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TELEGRAMS FROM MANAGER [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931

TELEGRAMS FROM MANAGER S.A. Oil Wells.— No. 8 bore— S28 ft. fluid In well; estimated production by bailing 150 gallons a day; three-inch pump being ordered, which should double pro duction. No. 6 bore — Bole cleaned out. 135 ft. fluid giving 120 gallons of cil. Mid v/ret bore— Depth 1.247',i ft. Cored Into oil sand. 16-2 ft, with splendid showing of oiL

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British Football LONDON, October 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931

British Football LORDOH. October 3. Results of British football matches played today ace: — - TOE LEAGUE * Fhst Division Wanderers X Newcastle United 1; Chelsea 2. -Liverpool 0; Everton 3, Blackpool 2; Grimsby Town 3. atmtoi 1; Manchester ?City 1. Sheffield United 1: Middlesbrough L Huddersneld Town -0; Sheffield Wednes day 1, Aston vnia 0: Sunderiand 2. Black bum Sana 2; West Bromwlcb Albion 4, Derby County 0; West Ham United 1, Leicester City 4. - . . Second Dfvfakm Barasley 0. Plymouth Argyle 0: Bradford 'Ota 'U Bury 3: Bnmleya. . Manchester United 0? Chesterfield -4, Tottenham Hot spurs 2; Leeds United S. Oldham Athletic 0;- MOlwaJl 2. Port Vale 2iKpttJngham Forest a, Notto County I; Breston Korai End 1, Bradfend O; Southampton 1, Wol verhampton Wanderers 3; Stoke City 4, Charlton Athletic 0; Swansea Town 2, Bristol City ». . TfaW DMsten xanpflicni) Bournemouth and Boscombe 3. Mansfleld Town -2: Bristol Bove»' 0, Norwich: City. U Cardiff Oity s. Brentford .2: Clapton Orient 2, S...

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TIN RETURNS [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931

TIN RETURNS Nawng Pet.— Worked 254 hours, treated 13,200 cubic yards: recovered 1226 tons of tin oxide. Revenue, £898; expenditure, ; £670. ' I Satupulo. — 532; 72.000; 18. Ore realised! £1,412. Output was affected by heavy flcxids washing tailings into paddock, necs sitating turning the dredge to clear; now going ahead; expect better output.

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MINING NEWS ARROW GOLD MINING COMPANY [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931

MINING NEWS ARROW GOLD MINING COMPANY The secretary of the Arrow Gold Mining Company. N.L., advises receipt of the fol lowing telegram from the manager, da^ed October 2:— 'Drive In 27 ft., fair values in face: assay at 18 ft, 2 oz. 19 dwt. 2 gr. over IS inches; at 21 ft, 16 oz. 2 dwt. 8 gr. over 20 Inches: at 24 ft, 16 oz. 11 dwt. 21 gr. over 16 Inches. On account broken nature of lode difficult to get accu rate sample, would, advise cutting down values considerably before reporting.'

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WINDY WEATHER FOR GOLF Saturday's Competitions [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931

WINDY WEATHER FOR GOLF Saturday's Competitions Golfers on Saturday playea under diffi cult conditions, due to a .stlfl breeze, which made low scoring difficult: — Royal Adelaide Members competed in Canadian four, somes. Results:— R. C. Forbes and P. R. Newang. 83 (12)— 71: L. A. Wilson and R. E. Magarey. 95 (22)— 73; H. M. Gay and H. M. Linklater. 79 (5)— 74; F. L. WaU and Guy Lendon, 83 (10)— 73; G. D. Eayward and W. Hayward. 83 (9)— 74; L. H. Haslam and W. P. Stuart. 83 (8)— 75; L. C. Toms and F. H. Makln. 85 (10)— 75; T. G. Wilson and D. C. Turner. 84 (9)— 75: T. Barr-Smitb, Jun. and I. D. Mc Lactlan. 94 (9)— 75: Ackland Giles and H. O-H. Giles. 88 -13)— 75: C. Matters and R. F. Matters. 94 (19)— 75; H. L. Bowen. and W. H. Christophers. 84 (8) — 76: T. Camp bell and K. B. Scarfe. S2 (IS)— 76; £-. Dawson and J. L. Lewis. 89 (12)— 77; H. K. Fry and A. F. Stokes, 87 (20)— 77; T. Morris and L K. Kalnes, 85 (8)— 77: T. Gluts and W. H. Skinner. 100 (21)— 79. Kooyonga The second qualify...

