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

MOTOR GABS TOS Truck, Chevrolet, lite tooJ tyres, perfect order. £t-7 10;. Cut genuine trial, ciwed cabin. — 'Tax Paid,' tliis office. ailiUii, 30 X 3J, SI z 4, 700 x SO, TSO z ?L 130. 27 x 4.40. 26 x 4-85. SO X 4.SB, »l x 6.26, SO x S.77, 31 x 6.00, cheap. — Auto Salvage, 66, Frasklin-at, TYKES Retreadi-d, aU sizes, cheapest m dtf. Cuts Vulcaoiscd. Beads Repaired, and SuanuKed. — Auto Salvage, 66, FrankUo-at, rprfiES— AU 'lies in suck. A few a* toi X low: — SO x SJ. SI x 4. 82 x 4. 88 X «, 10 X 5. SS x 6, 710 x 90. £20 x 120, 680 x 1*0. Balloons, 26 x S.SO, 29 x 4.40. S3 z 4.95, 83 X 6.77, 83 x 6.00. SI x 7.30. — Frank Warren, 133, Flindera-st., and 222, Unlejnl, L'nley, cr. Star Theme Arcade. C. 72«5. Open Friday nights at both chops. fTSABLE pay Ux. Essix 6. good balloons, newto U battery, £87 10/: £ 15 Seposiu— U. 648/ K 'ETAUXUALL, spleacid English car, just like - «^,.n2ECrHoB'n'i' ~7' Waymouth-st. Pt^AKTED. login Car. about £15 . cash. ? TT 'Genuine Buyer,' this office. VJTRE...

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
No Federal Advance to Assist Gold Mining Canberra, October 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 2 October 1931

No Federal Advance to , Assist Gold Mining ? Canberra, October 1. The Commonwealth Government had not agreed to advance £600.000. or any other sum, to assist goldminlne, said the Treas'irer, replying to Mr Crouch (Lab.. Vic), in the House of Representatives today. 'If funds can be procured,' Mr. Theodore went on, 'consideration will be given to the advisability of the allocation of a proportion of unemploy ment grants to the States for gold mining. As mining is a State func tion, even If funds were available for the purpose, the Commonwealth Gov ernment would be unable to consider individual application for assistance for mining development.'

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

[?] Answers to medical enquiries wnu be snbUshed nddr la 'The Chronicle.' Answers to reneral questions will be published in The Advertiser' daily. Otber answers win appear as leMow: — MotorJnc. Tuesdays; recipes, Tues days and Wednesdays; Farmers' Infor mation Service, Wednesdays; sportlne Fridays; wireless. Saturdays. ??A-E.KV Avon.— You did the correct TMng In leaving Hie mare «!«*»»? wltn toe loel. but. unfortunately, struck a compara tively rare trouble, which was caused by the toal being born with an abnormally large navel, which allowed the Intestines to escape. II the mishap had been seen early, when bowels were Just protruding, they might have been returned and kept la position by means of a ligature placed around the navel cord close to the abdomi nal wall, but U leu lor a few hours treat ment would have been almost hopeless owing to being contaminated with dirt, Ace, mad protruding gut swelling. 2. Dog with ?woUen Joints ol paws.— The feet should be carefully examined for ...

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

CO'JWONWEALTH EATNFALI/ The following Is the Commonwealth rainfall for tbe 24 hours ended at S ajn. on Thursday. October l:— We-tern Au«*ralla- — Kellerberrln. 7 points: Perth. 1A2; Espersnce. 16. Queensland. — SiW'day Cape, 8 points; Brisbane, 5. New South Wai ?».— Canberra. 21 points; ICen-ca'tle. 1: Sydney- 14; Jervls Bay, 59; J 1'omva. 28: Lord Howe Island. 23. I Victoria. ? Cape Otivliy. 9 TOlnts; Wilson's ' Pro^ontor?. *: Gatxj Island. 4. j Tasmania.— Ho'iart, J point: Brunt, 2; Zeehan, 8: Stanley. 15J. Eddystone. «.

