as Illustrated in Sketch on Right. Middy Coats ? come In Double Breasted styles with Gilt Buttons, as ehown in the Illustrations; and are obtainable in colorings of Burnt Orange. Tangerine. Maize. Lemon, Lido. Saxe. Green. Red, Cream, and Navy, Pleated Shirts I are pleated In the newest ways, as ehown in the Illustrations; and are obtainable in color- I Injss of Cream. Lido, Mala?. Orange. I*mon. and Green. 1 When Worn Together I the Middy Coat and Pleated Skirt are extremely ema rt; they may be chosen In matching or contrastinR colorings. Par Sports. For Tennis. For Street. For Holiday, and many other OCCaSimisOf ** te FittiiHTsr-SSW. SW. W. Coats. 2140 at 21/ 50/55 at 29/6 90/6 at 25/ 90/2 at 25/ Skirts. 2158 at 19/11 79/15 at 21/ 79/11 at 17/6 82 at 23/6 [?] In tlie Fashion Showrooms — On the Ftrst Floor. Li \\ 1 1 1 1\ LTnra I . I Genuine Reductions! ^H...

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PART XII. THE HUNTER AND THE "LEOPARD" [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 2 October 1931

PARTXII. THE WJNTtJt ASD THE 'LEOPABD' Sarangetti Plains, October 3 — Just as ?we bad several preliminary attempts before getting our successful lion 'shots,' we are now going through a neart-breaKing period or trying to line up rhinos and make them perform. They are the most contrary creatures that exist. By placing flve cameras in various positions for a simultaneous 'shot,' it is hoped to cover any unexpected action of the rhinos. The lions we per mitted to 'ad lib' their parts. I suppose we are a bizarre looking outfit, to any rhino. Whether it was in good taste or not. we all enjoyed a practical joke played on one of the men of our party last night. I refrain from n&iyjfar wm He Is a good Kimter, so good, to fact, that In our fireside conversations, his bear was always a little bit bigger and his elk aUttle bit faster than Tthe last fellows who had' a tale to tell. Yesterday, he undoubtedly saw a leopard near the camp. He reserved tiie story until the fireside time, whi...

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 2 October 1931

£ MAYER'S D R H AMUSEMENTS SURROUNDED by the ferocious Isorgi. Trader Horn and Young Peru determine ^fi to sell their lives dearly. But captured, and after a night of horror, during which JR their carriers are sacrificed, they are condemned to be crucified head down. « The Film Achievement Which Has Gripped! The World's Imagination ! 1 I^Hyi TRADER HORN HIMSELF! 'M W%22%r^JmmmW -^TH^ old dephant hunter and ivory trader whose -3B Wftf& £ ^^bH exploits are now brought to the screen. The most E[ KffllfclSf yj^H remarkable adventurer of modern times. Thousands 'fa ?flfiuV ^^Ji^Hi °' coPi^s of his book were sold in Australia, and although jB HuStLvlVi *n^fl scoffers said that a film version was impossible — it jR& IllinhkAK lH^H took two years to make it — the motion picture industry Jfi ligJllJQLX&^^I^H bas come through with its most amazing achievement! ^H I u ? |« LIONS IN MORTAL COMBAT! : I «, , ^y^V .A MAZJNG beyond belief is what you will see and I 1 /£\2S5T...

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"TRADER HORN" With The Sound Camera In The Jungle SYNOPSIS [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 2 October 1931

I 'TRADER HORN' I I With The Soued Camera * | I In ?? The Jungle | [ (BY W. S. VAN DYKE} \ SYNOPSIS Sir. Van Dyke was the director of an expedition from Hollywood Into Central Africa, to make a sound picture of tue adventures of Aloyslus Horn, a trader on the Ivory Coast. Previously published Instalments of this narrative nave re lated toe adventures with storms, wild beast* and natives, which befell tie party. This article describes tie search for wild beasts for the animal scenes.

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

[?] \ MOORE'S | STARTLING I I PRICE CUT | SALE | STARTS MONDAY | ;| SEE WINDOWS I gin A FEW EXTRA SPECIALS FOR TODAY CHIFFON VOILES *MB inch Chiffon Voiles and Demla— ?Jeslaos on White T / ?ad colored grounds. I / ? attractive eoaHnUmf /f 1 |-L eoloa. that wm ap- I / I I 7 9 seal for date**/ J| JL 7* nods. Usually a/tL Moon* SeSa rite. - TAHO WHITE MARCEUA QUILTS Good quality Dimity ^ /— ^ MtawUa. White Q /I 1 «ultt». measuring «D -?%/ I I * 58. fa a nice Jin* %Jl J. A JuaHty. Usually M/B. Moorcs Special Price. EACH STB. AUST. WHITE BLANKETS Krtefc heavy Booth ^-a»^*fc. # a Australian White *??? #/* Woollen Blankets. #U/fl% ineasurJng 90 x 72. Lmmt I I A These ate earn good davJlrf W quality. Usually 45/. Moored Special Price. PAIR UNBLEACHED SHEETING tTnWfartwrt Sheet ing. M Indus vide. Absolutely no dress- « I Ing. and will bleach f / white (jnJcUy. *nit« ? / ?« Bhwtmr Is noted for 1/ food ?Mi, Usually ' 1/8. Moor-fa Special YARD ALL LiNEN FORFAR An pun Irish unan ^ # Foefar Tea T...

