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OFF TO JUNIOR KUITPO First Party Goes GRATEFUL PARENTS With three cheers for the Rev. S. Forsyth, and calls of "Good luck" from parents and spectators. 12 boys, aged between 15 and 17, left the Central Mission building. Pitt-street, City, yesterday afternoon by motor lorry for the Junior Kuitpo Colony. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931
OFF TO JUNIOR KUITPO First Party Goes GRATEFUL PARENTS With three cheers for the Rev. S. Forsyth, and calls of "Good luck" from parents and specta tors. 12 boys, aged between 15 and 17, left the Central Mission build ing. Pitt-street, City, yesterday afternoon by motor lorry for the Junior Kuitpo Colony. This was the first batch of boys to go to the new colony, which has been established a mile or so away from the senior Kuitpo Colony, and will be tin- der the direction of officials of toat institution. Fathers and mothers in 6everal households scraned ud the last few pennies to eee their boys off on a ven ture which they feel will give them a training that will enable them to face the future with confidence. The young colonists went off in high spirits, with a Dound or two of eweste and a case of oranges supplied by philanthropic people. The boys who made the trip were:—Cyril Wear (15), of Sandwell: Hector Hepworth (17), Norwood: Archie Lawrence (17). Bo=b lyn Park; Douelas Garvie ...
HOSTEL FOR SINGLE WORKLESS OPENED Place For Rest And Privacy [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931
HOSTEL FOR SINGLE WORKLESS OPENED Place For Rest And Privacy A hostel for unemployed young men in the Boys' Brigade premises lent by the Salvation Army in Morphett-street, Adelaide, was opened by the Lady Mayoress (Mrs. Glover)) yesterday. Mrs. Glover 6aid the building was intended to be a borne for men who through no fault of their own were homeless. It was a place to which they could come to rest, to read, and to write, and also enjoy a little privacy which they had not at present. "I can assure you that we have turned the corner, and it will not be long before the sun will shine again," said Mrs. win, wife of the Premier, in supporting the remarks of the Lady Mayoress. *T wish you men the best of happiness in this hosteL Look after it, and spend many happy hours here." Mr. Hugh Hudson said he hoped the scheme would be copied in -the various suburbs, because the unemployed men there could not come to the city to enjoy the conveniences of the hosteL Objects of Hostel The executive ...
HOPE FOREST PLEASES MINISTER "Men Working Well" [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931
HOPE FOREST PLEASES MINISTER "Men Working Well" The work done by 15 unemployed from Port Adelaide, who started the Hope Forest settlement about six months ago, impressed the Commis- sioner of Crown Lands (Mr. Richards), who visited the settlement with Mrs. Richards at toe week-end. Mr. Rich ards said the men preferred to work for their rations, and with some assis tance from the Unemployment Relief Council, were making excellent progress. A large area had been cleared, some of it sown with grasses, and the men were now fencing. They were clearing at least 10 acres on each block, so that all the settlers would start off the same mark when the allotment of the land was made. "I believe that the men will make good," said Mr. Richards yesterday. "The adjacent landowners have been very kind, and have given them fruit trees ready for transplant ing. The blocks will be allotted this month. The men are working very hard and systematically. Mrs. Rich ards was struck by the tidiness and ar ra...
YOUTH'S ORDEAL WITH BROKEN LEG Six Hours' Journey Through Precipitous Bush FELL OVER CLIFF Sydney, October 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931
YOUTH'S ORDEAL WITH BROKEN LEG Six Hours' Journey Through Precipitous Bush FELL OVER CLIFF Sydney, October 5. When cutting a path through the debris round the foot of a re- &lt;*> cent landslide at Dogface Rock, in the Blue Mountains, yesterday, H. Austin, 19, slipped and Tell 20 feet to a ledge of rock, breaking bis leR. Because of the precipitous cliffs, Aus tin could not be easily taken out of the valley. A stretcher was made and lowered to the ledge of rock, and members of the working patty, aug mented by a rescue party which had been summoned, descended. Then they tackled a difficult journey of six hours through the wild bush with Austin, who was in terrible pain. It was necessary in places to lower the stretcher with ropes, to lift it over huge boulders, and even to drag It through the dense undergrowth. Through Mountain Tunnel After four miles bad been covered. Austin was lowered into a sloping air shaft, which pierces the cliff below the Katoomba Colliery, and con...
Thieves Visit Churches [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931
Thieves Visit Churches After gaining admittance to a school- &lt;*> room at the rear of the Semaphore Church of Christ on Sunday night, thieves attempted to force a door lead- ing to tne vestry, where overcoats be longing to worshippers were hanging. Their efforts were of no avail, as the church officials had barricaded the door. Last Thursday night thieves, by for cing a -window, at the rear of the Church of Christ, entered and stole a communion cloth and doyleys, valued at more than £2. Several Sunday nights ago overcoats hanging in the vestry of the Semaphore Baptist Church were rifled, and about £1 was stolen.
