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CIVILIAN CLUBS [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931
CIVILIAN CXCB8 p.in»m»n competing at Port Artrlpide range on Saturday bad * difficult jshoot, as the strong swinging four o'clock wind rendered It Impossible to register big scores at 700 sards. With an exception here and there spores were very low. The colored targets could not be blamed for the bad shooUos. -as theae stood out well In the bright light. D. J. Stewart, captain of Cyclists' Club, registered the only good score for the afternoon, his 33, 34, 67 out of 80 being a nice shoot under the conditions pre vailing. V. C. Stein. ' Goodwood United, and C. H. Mutton and C. C. Casttoe. oi Adelaide, were next best scorers with 63 each. Considerable Interest was centred on the teams match, fired avt Pnlham between Metropolitan and Beedbeds Clubs. Beed beda won by seven points, bnt Metropoli tan bad the highest Individual scorer to H. White, whose double 37 out of 40 at 600 yards, was a nice shoot. C. T. Best, captain of Seedbeds, again led bis team with a good 73. Torrens Valley Clu...
SIMPSON TROPHY CONTEST Good Shooting by Citizen Forces [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931
SIMPSON TROPHY CONTEST Good Shooting by Citizen Forces With the good attendance of 2S8 competitor*, the CitUen Forces Btfle Club Union continued the contests on Saturday for the Simpson trophy. Crane shield, and handicap cup. The weather was pleasant, but a strong right rear wind of varying strength and direction made shooting difficult. Satur day's, ''f'' was the second stage of the Simpson trophy, and was a snap shoot ing event at 300 yards, the flrst stage having been application. Targets were exposed for five seconds for each shot, and J. Tape, of the 43-48th Battalion, regis tered the. splendid 6Core of 38 out of the possible 40 points. S. Pickering, of the 3rd Light Horse, was a close second, with a score of 37, and A. W. Denholm. of the EJi.KB.. was third with 36. The Crane shield, an event for teame of eight members, wltb the best six scores to count, drew an entry of 36 teams. This was en application match, and was well won by the 27th Battalion's No. 1 team, with 198 point...
BERRI SPEEDWAY Butler Wins Scratch Race Berri, October 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931
BERRI SPEEDWAY Butler Wins Scratch Race Bent October 4. There was a fair attendance at the open Ing of the Berri Speedway en Saturday, although the weather was bleak. The; track was declared open by Mr. H. E. Hall, Chairman of the Berrl Soldiers' Memo rial Park committee. Other speakers were Mr. A. Redman, representing the River Murray Track Riders' Association, and Mr.' Harry Butler, representing the Adelaide riders. The non-arrival of Keith Litcb fleld and other Adelaide visitors, in eon sequence of a breakdown at Kapunda and Morgan, upset the programme to some ex tent, but an Interesting afternoon's sport was witnessed. Packer and Butler gave a, fine exhibition, although both were somewhat unlucky with a series of minor, mechanical mishaps, which put ******* out of the semi-finals of the open Handicap. Packer had a nasty apQl to the final of the All Stars' Scratch Baee. but got out' rather luckily with a bruised leg. The front wheel of his machine was badly buckled. The racing wa...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931
[?] L7^ Whiten y^Jm Teeth 3 Shades^U . Kolynos Dry-Brush Technique Removes^H the 'Yellow' without injury to the Enamel^ Hoe'i an anraxtoe new way to It is called the Kolynos Dry Brush- Technique and consists of the use of a half 'inch of Kolyno* Dental ^'^m on a dry tooth bnuh. Hie use of a. dry tooth'hruah. means jdiat you use Kolynos, a bjSubj^poDceottated dental creain, . f-tR$ttnigfh * also that the brush tir»ch}ffr spmain ^riff enOUgh tt- ' bcuahtfae toodi surfaces propedy and frfrp«Taty die crevices be tweetfthe teeth,' and the pits and: fissures jm the mndine surfaces. Too ban use Kolynos on a dry brush because it foams profusely in the mouth! The formula con' tains one'ingredient that causes it to whip instanfly into. a. mi ^ith*; loam. This foam js active and anti' ?eptk. It'\OTMfa'onthemucin rmffng on tee& Mrft jnillions of tiny fingers, breaking it up and washing it completely off the teeth. Teeth are cleaned down to the 'at^ white «*'a''»^ with' out injury. This ...
