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Cut among the People [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 26 February 1931
Cut among the People By Rufus. By Rugus. YESTERDAY was a particularly dis- agreeable day. It reminded one of the old-time brickfielders, Mr. Con- way Walter said to me at lunch. "There s always one consolation, tt might le worse." As if to exemplify his re aark he took from his pocket some ihorographs sent him from Java by Jill Marshall, the well-known Adelaide ockey, of De Marapi in eruption. Some if the photographs showed the Java lese lying dead in the lava. Another nteresting man I met was Herb Bar lard. who is about again after a seri es illness. He said: "I was in hos nta.l for three weeks and at the sea- Me for another three weeks. The jpecialist who attended me said, 'All I an tell you is teat you are suffering rom an unknown fever. After you rere stricken there were three similar ases at the Adelaide Hospi val * I ran i temperature of 104 and 105, and from Srough 3" 3r * WaS lucky to Tananu And Gold r HAVE had numerous telephone calls ?- letters, and personal enquiries in ?...
DISLIKED WOMEN IN SMOKER Man Smoked Inside; Fined £3 [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 26 February 1931
DISLIKED WOMEN IN SMOKER Man Smoked Inside; Fined £3 "Clear the ladies out of the smok- ing compartment and I will go in," James Robert Craig is allesed to have said to 'he conductor of a Glenelg tram on January 27 v.'hen asked to 6top smoking in a portion of the car uot set apart for smoking. Giving evidence before Messrs. S. J. Bowden and G. J. Smith in No. 4 Ade laide Police Court yesterday, Sydney Hawkes, tram conductor, stated that at the time there vrere fv -^aat seats in the sinoking compartment. After being asked .iines, Craig had extingutehed his cigarette. Craig was fined £3, with 11/6 costs. CLAIM FOB WAGES 1 Jack Arthur Sanderson Williams claimed £43 from Frederick Ronald Woodrow, of Pullarlon, alleged to be wages due on December 27, before Messrs. A. J. Bowden and G. J. Smith,! in No. 4, Adelaide Police Court, yes-1 terday. Mi. J. E. Ashton appeared for Wil liams and Mr. E. J. C. Hcgaa for Wood row. The case was adjourned until March 5. SPEEDED, THEN GAVE BROTHER'S NAME...
STILL ANOTHER PARTY FORM "DIGGERS" AND LOYALISTS Sydney, February 25 [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 26 February 1931
STILL ANOTHER PARTY FORM "DIGGERS" AND LOYALISTS Sydney, February 25 A new party, having as one of its objects the organisation of former service men and loyal Australians, was launched at Sydney to-day It is to launched a: Sydney to-day. It is to be tnown as the Soldiers' and Citizens' ?riie organisation -srill stand for loyalty to the King s.v.d country, I honesty of purpose, and sane, business like, and economic legislation. It is proposed to establish brand-f -in every Federal electorate. The policy of the parry irclucifs ?;? abolition ot Stare Pariiair.Rms and i compulsory arb;t:ation. reduction of salaries of highly-paid Government servants and members of Parliament. 3 and opposition to any interference mUJa. the currency. __
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 26 February 1931
Children sometimes develop a rash, particularly during ho^ weather. Macr nos will frequently afford relief. It may be piven with perfect safety to children of all ages. (12). WARNING When ordering Yeaston Tablets make sure the letters R.O.X. are stamped lon every tablet. All chemists. * LATE ADVERTISEMENTS Amusements JAZZ—TO-NIGHT. BIT-TALO HAM,. MAYLAXDS. TED SHUNUttAY'S OKCUESl'BA. MOXTE CARLO. Admission. 1/. g'cbliv Nolicts 1, ROY PHTROFr. of Hul-arian nationality, li.irn at Areujus. l!iil£jr:j. ar.d resident Itfrri, in iho State rf tfoutii Aust-alia. intend ? a:>ii!v fur _\aiitr:iJR::ioii under tile C?a)ioon v!>i!:'i "Nj:U>::j.:ij- A::, l'jitl 2j.—ROY I'ET Souses and Flats to Vet \ DEI.AinE. Sxi:!i-ut., "Pinjarra." comf^ablo tV iii-.-i&lt;i !i::Jl. Sil:-O'.r.-j:.-.ta Flat; j=-ppc;:o:i iMviT!-!!.—C. 3?iS. I Motor Cycles ! IVAXTLI). V-E- Jl0l3tl1 Doas'-as Cosine, i ?V ,:,'..ip. rirtlfj:.-!^ I. J. JlcEir.-v, Narra- j Motor Cars L\TANTt:i>. liL'!.; Car. \V:,:...
