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24 Jun 1933

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24 Jun 1933

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Adelaide Mail (Newspaper) - June 24, 1933, Adelaide, South Australia National Library of Australia winter1 problems colds flu rheumatism Gas holds flu and rheumatic attacks uric acid and is anti periodic Antiseptic an with a Baku at the first signs and solve anti Fermentative. For 17 years Aspro haste main problem of keeping the Home free proved itself the greatest antidote yet known rom these ills during the Winter months. For colds influenza and pain attacks. It is Liere is no quicker Sater or More certain Safe sure and certain and is now the most used Jie nod to rout Winter health complaints than Medicine throughout the world. Aspro does ass in according to directions. Not harm the heart or stomach there Are no ?3zti ? 1p1 cold and rheumatic dangerous after effects and it conforms to the attacks m the Bud because after ingestion in the standards of purity Laid Down by the British system it is an Antipyretic or fever reducer pharmacopoeia the guiding authority of Sheffl is both a powerful germicide and solvent of medical profession. Will not fail you for sleeplessness Hay fever asthma colds Geve Richness neuralgia sciatica gout temperature influenza Zzz Zut irritability Toothache earache alcoholic sore Throat headache malaria after rheumatism Lumbago Dengue effects m Down with flu flu warded Oss with i ? soon about again Aspro a div to thanks to Aspro a Rosebery Street. ? a Law i dear sirs Rozene . Is a Safe & Cav 17 Church place i thank aspr0 tablets for port Adelaide a off influenza from my ass off nyx 30/10/31. Sel a when my who a the film a ear sir an unbeliever in them refused to two i. I am writing to you to let you take them and finished up in Hospital Atai Kittic Wjk. Know what As pro tablets have with double pneumonia while we in us Suhm Fhi i june for my children and myself. Were getting colds but stopped them when you have sore or reined rave have All been Down with the with aspro1 and nothing else. 7 Virg t influenza at once and All we ? mar wife is a staunch advocate for crushing three Aspro tablets and have taken Are Aspro tablets Atid the r use now. And takes one at the dissolving in half a Glass of water Femon drinks. We All had Luck a of a. Cold. Wishing � its to mope Tatares and bad headaches Aspro and their inventor All the peat the gargle every two or three it thanks to your Aspro tablets Good Luck they deserve. I am hours As required but make it fresh so we rat i if ours a Nufi a t a 2&rz.w5 Sass \ Only being three Days ior/03. Signed l. Williams. Antiseptic for sore and relaxed throats ? in i in bed. Is because of its natural germicidal ? Al. A a Fanny a faaktl9nrm qualities. There is no need to worry us yours truly if you Swallow some of the mixture iwo t fort of ? i \ 1 tv-rvv9 i he via when gargling it won t do you any n Yle sgd j by Al Job Jug Ujj jag harm Bat Vin soothe tic inflamed ?. ? i massive lounge suite upholstered in a a wok / i tapestry damask exceptional value ?. 3jij/y/m? utilise our Trade in department. Your old furniture in part payment for new. When buying Selling or furnishing your Home consults. Lindsay & co., Kilkenny Opp. Station furnishes hardware merchants land and estate agents. M 7767. ? hundreds of thousands of Small depositors hundreds of thousands of Thrifty citizens from every walk of life have deposited Over �83,000,000 with the Bank of new South Wales. Such deposits enable the Bank to assist primary and secondary industries and to provide the credits essential for marketing the country s production. Thus the Small depositor with his ten Twenty or fifty pounds by entrusting his Money to this great financial institution safeguards his savings receives his regular 1 interest and plays his part in the develop ? ment of the country. Bank of new South