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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 3 October 1931
STOMACH SUFFERERS Dr. H. Lduurn, FRANCE. s «r«»— '' Bloated ' ||.gii,,l, fives **g«rf lent teralti in mot di ?esoHretronblei. Item be considered the ideal K6XDfld*^ tot stonucb ?od it if miliuularir TStftnur^1 Ulcer.** lfr.F.Marjgm, ITALY. Mys^^ I 'n1**r pee* sedb* Bisnrated* snees of the digestion sod I fans -nied it penonally with coed ?HOU*.' cantfiesei DOCTORS, beWftONG TV/HEN such -»m?n«i» ?n«*'/^*' Wmeo not only '?''—'?— i! bat personally use 'Bissrxatcd ?? Magnesia for indigestion (bete can benoposaUedoubtastotbevalae of this grcatstt-mach remedy. No matter how severe tbe **''M»j c Bisaiated * Magnesia bnqgs ?relief within five minute* and Tnesiinff file »ii-1«ih*J jiiiiiauji . lining. If you suffer with any fbnn of rachgemou 'follow -time dnctt-r- nd: let 'Bnunted* MagncsEt *r*y* jour troubles without delay. When boymg always see die oval 'Bism**' sign on JbEdtt Dm*** writes '??^d^^tt'afftMBAftV ' ?fliaiaii UT— ?fiji tti't ft tVf 'tilr wvi ? tiWTnevgnefaHfean ?najHtTaiitwgii...
OUR COUNTRY SECTION STANDARD BUTTER BOX In Use Next Season EXPORT BOARD MEETS [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 3 October 1931
I OUR COUNTRY SECTION 1 STANDARD BUTTER BOX In Use Next Season EXPORT BOARD MEETS No standard export butter box will be recommended for use this season by the Dairy Produce Export Board, which has decided to investi gate the matter tbronehont Aus tralia, with a view to recommend ing a suitable container for next season, and thus give factories time to use up tfaeir stocks. A cable message from the board's London office said that,- because of a possible early general election, condi tions in the United Kingdom were very unsettled. The price for Australian choicest catted butter was 118/ to 120/, and 124/ for New Zealand butter. The depreciation in the pound sterling had enabled Continental countries to buy from London, and, if that were con tinued to any extent, it would cause a shortage in the United Kingdom before the end of October with a subsequent increase in price, provided Germany continued to absorb normal quantities. An increase in the retail price, the cable added, would pr...
POINTS FROM LETTERS Radio Equipment [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 3 October 1931
POINTS. mOM LITTERS Radio Equipment From F. Swan, Norwood: — Visitors to the recent Radio Exhibition must have noticed that young men as demonstra tors predominated. Australians could turn out all their own requirements in radio equipment, and as there must be a big market here, since Australia and Canada are said to be America's best customers for this line, encouragement should be given to local manufacturing, which would result in the absorption of youthful labor. Our State Govern ment should approach the Federal authorities to have the licence fee of 24/ reduced by 50 per cent. Saluting the War Memorial From H. V. Moore, St. Peters:— I have seen **!**' in uniform pass 1*he State War Memorial by without recog nising it; but I have seen; a sergeant remove his pipe, slope his arms, and salute the memorial as he went by. The same sergeant saluted the me morial while on a bicycle, by dropping his hand to his side and smartly turn ing his head and eyes to the light. If civilians are d...
MARKETING BUTTER IN PATS Erecting Plant in London [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 3 October 1931
MARKETING BUTTER IN PATS Erecting Plant in London A proposal for the formation of a company in Australia to i'wTprfJ'*y the preparation and marketing of Austra fjqTi bottesr in p*»^^ in the United Kingdom was considered by the Dairy Export Board at a meeting hi ££el boume this week. Mr. E. H. Fromen, manager of the dairy produce department of the South Australian Farmers' Co-operative Union, who returned from Melbourne yesterday, said that the board had given long and serious consideration to the matter of the erection of plant m London for the production of but ter in pound prints, and it' was decided to submit the proposals to a confer ence of co-operative and proprietary interests at a meeting in Sydney on December 8. In the meantime all in terests would be circularised and the proposals put before them.
SAILED YESTERDAY [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 3 October 1931
SAILED YESTERDAY Stirlingshire, s.. 6,051. T. T. Mee. Tor eastern States. Dortmund, e.. 5,138. Winter, for eastern States Parrakoola, els., 5,752, Reich, for eastern fitates Westralia, m.s.. 8,108. G. B. Bates, for Fremantle. . Sagona. tfcr.. 6.000. for Ports Pirle and Warrawee. 6., 423, G. McKay, for Ardros ean.
