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MANAGERS- REPORTS [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931
MANAGERS- REPORTS White Hope Consols Ooldmlnlng Com- pany. NX.—Progress report on lease held at LarkinvUle. February I:—Have Inspected the company's area 2.569. adjoining dough's on the south. There are no out crops on the area, the country rock being covered with a loam of several feet In depth Therefore, the only effective me thod of prospecting the area will be by carefully loamlnv the surface. Hive etarted work on the area with one, man.
MELBOURNE MARKET Melbourne. February 22. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931
MELBOURNE MARKET Melbourne. February 22. Yesterday's sales:—Commonwealth Loans, s?i per cent. (1833). £80 2/6: S\b per cent. (1931). £9S 12/6; Australian Cement. 21/; Dunlop Perdriau. 10/1.10/: G. Plzzey (preT.j 11/; Eolden's. 12/3. 12/2; Broken Hill South. 3J/3. 33/: do. (month), 33/3. 33/; North Broken Hill. 43/4?4: do. (6 weeks). 43/4>i: Mount liyell. 22/7' i; Tongkah Compound Tin. 18/5. 19/8; do. (6 weeks). 19/4.18/8.
STOCKS AND SHARES SYDNEY MARET Sydney. February 22. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931
STOCKS AND SHARES SYDNEY MARET Sydney. February 22. Yesterday's sales:—Commonwealth Loans. 5?4 per cent. (1933). £90; 514 per cent. (1935)7£90; S'-i per cent. (1943). £87 12/6; 514 per cent. (1931), £95 7/6; 5J4 per cent. (1941). £89; Commercial Bank of Sydney. £15 5/; Bank of New South Wales. £27 7/6; Australian Gas (A). £5 2/8; Tooth Brewery. 23/: Associated Newgiapers (prrf-J. 9/6; British Tobacco (pret.). 22/; Broken Hill Proprietary. 14/9; Dunlop Perdrlau. 10/; Goodyear- (pref.). 17/; HarimhiHK 8/6; Peters. 20/3: do. (Vie.) (8/ pal*). 1/6: Spen cers. 5/3; Broken Hill South (cash), 33/: Kuala g^T" Tin, 6/3; Pungah Tin, 17/3; Batrut Tin. 2/; Bawang Tin. 4/6; Takuapa Tin, 12/3; Lucknow Pups Gold (paid). 1/3.
ENGLISH WHEAT MARKET LONDON MARKET INACTIVE LONDON. February 21. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931
ENGLISH WHEAT MARKET LONDON MARKET INACTIVE LONDON. February 21. Cargoes were quiet to-day, and quota tions showed little change: 8,300 tons from the Anglo-Indian were sold at 21/9. and bags at 21/6 a quarter. A bulk lot of 2.500 tons from the Troja was dealt In at 22/. with some parcels occasionally 34. dearer. Trading was Inactive In London, and futures for March and May were quoted at 24/7 a quarter, and November 2S/6. At Liverpool. March were quoted at 4/6 a cental. May at 4/6%, July 4/7?4, and Oc tober 4/814. CHICAGO. February 21. Chicago wheat options were quoted yes terday at:—March. 79% cents per bushel: May, 83% cents; July, 69',i cents; Septem ber, 69>,i cents. Options to-day were quoted at:—May, 8314 cents; July. 68 V*i September, 68%.
LONDON MEAT QUOTATIONS LONDON. February 14. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931
LONDON MEAT QUOTATIONS LONDON. February 14. ?HiV5 Tin following are the weekly quotation* *?r the undermentioned classes of lifilttMa meat*, baaed on actual aaira of waolesale quantities of carcases of mutton or K^fiSbTor marten of beef, de'lvered to Sm ltMcl:1 market, and/or ex London stores. O^ktwxtvc at equivalent ex ship values. de??ucj. 'id. per Ib. from the prices quoted p^hU?*. Quotatlooa are average for week. Bnd, are ?"* to* aelected Unes. but for par : sAMltalrty repnsenUUve of the bulk of th* shipments now on offer. IV WT^ lbs. At per lb. ? r.^tm wiinn sheep * £*#.. Canterbury—Crossbred Wether* .. .. ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? S ii | -V.- Berth Island—MUden Ewes "/? r Setoeted Maiden Ewes 55^2 I Worth bland—Maiden Ewes *j££ F-: Worth Island-Maiden Ewes ;? ?? ?? ;; ?? g/? J * ** ** ** '* * *" ** " ?? ?? ?? ?? -? Under'48 ?,-.". HZ 48/64 7* 1* .. .. 65/72 v JBWsBia Sheep— * J jl?W BRtod"L>rnte- > 30-'55 :. §S*SJ :?:: - :: - :::: - - :: :: :: ;: * ??? *%% Selected North Island Bra...
