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LABOR TRIES TO RECRUIT CLERGY Article In "Advocate" Distributed [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931
LABOR TRIES TO RECRUIT CLERGY Article In "Advocate" Distributed The Labor Party has followed up its reply to Bishop Thomas my making an effort to influence clergymen in pre- &lt;*> paring their addresses for Industrial Sunday. "The secretary of the party (Mr. F. F. Ward) stated on Saturday that the executive had decided to send to all ministers of churches in which Indus trial Sunday would be observed a copy of an article on "Working Classes and Industrial Sunday," appearing in the "Labor Advocate" of October 3, with a request that it be used as a basis for the sermons to be preached on that day. The article gives the reasons for the refusal of the Labor Party to accept the invitation of the Bishop, and states "that the pulpit, like the press, has been used and abased in the interests of the privileged class, and against the masses;" . and, "notwithstanding the persistent and consistent anti-Labor attitude of many of the churches, thou-. sands of workers still continue as...
ASSAULTED BY PACK OF HOODLUMS Constable Stoned And Kicked Sydney, October 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931
ASSAULTED BY PACK OF HOODLUMS Constable Stoned And Kicked Sydney, October 4. Constable Vincent Harner, of Pad,- &lt;*> dington, was the victim of a cowardly assault by hoodlums at a hall in Clo- &lt;*> velly late on Saturday night. He was punched and kicked and pelted with stones. Apparently there was no rea son for the attack. The constable went to St. Luke's hall. Clovelly. where his wife had gone to a dance with friends. He intended to drive her home. Before his arrival at the hall about 20 hoodlums who had i gained admission to the dance, had! been fighting among themselves and annoying the dancers. On Constable Harner's entry they began to create a disturbance again. "Here's a mug copper," one of them said. This was followed immediately by an attack on the constable. He was surrounded and driven into a comer of the hall. Insults were hurled at him and his wife. The gang began violently to attack him. He was pushed out of the hall and knocked to the roadway...
DRIED FRUIT PRODUCTION EXPERIENCE AT RENMARK To the Editor [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931
DRIED FRUIT PRODUCTION EXPERIENCE AT RENMARK To the Editor I am. Sir, &co., S. RAMSAY-COX, Renmark. Sir—Some years ago there was a cry that we should produce more fruit. New lands were opened up, 2nd new mortgages were opened as. well Be- cause, just now, dried fruit seems to have got a little lift, the cry is again, "Produce more by opening up more land, and get to work and grow it!" I've been at the game for several years, and would tjitp ts\^ public to know the facts. On the basis of an average of one ton of dried .fruit to the acre, the expenses incurred and the price realised on the 1930 crop were:—Dr.—Packing. £5: water rates, £2 5/; manure, £1; pruning, £1 5/; cultivating, £1; har vesting, £5: total, £15 10/. Cr.—l ton currants, £26 3/8; balance, £10 13/8. In these figures I have, if anything, given the grower the best outlook in regard to expenses. So, taking an average 10-acre block, he gets less than £120 per annum, for which he has to work rather more than eight h...
VIEWS AND COMMENTS FARMERS' DEBTS ADJUSTMENT POSITION OF LENDERS To the Editor [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931
VIEWS AND COMMENTS FARMERS' DEBTS ADJUST MENT POSITION OF LENDERS To the Editor I am, Sir, &co., R. BEDFORD, Kyancutta. Sir—In reply to criticisms of my committee's proposed scheme, I must contradict the idea that a fictitious price of 4/6 per bushel was decided on. No price was fixed at an. wnen tne i price of wheat is at the prices quoted, | the basis of repayment would be as stated. If the pmoe of wheat is 2/3 per bushel, It would work out at a loss to the grower; therefore he would not be able to make any payments for his antecedent debts. The same point applies today with the Farmers' Relief Act. At present parity the merchants who provided new money to sow last season's crop will, in numerous cases, take the largest portion of the finan cial return from the total crop. This will leave a very email margin, for any antecedent debts, after sufficient has been eet aside for the coming crop. One critic describes the scheme as fan tastical. I would remind him, as well as the...
