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Adelaide Mail (Newspaper) - July 8, 1933, Adelaide, South Australia National Library of Australia �953 raised for Charity in nine weeks tenth title contest begins prizes May be higher \ in nine weeks the obstinate artist contests have raised �953 2/ for Adelaide charities More than �100 a week. Moreover in that period 195 Lucky readers have received �545 4/6 in prizes. There seems to be no limit to the Success of the con tests. Overwhelming As the Rush of entries was this week the response to the new contest which begins today May be even better. If so. There will be bigger prizes and More of them. The picture for the new co Ruosi is Oti Thiafi Pace. A you have to do is of write an Apt and humorous title for it and Forward tie Coupon to the news office. Bocch Terrace. Adelaide with ii. Tor each entry. Charity s share in the new contest will be divided equally Between the Norwood and St. Peters districts the three Citi Zens who will collaborate with Tho editor of the news in the final judge is will be the president of the chamber of manufactures . Uren. The mayor of Ken Sington and Xor Wood . Hanson and the Mayoress of St. Peters mrs. Perry k As Usu i. The prize Money Wil depend on the number of entries received. Sixty Ner cent of the total proceeds will to to Charity and the remaining 40 per cent Grill be distributed in prizes. Entries will close at 5 . On thurs Day but those received in Friday Uuiorn in s Post Ivil also be carefully considered. This week s results w. A. Lewis 54 commercial Road. Hyde Park won first prize of �85 11/ in this week s wonderfully successful contest . Lewis winning title was take it away i be a nag at Home which the judges considered to be the most Apt and Amus ins line for the picture inset the second prize of �26 was won h. Baker. 36a Danby Street. Torrens Ville. Who set in the title snorting Over a Crook jockey. The third beet title we first horse in i a consultation. It was submitted Jack Ham. 76 Grant Avenue. Rose Park who therefore us third prize of �21 a sinking within sight of the Bay was selected the Furrh Best title. Alic Wilkins. 40 Wattle Street. Fuller. Ton estate who sent it in. Thus wins fourth prize of �15 1 mrs. M. Macleod. 43 Fletcher r0a0. Sandwell. Wins if h prize of �10 14. With up title it told the doctor he could eat a horse. 53 prizes of �1 Ltd add lion so the above awards. A of prize. Of � 1 trere allotted As Tel inns just trotted in to Buck you up. Sent 1n to mrs. G. V. Dully i Pirt rns. Brompton. Give tic tits patient something to go on b h Lcona Rii. To 4 Avenue. Keswick. I la never get Well on that mrs. H. For user. 17 Moon s Street. City he asked Tor his jumper mrs. C. Mcbride Honley a acid Road. Torrens Villa. Pay be kicked out s. B. Brimble. �5 Frederick Street. May lands. This is Simer Florence a. Sainsbury. 53 Childers Street. North Adelaide. A hot draught to restore your tempera Ture j k handle 6 kure Avenue. Kings Wood. An outsider runs into a place b. And. Merkel. Brownhill Creek. A needs a patient rider w. J. Parry. St Jelv roa1. Plentl. Your horse just walked in. Sir join Heartt princes Street. Croydon. Trying to put him on a Good thing a. Soulsby. 27 Orchard Avenue. Black Forest. Should be sawed straight out mrs. B. J. Git son. 76 Fisher Terrace. Hilton. Out of place Fay bedside mrs. E. Harris 1 Dudley Avenue. Prospect. Asking a Crook jockey to ride b. Laurie Fork place Wood Lyle. Something to bump him off a e. Roberts. 64 Hars rare Street Largs. Threatened with a Colt h. 8. Plunkett. Belair. That s not a sleeping draught mrs. D. I Hugh. 28 Fisher Terrace. Mile end. Ordered up a leading doctor mrs. H. B. Miller. 