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BAROMETER AND THERMOMETER READINGS [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 3 October 1931

BAROMETER AND IHERMOMETEB READINGS rbermometer 62.7 Maximum Shade sept Oeg. October 1—72.4 JO .. 63.4 29 .. 64.0 28 .. 81.1 27 „ 67.8 26 .. 6U 25 ..67.7 24 .: 63.1 23 ....73.7 22 .. 80J. 21 . 66.6 21 .. 66.0 20 . 81X1 19.. 69.5 17 .. 732 16 .. 63.8 15 .. 61.4 14 .. 59.0 13 .. S7.4 12 60.7 THE ADVERTISES BAEOMBTEE. October 3. 3 ajn. Time. Thursday. Yesterday. 3 ajn. 30.08 29.65 9 ajn. 30.06 29.76 3 pjn. 29.87 29.80 9 pjn. 2931 2955

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

HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE ??Drosil' is now used, prescrlbed-and praised by Medical Specialists in South Australia and other States, which Jus tifies Its claim, viz, that it relieves Blood Pressure and its distressing symptoms, heart attacks, shortness of breath, giddiness, sleeplessness, loss of memory, bead noises, paralytic states, restores elasticity to the arteries, re lieving the strain on the heart It is the latest triumph of medical research by?- the world's great specialist, Dr. Mtodejovsky, Professor of Prague Uni vessity. Send for free literature. Spe cial literature for medical profession. A trial win convince you of its effective ness. Price. 10/ 10-day treatment, 30 days 22/6, post free. (Your chemist should stock it). ? E. * E. A. TOTTERDELL, DEPOT— 14. STANIS7-STBEET, LEABBOOK. near ADELAIDE, SJV. Phone P. 3903. B143.64wA2flO 'Leave it (ffC*oBob! UUGCAGE.... PORTER.... TAXI.... ROB doesn't know what travel weariness means. Bob always feels fresh — because he keeps his mouth...

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

PROTECT YOUR FAMILY AND YOUR ESTATE APPOINT Bagot's Executor and Trustee Co. Ltd. EXECUTOR OF YOUR WILL. OFFICES:— 22, King William-street, ADELAIDE. Send for Free Booklet. R34wc

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Railway Man's House Burned Quorn, October 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 3 October 1931

Railway Man's House Burned Quorn. October 2. A four-roomed stone house at Quorn Park, owned and occupied by Mr. H. Jason, a Commonwealth railways em ploye, was destroyed by fire about 4 o'clock this morning. Mr. Jason had gone north on a train, and Mrs. Jason an- children are in Adelaide on holidays. The alarm was given by Mr. P. O'Reilly who lives near, but efforts to save the contents of the building proved futile. A residence next door occupied by Mr. C. L. Kirwan was saved. The dam age to Mr. Jason's property is esti mated at between £500 and £600, and is only partly covered by Insurance.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WHEAT MARKET DULL Prices Unchanged [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 3 October 1931

WHEAT MARKET DULL Prices Unchanged The Ttng.Wti wheat market on Thursday was described In private cable advices as easier owing to the Improvement 3d ex change. One ' message etated that there was hardly any bidding. Two South Aus tralian parcels- were. However, placed 100 tons out of the Bencruaehan, now due, at 24/ quarter c.l.T.. and 825 tons to be shipped In the City of Kimbertey shortly at 23/9. Values generally were 3d. to 6d quarter lower. Busslan Shipments this week are given as 765,000 quartets. This compares with 778,000 quartets for the pre vious period. Liverpool futures declined %d. to 4/1 cental for October. %d. to 4/4% for De cember. &L to 4/7% for March, and %d- to 4/9% for May. Jkfter the close Chicago for December, declined to 1 5-16d. bushel, and ?Winnipeg %d- Tenders in the Liverpool marfeet were larger than .expected. The market was also affected by *h» Improve ment In exchange, which caused a «fl«»*— ?- Ing In demand. This, and the liquidation for near ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NEW CHEESE FIRMS HALFPENNY [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 3 October 1931

NEW CHEESE FIRMS HALFFENNT The- production of butter stin shows an Improvement each week, but- this State has nbw'almost reached peak period, and it is satis£actary that a continuance of buying orders from London has enabled exporters to .dear stocks from week to week. Regular shipments are going for ward and are meeting with satisfactory demand on the other side of the world. There was no alteration In rates In. the local market on Friday, but prices are steady. Heavy quantities of cheese were again marketed from the Southeastern fac tories, both in export and' local elses. demand being again sufficient to absorb all available. Under the Influence of the higher prices ruling for butter during the past week or two. values for cheese moved, up a naif penny on Friday for all sizes of new cheese, but matured lines were un changed. The factories again marketed heavy quantities of an cuts of bacon this week, but local rtgwiftwi was ngRiTi wen main tained, and good Clearances were effecte...

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

ALMONDS AND HONEY The consignments of almonds received In the various markets were not extensive, as most growers have now about cleared stocks. Local demand was sufficient to absorb all offering, and there was no altera tion In prices. Stocks of honey held by wholesalers and distributors are ample for all requirements, and, although fairly extensive sales were made of all grades, there Is still more than sufficient offering for all requirements. Rates were again steady.

