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Adelaide Mail (Newspaper) - August 12, 1933, Adelaide, South Australia National Library of Australia you will never taste a finer cocktail than Gin and two All hotels. Per bottle. 6/9 hip pint. 3/6. ? might i flumes i a edition i a to by i at All chemi5t5 and stores i = prepared by Burden Leo. Adeta Ioe. ii feverish trading on change records broken in strongest Market for year Selling Rush like Boom times the feverish trading in Western australian Gold mining issues approached old time Boom Levels on the Stock Exchange of Adelaide today. More than 47,000 shares changed hands in less than two hours in the strongest Gold Market that has ruled for More than a year. Two records for heavy trading which have stood for More than 12 months were shattered by the Avalanche of business. There was record business for one Call also for a week s official business. All of the leading stocks were again higher than yesterday s top Levels. Some outstanding rises have occurred compared with the closing rates at the end of last week. This week 367.000 Gold shares changed hands. The following table 6how6 the prices which ruled for the leading stocks at the close of business today and their move ment and turnover for the week today s movement turnover Stock. Price for week for week. A. Amo elated new 0 6 6 Al la 22.000 associated Northern 0 2 8 x 3d. 26.000 Boulder pen ? 0 4 so x to. 43.000 great Boulder 0 13 3 x2/7 a 39.000 great boulders its. 0 6 10 x2/6j/2 11,000 Lake View and & i 12 3 x2/5 11,500 mount Coolon 13 6 x i id. 8,000 mount Morgan 200 x2/ 5.500 new Guinea Gold. 0 7 10 x 9d. 9,000 Norseman ? 0 14 ii alld. 21,000 North Kal Gurli 0 17 0 x2/8 22.000 Ora band o 3 7vz x a. 10,000 Varinaa ? 0 2 3 x 51/zd. 24.000 Phoenix ? 0 3 to a 3d. 8,500 bom of a Wallet 283 x8/ 12,500 x denote Rise fall there have been consistent rises throughout the week on the London Stock Exchange where buyers have been impressed by the improving returns from mines and the progressive policies adopted by the boards of management which have enabled them to take fall advantage of the present High Price of Fine Gold. The local Market has been Quick to respond. There has been a tense air about the bidding on change for the past three Days and this morning the activity reached its height. In die Only official Call for a saturday morning the buying was frenzied and 26,000 shares changed hands under the eyes of the chairman or. A. D. Young in less than an hour. This creates a record for heavy dealing on the local Exchange. The previous highest number of shares sold in one Call was on july 14 last year when turnover was 22,100. The week s Sale in the room also broke the record for the highest number of shares sold in official Calls. The total Rae 224.550. Compared with 218.000 Doue in a week last july when there was a Boom in Western australian stocks. The outstanding stocks this week have been sons of Gwalia. Greit Boulder. North Kahr urls. And Boulder perseverance. In the period. Sone of Gaia. Which released a favourable return for last month s work Ings have risen 8/. Great Boulder in med from 11/11 res Ter Day afternoon to 12/4%. Following the receipt of a Telegram from the mine which advised that an average assay value of 1 of. A ton had been obtained in the recently disclosed lode and tie line continued upward today to 13/3 on the Exchange of a further 7.000 shares. North Kal Gurli Rose steadily from 14/4 to 17/4 when the influence of profit taken took the Price Down to 17/. Boulder per Severance have had the largest turnover for the week. More than 43,000 have changed hands in a steady demand at prices from 3/10 on monday to 4/5% to Day. In the smaller priced stocks the out standing Rise has been in associated new which has risen from 4/7 to 6/6 for the week on a turnover of 22,000 shares. Full report of today s Gold sales on Page 10. The Stock Exchange Melbourne saturday. Following a Strong London Market. Western austra Lian and new Guinea Gold mining snares were again taken at higher prices on the Stock Exchange of Melbourne. This morning sons of Gwalia. Which had a Market valuation of 39/6 a week ago and reached 47/3 yesterday closed at 48/6. Great Boulder 2,300 shares and associated Gold were both marked up /2. Lake View and Star 1,500 shares including 1,200 on Forward accountant Wilna appreciated 1/, and associated Northern blocks 900north Kakurai 1,800boulder perseverance and North Kalff Urli Central made further headway. The Large new Guinea producers Ulolo and new Guinea Goldfields 1,500rose 9d. And 