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SOCIAL AT MILANG [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931
SOCIAL AT MDLANG Nearly 200 persons accepted the Invita tion of Mr. and Mrs. F. Hassam to a ' dance In the institute to celebrate tbe coming of age of their only daughter. Dul cle The ball was decorated with blue and white streamers and foliage. Tbe 1 'Melodlans' (Mllang orchestra) supplied , music for dancing. Miss Clalr Clegitett sane. and~ a recitation was given by Mist J D. Davis. Monte Carlo dances were won j by Mr. R. Allchurch and Miss L. AUen. and Miss U-rna Clepeett and Mr. L. Rdd- ! ford. A lucky spot dance was won by Miss ' Rita Pavy and Mr. F. Grimwood Mr ' H. Newell (uncle) presented Miss Tfcgcf' i with a large Bold key. on which were the autocrraphs of almost all present. A birth day cake, decorated with 21 candles, was cut by Miss Hassam and handed round.
SURPRISE PARTY AT NORMANWILLE [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931
SURPRISE PARTY AT NORMAOTILLE A surprise visit was paid to Miss Samp son, of Normnnville. The Rev. H. A. Mil ler took charge of the afternoon, and congratulated Miss Sampson. Messrs. W. j H. Sampson and Charles Sanders also spoke. The women present brought and provided afternoon tea. A cake made by Mis E. A. Nerwznann was cut bv Miss Sampson. ?
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931
1 JLi in a packpf, I j — enouqd bo lost me lonqest dwf/ 1 !? ! 27 State Express 'Three-threes' in one I ! ! packet. 27 cigarettes of Ardath quality — ? i ? enough tine smoking to last the longest day. H ! fii And note how they're packed ! In three foil- U ^ 9 for6B Ij 18 for T | 27for\'6 ¥M Also Flat Fifties, |ii| Flat Hundreds l;|j-| and Round |§j Airtight Fifties mm wrapped sections, each section steadied by a H fixed cardboard rib that won't let the cigar- I ettes move, shake, loosen or get flabby as I the packet slowly empties ! Another great I 3 3 3's contribution to finest smoking I enjoyment ! B CORK TIPPED, AND PLAIN I
DO TOU KNOW? ANSWERS [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931
DO YOU KNOW? ANSWERS 1. A contraction of Mary Mbg&K^ . who was depicted uy ancient mafctex£~ as lackadaisical of countenance and with eyes swollen wltb 'weeping. , 2 King' Herod. 3. In 1863. 4. East Texas. 5. South Australia is one-slkth larger 6. Tbe word is a combination of the Saxon 4igod' or 'eood,' and 'spell'' is a narrative, tbe two words togetber sig nifying 'good news.' Questions cm Page 11.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931
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RING BOWLS [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931
RING BOWLS Besults of Edinburgh Clubs tourney for trophies presented by the club and Mrs. J Brewln:— 3. Atkins. 21; L. Davey, 19; J. Harrison. 18; W. Phillips. 16. Challenge for club's medallion:— R. Loney, 21. d. W. Sheppard. 19. and became the holder for the 20th time.
Latest Scratdiings Melbourne. October 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931
Latest Scratching Melbourne. October S. VAT.C. Spring Meeting. — Caulfleld Cup — Knight's Favor. GUae&way, Harbinger, rsfcander. Toorak Handicap — Umbertana, Beautify, Gordon's Leap. Pacific Flight. Pure Blend. Caulfield Guineas — Concen- tric Bondalina. La Justice. Perlnthus. Ty rium, heighten Patch, Heroic Prince, High Brae, Scalpel. Auto Pay. Iskander, Gynotter. Herbert Power Handicap— All Crimson. Jacobin. Lampra. Caulfield Stakes — Phar Lap, Wise Force. Mona Nursery — Bosllda. VS..C. Spring Meeting.— Melbourne Cup and Victoria Derby — Iskander. Final Han dicap — Harbinger.
HOCKEY SERVICES ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931
HOCKEY SERVICES ASSOCIATION The postponed match between the 27th Battalion and the 43rd-48t& Battalion re sulted in the 27th defeating the 43rd 48th by 4 goals to 2. Goalhltters:— 27th. Pickering 2. MeUor and Weisner; 43rd 48th. Trevorrow. Spence. NABBACOOBTE. — The premiership of the Narracoorte Women's Hockey Associa tion was won by the High School team with 2 goals to nil by tbe Beds. Gosl hltters for wigh school — J. Clezy and O. Hood; best players. High School A Grade, J. Clezy G. Miles. M. McKenzle and J. Stuart: Beds, M. Casement. M. Carthy, M. Cameron, and D. Harris.
