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25 Nov 1933

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25 Nov 1933

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Adelaide Mail (Newspaper) - November 25, 1933, Adelaide, South Australia National Library of Australia big strides made by Woodville fourth largest town in . Mayors talk from an obscure Little Village with an assessment of �8,000 in 1874, represent ing �16.000 capital value of property Bondville has grown into a District with an assessment this year of �282.202 on property valued at �5.844,040. The mayor or. H. Slade told of Woodville s porn Row at a meeting of ratepayers last night when he presented the annual report of the corporation. Or. Slade. Who is retiring from Muni Cipal life after 22% years of unbroken service in the Woodville Council said that Woodville was part of the District Council of Hindmarsh from 1853 until 1874, when it was also proclaimed a District Council. Early in january last Woodville became a municipal corporation by proclamation on the recommendation of the local government areas commission. On assessed values Woodville was now the fourth largest town in South Australia including the City of Ade Laide. Enough for City it had a population of about 26,000, which was More than sufficient for the town to be proclaimed a City. With 24,338 assessments Woodville had the largest number of any local govern ing body in the metropolitan area. Woodville had four times As Many assessments As Norwood. Glenelg. Theban ton and Hindmarsh and eight times As Many As Henley and Grange. In the 16 Square Miles comprising the corporation there were 6.998 dwellings and shops. The roadways aggregated 224% Miles. Forty five Miles of sewers had been Laid. For six Vears the Woodville Council held the state record for the construction of buildings. In 1926 there 588 shops and dwellings and 105 other build Intro and 53 alterations and additions Wei made the estimated value Beinor �459.274. Bank overdraft Down unfortunately there had been a Bis falling off in the number of buildings erected and for the 10 months ended october 31 last Only 16 dwellings or shops. 43 other buildings and 22 alterations and additions at an estimated value of �12.764 had been approved by the Council. During the Oast 12 months the Bank overdraft had been reduced from �14.135 to �160. During the past nine months through the assistance of the news and the mail Olie Tinapp artist fund the Relief Council and the lord mayor s fund the following articles had been distributed to the poor and need of the District 103 pairs of men s trousers. 444 women s and children s Carmente. 48 Boye coat 10 boys suite. 36 pairs of boys Kokker. 1,402 Yards of Flannelette and Wincey 208 Yards of Fuji. 30 Yards of shirting. 120 men s shirts. 216 pairs of stockings. 252 pairs of men s socks and 166 pairs of footwear. About 200 Carmente from the Lenda hand club had been distributed As Well As 700 pairs of boots and shoes from the Relief i a through the medium of the schools. Australians May Supply Empire broadcast London. Saturday. The in tin broadcasting corporation announces that Australia will probably Sun ply the by Pire Day programme to be broadcast throughout the Empire on May 24. 1934. Other dominions in alphabetical Orler. Will contribute the broadcasts in Oise truent years. The broadcasting corporation is arrans inc a wot id broadcast of Bells of Bethle hem related from the holy land on Christmas eve. Your Waist line is your life line Ort vent their proper functioning. The Weber Shorthose & Rice weight feb sol a will brine to you a Normal attractive figure with health. Is a strength and abundant er.?r?y id quite a Short period. Habo la la la Llyl in one course can be accomplished without fatiguing Teremi has Hoff pm Lous exercise. A diet it Prstac Robed which Orill cause no my ill inconvenience. Easy to follow in warm weather. The fees hip of fag a we positively guarantee results. Electric Light i i my by Baths under expert supervision. 