Armidale Express And New England General Advertiser Newspaper Archives Jun 23 1930, Page 1

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Armidale Express and New England General Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 23, 1930, Armidale, New South Wales Harvey Bros. Wristlet watches Are sure to please. Prices so keen Ore the prices quoted hereunder for the various departments of f. Braund co. Ltd that you simply cannot afford to Mitt them. Drapery department. Hot water bags 12 months Guaran ttt�?5/6 each. Tea Coreys in Floral sateen�?1/9 cushions Floral sateen 2/3 each. 6x5 Kapok quilts Well filled and covered with Dow proof Cambric �?14/11 each. Pretty bordered curtain nets at 1/3 Yard. A big Range of striped Flannelette at 9d Yard. Heavy All Wool single bed blankets �?25/ pair. Dress department. A big Range of Cotton tweeds to Clear 1/11 Yard. Double Width Woollen Repp at 4/-11 Yard. Black and White Cotton Tweed at 1/11 Yard. Every wanted Shade of dress flannel �?4/11 Yard. 54in. Heavy tweeds reduced from 9/11 to 4/11 Yard. Clothing department. Men s flannel unders natural and dark Grey men s and . Impressive Price 4/11. Men s Flannelette pyjamas neat Pat terns s. Men s to x.. Medium weight. Impressive Price 5/6. Men s Flannelette working shirts heavy weight All sizes dark Pat terns. Impressive Price 7/11. Special line men s sweater Coats Grey Navy Blue and Heather All Good sizes. Sirj Presslye Price 10/6. Men s heavy ribbed a & suitable for i heavy boots in shades of " Grey to Dirac Heather All sizes , 1/11. Special Tihe boys Golf Hose in Grey Shade Only sizes from 4 s to 10 s. Impressive Price 1/11and 2/6 pair. Boys Flannelette pyjamas suitable for boys 4 to 12 years two piece. Impressive Price 4/11 pair. Stationery depart ment. 5 packets of duplex opaque Enve Lopes for 1/. Real Linen envelopes in shades of Blue mauve nut Brown Dove Grey and Cream at 5d per packet. Super Quality paper writing pads at 6d each. 200 Sheet Pua Ity paper writing pads at a each. Smooth Ivory paper writing pads at 1/ each. Coloured real Linen writing blocks at 1/ each. Linen compendiums containing As sorted coloured envelopes and paper�?1/ each. Special note books id 3d, 6d each special Low priced exercise books from 3d. Showroom special bargains. Ladies a woo australian made singlets Long sleeves a 6/11, 7/11. Ladies All Wool australian made bloomers�?8/11 and 9/11. Fleecy bloomers at 5/11 pair j Winc Eyette bloomers at 2/11 pair. Floral lingerie Winc Eyette pyjamas at 11/� suit. Floral lingerie Winc Eyette nights at 8/11 each. Hand made Hufl-me-tlghts�?11/6. Each. Heavy Coats and smart hats at clearance prices. Watch for the special bargain tables in the drapery and clothing departments every tues a and saturday. Ohe trial of Braund s Golden motto Tea and you will become a per manent user of it. The Price is l /9 per lb., or 51b. Tin for 8/6. Ray f a f. Braund co. T Ltd. A importers resent slap dash Tariff High Tariff importers to fight. Scullin government attacked. Sydney monday. The association of importers has announced that an organised fight against the Scullin govern ment s High Tariff policy will be staged. A the statement issued said no doubt some increased duties and super tax were necessary but not on the slap dash holds Bolus scale without any consideration to individual sections and items. A Large majority of importing i businesses Are owned and Conti rolled by australians who have invested their capital and spent the Best years of their life in building up these organisations. No government should have the right to destroy practically overnight organisations that have taken years to build up. More unemployment. As result of revised Tariff. Increase in freights Likely. Rudnev. I oudh v. Or. James Meabon president of the Tariff Reform association Sayrs that the outstanding effect of the Rovier de Tariff trill he a tremendous addition to the Racks of the unemployed in Syd Ney. Those vitally and immediately affected would he wharf-1 borers Coal trimmers. Customs House agents clerks Carters dockers ship painters shipping pro Ridore Larbour Trust officials. And All subsidiary interests along the water front he added that with decreased cargoes there would be a failing off in shipping which intern would mean a lessening of Competition to carry our primary products a err seas and the regular shipping line would be. Able to increase freights. Ii a i a of wreck report Fri m inter state Steamer. Sydney monday. According to a wireless message be Cei Ved in Sydney last night a. Object resembling the Mast of a vessel with stays attached was sighted off the victorian coast near the Cape Everard Lighthouse by the inter state Steamer Marana the Captain of which stated that the wreckage was dangerous to navigation. Sentenced to death. Judge and three attorneys. Moscow sunday. The Tass Agency announces that the court at Usbeck Stan sentenced to death judge Kassimos and three attorneys on a charge of corrupting and having Contact with counter revolutionary