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BROKEN HILL SOUTH Annual Report [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 2 October 1931

BROKEN HILL SOUTH Annual Report The 'titi'*' report of the Broken Hlil South, Limited, was made available yester day. Tb-.' directors state that the year's , operations resulted In a net profit of £50.276 as compared with £282.268 for 1930. This represents the profit from the investment section of the company's business (£115.693) less the loss on the mining section or the business (£65.422). The profit from tte Investment section (£115.698) compares with a profit of £107,207 last year, and makes full pro vision for taxation (t 5,000). The loss on the mining section ( £65,422) compares with a profit of £175,062 last year. and. is arrited at after providing £33.337 for depreciation at the customary rate on mine plant. This disappointing result was due to the abnormally low prices which ruled for lead, sliver, and zinc throughout the year. During the per.od the London price of lead declined to £10 7/6 ton early in June, or within £1 7/ti of the lowest quotation on record, viz.. £9. re...

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

SHARE MARKET OPERATIONS METAL PRICES The following are the latest middle prices of metals on the London markets: — Copper (standard, t-pot) £33 8/9 (fwd.- £34 3/3: (best selected) £36 12/6: (elec trolytic, spot) £40 10/, (fwd.) £41 10/. Lead (spot) £14 3/9. (fwd.) £14. Bpeltei (spot) £12 17/6. (fwd.) £13 6/3. Tin (spot) £122 18/9, (fwd.) £126 17/6. Sil ver (standard, spot) 1/4 3-16. (fwd.) l/4»,«; (fine, spot) 1/5 7-16, (fwd.) 1/5 11-16. Spel ter, epat, was up 5/. forward 3/9: tin. spot, 6/3. and forward 5/; but standard copper. tpcrt. was down 8/9. forward 20/: best se lected, and electrolytic, spot and forward. 10.; lead, spct and forward, 5/; standard silver, spot and forward. 3-16d.; fine, spot, Vid., and forward 3-16d.

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

MINING_NEWS TIN RETURNS Bangeng Tin. — For fortnight ended Sep tember 30:— Worked 270 hours, treated 41,000 cubic yards, recovered 14 tons 17 cwt. j of tin oxide. Stopped two days, over- ! hauling screen engine. Estimated value of month's output, £2^U7; estimated monthly costs, £1.400. Tin BenttKig. — 165: 18,600: 9 tons 9 cwt. Estimated value month's output, £1,119; estimated expenditure. £658. PenUJsu^.— 235; 48,000; 14 tons. Tongkah Compound. — Return for U days — Worked 425 hours; treated 118.000 cubic yards: recovered 40 tons 2 cwt. Quota won. Starting Setul dredge on October 12. Esti mated value monVh's output, £5,011; esti mated expenditure. £2.450.

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

Tempting Shoe Values / 'Ezy's *v October Selling Campaign Patent Bar Shoes Ladies9 One Bar Shoes, in reliable Patent, firm sewn soles, junior Spike and sport heels, 8/11 Buckle Bar Shoes ladles' Patent shoes, with buckle fastening, firm sewn, soles, leather sport heels, 10/11 £2} For the Man who wears size 9 or 10^} ^^Bf ? We offer a big grouping of Shoes in Box Calf and 9Vfcff-_ V^f Patent -Welted Soles * I if 9 21/y 22/6 Shoes, in Sizes 9 and 10, at EIGHT SHILLINGS ^^* Ladies9 Dainty Court Shoes I vli Brown vamps I #f 1 1 °n white backs, |#'|| full Spike ?~ -i heels, 12/11 Ladies9 Brown Bar Shoes IAI *ithUzai*dtriin 11 If. . ming, on smart |||F||toe shape, IV II medium Spike ^__^ heels, 10/11 Ladies' Fancy Linen Courts 1A1 with. Blue or II If 1 1 Red trimmings, |l|r|| fuUSpike ? W ' heels, lO/tl 1 | Job Pwehase of white Sand Shoes 1 ) „ I III Ia One-Bar-Fitted with Crepette Rubber Soles. I Hi *? f »* Cbilds' and Ladies1 Sizes, while they last, 1/11 JL III ? Obtainable at Rundle St...

