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ALLEGED EJECTION FROM THEATRE [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931
ALLEGED EJECTION FROM THEATRE Alleging that he had been forcibly ejected from the Tivoli Theatre on May 2, after having paid for his seat, Austin OXoughlln, of Hobson-place, Adelaide, claimed £99 from Bert Len non and W. Dolan. usher, before Mr. L. H. Haslam. S.M., in the Adelaide Local Court yesterday. The case was ad journed until today. OXoughlin, who said he had been employed for 48 years by the Adelaide City council, alleged that he had paid 3 '6 for two seats at the Tivoli Theatre for himself and his wife. They rarely went to places of amusement. 'He was told at the door that there -were 'no reserves,' and gave up his ticket, no portion of it being returned to him. Shortly before the performance began, an usher came alon? and said 'What are you doing here?' Later he said. 'You are a 16. ticket man. Your p!ace is upstairs.' and forcibly ejected him from the seat. He suoke to the man at the door, who said. 'You will have to wait.' After standing at the door for a few minutes, he...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931
Amazing Price Cut Specials Special Purchase of 150 Fashion able Marocain Jacket Suits 63/ Marocain Jacket Suit - 49/6 Heavyweight Silk Marocain in the new Pastel ton inge, such as Apple, Lemon, Apricot, Pink, Beige, Red, and Ivory. The tones are perfectly blended hi these delightful Summer Suits. S.S.W., S.V., and W. fittings, 63/ for 49/6. 25 Model Jacket Suits - - 5 Gns. and £5/19/6 for - - - - 84/ Featuring plain spot and figured material (rock and smart new jackets. Coats as worn. In Black, Navy, Brown, and Green. No two alike. S.W.and W. fittings. Five gns. and £5 19/6 for 84/. Washing Sports Frocks - - - 49/6 Smartly eat Summer and Sports Frocks of the new Coin Spot Silk Moraline, featuring the new short sleeves and pleated skirt. White and Pastel ton ings. S.S.W., S.W., and W. finings, 49/6 each. Matrons' Crinoline Hats - - - 12/9 ^^^?^^^ Edith ? Made la Uie finest ^hS^h|^^J^l^4K^^ BobUaee Crinoline, this ^??KMSj^^S^fl^^Bk is a lovely Bat in inati ^HHSp^H ifi circles, nicely ...
JUDGMENT BY DEFAULT [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931
JCDGAIENT BY DEFAULT Judgment by default was given oy Judge Paine in the Local Court yes terday in favor of Edgar Victor Digby. Diebv alleged that early this year Arthur James Skelton orally agreed to purchase from him for £200 a half share in a. contract with News. Ltd., for the delivery of papers to the West Coast, the greater portion of the sum to be applied in the purchase of a heavier motor car than he already had. Without Digby'e authority, it was claimed, Skelton purchased a car and Digby paid the registration fee, agree ing to buy the car for the partnership. They were unable to agree about the price, and Skelton would not allow tbe car to be used in the business, thereby preventing the carrying out of the con tract. Judgment was given for £200, with Interest, dissolution of the partnership, and the eetlement of the partnership accounts. Mr. c. Lempriere Abbott ap peared for Digby.
IMPRISONMENT FOR USING A CAR [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931
IMPRISONMENT FOR USING A CAB Albert Henry Just and Ciaaae Hans Kuman, two young men, admitted to Mr. E. M. Sabine. P3JL, In the Adelaide Police Court yesterday that they bad used a motor car on August 31 without the consent of the owner. The Police Prosecutor (Mr. B. A. Lenthall) said the car had been left in Victoria-square on the morning of August 31, and later in the day was seen by a dispenser at Yatala Labor Prison on a road between the North field Receiving Home and the prison. He recognised Just, who was driving. The next day the car was found aban doned at GlUes Plains. Just, who admitted several convic tions, including three for illegally using cars, was sentenced to imprisonment for 12 months, ttm''1', against whom there was one previous conviction, was sent to gaol for four months.
GAOL FOR SLY GROG SELLING [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931
GAOL FOB SLY GROG SELLING I Imprisonment for two months was ordered Gladys Veronica Allen by Mr. E. M. Sabine, Pit, hi the Adelaide Police Court yesterday. She had ad mitted having on July 22, being an unlicensed person, sold liquor on pre mises in Hindley-street. She had pre viously been fined on a similar charge. Mr. R. A. Lenthall prosecuted.
