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PRINCES IN CHILI Visit Palace and British Store SANTIAGO (Chili), February 24. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 25 February 1931
PRINCES IN CHILI Visit Palace and British Store SANTIAGO (Chili), February 24. The Prince of Wales and Prince George called at the Presidential palace yesterday to return the visit of President Ibanez, Later visited they the Santiago branch of a big London department store. They took a been mterest fbe detaas ot ite chse_i business. * FLIGHT'TO CAPITAL VALPARAISO, February 23. The Prince of Wales and his younger b£^? J^^J-J^jJSll*?* **** and were cheered by thousands, who lined the streets ; through which they drove. They were entertained at the President's summer palace, The two Princes will remain here nve days ?before continuing their journey to Buenos Ayres, where the Prince of Wales will open the British *"* exposmon-
STUDYING CRIMINALS Haw Psychology Explains Aberration [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 25 February 1931
STUDYING CRIMINALS Haw Psychology Explains Aberration In a lecture to members of the Ade- laide Practical Psychology Society at the A.N.A. Building last night, the Rev. Norman Crawford explained how tte stags- of psychology in relation to tte tew bad helped an understanding "t bes shown that in many cri minals the cause of the crime has been cam doe to tbeir mental history than to deliberate badness." the lecturer said. F^fftoiogr Had many applications, be added. Bar instance, some firms qitpfcmal a psychologist to study the ?**????? of fatigue, the simplification of KpesSed action, boors of labor, and each factors as lien ting and floor space. BBgtiesexs were thus shown how best resaas were to be obtained from lit. Ckaarford explained now Freud's ?Xt bad opened up new vistas in the ns2at of mental abnormality, and dealt briefly -KiSi many fields of ap piaraann
PUBLIC SERVICE ARBITRATOR Postal Official Appointed Melbourne, February 24. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 25 February 1931
PUBLIC SERVICE ARBITRATOR Postal Official Appointed Melbourne, February 24. The Federal Ministry has decided, after many months, to fill the vacancy caused by the retirement of Mr. Atlee Hunt from the position of Common- wealth Public Service Arbitrator. The position was offered to-day to tbe De puty Director of Posts and Telegraphs in Victoria (Mr. J. C. Westhoven), and he accepted it. The Federal Attorney-General (Mr. Brennan) announced to-day that Mr. Westhoven would be appointed for the statutory period of seven years at the statutory salary o* £2,000. Where You Were Shade of Sir Otto Niemeyer:—So you're back to August after a lot of unnecessary suffering. (The Prime Minister end Treasurer hare come back to the banks for a joint iimiw to writ industry). '
PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 25 February 1931
PERSONAL Representatives of the Adelaide Chamber of Commerce to attend the twenty-seventh annual conference of the Associated Chambers, which Will open in Melbourne on MiwTi 16, will be Messrs. G. j. Cowie (president), Jtor man H. Taylor (vice-president), A. A, Simpson, C.M.G, E. W. Wnirtori anti c. Harding Browne. The *?? 3- G- ???**? who becamfc President, of the Methodist Conference ' _m^h_^^hm yesterday, is a MPSl|j|Bl C? r n*shman. fif^' * Born at Penzance mf 3|liii m he came ft "I^tIIHF *? Ausfr'alia when 8 vSB&Sk *welve years old. ML*** a|siS|HMM c was onkilned 8s 4_H_BHk to the ministry in mk ,ZSBKBbS 1^92- an(i in "a* Hk ~'';2g3H§HF year became the Bmk flMiy first Methodist Bh?L^BP^^ _( minister to Ren- BBb^JIJHH P6"03 in Western -. yHH^H Australia, where SBHRiHIBIH be became Presi- Rj _ , r ?„„?„ dent of Con ***? J- G- Jenkin ference in 1813 he returned to South Australia. Since 6,? 85 *** minister of?? Krie s*lB6l oiurch. E. a. Chamberlain, the Crovfn Prosecutor, ...
TO AUSTRALIA AND BACK TO ENGLAND Record Flight to be Attempted Sydney, February 24. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 25 February 1931
TO AUSTRALIA AND BACK TO ENGLAND Record Flight to be Attempted Sydney, February 24. Messrs, C.C, Wakefield & Co., Limi- ted, have received a cable message stating that Mr. Neville Stack Will at- tempt a record flight form England to [ Australia and back, early in April. He will use a Vickers machine, fitted with a Napier-Lion engine. In 1927, Mr. Stack flew, from Eng land to India &lt;5,500 miles), and later flew solo from England to Berlin (620 miles) in less fhq" five hours.