Wales established 1817 _ with which the Western australian Bank and ? the australian Bank of Commerce Ltd. Are amalgamated Bobby Jones May visit Australia Melbourne golfer and officials of some of the clubs Are. Keenly disc Ussi i the possibility of a visit by Joi to to Australia during the1 Melbourne Cunt Ouary celebrations. J Jones has Dewral times expert Eek his i to visit Liis country and Froin i Torii race closely Asto Ciftci with him it has been suggested that there it a real Chan i i of Limiti accepting an invitation if one is sent i Voni the official Golf body of this i state. I ? ratepayers disowned Foi 12 years by councils Melbourne. Saturday. Addressing a meeting of ratepayers at cockatoo on Shire Severance questions or. A. Nobe. Lieu Eaid that when he was in the i Ern i tree Gully Council a number of ratepayers i on the Boundary of Lilydale and Linteo Gully Shirea escaped a in rates for 12 yearn because neither Council would own i them. Fisherman s narrow escape from huge Man eating shark d.akw1n. Saturday. Wink a cup. I liner of i i Iii Iau. As Cabrini u net or Liot on Theo is. Bet Ween a a = Nilst Ivo iks and tier i Siuy Bay jail. H Wae chased by u Huce Ian t 3tiu shark. And j Lyl Nisi in Edt i reach 1 tie Bhore a few inches Ead of tiie Nion Itter. He secured a Rifle from he hut and killed it with five bullets. On with the dance i by Gordon whittle Winner a Mummo Tydo state titles he Mem the High Standard of dancing in this state is the outcome of following English style. To one can deny that for Many Yeai a the enl Iii style has been outstanding in tie Danci rur a orld. Tins in a Cream measure is due to the standardisation. Which resulted from competitions. In former years Tihe effect of competitions a to de standardise dancing be cause the new dances had not been generally accepted and the existing ones had been subjected to a Pood Deal of mutilation to enable Competition couples to attract attention by the introduction of novelties. Chances must Ettl one. And should come but a Chance every 10 Days to the Competition dancer and Tihe teacher who specialise in teaching Competition dancers merely divides the teacher still farther from the dancing Public Icho would Seeni to permit a change every five years or so. Avoid fan by variations turning for a moment from tile pro 1 Iessi Onak and the Competition dancers to the keen dancing Public we find them ready to accept and learn standardised dances. In the Quickstep tie Quarter turns Are Well known but the Ziz Are comes As a Surprise. St is rather a we come one for this Novelty present no difficulties. On the other hand the Diaspro Nal Waltz and slow Fos Trot have not vet been adopted by the Public although com petition dancers exploit them. If the Public is to int to link up with the Competition dancers it is important that the Competition dancers should strictly adhere to the standardised form of _ dancing and not introduce fancy variations. The Rumba last week the Square used As a reverse lure in the Rumba was discussed. Below the fourth movement of tie dance is described Cross Chasse and hesitation the first three movements Are the Chi ii Rard tie last three the hesitation. 1. Small step to Side with Rig tit foot quickly. E. Close left foot up to Bop. A. 3. Step Forward with Vej. Outside partner slowly. 4 hesitate with weight on b.f., at same the swing id left foot 5. Bound Wilh a. Circular movement while the lady makes a Small Chasse described below 6. Step Forward with . A. The lady s Steps Are exactly opposite except tha on so. 4 she takes a Small step to a e Side with her right foot quickly and on . 