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Adelaide Mail (Newspaper) - November 11, 1933, Adelaide, South Australia National Library of australian Wra Jmst ii Merck Udise world markets uneasy Exchange movement Uncertain Trade on world commodity markets dragged during the week with operators generally waiting for some clarification of the Exchange position. The american Dollar again declined sharply against Sterling and francs but produced no More than a temporary re Vival of business activity and increase in farm product prices. With the United states Treasury still hesitating before com Mitt intr the country to More inflation and possibly a severe currency War with Bri Tain commodity prices in America were weakening and variable at the close of the week after Sharp fluctuations. These conditions were reflected else where and primary products in which Australia is vitally interested with the exception of woo followed the general trend. The sagging of the . Dollar has been closely attended by a corresponding fall in Canadian currency values and president Roosevelt s Gold buying programme appears to have conferred More Benefit on the Dominion s Farmers and miners than on those of his own country. Wool rising Competition for Wool both in Australia and overseas has continued keen and Gene ral. The australian Market being quoted very firm As compared with the Best rates of the previous week. Bradford wooltop6 generally advanced . A la. In the week to a basis of 36d. A la. For 64 a a very healthy level. It is to be hoped that the present scramble for Wool which should result in higher prices for some time to come does not result in Boom prices being realised which possibly could not be paid by con Sumers so producing a reaction wheat markets both locally and on International exchanges were subdued awaiting some More definite evidence of the outcome of Exchange experiments acreage reduction and outputs. The Ade Laide Market firmed fractionally from 2/5 to 2/5 a Bushel to 2/5j for Farmers lots at the Seaboard. Australian Grain sold firmly in Lon Don yesterday at the better level of 23/3 a Quarter. Tin again provided the highlight of the Metal Market and continued its steady Advance gaining �4 11/3 for spot and �4 2/6 Forward to Cash sales of �229 7/6 a ton. Base metals were variable Copper fell 6/10j and 6 3. Lead was up 2/6 for spot but fell 1/3 in the Forward position. Spelter was up 3/9 and 1/3 respectively. Silver fell 16d an of. For Standard spot. And Forward but Fine spot was up 16d., although Forward was Down Gold declined 2/2 an of. In London to �6 9f8. But pained 36 cents to 33 do h cents in new York. Go unarmed to the Caledon Bay Blacks sir Hubert Wilkins found if Best Way to gain their Trust to anti Yemen i am Yoor a guest a a i shall blow a tin Squeaker and make a few comic grimaces this is How the reve. H. E. Warren and a. J. Dyer of the Church missionary society say they Are going to Greet the Savage Galedra Bay natives. To the Lay Man could anything sound More Fantas tic yet to Many who know am hem land and have mingled with its primitive tribes such greetings Are considered the Only reasonable and sensible method of approach. Among them is sir Hubert Wilkins the noted South australian explorer. Eight Yeam ago he was in the country where these two plucky missionaries Are going now unarmed and with nobody to help them but a wireless operator. Missing White women sir Hubert s experiences show that the gentlemen a am your Wiiest greeting in by no Means so inapt As it sounds. When he was in North Australia in 1925 on Hie expedition to collect specimens of the native Fauna for the British museum it was the Rev. Or. Warren who took him from the groote Eylandt Mission to Caledon Bay. And they then used the i Ketch Holly which once again or. War Ren will use to reach the territory of the Black killers. When sir Hubert was there a police party was camped at Caledon