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£250 FOE PAINTEE [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

£250 FOE PAINTEE The review and redemption of weekly payments payable to Neil McKenzie. ol Musgrave-street. Largs Bav. were soueht bv Manlndale and ! Bay, were sought by Flehr, painters and decorators, of Grote-street, Adelaide, before Mr. L. H. Haslam. S.M.. in the Adelaide Local ! Court yesterday. ! McKenzle. it was stated, was injured in a fall when painting a celling. Since the date of the accident the applicants i had paid £3 4/6 weekly to him. They asked for redemption by the payment !of a lump sum on the ground that McKenzle was no longer totally inca pacitated, and within two months of . ;fce date of the application should be able to resume his employment. Mr. J. L. Travers appeared for the applicants, and Mr. P. .T. Christie for ?T-Kenzie. : The redemption -< :\\ e employers" j liability was allowed, on payment of j a lump aum of £350, with £6 6/ ooata. THEFT OF BACON ALLEGED Charles Victor Reade was remanded until Friday by Mr. E. M. Sabine, PJ4? in ttie Adelaid...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

TRADE IN YOUR OLD BATTERY SET J NT*l ftT, THE POWERFUL j £YV ! "LOFTY" Screen Grid Two m^^^^K^^^m AIjL ELECTRIC GUARANTEED 12 MONTHS. -C 1 1 /I t / ' THREE DAYS' FREE TRIAL. dtll/lu/ a EQUAL TO ANY TO^^O—g^*-). \ OLIVER J. NILSEN & CO., LTD., j 35, KING Wllil AM-STREET. < ? < REMEMBER—IPS A SCREEN GRID! ' ZZk 1 Something Entirely Different! ! j Ne^ EDDYOLA | ?^?^?j ?B'S^B^B^B^BH^ff^B^Blil^inl^l^l^l with built-in Magnavitx (?^?b W^SKf^^^^^^^KKtKnmr^K/^^K "ynainic Speaker and 1 f>edellal (reqmre* no 1 Ask for a Demonstration. Tenni to rait yon. { EDDY'S Ltd. i 12 Kwndte StT—t ;; ;; Atfla!d? J "THE EXPRESS AND JOURNAL,' 5 j __IHE BEST WEEK-BID NEWSf-M-St. - \ iS*e , v,? Co 660 ?*oVf process eB> _^^^^^Ne* prOC*S\ C. D. MACLURCAN, AUSTRAUAN BEPRESENTATIVB . .jj.^..^, ~.?..i_?6 JAMIESON STREET. SYDNEY |"\UPLICATE BILLHEAD CHSCE BOOKB " specially adapted for Draper* Store keepers, and Betatlera- generally. The Advertiser' Office. Wavmontb-street Adelaide...

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NEW GLACIER AGE IS IT COMING? AMERICAN EXPEDITION PLANNED CHICAGO. February 19. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

NEW GLACIER AGE IS IT COMING? AMERICAN EXPEDITION PLANNED CHICAGO. February 19. Commander Macmillan announced to-day plans for a North Pole expedi- tion of three months next summer. The expedition will be in three sec- The expedition will be in three sec- tions, headed by himself. Dr. Alexander Forbes, and Sir Wilfred Grenfell. Aeroplanes will be used to study the possibility of the approach of a new glacier age.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931

BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS   AKcoonccmentx under thla hrxitng oust fee authenticated by ttu- nrme and aotfrta* of the sender, and are Inserted at a charge of Two Shillings and Six pence each when not exceeding five lines: over &ye lines. Sixpence per line. Death Adverttoemeni* in vnleh a Funeral Announcement Is mads are charged for as If the Death and Funeral were sepa rate ?aootmcencnts. namely—The minl oumthanre of 2/6 and 3/4 respectlvsly In Memorlam and Death Advertisements roQUininjc refemice to mere tbap one deceased are charged 2/6 each for each ?Iccaa&ed mentioned. ?? If they were dis tinct and separate announcements. Sbeasements and Approaching Marriage notices require the signatures of both Barues r^tnfiiif 1 BIRTHS LUND (nee Elsie Sandercock). —At their tnos?, Richmond, to Mr. and Mrs. S. Lund —a. dauthter. Both wcU. Thanks to Dr. Wast mad Ruat Sweet. BRITTAIN. —On the 13th February, at Uadrum Rouse. Lysle-Etree:. Brooklyn Park, to Mr. and ...

