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CARPENTERS AND [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 25 February 1931
CARPENTERS AND Questions concerning the rent of the offices of the organisation and general business will occupy the attention of The members of the Society of Car the members of the Society of Car penters and Joiners at a special meeting to be held at the Trades Hall this even ing. Mr. Gilbert Blair, of Hosewater Gar *m,S? been appointed secretary of the Fort Adelaide branch of tbe so ciety.
GAS EMPLOYES [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 25 February 1931
GAS EMPLOYES Members of the Gas Employes' Union have been included in the organised workers who are likely to be brought under the operation of the 10 per cent operation of the 10 per cent, cut in wages, and to consider this posi tion and P9sslbly the matter of work ing part time, a special meeting of members will be held at the Trades Hall this evening.
EMBARGO AND TARIFF BILLS REJECTED Strong Action at Washington WASHINGTON, February 24. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 25 February 1931
EMBARGO AND TARIFF BILLS REJECTED Strong Action at Washington WASHINGTON, February 24. All Embargo and Tariff Bills, in- cluding that which proposed to limit oil imports, to 16. million an- nually, were rejected yesterday by the Ways and Means Committee of the House of Representatives. This action lias' definitely prevented the introduction, in the present session of Congress, of a Bill which was de signed to place an embargo on Canadian wheat imports, as recently advocated by ofn>'*-is of the Farm Board. The Williamson Bin to ban all Rus sian products was also rejected. The committee does not expect to meet again during the present cession.
SHARE MARKET OPERATIONS MINING SHARES LONDON, February 23. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 25 February 1931
SHARE MARKET OPERATIONS MINING SHARES LONDON, February 23. The latest .sales (mean prices) for the undermentioned shares were:—Broken Hill North. 35/3: Sons ol Owalia. 3/714; Soutn Kalgurli, 11/3; Golden Horseshoe Estates 2/114; Lake View and Star, 9/8! i; Kamun ting, 5/3^i; Sulphide Corporation, sl3*i: Rhodesia. Broken Hill. 1/5 5-8; Wlluna. IS/6%: JJorth Kalsura. 3/. Others not dealt in. P. & O. COBIPANY LONDOJI. February 23. P. & O. Company's deferred £1 shares are quoted at 27/llifc. GOLD QUOTATION LONDON. February 23. Gold Is quoted at 84/11 ounce. ' METAL PRICES The following are the latest middle prices of metals on the London markets:—Copper (standard, spot). £47 1/3; (forward). £47 O/7&lt;4: (best selected). £48 17/6: (electro'.y tlc, spot), £49 17/6; (forward), £50 5/: lead (spot), £13 18/9; (forward), £14: spol- Iter (spot), £12 17/6; (forward), £13 3/9; 1 tin (spot). £123 2/6; (forward), £124 11/3: silver (standard, spot), l/O^; (forward), 1/0 5-8...
MONGOLIA HOMEWARD BOUND KAROOLA DUE AT 1 P.M. TO-DAY [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 25 February 1931
MONGOLIA HOME WARD BOUND KAROOLA DUE AT 1 P.M. TO-DAY McIlwraith, McEacharn, Ltd., have re- ceived a wireless message from the master of the Karoola, en route from Fremantle, Intimating that he expects to berth the ves- sel at No. 2 Quay at 1 p.m. to-day. A special train to meet the vessel will leave Adelaide at noon. The Karoola will take on passengers and general cargo Xor the eastern States, and will sail at 4 pjn. to irorrow. A special train for passengers embarkine will leave Adelaide at 227. Bound for London, the Mongolia will ar rive at the Outer Harbor about 9 o'clock to-night. She will take on passengers and cargo Here and will continue her voyage at 5 p-m, to-morrow. Elder, Smith & Co.. Limited, are the agents. Dalgety & Co, Limited, advise that the Triton will ?*"? at Adelaide about Mb*--* 16 to take on wool lor the Continent. The Matakana, with general cargo and a number of stud sheep from Britain to discharge here. Is expected to berth at No. 2 Quay on S...
