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WOMEN OUT OF DOORS LAND OF INDIAN LOVE LYRICS HOUSEBOAT LIFE IN KASHMIR [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 2 October 1931

WOMEN OUT OF DOORS LAND OF INDIAN LOVE LYRICS HOUSEBOAT LIFE IN KASHMIR By 'BEETEE' One of the charms of life in Northern India is a houseboat honeymoon. Mrs. Alfred Hall, who. with her husband and baby twin sons, is staying with Mrs. W. F. O. Grote, at Sledin -lie, had this romantic experience. The houseboats are on the Jnelum ? River, at Srinagar. the capital of! I Kashmir, the native state which is j at present in the throes of a Moslem anti-government agitation. In normal times it is the ideal of Himalayan peace and beauty, made famous by Amy Woodfoixie Einden in her Indian Love ( Lyrics. Kashmir, in the extreme north of India, is the holiday Mecca of the British residents and Continental tourists during the hot months from ! April to October. ! Ideal Holiday The furnished houseboats are hired with a. Kashmiri cook, at a rental com parable to the charge made for an Australian bungalow, and according to the size and convenience. Some are very large, with four or five bedrooms and...

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

mmmamm Economy in Cooking — No. 6 ?????« Make a tasty mince today Which, will you choose? ^^^^ Cold meat to remind you if^^ — '' of yesterday's dinner— or a jg tasty delicious mince, as | good as yesterday's meal, J -- but quite different. \m^ The wise housewife ^ft-*- knows die value of a change / xf —she adds a little Bisto to ^c* die mince and what a sf^ jf^ difference it makes! A ^ ^\_^ delicious, appetising meal sf ^ which proves the economy ^^.nAv* * of Bisto. 7 K^P for Meat Dishes \nv pfPS 'Hints for Everyday Heals ' and a free sample of Bisto mt'//jBy^BK be sent upon request by Cerebos Limited. 79. Pitt Street. Sydney . ^JStSJ^P

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

???/ ^M^ V ? T^lfcSBjj^^J^^BBl Boys Box Dctbvu BlBsJSn 7n 8n »*»«* *» spies. -fl|fl ???B^T-^— ^ ? ? ? 1 — -«??? HBJWV. Half sizes ^^QffflS^^ppi^*^^^ ,^^eHH ???BBBaMMByMBBtSHIBI^f^jUaHgfa - '/ ctmUn't iktf for aifUy «»r -««- I teiUpsti ami wm ordered to bed. hut to-day 1 mm s»K ami strtmg and back to my normal health. I am mr to thankful that I Ircmt in time of the health-giving, body-builim/ powen vf Lane's Emulsion. — frame en application. Lame's Emulsion is manufactured bj The Lane Medicine Co. Ply Ltd. -£. G. Lane, Graduate Chemist), Shakespeare PUee. Ernst Richmond, Melbourne. Ftc Cold after coM — all through the year? Fortu nately Lane's Emulsion eetde* tfab distresriaf affliction ones and for alL Lane's is a food medidne. that goes right to the source of tfaa trouble of every cold or cough. There is no substitute for die health-giving, body-building properties of the finest Cod Liver O3, of vitamins and creaaote — and only Lane's Emul sion offers them in a really palatable and...

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

Perfect Wave Sets Quickly! Makes Finger-Waving Easy. Adds flossy Instre-tawes your hair easy to manage; qy- set your hair, or put In a ?*- finger wave, jost use a litUe VelmoL put it on witn your fingers, or run some water In your wash basin, add a few drops of Velmol and comb it through. You can then press the waves in easily and tiiey will set quickly and stay. Waving your hair in this truly professional way does not leave it stiff, sticky or artificial-looking, as ordinary waving fluids do. Velmol simply makes your nau more beautiful by enhancing its natural wave and color. It keeps the wave and curl in, and leaves your hair so soft and pliable, and so easy to manage, that it will stay any style you arrange it, even after shampooins — whether long or bobbed. , A lew Crops ol Velmol brushed ? through t-iit hair when you dress it imparts that bright, brilliant silky sheen, so much admired, and makes your hair fairly sparkle and glow with natural gloss and lustre. A large oottle ot ...

