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Adelaide Mail (Newspaper) - January 21, 1933, Adelaide, South Australia National Library of Australia neglected Graves at West Terrace overgrown strewn with Rusty tins cemetery rapidly filling new area needed stricter control urged West Terrace cemetery Adelaide where 98,000 people Are buried is nearly full and before Long provision will have to be made either to extend it or open a new cemetery for the City. Many Graves at West Terrace Are in a sadly neglected state. Rank grass grows Over obscuring the Tomb stones while on others there Are heaped ashes Rusty tins and broken Glass jars. The general effect in such places is that of a rubbish Heap rather than a sacred plot in god s acre a suggestion to the government will be made by the Adelaide City Council at its meeting on monday that the control and management of any further acquired property for a Public cemetery should be handed Over to a Board of trustees to prevent a repetition of the unsightly and deplorable conditions now existing at West Terrace Ceme Tery members of the City Council fear that the government contemplates adding _ to the cemetery by taking in a Large portion of the a Rylands that lie to the South of it and abut Anzac Highway on its nor them Side. Strong opposition is Likely to be Given to any move to alienate por Tion of the a Rylands for this purpose. Cars. Willcox Homburg. And Grundy Frith a photographer and a representative of the mail visited the cemetery this 1 week and signs of sad neglect where Graves have been Over run with weeds and broken railings and headstones lie on the ground. Probably in Many instances there Are no surviving relatives of the buried to tend the Graves for records show that the earliest burial was made in 1837, soon after the foundation of South austra Lia. Pathetic sight wild Oats and other grasses have grown profusely this year and Are As High As 5 it. In places. The growth almost bides Many monuments and Here and there it is pathetic to see How relatives have kept Clear a Little Flower decked Mound while weeds Sway High about it. The Clearing of the grass has been a problem for the authorities and fire has been employed in Many instances with damaging effect. Wooden railings and headpieces have been charred and ashes left about in heaps. High grass Over growing Graves nearly obscures Tombstone. I fallen railing and broken Tombstone at West Terrace cemetery Ili at every new interments Are being made on the Western Side of the cemetery on lower ground close to mile end goods Yard. Thl is much lower than the older parts of the cemetery and below the surface the ground is waterlogged. In one grave that had been sunk in readiness for a burial there was 18 in. Of water at the Bottom. Pumps stood nearby and it was said that before a burial the water must be pumped out of the Graves. Sneh a state of affairs cannot be in the interest of Public health it is contended apart from any sentimental objection to the bodies of loved ones resting in water. The thickly populated suburbs of Kes Wick and Hilton Are lower than this por Tion of the cemetery and water from it must eventually percolate through the ground to those suburbs. There Are sections of the cemetery where Graves have been carefully tended and the lawns and Flowers would be a credit to aay Garden. In the soldiers cemetery tablets of uniform design rest on Well kept Green swards in Row after Row. I tuesing the neglected state of parts of the cemetery or. Homburg said that Little could be done to remedy it where relatives were not Here to care for the Graves but 6teps could be taken to guard against a similar state of affairs in the new cemetery that must be opened before Long. It is very upsetting to people who have loved ones buried at West Terrace Ceme Tery and look after their Graves to see