FIELD DOG SHOW Challenge Awards at Wayville [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931
FIELD DOG SHOW Challenge Awards at Wayville A championship show lor field and gun dog breeds was held at Wayville Show grounds on Saturday, with Messrs. E. Clark (pointers, eetrt-ers. and retrievers). and J. W. Corner (cocker spaniels) as the judges. Mr. F. H. Lang was hon. secre tary. Cocker Spaniels were numerically tbe strongest breed, with an appreciable ad vance In 'any other color' classes. Blacks were well represented as usual. A keen breeder and judge In bis day, the presi dent (Mr. J. C. Braund) described the collection as well up to the standard. For challenge certificate honors among dogs the judge selected F. S. Terrell's black and white Alloma Bonza. winner In the open A.O.C. class, from F. H. Lang's ch. Bexley Tony and F. Burden's winning puppy. Eackness Dandy. Challenge for bitch was awarded to O. Memmlers little black bitch. Blaydon Susie, which, after scoring In the limit and South Austra lian-bred classes, was preferred in a field of five In the open class to E. D....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931
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Advertiser Crosswords-193 THE CLUES ACROSS [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931
Advertiser Crosswords — 193 THE CLUES ACROSS ?X Schedule. 8. FulL 13. Youth. ,14. Melody. 15. Swain. 16. Hazards. ilS. Idler. 19. Beast. 20. Jackets. 22. Poem. 24. Drowses. 26. Clique. '27. Wring. 29. Stop. 3L Belated. .33. Volunteers. ?36. Fiend. 39. Judges. 40. Intended. 43. Idea. 45. Cut 46. Plants. 47. Bundle. 49. Suffers. 5L Overlook. 53. National. 56. Bleat 58. Compete with. 60. Assessment. 6L Pitfalli. 62. Want 63. Card. 64. Rigid. 65. Lectures. DOWN I. Prayer. 2. Rifle. 3. Chances. 4. Rave. 5. Reason. 6. Look. 7. Sea-dog. & Put two and two together. 9. Extra. 10. Stays. n. Clement 12. Upstanding. 17. Timid. 2L Flavors. 23. Creeds. 23. Vexed. 27. Spoke. 28. Disencumbers. 30. Sold abroad at cut rates. 32. Scraggier. 34. Eyot 35. Heirs. 37. Factory. 38. Good drink. 41. Scrutinise. 42. Stoop. 44. Improvement 47. Best 48. Couch. 50. Pastrycook. 52. Sailors. 54. Frozen. 55. Loadstone. 56. Leaning. 57. Long time. 59. Shelter. Solution No. 192 ANOTHER PROBLEM TOMORROW
ENGLISH COMMODITY PRICES [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931
ENGLISH COMMODITY PRICES The average prices of commodities In the United Kingdom during September, ac cording to the compilation of the 'Econo- mist.' are given in a cablegram received from London on Saturday. Average prices for 1927 are represented as 100 points for each group of commodities. For Septem ber. 1930. the completed index number of all the groups was 732. and for August. 1931. It was 65.1. The following are com parisons for recent months: — 4 i 4 H * * i i - £o Ii H I S £S Si 6S £ S s 6£ 1927 .. .. 100 100 100 100 100 100 Aug., 1830 . . S2.5 755 61.7 B1.5 79.7 76.1 Sept. 1930 . 79.5 745 56.9 795 76.7 73.2 Oct, 1930 . . 76.8 73.7 55.8 79.1 77.7 72.4 Nov.. 1930 . . 122 702 55.1 79 773 70S Dec, 1930 . . 70 71 51.4 78 75.2 68.7 JMU 1931 . . 67.4 695 49.2 753 72.6 663 Feb.. 1931 . . 66.4 68 50* 76:9 72.7 665 Max., 1931 . . 66S 67 53.7 74.5 693 -65.2 Apr., 1931 . . 70 66.6 50.8 72 68* 65.4 Mav! 1931 . . 69 63.5 482 693 682 63.6 June. 1931 . . 685 602 48.4 72.4 68.7 63.7 July....