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SECESSION OR UNIFICATION Position of Smaller States REFERENDUM SUGGESTED Hobart. February 23. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931

SECESSION OR UNIFICATION Position of Smaller States REFERENDUM SUGGESTED Hobart. February 23. The Premier (Mr. McPhee) has re- ceived a telegram from Mr. H.K. Wat- son, of Perm, Western Australia, sug- gesting that the Premiers' Conference' gesting on Wednesday could best restore 6t*Uf| government by resolving that the Fede|f ral Government secure the passage atm,% Bill for a referendum submitting the following questions to the electors -httj each State:— f '.fi 1. Are you in favor of this State with^ drawing from the control of the Corn^ monwealth Government and essumtnc^ full Dominion status within the Bdttfi} Empire? 2. Are you in favor of unification? > .*$ Commenting on the proposals, Mr."} McPhee stated yesterday that mOaim consideration was required before ***jjj representatives of the wnallfT Sinieal particularly could agree to it. TH?* possibility of a vote for unification tsfe ing carried by the larger States, espe-j daily in the present unsettled oonculS tion of the po...

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CONSERVATIVES RETAIN FARE. HAM BEAT AT BY-ELECTION LONDON, February 21 [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931

CONSERVATIVES RETAIN FARE. HAM BEAT AT BY-ELECTION LONDON, February 21 The Fareham (Hampshire) [?] [?] resulted:— Sir Thomas Inskip, Conservative, 18.729 A. J. Pearson, Labor C. P.' Cross, liberal Sj?f § Tbeeeat was formerly toeld fey MaWR 3 Gen. Sir 6. H. Davidson, a CoS&mS f s Uve. Pearson and Cross were detestti '$ candMates?at the last election. I ;.i = ??? ??'-*

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TWO PRETTY SISTERS DISAPPEAR Sought By Police [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931

TWO PRETTY SISTERS DISAPPEAR Sought By Police Police throughout the State are look- ing for two pretty girls, sisters, of 24 and 21. who have been missing from home at Goodwood for a month. Tbey are known to have been asso ciating with two men. who. unknown to them, are convicted thieves from Melbourne, and who. the police believe, ate responsible fcr many recent car thefts here. Employed as domestics, they were dismissed a month ago after they had been found in the ground of the house with the two men. That day tbey went home to their parents. They left in the evening, saying they were going to the city to a picture show. They did not return, and after tbey had been away a day or two their parents informed the police.

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DESERT HONEYMOON FOR GIRL SWIMMER Mercedes Gleitze Getting "Away From Water" TALKS OF "MY CAREER" [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931

DESERT HONEYMOON FOR GIRL SWIMMER Mercedes Gleitze Getting "Away From Water" TALKS OF "MY CAREER" It is an exacting badness, this long distance swimming Take the.' case of Mercedes [?] [?] here on Saturday, to swim at the City Baths to-night. :% Miss Gleitze has been married sht. i months and has not yet been able to take a honeymoon trip because taunt- ; diately her young Irish engineer hus- " band, Mr. Patrick Carey, and she fett :j the church they raced off to Tintay. where she was due to swim tb? j Hellespont. -3 Wherever there Is water Mies Gtettaa - must swim, so her husband has seen to^ it that there will be no work on the|; belated honeymoon trip, which Is duel soon. He has chosen, end his wife 3a, hi full agreement, a trip to Morocco ?1 and into the desert on camels, whenrs? there is no water. - r- That would occupy a month, M*v Gleitze said, and then there would be, more swimming because she had; mapped out for herself several feaSij that included the swimming of 'ttjgi Ir...

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FOREIGN EXCHANGES LONDON. February 20. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931

FOREIGN EXCHANGES LONDON. February 20. Vans. iax?>& (12121 francs to f.f. Bew York. 4*5 19-32 (4.88 2-3 rd dollars fcusitV 3U3 (35 belgas to £). Oaoera. 2SJBU (25.22 francs to £). Aaosterdam. 12J014 <12J07 florins to. £). ?atasia. 12J1 (12J07 guilders to £). ?t79'.i (92.46 lire t3 £). ataOln. ?.?>!, f?.43 inxrks to £). modttoaim. U.M>l (Ul5? kroner to £). Onpsnhagen. IU6U (18059 kroner to £*. SSrSlau (18.158 kroner to £). We??a. 3457U (34J8V& echllgs to £). tavae. I64ii riMU kronerto £). ?2af?2. ?BfWJS F- marks to £). Milt In. 4a\2S (2U2>a pesetas to £). tJaton. UW (eseudo to £). ' ?rhiw. 375 (375 drachmae to £). ?apriinm. 817 (SUfi lei to £). ??* Janeiro. 4 J-18 (18 pence to mils). ?sui""" A*Tt*' ** ""16 pence *? MMte Video. 34>6 (51 pence to peso). fiKwtwtl. 1/1% '(sterling to tael). TOaftsunt. 2/? is-32 (sterling to yen). gMjj'U'l. WTI (sterling to dollar). J^sfL_ ??POtl. 12 S-IM. per or. (forward)

