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EXPORT LAMBS SUITABLE TYPES TO BREED Suggestions from Meat Export Board [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 25 February 1931

EXPORT LAMBS SUITABLE TYPES TO BREED Suggestions from Meat Export Board "An endeavor will be made by the board to annually chip parcels of Down cross lambs, hoping thereby to estab- The Paringa and Murtho farmers have and it Is considered possible to enrol the producers of this class, into a co operative movement with this object in view." This statement was con tained in a report, issued by the chair man' of the Meat Export Board (Mr. 6. A. W. Pope) at a meeting of that body on Monday. ' "There has," tne report continues, "developed in nearly every part of the world, and especially in the Smitnfield market, a demand for smaller carcases of mutton and lamb. The fat lamb carcase In greatest demand weighs 36 0). and under, with short fleshy' legs and shoulders, well developed fleshy loins, and no waste fat. To produce this type of lamb the Southdown ram Is essential, as proved by the success attained in New Zealand. The South down-Romney cross carcase commands the top price of all imp...

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

UNCLE TOBY'S OATS Consider this Breakfast from a HEALTH standpoint— It is a well known fact that no other cereal is so rich in protein, fat and salts as Oatmeal, and when eaten.'with the addition of a little sugar and fresh milk, it constitutes a tdghly nourishing food* perfectly balanced, easily digested and sustaining. Uncle Toby's Oats is definitely no more heating to die blood than die majority of foods. Remember too that such a food, properly cooked, is of far greater benefit than an uncooked or "prepared" food. Serve Uncle Toby's Oats for breakfast every morning, for in addition to being the most healthful of all foods, it is the most rrsTTHMnical —you can actually serve four plates for 3d. Send 3d. in stamps to our fydney Office for a book of recipes, showing how Uncle Toby's Oats may be used m many delightful ways. ?old everywhere Manufactured by CLIFFORD LOVE & CO. LTD. 75 Clarence Street, Sydney * Victorian Office: "Yorkshire Honae," 2O Queen Street, Melbourne UNCL...

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Rainbow Rainproofs [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 25 February 1931

Rainbow Rainproofs It is doubtful whether any garment has undergone a greater change of recent years than the rainproof coat. The pre-war mackintosh was cumber- some and drab, and the wearing of it could only be said to intensify the de pression of a wet day. Should the sun shine unexpectedly, it became com pletely out of place. The modern rain proof is a joy to behold and the daintiest form of coat to wear over a light frock. In variety and gaiety of colors it is suggestive of rainbows rather than rain. For these gar ments Lancashire produces cotton, from plain mercerised cloth to the fleecy cloth printed or woven in shot or check designs which forms the backing in the popular double-texture earments; Yorkshire produces the woollen cloths from Australian wool; and there is a proofing centre in each district. But rainproofs are also made in velvet, velveteen, satin, crepe-de chine. Japanese silk and all kinds of rayon. In contrast to the variegated and fashionable ladies* rainproofs...

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BY REQUEST Cakes and Puddings [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 25 February 1931

BY REQUEST Cakes and Puddings A correspondent asks me how she can turn a rich Christmas cake which has sunk very badly In the middle Into a pud- ding. For a moment I was going to say ding. For a moment I was going to say curry it. that being the remedy lor so many culinary failures. I believe that if It had a little warm milk, followed by half a dozen beaten eggs or less, according to size, poured over It It might be put in a basin with a floured cloth over It and boiled, or, better still, steamed for several hours. Perhaps some of my readers have performed similar culinary miracles, however, and will give us the benefit of their experience. Another reader wants a recipe for King Edward tarts. Wine Making "Duplex."-—Wine-making is an art that requires great care. There are a num ber of recipes. Here is one:—Ten pounds of fresh grapes are put In a large jar or crock, three quarts boiling water poured over them, and when the water Is cool enough to permit it. squeeze the grapes weU wi...