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
MYSTERY SPY Story of Secret Service Today's "Express and Journal" [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 3 October 1931

MYSTERY SPY Story of Secret Service today's 'Express and Journal' Publication la started this week In fbe 'Express end Journal' of the memoirs of Sidney George Rellly, the jiUBtny man of European espionage, tto organised a great conspiracy to smash Bolshevism at tte birth. ReiUy field a. high place in the British Secret Service, and his adventures carry thrills to; every chapter. The facts were dSoovered by fate wife in looking over amass of papers that were handed to her after the report of his execu tion In Russia. Mrs. ReiUy is by DO t'**011' wt*Ffli-fl that her husband Ss Head, which adds greater piquancy to the story. .This is one of a number of fascinat ing articles In the 'Express and Jonr Mf* which is looked forward to eagerly by thnnmtTirig of readers anxious to ee eare interesting reading for the week ?aone article deals with the fore Ehsdowed decision of America to agree tea 50 per cent, cancellation of war debts. Others are: — ^TOTCH DOCTORS' REVENGE— A Ue of martyrdom, ...

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

THROAT ^^ ? ^ ' Five years of TJB, with double T.B. infection— ???? unable to walk for swollen feet due to heart weafcnest ?P^^^^^^Bi — four stone underweight — as bad as it was possible |^£ and still be alive.' ^mm ^^^^^ Suck toas the plight in which a wdl-knaum Ascot Vale resident ^^B ^^HiH fomd Umsdj when he first read tf the merits of Lane'} Emuhion. ^Lg^V ^^M To-day he writes: 'I am completely cured of both ^« B^ pulmonary T.B. and TJ$. of die spine. I am bade ?BB |HB to my original weight and feel better than I ever did H^«— m ^^M m my life' Almost every resident of Ascot Vale knows HB^b|^ of my wonderful recovery, ^^-—^ B^^^^^^^^^B which is regarded by them .^^S^^^^S^k. ^^H^^^^H^H Name on application. A«a^^^Hlil^^MWs ^^^^^^^^^^H Graduate CMmia). Shaiapeari ^CpKblV&vnI^^ ^H^H^^^^^H^^^ bourne. Vie, ^^^^^H^ '

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Close-Ups And Long Shots Of The Movie World [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 3 October 1931

Close-Vps And Long Shots Of The Movie World DOROTHY MackaiU, star of 'He Office Wife,' the sophisticated comedy which comes to the Regent today, has been getting plenty of newspaper publicity in America recently. There have been all sorts of re ports about her getting married. Dorothy doesn't take too kindly to marriage. She said, when she got her divorce from Iiothar Mendes, the director, some years ago, that she was bored with it. But a little while ago, in HnmninR it Eeemed twice as though she might marry. First of all, she was going to marry some young and rich American, a polo player and a man of -leisure, who was holidaying In Hawaii. Everything was fixed for the wedding, but just be fore the bells were due to ring out their glad peat Dorothy changed ner mind, and said, that toe was going to marry John McConniclc (the direc tor and not the singer) instead. At this there was -great uproar. Mae' Clark, with whom John— Colleen Moore's ex-husband— had been very friendly, indignant...

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COTTON FUTURES [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 3 October 1931

COTTON FUTURES The following' were the *7raripg cotton quotations on the New York Exchange on ThmEday:— December. 536 cents (down 4«): January. 537 cents (down 45): MwTrh, 644 cents (down 46); May. 633 cents (down 46); July, 632.

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
DOLLAR EXCHANGE LONDON, October 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 3 October 1931

DOLLAR EXCHANGE The Associated Banks received a cable gram on Friday, dated London. October 1. giving the buying sight exchange. New York on London, at 3 dollars 95 cents to the pound. The rate on September 29 was 3 doUacs 85 cents. BEET SUGAR LONDON. October L Saw beet eager, f.o.b. Continental parts. is quoted at '8/5 per cwt. for November shipments.

Publication Title: Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PHASES OF THE MOON [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 3 October 1931

PHASES OF THB MOON Last quarter. October S. Mew moon. October II. First quarter. October 18. Full moon October 26. THERMOMETER READINGS Adelaide. Friday. October 2 Maxlraum In liie sun .. .. 116.9 Maitmum in t3ie sbadc . €2 7 Minimum ? 5i2 CALENDAR— October 3 Sun rises 5J2 ajn.; sets 6.18 p.m. Moon, rises, 12 midnight: sets 9.6 ajn.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
SUN AND MOON NEXT WEEK [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 3 October 1931

SUN AND MOON NEXT WEEK Sun. Moon. EJses. Sets. Rises. Sets. _ . a~va. p.m. ajn. ajn. Sunday ? 5.51 6.19 12 .38 S.5B Monday ? 5.49 g^o 1 35 ifiSt Tuesday ? 5.43 e2l 235 £'' Wednesday . .. 5.47 6.21 33 1.16 Thursday .. .. 5.« €22 3.46 2.29 J*ld«y ? 5 44 623 4.19 3.42 Saturday .» „ 5.43 e.24 4.49 4J5