POSTAL ARRANGEMENTS February 23. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 25 February 1931
POSTAL ARRANGEMENTS February 23. UNITED KINGDOM, EUROPE, CEYLON, EGYPT, INDIA, AND SINGAPORE.—Per Mongolia (due London March 28). Par- cels, this day, 1 p.m. newspapers and cels, tnis oay, 1 p-m.; newspapers and pacjieo> tvia France), this day. 6 p.m.; newspapers (all sea route), this day, 6 pjn.; letters and commercial paners, Feoruary 26, 10.30 a_m.; late lee, 12 noon. Supplementary, via Fremantle—Regis tered letters, February 26, 6 pjn-; letters and commercial papers, February 27, 8 aju.; late fee. S-JU EJn. from railway. Air mail closes 8 a-m, Saturday, at 0.P.0.. connects with Mongolia at Fre mantle (due Liondon m???**? 25). Later mails to the United Kingdom ivla Suez) —Per Orons.es. Mnrrh t> (due London April 4); pur Moreton Bay, March 9 (due London April yj; per ISarkunda, March U (aue London April 11); per Oronsay, March 20 (due London AprU 18). EAiXEiiN STATES. CANBERRA. AND TASMANIA.—Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, 5 pjn.; late fee, SJO p.m.; 6.2j p.m. irom railway. T...
SYDNEY MARKET Sydney. February 24. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 25 February 1931
SYDNEY MARKET Sydney. February 24. To-day's sales:—Amalgamated Wireless, buyer 21/6; do. (con.), buyer 14/; Com monweath Loans, 514 per cent. (1934), £90 7/6; 5>A per cent (1933). £89 IS/. £89 17/6; S.i per cent. (1935), £89 15/. £89 13/9; 5?, i per cent. (1939). £87 17/6; 514 per cent. (1931), £95 8/9; 1 per cent. (1936). £89; 514 per cent. (1941), £89: 6 per cent (1932). £92 IS/. £93 12/6; 6 per cent. (1937), £94 17/6, £95 18/9; 6 per cent. (1938), £94; New South Wales 514 per cent. (1934). £91; Bural Bank Loan. 514 per cent (1933), £91 10/; New Zealand Government 514 per cent. (1337), £114 10/, £112; Australian Bank of Commerce, 16/6; Commercial of Sydney, £15 7/6; do. (N.Z. register). 53/6; Union. £7 10/; Dlawarra Steam, 22/; South Bri tish Insurance. 60/: Australian Gas ("A"). £5 2/6: Tooth's Brewery. 23/: A. Hordem, 11/2; Associated Newspapers. 2/8; Aus tralian Glass (prompt), 28/6; British To- I bacco, 32/1014; do. (Melbourne register), 33/: do. (pref.). 22/; Broken win Pr...