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

FIRIE WARRIOR, 1 I.I I'ONV KNT.iit. FlItST 1-K1ZE. ROYAL ?HH\V. JU30, 1U3I. FEE. £.3 3/. Apply J. f. YOVSQ. at. Utoi-eUeet, Uoley.; HX7t j

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SUCCESSFUL YACHTING SEASON ANTICIPATED Club Membership Maintained [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 2 October 1931

SUCCESSFUL YACHTING SEASON ANTICIPATED Gob Membership Maintained By HELMSMAN There tt ertrj indication tbat there WUl be a successful yatching season in Sonth Australia In spite of tbe financial depression. Although some of the social tnemben of clubs have resfened there is a slight increase of boat owners and sailing members. Thtt- does not Indicate that South Aus tralian yachtsmen have full purses. Most of the\m have not. The explanation it that ttus State has bred a race of bard working' yachtsmen, who have always taken a pleasure In painting, repairing, and otherwise maintaining their own craft, and In many cases building them. Now that tlmds are less propitious they are not feeling tne pinch to the same extent as yachtsmen In other States, who expect merely to. step Into their boats, take the ffiJer, and sajl away There Will be eeveral addtlons to the South Australian fleet this year. At least three of Vke 21-ft. restricted class more than at tbe beginning of iart season will ,...

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

AUCTIONS THS DAY (Friday) AT 2 P.IL AT OCR COMMODIOUS AUCTION ROOMS. 121 123, PIBIE-STHEET -opp Cornea, I*d.). KEARNS BROST& CADMAN (General Auctioneers) will sell by auction — UKDER IKSTBUCTIOSS FB0M WHOM IT HAT COKCEfiK — 6-SEATER UKDEKSLUKG DODGE CAR, good order. Also — 5 CENTS' FEEEWHEEL BICTCLES. UNDER INSTRUCTIONS FROM RECEIVER— IXSOL.VEST ESTATE! — FINE SHOP COUNTER, 12 ft. x 2 ft. 6 in.; SIGXBOARD. 12 ft. x 3 ft. 6 in.; MCE LOT OFFICE PAHTIT1OSS, 15 It. x » ft., All Glass Tops rrith Division, making 2 Offices. «ch 9 ft. x 7 ft. 6 in., 1 door to «ach office, ano 1 door to division; also Pigeonhole and Wicket; also Oiling for 1 Office; IRON SAFE (well fitted, excellent order), IT in. x 30 in. z 40 in.; also Ano ther. IS in. x 16 in. x 24 in.; 'SMITH PREMIER' TYPEWHITER (good order). TypUte's Table (Oak). 2 IRON FttAMB PIANOS (Stanley Brinsmead. London), also GENUINE GERMAN IRON FRAME PIANO (Paul Scharff. Berlin). OFFICE PARTITIONS, in 2 pieces, each 10 ft. x 6 ft. 3 in...

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FIFTY YEARS OF ROWING New Boathouse to be Opened by Governor [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 2 October 1931

FIFTY YEARS OF ROWING New Boathouse to be Opened by Governor By 'READY AW Celebrating their SOtfc annfrefsary of rowing, the Adelaide Rowing Club's beauti ful new shed will be opened by Bis Ex cellency the Governor and Lady Hore Kuthven, on October 31. l*ady Hore-Ruthven bas consented to christen the new fleet. For 50 years this dub has been a force In the rowing woTld, and at tbe end of the month it will enter Into a new lease of life and virility when It takes over Its wonderfully comfortable modem boat house. Its new fleet Is glistening in the racks ready for the water. Above them Is tbe changing room with a jarrah floor, capa cious lockers, white-lined shower rooms, and shady verandahs. In every way the new boathouse ts at tractive, and will give the club members every facility to enjoy and benefit by tbe eport. New Fleet The new fleet, except for ttie tub boats end pair-oar boats, have been specially made for the club In Victoria. The best racing boat will be named I Zlngsrj VI...

