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Anglican Synod Protests Against Tax on Bibles Melbourne, October 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 3 October 1931

. Anglican Synod Protests Against Tax on Bibles Melbourne, October 2. The J-ngHfg.n synod today agreed to a motion strongly protesting against the taxation of religions and educa tional books, and especially against taxation on Bibles. One speaker said that no other nation, however barbaric, bad ever taxed Bibles for profit, or had ever taxed Uwrnlng

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
FARMERS' UNION REPORT BUTTER MARKET FIRM CHEESE ADVANCED EGGS PLENTIFUL. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 3 October 1931

FARMERS' UMON REPORT BUTTER MARKET FIRM CHEESE ADVANCED BGGS FXJ3NTTFUI* Hie S-A. Farmers' Co-Op. Union, Ui. ( dairy produce dept.), report under date October 2 as follows:— Butter— The latest cabled Information from London states that the market Is quiet, and that buyers have fined their requirements for the pre sent. It Is also stated that the political situation Is still obscure and affecting all markets. It Is the Intention of the Gov ernment to Introduce o BUI preventing profiteering, and In the meantime It is not thought that butter prices will go very much higher. Australian choicest Is quoted at 117/ cwt. Production throughout Aus tralia Is still being well maintained, and Is Increasing in all centres. South Aus tralian conditions are very favorable to dairying;, and the peak of the season has not yet been reached. Meantime there Is a substantial surplus available for overseas shipment, and the surplus is being shipped promptly every week. Farmers' Union butter is seUln? wel...

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Sydney Quotations Sydney, October 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 3 October 1931

Sydney Quotations Sydney. October 2. Honey, board prices, wholesale only, three-hive. 4d.; two-hive. 3%d.; one-hive. 3'xd.; unblended. 4Hd. per Ib.: retail busi ness by beekeepers Is to be done at =-;d. per lb. above these rates. Eggs, board prices, new-laid, hen. 1/: medium, 3d.: pullet. 8d.: case. 10d.: duck, first grade, I Id..- second grade. 9d.; other prices, northern rivers. South coast, and railway consignments. 9d. per dozen. Straw. Tas ^npnfWTi derrick-pressed, nominally to £4 10'; Victorian. £4. Victorian oaten hay, £6 per ton. Elver maize, to 3/2. Tas m.TiijTf oats, nominal quotations. Algerian, 2/8: -white. 2/6 to 2/3 per bushel. Peas. Tasmanlan. ex. store, blue, 5/6: grey. 8/ per bushel. Potatoes. TaEmanlan Brow ning to £11: Arran Chiefs and TJpto dates. £9; Snownakes. £8 10/; Victorian varieties. £7 to £7 10/. Onions, Victorian, £5. Tasmanlan Swedes, to £4. Carrots. £18. Queensland pumpkins. £6 to £6 10/ per ton. Wheat, quieter: buUc par cels. 2/6. Sydney basts; grower...

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
THE RUNDLE-STREET PRODUCE MARKET [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 3 October 1931

THE BUNDLE-STREET PRODUCE MABKET A. A. Brice & Co.. Limited, report on October 2: — Butter. — The market price of butter remains unaltered today. The X-on- don market Is quoted as. steady at the moment, but it is difficult to forecast the future movements of tbs market. F.Q.B. buyers on London account are not operating quite as extensively as formerly. Production continues to be satisfactory. and record shipments are going forward each week. The cool weather Is helping quality, and mast consignments are arriv ing In good condition. Choicest quality bulk butter. l/3-4 lb.; second grade bulk butter, 1/11,4 lb. (subject to stabilisation levy); dairy butter (according to quality), 9d_ to 10-&d. lb. Eggs.— The position is unchanged. Supplies are showing an In crease, and larger quantities are being ab sorbed by export to London. The inter state- markets are weaker, but no altera tion was mace In local values. Hen eggs (at the fist rate average), 5d. doyen; duck eggs (at t...

