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FIRST SPLIT IN LANG GOVERNMENT VOTE ON EARLY CLOSING Sydney, February 24. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 25 February 1931

FIRST SPLIT IN LANG GOVERNMENT VOTE ON EARLY CLOSING Sydney, February 24. For the first time this season, mem- bers of the Lang Government were divided when a vote was taken to-day on a closure motion. Mr Stuart Robertson sought leave -to introduce a Bill to amend the i Saturday Afternoon Half Holiday Act i in such a -way that shops would close on all week nights at half-past five ' o'clock, and on Saturdays at 12 noon. f A debate followed on the advisa : bility of introducing such a measure .in a time of depression, but Mr. ' Cunningham moved the closure. 1 Messrs. Stuart Robertson, Lazzarini, s Clvne. Connell. ana O'Sullivan votec with the Opposition in favor of the ! motion, which was negatived by 39 1 votes to 22. The debate on leave to introduce the > Bill was adjourned, i

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FATALITIES AND ACCIDENTS FELL INTO BURNING TAR s home in Claxton—sterday morning, Mr. , an insurance agent, [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 25 February 1931

FATALITIES AND ACCIDENTS FELL INTO BURNING TAR s home in Claxton— sterday morning, Mr. , an insurance agent, Running out of his home in claxton- street City yesterday morning Mr. Ernest Smith (33) an insurance agent fell over a gallon drum of tar, which had caught alight. He was burned about the body, but his condition is not regarded as serious. FRACTURED VEG Stepping from a motor car yester day morning, Edith Smith (23), of Gage-street, St. Morris, slipped and broke her right leg. CIRCULAR SAW ACCIDENTS Waikerie, February 23. Mr. Fred Holley was employed by Mr. Barren, of Oalga, cutting wood, when his hand was caught in the circu lar saw. which cut off the first fmeer and took out a piece of bone from the thumb. He received treatment at the Galga post-office, and was driven into Waikerie by Mr. Andriske. He was admitted to the Waikerie Hospital, v.-here Dr. G. C. H. Nicol operated on him. Mr. A. G. Kossatz, of Mantling, woo owns a woodyaxd at the Mantung sid ing and cuts wood for ...

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MEDICAL ADVICE TO READERS Questions Answered Every Week [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 25 February 1931

MEDICAL ADVICE TO READERS Questions Answered Every Week (By Our Medical Correspondent) "WORRIED."—A.: Ask your chemist to make you up a belladonna and bromide mixture. Take this four times a day for a month. If having any trouble at all after this, sea a doctor. CONSTIPATION A. B. C." (Angaston).—Q.: Will you ad vise the best treatment for a child of 6% years who 4s constipated She has plenty of fruit and vegetables. She also suffers frequently with feverish colds which always leave her slightly deaf for a few weeks. A.: Give her regular meals, nothing to eat between meals, and plenty of exercise, i Give her a teaspoonful of syrup of figs every night and frequent drinks of effer-l vescent fruit salts during the day. Do not give her too much milk. She Ehould have her tonsils and growths examined and removed tf necessary. "ALWAYS TIEED."—A.: Yes. it might cause a good deal of trouble at such a time, but on the other hand lt might make no difference. You would need an operation sooner ...

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PLEAS FOR 10 P.C. CUT TO BE HEARD Postponement Refused by Court "DECREASE SHOULD BE MADE PROMPTLY" Melbourne, February 24. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 25 February 1931

PLEAS FOR 10 P.C. CUT TO BE HEARD Postponement Refused by Court "DECREASE SHOULD BE MADE PROMPTLY" Melbourne, February 24. In a unanimous judgment the Full Court of the Arbitra- tion Court to-day dismissed the application of the Federal Attorney-General for a post ponement until the end of next month of the hearing of ? applications for a reduction by 10 per cent of wages pre scribed in numerous indus tries. Chief Judge Dethridge was emphatic on the point that the evidence which had been given at the former hearing should not be repeated. He said that advocates and others must confine themselves to the reasons why the -par ticular industry under review should, not come under the 10 per cent, reduc tion. to dismissing the Commonwealth's application for a suspension of the original order for a reduction, he con tinued, the court had said that, in its opinion, a 10 per cent, reduction in wages should be made promptly as one of the means of checking toe increase of unemployment. -The co...

