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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931
??—?I - '*\&$ Dddgi Brgthew - ''4 r T' Farmei Nowlsthetime^ quire for your T^i forfianresliiif^ and we are p^ to Hnana ^ whocano]-taa^ carlmg ccSi^g '' ' '^ orf#^youf|aU||| Now, more ihan *ver, tbe mind ^fMJSBS^WSi pied with ihe solntiwi rf ti^maMH^n *-n \ritersin lim^^^|P against iiie news .^T^^HHi with the names of Sterna**, #M£8mmMBKm tenstern. and many Jii8ffa^-i|g^^|§PpM lar science. As is ihe case!. wffiWm&kmJmsM cally welcomed on Ae o^iiand IiiM^^M| contradicted on the other. ' \M^fm$Mmm OUR UFE AND OUR GLANDS Eidiaastive experiments conducted hy-diese famous. Gland Specialists disdose die fact that the regular fnnctioning of the bodfly org-ans depend upon the stimnlating action of Ihe glands. As long ag^fe% glands are themselves young, as long as they Hi* charge into the bteod a^ft cient quantity of their pr^ cions products, afl Ihe -eBs retain their vigor, and re produce themselves, con-, stantly creating new cells. There is bat one way to main tain the effi...
CYCLE CARNIVAL AT PORT ADELAIDE [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931
CYCLE CARNIVAL AT PORT ADELAIDE Good finishes, with rast times, were features at a cycle carnival arranged by the Port Adelaide and Districts Amateur Cycling Club at the seaport on Saturday afternoon. The event marked the open ing of tt-e track racing season for tbe club. There were excellent fields Jn the seven events. The main event was the A grade r.cratch race, over a five-mile course. Riding strongly. W. Fulcher won from O. Fersuson and G. Payne. Ful cher was also victorious in the A grade mile handicap race. For having covered a lap in the fastest time in the five-mile event. R. Ree* was awarded a prize. In the B erade five ml'.e handicap race. R. Be=t won after a stirring fight with H. Pinnesar and F. Keshan. The last-named won the lap prize. Officials for the day were — Judges, Messrs. C. Martin and B. Wood: starter. Mr. S. Bettsworth: secretary, Mr. R. Pln negar. Results: — Half Mile Handicap.— First heat— F. Don Ben (65 yards), O. Ferguson (30). Time. 1.12 2-5 sec Second b...
ARTHUR COCKS & CO, LTD. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931
' ARTHUR COCKS & C(?, LTD. For the year ended July 31, Arthur Cocks & Co., Limited, wholesale opticians and general importers, of Sydney, with branches In other Australian centres, show net profit of £6.171. or £1*75 less than for the previous 12 months. Preference dividends for the year take £2.325. and dividend of 5 per cent, proposed on the ordinary shares will absorb £5,912, leav ing £6509 to carry forward, £8575 hav ing been brought In. For 1929-30 no ordi nary dividend was paid. The company Is associated with Arthur Cocks & Co. (N.Z.). | Ltd., end Arthur Cocks & Co. (Queens- I land), Ltd. X-uring the past year a sum of £17.000 obtained as overdraft from the bank was lent to the lastnamed company to enable it to acquire a property. Paid up capital is unchanged at £150,000, In cluding £118.255 In ordinary shares.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931
Cg^bKOi (?U^(\tfv(M Beautiful Coats ! New season's coats in fleckrd flannel | — the newest style in extra heavy | quality flecked flannel sports coats, 1 Raglan 6leeve. military style, finished 1 brass buttons. 1 Sizes SSW^ S.IT, and W. ! 29/6 J/- Weekly | Men's Sports Coats | | Men's superior quality sports coats — a large | \ selection of smart fancy patterns in Austra lian Woollen Tweeds — all sizes. 29/6 I 1/- Weekly . } I ? ? ' | Att-Wool Pullovers | I Men's Cream All-wool Pollorere, fancy V ! shape necks, cuffs and pockets — all colorings, I Sizes S.M., M., O.S. i 21/- | 1/. Weddy 1 I | I Locknit Frocks ! I ; i Smart styles in Locknit Frocks — flared skirts, \ i . nicely tucked and trimmed in all new i | season's colourings, including Black — SJS.W. ? i to X.O.S. fittings. ] ! 29/6 | I/- Weekly j Linen Finish Sheets | 1 pair Pare linen-finish Sheets, free from I filling, good solid cloth, fall size double bed j —hemmed ready for ose, and 2 pairs colored j Turk. Towels, large s...
