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HIGH MOTOR FINES ACT SHOULD BE AMENDED, SAYS MR. JESSOP Ordinary and Culpable Negligence [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 26 February 1931

HIGH MOTOR FINES ACT SHOULD BE AMENDED, SAYS MR. JESSOP Ordinary and Culpable Negligence "As the law now stands, it is pos- sible for a man to be fined from £50 to £100. if it is a second offence, for neglecting to blow his born when con- cerned in a motor accident;' stated Mr. C. L. Jessap. solicitor for the Royal Automobile Association, yesterday. He was referring to complaints re garding the Motor Vehicles Act brought under the notice of the Attorney-Gene ral <Mr. Denny) ihe previous day. Mr. Jessop .said it was never intended, when the Act was introduced, that the penalty of between £10 and £50 for die first offence, and £50 and £100 and im prisonment for the second offence, should toe imposed for ordinary neg ligence. The Act should be amended so thai such high penalties should apply only in cases of ''culpable" neglieencc. The wording of the section—driving "negligently, recklessly, or furiously"— was sufficient to chow that the penal ties mentioned should not apply...

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GOLF SPALDING CHAMPIONSHIP W. B. Robertson to Represent Tasmania Hobart, February 25. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 26 February 1931

GOLF SPALDING CHAMPIONSHIP W. B. Robertson to Represent Tasmania Hobart, February 25. The concluding rounds of the Tasmanian section of the Spalding overseas golf cham- pionship, played at Kingston Beach links to-day, produced some sensational scoring, the match being won by W. B. Robertson, with an aggregate ol 288 strokes lor 72 holes, eight strokes better than the total of his father. Jock Robertson. The winner tad rounds of 70 and 71 to day, the former score equalling the course record- Wi= brother. Alec Robertson, played super-golf In the afternoon, aud created a new course record of CB. His aggregate for the day was the best of all, npmely. 140, but indifferent play on Tuesday spoiled his chance of success. W. B. Robertson will represent Tasmania In Lhe deciding contest at Melbourne next ADELAIDE MATCH TODAY The 72 holes stroke play to decide the winner of the South Australian section of the Spa:ding Overseas Golf championship will begin at the Scaton links at 10 o'clock this ...

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WOMEN'S PENNANT TENNIS MISS E. LAWRENCE DEFEATS MRS. P.R. BEGG MISS BEETON PLAYS WELL [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 26 February 1931

WOMEN'S PENNANT TENNIS MISS E. LAWRENCE DEFEATS MRS. P.R. BEGG MISS BEETON PLAYS WELL By Top-Flite A foil programme of women's matches was played at the Asso- ciation Courts, War Memorial Drive, yesterday afternoon, Two A grade and eight B grade Croats j were decided. Miss Lois Beeton was promoted from B grade to fill the vacancy in tlie Hyde Park team caused by the indisposition of Miss C. Finlayeon. This promising young player staged an exceptional per formance in outplaying the former inter-State representative, Mrs. Hact. She triumphed in the first set, 6—3. I Two inter-State players—Mrs. P. R. I Besg and IlCss Edna Lawrence —played a Marathon contest. Thirty-two games were contested before finality was reached. Each won a set at 6^-5. and excitement ran high in the deciding set when both players returned drive for drive in an astonishing manner. Miss Lairrence kept a strong grip of the set. and ultimately won it. 6— i. Sturt B dereated East Torrens B by an odd game, scoring 3 r...

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THE STATE PARTY AND BYELECTIONS HOW WILL THE CANDIDATES BE CHOSEN? [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 26 February 1931

THE STATE PARTY AND BYELECTIONS HOW WILL THE CANDIDATES BE CHOSEN? An interesting point has also arisen concerning the methods to be adopted by the State branch of the Labor Party for the selection of candidates for future elec tions and specially by-elections. The party might be called upon at an early date to select a candidate for an extra ordinary vacancy. Some time ago a system was adopted under which candidates for the elec torates in the metropolitan area were to be chosen by tlie respective electorate authorities with a plebiscite if neces sary. Previously they had been chosen in a group and allocated their districts by electorate committees or the council of the party. There had been consider able dissatisfaction regarding the new method of electorate selection and a committee was appointed to report on the whole procedure.' Wbo is to Decide? In the meantime, the State electoral laws bad been amended to provide for the preferential system of voting, and it was contended by ...