LAW COURTS CAUSE LIST SUPREME COURT [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931
LAW~COURTS~ CAUSE LIST SDPBEUK COTJKT No. 2 Court (Crinlmal). today, before Mr, Justloe Napier, at II ajn. — For sen tence — Bex v. Martin, Mould, Green, Mar cus, Collins. PUsp&frlcfc:, Miller. Hamilton. Thompson. Clement, and O'Connor. In Chambers, before a Master, at 1030 m.jm — nhfifflher business. , In BPT'-'. Tuesday, October «.— Adjourned petition to wind op— In the matter of the Primary Producers' Bant Ltd. Motions for exemption from roles — In the matter' of Mpdhurst Llewelyn WlHett Bevan; In the matter of Leo James Doyle; in the matter of Ashley Henderson Magarey; In tie matter of David Austin GrenfeU Thcmas. ? ' INDUSTRIAL COTJBT ADELAIDE Oases for today, before Mr. President Kelly.— At 2.15 P-in. — Wheat Industry me ployes' case (1930, No. 10) (adjourned hear ing); Port Krie drivers' ease (1930. No. 38 - (adjourned hearing). Board or Industry.— At 11 ajn.— fubU« enquiry Into living frage for females tn the metropolitan area (preliminary sit ting). ^ ? The followin...
Lothian Club [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931
Lothian Club * Mr. J. B. Anderson (president) was tn the chair at a meeting of the Lothian Club, at tbe Grosvenor. on Saturday nl*ht. Dr. William Christie (chief medi cal officer of the Education Department) delivered an address on Sir Wa'.ter Scott's novel 'Ivanhoe.' He dealt with the sub ject exhaustively, touching particularly on the life and history of the common people of that time.
METHYLATED SPIRIT DRINKER [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931
METHYLATED SPIRIT DRINKER John Bernard Elliott, who pleaded guilty to a charge of having had in sufficient lawful means of support, was ordered imprisonment for one month by Mr. E. M. Sabine, PAL. in the Ade laide Police Court on Saturday. The Police Prosecutor (Mr. R. A. LenthaU) said that a number- or com plaints had been received during the past fortnight that Elliott had been living in unoccupied houses in North Adelaide, and leaving them in a filthy condition. ' He had been found drunk in Brougham-place the previous day, with half a bottle of methylated spirits beside v»ftn He had convictions in -various country towns, as well as in Adelaide.
Salisbury Train Service Salisbury, October 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931
Salisbury 'Train Service Salisbury, October 3. Convened by the district council a meeting was held tn the institute to discuss the train service; Mr. W. J. Dan presided. It was resolved to re quest the Railways Commissioner to lw»ff^ Mlfwafcimiff p-nA mflflffTnjwie XQ the PTisHng service so as to provide a re gular anfl more even time-table, also to put on Sunday morning trains during It was aprppfl to J^fr* frHfi Oomznis* ffiraitr to change thetime-tables less frequently, and establish a set daily service to avoid the confusion which exists owing to the uncertainty of times of departure according to the day of the week. A request win also be made far ex pirnfjfyri faxes to apply tmm noon on. Fridays. It was also f»«-MaH to ask the Com missioner to provide train or trains as «n- occasion warrants from *^'»ifli» to Faxafteld when aerial pageants are befitbere.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931
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SWIMMING [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931
SWIMMING POET *IRIE.— Mr. F. BUller presided «t the animal mrpHng of the Associated Smelters Amateur Swimming Club. A endlt balance of £35 12/ was lr.i-li»«t»-t The secretary - (Mr. P. Veltcht reported that rafts had been purchased by the dub. and had proved a great asset. The Broken Hill Associated Smelters. Pty.. Ltd.. bad assisted by maMng the latter, and by donations and general Interest. Offi cers elected: — Patron. Mr. O. H. Wood wards president. Mr. M. M. B. Mlddleton; captain. Mr. V. Schubert: vice-captain. Mr. D. Veltch: -^itttv^ Mr. F. T. HU Uen 'vice-chairman. Mr. I. F. Bruse; «ee retary. Mr. F. Veltch: coach and Instruc tor, air. F. Veltch: committee, Messrs. S B. Tsmer. H. L. Teatman. Messrs. H. M. Edwards. W. L. Bodda. V. Schubert (trus tees): Instructors. Messrs. D. Veltch. A. Psvllch. V. SC'ibert. L. Ridden, F. Veltch. and I. F. Bruse. .
Melbourne Market Melbourne. October 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931
Melbourne Market Melbourne, October 3. Today's sales: — Commonwealth Consoli dated Stock, 4 per cent. (1933). £84 10/: 4 per cent. (19411, £81 10/;. 4 per cent. -(1944). £81 15/; 4 per cent. (1947), £79 15/: 4 per cent. (1950). £79 10/; Union Bank. £7 10/; Goldsbrough. 23/8. 23/6: Silverton Trams. 17/; Australian Cement. 17/8; Broken HU1 Proprietary, 12/6, 12/5; Peters. 1/8; Broken Hill South, 34/6; North Broken, 50/, 50/6; do. (six weeks), SO/7%; Hercules, 2/3; Rose Thistle, 4/2.