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
ADELAIDE DAIRY PRODUCE MARKET [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 3 October 1931

ADELAIDE DAISY PRODUCE MARKET A. W. Sandford & Co_ T.imltM. reported on October 2:— Butter.— Supplies of cream and butter again showed an increase to day, but In some districts rain Is required to freshen the feed growth. It 1s getting row nearly to the peak period In produc tion, and it is pleasing to record that the demand for butter overseas continues un abated, and regular shipments are going forward each week to London. There was no alteration in prices today. Choicest creamery fresh butter. In bulk. 1/314: mints and delivery extra: second and third grades. I/I It- (These prices are subleet to the stabilisation levies.) Wen-conditioned store and collectors'. lO«4d. to 11 '.id. lb. Et^r? — Supplies frcjn country districts again showed an Increase, and with the incoming of milder weather, no doubt heavy con signments wCl be received. Meanwhile ex porting overseas continues, and all lots are being readily cleared. No alteration in rates. Ordinary country eggs, fresh hen an...

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Fat Stock Supplies [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 3 October 1931

Fat Stock Supplies The railway bookings show that 86 cattle vans and 252 sheep trucks have been ordered for next week's fat stock sales at the Abattoirs. These figures indicate that the supply of beef will be ample for trade requirements, and al though the yarding of lambs will not be as heavy as that of last Wednes day, export buyers and the usual trade operators will- no doubt have excellent quality presented to them.

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 3 October 1931

DAIRY m FARMERS S Remarkable Results Follow Concentrate Feeding The Seasonal reduction in butterfat production in South Australia from March to July each year is nearly 50% To demonstrate that this disastrous decline can definitely be checked or reduced Meggitt Limited conducted a MEGGITT'S LINSEED MEAL MILK PRODUCTION COMPETITION Competitors were required to feed a small but* sufficient quantity ot MEGGI1TS MEAL with the daily ration to their herds during the period of the Competition - 15th March to 31st July, 1931. 86 herds completed the Test and the range of dairying country covered extended from . Gladstone in the North, to Mt. Gambter in the South East. The Rcstrits of the Competition were Remarkable and demonstrated in a most convincing manner to Dairymen that FEEDING MEGGITT'S PAYS! The whole of the 22 prize winning herds ttctaally increased their production of batter fat daring the leanest period of the yew as compared With the flash season, 1930* INCREASES RANGED FROM 2%°L...

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
FRUIT, VEGETABLES, AND GENERAL PRODUCE MARKET EAST-END MARKET [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 3 October 1931

FRUIT, VEGETABLES. AND GENERAL PRODUCE MABKET EAST-END MARKET The following are the wholesale quota tions of produce at yesterday's market: — Artichokes. 2/ doz. lb.; asparagus, lOd. bundle; beans, broad, 6/ bushel; beetroot, 1/6 doz.; Brussels sprouts, 4/ doz. Ib.; cab bages, 5/ doz.: red. 4/ doz.; Savoy. 5/ doz.; carrots, 2/6 doz. bunches; cauliflowers. 6/ to 7/ doz.; celery, 4/ to 5/ doz. heads; chillies, Sd. lb.; cucumbers. 3/ to 6/ doz.; horseradish. 1/ Ib.; garlic. 7d. lb.: leeks, 2/ doz.: lettuces, 1/ to 1/6 doz.; marjoram, Sd. doz. bunches; mint, 6a. ttoz. bunches; onions, 7/ cwt.: green. 8d. doz. bunches; pickling. 10/ cwt.; parsley. 8d. doz. bunches, parsnips, 2/ doz. bunches; peas, 8/ to 9/ bushel; potatoes, 8/ cwt.: new, 20/ cwt.: pumpkins, 4/ doz.: radishes. . Bd. doz. bunches: rhubarb, 1/ doz. lb.: Cherry, 1/ doz. lb.; sage, 8d. doz. bunches: shallots. 9d. lb.: spinach. 3/ doz. bunches: thyme, 8d. doz. bunches; tomatoes. 14/ to 20/ half case: trombones, 6/ doz.: Turks'...