CLERK CHARGED [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931
CLERK CHARGED Herbert John Dewdney. clerk, or Adelaide, was charged before Mr. E. M. Sabine. P.M.. in the Adelaide Police Court yesterday with having, betpam ADiil 30. 1930. and September 30, 1930, fraudulently oonVBrtea.tb his dWtar tise £10 received on benalE of the Motor Vehicles Department. Mr. B. A. Lenthall prosecuted, and Mr. B. J. Kearney appeared lor Dewct 'T remand was granted until tJctober 16. Dewdney was allowed bail la bis own bond of £75, with a surety of £76. Dewdney was arrested by DetecHve SergeantMcMahon and Detectives Fer guson and GUL
DROVE WHILE DRUNK [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931
DROVE WHILE DRUNK m the Traffic Court -yesterday. I* r. Thompson, tf GJenelK. wm fined £50. with £3 costs, by , Mr. w Hall, Sit, for havtar -Mvea » «?°t«L-®r while under the influence of lionor on the Anzac Highway on October 4. . Thompson, who admitted a convic tion for a similar offence on April 2, had his licence eusoended for three months.
FINED FOR OCCUPYING GAMING HOUSE [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931
FINED FOR OCCUPYING GAMD^G HOUSE Michael Beating and Vincent James Keating, both ofSoodwood-road, Good* wood, were each fined £14 by Mr; a M. Muirhead. BM, in tbe Adelaide Police Court yesterday. They had «te nled having been the occupiers of a common gaming house on August 8. Mr. A. L. Pickering, of the Crown Law Office, prosecuted, and Mr. W. A. Bol liaon, with Mr. G. D. Rollison, appeared tor tbfe Tt-m.tJr-gft. On the appUcattafi of Mr. W. A. Bol llson, a stay of proceedings for 28 days was granted.
CLAIMANTS FOR WENDEL MILLIONS? Search for Descendants of Emigrant to Australia NEW YORK, October 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931
CLAIMANTS FOR WENDEL MILLIONS? Search for Descendants of Emigrant to Australia NEW YORK, October 3. The attorneys for the estate of Ella Virginia Wendel, which is valued at be- &nbsp; tween £10,000,000 and £20,000,000, have announced they are conducting a search for the descendants of Miss Wendel's deceased uncle, John H. Drew, who emigrated to Australia in 1830. Rosa Dew Stinsbury, a 74-year-old spinster, of Vicksburg, Mississippi, a distant relative of Ella Wendel, has obtained an injunction to halt probate of Miss Wendel's will, under which the estate goes to charitable institutions. Miss Ella Wendel was the last of a New York family which had vast hold- ings of real estate in the city. She lived in seclusion in the old mansion wher[e] the family, consisting of an un- married brother and sisters, lived and died.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931
SPECIAL ADVERTISEMENTS SWOILENJOINTS Painfnl Symptoms Spelling • Kidney Trouble may cause Untold Agonies Shnptwinge(ofpaiD,cwolleajaiiits-Natnra men and women woken in all spheres of Bfe 4ttm ell Ae can is tell jtm Omt yon are In now restored to health, tells us that you cannot AtapoE. Yon—wife or mother of the home- do better than start at onceashort coarse with IW hard workSm bread-winner, surely tot the 40^ear-old remedr-De Witt's Kidney and ■Buut ■iHnntg, crippled with pain, yon jnst Bladder Pals. bnetoane-iip? . If, within 24 hoars, yon do not have proof ■Can and women, Sating capacity Cor work postthne that toese pflls are acting- thronga the •rflsasnre destroyed by constant down-dns- kidneys, return your partly osed supply—yonr ■■mil" lililn ill In ill In i iiliiu. ■niiij In money is given back in fnIL awn or tecs, or sleep at nicbt. shooU know Nurse Dikschei, SO, Cariton Street, Carton. that the kidneys Be at tbe seat of yonr tronbla. NJ, Melbonrne, says^-"/te Witts Sidney U...