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
OCEAN FORECAST Issued at 9 p.m., Thursday [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 2 October 1931

OCEAN FORECAST Issued at 9 p.m.. Thurida-tr Fresh to strong west to south-west winds and moderate to rough seas over southern waters generally. , 1

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

ADELAIDE RAINFALL Average annual for 92 sears. 21.09. Average rainfall for 92 years from Janu ary 1 to end of October. 18.93. Total rainfall from January I. 1931. to date 20.68. Total for corresponding period of 1930, 14.02.

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

SOOTH AUSTRALIAN RAINFALL Tlie for.owlng Is the South Australian ralntfall for the 24 hours ended at 8.30 ajn on Thursday, October 1: — No.rihern Rivers.— Danvla. 50 points. Lovter North— Clare, 2 points: Watervale. 8- Hovleton, 3. West of Murray Range. — Saddleworth. 1 South Coast.-^-Cape Border. 2 points. To-l-e Per.lnsu'.R.— Paskc-vllle, 2 points; Ma:t:and.- 4; Ardro=sPJJ. 2; Yorketovm, 3; Ed'thburfjB. 9. Vest of Spencer Gulf. — Carrow, 2 points. Eoiith-Ea«n — Frnnces. 2 points:- Narra coorte, 2: Jtfilllcent. 2; Kalangadoo, 1; Cape Nortteimber'.and. 1.

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

~' EVERYTHING FOR YOUR GARDEN I _ AT 1 Gardening time is here- It 1 « win pay yon to inspect oar M I Garten Tools Plants, Ac, In tl 1 oar Basement. Absolutely the II \ Cheapest in Adelaide. )) I 7U Rake Handles.. 4H 1 .J HI. — Well nude of hardwood. M I l/4i Grass Shears .. 1/- ) J H*. — Superior qnaltty. H 1 9-L Garden Forks .. 7H 1 B H3. — Very rtroog, abort fctadl*. K I 3/6 Gardening Gloves 2/6 f V HI.— All ]Mtber. _ A I 9d. Gardening Trowels 6dL I \ H5. — Wen made. 'M I 2/3 Garden Forks.. -1/6 ) M H6. — Long handle. in I l/4£ Garden Hoe.. . 1/- 1 « H7. — Reversible itrong hudwood lundle 1! V lo lit. 4*4. II I 1/4* Rake Heads .. . 1/- I 1 HS. — H-prong, handle to ftt. tfd. jfj i 1/- Secateurs.. ».7^d I j[ BB. — Bandy kk. A ) 3/6 Cultivators ? 2/6 I ?| HIO. — 3-prone. complete with itrone V y h«ndle._ _ _ _ ^^ _ ^^ ? FERN BASKETS, ^^^^^^ Fern, and Moss, | / '^'Ivwfhll it * in various varie- I / ? /' UYiyi \ lies. including B » / 11H// \ Sword, Sperengi, ? j£m»*mmW!5mi&. an...

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

PRINTING Executed wltb Dispatch at Lowest Prices at 'The Advertiser' Offlca, Waymouth-street, Adelaide.

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INDECENT LANGUAGE ON GOLF COURSE [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 2 October 1931

INDECENT LANGUAGE OK GOtF COURSE Michael H. Stigwood was fined £2 10/ in all, in default seven days' imprison ment, by Mr. E. M. Sabine, F_M_ in the Adelaide Police Court yesterday for having used indecent language on the Municipal Golf Course on Septem ber 8. Evidence was given that Stigwood, as the result of complaints by players, had been repeatedly warned by the police to cease loitering in the vicinity of the course. When spoken to by a greenkeeper, he had used the language complained of. Stlgwood denied the charge, and said, in an unsworn statement, that the greenkeeper was always 'having a chip' at him.