Egg-Laying Contest [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 3 October 1931
Egg-Laying Contest Scores to week ended September 29 In the Bed Comb egglaying contest at Para field. supervised by the Department of. Agriculture: — Wn'te Leghorns. — Slnsles — W. L. Cleland. 135: W. H. Williams, 131: Mis. M. E. Hut ton. 130. Trios— W. I* CHeland. 387; W. B. Wl':ams. 3SS: W. L. Cleland, 352. Teams — W. L. CIc'.snd. 719: C. G. Gavin. 639. 120 ST. ann 57. Trios.— V. P. Gameau. 234; 120 57. and 57. Trios — V. F. Gameau, 234; Ea-1 Bros.. 143. Black Orpingtons. — Singles — A. E. T'-1- hurst. 141 and 137; J. H. Aird & Son. 135. Trf» — A. E. T'-lmrst. 3?2; E. L. Osborn. 317: W. B. Williams. 231. Tearr'— A. E. T~'vr-t. 5*4: Mrs. K. Southon. 452. Scores from Aorll 1 to September 29 (182 dam) In the 5CIi esslayln? contest at M-. K. D. Cain's nronerty at'Ma-^!l:— White l.erhprns.^-S'.n'Ies— A. . M .Whlt tenbuiy. 134: N. F. RJclJiTdson. J22 »nd 121: U O. Stanton. 116. Trios— W. P. Rich ardson. 348; R. M. Wblttenbury. 327; L. O Stanton 302. Black Orpingtons.— Singles— E...
Advertiser Crosswords—192 THE CLUES ACROSS [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 3 October 1931
Advertiser Crosswords — 192 TBE CLUB ACROSS L Throw. — Boanant 9. Disabled. 13. Coin. 24. Small dwelling, 15. F-T*'*'1 16. Compile. 17. Colon. '19. Drop. 20. Fades. ,2L Keenly. ?22. Leaven. '25. Projection. 27. Suffer. ?28. Vehicle. 3L Woven fabric 34. TUfypnnw. 36. SkOL 37. Disloyally. 38. Lament 39. Tentacle. 4L Weapon. 43. Freed. 44. Conducted. 46. Sheltered side. 48. Relieved. 51. Spectacle. 53. Hollows. 56. Distant. 57. Pause. 59. Grain. a. Bace. 6L Snooze. 61. Large spoon. 63. Carrier. wL JUUlSfiJa 65. Veofeble. DOWN X. Complement 2. jftramine. S. Expectorate. 4. Bopes. & Tool f. Flow. 8. Bear witnecr 9. GtenerosB. 10. Affirm. 11. IteMSft. «a 'Wilt J— » mt ? ? ' jl£* wmnpoob a 17. A1*tPP^ 18.Bedined. 23. Qjjgtn tXm, 24. Support. 25. flower. 26. Softened. 28. Water-irajr. . 29 Ship. 30. Slocks. 32. Anger. 33. Mistake. 34. Capsule. 35. Pointer. 40. Freedom. 42. High rank. 44. Undevelopea. 45. Period. 47. pSore secure * 48. Termination. 49. Due. 50. Relation. 51* Agnsemeo...
CHANCE TO LEAVE STATE [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 3 October 1931
CHANCE TO LEAVE STATE A charge against ;Bobert Bean of having had insufficient lawful means of support was adionrned unta Wed nesday by Mr. H. M. Muirhead. SM, in the Adelaide Police Court yesterday. He oleaded Euilty. The Police Prosecutor -Mr. R. A. Lenthall) said Ban had arrived re cently from another State. He had asked for a chance to leave the State.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 3 October 1931
j ||jjE|i UeliciOLis \ choice fish p«aste Tasty, simple, -quick ? REX Salmonelle on fingers of toast for morning tea, afternoon tea or supper. Another dainty which takes a little longer but is always rushed by the men — thin slices of buttered bread spread with , REX Salmonelle, rolled neatly &- browned in a hot oven. REX Salmonelle in dainty glass jars & — the Australian fish paste with |B_ the delicate, distinctive flavour. ^fi? SALMONELLE JJastrolim and Diitindivt Foggitt Jones Pty. Limited— Curers of the choice REX Hams and Bacon
Efforts to Eliminate Butter Substitutes Melbourne, October 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 3 October 1931
Efforts to Eliminate Batter Substitutes Melbourne. October 2. A meeting of the Australian Dairy Council was held yesterday. Serious consideration was given to the menace to the dairying industry of Australia of the manufacture and distribution of butter substitutes. It was decided to continue me efforts to wards eUminattae this adulteration. It was contended! that the inclusion of butter or butter-fat in such com position should be prohibited, in view of the fact that dairying at present was the leadine primary industry, in Australia and the industry should be protected aealnst all substitutes mas qi''adin? as butter. Mr. C. E. D. Meares (N.S.W.) was appointed chairman for the ensuing twelve months.
ARRIVED YESTERDAY [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 3 October 1931
ARRIVED YESTERDAY Dortmund, s.. 5.138. Winter, from Ant werp. George Wills & Co. Kooraka. hue., 300, J. Williamson, from Port Vincent. MlWura, c. 3,359. Flnlay, from eastern 6tates. Maodonald, Hamilton ft Co. Mulcra. sub.. 1A67. 'W. S. Klmball. from Spencer Gulf ports. Warrawes. t, 423, G McKay, from Ardros san.