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STATE EXECUTIVE DEFIED FEDERAL LABOR MEMBERS MEET "Mr. Scullin's Race Nearly Ron" Sydney, February 24. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 25 February 1931

STATE EXECUTIVE DEFIED FEDERAL LABOR MEMBERS MEET "Mr. Scullin's Race Nearly Ron" Sydney, February 24. Those Federal Labor members repre- senting New South Wales constituen- cies who do not favor Mr. Lang's pro- posals met to-day in an informal con- -1 ference and unanimously decided that, despite the warning of the Stale execu > tive of the AiP. that it would witb , draw its endorsement if thf-y fallen ' to support Mr. Lang, they would sup ' port Mr. Scullin and his refusal to approve Mr. Lang's plan. ? One of the party expressed the view [ that Mr. Scullin would have run his ' race within a few weeks. The opinion was also expressed that I the best thing Federal members could ; do vi-ould be to insist ttiat the Prime i Minister should publicly make the party's position clear before the East Sydney by-election. Mr. Vane Not For Federal Politics Rumors that the Premier (Mr. Lang/ . had decided to forsake State politics and contest a Federal seat at the first election are not regar...

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NEWS IN BRIEF Manslaughter Charge [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 25 February 1931

NEWS IN BRIEF Manslaughter Charge At the Broken Hill Coroner's Court yesterday. Mr. J.A. Harris. Coroner committed Edgar Burchett for trial for the manslaughter of Francis William Oelmann, who died from injuries re ceived in a motoring accident on De- j cember 29. , Stowaway Has to Pay Fare.—A young stowaway on the Marama was yesterday in Auckland fined the amount of his fare from Sydney, in default 14 days' imprisonment. Counsel said that the ' stowaway, W- K. Tobin, had sent his i wife and child to New Zealand in Janu- i sry, paying their fare. He could not ; get enough for his own fare, and stowed i away. ' ] Attempt to Escape from Gaol—When attempting to escape from the Bendigo Gaol yesterday. Alan Thomas (26), a ' prisoner on remand, climbed the wall , and jumped 20 feet to the ground. He ' fractured one of his ankles and was cap- 1 lured by a warder. !

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TURF NOTES In Week Again [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 25 February 1931

TURF NOTES In Week Again [?] Victoria Park trainer W. J. Nolan. has resumed work with Some Quality, who has bad a spell from the tracks. He has also Bachelor Green In work again friacsd again. Xexhana, a tJiajiul. mare by Netherton. ((pond cm the tracks at Victoria Park on Tib irtiy morning. She Is being raced by j. smaa, and was ridden by G. F. Lnns?. _J- P. **"**??"?. who races and trains Oorssaw, lias fTiifaygd R. Gordon to ride tbe eeVUng in the Hurdle Bace on Satur- Cocaoa w]H also have the mount on Jkrcbtson In the Wetter. S. Stout, who is now attached to J. McKSnnofs enable, will pUot St. TeUt. and S. Ptaaer. Topsail, in the Hurdle Bace. Other engagements are:— '-Burl, Goldsome, ?Jomboo, and Mephlstopheles, C. Oekey; l*st GD&. K. McNeil; Gratioun, A. F. Gil bert; Solmos. J. W. Ryan. Got toqtnm KmOe&t entries were received yesterday Jar the TaUcnaUs meeting at Victoria Kk <n Saturday. large fields are en caged ts me Trial Stakes, the Welter, and Jrnn...

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TARRA GLEN TO-MORROW Acceptances At Scale [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 25 February 1931

TARRA GLEN TO-MORROW Acceptances At Scale Bun Thursday HANDICAP MAIDEN PLATE Five and a Half furlongs. St. Ib. Bt. Ib. Bublcan Trcmt 9 0 Sure Win.... 8 0 Dongola .... 8 9 Green and Lieutenant White ... 7 13 Park .... 8 ? Spearerica . . 7 13 Blntang 8 7 Wanlnga .... 7 11 Star Rosa ... 8 7 White Anton . 711 Mardl 8 7 Ascret 7 11 Air Bubble . . 8 S Parana .... 7 7 Benalx 8 5 Waterside ... 7 7 Woorady .... 8 S Ideal Lady (not Eplnard .... 8 0 eligible.) FLYING HANDICAP Five and a half furlongs Blnna 9 13 Green Moth ..76 Lady Savanax .95 Saldon ....75 Status 8 8 More Cyllene . 7 O Golden Bum. 8 7 Lady PukHnya 6 9 Amor 8 5 Flavlste .... 6 9 Boorcello .... 8 4 Gold Switch . 6 7 Ui?ngarra ... 7 13 Flying Cross .67 Invictus .... 7 10 White Anton .67 STARRA GLEN HANDICAP One mile and 80 yards. Bex Aurantlc .90 Heaven .... 7 13 Footeac .... 8 9 Pious Kate . . 9 11 Borrodale.... 8 6 Greentm .... 7 6 Ethelton .... 8 3 Spear Lily ..75 Bonnie Bob ..82 Torionla .... 7 4 Dasher Dees .81 Farlure .......

