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CALLS AND DIVIDENDS [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931

CALLS AND DIVIDENDS Dividend* recommended oy director! or Anally approved oy shareholder* follow C denotes dates on which transtm books close. P. dates on which payable Adelaide Electric half-yearly on 6. 4?4. and 8 per cent, prel. P March 1. Adelaide Flnanace. ord.. at rate 8 per rent., nref. at ratet 10 per cent. P. Peb. 25 Adelaide Steamship, at rate 4 Der cent. C. Feb. 24 P. March 10. A O Healing, pref- at rat* 8 oet cent- P. Feb. 28. Amalgamated Zinc, at rate 8 per cent. C. March 7. P. April 10. Australian Trust & Trading, at rate 8 per cent. C March 31. P. April 7. Bcrlel. Ltd, ord.. 5 per cent. pref. 4 per cent. P. M*rch 2. Carlt-in Brewery, at rate 10 per cent. P. March 7. Elder. Smith at rate B oe> cent. P. March 2. Electric Light and Power, pref. at rate 7 jfe cent.. C. March 16. P. March 31. F T wimble prex. at rate b per cent.. P Peb 26 Greater Wondergrapb. pref. at rate 7 per cent, C. Feb. 21. P. March 2. Guinea Airways. 2/. P. Feb. 27. Huddert. Parker, ord, ...

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BARRIERS AGAIN FIRMER Advance in Guinea Gold [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931

BARRIERS AGAIN FIRMER Advance in Guinea Gold Metal quotations received from London on Saturday were again firmer, and Bar- riers made response on the Stock Exchange of Adelaide. However, trading was limi- ted to Broken Hill South and North Broken Hill. Gold Issues had light notice in a lew Instances. Guinea Gold spurted to 32/6. Quotations for Commonwealth Loans were not materially altered, and trans fers were limited to the S\' t per cent. (19i3) at an advance of 5/. Other Investments were slow, but some lines showed a ten dency to harden. The following table shows how Saturdays closing cash sales compared with preceding ones:— Rises Commonwealth S'\ per cent.. 1533 .. 5/ SJI. Gas < 3d. Broken Hill South 1/6 North Broken mi .. .. .. .. .. .. Sd. Guinea Gold .. .. 1,6 Lr.fre View and Star .. id. North Kalgurll Id. Bougainville 1/ Fall Arrow Syndicate 20/ Quotations for Commonwealth Loans were practically on a par with those which ruled at the close on the previous d&a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931

? ?\ Let Your Child Learn the Piano Now! ,; Nothing will bring so much enjoyment or be so helpfnl in moulding their character thronghoot t *? life a? music. Poise, magnetism, charm, cnltnre q. > —qualities that build winning* personalities— / ; are acqnlred with a knowledge of piano playing. f Savery's Can Help You Choose Wisely i£ ; Pianos of merit, good touch and tone, life long r:t Satisfaction, are offered at FINE VALUES i : I RONISCH 1 I BEALE I ? Ps fcs^" dJH^' "££** wa' Wihrt, SHky Oak Case. Ntw, t nrt Cm, EMS. Offered for One only, £130 for £110 cub. f, \ f I DO T6rm* * 10/" **?" " nMded' |: ?+?Jz:l?£cn?* STEINWERT DONI^PH Welt-known New Piano, Four -i">-. -£vz£, ;L£. V onl* £l 3? *"? £"?> ?? ?"/- : OM Wofcl. CW for £45 cash. wmll I Iweissbrodl Ipaol newmanl I, FRANCKE M ; HD r: .' Fanon German Large Figured WlUflK WMwt, CIBS old Hit for £I 3?. New Gwman, £130, offered £95. R , Ocbelklcichlcitcr IfcA/f Piairarc £'?* Now. On. only. £130 for CMS. UMU *iay?l3 Kb"-* ELG...