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SATURDAY'S STOCK EXCHANGE BUSINESS [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931

SATURDAY'S STOCK EXCHANGE ! BDSrNESS Pales, ttxrether with markets to 12.15 T-.m_ to* stocks and -=hnres listed on tbe Stock Ex^hanee of Ade'alde. are shown below. In Cemmornven'.tri Loans. the hn!f-year:y npr'.ods mpitioned refer to due dates of Interest payments. Gustations In paren tribes re''-?» to ?provioi's sales: — COMMONWEALTH LOANS 3?i p.c. 1947. March 15— Sept. 15 (£74). B. £75. 4 p.c. 1938. June 15— Dec. 15 (£84 5/). B. £84 15/, S. £85. sales £84 12/6, £84 16/3. 4 p.c. 1941. May 15— Nov. 15 (£81 17/6). B. £81 15/. 4 p.c. 1944. April 15— Oct. 15 (£80). sales £81 12/6. £31 15/. 4 p.c. 1947. March 15— Sept. 15 (£79). B. £79 51. 4 p.c. 1950. Feb. 15— Aug. 15 (£79). B. £79. S. £80. 4 P.C. 1953. Jan. 15-^uIy 15 (£77 15/). B. £77 15/. S. £78 10/. sales £78 10/. 4 p.c. 1955. June 15 — OX. 15 (£76 15/). B £77 15/. S. £79 10'. 4 D.c. 1957. May 15— Nov. 15 (£76 IS/). B. £78. sales £78. £78 2/6. 4 p.c, 1959. April 15— Oct. 15, B. £78, sales £78, £78 2/6 4 p.c, 1961. March 15— Sept. 1...

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METALS MOSTLY WEAKER But Barrier Shares Improve [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931

I METALS MOSTLY WEAKER But Barrier Shares Improve In epite of the easier trend In the Lon don markets for lead and speiter. Barriers Improved on the Stock ExchanEe or Ade laide on Saturday, but provided little business. Copper and tin stocks were life less. More attention was paid to gold mlnlns companies' shares, and the princi pal lines displayed a distinctly firmer ten dency. AithouRh tradinR In Common wealth consolidated stocks was restricted to five Issues, the aswreeate turnover was In the vicinity of £5.000 worth, and values continued oa the up Erade. General In vestments and Industrials were quiet, and alterations In quotations were confined to narrow limits. The following table shows how Satur day's closing cash sales compared with preceding ones: — Rises Commonwealth. 4 per cent.. 1938 .. 11/3 Commonwealth 4 per cent., 1953 .. 15/ Commonwealth 4 per cent., 1957 .. 27/6 B.H. South ? 4-/3d. North B.H. ? .. 6d. Zinc Corporation, ord ? .. .. 3d. Deloralne Blocks, con. .. .. ??...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931

Fashion Decrees Wider Brims [?] Style I. Smart Tiro tone. Straw, in three sizes. 21',i. 22. 23 in. Trimmed carded rib bon. Shades of Navy with White, Beige with White. Brown with White. At SNSYDS. 9/1L yjj \ / Jj ^^ Three Styles each 9/11 STYLE 2. Far Ma trons' Wear. Large head fitting. Shades of Navy .Brown, Beige, and Black. At SNETDS. 9/11. Many similar styles In 23 ln. head fitting at the same price. Select Your Style Today! [?] STYLE 3. Becoming two-tone Straw, ban ded corded ribbon. In ;ood shades of Black and White. Navy and White, Brown and White, Saxe and White. At SNEYDS, 9/1L I m? BUSY BUNDLE STREET DRAPERS 5/6 Floral Art Satins to go for 2/6 2/6 yard. Flannel for Middy Coats now 3/1 1 Stunning Frocks of Rare Beauty f Marocaine Frock For the smart Matron: AA /A well cot, perfect fitting. 1X11 /1Z In style as Illustrated, Vg^f / (1 Featuring nip yoke, skirt Uu/ U with pleats Georgette ~^^i ^ collar and front, finished with band work. In shades , of Navy. Brown, or Black. S...