PRISONERS SENTENCED [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931
PRISONERS SENTENCED Mr. Justice Napier passed sentence on a number of prisoners in the Criminal Court yesterday. Mr. R. R. Chamberlain (Crown Prosecutor) re presented the Crown. Robert Gregory Marcus (22) bad pre viously admitted two charges of shop breaking and larceny at Murray Bridge on or about July 27. Mr. N. A. Webb appeared for turn, and said he. had had no assistance in main taining hinrepif since he reached the age of 12. Unfortunately he had been thrown into the association of thieves. His Honor passed sentence of seven teen months' ltnDrisonment. Joan Joseph Fttzmtrick (30). who had been found guilty of common assault on John Boss Smith, at Port Adelaide, was ordered five months' Im prisonment. Frederick James Collins (28), for whom Mr. C. J. Philcox appeared, was given cine months' imprisonment on three counts of embezzlement, while employed by the Reo Motor Sates. Evi dence was given of Collins's previous good character. Richard Norman Clement (19), who had admitted thr...
SURPRISE EVENING AT WILLAMULKA [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931
SURPRISE EVENING AT WILLAMULKA To celebrate the sliver wedding of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Butler. of Willamulka, about 80 friends and relatives tendered them a surprise evening at their home. Games competitions, and cards were con ducted, and Miss Winnie Bruce gave a recitation. A two-tier wedding cake, made by the bride, was adorned with silver bell, silver leaves, and a hand clasp, which was on the wedding cake 25 years ago. After supper the Rev. Mr. Lawson congratulated the bride and &nbsp; bridegroom, and presented them with &nbsp; gifts from relatives and friends. Speeches &nbsp; were delivered by Messrs. Prouse, Ram sey, Morris, and Chase.
OBITUARY [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931
OBITUARY Mr. John Joseph Supple, who died on Saturday morning, was born in West Adelaide, and was educated at the &nbsp; Christian Brothers' College. He was employed by the Post and Telegraph Department for many years, having been stationed at Darwin, Alice Springs, and. Charlotte Waters. A few years ago he retired under the Superannuation Act. He was for some tune secretary of the Old Scholars' Association of Christian Brothers' College, and also held the position of president of othe Australian Natives' Association. He was unmarried, and left two brothers (Messrs. Bernard and James Supple) and three sisters (Mrs. Thomas O'Mara, Mrs. Bridget Plun- kett, and Mrs. O'Connor) . Two of his nephews were members of the Jesuit Order. Several references to the death of Mr. Supple were made in the city and suburban Roman Catholic churches on Sunday. At the Ellan gowan church the Rev. Wilfred Ryan. SJ., referred to the Deceased's fine qualities, and stated it was owing to the munifice...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931
BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND &nbsp; DEATHS AnnouncemoDts under this beading must be authenticated by the name and address of the Eender. and are Inserted at a charge of Two Shillings and Six pence each when not exceeding five lines; over fire lines, sixpence per line. Death Advertisements In which a Funeral Announcement is made are charged tor as If the Death and Funeral were sepa rate announcements, namely—The mini mum charge of 2/6 and 3/4 respectively. In Memorlam and Death Advertisements containing reference to more than one deceased are changed 2/6 each for each deceased mentioned, as If they were dis tinct and separate announcements. Engagements and Approaching Marriage Notices require the signature of both parties concerned. BIRTHS HALL (nee Violet Briggs). —On the 5th October, to Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Hall, 71, William-street, York —a daughter. (Still- born). THOMAS. —To Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Thomas, of Netherby, on the 4th October —a son. BARRY. —On the 19th September, at Leade...
THRIVING PORT PIRIE More Work Through Re-opening of Barrier Mines Port Pirie, October 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 6 October 1931
THRIVING PORT PIRIE More Work Through Re-opening of Barrier Mines Port Pirie, October 5. If all the industries in Australia last year had enjoyed a record similar to that achieved by the Port Pirie Smel- ters, Australia would be now well on the road to prosperity. This statement was made by the general superintendent of the B.H. Associated Smelters Proprietary, Limited (Mr. O. H. Woodward). He added that the total wages paid at the smelters for the 12 months ended on June 30, 1931, were slightly more than two-thirds of the average for the past six years, and the stores supplied slightly less than two-thirds. "It is obvious," said Mr. Woodward, &nbsp; "that the Broken Hill mines are not resuming at full pressure only to stack &nbsp; their ore; it will have to be treated at Port Pirie. The directors of the mines are evidently assured of a market for the sale of their products. It is the securing of such a market that has been the biggest problem. "During the past six y...