NO EDUCATION CUT UNTIL WASTE SHOWN Premier's Declaration [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931
NO EDUCATION CUT UNTIL WASTE SHOWN Premier's Declaration "There will be no arbitrary cut in the education vote until those who desire the cut have shown where any waste is occurring," declared the Pre- &lt;*> mier (Mr. Hill) at the Back to Pavne nam school celebrations on Satur day. "I am satisfied from my long experi ence as head of the Education Depart ment that no money is b^ine wasted tVst our pvstem is as e?Wnt as that cf imv Austi-alian Sta'e. and that our education costs are lower than those of any State, excepting Tasmania," he said.
"STEERING BETWEEN SCYLLA AND CHARYBDIS" [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931
"STEERING BETWEEN SCYLLA AND CHARYBDIS" I am. Sir, &co. H. C. HOGBEN, Hon. Secretary, Political Reform League. Sir—Australia is now following Pro- &lt;*> fessor T. E. Gregory's theory of a de- &lt;*> flation, accomplished by some release of credits, partly to try to stabilise prices and.partly to cushion the fall. The nation is reducing costs by the necessary Premiers' Plan, and at the same time issuing credits to ease the fall. The process is being carried on by the banks purchasing Common wealth Treasury bills. The note issue has also been expanded from £46,000,000! to £52,000.000; but the noles in circula tion do not seem to be increasing, probably because some are going into ••hoards." Up to the present time, pricos have not risen as a result of the Australian policy, partly because it is not- a true inflation of the currency, partlv because the country is living to a large extent on bankrupt stock, and partly because, until recently, world prices c...
INFLATION AND OPTIMISM "RIVAL SCHEMES OF BORROWING" To the Editor [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931
INFLATION AND OPTIMISM "RIVAL SCHEMES OF BORROW ING" To the Editor I am, Sir, &co. E. L. ST. JOHN-COLEMAN. Sir—Having read Mr. A. T. Wre- &lt;*> ford's letter. I would put the following case before him for his opinion. The Government is in want, say. of £40.aw,000. II it borrows that sum at 4 per cent.. £1,583,333 per year would be payable as interest for an Indefinite period, as there is no prospect of pay in* any of the principal off. Alter natively, the Government inflates ths currency with half paper and half sil ver, chareing the taxpayers 3 per cent., about £1549,000 per year on the £40.000.000 loan, and lends the money | at 3 per cent, to f annere. producers, and manufacturers. Under this plan of inflation the taxpayer and borrower win return to the Government annually £2,499,998 for 17 years, at the *™>\ of which time the £40,000,000 will be paid off and still be in circulation, retura ine to the Government £1,249.000 annu ally. Under the old borrowing ...
GOLD STANDARD AND TRADE LABOR'S POLICY APPROVED To the Editor [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931
GOLD STANDARD AND TRADE LABOR'S POLICY APPROVED To the Editor I am, Sir, &co. J. J. A. WEATHERS. Sir—Regarding Mr. H. C. Hogben's challenge, we may recall the dreadful consequences predicted by the economic experts, if Australia adopted Labor's proposals, involving the abolition of the gold standard (for all practicable pur poses within Australia), the issue of £20,000,000 national credit, and the sta bilisation of prices at 1929 levels. These proposals, together with the setting up of a central reserve bank, were the fundamentals of economic recovery, as proposed by Labor, and were turned down bjr the Senate, at the behest of organised financial institutions. As an alternative, Australia was forced to accept tiie Associated Banks' policy Che Premiers' Plan) of intensified de flation, which is now recognised as illogical, and has culminated in national economic breakdown. Britain rose to the occasion to arrest the results of a mad and mistaken policy, and scrap ped the gold ...
"TARIFF MISAPPREHENSIONS" CHALLENGE TO FREE TRADERS To the Editor [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931
"TARIFF MISAPPREHENSIONS" CHALLENGE TO FREE TRADERS To the Editor I am. Sir. &co., T. S. NETTLEFOLD. President Australian Industries Pro tection League, Melbourne. Sir—The public is becoming con- &lt;*> fused over protection and the tariff. This arises from the fact that free traders seek to destroy the policy by attacking the instrument. The policy, iin brief, is the establishment and preservation of Australian industries, primary and secondary, and the in strument for tile accomplishment of these aims is the tariff. But the tariff is designed to achieve more Bian imp purpose. Under normal conditions its objectives are:—(a) The raising of moneys for the conduct of Govern ment services by means of revenue duties on articles not made or pro duced in the Commonwealth; and &lt;b) The protection of local industries by the imposition of duties designed to preserve Australian markets to Aus tralian manufacturers and producers. But times are not normal. As a con ...