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MONTREAL EXCHANGE ' MONTREAL, February. 20 [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931

MONTREAL EXCHANGE ' MONTREAL, February. 20 d?S??otoT. IT quote<i UMta7 Bt ;. --, . WWTBEAL. February 21.

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COTTON. JUTE HEMP. &c.- LONDON. February 21 [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931

COTTON. JUTE HEMP. &c.- LONDON. February 21 .TfcS) fodowlna; were Friday's dosing "WMttleas:— mlOttaaV—Hm Liverpool quotations for SiM^jaaMUna; American. March delivery, |SyW9Mbssv-Bniis laud Para. Is quoted at nu mi lb? snd irtantMtltm smoked sheets IxSjajl Flbruarj ma shipment Is quote* zjMtMKf9tt ton, e-Uf. bKSpS^SaaUt'eea.'tan dried. Man* de gMMbVam 10/ per ton; Babaul ptspftlnn E^Sav-Uaaeed^Sl. spot pipes. Is quoted t£fc_*2* MU- per ton. and turpentine at 37/

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LONDON WHEAT FIRMER IMPROVED DEMAND ' London. February 20. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931

LONDON WHEAT FIRMER IMPROVED DEMAND ' London. February 20. [?] Oaoraes were 3d. per quarter [?] to-day, with good business. [?] late better American close and [?] Continental demand. A shipment of 2.000 tons by the Ben Beoch sold at 22/. 2.500 tons by the Ben Lawers at 21/9: part of a Victorian February steamer cargo at 21/9, 3.000 tons by a western Australian May steamer at 22/6. 5.000 tons by the Gralnton at 21/9 In bags and 21/6 buZk. Parcels were more active at 3d. to 6d. advance. Sales Include New South Wales March shipment at 22/9 bulk, by the Oder at 22/ net. Australian April 6teamer at 22/ and 22/l<4, and Arra can 22/6. An Australian May steamer parcel sold to Manchester at 22/I',i. Ehlp mentd by the Baron Mat^ay brought 22/G for Naples. 1.800 tons Australian February shipment at 21/9 sold to Antwerp, a parcel by the Oder at 22/ net to the Continent, and one by the Almkerk also at 22/. Futures, London. February and April 20/9 quarter. Liverpool closed March 4/7 ce...

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Monetary and Commercial ON 'CHANGE INVESTORS LACK CONFIDENCE [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931

Monetary and Commercial ON 'CHANGE INVESTORS LACK CONFIDENCE By the CITY EDITOR Little bying support was forthcom- ing for Commonwealth loans on the Adelaide Stock Exchange last week, with the result that the aggregate DnzMwer was of unusually limited di mensions. The proposal to Impose a lax of 3/6 in the pound on interest on tons was responsible for the shaking ?lven to the confidence of investors and. Stttwogb ttere was no pronounced kU&K pressure, the tendency lor mat issues was still downward. How ever, except in a couple of instances, nwtwttons were not so sharp as dur ing tte preceding week. General in vestments supplied increased trading In an irregular market, but miscel bjneoas industrials remained dull. The ntstaxtding movements occurred in Hol tftan* ordinary and preference. At the hninnliiH of the week rumors were cur rent of a proposed merger and the BHUtet began to improve. Another Krengtbenlng took place when the of- Bdal announcement was made that an MMHnntt...

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FINE AND WARMER [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931

FINE AND WARMER The Divisional Meteorological Officer reported lass night:—Except for a few tight showers In the south and ex- treme couth-east parts of South Aus- tralia, fine and cool weather was ex- Mcrtenced in this State during the week-end. Cloudy skies prevailed in the aettted areas on Saturday, but on *?qp*pj the sky was clear over most of tbe State. The maximum tempera ton at Adelaide on Saturday was 70.7 degrees, and on Sunday 75.8 deg. A Li luge anticyclone, covering the whole 11, at the conUnrnt. was centred in the tBMH on Saturday morning, and by t f 'tJEinondng the centre of it was to f* ?ated over Yorke Peninsula. Although r- tbe nigh is moving fairly rapidly east [ mid. me weather hi South Australia t on Monday win 6UII be under its con i traL Fine weather, therefore, is ex ? pectad on Monday, and with the centre I ?t the anticyclone passing to the r? tartun States, winds will be chiefly [ east to north, and temperatures rising.