GEELONG TOMORROW Acceptors And Barrier Positions [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931
GEELONG TOMORROW Acceptors And Barrier Positions L15 (Adelaide time)— CONSEWABBE HOBDLE BACE Two miles ^ st.lb. 14 Polysonum 11 3 11 Blr Oleam . 10 9 16 Beonul .. 10 7 8 Chariot .. 10 2 2 Provost Winter .. 10 0 10 Skirmish .. 10 0 9 Shealmeaa . » 12 7 Boyal Offa 9 10 etlb. 4 Bumleigh _ » 10 3 Purple Cap S 8 12 Triplex ..9 8 13 Golden Pivot .... 9 4 6 Zero Tune .94 5 The Gaucho 9 2 15 Scrutiny . 9 0 1 WalUnak . 9 0 1.45— NOVtCE HANDICAP Five furlongs. First Division. 11 Justaeac ..9 0 5 Greenland S 10 2 Peter Green 8 8 6 Gallant Welkin ..8 6 1 Etalon .... 6 6 8 Harvest BIS 8 0 12 T&lyuan ..7 9 7 Beau Jollas 7 7 13 Flying Crow 7 o 9 Lysan .. .. 7.6 10 Auriga ..7 4 3 Mantle ..7 4 4 Trustybrook 7 2 Z.10— GBOVEDALE HANDICAP One mile 7 Sir Graculus 9 0 3 Elarby .... 8 13 16 David Gar rtck .... B 7 14 Oevantes ..8 7 12 Beputed King 8 1 6 Cave King 7 9 2 Sartaress ..7 9 4 Blackbird . 7 6 5 Bavacre ..7 4 13 Bunker TP' 7 2 10 Wanconner . 7 2 1 Third King 7 0 6 Lady's Daughter . 5 13 1...
OAKBANK PROGRAMME No Redaction In Stakes [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931
OAKBANK PROGRAMME No Reduction In Stakes The committee of the Onkaparinga Bac lns Olub has framed the programme for its Easter Monday meeting at Oakbank, on March 28. The stakes have not been re duced, and the total to be distributed will be £2,850 for tbe meeting, as was done last year. The von Doussa Steeplechase will to fu ture be an open steeplechase ol two miles, instead of being restricted to horses that had not won a jumping race ot £100 or The principal event will be the Great Eastern Steeplechase, of £1,400. of which the second horse will receive £250. the third £100. and the fourth horse £25. It will be run over 31,* miles. The other event* will be:— £150. Trial Stakes, nine furlongs and eight yards, for all horses that, up to the tune of starting, have not won (on the flat) a prize or part of a prize of £30 or more: £400. Harry D. Tcmng Hurdle, two miles 181 yards: £300 Onka parlrma Cap. one mile three farlonss: £200. Hills Hallway Stakes, five furlongs 132 yards: £200. v...
Advertiser Crosswords—194 THE CLUES Across [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931
Advertiser Crosswords — 194 TBB CLUBS Acrost X. An upper room* 5. One pays this In the case of good advice. 9. Becedes. 13. A legal right. 14. Stay. 15. A fish deli cacy. 16. Polic e m c n have these. 18. This lady is as good as a mile. 19. Accompanied the tortoise tn a famous race. 20 Allows. 22. Kept back. 25. Part of the East known to politicians. 27. Drugged. 28. Here you an ticipated by dat ^fi. Ruby. 33. Tangle. 34. Garments. 38. A Scott i s h earldom. 38. The man with 39 across did this. 39. See 38 across. 40. Trim. 41. Lair. 42. The adjective of the most im portant ot all sys tems. 43. Ascend. 44. A near rela tive. 45. B o u g b t back. 48. A tooth. 50. This is al ways behind you. 51. Fosters. 54. Cheeky. 57. Talk like a lunatic 58. Pre c i o u s stone. 60. We lost these as we passed from the ape stage. 62. Aeronaut. 63. Pacific 64. Mow. 65. Prove. 66. Useful in snowy lands. 67. Parts of the stair. Down 1. Eccle s i a s tical garments. 2. Bond. 3. Water bird. 4. Meant. 5. Ed...
