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LOWN COUNCIL WILL MR. LANG ATTEND? TUESDAY'S IMPORTANT MEETING Melbourne, January 7. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 9 January 1931
TOWN COUNCIL WILL MR. LANG ATTEND? TUESDAY'S IMPORTANT MEETING Melbourne, January 7. Efforts are being made by the members of the Loan Council to induce the Premier of New South Wales (Mr. Lang) to alter his de- cision not to attend the meeting of &nbsp; the Council in Melbourne on Tues- &nbsp; day. &nbsp; The Acting Federal Treasurer (Mr. Lyons) said to-day that Mr. Lang had &nbsp; been reminded, since this refusal, of the matters that were to be considered by the Loan Council. These matters &nbsp; included the issue of £1,500,000 in short-dated Commonwealth Treasury &nbsp; bills to assist New South Wales, and it was necessary that the Loan Council should approve of the issue. Mr. Lyons &nbsp; declined to say if the issue for New South Wales would be discussed in the &nbsp; absence of Mr. Lang. Mr. Fenton said to-day that the &nbsp; date of the first Cabinet meeting after &nbsp; Mr. Scullin's return had...
CARTERS AND DRIVERS [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 9 January 1931
CARTERS AND DRIVERS At the meeting of the Adelaide sub- branch of the Carters and Drivers' Union, Mr. F. Innes occupied the chair. In response to a request from the executive. Messrs. W. Davey, F. Mc- Intyre, A. G. Angell. F. Innes, C. Cocking, H. Souter. and J. H. Charl- ton were appointed to represent the sub-branch on the union's picnic com- mittee.
MOTOR CYCLIST INJURED Accident Near Mountain Hut [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 9 January 1931
MOTOR CYCLIST INJURED Accident Near Mountain Hut &nbsp; Mr. John Bath (21), a panel beader, of Kilkenny, was seriously injured yes- terday morning when the motor cycle outfit he was riding came into collision with a motor lorry on Mount Barker road, near the Mountain Hut. He was accompanied by Miss Beryl Olive Edwards, of The Crescent, Ed wardstown. who was in the sidecar. She was not injured. Mr. F. Langbein, carrier, of Woodside, was driving the motor lorry in the direction of Adelaide. Mr. Bath and Miss Edwards were travel- ling in the opposite direction. After the impact Mr. Bath was picked up in an unconscious condition. He was later admitted to the Adelaide Hospital, suf- fering from a severely lacerated skull and a fractured thigh. His condition is regarded as serious. &nbsp;
PRICE OF GRAPES ANNOUNCEMENT SOON [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 9 January 1931
PRICE OF GRAPES ANNOUNCEMENT SOON "It is probable that the prices of grapes throughout Australia for the coming vintage will be announced in the third week of this month," said the Chief Commonwealth Inspector of Cus- toms (Mr. R. M. Gollan) yesterday. Mr. Gollan has been making enquiries in the various States with regard to prices, and on Tuesday conferred with representatives of the Winemakers and Distillers' Association, the South Aus- tralian Grapevendors' Association, and the South Australian Grapegrowers' As- sociation. He had completed his en- quiries in Queensland and South Aus tralia, and to-day will leave for Coona- warra and other grapegrowing centres in the South-East. Mr. Gollan's tour of the South-East will complete hie work as far as South Australia is concerned, and the next stage of his enquiry will take him to Rutherglen (Victoria). Later he will visit Sydney, after which he will go to Canberra to make his report to the Minister of Customs, who will then have mater...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 9 January 1931
ITJCTIONB I T fk BSTSACT OF SALESBY ADOTTOH. A- THIS DAT. f. Katthewnmn.—At Norwood, at 11— Machtmrv, Stock, snd Plant ot Cabinetmaker. MJX. rmtssseis/ Union. —At Molphett-street, v 11.10—Poultry. IL W. Sandfaid As Co.—Dairy Produce, at 11; - Uve Poultry, at 13.80. 1 PL A. Sando a Son.—At Hmr?asr-stnet, at 11— I Piaat and Furniture of Cafe. P. W. Londrigan & Co.—At tb* Mart, Rundle street, mt li—Furniture, An. P. J. Paaney a Son.—At the Mart, Port Ade laide, at S.Bo—na-elttm, 80. *BtS DAT, THIS DAY, THIS DAT. AT II A.M. frABOB QUANTITY OF VALUABLE HOUS*. HOLD FURNITURE ASD "StTUCTS. **LT THB AUCTIOX ROOMS, 182, RUXDL&OT, opp. Foy a Oihson'a gQQ I^TTgOQ LOTS. IJ. W. LONDTOGAN & CO.. Auctioneer*. Rundle-s.reet and Port, hay* received instructions to sell— Couplets Dining-room Salts, Double and Single Oak Bedroom Suites, 1 Pianos, Blacit wood Bedroom Btdte, Single Wardrobes, Wlckar Chair, Wicker Lounge, Carpeta, Leather Easy Chain, 8-piece Lounge Suite, Oair, Si...