3/6 per Batt. This a remedial treatment for crooked spines rheumatism. Hoo i a i injuries. Stiff joints wasted muscle. Paralysis. Synod lots m1m a 1 1 Ilner a Shock. General debility. Err Nus and dle Estive Dis a no Mem a orders. Stammering and weight reduction or increase height pm pm increase. Remedial treatment under medical supervision can Bop i iss by be arranged. ? ? -.? ? i Jim mob annual physical culture competitions will be Beld 2nd. 4th. And 5th dec in. Ber. Adjudicator Pray. H. J we Kush by ssh caujltgoro3paprt, class. Pro on the air. Ska. Or. Shorthose. Mon. Wed., and Fri. A of Jet a Weber Shorthose & Rice s 41 Currie Street my us Adelaide carry a letter of credit the simplest and safest Way to finance a trip to any part of Australia or to any place abroad is to Cany a Bank of new South Wales letter of credit. This method eliminates the risk of theft that is always present when Large sums in Cash Are carried on the person. The Bank issues with each letter of credit a letter of introduction which bears the traveller s signature and provides identification. There is an agent of the Bank of new South Wales wherever the facilities of civilization Are available. Bank of new South Wales established 1817 Itic which the Western australian Bank and the australian Bank of Commerce Ltd. Are amalgamated. If ? _ Beauty specialist s Grey hair secret ? i tells How to make simple remedy to i Darken Grev hair at Home. \ sister hone a nodular Beauty specialist of a Viii a. Receipt la Cave out this advice i Thoin Prev Imir Ai Vicine Enn easily Are i a Imle mixture at Home at very help Cost to la Kon Evv. Stiv aked. Or a hair and Nikko it soft. Lustrous and free 01 i ind Milf. Mix tie i or of to save expense to a -n1f-Nint of -.vtm a d 1 ounce i Rev Puni. A Smyl a of Oriex co .-1 and ounce of Glycerine. These an be Blaine at and Eliem to is. A div to the liar a co dip of times a week until the Tif Vii de shall., results. Years Olu. Shui ild i i from the of am Prev haired a person Nisi thit Rena ratio for does not Discolour the scale. Is m. Stick or Arr East. And in re. I a i spectacular Christmas pre m 1 i is sensation of one thousand h a dressing gowns 1 to right in time for summer months and we j off i a Christmas gift giving ? monday Ufi 1 Christmas holidays ahead s so t a a w8 a jux for a the it season too k h i vib 1 in a ____8 wbk Ftp Foj assuming very definite proper 88 \ w ? bal i b9 bb88sbi a m s tons monday will see the pre h a f a m8881 Bibb by he Elk v �1 is sensation of 1,000 gone at Price h b h huh a am a i by Levels that must make instant h Ibl Jubb h8bh1 9 a a a my h Appeal to All who Are planning a shh Kwh 9 a Mew he by bbl he a vacation or those who Are _9 no a 8 by my a vol 5j puzzled what to give this Christ hwwjihlh8ifcl ? ? Jyh Jutt a m a a bbl Jim pm Mas. Give myer dressing gone b888888bmffnfflnbfflmtflllllttffllti if a tet re a practical gift and a to Fly 1 two Are sure to be appreciated. Fol Al a see them on the a a it elate the store a j monday ? a mme Fri of Mai i Ion gifts Mil 8/11 Fuji silk 21/ Silken 19/11 Safin 12 la Rayon 9/11 silk i jackets for Kimonos for gowns for gowns for jackets for Tel 2/11 12/11 9/11 7/11 4/6 i j no h ,? of Dan to dressing jackets Ifa 5. A mixed Quantity of Fuji silk dressing jackets i bpm in Good Quality Fuji silk. Neck and sleeves finished As illustrated with Collar and he stitched edges. Dali vim with neat Scauo Ping. W. Blues. In Pink sky. Usually Tuy Embryol wed in colors to tone. W. Size i Pink Imit w 8/11 myer Xmas carnival. 2/11 each. Sky. White. Usually 9/11 myer Xmas carnival 4/6 Al my no. 2. 130 some Lliie throughout with Jap silk each. Vafi smart Floral design As illustrated. Others heavily Lind. \\k.m7m worked. All full . Ruby Boyal Saxe Hunter 1 i ism it Salmon Black. Full fitting. Usually 21/ myer Xmas c/11 i71a�-.1 a Mam. /1at_-. A i j carnival. 12a1 each. A 11 110131 Lum Oila a owns we \ no. 3. 75 Lustrous Satin gowns in Kimono style. I9k\v j Wran Over with tie to 8id-. Pink sky Saxe Green 200 smart designs in Floral fwd 1_tl jew Black with printed Border. Ideal for gifts. 7sually Del Alnette Kimono gowns trimmed we #11 a big 19/11 myer Xmas carnival. 9/11 each. With Plain contrasting colors. M i ii we so. 4. 