adjoining plots neglected he Eaid. In Many instances weeds have been burned round there Well ordered Gravee and the heat of the flames has withered lawns damaged headstones and broken the Glass of artificial Wreath containers. Those who intend to look after the Graves should be provided for in a special Section of the cemetery. A Lump Eum could be paid to the cemetery authorities so that the plots could be maintained in perpetuity. Those not willing to make such arrangements could be provided for in another Section. Wooden Monument charred Token grass was burned off. Charred with Euch provision neglected Graves could not be alongside Well tended ones. To my mind Many people would be willing to spend less on an elaborate Tombstone if they were Able to devote the Money saved to maintenance under such scheme. There is Ako much to be said for a suggestion that there should be a uniformity of Graves and headstones such As exists in the soldiers cemetery. The Upkeep would be greatly simplified under such a system which does not Call for individual railings around plots see you again ? you will have lots 6 fun ? and no regrets. Economical touring a. Ccu Nonty. Jsam so Kim As y o i w ant your car and your Biliy we a a while they last monday 10/6 White panamas or or s a 425ns duo 200 whte Panama hats Laree and medium � so v. Nigl Irlikis trimmed with corded ribbon or Patent. \ s la a11 fittings. Usually 10/6 myer Beau Hahng v a Sale 1/h each. No deliveries or mall orders. 8/11 Linene Beach frocks for a As sketch smart styles in popular _ j i Linene Beach frocks All effectively trimmed Yul / a i and Good colourings. S.s.w., s.w., a. / h / b a usually 8/11 myer rebuilding Sale 4/6 m / a a 10/11 skirts cardigans Ete. 4/11 ooh 200 garments to Clear regardless of oust comprising skirts. So a \ i Hul ovens. And cardigans new season s stocks. Good Rol rings. / or i usually up to 10/13 myer rebuilding Sale. 4/11 earn / / \ i 12/11 Floral voile frocks for 5/11 of i \ Many distinctive styles Pinafore effect. With White $ / a Blouse others with Organ die trimmings. Excellent Tonips. I j it / a ., a. Usually 12/11 myer rebuilding Sale. 5/11 / n i 4 2/11 silk plated bloomers at 1/74 / a Good Quality silk plated bloomers assorted Culins with Gus / -11 \ set and Strong elastic. Usually 2/11 myer rebuilding Sale / j i \ 1/7 a each. / j 1 6/11 hair Ord Cambric frocks 3/11 c�1uj delightful designs and colourings in hair Ord and Cambric \ 1 / frocks Well shaved with and without collars. All, in i v / eluding . Usually 6/11 myer rebuilding Sale. 3/11 Eai i. I j i ladies 1/6 summer vests at 1/ a 3/6 Floral Cambric apron ettes for 1/11 ladies Floral Cambric apron ettes. Good colors and designs bound Offu clively in contrasting Bias. Pocket Etc. Usually 3/ti myer rebuilding Sale. 1 11 each. Monday at 9 l 1 an amazing series of famous 1 in Lull r -3 a apr Al the i a a \ 1 1 a \ i a i Willil Ash at counters no phone or mail orders if jute available Only from 9 til 12 or earlier Tir if sold out be Early at 9 Sharp How feminine eyes will Shine How dress makers both Home and professional will if hurry to share monday at Myers ? sensational clearance i dress remnants j ?9 amazing bargain tables an Avenue Ujj ? of remnants of the most unheard of bar 1 gain Levels share while they last ? 