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"ENORMOUS AMOUNT OF BETTING" Han Fined £70 on First Conviction [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 25 February 1931

'ENORMOUS AMOUNT OF BETTING' Man Fbed £70 on First Conviction Robert Harry Lambe, of Norwood, pleaded noz guilty before Mr. W. V. Ray. Sit, in ihe Adelaide Police Court yesterday to a charge of having been at the Bath Hotel, Parade, Norwood, on December 6 for Mas purpose of un lawful betttirur. Mr. Bond prosecuted; and Lambe was represented by Mr. J. M. Hague. Lambe was convicted and fined £70, with £1 5/ costs, in default three months' imprisonment. Three months were allowed in which to pay. The magis trate said that though it was a first conviction, he thought that the penalty should be higher than the minimum of £50. The books showed an enormous amount of betting.

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

WORKS FOURTEEN HOURS A DAY AT SIXTY-ONE ! BprtSb:— Ort all Day— Home at Eight! MD IEVBT TIRED! Wj||V^ Hats RmtkHftr ^KcKisi^ J** » ^widuful record ! No wonder Mr Mead* are amned at her vitality. Aad no wonder «fae fa grateful to Mmi winch makes such energy and ?ctlviry fusible. '*^f age ? ei yean, so yon will see 1 y ttot a yymg woman. I am out all iT. ' 'l*J'ia to ?' weather, and bave bee* bow for 15 yean. I am up every ??'?'???t ?o'clock, and standing all oayvBtuy Mttmg down for breakfast, ttaner, tea, antu 8 o'doeic at night. tVatite often «ay to me 'How tired yoo ?Mat be.* They cannot understand when I aay *No— I don't get tired.' Ibea I am often asked how it is I look ?? wcD aud never get rheumatism, and am always fit for work. I ten them it ?Mat be the ' little daily doie/ of Knis tfaea Salts takm every morning, in my ??ft cap of tea. For ten years I have *ft«kea the dafly dose of Kruschen Salts ~~aad bave kept well in health — never bad a doctor since I started to take tbeta....

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

EXTRA STEEL— GREATER STRENGTH Chassis JL 2, 6 5 Complete with Five Tyres WITH a chassis weighing 159 300 lbs. heavier than any competitor in its price class, and 6-spokc steel artillery wheels, the Willys Sir Trnck owner is . assured of that extra strength to meet all emergencies. The Willys Six offers greater power — 55 h.p.; Foil Forced Feed Lubrication; a Heavy Counter balanced Crankshaft; and a host of other vitally important high-quality truck features. Ton naturally expect from your track efficient, trouble-free service even nnder the most strenuous con- . ditions. The Willys Six is built for Just that kind of service— speedy, safe, dependable transportation with a minimum of upkeep costs. Test out the Willys Six to-day. WILLYS SIX gma^om^: 30 cwt Truck OVERLAND SOUTH AUSTRALIA- LTD. SHOWROOMS: 68-70 FRANKLIN STREET General Offices, Sate* and Service Departments tHW 253-260 PIRIB STREET, ADELAIDE, 8 JL. ?

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RETURNED SOLDIERS LEAGUE NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 25 February 1931

RETURNED SOLDIERS LEAGUE NOTES Tbt next meeting of the Btate Coun cfl of the League has been called for Tnnrsday. March 12, at 10 o'clock. CUUUBfCE PAHS A ladies' social evening was held In toe Csnaee Park Institute oa Tuesday. Fen. roaxy lTtti. There was a good attendance. asms* and rtaririrtg- made an enjoyable evening* programme. Dances will be Held tn tbe Institute on Saturday, February 28. ana alternate Saturdays. Tbc proceeds will be derated to the alleviation of dis tress among returned soldiers In the dis trtet. The monthly meeting will be held co Ttunsday. February 21. OBBOBOO Ax m recent meeting It was decided not to ooM the ''Mi sports meeting; this year oA account of past advene seasons. Tias R&A. sports at Orraroo. which in the past bave been b*Id snniialy Is the largest pedestrian and cytie racing caralv&l held In the north, and It Is regretted that the swumriiiai base been farced to abandon Uhsd for tnb year. nr.i»« Die iwwnttiiy meeting was held tn th...