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YARRA GLEN TO-DAY Acceptances At Scale [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 26 February 1931

YARRA GLEN TO-DAY Acceptances At Scale 130 (Adelaide time)—HANDICAP MAIDEN PLATE Tive and a half furlongs. St. lb. St. Ib. Rublcan Trout 9 0 Sure Win .... 8 0 Dongola .... 8 9 Green and Lieutenant White ... 7 13 Park .... B 1 Spearerlca . . 7 13 Blntang ..... 8 7 Waninga .... 7 11 I Star Rosa ... 8 7 White Anton . 7 11 ; ! Marfil 8 7 Ascrct 7 11 ! Air Bubble ..35 Farcelia .... 7 7 I Eenals 3 S Waterside ... 7 7 Wooratiy .... 8 5 Idea! Lady (not Eplnard .... 8 0 eligible.* 2—FLYING HANDICAP Five and a half furlongs Binna ..... 9 13 Oreen Moth ..76 L2dv Sav?aax. 9 5 Saicion .... 7 5 Status 8 8 More Cyllcne . 7 0 Golden Buna . 8 7 Lady Pufciinya 6 9 Amor 3 5 Gold Switch . 6 7 Boorcello . ..84 Plying Cross .67 Urangarra ... 7 13 White Anton . 6 7 Invictus .... 7 10 2.43—YAKRA GLEN HANDICAP One mile and 80 yards. Bex Aurontlc . 9 0 Pious Kate . . 7 11 Footsac .... 8 9 Grecnun .... 7 6 BDiTcdale .... 8 6 Spear Lily ..75 Ethelton .... 8 3 Torloala .... 7 4 Bonnie Bob. . 8 2 Farlure .... 7 ...

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KALASHIE, 9 TO 4 ON, WINS MENTONE HURDLES Shooting Boy Second in Chase Melbourne, February 20. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 26 February 1931

KALASHIE, 9 TO 4 ON, WINS MENTONE HURDLES Shooting Boy Second in Chase Melbourne, February 20. The Mentone Racing Club held a meet- ing to-day in fine weather. The attendance was fair Detais"- TRIAL HURDLE RACE TRIAL HURDLE RACE Two miles and 20 yards Mr. H. L. Austins cii g KALASHIE. by Sea Pnr.ce—Lilting, S yrs_ 10 st. C lb. (J. Wenn) 1 Mr. E. Surlmg'.^ eh g Destine. 5 yrs, 9 st. 2 lb. (R. Sivcetuam) 2 Mr H. E. Connolly's eh g Boocathan. agc-d. 9 st. 11 lb* (W. How=on) .. .. 3 Otbc.t—Lanary. Lycll Boy. Betlins I"A.-3UV price- >—9 to 4 OS Kala^hie. 4 to 1 Eoocatiuii, 10 to 1 Destine, I 15 to 1 Lanary. 20 to 1 Lye.l Boy. Won Dy t~o ;cnst"n£; jne and a half lengths. Time. 3 m:ii. 45',i sec. TWO-YtAS-OLD HANDICAP Sis furlongs Mr. H. G Leeki br g BLACK ALEC, j by Beiu Pils—^Moonbar, 7 st. 5 Ib. I iH. Morris) ll Mr. D. Daniels s eh f Cupidity 6 st. 9 lb. (N. Percival) ' 2 Mr. C. B. Kel'.ow's eh c Heroic Prince, 9 st. (W Duncan) 3 Others—La Jaconde, Stardom. Stratford. Mcrrile.vs, Jas...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 26 February 1931

