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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 3 October 1931
"KE-PEG" RUBBED ON EGGS Preserves them perfectly, l-oz. poi does 25 doz. All grocers, or 1/94, to Percy J. A. Lawrence, Cranbrook Chambers, Adelaide. C Bounding Health ■ jT Sal V^"l first, thing in '' j* *^^? * w^^^ff*^*^iira?*'! tn^ morning mcafifl -%ir\ J / . Sf^^f '" '?f& 1 health for the day. ?^N^*l/ / " W^B If *"&lt;«J-'W-i Every day, and at any i-^M I * AT^-S^iitT * *«ne during die day. ft/S A / ' WM^ss>t&\ -dril* &1 for '^ff"X| I ' J^^t^Srt^^y ' 'yonr health's sake. v^f" /^^~?^MBillBftif Sal Vital quenches die y?;J - ~ S^H^P^^KfcL^i thirst, stimulates the j£-&lt;/- j^ v^^hSi c i3-&lt;? sluggish liver, cools tke Don't let a day pass without fi^JW. ill BICKFORDS
CRICKET [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 3 October 1931
CRICKET TAILEM BEND.—It has been decided again to form the Tallem Bend and Dis- &lt;*> trict Cricket Association, combining the following teams:—Tallem Bend. Jervois, Cooke'6 Plains, Coomaadook, and Wood's Point. Mr. B. N. Orlfnths Is association" | secretary. Sir. G. E. Ftoher president, and! Mr. C. C. George auditor. | WOODt-ANDe—At the annual meeting; of the Woodlands CrleKet Club. onToers elected were:—Captain. Mr. T. Matter vice-captain. Sir. W. OJeeson: eecrrtacr.! Mr. P. Pedlar. It was again decided to Join the Stanley B Grade Ampliation. The j club has lost several of Its belt players, since ttie last.cricket season. Woodlands dub will again utilise the grounds on, Mr. Salute's muunty as the borne ground.
BRITISH ELECTION CERTAIN Liberals "Desert" Mr. Lloyd George "GREAT BETRAYAL" LONDON, October 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 3 October 1931
BRITISH ELECTION CERTAIN Liberals "Desert" Mr. Lloyd George "GREAT BETRAYAL" LONDON, October 2. No longer is there any doubt that a dissolution of the British Parliament is imminent. Liberal members of the National Government. ignoring Mr. JJoya Georges advice have decided to remain with' the Gov- ■ ernment. This announcement follows I Lord Rearlins's audienre with the King j yesterday morning. j When told the t?ev7S. Mr. Lloyd ■ George, who is recovering after an operation, said:—"l have heard noth ing abort it: so I am unable to com ment." So far it has not been stated whether the junior Liberal Ministers will Tsimi larly throw over Mr. Lloyd George, but it is expected that there will be no im portant Liberal resignations. "This is the cjeatest betrayal in poli tical hUtorv," was the comment of the radical back-benchers The "Daily Herald's" lobby corre spondent thus interprets the position: ! —"The moment Mr. Lloyd George wa.' i unable to defend himself, his trusted lieutenants so...
GOLF [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 3 October 1931
GOLF GOOLWA-In the stroke competition. played on the Goolwa links, the best Scares were:-R. Metcalf. 71: R. H. Harris. 75; R. H. Sweetman. 80; E. H. Dodd. 87; J ?«?w m SO: T Sladdln. 90: J. T. Byrnes 80; J. Beed, 91; Jack Byrnes. 92; and C. B. Shepherd. M. v Associates, A Grade—Misses O. Bead. 101; J. ArmfleU. 105; E. Holme. 106; wad M. Armneld, 109. B Grade—Mesdsmes W. Armfleld, US; C. B. Shepherd, 113; and Missas G. Hea- Mm. 118: and B. .Tt«Tilrln>. 124.
ROWING [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 3 October 1931
ROWING BERRI-The Bern Rowing Club's sea- &lt;*> son was declared open by the president (Mr. A. P. Wishart). The Junior premier ship pennant was presented on behalf of aSsjLBX by Mr: O. B. B. KUWrth an* accepted by Mr. Wlsbart. Members at the Benmatk club P«rttcl ppted In a programme ex scrateb lour evenis. which resulted:— _ w _„ _„. Heats—Young's crew d. Wteharfs oew: Ua.trboD.-a crew «L Lord's &lt;="iwiW. Bosun's crew d. Lum'6 crew; Morltfs crew a. Trenwith's crew. In the seml-ftoals Young's crew d. Lawton'e. and Hos- Hift d. Morltz*s. Toung*s crew won tbe final, tne crev comprising S. Young (bow). H. Glbbs (2). H. Plnyon (3). A. Stonehem &lt;str.). A- trophy given by Mr. W. F. Slor tor competition tetween dub members wasj pcesented to the winner. T. Seekamp. Mr. V. E. Cock offered a trophy to be com peted for on similar lines tnls season.
