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"TANNHAUSER" To Be Broadcast by 5 AD Tomorrow Night [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 3 October 1931
'TANNHAUSER' To Be Broadcast by 5 AD Tomorrow Night Wagner's ddi^itfnl open, 'Tann- baaser.' is to be broadcast by sta tion 5 AD tomorrow night, begin ning at 7.30. The onera is snmr in German by a magnificent cast, and was re corded at the Bayreuth Theatre. 'Tannbanser' is an opera which appeals to everyone. A programme of modern dance music win be broadcast by 5 AD tonight from 8 o'clock until II. A number of advance HALV. releases are to be among the numbers to be presented, and several old-time dances will be included as interludes. Fifty members of the Sunshine dub have been in vited to bring dancing partners to the studio. The next old-time broadcast will be made on October 7. These de lightful dances of yesteryear arc be coming more and more popular, and many young people are now beginning to join in with enthusiasm. Sunshine Cfanb Pennant The Sunshine Club pennant will be flown for .the first time this afternoon, when the hiking section leaves 'The Advertiser'' offices at 22...
Wynarka Show Wynarka, October 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 3 October 1931
Wynarka Show Wmarka. October 2. The tenth annual show was held on the recreation ground today. There was a record attendance, considering the depression. The draught stock horses-in-action, cheep, and poultry sections were well represented. Chief prizewinners were: — Draught Stock— Brood mare, with foal, J. Boyce, G. Blacfcett; best mare, J. Boyce. S. Blight; three-year-old filly, G. Herbert, 1 and 2; pair plough houses, F. March, F. Dolan; twoyear old, C. Blight, M. Blacken; yearling, J. Boyce. S. Wardle; heavy dray horse, F. Dolan, P. Mfl7T^, SCorses-in- Action — S3ing*fr harness horse, Ii Bott, C. Jones; 10 eL hack, C. Jones. A. Worthington; 14 st. hack. Hutchinson Bros, Halliday; maiden horse over hurdles. F. Dolan, J. Gar diner; woman's hack, C. Jones, Hut chinson Bros.: horses over hurdles, F. Dolan, Halliday; spring dray noise, J. Rackham; child's pony, HViks, B. Hall; hunter, Halliday, Day; handicap trot, A. Worthington; bending race, Bott; walk, trot, and gallop, F. Dolan; ...
TELEGRAMS FROM MANAGERS [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 3 October 1931
TELEGRAMS FROM MANAGERS SJL Oil Wells.— Total production for week, 900 gallons of oil. No. 4 bore, pumped 150 gallons. No. 6 bore, pump withdrawn: balling and caning hole. No. 7 bore, pumped 450 gallons. Ho. 8 bore, bailed 300 gallons. Midwest bore, cored 10 ft. into oil cand; reamed, hole to 10 in.: very good showing of oil. Mld neld-Standard bore. 763 ft. In coanse sand. Dehydrator. shipped 8 drums of oil: treated nil. owing to longer steaming period required. Arrow Gold Mining Company, NX, Oc tober L— 'Drive In 24 ft, high values in face from hanging wall over 16 in. Tele graphing assays last -three cuts. Friday afternoon. Cross courses along drive coming in from north-west, strike hang ing wan. which Is stm unbroken, and turn east, causing enrichment. Tuesday last looked like one was chopping off values, hence my telegram, but they con tinued behind.'
KING OF CREATION GOLD MINES [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 3 October 1931
KING OF CREATION GOLD MtNSS The secretary of King of Creation Gold Mines. NX. advises that the arrangements made to cope with water In the winze at SlnaMl'G mine, not proving successful owing to failure of the supply of com pressed air. the company engaged Mr. J. Semmens Allen, of Perth, as consuItlnE engineer to proceed to the mine and take the action necessary so contend with water and resume the sinking of the winze. Mr. Allen advises that he has secured the necessary plant, and that the manager expects to resume sinking the winze in about a week's time. The company has also obtained a fartner six months' ex tension of option. The winze should reach 85 ft. with about elx -weeks' -work, when the- lode will be xcut. Mr. Best wick, who recently made a second Inspec tion of the mine, reports that the character and values of the ore in the winze are good, and that the assay of 16 dwt. at 43 ft. is very promising.