POISONING CHARGES AGAINST MRS. HEARN Alleged to Have Killed Sister and Friend SLOW SUFFERING LONDON, February 24. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 26 February 1931
POISONING CHARGES AGAINST MRS. HEARN Alleged to Have Killed Sister and Friend SLOW SUFFERING LONDON, February 24. A double charge of arsenic poisoning against Mrs. Annie Hearn was revealed in the Police Court at Launceston, Cornwall, to-day, when Mrs. ITearn was charged with hav ing murdered her sister, Miss Lydia Msry Everard. 52. Mrs. Hearn also stands charged v.-itli the murder ol Mrs. Alice Thomas, who lived with her husband en a farm near Laun ceston. On October 13 Mrs. Hearn and Mr. and Mrs Thomas went for a picnic. They ate salmon sand wiches provided by Mrs. Hearn. Mr. Thomas be came Eliehtly ill afterwards, but a dose of whisky cured hitn On the way home Mrs. i nomas became ill. and died in the Ply mouth Hospital a few hours after hav ing been admitted. Mrs. Hearn stayed with Mrs. Thomas while she was ill. In the Police Court to-day, Mr. Dev lin, who prosecuted, said Dr. Lynch, the Home Office expert was of the opinion that Mi&s Everard was slowly poisoned during th...
RELIEF WORK AT PORT PIRIE Method of Selection Criticised [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 26 February 1931
RELIEF WORK AT PORT PIRIE Method of Selection Criticised At a meeting of the Port Pirie Asso- ciation a motion of no confidence in the town clerk (Mr. E.E. Garrett) was moved by Mr. C.J. Emery (president) a.:;d carried. The motion tock excep- ; ;i:.'i to the manner in which Mr. Gar-? rett had been selecting the men in the past tu-010 Friday* for relief vrork. The r.s?-ci.-.iion urgently requested the | council relief committee to appoint, j rtiioLhtr man to carry out the r/ork. ; It was decided to "forward the reso- j lution to the Minister of Labor andj Employment, in Adelaide. '
SOCIAL NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 26 February 1931
SOCIAL NOTES LADY KITTY SAYS— Reports of Weddings and other items intended for insertion In the Social Column of "The Advertiser" should be forwarded as early as I possible. All invitations and com j municatJons in connection with purely sorial matters, in order to avoid delay and confusion, should be addressed to the Social Editress. Dr. and Mrs. E. W. Morris are stay- I ing at "The Shay," Stirling West. I Mr. and Mrs. Percy Williams, of | Glenelg. and their son John, left by the i express on Wednesday for Melbourne and the Gippsland Lakes. The engagement is announced of I Frances Lorna, only daughter of Mr. i Bedford T. Hack, of Manntarra Station, : We-itern Australia, and the late I Mrs. Hack. to Robert Rooke, cnly son of the late S. R. Page, of I Moonta, and Mrs. Page, Hill-street, North Adelaide. Miss Edna Abraham, of Teoko, South Australia, and her sister Verna, are spending a fortnight at Victor Harbour. Mrs E. Waterman, of Hewitt-avenue, Rose Park, is making progress towards...
VICTORIA LIKELY TO WIN LINTON CUP S. A. DEFEATS QUEENSLAND New South Wales Takes Wilson Cup Sydney, February 25. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 26 February 1931
VICTORIA LIKELY TO WIN LINTON CUP S. A. DEFEATS QUEENSLAND New South Wales Takes Wilson Cup Sydney, February 25. In the Linton cup championship matches to-day, Victoria's defeat of New south Wales made its ultimate success in the contest almost certain Victoria is the only undefeated team. The Wilson Cup, for girls, which was contested for the first time, was won by New South Wales, which was undefeated in the matches agains: Queensland, Victoria, and South Aus tralia. Results:— LINTON CUP Queensland v. Sontb Australia Quist d. Doctor, 7—5, 6—2; Thomas d. Smith, 6—4, 6—3; Schwartz-Mc- Michael d. Doctor-Smith; 6—3, 6—3 South Australia—Three rubbers, 6 sets. 37 games; Queensland—l 9 games Victoria—Two rubbers, 5 sets, 47 games, dpfeated Queensland—One rub ber, 2 sets, 35 games. New South Wales—Three rubbers, 6 sets, 36 games, defeated Tasmania- Five games. Victoria—Two rubbers, 4 sets, 31 games, beat New Souxh. Wales—Two sets, 25 games. WILSON CUP New South Wales v. Sontb Australia j ...