1 3$ up to 5/ silk remnants for i a useful Short lengths we t j or Worth up to 5/- while ? i my i Jav they last 1/6 each. I vib 1%$ up to 8/11 assorted spun Silks to Clear 2/6 i Illel us Piwald add fancy spine tried up to 8a1 whue they last 2/6 ii ls5 9/6, Ull Continental Silks to Clear at 5/ i i Plain and fan y. Satins crepe de Chenes Marocain a Etc usually in Illel it 9/6 14/11 Wylle they last 3/ each Iii a 15/6 to 19/11 Continental Silks to Clear 7/6 1 a satins crepe de Chenes Marocain a Etc. Useful designs and lengths in Lull usually 15/6, 19/1 l Vehue they Laet 7/6 each. Iii ii 18/11, 35/ Board end lengths to Clear 9/11 i Illel i i from 3% to 5 Yards Long 2s0 lengths to choose from. Popular Iii Illel int weaves. In Plain fancy and Stripe effects. Usually 18/11 35/ while in Lull Mim a they last 9/i1 cach ii Iii i up to 21/ Cotton remnants i Illel 450 onl5r lengths of voile and. A # Rayon suitable for frocks skirts a # jumpers Etc. Usually up to 21/ t i Al myer Star bargains 5/ each. First a h in Lull ?2? up to 10 ? Woollen remnants to Clear at 2/6 Illel 30� Woollen remnants in varied weaves and colors. Usually up to i i Illel cd 10/ myer St or bar gauls -/6 each fat f1-m-r in Lull a up 5- / Cotton dress remnants to go 1/3 Illel St 750 Cotton dress remnants phenomenal value tories. Bayous prints. Lilloll Bdl Etc usual y up a v Mer Star bargains 1/3 each. First . I a a zit up to 10/ assorted remnants to Clear 2/6 1 Lilly v 1.000 Cotton and artificial silk fabrics in Good useful lengths. Usually ill Illel cd p t0 10/ myer Star a realms 2 each in Lull Isle up to 19/11 assorted frocks to Clear at 5/ Iii it 20� hair Ord Hor Porelle Check Zephyr and voile frocks. Popular in Iii flu styles Long or Short sleeves. Good colors. S.s.w., s.w., w. Usually a ? Iii in ref up to 19/11 myer Star bargains 5/ each. One Only to each customer. A Iii Kaaa second . Al Lull x 5/11 . White twill sheets at i a 34 Only ready for service guaranteed British j 11 cloth. 54 inches by 2i Yards. Usually 5/11 j � 1 1 i Yii myer Star bargains. 2/11 each. Two limit. Of �4 i ii of 6/11, 8/11 full Fash. Silk Hose 1 in Lull ski 10 oddments Only broken Ranee of shades and /111 in Lull in Lull a4v 8lzs pure Siik and to inks Hose All full Fash ? ? i i i a in Lull loved reinforced at Points of Strain shop soiled w / 1 1 in Lull car male imperfect. Usually 6/11, 7/11, 8/11. Myer a / ii la in Lull in a sur a realms 2/11j pair ground p1001 / i to 1/3 tin red fireplace Brick Glo for 10d. In Lull a 20� is specially prepared for fireplaces and hearths and All Stone a 3fff and Cement surfaces. Worth 1/3 myer Star bargains 104 tin. Down Jagy men s 25/ pair Oxford shoes to Clear 14/11 in Lull i fit 10 pairs Tan and Black Oxford shoes with crepe rubber and solid in Lull yi4 leather pump soles. 5 to 10. Usually 25/ myer Star bargains Al Lull an air downstairs. A Lull or 5/11� 8/11 w�o1 bathers for 3/11 in Lull a 1s 75 oddments in boys a Wool bathers elastic knit with coloured in Lull Arev stripes All sizes. Usually 5/11, 7/6, 8/11. Myer Star bargains 3/11 ii Iii a each first fir to men s 12/6, 13 6 poplin & twill pyjamas 5/11 in Lull air 160 fairs in Best English Quality Bright designs tailor finish sizes in Lull v1v 34, 36, 40. Usually 12/, 13/6. Myer sur bargains 5/11 each. In Lull -v4 ground . I Jafffe men s 4/11 spliced seat underpants at 3/3 in Lull Fri 5 of strongly made in soft heavy Cotton weave is s.m., of Ujj Al . Usually 4/11. Myer Star bargains 3/3. Ground . Ill ii is men s 14/11 pair Canvas Oxford shoes 9,11 in Lull a 100 pairs White and coloured with crepe rubber and solid leather jump in Lulla Oie 3 to 10 usually 11/11 myer Sale bargains. 9/11 pair. 1 1 1 is men s 22 6 pure fur Felt hats to go at 13 6 i to 78 Only silk lined in a splendid assortment of colors. Snap brims a Fig to 7. Usually 22/c. Myer Star bargains. 13/ each. Downs sic Jefe 10 6, 19 6 High Grade handbags to go 5 w 100, in Plain and fancy leathers Ziwier fitting others Walle #1 Titos. 12 real Crocodile. Full Etui Jed. Usually 10, c. 19/6 myer stir bargains 5/ cach. I 2 11, 76 kid silk and fabric gloves 1 101 i pairs season s Odd numbers. Belgian kid pure and Art Lucia. I a silk and fabric designs. All perfect. Usually 2/11. 7 6 Over Star i ii a it bar Ains Llo i pair ground . I a 1#t 2 11. 3 11 attractive silk scarves for 1 i a. C5 Only in fancy de a nil. Fic Ivd and Airi Ped effect. Windsor shape 3rtl us i airy 2 u s 1 a re Star Clr ins. 1 each. Ground . I we 15 11, 21 read to Wear hats to go 3 u l.