Bay trying to gather definite information about two White women said to have been lost with tiie vessel Dougla Mawson and who were supposed to be living with the Blacks. Writing of his adventures at the now much discussed Region he said i made a tour of inspection along the District in company with a police interpreter. We started out about noon when the natives would be dozing at their Camps. We often approached a group of them and came quite dose before they noticed us. When they did see us the men sir Hubert Wilkins would jump up and snatch their Spears fit them to their throwing Sticks and dance about in the Moet threatening i manner. J the women unless we were very close would dash into the Bush but if we had approached them really closely they would sit huddled up on the ground in a state of terror the men were always threatening in their attitude and it seemed to me that the Only Way to gain their Confidence was to assume an air of Friend Liness and walk unarmed right no to their pointed Spears. Although it took a great Effort to do this in some cases i found that the natives were always afraid to strike. Many of them would look ashamed of themselves and their aggressive attitude and in most cases we were on most Friendly terms sir Hubert does not say what happened in the cases which were exception. But it is Plain that messes Warren and Dyer do not Lack courage ignoring the fact that the tribe they Are seeking has killed a White policeman and five japanese Pearler Only recently. The late or. Herbert Basedow of Ade Laide perhaps the greatest authority on the australian aborigine preferred to Call them Man eaters. Sir Hubert Wilkins mixed with them and called them promiscuous cannibals. He became friends with them won their Confidence and heard their revolting stories stories told just As a White Man might Tell of some specially Good Beer he had drunk. In his Book. Undiscovered Australia sir Hubert reproduces a photograph of parents of the baby which was eaten after it had been two Days in a grave six men shared the meal he says. Afterwards the Mother clasped the Bones and cried of Why did you eat my child it was so Beautiful and fat they replied and she was satisfied i speared in Back the explorer tells other gruesome stories How two natives wanting to eat fat speared a companion in the Back and. Later with other tribesmen ate him i leaving practically no histories of cannibalism Are no sordid flights of imagination or ancient myths said sir Hubert. The Inci dents related happened during the months of september and november 1924. The1 cannibals still roam the Bush unconscious of havin a committed a criminal act and fearing Only the disapproval of the White Man yet it is to country that Breeds such tribes that the revs. H. E. Warren and a. J. Dyr Are going unarmed and to Eay. Gentlemen i am your guest i Over �11,000,000 to finance Cash transactions the last balance Sheet of the Bank of new South Wales shows that Coin Bullion. Australian notes Etc. On hand amounted to �11.400.86? the Bank uses this Money to meet the daily Cash require ments of its thousands of clients at its 712 branches. Cash is the life blood of Trade and Industry and in the course of its circulation continually flow into the Bank and out again. If the Bank did not hold a Large amount of . Its clients would no be Able to draw out the Money required to pay tit wages of their thousands of employees engaged in occupation from the far North Wiir of Australia to Southern Tasmania As we As thu Schnut new zealand and the Pacific islands Bank of new South Wales established 1817 with which the Western australian Bank inf t lie australian Bani of Commerce Ltd. Aie irn ii Ai i died. Al ? naturally gifted men will begin the last course of their wonderful treatment Ai the Gresham hotel 5k Adelaide on i a or. James Lyons Tii Aarnie Lvon i limited number. Me a. Lyons Niv ,.,Ili, i, in tru.-.? Ili. A Lin wish to ii ,.. Of u in i. A -.