MINING NEWS TIN RETURNS [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 3 October 1931
MINING NEWS TUT RETURNS Asam Kumbang.— Worked 483 hours, treated 97.000 cubic yards, recovered 54 tons of tin oxide: realised £3500; work ing costs. £1.600. Pungah.— 1.230; 364.000; 155: £11.320: £S.100. No. 1 dredge. 105 tons. No. 2 dredge. 50 tons. 3fuang.— 605: 95.000: 20; £1.450: £1350. During last fortnight dredge worked through tailings, now nesting unworked grounc. Takuapa Valley.— 1.174; 308,000; 110. Net value. £8.000.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 3 October 1931
r^ — . — L ._ — ' ' ? ??— -i — .ii— . — ? »? ? i ????-! ? ?? i ? ??? i i ?-?????? ?? ? j__^__^_j ? !!L— ^^-LL^JS^i^^-iS-i Look! Monday it Starts Moore's y Days Price 'Cut Sate '£££** SEE THE WINDOWS TONIGHT D AND DURING THE WEEK-END LIGHTS ON TILL 10.0 An Event That Will Startle The Town! Ol EVEN whole days of price slashing which, we confidently affirm will eclipse all u *^ previous efforts. Think of it! Plan for it! Be there at 9, Every department will jj contribute with tremendous sacrifices of attractive and desirable merchandise. 'Never | such a sale as this,' you will say. And your verdict will be well justified, for it will J establish j AN ENTIRELY NEW STANDARD OF VALUE GIVING
595 War Service Homes Revert to Bank Canberra, October 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 3 October 1931
595 War Service itomes Revert to Bank Canberra. October 2. Replying to Mr. Gullet* in the Bouse of Representatives' today, the Prime Tunnigter stated that departmental officers would be asked to report on the cases of hardship existing among occupants of war service homes. He did not 'think an independent enquiry was zzecess&ry. Mr. Gultett said 595 homes had re verted to the Commonwealth Bank— 384 of them in the last financial year alone.
Big American Bank Merger NEW YORK, October 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 3 October 1931
Big American Bank Morn**. NEW YORK. October 3. Mr. Charles Mitchell, ;? chairman of the National City Bank, announced today the forthcoming merger of fcla firm with toe Bank tf America tofotm tire second largest banking organisation in the world with combined resource^ ; as on June SO, of 23H,4Q090$ 460*0, compared with the Chase national Bank's figure on Che same dateof more than 2,429.00.000 ddQaxB.
RETAIL DAIRY PRICES [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 3 October 1931
RETAIL DAIRY PRICES The RetaQ' Grocers' Association of South Australia reports that the re - *^iil s^tn^g prices arei— * Butter.— Choicest factory, 1/6 to 1/7 Ib.; second grade factory. 1/4 -to 1/5. Eggs range from 8d. to 1/5. Bacon.— Best rashers, 1/ to 1/1; ham rashers. 1/4 Ib. Cheese.— New. lid. Jb.: matured. 1/4 to 1/8. Onions.— Brown. Id. lb.; 6 Ib. for 6d. Potatoes.— 7 lb. for 8d. 'WHEAT fc'WM* GSADJS. AND PRODUCE Wheat. — Merchants* buying limits for growers' lots, f-fl-q.. trucks. Port Ade laide or chief shipping outports. 2/3 busheU - Flour.— For leading city brands, mil lers' quotations up to £7 ton, less 5/ for **a^^ Mill Offal (city net prices).— Bran, up to £3 15/ per ton, trucks, mill door, for ton lots. Pollard, up to- £4 10/'. trucks, mill door, for ton lots. Barley. — No. - 1 nominally about 2/2; second grade, about 1/11 per bushel. Port Adelaide, for growers' lots. Oats.— Good feed Algerian, nominally about 1/6 per bushel. Port Adelaide, for ?growers' lots. Hay (cu...