LOCAL MARKET STEADY Prices Advance Slightly [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931
LOCAL MARKET STEADY Prices Advance Slightly There was a decidedly better tone In London wheat market advices on Saturday, most private messages describing the position as firmer, with an Improved de- mand. There were many ssl?, but the actual prices paid did not show much change. It was the fact that renewed buying was taking place, that was most gratifying to the trade. A price list of the sales made on Friday is given In a cablegram from London. The business reported In private messages Included the cargo of the Anglo Tnrti?p 8.300 tons lor April loading at 21/6 quarter lor bulk wheat. Among the parcel sales were 3.000 tons May at 22/8. ISO tons March-April at 22/414. 1.000 tons February at 22 '6. all from Western Australia; 2.500 tons January at 21/B and 1.500 tone March at 22/. both from Victoria. 1.000 tons February from South Australia at 22/, 500 tons February and 4.000 tons March both New South Wales at 22/. Liverpool futures advanced Il,id- to 4/7 cental for March, I?,id. t...
POSTAL ARRANGEMENTS February as. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931
POSTAL ARRANGEMENTS February as. UNITED KINGDOM. EUROPE. CSYLON. EOYPT. INDIA, AND SINaAPOBE.—Per Mongolia (due London March 38). Far eels Feteumn 35. 1 pan.; newspapers and packets (via France). February 25.? pjn^ newspapers (all aea nmU), February 35. 6 pjn.; letten and commercial papers, February 28. 1030 am.; late fee. UniNn: Supplemental;, via Fremantle—Regis tered letters, February 26. 8 pjn.: letten "* and commercial papers, February 37 8 ajn.; late fee. 830 ejn. from railway. Air mall dose* 8 ajn. Saturday at QJ?.O, 4 connects with Mongolia at Fremantle A (due London Harsh 25). later malls to the/fl United Kingdom (via Suez)— Per Oron-t tee. March 6 (due London April 4): pef Moreton May. BUrcb B (due London Apr! ?): per Narkunda, March 13 (due Lonf don April 11): per Oronsar. March 2? ?(due London April IB). * ? EASTERN STATES. CANBERRA. AEtD TASMANIA.—Monday. Wednesday, atad Friday, s pja.; late fee. 930 pjn.: 635 pjn. from railway. Tuesday and Thurs day. 330 pan.; late fee...
SAILED SATURDAY [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931
SAILED SATURDAY Oronsay. R-MJS.. 20.000, E. P. Cameron, for eastern States. Barrsbool. s. 33.05 Z. J. Shcepwash. tor eastern States. , Asetckerk. s.. 8.864, W. Fries, for Mcl- Westralia. hub, 8.108. G. B. Bates, (or Frwcantle. _ Mulcra. nu.. 1.167. W. S. Kemball. tor Spencer Gull ports. _ Karatta. ?.. 558. W. J. Spells, for Kan garoo Island. Kooraka. ms. 300. W. S. Kerrlson, for Edlthburzh IMPORTS—PORT ADELAIDE Oronsay. London—Quantity central cargo. ODTPOBTS PORT PtRIE. February 22.—Arrived— Kereten MUes. from Botterdam. to load. wheat for Crosby. Mann & Co.
OVERSEAS LONDON, February 20. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931
OVERSEAS LONDON, February 20. Arrivals.—At Liverpool. City of Artrlairtr At New Tort. Port Hobart. At Panama, Huntingdon and RangittH. At M.i^.iny, Andromwle. At Los Angeles, Athel Queen. At Suez. Jerrts Bay. Passed Gibraltar, Cape York. Departares^-Prom Alexandria. Temeralre. Pram Blzarta. Balcalrn. From Fort Sudan. Moldavia. From Malta, Baradlns anil Maiw daoa. From Fort Bald. Butesbirc (for Ans tralla). From Trinidad. Jumna. From Barry. Tmirrtnn. Prom Colombo. Oomnna. ?alre Bamel and BalnnsVl. Rom Dun kirk. Oephee. From San Pnaelieo. Parrs koola. aiid Wordtc Vrtxn London. Mabaaau PACIPID PORTS STJVA. February 21.—Slem. Irom San Prmnd?co, lor Sydney.