-1 o Ili my in Tiki Iio if a. Call a Vita. Or a i a A i if. ,.,. My. ,.-,i m ? i. In nv.vml 7. 1 -. .1,i r Mir l Al i i h ?.-? -.-. Tiiv will i of pm m.ise onh. I i .-.?i i Himi u 1ii in i i ? s au-.-. A Book will be sent fast Tiee. 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Iti 1 myer one Day Sale of a my f full fashion hosiery comm i ran event that Only be classed at extraordinary one Day s Gigantic Well ? / is by _1m\ ing commencing Mondavi at 9 o clock Sharp in the myer hosiery department ground. Ai or x a flab a 1 in floor. Full fashioned pure silk hosiery. Huge accumulation of oddments j of a Fri re1 fit off discontinued numbers imported hosiery All to be sacrificed at ridiculous Price Levels Abbt or i .1 ill my for certain clearance. A wonderful Opportunity to secure Mae gift and save. Is a to la i i up to 12/ufud Fash. Pure silk of Lyle Java a i Yaj group of oddments Weh known makes � in 1 is / a a at11 a is discontinued numbers assorted qualities. Wilb i my i a Jas a a 1 us m pure silk Hose every pair fully fashioned it i ? ? o to Gsg go egg we m a popular heels selection of colors and sizes it of by is ak3 4 a Hll 9 m usuary up to 12/11 myer Xmas carnival 1 at. I we 63-3 2/1h. No phone or mail orders. Two pair limit. Job he la m i 8/11 . 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Is a i 1�,m from top to toe. Flared i if Lisle Hose up Steed at / i a Huttl isl vim. Jsu Spedder welts. Nina 111 ? ? Points of Wear. Ideal Tot f � be he a reinforcements every pair a ports or Street Wear. And m til in in ilk Al a Phil in 1\km \\1 Tii roughly recommenetec1 sizes in popular Shade a m i Hibib in ii a of Good colors and sizes. Usually 12/11 pair. Of Choice. Usually 3/1l a Wpm fat Sayer Xmas Carn Lral 9/u Pate. Buyer Abms Cani Lral a i. A ,. A a 1 i up to 35/ imported Novelty hosiery 1 i i a group of Well known american makes of full fashioned ear a we Rel v pure silk hosiery. Silk spliced feet and All silk Suspender m a i h h is. Hll a 1 if we j welts. Variety of popular styles Fine and coarse mesh by / h h we i i a lift honeycomb net Diamond lace printed styles. Good Range a a f a my w9k Baadj Tayt i m 11 Ifill. A ? ii i. Or ii / a 7 w by by a by w i huge clearance ? f a atm i of wanted shades and sizes. Usually up to 35/ myer Xmas a a. Fol oddments a re carnival 9/11 pair. Two pair limit. No a pros. Or phone orders. In sown web of us tub in 21/ Dull twist Fud Fash. 10/6 pair Fuu fashioned if sell 1i silk hosiery for a la silk hosiery for in minyof1jnvb1a-1. I7i\ Grendel be Dull twist pure thread a i ii delightful Ranee of wanted shades in i ? m ii Wil Nof Flor a Fol til Ink Hose. A full Fash loot silk from a f ? i Are race Quality pure silk Hose silk lit ii of a b vol in a top to toe. Finished with flared Ana feet Suspender welts plot Edge with ? q ___i., Ajn-la.,i offs pm Pender welts smart panel heels and lace Garter band Well known Jerold of Eany Ivion aay morning ? amp silk up Lloyd feet no Arlston it for service and appearance. Stripe que nitty i roughly recommended for satisfaction. Of Lviv us any 21/. Myer Xmas carnival 9/11 pair. Usually 10/8. Myer Sioss carnival 6/11 pair. Ground floor ? at myer s us monday at 9 Cash at counters no phone or mail orders available while they last or until 12 o clock m i h 9/11, 12/11 ready to Wear fed. Bats 2/11 3/11 chinese brass fruit bowls for 1/11 if Butov 1� oldest of Nauty Pedaline ready to Wear bats tucked crowns medium Juji 50 Oiin Eso brass nut or fruit bowls with Black wooden stands and air Fol ,brlnl8. Trimmed with cords pm on to tone. All flt tags and or Oriental a sign. Usual to 3/11 myer Star bargains 1/11 each. Ground Vaw 9m leading colors. Leu ally 9/11, 12/11 myer Star bargains 2/11 each. Ulp Hoot. Kill 7wv second floor. I am a # 3/11 or. Boxed fabric gloves for 2/11 m 1/hea.sover plated cake knives for 1/ Fatm Xii _%�,_., to i0 Only start1 sire related cake knife assorted designs