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 25 February 1931

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 25 February 1931

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 25 February 1931

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 25 February 1931

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NO BROADCASTING FOR EAST SYDNEY BY-ELEGTION MR. LATHAM GIVES "REASON" Sydney, February 24. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 25 February 1931

NO BROADCASTING FOR EAST SYDNEY BY-ELEGTION MR. LATHAM GIVES "REASON" Sydney, February 24. Election speeches will not be broad- Cast in future from national stations in city or suburban electorates. This information was given to the leader of the Federal Opposition (Mr. Latham) to-day by the Postmaster-General (Mr. Green). Mr. Latham, in a message to the Minister, expressed surprise at the change in what he termed "established custom," more especially as speeches were broadcast for tbe Parkes by-elec tion. He thought that the Opposi tion was being deprived of electioneer ing facilities because the Government wished to avoid calling attention to ite embarrassment in not being able to put any policy before the electors of East Sydney.

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MISSING FROM TRAIN Police Enquiry Into Man's Strange Disappearance Perth, February 24. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 25 February 1931

MISSING FROM TRAIN Police Enquiry Into Man's Strange Disappearance Perth, February 24. The Northam police are looking for a passenger from the Mullewa train, who disappeared between Goomalling and Northam, Where the train arrived early Northam, where the train arrived early this morning. From personal effects staled by a rej low-traveller to belong to the mining man, the police conclude he is a Yugo slav named Mate Vlahov. He joined the train at Mullewa ana when the train reached Goomalling he was missed, and it was found that the door of the lavatory attached to she compartment was locked. When the door was opened the lavatory was empty and there was much blood in the wash basin and elsewhere. Indications are that the man injured himself and then climbed through the window. The police and railway employes have patrolled thp line near where the man was missed, but up to this afternoon had found nothing.

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IN OTHER CITIES PERTH_GOSSIP From Our Special Correspondent Perth, February 24. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 25 February 1931

IN OTHER CITIES PERTH_GOSSIP From Our Special Correspondent Perth, February 24. Lotteries have become the issue of the hour, Our expanding benevolences have grown to rely more and more upon them since the war, and their very failure to keep pace with the grow ing needs has led to more intensive de velopment. The public began to demand some control, for it was felt unseemly that many of the sweeps should be for non charitable purposes, and many were so extravagantly conducted that the charities which did benefit got an in sufficient proportion of the sums raised from the public A class of professional promoters was coming into being, so the Government appointed a committee to supervise; but a new issue arose when this commit tee announced its intention of conduct ing a series of lotteries of its own. Many citizens questioned the wisdom and rightness of the Government going into the business. Hope For Wool Revival Tiie sentiment which a recent Aus tralian poet has. put in the hops for...

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LOWER TAXES UNDER THREE-YEAR PLAN? Business Men to See Federal Government [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 25 February 1931

LOWER TAXES UNDER THREE-YEAR PLAN? Business Men to See Federal Government A motion, protesting against the sug- gestion that Governments should spread the balancing of Budgets over three years, unless taxation was con- siderably reduced, will be submitted to the annual conference of the Asso ciated Chambers of Commerce, which will begin in Melbourne on March 16. The motion points out that an "in tolerable burden of taxation" bad been placed on the commercial community, so that the Budgets could be balanced in one year. The conference, which is virtually a parliament of the Commonwealth's leading business men, will discuss many important economic problems. Another motion will urge Federal and State Governments to grant further as sistance for the sowing of wheat crops only to farmers on areas proved to be suitable for the purpose. The Federal Government will be asked to co-operate with the Empire Marketing Board to dispose of primary products, and to amend the tariff and industrial l...