TRUE DEMOCRACY EDUCATION IN SOCIAL SCIENCE To the Editor [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931
TRUE DEMOCRACY EDUCATION IN SOCIAL SCIENCE To the Editor I am. Sir. &co. THOS. DUFFIELD, Burnside. Sir-Is the present implementing of machinery for conducting community affairs equal to the altered conditions? If not. it is the essence of the free- dam we enjoy as Britishers to make readjustments. As showing value for that privilege. Mr. L. S. Araery. when touring the Empire as Secretary for the Dominions in 1927, stated, in an address at Durban—"The most re- &lt; markable thing about the British Em pire, is its capacity for adjustment to meet the needs of changing times."; We may well utilise that ability to combat the distressful times we are now enduring. _ Admittedly a prime duty of free citizens is to know how to use. wisely and well, powers vested in them, rights of vital impon. to communitv, as well as personal well-being. To select, with discretion, men as law makers for Siate progression needs training, not hitherto provided for. A "pass" in socia! science s...
"FINE AND MILDER" [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931
"FINE AND MILDER" The Divisional Meteorologist reported last night: The energetic disturbance which was centred near Cape North umberland on Friday morning brought very light to light rain to the seraea areas of this State. Except in the northern and western districts, the rain was general, i?"H a few moderate falls were reported, the best being 63 paints at Watervale and 62 at Auburn. jsy Saturday morning the depression had moved into the eastern Bass Straits, and by 3 pjn. the centre was located near Sydney. Pressure rose in South Australia on Saturday with the advance of a moderate anti-cyclone, which was centred over Eyre Peninsula at 3 pjn. A few light showers fell at Adelaide, but elsewhere the weather was fine. On Sunday the anti—cyclone bad weakened and slackened its east- WEATHEB. FORECAST Fine and milder, "with winds chiefly northerly, but a wes teriy chance later in the far west. ward drift, and being centrally located over South Australia, flm? weather pre vailed with mi...
THIEVES CAUSE DAMAGE [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931
THIEVES CAUSE DAMAGE Thieves broke into the general store of Mr. A. O. B. Tapp, at -Part-road. Alberton, during the early hours of Saturday. They apparently made an unsuccessful attempt to force a front door, but eventually-got in through a window on the first floor. Several" br -s of sugar and flour were cut open r id the contents spilt, and eggs T -re smashed on the floor. The thieves got away with groceries and other articles, valued at approximately £10.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931
Leg Broken.—Falling over at his home at Cedar-avenue, Royal Park, vesterday, Mr. Charles J. Foster &lt;76) broke his thigh. He was taken to the, Adelaide Hospital. ' Policeman Injured.—While riding a bicycle along North-terrace, city, early on" Saturday morning. Sergeant Richardson, of the city police, fell be cause of a ekid. and broke his right forearm. He was taken to the Ade laide Hospital. RUB "KE^EG" ON EGGS. The perfect preservative. 1 oz. pot does 25 doz. All grocers, or send 1/9J to Percy J. A. Lawrence, Cranbrook Chambers, Adelaide. C ROSELLA SWEET GHERKINS. Grown acd packed in South Australia, najer an entirely new process- They ue not spoilt b} the iotroduction of cheminln. CY27B
GENERAL NEWS [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931
GENERAL NEWS FLEET WEEK AT PORT LINCOLN H.M.A.S. Australia is scheduled to visit Port Lincoln from- October 20 to 23, and during this period a special programme of festivities is being ar ranged by local residents. Regular tours to Port Lincoln are organised by the Government Tourist Eureau, whica will make all necessary arrangements regarding transport and accommodation for any prospective visitors from this side of the gulf. Flinders Range tours are still available, and now that weather conditions are improving. tourists are again turning their at tention to the South-East. Victor Har bor, and Kangaroo Island.