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Governor-General Passes Through Golf Cup To Stewart School Rivalry [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 3 October 1931

Governor -General Passes Through: Golf Cup To Stewart: School Rivalry ON THtilR WAY TO PERTH ye«*eitUyf the Governor-General, Sir Isaac Isaacs, and Lady Isaacs, were welcomed at the taflway-statton. From left to Tight — The Lord Mayor (Mr. Lrlover), the Premier (Mr. BUI), Brigadier Bardie, Sir Isaac Isaacs, Captain T. Barr Smith, lady Isaacs, Mrs. Glover, the Leader of the Opposition (Mr. Butler), and Mrs. Bill. FOB THE FIRST TIME as Curator, Mr. Greeves yesterday examined the hothouses at the Botanic Garden. Inspecting a pineapple. WAITING FOR THE TIDE of depression to tarn, the coastal steamships Paringa, Nalpa, ^nd Qnorna are tied up at the North Arm hi the Port River to avoid wharfage costs. A caretaker lives aboard. MANX BUSHED FOB TICKETS at the last moment yesterday, when the wool guessing competition, in aid of the Lord Mayor's relief fond, was dosed. At a depot in King William-street BRIGHT FACES AND HAPPY THOUGHTS were found everywhere at the University Oral yesterday, whe...

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
WEATHER MAP [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 3 October 1931

WEATHER MAP In the above map the isobars or lines of equal barometer pressure are enown, (he values being indicated 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, ^ 'y % strong breeze, y- j ? gale, ?*» - ; O represents calm. The state of the sea is shown by the letter S (smogth). M (moderate), R (rough), V R (very rough). X indicates rain has fallen. FORECAST (issued at 9 pjn., Friday) .—Some further showers chiefly intne central and south-east districts, but weather soon to proying from the westward, and becoming fine. Cole, southerly winds. squally to the south and south-east. ^ »iuaa.

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
POSTAL ARRANGEMENTS October 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 3 October 1931

POSTAL ARRANGEMENTS ? October 3. PUTTED KINGDOM. EUROPE. CEZLON. EGYPT. INDIA. SINGAPORE.— Per Mon golia (due London. November 7)— Par- cels. October 7. 1 pjn.: newspapers and packets (via France). October 7. 6 pjn.: newspapers (all-sea route). October 7. 6 pjn.; letters and commercial papers, October 8. 10.30 am.: late fee. 12 noon. Supplementary, via j?i«*i»niTi^3o—^fjHg— tered letters. October 8. S pjn.; letters and commercial papers. October 9. 8 ajn.: 9.30 ajn. from railway. AUSTRALIA - KARACHI . LONDON - * EDBOPE. — Air mall closes 8 ajn^ tills day. 3. G.P.O.. connects with Baradlne at Fremantle {due London. October 27). Air fees. Adelaide to Perth. 3d. per % oz.. plus 6d. per ',i oz. KarachiLon don or Egypt, In addition to ordinary postage. 4d. per 14 oz. for Persia. Irak. Palestine. commonwealth air mall stamps may be used. Letters must be endorsed 'AustxaUa-Earachl-London Air Mail.' . ? . LATER M»TT58 -xo THE UNITED KING DOM (via Suez).— Jervis Bay. October 12 (due London. ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Dorothy H. Sterling to be Beached [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 3 October 1931

Dorothy H. Sterling to be Beached Once the pride of the seven seas in which fihe sailed in search of cargoes the former six-masted American schooner Dorothy H. Sterling now pre sents a miserable sight at her berth in the Basin at Port Adelaide. Stripped of all her valuable parts, her decking and timbers are being used in the Buckley Patriarchal Scheme to help the unemployed. She is almost down to her water-line. The vessel arrived at Port Adelaide about two years ago with a full cargo of oregon timber from Portland (Ore gon) for Adelaide consignees. Shortly after the arrival of the Dorothy H. Sterling at the seaport the captain left her. and after she had lain at the wharf for several months she was arrested, and later sold by auction to defray expenses. Mr. A. F. Buckley purchased the vessel, as he wanted timber for the building of houses to help the unemployed at Wallarona Vale, near Mbdbury. In the near future the vessel will be towed away and beached.

