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

WE HAVE NEVER PRESENTED A GREATER PROGRAMME THAN THIS I - ^ ^-wssRsaaass-. ^tsmmmms* » buster keaton jn his greatest talkie %fc%, llHllWlffl IF1 P I ? I ' ^ 'I HI W & J«& j4&® COMEDY AND VICTOR McLAGLEN IN THE OUT ^%^%. ^ggM*il ? s^p8^ ^^HP&i, JF W ^&P sg^Sr STANDING PICTURE OP HIS CAREER ON THE J^ ^W% lft lW^ J^ COMMENCING NEXT SATURDAY, Feb. 28 ON THE SAME PROGRAMME WITH VICTOR 9^^^H^^!7iS^v9B9^^^^bI McLAGLEN IN HIS GREATEST ROLE! 'fi^^^^Bfl^AjMLSta^fl^H^^^^^B^I Scnorit&s Cfismot resist the reckless wooing of Victor !^^^ ^^M ^A^^B ^^B^V w^^r^fe B MHa ^^ ^k^^^^B^H^HMil UcLaglen. soldier of fortune and fightin' fool of the I. Vi I H^H ^HV ^K mj^M ^^H gUi ^G^^^Hll tropics. And when Vic starts out to solve problems of Ilk A 1^31 BwA » ^^1 ?H ^Vl^L. ?^?Vl the heart the dames soon realise he's a past master. .i^H ?? ??!?? ?? V^b III ^B I HI H^k ^^^^B| I thK Oisfttwic Debonair, He* ^^^^^^^H^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^H^^E^^MM^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^...

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

Kream Brand brings to you the goodness of golden ~m sun-kissed corn. r^Z>\ Food tkat adds zest to every meal ~-^~% —strawberry flavoured blanc-manges **"** —luscious lemon pie — custards to companion stewed fruit—whatever your menu make sure you use Kream Brand Cornflour — tne cornflour so rich in vitamins. Muze Product! Pty. Ltd. - 146? f| I! i|{ \ f t ?vS cities, social life is exacting. Smart -women of Hll ! I It- J <<<?Jl:i:"/' I "*N "Ok Scala Opera House, singers, actresses illus !l| I J |Jwf|ml Wm tt&Ajim-*m <!f^ii" —S / Emanuele is the best known beauty establish ' Two minutes' massage twice a day with this wonderful lather is my first step in every sue **lT TNDER the conditions of modern life, It is not safe to leave llr 'V'-*"''*Hfc ~ - -*v;*^- - -' M^^^^Kk U the care of the skin to nature alone/ Eugenio, of Milan, H/- i-/ ' -'? "^mK^^^M^^- " w J^l^^^B believes. This modern artist in the care of the skin is consulted fl...

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

OBITUARY Mr. John Thomas Giddings, who was one of the oldest residents of the Yon- gala district, died on February 18. He was born at Kersbrook in 1862. When land was first opened up for selection in the northern areas. Mr. Giddings settled with his father at Yongala. Later he resided for a time on a selec tion at Cavenagh, eventually return ing to Yongala to take over his father's property, where he continued to re side until his death. He married Miss Rosina Stephens, late of Redruth Cornwall, England, in 1886. His widow and a family of three sons and two daughters, survive, viz - Messrs. Edward Giddings, William Giddings, and Percy Giddings, and Misses F. Gid dings and E. Giddings, all of Yongala. Mrs. L. A. William!; wbo died on Tuesday, had lived in South Australia the whole of her 81 years. She arrived in the colony in the Childe Harrold in 1849, having been bom at sea, and she was six weeks old on arrival. She lived on the Parade, Norwood, with ? only a few years break, the w...

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POINTS FROM LETTERS [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 26 February 1931

POINTS FROM LETTERS From Mary Longson, Norwood:—The world should be gentle in its judgment, especially when our country is passing through a when our country is passing through c disastrous experience. Mr. Scullin has done much to shape to I beneficial ends the destinies of the ' workers, and he is always full of sym pathy for the poor. Seeing that we have in the Federal Parliament the best brains of the labor movement— men who are throwing into the con flict energy of mind and strength of j endurance —let us co-operate with them, rather than criticise them. To find a j remedy for the evils of the industrial \ world, and to reconcile conflicting in- I terests, is a moral enterprise. | "In an Industrial Abyss" J From "Another Struggling Fanner":' —"Share Farmer's" tetter of the 20th j instant must appeal to everyone. How I pathetic; the pity of It all! Matters,! I fear, will be worse in another month j or two. Land-owners are faced with i an iniquitous increased land tax, which ; the...