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SHARE MARKET OPERATIONS METAL PRICES [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931

SHARE MARKET OPERATIONS METAL PRICES Tbe following are the latest middle prices of metals on the London markets: — Copper (standard, spot). £32 6/3, (for ward) £33 6/3; «best selected), £36 7/6; (electrolytic spot). £39 10/; (forward). £40. Lead (spot and forward). £13: spelter (spot). £11 17/6; (forward). £12 10/; tin (spot). £122 2-6. (forward). £125 12/6: sliver (standard, spot), 1/3 15-16, (forward) 1/4'i. ifine. spot). 1/5 3-16, (forward). l/53s. Standard copper, for ward, gained 1\yi.: best selected. 20/; tin. I scot. 35/. and forward. 23/9. while sll- ! ver was unchanged, but standard copper (spot) lost 1/10'i: electrolytic (spot). 10 /, forward. 20/; lead (spot). 2/6; spelter (spot). 8/9. and forward 7/6.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931

Shipping Notes and Notices I ORIENT LINE BOTAL MAIL 6TEAMEHS TO LOSDOS. Via COLOMBO. SUEZ, PORT SAID, SAPLES, TOULON. GIBRALTAR, and PLYMOUTH. Steuner. Tons. | Commander. falls. ?ORSOVA 12.041 G. G. Thome Oct. 15. OBOXTES 20,000 F. R. Ofcu'.livan Nov. 12 OTRASTO 20,000 H. G. Staunton Nov. 26 ORFORD 20.000 A. L. Oicens Dec. 10 ?Tourist Steamer. One Class only. FARES — ADELAIDE TO LOXDOX. FIRST 6ALOOS — Single, from £96. Return, from £168. TOUBBT CLASS— 5*?!e. from £39. Return, from £ 70. THIRD CLASS — Single, from £38. Return, from £68. All Fares subject to Exchange, which may be ascertained on enquiry. H. G. A\1-ERSOS & CO.. Agents, 8. King Wir.Um-street. Telephone C. 8S00. A. & C. Aberdeen and Commonwealth line CMC Ci ACC Passenger Service to HULL lint UJlaaand LOVDOX, via Colombo, Port Said. Malta, and Southampton. JERVIS BAY ? 14,161 tons Oct. 12 tLARGS BAT ? lt.lSi tone 0:1. 28 MORETO3T BAT.. 14.145 tons Xov. 30 ESPERAXCE BA1 14.176 tons Dec 14 tOmits SonUsmpton....

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DO YOU KNOW? ANSWERS [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931

DO YOU KNOW? ANSWERS 1. Bad manners. 2. In the north of Syria. It is the capital of a Turkish pnjvince between the Orontes and the Eunhrates. 3 Upwards of 42.000. of which 13.000 are Anplo-Saxon. and 25000 French and Latin, the latter b?ir« im Dcrted -hieflv through the French. 4. Fermentation. The erann'.es of starch In the flrur are so acted on as to Sive off a minute ouantitv of car bonic acid ees; this be'ne retained ? the tenacity of the surroundine eluton. causes the mass of doueh to swell arid become sooney. 5. 'Make me a Scotchman. Lord Bute was uslne his position at court to secure for his countrvmn all the be^t pli'-»s In the civil sprvirp. 6 The most, distinguished of Russia's ooets. He died in 1837. thP year which saw the beRinning of Queen Victoria's reign. Questions on Page 9

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KAROOLA FROM FREMANTLE TODAY Broadway And Kapara Expected [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931