5 she closes her left foot up to 5ier Richt foot quickly. You should Rise in this Al Pic As for the Forward movement Judd tie Square. The threesome this Novelty which has Only Jiust been introduced to the ballroom was not taken very seriously in London when the inventor or. Alex Moore demonstrated it at the dinner dance of the National association. It is believed that he started it More As a joke than a a. Erious contribution to dancing. But the idea took on Well in London and it had quite a lot of publicity. It was demonstrated in Adelaide by or. Aubrey Hal. An old style version was invented by or. Ray Segar and demonstrated by several threesomes at the palais Royal. Queries answered i Jack Porter Payne am 1 am nned Youj appreciate the column and will be pleased to answer any questions. 1. The eng i Lisa dancers Are now doing the natural turn with a Pivot. 2. Yes a brother. J Cost of Concrete drains at port Lincoln port Lincoln saturday. In a state ment submitted by or. F. E. Sharley town Engineer at a meeting of the port Lincoln town Council it was shown that the total Cost at the recently completed Concrete drains in Blip re and Eyre streets was �997 12/s. Part of the Cost of the work is being borne by the government through the unemployed Relief Council. The blight 6treet Drain Cost �380 12/11 and that in Eyre Street �616 19/9. In past years and last Winter particularly the Low areas served by the drainage scheme have been inundated for weeks Al a time. -Wbh-jm4lll la if a Adelaide Stock Exchange Loans move upwards Trade in Gold shares heavy a steadier trend for australian Consoli dated Loans and activity in cold Iruin issues were the main features of trading on the Stock Exchange of Adelaide Dur ing the week. The erratic values Lor so Dunnin stocks were contributed to by company report j some favourable others unfavourable. La j tie respective Section approximately i � 37.000 Worth and 180.000 shares were sex Clia Jred. Investors Jap Neralic adopted u hesitant attitude which i Rob in y was caused a uncertainty about the outcome of the i world eco Oinui . Jon opening the Market fur australian Coll j solid Ataii Juans Sling my a act to Cru a by to dim arid this w continued the next Day. From then Jii Iti 3-Yi-1ay he Aeu Vradiy Mot a upwards but a tic ust Ninie Jay values were irregular. Today few changes the following to a shows the Price fluctuations for the week in the 4 per cent issues june 17. June 21. � s. D. S3s, sex ii. Silic 302 1 1p43. �103 ? 1031 44 �103 a o ? 103 10 js17 �103 2/6 ? 103 15 ei03 to ? 103 it ii s3, �14 2- to ? 104 2 6 iso.-, pm int. �102 10. 103 t in 103 r. ? 13 12 6 Lim. �103 7, i ? 101 0 0 jul. �103 ? ? 104 2 a Zirri Sulsor markets ruled for Gow in ining until the close. A generally steady tone was a id it f r in web inn i s and Inis a Laneous industrials Aatif 10,000 shares were . Today s sales and quotations australian consolidated Loans 1iin. Yie Scilini r. L to. Jiosi 2, i Al ill 4 f. I �3 of j debentures s. A. Jul 7 ?.,. Ls-30. �112 a 0l. Investments Bank. . �5 is 1 i Mil. In if Jac l. Eve Cielur. 1/7ioi.p . . 27 a .0 g-.iiie.�. Airway.-,. 27/ 2 101 Walkerville Lori Winter. Ai i 10 i i proprietary 3j.1 100 ice Coo Fertile was Ord., li/9 Oso. 1 Silver Lead Zinc North 15rok. I 1 y Toivi broken i South Forward. firt Iii corporation Ord. 31/ 100. 30/10 a i 100. J i Gold Bou Lect per Severance 2/11 700 2/11v 4002/11 300 Dundas. A. 2,600. I s by. 7009d. 2.2009%d. 50v ener pole 3jid. 200 Granite development. I /3i j00 Gold options 10 credit j a colder 9/11 10010 75 Lake View and Star. 23/3 s00 Marros con., 3 21- Noo. 3/3i2003/4 2f-0l mount an. 3s/ j00. 37- 0v 200 .on., 20 i. Lid. I0u North King Vii i v , or Banda. A Looi Pho Nix. 1 ? Vij in a. 4, Imok 4 � Ilo ii. I 1 i Uil per Cix. Royal. 3 10 2n h slavic. Biol s. L it. I Niit s.i.,� -r-.iia. X2 a Iii. 2. To Hiiop j is ii Tii Pijl Urli. 40-Jj Irto i -ue.ira. �41 s,-.m mine. It Tito. ? fur some of the leading stocks i i a w investments. Crimin racial Hani Ord. S. a i . Or . S. � i k Ajir. Sol i. B. � u s. �7 Lidstr Nurmi my. 1. 2 i 11 s. 271 Hill gi.-. S. I j Sibih auf Ralian Gas. B. Is. 2. -. Klein urd., s. R ? ?. Adelaide a Intili p. B. 21.10, s. 2j 2 Guin ii s. 27 Reni by. S. ?.c, a . Brew a ? i. It. 27 i. W.,k. Row l Bra ump. R. 17. S. ? 