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

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DEAF WATCHMAN Could Not Hear Traffic Police [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 25 February 1931

DEAF WATCHMAN Could Not Hear Traffic Police 'He was very deaf and we had to sound the horn riprht behind him three or four times before Ite heard us.' sairi Motor Traffic Constable Thompson, when giving evidence in the Traffic Court yesterday against Frank Cham berlain, a night watchman, who was charged with riding a bicycle with no r»ar Iteht or reflector in Currie-street on December 26. Mr W. Hall, SM.- He has written a letter to say he cannot attend tlfe court on account of deafness. I had better not ask xrhere he is employed as a watchman.' Chamberlain wa.s finpd 5/. trrh costs £1. Constable J. A. Buttfield prose cuted.

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CRIMINAL SESSIONS Chance for Man Who Stole Cycle [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 25 February 1931

CRIMINAL SESSIONS Chance for Man Who Stole Cycle At the Criminal Court yesterday, before the Chief Justice (Sir George Murray), Keith Frederick John West ley (IS), laborer, of Glenelg, admitted having, at Glenelg, on DecemDer 18 last, stolen a motor cycle belonging to Howard Henry Fletcher, and valued at £00. Mr. A. L. Pickering, of the Crown Law Department, appeared for the pro secution. Mr. C. A. Sandery (Public Solicitor), who represented Westley, said that it was his first conviction, and that the machine had not been damaged. His Honor, in adjourning the matter until Friday, said he was prepared to release Westley under the Offenders Probation Act upon him entering into a bond of £20 to be of good behaviour for 12 months, with two sureties of £20 each. False Pretences Admitted George Hutton (51), shopkeeper, late of Kilkenny, admitted having obtained from Walier Levi Emmerton, at Kil kenny, on June 29, with intent to de fraud, £300. by having falsely pretended that he held a se...

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DEALER'S MOTOR BIKE NOT REGISTERED "Too Much of This," Magistrate Says [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 25 February 1931

DEALER'S MOTOR BIKE NOT REGISTERED 'Too Much of This,' Magistrate Says 'We have had several cases like this from your firm.' said Mr. W. Hall, S.M., in the Traffic Court yesterday to a man charged with rising an un registered motor cycie. 'If it goes on I sliall have to make the ssntencas more severe,' he added. The defendant, John Laurence Wise, stated that he had charge of the re pair department of a firm of motor dealers. The machine he was riding was a secondhand one, which had been reclaimed from a cliert three weeks be fore. He usually tack it to ride home on. It still bore a disc, and he did not know that it had not been regis tered by the firm on repossession. 'You should have known that, ha your position.' said Mr. Hall, 'and your firm had better give instructions that discs are to be removed from these machines. I am not suggesting that they are trying to evade payment of the registration fee, but there is too much of this going on. The maximum penalty is £50.' Wise was fi...

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CIVIL SITTINGS—MARCH [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 25 February 1931

CIVIL SITTINGS— MARCH Before Mr. Justice Angus Parscns. Tuesday. March 3. at 10.30 a.m. — Atitoott — Bagofs Executor Trustee & Agency Co., Ltd.. v Rawo^le and orhers — Blackburn. Edmunds — James v Pope and others — Crown Solicitor. Wednesday. MarcJi «. — Thomson — High- lands. Ltd.. v Deputy Commissioner of Taxation ? Powers. Fisher — Badman v JSvans — Ba fcer. Thnrsdav. Mnrch S— Melville — Hcrdacre v Hordacre — Adams. lladdeford — Dur.n v Bunn— Travere. Friday, March 6.— Sandery— Fenton v Fcnton and Symonds — B. Harry. Sandery ? Curyer v Curycr aud Jarman--R. Ila-ry. Tuesday, March 10. — Rollison — John and another v Coles and anotarr — Alderman. Kearney— Adams v Adams — Hunter. ? Wednesday. Marcli 11.— FUi r— Austra- lian Provincial Assurance Assoc.ntion. Ltd., v Slater — Thomson. Genders— Trlckett v Sanders — Blackburn. Thursday, March 12. — Hargrave — Pascoe and Co Ltd., v Holdeu's Motor Body Builders. Ltd.— Browne. Baker— Crescoe Fertilisers Ltd., v Williams — Cleland F...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 25 February 1931

MINIATURE GOLF AND A VIS*'!1 to CanlfieW races were amonj the engagements of ttie Premier of Victoria (Mr. Hogan) on Saturday. Hefa shown teytog Ms sHH at a garden party at Kew, given by Mr. J P Jones, in aid of St. Vincent's Hospital. Sir. Jones and Mrs. Hogan look on with interest and smiles. ?