Randwick Acceptances For Tomorrow • [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931
Rand wick Acceptances For! Tomorrow j 12.30— SECOND HURDLES ' Two miles three furlongs st.lb. st-Jb Bosegole .... 11 4Bagatzky . . 94 Cadray .... 10 11 David's Day . 9 o Ktme . . . . .10 7 Go'-3en Tunic . 9 0 Banner Boy . . 9 8 Eulong . . ..90 Port Bisk ... 9 6 I.J&-CRAVEN PLATE One and a quarter nilles Pentheus .... 9 4Carry On .... 8 9 Chlfle ? 9 1 Bondalina ... 7 0 Phar Lap .... 9 1 2.10— GIMCRACK STAKES Five furlongs Bonnie June . 8 0 Astute ? 8 0 Cabaret ? 8 OFame ? 8 0 Princess Myonle 8 0 Spick: and Span 8 0 Darbal&ra ... 8 OHlgh Molly ..80 Precious Girt . 8 OYlowela .... 8 0 All for Austra- Prolyxo .... 8 0 lia ? 8 0 2.M— SUBURBAN HANDICAP One mile Merab ? 9 13 Vali . *. ..8 4 mcino ? 9 SOold Day .... 8 3 High Disdain . 9 8 Gemllght .. 8 0 Bine Boy ... 9 V Trenette . .. 7 13 KiCarney .... 9 2 King's Arms -.77 Iiove Song . .. 9 OMeryland . 7 € Cathmar .. .. BI3Homedale . .'.' 7 5 Nut Cup .. .. 8 11 Sunderiee ... 7 4 Havaspot . . . . 8 11 Tantrum . . . . 7 2 Ros...
LAW COURTS CAUSE LIST SUPREME COURT [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931
LAW COURTS CAUSE LIST SUPREME COTJBT No. 1 Court (In Banco), at 10.30 a.m. today. — In the matter of the Primary Pro ducers Bank. Limited', in the matter of M. L. w. Bevan; in the matter of I-. J. Doyle: in the matter of A. H. Magarey; in the matter of D. A. G. Thomas. N6. 2 Court (Criminal).— Before Mr. Jus tice Napier, at 10 a.m.— Ecx v. Chlttle borougB. Beat v. Steggall. ADELAIDE LOCAL COUBT.-T0LL JURISDICTION Case for to-day:— Menzles— Wallace V. Hindmarsh — Smith. INDUSTRIAL COURT Before Mr. President Ke::y, at 10 ajn. today— Rope and Nail Making Industry case (application for variation of award). At 10.30 am. — Application for constitution of a special board (adjourned hearing).
FEMALE LIVING WAGE Employes Not Represented [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931
FEMALE LIVING WAGE j Employes Not Represented Representatives of the employee did not appear in the Industrial Court yesterday morning, when the Board of Industry met to fix a date for the hear ing of the application for a reduction in the living wage for adult female em ployes in the metropolitan area in accordance with the recent reduction in the wage of male employes. The preliminary hearing was set down for 11 o'clock, and the board waited until 11.15 before it met. The president (Mr. W. R. Kelly, SUL) then announced that the United Trades and Labor Council had Inti mated that it would be represented at the hearing, but its representatives had not appeared. Mr. S. C. G. Wright, who appeared for the Employers' Federation, asked that the hearing should be adjourned until Tuesday, October 13, and the case opened then. On his present instruc tions he would be able to finish the case for the employers on that day. The Trades aad Labor Council had bad nine or ten days' notice of the p...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931
r ? Vitality Now, especially, your child needs Virol: Virol to T'«''r»'» vitality, Virol to increase resist ancetoinfection,tofceep colds and epidemics i away: Virol to build strong bone, turn flesh and a healthy nervous system with which to combat the strain of growth and school life. Give Virol regularly andgive the best chance of health now and in the future. Children need VIROL A leading -Jonraltrat m*yat— 'My boy vent to school tUi termandtoohthtTmtandsrofAm supply of Virol witk Mia. fit tmprovettverymmchwfnUUHmg the preparation, ami gninti f Ik pet we \ mihiA tmprmeemta * steady improvement twQ maintained For a long period,' rant tap, num. vomm. w J. muag
Non-Party Association [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931
Non-Party Association Mrs. Harvey Johnston presided at a meeting of the Women's Non-Party Association on September 30. A spe cial session was held to alter the con stitution to reduce the subscription for country members. As the associa lon is a member of the Proportional Representation Group, Mrs. Polking horne was chosen as representative speaker at the meeting which the group has arranged to hold in the Town Hall today. Mrs. Ternant Cooks reported for the aboriginal welfare committee, and gave details of the exhibition of native hand craft at the show. A report was re ceived of the board meeting of the Aus tralian Federation of Women Voters in Sydney during September. This was presented by Mrs. T. G. Millar, who, ?with Mrs. Wilson, attended the meet ing on behalf of the board membere of South Australia. The meeting decided that support should be given to the Rechabites is their movement of protest against non fulfilment of the six o'clock closing rule, as exemplified in tne numbe...