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(URAIDLA'S 48th SHOW KEEN COMPETITION IN ALL GLASSES SOME WONDERFUL DISPLAYS [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931

(URAIDLA'S 48th SHOW KEEN COMPETITION IN ALL GLASSES SOME WONDERFUL DISPLAYS In a broad valley, just below the summit of Mount lofty, land once covered with scrub has been con- verted Into prolific vegetable gar- dens, and to-day the Piccadilly val ley is one of the richest sources of j supply for tlfe Adelaide market. The fruits of in dustrious toil were seen In all their glory at tbe 48th gTiniini exhibi tion of the Uraidla* and Sum— mertown Horti-1 cultural and Florlcultural So ciety on the dis trict Showground on Saturday. On long1 lines of tables were tbe finest vegetables, fruits, and flowers one could hope to see. and bun- dreds of visitors were impressed by the fine spirit or competition shown by tins work-loving community. It was this spirit which led the Minister af Agri culture <Mr. Whltford)—introduced by the president (Dr. A. D. Reid)—to say. in opening the show, that, if the people of South Australia stood up to their obligations as the people of this com mu...

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TWO YOUTHS INJURED Collision at Richmond [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931

TWO YOUTHS INJURED Collision at Richmond When the motor cycle which they were riding collided with a motor car in Richmond-road. Richmond, yesterday morning. Leonard Ross (19). apprentice. of Albert-s'.reet. Edwardsiown. anri Waiter TayJor (15). of Fnrnham-ro3d Asliford. were ttaown heavily to the ground. Tho boys v.rvr ?al;rn to the Adelaide HofritHl. w.ttp R155 was admitted, sul ferniff lroni concussion and scalp in juries Aft?r he had been treated for i.bia.-i'-i'-.-. ??:'?<; cuU to the fiice. Taylor v.as allowed 10 go home.

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WEDDING MUDGE—KELSI [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931

WEDDING MUDGE—KELSH The marriage was celebrated at St. Augus-   tine's Church, Streaky Bay, of Murray S.,   son of Mrs. and the late Mr. Thomas Mudge of Streaky Bay, to Emily, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Kelsh. of Streaky Bay. The Rev. C. Campbell Crowley officiated and Miss Flora Cheyne presided at the organ. The church was very prettily decorated by Mesdames D. J. Campbell and A. E. Jackson. The bride, who was given away by her father, was frocked in white georgette long tight-fitting bodice, long tight sleeves finished at wrist with flare and a full flared skirt, dipping at the back. A georgette and silver lace train fell from the shoulders. An embroidered tulle veil was worn, finished with a coronet of orange blossom. The ?. ?llette was finished with   a boquet of white roses and maidenhair fern. As the bride left the church a silver horseshoe was hung on her arm by her sister, Mrs. Doreen Kelsh. The bride's train-bearers were Mar...

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POINTS FROM LETTERS [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931

POINTS FROM LETTERS Telephone Charges From E. P. Ramsay, Deputy Direc- tor, Posts and Telegraphs:—In connec- tion with the letter in "The Advertiser"' lof February 18. signed "J. Birch Pas- I coe," relative to telephone charges, I desire to state that Mr. Pascoe called a; this office and ?was correctly in formed by the counter officer that the department would insfol * an extension befi, provided he was agreeable to pay the cost of labor and material for con necting the bell to the telephone, and that a rental charge of 2/6 per annum would be made ii a ben with gongs 21 in. in diameter -Ktxe supplied, or 5/ per annum if a bell with 4-in. gongs were supplied. Mr. Paecoe has apparently misunderstood the terms quoted to him. as he certainly was not told that he would be required to pay the cost of the bell. Tne policy of the depart ment, as outlined above, cannot be re graded as "ehort^ig'ited and against the public Interest," tut, on the other hand, is quite commercial and has due reg...

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COMING-OF-AGE PARTIES [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931

