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ALLEGED INTERFERENCE Jockey Suspended Broken Hill October 5 [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931
ALLEGED INTERFERENCE Jockey Suspended Broken H11L October 5. Seldom nas such Interest been shown in « racing oase as was evident today when the jockey, Gleeson, appeared be fore Mr. H. E. Rowell. stipendiary steward. of Adelaide, because of incidents connec ted with Miss Tweed losing the Flying Handicap at the Silver City Club's meeting on Saturday. Something of a sensation wa» provided when Miss Tweed, favorite for the race, had the event taken away from her on a protest after she had woa with apparent ease. After the face P. C. Eddy, rider of Creon, protested against Gleeson (rider of Miss Tweed) for alleged Interference at the four furlongs post Mr. Bowell took away the race from Miss Tweed, but did not deal with the Jockey, This caused much comment hi sporting circles. It was contended that if the Interference was -Sufficiently serious ta cause an alteration In the positions ol the placed horses, then it was serious enough to cause Gleeson to be dealt with. On the other hand. If...
POSTAL ARRANGEMENTS October 6 [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931
POSTAL ARRANGEMENTS .. ? . - October 6. ' UNTIED .STOGDQU. EUROPE -. OtXUOS. EOXPT. INDIA. SINGAPORE.— Per 4Ion EoUa (due Xonaon. November ~ 7|—3*r cels. October 1. 1 pjn.: newspapexs end packets (via France). October 7. 8 ym : newspaper* (aU-«aa route). October 7. 6 PJU4 letters and tvumwiprrlal papsas. October 8. 1030 ajn.; late lee. 12 noon. Supplementary, via Premantle— Rois- tered lettecB. October 8. 6 pjn^ letsras . and commercial papers. October 9. ? « ? *.wi.: 9JSn am, from zsHwar. AX3STTBAIAA. - KABACHI ? LONDON. EDBOHB.— Air mail closes 8 ajn, Octo ber 10. Q&x-^ connects with MonRoUa tat Premantle (due London. November 31. Air lees. Adelaide to Perth. 3d. per M oz, plus 64. per \h oz. Karachl'Lon don or Berpt. In addition to ordinary postage. 4d. per «4 oz. ror Persia. Irak. .Palestine. Commonwealth air 'man stamps may be used, letters most be endorsed 'Aastnlia-Karscbl-London sUr IdX^ UUIS TO THE UNITED KOR3 DOU (vU Suez).— Jervis Bay. October 12 (due Umaon. Novem...
AERIAL MAILS [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931
-wth. bcaslS BRISBANE. — camooweal. Nonnanton, and Daly Waters (Darwin).— TtWsjs. & pjn^ due Adelaide. Thursday. S ajn. PERTH, DERBT. WTNDHAM.— Saturday. 8 ajn.: late fee. railway station. 9 ajn. ADELAIDE TO PERTH, via Oeduna. For rest, Kalgoorlle. TJnlted KInedom. &c — Due Adelaide Wednesdays. 330 pjn4 let ters Saturdays 8 ajn.: late fee. laUwav utatkm, S sun. Registered letters. Fri day, 6 pjn.