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SHADE TEMPERATURES IN CAPITAL CITIES Friday, October 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 3 October 1931

SHADE TEMPERATURES IN CAPITAL CTTTES Friday. October 2 Mm MfT. Adelaide ? 54.2 62.7 J*erth .. .. .. .... 44 68 Brisbane .. .. .. .. 55 76 Canberra .. .. .. .. 35 ? Sydney ? 49 69 Melbourne ? 56 71 Hobart .. .... ,. .. 43 52

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

N;Z. PERPETUAL FORESTS, LTD. THE WORLD'S LARGEST COMMERCIAL FORESTRY COT. Subscribed Share Capital ? „ £241341 Amtmnt subscribed for Bonds exceeds ? £3300,000 Bondholders' Trustees approximate .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. £900.000 Total Reserves approximately - .. .. e Securities and held by Of which there is invested in Trustely ? £500.001 Area Planted ? .. .. .. Approx. 120300 Acres Banxets: BANK OF NEW ZEALAND AND BANK OF AUSTRALASIA. Head Office for Australia: Kembla Building. 58. MaiBSret-street. SYDNEY. ADELAIDE ADDRESS: NORWICH UNION BUILDING. WAYMOUTH-STREET. Branches throughout New Zealand and Australia, and agencies at London. Bombay. Singapore, Shanghai. Sourabaya, Hongkong, and San Francisco. ro

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LONDON WHEAT MARKET Parcels Quiet and Easier. LONDON, October 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 3 October 1931

LONDON WHEAT MARKET Parcels Quiet and Easier ? LONDON. October 1. Cargoes were quiet today at unchanged prices. Ohlna Is Interested In Australians for December shipment. Parcels were poorly supported as 6d. to 9d. quarter de cline lor Manitobas. and 3d. to 6d. for Aus tralians. Plates were occasionally 6d. lower. A shipment by the Bencruaehan cold at 24/. and one by the City of Klm berley at 23/9.- Futures, London. Decem ber. 20/ quarter; February. 21/. Liverpool dosed, October. 4/1 cental; December. 4/4%: March. 4/7%: and May. 4/9%. Spot trade was quiet, with. Australian ex ship Quoted at 36/6-496 1b. \ Flour was slow, with Australian, estore fat 18/6 280 1b. CHICAGO WHEAT f CHICAGO, October i. December wheat options were quoted to day et 4714 cents bushel. March 49% cents, and May 51%- cents.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OATS, PEAS AND BEANS LONDON, October 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 3 October 1931

OATS. PEAS AND BEANS. LONDON. October 1. Oats remain quiet at unchanged prices, while peas and beans are slow.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BUTTER AND CHEESE Markets Firm. LONDON, October 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 3 October 1931

BUTTER AND CHEESE Markets Firm ' ? LONDON. October L The batter market is firm and active, with Danish at 138/ cwt.; choicest catted Hew Zealand. 122/ to 124/; and Australian.' 116/ to 118/. ttasalted New Zealand Is quoted at 118/ to 122/, and Australian ?112/ to 116/. Cheese is arm. New Zealand white at 70/ «wtv and colored 71/. Australian Is tem porarily cleared.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
GOVERNMENT STOCKS LONDON, October 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 3 October 1931

GOVERNMENT STOCKS LONDON. October i. Government stocks are quoted as ander: — H|*^.|'*j'[?^|«|.^_ Sept. Oct. 24 1 t £ £ Mrt. Consols. Jan.. Apr., July, Oct. ? 5314 5414 1* British 4 px. Funding Loan. 1960-1890 .. .. 84 82 2t ex Interest. British War Loan, 5 p.C Jan, July .. .. 9414 96 «&? Conversion Loan, 314 px, Apr- Oct. ? 72 72 = British Victory Bonds, 4 vpx. ? 90 89 If AUSTRALIAN— Commonwealth of Aus tralia. 5 px, 1945-75 6314 62 Hit Commonwealth of Aus- * trails, 6 p.c, 3931-41. Mar, Sept ? - .. 74 7114 -214t Victoria, 3 p.c^ 1929-49. Jaiu. July ? 50 38 12f Victoria. 314 PC, 1929-49. Apr, Oct. .. .. ... ..40 42 2* Victoria. 514 PC-, 1930-40. Apr, Oct. ? 68 TO 2* Victoria. 5 px, 1932-42. Apr.; Oct. .. .. ?„?-.. 70 . 55 15t Victoria, 4% px., 1940-60. Jaa, July ? 52 55 3* Mew South Wales, 4 px., 1933. Jan, July .... 71 63 Sf New South Wales. 3 p.c 1935.. Apr, Oct. .... 55 54 It New South Wales, 314 px, 1930-50. Jan, July 42-a 40 2-'»t New South Wales, 5% px, 1922-32. May, ...

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