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

RICH RIVER LOAM. Special heavy, {or Unnls courts «od playing erwiia. Snndy iojin for lawns. Special L»wt tfaTiare delircred any suburb. WasheJ feind or Grate'. Supplied. B!'*R.f W. LANGMAN, €T. PETERS WASHED SAND. EOOLAM\X-STREET, JO3UN'. P27BuS0S Sonth Australian Hallways. MELROSE SHOW SAT,. OCT. 3rd. Extra trains to Melrose will leave Gladstone at 7.05 ajn. and Wilmington at 8.55 ajn.. leaving Melrose on return at 5.40 pm. for Gladstone and 5.50 p-m. for Wilmington. Excursion Fares C. J. BOYKETTT, Secretary.

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Port Adelaide Association [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 2 October 1931

Port Adelaide Association The Port Adelaide and Districts Tennis Association wUl begin Its playing season, tomorrow, when 14 matches will be con tested. Oelland. last season'6 premiers, will not play, having received a bye. The fol lowing matches will be p^yed: — & GBADE.— Lcrgs Bay v. Seaton Park. Torrensvllle v. St. Barnabas, WoodvUle v. Norman Memorial No. 1. Norman Memorial No. 2 v. United. B GRADE.— Seaton Park v. Cameron. St. Barnabas v. West Torrens. Brompton Methodist v. Port Adelaide. Alberton Bap tist v. GeUand. TJntted v. Lar-Birfc. C GRADE. — Carnavon v. Ijargs Bay. West Torrens v. Norman Memorial. Port Ade laide V. WoodvUle, All Saints v. Alberton Baptist, Iisr-Blrk v. TorrensvOe. YEELANNAv— Mr. J. Haatsma presided at the annual meeting of the tennis club. Mr. J. W. Payne was elected In succes sion to Mrs. E. K. Watklns. who was thanked for her services, and Mr. Haarsma president. The subscriptions were fixed at 5/ for adults and 2/ for Juniors under 15 years. T...

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STATE WHEAT LANDS Hard to Equal in Australia [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 2 October 1931

STATE WHEAT LANDS Hard to Equal in Australia 'For fertility and ecenic beauty the wheat belt of South Australia Is almost unrivalled throughout tbe Common wealth,' Mr. K. E. Jones, Western Aus tralian delegate to the recent Austra lian Wheatgrowers' Federation Con ference in Melbourne, said yesterday. He had iust returned from a tour, including Maliala, Maitland, Jamestown, and Balaklava, which He made with tbe Wheat Protection Association dele gates. 'I am convinced that the country covered in this tour would be hard to equal in Australia,' Mr. Jones acded. He was also struck by the work that, had been done in reafforestation. The encouragement of tree planting for shade purposes was necessary in many parts of the Australian wheat belt. Over the whole of the route the crops looked splendid and. generally speak ing, were clean, demonstrating that a high standard of farm husbandry had been obtained. It was evident that a few crops were suffering from a lack of superphosphate. The fal...

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Heavy Yardings at Homebush Live Stock Sales Sydney, October 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 2 October 1931

Heavy Yardings at Homebnsh live Stock Sales Sydney. October i. tares supplies of stock were submitted for sale at Homebush today. In tb» sheep section. It was tbe biggest offering received this year. The fact that no sales win ba held on Monday next accounted for tba Increased numbers for both sheep and cattle. Competition was particularly free. and both markets compared favorably with Monday's sales. Mutton values were Sraa. but sheep In the wool wear dearer, buyers allowing for the Increase in wool vahtes. Cattle quotations were unchanged gene rally, although there were instances when prime light stock realised slightly Improved figures. Approximately 56.000 sheep and lambs were drawn for; but. when the official tally was taken. It was fcund that flOJW were In the pens. Lambs were again p-n- tlf ully supplied, but not quite to the same extent as on recent sale days. The avexag* quality was up to late 'standards. Compe tition was free, and sales were on a par throughout with the be...

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

WEATHER MAP In the above map £he isobars or lined of equal barometer pressure are onown, the values being in-fca6ed by the figures at the end of each line; m denotes milli bar. Direction of the wind is shown by arrows flying with the wind: — Light breeze, * - ; moderate breeze. - - ; strong breeze, » - ; gale, ^*ft- - ; O represents calm. The Btate of the sea is shown by the letter S (smooth), M (moderate), £ (rough). V E (very rough). X indicates rain has fallen. FORECAST Cissaed at 9 pjn., Thursday) : — Fine at first with mild northerly winds soon veering to cool squally south-westerlies with some showers, chiefly in central and south-east districts.