6d. Respectively. Hercules Bendigo responded to an improved yield with a gain of 6d. On Light trading. Queensland issues were firmer on email business. Inflated land values alleged in n . Sydney saturday. Amazing allegations were made before the acting Mas Ter in equity at the hearing of applications by the liquidator of the Federal building Assurance co. For the settlement of the list of contributors to that com Pany. Land it was alleged bought for �2,500 by one company was sold to another company for �83,000. Other land valued in the company s books at �53,000 was rated at �200 by the local Council. Further allegations were that the chair Man of directors who Drew �32,000 in commission in four years received his j dividends while shareholders received i theirs in shares and he was paid �10,000 on his retirement. Point Mcleay Mission station footballers types of aborigine footballers from Point Mcleay Mission station if co played in a return match against colonel Light gardens at colonel Light gardens today. For Leay Mission return colonel Light at today. Mollison will seek distance record mail special representative new York saturday. J. A. Mollison the British aviator has sailed for England in the Majestic Toi Rush work on the new plane in which he anticipates seeking the world s Longdo Tance flying record in company with his wife formerly Amy Johnson. Mollison said that the new machine would be a Duj placate of the plane in which he and his i wife crashed at Bridgeport Connecticut he indicated that they would try to bet 1 Ter the record get by the frenchmen Codos and Rossi who this week made a non Stop flight of 5,915 Miles from new j York to Rayak Syria. Mrs. Mollison who remained in new York has announced that she will Fly to Montreal next week to attend the Canaj Dian air pageant. I record time made by Redditch wins big Chase with 12 St. 13 by our special correspondent Melbourne saturday. An excited crowd cheered wildly As Redditch burdened with 12 Stone 13 pounds cleared the last obstacle of 24 in the australian steeplechase at of Alfield today and came Down the straight leisurely to win from Moss trooper and George William. He Wae timed to run the three and a half Miles in 6.54$, which is h Sec bet Ter tins the record for the race held by the South australian bang bang. All through the race Redditch gave a wonderful display of jumping and it was hib ease in this direction which lightened Hie stupendous task. He is one of six horses which have won the grand National steeplechase at Flemington and the australian steeplechase at Caulfield in the same season. Mo6strooper also came in for a share of applause for his Gallant Effort against the season s Champion fencer. Five fall in hurdles i better conditions could not have been imagined for australian steeplechase Day. Lured by the Prospect of a spectacular race a Large crowd appreciably in excess of that of the same fixture last year j was in attendance. J thrills came Early in the Day when five horses fell in a sensational hurdle race j pre Post betting on the steeplechase had been paralysed by the obvious Supe priority of Redditch who was the youngest horse in the race. His easy Victory and the Success of earlier favourites put the crowd in excellent humor. No bets under 5 to 4 was offered against Hedditch. He started at 10 to 9 asst. Moss trooper was always second favorite i one of the biggest Bete Laid against red ditch was �1,000 to �800, and it was nothing uncommon to see wagers of �50 to �100 on him. Redditch s Victory was another blow for double bookmakers. It is expected j that the winning double Poi Dale Redditch. Will take Between �8,000 and �10,000 out of the ring. Full results on Page 8 May be Fine for week end except for a few showers in the i morning the weather tomorrow should be Fine the government meteorologist or. Bromley said . A Large High pressure system covered the whole of the state. The Centre of it appeared to be near Adelaide. I people flee from Forest fires in Newfoundland St. John s. August 11. Several Vil Lages on the Northern coast of newfound land were evacuated on Friday night when Forest fires prevented their escape except by water. Hundreds of Small boats carried the Danic stricken refugees to safety. Several buildings on the outskirts of Burn Seton were destroyed. Interested spectators at picturesque Oak Bank meeting the Adelaide Hunt club Point to Point steeplechase meeting attracted Many Tell Knioum. Adelaide people to the Oak Bank racecourse today. From left or. And mrs. Bronte Smeaton misses Mary and Nancy males Peggy Fenner and Miriam Ifould