MELBOURNE MARKET Melbourne. Ttebruanr 24 [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 25 February 1931
MELBOURNE MARKET Melbourne. Ttebruanr 24 Melbourne. February 24 To-day's sales:—Commonwealth Loans s>/4 per cent. (1933). £89 18/9. £90; 5>4 ncr 5K£?(1£Jn1,)\ £9S 10/' £35 12/B: 6 P"- cent. (1932). £93 15/; 6 per cent. (1937>. £94 15/. £95: BAWBA, 1/614: Goldsbiugb, 21/ 20/11; Commercial Bank. 15/9. 16/; British Tobacco. 32/101!.: Broken Hill Proprietary 14/10, 14/9; Dunlop. 9/9, 9/6; Hectrolytic Zinc (pref.). 18/3, 16/1: G. J. Coles 22/6: "Herald." 36/; Hc-Jden's. 11/9; Prestige 13/6- United Provisions. 12/9; Broken ttiii south, 32/9; do. (six weeks). 32/9; North Broken. 42/9, 42/1014. 42/9; Dowy, Weeks. 42/9; Mount Lyell, 22/1014. 22/714; do. (six weeks). 22/9, 22/714: Tongkah Compound. IS/4. 18/9; Rose. Thistle, 6/5; S.A. Oil. 3/10. 4/; Tara-
MELBOURNE QUOTATIONS MELBOURNE QUOTATIONS [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 25 February 1931
MELBOURNE QUOTATIONS MELBOURNE QUOTATIONS Melbourne, February 24. Wheat, quiet, parcels, 2/4, Melbourne. Flour, unchanged, £8. £8 5/. Bran .firm scarce. £4. Pollard, steady, £4 15/. Oats, milling, firmer. 1/8, 1/8; good feed, steady. 1/5, 1/6. Barley, dull; good English, nomi nal. 2/6. 2/7; medium. 2/3., 2/4: seed, Eng lish, 1/7. 1/9; Cape, malting. 1/6. Maize, dull. 3/11, 4/. Chaff, steady, £3, £3 10/ Potatoes, quiet, easier, £3 10/. £3 15/ Onions, light supply, firm, £2 15/. £3 Butter, steady, 1/6'fe, Cheese, higher priced weak, Bd, 9d. Eggs, .steady, llld- 1/1- Jute, quiet, unchanged.
LOCAL MARKET QUIET VALUES LITTLE CHANGED I [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 25 February 1931
LOCAL MARKET QUIET VALUES LITTLE CHANGED I Most private cable advices on Tuseday [?] the English wheat market on the [?] Some message described the [?] as weak and lifeless A Western Seacv. messsgep described *Csra*? ?£ vexk and lifeless. A Western anstra?an parcel by tbe Kirdana January ?MWnc. soid at 23' Quartsr cIX. while * shipment by she Bnndanger. South Aus temn> January b'Xs. &lt;ne placed to Naples ?t 22'4's. Two Australian cargoes were &lt;!>Ktgd to nave been sold to Shanghai, im so particulars wxre i>vai:at:e. Mani isba wheat vss advised as 6d. lower. Stlppm c^.:d 63 Ib. Base Fe Marco sslp- SBest at 21/ quarter. It was stated in ?ne BttxmSe message that Portugal had Va.tliM.wl 30.000 tons of-Argentine wheat CeSvetrvp to and including May. No lie W&& Ureiponl fuuina declined Id. to 4/5 ceexal lor Xa^ch. =fed. to 4^'i May. Vjd. to 4 7 for July, and ??:. to A/9 for October. This nrtn opra?d lower In sympathy ?Sk W^ai3pe?: ?ad -was also...
FARMERS' UNION REPORT DAIRY PRODUCE REPORT BUTTER MARKET STEADY EGGS FIRM CHEESE ADVANCES [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 25 February 1931
FARMERS' UNION REPORT DAIRY PRODUCE REPORT BUTTER MARKET STEADY EGGS FIRM CHEESE ADVANCES The S.A. Farmers' Co-operative Union (dairy produce department) reports under date February 24 as under:—Butter.—The high prices for butter ruling through out high prices ruling throughout Australia have checked consumption to some extent, arid made more butter avail able for overseas export. There Is a good deal of uncertainty existing in connection with the exchange premium, and f.o.b. buyers on London account, as a conse quence, are very nervous, and have re duced their buying limits which is toav ine a steadying effect on prices. Pro duction In South Australia is still being well maintained, and is fax in excess of last year's figures. Low grades ere being exported overseas, ppd limited Importations of choice butter from the eastern States are being made. ' Farmers' Union butter continues to sell well at unchanged rates. Farmers' Union choice quality butter is quoted at 1/714 Ib. Li bulk (l...