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BAROMETER AND THERMOMETER READINGS [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 2 October 1931

BAROMETER AND rHERMOMETER READINGS Thermometer Voswrday 72.4 Maximum Shade Sept Deg. 30 .. 63.4 29 .. £4.0 28 .. 8L1 27 .. 673 26 .. 613 25 ..67.7 24 .. 63.1 23 ....73.7 22 .. 80.1 21 .. 66.6 21 .. 68.0 20 . B1.0 15 .. 68 J 17 .. 732 16 .. 633 15 .. 61.4 14 . 59.0 13 .. 57.4 12 60.7 11 60.4 ? ? | rHB &UVERTISEB BaaoiiEim October 2, 3 ajn. Time. Wednesday. Yes'd'y. 3 a-m. 30.04 30.03 9 »Jn. 30.1B 30.06 3 pjn 30.14 29.b7 9 pjn. 30.16 2S.81

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PHASES OF THE MOON [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 2 October 1931

PHASES OP THE MOON Last quarter. October S. New moon. October 11. First quarter. October 18. Full moon. October 26.

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CALENDAR—October 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 2 October 1931

CAJLENDAH — October 2 Sun rises 5.54 ajn.; sets. 6.18 p.m. Moon rises. 11.37 p.m.; sets, 8.24 aJn.

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5 AD—229 Metres [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 2 October 1931

5 AD— 229 Metres 7— Time. 'Tne Advertiser' early morn ing news, weather, commercial. 7O5 — Morning melodies. 8.30— Close. 10— 'The Advertiser' news. 10.10— Musi- cal pot pourrl. 11 — Homecraft, toy Nan ette.' 11.10— Gas Company's home ser vice. 11.20— Morning tea muslcale. 12— 3 — Grain report: weather: music. 3.15^ — Radio serial. 3.25— Music continued. 5 — 5.30 — Junior listeners and Wireless Kan garoo. 6 — Dinner music. 6.55— Sunshine Club notes. 7— Rob and Bob. the Jolly Jokers. 7.40 — Fcotball talk by Mr. Steve McKee, of the 'News.' 7.50— Beview of Saturdays eport tag fixtures. 8— Time. First news bulletin. 8^— A variety concert by the 'Varsity Four, Those Reviewers— Will Fyffe (come dian), Marceau (accordeon), Angela Badde lev (comedienne), and the National Cava liers (vocalists). Lovely Little SUhouette ('Varsity Four). How Do You Do? (Re viewers). Ye Can Come and See the Baby {Fyffe). Old Comrades and Marche Indlenne (Marceau). The Safe, a thriller by Angela Baddeley; Kiddle...

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BROADCASTING 5CL—411 Metres [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 2 October 1931

BROADCASTING SCL— 411 Metres 7.30 to 8.30— News and musical items. 11— Dally broadcast service. 11J.0— Mora- Ing melodies. 11.28 — Sporting. 1130 — Homecrafts, conducted by 'Economist.' 11.45 — Musical Items. 12— Commercial. 12.15— News. 1230— Musical items. 12.50 — Weather and grain report. 1 — Musical Items. 13 — The second news session. 1.15 — Musical Items. 2 — Close down. 3 — Radio matinee. 3.45— Freda Jones, pianist. 4— Victoria Reynolds. 4.15 — Radio matinee (continued). 430 — Close down. 5.50 — Children's session conducted by 'Auntie Peggy.' 6-21) — Dinner music 6.50— Stock Exchange, market reports. 7 — Musical Items. 7.10— Evening 'News' ser vice. 7.20— Musical Interlude. 7.30 — Sport- tog ('SUvius'). 7.40— Mr. S. T. Facy. 8— 'Eulus.' 850 — Cameo Celebrity concert. 8.30— Classical programme. Elder Conser vatorlum Trio. Maud Puddy. piano; Sylvia Whltlngton, violin; Harold Parsons, 'cellist; Phyllis Everett, contralto; Harold Parsons, ?cellist; Phyllis Everett, contralto; Eld...

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STRUGGLE IN SANDHILLS [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 2 October 1931

STRUGGLE IN SANDHILLS Constable J. H. Allen, of Largs Bay. told Mr. G. W. Halcombe. SJtf.. in the Port Adelaide Police Court yesterdav. how he 6true?led with a man in the sandhills, between SemaDhore and Granee. and snatched a bottle of spirits of salts from him. The man, who was believed to be mentally defective, had a note. apDarently meant for his wife and two children, which read — 'Unemnloyed dear. You won't set me. I am sroing to taVe mv li^o ' Fointine to the spirits of 6alts, the : man said he did not 'ntend to take his life that way. The magistrate . wnt him to the Enfield Receiving ; Home, ?