EXPECTED ARRIVAL OF MAILS [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931
Kxvarvw abbival of mails Dispatched from Due «t London. Per Adelaide. September U .. Moldavia .. .. October 9 (By «Ir, October T September 27 .. Orontes .. .. October 16 (By air. October 1«» September 3* .. Mooltan .. .. October S October 1 .. .. Otranto .. .. October 39 ' San mm Cisco. September 34 .. Ventura .. .. October 32 September 30 „ Monowal .. .. October 38 October 15 .. .. Sierra .. .. November 13 Vanooam. September IS .. Niagara .. .. October 12 October 14 .. .. Aorangl .. November 9 Cape Town. September 17 .. Tudor .. .. This Da* Ceramic .. .. This Say
VANDERBILT YACHT VISITS AUSTRALIA [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931
TANOBBBH.T TACHT VISITS MVSTtUOMt Interact Jhas been. «Hsptayed over xhe jfti. to Ansbailan mtets of tbe mn'ni Jftfli Alva, owned by Mr. W. «L -Vanderhut*^-». batteries on -the wcht Trere fnpoli* ^ the Chloride Electrical .Bto-rtfe*C«aramsny. of MancheBter.^a^^comlst ofin ^SpAE batteries sue of the Exide-Ironeiad opt, sy^if'Hs^ dcslKned Cos riT4*** ipkb* ^^
TURF TOPICS Appeals By Jockeys [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931
TURF TOPICS Appeals By Jockeys By 'GAMBTEB' i The committee of the S.M.J.C. had before it on Monday the appeals by the Jockeys. W. Barry and G. Moles, against the decision of the stewards, who suspended them for one month for alleged interference at the Adelaide Hunt Club's meeting on September 26. Barry's appeal was heard by the commit tee and dismissed. As Mr. H. P. Mc Lachlan is the owner of White Nose, which the stewards decided had been interfered with by C. Badger and Barry, he did not take part In the hearing of Barry's ap peal. In regard to Mules's appeal, it was de cided to Instruct the stewards to re-bear the case, and this will be done at 11 a.m. today. S.AJ.c. Fixtures The dates on which the South Austra lian Jockey Club will hold Its race meet ings nest year were Sxed by the com mittee on Monday. They will be: — Fri- day. January 1 (New Year's Day): Satur day. January 9; May 7 (Goodwood Handi cap day). May 11 (Adelaide Cup Day): Saturday, May 14; Saturday. October 10 -S...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931
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DON'T NEGLECT A COMMON Case of Piles. It may lead to serious RESULTS [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931
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CONSTABLE USED BATON [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931
nnttHTABLE USED BATON Samuel Kraeft -30). laborer, was charged before Mr. p.. w. -J^^l Sit, in the Port Adelaide Police Codrt yesterday with hiving been drunkano Resisted arrest. He pleaded guilty. Constable Collins said be arrived as » bollard room in time' to see two men fighting. The defendant, who was one ofthe Tppn was under the influence ol liquor. On the way to the police sta&m. fcaett struggled vtotentfr aaS made several unsuccessful attempts to HCk Wm Kraeft then threw bimseli to the footpath. He was compelled to draw his baton and strike Kraeft on the back twice. A fine of £1, with 16/ easts. M tfefitut iertft jjajtfjjfcr ooets, ufdeWalt 1* days' fcaprteoHBrW on Ubi reeteting cSUf^- '_: ;:
DO YOU KNOW— [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931
DO YOU KNOW— 1. The derivation of 'maudlin'? 2. Whom did Christ have the courage to stigmatise 'That fox'? 3. In what year the King was bom? 4. Where the largest potential oil fields in the world exist? 5. The difference in size between South Australia and New South Wales? 6. The meaning of 'gospel'? Answers on Page 13.
IN OTHER CITES Father And Son Judges SYDNEY GOSSIP Sydney, October 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931
IN OTHER CITIES Father And Son Judges SYDNEY GOSSIP Fram Our Special Correspondent Sydney. October 5. On the Supreme Court bench of New Sooth Wales are now a father and son, the Chief Justice (Sir Philip Street) and Mr. Justice Kenneth Whistler Street, an event almost unique in the legal history of this State. The son has been sworn in as a judge twice within the last four years, on each occasion by his father. The first was when he was appointed to the Industrial Commission, and the second ceremony took place last week at his boyhood home, where his father is confined to bed suffering- from thrombosis. Interesting, however, as this legal family distinction is, there is a more interesting factor, with a touch of piquancy, connected with the deration of the son to the Supreme Court bench. It means that the ap plication by the employers for a varia tion of the Stale basic wage is held up unto a new judge is appointed to the Industrial Commission, ™Hnf the full bench of three, as provi...