751 Bayon Elmona gowns in charming Floral ground tog include Saxe Boyal. F t i ii i a \ effect with contrasting hands at neck and sleeves. Oreen Slack. Full length. Its Pally Al colourings. Wrap Over Etyle with Side tie. 50, 52, 56 5/11 myer Xmas carnival 2/11 a. M so i Inch lengths. Usu Why 12/11 myer Xmas Ca Niril i 1 \\1 j � of cuff a a a it a at counter Only Al � no phone or mail orders available while they last or until 12 o clock ill 1 Fife Cotton remnants. One third Ujj 7 11, Pedaline Straw hats 2/9 Larj t. 5k_sr .1,300 Cotton dress remnants in prints zephyrs. In i i00 Only. Finest Quality Pedaline. Beady to Del a a Cambric Fuji voiles linings la Nennes Cotton Jhk Wear Straw hats in new shapes colors and trim w 1 l la words Etc. Myer Star bargains one third marked a a mings. All fittings. Usually 7/11 slyer Star Lii v wik Price. For to floor. Dobr bargains 2/i each. Second floor. W a i of Cotton remnants. Half Price up 1/6, Wicker hand. Teapots 9d. My t lilt 2,0u0 Cotton areas it Winants in Good useful a � Only. Plain color teapots fitted with ? a Ljra Lenatta Dimitres bayous. Piques Georgette Etc. Wmk Wicker handles. Strongly made and about 5 v1 a twp Cam Brics Gin Iiams Cors piques Georgette a ssh a capacity. Pink design. Good pourer. Usually Ivl Fiig Etc. Myer Star bargains one half marked Price. Is myer Star bargain. 9d. In a i a Sec ii ret i or 4/11, Chianti decanters at in a i Teyf Woollen Keilin ants. In incl he Iso Only. Genuine italian Chianti decant Ojua a film 350 Woollen dress remnants. Crepes Zzz wine Etc. Specially construe cd ice Container. Al ii i48 re flannels. Cords fancy woollens Eie. Myer Star Affolt suitable for All summer drinks. Usually 4/11 ja_ 10 Jurf bargains one third Price. First foor. Is Micro Xmas carnival 1/11 each. To % me silk lengths. One third the ladies 12/11, 14/11 shoes. 4 11 a a \ i test two Large tables crammed full of Sik be nanu3pj� 100 pairs oddments in ladies shoes. Good Fisl Fri Short useful lengths up to in Yards to be cleared let variety of leathers and fabrics. Street and a j maj at one third marked . First floor. Z Beach styles. Two tone effects. Leather soles. Liv Jar o11 t i. Ix1p in a. My. Sizes 2 to 7, but not in every style. Usually lkvv5 Job 3ff of lengths. Huh x Rice jew Ull. Am myer Xmas carnival 4/11 pair. My b four Large tables of silk lengths from 1% to 4 Jet second floor. A t i Mha Yards. All High Grade silk weaves. Plain and Jwj 1/11 a nigh 1-Trilh Jfe Vair 1 a we 1 ill rec fancy crepe de Chines striped spun crepe. 2ffn& viiu1uu Julua of i1j jmj a Purv Marocain a satins Georgette Fuji sinks Etc. Myer amt of 10� Only set of t111110 Brush and tray. Smart % of 9 2/ a Star bargains half slaked Price. First floor. We designs and colourings. Usually i la myer Star of Ujj melt in /11 t,.�r, i nnn4lii q it 1 in bargains 1/ set. Granun j Rockir. \ Jim it Suff 19/11 Uress lengths 8/11 Swfit 1/6 1/n gift Nec idels i /. A flu ? Oliree table Rafuls of Driss lengths and boar i � Max a ctn jew a to Juji ends. Plain Prinus. And striped crepe a.150 Only. Neck lets in wanted colors and de i is & 3sr& Chines Plain and fancy spun Silks Sand crepe.-. 9fmf signs. Strongly threaded Complete with be a Jyh the Jim cd Taro cans Etc. Two Price groups. Usually up to a ssh cure clasp fancy coloured Box for gift Pur ipw3 l f j vat 19/n for 8/11 length and �9/11 for 14/11. First it War l use usually 1/6, ill myer Star bargains m Jill a 7/lli org. Lace Floun cing 5/ 6 wac boys 1/11 Wool f Golf Hose 1/ us a -k4 100 Yards. 3-Iii. Or Nadif. Lace aun Novelty a pars Good wearing All Wool three quark a � 11 Fyffe lace Fiou icings in Bright and Dull finishes. As maker Osee to turnover tips spliced heels Aud in to fsr Ivory Brown Lemon Black Etc. Usually 7/11. Of Jav myer Star bargains. Pair Iron ind floor. I 1 8 1 1 Kkt myer Star bargains 5/6 Vard. Ground floor. Of Vitti Towt Titi in 1 i i Elm Al at Ollo Lii Noeum squares. Zoo ?su2t 10 at Lyhl Lirlie Hollywood panel o or b Jiji r on j dry it heavy left base Square. Or size rho. Fra nes. Gum a Silver antique and a b lbs a Floral two tone Grey Brown and All y&i4& la self Sigud Hack. Upright or of 1/ i Over eflrect8 usually 39/ti myer Star bargains. No ? la l a Clits. 