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

PERSONAL The Governor (Sir Alexander Hore- Ruthven) presided at a meeting of the Executive Council yesterday. Later he presented to Nurse Edgar the Royal Hu- mane Society award of the bronze medal for her attempt to save the life of Keith Adam at Innamincka in De cember, 1929. The Governor also pre sided at a meeting of the Boy Scouts' Association at Government House. The Governor of Victoria (Lord Somers), accompanied by Flight-Lieut. Deaney, is paying an unofficial visit to Queenstown, Tasmania. He -will be tbe guest of the manazer of the Mt. Lyeil Coy. <Mr. R. M. Murray) for several days. Mr. J. O. Critchley, Mi\, will leave to-day for Peterborough. To-morrow night he will attend a meeting at Daw son, called to protest against land as sessments. Mr. C. G. Godfrey, a member of the Stock Exchange of Adelaide, who col lapsed at the inter-State cricket match on Friday, has been moved from the [Adelaide Hospital to Ru Rua Private Hospital. Yesterday his condition showed a m...

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OUR COUNTRY SECTION REPORTS FROM RURAL GENTRES [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 26 February 1931

OUR COUNTRY SECTION BORDERTOWN REPORTS FROM RURAL CENTRES BORDERTOWN: A concert was held in the Congregational Church. The chair was occupied by the Rev E.C. Hawke A programme of musical items was contributed by Mr. and nodal Itesr cas contributed by Mr. and Mrs. H. Goerecke. Misses Gwen Fisher, Grace Smith, Jean Milne, Messrs. A. E. Virgo. A. Campbell, T. Butler, and H. Botrill. Miss B. L. Virgo accompanied the singers. CHARLESTON The Rev. E S. North gave a lantern £Me lecture on the Cooper Pedy opal SsU. Be said Vzax Cooper Pedy was 190 ases ncrtti of Krr.runji. on the the East- West tiUnT. The country was prac ttnHv trcetrs.-.. but was covered with **as;? 4 ouih and gibbers. The township was practically unique, as It was house- Ibk. ?2I xlir people dwelling In dug-outs. Afceat lOC mea lived on the field, which ?d date had produced about £300.000 worth EDITHBURGH At a special meeting of the Corporation of Edithburgh a letter received from the secretary of the Unemployment Relief C...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 26 February 1931

BIETHS. HABEIAGES, AND DEATHS Apcooncements under this beading ciust tc authenticated by tne ncme and address of the sender, end are inserted at a cnarse of Two Shillings and Sis pence each when not exceeding fixe lices: over five lines. Sixpence per line. Heath Advertisements <n wnlcn a Funeral AxuHnmcercent is mtd; are charged lor ?s II the Death and Funeral were sepa rate annaoncements. namely—The mini mum ebsrse of 2/6 and 3/4 respectively Xn Mcsiarlam and Death Advertisements cntiuinmg icfereuce to more thar one <lfe?a?td are charged 2/6 each for each deceased mentioned. as if they were dis tinct and separate announcements. Alcacenienl? and Approaching Marriage notices require the signatures of bom parties concerned. BIRTHS OUnUK.-On tne 20th February, at tee "Lestern" private hospital. No. 8, Harrow-road. St. Peters, to Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Chipmin. of Faracombe—a son (Ronald Ernest). Both well. Special thanks Or. B. K. Dunstone. Sisters Zimmerman, Bloomnei...

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WORK OF HANS HEYSEN [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 26 February 1931

WORK OF HANS HEYSEN There will be opened by Mrs. Lavington Bonython on Friday afternoon, in   the Society of Arts Gallery, a loan   exhibition of works by Hans Heysen               dating from 1895 to 1930.. One half the net proceeds from admission money and sale of catalogues will be donated to the Queen's Home. Pictures have been lent by 26 patrons of art, as well as 30 by Mr. Heysen himself, and they form a splendid record of the work done by this artist from the very     beginning of his career and divided over five different periods. The exhibition, has been organised by the society to do honor to one of the leading artists in Australia.

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Mickey Mouse [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931

Mickey Mouse A Silk Purse

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STOWAWAYS' ERROR LEADS TO TROUBLE [?]ked Wrong Boat; Got Gaol Instead of Free Trip [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931

STOWAWAYS' ERROR LEADS TO TROUBLE [?]ked Wrong Boat; Got Gaol Instead of Free Trip Fate was all against two young Span[?] who showed away on the Shell Company's tanker Lucerna when she was at Las Palmas bunkering for fee tnp to Singapore. Instead of a free trip they Rot 28 days' gaol, but tisat ?*s only part, of iheir misfortunes. A tauter would seem anytiung but a oesrahie boat from a stowaway's point of view, for there are few of the aoc&s find crannies which offer places for concealment on a cargo or pas *entsr vesseL Hotrever. oliicers of the Lncerra. which berthed at Birfcenhead y?s?e9idar njominp. said that tlie two vounp Joreacncrs bad bidden themselves so veQ Uuu it was only after a close searrfi rbaj, liter vtcre found two days after the vessel left Las Pahcas. T3ie object of the Spaniards was to read River Plate. South America, and tSxy s*owec away on the Luceroa under itip impression that that was her ?testinaaon. They wtre crestfallen ?nooeii when detected as sto...