and miss Mary toll and miss Connie Linsdau. It will be noticed that some of the girls Are wearing High boots. State Golf title ties in first round the qualifying rounds for the state championship were played at Kooyenga today. The Best scores were put up by w. S. Ramiu. The titleholder. And w. Ackla tid Horman jun., with 149 each. These two tied in the qualifying round for the Kooyenga club championship and in the final last saturday Ackland Horman won. Thirteen of the 16 qualifying places were filled today and four players with 166 each will play off Over 18 holes to Morrow for the last three places. Thie four includes three Glenelg representatives. D. Crook the youngster from that club qualified in thirteenth place and d. Jenk aeon i lab cite just failed to it into the tie for the play off by one stroke. ? ? the draw for monday is Rymill a Winser Ackland Horman v. Saw Ere Toms v. Crook Tobin v. Kanaley Swift v. Lemann. The result of the play off tomorrow will decide the partners for a. P. Mclachlan Ian Mclachlan and h. C. Nott. It seems a pity that in the first round of match play the state s four leading players Rymill Winser Ackland Hor Man and Sawers should have been drawn to play against each other. However these pairs Are in opposite halves of the draw and if As seems prob Able one of each pair goes through Hie half of the draw the final nest saturday should be interesting. Other references on Page 10 evangelist and husband Happy again mail special representative Hollywood. Saturday. Aimee Mcpherson the red hot gos i peller of Angelus Temple and her 18-St. Third husband David Hutton. Today Ici Sph and made friends and Hutton will drop the divorce proceedings. Aimee Mcpherson i i6 42,and Hutton in j 10 years younger. H e recently announced that he was seeking a divorce on the ground of extreme mental cruelty. I m tired of Mcphern monism tired of being a. Plaything a poodle dog hut ton boldly said last month when his wife was on 3 health for up to Paris. Now i m i going to have my Aimee Mcpherson own engagements singing on the stage As befits an artist Euch As i am but the first night he appeared the audience pelted him with Rotten eggs. Then Aimee mcpher5on hurried Back from Paris declaring that she still loved him. And now Well David has come to Realise. That being her husband is probably better than an Independent career. Hockey player hit on head Kenneth Fisher aged 35. Employed by the Shell co., received injuries when he waa struck on the head by a hockey Ball at the Shell co s ground on the South Parkland this afternoon. He Wae playing in a match Between the Shell co. And Kenwood a team. He was treated at the Adelaide Hospital. Motor cyclist Hurt John William Leigh aged 29. Of Alice Avenue. Enfield. Received cuts to the head when a motor he was Riding collided with a motor car in Galway venue Broadview today. He was treated a the Adelaide Hospital. Man Breaks leg when he swerved to avoid an approach inn motor car in Park Street. Hackney Tohn Clark need 40. Of Torrens Street. Is. Peters. Feel Oft ins bicycle. He was admitted to the Adelaide Hospital suffering from a draft nil Lee. Former master of supreme court dead waiter Leslie Stuart aged 58, formerly master of the supreme court died at Northfield Hospital this afternoon. It had been in ill health for several month and was admitted to Northfield Hospital on May 17. Of vital importance. Glenelg Are Only one Point behind Norwood on the Cre Miers Bip list and the Bay Side will have to continue a winning sequence to keep in ? the the of her two Eames. Norwood will be opposed to West at the showgrounds and North will be at Home to South at Prospect. I scores in the Adelaide game were Victoria ? 1513 j South Australia. A 17 j How . Lost in Sydney by o. J. O Grady Sydney saturday. Victoria in defeating South Australia by 44 Points to Day clearly indicated that they were the better Side in the carnival final. Victoria were Strong at All Points and were evenly balanced but South Australia were particularly weak in attack. Alt Houth South Australia showed glimpses of form they were definitely out c eased on the play although South Australia Defeated Western Australia twice they did not Cive Victoria any where near the fight Western Australia did last saturday. If Western Australia can place As Strong a team in ithe Field at the nest Carval in Perth Fri 1936. Victoria should lose the title they have held Cince 1924. Scores in the Sydney game were Victoria ?. 1516 South Australia. 