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DISCHARGE FOB BANKRUPT [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 3 October 1931

DISCHARGE FOB BANKRUPT A clear discharge was granted to Hermann Johannes Ziegeler, laborer, of Morgan, formerly of Murfako, a fanner, by Judge Paint in the Bank ruptcy Court yesterday. The reason given for the bankruptcy was a suc cession of drought years followed by unemployment.

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
NEW YORK MONEY MARKET NEW YORK, October 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 3 October 1931

MEW YORK MONEY MABKET NEW TORE. October I. The mwrtrrt lor can money renewals to day was l'.i per cent.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MONTREAL EXCHANGE MONTREAL, October [?]. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 3 October 1931

MOWTBBAI. EXCHANGE MONTREAL. October 1. Montreal exchange was quoted today at H -tnr«T» 43 cents to pound.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE BANK OF ENGLAND LONDON, October l. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 3 October 1931

THE USS.'t)# ENGLAND - - MJNDOH. October 1. Trae return of the Bank of Kngiwnrl tea the week ended September- 30 Is as lonowB (the previous -week's figures being in parentheses ) ;— Issue Dejnrtzaent.^4ft*ts Issued— In Or -qUatton. £357.208^82 (£352.675^37): In wntiTig department, £52,609483 ; £55.952.334); Government debt. £11.015.100 { £ll,tOS J.00): osier Government securities, £235.440.045 (£227A2BJ857); other securities, £24.502.193 (£32412336); silver com. £4442,662 (£4,042.107); amount of fiduciary Jssae. £275.000300 (£275.0004X10); gold Win and bullion. £134317365 ( £133,627*21). n.T-irfnF Department — Proprietors* capi tal. £14£53,000 (£14^53.000); lest. £3.725425 (£3.743339): public deposits. £30.069,090 -£23.01B.-M8). Other deposit*— BanketB*. £62.642^88 (£64515.060); otfier Bccoonts. £S2^64.«80 -£50,96&SlS); sevgtt day and other bills. £1.762 (£1405); Government securities. £68,875,906 (£60475306). Other securities— Discounts and advances. £14.773358. (£13379465)...

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VIEWS AND COMMENTS PATAWALONGA BASIN WHY NOT A BOAT HARBOR? To the Editor [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 3 October 1931

VIEWS AND COMMENTS PATAWALONGA BASIN WHY NOT A BOAT HARBOR? To the Editor Sir— It is to be hoped that the Gov ernment will not grant power to the Glenelg Council to fill in the basin of the Patawalonga Creek without giving consideration to fcbe construction of a boat harbor there. To many people the suggestion seems to come from, a lack of foresight and Imagination on the part of the council. Glenelg wants a boat harbor. As a resident for many years, I know of the anxiety and great osses sustained by boat owners, and of the increase there would be in yacht owners if proper protection were afforded their craft. The opportunity presents itself to make Glenelg more attractive than ever to the visitor. Why fill in this nucleus of a harbor and deprive the town of a necessary feature of any seaside resort— a boat refuge? — I am. Sir. &c, A. F. SCAMMELL.

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LOSSES ON STATE RAILWAYS COMMISSION'S FINDINGS QUESTIONED To the Editor [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 3 October 1931

LOSSES ON STATE RAILWAYS COMMISSION'S FINDINGS QUESTIONED To the Editor Sir— The statement of the Boyal Commission on Railways that Wif loss on the A^pifrH«» division totalled one and a half million pounds is not sur prising to railway men who under stind the position. It is desirable that Parliament and the Citizens' League should ascertain exactly the true posi tion with regard to this alleged loss, and also the alleged profit on the Murray Bridge division. Pinnaroo is 161]: miles from Adelaide, and sends wheat by rail to Port Adelaide, and, in return, receives from Port Adelaide arge quantities of superphosphates. The rate for this traffic is wheat 15/5 per ton and superphosphates 14/5 per ton. The department receives slightly over Id. per ton per mile for the haul age of wheat and superphosphates be tween Mile-End and Pinnaxoo. In the distribution of this revenue, however, ►etween the Adelaide and Murray Bridge divisions, Adelaide division is credited with 60 miles and Murray Jr...