Strength at 50 to 1 Wins Metropolitan MERAB BEATEN BY HALF A HEAD Three Dead-Heats Declared [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931
Strength at 50 to 1 Wins Metropolitan MERAB BEATEN BY HALF A HEAD '? Three Dead-Heats Declared Mr. J. Netter. of Adelaide, went within half a head of winning the Shorts Handicap at Randwick on Monday with Merab, who led nost of the way and was beaten on the post by High Disdain. Sydney, October 5. 4leautifxil weather made up tor tHe un 0ir» rant conditions on Saturday, sad the MranUn.ce ni 44,000. tarptiie In Metropolitan Tlis Metropolitan, the principal race, bad ta unexpected, flnisb. as the Imported ?ged gelding. Strength, won. As much ?s 100 to 1 bad been offered about Mm. ?ad tie lowest was 33 to 1. He started ai JO to 1. and In a daspemte finish luted Just long enough to beat tbe fast-finishing Concentnte. while Spearman and Carry On dead-beaten for third place. THe result waa one of tbe best the bookmakers have bad lor a considerable time; tn tact. Blnce Murray Kins won the Sydney Cup. Strength had a humble beginning, so tar as present-day registered racing is is concerned, f...
MILDURA WEIGHTS Run Wednesday, October 14 [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931
MILDURA WEIGHTS Bun Wednesday, October 14 Handicap Hurdle Race, two mCei and 138 yards.— Lemanus, 10 st 10 lb.: Don Cooper. 10.7; Mundonah. 9.11; TUIlngton. 9.5; King Scribe. 9.4; Banch Jack, Hollman. Euda, 9.0. Flying Handicap, five furlongs.— Don Cooper. 9.3; VUllers Brett. 8.7; Midnight ThrilL 8.3: Cool Test, TUtao, 7.12; Qulthul, 7.9; Bengal Lancer. Mantol. 7.7; Knmore. Border Legion. 7.4; Two O'clock, Trenton* Way, 7.0 Open Distance Handicap Trot ten fur longs. — Noel MoKinney. Andy Lu, Blb bonen, Boyal Alto, scratch: Alvena, 36 yds. bhd.; Gloria Alto, Venalto. 54 yds. bhd.; Dodgermy. Laura, Mauritius. 120 yds. bhd. October Handicap, eight furlongs.— Don Cooper, 9 St.; Jennie CosteUo. 8J; Brigadier Boh. 8.7; Midnight \Thrlll. Ltmanus. 7.11; Cool Test 7.5; Mundonan, 7.3; Border Legion. 7.0. Handicap Hack Bace. six furlongs. — Too Free, 9 st. 12 lb.; ManroU 9.5; Two O'clock, 8.11; Matalong. 8.6: Ybrettus, Dhomler. Marfield, Alatnac, Ooodle's Flower. 8.0. Welter Handicap, seven fu...
S.A.J.C. CLASSICS Good Acceptances [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931
SiJ.C. CLASSICS Good Acceptances Final payments for the MorphettvUle Plate and the South Australian Derby, to be run on Saturday, became due on Monday, and both classics have been wen filled. Boyal Best (winner ot the Fulham Park Plate). Is the only candidate with a pen alty in the MorphettvUle Plate, in which 16 are eligible to start Of the 13 remaining in the Derby. Ben nick (a Sydney co'.t), and an unnamed filly, may be regarded as unlikely starters, but the 11 local three-ye&r-oide should make an Interesting race. Vermonious has been interrupted in her preparation, and Opera King has not been doing so well as could be wished by his owner. However, both have shown Improvement during the past few days, and if they do satisfactorily this week they will take their places- in the raoe. The final acceptors are: — MORPHETTVIIXE PLATE Of £300. For two-year-olds — colts 8 et. 5 lb.; fillies. 8 st; with penalties. Five furlongs. st lb. ROYAL BEST. Mr. H. J. Bailey's br or bk g. by...