10 by r inches. Usually Law / ? Ili a 29/6 myer excels ruffs 17 9 so limit group i Fli or in is 50 Only a pure we 1 myer sex 4ijirf 7 6. End fish filial pipes Al 11 i Wpm a cola travel bugs in newest Brown Tonips. ,. Is a of Irb a 1/s 1/6 each Magazine for 6d. A Cable knitting silk. 9d. Hmm a withdrawn from our Library. Sketch Tatler. A for wanes Etc. Many Eun. -lii1ins. Jury. \9 a i Here. Illustrated Lon Ion news. Ii Aily Mirror. R 1/11 Rar Nin. Of. 4 Zilida a a Wolf film romances. Screen stare Etc. Usually 1 ? or Rau d hour. Aji Fli 1/-5 myer Star bar tvs Cli i a a round floor. -2 in q 9/o a Hooi a l? 11 q Wjk i or a a/11 indoor games 1,9 Ujj m or. Hot -.s, Brilis 1 Mlin fwd a. Jeh to popular games in boxes for sift Pur mses. Dire. Jet Kues. In Pood assortment of and colourings. To a Kins and round game. Dominoes draughts Al. To Iii Blue Pink Favin und Lurty 4 fat in Liv it k i in usually 2/c. 2,11 myer Star narc ii i to a 1 Sally is i i i ? e s 1p a if pm me Epif Roii a floor. A pm h final of j \ o set 2/6 swimming rings. 16 fit 4 11, folding Camp stools 2 6 a s1 pm 72 Only. 20-Iniii s itius.=. Hoax Zweig a re 10 july Cirn str ? a ? pm \ myer Star bargains 1/6 each. Ground k Oor. W Kloo. .�-.-. K a Europe Ridden by the fear of War British . On world affairs the whole of Europe seems to be Ridden by the fear of War said sir Geoffrey Ellis a distinguished British at p. On his arrival in Adelaide in the Nar Kunda today. This fear and the sense of insecurity Are preventing the commercial world irom getting to work again he raid. England has made excellent Progress towards recovery. The worst us Over but we Are by no Means out of the Wood yet. We have put things right at honj3. And any further commercial recovery depend on the International position. Complete recovery cannot come until the disarmament question is settled and Security is assured sir Geoffrey whose Grandfather. Or. Henry Martin was a Pioneer settler in South Australia has come to Adelaide to look after his business interests Here he made a similar trip to Adelaide Echt Vears ago. He is making the present trip for health Ceasrine. Too. Authority in banking while in Adelaide sir Geoffrey will meet leading South australian politicians and business men. He will speak at a Commonwealth club luncheon on wednesday and will be the guest of the South austra Lian Branch of the Empire parliamentary association at a dinner at parliament House on tuesday night. Sir Geoffrey is a Bachelor. He is Najr Man of the Council of the National Union of the conservative association and is an authority on banking and economics. He is vice chairman of the Monotype corporation and a director of several eng Lish companies. Sir Geoffrey is interested in Empire pre Ference and migration and will discuss these subjects with South australian authorities. The English political world is greatly interested in Empire preference he Saia. And is keen to know How the principles of Ottawa May be developed in the future . Hurrying Back to vote in . Hurrying Back to Sydney to Register his vote at the election of the new legislative Council in new South Wales major Gen. J. W. Mcarthur Onslow ., is a passenger in the Nar Kunda. Which berthed at outer Harbor today. He is retiring from political life after 26 years As a Mem Ber of the upper and lower houses in new South Wales. After having missed the first two ballots for the election of the new legislative Council he curtailed his vacation abroad in response to an Appeal to come Home and vote. Gen. Mcarthur Onslow said at outer Harbor today that in the Rural districts of Britain particularly in Scotland there was a great Deal of resentment . Mcarthur Onslow a. In. Against the dumping of australian Usu i in Britain. There has been some acrimonious Cor Respondence about it in the scotsman he said and probably More will be heard of it. I think the British Farmers have a Good Case because Australia is Export ing butter to Britain below Cost Price. Prince George with the approval of the King has accepted the portuguese government s invitation conveyed through the portuguese ambassador in London to pass through Angola portuguese East Africa on his Way Back to England from South Africa and to attend an official reception there says a wireless message from London. Interest in . Goods grows More enquiries each month Trade Hopes a marked increase in the number of enquiries from other states