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

Electric Table Lamps, Parchment Shades and Indirect Lighting Bowk to be cleared at Huge Reductions! mm 25/-, 30/- Indirect Lighting f7 Bowls to clear at 11/6 Ml Indirect Lighting Bowls, made from epe- ^m / 1 cial 3-ply lighting glass. Some are White ^m I J with handsome embossed designs, others are ^^^LJ in beautifully colored designs. Sizes 12 and ^????l 14 in., complete with antique copper ??? fittings. Usual value 25/. 27/6, and ^IllllJ 30/. A special st 11/6 — while they WP^^ Jast! f/flP Wood Lamp Stodrds. 6/9 If/ Wooden Electric Table lamp Stan- A I I 1 J dards in various designs. Complete ^m J A. I I with lamp holder. 3 yards of cord, and 4^^B^ V I plug, and wired ready for shade. A #*^^^^^^s Special at 6/9 each. MMM fi^^ 26/3 Imprtd. China /// 'oj/- Table Lamps 21/11 /// #^ Hand-painted Cnlna Table /// ^* for Lamps, made in Prance. Borne f f f _ of to designs would be ideal Mil 5om~ » tor the nursery. Complett # // ?Z^r *wfta. with cord, pluoL «nd^ Iff JC/#» * Stainless SEdng...

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

□ =L S.PM.I.N. -?.. C.L.EJI.N.LN.G. Some cf the tremendons Bargains that Friday brings ffr^Jiiff j in the greatest Spring 'Clean-up* Adelaide has ever seen. -H«HHb Two crowded days of monstrous bargains brings us to Friday— 12 stirring hours jiffl^V rK^flB of solid money saving shopping. Take part today in this unique event — John .^Hi JL fi^Wlll Martin's Mighty 'Spring Cleaning'— Tt means a big help to the family purse ! fSoJWl m-*- JSt ll «f II Come in!! ^mZfjllt Y'll S'll, 99ll* Men's Lustre Underwear zStfwwff Men! Wear Lustre Artificial Silk Underwear this Summer— Cooler, Lighter, ^Jmfjf^bXmSim More Economical in the long ran, especially at the wonderful price quoted j^9f/j^SM0^M^SmL here. Singlets, Athletic Vests, and Trunks in colors, White, Sky, Pink, Sand €\ I -fl Hj M-I^li!^^^^ —not every color in every size— but a most interesting assortment. All %f I I ^m^^^S^^m^^ sizes. 'SPRING CLEANING' PRICE 8/11, 9/11 FOR . . 3/11 GARMENT «Jf JL £ WkmT mWffilBf 3/11 Men's Fine Cot. U'...

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£38 DAMAGES FOR INJURIES TO HEAD [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 2 October 1931

£38 DAMAGES FOR INJURIES TO HEAD Reserved Judgment was delivered by Mr. B. D. Ronald, SJC, in the Local Court yesterday, in the action in which Mrs. Irene Butler, of Davenportter race, WayvUle, claimed £50 damages from Miss E. Unstead, hairdresser, of Gouger-street. Adelaide. Mrs. Butler alleged that by the negligence of Miss Piper, an employe, her scalp was burnt and an eye injured while her hair was being waved. Mr. Ronald held that the employe was negligent, and awarded Mrs. But ler £38 9/ damages. Miss Unstead had denied the plead ings of Mrs. Butler, and contended that Mrs. Butler was negligent, as she had moved her head during the process, causing the Insulating material to shift. The magistrate said he was impressed with Miss Unstead, not only as a wit ness of truth, but also as a person who thoroughly understood and obvi ously was very experienced in her work. Mr. C. Xm. Abbott appeared for Mis. Butler, and Mr. W. A. Rollison for Miss Unstead.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COUNTRY HOTELS AND CLUBS' AWARD [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 2 October 1931

COUNTRY HOTELS AND CUDBS' . AWARD Mr. F. Kelly, for the applicants, said the application referred only to male employes, and it was sought to bring the wages into conformity with the new living wage figure. The proposed alteration applied only to boots. The President directed that the parties should hold a conference on Monday.

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
WIDER AMBIT FOR MEAT AWARD, SOUGHT [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 2 October 1931

WIDER AMBIT FOB MEAT AWARD SOOGHT It was announced in the Industrial Court, before Mr. President Kelly yes teiday, that master butchers had failec to offer pfmi''«H''« for the butchers' board . _ Mr. P. B. James, who appeared for the employes, said he had been in formed by the secretary of the Meat Traders* Association (Mr. J. E. Robin son) that bis body was prepared to join with the employes' union if a new board was constituted to widen the ambit. The proposal was that a metro politan meat trade board be consti tuted in respect of the trade or busi ness for the sale, either wholesale or retail, of fresh corned, minced, chilled and frozen meat, and uncooked saus ages, including the mairing of small goods, and ham and bacon curing, and the slaughtering connected therewith in the metropolitan area. Mr. Robinson said his body had so desire to hinder the creation of a board, but under the present award there were many people selling meat who did not come within its scope. The President...