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FEARED KEEPING WIFE WAITING No Excuse for Speeding; £10 Fine [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 25 February 1931

FEARED KEEPING WIFE WAITING No 'Excuse for Speedbg; £10 Fine 'My client's excuse — and I can scarcely imagine a better one— was the fear of matrimonial displeasure,' said Mr. H. G. Alderman, in the Traffic Court yesterday, when George Thomas Bloomneid, commercial traveller, of Greenhill-road, Monreith, was charged before Mr. W. Hall, SJVL, with having on January 21 driven a motor car on the Anzac Highway at speeds varying from 45 to 53 miles an hour. It was stated that Bloomfield was supposed to meet his wife and two young children, who had spent a long, hot day at Glen elg, between 7 and 730 pjn^ and it was then S pjn. The minimum fine of £10 was imposed, with £1 costs. Constable J. A. Buttfleld prosecuted. r

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COMPLAINT DISMISSED [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 25 February 1931

COMPLAINT DISMISSED Messrs. F. W. Harrop and J. Fowler delivered reserved judgment in the Ade laide Police Court yesterday in the case m winch Richard Howard Gasmier, of Port-road. Albert Park, was charged on the complaint of Arthur Enifer Hub bard, of Harrow-street, Malvern, with having on Januarv 16, az Adelaide, un lawfully obtained the use or hire oi a motor cycle by fraud or misrepresenta tion by falselv pretending that a cer tain paper was a valid order for the payment of money. The complaint was dismissed.

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GIRL GUIDE NOTES GREAT PREPARATIONS FOR VISIT OF CHIEFS [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 25 February 1931

GIRL GUIDE NOTES GREAT PREPARATIONS FOR VISIT OF CHIEFS By 'GtnDEK' Meetings were all well attended List week. The Executive bad a busy time making further arrangements for the visit of the World Chief Scout and Guide (Lord end Lady Baden Powell). A sub-committee was formed, com prising the Deputy State Chief (Miss V. Raton). Mesdames S. Rvmill (Hon. State Secretary), L. Lewis and G. Gun son, and Misses Watson Miethke arri Bennett, to make final arrangements. Mrs. Charles Hayward, Head of Fin ance for the Association, has under taken to supervise tbe renovation of headquarters committee room. Country Dance Classes Practice for guiders (not guides) in country dancing will be held at head quarters on Friday. Commissioners are invited to attend to superintend the preparation of their Guides for the rally/ Official Circular A circular rms? been issued seeking details of probable attendances at functions during the visit of the chiefs. Guiders are asked to regard tbe matter as urgent, an...

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IN CHAMBERS Before a Master. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 25 February 1931

IN CHAMBERS Before a Master. At 10.30 a.m. — Chani'oi'r business,

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LAW COURTS SUPREME COURT CRIMINAL Before the Chief Justice. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 25 February 1931

LAW COURTS SUPREME COURT CRIMINAL Before the Chief Justice. At 10 a.m., to-day.— Bex v Camp, Res v Casscy.

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CHEWED THE EVIDENCE Cafe Proprietor Fined £25 on Betting Charge [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 25 February 1931

CHEWED THE EVIDENCE Cafe Proprietor Fined £25 on Betting Charge A remarkable story of a constable's attempt to take a piece of paper wanted as evidence from the mouth of a man intent on chewing it up, was told in the Port Adelaide Police Court yester-   day.   Herbert Wilson admitted having been     the occupier of the Golden Cabin din-   ing rooms. Semaphore-road, Semaphore,   which were used for the purpose, of     betting by persons who resorted there   on December 26.     Inspector Noblet. who prosecuted,   told Mr. G. W. Halcombe, S.M, that     Constables Turnbull and Starr watched     the shop for about an hour early in   the afternoon on Boxing Day. They     saw 15 men and two women go in.   When the constables entered t...

