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

How's This / tor Value / i A host of Smart English Ladies' Shoes by Bjstock, ? Clark, Southalls, Bally's Swiss, Parker, Australian - , and other Notable Makes at ?P USUAL PRICE J I Southall's ^\ Tea Rose Courts |vr|| / J ? laaaaaV II j^P? -7 Lizard trims. Spike heel. Also ? ?aaW ? ? ^^ yy a host of various styles in Strap Jsp j£ I 1 Shoes, in Fawn, Beaver, etc J§F f^i I Usually 42/-. J^s^^i \\ I At Barlow's J&S^wC / ^^ Whilst They La»t / ^ / j 12/11 C^^ NEVER SUCH BARGAINS AS THESE ? ! ! j ^t\ Bostock's XfflSV) English 8 \W II Sm SI Beaver Glace One Bar. Also ^'^ ' mBBfi y^C I Bally's Swiss Blonde and a host JH| ' /Yj J of other styles including Parker's J, /^PjJshf Ul Blonde One Bar. Usually 47/6. , / J Whilst They Last (^^ 16/11 ; Shop early— Although quantities are fairly extensive they will not last long at these ridiculous prices. ,- TO-DAY MORE THAN EVER IT WILL YOU TO # See Barlow's First' A. W. Barlow Shoe Stores Limited , 8 and 87 Bundle Street - - Adelaide

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

DRAPERS1 P%*NTIN O.— The ADVERTISER OENIMtAL PRINT ING OFFICE Bead orders tar fosters And Advertisement*.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NEW CYCLING BODY'S FIRST RACE S.A.A.C.U. Details [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 2 October 1931

NEW CYCLING BODY'S FIRST RACE SJLA.CJU. DelaiU By «WHQSLMAir* The new South Australian Amateur Cyclists' union mas decided to conduct tu first event at Edwaidstown an Oc tober IB. The committee of the new body m«t on Tuesday evenlrg, when the fixture was ar ztBgei. The msettne will begin at 3 pjn.. Sd tteee races, a one-ml- and two-mOe. and a women's one-mile hBiniirai). will be run under track conditions. The no mination tee will be 1/ tor each event, and entnej will dose at Elliott Brothers, Fuie-*treet. on October 8. The union fees are a/9 one shilling to be paid before f^j^MnB In the races, toe balance with in tores months of entering . Trophies will be on view at Elliott' s a week before the sports. Those already pre sented tiKOiyfo a silver cap. a skull cap a set of slngte tube two-speed wheels, wltlx coaster bub and a teaset for the women's 'women entering for these events will be required to nominate on Tuesday, and tor all future events run under the aegli or the onion, on ...

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BRITISH PENSIONS Rates of Exchange Fixed [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 2 October 1931

BRITISH PENSIONS Rates of Exchange Fixed The State Secretary of the Returned Sailors' and Soldiers' Imperial League (Mr. A. H. Dalziel) has received from the Federal secretary in Melbourne the following particulars supplied by the representative of the British Ministry of Pensions relative to the method used to calculate the amount of exchange due. The payments have been based on the mean average dally telegraphic transfer buying rate, Australia on Lon don as supplied by the Commonwealth Bank. Such figures over the 15 months from January 1, 1930, to March 31, 1931, average out at 9J88. The following are the dates and the official rates of exchange existing at the time: — January 1, 1930, £1 12/6; January 28. £2; February 2, £2 10/; March 10. £3 10/; March 24. £6 2/6; October 9. £8 10/; January 6. 1931, £15 2/6; January 13, £18; January 17. £25; January 29. £30. The next payment will be made this month and thereafter at six monthly intervals.

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

Varicose Veins are Quickly Reduced No sensible person will continue to suffer from dangerous swollen veins or bunches when the new, powerful, yet harmless germicide called Emerald Oil can readily be obtained at any well- , stocked chemist. - Ask far a two-ounce original bottle ' of Emerald Oil (full strength), and refuse substitutes. Use as directed, and in a few days improvement will be noticed, then continue ' until the swollen veins are reduced to normal. It is so powerful that old chronic cases of Piles are often speedily ab sorbed. The leading chemists are now selling lots of it, under strict guaran tee of money back if not completely . satisfied. ? )At First Signs of Pimples W j Use CUTICURAJV; Anoint with the Ointment. After J| ' five minutes ba*he witb the Soap II Soap 1/- Ointment 1/- and 2»-lf .