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WAR PENSIONS "INCREASED OUTLAY JUSTIFIED To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 25 February 1931

WAR PENSIONS "INCREASED OUTLAY JUSTIFIED* To the Editor. I am, sir, &c., "CITIXENS BATMAN" Sir in your issue of February 18 "Citizen" points out that in 1921 the total number of war pensions was 222,500 and the expenditure £7,289,000. In 1929 the pensions were 272,600, and the expendituie£7,734,ooo. He says, "in each of the last three years Ihe jump upwards has been about £200,000." Since 1 acceding K> his own figures, the es- Penditurl for 1U29 shows an increase of only £345,000 over the expenditure for 1921 one cannot see how he ar rives at the increase of £600,000 in three years. He says thnt tne num lier of incapacitated soldiers decreased SSnTBjOOO Si 1921 to 73.000 in 1929, ana *he denendents oi deceased soldiers ae creas^d from 49.00U in 1921 to 36.000 in 1929 while what he.calls the "queer part' of the business" is that the depen dents of incapacitated soldiers have in creased from 94,000 in 1921 to 163,000 in 1929. What is queer about thai? Is "Citizen" advocatin...

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ADELAIDE CUP MEETING Details of Stake Money RE-HANDICAPPING SYSTEM ADOPTED [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 25 February 1931

ADELAIDE CUP MEETING Details of Stake Money RE-HANDICAPPING SYSTEM ADOPTED Although the S.A.J.C. committee found it necessary to reduce the stake money for Its Adelaide Cup meeting to he held on May 9. 13. and 16. the programme is one which should receive the support of owners and trainers. On the first day. In addition to the Goodwood Handicap, two other Important events, tlie South Australian Stakes end the St. Leger, will be decided. Each of these will have £500 contributed to tnem by the club, tlie value of tie Leger being enriched by sweepstakes. As there were I 169 entries received, the total stake for this event should reach £700. The Goodwood Handicap nab been fixed at £500. and the Adelaide Cup ex 1.000 sovereigns. When the Cup stake was previously set down at £1.000 and less. It attracted such horses as Paul Fry, Tarquin. La Carabine, Dirk Hammerhand. The Victory, Footbolt, The Bride, Fleet Admiral, Veneda, Cats paw, Gnullo, and Gunga Din, and It Is expected that owners, r...

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ON THE TRACKS Tattersalls Candidates at Morphettville [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 25 February 1931

ON THE TRACKS Tattersalls Candidates at Morphettville At Morphettville on Tuesday morning the course proper 10 yards from the in- side rails was in use. end the times for the gallops executed on It were:— Four furlongs—Lady Doriece and Fo Fo. S3V*. Five furlongs—Vermonlcus, 1.4%. Six furlongs—Enchantment at her ease, 1.28: Newgate and Miss JoTmnle. 1.20. Eight furlongs—Last Report, 1.46. Ten furlongs—Glucose. 2.16>i. On the tan track the times were:— Three furlongs—Belle of Richmond. 40. She went six furlongs. Oakland Belle, 41?,?: Goonloo, 40V4. Four furlongs—High Voltage, 54; Com prador, 52U: Wongala. 52?i. Five furlongs—Winsome Gold. 1.5%: Denisienne, evens: Gloria ACundl end ?Clearness, 1.10%: Blonde. 1.9. Six furlongs—Preston Queen. 1.26; None ?ia and Night Opera, 158;: Librettist and Libretto. l-20>i; Ronaestor. 1.20; Ceilidh and Malt Prince. 1.22. Seven furlongs—Preston King. ISSSY*; Flying Two. 1.37: AUerue. 133V4; Nar Plume. 1.39; Steel Guitar, 1.35>i. Eight furlcn...

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MOUNT GAMBIER WEIGHTS [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 25 February 1931

