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TO HELP CHILDREN OF UNEMPLOYED [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931
TO HELP CHILDREN OF UNEMPLOYED To help children of unemployed to get new clothes for the Rosewater Methodist Sunday-school anniversary to be held this month, the kindergarten teachers held a Jumble sale and concert in the church schoolroom on Saturday night. The proceeds amounted to £7 3/. The ar rangements were in the hands of M:ss Gladys Thomas, the leader of the kinder garten teachers. Items for the concert were given by Misses Li;y McDonald. Mavis, Griffon. Phyllis White. Jean Sinclair, Edna WUicker. Shirley Brooks. Tnelma Johnson. Lois Hill. Doreen Harvey, Fonda Robinson, Masters Alfred Allen and Howard Higgler, and the kiiiderearten children. Novelty dancing numbers by pupils el Miss Gvtea FrcaK were well received. Mr. Horace Bcas'.-T presided.
PRETENDER TO LOST SPANISH THRONE Death Of Don Jaime, Bourbon Prince SUCCESSOR ANNOUNCED PARIS, October 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931
PRETENDER TO LOST SPANISH THRONE Death Of Don Jaime, Bourbon Prince SUCCESSOR ANNOUNCED PARIS, October 3. Within a week of his reconciliation with ex-King Alfonso of Spain, end- &lt;*> ing a life-long feud. Prince Don Jaime of Bourbon, the Soanish Pretender. died suddenly from heart failure, aged €1. The body now lies in state, accord ing to ihe custom of the Bourbons, dressed in the robes of a Franciscan monk and wearing all decorations. A message from Madrid reports that the Jaimist circle has decided to sup port another Pretender in the person of Don Alfonso of Anjou, aged 82, the uncle of Don Jaime, brother of the former Pretender, Don Carlos. Don Jaime, Prince of Bourbon and Duke of Madrid, was the son of the famous Don Carlos and of Marguerite, Princess of Bourbon-Parma. Don Carlos, whose branch of the house re nounced the succession in 1712, became the Legitimist claimant to the throne in 1868. and after the flight of Isabella, the Carlisis actively resisted the Pr...
SOCIAL AT THE ABATTOIRS [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931
SOCIAL AT THE ABATTOIRS In the Methodist Church, Mrs. S. Sykes arranged an American tea In aid of the coo! drinks and Ice cream stall at the forthcoming Methodist fete. Items were given by Mrs. H. Sykes, Misses Jessie Wax son, S. Dall. and Ruth Malthouse. and Mr. Goodeough. Miss S. Dall gave a lecture on her travels abroad. Competitions were won by Mrs. W. Casson and Miss M. Smith.
PRIME MINISTER AT SEAHAM LONDON, October 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931
PRIME MINISTER AT SEAHAM LONDON, October 3. The Prune Minister Mr. Ramsay MacDonald) had a mixed reception last night, when he went to his elec- &lt;*> torate. Seaham, to defend the steps he took la the national crisis. Although hs subsequently testified his pleasure at his reception at Sea ham, Mr. W. G. Coxon, the local Labor Party secretary, who had received a reminder from headQuarters that nobody expelled from the party could be nominated for an election, an nounced after the meeting that the party adhered to its decision to secure another representative. Mr. MacDonald declined to say to day whether he would again contest the Seaham seat. He said he would have to examine the position before he decided. Mr. MacDonald, wearing a red car nation in his buttonhole, smilingly stepped out of his motor car last night to face an assemblage of 100 delegates, over whom Mr. Thomas Nelson, a work ing miner, presided. Police reinforcements, whose presence was due to rumors of a Co...