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Baptist Meetings To End Today [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 2 October 1931

Baptist Meetings To End Today Business sessions of the South Aus tralian Baptist Union Assembly were held in FUndezs-etreet Church on Thursday, with the President (Mr. T. R. Mellor) in the chair. Departmental re* porte were discussed and adopted. The Rev. E. R. Thome was elected vice president of the union and to succeed Mr. Mellor in the major office next year. At night, in the Artelalrlp Town Hall, the young people's department held its annual 'Blue and Gold Rally.' The Rev. Donald McNicol presided, and the Rev. H. Estcourt Hughes spoke on 'The Best^for the Best.' Missionary sessions were held yester day. An appropriate sermon was preached at midday by the rector or St. Augustine's. TTnley -Rev. Wallace Bird). The foreign missionary depart ment presented a budget for the com ing year of £2,308, assessments based on promises from churches totalling £1,910. At night, a 'Jiial by Jury' of criticism commonly urged against foreign missions was held, with Mr. Frisby Smith as adjudicator...

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

RIFLE SHOOTING Citizen Forces Union By 'TARGET' The second stages of the Simpson trophy. Crane Shield, and Handicap Cup. will be fired at Fort an^.m. rifle rattce tomorrow by members of clubs affiliated with the Citizen Farces Rifle Club Union. A big attendance of competitors Is ex pected as at the first stage, on September 9. no fewer than 116 members fired In A Grade, and 244 in B. the 360 naval and military riflemen maklne the largest muster seen on the ranee at a competi tion for some time. The first stage of the Simpson trophy was an eight shot application match at 200 yards, and good scores were regis tered, E. A. Radford scoring the possible, and W. E. Wlgley. T. E. Ashton, and W Earle making 39 out of 40. Tomorrow's match will be eight rounds snap-shooting at 300 yards The first stage of the Crane Shield was fired at 200 yards, rapid fire, and the 3rd Light Hone No. I team registered the eood score of 200. and took .the lead. To morrow's match will be elicht shots ap plicati...

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

CROQUET MEADOWS SOUTH. — At the annual meet lnjt of the Croquet Club officers elected were: — Mesdames A. Brown^ees, president; Lovelock, vice-president; Farquhar, secre tary: S. Ellis, treasurer; working commit tee. ME^dimes MWlgan, Farauoar. A. Ellis, and S. Ellis: selection committee. Mesdames MlUlean. Hehlr. Constable, and Farquhar. Mr. B Hehlr gave his services, and planted the croquet court with turf grass, aod put in a rtroln. The club lias a credit balance of £8 16/.

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

NEW WAY TO HEALTH Take Yeaston Tablets regularly Pure Yeast only, and the most reliable of all AU chemists. « i

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

Sciatica vanishes gradually when Fisher's Great Nerve Tonic Is taken as directed. All Chemists and Stores. 8c

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

111 pni iMre KM pure Cream w IgmLCUSTARDfOWDER iSSSKK^^ week-end delicacy y^O/# I 'Meta' Heat Tablets 53»laee Methylated Spirits for every household and outdoor pur pose. Packets of 10's for 6d.; 50 *or SB/On ? UJill relieve the most /rv distressing Coubh, ^^m Sore throat «a ^BfM^&J^ ^^ Pt\ large Bottle Glycerine and Linseed win often instantly relieve the most distxess ? tor cough. Cash & Carry Price, 6d. bottle. Hatchets for 1/9 A limited number only at this price. 14 in. Strong Hickory Hmaif. fFTTTOHTfl Garden Bakes for 1/3 Stoutly made, with 12 strong teeth, suitable for an Garden uses. All these for 1 Can Ton Beat This! - The panel consists of Exercise Book, 200 pages of food aoality ruled paper, bottle ink, pen, rufct 3 oeneils. 6 steel nibs, The lot. */? Aluminium Milk Saucepans At Bargata Prices — 1 nint size, lOld. II pint size, 1/ _j ? Z pint size, 1/3 ? OXtC£ Cash and Carry Famous Friday SirscisI ffr rpei O7*a5ty Cake. L'«rv-t and Dark Fruit Block Cake* 2 ...

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

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CUP FINAL TOMORROW Soccer Replay at Hindmarsh [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 2 October 1931

CUP FINAL TOMORROW Soccer Replay at Hind marsh By 'HALF-BACK' Having finished their straegle on September 19 without having reached a decision, Port Adelaide and Lanca shire soccer teams, tomorrow at the Hindmarsh Oval will play off in the replayed final game at the Pelaco Cup. The teams are even, and a further close struggle is anticipated. Prior to tbe cup final an interesting game will be staged by the West Torrens club. Players of the present XI. will be opposed by a team of former Torrens' players. With some of the finest exponents appearing in this game the oval should be well patronised by early patrons. The matches are: — 3 pjn. — Port Adelaide v. Lancashire, cup final; referee. Mr. W. Watt. 1.30 pjn.— Torrens Past v. Torrens Pre-; sent; referee. Mr. T. Acres. It Is unnecessary to enumerate on the performances of the indldlvual players, as this was done prior to the game last week. Port started off exceptionally well, and soon bad a splendid *«»«'-. but Lancashire surprising...