Advertiser Crosswords-5 [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 26 February 1931
Advertiser Crosswords-5 *T&lt;he, r'liioa 47- beared. 67. Lone 8- Tree. iiie wura 49 peer cteps 9 Expressea . ACROSS 50. Roars. 6S- Hides. 10 satires. 1. Told. ?|; f&USrton. ?OWN 11. At pro- 7. Fleeting. 55. Flower. 1. Color. sent -13. Food 5~- Born. 2. Fade away. 12. Hot 14 Humblest. 5S> Wflrsn'P- 3- iJ-'- ?ian?J. eprings. 14. Humblest. 61 Ho!d 4 Prolics 17 Vesse j 15. Deer. C 4. Enemy. 5. Eternity. iq TVfoiKtiire 16. Retaliates. C 5. Unplaced. 6. Doctor. i,? tli^li IS. Unsub- 66- Tippler. 7. Coin. 25! Pinafore. Stantial. C????i? N~ j| -6- Headwear. 20 B?fore SolohOD No. 4 27 . rjves. , 2S. Ecstasj-. 2I- Self- 31. Cutter. 23. One and 32. Demol nine. Islied. Instru- 39. Snubs, ment. 40. Icy mass. 27. Renew 42. Willing, circuit. 44. Soothe. 2!>. Egrg^s. 45. Despots. 30. Cooled- 47. Require, down. 48. Meal. 33. Organ. 51. Tease. 34. Shelter. 53. Touched. 35. Excuses. 55. Seats 3fi. Serpents. 56. Winners. 37. Resort. 59. Nonsense: 3S. liest. 60. Tip. 39. Ire- 62. ...
SHEEPSKINS FIASCO [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 26 February 1931
SHEEPSKINS FIASCO Some ten weeks has elapsed since, by its sudden and arbitrary imposition of an export duty on sheepskins, the Fede- ral Government supplied a vivid illus- tration of what might be expected on a much larger scale from a Socialistic dispensation unfettered by Parliamen tary control. Throughout this period, which will be extended till the edict comes before Parliament for considera tion, and doubtless for nullification by the Senate, the sheepskin market has been in a state of paralysis such as it has never experienced before. The Government declares that if the duty is not ratified by Parliament it will be refunded. But there has been a careful avoidance of any statement as to what will be done to recoup the graziers and farmers for the wastage which has been incurred through the stoppage of sales, and which, as we were informed by our Sydney corres pondent last week, amounts in his own State to many thousands of pounds. The unsold skins stored throughout the Commonw...
SYHNEY QUOTATIONS SYDNEY QUOTATIONS Sydney, February 25. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 26 February 1931
&nbsp; SYDNEY QUOTATIONS Sydney, February 25. Straw—Tasmanlan. to £4 10/; Victorian, to £4. Victorian oaten hay. £7. Maize — Prime, to 4/; weevlly, to 3/9. Millet. £30 to £35. Peas—Tasmanian, ex store, biue, 6/; grey. 7/. Potatoes—Tasmanlan Brow nells. £6 10/; Bismarcks, £6; Victorian Carmens, £5 10/. Onions—Victorian, to £4 10/. Tasmanlan Swedes, £6. Carrots. £6. Hocey—Board minimum prices. Queen B, 4tid.; Honey B, 4d.; Busy B, 3',id- Eggs—Board prices, new laid ben, 1/6; medium, 1/3: pullet, lid.; case, 1/2; duck, first grade. 1/6; second grade, 1/4; other grades, northern rivers, south coast, and railway consignments, 1/2. Wheat—Prac tically standstill; buyers pausing; silo offering 2/3; bagged wheat, nominally about 2/4 for parcels: growers' bagged lots. 22, ex trucks. Sydney, equivalent to 1/7 at country stations.
MELBOURNE QUOTATIONS Melbourne, February 25 [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 26 February 1931
MELBOURNE QUOTATIONS Melbourne, February 25 Wheat quiet, parcels 2 3½, 2/4. Flour £3, €8 5/. Bran urn-., £4. Pollard steady. £4 15,'. Oats, milling quality, firmer. 1.9, 1 10: feeti. szcati-7. 1,5. 1/6. Barley slow Easllsh nominal 2/6, 2/7; Cape. 1.6; feed English. 1/7, 1/9; Cape. 1/4. Maize dull. 3/11, 4/. Chaff quiel, steady. £3, £3 10/. , Potatoes, poor demand, easier. £3 10/, £3 15/. Onions weak, easier, £2 10/, £2 IS/. Jute unchanged.