2X? r^^T SEPARATOR FHICBS:— Witbout Patttes %.\ J§y Wltt> Pattles- 15 galls., £717/6. Jg?g^ 22 galls.. £9 10/. 30 galls, £1010/. All makes ot Separation repaired. A-W.DofcbJe&Co.Limitcd 9* BUNDLE ST., ADELAIDE Phone C 6170 PI9IOC Fixing Price oF N.S.W. Flour.—The VgTj~%TlT\ /"*/"YT 17 Minister for Agriculture (Mr. Dunn) WUKU UL/L/F in the Legislative Assembly in Sydney yesterday announced his intention to move for leave to bring in a Bill to fix pi AHT TRCCC Cflf flTinN the price of flour in New South Wales k UU"'tltEla SUl-UIlUn for home consumption. tt^^ — __ The solution of today's Word Golf NEW FAT-REDUCING piS& is: 5jura. plays, prays. METHOD FROM PARIS PREYS- 1*&^^ EEa Oxygen Does It Safely ~~ Scientists and famous experts on BB^FBUfflfiffWIlCTHIWMHBiMMBMI beauty in Paris are removing fat by injecting oxygon under the skin. The gm method is successful IIMf u*jtfflWVBjB KB because the lat is hL^^k W ? "oxidised" or burnt O^ f '?? ;up—but it is painful...

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MOTOR CYCLE NOTES AND EVENTS CLUB ACTIVITIES Motor Cycle Club of S.A. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 26 February 1931

MOTOR CYCLE NOTES AND EVENTS CLUB ACTIVITIES Motor Cycle Club of S.A. Coming Events:—To-night, general monthly meeting. February 27—Entries [?] for final meeting of Speedway Royale on March 7. February 28-Kadina and on Marca 7. February 28—Kadina and District Motor Cycle Club sports afternoon at. Wallaroo Nortn beacH. Speedway Boyile meeting as WayvUe. March I—Comolned1 —Comolned clubs' run to the Gorge picnic grounds. March 7—Fln&i Speedway Soyalc meeting at Wayvllle. March 26—Carnival at Glenelg. —Tne general montnly meeting will be nald In the clubrooms. Flinders-street, to-night, and all members are asked to attend. — Entries for the ttnal meeting at the Speed way Boyale on March 7 clo?e at the cub rooms at 9 o'clock to-morrow wghi.— Voucher No. 14 is to be presented at trie clubrooms lor members' complimentary tic kets lor Saturday.—The combined ciues' run will be held on Sunday, leaving iae ciub rooms at 30 sjh. for the Gorge-road re serve. All affiliated duos are Inte...

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WEATHER MAP [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 26 February 1931

WEATHER MAP In the above map the isobars or lines of equal barometer pressure are shown, the values being indicated by the figures at the end of each line; m denotes milli- bar. Direction of the wind is shown by arrows flying with the wind:—Light breeze, moderate breeze, strong breeze. gale, 209 > ; O represents calm. The state of the sea is shown by the letter B (smooth). M (moderate). R (roneh). V S (rerr rough). X indicates rain ha? fallep. FORECAST C -'?d at 9 pja. Wednesday).—Cloudy and becoming cooler generally w.i. "'eshening west to south winds; some scattered showers, chiefly coast;! and tendency to thunder. PHASES O* THE MuON Laslquar.el teoruarv 10. Mew moun Feb ruary 17. First Quarter February 26 Fuii ?coa Marco 4 Caicncs.- —February 2G Sun rise-; 5.59 a.m.. sew 6.53 p.m. M= :n ri.-ei 2.1 n.m.. =e:s 11.3? p.m. i THERMOiTETES READINGS I Asc-l3;(Se. Wednesday, February 25 ! Jla:;:rr.um in li'.e tu:i. 150 5. : Maximum :u ri-,e siica:-, 100 S ! Minimum. 0C.5. i FH'.DE TSM...