MOUNT GAMBIER WEIGHTS RON MARCH 7 NOTICE PLATE Five furlongs. Welght-for-age st. ib. St. lb. Ludelona „ .. S ULanscot 8 5 Arrowle .. .. 8 llCarawood ....8 5 Conquest .. .. 8 llGeoma ~ .... 8 5 Bwiftbone .. .. 8 U Pearl wood ... 8 5 Gulmore <late Audax 8 5 Rambler) .. 811 White Dennis .85 St. Dunclad .. 8 11 Indian Head ..8 5 Eomerton ... 811 Dutch Doll and Boolbeck .. .. 811 Queen Amanus not Greenskate ... 8 Ineligible. HURDLE RACE Two miles and 44 yards St. Spa 11 4 Yundamlndra . S 7 Eastwell 10 6 Dutch Doll ..9 4 Bliss Magic .. 912 Dark giig ..9 3 Tnarcool .. .. 910 Discourse ....90 LAURIE HANDICAP One mile Mlstone .... 9 2 Bonny Deen .. 710 Bufiord .. .. 812 Blzzmarta ... 7 0 Bay Eoad .. .. 7 10 Alwar 7 0 Blela 7 10Seatrip 7 0 HAIG STEEPLECHASE Two miles and one furlong Galashlels . .. 10 0 Slrclusloa ... 9 0 Lyn Lee .. .. 912 Stonefleld ... 9 0 Scapato .. .. 9 7 Sandy Scot ..9 0 Dunvegan .... 9 5 Fighting Mac . 9 0 Plain Class ... 9 5 Nancy Foy ..9 0 Merri Mack ..9 1 ...

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MENTONE TO-DAT [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 25 February 1931

MENTONE TO-DAT Acceptances and Positions 1.45 (Adei. time) —TRIM, HURDLE RACE Tiro miles and. 20 yards et.lb. St. IS. 5 Kalasble .. 10 6 3 Destine .... 9 2 2 Boocszlian . 911 1 Lyell Boy .90 4 Lanary .... S 2 6 Singleton . 9 0 2JS—TWO-YEAR-OLD HANDICAP Six furlongs 11 Heroic Prince 9 0 13 Anomalous . 1 2 12 La Jaconde 8 4 BLa Madeira. 7 2 10 Stardom .. 7 9 14 Dollar Lone 7 0 4 Stafford ... 7 9 9 Nlantic .... 6 U 2 Merrlleas ..776 Opera King 611 7 Black Alex 7 5 5 Cupidity ...69 3 Jason .... 7 2 1 FligHt Patrol 6 7 2.4S—HANDICAP BRUSH STEEPLECHASE Two miles and. one furlong 8 Gudroon .. 11 G, 5 Loch Willie fl 4 9 Eonorium .. 10 9 6 Avro Avian . 8 2 2 Bursary ... 10 61 7 Snooting Boy 9 0 4 Melton Siar 10 ?? 3 Little Elver 9 0 1 TTanriri ... 9 41 3JS—NEWMARKET TRIAL STAKES Six furlongs 12 Molllson . . B 41 4 Ermine ... 7 7 5 Holdfast ... 9 d 7 Amanthus 7 S 1 Waugoola ..88 2 Broten DoU 613 6 DavtdGarrlck;B C U Tirailleur 6 12 3 Pure Blend 710 8 Sir France . 610 9 Toussalnt.. 7 10 10 Pol...

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

BY MISTAKE I Took Cheap aspirin Wondered What Had Cone Wrong With My Heart n9M?L^ ** COR years I had found a few 'ASPRO' Tablets all I needed to get rid of a ?*? Cold, Tin Attack, etc, and keep me fit for business. . Over the week-end I developed a nasty Cold and took three tablets before I^VJnK^T retiring, but to my surprise I -woke up worse in the morning. I repeated the TjEf l^aWato dose at intervals of four hours, but instead of getting better, I -wondered -what jttWt\^o^^m>**X^Kk had gone wrong with my heart; the palpitation was awful. ml *Ba^afc^ l^t l^aV * asked my wife what could be the matter because 'ASPRO' had never tailed ?V'V^ '~* M j^K me. She informed me that the tablets I had taken were not 'ASPRO' but were fa /k I^E <^>caP Aspirin tablets she had bought by the hundred. V flm^***-.- yjl Ia 1 V I tad them thrown in the dust-bin. Then I took three 'ASPRO' and a _MJB? A ? hot cmoa drink, went to bed, and woke up quite O.K-and ready for business." 1 Tie ...