and overseas for South australian products is reported by the Adelaide chamber of Commerce. This month the number and variety have been greater to a and month this Vear. Ami each month this Vear has shown a Bis increase on the number for the Cor responding period of last Vear. Officials View this trend with the greatest satisfaction believing that the enquiries must Lead to Oreater business for the state a merchant who Aims to build up a big business in Java. Dutch East indies has written for information on a variety of lines including biscuits canned vegetables cheese butter milk Bacon sausages fruit Chutney. Tomato sauce meat extracts fresh fruits jams. Honey. And Cornflour. Other lines enquired for and the towns from which the enquiries emanated in clude apples. Paris and Bordeaux. France. Sausage Caslon is. Hamburg. Germany. Sheepskins. Malamet. France. High compress in Heads for tractors Burn ing producer Gas. Newcastle. . Yanca gum. Marseilles. France. Wheat and flour. Madras. India. A classe.3 of Chrome upper leather Box and Willow calf. Glace rid and lining leathers. Northampton. England. Apples and pears. Tel air Palestine. Gums. California. Army speeds up Indian Road work with an unlimited Supply of native tribesmen Road making in India if epee Dej up under army control. Major j. S. Lethbridge i Royal Engineer officer who was superintendent of construction in the Mohmand country w travelling to Sydney on furlough in the liner Nar Kunda which reached outer har Bor today. He said that in spite of a temperature of Between 104 and 110 degree. 21 Miles of Roadway be twp Dand Ami gha Lanai was built in 29 Days. British officer supervised the work of More than 6,000 tribesmen. The week s markets Adelaide Stock Exchange Gold shares better at close after Sharp fluctuations except for limited dealings in mls eel Vaneous industrials and australian consolidated Loans Gold dining shares have Leld the greater part of the attention of traders on the Stock Exchange of Ade Laide this week. After an irregular opening these shares eased gradually with the falling Price of Eold in the open British Market until on thursday there was a Rush of Selling which took values Down to the Lowe Levels for months. A Sharp recovery occurred yesterday however and this move ment was continued today when the Market closed firm. Prices for most of the principal Western australian stocks ate Down a Little on closing rates last saturday. Tie outstanding exception is lady Gladys contributing. These shares were in Strong demand today and the Price was taken up to 6/8, compared with 5/1 last saturday. Expectations of a phenomenal result from the crushing which will Start soon and the fact thai a dividend before Christmas is not improbable have created a very Strong tone Tor the Stock. Mount Morgan was one of the most fluctuating counters for the week. Alter dropping Down below 66/ they came Back following the hopeful tone in the chair mails address at the general meeting in Sydney and closed today with sales at 59/3 Only 3d. Below last saturday s level. Despite the announcement during the week that the company intended taking up new leases Princess Royal did not Nam As much As was expected in same quarters. The 2/ shares in the new Golden West mining n.l., a company Wirich hag been formed to acquire an option to Purchase the properties known As Sadie and turn of the tide at Kun nailing 20 Miles from Coolgardie were quoted on the Market this week at a Premium of 6d., but Tuey lost 2d. Of that in very list trading subsequently. Another wide fluctuation occurred in Ora Banda. Which were quoted at 3/ in the Middle of the week but which jumped to 4/2% today on a report from the mine which announced two ounce values Over a Width of 2 it. 6 in. Values for australian consolidated Loans have been anus Aily erratic from Day to Day due to no Concrete influences. Com pared with list saturdays closing rates they Are mostly firmer but the Long term issues today Are below the Levels they reached during the week. The feature of trading in investments was the Rise in pastorals following the Rood prices for Wool in australian and London sales. This ? is typified by elder Smith shares which have risen from �7 11/6 to �7 15/ Over the week. Lighting shares have been Active and Strong and brewing issues have maintained their Price Levels. Wilcox Mifflin Are outstanding in the industrials. Sales today at 11/3 followed a steady climb from last saturday s Price of 10/1. Broken Iii proprietary Are unchanged at 39/3, and Dunlop Perdriau Ordinary stand at 19/3. The Silver Lead Section has continued very quiet with the Market today a Shade easier compared with last saturday. Today s sales and quotations sales recorded today were australian consolidated Loans 3% , la2, new Issue. Sex interest �101 3%. 