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BARRIERS FIRMER Investments Mostly Steadier [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 26 February 1931

BARRIERS FIRMER Investments Mostly Steadier Notwithstanding the casings in metal prices a firmer market ruled for Barrier and other non-ferrous metal mining companies' shares on the Stock Exchange of Adelaide yesterday. However, the previous day's improvement 3n activity was not main tained. Little attention was paid to trolrt or oil concerns, and few material altt>r>- Uons were registered in quotations. Light to moderate business was written in a few of the Commonwealth loans and gene ral Investments, values for the majority of which showed a tendency to harden. Tiie lollcwibe table shows how yester day's closing cash sales compared with pre ceding ones:— Rises Commonwealth 6 per cent, 1937 . 10/ B.A.W.H.A. 3g Walkerville Brewing .. .. 10-t Harris, Scarfe. ord. .. .. .. .. ... 63 Nestles, pref ~ .. .", 8d" Broken Sill South .. .. .. .. .... 3d. North Broken HUI 41^3 Zinc Corporation, ord. .. .. .. .. id Guinea Gold .. .. „ 6d. Lake View-and Star 4d Falls Commonwealth 5Va per ...

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LOCAL MARKET QUIET QUOTATIONS SLIGHTLY EASIER [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 26 February 1931

LOCAL MARKET QUIET QUOTATIONS SLIGHTLY EASIER Private cable advices received on Wednes- day, gave the English wheat market the previous day as Idle, with prices nominally unchanged, There were few sales, these Included 2.500 tons by the Zrlnski. Victoria, at 21/9 to Sicily, two parcels of 1,000 tons each. March-April, from Western Australia, to Malta, at 22/6; other Email sales were mentioned at up to 23/. Shippers sold 63 lb. Barusso, February-March bills, at 21/ -and No. 2. Northern Manitoba, afloat, at Liverpool futures for March were un changed at 4/5-cental. All other positions firmed %d. May to 4/6%. July to 4/7%, and October to 4/9%. This market was affected by holders of March futures liquidating cargoes of Plate wheat arriv ing, for the option. The close was steady. The difference between spot and forward months may possibly widen further. Chi cago options for March were unchanged at 3/3 13-16, May declined lid. to 3/5% bushel, July 13-16 d. to 2/9 5-16, and Octo ber 11-I6d...

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OFFICIAL REPORT OF THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN STOCK SALESMEN'S [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 26 February 1931

OFFICIAL REPORT OF THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN STOCK SALESMEN'S and ?mig districts, but the bulk were de rived from the south-east ol this State. The catalogue as a whole was very dis appointing. Only a few quality consign ments came to hand, the principal drafts consisting of light and handywelght wethers ranging from forward to tillable enrf useful order. Ewes were much more numerous than of late and with few ex ceptions they were aged and of non descript type. The local trade were in attendance at the opening sales and with keen competition values underwent an appreciable advance on last week's rates. As the da; progressed bidding became keener and prices showed a gradual Im provement, tiie market fi"'ltll"R strongly. Country butchers were In attendance and absorbed several hundred head, but graziers' enquiry was limited. Quotations: heavy wethers, 16/ to 18/; odd pens, higher; good, 13/6 to 15/6; useful, U/6 to 13/: light and plain, considerably lower; prune heavy ewes, 12/6 to 14/6; o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 26 February 1931

Adelaide's Finest Motorcycle Showrooms present to you the following 1931 Agencies : New Hudson The Twin Cylinder of 24 years' standing. Douglas The most modernised single cylinder machine. > Fully enclosed. (See the Road Test Report ? elsewhere on this page.) I James I The best value Lightweight. !| AIX SPAKES AVAILABLE INSPECT AT OUR \ FUR THE ABOVE AGENCIES. NEW SHOWROOMS. | EASY TERMS AND BEST SERVICE ASSURED. !| G4RD BROS. p=:=:=s"i=r':S^L"l 21-13 GOUGEB SSTfiET \ v^'Z'UZZ'Z ! Phone ContrtU GS9 ? Address ! ? mm m tfj^ttfrrrrrrr -----?""??..?.?????????j???jj?????????.' €*?!§> Biding Comfort ?* Motor Cycles Modern Features! i^_^ ——?—I Specification lor speclllca „ - ?wa 2p ?-??'"? ?' -: a?d price lor price /*. ' N S&SS3S& *-: there Is no otber machine ' <agg£. oa ?*lc market which equals HnHHElV^^M^B^f! Traditional A. J.S.E!Hclency tMss?STwrfr ?'^JBCZIXi* and Reliability are in even ji3BS^gj|pg!r3Bifej^S?*TSy greater evidence than aafe^f-&l...