3L0—371 Metres [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931
3L0—371 Metres B—Famous composers. "Bachmaninoff." BJO—"A Day at Rouen." B.4s—Malvern Tramways Band. B.s3—Master Four Quar tet. 9—Band. 9.lo—Harry Bennett, xylo- phone. 9.ls—Vlclet Jackson, soprano: Tom Downle. tenor. 9.22—Band. 9.32—Harry Bennett. 937—Master Four Quartet 9.45 —Band. 9.ss—News session. 10—Danes Band. IJ—Close down. THIRTY FEET OF FLAME shot from a depth of 917 feet when gas blew in ?* abol^ 1^ ""fif W. &lt;G?>to?Jcal officW. ?— CfcracaUjr impressed with this latest devtfavment,
5 AD—229 Metres [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931
5 AD—229 Metres 10—Time; news; music 11—Homecraft session by "Nanette." and announcement of prizewinners in recipe competition. 113—Morning tea muslcale. 12—Time; close down. 3—-Time; weather forecast; music. 3.ls—Badio aerial. 3.25-Pianoforte recital. 4 —Time; afternoon tea muslcale. 4.ss—Resume of evening programme. s—Tune; close down. 6—Time. Selections by the Dajos Bela Orchestra, "Lilac Time." "The Three Waltz Kings." "Dancing Demoiselle." and "Eidgaffeln," "Polish Life," and "Electric Girl.'' "Morgenblatter" end- "Vienna Bod Bans," "MartenKlinge." "Boses of the South." and "Cuckoo Waltz." 6.ss—Forestry talk, by arrangement. 7 Time; Rob and Bob* the Xunmaken of 5 A.D. in mirth and mfv*f ? 7.35—8anj0 numoers oy GrunshaWs Banjo Quartet, "You and a Canoe," "Darfctown Dandles." and* "Tune Tonic" "Snatches of Song" and "Whistling." 7.so—Mr. A. C. Edqulst. Inspector of Agriculture to the Education Department, will speak on the home project movement. B—Time; a ballad concert by Peter ...
MOVEMENTS OF VESSELS DUE 10-DAY [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931
MOVEMENTS OF VESSELS DUE 10-DAY Golden Bear, from Pacific coast ports, morning. Mo. 2 Quay. Mdlwralth, Mc- Eacham. Ltd. Kooraka. from Edlthburgh. 3 pjn_Ke- Laren Wharf. Coast Steamships. Kaxatta. from Kangaroo *?*f nH w cranlnv. McLaren Wharf. Coast Steamships. TO-MOBBOW Kooraka. from Ardrossan, S pjn, Mc- Laren Wharf. Coast Steamships. SAILING TO-DAY (Circumstances permitting) Mlnr'p*. for Fort Lincoln, at 7 pjn., from Copper Company's Wnarf. Coant Steam snips. TO-MOEEOW Quorna, for Spencer Gulf porta, at noon, from Commercial Wnarf. Adelaide Bteam- Golden Bear, for Pacific coast, via Sydney, afternoon, from No. 2 Quay. BfcTiwralth, McEactaam. Ltd. Maranoa. for Bockbampton. via porta. afternoon, from Queen's Wnarf. llacdonald, Hamilton & Co. Kooraka. for Ardroesan. at 9 a~m, front McLaren Wbarf. Coast Steamships. Kopoola. for Stansbury and Port Vincent, at 5 pan., from McLaren Wharf. Coast Steamships.