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MINING NEWS TELEGRAMS FROM MANAGERS [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 25 February 1931

MINING NEWS TELEGRAMS FROM MANAGERS Arrow Syndicate. Limited.—The secre- tary advises having received the following telegram from the manager on the field, dated February 21:—"Value In the stope and Incline shaft Is maintained; crushing commenced yesterday evening." MANAGERS' REPOETS Klmberiey oil Options, Xl, for nalf month ending February 14.—"Patricia South—Norm drive at 100 It., advanced drive 11 ft. Assay values—At 2 ft., 5 oz. 8 dwt. 18 er.: at 8 ft, 4 oz. 6 dwt. 18 gr : at 11 ft- 6 oz. 10 dwt. 12 gr., over a widtH of 3 ft. South drive at 100 ft., advanced drive 8 ft. Assay values-T-At 2 It.. 2 oz. 4 dwt 14 ex.: at 5 ft., 3 oz. 18 dwt. 15 §j.: at s ft.. 5 oz. IS dwt. 12 er- over a width of 3 ft Ealsed brace and laid tramlines. Cut a quantity of mining timber." Broken *"" South. Limited. lor week ended February 21.—"Mining— Winze, 625 ft. level, sec. JEf. Sunk 13 Vi to 23?4 ft; face continues In schist. Rise. 970 ft leveUiec. KU- Elsen 9to 47 ft. iSsloolage completed tbe rise. ...

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MOVEMENTS OF VESSELS DUE TO-DAY [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 25 February 1931

MOVEMENTS OF VESSELS DUE TO-DAY City of Pittsburgh, from New York, morn- ing. Queen's Wharf. Elder, Smith and Co. Mongolla, form eastern States, 9 p.m. Mongolia, from eastern States. 9 pjn. Outer Harbor. Elder. Smith & Co. Karoola. from Albany and Fremantle, 1 p.m.. No. 2 Quay. McDwralth, McEacharn. Ltd. Mulcra. tram Spencer Gulf ports. Com mercial Wharf. Adelaide Steamship Co. Kopoola. from Stansbury end Port Vin cent, evening, McLaren Wharf. Coast steamships.-. TO-MORBOW Unden, from Pacific coast ports, morning. No. 2 Quay. Howard Smith, Ltd. Luceraa. from Singapore, afternoon. Blr kenhead Wharf. SheU Co. of Australia. Karatta, from Kingscote and American Hlver. evening. McLaren Wharf. Coast Steamships. Mlnnlpa. from Port Lincoln, " a,m.. Cop per Company's Wharf. Adelaide Steam ship Co. Koo rak&, Irom Edlthburgh, afternoon. Mc- Laren Wharf. Coast Steamships. SAILING TO-DAY (Circumstances permitting) Golden Bear, for Pacific coast, via Sydney, afternoon, from No. 2 ...

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BUSINESS BRISKER Price Movements Irregular [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 25 February 1931

BUSINESS BRISKER Price Movements Irregular Although Commonwealth Loans, other in- vestments, and miscellaneous industrials were more active on the Stock Exchange of Adelaide yesterday, the volume of business put throucrh was again below normal, and price movements were Irregular. Barriers weakened a little in sympathy with the declines in the London market for lead and spelter, but Broken Hill South and North Broken Hlil supplied substantially in creased turnover.- Copper and tin stocks remained quiet, and another dull market was experienced for gold mining companies* shares. The following table shows how yesterdays closing cash sales compared with preceding Rises ' Commonwealth s\i per cent... 1943 .... 2,' C Commonwealth 6 per cent, 1932 .. .. ?&/$ Bank of Adelaide 1/ Goldsbrough. Mort .. .. .. .. Y. .. 3a. Sou til Australian Gas .. ?? ?? .. .. 2d Holden's. ord. .. ~ . 3d Mount Lyell .. .. .. so. Kimberley Options, con. .. .. .. .. .. ld. Falls Commonwealth s>,i per cen...