KAROOLA FROM FREMANTLE TODAY Broadway And Kapara Expected Mcllwraitb, wri-igar'iiani, UA, agents for the Inter-State steamer Karoola, reported on Saturday tnat the vessel was expected to arrive at Port Adelaide (mm Fremantie at 10 o'clock this morning. This is her first voyage under the new schedule governing inter-State steamers. The Karoola will berth at No. 2 Quay to discharge 100 tons of general cargo lor Adelaide consignees. Arrangements nave been made for a specau train to leave Adelaide for the ship's side at 1020 this rnnmtpg After loading 700 tons of mixed merchandise, the vessel will sail at 5 p-m. for the eastern States. A special train will leave Adelaide at 4.4 pan. Two of the Adelaide Steamship Com pany's -vessels, the Broadway and the Inter state collier Kapara. are expected to ar rive at Fort Adelaide today. The Broad Way is due from Melbourne, and Is carry Ing 400 tons of general cargo for local consignees. The Kapara is bringing about 850 tons of coal from Newcastl...

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RETAIL DAIRY PRICES [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931

RETAIL DAIRY PRICES The Retail Grocers' Association of South Australia reports that the re tail Belling prices are: — Butter. — Choicest factory. 1/6 to 1/7 lb.: 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 lb. Cheese.— New. lid. lb.: matured, 1/4 to 1/8. Onions. — Brown. Id. lb.; 6 lb. for 6d. Potatoes.— 7 lb. for 8d. WHEAT, FEED GRAINS. AND PRODUCE Wheat. — Merchants' buying limits for growers' lots, f-a.q., trucks. Port Ade laide or chief shipping outports, 2/3 bushel. Flour.— For leading city brands, mil lers' quotations up to £7 ton. less 5/ for cash. 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 (cutters' buyi...

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POSTAL ARRANGEMENTS October 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931

POSTAL ARRANGEMENIS October^. . UNITED KINGDOM. EUROPE. CEXUQB, EGYPT. INDIA. SINGAPORE.— Per Man- ' fEOlla (due London. November 7|— Par- _ eels. October 7. 1 pjn.: newspapen and packets (via France). October 7. 6 juiu newspapers fall-sea route). October .7. e pjn.a letters *wrt commercial psiics October 8, 1020 ajn.: late lee. 12 Boon. SupnlemNitaiy. via ^rprnnyt111 TTi j.!*1 tered letterB. October 8. 6p.au lcttem and commercial papers. October 9. ' 8. ajn.: 9.30 ajn. from xallway. AUSTRALIA - KARACHI - LOfiDOB - EDROPK.— Air mall closes 8 am.. Oct 10, G.P.O., connects with Mongouam: Fji mantle (due London, November 3}. A lees. AflBlalde to Perth. 3d. Per »£ O*. plus 6d. per U to. KarachlIon -tca or Egypt, In mWittrm to fflMimt ? postage. 4d. per % oz. f or Feate. Irak. - Palestine. Commonwealth «lr laall : stamps may be used. Letters anrtk :'. endorsed 'Australla^arachl-Londoti Air Man.' ? . ? '. : T.fl'i'wp mraTTJg 1Q 7BE WITED KDR3- . ~ DOM (via SueE).— Jervls Bay, October 12 :...

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LOCAL WHEAT MARKET Prices Unchanged [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931

LOCAL WHEAT MARKET Prices Unchanged Private cable advices on Saturday de scribed the English wheat market on the previous day as opening quiet, but clos-. Ing steadier. There was a little more en quiry, but only moderate trade. A ship ment of 2,500 tons. South Australian Oc tober loading by the Tourcolng, sold at 23/9, the 6ame price being obtained for 500 tons prompt shipment by the City of Klmberley, also from this State. It was also reported that resellers bad sold a July Australian parcel at 23/. Shippers sold No. 2 Northern Manitoba October loading at 23/3. but for No. 1 25/3 was asked. No. 2 Hard Winter was on offer at 21/1%. and Bosa Fe at 21/6, both Octo ber loading. Liverpool futures on Friday were firmer, October advanced l%d. to 4/2% cental. December IVia. to 4/5%, March Id. to 4/8%. and May l'/.d. to 4/11. After the close Chicago for December declined l16d and Winnipeg %d- The market opened quiet and lower, then advanced sharply on more enquiry for actual wheat, and week...