215 Brecht on Road Brighton. Taking a Faney to his patient Hedle s Stevens. Box 15. Laura. An unusual View of Tho Bay miss p. Mclaughlin. 28 Augusta Street Glenelg. I can t stand this nagging doctor c. L. Ctr now. 41 Ballant vue Street. Tii Bartou. His horse came in at the finish a. Lufler. Jun. Lois 1 Ulsford Road Prospect. Lying close to the favorite Wilfred Lye. Cd a. Plummer. Stirling Street to store. Ycu la get a kick out of this was sent in Simulia Neoushy George kid second Avenue i Forestville n. G. Read Clark Avenue ply i j in and h. E. Hodge. 17 Olive Soresi pros i pet. Who will therefore Rece Iru Fly each. Making his blood run cola Nas 6-nt in i simultaneously mrs. N. Draper of Crystal Brook and George Martien co smut ii Road who therefore receive 10/ each. Seeing his mount come Home sen la ?.y mrs m. Brown 185 Wattle strip. Malvern. A tonic with a kick in it Brian Gould 42a Fuslier ree Fullarton. Ordered to the mount miss a. Haynes. 73 i Lievre Terrace. North Adelaide. I m not going to Swami of this u. W. Aug son. A o f. U. Faulding & co., lt-l., Aue ladle. She nag and snorts at him in bed i. G. Hobbs. 9 the Grove. Mitch Atu introducing him to fast company a �. Anole Federal hotel. Semaphore. He asked for a Trotter usury Cohen 91 Aba Highway. G be neg. I Don t want a horse doctor a. A. Weber. 10 Lii ii Ley lieu be. I i Croydon. Bringing him what he fancies e. R. Gretr., Cli Arll Ury Road med indie. No wish to get on a. Gillilan 41 Manton Street hand March. He can t ride in this state h. C. Lawn i 11 Basney Street Gra Siguere. His fear is mounting. C. Mao Donald is Stanley Street. Lower non i Adelaide. Something Strong to pull hint round i i Stirling 109 port Road. West Hindmarsh. Temperature Down ordered up mrs. M. Iii feel 79 Kensington Road Norwood. Don t Hack me about doctor a. A Len Thall 7 Foster Street. Parkside. Tempting him to another drop l. Robinson Honta Eute Road Hindmarsh. Finding his Patent s weakness mrs. H. S Jones 19 Farnham Road Ashford. You need something with blood in it p. W. Anderson Macclesfield. Further Falls Likely t. Perry 178 Glen Osmond Road Fullarton estate. Watching the mount belch Forth Gladys Klose 42 Avenue Road. Highgate. Ending his Days with a Colt h. E. Hill. 69 Hose Terrace. Vayr Lle. Visiting horse cannot stay a. H. Thyer. Cavenah. Peterboro Urh. The cure is worse than the disease Walter Whiting 3 East Terrace mile end. Steaming into the Arctic Noel a Blencke. 49 Pulsford Road. Prospect. Not a candidate for his old seat w. B. Marsh. 64 Mary Street Linley. This will soon put you on your feet mrs. D. L. Staey. Is Clifton Street May lands. Making a patient Start l. Clifton Scoti Street. Poo Raks. His nurse was a High stepping Little filly h. B. Honey. 5 Ramsgate Street Gle Nealjr. ? Cut this out ? to. Of entries ? amount enclosed ? i. N ame ? ? i i address ? i suggested titles do not repeat titles after they have j been published. Think of new ones. Each sixpence forwarded 6 ves the com a pet Tor the right to submit one title Only. 2 ? 5 ? ? 1 6 ? 7 ? ? 8 9 ? ? 10 ? ? it starts 9 . Monday a rousing old time Sale mar l Winter stocks cleared at break neck Speed Tyr i Himo cos of oar Antis released 9 am monday you be never seen Good Coats so cheap it sin to sacrifice such smart styles Loui a 9wf 2?4 is Luti Kiln i 34af magnificent whim Lac Wanoi i i a id up women s Wool a women s Camel Tex Beautiful glorious face Superior face chevrons and to Chunfai to a wow de Chene w l de Chene Coats velour Coats cloth Coats cloth Coats cords frocks w i women s Wool f?0cks frocks on style shown above think Oil style shown above. Value \ t ?. -. a a Fea up Gib to in i it i As shown above real a smart in Vivo of it. A Handsom. New for that s almost