1 47. �102 10/ 4 , 1041, �103 4 , 1944, �1u4 15/ 4 , 1953. �105 5/. Debentures. Adelaide electric 6 no 1941, �115. , 30/ melb. Coop. Brewing 32/s . Brew. 35/6 h. Scarfe Ord., 3/5 do., pref., 14/3 Wilcox . 11/3. Silver Leao Zinc elec. Zinc Ord., 2/t Golo. Assoc Jaleil Noti Itron. 2/l a b. For Severance. 3/�vj, 3/10 m Enterprise 1/4 Gold options. �3 35/ granites devel., con., 1/4 great Boulder 10/11 Guinea Gold �6 lady Gladys con., 6/5, 6/6, 6/7, 6/9, 6/8. 6/7, 6/8 lady Gladys West con., 9d. Lake stars 31/4, 31/3 it. Morgan 5s/9, 58/ 5059/3 new Lle Loraine 2/5 n. Guinea Gold Fields 6/8 Norseman 12/9 do., fwd. 12/10 North Kal Central 1/7, 1/6 Ora Banda 4/1, 4/. 4/2, 4/2% . North Parl Nga 1/9 do., 3 m.b.o., l/9vi Phoenix 2/10, 2/lov.- Princess Boyal. 2/10, 2/10% renown fwd. 2/3. Unofficial sales. New venture. 2/10 Golden Stream �14. Quotations for some of the leading stocks today were investments. Elder Smith b. �7 15/, Goldsbrough Mort b. 29/11, s. 30/ broken Hill Gas s. 3/10 South australian Gas s. 22/8 Adelaide electric Ord., b. 3s/6 Adelaide steamship b. 25/7 Guinea air ways s. 38/9 . Brewing b. 35/, s. 36/3 Walkerville brewing b. 16/10, s. 17/3 general Holden pref., s. 20/9 Adelaide Cement Ord., b. 42/6 australian Glass Ord. B. 47/luvi. B 4s/ j/2. British tobacco Ord., b. 37/6 broken Hill proprietary b. 39/li, s. 39/6 Clarkson Ord., b. 12/9 Otisco fertilizers Ord., b. 16/8, s. 16/10 Dunlop Perdriau Ord., s. 19/4 general industries Ord., b. 9/4. S. 9/10 Gordon and Ord., b. 37/6. Harris Scarfe Ord., s. 3/5 Hume pipe. S. 13/s Lincoln Lills pref., b. 27/3 slyer melb Ord., s. 30/ nestles pref., s. 34/6 Wallaroo fertilisers b. 21/5 Wilcox Mon in b. 11/2, s. 11/4. Mining. A. Lyell b. 22/1. S. 22/t amal i mated Zinc b. 9/10, s 10/2 electro Lytic Zinc. B. 26/6, s. 26/8 North broken Fiill b. 8c/, s. 87/ broken Hill South b. U3/u, s. I Sulphide corporation Ord., b. A to s. 9/10 Zinc corporation Ord., b. 35/7j, s. 36/. Gold. Associated new b. 5/5, s. 5/7 associated Northern b. 2/4, s. 2/5 Anglo aus Lealun. B. 5/7, s. 5/jj Boulder Perse Verance b. 3/104, s. 3/11 Golden Horseshoe b. 4/101, s. 5/1 great Boulder b. 10/11, d. 11/. Guinea Gold s. �6 lady Gladys con., b. 6/7 Lake View and Star b. 31/li, s. 31/3 Lanc Eneld b. 5/2i, s. 5/5 it. Coolon b. 8/6, s. 8/9 it. Morgan b. 5m/, s. 59/3. New Deloraine b. 2/4 a s. 2/5 a new Guinea Gol Nelds b. 6/7. S. 6/s? Norseman b. 12/s, s. 13/ North Kal Gurli b. 14/11, s. 15/3 North Kal Gurli Central b. 1/5j, s. 1/8 Ora Banda b. 4/3, s. 4/5. Ora Banda Consols b. 1/9, s. 1/9 i Phoenix b. 2/9h. S. 2/10j Princess Boyal b. 2/10, s. 2/11 sons of Gwalia b 39/3, s. 40/ , s. A i Wilna b. 62/3, s. 63/9. Melbourne change Small movements in investment shares Melbourne. Saturday. Fluctuations in prices of investments on the Stork exc Kaupp of Melbourne this week wore Uia inv Small. Evidence of a be atonal easiness in prices Ivas Eun piled in some instances but lie acceptance of Concession Fiir ures or Small hold its. I the dict sri of Vett liner Down after the slight Ilis turban of caused last week by the diver Sion of into the new loan of 10 millions for Commonwealth Bonds developed an iric sular tone. Flip v eld on the 4 Der cent Irro up Tod ii. However. �3 12/9 Ner font. Is Dot far out of who with the effective vivid --1 �3 v2 5 i or tent per annul Al As a on Are Semmion Olie Rej by the new Bonds. Last Sii Iii Dav it was �3 12 6 per cent. Turnover Tor the was �s5.000. Com pared with last pc a. General Iii sri tin maintained a Fiteny tone with Nar Row. I issues offer inc � com u ii i in a i tilt i int-jit.t Iii com. Or in Rowil i in Tiivi if Fossil ?i3 in View of