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PROFESSIONAL NOTES Coming Fixtures [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 2 October 1931

PROFESSIONAL NOTES By 'VETERAN' Coming Fixtures October 14— Labor Day celebrations, way vllle Oval; entries October 5. October 14— Quom AtiUeUC Club (un registered). Wayrille Ova] Sports Entries close on Monday for the Labor Say sports, and may be handed with. E. W. Wadham (Gawier-place), Howard Hancock, or the Trades Hall. The Sheffield Handi cap, of 130 yards. Is valued at £4 10/, and the ball-mile event at £1 and two thirds of the nomination money. If the entries received by the B.H. Associated Smelters employes' sports are any indica tion, a bumper nomination should be re ceived for both events. Mr. Hancock will be the han&capper. The races will be open to all comers, and registered pedestrians of the Athletic League may obtain permits from the secretary. General Reports from all suburban orals make it evident that professional running Is de finitely on the upgrade. Tee depression, strange to 6ay, has assisted the g»m*. and competition among pedestrians is l^ely to, be k...

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

MEDICAL ? Ittfl. pa lint co - UMCttao.! ? ? IF in Arab* re health, ?phone F. 47S6 . for appointments. Name Russell, or write Box 80tC. ? A— THE Cental Rubber Company (Reg.). . Box 10*7, G.P.O.— Rubber Goods. all 6or gical Una stocked. Carslogiws tree, SI {age*. GENTS bit Or. Mane titopea Boo**, ai*. appliances. Send to Free Catalogue o- Snsfca) un Kobbcr Good*.— A. 9am-def* ft Co. ; Pty., Ua, »11. Flinders lane. Melbourne. Ol — IF doubtful re Health, 'phone M. 2748 appointments, X'nat IWlis. Write Box I«SS. ? Ciitapph COMFLETELT '. CURED.— J Ko need to suffer from Catarrh when liter ally thousands in all parts of .Anatolia, have benefited from Storert bmline Treatment. Mr. Btorer consults daily, from XI to 5. at 831, King William-street. Adelaide. Catarrh, Chest, v-d Blood Diseases. ? ftHEVICO Dependable Bobber Goods Sopply \J (Registered), Sox 1069, G.P.O, Adelaide. Eend for catalogue Dr, Stopes? . Books and Ap PPayaea. ? ' r uncertain abobt :job* health, write Smx le Zert (Beg.) B...

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TENNIS TOPICS Japanese Players for Adelaide [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 2 October 1931

TENNIS TOPICS Japanese Players for Adelaide By 'KBO-BAT' The dates of arrival and departure of the Japanese team are now known, and die South Australian sobcommit tee will be able to fix tbe date of tbe Australian championships In Adelaide within tbe next few days. g«r^* end Nunoi will arrive In Bris bane on January 12, and will leave far home six weeks later. Satan, the other member of the team. Is now In Europe, and advice as to tbe date of bis arrival has not been received. He will probably | arrive In Australia about tbe same time, and Join the other two members here. Tbe Japanese will probably play in New| South Wales and then go to Melbourne, where It is expected the first match cEn.-Ti.A Australia will be played. One difficulty about holding the Australian championships at the end of January Is that tbe cricket test match against Sooth Africa will be on at that time, and it Is hoped to arrange the Australian cham pionships so that the two do not clash. Alter the Australian ch...