--0. In chiding Panama cloth caoello and Pedaline Sira ivs. Season s it for newest 5 rape. Colors and trimmings. All Futine. Usually 15/11, j v t 21/ Myert tar bargains. 3/11 each first . I 1 1 a 9 11 Chantilly lace Flou icings to go 6/11 to 100 Yards. 33 inches wide exceptionally Fine lace. Floral designs. In Lull j ? t a colors. Usually 8/11 my i Star bargains. 6, u Yard. First i i 15 Doz. Yards hygienic Flannelette 10 6 i Jurj 00 dozen genuine All Britten hygienic while Flannelette. 31 in bes Tut ride. Usually in myer Star a Argaitis. 10/6 dozen Yards. One i Iii Ujj dozen limit. Ground . A Jefe 19 new season twill Winc Eyette for 1/lf to vat b76 Ards British twill Winc Eyette in Creme Pink. Sky. Hello of Tireem. Lemon and Salmon. A inches. Usually 1/9 myer Star bar Lains 1/1% Yard. Ground . Jenft 1 9 Strong galvanised buckets to Clear 1/ Abs 260 Only with bail handle and rim at Bottom. Handy site t Snall a i a 19 Myc a Star Hurt Raizis. I Cadi. Down Silars. A i ? ? i ? i ? til Iii Adelaide Stock Exchange majority of consolidated Loans show advances australian consolidated Loans were again the outstand ing feature on the Stock Exchange of Adelaide during the week. Most of the issues showed advances although today s prices weakened somewhat. Turnover was not Large Only about �20,000 Worth changing hands. Little variation in prices occurred until wednesday when the issues showed a Strong upward movement. This was continued the next Day and yesterday the Market was firm. The following table shows the Price fluctuations in the 4 per cent issues for the week Jan. 14 Jan. 21 1938 �102 2 6 �102 2 6 1941102 7 6 102 15 0 1944 102 7 6 102 15 0 1947102 10 0 103 0 0 1950102 17 6 103 10 0 1953 sex int. 103 5 0 101 17 6 1955101 15 0 101 17 6 1957102 0 0 102 0 0 1959102 2 6 02 10 0 1931102 15 0 102 7 6 a steady to firmer tone ruled for in vestments and miscellaneous investments but attention was limited to about 9,000 shares. Values for Gold mining issues were Gene rally irregular although there Wae an improved trend on wednesday and thurs Day. There was a Sharp falling off in the turnover which did not exceed 75,000 shares. Barrier shares were generally steady despite the erratic prices for dependant metals in London but cant interest was shown in the Section. Today s sales and quotations australian consolidated Loans. 4 1938, �12 5/ �500�102 2/6 �100 4 . 1s41, �102 15/ �500 4 1947, �103 �150 4 . 1950, �103 10/ �100 4 1953, �101 17/6 �150. Investments. Adelaide electric 6% . Pref., 27/ 200 yellow cabs melbourne2/9 200 Adelaide Hope and Nail 15/10 100 Cresco fertilisers Ord., 11/9 100. Silver Lead Zinc. North broken Hill 71/3 50 Sulphide corporation Ord., 7/11 100 Zinc Corpora ton Ord., 27/6 100. Gold. Associated new 3/6% 1503/6 200 Boulder perseverance 2/5 300 Bull Gold deposits 2/5 100 Central Australia exploration �2 15/ Oira 2%d. 400 Gol Den Horseshoe 5/% 100 Hampton areas 1/ 100. Old. 100 Lake View and Star 23/5 200 new Guinea Goldfields 5/% 1005/ 100 Princess Royal 4/2 200 sons of Gwalia 17/10 100 Temora 5/5 200 5/5% 300 mount Jackson Syndicate �15 15/ Phoenix 2/1% 1.4002/2 300. Quotations for of the leading 6t3cks were As follow investments Bank or Adelaide b. �5 15/ commercial Bank s 16/7 elder Smith b. �6 15/, s. �6 16/9 Goldsbrough Mort b. 24/9, s. 25/ broken Hill Gas s. 3/10% South australian Gas b. 18/, s. 18/4 Ade Laide electric Ord., b 34/ Adelaide steam ship b. 21/9, s. 22/. Gun airways s. 37/ Carlton brewery b. 34/, s. 35/6 brewing s. 2s/9 Walker Tlle brewing a l4/, s. 15/9 Gen ral Holden pref., b. 12/3 australian Glass Ord., b. 44/6, s 45/6. British tobacco Ord., b. 32/, s. 33/ broken Hill proprietary b. 27/8, s. 27/9 Clarkson Ord., s. 15/ Cresco fertilisers Ord., b. 11/9, s. 12/ Dunlop Perdriau Ord., s. 17/4 har