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

. AUCTIONS . ABSRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION THIS . DAY. Inx * Erix- —At Hjl.f?T-?t. at ll—Motoi *£ara?rt Stock. Uotcr Fart*, fee. t\ atataMnium. —Al tbe Keir Saleroom*, ?t 10 1. K. Hi 3 t Co. —Daily Produce, Poultry, ftc, at it. TO MOTOR TRIMMERS, UPHOLSTERERS, MOTOR TRADE, AND THE PUBLIC GENERALLY. VOttAT fWedaesdsy). 2Sth February. AT liMt ASD MPORTiNT SALE OF MOTOR trimmers stock, motor parts. *c ?? thz premises, surplus salvage stores, haufai-street. sear esq william-street. QAA HIDES OF LEATHER, ndtable OUv for Motor Trimmm, Upholateren. ?* tor Asroaa, H^ipeis, and variant other use*. ?* AAA YARDS FABRIKOBD, LEA ?*UUU THERETTE OB REUSE, ia larious designs and colons. IAAA YARDS GRET VELODB MO ?VUU OCETTE, nitable far enj das? at Upholstery. IM "TEW MOTOR SEATS, CTJSHIOS PRESS, LEATHER PLEATER. DICKY EEAT FRAMES, ?OOD ASD SIDE CURTAIN'S FITTINGS, ETEZL BARBELS. DOOR COVERS. KEW ?TCOGCARDS. SQOA3 SPRCtGS, AND urge QUAsnTY of ammusttios ?DXSS. BJL FORES. OIL PATSTS, MATS. LEATHER DCE...

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

OBITUARY Mrs. Sarah Ann Fidler, who died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. A.E. Wiese, "Clifton Farm," Bordertown, on Monday, February 16, was an old resi- dent of the Tatiara district. Mrs. Fid ler, who was the widow of the late Mr. George Fidler, was the eldest daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Amos Mott and was born at MUang in 1846. She was married in 1886 in the MUang Congre gational Church, the marriage being the first in that church. Mr. and Mrs. Fid ler left MUang in 1874 for Tatiara, but after two years they "removed to Lucin dale, where Mr. Fidler took up land for farming. After eight years he de cided that the land was too wet for successful farming. He returned to Ta tiara, and took up land at Bordertown. At that time wheat was 1/8 per bushel, and oats only realised 9d. per bushel.' After 12 years Mr. and Mrs. Fidler left Tatiara and went to Broken ?prill, but 10 years later again returned to Bor dertown, and took a small farm near the town. Some years ago they retired a...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 25 February 1931

BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS Arr-ouncements under thu ncadlng must te authenticated by the mmc and aadrcss of the sender, end are inserted at a charge of Two Shillings and SU nance each when not exceeding Eve lines: over five Uses. Sixpence per line. Death Advertisements In which a Funeral Announcement Is mp.de are charged for as if the Death and Funeral were sepa rate announcements, namely—The mml ciuin charge of 2/6 and 3/4 respectively ta Memor lam and Death Advertisements containing reference to more thap one deceased are charged 2/6 each for each deceased mentioned, as If they were dis * Unce tald separate announcements. ErNo£cSelr%uS d th?"K23S£i ?£ ""^ """^ BIRTHS HEINRICH (nee Eva Kearney).—On the 12th February, at Maitland Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. Clem Heinrich, of Kilkerran—a bonny son. ABBOTT.—On the 19th February, at "Chatham" Private Hospita,. Chatham road, Keswick, to Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Abbott of Allchurch-avenue, Kurralta Park—a daughter (Vahla Margaret). KENNEDY (n...

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COMMONWEALTH BANK [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 26 February 1931

COMMONWEALTH BANK The following are the figures ol the abridged returns of the note Issue and general banting departments of the Com- monwealth Bank for the week ended Feb- ruary 23. Details for the previous week are given for comparison:— j NOTE ISSUE DEPARTMENT , Feb. 16 Feb. 23 ; Liabilities— £. £ Note Issues 45.653.426 45.653 436 J Other liabilities .. 136.975 129.978 J Assets— < Gold coin and bul- t lion .. 15.385.717 15.335.717 Debentures and ether securities .. 4,646.460 4.639 463 * Other assets 25,758.224 25.758.224 1 GENERAL BANKING DEFABTMEUT 1 Liabilities— Capital and reserve J fund 4.568.803 4.868.803 I Deposits 51,369.943 54,320,913 ' Bins ps.V2.DIe and 1 other liabilities .. 3.378,518 2181 573 Couj and bul.ion and ] cash balances .. . 1.596.670 1.568 U? ? Australian notes .. 7.014,754 6.595,398 \ Money at shirt call ' in London 4.047,000 6,477.000 3 Shf/rt term loans In 1 Australia 11.884,921 12,478,377 ] Government and other securities .. 23.182,922 23182 9...

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