LONDON MEAT QUOTATIONS [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931
LONDON MEAT QUOTATIONS LONDON. October 3.— Weekly quotations for the undermentioned classes of frozen meats, based on actual sales of wholesale quantities of carcases of mutton or lamb. or quarters of beef, delivered to Smitb field Market, and/or ex London Stores. To arrive at equivalent ex ship values, de duct lid. per lb. from the prices quoted below. Quotations are average for week, and are not for selected lines, but for parcels fairly representative of the buJt of the shipments now on offer. Last week's quotes are in parentheses: — New Zealand Sheep.— Canterbury and North Island— Selected crossbred wethers, and maiden ewes, 48/56 lb., 5-/-d. (5%d.) per lb.; 57/64. 5d. (5','ed.): 65/72. 45ed. (4?ld.) North Island— Maiden ewes. 48/56. 5d. (S'ia.); 57/64. 4%d. (5d-): 65/72. 4Vzd. (4=id.). Ewes— Under 48. 4'fcd. (4%d.): 48/64. 33id. (3%d.): 65/72, 35,fed. (3%d.». Australian Sheep — First quality — Cross- breds and/or Merino wethers, 40/65, 3Tfed. (370d.): second quality, 30/55, 3%d...
DIVIDENDS [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931
DIVIDENDS Dividends recommended by directors oi finally approved by shareholders follow. C. denotes dates on which transfer books dose. p. dates on which payable:— Amalgamated Zl-c at rate 5 per cent. P Oct 8 Amalgamated Wlreiess (A/sla). at rate 6 per cent. P Oct. 9 Buckley & Nunn. prel. at rate 7 pel cent C. Oct 3 P Oct. 10 Chas Blrks. A pref.. at rate 4 per cent C Oct. 8 p o=t 15. Colonial Gat ord. at rate 6 per cent.: pief . at rate fi per cent. P. Oct. 8 David Jones, ord.. at rate 4 per cent : first pief.. at rate 6 per cent-: second pref at rate 7'i per cent. P Oct. 14. E. & W Hackett. pref.. at rate 7 per cent. P Oct. 9 Howard Smith pref. at rate 6 per cent P Oct 6 Robert .Harper, prer. at rate 7 per cc^t C. Oct. 8. P. Oct. 15 Tarra Falls, 214 per cent. C. Oct. 9. P Oct. 22. Call. Lake View Oil, Id. P. Oct. 14. I
Sydney Market Sydney, October 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931
Sydney Market Sydnev.- October 3. Todays sales: — Australian Consolidated Inscribed Stock, taxable 4 per cent. (193S). £64 10/. £84 13/9; 4 per cent. (1941). £S2 5/. £82 7/6, £82 6/3: 4 per cent. (1944). £81 30,; 4 per cent. (1953). £78: Commer cial Bank of Sydney. £14; New South Wa:es. £27 2/6- British Tobacco (Mel bourne register). 26 l'i; Goldsbrough, Mort. 23-7'i, 23 -9; Greater J. D. Williams. 3': Henry Jones. 21/1014: Kandos Cement (con.). 3/; M. Hedstrom. 13/6; Peters, 19': Wiichcornbe Carson. 14/4; W. Mofllin. 3 '9: North Broken HU1, 50/; Zinc Corporation. 22,9: Rawang Tin Fields, 4/10Vi; Blsmark Range, 1/9. 1/8.
PART XIV. Miss Booth and the Buffaloes [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 5 October 1931
FART XIV. Miss Booth and the Buffaloes Donya Sabuk, Kenya Colony, Octo ber 31.— We have come out here a little distance from Thika, to show our natives in Sight before the cannibals. Both the natives and the scenery are highly suitable for this portion of 'Trader Horn.' Harry Carey and Duncan Kenaldo co-stars in the Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer production of 'Trader Horn,' went out for recreation to shoot meat for the table of our big safari. Miss Edwina Booth asked uermission to accompany them. With the customary native gun bearers and porters to carry in the kill, they set out for buffalo. ? At some distance they came upon the herd among long grass and scat tered trees. It was planned to flank the herd. Harry Carey asked Miss Booth to wait at the foot of a sturdv looking tree, and said. 'Now, if they come this way, promise to get up in that tree.' Harry Carey and Renaldo strode off . down wind from the buffalo, on a long circle to gain the top of a little rise before beginning their firing...