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MIGRANT ARTISTS UNWANTED NO OPENINGS IN ENGLAND. To the Editor [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 3 October 1931

MIGRANT ARTISTS UNWANTED NO OPENINGS IN ENGLAND To the Editor Sir— Australian students desirous of employment in artistic avenues would beui-advised to attempt their fortune in Rngiarifi fust now. At tunes of local depression the urge to explore new fields is ever strongest, but denres sion is not at Che moment confined to the Commonwealth. What may be termed the luxury occupations are suf fering badly in all parts of the world. This is especially true of artistic pro fessions like wmgift, painting, acting, elocution, and so on. Even experiencec members of these callings are at pre sent frequently hard put to it in the United Kingdom, and unemployment is as rife '''fig them as in any trade. Many fewer musical parties and con? certs are being given than in normal times, and engagements of any kind in these spheres are extremely difficult to obtain. People in England who are intimately in touch with conditions in these call ings deprecate most strongly any ven ture Into them from over...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TOTALISATOR AND TROTTING PARLIAMENT AND THE "VOICE OF GOD" To the Editor [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 3 October 1931

TOTAUSATOR AND TROTTING PARLIAMENT AND THE 'VOICE OF GOD' To the Editor Sir— I would ask my good friend Mr. C. F. Noonan, of Peterborough, certain questions concerning statements made by him In your issue of October 1. 1. Does he really believe that the voice of Parliament, is the voice of God? 2. Ought one always to obey the voice of Parliament, even when It opposes the voice of God within the soul? If so. then a great many -ia-n^ instead of being exalted by beatifica tion, should have been denounced as common law-breakers. 3. Does a man of ordinary, or doubtful morals, sud denly undergo an inexplicable apotheo sis when elected to Parliament? 4. Would Mr. Noonan as readily accept the voice of Parliament as a Divine utterance if it decreed that all sec tarian schools and colleges should be abolished and the matter of education be purely a State matter, and strictly non-sectarian? I am sure that Mr. Noonan believes that there is a moral law higher than the voice of Parlia ment, which...

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LONDON MONEY MARKET LONDON, October 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 3 October 1931

LONDON MONEY MARKKT LONDON. .October 1. Short bans at 554- per cent, enow an advance On the week of ',4 per cent. The open market rate for tbree months' bins at 5 13-16 per cant. Is up li per cent.

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DRUNKENNESS FLEA FOR FRAUD [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 3 October 1931

DRUNKENNESS FLEA FOB FRAUD 'An these offences were committed on drunken bouts. That is an I can say,' said Mr. Noel Webb on behalf of Patrick Joseph OTJonosrhue, . who pleaded guilty in the Adelaide Police Court yesterday to six charges of hav ing passed valueless cheques. The offences occurred between July I and September 18 at intervals of about a fortnight. 'It seems to have been a continuous j bout,' said Mr. E. M. Sabine, P.M., who sentenced OTtonoghue to fifteen months' imprisonment, including con current seniences. The Police Prosecutor (Mr. R. A. Lenthall) eaid that most of the people victimised were poor shopkeepers who could ill afford it. The cheques were j all for £5.

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BILLIARDS CHAMPION FINED [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 3 October 1931

BILLIARDS CHAMPION FINED I Herbert Lewis Goldsmith, formerly State billiards champion, who pleaded guilty to a charge of having offered to bet by way of wagering at the Terminus billiard saloon. Hindmarsh. on Sep tember 26, was fined £3 15/, with costs 15/, by Mr. E. M. Sabine, FJH., in the Adelaide Police Court yesterday. Mr. R. A. Leuthall prosecuted, and Mr. C. Townsend Gun appeared for Goldsmith.