beyond belief but one style shown above. Phe _ he 0n style shown above. Magnify As shown above. The most sen Utt Kutiej Jtj and decidedly cosy frocks in As shown above. A caper a Allty 19/11 that is Rose Dixon s it s True. Limited number of nominal value glorious Coats. One Siy e known i Aie Price event Coats rare St i Satio Naf frock bargain for Many flan skirts Rollini handsome Wool. Just the of song Woof tie Chene a of null Par of Rainous a a Price for a handsome new tailor made tailor made in face cloth with at 25/. Superior Coats in lace 39/6 sate Price. Man tailored in a Day. A charming style. And a \ 1-1 \ Vuic l 5 frocks Tor Chilly Days and for after it 2a. Limited number to be released velour Coats. Latest London elaborate Cone fur collars cloth of exceptional Quality. Pans styles in distinctive Beautiful soft. Cosy All Wool at Bottom sketch. A Dressy style � noon evening Wear in the rightfully trimmed i peril 9 . Monday. Latest styles. Myles. Polo co Lars. Long lengths choose any you like for 13/m. Man tailored. Latest slender. Chevrons and diagonals. Collar a Chene. Clever trimmings con in Lovely soft flannel with As shown above Al the House. Surprising in Good qua Ity. Frocks in every Way run in is. Mrs vim no i in. Nes Nove Back co,.r a to w to trans to Sass a a & a f2�% 8� s ass. Ftp �&.?& of manufacturers models sacrificed j _. _ into p j in the i Model silk velvet evening and dinner gowns 5gn.,6gn.,7gn.coat8_all /1 1 smart 1 i i 7 go., 8 go., 9 in. All. Few i ghost Dixon secured these gorgeous Coats a manufacturer s 1933 models in the Nick Bill to a f cd. I f i i these exquisite evening and Binner gowns Are the Verv m sub ? of time for the Sale. Best boucle cloth. A Vrons. And diagonals. Sumptuous fur m i ? ? ? ? i of Teot of. ? a a. Lat St in Kovl it Ana he l.\�,j ,.mk m a. W � w. Collars of real Paschal Al and Musquash. Newest shades wide Range of sizes. Take few 1x1& a. Of latest in style Cut and snakes. Only limited no Iuler 6o m a � v if your pick for 59/11. And Steuri one of the smartest Coats in Adelaide. _ hurry ladies and secure one at 1 Rose Dixon 9a and 148a Rundle St., Adelaide ? Rose Dixon 9a and 148a Rundle St., Adelaide upward trend in Many commodities in spite of the. Inactivity and disappoint ing outcome of the world economic con Ference in London the principal commo Dity and Metal markets have continued to display an upward trend. Further evidence of the urgent necessity to stabilise the world s currencies has been Given this week the erratic movement in foreign exchanges. Sterling in relation to the american Dollar which a week afro was quoted at 4 dollars 28 cents to has risen to Over 4 dollars 712 cents to the �1. And is now ouly 14% cents below the old Darity rate of 4 dollars s6 cents to �1. The value of Fine cold in London has firmed to �6 4/3 an ounce. With 16 equal to about �7 14/ in australian cur Rency. Like. Feature of the Metal Market . Been the improvement in quotations for Spelter. The spot Price having advanced 15/ to �18 10/ a ton. Lead on spot Hae firmed 10/ to �13 16/3 a ton and Copper on spot �2 to �38 14/4% i ton. Successive declines in the past two Days have Brou Erht the Price of tin Down on the week 2/6 to �221 12/6 a ton on spot while Standard Silver on spot Haa dropped 5-16d. To 1/6 5-6 an oz., and file Silver a. To 1/7% an ounce. Prices for wheat on the Adelaide mar Ket have advanced 2d. A Bushel on the i week the present quotation being 3/2i a Bushel on trucks port Adelaide main out sorts. This Price is the highest since september last year. Wool markets maintain their strength and prices in London tend in favor of Sellers. News and mail Blanket fund previously acknowledged in the mail ? �1,33g 8 i proceeds of sacred cantata. 