60LDEN BEAR WITH OIL VIMINALE TO MISS ADELAIDE [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931
60LDEN BEAR WITH OIL VIMINALE TO MISS ADELAIDE To put off oil and motor spirit from the Pacific coast and to take on general cargo for her return trip, the Golden Bear Is due at No. 2 Quay this morning. She will sail for Sydney and thence to San Francisco to-morrow afternoon. Mdlwralth. Mc- Eacharn. Ltd.. are the agents. Elder. Smith & Co.. Ltd.. advise that the Vlmlnale. from Genoa, will not call at Ade laide, but will go to Fort Plrle to discharge 240 tons of general cargo for that port. She will then sail direct to Melbourne. The small quantity of general cargo for Ade laide will be transhipped. The lonpna. on arrival, with cargo from Holiart. will complete her discharge and then go on the slip lor overhaul. She will sail for Launceston about the middle of the week. The City of Pittsburgh, with 250 tons ef general cargo from New York. Is expected on Wednesday. After discharge - she win load flour and general cargo for Java ports and Singapore. Elder. Smith & Co, U...
POET DIRECTORY [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931
POET DIRECTORY Oull berth—Quoma. Mcl*ren Wharf—Kopoola,?nd. Warrawee. Copper Company's Wn?tt—Mlnnlpm. Semaphore Anchorage—Melbourne. Queen's Wharf—Maranoa. ? ARRIVED SATORDAT Oronsay. R3LS.. 20.000. E. P. Cameron. rrornlondon. M. Q. Anderson & Coy "Slrfnioa. m^.. I.IW. V. T. Lee. from 606. T. GusUfsen. Itm Bpen "kopoola^ZSs'. J. Williamson, from Mus ton.
VESSELS TO ARRIVE [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931
VESSELS TO ARRIVE Fetaruary 25—City of Pittsburgh (7.377). Mew Yocfc. 25-^longolla (16^04). e??tem States 25—Keroola (7^00). Airway and Frenuntle. 26—Vlmlnale (8.657). Genoa;. 26—Unden (4,252). Vancouver. 27—Mundalla (3J51). Bocktaampton. 27-Mat?Jcana (B.04B) London. 27—Katoomba (9.500). eastern States. 28—CaUiay (15.121). London. 28—Hurunul (9243). Liverpool. March 2—Janus (4.824). Calcutta. 3—Ceramic (18,495), Liverpool. 4—Westralla (8.000). PremftnUe. s—Orontes (20.000). eastern States. 6—Balmnald (13,058). London. 6—BSanundA (9.115), eastern States. 7—Orama (20.000). London. 9-Kartigl (2J47). New Zealand. 9—Moreton Boy (14.176). eastern States. 10—Hobson's Bey (14.198). London.
MRS. VICTOR BRUCE HOME [?] in Clothes from All Nations 19.000 MILES FIGHT LONDON. February 21. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931
MRS. VICTOR BRUCE HOME [?] in Clothes from All Nations 19.000 MILES FIGHT LONDON. February 21. Mrs. Victor Brace, the famous racing motorist and aviator, concluded her 19,000 miles flight yesterday, when she arrived at Croydon Aerodrome. „ Mr.. Brace was escorted by planes piloted by Bliss Amy Johnson, Miss TOnttred Spooner and Miss Delphlne BeyaoUs. who is planning a flight to .Out Down. Beftre Mrs. Brace nad climbed out of the cockpit her husband's arms were ?round her neck, and her ten years old son excitedly clamoured for a kiss. Mrs. Brace was wearing two strange rtHwrattcm. one of which is the Mfliuyt Japanese aviation honor She tt the first foreigner to receive it The other was the Order of the Mll tton EJephants and the White Um brella, which was the gift of the Gov ernor of Hanoi. Mrs. Bruce said—"l told them I coolant afford elephants, but that I would have an lrniwrpna*l Wo Dressmakers' Bffls She aald her husband had not had ?> mnwiiiilu'ii biU recently. "I am wearing ...
N.S.W. STATE LOTTERY Scheme Abort to be Launched Sydney. February 30. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931
N.S.W. STATE LOTTERY Scheme Abort to be Launched Sydney. February 30. The Premier air. Lang) has every- thing In readiness to launch a State tottery scheme, the necessary legislation having already been assented to. Mr. Lang promised a deputation from the Council of Churches some month*. ago that he would not take action until an appeal had Keen made to the public for voluntary subscriptions to the hos pitals. Members ot the Cabinet generally are of the opinion that the appeal has failed, and that the starting of the lot tery should not be further delayed.