COMING-OF-AGE PARTIES On February 17 Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Howell entertained 3 number of friends at their [?] Buckingham street. Gilberton to celebrate the coming of a?e 01 ;he:: <Hw d:\uiiiter Gv.cucth. Tiio evenini; w;i> .?-pe:i: iti \'n? gardeu. I' onjn'.vd. The decora vinr.s on tiie supp.?r :.\')':r wrrr i\irr;e.i ry.i: 11: :i->;)',c ?rreen nvA nrinir(*~r. Miss Civ?iir;h ?iiH>lc i;10^11- riv;)oiidcd lv i.he ;i>i£; proposed by Messrs. Tucker and Hau ser. Items were rendered by Misses A. Bristowe, R. Byerley, D. Morphett, G. Henderson, and E. Barry. The guests Included Mr. and Mrs. Eau oer, Mr. and Mrs. HoweU. Mr. and Mrs. W. Tucker. Mr. and Mrs. Craxmaford. Mr. and Mrs. Adams, Mr. and Mis. Busbridge, Mes dames Curren, Byerley. Brlggs, McQueen. Pettman. Bercock. Misses W. Howell. J. Howe!!. D. Howell. B. Byerley. P. Byerley. M. Bogws. B. Wade. a. Henderson. N Bgan. M. Hendei?on. E. Green. E. Barry M. Hurst, D. Morphett. J. Rogers. A. Brls tytce, V. Porter. Mes...

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CALCUTTA JUTE MARKET [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931

CALCUTTA JUTE MARKET Hoare Miller & Co. Limited, in their Calcutta Jute market report of January 24. said:—Prices for raw Jute have remained steady owing to smaller Imports from the up-country markets. Jute Maxrjtacturcs. —The ??m?imii?n; markets have taken rather more Interest, and a fair business has been done. The Interest has been chiefly for near deliveries, as buyers abroad generally are not meneied to pay the premiums estetmg for forward positions. On the' other hand, the majority of mills will not consider business for the forward deliveries, even at the quoted premium. The reason for this Is that the present working agree ment uiion? members of the Mills' Asso ciation provides for another discussion to take place on February 16. and the popu lar Idre, at the moment Is that the new agreement will be on the basis of working alternative weeks only during April to June, and three weeks per month, July to December. The tone of the market at the time of writing Is very fi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931

S C. WARD & CO.. STOCK. SHARE. AND INVESTMENT BROKERS, 30, GrenfeD-streeL Adelaide. jraczno Shipping Notes and Notices || ORIENT LINE -V^A^u-u. * .?. HOVAL MAIL STEAMERS TO LONDON Via COLOMBO. SUFZ. POET SAID. NAPLES. TOUI.OS GIBRALTAR. and PLYMOrrH. S"*m"- T0... Con.m^r. *iU_ ?OROSTES 20.000 FR. O'Sullmae Mar. E "ORONSAY UO.OUO E. P Cameron Mar. 19 -ORAMA iO.UUO U G S-.aunura A,,1. 2 ?ORFORI) ;?.000 A. L. Owoiw Apl. 18 -,7-,.-, , „„. _ . ,—: 5-:.—— ?CslUng ?t HoJv.it en touw to MrlboLrne. All paesiiw aoMj paid in AattralU is tubjert to the addition of "cxoliance on London. U. G ASDEESON t CO, Ajcctfc g. Kins Williaao-ftreeU T.lephon* O 6300. - ; A A /^ ? **? X'# Aberdeen and Commonwealth line ONE CLASS P?Kn E er Service (OalL C.. s o only), f^jEdon vU Colombo. Port Slid. Uilu. ?nd Sonthamptoa. — , MOREION BAY II.IIS toM |Mar. S HOn?OX'S n*Y 1*.198 ton. ApL 8 ?ESPERANCR BAT... 14.178 ton. May IS JERVIS BAY 14.161 tons I June 1 ?Al? olline Aden. Alcier.. and CibralUr FARES TO...

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Cut among the People [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931

Cut among the People A GROUP of sporting men were the listening-in to the broadcast of the Futurity Slakes, and when Jim Pike, in masterly style. landed Phar Lap with his weltrr weight a winner, a ringing cheer broke out 6ponta neously for the freak horse. Jock Richardson remarked—"We've got three freaks at the present time—Bradman Undrum. and Phar Lap." And a. loyal friend added—"And one Rood King George who takes a great interest in them." He was referring to the In tc-restinE cablegram in "The Advertfeer on Saturday, telling how Walter Lind rum had been invited to give a demonstration of billiards before the King and Queen, and how intensely in terested their Majesties were in the amazing skill exhibited by our very own wizard of the cue. Sport and Famous People T£ING George takes a keen interest fraSi the C-^ pan^ bV^Lbonder! ful shooting. The late. Simon Mathe flays, told me that he never saw any one shoot ducks so quickly knd ac curately as the present King, h? said W Klnt?re ...