MALAY QUEEN RUBBER [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931
MALAY QUEEN RUBBER The manager of the Malay Queen Rubber Plantation, Ltd., reports that the estimated output of dry rubber from tbe Malay Queen Plantation In August is 22.400 lb, ttoe yield of rubber In July being 22.570 lb. NOYES BROS. (SYDNEY) LIMITED The accounts of Noyes Bros. (Sydney). Limited, hardware merchants, for the year ended April 30, show a loss of £3534, com pared with a profit of £8,233 Sot the pre vious twelve months. Preference dividends for three-quarters of the year have been paid out of dividend reserve, and the balance in that account Is transferred to general reserve, making It £39.975. Pro vision for Investment fluctuations and other contingencies has been made by the transfer of £20.000 from general reserves. After extinguishing the debit balance in profit and loss account, general reserve is reduced to £16.301. YARRA FALLS The directors of Terra Falls, Limited. nave declared a dividend, out of pronto earned for the year ended June 30, of 2!& per cen...
OUTLASTING SHIRT IN VIGOROUS GAME NORTH WINS LEAGUE FOOTBALL Spent By Third-quarter Bid, Start Capitulates Weakly WINNER'S SOUND DEFENCE DOMINATING FACTOR IN VICTORY [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931
OUTLASTING SHIRT IN VIGOROUS GAME NORTH WINS LEAGUE FOOTBALL PREMIERSHIP Spent By Third-quarter Bid, Start Capitulates Weakly WINNER'S SOUND DEFENCE DOMINATING FACTOR IN VICTORY By 'ROVER' Petering mxt weakly in the last qnarler. Stnrt fafled to match the determination and stamina of North Adelaide in the league football grand final at the Adelaide Oval on Saturday. It was one of the most vieorouslF foncht premiership matches of re cent years, and at times the game resolved itself into a test of physical strength and courage. There was no room for timidity, and none was shown by the players on either side. The field umpire (S. A. D. Hill) had an unenviable task in exer cising proper control over the game. So vigorous were the exchanges that at times they bordered on roughness, but the pace at which the same was played prevented the exhibitior-s of high spiritedness from developing into actual fighting. Feeling was net introduced into the game until Sturt issued its fierce chal lenge...
CAME FOR AUSTRALIAN CHAMPIONSHIP? North May Play Geelong [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931
GAME FOR AUSTRALIAN CHAMPIONSHIP? North May Play Geelong Should Geelong win tlie Melbourne League premiership from Richmond next Saturday, it is probable that North Adelaide will try to arrange a match here on October 17 for the championship of Australia. The principal difficulty will be in securing s ground. All suburban ovals are now being used for cricket on Saturday afternoons, and Adelaide, where such a match should be played, will have been top dressed by next week. Mr. Jeanes. secretary of the Cricket Association, said yesterday that, if the oval was wanted, the matter would have to come before the com mittee, but he did not tMny there was much hope of its being available. The suggestion for the game was made by the secretary of the Port Ade laide Club (Mr. C. Hayter) on Satur day, when congratulating North on having won the State premiership. Geelong will play port on the Alberton Oval on Eight Hours Day, and arrange ments had been made for both clubs to go to Tanunda on Oct...