WORK OF T.B. SOLDIERS Furniture in Australian Red Gum [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 3 October 1931
WORK OF T.B. SOLDIERS Furniture in Australian Red Gum Furniture made from red gum cut 80 yean ago near the Angorichina Hostel, was Inspected by Lady Hore-Ruthven at the T.B. Soldiers' Aid Society rooms Epworth Building, yesterday. Lady Hore-Buthven has taken a teen interest in the work of the society, and when in Fngiand recently she secured samples «>f articles SUSS by the St. Dunstaa's War Blinded Soldiers. She has lent these pieces to the society for South Australian T.B. soldiers to copy. The articles include bridge and other chairs, boofaacks, tabled and so on. Many of them are made by the sol diers at Angorichina, and sent to Ade laide in the flat. Expert artisans in struct T3. soldiers, who have recovered, to assembling, polishing and generally flnfchlng them off. Another expert in structs women hpipoty in upholster ing chairs, &c. The finished pieces in rich grained red gum would be a credit to any furniture shop. Lady Hore-Buthven said she was delighted witb the ...
Conference to Discuss Intra-Pacific Trade Canberra, October 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 3 October 1931
Conference to Discuss Intra-Pacific Trade Canberra, October 2. Tentative proposals have been made by the Ban Francisco Chamber of Commerce for a conference of all countries bordering on the Pacific, to be held in .America next year, with tlie object of developing Jntra-Paci?e trade. This was stated in the House of Representatives today, by tne Minister for Market* (Mr. Parker Mdkmey). He added, however, that no official intima tion bad i>een received by the Com monwealth. Be understood that the Vancouver Board of Trade had sug gested that £bg conference be **f?T&lt;l in Vancouver.
Judge's Finding in Fairfax Estate Case Sydney, October 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 3 October 1931
Judge's Finding in Fairfax Estate Case Sydney, October 2. Mr. Justice Halse Rogers today de- &lt;*> livered reserved judgment in the ap- &lt;*> peal by the executors of the will of the late Geoffrey. Evan Fairfax, from an assessment by the Commissioner of Stamp Duties, on death duty payable on the estate. He bad been asked to decide the value of 16,117 shares in John Fairfax and Sons, Ltd, in the estate of the late Mr. Fairfax, on the date of his death, April 28. 1930. The Commissioner fixed the value at £30 each, and the executors contended that the value was not more than £25 each. Mr. Justice Halse Rogers said he believed that the value of the 6hares on April 28, 1930, would have been £28 each. He would report accordingly to the Full Court, which had submitted J the question to him.
Waye May Leave With Dayman [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 3 October 1931
Waye May Leave With Dayman Although he declines to discuss the matter. I. T. Wave, the port Adelaide inter-State rover, may accompany his team-mate. L. C. Dayman, to Foots- Cray next season. Word has been received in Adelaide that the Victorian club hopes to ob tain positions for both. When definite arrangements have been made for the employment of both players they will be sent for. and there is every reason to believe that Dayman and Wave will leave in time to qualify for Footecray next year. If this occurs, the State team and Port Adelaide will have lost two of its best rovers in two years. T; J. Quinn, it will be recalled. j>layed as first rover in the carnival last year, and was en-1 Eased by Geelone this" season. I
FEDERAL "HORATIUS" Mr. Parkill Holds the Tariff Bridge Canberra, October 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 3 October 1931
FEDERAL "HORATIUS" Mr. Parkill Holds the Tariff Bridge Canberra, October 2. Mr. Archdale Parkhill (U.A.P. N.S.W.) refused to acknowledged him-&lt;*> self beaten when the tariff debate was resumed in the House of Representa- tives today, and insisted on carrying on an almost single-banded contest! against item after item of increased duties. Both the deputy leader of the United Party (Mr. Tat.ham) and the Country Party leader (Dr. Page) had announced &lt; that it was futile to attempt to obtain a proper discussion in the Representa tives, so their parties had resolved to transfer the contest to the Senate. Mr. Parkhil] dissociated himself from this policy. He insisted upon doing what he conceived to be his duty in opposing glaring anomalies. Mr. Coleman (Lab.. NJS.W.)—Are yor taking the toga of Horatius? The House, in Committee, continued merrily agreeing to tariff duties—s per cent on British cutlery and 30 per cent, foreign; 45 per cent, on British eyelets and ho...
