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CLOTHING TRADES CASE [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 2 October 1931

CLOTHING TRADES CASE The hearing in Sydney of the claim of the Federated Clothing and Allied Trades Union for preference in the In dustry has concluded, according to a message received yesterday by the sec retary of the State branch (Mr. G. A. Carter). The final addresses will be heard in Melbourne about October 12, after which Judge Drake-Brockman is expected to give his decision.

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

SUBSCRIPTION RATES SEDUCED As a result of the reduction in then wages, members of the Public Service Association last night decided that the subscription rates to the association should be reduced by approximately 25 per cent. Boy Falls from Horse.— Falling off a horse which was frightened by some other children, Paul Marcicea (7), of Marlborough-street, city, sustain*! a compound fracture of the left forearm. He vms taken to the Children's Hos pital.

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

YOUTH EMPLOYMENT APPEAL Previously acknowledged .. £1,094 11 B Crystal Brook Girls' Club ? 110 C1.O95 12 8

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

IN MEMORIAM AND RETURN THANKS NOTICES ! Continued From Page 18 j IN BIEMORIAM DICKSON. — In loving memory of our dear moxher. tBo passed away at Port Pirie on 2nd October. 1927. Life brings much that changes. Time brines much that Is new There Is cue thing that never a'.ters. Tis the memory, dear mother, oi you. — Inserted by her loving son James and grandson Boy. DUCK. — In fond and loving memory of -iear father and erandi&Uier. William Duck, wbo passed away suddenly on 2nd October 1929. Loved and remembered the same today As In tee Sour you passed sway. — Inserted by his loving daughter and grandsons, Alma. Beg, and Men Lewis. GOERS. — A. tribute of love to the memory of our dear husband and daddy, Horace Goers, who passed away 2nd O;t ,- ber. 1S30. In our hearts a silent sorrow. In memory a constant thought. — Sadly missed by his wife and small daughters June and Helen. GOERS. — la memory of Horace, our late employer.— Inserted by the staff of the XToderdale Bakery. GOERS...

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

nCRmALlwiMMING P0(Sn UNLEY i OPENEMJ SAT. MORNING, OCT. 3rd ! ; OPEN SUNDAYS \ I ! WARM HLTERED WATER. - HOT SHOWERS CONTINUOUSLY \ ' - - — — - -_ — __._--— — — _— — — -——-

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

mmmimaSm 1 Your only regret, after a shopping visit to Miller Andersons, will be that you* ? did not make the experiment ^^v, A^& ^^^^A^r ? ? sooner. * M.82. A dainty Summer Frock, fashioned in Shau B tung Silk, Skirt shows deep hip yoke with in I verted pleats front and back, while the novelty I short sleeve buttons on top. In lovely pastel I tonings of Peach, Spring Green, Coraline, and ? Natural. S.S.W., S.W., W. sizes, 37/6 for 29/11 I M.85. Smart inexpensive Cotton Frock of Tootles I Novar. Skirt shows fine pleatinge, with collar I and cuffs of Wh ite Organdie Muslin. In small ? spot design on Cherry, Saxe, and Green grounds. ? S.S.W., S.W., W. fittings, 18/9 for 15/9 each. ? I M.83. An attractive Tennis Frock, designed in ex ? cellent quality Shantung Silk. The soft tie bow I is embroidered in contrast color. In beautiful ? colorings of Orange, Lemon, Natural, Green, Saxe, ? and Red. S.S.W., S.W. eizes, 49/6 for 42/-. m WKma&m ; Mm^ Irt 1/ \\ 1 / — ? M.82. MS5....

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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District Cricket Tomorrow ADELAIDE HAS POWERFUL ELEVEN Prominent Colts Graduate to District Clubs S. AFRICA'S FIRST GAME ON OCT. 22 [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 2 October 1931

District Cricket Tomorrow ADELAIDE HAS POWERFUL ELEVEN Prominent Colts Graduate to District Clubs 5. AFRICA'S FIRST GAME Ofi OCT. 22 By 'LON C-ON' One phase of the 1931-32 cricket season — the dis trict competition — open* tomorrow. The season pro mime* to be an attractive one. The visit of the South Africans provides the international interest, and the prospect of South Australia playing a much more pro minent part in the Sheffield Shield contests will endow the inter-State games with greater interest than last season, when the State team finished on the lowest rung. ?Many changes have taken place in! the district cricket clubs. The Colts t^flTn, which has produced many fine cricketers for the State, has prac tically a new side, almost all of its more experienced players having graduated to district clubs, which have also lost and gained players. Pre-season forecasts as to the pro- ! bable strer.gth of the clubs are there lore in mas; cases mere guesswork, but it is impossible to i...