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
RIVER LEVELS Friday, October 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 3 October 1931

RIVER LEVELS Friday, October 2 Flood or Height Change Critical at in 24 Stage. 9 a.m. Hours. ft. in. ft. in. ft. In. Yetman ...... — 47 0 6R Mungindl ...... 22 0 6 2 0 3F Mogil ? 20 0 16 0 3F Namol ? 23 0 NR — Barwon ....... 32 0 12 4 S Brewanina ..... 25 0 5 2 S Gocdogs .. .. .. 10 0 Low — Bourke ? 41 6 6 3 0 IF Louth ? 38 0 6 9 0 1OP Tilpa ? 39 0 6 10 0 IE Wllcannia ? 300 SO 07F Menlcdie ? 20 0 24 1 0 3F Pooncarie ? 23 0 21 7 0 IF Wentworth ? 220 230 0 4F Gundagal ...... 23 6 9 0 S Wagga ? 20 0 7 S O 2P Hay ? 20 0 19 1 0 4F Balranald ? 16 0 20 0 S Denll'quln ? 26 0 19 0 S Moulamein ...... 15 6 14 3 S Albury ,. „ .. .. 14 0 10 1 0 UF Echuca ........ 29 0 28 11 0 2F Euston ? 32 0 29 7 0 IF Renmark ? 26 0 23 4 S Morgan ? 17 9 24 10 S Bianchetown .... — 18 8 S R. rise, F. fall. N.R. no record, S. stationary.

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
SEMAPHORE TIDES [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 3 October 1931

SEMAPHORE' TIDES Saturday, October 3.— Low water, UL50 pjn.; high water. 6.50 pjn.

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
No Comment From Minister Canberra, October 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 3 October 1931

No Comment From Minister Canberra. October 2. Beyond fwwmgntiTig that primage duty was payable on all books, the Minister for Customs (Mr. Horde) would *''V-p no statement on the AfigH can Synod's protest against the primage charge an Bibles.

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 3 October 1931

Nature*, Cpjgj1 Remedwll halation, Faulding's Eucalyptus Oil fv^y^^/jK^& i' J^^lsiP affords relief in many cases of / Yjffi /M* '*3L ' i | g .^^^Ee-j§ Asthma, Bronchitis, Coughs and / -Jj /- Jm \ F-.^^^K£s£^ Colds, Cholera and Dysentry, / ?$''',*-][& % ^^|^^^^ kinds. Influenza, Headaches-f^^^^^a^_ ^^^B^^^^y OIL MACHINERY, HARDWARE, &c fit word. 1/ per insertion.! ilfAOHCCERT — We have a good selection of JU-Seoondhand Miehinery available at present, Vrinding the two following examples: — GUIL- LOTINE, 22 In. Treadle. b_r Pexto, in good order and condition. Price. £15. Also 32 in. BANT) SAW. in good condition. Price £30. Both these Machines may be inspected at oar Vtnhonx. and prices are plus Sales Tax. — KcPBEBSOVS PTY., LTD., 116, WajTnoutb ?treet, Adelaide. VTEW and Secondhind Uachine Tools to nit J^l erery c^ass of work. Partlcn'-ar attention si dineted to the following: — Several 6 -». BoHow Spindle Screw-ratting Uthes, Back-cored Unrirht Drtling Uachines...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
AN EYE BEING KEPT ON COMMUNISTS Watch New Guard Too, Suggests Lang Group Member. Canberra, October 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 3 October 1931