98 carnival cup to n.. Player Sydney saturday. J. Still the new South Wales Rover has been awarded the highest Honor in the australian foot Ball carnival by Vrinnie the Conder. Cup for the Best and fairest player. W. Jones however was elected the Best and fairest members of the new South Wales team. Stiff received five votes Collins Victoria and Fleming Western Australia each three Dinnerville Canberra Bitton Victoria and Brownlow new South i Wales each two. I full details of today s matches in Sydney and Adelaide on pages 9 anti 10. ? Penny a gallon Cut in petrol to operate Here on monday Price drops 6d. Since january first Grade 1/7 it is authoritatively stated that on monday the major Oil companies in South Australia and Victoria will re Duce petrol prices by a Penny a Rallon making the charge for first Grade 1/7. This reduction will make a total in grease in South australian petrol prices since january 10 of 6d. A gallon. Independent of companies in Melbourne have already reduced ten air prices by a Penny a gallon in anticipation of the move. . Octroi was bold in Victoria today for 1/7 and 1/5. For first and second Erade petrol respective la. The major Oil companies in Melbourne have not officially confirmed the reductions but two Large petrol stations handling Only Maior company products today altered the Price tags on their pumps to the new lower prices. South australian resellers have not been notified of the impending reduction but when informed of the victorian changes they said that South Australia would be bound to follow Euit. It is understood that the Independent Oil companies Here will brine about the Penny reduction on monday As Well. Or. A. M. Mcrae manager of h. C. Sleigh said that his firm would follow ? the Lead of. The Melbourne firms on monday. _ the Cut would be in the wholesale Price and whether retailers would pase it on to Consumers was of course a matter for them to decide. . Go Down fighting in local game Victoria win carnival by High flier in is game of thrills from Start to finish South Australia were beaten by eight Points in the interstate match against Victoria on the Adelaide Oval today. South Australia were also beaten by Victoria in the deciding game of the car Nival in Sydney. Victoria s win at the Adelaide Oval was attributable to two fast drives in the last Quarter after the Home forwards Hadi failed badly in their kicking. South Australia scored for behinds in a Row from comparatively easy positions at a vital stage to c Ganie. ? accurate Jack of ing would have South Australia a Strong grip on the game. J taken All through the South Anetra i lians did exceptionally Well to run the visitors to an eight Point margin. Saturday s league games j league tames will be resumed nest sat a urday. After a fortnight s break for the carnival in Sydney. The carnival Tea will return to Adelaide on tuesday. Port and torrent will stage the match of the Day at Alberton. The magpies j must win to retain the Barest of chances of reaching the finals. Sturt and Menete will clash at the Ade 1 Laide Oval and Here again the game is i ? ? flood drowns 50 in India Calcutta. Saturday. Fifty people were drowned while asleep in their huts on the Bank of a River near Chandi. In the state of Hyderabad. Be cause of heavy Rains water overflowed the River Bank and swept away the huts. Only five people escaped. The bodies of 38 villagers have been re 1 covered at different Point on the lower reaches of the River. Berri Man gets big title prize news spreads Over town j Fullarton win the second prize of �140 in the of. St Nate artist Competition went right up into the country this week or. J. M. Wishart of Berri. Scoring a win with he did t shift his ground for the third week in succession the first prize has been won by a Fullar Toa resident. The title sent in by the first prize Winner or. S. Macdonald of Foster Street Fullarton was he should be fired with enthusiasm this earned for him the handsome sum of �337 14/. Or. Macdonald who is 29 years of age and unmarried submitted Sis titles this week. He paid a tribute to the efforts of the news and the obstinate artist in conducting a Competition which had raised More than �9,000 for Charity in a Little More than three months. Excited by news when or. Wishart was told on the Telephone that he had won the second prize the did not believe the news at i first. I that s some news he then said and i turned to talk to some friends. The rest was lost As a Chick announced that he had Cut of in his excitement j when connected again or. Wishart said that it was Only the second contest for which he had entered. His entries were sent in on the mail Coupon. Or. Wishart celebrated his