11 8 0 j proceeds of Adelaide electric Supply company s staff dance 10 5 6 commercial travellers association collections ? 64 7 Barbara ? 110 officers of the children s Wel fare and Public belief dept. 0 17 3 Clarkson s basketball club. 0 11 0 children of Littlehampton school 0 10 6 officers of the department of mines ? 080 Cooke s Plains school ? 0 8 0 children and teacher of Cavanagh Rulle school. 050 Cherryville Public school. 0 5 0 further proceeds of police t. Jockeys Foo Thall Mahdi. 050 staff of Boyal automobile association of ., inc. 2nd instal i ment ? 010, �1,388 12 111 the week s markets most sections More Active on Adelaide change All sections with the exception of Gold were More Active on the Stock Exchange of Adelaide during the week. Turnovers for australian consolidated Loans and investments were approximately �35,000 Worth and 21 7000 shares respectively. Interest in Gold issues were sustained about 155,000 shares changing hands. Values for Loans were stronger and there was a firmer tone for investments. The upward movements Are attributed to Australia s better financial position and rising prices of wheat Wool and improved on opening but were i irregular on the next two Days. From then until the end a stronger Market ruled. I at the beginning of business Pold i stocks were irregular but nest Day values tended steady to firmer. After another ? regular period prices firmed. Today most lines moved upwards. With the exception of tuesday rates1 for investments and miscellaneous Indus trials were generally higher. During the period under review barriers Heid fairly steady. I today s sales and quotations australian consolidated Loans. 4 , 1938, �102 10/ �200. �102 12/6 �400 i , 1941. �103 5/ �300 4 , 1957, �104 100 4 . V9d9. �104 12/ �210. Investments. Golds Brugli 50. 27/9 100 Adelaide electric pret Ord., 33/ 200 Cresco fertilisers Ord., 13/ 100lc/1 100 Dunlop Perdriau Ord., is i 100 general industries is 300 theatres b pref., 6/4 200. Silver Lead Zinc. Electrolytic me drd., three months 21/ m 200 Mortn broken Hill .84/3 -t-0s4/7vj 30 broken Hill South 37/ 200j. Gold associated new 3/10 too. 3/10 i 100 Boulder perseverance 3/1% 2,690, 3/1% 1,0003/2 -800three Mon lbs 3/2 1,000 Ulolo Gold deposits 2/8 1,109 Bufalo Gold dredging 84/6 100 Enterprise. 2%d. 400 Granta development con., 1/3 100 great Boulder 10/7 30010/s 10010/9 1,600 do., Forward 10/s 300 Guinea Gold 90/ 40 Imperial 1/10 200 Lake View and Star. 25/4 40025/5 400i i a 30 do., Forward 25/7 100moi Itu 2o/li1.i 1001 Maratoa con., 4/3 100 moan Coolon 14/9 100 do., Forward 14/9 100 mount Morgan. 39/ 100 new Guinea Gold folds 5/11 200 do., Forward 5/11 1,00 j North Kal Gurli 9/11 too. 10/ 5009/u 100 do., Forward 10 l 500 paring 1/4 100 do., Forward 1/4% 500 1 Phoenix 3/7% 5003/9 300 sons of Gwalia 34/ 200 Sturt s Meadows con. 3d. 200. 2%d. 700 Wilna. 61/9 10061 6 100 carbines .d. 100 renown 1/6 2001/7 1001av 400 Chapman s Gold mines 1/4 600 new venture 1/5 300 mount Jackson �19 15/ Golden Stream. �32 10/. Quotations for some of the leading stocks were As follow investments commercial Bank Ord., b. 16/3 National Back. �5 paid s. �6 8/ elder Smith s. �7 Goldsbrough Mort b. 27/8, s. 27/11 broken Hil Gas. B. 3/4% Sputh australian Gas b. 18/1. S. 18/4. Adelaide electric Ord., s. 35/6 Adelaide steamship b. 22/8, s. 22/8 Guinea a a nays. S. 26/10 Carlton brewery. B. 3g/9 Brewing b. 29/. S. 29/7 Walkerville brewing. B. 15/8 general Howen iret., b. We. S. I8/s. \ Adelaide Cement Ord., b. 34/tj australian i Glas Ord., b. 48/, s. 4v British tobacco Ord. B. 33/3, s. 34 / broken Hill proprietary b. 33/7 i s. 33/s Clarkson Ord., b. 12/ Cresco fertilisers Ord., i. Is s. 15/4 Dun j ice Perdriau Ord., b. Is/5, s. 18/ti general industries Ord. B. 9/9, s. 9/10 Gordon an a i Gutch Ord., s. 34/s Harris Sharfe Ord., b. ? 