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INTERNATIONAL TRADE [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931

INTERNATIONAL TRADE This time last year, the League of Nations took the "first hesitating step" on the road which leads to "closer co-operation, improvement of the regime of production and trade, and enlargement of markets," and to better relations between European and overseas countries, "so as to consoli date economic peace between nations." Under its auspices, a preliminary "conference for Concerted Economic Action" was held, and, as a result, an atmosphere was created favorable to negotiations for the removal of ob stacles to trade, by lowering tariffs and by other methods. The great truth was proclaimed, that no nation can be self supporting: even the United States, with ite Illimitable resources, dense population, and accumulated wealth, is famishing for distant markets, and for want of them millions are on the dole. This matter of finding new and wider markets for its produce is a serious one for every country in the world; and it explains alike the at tempt to make British g...

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COUNTRY SECTION REPORTS FROM RURAL CENTRES BALAKLAVA [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931

COUNTRY SECTION REPORTS FROM RURAL CENTRES BALAKLAVA A dance In aid of the local cricket club was held In the Institute. About £B was received. Mr. Reg Mugge, of Blyth. sup- plied the music—The newly formed Bala- klava District Rifle Club HeM a meeting In Mr. A. Bleslofs mart, and the following officers were elected:—Captain. Mr. C. W. Hill; rice-captain. Mr. C. Theakstone: sec retary, Mr. H. Henstrldge; treasurer. Mr. D. McArthur: committee. Messrs. O. August, O. ft*i"??. 2. T. Noble, and C. Theak stone. The club has received a grant of £65. and working bees have been arranged, and the range near Whltwarta Is neartng completion. About 80 members will be enrolled, BUNMAN The work of renovatlsg the Foresters' Hall Has been completed.—Visitors to the Angorichma Hostel daring the past week were the Lord Mayor (Mr. C. R. J. Glover). Dr. Bennett, and others.—The hostel gar dens are In a nourishing qtate. so also is the Joanna Poultry Farm, which reflects credit on Its superintendent (Mr....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931

WEATHER FORECAST Fine* wW& rising tempenr* tares. Winds chiefly east to swrth. TONIC D?!:";-ils dra;;<-:n. of hf,- ajid eiirrpy in tumljicr of wa'er. w:th Ycist-m Tso lets. All chemists. s LfITE ADVERTISEMEWTS Honsrs and Land for Sale ACEES. ?. How*. lfiH4?m. *?": ??"S posit. T/? n?Uj7?o lot*"*- H<*?"P?. ? ' Am* Baip- nnil! drixttiu Abattoirs. 8 Any <Ule. Houses and Land Wanted. BUILDING Block ??BSed. 65-CO li_ toothers dii.riot- or Hodrrn 3-rownrd 41urg*l3v. T:,.lnr. T..T ?jl.—'^tart," ?"? ?** „ MOIIERX four-roomed lIonH, good taunts— ?Tnunw." tba o?c*. WA\TQ> B'nU m?w. ??*eni subttrb. re!i a"ble ttniai. IS^ to SO/.—ThoM F. SB9S. Houses and Uid to Let A— TO Lrt. Scburban Bnlnm ?? coins ?^a cmi. fair ?ocfc. up to-<Jjl<- jilant. mtoi ?'??o;i 'junrilnw <jircliimt. in?Jing ?SS. —Frist Jciintttj, JOS. Kii.E WlUlan-fU MrLE-End —I OI??o Bmm. conwalca=?"l. 12/0. —61. Betcb-rd.. Slllf-En?. Houses and Land to let BU...