SOCIAL AND DANCE AT GLADSTONE [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931
SOCIAL AND DANCE AT GLADSTONE The last of the dance club's series of dances was held in the institute ball. The decorations were arranged by Mrs. B. Boucaut with pear blossom, gum leaves. and Chinese lanterns., me supper room was arranged with flowers by Mrs. H. R. Clark from Mr. H. B. MdAchlan'e garden. Music was provided by Mr. Tom King's orchestra. Vocal Items were given by Mr. Phil Peake. of Adelaide. The arrangements for the season have been carried out by Dr. H. R. P. Boucaut (president), Messrs. W. Thomson and J. F. Dowllng (vice presidents). Mesdames F. C. Spotswood, L. Carthew. H. Boucaut, H. B. MrTiWchinn, H. E.. Clark. Misses Doris Finch. BeU Thomson, IJll Budge, Eula Grubb. end Joan Budge, Messrs. W. B. Clark. J. Duval. H. B. McLachlan. A. T. Graham, R. M. Jtchnstone. J. V. Thomson, G. Kearney, M. Ditty. C. Baumann. L. W. Harslett (com mittee), and Mr. F. C. Spotswood (secre tary). Mr. J. F. Dowiing asked Messrs. J. T. Bergln and J. A. McCarthy to speak.
BRITISH ELECTION DIFFICULTIES Formula Hunting Prolongs Uncertainty LIBERALS AGAINST HASTE Public Grows Impatient LONDON, October 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931
BRITISH ELECTION DIFFICULTIES Formula Hunting Prolongs Uncertainty LIBERALS AGAINST HASTE Public Grows Impatient LONDON, October 3. After a meeting which lasted four hours today, the executive of the National Liberal Party heard statements by Sir Herbert Samuel and Sir A. Sinclair, after which they carried a resolution endors ing their leader's resistance to a pre cipitate election. The resolution declared that the pro posed general tariff would have ft*i un happy effect, increasing the cost of living, following wage cuts and in creased taxation. They added they would adhere as firmly as ever to free trade as the only basis enabling re storation of national and international prosperity. The Liberal executive will meet again en Monday. The prolongation of the uncertainty about an election and its issues un doubtedly tends to discredit the poli ticians in the eyes of the public, be sides exposing the country to foreign criticism. Nevertheless, there are ex planations. Firstly, the sit...
BALL AT YANKALILLA [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931
BALL AT YANKALILLA A wattle blossom ball was held in the Institute, which was decorated. The Tankallila Orchestra provided music for dancing. A special prize presented by F. E. Fauldlne for the bees evening dress was won by Miss F. Ness (Second Valley). The Judges were Mesdames Carfish. Edwards,' and Mr. A. Walsh. The lucky spot dances i were won by Mr. J- Raye and Miss Stone, «mi Mr. Hunt and' Miss G. Coombe. The supper arrangements were In the hands of Miss J. J. KeUy. Mr. Andrew Walsh i had charge of the proceedings.
GREAT TRADE REVIVAL BEGINS IN BRITAIN Industrial Activity Absorbs Thousands Of Workless FOREIGN MARKETS CAPTURED All-Round Rally On Stock Exchange LONDON, October 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931
GREAT TRADE REVIVAL BEGINS IN BRITAIN Industrial Activity Absorbs Thousands Of Workless FOREIGN MARKETS CAPTURED All-Round Rally On Stock Exchange LONDON, October 3. "First signs of trade revival. Many orders from abroad. Mar- &lt;*> kets being captured. Idle men called back to work," are the cheering Leadlines from today's "Daily Telegraph," and many other newspapers are taking an equally optimistic view of the situation. Indeed, reports from all parts of the United Kingdom indicate a definite revival in trade, the favorable currency position en abling industries to re-enter markets which bad been closed to them for many years. Among the industries experiencing a revival may be mentioned shipbuilding, engineering, coalmin ing, cotton, artificial silk, and timber. Mills and blast fur- ■■ naces are being opened again, after a long period of inactivity. - Ships, which have been laid up in borne harbors for a long time, have left their moorings to take coal cargoes to Medite...
GREAT TRADE IN DRIED FRUITS Nearly All Australian Stocks Sold Already LONDON, October 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931
GREAT TRADE IN DRIED FRUITS Nearly All Australian Stocks Sold Already LONDON, October 3. The Australian dried fruit season this year has been unprecedented in the history of the trade, for already almost the whole of the arrivals have been sold, and it is expected that by the mififlif of this Ttirvntfoj there will be no stocks left in first hands. Some idea of the volume of trade done may be gathered from the fact thai the quantity of sultanas sold to the end of September this year is five times, and that of lexias seven times, as great as in the same period of 1930. The sales of currants have increased by 50 per cent Sultanas realised an average price of £8 above that of 1930. without reckoning the benefit from the favorable exchange. The prices of lexias and currants were practically Good Demand for Butter *Vh? usual seasonal advance in but ter has been, assisted by exchange con siderations, and prices-have risen about 4/. This week the demand is well maintained at a higher level,...