SHARE MARKET OPERATIONS METAL PRICES [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 3 October 1931
SHARE MARKET OPERATIONS METAL PRICES The following exe the latest middle prices of. metals on the London markets: — Copper (standard, spot) £32 8AV2. (fwd.) £33 S/71&; (best selected) £35 7/6; (elec trolytic, spot) £40, (fwd.) £41. Lead (spot) £13 2/6. (fwd.) £13. Spelter (spot) £12 6/3. (fwd.) £12 17/6. Tin (spot) £120 7/6 (fwd.) £124 3/9. Silver (stan dard, spot) 1/3 15-16, (fwd.) 1/4Vb; (fine, spot), 1/5 3-16, (fwd.) 1/5%. Falls were recorded In all instances, standard copper. spot, declined 20/7^; forward, 23/Hi; best selected. 25/; electrolytic spot and forward. 10/; lead, spot, 21/3; forward. 20/; spelter, spot, 11/3. forward 8/8: tin, spot, 51/3; for ward. 53/9; standard sliver, spot and for ward, ytd.; See, spot, ¥*&.; and forward. 5-16d.
LOANS IMPROVE Barriers Generally Weaker [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 3 October 1931
LOANS IMPROVE Barriers Generally Weaker Reactions in the London metal markrt on Thursday were responsible for Barriers opening at reduced rates on the Stock Ex change -at Adelaide yesterday, sad. although they rallied during the middle of the day. they, suffered another setback before the close. Trading in Broken BUI South. North Broken Hill, and. Zinc Corporation ord. was of a moderate character. Few sales were recorded in the gold division, and price movements were mostly unfavor able. Relatively little business ws-s put through, in CommouwelCh consolidated stocks, but higher rates were avaUable for all issues. - General Investments remained quiet. Goldsbroqgh, More declined several points. The following table shows how yester day's closing cash sales compared with pre ceding ones: — Rises Commonwealth 4 per cent, 1938 .. .. 15/ Commonwealth 4 per cent., 1941 .. .. 17/6 Commonwealth 4 per cent., 1953 .. .. 10/ Commonwealth 4 per cent, 1961 .. .. 20/ Deloraine Blocks ?am ? l'&a...
Sydney Market Sydney, October 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 3 October 1931
Sydney Market Sydney. October 2. Today's sales: — Amalgamated Wireless, buyer 20/: do. (con.), seller IS '6; Austra lian inscribed stock, 4 per cent. (1935). £83 17/6. £84 7/6: 4 per cent. (1941). £81 17/6. £82 2/6: 4 per cent. (1947), £79 10'; 4 per cent. (1950). £78 15/: 4 per cent (1953). £73: 4 per cent. (1955K £78; 4 per cent. (1957). £77 15/. £78; 4 per cent. (1959). £78 5/: 4 per cent. (1961). £77 15/: Australian Gas. 6% per cent, debentures (1936). £92: Australian, Bank of Commerce. 15/3, 15/1%; Commercial of Australia, 15/6; Commercial of Sydney. £14. £13 17/6. £14; EJ3. and A, 83/; New South Wales. £27 5/. £27 2/6; Mercantile Mutual. 12/6; Cariton Brewery. 25/; Toohey's. 14/2; Tooth. 19/4%. 19/6. 19/1%: Associated Newspapers. 2/1; do. (pref.). 713; Australian Paper (pref.). 22/7; Auto Totalisators. 8/; British Tobacco. 26/: Dunlop-Perdriau, 9/; Gene ral Industries, A'. 3/3; Goldsbrough. Mort, 24/7%. 23/9; Henry Jones. 22/: John McGrath (preT.). 9/; Kandos Cement. 10/; Pete...
STOCKOWNERS MEET Carrying Stock Over Railways [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 3 October 1931
STOCKOWNERS MEET Carrying Stock Over Railways A meeting of the executive commit tee of the Stockowners' Association was held on September 30, the recently elected president (Mr. G. F. Jenkins) being in the chair. The secretary (Mr. E. u. H. Virgo) reporsed that, in response to the re quest of a deputation which recently waited on the Commissioner of Rail ways in regard to several matters affecting stockowners, a communica tion had been received stating that there was no intention to discontinue the rail car service between Wilming ton and Gladstone. A general letter of instruction had also been issued to all station-masters stating that any car containing livestock must not, except when unavoidable, be marshalled next to the engine, or be shunted or de tached from the engine, and that the sVitint1'E must be performed with the least possible jerking or bumping. Cape Tulip - Following the resolution which was carried at the annual meeting, repre sentations were made to the Council for...