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CLEARING SALE [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 25 February 1931

CLEARING SALE GOLDSBROUGH MORT & CO, LTD.. re port having conducted a successful clear ing sale on account of Mr. J. A. Simmons, on the property, situated five miles south property, five miles soutn of Murraytown, on Monday. February 16. The stock were in splendid condition, snd the plant in good order. There was a. par ticularly large attendance from the sur rounding and outside districts, and with keen competition, a very satisfactory sale resulted. Prices as under:—Sheep—23B breeding ewes, mixed ages. 11/1; 99 wethers, 2. 4. and 6 tooth, 10/; 142 larrbs mixed I sexes, as dropped, small. 6/8: 44 aged =wes. i 4/6. Horses—Draught geldings. £7. £B. £19. £19/10/. to £22/10/. draught mares. £16. £18/10/. £19/10/, £20 to £22/10/; i draught filly, unbroken, £17/10/; light j mare, broken to saddle and harness. £7 10/. Cattle—l milch cow. £9/10/ Plant f-ln. table top trolley. £27; 15 tine corn -bine, £22/10/: grader and pickler. com buned. £21; 5 furrow plough, £11/10/;, Fisher cul...

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WORD GOLF Make News-Bill SIX STROKES ARE ALLOWED [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 25 February 1931

WORD GOLF Make News-Bill SIX STROKES ARE ALLOWED A news-bill Is the sheet yon see in the morning setting out the feature of the news in the daily newspaper, To make news-bill looks easy, and is mDr not very difficult, but a score teKUafr Boeey would be meritorious. Tte rules are few and simple. CSntdce the one word to the other by ?Sense one letter et a time. Each stroke, or alteration, must make a word t& common use. Slang, dialect, abbre ctstions. and proper names are oarred. Tl? order of the letters must not be chanced Por example, change news to dawn In four strokes—News, yews, yaws. yawc ca-WTL Now try to-day's problem. Bogey k six. ? I A corespondent sends a solution of Saturday's problem. Pray to Amen, ?rort?c on: in 12, bu: using Oyer, which Is bo* a word in common use. Se*fetal correspondents send the ioi tcwriag Krcte for Steps to Leaps (Bogey S>:—STEPS. SEEPS, Si-;r;nS, TFTrvrg fjpfttrs LEAPS. Here is a Biroie for Wicks to Lamps tor two correspondents:—WlCKS f~...

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MYSTERIOUS DEATH AT COLLEGE Student Suffocated FOUND SECURELY BOUND AND GAGGED LONDON, February 24. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 25 February 1931

MYSTERIOUS DEATH AT COLLEGE Student Suffocated FOUND SECURELY BOUND AND GAGGED LONDON, February 24. Until Sir Bernard Spilsbury con- ducted a post mortem examina- tion, and expressed the opinion that death was due to suffocation, Scotland yard was at its wits' end to account for the death of the 19 -year-old freshman, Francis Ellis, who was found dead in bis bed room at Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge. He was completely bound and gagged, eight handkerchiefs, a pad, and some wool having been tied-round his face. His hands and arms were fas tened behind, and his legs and feet were bound with puttees. His arms and legs were lashed together with wire flex. No sound was heard from his room all night long, and there was no -*^pti of a struggle. i The police said that one man could not have so tied him without aid, and the idea that his death was the tragic end to a rag was scouted, as was also the possibility that Ellis trussed him self. No strangers were seen in the building. The theory...

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THE THIRD DEGREE By R.A.J. Walling Author of "The Fatal Glove." &c., WHAT HAS HAPPENED SO FAR [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 25 February 1931

THE THIRD DEGREE By R.A.J. Walling Author of "The Fatal Glove," &c. WHAT HAS HAPPENED SO FAR John Belliver, an articled clerk in a lawyer's office, is in love with Phyllis Lan- son, his employer's niece. Lanson, who has always treated Belliver like a son, suddenly changes his attitude and forbids his friendship with Phyllis. Belliver, bewildered by this change of front, be- comes suspicious of Lanson's friend Baird, a rich elderly merchant. Soon after- wards Lanson is found dead in Baird's billiard room. Belliver is arrested, but escapes, wanted on a charge of wilful mur- der. Lanson's old clerk then discovers that instead of leaving his niece a fortune, Lanson has left her penniless. Phyllis consults Fewings, a journalist friend of Belliver's. They find records of long- standing payments in thousands of pounds to a mysterious "Samuel" Belllver. Few- ings traces a schoolmaster of that name at Lakeford, and discovers that he is hiding young Belliver. So do the police, how- ev...