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ANOTHER BRITISH PARTY Significant Movements LONDON. February 22. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931

ANOTHER BRITISH PARTY Significant Movements LONDON. February 22. Week-end gossipers say that Mr. Snowden will have no difficulty in meet- ing the Budget deficit without impos- ing additional taxation, "either upon industry or the poor.** Mr. Winston Churchill is expected to make a statement concerning his own political future at a meeting of Con servatives in his constituency this week. Lord Joicev, a prominent North Country man and a lifelong Liberal, has announced his secession from thatparty on account of Its support of the Labor Government. Mr. Neville Chamberlain admits that he has made changes in the staff of the Conservative organisation. His opponents attribute this to the failure of the Conservative party to make the headway desired by party leaders. The "Observer" states that Sir Os wald Mosley's resignation from the offi cial Labor Party is imminent, and that he Intends to lead a new movement to cut across all parties. Bevenoe-prodncbur Tariff The "Sunday Times" mentions ...

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WOOL VALUES Demand Very Keen All Centres Report Good Sales [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931

WOOL VALUES Demand Very Keen All Centres Report Good Sales The brightest spot In the outlook for primary production appears to be the demand exhibited during the past fort- night for wool, and although values are even now lower than the cost of produc tion, it is heartening to growers 10 know that the sales have revealed in creased strength, particularly in regard to crossbreds and wools of shabby character. The upward trend of values Is the more pleasing because, with the buying for exchange purposes greatly restricted owing to the lower parity of the Don don sales as compared with Australia, c really genuine demand from manufac turers is exhibited. Shabby Wools Sell Better The most pleasing feature of recent sales has perhaps been the strong forward movement in locks and pieces and low grade lambs' wool, which por tions of the clip were practically un salable prior to the new year, and the catalogues for the Adelaide sales of November. December, and January in cluded very little o...

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GLENELG THEATRES [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931

GLENELG THEATRES There was a complete change of pro- gramme at the Strand Theatre. Glen- elg, on Saturday, the principal attrac- tion being the screen version of Jack London's famous story "The Sea Wolf." The stellar role is interpreted by Mil ton Sills, who first came into promi nence by reason ef the success that at tended his performance in "'Toe Sea Hawk." He has done equally well in "The Sea WoU," which teas of the doings on a schooner engaged for a sealing cruise, and on which many ex citing incidents occur. Jane Keith and Raymond Hacke:t have the fea tured roles witn Sills, and several other well known artists are cast in support ing parts. *T""Kinff comedies and car toons toge'her with the latest Movie tone News, combine to provide excellent entertainment. The morning session, specially arranged for children, was largely attended. The third chapter of the attractive serial. "Tarzan the Mighty." and subjects suitable for youngsters, were much appreciated. Next Wednesday Bebe ...

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COOLING PLANT INSTALLED AT REGENT [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931

COOLING PLANT INSTALLED AT REGENT With the object of regulating the temperature inside the Regent Theatre so that it -will never reach a degree which will interfere with the comfort of patrons, the management has in stalled, at a cost of £15,000, an up to-date air-cooling and conditioning plant. The attractions of such a scheme are obvious. The success of similar plants in other States proves that no matter how crowded the theatre may be it will remain, on the hottest day or night, a place where the over-heated may. literally cool-off. From an hygienic point of view the process by which all dust and matter is removed from the Bir circulating in the theatre must be highly commended. The plant operated for the first time ?n Saturday.

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DINNER TO SURVIVORS OF THE OPHIR LONDON. February 21. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931

DINNER TO SURVIVORS OF THE OPHIR LONDON. February 21. Lord Wester Wemyss will preside at the reunion dinner on March 24 to the officers and men who manned the Ophir for the round-the-world tour of the King and Queen when they visited Aus tralia to open the Commonwealth Par liament in 1901. The crew numbered more than. 300, many of whom were killed in the war. So far 90 replies have been received from survivors, and they include seven admirals.

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OZONE THEATRES [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931

OZONE THEATRES The Ozone Theatres are providing some strong attractions for their pat- rons this week. "No! No' Nanette" the delightful musical comedy, screened partly in technicolor, and starring Ber nice Claire, will be seen at the Ozone Theatre, Enfield, to-night and to-mor row night. Patrons of the Ozon? Theatre. Marryatville. will bs afforded an opportunity of becoming acquainted with the animal life of the Dark Conti nent through the medium of "Africa Speaks.-" and seaside audiences a* the Semaphore Theatre will be entertained by that popular Frenchman, Maurice Chevalier, in 'The Big Pond "

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