FBUITGBOWEBS' AND MARKET GARDENERS" ASSOCIATION NEW [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 26 February 1931
FRUITGROWERS' AND MARKET GAR- DENERS' ASSOCIATION NEW MARKET 2/ lb.; beetroot. 1/ dGzen; cabbages, 2/ to 4/ a dozen; caprl cums. 6d- a lb.: carrots, 1/6 to 2/ a dozen bunches; celery, 3/ to 4/ a dozen heads; chillies, 6d. a lb.: cucumbers. 1/ to I' 6 a dozen; do. (apple), 6d. to 9d. a dozen, horseradish. 1/ a lb.; garlic, 7d. a lb.; l&lt;"\^. ' J a dozen; isttures. i, to 1/6 a dozen; marjoram, 9d. a dozen bunches; mint. 6d. a dozen bunches: onions. 5/ to 6/ a cwt.; do. (pickling), 10/ to 12/ a cvrt.; parsley, 9d. a dozen bunches; parsnips. 1/6 to 2/ a doren bunches: peas, 6/ to 7/ a bushel; potatoes, 4/6 to 5/ a cwt.; pump kins, 6/ a dozen; radishes, 9d. a dozen bunches; rhubarb, 9d. to 1/ a dozen lb.; sage. 9d. a dozen bunches; shalots. 7d. a lb.; spinach, 3/ a dozen bunches: thyme, 9d. a dozen bunches: tomatoes, 3/ to 4/ a case: trombones. 3/ to 2/ a dozen bunches; vegetable marrows, 4/ a dozen: watercress, 6d. a dozen bunches: Apples (eating), 5/ to 6/ a case; ao. (cookin...
POSTAL ARRANGEMENTS February 26. February 25. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 26 February 1931
POSTAL ARRANGEMENTS February 26. February 25. UNITED KINGDOM, EUROPE. CEYLON. EGYPT, INDIA, AND SINGAPORE.—Per Mongolia (due London March 28). Letters and commercial papers, this day, 10.30 a.m.; late fee, 12 noon. Supplementary. via Eremantle—Regis- tered letters, this day, 6 p.m.; letters and commercial papers, February 27, 8 a.m.; late fee, 9.30 a.m, from railway. &nbsp; Air mail closes 8 a.m., Saturday, at O J. 0.. connects with Mongolia at Fre mantle (due London March 25). Later malls to the United Kingdom (via Suez) —Per Orontes. March 6 (due London April 4); per Moreton Bay. March 9 (due London April 9); per Narkunda. March 13 (due London April 11); per Onmsay. March 20 (due London April 18). EASTERN STATES. CANBERRA. AND TASMANIA.—Monday. Wednesday, and Friday. 5 p.m.; late fee. 5.30 pjn.: &25 pjn. from railway. Tuesday and Thurs day. 3.30 pjn.; late lee, 4 pjn.; 450 pjn. from railway. Saturday, 3 pjn.; late fee. 4 pjn.. at railway-station. WESTERN AUSTRALIA....
MR. LYONS FACES PARTY [?] MOTION DISCUSSED Hobart, February 25. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 26 February 1931
MR. LYONS FACES PARTY [?] MOTION DISCUSSED Hobart, February 25. No definite motion of expulsion was submitted at to-days State conference of the A.L.P., but, it is understood that, if either the censure motion or the amendment to it that was submitted, is carried, both the former P.M.G. (Mr. Lyons) and Mr. Guy, M.H.R., will re gard it as one of expulsion. The moderate section of the confer ence, however, feels confident that it will carry the day. The debate, which lasted throughout the day, was marked with much bitter ness. An amendment was submitted to the motion forwarded from the Federal conference, condemning the actions of members ol Parliament in not submit ting to majority decisions of Caucus. Mr. Lyons made a diplomatic speech, in which he defended the stand he had taken, and claimed that had the Prime Minister permitted a ballot at the mo mentous caucus meeting held on his return from England, the motion for the reappointmeut of Mr. Theodoie would not have been carried. He...
WINDJAMMER RACE PONAPE REGARDED AS LIKELY WINNER [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 26 February 1931
WINDJAMMER RACE PONAPE REGARDED AS LIKELY WINNER With the four windjammers now at sea, the race from Port Adelaide to Queenstown (Ireland) has started seriously. The ships competing are the tour- masters Ponape, Lawhill, and Mel- bourne, and the three-master, Penang. The last vessel to leave, the Mel- borne, which sailed from the Sema- phore anchorage on Monday, was sighted early yesterday morning by officers of the steamer City of Pitts burgh making good progress down the j gulf. There was no sign of the other three windjammers, so it is evident that they have cleared the gulf and are I now making down towards the wes- i terly &lt;irift winds for the run across the south Pacific to the Horn. The possible result of the race !s causing much conjecture at Port Ade laide, and the majority of men inte rested in sailing ships regard the tall rigged Ponape as the likely winner. Stem opposition, however, will be put un by the other three ships, and a close finish is anticipated. Th...