the barter in Outlook con timid to attract i Wuerfl at list her rates. Finn for tobit i in and . Imparted i Kuor ton., to -.amuraliftis. is in i Sullins Aud brewing companies were marked up be cause of the likelihood of a Trood Export Market in America with the expected re Deal of prohibition in that country next month. Leak Levels however. Were not maintained. I Tut Alu Atlon of cold shares show Little Ift Cre be in Many instances to Hie ultimate re urn to shareholders by Way of dividends and rein lying capital but Are it the mercy of awful alive influences Tif a constantly changing nature it Ciumo he said that the steady All in tie London Price of Gold with the Ion of the Dollar was a Lilly responsible for the easier tendency of flit Markol Jivis week. A car re Factor is prov hid by the disappointment if he Bull speculators at lilt of important in a development on Seu ral victorian Fields. Many persons too Haw a Emma discouraged by tie Ion terms of Call Ivrah poor pros eels of ultimate Reward. The main feature of trading was tit soiling of 17,000 Hercules shans fron to � his amur Day in s.-. A Lii Vidi a 1 ind Ziack t. 25/ this m Infin. Tin piih.iiir n aint Isui a steady tone i sli.intie f in her head Way is in s lil.-Iiiv libel made for so re holders and the iia a in n i l ? ill Iii Al Mei Iii hat Lien i Iii sit Ion of .1 pop by a Iii his be ii us it would add 3 in ast 16 to the life of the i Yhu tiny. Bad errors by Hitler paying heavily for jew persecution in practically every part of the world Germany is paying heavily for her persecution of the jews said or. G. K Gregson. Managing director of Hardie trading pay. Ltd. Melbourne on his armr. G. K. Gregson. Region rival at Harbor in the Nai Kunda to Day. Accompanied by mrs. G reason he u returning after a i extended tour of England. America and the continent. I was Ete atly impressed by Germany and the germans under Hitler said or. Gregson. Hitler s regime is in Many respects All to the Good because before he came Toto Power the Only alternative seemed to be a form of soviet control. But he has made bad mistakes the worst being the persecution of the jews. I know that jewish business houses � l Over the world have transferred to Britain business which they formerly transact d with Germany. Britain is benefiting meter ally As a result of Hitler s Altitude toward the jews speaking of conditions in America. Or. Gregson said that the issues raised by Imp Roosevelt plan of reconstruction were Many and complicated. Even those responsible for the plan probably had no Verv Clear Conception of the final result. Business conditions in the United King Dom were much sounder than probably anywhere else in the world. Great drives in the reorganisation of Many trades had taken place and full Ivan tags was being taken of the Tariff and numerous Trade treaties with other coun tries. Woman who climbed Himalayas and visited Tibet one of the few White women who climbed 20.000 it. Up the Himalayas an penetrated into forbidden Liliet is mrs. John Lethbridge. A passenger in the Nar Kunda which berthed at outer Harbo today. She and her husband and her 20 months old baby Nemone. Are travel Ling to new zealand for two month fishing. Major Lethbridge is on furl Otilli from the Royal engineers. He is stationed at Woorkee. In the United pro Vinces. Ottawa no Benefit to shipping owner s views on Industry mail special representative lox Dox saturday. Lord Essen an chairman of Furness & co., Ltd., am 30 other shipping and insurance com zanies speaking at a ship brokers dinner at Liverpool said that Chipping within the Empire had not benefited by the Ottawa agreements. Shipping outside Rue pm. Pile had been seriously by the Ottawa restrictions duties and quotas. I on top of this he raid Exchange diff Multics made the shipping Trade an undesirable Gamble. He was of the opinion that reservation of Empire Trade to Bri ? he up would not solve the diff Multi j shipowners stood to lose More than they might gain by it. He did not believe that under Normal conditions France and Italy who were each subsidising 2% million tone of ship Ping would ruin the Industry subs diet a added were so uneconomical Index Trava Gant that they would break Down under