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

AUCTIONS BSXBACT OF SALES BY AUCTIOX THIS DAT, Kearna Bros, and Cadman. — At Pirie-*t-, «t 2 — Motor Car, Furniture, &c. 3. W. Londrisan — At the Rooms, Rondle-st.. at Z — Furniture, &c Barker Bros.— At Brooklyn Part, at li~~ liossea. Vehii^ea, ^wm,, ^c. A. £. Bill & Co. — Dairy Produce, Poultry, 4c, at 12. A. W. Sandford ft Co. — U»» Pooltry. at 13J0. SjL Farmen' Unioa.— Live Poultry, it 11.16. J. E- Barrett. — -AX GienfeU^W at S — Fur- niture. &C. Ueg&w & Hogg- — At the Halt, at 10.80 — For- Theodore Brace & Oo. — At their Salerooms, at 11 — Fms. O. E. C. Stevens & Co. — At the Mart, at 11 — Furniture. &c Black & West — At Hindmarsh-sqiiare. at 7.16 — Wireless Accessories. Motor Cyiie, Fancy Goods, ftc ? THIS DAtI THIS DAT.! THIS DAT.' AT 2 PJL lAEfiE SALE OF VAWABtX HOUSEHOIfl FUSSITUBE JLSD BFFECTB. AT ODE MODEMS AUCTIOX BOOHS. 181. BUXDL&ST. (opp. Floy & Gibson's). JACOBEAN DtXDfG SP...

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

Let Mr. M. J. Horrigan tell you how he overcame dreadful Catarrh 'It is with great pleasure that I ?write this letter to thank yon for your wonderful De Witt'e Catarrhs! Cream which has relieved mo of my Catarrh from which I r have suffered for the past fifteen years. My symptoms, whioh I relate, may be beneficial to others who may want to* take your cream, were stuffiness in the nose, almost suffocating — I used to jump out of bed to get my breath. Depression — at times I did not eare whether I was alive or dead — also nervy, which is my position as a Patrolman requires all the nerves possible at yonr command. I have only used om tube and it has done for me what other remedies I have used would never do and I might mention I have given them ? good trial. I will slwayB give a personal referenoo of the benefits I have derived from your Catarrhal Cream.' This is the persons] opinion of Mr. H. J. Horrigan who, as one of the Hosman Night Patrol, knew the dangers of this dread disease. C...

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FINAL OVAL RACE TOMORROW Preparing For Summer [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 2 October 1931

FINAL OVAL RACE TOMORROW Preparing For Summer By AIUTEDB In view of the topdresslng of the WayvBIe Showgrounds, it has been definitely decided to postpone the openine of the inter-dub fixtures until October 24. This amended date will meet with gene ral approval, because It was considered In some quarters tbat ttie middle of tlie ; month was a little too early to make a start, mere especially In view at the heavy and continuous season that conlronts run ners this season. Ttie Intention to bold all Inter-club meetings at Wayvlilfi is satisfactory, as «n enclosed arena naturally allows »ir better control and spectators will oe afforded an opportunity of witnessing tbe running Irom +*** stands. In order to defray expenses, a charge of admission to competitors, officials, and spectators will be lntroduod. It will be remembered that the inter-club semi-finals and final were held at WayvWe last year, but the majority of the other meetings -were conducted at the Harriers' tracks. Already mu...

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

Piles Go Quids Without Salves or Cutting Ttoouaands of pile sufferers have learned that quick and permanent re lief can only be y«ymvpH«-»«^ with an internal medicine. ' Neither salves nor cutting remove the cause. Bad circulation of the blood In the lover bowel causes piles. The veins are flabby, the bowel walls weak— the -parts almost dead. To end piles en inter nal medicine must be used to stimu late the circulation and strengthen the aflected parts. Dr. J. 6. Leormardt was the first to, discover a real internal pile remedy. He called his prescription VACULOID, and prescribed it for 1.000 patients with the marvellous record pt success in 960 cases, and then decided «very pile sufferer should be able to iget VACDLOID from tfapir own «*-M»witBr. with a rigid money-back guarantee. Dr. Leonhardt's prescription has a wonderful resort of success right in this city, and the makers invite every pile Eufferer to try VACDLOID, and guarantee to refund the purchase price, if it does not end ...