SYDNEY QUOTATIONS Sydney. February 24. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 25 February 1931
SYDNEY QUOTATIONS Sydney. February 24. Sydney. February 24. Straw, Tasmanlan derrick-pressed, to £4 10/; Victorian, to £4: Victorian oaten hay. £7 ton. Maize, prime, to 4/: weevlly. to 3/9 bushel Millet. £30 to £35 ton. Peas. Tasmanlan. ex store blue 6/. grey 7/ bushel Potatoes. Tasmanlan Brownells. £6 10/; Blsmarcxs. £6: Victorian Carmens, £5 10/. Onions, Victorian, to £4 10/: Tasmanlan Swedes, £6. Carrots, £6 ton. Honey, board minimum prices. Queen B 414 d.: Honey B ,4d-. Bus=y B 314 d. Ib. Esgs. board prices, new-laid, hen. 1/6: medium. 1/3: pullet. Ud.: case. 1/2: duck, first grade 1/6. second israde 1/4; other grades, northern rivers. South Coast, and railway consignments. 1/2 dozen. Wheat, quiet; silo offered 2/3; limited business In small parcels, but buyers mostly on 2/2' i: barged wheat, nominally 2/4: millers' and shippers' limits for growers' sagged lots reduced a farthing to the basis of 2/2 U. ex. trucks, Sydney 1/7?1 country; farmers selling fairly freely. ADELAIDE DAI...
Victoria Staves Off Outright Defeat [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 25 February 1931
Victoria Staves Off Outright Defeat | Nilschfce (12) and Grimmett resumed South Australia's innings, the score being four for 32. In the first half- hour the pair added 10 runs, sis of them being sundries. Grimmett im proved the scoring rate by off-driving Alexander for four. In the same over, ; however, the fast bowler took a bril liant catch off his own bowling. Grim mett had batted half an hour for six runs and hit one four. Tobin played out Alexander's over, and at that stage r Alexander and Ironmonger possessed the same figures—l4 overs, three maidens, 18 runs, and two wickets—an unusual coincidence. South Australia's first 50 was scored in 107 minutes. Nitschke obtained his first four by sending a short-pitched : ball from Ironmonger to the fine-leg fence. Tobin drove Ironmonger for ' three, and, continuing in aggressive mood, the colt entered double figures by on-driving ? Davidson for four. Nitschke then gave Woodfull an easy chance at silly mid-on. Tobin Breaks Bis Bat Wait...
SOUTH AUSTRALIA DEFEATS VICTORIA ON FIRST INNINGS Woodfull's Team Wins Sheffield Shield VISITING CAPTAIN AND RYDER SAVE SIDE BY STQNEWALUNG [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 25 February 1931
SOUTH AUSTRALIA DEFEATS VICTORIA ON FIRST INNINGS Woodfull's Team Wins Sheffield Shield VISITING CAPTAIN AND RYDER SAVE SIDE BY STQNEWALUNG Having dismissed South Australia for 154 in the second innings, Victoria had to make 225 runs in 140 minutes to win the last Sheffield Shield match of the season, which finished at the Adelaide Oval yesterday. The rapid dismissal of the early batsmen by Tobin, however, forced "Wbodfull and Ryder to adopt stonewalling tactics to stave off outright defeat, and the pair patiently blocked ball after ball for more than an hour. When it was obvious that South Australia could not prevent Tic tcria from Raining the single point which would give them posses sion of the shield for the second season in succession, all interest went ?at of the game, and the regular bowlers were relieved by players who rarely appear in that role. At stumps Woodfull and Ryder were still at the wickets, and South Australia had to be content with a first ' : innings victory. Wa...