SAILING TODAY (Circumstances permitting) [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 3 October 1931
SAILING TODAY (Circumstances nennltUne) Largs Bay. for eastern: States, evening, from Outer Harbor. Aberdeen and Com monwealth Line. MUdura. for Rockhampton, via eastern States, noon, from Queen's Wharf. Mac donald. Hamilton & Co. Ceramic, for eastern States, midnight, from Outer Harbor. Dalgety to Co. Warrawee. for Klngscote and Hog Bay. 8 ojn.. from McLaren Wharf. Coast Steam shlos. Kooraka. for Editbburgh. 9 ajn., from McLaren Wharf. Coast RfrMnp«fti-pg Mulcra. for Spencer Gulf ports, noon, from Commercial Wharf. Adelaide Steam ship Co. MONDAY Karoola. for eastern States, from No. 2 Quay. Mcnwralth. McEachara, Ltd. Broadway, for Bardwlcke Bay. from Port Adelaide. »iirinw» steamship Co. 'MlnT'i''. for Port Lincoln, 7 p*' . from Copper Co.1*. wharf. Adelaide Steamship Co.
BISHOP OF WILLOCHRA AND DRINK PROBLEM RELIGION AND HOTEL BARS To the Editor [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 3 October 1931
BISHOP OF WILLOCHRA AND DRINK PROBLEM RELIGION AND HOTEL BARS To the Editor Sir— When men of high positions in the 'Church compare tea and cocoa with beer and other alcoholic drinks, and talk of religion in the hotel bar, one is surprised at their lack of knowledge of men and things. In my long life I have never met a man or woman who caused injury and ruin to others by indulgence in tea or cocoa. But I have known many women, and men who by drinking alcoholic liquors have ruined their health, squandered their wealth, and dragged down their families with them to destitution and misery. If a man applies to insure his life, he is not questioned regarding the use of tea or cocoa. The liquor business does not deal in useful articles; it is a traffic in a harmful drug. Ask the Com missioner of Police. 'Why are so many policemen needed?' If we could get a true religious sentiment in the hotel bars I think one of the first re solutions would be, 'Let us end this traffic.' — I am. Sir. &...
OVERSEAS. LONDON, October 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 3 October 1931
OVERSEAS. LONDON, October 1. Arrival.— At London, MstakHmi and Ben Cruachan. At Plymouth, Maloja. At Pa- mouth. Pennyworth. At Colombo. Magde burg. At Manila. Nellore. At Los Angeles, Athel Queen. Passed Perlm, Bendigo. Departures.— From Dakar, Zouave. From Port Said. Femdale For Australia.— From Port Said. Mooltan and Cephee. From Table Bay. MoseL From Gibraltar. Otranto. From Las Palmes, Psndsbuig. From New Westminster. Waiotapu. From San. Fran cisco. Monowai.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 3 October 1931
/prices^duced\ I UNDER I I PROOF I I Square Imperial Quart, 14/3 I I Square Imperial Pint 7/6 I I Square Reputed Quart 10/6 I \ Square Reputed Pint 5/6 / \ 5-ounce Pocket Flask 2/3 / \ Miniature 4-ounces 2/- / \ j.d.k.z. / \ SCHNAPPS / ^k Quarts, per bottle ll/- f \ Pints „ „ 6/- / \ Flasks - ? 2/6 / h?°hfor.. \ / Obtainable theVMeHeart\ /from all Hotels,, label - - - X / LicensedGrocm
INTER-STATE [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 3 October 1931
INTER-STATE MELBOURNE. October 2.— Arrived — Period and Wear, from Newcastle. Sailed — Mangda. for Singapore; Oonah. for Bumie: Hula, for New Zealand: Ashridge. for Newcastle: Woniora, for Hobart: Broad way, for Adelaide: Cardross for Brisbane; New Zealand, for Sydney. SYDNEY.— October 2— Arrived: Macumba, from Newcastle: Northern Firth, from Bris bane; Time, from Adelaide; Canadian High lander, from Montreal; Montreal Mara, from 'Mllke: Morunda, from New Hebrides. Sailed— Maxsina. for Newcastle; Yarra, for Melbourne; Maunganul, for Auckland.
Movements of Vessels DUE TODAY [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 3 October 1931
Movements of Vessels DDE TODAY Lares Bay. from London, via Suez. noon. Outer Harbor. Aberdeen and Common wealth Line. Ceramic from Liverpool, via the Cape. 330 pjn.. Outer Harbor. Dalgety & Co. Mlnnipa. from Fort Lincoln 7 «'» Copper Co.'s Wharf. Adelaide steamship Co. MONDAY' Karoola. from Fremantle. No. 2 Quay. Mcnwralth. McEachara. Limited. Broadway, from Melbourne at Port Ade laide. Adelaide Steamship Co. Kapara. from Newcastle, at Port Ade laide. Adelaide Steamship Co. Warrawee. from Klngscote and Hog Bay. evening, McLaren Wharf. Coast Steam ShlDS. Kooraka, from Bdlthburgh. 3 pjn., Mc Laren Whan. Coast Steamships.