and War vim War on Daf Tuy boxed fabric res. Several new styles some peril Jef ranted to Wear White throughout. Usually 1/11 myer Star bargains 1 is ii mvr1 Ott Onera one dome Fastener. Tied ribbon. Usually 3a1 myer Star Luik each. Ground floor. Of r vhf bargains 2/11 pair. Ground floor. Or r 8 # 2/11 a. Organ die and silk collars for 2/3 4/11 printed Cambric House frocks 1/11 Kyj fwd � sell 30 dozed Bitiah printed Cambric House frocks Wiki Short Ete Eres Ana s3 Twa Yalj Csc Orandle collars new types in filled Edge trimmed with. Belted waistlines. . To . Usually 4.11 myer Star bar Caius 11 met vol it to is also Cord Suk buttons to next. Usually 2/u1 Myers a bargains. Mar each. Second floor. Two limit 1 a part i/13 each ground floor Ftp h a. 5/11, 8/u . Fancy nets 36 to 54 in., 1/6 x z/1 Siik Wol Puu overs ill my l Viz j to Flat a Only silk an Jwo re Llorens. Sports style with Short sleeves in All i a Iii 15� Yards Colorni of by Eta. �6 to 54 inches wide. Silk spot net. A White or White with red. Blue or Green. . And w usuary a in wow a Al Silken fancy Tosca sets. Net with rows of Val lace suitable for frocks. Myer Star bargains ill each second Flor rum iif3� fronts Etc. Usually 5/11. Sll myer Star bargains. 1/6 Yard. Fullre m 2fot it ii pm mfr t 1a/q 2f 1/h Yard Plain Rayon rocking to go . We 5k so r can Loii i it Raucina corsets Luy is. A Puiq bad few. Ibs us Muu ,4 my Elj u splendid for frocks or linings. Visual la 1/11 myer Star bargains fid pm lao to Berov icing corsets with wide Fluur inner beit. Resumed in Stron Yard. First floor. Aars Ains. M. Pm to shr peach Coull. Firmly boned throughout. Elastic insert under bust elastic mme1 / a 11 to j i 1 to n � i i i a 1\m\ b w a of to 40 Lnch rsua117 25/ myer up 1/ neatly patterned dress prints for 6jd. M i i 2/11 striped Suspender brassieres 1/6 m it to h f 150 Suspender brassiere in Pink striped material. Elastic gusset at o a l t o j l ii. I 411 i am i � sri sir or sir Sis k thu Hsk. Each Airey Sandwich trays at 1/4j i m.3/3 . Horrock ses White sheeting 1/6 2s�5rsss-�rgr we k w it int 600 Yards single and double bed Plain White Linen finished sheeting. T la 1 j Hal i. Ii i11y i t i vib 1 a Horrock ses. San True bed. 54 inches wide usually 3/3. Myer Star bargains to i / m Tell up ii Nii Lii up lit 9t i / i\.1l a life m Vard double bed. 80 inches. 4/6 for 2/8 Yard 5% Yards limit. Ground. A u a ail Tail Ltd Luu Hull jul 1/ in in i Josg floor. A bbl 5 on to t1lle and hit or Viseh old . Wanted Tankard shape Strong Al 3e 2/6 half pint aluminium enamel for 1/6 3l a m Jef Fri 500 half pint tins us Llva aluminium enamel. Silver moves healers. T_2ff 12/n if Snow top Roll Hopr Milf Al iwo Lac 7/11 cs9& 12 hum roof. Lustrous Nuh hear resisting. Usually 2/6 myer Star a4 � / Jet a Usu Sci Quaill it cold i 11 woj w. If fac bar rans l/6 half int downstairs. Or Lull a =1i-Fraio r i or Bash i made from flue to Lua Liiv h x 1/u 3/11 Model picture frames 10 in i?1 a % . Sis Ssiss Lis a ass 2�. & 12/6 Foli Steamer and porch chairs 7/1 1 Al How to frames some filial Fly Shoi fio Ilei usual la 1/11. 3/11 myer Siar or v 100 folding Camor or Torch a to ukr Cik from fcft5 3k Jwuc. Rains. 10hd Earh two limit Crould floor or wih Canvas and b.,-ks. Van ally re ? Over 5tai Bart an i mk1 e Smon sl5/617/6aiiwhikrsfo-7/6 s 4/fit up Imp in finn r,.c if 1 i i1 my m Man. A i of an. T.raT. To it 4/ Kever Sime Totton Kus go at to in 7&w rat p618 w Hool wed Strlne-3 Collar and bit ims in Simer tint i 1 iiiy1 r., a ? ? i t a ? 7� a \ Moi. Sizes a. . Usually 15/ w/6. It/6 Over Star Artrai me for s be Jinai Lirni- m of j t f j r i Hafl men s 5/11 Oxford tourist shirts at 2/11 w 9/6 Serge table covers to Clear 27/6 a ? Vrtol to on Al men s Oxford tourist shirts with Couar to match. Neat Jet a Only a s.-. r i., ?.,-. ,.