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700 PROSPECTORS IN S.A. Government Helps Men MUCH MATERIAL SUPPLIED [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931

700 PROSPECTORS IN S.A. Government Helps Men MUCH MATERIAL SUPPLIED There are now more Than 700 men engaged in prospecting in all parts of the State. The great majority of them are searching for gold. The Minister of Miilss 'Mr. Kichar-ri.st sr.id yesterday that tlie Department of Mines vras giv ing much ass'E'^ucc to thoes who were endeavoring to find useful, and profit able, occupation during the present difficult industrial position. All the known eoltifielris v:ere being re exaniined. said Mr. Richards, and a few parties, with greater experience, were searching for new fields- The depart ment was makinp tents available, at a low weekly rental, and hundreds had been allotted to those ?rho held miner's rights. In addition, essential tools— picks, sliovels, dishes, hammers, steel, and dolly pots—had been provided on loan without charge. In those cases in which the demand could be justified, windlass handles, ropes, aud safety hooks also had been supplied. Portable forges for tool s...

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PAYING DIVIDENDS ABROAD [?]Lyell Co. Most Use Australian Money Melbourne, February 26. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931

PAYING DIVIDENDS ABROAD [?] Lyell Co. Most Use Australian Money Melbourne, February 26. The directors of the Mount Lyell Min- ing and Railway Company, Limited, an- nounce that leading English and Aus- tralian counsel advise that the company has at power to pay dividends to share holders ahroad otherwise than in Aus- Tn^iayi corrcsicy.

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AGRICULTURAL BUREAU Lower North Conference Lyndoch, February 26. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931

AGRICULTURAL BUREAU Lower North Conference Lyndoch, February 26. The first of the 1931 series of con- ferences of the Agricultural Bureau was held at Lyndoch to-day, when repre- sentatives of the Lower Northern Branches were strongly in evidence. ait. A. Sprmgbett, of Lyndoch. occu pied the chair, and the Department gt Agriculture was represented by Mesas. F. Coieman and A. M. Daw fcas, chairman and member of the Ad' Tjsary Board of Agriculture respectively. ftufcw A. J. Perkins (Director of Mzxalaneh Mr. G. Quinn (Chief Bartica&aral Instructor), Mr. H. B. Bariow (Chief Dairying Inspector). Mr. A. H. Robin (Government veterinary officer). Mr. R. C. Scott (superintendent of rrpnimmtal wort), the district bortacniun*! and agricultural instruc tors, and Mr. H. C. Pritchard, secre tazT of the Agricultural Bureau. A pleasing feature of the conference was the excellent display of produce, wbSch included fresh, preserved, and dried frail, vegetables, cereals, bay, and esc Sowers, t...

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WORD GOLF MAKE STARS CRASH BOGEY IS SEVEN FOR THIS [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931

WORD GOLF MAKE STARS CRASH BOGEY IS SEVEN FOR THIS This problem has nothing to do with [?] nor the fearful collisions of [?] sons in space. Neither does it [?] to the actresses or actors who beac the playbills. Both astral bodies, tnc JtEKimries of the stage occasioa ?Cv crash—? use a vernacular term. ?eaiast **? rules of this game. The tax*? before us. however, is to convert £ar iwd stars into the ward crash. Rales of Letter Golf.—Change a jerrw at a time until the second word fanned. Each alteration, counting a iScit dost make a word in common \i?. The ortter ot the letters must not Se casseecL Proper names, elans, ab irer^tcons. and dialect are barred. For ecur.ple. change sun to two ? U?rr are couble suns> In lour strokes —Sen. tus. toa. too. two. Xo* trr to beat bogey (seven strokes) s to-d*T"s moblem. "~.v* :t our. before looking at Uie So:u:<on on Page 6. * wr^vxsitlent rl*'m' to have done Pt?j io Amer. in seven, and even four. Xr. car^ cause i.c has changed the...