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Bishop Entertains: Golf Professionals Opposed: Ready For Big Match [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 2 October 1931

Bishop Entertains: Golf Professionals Opposed: Ready For Big Match THE BEST OF FRIENDS— Eddie Byan with Mr. R. R. Hart's prize Dorset Horn ram at the Two Wells show yesterday. FEED THOMPSON ftwtahiwir -t swing at the professional coif championship at Seaton yesterday. 'NOW, DON'T FORGET,' admonished S. White (coach) in a pithy talk to Start players at their final practice last night. From teft-A. Masman, B. Green, V. Bateman, and White. THE BISHOP'S GARDEN PARTY yesterday was favored with a fine afternoon. Dr. Thomas and Mrs. Thomas entertained the Governor and Lady Hore-Rothven and prominent citizens. At Bishop's Court. A DAILY SCENE at the oat patients' department at Adelaide Hospital is the long queue of people awaiting treatment or advice. 'THE OFFICE WIFE,' the H* f e» tare at the Regent on Satnrday, stars Lewis Stone (above). ITS GREAT IN THE SUN yawned the lion at the Zoo, as he basked lazily in the genial warmth yesterday.. The approach of summer brings no pro tests fruin hi...

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

^Lf I K ^L. 1 HPY\ Are toldinK * Huge Cl'&rance WH**\O Lr 1 U. Sale of SILK PIECE GOODS Silk* Specialists pOP «T- TV,™- Onlv THE LADIES' PARADISE rOT LeT1 Ua:YS ^Hiy 143 Rnndle street. Silks Ltd., 143 Bundle St.

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

Still Leading With Lower Prices !! | Goods you really want, at Prices you can easily Pay. i i Men's Wear ; ; Amazingly Low Priced : w«l Men'i 5/11 ; : II I Ull SJH, Bfcn's only.l I ! Ortrtmtmte to dear In Men- Striped 1 Flannelette Fjrjamaa, well made, roamy 'eat, good colored striped patterns.' ! ; &M. and Men's sizes only. Worth 5/U, I balaase to clear, 3/6 Suit. ; ' ^^^^ M ' ' i ' H^I^m^Sb^bV Fancy i - ! 100 dozen to clear, lien's Good Quality' I ; 6111c and Lisle Fancy Half Hose, var»OE ' i , smart patterns. Sec. Sizes lOVi In. and ' J;U in. Worth 2/3. To dear. 1/6 pair.; i Men's 4/11 Brown Cotton : i Underpants ; ; .. .. (Spliced Seats) ? | A /4 afl Keen Value offering - ;. 'I /|l today In Men's Super I # / I I Quality Brown Cotton '. Ml II Underpants. with 3 mml ' ? spliced seats, full cut,; ? dee. and roomy. B3t,.- ? i Men's and OS. Worth 4/11. Out they | ; go today, 2/11 pair. , i| 5/11 Blue and White ! i Oxford Shirts ; !j*O/C sr^r^tr!^! 1 V / |1 Oxford Shlrte. with...

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

Wonderful Bargains Today atj Open from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Keenest Value in Frocks SEE OUR WINDOWS ? Attractive Tennis Frocks for = 27/6 & 35/6 Dainty SQk Tennis Frocks with tucked trimmings and band drawn thread work, oteats In front of skirt, finished witti sUtehed belt and buckle in pastel ehades of Bine Pink, Parchment and Cherry SPECTAUiY PRICED AT 27/6 and35/6. Popular Natural Shantung Frocks for - 42/ Wttb. abort sleeves, featurhut pleated ekh-ts. flnWhed witti eontrasUnc shades of Red, Lemon, and Green. ? Smart Sport Suits, Keenly Priced at - 55/ Suitable for Holiday or Sports Wear, smartly cot of guaranteed Sdysla Silk. White Frock and Colored Coat, with stitching on Trodk to tone with Coat Colors— White with Green. White with Lemon, and Wfclt* with Pink. j- HOSIERY BARGAINS A SPECIAL OFFER for CASH only Silk Hose, usually 9/11, for M /11 Service weight Silk Hose, fully fashioned leg. double 4/11 toes and heels, lisle suspending tons, well assorted ton- ?' ? ? togs. ? ...