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
OBJECTION TO STATEMENT Protest In Industrial Court [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 2 October 1931

OBJECTION TO STATE MENT Protest In Industrial Court Objection was taken by counsel in the Industrial Court yesterday to the publication of a paragraph dealing with the wages of members of the Hotel, dub and Restaurant Employes' Union. The court was hearing an applica tion by the employers for a variation of the award for country hotels and clubs. Mr. F. Kelly, for the employers, said it was most objectionable that such a paragraph should be published, and it certainly did not create a right at mosphere while negotiations between the parties were pending. The para graph was headed, 'Wage slashing alleged.' Mr H. L. Baldock (for the em ployes) said Oiat the paragraph had nothing to do with Oje award for country employes. Mr. President Kelly— If it referred to the present proceedings it was a highly Improper statement to make. The general rule must be observed that while a matter fe before the court statements of opinion or views ex pressed by litigants before this court must not be ma...

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
MORTGAGORS RELIEF BILL Passed by Assembly [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 2 October 1931

MORTGAGORS RELIEF BILL Passed by Assembly The Mortgagors Relief Bill was passed by the Assembly yesterday after several amendments suggested by the select committee, which recently con sidered tne Bill, had been agreed to. It was decided that the Bui should not apply to any mortgage entered into by a member of a building society, Starr-Bowfcett society, or any other society of a similar kind. It was also resolved that the Bin should be con strued subject to the Debt Adjustment, the Farmers Belief, and the Financial Emergency Acts. A new sub-clause was Inserted in tne BUI to provide that where the rate of interest fixed by any mortgage was less than 5 per cent., the court might, as a condiflon of granting relief, order Mob mortgagor to pay interest at a rate higher titan that fixed by the mortgage, but not exceeding 5 per cent. It was also decided that mortgagors who, at the date of instituting appli cations tinder the Bin, had paid all the interest due before that date, should be de...

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

CRIMINAL SESSIONS The hearing was continued in the Criminal Court, before Mr. Justice Napier and jurors, yesterday of the case in which Sydney Green (24) de nied that on or about July 27, at Mur ray Bridge, he broke into the shop of Frederick Gallagher, and stole a quan tity of cigarettes, cigars, tobacco, a gold watch, two open-faced watches, and other articles, to a total value of £130; also that on or about the same date he broke into the shop of Wil liam Davey at Murray Bridge, and stole cigarettes, cigars, tobacco, and other articles to the value of £28. He also pleaded not guilty to having received the goods knowing them to have been stolen. Mr. B. B. Chamberlain (Crown Pro secutor) appeared for the Crown. Green conducted his own case. Giving evidence on oath. Green said be knew nothing about the robbery ex cept what he had heard in court. On July 27 he was staying at the Gilles Arms Hotel, Adelaide. He had tea there about 6 p.m_, after which he took i a walk and returned at a...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
State Parliament Budget Not Yet Ready [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 2 October 1931

State Parliament Budget Not Yet Ready 'I cannot say when the Budget will be presented, as the Budget Committee is etill investigating the financial posi tion,' said the Premier (Mr. Hill) to the Assembly yesterday, in answer to a question by Mr. Giles (Lib.).

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LAW COURTS CAUSE LIST SUPREME COURT [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 2 October 1931

LAW COURTS CAUSE LIST SOIBEME OOUBT No. 3 Court (Criminal).— Before lie Justice Kapler, at 10 u, today-Sex T. Bltmead (part beard). No. l Ooart (Olvil).— Before Mr. Justice Btciwnl*. at 10 30 ajn.— In the estate ot Ki. E. Trfieir deceased. In Obambes.— Before Sir. JusUoe Piper, at 10 30 e^n.— General dumber business. Before a Master, at 10.30 ajn.— Chamber tooelaesa.

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