15.7 Geik ral . Jirva. S a i i pit a i. R i ii i i. ?. 11. 4s a by ii 1-1 = 31 ,-.ri. Are. Is. I of. In l irim. A to Riser. Urti. B. 1 1 h a in. or -.rd. H. Is. H. S. 1. 10 gruorn1 industries. Rd., f. F1. - Grodnu Ami go toil Ord. B. 3 -/9 Harris Scarf Oroli i Eli �. A a Flory Jone b. 37/� Howard in Iii re. B. s. I Hume i pipe.11 Lincoln Mills prof. B. 26/., s. 27, myer me had s. 2s,-. Vic l pref. S. 34/3 . B. Is/1 of flan. s. 7-9. Mining. Mount Lyell b. 22 3. S. 22.8 Amai Aida Zinc b. 10 s. S. 11. Klicsu Clyti Ziti Ord. B. 20/. S. 20 ? mount Isa b. 10/9. S. 11 4 North broken Hill. S. S3/6 Brohen i Ofili Soetji b. 3 ? s. 56/ 3 su3j-hide Cor i portion Ord. B. � 2. S. 3/6 Zinc corporation Ord. B. 30/3, to. 31/ associated new b. 3/5,3.t associated Northern. B. 1/7, s. 1/8 Boul if a perseverance b. 2/10%, s. 2/11 i Ulolo Gold deposits. B. 2/7. If 2/10 Golden Horseshoe b. 5/1 great Boulder b. 9/11, s. 9/11 1. Lake View investment b. 16/ Lake View and Star. B. 23/3, s. 23/4 mount Coolon. B. 13s. 17/ mount Morgan b. 37/9, s. 3s new Deloraine. B. 3a4. S. 3/1 new Guinea Goldfields. B 5/10. S. R./10 Norse Man b. 14/9, s. 15a Norm Kal Turli. B. 9/, s. 9- l sons of Gwalia. B. 32 3. S. 32/9 South Kal Gurli. B. 40/ we Una. . Wheat Cotton and metals higher features of the past week have been the Sharp Advance in Sterling Exchange in relation to the United states Dollar improved prices for wheat Wool and cot ton Aud steady to firmer quotations for Fine Irod. Definite Arr Ervent has not yet been reached by Britain. America and other countries for the stabilisation of the Dol Lar Sterling Exchange Rale or of other Correi Zeip. It was thought last week that Ste Reitik would be stabilised at about 4 Dollar scents but the opinion in Many financial envies in America and Britain is veering i lie direction of i mud a wer i ate round 3.g0 to 3.75 dollars to �1. Tie depreciation in hit Ferlinc a it in a Lintai went off the Gold Standard Uii septem Ber 21. Lasi. Caie a great impetus to the British Export industries and also Tience fled Australia in sequin a in products to Luuy Louii to e., principally Canada and the fir e.--. T. I Reton re in cries in Sterling in terms of tiie a Korican Doliar Hare had a hamper in upon Trade an a especially in the Sale or �.-nr.f. Australian Pic is to Canada urrere the pre 4er.t value of tie in mar has mused greater com Pici Tiou from Rili furnia in dried fruits. Tie. for merlins is 4 dollars tl-2\ cents Wii i 1 dollars Venu a Jim get ago. Fine is a. Higher at a i in ounce. Wheat firming i Tiit Niew throwing Industry b&4 been pre Uili i Cri our aped week by the firm nor rend in i on the overseas and local markets. Quiet conditions ruled at the beginning of he \ but since then there has been & set any in or Orementa in Ilie demand from overseas australian cargoes Aud parcels of or boat. To lick Mau factors in strengthening the Market Navel been reports of dry weather in the Smth Wes of America and the probable destruction Iro million acres of wheat by Grasshoppers in a it red River Valley of Canada. I prices for wheat on the Adelaide Market have advanced by a. To id. A Buhei this a a the present quotations or merchants fir i Fanne lots being 2/11 e4 1o 3 a Bushel. Thui is Hie highest level rear lied for of Hie lst-3 season Rop and ii a ii ctn cd weded sine Arv in to birr lat it in. An it j rican and Canadian markets Rosel 5tronvast inlay. But Llibre was a lit Ause Injia Der lauds a the l Sidon and Liverpool a irks is. Tie Market Lor Iii Tim Lia Al med up i Ord with july options Al new of of a 7d. A ifr., mind arc w Ali s.ti-1. J i i t week we tie Forward Pufalt Lii Miles j still higher. All Anna with i. Exc i to I be Aii Prei iat cd. Copper Standard in up increase l a she Meek by �1 la i a 7 j a ten Lead in spot by 13 3 i � a r. ? a of n Jill or on Slot by in to 17 i tajik tin. On foot. By �7 12, g i i a 17/v a ton. The Narki to for _ = i. . Sli Lily weaker at