--., Isu 1 sure a striped effects fast vat dyes. Full Cut. Sizes 14 to 17. Usual a list n in rafale let a ii re rat t v a w u h myer bargain 2/11 each. Ground floor. A Sally Myers or bargain 27 a m,.i i to n Brkl ��n�.i. 1 s boys 2/6. La each Oxford shirts 1/6 furnishing remnants for half Price my i Only boys Orford Shir. Blue and White Block Stripe. Full.i. A ? Ai Ori innings is k \ a ? no a i it a t Xum w or tic a n21- uni slip a. Sizes la i u 14. Udu Aily 2/6. H Over Star Barsa i. Jarl 1lj of r 1 a i is. Cream a. Al. A i ,. 0r Frt Bra Adelaide Stock Exchange Gold share Market nervous investments Active mount Morgan Guinea Gold and Ulolo Gold dredging Are the Only principal told mini Der concerns listed on the Stock sex of Hartert of aril Pirfo Echt a wave tint suffered during the last week from the extreme nervousness of the Market and pack of Confidence among the speculative ele ment. The Falls in the other shares have not been big Over the week but the tone at the close was generally weaker. Sharp fluctuations in the British Price of Fine Pold. Which ended in a fall for the week of 2/2 an ounce to �6 9/8 and the Irre ii Laritz of the London share quotations wre the main causes of the setbacks. Mount Morgan after the Promise of re Polar quarterly Vid ende of 2/ a share provided the Best Rise from 53/4% to 56/g Afier touching higher Levels than the last i during the week. Guinea Gold Rose from �5 10/ to �5 13/. And Balolo Gold dredging from �5 3/3 to �5 ii. Among the bigger Western Austral an . Bolder perseverance dropped Back from 4/1% to 3an%. Great Boulder from 12/2 to 11/6. Lake View and Star 33/3 to 32/. Norseman 14 to 12/10, and North Kal Ruth 15/11 to 15/6. The majority of the turnover of 157.0 10 shares in the Seo fion was confined to the Raore Active smaller stocks but no great movement occurred in prices Over to wife extent in Bales Mons Olata. The report of the clean no from this mine showed the Virv Rich yield of 939 ounces of Gold from 238 tone of Ore. And the paid shares Rose from 12/ last saturday to 16/ Oday. Another mine which a been 9nbrn twin r Roomi Einor reports lady Gladys flip a. Tin Ted widely Over the week. After Elos is at 4/11 last saturday. 5/10 was Tiu Cherl on monday. And the quotation the rent Down again to finish Strong today at 5/3.i values for Silver Lead issues show hath difference Over the week. Trading was restricted to very Small turnovers during the week but today the Section was More Active but w the Little alteration in quotations. North broken kill with a Rise of so to 88/9. Showed the biggest Moj Smej for the week. Australian consolidated Loans were traded j actively during the first part of the week j and under continued buying pressure new re Cord High Levek were reached for seve i no of the four per cent issues. There was a reaction later however and the Clos ing values today Are a Little under those rung last saturday. The turnover in the classified invest ments and miscellaneous Industrial sections lao been More than double that of last week. Several key stocks have Fol Lowed interstate quotations in upward movements. Broken Hill propriety in Yeh owe a Rise from 40/4% to 41/ for the week and hosts theatres have improved. Australian Glass shares temporarily lost support on the expectation that the prohibition on the importation of Glass will be lifted and brewery shares mostly weakened after a Rise which was started by the repeal of prohibition in the United states of America. It was expected in some quarters that a demand would be created by the repeal for matured whisky of which the world stocks Are comparatively Low. Although few sales were effected in the Section locally the continued strength of the tin Market has been an outstanding feature. The improvement in the Statis tical position of the Metal has Given an impetus to demand among investors in the Eastern states. Some sections would not be surprised if the dredges working in Malaya were afforded some Relief from the present restriction before the new ear. Today s sales and quotations Bales recorded on the Adelaide Stock it change today were ? australian consolidated Loans. 