SOUTHERN CROSS COMPLETES ITS OCEAN CROSSINGS Happy Time In America After "Nerve-racking Journey" KINGSFORD SMITH'S STORY Having told what happened on the flight across the Atlantic from Ireland to Harbor Graces Kingsford Smith, in today's instalment of "The Story of the Southern Cross," describes the grand reception the airmen had in the United States, of their meeting President Hoover, and of his plans for a flight from England to Australia in an Avro Avian sports biplane. By AIR-COMMODORE KINGSFORD SMITH PART 15 [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931
SOUTHERN CROSS COMPLETES ITS OCEAN CROSSINGS Happy Time In America After "Nerve-racking Journey" KINGSFORD SMITH'S STORY Having told what happened on the flight across the Atlantic from Ireland to Harbor Graces Kingsford Smith, in today's instal ment of "The Story of the Southern Cross," describes the grand reception the airmen had in the United States, of their meeting President Hoover, and of his plans for a flight from England to Australia in an Avro Avian sports biplane. By AIR-COMMODORE KINGSFORD SMITH PART 15 IT had been a long, tedious, and at times nerve-racking journey. From the previous afternoon un-&lt;*> til just prior to crossing the coast, we had not once sighted the ocean over which we were flying; although Stan nage and Saul were able to move about and stretched their cramped limbs in! the comparative freedom of the rear cabin, van Dyk and I, confined to our cockpit seats, were barely able to stand erect, and I was so stiff and sore that I could hardly cli...
SURE REMEDY FOR INDIGESTION [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931
SURE REMEDY FOR INDIGESTION You can stop digestive rain in several ways, but the actual cause of the trouble remains, to grow worse with each succeeding attack. If. on the ; ated" Magnesia In water alter eaung, s you not only stop the immediate pain > instantly, but you also remove the : cause of the trouble. "Bisurated" Mog r nesia is a complete treatment for in j digestion, neutralising excess acidity. . preventing food fermentation, and soothing healing and strengthening the inflamed stomach lining, which has become raw with the action of i harmful acJds. All over the world you s will find "Bisurated" Magnesia used by i people with a tendency to stomach t weakness, and among them not a few i experienced medical men. "Bisurated i Magnesia Is sold by all chemists in s both nowder and tablet forms. Get a s nackage today. It is the one sure re * medy that ends digestive IBs where I they start—quickly and completely four given a civic reception oy Mayor "Jimmy" Walker, of New York,...
MONGOLIA EXPECTED TONIGHT Will Load Cargo For England [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931
MONGOLIA EXPECTED TONIQHT Will Load Caigo For England -V Elder. Smith & Co, sttentt f or tha P. * O. Bowl Jfm^aqm'MmkmK reported yesterday that^e ve^ wajDpectoa at the Oa*r* is^tWlgsai eastern States shortly after midnight tonight. . . Arransaonents have been made for a special train to leave Adelaide far the shin's side at 8 ajn. tomorrow, returning from the Outer Harbor at 923 ajn. The Mongolia will load a quantity -& refrige rated and general cargo, and Is scheduled to sail for London, via 8uez, at 5 o'clock tomorrow afternoon. A special train for passengers f'^''^ will leave Adelaide at 325 pjn. tomorrow. After some weeks of Idleness at the north Arm. in the Port Adelaide River, the Ade laide Steamship Co.'* small coastal steamer has been returned to the inner harbor to be prepared lor further service. The Quorna wm leave on Monday for Part Lin. coin in place of the motor vessel Mlnnipa, which will leave Port Adelaide on Satur day tbr Melbourne to he overhauled. ...
AERIAL MAILS [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 7 October 1931
JWPTAT. MAILS BRISBANE. — Camooweal. Normanton, and Daly Waters (Darwin).— Fridays. 5 pjn.; due Adelaide. Thursday. 9 ajn. PERTH. DERBY WTrrJTIH*iM — Saturday. 8 a.m.; late fee, railway station, 9 a.m. ADELAIDE TO PERTH, via Ceduna. For rest, Kalgoorlle. United Klnedom &c. — Due Adelaide Wednesdays, 320 pjn.; let ters Saturdays. 8 ajn.: late fee, railway station, 9 a.m- Registered letters. Fri day. 6 pjn.