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SERIAL STORY THE ADVENTURES OF LOUIS DE ROUGEMONT AS TOLD BY HIMSELF SYNOPSIS [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 26 February 1931

SERIAL STORY THE ADVENTURES OF LOUIS DE ROUGEMONT AS TOLD BY HIMSELF SYNOPSIS Louis de Rougemont left France when in and embarked on the Veielland with Peter Jensen at Singapore on a pearling [?][ south at Mew Guinea. Because tne taaol was good Jensen stayed too long a* sea. and a violent storm swept bis boats ?ad dams away, leaving de Bougemont alms en tbe VeteUand. Searching for tad. be was wrecked on a tiny Island, ?ncn raatigf experiences befell >"m He garni trrt toe days and months with pearl ?bena, taU of despair when vessels passed mnimut seeing cts signals. Stores had Ijaen landed tram the wrecked Velclland. aad. de Bougemont buUt a crude boat. ?Ucb be was unable to saU out of the 'Wand latnim surrounded by coral. Bis sole cjgaapanloo TO his dog, Bruno, until a aC^ graining a native, his wile, and nn Mok. drills on the sandbank. After aoane aaonttas they all escape in the boat dfc Umimiiwil has built, and the Island dis aaweaxs trom new. a cruise among tropi cal adands I*...

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THE THIRD DEGREE WHAT HAS HAPPENED SO FAR [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 26 February 1931

THE THIRD DEGREE 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             By R. A. J. Walling Author of "The Fatal Glove," &c. 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 ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 26 February 1931

ADELAIDE RACING CLUB, LTD iI.VSCB JTEETIVC TICTORII PAKE samutAT, UARcn 2ttb, 1931. f£l? I??KEVS HUSDLE. f Ililes. ?1?? ?*as TBIAU One Mile-. ~?1SS SICH'SONI* TASK STAKEa 6 V tars. ,*:sw? the oo\E?Xoa-s handicap. "1 m. 3 Jtirs TOBBENS STEEPLECHASEBS' PLAT. 1 ?ile and & fun. TXISS KMSIL!. ?>ITEK. rt:.? m.'.c. via BROWXHIIX HAVDIC.M-. ?.l furs. ?W?C>"AT?OVS CLOSE A'ielaMf an-i Mcl ???aTw. f c\-:?rt. C 3 DOSD.U. Marrh l<i:h. ftutuiaw a^ ?a-l rarTJ"---1"*; an be o^ | tmmi ax. lie i^? of ih? Club. -'-' Currie^rnw-t. | linW*X . _ & & gFfW?HM& gesetarr. LAURA JOCKEY CLUB EASTER MEETING, APRIL 6th £250"-? ~£250 £45—nUKflLE RACE, abont two milts. KoTniiu;io:,. 10/,- ai-cep-tnce, 10/. £30—FLY1XG HANDICAP, about six fur lonce. So3iir.a;?ii. ]?/; acceptance. 7,' C. £20—NOVICE RACE. W.F.A.. abont six fllrlor-ss. X.imir.S'.iln. 7/C; ncct-p-jace. 7/6. £00—LAl'RA lIANDfCAP, about nine fur lor.L'-. Scaiirat'?, 12/fi; ampUCit, 10/. £25—HAXIUCAI' TRIAL ...