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MILITIA RIFLE ACTIVITY Record Entries [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 2 October 1931

MIIJTIA RIFLE ACTIVITY Record Entries By 'CAPTAIN' The success of, the competitions for the Simpson trophy, Crane Shield and Handicap Cup, to take place tomorrow at Port Adelaide, is assured. In the A grade. 283 handicaps have been made. There are many B grade entrants. Record entries have been received for ttoe annual prize meeting to be conducted by tie OF.R.C. talon on Labor Day, at Port Adelaide. Handicaps The handicap limit for A grade In the Simpson trophy Is 35. B grade Is not handicapped. (The score off the rifle will be the total shown on the scoring card) The handicap limit for A and B grade In the handicap cup Is 37. All B grade members will receive 12 points. The A grade handicap list Issued totals 283, of whom T. Ashton (27th Battalion). W. Earle ( 43/48 tb Battalion). L. E. Hors nell (18/23rd Light Horse), and E. A. Ban ford (&.A.N.R.). are on the scratch mark. Handicaps have been well arranged and competition will be keen for the £12 to be distributed Holiday ...

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

AUCTIONS THIS DAY (Friday), October S. at 1. AT 93. CKENFELL-STREET. CITY. J. R. BARRETT (Auctioneer). under Registered Biil of Sale and other clients, will sell — 6 Upholstered Chiirs, Bladrwood and Oak Din. Ins Suiter Complete. Bedroom Suites, D. OjesU. 3-pieee Up. Show-wood Smre, Lady's Writing Desk, S.D. Dresser, Tables. Chairs, Linos, and » bast at other U«efal Lines. 2 Dover Wood Stoves, Large Tcechent Auctioneer's Office 93, Grenf ell street. City, O. MOTOR CABS [It words 1/ per Insertion] ALL makes Batteries repaired, replatea. We ?tock. AcoeaMries and spares for every oak* of car. — R £. airman ft Son. Limited. 88 Fliodeim-strert. AUSTIK 12 Sports Boidat«T. woBderlol mechn nieal ordej; terms. — 821, Morphett-st. C AT S/S Gallon. 6d, pint, first-grade Lubrica ting- OiL— MiddlebrooVa. BiBdmaadHq A DELAlDire Cheapest Used Car House — Three -P- CheviL. *27 10/. £«5. £55; Rugby De livery (mart job. *65; Morris, «b«l»Aater. beauUful litt- Car. A6S; Chryslets, £85; a beautiful Sas...

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

«»-*#l«^»^»w#l«-»r^«^^w*l»-^»^»l»l^^»l»^-l«^»s»-»^»-sH^- I THE BBT VALUE IN I USED CARS 1 WAYMOUTH MOTOR I i: COMPANY, LIMITED | J' DODGE '4' TOURER. Olive -! 1 1 Green, tlioroughly overhauled. J1 -i £75. Waymoutii Motor Com- -! !' pany. Limited, 42, Waymouth- '- .; street 7 i\ CHEVB.Ol.ET EOADSTER. email ',' Ji mileage. £65. Waymouih -i ,| Motor Company, Limited, 42. J' -i Wsymouth-atreet, Adelaide. -[ J BUICK TOURER, perfect order. -| Z only 19.000 miles, never off '- Z blttunen. £155. Waymoutn V, 9 Motor Company, Limited. 42, -i ? [ Waymoutii-street. Ji j; DODGE FLYING FOUR. £60. j' '- for ailclt sale. Waymouth -! j' Motor Company. Limited. 42 '- «, Waymouth-street. \\ -! TWO DODGE STANDARD \\ 2 SIXES, the cars to buy, £135 * , !| and £145. Waymouth Motor ',? i, Company, Limited, 42, Way- i 5 mouth-Btree: j . J[ DODGE '4' TOURER, bargain, «! i, £60. Waymouth Motor Com- - 'i pan?. Limited. 42, WaymouUi- ? . 1 | street. J -! We are told repeatedly that our \ Ji Used Cars are the be...

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

HOCKEY STRATHALBYN ASSOCIATION. — The challenge final between the Waratahs (minors) and the Spartans proved the most Interesting and exciting match for the season. The HaJ-time scores were 3 goals to 1 In favor of the W^ratais. In the second half the Spartans levelled the score to 3 goals all, and the Waratahs regained their lead of 2 goals, then the Sparteus again levelled with 5 goals all, and the Waratahs scored the winning goal, giving them the victory by 6 goals to 5, and the premiership for 1931. This team was only defeated once in tile four rounds of matches. Goalhltters. — Waratahs — A. CZlf ford 2, G. Westley 2, Z. Semple and E. Redpati: Spartans — E. Dole 5. Best Players. — Spartans — E. Dolg. B. Weidenhofer, N. Westley, E. AnRell. and P. Watson. All the Waratahs played well. There are only Just the 11 p!ayers In the team, and they are: — A. Clifford, G. Westley. Z. Semple. E. Red path. M. Asmeade, L Rowe, L. Dolg (cap tain) JE. Slvlour. P. Burtt, E. Kerslake. and B. Case....