Ris Scarfe Ord., s. 5/ Hume pipe 10/. Lincoln Mills pref s. 24/ Nestle pref., b. 31/1%, s. 31/4% Wallaroo fertilisers s. 19/6 Wilcox Loftlin s. 6/6. Mining. Mount Lyell b. 21/7, amalgamated Zinc b. 10/4 electrolytic Zinc Ord., s. Is/6 mount Isa b. 9/3, s 10/2 North broken Hill b. 71/1%, s. 71/4 broken Hill South b. 45/10%, s. 46/3 Sulphide corporation Ord. 7/11, s. 8/1 Zinc corporation Ord., b. 27/6, s. 27/8. Associated new b. 3/6, s. 3/6% associated Northern b. 1/1%, s. 1/2% Boulder perseverance b. 2/5, s. 2/6 Golden Horseshoe b. 5/, s. 5/2 great Boulder b 8/11, s. 9/ Kimberley Oil options con., b. 2/2, s. 2/3%. Lake View investment b. 14/ Lake View and Star. B. 23/4, s. 23/5 mount Coolon b. 21/, s. 22/ mount Morgan b. 27/6, s. 27/9 new Deloraine b. 4/, s. 4/3 new Guinea Goldfields b. 4/11, s 5/1 Xora Eman b. 7/5, s. 7/7 North Kal Guril b. 7/11, s. 8/1 sons of Galla b. 17/9, s. 17/11 Temora b. 5/5, s. 5/6 Wilna s. 50/6. Melbourne change Confidence among investors Melbourne saturday. Steadily improving prices for Commonwealth Loans and a strengthening in values for a wide Range of other investments including a number of soundly secured preference issues reflected a confident tone among investors on the Stock Exchange this week. Continued improvement was shown by Commonwealth 4 per cent loan i us and general closing Levels exceeded by several shillings the interest accrued because of the Low prices of base metals there has been Little business in dependant stocks but Levels of barriers have remained fairly steady. The decision of the Silverton Tramway co. Not to pay an interim dividend caused scrip to ease from 17/6 to 16/6. Broken Hill proprietary 6,500 shares Wafe Well supported on the expectation of another dividend payment in May. The Price of shares appreciated 1/6 to 28/. The main feature of trading in Gold shares Wae a Rise of 5/1% in Hercules Bendigo from 37/ cum dividend 4/ to 38/1% sex dividend. Turnover was about 6,000 shares. There _ was intermittent demand for shares in other Bendigo mines which have recently reported favourable ? prospects. The Clearing up of numerous Bull accounts enabled mount Coolon 12.000 shares to hold a steadier tone great Boulder 8,000 showed a Little improvement because of the encouraging Diamond drilling results and other Mem Bers of the Western australian group were fairly steady. Commodity markets irregular the favourable developments in world commodity markets which were the most Gratifying feature of last week s move ments have not been fully sustained this week excepting for raw Wool. Wheat Cotton and base metals have All shown an easier trend on the week but London prices for Greasy fleece wools have firmed by about 5 per cent. On december closing rates. The trend of Wool values in London confirms the recent advances at the Syd Ney and Melbourne sales during the past two weeks and is the most hopeful sign received by the Wool Trade for Many months. Sterling Exchange in relation to the United states Dollar has moved within Nar Row limits this week and is now practically unchanged at 3 dollars 35 cents to �1 Sterling. Fine Gold in London is quoted at �6 2/10 an ounce to divalent to �7 12/10 an ounce in australian cur Rency. All base metals excepting Silver have moved downwards this week. The Falls however have not been Large. Standard Silver on spot is l-16d. Higher at 1/4 15-16 an ounce and Fine Silver on spot has risen by a similar amount to 1/6v& an demands for actual wheat and forecasts of larger shipments from Argentine this season have been mainly responsible for the slight easing in mar be quotations this week. All overseas futures declined yester Day and the local Market for growers lots of wheat has fallen by id. On the week to a Range of 2/7% to 2/8 a Bushel trucks port Adelaide or main outposts

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