file ? a ? t ii. St lard Sizer a pot has by. To. To 1/64 an ounce. The Wool Markyl main Lanc its Zitren Rili. Wit i i Active and general Competition at slightly Liu proved Rottee at the Brisbane sales this Neek. I �422 for Charity in seven weeks eighth title contest opens prizes May be higher launched Only seven weeks ago the popular obstinate artist contests in the news and the mail have already raised �422 13/6 for Adelaide charities. Moreover 77 Lucky readers have received �193 8/6 in prizes. New prize Money records were made in this week s Competition but in the eighth big Charity contest which begins today the prizes May be higher still and there May be More of them. It All depends on the number of entries. Interest in the contests it Vovan throw shout the state each week and there j is to Why the prizes should not Rise to never High level. I Sixie Der cent of the total proceeds will As usual be allotted to Charr cd and the remaining 40 per cent will be dirty outed Amone the prizewinners in Trio ii towing proportion i first Doize 18 per cent., second 5 per cent., third 3 per cent., Faving 1i Der j cent to a i distributed in prizes of �1. Charity s share in the new contest incl be used to relieve distress in the Wood Ville District. Tie mayor of Woodville or. H. Slade will allot the Money so that the Relief wiil be afforded. �97 for Hindmarsh i the proceeds of the seventh contest were Wren to Hindmarsh. Where distress is Nartic Tilary acute. The Oia Vor or. Wood allotted the Money a follows Hindmarsh town Mission. �4o 17/6 Whitefield s Institute. �19 11/ Brompton and Bowden methodist Mission. �19 11/ mothers and babies health association Hindmarsh Branch �9 15/6. Total. �97 15/. The contest is simplicity itself. All you have to do is to write a witty title for the obstinate artist s picture of the convicts escaping from gaol. It costs Only 6d. For each entry. Limiti judges Tor the new onus it will be the Secretary of the Cricket association or. H. Jeanes. The mayor of Wood Lyle or. Henry Slad mrs. Xor Man myer. And the editor of tie news with Independent judges readers May again feel full Constence in the awards. The identity of competitors is unknown to the judges and it is therefore possible to win More than one prize if several entries at6 sub matted. Entries will close at 5 . On thursday but those received in Friday morning Post a in be Giren the same careful a us As the others. Watch the brightest entries As they Ace published from Day to Day in the news the first Batch in the new contest will appear on monday. Be careful not to repeat titles after they have been published. To employee of the news or the in Tiv or any member of his family is allowed to enter. Cut out the Coupon and Send it in with six Pence for each entry. Readers May Send in As Many suggestions As they like provided that sixpence is enclosed for each entry. For example a Reider who encloses 5/ can submit 10 entries in the spaces provided in the Coupon below. All entries most be addressed to the news North Terrace Adelaide marked obstinate artist contest postal notes can be enclosed or Cash payment May be made at the front Cimer at tie news do not Send coins through the past unless you Register the letter. This week s results miss k. Orchard of 54 Arthur Street. Dunlev. Won first Rize of �23 2/fi in this week s obstinate artist contest. Her title for the a cure inset was free transport for the Cabinet six Landies is a Jot to carry tas considered by the Iii Ces to be the second beet title. It was 6ent in by g. A. Robinson of 17 Clark Street. Via will. Who therefore receives second prize of �8 if. Third prize of �4 17/, bras won by i. O More. Of 10 Gray Street. Norwood i whose title was i got this on the nod Twenty two Consolation prize of � 1 Eadi were awarded As follow get Albi one Home on dad by miss l. Porter 3 Binham Street. Prospect. He heaved with laughter by miss bar net. 164 View Road Henley Beach. I trying contract after auction by g. 3. Walker 17 Robert Street North Unley. J ? bearing a lot for mum s Sake by miss Solmitz 11 Tailstock Street coming Home top heavy by j. Turner 1 6 Osebold Street. Parkside. J feeling a lot above himself.1 by J. Howard 20 Norman Street Forestville. This Sale Means a lot to him by mrs. T. I Brown 16 Queen Street Conley. 