BIG TASK FOR H.S.W. Most Make 429 To-day to Win WEST INDIES IN STRONG POSITION Sydney, February 24. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 25 February 1931
BIG TASK FOR H.S.W. Most Make 429 To-day to Win WEST INDIES IN STRONG POSITION Sydney, February 24. The New South Wales team will find it difficult to defeat the West Indies as, with only one more day's play re- maining, it will have to score 429 runs to-morrow. The feat is not Impossible - with Bradman, Kippax, and *f*&lt;rflbr> still unconquered, but the match at present is very much is favor of tbe tourists, -who have shown Improved. - form. The visitors in this match gave their finest display with the bat. From the first ball they showed a desire to at tack the bowling, and, as a result, runs came at a fast rate tfcjougbout their - innings. The fastest was when 50 runs were scored In 20 minutes, but at all stages clever running between tbo wickets and an evident desire to aeefc runs were refreshing to the crowd, which enjoyed the brisk exhibition. Mastering- Slow BowHnr In scoring 403 for nine wickets, tbe West Indies showed that they have ' learned the value of footw...
Monetary and Commercial BRITISH SHIPS SLUMP IN BUILDING By the CITY EDITOR [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 25 February 1931
Monetary and Commercial BRITISH^ SHIPS SLUMP IN BUILDING By the CITY EDITOR Some figures relating to British ship- [?]ding for the fourth, quarter of 1330, which were issued in London Just be- [?] the last mail left, afforded little MRzst?C&oa and indicated that the full returns of Lloyd's Register for the year would be disappointing. TjnintHiinpi daring toe October to December period *'""*"'W to 297.000 tons, a decrease of ?boat 83.000 tons on the previous quar ter, vefcite tannage begun, including the ttev giant Cunarder. totalled only YT'f" ? tons, or 29.000 tons less than Car lix three months ended Septem ber 30. The volume of work in hand, MMOO toss, fell by 238,000 tons, as compared with the position three ?ntite earlier, and was 651,000 ton§ ?im than the corresponding figure ftar December 31, 1929. Commencing an these Cguna. the "Economist" said —"Wben consideration is given to the Ikct that ??fcwr? under construction at tte end of December, represented as aanch as 38...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 25 February 1931
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BARBER ACROSS BORDER No Bed for Three Days [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 25 February 1931
BARBER ACROSS BORDER No Bed for Three Days Having almost given up hope of reach- ing Melbourne within 11 days, as he set out to do, Syd Barber, on his marathon walk, still thinks there is a hope of set- ting there within 11-'- days. He reached Heywood, Victoria, last night, and after a short rest, intended to push on. He has walked 140 miles in. the last three days ,and during that timo, since Sunday morning, has not once been in bed. He has slept for only short periods along the route. He crossed the border into Victoria early yesterday morning, having left Mount Gambier at 9.25 pjn. the previous day, after a great reception there. Breakfast at Dartmoor At 850 am. yesterday he walked into Dartmoor, the first township across the border. After breakfast and a bath there, he pushed on through the forest country to Heywood. Last night, by telephone, he said he had lost about I ~ . . —rrssrx^"^ rz~^i\ three pounds in weight since he left Adelaide, but was feeling fit. His only trouble w...
TRADING BANKS SAY, "CUT WAGES AND SALARIES" Reply to Latest Federal Proposals THEODORE PLAN UNDERSTOOD TO BE REJECTED Premiers to Hear Comments To-day Melbourne, February 24. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 25 February 1931
TRADING BANKS SAY, "CUT WAGES AND SALARIES" Reply to Latest Federal Proposals THEODORE PLAN UNDERSTOOD TO BE REJECTED Premiers to Hear Comments To-day Melbourne, February 24. In Accord with Commonwealth Bank , The position of the Commonwealth ' Bank in connection with the conference of trading banks has been somewhat misunderstood. Its board co-operated ' in raiKng jjje conference, but its repre sentatives took no part in the delibera tions of the general managers of the trading banks, excepting on tucb. mat ters as those in which the Common wealth Bank was directly concerned. The resolution of the trading banks therefore expresses their own opinions, and the fact that these opinions are in general agreement with those ex pressed by the Commonwealth Bank renders them doubly important. No official statement of the contents was made to-day, bnt it is believed that the banks, like the board of the Commonwealth Bank, have refused to be associated with any scheme for the re habilitation ...