ENGINEERS' O.C. ENTERTAINED [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931
ENGINEERS' O.C. ENTER TAINED "The substitution of the voluntary for the compulsory system of militia training has. unfortunately made the camp attendance smaller but the gene- ral spirit of the unit is keener." said Captain J. K. Probert, officer command ing the 3rd Field Company, Australian Engineers, at a dinner Riven In honor of himself and his officers by the ser- peants' mess at Ware' 6 Exchange Hotel last nicht. The menu had an essentially mili tary flavor "Stuffed kapok floats" fcemed singularly attractive, and "£un cotton pie" needed to be eaten quickly before it "went off." The health or Captain Probert was proposed by the president (Sergeant J. Tume) and seconded by Warrant Officer G. R. Sibthorpe. of the Australian In structional Corps.
COUNTRY LIBERALS APPEAL TO GOVERNMENT KEEK LOWER INTEREST AND RELIEF FOR FARMERS [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931
COUNTRY LIBERALS APPEAL TO GOVERNMENT KEEK LOWER INTEREST AND RELIEF FOR FARMERS Motions urging Governments and pri- vate individuals to do all in their power to secure a reduction of interest rates, and calling on the State Gov- ernrnent to stay meeting of farmers' creditors, pending legislation on the sub ject, were carried at the naif-yearly meeting at Brlnkworth of the Stanley District Committee of the Liberal Fede ration. Delegates attended from Gulnare, Glad stone. Spalding. Brinkwortti. Hallett, jYacka. Georgetown, Blytti. Snowtora.l Clare?. Lociiiel. Port Pirie. and Crystal! I Brook branches. ' ! i Members for the district (Messrs. Lyons and Nicholls. ULP.'s, George Ritchie. M.L.C., and Sdr. C. A. S. Hair ker. M.H.R.), addressed delegates I on the "Farmers' financial difficulties.'' j A further resolution was "That the Federal Government should be urged to JTak' immediate steps to reduce the I wages and salaries of Federal Minis ters and members of Parliament, and I nil empl...
OPERA FOR 5d Theatrical Miracle OLD VIC AND NEW SADLER'S WELLS From Our Special Correspondent London. January 8. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931
OPERA FOR 5d Theatrical Miracle OLD VIC AND NEW SADLER'S WELLS From Our Special Correspondent London. January 8. For 5d. in South London, and 6d. in North London, you may attend a first- class performance of Shakespeare, or an opera, if not first-rate, at least rea- sonably satisfying to the cultivated J; musical taste. This theatrical miracle; Jj ! for it is nothing less, has been rendered "| : possible by the devoted labors of Mb* ! Lilian Baylls and the gallant bud *i j which, at the Old Vie Theatre, to the '^ ! drab district of South London, lias done ~3 I what Mr. Allan Wilkie struggled so hard I j to co in Australia—produced the whole M .cycle of Shakesperlan plays, at prices -4 within the reach of the poorest class*!! iof patrons. It was here that Miss Sybil = jThorndike. whom the West-End luurTg now claimed, rose to fame; and bereg there is rising a young actor. Mr. John. ;. jGlelgud. who seems destined to rank % ? with the most distinguished interpreters "-J ;of Shakespeare...
104 DEGREES IN SYDNEY Sydney February 20 [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931
104 DEGREES IN SYDNEY Sydney February 20 Sultry weather in the last few days reached a climax to-day when the temperature rose to 104 degrees in the shade, and 146 in the sun. Last night v."as ihe hcttes: February night since '?8R ?'1- -r.;n:rr.u:ii t.-.v.;x>rature being 78 degrees. Two men. each aged 60 years, col lapsed and died to-day, and dozens of oersons were treated at hospitals as a result of the heat. A cool change came at 4 pjn.. and later a seven etorm broke over (be dtp, .1
CONTROVERSIAL BOOK Arouses Ire of Churchmen LONDON. February 19. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931
CONTROVERSIAL BOOK Arouses Ire of Churchmen LONDON. February 19. The Rev. Thomas Nightingale, on be- half of the National Council or Steal Churches, has Issued a dramatic de- nunciation of a book by Eisler. dealing with the life of Jesus. He says It Js J the work of a hostile Jew, attempting"*; to account for the Resurrection, mail putting the best face be can tnTthe'l treatment of Jesus by his countrymen. ? Mr. Nightingale says:—"Elder admits | that the book contains nothing maze q than a hypothetical reconstruction.''; He starts by postulating a, theory which ~; he builds up to suit his own purpose.'! I believe the experts will not find tt'J difficult to reduce bis theories to their" § proper value. Even supposing the text* of Josephus to be authentic, the whole j of Elslers work involves a reconstmc-1 tlon which is largely imaginary TJib** kind of thing has been attempted tain 4 and apain. but Christianity remains." \$ Dr. Mlngana, of, Rylands IJbrary. 2 Manchester, w&o i...