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GENERAL NEWS THIEVES IN THE SUBURBS [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931

GENERAL NEWS THIEVES IN THE SUBURBS Early on Saturday morning a stone in a wrapper was thrown through a [?] window of the People's Stores at Rosewater, conducted by Miss union Williams. Goods valued at £S were stolen. A passcr-bv. heard, the cxmsa of glass, and Informed the police, and a patrol made a fruitless aeaich in the locality. Jewellery worth. £21 was stolen from the boose of Mr. E. W. Davies. of Clark mn; Wayvinc, yesterday afternoon, daring the f'fwy*''* of the occupants. Tbothfeves smashed a pane or glass la tbe back door to gain admittance.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931

MOTORING PARTIES. rhe hamper is not complete without a lax of Bosella Pickles. C32IM

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INDEX TO CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931

INDEX TO CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS Amusements 2 Late Advertisements .. „.. „. 8 Auctions 14 lost and Found .. .. .. „m. 3 Business Partnerships, &c. ... 3 Medical .. a Births. Marriages, and Deaths.. 6 "^ Frtendi' 3 SSSS? *?** li MotoTSSes-.?.?.:;;:;:::: ! Carriers, &c 3 Miscellaneous a Commonwealth Gov. Advts. .. 10 Offices. Wawfcoiises/iKL" to Let 2 Sa-Notices-..-.;.:- ??„:: I ZZS&ssg"**** -?? ? B^aT^^/;.":: I S3£ SSSSS^" " :::: :: 1 fS3SSSSa-:.".".:-.v:: 3 3 ISS^^^^^ 7-" I Gov. Advertisements 3 Shipping ' ** ? Hotels and Holiday Resorts .. .. 3 Stock and Vehicles " . ,3 Houses and Land Wanted .. .. 2 Special Advertisements ".. 2. ?& Houses and Flats Wanted .. .. 2 Situations Wanted 3 Houses and Flats to Let .. .. 2 Tenders and Contracts 7. V. II 3 Houses and Land for Sale .. .. 2 Wanted to Buy ...... .3 Hotels for Sale and To Let ~ 3 | Wanted to BeU ????????? *|OjH'

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OTHER FEATURES THIS MORNING [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931

OTHER FEATURES THIS MORNING Answers to Correspondents ... 4 Out Among the People iP Broadcasting Programmes .... 4 Our Obstinate Artist S Country Section 8 Personal ". *" "* 6 SSSBMr?..".. ".".-.I- £ ' * Eaf&urSf;; .7:;;;:::::: l\ '??' "^ Leading Articles .. 6 ghlprrt?*t 4 Monetary and Commercial ... 4 Social tfotes 10 Mickey Mouse S views and Comments 10 New Shows 9 Weather Map ?. m . 4

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MUSICAL CAPERS Rob and Bob Amuse [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931

MUSICAL CAPERS Rob and Bob Amuse The fun-makers of station 5 AD. Rob and Bob. are causing much merriment with their musical capers. Their antics provide quite a refreshing break after a strenuous day at the office or out in the fields. Programme details on page 4.

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STOCKS DECLINE IN LONDON Remarkable Slump Follows Speeches EXCHANGE EASIER LONDON. February 21. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931

STOCKS DECLINE IN LONDON Remarkable Slump Follows Speeches EXCHANGE EASIER LONDON. February 21. The Stock Exchange passed through a very uncomfortably week. Both investment and in- dustrial stocks have undergone serious depreciation and all mar-_ kets are in a nervous condition following the speeches by the Chancellor of the Exchequer <Hr. Phillip Snowden) and Mr. Lloyd George. The Chancellor's pronouncement is regarded as an indication of his in tention to impose additional taxation on unearned incomes. This brought about heavy spiling in gilt-edged stocks, with a consequent fall in values. As the "Statist" remarks, markets have fallen victim to Budget fears, and the Labor Government's belated ad mission that a national crisis ejdsis has been calculated merely to make matters worse in the absence of any definite proposals to deal with the situation. Effect on Australian Stocks With such conditions prevailing it if natural that Australian stocks should have been marked do...

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