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Monetary and Commercial AUSTRALIAN STOCKS Still Declining in London [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 3 October 1931

Monetary and Commercial I AUSTRALIAN STOCKS Still Declining in London By the City Editor The downward trend or the market in London for Australian stocks Is fur ther indicated by the cabled quotations Teeeiued ?vcsterdav. and 'which, ace set out £i dSaUlii this column- The movtanent in the two index stocks, Com nKmnifii 5 and 8 per cents, is, how evet. not 6O marked as mignr nave neeu frptyt^vri in fiie circinnstances^ .The depredation of sterling and tne insta bfflt* of markets of all kinds during the nest fortnight were bound to have a bearing tofluence, .particularly on stocks as susceptible as tne Australian iffines. The irregularities noticeable in the quotations for the issues of the several States are probably due to tHe TiwrMng down by jobbers, and it may be -wise to disregard them as a. true guide to their value. It is improbable that there has been any activity in the market, and quite possible that no cafes: have been recorded in most of tne lines. AustraJian holders of e...

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FOREIGN EXCHANGES LONDON, October 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 3 October 1931

FOREIGN EXCHANGES uasttas. October i. 'i Paris, 100 (12421 Irenes to £). j S» York. 3JB5 -4*B 2-3 -tonan to *). Brasses, 28 (35 Hdgas to £). . Oman. 20 (2522 francs to £). i AmstKdun. 9% (12^07 florins to,«). j IBtan. 771i -92.« lire to «). / ' Berlin. 1614 (20.43 marks to *). ' Stockholm. 17 -UU59 kroner to £-. ; Copenhagen. IS (18.159 kroner to «). 1 Odo. 18 (18OS8 teoner to *). ' Vienna. 30% (34J8%»chflgB to *). | Prague. 130 (164% kroner to £h HeUtngfois. 160 (19&23 F. modes to £). S£dr5?«J4 {25.22J& peseta, to *). Uabon. 109% (eBCWto to £1. i Atbens. 300 (375 drachmae to £). : Bucharest. 665 (813.6 led to £). j BtodeJanloo. 314 (16 pence to mite). Buenos Aires. 33«4 (47.62 pence to peso). I Uaate TWeo. 2214 (51 pence to peso). ? Sammy. 1/5% (IB pence to rupee). ' S^al. 1/&, (BteSng to tael). ; Yakobama, 2/6 (sterling to yen). ( Honatong. 1/1% Oterllng to dollar). SUrerfepot). V3 15-16 csl; (forward). ay*?, oe.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 3 October 1931

AUCTIONS [Id. ps Uu in inserUonl JKWDAr SECT, 6th October, at 11 ajn. GALE OF HOUSEHOLD FDBSITDHE AXD EFFECTS. ON' THE PREMISES. 20 MAY-TBBBAOE. KQT SIN'GTON PARK -«S Kensington-road, opposite Kaxryarvllle School). HAGNTFICE5T FRENCH GREY OAK BED ROOM SUITE, with 6 ft. 6 in. fitted Robe, very flue Fur. cost £56; CEDAK WARD ROBE. CEDAK TABLES, HALL LINO, HALL TABLE. CURTATSS. CEDAE CHEST DRAWERS. CEDAR TABLE. DOUBLE AND SINGLE BEDSTEADS AND WIBES. BED DING. TOILETWARE. DUCHESS CHEST. CABPET. 12 x 9. CEDAR SIDE TABLE. BOOKS, tc. BLACKWOOD StDEBOARD~ INLAID WALNUT UPHOLSTERED COUCH. HOGS. MIRRORS, ORNAMENTS. UPHOLSTERED CHAIBS. LINEN* PRESS. BOUND TABLE. CEDAE COUCHES, BOOKER. KITCHEN SAFE. LINO. SQUARE. TABLES AND CHAIBS. COUNTER. SHELVES. TUBS, KITCHEN UTENSILS., and host* at other good lines. megawThogg (Auctioneer, and Valuators, 'phone C. 217), lure leceired instructions from the Executors in tile estate at Anna Kadebaum, deceased, to ?ell bj anctiop as above. ? _^____ MONDAY NEXT...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 3 October 1931