Success by playing football in the afternoon and giving a dinner party to his friends . The news had spread All Over Berri by noon today and the whole town is entering for the obstinate artist Charity Competition said or. Wishart this even ing. At the football grounds everyone waned to be More interested in the artist Lilian in the game this was Only or. Wishart s second at tempt in the Competition. Third prize �112 11/6, was awarded Eor drive slowly Man working Point submitted by or. A. L. Lewis 9f 54 Bainville Street. Prospect. Will be Handy the fourth prizewinner mrs. I. A sous of 15 George Street Unley Park was Busy answering Telephone congratulations this morning. She had evidently no preconceived ideas How she would spend the �84 s/6 which her title hav ing a loaf at his diggings won for her. J it will be very Handy she said. Or. Stanley White of 16 Cassie Street Ivanik Erville who was awarded fifth prize is engaged to be married. He described j is prize As most Welcome this 23-year-old furrier s eyes 6parkled when he Vas told the Nen e that his title going i Ufi during working hours had won for him �56 5/9. J danced round shop Well in t that wonderful Eaid miss d. Parkes. When she was found at the counter of a Hindley Street shop and told that Ehe had won sixth prize of �42 4/3. She did an Impromptu dance round the shop and then told How she had had her hair waved a Day or to . Someone asked her Why she had done this and shei replied. So that my photograph can be taken on saturday As Winner in the news obstinate Artusi Competition full prize list Page 5 England wins toss in test mail special representative Londo saturday. Wyatt England s Captain won the toss and batted first in the third test against the West indies at the Oval today. The weather was Fine and a fairly Large crowd attended. The teams Are West indies Grant Captai Roach Barrow. Headley a Costa Sealey merry Achong Valentine Martindale Griffiths Christiani twelfth. England Wyatt Walters Turnbull Marriott Hammond Ames. Langridge Nichols. Clark Bakewell Barnett. Gre gory twelfth. J Mur rtt Loo City wrestling Jack Tiger Higgins Defeated Joe on Points in the wrestling match at the cite Baths . Each Man gained one . J3c Cey Dies after fall Melbourne j. Stubbs. Tas jockey who received Cus inn and brain injuries when Prince Flaviola fell in the knows Loy at Caulfield this afternoon died in the Alfred Tui not. Stubbs was about 24. He had had recent successes on Taanya. Cuban army joins rebels what Page 2 new 100 . Car patrol work for police wireless fitted Melbourne saturday a new wireless patrol car which Cost �1,500, has 12 cylinders and is Cap Able of a Speed of 100 Miles an hour. Will be ready for police service in n j few Days. Only minor fittings remain to be added. The car is fitted with six lights and the now standardised electric Silver warning Bells in front. Other is rate include a new swivel Light centrally placed Over the Windscreen and larger lights mounted on the near Side. J the steering is of the most modern Type and the car has automatic gear changing apparatus. The new car will take its place in an enlarged patrol system which was inaugurated a March. With the five other patrol car now in use. It will work in conjunction with eight motor Cycle patrols which will shortly be fitted wry wireless. The whole Snetro Volitan wireless patrol system will co operate with the motor Cycle patrol established in coun try districts thus throwing Over Al most the entire state a Mobile Force for the prevention and rapid detection of crime. More wireless telegraphy classes Are. Now being held to fit motor Cycle Crews Eor their Job. After Long experiments to overcome technical difficulties associated with the fitting of motor cycles with wireless a Standard set has been evolved. Authority for the Purchase of a radio equipment for the eight motor cycles was Given by Cabinet a fortnight ago. Won obstinate artist contest prizes today s pictures of seme of the in Sennert in this week s obstinate artist contest. From left or. S. Macdonald. Of 3 Foster Street Fullarton first prise miss. D. Parkes of 106 Hindley Street Adelaide sixth prise and or. S. White of 16 Cassie Street a Walkerville fifth prize. The new Standard six British Chevrolet there an now two Ohe rows. This Model the Standard six has All Chevrolet us mrm. Bit b blighty smaller and provide Tow Sammt Economy in a full sized comfortable car. Other models tourer and roadster �275 Coupe �330 distributors City motors Ltd 95 Waymouth Street Chevrolet division. 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