1 turning his Back to a bargain by Grace m. Lehman Bung Abah Andrews via Clare. Well balanced and full of humor by or. B. C. Maln Warque 79 Palmer place North Adelaide. Held up in transit by Lea. Burton 43 i Cowra Street mile end. A lot at the Back of his mind by u i Cainan 7 Adelaide Road Henley Beach. He like it and lumps it by George a. Robinson. It Clark Street Way vice. I his stud is under the Dresser by. G. Crawford 37 Walkerville Terrace. Gilberton. Oat with 99 to hit credit by miss. Brook 24 Tod Street Glenelg. Doubled after his bid by a. B. Brown,1, Princess Square Beverley. J stepping out with hit Chest n the air by v. Blanden second Avenue Royston Park. A big Chest and Strong shoulders by j. G. Dobbs co elder Smith & co., Ltd., Currie Street Adelaide. A bargain with knobs on by mrs. E. Flet Dier. 3 belie tue Naoe Velev Park. A travelling Bureau a i. Fek Neati. 34.3 Conley Road ital by. J straining his Back to save his Chest by d. Jolson t Puller Street. Parkside. He s proud of his big Chest by mrs. G. P. Danvers 2i St. Vincent Street. Port Ade Laide. Carrying out his master s bidding a divided Between h. Wilson 299 military semaphore ? and Edith Oliver 59 Penzance i Street Glenelg. Both these entries were re 1 Cei Ved by the same Post on tuesday and the Rule disqualifying duplicates of entries already published did not therefore apply. The three Well known Adelaide people who acted As judges with the editor of the new were major n. P. Owen. The mayor of Ilin Dmares or. Woodland mrs. Arthur Romih. Witch doctor s Medicine turns j negro White Maii a Nocial representative London. Saturday. The first Ese of an ethiopian changing his Ekin is re ported by or. Jean mar Sam chief of the. Monaco medical service who received particulars about it from the Consul at Haiti says the Paris correspondent of the times a negro named Dauphin had buffered from asthma and a with doctor pre scribed Small doses of the Rory Plant j Dauphin swallowed a Large Quantity in j the Hope of an immediate cure and fell j into � five Day trance. When he awoke his Beard ind j hair had turned Ishito and he was tem a Pora Rily Blind. Photographs received by or. Marram show that the Neero is j Eniti l to i v 1 t re d. J a be world is endurance record Jorj roller skating was set up by or. Wetherall. Of warring Ron. Who completed 107 hours continuous skating at Leeds. In England. Or. Wetherall shaved and had meals still skating and finished str Only. Antarctic whale of. Production umsted Ohio Conva saturday. Dependent on tie a ii edit of other companies the whaling ass Icia Tiomi has limited the 19334 pro list ii ii of Antarctic whale Oil to l,.ooo Barr Tife. This is a reduction of a Quarter of a million barrels. An american line has bought 20,000 ton at �1 a ton. But there have been few Oiler Kraii actions. A sales i probable. Marvel cigarettes the Quality and i Quantity smoke j 2 fun i sized Smesta for fid. And 5 Kcf 34, i picture for new contest. Cut this out ? Ifo. Of entries ? am own t enclosed ? ? ? Meme ? Andreae ? suggested titles m do not repeat tries after they have been published. Think of new ones. Each sixpence forwarded gives the competitor the right to submit one title Only. 1 ? ? ? ? 2 ? 3 ? ? 4 ? ? 5 ? ? ? 6 ? 7 ? �.?.?�.? 6 ? 9 ? ? 