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WORLD ECONOMIC CRISIS League of Nations Experts to Discuss it on Monday LONDON, February 25. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931

WORLD ECONOMIC CRISIS League of Nations Experts to Discuss it on Monday LONDON, February 25. A meeting of economic experts will begin at Geneva on Monday in con- nection with the League of Nations en- quiry into the causes of the world economic crisis. J Although it as as yet impossible to sa.; when :he report of the enquiry will ? be available, a considerable amount o£] material has already been collected.) j The British delegates at the last meet- I ing, in emphasising the importance of the enquiry, expressed the hope that the report would be completed before the next Assembly of the League. j

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CENSURE MOTIONS AGAINST HOGAN MINISTRY Subjects for A.L.P. Conference Melbourne, February 26. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931

CENSURE MOTIONS AGAINST HOGAN MINISTRY Subjects for A.L.P. Conference Melbourne, February 26. Among more than 200 items on the business paper of the annual confer- ence of the Victorian Labor Party, to be held in Melbourne at Faster, are several censure motions directed against the State Labor Ministry. Several unions aiid branches urge that the Hogan Ministry be severely condemned for "failing to persevere wilh legislation and administration which would Ik of benefit to the workers."' Many proposals have been submitted tiealins -with Labor's financial policy. The Federal Government is urged to take action at once to control banking, currency, and foreign exchange. Among other suggestions are the nationalisa tion of banking, the abolition of the Commonwealth Bank Board, end the re duction of ell interest rates.

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RANJITSINHJI WON'T HAVE FOREIGN CLOTH IN NAWANAGAR CALCUTTA, February 26. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931

RANJITSINHJI WON'T HAVE FOREIGN CLOTH IN NAWANAGAR CALCUTTA, February 26. The Jam Sahib of Nawanagar, bet- ter known as K.S. Ranji[?]sinhji, or "Ranji," the famous cricketer, has issued an order prohibiting the sale of foreign cloth in his state. Giving his reasons. Ranjitsinhji says is is the desire of his subjects that such cloth shall not be allowed within the state, and dealers have agreed. The order, which will remain in force for three months, in rolves punishment if defied. SWIFT ORGANISATION was a big: advantage in fighting Wednesday's bosh fire. At different points around the affected area men were posted in readi ness for emergencies. A squad of volunteers.

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REDUCED INTEREST RATES ON OVERDRAFTS [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931

REDUCED INTEREST RATES ON OVERDRAFTS So soon, as cheaper money was available, requirements of primary in- dustries would receive sympathetic con- sideration, the Associated Banks told the executive of the Stockowners' Asso ciation, vHteh asked that body to con eider a reduction of interest on over drafts. '"These rates are based largely on that of interest paid on fixed deposits," the banks said, "and any movement in one would be automatically reflected in the other. The crux or the position eeems to be the incidence of the rates of interest offered for investment in Government bonds, and any move for lower interest rates on overdrafts must be uniform in all the States and not confined to one in particular."

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ANOTHER THEODORE PLAN Continued from Page 19 [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931

ANOTHER THEODORE PLAN Continued from Page 19 With regard to proposals in the three-year plan, the conference agrees that the Governments the Common- wealth and the trading banks Bank, must co-operate to rehabilitate industry provided the required finance is on sound lines and so long as the present monetary system is not impaired. It the steps suggested above are taken, the banks believe that some action might be possible by the Government, the Commonwealth Bank, trading banks, and Savings Banks to make some re duction in the rates of interest. The overseas floating debt or tee various Governmente must ultimately be funded, but this cannot be accom plished before there is an effective effort towards Budget stability. The banks direct attention to the effect of the proposal for a special tax en Government securities which would undoubtedly add to the difficulty _of Governments in converting maturing loans or in funding floating debts, or the raising of any new loans required. Interes...

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CATHAY FROM LONDON MATAKANA AND HURUNUI CALL TO-MORROW [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931

CATHAY FROM LONDON MATAKANA AND HURUNUI CALL TO-MORROW Elder. Smith & aCo_ Limited, nave received a radiogram from the com- mander of the Cathay advising that he expects to arrive at the Outer Har- expects bor about J a-m. to-morrow. A special train to meet the vessel will leave Adelaide at 8 a-m. for ibe Outer Har bor, leaving there at 9.22 ajn. U> re- ; turn. The Cathay wiii put off passengers end [a quantity of general cargo before sail ing for tlie eastern States at 5 p.m. to-j morrow. ? The Hurunul, with. 440 tons of general cargo from Liverpool, is expected to berth. | at No. 2 Quay at daylight to-morrow, and will sail for the eastern States about noon.' Elder. Smith & Co. are the agents. Latest advice received by the Aberdeen and Commonwealth Line Indicates that I the Matakana will berth at Queen's Wharf about 8 am. on Saturday. Tt Is expected that ehe will complete discharging and, I sail for the eastern States about noon. I Goldsbrougn, Mort & Co....

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