LOW PRICE OF PRUNES Growers Approaching A.D.F.A. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 3 October 1931
LOW PRICE OF PRUNES Growers Approaching A.D.F.A. The marketing of dried tree fruits, particularly prunes, is causing growers much anxiety, and wholesale distri butors in Adelaide are calling a meet ing to consider the position. The growers in the Murrumbidgee district have made represantations to the New South Wales Dried Fruits Board to proclaim prunes and other dried stone fruits under the Dried Fruit Act, and to assume control of marketing similar to dried grape fruits. Growers throughout the Common wealth realise that they are subject to disabilities in marketing throug&i lack of complete organisation. An appreciable tonnage is being packed outside the AD.F.A. The areas of production in South, Australia are the River Murray irrigation districts. An-*aston. Clare, and MclAren Vale. The prune pack is likely to assume large proportions, and the growers contend that it will be difficult for them to carry on owing to extremely low price levels. Statistics show that the availa...
Melbourne Market Melbourne, October 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 3 October 1931
Melbourne Market Melbourne. October 2. Today's sales: — Commonwealth Loans — 3% P-c. (1947). £75 5/: 4 p.c. (1938), £83 15/, £34 10/; 4 p.c (1944). £81. £81 5/; 4 p.c. (1947), £79 10/ £79 15/; 4 p.c (1950). £78 10/. £79; 4 p.c. (1951/59), £77 10/: 4 p.c. (1951/61). £77; Board of Works. 4 p.c. (1938). £84 10/; Goldsbrough. 24/3. 23/9; Cariton Brewery, 25/; Australian Glass, 27/3; do. (pref.). 27/3; Australian Paper (pref.). 22/6: British Tobacco. 26/4% 26/1%. 26/6; Broken Hill Proprietary. 12/9. 12/10; Oarreras (pref.), 22/; Dunlop. 9/. S/ll; do. (pref.). 21/6; Electrolytic Zinc, 11/3. 11/2; do. (pref.). 19/3, 19/2 19/3; Myer. 17/; Nestles (pref.). 25/: 'peters (Vic). 1/6. 1/8; Yellow Carriers, 1/6; Bro ken HU1 South. 34/6. 35/ 34/9; do. (six weeks), 35/3: North Broken. 50/ 51/ 50/1%; do. (six weeks). 50/4%. 51/1%. 50/6; Sulphide Corporation. 8/, 8/1. 7/11: do. (six weeks). 8/L 8/; Zinc Corpora tion. 23/. 22/4%; Tongkah Compound. 17/5. 17/6, 17/5; Hercules, 2/2, 2/3. 2/2%; Ironbark, ...
YESTERDAY'S STOCK EXCHANGE BUSINESS [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 3 October 1931
YESTERDAY'S STOCK EXCHANGE BUSINESS Sales, together with markets to 5.15 pjn. for stocks and chares listed on the Stock Exchange of AdHp^*. are shown below. In Commonwealth loans the half-yearly periods mentioned refer to due dates ol Interest payments. Quotations In paren theses relate to previous sales: — COMMONWEALTH LOANS 3% p.c, 1947, Mar. 15— Sept. 15 (£74). B. £76. 4 p.c 1938. June 15-Dec 15 (£83 10/). B. £84 5/. S. £84 7/6. sales £83 17/6. £84 2/6, £84 5/. 4 p.c.. 1841. May 15— Nov. IS (£81). B. £81 15/. S. £82 5/. sales £81 17/6. 4 P.c. 1944. Apr. 15 — Oct. 15 (£80), B. £81 JO/. S. £82. 4- p.c 1947. Mar. 15— Sept 15 B. £79. sales £79. 4 p.c, 1950. Feb. 15-^Aug. 15, B. £79, -sales £79. 4 px.. 1953. Jan. 15— July 15 (£77 5/). B. £77 10/, sales £77 15/. A P.C, 1955. June 15— Dec 15 -£76 15/. B. £77 10/. 4 p.c 1S57. May 15— Nov. 15 (£76 15/). B. £77 10/. 4 P.c, 1959. Apr. 15— Oct. 15. B. £77 10/. S. £79. 4 p.c, 1961. Mar. 15— Sept. 15 (£76 10/), B. £77 10/. S. £78 10/. sales £7...