HEALTH HINTS 'The Advertiser" New Service [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 26 February 1931
HEALTH HINTS 'The Advertiser" New Service Arrangements have been made for a fully-qualified medical practitioner to deal with enquiries from readers of "The Advertiser" on health &nbsp; matters. The answers to these &nbsp; enquiries will be published each Wednesday. &nbsp; The service is designed chiefly to help country readers where &nbsp; medical service is not easily &nbsp; available. Readers of "The &nbsp; Advertiser" desiring advice should address their questions &nbsp; to "Medical." c/o "The Adver- &nbsp; tiser," Waymouth-street, Ade- &nbsp; laide. Their letters will be treated as confidential, and for- warded direct to the practi- tioner responsible for the an- &nbsp; swers. &nbsp; Where possible, the answers published will be so drafted as to give information not only to the questioner, but to the gen- eral public. In no circum- stances, however, will any con- fidential matter be disclose...
rCKTR HOSPITAL BENEFITS [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 26 February 1931
PERTH HOSPITAL BENEFITS Out of twelve finalits. Miss Beryl Dixon, a member of the Perth staff of F.H. Faulding & Company, Limited, won the 1931 "Queen of the Surf" com- petition. Miss Dixon will receive a &nbsp; free first class return trip from Fre- mantle to Sydney, and many other presents. The competition, which was held in aid of the Perth Children"s Hospital realised £500.
TASMANIA V. VICTORIA MATCH ENDS IN DRAW Hobart, February 25. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 26 February 1931
TASMANIA V. VICTORIA MATCH ENDS IN DRAW Hobart, February 25. The match between Tasmania, and Victoria ended to-day in a draw. Scores: — TASMANIA First innings .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 246 Second Innings J. Atkinson. c. Schrader. b. Morton .. 21 T. N. Matthews. c. Eaton, b. Chapman 51 D. Green. b. Healy 27 L. Nash, c Scalfe. b. Chapman -. .. 22 ' G. Martin, c. Bush. b. Chapman .... 0 jA. C. Newton, 1.b.w.. b. Morton .. .. 4 D. M. Brain, b. Healy 93 IG. Gibson, c. Darling, b. Chapman .. 24 ,G. James, run out .. .. .. _. ._ .. 38 ?V. Hooper, b. Healy .. 28 j B. Townley. not out 2 Sundries IS Total 329 Bowling.—Morton, two lor 71: Healy, three for 66; Chapman, four for 69. VICTORIA First Innings 240 Second Innings F. Fontaine, run out 10 G. Eaton, b. Newton 23 G. Newstead. c. Martin, b. Hooper .. 20 J Rush. c. Matthews, b. Newton .... 13 J. Scalfe, b. Newton 10 ,L. Darling, c. Newton, b. Townley .. 70 : F. Chapman, b. James 14 lA. Mclnnes, c Townley. b. Newton .. 17 I E. Healy. not out 9...
BOWLS WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON PENNANTS [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 26 February 1931
BOWLS WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON PENNANTS The Wednesday afternoon series ol pen- nant bowls matches were continued yester- day. Results: — First Division:—Parkside (Chinner 29. Grieve 25). 54, d. Kensington Gardens (Isaac son 20, Blundell 11), 31; Unley Park (Hut ton 22. Hirdy 31). 53, d. Prospect (Walsh 16, Wark 22), 33; Toorak (Blschoff 22, Torr 27), 49. drew with Semaphore (Mclvor 23. Angel 26). 49; Sturt (Wundersitz 24, Dennis 34), 58, d.. Gienelg (Kenny 26, Rlchens 20;. 46 Division 2:—Norwood (Colliver 23. Antler; 28), 51, d.- WoodviKe (Johnson 21, Robins 22j. 43; St Peters (Lewis 28. James 35). 63. d. West Park .'Harvey 21, Pridham 10), 31; Un3ey Park (Cropley 39. Lawry 22), 61, d. Prospect (Townsend 17, Ellis 23), 40; Toorak (Laidlaw 27, Catford 29), 56, d. Semaphore (Wight 23, Williams 21), 44. South Park (Brocks 26, Rowley 30), 66. d. Loc'ilevs (Piiiueant 19, Fewir.gs 17), 36; Payneham (Richardson 27. Hobbs 22). 49, i South Park (Rebbeck 19, Dennis 22). 41. Division 3—Adelaide (Wi...