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COURSING OVER Abbot Heads Trainers' List [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 2 October 1931

COURSING OVER Abbot Heads Trainers' List By THOEOTX' The coursing season for 1931 con cluded at Plympton on Wednesday, when the Adelaide Plumpton Cours ing club held the final meeting of the season. Greyhound owners will now 'summer' their dogs as there will be no resump- « tlcra before next April, although some of ' the faster dogs may be given a try-out during the off season on tbe speed tracks in Victoria. - Most Successful Trauwr The most successful trainer of the year was Faddy Abbot, of Woodchester. Dogs handled by him reached 13 finals, win ning seven of them, worth more than £190, hi addition to trophies. Abbot opened the season well by winning both the S-A. Derby and Oaks with Arabian Ring and Brtony (by Whermlndn— Miss Newton). Brtony was also runner-up In the big Angas Plains Cup In- the open. An outstanding feature of the season was the success of tbe sire, Arabian (Arabian Comedy— Lady Dawn), who has -had only four litters eligible to run, and produced a winner in eyb. ...

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TOURING OTHER STATES Where To Report [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 2 October 1931

TOURING OTHER STATES Where To Report WITH tbe approach of the Christmas '» season, many motorists are no doubt anticipating a tour in other Slates. They should remember, however, that they are required to carry with them their driving licence, and certificate and registration in addition to tbe small round registration disc exhibited on their car. Documents to Be Produced These documents must be shown to the officer in charge of the first police station after .crossing the border, and a visiting motorist's pass obtained. No fee is charged for this pass, but It can not be obtained unless the above docu ments ore available for inspection. ; The foltowln? are tbe places on the various inter-State routes where South ; Australian motorists should, report when travelling to the States men tioned: — Western Australia— Overland route to Perth. Norseman. New South Wales— Broken Hill route, Broken Hill; direct route to Sydney. Balranald. Victoria— Renmark anri Calder High way, MUdura; Pinnaro...

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Picnic at Telowie Port Pirie, September 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 2 October 1931

Picnic at Telowie Port Plrle. September 30. On September 28. at Telowie oprBe. tob Ploneersr Association social committee he»d a picnic. Results of sports programme:— Married men's race. T. McBrlde, J. McBrlde; married women's race, Mrs. Saxby Mrs. T. McBrlde: three-legged race, boys. Bishop and McBrlde, Taies broUjers; single women's race. M. McBrlde. J. Coutts: single men's champlonshrp, J. Rosenberg. A. Bishop: nutting tbe weight. T San dery T. McBride: high lump, adults. J. Rosenberg, A, Bishop: blgb Jump, boys, A. Bishop. R. Yates: high jump, girls, P. Coutts and B. Hulverson. dead heut; nigh Jump, married women, Mrs. Saxby, Mrs. A. Ellis: cleaving Turk's head. A. Brandson: three-legged race, mixed. P, Coutte end F. Sampson; all-comers' race, M- McBrlde, T. McBrlde: girls' race. D. Sampson, D. Saxby; women's consolation race. Mrs. Blfhop Mrs. afUlard: boys' race. J. Bishop, T McBrlde: girls' race. J. Ellis. D. Samp son: tiny tote, J. EUIs. J. Yates.

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TOMORROW'S GRAND FINAL [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 2 October 1931

TOMORROWS GRAND FINAL Teams for tomorrow's League football grand final between North Adelaide and Start, and comment by 'Rover,' Trill be found on Page 20.

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DON'TS FOR MOTORISTS [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 2 October 1931

DON'TS FOR MOTORISTS /WING chiefly to the feeling that if V much space is left between the lead ing car and one's own, some other driver may cut in. it is a nrevalent bad habit to follow too closely on the heek of the next ahead. The danger of this is insufficiently realised. If a leading driver brakes unex pectedly, even if the car be fitted witn a stop light, appreciable time must elapse before the following driver rea lises the necessity of reducing speed. This frequently leads to hard braking, with the consequent danger of skid ding. When the second car in a line is pulled out to pass the leader the driver of the third car often follows without making sure for himself that ' the road is clear, reasoning that where there is room for one there must be r»m for two. This is another dan gerous practice, especially when per formed near a comer. I At whatever speed the leading car! travels over cross-roads the others usu- j ally follow suit. This, also is unwise. The leader may purpose...

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