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
RED AND GOLD FAIR AT SEMAPHORE [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 2 October 1931

BED AND GOLD FAIR AT SEMA PHORE 'You are helping two organisations that are very close to my heart,'' Lady Hore-Buthven told the gathering at the opening of a red and gold fair and Paddg's market, held in the Semaphore Soldiers' Memorial Hall yesterday afternoon, hi aid of the Port Adelaide sub-branch of the District Trained Nursing Society and the local Mothers' and Babies' Health Centre. A bouquet was presented to Lady Hore-Rathven by Maxine Gibson. Pianoforte and vocal items were given by Mesdames C. J. Smith and Wauchope. The conveners of the stalls were: — Work and fancy stall, Mrs. C. Wood; produce stall, arranged by the com bined churches of the district. Mes dames J. Smith and R- Dunstan; cake stall, arranged by the Mothers and Babies' Health Centre, Mesdames T. E. Davies and J. Deslandes; flower stall, Mis. J. Gibson; vegetable stall, Mrs. E. Marriott; sweets stall, Mrs. B. QuJrke; afternoon tea, arranged by the local - branch of the District Trained Nursing Society. Mrs. J...

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

CO-OP STORES \ ANGAS AND NELSON STREETS 'Phone 4660. Five fines- J%S& Ig58. „ rr lOCTOBER SUPER SPECIALS! { ! MENTIONING BUT A FEW OF THE MANY\ ! OUTSTANDING BARGAINS NOW OFFERING] ji IN ALL DIVISIONS 1 These Values in many instances Cannot be Replaced I §9/11 Spring Ready-to-Wears 6/11 -^^^^ jl These two Charming Styles, as illustrated, S&&1 «^j/ ]! and many others, smartly trimmed, various ^M^r ?m 'i Super Special 9/11 for 6/11 each Pr m ji 8/11 Marocain for 6/11 Special value in New Season's Marocain, in Black, Navy, Saxe, Wine, Beige, Apple Green, Brown, Nigger. &c 8O1 for 6/11 yard. 7/11 Dncrnshable Maro cain for 5/11 yard Fancy Marocelns, micnishable and fariplers. in the Season's latest de signs and colorings. 7/11 for 5/11 yard. ? 1/6 Fadeless Prints for 1/3 yard Bte range of Tubfast Cotton Prints featuring in dainty designs; Ideal tor children's wear, overalls, beach frocks. &c 1/6 for 1/3. Also ano flier llae. 1/3 for Hid, yard. 10/9...

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

SAVE ON TIRES EVERT POUND— EVERT SH1LLINC— COUNTS GOODYEAR DUNL0P-PERDB1AU BASNET GLASS rPATHFINDEB.' 'FLEXIFOBT.' 'DUHO.' Make it a habit. Get Gvrton'a Prte*. None cheaper. Foil stoekB In an rises made. vfe. 26 x 850. 17 x 4.40. 29 z 4.40. 29 x 4.50. SO z 4.50, 29 x COO. SO X 5.00. SI X 5.0£. 30 x 6.25 4-ply. 31 X 6.2S 4-plj. SO X Si BJE., SO x 6 8-pI/. 32 X 6 10-l'iy. fully guaranteed by the mann Imctsrers. TfooTl be surprised at tfie smurt appearance, and ctUI.more sor prued at our low prices. Get onr prices before pnrchasins elsewhere. STANDARD MAKES, KEENLY PRICED DUNLOP, PERDB1AU. GOODYEAR AND BARNET GLASS STANDARD TIRES AND TUBES AT UNBEATABLE PRICES. No **? -**' what attractive quotations yon see in newspapers or circulars, we guarantee tfaat you cannot possibly boy at lower prices than onra. More over as the Gorton organisation is the largest of its kind in Australia, operating seven busy branches, 'not only do you benefit by our keen baying, bat our -—-?'»-» turnover ensue...

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

Gaiety and Goodwill ate fostered on die big 15-knot steamers of the popular P. & O. Branch Line. During die day, sports, games, promenades and happy interludes in the steel swimming bath; and at night, dances, concerts, card tourneys, cinema shows, and a moonlit deck mile before the cosy cabin calls. In between die stretches of sunny sea are die picturesque ports of die route via Suez. The whole 13,000-fon ship is yours — Dining, Music, Smoking and Card Rooms, Verandah Cafe and inviting decks! Attractive meals, varied to suit climatic needs, are served at individual tables. Spuds, Economical and Comfortable Travel Joint B—U»f Agntt 4SEOBGX WIIXB ft CO., UMTXtD. UDER SMITH * CO. UMITB, 31* Grenfell Street, Adelaide. CarA, stn*t, AdabMa.