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

MOTOR CABS I C'lAT £01 Tourer, well saod. gxjd »i-l*ar- MS. anoe. — Sunni^ran & Vincents 111, kVay tnoutli-st. C. 172. V7VJRU wanted, food coodiuon,' excluui£« 5 1. valve Wirelese Set. — 'Lizxle,' Uiit utbec |j-IAT 60* Roadster, exwptiooaily smart lade A job. — Plaice Cam. &i. Fnmki-u-ct. o. «T7. FIAT. Single-seater, perfect order, nice ap pearance, £6(1. — Greenland, IK, Qairler Slace. Lj*O&D Tourer, 1»2S model, penect. good tyre«, - starter, ic, 0£..; thu it girt, £15. — OiKKlman's Garape. aloriihettville. X. 1056 i^OKO SporM Koadnurr, present impiuveil model, small mileage, beaucifoi conoiaon tnrougb out, £165; terms. — Adelaide Car. Tractor, Uun can Building*. I7V5KD Model A Fluetqn. £85; Sporta Ffaae -I- tons, z.aOO miles. £140; 6.500 miles. £ 135. — Adelaide Oar. Tractor. Duncan Build fi ENTRT'S Car Exchange, it. flinders-st, C. VX 6252. Sedans. Tourers, Aoadsters. Buck boards, Trucks. fVV/rsSE. Boadster. natty Utlle car. with t new VT tyres and 45 mf«....

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

MOTOR CABS BATTERIES, bring your batteries to a In qua.-ty lieiuirs. Beplaung from £1 guaranteed IS mouths, fceiv 0 Volfs, 32/6; 12 Voits, £3 4/. Free seriice aU mikes Batteries. — Franklin Wrecking, Bowen-st.f rear Ern Bateup'e Franfclin-st. T-A1TiJRl-ii. «-Volt, from 25/; 12-volt. 50/; AB-riiten guarantee 12 monib6. — Aulo Salvage, £b. jfrankiin-st.. xiext Ihincan'a. BBF ORE purchasing inspect Soothern Motors, Ltd.'s, rang* of up-u-date Re-eonditioned Used Cars and Track*. — Southern Motors. LvJ., BALTOUB'S Gnanuiteed Retreaded Tjt«, fi, Grote-st., Adelaide. C. 2«u«. BALLOUNS ? 2U x 3.50. 27 x i.iO. '19 x 4.(0, 30 x 6.00, 29 x 5.00, SO X 5.00, 31 X 6.00, SO x S.2S, 81 x 5.25, SO X 6.50. 30 X 6.77. 33 x £.77. 8- X 5.25. 34 x £.77. SO X 6.00. 31 X 6 00 32 X 6.U0, S3 x 6.00, 35 x COO. 33 x 0.20, Si x 7.30. 71S x 115. 730 x 130. 775 x I4S HIGH PBESSLHE — 30 x Si. 31 x 4. 32 x 4, 3S X 4. 32 x «}. 34 X *i. 33 x *i. 30 x 6. SS x 6. 34 I {, IS I 6, 32 x 6, 31 x 7. 710 x 90. 760 X 00, 765 ...

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

To-day! Another 'Opening Day '! The Shopping Centre of Adelaide teeming with bargains for thrifty-minded shoppers! Share in these magnificent lots! 1 Maids' 29 11 'Coachman' Flannel Coats at 18/D Maids' Flannel Coats, in the new Coachman styles. All newest tonlngs. Sizes 39 and 42 inches. Usually 29/11 each; Anniversary Sale, 16/11. Up to 42/- Assorted Maids' Frocks clear 29/11 One rack of Maids' Frocks in Crepe-de-Chine. Shantung. Suede Rayon, end Crepella. Many smart styles, with long and short sleeves. Sizes 38, 40, 42 inches. Usually up to 42/ each: Anniveisarv Sale. 29/11. I Child's 1/6,1/11 Cot Vests 6£d. \ Children's Cotton Vests- wearing quality excep tionally good. Short sleeve and sleeveless styles. I Usually 1/6, 1/11; Anniversary Sale, 6id. 2 limit. . limit. I Child's 4/6 Tab Frocks 2/11 | Children's Tab Frocks, in Daytime Harmony. Many styles snd shades. Long or short sleeves. 20 to 28 inches. Usually 476 each; Anniversary Sale, 2/11. ? FTEST 7IXX-B ? AT MTEB'S 29/11 Pa...

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