10 ? Caj tata to Aid Blanket fund the last function to help the news and the mail Blanket fund will be held in the port Adelaide town Hall on tuesday night. I it will be a rendering of the Mucea cantata. Esther in scene and song by me intermediate Christian Endeavor society and choir of the semaphore Church of Christ. Practically All the Char chef in the port Adelaide and semaphore districts Are sup porting the cantata and a Larce Atten dance is expected. The drama will be played first and will provide a fitting and spectacular prelude to the cantata in song. Tickets at 6d. Each May be obtained from the churches or from tie honorary Secretary or. D. K. Beile Rof 244 military Road semaphore. Seats May be reserved for 6d. Extra at Mann s Cycle shop next door to the port town Hail. This week s subscription i to the Blanket fund were � s. D. Previously in the Man ? 1,237 9 5 Winter Relief club mount Bryan 12 12 0 staff of g. J. Coles & co., Ltd. 3 6 8 staff of the Eastern Extension Telegraph co ? 3 3 6 Amateur sports dub of . 2 2 0 staff of Dalgety & co. Ltd. 17 6 m. H. L. ? i i 0 a. Abo Tomey & sons ? l i 0 Taplan school Branch of the league of Empire ? 0 10 4 w. And j ? 0 10 0 a Friend ? 090 cosmopolitan Klub. Large Bay 0 5 0 �1,263 16 la Melbourne change general stocks irregular Melbourne saturday. Disc rations in London this week gave investors no guide to the probable outcome of the economic conference and consequently Stock Exchange prices of general invest ments moved irregularly. Buein eee was generally of Small volume and prices which fell did not move More than a few Pence. A number of issues including Gordon & Gotch. Swallow & Ariell. Vic Toria Palace prestige and general Moue holdens pref and Anthony Honien reached a irber Levels Beca Jee of the improvement in local trading conditions lost blocks showing comparatively High interest returns had attention at steady prices. From 34/l� broken Hill pts. U.260 aliases Rose to 34/9 under the influence of increased product Ion at Newcastle Steelworks it closed at 31/1%. Me fell la the latter part of the week followed the decision of the House of re presic nuties to reduce the British preferential Tariff on barbed wire from 6s/ to 40/ a. On. The improved statistical position of Wool kept pastorals firm. Dalgety appreciated from a to �10. Banking Oliaree were Irre pillar and London Metal quotations generally showed gains on the week. Barrier mining shares were a Little firmer in sympathy. The Pike of tin though it improved on Trio week fluctuated Vively Aud Liares in dependent companies were unsteady. There was increased of petition Lor supplies of Gilt edged securities and prices moved up Ward. At today s closing Levels the average redemption yield on the 4 per cent group of Commonwealth Bonds was a 14/10 per cent compared with a 15,-7 per cent last Satur Day. The turnover declined from �124 000 to �95,000. Speculative interest in Gold mining shares was at a High pitch. Bendigo stocks in particular were Active and most of them closed on a firmer note. Hercules after touching 40 6 reached 43/b today compared with 42/ last saturday. Because of the improvement in the weekly yield the turnover was about 300 shares. Mount Morgan s latest monthly profit on treatment operations showed a Small decline and shares were marked Doorn from 40, i to 38/1%, with a turnover of 9,509 Shires on Selling of 10.000 shares. Mount Coolon declined from 18/5 to 15/7 sex dividend 1/. Sellers were disappointed the recent values reported from the Field. In the Western australian group Wilna advanced from 57/ to 59/. This company s Wori uie surplus reached �36.357 in May compared a Cath �353.729 for april and �31.075 in March. South Kahn ill and sons of Galla also made or of headway. Underground water new Plant in operation. To Jour Cost. L. B. Mjg 62 Queen Street Knor Rille. Phone u 60sc. Garden Competition 70 entries now in hand Section 1 to close soon Pill in Coupon by sneak brass entries Are coming in briskly for the mail �33 3/ Garden Competition. Already More than 70 have been received although the closing Date Tor sections 2 and s has not yet been announced. Those who intend to enter for Bedott 1 should do so Boos As entries for Tow Section close next thnt6day week. \ themm