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RIVER LEVELS October 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931

BIVER LEVELS Octobers piOOd ~- uigm ? , Crtttcal at 9 tn 3t Stage, ajn. Esdd. ft. In. ft. In. J&Jn. Tetman ...... — 5 2 ? 7B. Mungindl ...... 22 0 5 10 ? «f . MogU ? 20 0 IS ? 3F . Namol ? 23 0 KB. — Barwon ....... 32 O J2 O a «F Brewarrtna ..... 250 57 V SB Goodoga ....... 10 O Low — » Bourke ....... 41 6 B 3 S. Louth ........ 38 0 6 6 ? 3P Tilpa ? 39 0 6 9 ? TTF ' Wilcannla ...... 30 O 8 3 « SB Mmlnrn* ...... 20 O 23 '« 9 ST - Fooncarle ...... 23 0 21 7 B. ' Wentworth ..... 22 O 23 O «. Gundagal ...... 23 6 8 « I 6F Wagga ? 30 0 7 7 ? 3K v Hay ......... 30 O 18 9 ? «B '-? Balranald ..#... 16. 0 av ? m. ?-''-. Denlliquln ? 26- O 18 ? ? SF ~ Mrmlameln ..... 15 6 14 £'- B. i Albury . .. .. .. 14 O 10 « '? 3«-^ Echuca ? 39 O 28 7 M.S \ 3 Euston ...... 32 » 29 « :*S(;^ Remnant. .„ .. „ 28 .0 ' 23 *t olaVv ?'-?'M Morgan ? 33 9 »»-.-*Ia*S-;&lK Blanchetown .. .. — W^t :'W*irMM S. Else. F. Fan, Wji. »o jRecort;|MiS^

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S.AJ.C. Classics BOSSES LEFT IN [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931

S.AJ.C. Classics HORSES t£FT- IN Payments for the Morphettvllle Plate and the SA Derby, to be run on Satur day, are due before 4 P-m. today. Bonos not scratched will be regarded- as accep tors. and their nominators held liable far acceptance fees, payable art scale.* The following remain to — Morphettmie Plate, five furlongs.— Boyal Rest (toe 10 lb. pen.). Art Gallery. Ba runga . King, Eastern Star, GoWcyan, Glorify. Golden Virtue. KmdUIa. Mungola, Koonamore. Nansen, Prince -Virgin. Pam filo, K. Cld. Namolla, Royal Mirth, Sign writer, Sir Boseland, Sllrado, eir9ubet\- Sanballat. Tawarrle. Traverse, -Waitomo;'. Bessie Star. Casuartoa, Eta CUknui, gUeen Whlttter, Jacana, Kllmsb, KrakMoa, Xon la-vel. One step. Protagonist, Mobah. Via tress. BUvenda, Sister Simeoo. SEveraOd Gold. Tandanya, Toccata, VMabe, Super Power. ''? South Australian Derby, one mile and* Baif ? £enmck. o^wnrllja. ^% iidaipift 0oo» lac, Dessatet DevlBtBn, boraateo. 3sUm] Prince, Fulmopd, Golden Vote, Blgh,^^ pftoceI...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931