WHEN BRITAIN TURNED AEROPLANES DOWN War Office was Sceptical 25 Years Ago EARLY HISTORY [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 25 February 1931
WHEN BRITAIN TURNED AEROPLANES DOWN War Office was Sceptical 25 Years Ago EARLY HISTORY The trial of the new air fighter. SSIS, which carries six gnus and has down with a full load at 194 [?] an hour, has to be compared vKfc air achievements of yesterday ffcr Ms ?mttli. to be folly appre- Only a yean: aeo. ttie British War Office was officially sceptical about 11 w Janes being of use in war. Lord ?r.fct?Ti? then War Minisier, ended BegaUaUons with the Wright brothers by dedarine that "the War Office is not disposed to enter into relations at lacseni with any manufacturer at aero manes." Bat and Bird The French military authorities were a* first to give practical encourage- Htent to aeronautics with an eye to war developments. The story of Ader"s early flying experiments, which were n,mnnm% by the French War Office. contain one of the most fascinating ?wstate. ol aeronautics. Was the Avion the Rrst machine to fly, or did it merely Rtve. as the official record shows ii few e>">~...
HOW MELBA ONCE STOPPED FIRE PANIC Knocked Hysterical Conductor Senseless WORLD'S TRIBUTES LONDON, February 23. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 25 February 1931
HOW MELBA ONCE STOPPED FIRE PANIC Knocked Hysterical Conductor Senseless WORLD'S TRIBUTES LONDON, February 23. Among the magnificent tri- butes paid in all the news- papers to-day to the late Dame Nellie Melba, the "Evening Standard" describes an out standing incident which illu strates the strength of the Prima Donna's personality and her wonderful nerve. The newspaper tells how, during a performance of "Lucia" in America, the theatre caught fire. Amid the screams and panic that en sued. Melba stopped In the middle of her song to assure the audience that there was no danger, although there really was. The audience quietened down until the conduc tor started to niimii on to the stage, shouting excitedly. Melba leaned forward and gave the conductor a resounding crack on the head. He fell back sense less and there was no more panic. Sir Landon Ronald will broadcast to morrow bis appreciation of the great singer. The "Standard" says it is strange that-the queen of song (Melba) and the ...
BOY BROWNED AT PORT Three-Hour Search for Body [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 25 February 1931
BOY BROWNED AT PORT Three-Hour Search for Body Reginald Charles Labram (14), of High-street, Queenstown, was missed by two companions while swimming at the old Port last night, After a three- hours' search his body was found lying in shallow water. It is believed that he could not swim. About -7 pjn. liabram left the home of Mr. H. George, with whom he lived, and with another youth named Kirk wood and a man named Britten vent to the old Port for a. swim. About 8 pjn. Britten and Kirkwood left the water and waited for Laber bam, who had wandered away from them, to come out. After some minutes they went back into the water, but could find no sign of the missing boy. A search on the bank revealed that his clothes were still where he had left them. The two then made their way back to the home of Mr. George to enquire whether Labrara had re turned, and finding that he had not, they returned to the swimming place with Mr. George and several men to continue the search. Mr. Philip Mazey, ca...
ANOTHER HOT DAY FORECAST Cool Change on Way 96.4 DEGREES YESTERDAY [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 25 February 1931
ANOTHER HOT DAY FORECAST Cool Change on Way 96.4 DEGREES YESTERDAY Summer made another of its rare appearances yesterday. Prom a shade reading of 66.2 degrees at 6 a.m. the temperature rose steadily until it reached 91 degrees at 10 o'clock. It was 95 degrees at noon and 96.4, the highest reading for the day, an hour WEATHER FORECAST Fine and hot. with northerly winds; but cool southerly change later in the far -west and gradually extending eastward, with some showers. later, rt fell to 93 degrees by 2 pm, and was down to 91 degrees by 4 o'clock. The hourly readings from 6 a.m. to 8 pjn. were:— 6 a.m. .. .. 66.2 2 pm. .. .. 93.0 7 ajn. .. .. 71.7 3 p.m. .. .. 91.7 8 a.m. .. .. 80.2 4 pjn. .. „ 91.0 9 ajn. .. .. 865 5 pjn. .. .. 9C.0 10 am .. .. 9LO 6 p.m. .. .. 885 11 p*n. .. .. 92.7 7 pjn. .. .. 83JC Noon 950 8 pjn. .. .. 785 1 pjn. .. .. 98.4 Change Approaching The Government Meteorologist re ported last night:—Fine and warm to hot weather prevailed throughout South Australia to-d...