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

i WEEK-END BARGAINS AT COOK'S 'Where Men Buy Best' t 17/6 Felt Hats We offer genuine Fur Felt Hats in popular shades of Grey, Fawn, Brown, and Beige, Snap brim, cut edge. Sizes 61 to ti. Usual price, 17/6. COOK'S 17/fi PRICE, 1&/U 75/- Navy Serge Suits Suits, well £?,%? / n made, latest fj/ IB etyle. to fine »V/ W Tsrtll Seise. Sizes 3 to 7. 75/ for 49/6. 5/11 Fashion Shirts Hen! Here's 4*. /sfl «a your chance — mW I M M Smart Striped i/ I I Fashion Shirts, «?/ ? JB Collar to '' * ?'? match, splen did range or designs, well made. Sizes 14 to 17-/2. 5/11 Shirts. Now to Clear at 3/11 each. 7/11 Sports Shirts For Tennis sjsf / «sf «a Players. Bowl- t / 1 1 ens, &c Pelaco ?% /IE Sports Shirts ??/ ? K In pJ&Sn Creane *-^' * ** Poplins. and another line With fane; pipings. Sizes 14 to 16%. Sold everywhere at 8/6. To go at .. .. S/H each 9/11 Men's Trousers Men's Strong asv /sfl M Darfc Striped *T / I ? Nap Working # / I I Trousers, wen B I ? ? made. stand ? ' ? *' ...

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

WENDT&' Wonderful Offer'' atewaffor* ami Bwy Mow and Save Optician,, —68 i» the £ off DIAMOND BINGS 74 Bundle Strett ? 5/' »- the £ off WATCHES ?

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Australian Books in London LONDON, September 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 2 October 1931

Australian Books in London LONDON. September 29. A crowded audience, Including Henry Handel Richardson, and other well known Australian, authors, and many London critics and publishers, attended the opening of Book Week at Australia House. Mr. A. P. Herbert, in an amusing speech In declaring the exhibition open, recalled his recent 'week-end' visit to Australia. The tragedy of Australian letters, be said, was that so many first-rate writers came to London and got good jobs in Fleet-street in stead of remaining in Australia to treat Australian themes in a definitely Aus tralian ma^nnr Mr. J. C. Squire, nmninrirfng the achievements of Australian authors, praised the genius of Henry Tfondpn which, he said, was infinitely superior to the over-rated talent of Adam Lind say Gordon. The display of more than 2,000 books was happily representative of all classes of literature, and revealed the Aus tralian origin of many well-known writers whom Englishmen hitherto had regarded as their own. T...

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

COMMONWEALTH BANK w23£_J°:iowlnK eTe the °sures of the aonaeea returns of the note Issue and general banking departments of the Com monwealth Bank for thf- vwir mrini September 28. Details jf the previous week are given for comparison: — NOTE ISSUE DEPARTMENT Liabilities— Sept. 21. Sept. 28. Notes Issued .. .. £52.053.426 £52.053.426 Other liabilities .. 390.888 330270 Assets — Go'.a coin and bul -lon ? 10.480.43S 10.500.439 Debentures and other securities . 41.518.224 41.498.205 Other assets .. .. 445.651 385.052 Ratio of gold to notes ? 20.13 20.17 GENERAL BASKING DEPARTMENT Uabimip--— Capital and reserve fund ? 5.1R5.718 5.185 718 D(-nosite ? 51.187.677 51.677.446 Bill*: pbyab'e and other liabilities . 2.279.234 3.317,586 Assets — Coin, bullion, and cash balances .. 905.539 94Z875 Australian notes .. 4,471.218 4.708.865 Money at short caU tn London . 7,318.000 6.400000 Government and other securities . 17243.010 17,260.584 Siiort term loans Di^o^-kd: 15-51'17 1W9W« E^^h5 -to- 2-8...

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WOMAN KNOCKED DOWN BY CAR [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 2 October 1931

WOMAN KNOCKED DOWN BY CAS As the result of having been knocked down by a motor car on North-terrace yesterday afternoon, Miss Rosina Gray -51), of North-terrace, Hacknev. sus Kuned a iractured arm and head intu Miss Gray was crossing Northter race with a companion at the time ot Jie accident. Both were knocked down '55, ^J?'? was draesed for some yards by the bumper liars. When the car was brought to a etandstiU she was eaugbt under the front axle and the machine had to be lifted to extricate her. She was taken to the Adelaide Hospital. Her companion escaped with* abrasions and shock.

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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