AMUSEMENTS aim ODDS ON-- NOW SHOWING I ^^FAVOURITC jW~ » _ tmSMUUu\\uaKEBlmms\\\w^mm^M Tte ^aat I*P of Screen Comedies. ------------^-B-^-ElLJ-HH Never euch m laugh as this one. Vast ^^^^^^^^^^HBQ^^^B btHaes, sod still laster comedjr. Ian ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^K Hay*« uproarious stay of the'turl. ErA^I atf^Taiia^^M : |j^L» -mJ . ?.???fffiT.'^fcr^^ '*—f^* iTTfi ^b^b^b^b^b^b^b^b^b^b^b^b^b^b^b^b^b^b^K *'^BnMB^BMaKl§rir^BHlBMBmKsr Paul Lnkas ^^?^?flBm^m^mttbmVaw '\\£&K: VK3E SQUAD' I ; ; - **Thou shalt not hear false wittiest!' ?::? Gripping, Snspensfid, Powerful. A PARAMOUNT PICTURE. On t&e Stc^e, *2 and 8 p^m. . j Sessions, ? ? - LEWIN BERRICK, Sydney's Popular Baritone, ; In Popnlar Nmnbera; ' Paramount Gazette. Plans at Theatre. THREE SESSIONS DAILY 1,000 seats at 1/ every session. Ring Central 907. GLENELG STRAND ' , ? TOS1GMT AND TOMORROW SIGHT; ' BEX LTOS, JEAS HARLOW. AND JAMES HALL, 'HELL'S 'ANGELS' mnroaoETABLE! rr tm pgv-n» one or YOU* HOST THRILLING MEMOBDES FOB TEA...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931

'DeRcszke j7innyClub ' THEtjREYS' ifci— ^ CIGARETTES ?T^fT^ CORNELL ^?i*^ .LIMITED Cafe Special - .-, ' 'fkanktara and «?'/???? ibDuA Botatoes or ml -?— '? Salmon- Mayonnaise. ? # Pot of Waa. Smd - Mi m '- and Butt*. Choice of *« 6mm. including . -.-,.. Apricot Pl»«nd Cuttaid or Unit , - Pb and Jelly ? V CHARLES MOORE 4 CO, Vktoria-xqure. Mill IT 111 STAR1B 7 DAYS' III Price-Cut III SALE SPECIAL MATINEE SEASON MaflDeqoio Display EACH AFTERNOON AT2J0. COMMENCING TODAY TILL FRIDAY, OCTOBER ?. Mitt Merjbrie Coo*. Who played an active part in die Bedu Bendy andTaddon Berne. 'HER GRACE, THE LADY OF LIME' Will ««mi|iwf ffiff Mmhmm|Hiii Display. BSBBBBBB«9°'lss-S^BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBSBBBflBSBM ?^^^BT'-SSmflH^^BBSBBBBBBBBSBSBBBBl HBilfflBBBBB Sister CSbmon, AJTjIJ^ is specially trained- by BERLEI LTD, in fittiwjr of surgical «nA pinit-wuiy * Conets, and will be available fox peadnal fittings in this store EACH AFTERNOON, FROM TODAY TILL FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9. MONDAY SPECIALS An Amazing Inter-State P...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931

PUBLIC NOTICES 7 RADIANT HEALTH CLUB. TONIGHT. S P.M. NEW RECHABITE HALL. V1C.-9Q. WEST. Pi*-.ic imiKl rn h*ar l»r. Vere Polio. Miss CualtUi Viy'.y. SUaist. Collection. ? Proportional Representation Group. C;rir-n» are invited tJ attond tie PUBLIC VEETIN-: in the ADELAIDE TOWN HALL on 11 E.-SUAY. OCTOBER 6. AT 8 P.M., to set by L1SIF3JCITT VIEWS the APPALLING KESCC1S Of PRESENT ELECTORAL METHODS and a Mo&.-: Election by Proportional Repre ?wU'.wi. SiMiien from all organisations in the Orou?. k y. H. M/-PONOUCH. Hon. Secretary. » 'KfESnsEas and FBIENDS of the A.N.A. are .AM. iwd tj ATTEND the MEETING of the PJi. «ROLT at the ADELAIDE TOWS '»?'? on TLKSDAY. October 6. A. E. BABBOW. Cen. Secretary. COCNTRY PARTY MEMBERS and their Fre-nd* ire weed to ATTEST* the above PSL DEMONSTRATION on TUESDAY. October «th. 1931» A- G. ALEXANDER. General Sectetary. TXENBY GEORGE LEAGUE. jli MEMBERS are respectfully requested to Bake a special effort to be present at the PROPORTIONAL HEPRESENT...

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