3/s. S. I Henry Jones s. 38/6 Howard Smith Ord., b. 9/t-, s. 9/11 Hume pipe. S. 11/. Lincoln Mills pref., b. 25/3, s. 26/3 myer melb Ord. B. 2s/. S. 29/ nestles pref., b 33/3 Wallaroo fertilisers b. 19/5, s. 21/ Wilcox Mifflin b. 7/3 s. 7/6. Mining mount Lyell b. 21/8, s. 22/ amalgamated Zinc b. 10/c, s. 11/ electro in to Zinc Ord., b. ?l/9. S. 21.11 mount Tea b 10/8, s. 11/ North broken Hill b. S4/g, s. 85/ broken Hill South b 56/9, s. 57/3 Sulphide corporation Ord. B. 9/1. S. 9/4 Zinc corporation Ord., b. S0/7% s. 30/10%. Associated new b. 3/10, s. 3/10% associated Northern. B. 1/6%. S. 1/7 Boulder perseverance b. 3/2, s. 3/2% Ulolo Gold deposits b. 2/7%. S. 2/s% Golden Horseshoe b. 5/1. S. 5/4 great Boulder b. 10/s%, s. Io/3% Lake View investment b. 17/ Rifke Vic and Star b. 25/4%, s. 25/3%. Mount Coolon b. 14/8, s. 14/11 mount Morgan b. 3s 9, s. 39/ new Deloraine b. 2/10%. S. 3/ new Guinea Goldfields b. 5/10%, s. 5/11% Norseman b. 13/8, s. 13/10 North Kal Gurli b. 9/11. S. 10/ sons of Gwalia b. 33/9 s. 34/3 Wilna b. Oi/3. S. Fli/8. Minda orchestral concert the Twenty first annual Minda orches tra concert organised and conducted . Thomas Grigg will be presented at West 6 British theatre on sunday july 16, at 3 . The orchestra consisting of Over 85 performers of the professional musicians Union and friends will Ren Der a programme of Standard works under the leadership of Vincent Lombardi. Melbourne change slight Rise in prices Melbourne. Saturday trading in most shares classed As invest ments was quiet on the Melbourne Stock Exchange this week but prices Small general improvement. Tile Timu latin to effect of the Strong Market for Woof at the London sales and of the higher prices for wheat and metals was offset Ini Hitaf Tiret a the threatened collapse of the world economic conference. Investors must continue to find their Jons View of operations curbed vrho America maintains her present attitude of world problems unless a plan Condu Cive to the. Rehabilitation of Trade can be framed in terms acceptable to All Sterling nations. Rising prices for Wool were reflected in trains the pastoral Troup. Banking stocks were strengthened the increased profits and dividend rate of the Union Bank and the maintaining of the Ordinary dividend of the commercial Bank at j per cent a year. Small business at slightly improved rate was transacted in trustee shipping and brewing stocks. Balance Sheet indications of improving local trading conditions and prospects of Early Relief from the taxation Burden of Industry contributed to the firmer tone of Jeneral investments. The buoyancy of Federal revenues and the desire of some inv tors to make safety a prime consideration pending a clearer indication of trend of world Trade helped to raise the prices of common wealth Bonds. At today s closing prices the average redemption yield on the 4 per cent group had fallen in consequence 6d. To �3 14/3 per cent. Myer s Ball for children s Hospital a pirate dance mrs. Lesley Man and her dancing pupils will be a attractive feature of the myer annual bal ? which will be held at the palais Royal on augu6t 8 to raise funds for the Chil Dren s Hospital. A number of other novelties Are Al of. In preparation. Tickets Are pro curable from Mies g. Jamieson in the fashion showroom at myer s. \ ? ? the Central railway of Peru which goes Over the Andes at a height of three Miles above level passes through Euch rare fied air that it is obliged to carry tanks of oxygen for passengers with weak hearts

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