SCOUT COMMISSIONER ON COUNTRY TOUR [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931
SCOUT COMMISSIONER ON COUNTRY TOUR To assist Boy Scout troops and Wolf Cub Packs and officers. District Com- missioner H.W. Rymill will leave to- morrow for a motor tour of several country towns. '% His Itinerary will be:—To-morrow— Riverton. Auburn. Waterrale; Monday,'! Clare, Spalding. Burra; Tuesday.: Jamestown. Tongala, Peterborough: * Wednesday. Orroroo, Boolexoo Centre. !i Port Augusta; Thurecjty. Gladstone. 1 Crystal Brook. Port Pirte; Friday. Bed-*| hill, Koolunga. Brlnkworth. Snowtown, Bute: Saturday, JTaHiny Wallaroo. -4 Moonta. He win be accompanied \rg -, four Rover Scouts, and on behalf &-\ the chief commissioner, will present^ warrants to a number of Scoutere.
COTTON INDUSTRY'S BETTER TONE Signs of Revival, Says London Manufacturer [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931
COTTON INDUSTRY'S BETTER TONE Signs of Revival, Says London Manufacturer The cotton manufactures industry in England is gaining a more optimistic tone said Mr. A.T. Liver who arrived from London by the Barrabool yester- day. Mr. Liver, who is on bis way to Syd ney, is managing director of John Liver, Ltd.. cotton manufacturers, Of Brookfield Mills, in Lancashire. Be said his company sent goods to Aus tralia until the present tariff prohibited them. There were now signs of a] revival in trade at home. The Eas tern silver market had been a bug bear because of the low price of that, metal, but their costs were now being cut down to a basis to meet the situa tion. They were on a favorable basis for Australia, and in the case of certain registered designs for which they might not be able to secure direct orders, they would be pleased for Aus tralian manufacturers to make them, He did not think the Australian cli mate was sufficiently humid for the manufacture on a big scale. Last year th...
REFORM LEAGUE AND PRIVATE ENTERPRISE [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931
REFORM LEAGUE AND PRIVATE ENTERPRISE In his annual report issued yester- day the secretary of the Political Re- form League (Mr. H.C. Hogben) states that the league attaches much im- portance to its principle of enoourage ment of private enterprise. "All avoidable Government expendi ture in salaries, services, or supplies re presents ?n addition to the cost of pro duction of private enterprise. Involv ing limitation of its capacity to pro vide employment and capital for fu ture development," tbe report cays. Mr. B&cen Pattinson was the only league nominee at present in Parlia ment. Messrs. S. W. Jeffries ?nd V. M. Newland. who would congest the State election for the district of North Adelaide, were endorsed by the league, and Messrs. C. L. Abbott and W. Fowler-Brownsworth had been selected to contest the Liberal Federation ple biscite for East Torrene. Candidates Sought The league was co-operatins: with the recently formed Producers' ar.d Business Men's Political Committee,...
BIRKENHEAD DIED ALMOST PENNILESS Friends Raise Money to Help Family LONDON, February 18 [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931
BIRKENHEAD DIED ALMOST PENNILESS Friends Raise Money to Help Family LONDON, February 18 The revelation that Lord Birken- head died practically [?] has caused a sensation in the political world world. A few friends, headed by Mr. Win ston Churchill, raised £204)00 for the benefit of bis family, Lord inchcape, the Duke of Westminster, and Lord Beaverhrook contributing £6,000 apiece. It is understood that between 13,000 and £6,000 was realised by t£e sale of Lord Birkenhead's books, which were almost the only assets, as bis £30,000 insurance money was practically de voted to paying arrears on his income tax. which was well over £20,000. The revelation throws a curious light on the circumstances in which Lord Birkenhead left the India Office for -big business," and also on the con troversy regarding the life pension of £5.000, so which he was entitled as ex- Lord Chancellor, it also explains why, to use bis own words, "for thirty years I supplemented my Sagging resources by the aid of j...
CLOWN Of TROUBLE Mixes Politics and Jokes MADRID, lVbTuatry 19. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931
CLOWN Of TROUBLE Mixes Politics and Jokes MADRID, lVbTuatry 19. Resulting from the political crisis and the disturbed state of public feel- ing, a circus joke to-day landed Remper Spain's most popular clown Remper, Spain's most popular clown, in gaol. Remper 'told the audience that a "sick.man whom he named Uttle.Al fonso, went to many doctom before finding a prescription that effected*a complete cure. Tbe prescription was 'sales de Bspana,' which might, alter natively be taken to mean 'Spanish salts,' or Ton leave Spam.'" The audience roared with laughter, but the Jester was arrested and gaoled immediately after the performance.
BETTING CHARGES [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 21 February 1931
BETTING CHARGES William George Prettie. carter, or Parkside. was charged before Mr. E. M. Sabine P.M., in the Adelaide Police Court yesterday with having been on Court yesterday, with having been the premises of the Old Colonist Hotel, at the comer of Chancery-lane and Angas-street, on* January 31, lor the purpose of betting. The Assistant Police Prosecutor (Mr. L. Bond) prosecuted, and Mr. E. Mill bouse appeared for Prettie. The hearing was adjourned until Match 3. A chrr?e against Horace John Hlu, of Hindmarsb, of having been In the Land of Promise Hotel Hindmarsh, on January 31. for the purpose of illegal i betting was dismissed by Mr. H. M. I Muirhead. S.M. 1 Mr. J. P. Walsh prosec'ite-i. and Mr. I C T. Gun appeared for Hill.