C.O.R. ATTACKED IN TARIFF DEBATE Duly on Petrol in Containers Reduced GOVERNMENT DEFEAT Canberra, October 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 3 October 1931
C.O.R. ATTACKED IN TARIFF DEBATE Duly on Petrol in Containers Reduced GOVERNMENT DE FEAT Canberra, October 2. The discussion of a detailed item of the tariff— 8½d a gallon duty on petrol in containers of less than forty gallons—became, in the House of Representatives today, a first-class debate upon the petrol policy of the Government, and an at tack upon COS.. and other large oil companies. On an amendment by Mr. Eldridge (Lang group, NJS.W.) to reduce the duty to 7d. a gallon, the Government was defeated in Committee by 26 votes to 22. In addition to Mr. Eldridge, Messrs. Ward (Lang group) and Paul Janes (Lab, Vie.) crossed the floor and voted with the Opposition. This was the second time the Gov ernment has suffered a reverse on the tariff. The previous occasion was on the liquor duties in the early stages of the tariff debate last session. Government Investigating In the heat of the debate, and stung by taunts from Messrs. Hughes and Gullett that the Commonwealth Oil Refineries ...
WORLD DEPRESSION Effect of Monetary Policy IS END IN SIGHT? Professor D. B. Copland [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 3 October 1931
WORLD DEPRESSION Effect of Monetary Policy IS END IN SIGHT? Professor D. B. Copland The Macmillan Committee rightly; placed great emphasis upon the evils of a fluctuating price level. In a world afflicted by a serious drop in inter- | national prices the evils are only too; keenly appreciated. Ye; it would be a mistake to suppose that the elimina tion of fluctuations in the international I price level is a simple task, or that! the Macmillnn Committee thought it so. Recent events may have really made the problem more difficult. Thus, in referring to the need for a better working of the monetary sys tem, liie Committee remarked—"There j can be little or no hope of progress at aa early date for the monetary [ system of the world as a whole, except las the result of a process of evolution I starting from the historic gold stan dard." Stability of prices has never been | realised under any monetary standard the world has known, and it is yet to be proved that stability of prices is with...
JUNIOR LEGACY CLUB Boys Inspect Naval Depot [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 3 October 1931
JUNIOR LEGACY CLUB Boys Inspect Naval Depot About 100 members of the Junior Legacy Club visited the Birkenhead Naval Drill Hall last night to see me reserves drilling, and to inspect the depot appliances. The boys were in charge of Mr Harvey (president of the Junior Legacy Club) who was assisted by Hz. Muirfaead, Colonel Brice and i Captain Showers. On arrival they were welcomed by Commander and Mrs. A. J. Loudoun-Shand. the Mayor of Port Adelaide (Mr. A. J. W. Lewis), Alderman J. Clouston (chairman of the S.A. branch of the Royal Austra lian Naval Trainees1 Social Leag^i?), and lieutenant and Mrs. H. P. Jarrett. After the drilling had finished, a pic ture show, organised by the Naval [Trainees' Social League was given, after which a concert was held.
Y.M.C.A. CARNIVAL Spirit, Mind, and Body Contests [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 3 October 1931
Y.M.C.A. CARNIVAL Spirit, Mind, and Body Contests The twelfth annual carnival of the Adelaide Y-M.C.A. will begin tomorrow with a members' service, at which the general secretary (Mr. J. T. Massey). will deliver an address. After tea the annual church parade will be held at the Flinders-street Baptist Church. For the next three weeks nearly 200 members—boys and seniors—will be competing for tbe supremacy of their clubs, as well as for the individual all- j round championships in A, B, and C grades. The object is "to encourage; symmetrical Christian development of: members." ; On Monday evening gymnastic j championships will begin, andonvari-1 ous evenings afterwards elocution, im-i promptu speeches, debates, essays, ori ginal stories, Bible recitals, ser-i monettes, vocal and instrumental '■ music, wrestling, painting, commercial; art, photography, bilUardE, chess, i draughts, table tennis, quoits, team! songs, and yells, quartets, and other; items cover the religious, social, men t...