Out among the people [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 25 February 1931
Out among the people ON Sunday afternoon, I saw pass at Short intervals in King william- street, a beautiful grey pony in run- about, a pair of chesnut ponies in a luncheon yesterday, I mentioned this as a. sign of the times to Mr. L M. Darby, we all call him Tom, the chair man, and Sid Ayers, a member of the horse committee of the Royal Agricul tural Society. The former said, "There is no doubt the heavy horse is coming back. I don't think the light house wilL People can get about so much more quickly in motor cars." Sid. Ayers said, "Well, you would be sur prised at the number of people around Clare, who have put their cars away and are doing their running about with horses." "The pity of it," said Tom ijarby, is that the young people, gene rally speaking—of course, there are ex ceptions—have lost their love for the horse. Their minds are on motors." Cheaper Football FBANK^Jow, the secretary of the -"- SoutH Australian Football League and I have been friends for 40 years. So it wa...
SCENIC BEAUTIES OF THE ANTARCTIC Chains of Rocky Peaks VOYAGE OF THE DISCOVERY [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 25 February 1931
SCENIC BEAUTIES OF THE ANTARCTIC Chains of Rocky Peaks VOYAGE OF THE DISCOVERY twy K. Obi twi? navy 14, in rising wind, we ?ii?mni atoEg a magnificent sketch of mountainous coast, states the report. Hens, high-peaked ranees extend from ti*e coast in a south-westerly direction, tod-ng from, sigh- in the distant hinter- JuhL These ?"i?ins of rocky peaks rear themst^ves nigh above the island, which trod sea level on the coast, rises to greet heights in the interior, submeig si£ all less elevated topographical features. From a 6cenic standpoint this portion of Mac?obertson land is cer ?inir oek of the most attractive sec tions ol Utt Antarctic continent. Dangerous Reefs &lt; Oar attention was soon diverted from ess .scrskmg scenery by the discovery ihst :he Soar of the off-lying seas was esskordinanlj uneven, repeatedly rf^iing from great depths to dangerous sabaereed reefs. The ship bad to pn>- Exess wiih the greatest caution. Break ing seas gave warning cf some of the dange...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 25 February 1931
LATE ADVERTISEMENTS Board and Besldence Vacant A T iTnsmore, exceptionally good Baud offend xl lady, gent, or married couple yieleued. garage; mo delate.— "X," this office. AT 77, Anga&atreet, City, Doable Fanillhed . Boom and Kitchenette.—Phone C. 722 C. A SINGLE Famished Boom, use kitchen*—l 67 GJlies-street. city. Seasonable rent. £1, dainty Fumisaed Flat, free light, garage. —38. Aleiandia-aveaoe. Hose Park. K FIXED Board and fiesidence. two Jaige doable rooms vacant; phone, gauge, mode rate tariff.—B, Jafirey-ct., Earlmide. TWO Friends, either sex, chare front loom, cony.; cSeap.—2?6, Flinden-st. Board and Residence Wanted WANTED. FnmlAed Boom, City. 5/ ?***, by young man.—"Central." this office. Lost and Found LOST at Stirling. Bomid Cairngorm Brooch, 1 Bet in gold; reward. Telepnrae eroding ?8. LOST, Glenelg Jetty, pair Spectacles; reward. —Mrs. Freebairo, 18, Sussex-street, Glewlg. Persons Wanted WANTED, Boys, Fruit Hawldng, 8 o'clock*— —11. Louise-street. City. YOUN...
WHEATGROWERS' CONFERENCE S.A. Delegates Leave for Melbourne [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 25 February 1931
WHEATGROWERS' CONFERENCE S.A. Delegates Leave for Melbourne An inter-State conference of wheat- growers will be opened in Melbourne to-morrow, at which matters in con- nection with the future of the industry will be discussed. In some quarters it is desired that a bonus be distributed on last season's production, and a price fixed for next year's crop. The conference will also endeavor to impress on. the Federal Government the urgent necessity for arranging financial assistance for necessitous farmers to enable them to put in this year's crop. Messrs. H. G. Hawkins, chairman of directors, S.A. Farmers' Union, R. D. Nicholls, EP, and J. Lyons. MJ?., left Adelaide yesterday to attend the conference, and it is under stood that several other delegates are ?already in Melbourne. ?