Geelong Wins Melbourne Final Melbourne, October 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931
Geelong Wins Melbourne Final Melbourne. October 4. In a hard, vigorous game. Geelong de feated Carlton. 11 goals 17 behinds to II goals II behinds. In tbe final game of tbe Victorian Football Leaeue competition yes terday. Beginning strongly, Carlton out played Its opponents in the first quarter, scoring 7 goals 5 behlnds to nil. Eallylng well In the second term, Geelong added 8 goals 6 behtnds to Carlton I goal 1 be hind for the quarter, and at half-time the scores were — Geelong. 8 goals 9 behlnds Cantos. 8 goals 6 behinds. After an evenly contested third quarter. Carlton 'ed by one point. Both teams fought strongly In the last quarter, but Geelong proved Just too good for Carlton. The match was spoilt somewhat by wind and rain, but. nevertheless, it was a thril ling game. There were 36.000 persons at the match. Moloney kicked four goals for the winners, and Vallence three for Carl ton. Geelong will meet Hlchmond In the grand Deal match on Saturday Bain marred the opening of the c...
MINING SHARES LONDON, October 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931
MINING SHARES LONDON, October 2. the latest sales, middles prices, or nomi eal quotations for the undermentioned (hares were:— Sales— Broken Hill South. J6/»: Great Boulder, l/l1.'*: Laie View and «tar. 7/«i,i: P & O. Steam Navigation def.). 22/10i,4: Mount Isa, 5/9: Rnodesla Sroken B3U. 1/0%: Wlluna. 6/5U: Near Guinea Goldflelds, 3/; Imperial 8me!tlng Corp.. 7/9. Nominal quotations— Sons of Gwalla, 3/9; Sulphide Corporation. 6/3 LOlfoON. October 3. The latest sales, middles prices, or nomi nal quotations for the undermentioned Ehmres -were: — Sales — Boulder Perseverance -ord.|. I'id.: Lake View and Star. 7/4; Kamunt fJTlg 4 6 Nominal quotations— Broken Hi:i South. ?25/: Great Boulder. 1/1 ».i: P. & O. Steam Navigation (deT.). 23/6; Mount Isa. 6/lO-i: Rhodesia Broken Hill. 1/; Wi:una. 6/6; New Guinea Goldfields, 3/; Imperial Smelting Corp.. 8/9.
PERTH LEAGUE SEMI-FINAL Perth, October 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931
PERTH LEAGUE SEMI-FINAL Perth. OrfaiVuw a In the second semi-final of League foot ball, played on Saturday. East Fremantle, 12 goals II behinds. beat Sublaco. 7 goals 13 behinds. CDMMTNS.— The match for the premier ship of the Flinders Football As^oclatiDn was played on Saturday between Yeelarma and Cummins Rovers. Best players— Tee lanna, Scoble. Wilson, and Treloar- Rovers Vaughan. Freeman, and Mumford Scores — Teelanna. 7 goals 6 behinds: Rovers. 6 goals 9 behinds. Rovers have the right to challenge.
COTTON, JUTE. HEMP, &c LONDON, October 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931
COTTON. JUTE. HEMP. *c. LONDON. October 3. The following were FWday e closing quo tations: ? Cotton.— The Liverpool auotatlon for good middling American. November de livery, is 3.91d. per lb. Rubber. — Fine hard Para Is quoted at 3-id. per lb.. and first latex crepe and smoked sheets at 2%d. Jute. — October-November shipment, Js quoted at £18 5/ per ton, c.U. Hemp.— None ottering. Copra.— South Sea. sun dried. October delivery. £12 per ton; Rabaul plantation «opra. £12 2 '6 per ton. Oils.— Linseed OIL spot pipes. Is quoted at £18 per t--n, and turpentine at 52/6 per
FOREIGN EXCHANGES LONDON, October 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931
rnirrir.K EXCHANGES r'~ ? LONDON. October 2. Vienna, 30»,4 fM-SSli schllgs to fi). sss«ff%sr*Vs,t'w Atoens 300 (375 dradunae to £). mSST Video. 21-.i (51 pence to peso). Bombay I'M* (18 pence to rupee). aS^l.i/HJ (sterling to tad). Yokohama, 2/5»,i (sterling to yen). Montreal exdiange was Quoted today at 4 «oU«, 43 ««f1-J5SgLi «,„« ». Montreal exebange quotation — 4 dollars 4X cents to pound.