BRITISH WOOL INDUSTRY STIMULATED Currency Changes Have Marked Effect LONDON, October 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931
BRITISH WOOL INDUSTRY STIMULATED Currency Changes Have Marked Effect LONDON, October 3. The official representative in London of the Australian Woolgrowers' Council (Mr. Devereux) reports that during the week all the wool markets have under- gone an adjustment in accordance with the dianginf conditions of foreign ex changes. The advance in prices at the London sales now corresponds to the depreciation in tte English cur rency. British buying has continued to dominate the market. Germany has i been buying fairly steadily, and Bel gium and Alsace-Lorraine have made fair purchases. Buyers hi the north of France have operated very spar ingly. Prices continued to advance early in the week, but, later, a less excited tone prevailed. The average greasy Mennc ruled in the buyers' favor, but some extra super wools were higher. There was a strong demand for fine medium greasy crossbred, and prices were still further improved. There was better de mand for scoured Merino combing wools, but shor...
GERMAN GOLD COVER REDUCED 9 P.C. Government Decree To Stem Flow Abroad BERLIN, October 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931
GERMAN GOLD COVER REDUCED 9 P.C. Government Decree To Stem Flow Abroad BERLIN, October 2. A sharp shrinkage in gold holdings, and the withdrawal of foreign currency to America and Holland, amointing al- &lt;*> together to £11,750,000 a week, has re- duced the gold cover from. 40 to 31 per ' cent, and has caused the Government - to decree that all beddings of Xnelga >X currencies or claims of more ttiaa £1Q against them must be placed at a?e: .: disposal ef the ffi'irtistMMiir as a Tryni 1] of stemming the flow out of the conn- X; try, failing which the discount rate wfll ? be raised. - ci* Meanwhile, Industrial economies are >; being extended, inntnatng a cot of 131 i' per cent, for Hamburg waterside workers. Two Bohr coal mines &lt;lis- £ charged 2,200 men, because of the in- >- abiluy to compete with the now cheaper British fioaL
Bold Empire Trade Move Next? Canberra, October 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931
Bold Empire Trade Move Next? Canberra, October 4. Events in Britain still overshadow the Australian political situation. Federal Ministers believe that within a few months. the changes in the British monetary policy win react tnmen^ti dously in the. Commonwealth's tewt-,^ Tin jwwfai Yt t T*TlfOr^^*^tiiO^ OH tfll^ DOSHw--52 is expected to be before Cabinet _«n€l Wednesday, when It will bold a meetr^| ing before the resumption of ParJia- -3 A direct and Immpdlate outcome *t>* the British elections anticipated by tofegi Federal Government, Is a bold move i for the promotion of trade'within, the s| Empire, a prelude to which It Is thought^ may be the holding of a special zm? 4 perial Conference in December, which i; will deal with the question of debt ad-:?5 justment as welL . ■'•'" iX'M
Abnormal Drain On India's Gold CALCUTTA. October 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931
Abnormal Drain On India's Gold CALCUTTA. October 3. Gold Is being exported from India to England, America, and Holland on an abnormal scale. Today's mall steamer Rawalpindi Is carrying a gold shipment to the value of ~ vea&r-^,. £1583.000. This unprecedented Hsm-vt^ gold lias caused p^m*™ in HMii>cnnHlft'..:■; circles in Bombay, where Indian aner- . S chants and the Chamber of Commerce . are calling on the Government to pJace.Ss an embargo on gold export. ■%./..,■
GOLF [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931
GOLF MOUNT GAMBTER—Associates of the Mount Gambler Club p[?]nyed a one-stick competition in two divisions—A division for union handicaps to 35. which was won by Miss M. GalJlard; and B division, off 35 handicap. Best scores:—A Grade— Miss M. Gaillard. 105 (33)—72; Mis. C. L. Wright. 107 &lt;28?—79; Mrs. G. Wright. JO4 (25)—79; Mrs. F. A. Smith. 113 &lt;33)—80; Miss E. C. Hay. 112 &lt;31)—81; Miss E. H. Hay. 11l '25)^-86. B Grade—Miss I. Crouch. 106 (361—70: Mrs. H. A. Bullock. 113 (36)—77; Miss MiLchell. 119 (36)—83; I Mrs. H. L. Noblett. 121 (36)—85; Mrs. I Coutts. 121 f36)—85: Miss 11. Watson. 122 (36)—86: Mrs. Kluge. 123 (30)—S7. The associates will vfr.it Portland next Thurs day. Playing with G. P. Freeman on the loca: links. H. A. Bullock holed oul in one on the eighth. This is the lirst occasion on which the Teat has been performed here. Three trophy events have been de cided by local members. W. J. White finished with seven strokes to spare from C. L. ...