South Africans Leave For Australia CAPE TOWN, October 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931
South Africans Leave For Australia CAPE TOWN, October 4. The South African cricketers had a quiet send-off when they sailed for Australia on Saturday morning. Came- &lt;*> ron, the captain. received hundreds of nmsages of goodwill. "The teste may be beyond us, but it ■KtU be enough if ve show our friends in AQEtralia that we interpret the game according: to the dictates of sportsman ship," Cameron said. T MJCJL ASSOCIATION T.MJC.A. Cottx r. Adelaide Electric Supply Adelaide Electric Supply. 94 —R. Williams It. B. Cotton 31. Fisher 13. Stopo 10. Ingle ton 4 for 35. Woods 2 tar 17; Y.M.C.A. Colta. 6 for 38—J: Ingleton 17. Smalley M. Fisher 3 for B.
PROPORTIONAL REPRESENTATION [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931
PROPORTIONAL REPRESENTA TION A public meeting will be held in the Adelaide Town Hall tomorrow- evening under the auspices of the Proportional Representation Group. Mr. Hanna- ford, S£L-C will preside, and the pre sident CMrs. Jeanne F. Young) -win speak on "Representative Government, Its Use and Abuse." Other speakers will be Mesdames L. E. PoUnnghome and E. W. NlcbollG. Messrs. Craigie and Cameron. MP.'s. Mr. W. Gubbins, and the Rev. C. H. Nield. Resolutions will be submitted condemning present elec toral methods, and in favor of pronor tkmal representation. A series of iim&lt;>- Iteht views will be esplalnd by Mr. W. W. Francis.
5 AD AND SUNSHINE CLUB [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931
5 AD AND SUNSHINE CLUB A very attractive session of dinner music is featured in the programme to lie broadcast, by 5 AD tonight. Other Hussions feature the B.B.C. Wireless Chorus, Foster Richardson (bass). De Gnat's Instrumental Trio, the Concert Vocal Quartet, toe Chemiavsky Instru mental Trio, and-Barry Chrysler at the cinema organ, with chorus. For the fust theatre party of the Sunshine Club on October 15, at the Regent, 200 2/4 seats have been reserved in the dress circle. These will be available to mem bers of the club at ihe station office at any time' after 2 p-m. today at half price. Captain J. T. Sandow, M.G.O. 43-4Sth Battalion, has been appointed director of mobile services to the club, and Mr. C. E. Carter, one of station 5 AD'S announcers, will have charge of the eodal activities of the club. The i rosier of theatre and dance guests for j this week will be called at 6.55 tonight. A. meeting of the sunshiny concert; -part? win lie held at the studio at 8 &lt; pjn...
PALMER WINS AGAIN 8,000 See Middleweights Fight Sydney, October 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931
PALMER WINS AGAIN 8,000 See Middleweights Fight Sydney, October 4. In another great battle for the Aus- &lt;*> tralian middleweight honors, the youthful Victorian, Ambrose Palmer, successfully de- &lt;*> fended his title against Fred Hannaberry. lat Bushcutter's Bay Stadium on Saturday night. The decision on points, after IS rounds, was received with cheers and hoots. It was apparent, from the opening of the encounter that Hannaberry had the ! majority of followers. Palmer's fine work did not always earn applause, vet every effort of the contender brought forth ad miration. Palmer won because he amassed points In the initial eight rounds, during which Hannaberry was not so dashing In attack as the champion. Hannaberry. In fne closing rounds, gave an excellent dis play, but his work was not outstanding enough to obliterate the points held by the Victorian. The axientiance of S.OOO was the lsrgest Been for some months.
Whole Wheat as a Pig Fattener [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931
Whole Wheat as a Pig Fattener Mr. William Angliss, meat exporter, stated last week that it would pay the farmers to turn their wheat into bacon and pork instead of selling it in bags. At the Gawler Show on Saturday, the Roseworthy Agricultural College exhibited three pigs which had been fattened on different feeds. The par ticulars of the various rations and weight of the pigs are as follows:— (L) Whole wheat and 3 lb. of greens per day. Initial weight of pig, 48 lb.; final weight, 164 lb.; gain per day, 138 lb. (2.) Quarter part currants, quarter raisins, half crushed barley. 5 per cent, meat rapft-1, 4 lb. drin> miiir, and 3 lb. greens. Initial weight of pig, 47 lb.; final weight, 179 2b.; gain per day. 157 n>. (3.) Raisins and 3 lb. of greens per day. Ration later changed by substi tuting half the raisins with pea meal. Initial weight of pig, 46 lb.; final weight, 104 lb.; gain per day. .69 lb. At a later date the actual quantity lof feed consumed and the cost will be made ...