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ILLEGAL USE OF CAR [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 2 October 1931

ILLEGAL USE OF CAR In the Unley Magistrates' Court yes terday, before Messrs. j. Lominan and A. E. Hustler. Harry Hampton Jones, Colin. Raymond Edwards, and two youths, pleaded guilty to a charge of having- mesallv used a motor car. the prrmerty of AlTce French, of Malvern. Sergeant Taylor, -who prosecuted, said that the four took the car out of Mrs. French's garage about midnieht on Tuesday, and used it for about 18 hours. One of the men returned the machine to the sarage at 6 pjn, on Wednesday evening. Jones and Edwards were each fined £3, with 15/ costs, and the youths £2 10/. with 15/ costs.

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Monetary and Commercial MEAT MARKETS Values Remain Steady [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 2 October 1931

Monetary and Commercial MEAT MARKETS Values Remain Steady By THE ClXr ED1TOK Although there was little difference tn the number of cattle yarded on Monday last compared with the pre vious week, the actual supply of beef was less by reason of the fact that light weights were in greater evidence. A large wwirtlEnmpnt of heavy weight bullocks, which in the ordinary course of events would have been sold in this market, was diverted to Melbourne last week, and this action relieved the position here. The prospects for any definite advance in beef values are not bright. Reports from Victoria indi cate that, in view of the large number of station cattle from New South Wales end Queensland coming forward to the Newmarket sates, many owners of pad dock-fattened cattle in that State are holding off the market at the moment, in the hope that prices will Improve later. This action will ensure plenti ful supplies of beef at the Melbourne sales for some time to come. It is known that for the next ...

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

Shipping Notes and Notices ORIENT LINE ROYAL MAIL STEAMEKS TO LOSDON'. Via COLOMBO. SUEZ. PORT SAID. NAPLES. TOfLOS. CinBALTAR. atMl PLYMOUTH. Biamnr. Tons. Commands. 6a:l». ?OSSOVA 1S.O»1 O. C. Thorne Oct. IS. OROXTE.- 20.000 P. B- OYsu^ivan Nov. 1' 0T3AXT0 20.000 H. 0. SjiUEton Sot. S« ORFORI- 20.000 A. L. Owens Dec. 10 ?Tourist Meirogr. O.i? Class flair. FARES — ADELAIDE TO LOXDOX. FIRST 6ALOOS— Sinclc. from £«6. Brturo. from £168. T0ORI6T CL46S— S:r.?:e. from £S9. Ketum. from £70. THIRD CUSS — Single, from £38. Return, from £68. All fans subject to Exchange, vhicb ma; be ascertained on enquiry. 51. G. ANDERSON' & CO.. Agents, 8. King Wli'.iam-rtr-ft Telephone C. 8300. A. & C Aberdeen and Commonwealth line nur r-i ACC P«sen«nr service to HC1X Vat. tUl53Md LOXDOX. via Colombo, Port Said. Malta, «ni Soathampton. JEHV.'S B\Y ? 14.184 ton* Oct. 12 tLARGS BAY.... 14,184 tonB O:U 28 (WHETON* BIT.. I4.KS torn Vor. SO EPPERANXE BAt 14.17B tonB On. 1« fOmits HqH and Southa...

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THERMOMETER READINGS [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 2 October 1931

THERMOMETER REAJDrNGS Ade.aide. Thursday. October 1 Maximum In the sun ? 124 6 Maximum in ihe shade .... 72, Minimum ? ' 443

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REMANDED ON TWO CHARGES [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 2 October 1931

REMANDED ON TWO CHARGES John James David McRobertson Roche was remanded until Wednes day by Mr. E. ML Sabine, P.M., in the Adelaide Police Court vesterday on two charges, one of having obtained eight books of tickets in a competition in aid of the Lord Mayor's Fund, by falsely pretending that he was foreman of the Fruitgrowers' Association, and the other of having- converted to his own use 12/ received on account of Walter Dollman, editor and proprietor of the 'Rising Sun' magazine. Bafl was fixed at £50, with two sureties of £50 each Mr. B. A. Len thall prosecuted.

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