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

S. C. WARD & CO, STOCK, SHARE, AND INVESTMENT BROKERS, 30, GrenfeO-street, Adelaide. ' PM277C

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

I AMCSE5IENTS Continuous from 10.30 a.m to 10J0 pjn. j LAST DAY AND NIGHT. ! THE SIN SHIP ! A Raaio Picture, i wltii 3 Dynamic Stars. ! LOOTS WOL.HEM IAN Kliil'I'H '~ ? Beautilui MASY ASTOB, W j In Drains, that grips tne very soul. ! ALSO BUCK JONES 'IN 'THE DAWN TRAIL' EVERYTHING THAT A PIOTURK SHODU) POSSESS— EIGHTS. TBBBJJB. KOMANCE MICKEY THE MOUSE, LATEST CARTOON. TOMORROW (SATURDAY) Garry Cooper and Carole Lombard 'I TAKE TfflS WOMAN' A STORY. EMOTIONAL DRAMA OF A MODERN GIRL IN LOVE. PAR&MOUHT MASTEBPIHCE. 8BOOND BIG FE&.TUB&. THE TIDE OF LOVE RAN t^S^Sft C STRONG WITHIN HIM! ^SSJaB Zl And hen oat tit* mmdcf F wHI^I Hi dnamt! ^-—-^Hv'3 Mb^Bh BBITISH 6TJPEE SOUND HEWS. RESERVATIONS NO vrmtji CHAEGK. THOME CHUT. 3858. ' Final Performance Tonight OF 'A COUNTRY GIRL' With a Large Cast Chorus and Ballet. j; FINAL FIVE Hll+HUi OF ] !; SBA8ON. ; 'KATINKA' | !' A Ootnlc Opera of Perwmlal ] j! Popularity. !; i ! Tftte prodnettoo -pctk?'1wi ^fw-tt i * ' 4*TipTmi...

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

? ^_ ? AMUSEMENTS I MORNING A gffii 1003 ONE SHILLING SEATS AT EVERY SESSION STILL the Talk of the Town. Season Positively Ends Tonight. 'CITY OF SONG' WITH BETTY STOCKFIELD AND JAN KEEPURA. (On the Stage, Evenings only) LOMBARDFS NEAPOLITAN QUARTET, assisted by Miss Lynnie Gilbert, soprano, and by big supporting Programme. JOAN LEW BENNETT - AYRES STARTING #aH SATURDAY ^K&^WHil in A Delightful Comedy of Love—Spiced With Young Ideas! When The Blood Runs Hot ? — and love is in the air — what's a boy and a gorgeous eye-fun of a girl, to do? Tip 'THE M WHITE )£ LIE' ' WM&M

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LABOR NEWS Selling Bread in Shops [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 2 October 1931

LABOR NEWS Selling Bread in Shops The question of bread being sold in grocers' and other shops is under con sideration at the Federal convention of the Bread Carters' Union, now be ing held m Adelaide, a proposal nas been made that the Government be asked to create a Bread Board to con trol the sale of bread, and that the Government should fix prices. The board, it was suggested, should consist of representatives of master bakers, operative bakers, bread carters, and consumers. Wages and working, con ditions are also being considered at the conference. The auditor's report and balance sheet showed that the federation was in a strong financial position, with assets amounting to £5,000. Officers elected:— President, Mr. J. Nelson (Victoria): vice-president, Mr. G. Blyth (South Australia); general sec retary, Mr. H. J. Maynard (Victoria); treasurer. Mr. A. J. Shard (S.A.): auditors. Messrs. w. McDonald and W. Chatfield (SA); trustee. Messrs. F. Sheehan (Ballarat) and M. S. Bennett (8-A...

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SPELL FOR AUTO PAY Melbourne, October 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 2 October 1931

SPELL FOR AUTO PAT Melbourne. October 1. Auto Pay Is being given a speU by Ms trainer. H. Preedroan. In February Auto Pay ran tblrd to tile V.R.C. Sires Produce Stakes, and subsequently be won the Ascot vale Stakes Irom Starstone and GaUantlc.i Since then, however. Auto Pay has shown no form, and It bas been decided not to race -?-' this spring.

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Financial Help for Farmers in Queensland Brisbane, October 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 2 October 1931

Financial Help for Farmers in Queensland Brisbane. October 1. In the Legislative Assembly today, the Minister fox Agriculture (Mr. Wal ker) introduced a Bill that liberalises the provisions of the Agricultural Bank to assist the man on tne land in tne purchase of dairy cattle, sheep, farm horses, and seed for fodder crops. The Bill also authorises the bank to give liberal assistance in promoting settlement on the lands in Western Queensland recently cleared of the prickly pear pest ?

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Dole Coupons Accepted for Lottery Tickets Sydney, October 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 2 October 1931

Dole Coupons Accepted for Lottery Tickets Sydney, October 1. When the Minister for Labor and In dustry (Mr. Badderley) today received a deputation protesting against the Government's proposal to call for ten ders for the supply of dole lood, ne said that many shopkeepers were de frauding the Government and the un employed. Some charged for goods not supplied, some accepted coupons in payment for betting transactions, and others accepted coupons in ex change for lottery tickets. One storekeeper had exchanged a bottle of wine and a packet of ciga rettes for a food relief coupon.

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SHOTS FIRED AT PORTER Railway Station Hold-Up Melbourne, October 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 2 October 1931

SHOTS FIRED AT PORTER Railway Station Hold-Up Melbourne. October 1. At 10 o'clock tonight, three armed men went to the Darling railway station, where William James Hol brook, operating porter, was alone on duty. Bolbrook had made up the takings for the day, £89, and fearing a hold-up I had hidden the money. Two minutes before the train on] which he was to put the money was due to arrive, two armed men went to the door of the office, while a third man went to the booidng office win- 1 dow. and, without warning, fired a shot at Bolbrook, which narrowly missed him. While Holbrook was attempting to leave by the back door of the office, one of the other men flred a shot at him, but, fortunately, this also missed. The three men then ran away. No money was fa» i»»n

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