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WEATHER MAP [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 25 February 1931

WEATHER MAP In tie above mop the isobars or fine* of equal barometer pressure are ehowa, the nines being indicated by the figure* at to* end of each line; m denotes milli bar. Direction of the wind !? shown by arrows flying with the wind:—Light breeze, V^ x > I moderate breeze, > > ; strong breeze, *p - Sale, ??&. > .; O represent* calm. The state of die sea is shown by the letter 8 (smooth). M (moderate). X (rough). V B (very rough). X tHi-nft-s tain has ItHe?. FORECAST (issued at 9 pjn. Tuesday).—Fine and hot, with nor therly winds, but cool southerly eh ange later in the far west, and gradually extending eastward, with come showers. BABOMETEE and rHERMOMETEB I OCEA2T FORECAST RF.AnTIIRR 1 Tcciiori of Qnm TiiacWnn PHASES OF THE &IOON L.ast quarter. Feoruary 10. New moon PeD ruary 17. First quarter February 26 FulJ Moon MnTv-n 4 CALENDAR—February 25 Sun rises 5.59 ajn.; set?s. 6.59 pjn. Moon rises 12.54 p.m.: se:s, 10.38 p.m. THEEUOMETEB READINGS Adelaid...

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WEDDING COLQUHOUN—MAKIN [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 25 February 1931

WEDDING COLQUHOUN—MAKIN At Romsey Abbey, Romsey, England, on Wednesday, December 17, a marriage was celebrated of interest to Adelaide society, as the bride was recently the guest of her grandmother. Mrs. F. MnE? Brougham-place, North Adelaide. The Abbey was beautifully decorated. ' On each side of the chancel were banked palms, ferns, white Japanese chrysan themums, pink carnations, cyclamen, azaleas, nari.tsi lilies, and variegated heather. A temporary altar had been erected In the choir chancel, arranged with lilies and pink carnations. The bridegroom was Mr. Edgar Ed mund Colquboun, WB£, son of the late Mr. Ernest Colquhoun and Mrs- Colqu houn, of 36, Hyde Park-square, Lou don. The bride was Elizabeth, only daughter of Lieutenant-Colonel Ernest L. MaMn, D.5.0., late Duke of Edin burgh's Wiltshire Regiment, and Mrs. > Ernest Makin, of Eastlands, West We!-' low. She was beautifully gowned m white panne velvet, arranged in grace ful flare from deep pointed hip yoke, with short t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 25 February 1931

~~ LADIES. I<et ?? kelp jbb to rmJaee ynar excesrin HUhizmm and oply docblf rfiin. Tor tbe ranall ?^ tt W/? y?? ?BB ptocotp a home afe treat ant ?>?>* tD-dxr-. Do net <*elsT.—Madame tedie Dnatet. Box ISS C, G.P.O, Adf'.aidf. f^ L549iTO DTJFLICATE BILLHEAD CHECK BOOKS spr**?"T adapted for Drapers. Store- Irritr-i end Retailers eenerall? itht Advertiser Office, ?r — Wajmouth-ttreec. Arteidlrtft WORD GOLF NEWSBIUTSOLUTION Tbe solution of to-day's Word Golf problem is:— *lt;Wb, NEWT, NEAT, BEAT. BELT, T3ET.T. BILL. Problem on Page 11 SICKLY CHILDREN can develop into robust, alert young sters if siven Yeaston Tablets regu larly. All chemists. ? Glorious Sun-Tap^" GAIN SOFT BROWN %y^Y^/fi SKIN THAT SETS |,0P OFF COSTUME — without least Sunburn <^Sl Blaxvellous scientific <I*ftfT"-Try —^ \ \^^^[ straight from fasbionable American I l&i\^ beaches — applied before sunbakinc f jLsJ and with only two hours' exposure I *\r to sunlight, c...

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INSPECTION OF COUNTRY Request to Commissioner of Taxes MOUNT MART February 21. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 25 February 1931

INSPECTION OF COUNTRY Request to Commissioner of Taxes MOUNT MART February 21. A Public meeting convened by the local branch of the Stockowner' As- sociation was held in the shoolroom to-night to discuss the newly issued land tax assessment. Mr. S. N. Betti son was in the chair. Mr. W. Winnall moved —'That the secretary write to the Commissioner of Taxes requesting that a senior officer of the department should visit the dis trict at an early date to inspect various types of country, and that farmers undertake to supply means of convey ance within the district without expense to the department." This was carried. Messrs. Winnall, A. Elze, J. H. Drecke, R. Gould, and L. Bettiaqn (secretary) were appointed a committee to meet and assist the officer, and, with the ad dition of Mr. John Mosey, to co-operate with Eudunda committee. Messrs.'A. Elze, F. M. Jefferies, and L. ? Bettison undertook to assist taxpayers with ap peal forms. It was decided that in view of certain anomalies in valu...

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