4 p. 1941. �105 t/6 4 p w55, �10? 10/. Investments. Benneti & Fisher a pref. 18/9 executor trustee. 12/2 Adel. Electric 6i p. Pref. 29/5 . Gas. 22/6. 22/5 Adt a steamship. 25/4 Aust. Glass Ord. 48/71 . Ptj., 41/ Cresco fert. Pref., sl/10 Howard Smith Ord. 12/10 Wicox. Molella. 9/11 Wunderlick Ord. 21/5. Silver Lead Zinc. North ., .88/b South . 64/6 Sulphide corp. Ord., 10/2 Zinc corp. Ord. 36/9. Tin. Tong Kab compound 22/5. Gold. Ass. Northern. 2/10 . Bendigo Sands. Perseverance 3/11, 3/10j Bull deposits 1/10. 1/9. 1/10 car Bine 1/4 Dundas. 10id. Forsyth. 2/11, 2/101. 2/10. 2/10j granites devel. Con., 1/10 great Boulder. 11/7, 11/6 Kimberley of. Con. 1/ Lidy Gladys con. 5/. 5/1, 5/2. 5. 3 . West con. Lod. Lake stars. 32/3. 32/ it. Morgan 56/6. Fwd. 56/ Norseman 12/ o North Kal Curll. 15/6 do. Central. 1/1. 1/1 Ora Banda. 4/2 . Consols. 2/3 Parl Nga 1/r Princess Royal. 2/11 renown. 1/10. 1/101 sturts con. I?.d. Unofficial Sale. Apex lid. Triton. 2/6i. 2/7, 2/7j. 2/7. Quotations for some of the leading stocks to la v were investments Bank of Adelaide s. �6 7 6 elder Smith. S. �7 12/ Goldsb Ruph. Mort. B. 29/7. S. 29/il broken Hill Gas. S. 3/10 South australian Gas 22/5 s. 22/6 Adelaide electric Ord. B. 37/9. Adelaide steamship 25/3 Guinea air Bas. B. 37/ Carlton brewery. S. 44/ . Brewing. B. 34/ Walkerville brewing 16/3. S. 17/3 Adelaide Cement Ord. B. 43/ australian Glass Ord., 47/9. British tobacco Ord., 36/9, s. 37/6 broken uni proprietary 40/10%, s. 41/ Clarkson Ord 12/ Cresol fertilisers Ord., 16 3, s. 17/ Dunlop Perdriau Ord., 18/10, s/2 general industries Ord. B. 9/3. S. 10/ Harris. Scarfe Ord., s. 3/s. Howard Smith Ord., 12/9, s. 12/10 Hume i pipe. B. 13/ Lincoln Mills pref., s. 29/ slyer melb Ord. S. 30/ nestles pref., 33/6 Wallaroo fertilisers. B. 20/10 Wilcox Mifflin. P 9/10. S. 10/. Mining it. Lyell 23/3. S. 23/8 amal Tama de Zinc. B. 10/2, s. 10/4 electrolytic Zinc. B. 27/ North broken Hill S3,s. Siv9 broken Hill South. B. 64/3, s. 64/9 Sulphide corporation Ord., s. 10/2 Zinc Cor Ord. B. 36/3. S. 36/10%. Cold associated new. B. 5/4. S. 5/6 Asso titled Northern. B. 2/9. S. 2/10 Ang aus italian 6/2. S. 6/6 Boulder Perse Tracee b 3/10. S. 3 11 Byles in. B 11/ Fioren Horseshoe. B. 4/iovi. S. 5/. Great Boulder 11/2, s. 11/4 Guinea Gold �5 13/ lady Gladys con., 5/3. S. 5/5 Lake View and Star. B. 31/9. S. 32/3 Lancefield. B. 5/10, s. 6/1 it. Conlon 9/3, s 9/s it. Morcan. B. 55/9. S. 56/3. New Deloraine 2/5. S. 2/7 new Gui Iiona Iii Fields 7/1 a. S. 3 Norseman 12/9. S. 13/ North Kals Urli Central 1/. S. 1/2. North Kai Iurii 15/4. S. 15/7. Ora Bali. B 4/2. S. 4/3 Ora Banda con sob I in s. L /4 Phoenix. B. 3 1, s v it arct Kiyal. B 2/ioh s. 2/11 son if Gwalia. B 41 9. S. 43/ Wavric. S. 16/4 Vicuna r lil. S. 67/. Best Wool Saliss since 1928 �450,000 for growers Melbourne saturday Wool growers throughout Victoria mainly in tue Wes Tern District and the North East and Sonie a dimmers a Maziers will receive More than �450,000 Witiuk the next fortnight As a result of this week s Wool sales at Tiee Long the 6ales, at which the five records were made on the opening Day. And three on thursday were tue Desi held at one Lime since 1928 la is Niue cases growers received for their locks and broken Wooi prices which exceeded to Bose Tor top lines of their clip of 1932. Prices ranged Ironi . A la. For the poorest lots to the australian record Price of 33id. Tor super uie Riuo fleeces it is doubtful whether this Price will be exceeded at jeep Ujj tins season As. Wick the exception of a few Odd Bales of very Choice Wool the highest Quality Merino fleeces have now been offered. Good average one company secured an average of i9.. A la. Lor All Wool sold on thurs Day and an average of �23 16/3 a Bale. Compared with prices ruling at the Cor responding Sale last year the Riise is most encouraging. At that ease the returns there