CAULFIELD WEIGHTS Minor Events On Saturday OBY HURDLE Two miles 65 yards [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931
CAULFIELD WEIGHTS Minor Events On Saturday OBY HURDLE Two miles 65 yards Et J>. et lib. Horoscope ... 11 13 deify ? J Kendler .. .. 11 9 Rapier ..... S 7 Prince of CananDy .... 9 S KUICe samosll Slthurtel* .... 8 5 Fltoota -. •• 11 sLanlrol ....95 Drake 10 8 Antonyon ... 9 3 Flavedo 10 BNerettl .. ..9 3 Flrmeroi .. .. 10 7 Provost Beonul 10 7 Winter 9 3 Isocrates .- .. W T Analogical ... ? 0 Po'iYEonum . .10 5 Bon Haven ..SO Taciturn .. -. W SClteoux .. ..9 0 Vanto .- -- 10 2 Purple Cap ..9 0 Caramelb .... 9 13 Ray Mettus ..9 0 Hyde Park. . 910 Romany Prince 9 0 Royal Comedian 9 10 Tangent .... 9 0 CAULFIELD STAKES Standard WJA One mile and a iuriong Cimbrian .... 9 4 Pnar Lap ... | 1 Parkwood ... 9 4 Vlgne 9 1 Force 9 4 Waterline ... 9 1 Darpuna .... 9 1 Lineage .... 813 Glare 9 1 Idle Banter . . 7 11 Hellenist ... 9 1 Starstone . . 78 Highland .... 9 1 HERBERT POWEE HANDICAP One mile and three furlongs Second Wind . 9 7 Star God ... 7 8 Hellenist ..93 Pendennls . . 7 c Shadow K...
FIGHTING FOR TARIFF REVISION Mr. Lyons on Work of United Australian Party Melbourne, October 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931
FIGHTING FOR TARIFF REVISION Mr. Lyons on Work of United Australian Party Melbourne, October 4. The leader of the Opposition in the House of Representatives (Mr. Lyons). in a speech at Hamiltion said that when Prices fell overhead charges had to be reduced, and to ensure a mMnnunn-^g^ efficiency there most be rigid «uuiK& j? of every department. One of Vg^s fundamental features «T the policy « ■:% the United Australia Party wastafejy tence upon a reduction ol «jeritae?a ■■- costs to enable prtmary jrodnetton again to become profitable. To «Me« 5 Sis there must be an elimination ot ~ national inet?ctency and a right conf^ trol of national fl"«"*? Apart xromr: the tow prices wUng oraraeas. «h?^ was probably nothing wnttaWnf v against the recovery of primary tndnsr-i^ M^muchasthetariE Thepntteajjg Australia Party was. therefore, putting i g up a determined fl*t In Jawir «IJ?--^ revision of the present uneMoarioN duties. . • .- -::.;~3;j|
TASMANIAN FINAL Hobart, October 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931
TASMANIAN FINAL Hobart, October 4. in a heavy downpour of rain and on a ground that was covered with big pools of water, Cananore defeated North Laun-&lt;*> ceston In the State Premiership match on Saturday by one point, the winning score being kicked a few seconds before the ball rang. Scores were:—Cananore. 7 goals 7 behlnds; North lAtinceston. 7 cools 6 behlnds.