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Monetary and Commercial RUSSIAN WHEAT FUTURE PROSPECTS By the CITY EDITOR [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 26 February 1931

Monetary and Commercial RUSSIAN WHEAT FUTURE PROSPECTS By the CITY EDITOR The large shipments of wheat from the Black Sea which were sold by the Soviet Government to European mar- bets daring the later months of last yeAr at k)w prizes, had a very disturb inc e£ec? upon the world's markets, buu as an English writer remarked, "xusproporuonaie to tbe actual volume of Sh addition :o the world's mar £el fo^pliefi." The chief disturbing feature however, is the reappearance of Russia as an important grain ship per, and ihe possibility of larger ex ports in the next lew years. Refer ence to this increase is made by Dr. Mxrunt, chief of the division cf soil s^u-vevfe of rhe United States Depart- Bseat- of Agriculture, in an article which appeared in the "Geographical Review of Nex York" for January. In Shis, tiie >iiier said that Russia pos sessed a porential advantage over the t3ciftecl States in having available a larger area of first-grade wheat land and although the latter country ha...

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LAURA EASTER PROGRAMME [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 26 February 1931

LAURA EASTER PROGRAMME The Laura Jockey Club Easier pro- gramme shows that this old northern club has allotted for its Easter meeting £250 for seven events—which includes Hurdles. Flying, Noi-ice. Laura Handicap. Trial Stakes, Jumpers' F.p.t, and Booyoo'.le Hra dicap. For tbe chief event—Laura Handi cap— £60 has been allocated as state money. To meet the financial e?:i£reccies of the t;'Eie a substantial reduction lias been made in nomination, acceptance, and admission charges. Included i:i the equip ment of this up-!o-datc course are a mo dern totalizator, irrand stand, ladies* re tiring room, commodious luncheon, and publicans' booths, direct telegraphic com munication with the course. loose boxes, jockey's room, and enclosures. An effi cient and competent staff has been en gaged lor the working of the totallsator, which will this year be worked as 10/ and 2/6 tote. Nominations close on March 23 and acceptances on Starch 28.

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THE UNIVERSITY OF ADELAIDE PUBLIC EXAMINNATIONS BOARD SUPPLEMENTARY LEAVING EXAMINATION FEBRUARY, 1931 PASS LIST [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 26 February 1931

THE UNIVERSITY OF ADELAIDE PUBLIC EXAMINNATIONS BOARD SUPPLEMENTARY LEAVING EXAMINATION FEBRUARY, 1931 PASS LIST English Literature (£3): Greek (GL:: Latin iL): French i.F); JrTench, includii-t oral (Fo); German (Gnl; German, Includ ing ora: (Guo); Ancient History (Alii; Modem History (Mh); Economics History (Eh); Economics *Ec); Geography (Gg); Arttomstic <i): MatnemaUes Part L (Ml); Mathematics, Part II. (M2>; Physics (Pci; Chemistry (C); Geology toil; Baiany (Bt); Piiysioiogr (PI); Bookkeep ing <Bk): Shorthand, 120 words per minute (S>. Slion.ian<l, 140 v/orfis p^r minute (Sa); Drawing (D); Music (ID. Au asterisk (x) -denotes a. credit. Aiichiou. Donald Leslie Judsou. M 2. Norxoui High School: Allen. Harold Fen tou. Ej. Adelaide Higli School; Anderses, Dorothy Anderson, Eg. Muirden College: Angel, Marie Milton, Eg. Ml, Presbyterian Girls' Coiiegc; Arnold, Edwin Arnold, 111 St. Peter's Collegiate School; Araott. Bessie, P, I>resbyterian Gi...

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ST. PATRICK'S DAY [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 26 February 1931

ST. PATRICK'S DAY For the annual celebration on St Patrick's Day the main feature will be four massed school displays, the chief of which will be a combined massed display representing the outline of Aus tralia, with the word "welcome," em bracing approximately 1.500 children. The items included in the programme are tableau parade, bicycle races, a dis play by girls from convent schools, a maypole dance by pupils of St. Joseph schools, school championship for boys and girls. C.V.M.S. handicap, school relay races, physical exercises, display by boys, and Irish dancing. A design depicting St. Patrick has been chosen for this year's badge. The concert ?nill be held in the Exhibition Buildings on Tuesday evening, March 17. A feature of the concert will be the presentation of an address of welcome to the Arch bishop by the laity. The usual attrac tive programme of dancing events will be held. The procession this year will leave the Cathedral, proceed to Pu. teney-street, thence to Rundle...

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