Monetary and Commercial ON 'CHANGE More Confidence Shown [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931
I Monetary and Commercial \ ON 'CHANGE More Confidence Shown By THE CITY EDITOR Although trading slackened percep tibly on the Stock Exchange of Ade laide last week, the volume of busi ness put through was satisfactory. A confident tone was apparent, and fair support was forthcoming from the , putuic. while the professional elempn* iras ai^r --?i'Jtent in most sections. How- ' rfrer, the markets lacked stability, and ' until the overseas position becomes more settled little improvement is to. be expected. Commonwealth consoli dated stocks were in good demand, and i generally higher rates prevailed. Bank ing issues held steady, and Bank of Adelaide supplied moderate turnover. Pastoral stocks were taken to higher levels during the early part of the week, but notwithstanding the continu ance of the upward movement in the market for wool, they subsequently de veloped a weaker trend. Fair busi ness was written in some of the other classified investments, and miscellan eous industrials, b...
LONDON WHEAT MARKET Closing Tone Steady LONDON, October 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931
LONDON WHEAT MARKET Closing Tone Steady LONDON. October 2. Cargoes were In freer supply today, oat again lower In sympatHy wlta American trans but Ore closing tone was steadier. iriliDment by the Clan Macfarlane brought 24/. and one UtoBB^y MAI-utures:-Loiidon. December»/: 4/5%. Man* ***.£*£** JA^ ^ Wheat cargoes were steady today. Par cels were firmer. Manitoba shipments occa Ehrpments were ndd for jM. a**''*- Plata were 6d. dearer. Futures:— London, SeSoberao/2 a quarter. FtebraaryM^; Liverpool October 4/3-4 a cental. Decem ber 4/Bli. March 4/9Vi. May 4/11%
MORPHETT VALE SUCCESS Attractive Horses-in-Action Show [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931
MORPHETT VALE SUCCESS Attractive Horses-in-Action Show Strong support from leading patrons of the ring was responsible for the great success of the 25th annual horse saow of the Southern Farmers' Society on the Morphett Vale recreation ground on Saturday. According to the ion. secretary (Mr. A. Anderson), the committee was at one time doubtful as to the wisdom of trying to conduct a show this year, but it was decided to carry on as usual, and it was very pleased with the re sults following the excellent support accorded the fixture. At the official luncheon the president (Mr. E. T. Martin) welcomed visitors, and Mr. A. C. Pocock proposed the toast of the 'Prize donors.' Mr. A. E. Sheidow responded to that of 'The Judge.' Good fields were entered for the jump Ing, hunting, harness, and saddle pony and hack classes, and the chief event of the day — the 12 st. open hunters' class for the T. D. Davidson trophy and six! guineas — resulted In a win for W. A. Mc Ananey's Royalty, which def...
Eyre Peninsula Problems [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931
Eyre Peninsula Problems Branches of the Agricultural Bureau on Eyre Peninsula nave contributed a long agenda for the fTnm«i conference, which win be opened at Wudinna on Wednesday, When Mr. A. W. H. Barns will preside. The Depute Director of Agriculture (Mr. W. J. SpaffOTd) will speak on summer fallowing in dry districts, and an crop competition judging. The Chief Dan? Instructor (Mr. EL B. Barlow) will tjjir on- ensilage t°W'e. obviating herbage taints in butter, and srans mission of habits in cows to their pro geny. At the evening session he will give an address on 'Breeding and Feed ing Pigs in Dry Awns.' Papers will be read by Messrs. M. T. Gardner -Koppio), and A. W. Barns (Wudinna), on 'Sheep Management, W. E. HIer on 'How to Lay Out a New Farm,' and S. C. Johnson (PinkB wUlinte) on 'Is Farming Justified Under Existing Conditions?' Discussions on nmHne shoot destruc tion and twnjriTig farm life more attrac tive will be introduced by the Waddikee Bocks branch, and the Wudinna b...