REAL ESTATE ADVERTISEMENTS HOUSES AMD LAND FOB SALE ITsrelT* Word*. 1' per lnsertlou.1 AT Woodville, S room*, tenu, £980, 60 Acre, goring. — McRostie, Town Ball, Vuodville. AT Woodville, Poultry Farm, Bungalow, sheds, . stock optional, terms — McBortie, Town kiill. U'oodville. 4 CZE, more, WsyriUe. Bungalow, conn, u. cheap. — L'urnow. 7, bwaine-av., Bose Park. ACRES, 16. hills district, good bouse, sheds, . all desired, 2 acres lucem. £750; £160 za»u. — Parsuus A Parsons. AC3KS. 67. near Ma^iU; House, 10 acres vinto, suitable dairy, fine feed.— Cnrnov. 7. fcwaine-av.. Bote Park. ? D£LAU-E and Suburb* — Houses anc Land. KU-SULE-STKEET. CITS. WAYMOIiTH-STIlEET. CITY. Also al Kes wick, Biompton, Bowden, and Stepney. POUT ADELAIDE. Kobe and Su Viuoent sis Ko rusonable oiler refuted, i. ISAACS, ? 26. Cuxrie-ctreet. Adelaide. ? UARGAIS, Welland. sound 'Scone Home. 5 rooms, corner block. £320. Suit specula tor. — tdwin Jukes. Commonwealth Bask Cham pea. A BEAUTIFUL Property at Aldjate, 10 ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 3 October 1931

? 1 SUNDAY SERVICES IL CHURCH OF ENGLAND SimW CATHEDRAL.-— OGHTEEXTH SUFDAY AFTER TEDCnT. 8 * ** . Holy f!iiMiiinminn 11 ajn. Sang Fn -ha list. Pleader, Her. It A. K richx. 1LA. S pjn. Holy Baptism » p.m. Evensong. Anthem, 'Giant to Us, lorn' (Barnby). Preacher, the Lord Bishop. Monday, October 12 — Organ Becital, Mr. Treienc Finlay. LA.B. f^BBSST CHURCH. — g. Holy Oonmnmion; 11. ? «__! r Conunonion; 7, Evensong, Her. B. K. OUT TRINITY.— 8, H.C, the Sector; IT, H.C, Bishop of Tanganyika; 2.45, Chil dren; 7, Evensong, the Bector. ? . PAUL'S CHURCH. Pulteuey-street. — 6 and 11, Holy Communion; 7, Evensong. Canon BM~. Antlii-ni. 'O Clap Tour Hands.' ANNUAL FETE in VICTORIA HALL (TJLCJL), Cawler-pUce, on WEDNESDAY XE— T. OCTOB— _ 7, commencing at 3 p.—. and Him .nmg 6p_u Ax tenvoon. and Evening. S~ JOHN'S, HALIFAX - STREET. 8 aJn.. H.C.; 11 a— u. Family Service. Bev. E. A. Xorth Ash; 7 pjn., E. Rev. E. A. North *t*« 'Amiable Pagans.' The Chinch and the People Saturday next, 7.4S pjn- — ...

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HEAVIER FINES FOR BETTING [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 3 October 1931

HEAVIER FINES FOR BETTING Contending that the existing penal ties did not appear to be a deterrent to betting, Mr. H. M. Muirhead, SJl, stated in the Adelaide Police Court yesterday that he intended to impose heavier fines. 'As it is your first offence, I shall fine you £75,' he said to Ernest Ains lie Cutting, who was charged with having been hi premises known as Cutting's Cycle Shop, Kent Town, on August 26, for the purpose of betting. Costs totalled £1 5/. Mr. L. Bond prosecuted and Mr. C. J. Philcox appeared for Cutting.

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EXCHANGED MEAL TICKET [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 3 October 1931

EXCHANGED MEAL TICKET For having exchanged a meal ticket, Antonias Orfanoudis was fined £2, with £1 costs, in default 14 days' imprison ment, by Mr. E. M. Sabine, Pit, in the Adelaide Police Court yesterday.

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OCEAN FORECAST Issued at 9 p.m. Friday [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 3 October 1931

OCEAN FORECAST Issued at 9 pjn. Friday Fresh to strong southerly winds, and moderate to rough seas east of the Blgnt.

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ADELAIDE RAINFALL [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 3 October 1931

ADELAIDE RAINPAIi. ; Average annual lor 92 years, 21.09. I Average rainfall for 92 years from Janu ary 1 to end of October. 18.93. Total rainfall from January 1. 1931, to date. 20.68. __ Total for corresponding period or 1930, 14.02.

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