about lid. A 1b a conservative estimate made today Aras that the Wool realised about �475,000, All of which will be put into circulation immediately before the Wool leaves the store cheques must be lodged with the Banks and within 14 Days Settle ments Are made to growers. King gives medals to ice explorers London november 11. Five members of the Watkins expedition which explored Arctic ice Cape of Greenland in 1s30-1 today received Polar medals in Silver with inscribed clasps from the King. H. G. Watkins the 23-year-old Leader of the expedition was drowned in Green Laud Waters last year when Hie Eskimo Canoe overturned. Melbourne change demand for tin and mining shares Melbourne saturday. The demand for tin and mining shares at steadily hardening prices was the main feature of trading on the Stock Exchange this week. Buyers have shown growing Confidence in tin and mining ventures since the be ginning of this month because of a slightly better Outlook for Industry. The International plan of production restriction is bearing fruit and its operation bae been extended for three years from january 1 next provisions for increased Export quotas should Benefit the producing companies particularly those which have been Able to earn profits while working far below full capacity. At the name time traders should Bear in mind that increases in Export quotas will not allow greatly increased production. The London Price of tin this week moved from �224 18/9 to �229 7/6 a ton compared with �154 12/6 on november 11 of last year. The statistical position of Industry moreover is somewhat improved Commonwealth Bonds again held Good support at substantial premiums on face values although 4 per cents As a group just failed to carry interest accrued on the week. The average redemption yield at today s closing rates wag �3 11/11 per cent., compared with �3 11/7 ast Satur Day. The turnover for the week was �136,000, As against �100,000 last week. The terms of the new loan of 10 Mil Lions announced by the loan Council Issue Price �99, currency 10 years Inte rest 3% per cent were Well received. A the loan carries an effective interest rate of �3 12/5 per cent its Success seems assured particularly As plentiful supplies j of surplus capital Are being placed in Gilt i edged securities. The Commonwealth Bank is underwriting the Issue. \ additional evidence of the tendency towards cheaper Money was supplied by a reduction of % per cent in interest j rates on the Commonwealth savings ? Bank Loans. Banking and brewing shares were quiet and had a Slig utly easier tendency. Metro Politan gag continued on tiie up Raile. Having advanced from �12 15/ to �13 2/ in two weeks. A dividend announcement is due shortly. General investments were dealt m quietly and most of the email fluctuations Weer upward. Key issues.uiin.g broken Hill proprietary which continues to furnish expanding production figures from Newcastle Steelworks Dunlop Perdriau. And electrolytic Zinc All hardened i improved trading conditions m sectional j Industry were reflected in Prii a move 1 ments of hosts Issue and Denton hate. A number of preference issues carrying relatively High interest income or better prospects had quite a firm a Arket. Business in Gold chares wars of a smaller volume because of the Sharp daily fluctuations in the London Price of the Metal tiie absence of new developments on the Fields and speculative opportunities provided by tin stocks prices were somewhat irregular. Better prospects of mount Morgan continued to attract buyers shares of the company have appreciated about 10/ in the last month j or or i 1 the Royal mail aeroplane left Para fiend Ifor Perth today with mails and the Fol Lowine a Ibsen Iron s mists o v stain link. Major n. Rearley. Messes m. B. Rutty. J. F. Mclnerney g. Ridgway Lear Jan b Small. S a. Dumas. From to pert i mrs Hopkins. I Vern j . And lever

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