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

JEI wearu men listless women dull chnaren tak€ this road to healthy energy DO you realise that yoinv trouble comes largely from imperfect elimination? Take Figsen, the natural laxative which does not purge or gripe and see what a difference will be made to your health. That is the sensible way to follow Nature's own road to health. Figsen is as dose to Nature in its action as human skill can make it. No unpleasant after effects, perfectly safe end utterly dependable fifISEN There fa a K&al ¥ ,^S 'M^—~Ji Family ilrdwlne for / ?B,WiM^)V every ordinary ail- J ( JJ&Wt4^\ 2 fne"soid only 'by '^)£j£joM Chemists l*/^^/^ T~|UPLICATE BILLHEAD CHECK BOOKS *^ specially adapted for Drapers. Store feeepers. and Retailers generally. "The Advertiser" Office. Waymoutb-streetk Adelaide, LUSTRE Merely Hixury with Economy^fl^^m Prices are a revelation in economical value as you will find ¥ V /t^^M^f^ on inspection at any smart store. But insist on Lustre and ISffil'tfeilra/ s*5i3SS? ~T...

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SERIAL STORY THE ADVENTURES OF LOUIS DE ROUGEMONT AS TOLD BY HIMSELF SYNOPSIS [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 25 February 1931

SERIAL STORY THE ADVENTURES OF LOUIS DE ROUGEMONT AS TOLD BY HIMSELF SYNOPSIS Louts de Roug[?]mont left France when [?] and embarked on the Velelland with Peter Jensen at Singapore on a pearling expedition south of New Cuinea, Because ttc haul was good. Jensen stared too long I avt aea, and a violent storm swept his boats : and divers airay, leaving de Rougejnont ! ?lone oa tne VeielUnd. Searching fcr j laad. be ?£ wrecked on a tiny Island. I vbcre strange experiences belell him. He ?—l?—^ the days and months with pearl ?heUs. -uH of Despair wlen vessels passed without swing liis signals. Stores had keen landed from the wrecked Velelland, czkd d& Etousemom buiit a. crude boat J which he was unable to sail out of the hw&sd is^ooE surrounded by coral. His ?ale companion was bis dog Bruno, until a zaft, ?fm*?tnir? E a native, his wife, and i two boys drtlts on the sandbank. Alter j some months they all escape In the boat Rougemont has built, and the Island dis- I appeal...

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Advertiser Crosswords—4 [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 25 February 1931

Advertiser Crosswords — 4 T^i f^H? 5?- Arcti. DOWN 6. Monsters. ?n?nrc S8- RituaL 1. Profits. 9. Farming. i SSrSS- ? S9- Composition. 2. March. 10. Before. ? SS?^ "^ 62- Attacker. 3. Metals. 11. Colors. ? raw 6i- Urse- *- D^r- IS. Soldier. ? iSS?" S5- Vioieaee. 5. Smaa figures. 17. Carnival. l* >i^?S W. E*uit. 6. Bone. ? 20. Rates. E: SSSSi 67- Backs. 7. Burden. 21. Fuel. ? 2£r^ o . . ? ?. 2t Tracts. lllS^tsect Solnhon No. 3 25. Gardening f^tf^^k^^ ? term, as. IbSaced. |? UjV 1't If jwMv. l c j f. inff^} a K, I 27. Clot 2" Si? |p|u1r £ LIHJBe. I. ??!' Ulv E|o| 34. Food. ? Io|nI' o nII^Iq r eHt e a"B 35. Soothes. SSto^ - ? M-hJilaiLlu r tMrI?j 39- Field **" M Pn>" HE lW^1 A ' NllH^MAFlE 41- Sh^ings. x S^S HI ?! u k ebMlli IeJoIeTsI 43. Writes. SS teSk. Eli EPW? nte rt T ?? Barley. ? F& A1H EH' SI A1 V EMn Ar1 ?? Strain^. ?: to^" iU fplBiThEuiiLk 53- Cowsheds. C ra- Insect-

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