KENT MURDERER CERTIFIED INSANE Was In Asylum Before, After Assault On Woman LONDON, October 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931
KENT MURDERER CERTIFIED INSANE Was In Asylum Before, After Assault On Woman LONDON, October 5. Arthur James Salvage, 23, who was sentenced to death for the murder of Ivy Gedden, 12, whose body was found buried in a plantation in Kent, has been certified insane and placed in s mental asylum. The "Daily Herald" recalls that Sal vage was found insane in 1927, fallow ing a conviction for an assault on a woman. Six monttos later be was re examined and pronounced sane, ,and was released. As a result of the e Godden murder, leading alienists are wmfrfog represen tations to the Home Office, suggesting that every prison should have a mental clinic, where prisoners would be ex amined before their trial Then, If ex perts pronounced them insane, a certi ficate would be sent to the judge, and the accused would be automatically committed to a criminal lunatic asylum and kept there. An expert says that Impulsive in sanity is the mental equivalent of apo plexy. A man may be perfectly healthy. yet s...
The Advertiser TUESDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1931. Women Seek Golf Honors: Rest Room For Workless: Young Farmers Keen To Begin [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931
The Advertiser TUESDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1931. Women Seek Golf Honors: Rest Room For Workless: Young Farmers Keen To Begin SEMI-PINALS in the women's club championship were played at Mount Osmond yesterday. From left—&lt;*> Mesdames H. Davis. T. S. Cheadle J. H. Vaughan. F. N. LeMessurier. THIS LOKBI LOST in an en counter with a Glenelg tram at WayvQle crossing ypsferday mom ing. After the crash. ERN JOLLY, SA. cross-country champion, who won the 26J miles Marathon race in Melbourne on Saturday, in action. PICTURES BY ROYAL PHOTOuttAPUEKS have been included in the Kodak Exhibition, which win be opened at John Martin's tomorrow. The big game hunting study on the left was taken by the DnchessaD'Aosta. The profile of a Mangbetu woman of the province of LTJelle, Congo, is from a picture by the Queen of the Belgians. iOOTBALL FINISHED, Adelaide Oval Is being top iressed and prepared for the cricket season. Hie curator (Mr. Albert Wrieht) and &lt;slair at work vertwtlsiT t'OB...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931
|| LEGGETTS ! HOOD AND TXKE DRESSING. 1/6 tin !:DIAMOND-EEN (the Wonder Polish). 2/ .[tin. !; VULCANIZER PATCHES (Damp Proof), i'l/9 tin. I; H. S. SLOMAN I; 113. GrenfeH-st. and 33. Franklin-et. 5-EVEBVTiUNG FOR THE MOTOR." ii^Btmmr We Bought ¥W **J More Albums" ££££%Z2&m^!lm&* bWEj MBBI9H t "HAS DONE 64,000 MILES *"" A ml and is Good for Years More Service 9* A The following brief extract from a Utter of appreciation received fW\ |A\ recently from Messrs. Joshua Pitt Pty. Ltd., gives definite proof fWA M|\ of the stamina of the Albion. wm^m V?|\ "We have received every satisfaction from our Albion MJ^J Truck, and this had a tig influence in our decision to MMFJ^m WHk repeat the order for another Albion. MwJm "The first truck has done 64.000 miles, and is JW^m WU good for many more years of service. MW.^B VA\ "With our long experience of motor vehicles MM^m Wl\ to e have no hesitation in sailing that the fW^M Albion is the best proposition. fwJB Prove for yourself th...
Tube Traffic Lights On Endless Chain [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931
Tube Traffic Lights On Endless Chain An innovation in traffic speed lights has been devised by the New York traffic authorities, to spee d up motor-&lt;*> cars travelling by the Holland turned:- which rues under toe Eudson "itiv?r-^ concecSng New To* and New Jsr-^ sey. .•■■-■ ,"-■?>;■"•;. It has been found necessary, effhifc to nearly ISO.OOO cars using tid?'^un derground ■ roadway at -*e&-eadt^ift, adopt a system that wia easnre motorists maintaining a speed of '"'rtj - miles an hour both ways through ftps win two-mils tttses. *■ " .. #-* And endless chain has oejn imWleHi in each tube at tbe tide of thn and electric Ughtj; spaced 75 feet an ■■. have been Attached to the reroWng. chain, which travels at 30 mltea^aar hour. Motorists, as they enter ite tttbe, will pull alongside cne of-the travcliinK lights, and follow it ihrakgh, to the exit. This scheme win. It is thought, not only keep cars at a safe - distance apart, bat also enable motor-: ists to m?i'if'|!...