INCREASED PRICE OF OIL USERS TO BE CHARGED EXTRA [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 25 February 1931
INCREASED PRICE OF OIL USERS TO BE CHARGED EXTRA At a special meeting of the executive of the South Australian Chamber of Automobile Services, held yesterday morning it was decided to recommend to members of the chamber, including garage and service station proprietors, to raise the retail price of their oil by 6d. a gallon to correspond with the in crease made by the oil companies. It was pointed out that the trade had done everything possible to cut down the burdens imposed on the motoring community, but the latest increase was more than they could be expected t&lt;" carry.
The Advertiser and Register ADELAIDE: WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 25, 1931. NEW HOPE FOR FARMERS [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 25 February 1931
The Advertiser and Register ADELAIDE: WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 25, 1931. NEW HOPE FOR FARMERS The publication of the details of the Hill Government's scheme to assist dis- tressed farmers, will Inevitably produce a changed outlook among the rural population of'South Australia. The feeling in tHe country districts has not unreasonably been one of despair, even in this State; for, rational and^ympa thetic as has been the attitude or the State Government towards the far mers, the Federal caucus, repeatedly inviting the wheatgrower to put his faith in politicians, has betrayed him with unfailing regularity. For the vic tims of this succession of bitter disap pointments, Mr. Hill is genuinely de termined to provide an experience of another kind. His scheme is timely, even in the sense that it could not have been delayed for many days longer without being belated; and it is in tended to be applied to the relief of those whose need is greatest, and who have hitHerto had the least considera tion...
RIVER LEVELS [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 25 February 1931
RIVER LEVELS Flood or Height Change Critical at 8 In 2.1 Stage, ftjn. hours ft. In. ft. In. ft. la Yetmsn....... — 4 8 fl IF Munglndl 22 O 3 4 0 IF Mogll .. .. .. ?? 20 0 Low — Namol .. .. .... 23 0 Low — Barwon .. ? 32 fl 3 9 0 IF Brewarrlna ...... 25 0 3 4 S. GoodooEa .. .. .. 10 0 Low — Bourke .. .. .. .. 41 6 I/>w — Louth .. .. .... 38 0 Lour — Tilpa .. .. .... 39 0 Low — WUcannla 30 0 Low — Menlndle ...... 20 0. 2 6 §? Pooncarie ...... 23 0 010 0 IF. Wcntwcrth 22 0 10 4 0 IF. Gundagal ...... 23 6 S 4 O IF. Wasga ........ 20 0 3 8 S. Hay 20 0 N5. — Balranald 16 0 1 11 0 IF. DenlUquln ...... 26 O 19' 6. Moulameln ...... IS 6 2 4 0 mf Albury 14 0 3 3 Echuca ........ 29 O 4 0 1 IF. Euston 32 0 5 4 0 2F. Renmark 26 O 18 4 0 2F. Morgan 17 9 10 S S. Upper Lock — 10 fl 8. Lower Lock — 4 6 6. B, Else.; F.. Fall.; NB. No record; c CtuHnnanf Louth
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 25 February 1931
S. C. WARD & CO., STOCK, SHARE, AND INVESTMENT BROKERS 30, Grenfell-street, Adelaide. PH277t Shipping Notes and Notices ORIFNT I INF \/IVlLdll ?-?aX11-i BGYAL MAIL STEAMERS TO LONDON, -tt : ~ — ? ? ? ? - ? Steamer. Tods. Commander. Sails. lorS.*" IS-SSS h?? S—S" l££iii "oSpord SS'SSS'aS n ? /nrilli ?ORFURD 20.000 A. L. Owgt Apnlie ?Calling at Hobsrt en routo to Melbourne and at Southampton instead of Plymouth. FAKES—ADELAIDE TO LONDON. FIRST SALOOX—Sincle. from £96. Return, from £106. THIHD CLASS—KiwIe. from £38. EXCURSIO^VrcE'fIox" 8- Fin* and Third Class Tickets are now Evailable for S6 days, which inc'.udes 27 days at Boa. and are interchangeable with the P. & O. Company. FAKES—Firs: Saloon, £61 Return. Third Class. £30 Befjn.. All paaase money paid in Australia fa subject to the addition of Exchange on lionaon. U. G. ANDERSON- & CO- AgenU. 8. Kinc William-Etreet. Telephone C. 8300. a & r ?T^* (X V^? only). London ?ia Colombo Port Said. Ualta. aiiq...