elements. Three former Jud Ges were sentenced to ten years imprisonment. Drastic action. By British Cane cutters. Sydney monday at a meeting of Cane cutters at of members j of the a.w.u., a Resolution was unania j Mously carried that there be no sign j ing on and no Cane harvested in j Kalmia area until the Farmers agree to employ 90 per cent. British born in Cane cutting and in the Field this is the most drastic action yet taken and Aims at the exclusion net Only of foreigners but of naturalised Southern europeans. Safe Breakers Dis Turbed. Policeman s vigilance. Sydney. Monday. While a Constable was passing the Regent picture theatre in the City yesterday afternoon he noticed a heavy brass Staple had been broken off the Side door. It on investigating he heard a noise which however Sud Denly ceased. A. Search of the pre i raises revealed that an attempt had i been made to steal �1250 from the safe.? 1 but the intruders were apparently Pis Turbed. The markets. Produce. Sydney monday. Potatoes tasmanian 7/6 to 9/6, victorian 7/6 to 8/ eggs new Laid 2/, Case 1/8 butter 184/6 Maize 5/3 to 5/6 Oats 3/3 to 4/2 onions 7/3 to 7/6 chaff wheaten 7/3 to 7/9, oaten 7/6 to 8/. Lucerne 7/ to 9/6, Hay oaten 6/ to 8/, Lucerne Small Bales 6/9 to 9/6, Large 3/6 to 5/6 wheat 3/10 to 4/11. Second test Jackson Ponsford dec australian selectors worried. From the . Representative at Manchester. London. Sandav. Whether to omit Ponsford or Jackson in the second test must be the question worrying the australian selectors whose task is made More difficult by the Extension of the list of casualties. There is at present an absence of a reliable opening partnership. Wood full s Choice at lord s on Friday night might be Fairfax whose Rock like de Fence proved his ability to stay in tight Comers recommends Hin Des Pite the fact that he has not yet made a big score in England. If Fairfax opens the innings it would mean the presence of Jackson or Ponsford in no. 6 position thus greatly reinforcing the Tail and lending it Powers of run get Ting. Which would apply if the went in his customary Posi Tion. A Beckett s presence As a batsman and Bowler would doubtless be welcomed but the shortage of match prac Tice will probably Rule him out even j if he recovers from the injury , i though Homebrook has not distinguished himself lately pm rely owing to Strain it is not Safe to omit him be cause he is the most dangerous Bowler of the Side on a suitable wicket. It looks at present As if Jackson will be included and Ponsford a Beckett. Hurwood and Walker omitted. 1 races postponed. I Victoria Park and 4 1.me Nangle. L Sydney monday the Victoria Park Pony Nee Singhas again been str to Porsow owing to unfavourable Wear heat a the f mangle meeting set Down for la cd to Bro a said that he did not anticipate any disturbances on the part of employees., he added that there were Between 30,000 and 40,000 carcases of Mutton in Vari cold stores in Sydney. This was sufficient to last a fortnight. 48 hours week. Introduced in. Sydney. Sydney monday. It was stated in to Day that the conciliation commit tee could not intervene in the dispute because the Law lays Down very clearly that the working hours must be 48, and employers were justified in Mak ing a change in conditions. The forty eight hours week was adopted in All City shops to Day. About 30,000 shop assistants Are affected natives Story. Of Oil in Central Australia. Expedition sets out. Kalgoorlie monday. A Well equipped expedition left a Nona to Prospect in the Warburton ranges for minerals oils and pastoral land. They will thoroughly investigate the truth of the natives state ment that oily fluid exudes from the rocks and hurts into flames if a fire stick is applied to it in the aur Ferous Belt in the ranges. Military veterans. Restoration of superannuation rights refused. Sydney monday. The minister for defence replying to a deputation of military veterans i who were in the defence forces before federation requesting the restoration of their superannuation rights said that he was unable to reverse the decision of the previous ministers who had refused the request. By special arrangement Reuter s world service in addition to other special sources of information is used a in the Complton. Of the overseas intelligence published in this Issue and ail rights therein in Australia and new zealand Are reserved. Still going Strong at ladies Felt hats in Henderson s famous make. " j usual Price 18/11 21/, 27/6. All to Clear at 9/11 a. I 4/ in a Oft All ladies maids and girls rain Coats. / 4/ in a off All ladies frocks Coats furs and cardigans. See m bargains m our we tools. They Are absolutely Gennine. 1 1 a. Rings my Nink a. T. Neil s. Four really Good sewage machines offered at. Bargain pres. J or will pay you a Foo Meliji a wonderful Range to select from. Another big consign Meaton by Jet fake. 1. T our speciality i a i a i t j Castor easy terms. Do not fail to Par t visit to a. T. Neil s Dangar Street. 1

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