REPORTS FROM RURAL CENTRES BELTANA [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931
REPORTS FROM RURAL CENTRES BELTANA A gymkhana, held in Beltana. was at- &lt;*> tended by many visitors. Including Mrs. Gunson and Miss D. Coles. who nave been staying with their brother. Mr. Norman Coles, cl "Patter's Springs." via Copley. A dance was held In the lialj In the even ing, music being supplied br Miss Coles, Mesdames Downer and Gregor, and Messrs. L. Bunn and M. McCourt. BALAKLAVA The Women's Guild of the Goyder Church of England, he:d an American tea In the Balaklava Institute. Those assist ing were:—Mesdames Dlxoa, G. Belling, A. P. ?ud G. E. Herbert, A. E. Sires, A. J3. Baum, S. TTppin. A. Dick, aad Mrs. Hlggs and Misses M. and S. Dixon. M. Liersch, li. and S. Uppi;:. Slina Herbert, Mary Sires, Ward and P. Nlchoils. Mrs. O. August's stall Teas a great help. The Rev. H. N. Crosland cpened the proceedings. Items were given by Misses T. Virgo, Dpplll, Lor ne Beare. Mary Shuttleworth. Mrs. Evens. Bonda Metcalf. and K. Dutton and Mrs. Evens. —Officers elected f...
MINTARO [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931
MINTARO At the residence of Mr. E. W. Blatchford, the Wirrilla A grade cricket club held a social. Mr. L. Giles presided, and Mr. li. Blatchford was secretary. Items were contributed by Misses G. Tickle. E. Myers, and B. Miller. Messrs. L. Blatchtord. F. McNamara. and N. cook, the Morella school children, and the "Chaffcutters" male quartet (Messrs. J. W. Parr. B. J. Tickle. I*. G. Blatchford. G. E. Pulford. and G. F. Gumley). The accompanists were Miss Tickle and Mrs. Blatchford. WlrrlUa performers produced e one-act play. Sud per was served, and a dance followed, the music being supplied by Messrs. F. Mc- Namora, V. Battew. end F. Heinrlch. MOCULTA The early crops are promising, but the dandelion growth In the late ones Is causing trouble. Shearing is proceeding satisfactorily, little interruption being' caused by the light showers.
Imported Collies [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931
Imported Collies MR. J. W. Wilkin is importing a brace [?] of show Collies from Scotland. The bitch is in quarantine, and the dog is on the water. Yesterday Mr. Wukta. went to Ttaxiens Island to see the bitch, and be said to me, "I found her doing well, i I cannot speak too highly of the way the officials look after nwifnaig which are in quarantine, and the consideration they show to owners. This applies to Mr. Laurent! and all bis officers." I once bad to meet an Airedale which had been sent* out from Tgngi?Ti^_ and take it to the station, and I can support Mi-. WH kui's remarks in regaM to the obliging nature of the men arTorrens T«a«mfl I never write or talk about Torrens Island but I tiiink of the month X spent there when quarantined from the Ormuz, the mall steamer I had boarded *o interview Ada Reeve. Altogetiier over 200 of us bad a forced stay «n the island. ■
Successful South Australians [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931
Successful South Australians IT is remarkable how wireless has old South Australians re-&lt;*> siding in. other States together They (metaphorically speaking) shake hands over the air. Here is a typical tetter. from Rowley 'Williams, or the Hectao^ lytic Zinc Ccjnpeny in Hobfixt:—TMsr Rufos—Having lived at Broken Hm, Port Pirie. and: Semaphore, your talks conjure up from the past the names of many people who are familiar to me. I particularly enjoyed your mwiti&lt;m of t3ie dinner *of tb£"Good -CompuDioDS* Clnb to Peter DawstHt and MarkHam bonrg. WUlst they were in Hobart. -the «tTl«&lt; 'South -Australians enter tained them at supper, andwcP? &lt;a abled to get a gilmnfic of the 1""**M1 side of these two artiste.. Peter seemed a partbndarly lovable character. Be spoke for half an hour in a 'most iwmplgy sincenu win^^&lt;>*T^. £?d cbblbf—. talning way. There were present men who had actually lived in. thp same street with him as boya, an...