FIFTY YEARS AGO From The Advertiser" October 6, 1881 [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931
FIFTY YEARS AGO From 'The Advertiser' October 6, 1881 AT the ?wwim.i maeting of ' the Royal Society of South Australia Chief Justice Way presided. A short discussion on hay fever took place. This malady was considered by Dr. Thomas to be merely attri butable to the frequent changes in our climate. 'PETERSBURG citizens held ?*- a public meeting to con sider the wants of the locality. A lack of unanimity was evi dent, much time being wasted in personal explanations. Even tually a committee of seven was appointed to press for bet ter school accommodation, road repair, an improved postal and telegraph service, and the proviso cS a police-station. (This township'sname was changed to Peterborough dur the Great War]. qpEAKERS and writers in ° the old country are now awakening to the commercial importance of the colonies to England, and threaten to over whelm us with suggestions and proposals designed to promote ctojgTconimercial relationship, ffrntjmpnfan attachment, how ever strong is may...
HOURS OF TERRIBLE FLYING THROUGH DENSE FOG Southern Cross's Trying Experience On Way Over Atlantic HEAD WIND ALL THE WAY [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931
HOURS OF TERRIBLE FLYING THROUGH DENSE FOG Southern Cross's Trying Experience On Way Over Atlantic HEAD WIND ALL THE WAY How the Southern Cross was forced to fly blind almost all through the night on the flight across the Atlantic is told by Kingsford Smith in today's instalment of 'The Story of the Southern Cross,' which deals with the flight from the take-off in Ireland to the landing at Harbor Grace. By AIR-COMMODOKJE KINGSFORD SMITH PART 14 DESPITE the very early hour a crowd of seven to eight thou sand people had gathered on Portmamock Beach to watch our take oS. The sun had not yet risen, and there was barely light for a photograph to be taken of the 'plane as she moved slowiy along and gathered speed. When we had gone about 600 feet the great tail lifted off the sand, and our -speed increased as we swept for ward. We left Che ground at 3,000 feet. I had both hands and feet on the con trols, fighting desperately any tendency for the machine to swing one way or the other. Altho...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931
If Your Ears Ring With Head Noises IT you have catarrhs! deafness or head noises, go to your chemist and set 1 ounce of Parmint (Double Strength), and add to it i pint of hot water and a little sugar. Take a tablespoon! ul four times a day. This will often bring quick relief from the distresstas: bead noises. Clogged nostrils should open, breathing become easy and the mucous stop dropping into the threat. It is easy to prepare, costs little, and is pleasant to take. Anyone who has catarrhal deafness or head noises should give this prescrip tion a trial *
LUMPERS' AWARD VARIED [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931
LUMPERS' AWARD VARIED An application lor a variation 01 cm Wheatlumpers' Award by eight wheat merchants was granted by Mr. Presi dent Kelly hi the Industrial Court yes terday, with the consent of the Aus tralian Workers' Union, which ap peared as respondent. As a result of the variation, the piecework rates for wheat handling on the wharfs, from yesterday, will be 6/2 a hundred, Instead of 7/4, for manual handling; and 5/2, instead of 6/4, where elevators are used. Say work will be paid at tbe rate of 17/8 a day, instead of 19/8. The merchants asked for a reduction to 16/6 a day. Mr S. C. V. Wright appeared for the merchants, and Mr. M. J. Murphy for the Australian Workers' Union.
DISPUTE OVER HOUSES [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931
DISPUTE OVER HOUSES Before Judge Paine, hi the Adelaide Local Court yesterday. Miss Ethel Noe worthy, of York-street. Kensington, claimed £200, with interest at 6 per cent, from June 24. from Graham Ran kine Cherlton. of Park-terrace, Way vale, Harold Ivan Bashlelgh, of Anzac Highway, Ashford, and Louisa Millicent Cheriton, of Park-terrace. Wayvflle. The claim was in respect of an agreement by Miss Nosworthy to pur Chase, for £500. two houses from Cheri ton & Rashlelgh, trading as brokers. She alleged that they had represented that the houses were in good order, could be sold within a few days at a profit and were a good investment, which she found to be untrue, after having paid £200 ot the purchase money. She also alleged that they did not disclose that tbe owner of the properties was Louisa Millicent Cheri ton, of Park-terrace, Wayvflle, and that they were personally interested in the safe. She asked for the recissfon of the agreement with Cheriton & Rashleieh and...