AN EYE BEING KEPT ON COMMUNISTS Watch New Guard Too, Suggests Lang Group Member Canberra. October 2. An appeal to the Attorney-General (Mr. Brennan) to tafce steps to have various Communist organisations in Australia declared illegal societies was made in the House of Representatives today by Mr. White OfS-P.. Vic.). 'My department beeps Itself wen informed.' Mr. Brennan eaid, 'regard- ing such activities, and X 'will keep in mind what is suggested.' Mr. Ward (Lang Group, N.S.W.)— I ask the Attorney-General also to keep in mind the activities of the organisa tion known as the New Guard, which ifi oat to upset constitutional govern ment.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 3 October 1931

MADE IN YOUR OWN STATE 'Wattle' Brand Binder Twine is made in three grades, and is noted for its superior quality, being even, clean and strong. When ordering yonr supplies for next Harvest ask for 'Wattle' Brand. ? 'GOOD TWINE SAVES TIME.' BINDER 1^' ''?S^^^h?^?\ Obtainable in Three ^$ '^ '^5: ^15 ||j ; \ \ '\§P%%Z- Blue Cross, '-^ jS£$ S^ 5111111 lilllil 425 ft. to lb. s-C ;^Z%Z ^ggliillipplBE Holdfast Special, ^ -p^ ^==§881111111 475 ft. to Ib. ~*- -^ \ ATTX^^j : ? = i * - ? 3* Wattle Superior ==j«^.U B°s~£==f^| ! i § S : '? S Manilla, ?-S^'^-W «^H! 1«9 550 ft. to lb. pT^ ^fc^^^SigSi **-*«*** / _ m^SBBm^ wattle / ~y*. WmmmsW / Ar^rA ^ ^^^o^ Phone x ybffy Jzzz^^^ L 5137* ^^ jf yr ADELAIDE X ^ ROPE & NAIL CO., IiwnTED, \^ CROTOON, SOUTH AUSTRALIA. .Supplies obtainable from all distributors.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CROPS PATCHY IN LOXTON DISTRICT Farmers Want Export Bounty [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 3 October 1931

CROPS PATCHY IN LOXTON DISTRICT Farmers Want Export Bounty 'I saw some excellent crops in the Lioxton district this week, but a number were apparently not so promising, par ticularly after the relatively dry Sep tember in that part of the, maUee,' said the Director of Agriculture (Professor A. J. Perkins) yesterday. During toe recent sudden burst of heat, be added, Loxton crops were look ing rather sick, but rain next day put new life into them. Mallee farmers seemed cheerful, and all hoped the Federal bounty of 6d. a bushel on wheat exported would prevail. The Chief Dairy Instructor (Mr. H. B. Barlow) said that pastures were good west of Loxton between Mindarie and Karoonda, and cows there were in excellent condition. Much cream was going to the factories from that part.

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
WHAT IS A TANKARD? [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 3 October 1931

WHAT IS A TANKARD? 'The defendant has been very good natured about the whole *Wng. and I am glad to give him the benefit of the doubt, which I always do in such cases,' said Mr. H. M. Muirhead, S.M., in the Adelaide Police Court yester day, after an amusing hearing of a charge against William Jones, of hav ing unlawfully obtained liquor from the Woodville Hotel, Port-road, on September 5. Jones contended that he had spent the afternoon at the Eagle Hotel and purchased a bottle of beer before going home. It was that bottle which was in the pocket of his companion when he was found by the police outside the WoodvUle Hotel. K was produced as an exhibit, but was broken in the course of the hearing. Evidence was given by a friend who had spent the afternoon with -»»»», that Jones had had six or seven 'tankards.' The Assistant Police Prosecutor (Mr. L. Bond) invited him to he more explicit. «T don't know what tank ards are,' he said. 'Oh. yes, I think you do,' replied the witness amid gen...

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