Will Ashton In Paris [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931
Will Ashton In Paris IN Letter to his father and mother, will Ashton (well known artist), de-&lt;*> scribes the Interesting trip from Con-&lt;*> carneau to Paris. He says:—"I was very oorry to leave Concarneau. I am sending you a ■ group photograph of several distin— guished artists, T?nfi P6SS ?n *? us are wearing the fishermen's blouse - . and beret, Thomp- son Is a fine chap, artist, and Baxter is one of the best. We are now in a little hotel just over the river from -the Louvre. I have done a fair amount of work, some of which is I think better—more light and better color, go I hope now to do some thing really good In Paris. There is more noise and more motors than ever in Paris, and they drive like mad. Aus tralia lam glad to see is mating an effort to cave herself, and as far as I can see we must an mate the sacrifice for (iie misdeeds of those who have got us Into this mess." _—, .^^ wm Ash*o"-
Varied Specimens [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931
Varied Specimens THE description on the box, "Dead snake only," explained the strong smell in the atmosphere in my room, so I decided to hurry alone with the specimen to the Museum. On the •way I met Mr. J. W. Wilkin, who had a crab for me. It was caught by Mr. Rady at Tonens Island. Mr. H. M. Hale pronounced the dead reptile for warded by J. R. Coles, of I/ongwood, a legless lieard or snake-like lizard. Mr. Hate said "They are perfectly harmless, although many people think them venomous owing to their" sn&ke-like appearance." Concerning the crab, he said "This is the biggest species of spider crab we have in South Australian waters. It is washed up about this time, and is fairly common along the beaches. It ranges from the shore down to 460 fathoms." A specimen sent in by Mr. E. G. Beige, of txemuuih mrr a j£_ j^ described as "a rare ground snider, not previously in the Museum. We'-wDI keep it. with thanks."
RIFLE SHOOTING [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931
RIFLE SHOOTING MTJEHAY BEIDGR—The third stage ot the club's trophy was fired over the 300. 500. and 600 yards ranges. J. C. Ross tiinnni tltiA «4Vtr*a t\W fh? r\f\m nnA wnn the day's stage. DetaUs:—J. c. Bass (4)—100; A. Patter son (5)—100: P. B. Pobke (4)—88; J. I~ Watts (6)—88: M. W. Parish (—)—B6: H. E. Graetz (5)—85; J. Robertson (6)—94: K. R. Watts (5)—83; C. T. Parish &lt;41—91; I E. V. Moyle (9)—89; L. Pllmore (14)—85. AUBURN.—In a fboot at the range the No. 1 sweep was won by A. J. Kirk, ■wtth a score or 65 at the 200 an-i 300 yards ranges. A. J. Bench coming next wits 62. I At the same distances R Wrilt^head won the No. 2 sweep with f3. followed ty J. Plttaway with 52. A f.V.a n.«ntall Tvlcd prevailed. POBT PIHIE.—The Port Plrle Btfle Club, ] 844. defeated 9th Light Horee, 195. Xbe oondlttans were a double eheot tt •&& shot? and two slghters at GOO yard*; Idtni Borse membeos .eaon to receive B«nd?*a?> of 16. The champion fdn' sat won by JL - A. Mf...
Plant And Bird Life [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931
Plant And Bird Life NATURE has mode a wonderful re-&lt;*> sponse to the bountiful rains, and everywhere there is a wealth of plant. and bird life. Correspondent after cor-&lt;*> respondent has written to me about unusually large quohdongs and huge plants of the Start pea and rinwflriinn or Cape weed. Yesterday Grant Mb&r son told me of great green-clouds of* shell parrots out Mount Eba way. The little love birds-were in millions. .Last night Jack Brennan, or Siam (a North west station) told me he had'neverseen such a wealth of bird life on the sta tion. He said. They ere in great num bers, and many of them I nave never seen. before. I think many of tbe ground, birds have.been able to breed up owing to the comparative absence of the fox" Orer the week-end B Mc- Carty, who has a fishing plant on the Coorong) told me that at the pse sent time pelicans are "breeding in great numbers on Pelican Island. *I«st Fear," he said, "it was estimated thai there were ...
CRICKET [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931
CRICKET MOUNT GAMBIER.—The eleventh-hour withdrawal of Nelson club from the Mount Gambler Association has caused a mild sensation in local cricket circles. Nelson. i bad won the premiership three seasons In succession, and until within four days of the opening of this season bad every In tention of competing again. The reason given was that the dub was short of placets, but it has since transpired that too association** decision to open the sea* eon next Saturday bad much to do with the decision to withdraw. Owing to necessary reorganisation, the opening matches have been postponed a week, and a special delegates' meeting called for Friday night, when It will probably be de cided to reduce the association to four teams. The executive committee Has re commended that unless a Elxth team is forthcoming. Federate be also estod to withdraw. Nelson piayw have already Intimated which teams ttiey will Join. Federals are not pleased with the execu tive's decision. HTJBIOOTPA.—Mr. A. Reusch p...
Out among the People [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931
Out among the People By ALBERT Headlen, an old sailor, called to see me yesterday, and said, "I was particularly interested in the paragraph which appeared recently in the SO years ago column concern ing the arrival at Port Adelaide of the barque Sarah Bell from Port Vic toria with the captain in irons. 1 was a sailor before the mast, and the youngest on board. I could write a book on the exciting experiences cf that trip."