Goiden i contest \ i i please enter me for Section ? name ? address ? i e ? a Muff Lei in Dpi � a up Bah ill Fri entries Are limited to Cardens within a radius of 15 Miles of the a sacral Post office. Adelaide. People who enter in Section no. 3. Which is restricted to those who do All their own car Denine. May also enter in Section no. 2. In which they Wail have to compete against entrants who Pmj Loy a Gardener one Day a week. The Competition is divided into Are sections a follows Section 1 open id this As in All sections nurserymen Are excluded but the work in the Garden May be done by hired gardeners. Entries in this Section will dose Denuit Ely on thu by july 6. First prize. �5 Tri Tnp bar 8eoo4 prize �3 toil prize. �3. Section 2 for Home gardens in which bind Gardener has been employed far not More limn one cams a. Week. First prize. A or trophy Sam prize. �3 third prize. �2. Section 3 amateurs for Home Grams m which the work u done solely by the owner occupier or Butteur me tubers of the family. First prize �5 a trophy prize. �3 third prize. �2. In addition to these prizes Harris Scarf lit., seeds men of bundle Street jul award a trophy valued at �1 1/ to the Winner in each Section. It has been decided that the Nulty Aspeci of Garden will not enter into the calculations of the judges. Whether a Garden does or does not include vegetables or rub Trees will not matter for the judges will be asked not to take these features into consideration but to select for the prizes gardens tit ate pretty interesting and Well kept. Pruning hints in gardens where Shrubb Are Uro . Judi Cious work with the Senate Are May be done now unon those that seed to Liapin but care should be taken that the specimens Are not bartered Shrub that Are allowed to Stow in their natural Man Ner Are the More Beautiful although close cutting to assume some definite shape such a6 is Practised upon Shrub Crown in tubs is permissible so Lone a too Many of these Are not included in a Garden. shrubs Ould not be Cut now. Particularly the Sprinc Blooming varieties of ther Are. Then Beauty �31 be spoilt for a season. After flow Prinz in the Cor rect time to Cut these. Dead Vood. How Ever May be taken out at any time. Weak Etowah May also be removed. Winter time is tiie Prunine time for All but flowering shrubs. But Uncle a Patci mens Are overgrown or a shapely they Are Best left alone. Hoses should not he pruned until the end of the month at the earliest but Best results will be obtained if the pruning is left until the first or Pecoud week in july. Notes on Rose Drui Unz will lit included on the Harden Pace in Eood time. Eight bottles of cough mixture for the Cost of one tight bottles of cough remedy for tue Cost of one is what you get when you add a two chilling Battle of concentrated Reenzo to sweetened water and what it More important is the fact that Heen of makes a family cough and influenza remedy far More Efficacy Ione than the usual ready made up mixture. Over one Mali of australian citizens annually for the last 20 years have proved tie goodness of Reenzo As a Eure and speedy remedy for banishing coughs Colde. Croup bronchitis and influenza. The fact that Reenzo is equally Good for babies a Well As adults makes it an Ideal family cough remedy that should be used in every Home. Order Reenzo from your chemist or store and have it ready for use at the first sign of Chest and Throat ailments. Rod Bros if rite far free of Dos prices. It fun Debs by Kkt. Dbl aids. Face them go. And education Bull tikk. Phone j cow. Harrington i offer you free valve testing service it is easy to cure the principal cause of poor radio reception. Is your set carrying a Burden or worn out valves we will gladly test your valves free on our new Laboratory Type Yale testing meter. You can read it yourself. Improve your radio. Have your valves tested free. Harrington Ltd. 10 Rundle Street

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