their own weight. If that did not 1-Appen and subsidies were extended Bri Tieh subsidies would be necessary if inter National Trade did not improve. Tramp proposal recommendations of the tramp Ete Avn slip committees will be submitted to the chamber of ship nine on december 7. These 6u West that countries with which Britain has an Adverse Trade balance should be obliged to use British shins to redress it. Also that Only British ships should be engaged Between British and emn Irp ports. Until to lies suggestions Are implemented it in suggested that the government should errant a subsidy of 1 v a ton when ships Are in commission and 5/ a ton when Laid us. It is expected that the chamber will accent the non opals. Which will Immy Diatel be placed before the government. The Large number of British shins id e. And thousands of officers and seamen who Are Uno Milored. Have moved Ehin owners to Eek government assistance. The re commendations a Bop Are the result of deliberations by special committees which investigated the position Las Palmas saturday. Col. C. Lindbergh the noted american flier and his wife have arrived at the Canary islands in their flying boat from the azores. World markets Uncertain ? i Wool still Bright feature traders on world commodity markets again moved doubtfully during the week because of the clouded Outlook resulting from the american and French currency advices today indicated How Ever that the american National sent. Meet for sound Money was growing and this resulted paradoxically in commodity and share prices hardening. Recently inflationary measures and Rumos of devaluation on the Dollar have been the signal for higher prices on ail America markets while Price Levels have recede when it has appeared that Van Antii Fla zionists would hold 6 Way. The markets Are speculating about the probable future of the franc the Leader of the currencies nominally Bas a on roil. Despite political exigencies Ile franc is Likely to remain on the old Standard until France Meetta difficulties in Redesiu in heavy Short term debts which fall due Early next year. Values moving up Wool has at Ain proved the exception among raw materials. Australian markets have been Arm Wii ii values moving in Sellers favor while the opening of the London Wool sales previously a weakening Factor this season cleared away any lingering doubt about tiie strength of the demand for tile Staple. It is difficult to recall a time when offerings of Wool have cleared so steadily through the machinery of the manufacturing centres. Order Siu hand ensure tie continuance for at least several months of the activity in the Wool Market tie relative cheapness of crossbred wools is creating a wider demand for the Les Fine descriptions. The shrewdest buyers consider that the advancing values have not reached their British consumption combined with recently enhanced activity in French an German Mills and the world clip shortage ensure the soundness of present Price level the Rise in prices of Wool in South America is also regarded As a i.�-Liiint Inion. There is some Yorkshire criticism of a ten Dency in Australia to impose Reserve prices which Are not justified but the Haunost Tola clearances under the Hammer at australian sales is an adequate Reuy to this the wheat is sail Uncertain but quotations packed up a. A Bushel on the Adelide Market during tile week better Enuujeairo-ni the tast and anticipated smaller outputs rom both North and South America Lent a hardening ten Eucy to overseas Exchange sure to the tendency to buy commodities rather than retain currency Likely to be Dep cited Copper on spot 1/3 and Lead efm.? a to Slater pm i a however def o/3 and i l 5/ for spot respectively fears High Wool prices won t hold that the birth Wool Erie be would not hold Lor Long was the opinion expressed today by ill. A. Daile a French Wool Buver. Who is travelling to Sidney in the lie said that costs in France had risen nearly j per cent on the figures of Las Vear. And the Industry could not meet the High charges. Although Wool was hems used More extensively increased manufacturing charges would have a Eliot if effect on the Safe of Woollen coeds ?

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