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MATTER DEFERRED [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931

MATTER DEFERRED It was ascertained from the Town Hall yesterday that consideration of the baths improvement scheme mooted in 1927 had been deferred, and that no action had been taken since.

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"BETTER BATHS WOULD BRING PATRONS" £1,000 OFFER FOR IMPROVEMENT SCHEME MIXED BATHING ADVOCATED [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931

"BETTER BATHS WOULD BRING PATRONS" £1,000 OFFER FOR IMPROVE MENT SCHEME MIXED BATHING ADVOCATED "I am convinced that modern [?] property conducted, for both the [?] of the City Baths (Mr. Charles [?] yesterday. ?My confidence te such tbat I am pre pared to raw* tt* offer of 0,0001 wbUh I made to the City Council lour years ?co. when the project for tbe enlarge ment and modernisation, ot tbe City Batta ?as so talouaiy connMered that Ttou& ?we dnxn up and data obtained lor ? fine scheme which was estimated ?> oast ?bom £I?JQ(KL. Costs were much higher men than they are to-day. ThecSjr needs better swimming lad 'gif Rom November to February, if ?c tan hot weather, there Isnot suffi cient —^winyi?Hn?i here. Everybody does not fancy swimming in tbe river, and ?£ the seaside there is always danger Dram sharks In water more than two or dree feet deep. Swnaaaeni ?C Both Sexes "Itete ts dw*t about the ability of taatas to pay In the winter; bat last JUagu*. when in Melbourne and S...

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CARNIVALS BRING REVENUE Swimming Amateurs Pleased With Improvement Move [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931

CARNIVALS BRING REVENUE Swimming Amateurs Pleased With Improvement Move "Experience in other States, particu- larly in Melbourne, proves that improved swimming facilities are followed by better public patronage," said the sec- retary of the Amateur Swimming Asso ciation yesterday. "My executive is pleased with the public interest which is being taken in the move for better baths hi Adelaide." I Sir. Beer saia that the number of carnivals held this summer had been fewer than usual, but the revenue to be obtained from them was not incon siderable. The charge for hire of baths for a carnival would probably average £5 or £6 a night. Meetings at which the association had officiated this season, or would do so, were:—Henley and Grange and Holdfast Bay carni vals, two association championships, Commonwealth Bank dub. Boy Scouts, and high schools. In addition tbe pub lic service. State Bank, and a number of business houses held carnivals.

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DR. THOMAS ADDRESSES METHODIST CONFERENCE HOW AUSTRALIA CAN BE SAVED [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931

DR. THOMAS ADDRESSES METHODIST CONFERENCE HOW AUSTRALIA CAN BE SAVED The Bishop of Adelaide (Dr. Thomas), addressing the Methodist Conference at the Pirie-street Church yesterday, said the conference had met at an anxious time. The people looked to tUe gather ing for help and guidance. Only the love and fear of God, reforming, puri fying, and revivifying, could save Aus tralia and the British Empire in these days of widespread distress, unrest, un certainty and revolutionary menace. The Rev. J. G. Jenkin (president) said they appreciated the services the Bishop had rendered to the Christian church during liis long term of office. The Conference then went into com mittee for the remainder of tbe day. Open sessions will be resumed this morning At the home mission demonstration in the Exhibition Building last night, Mr. A. B. Uren presided and tile Rev. W. E. Jennings, of Melbourne, spoke. A massed choir of 200 sang anthems under the direction of Mr. Montague FUilay, Miss Ada Wordie co...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931

1 LANG AND THE STATE | GOVERNOR ; '' i The Governor can Act in Opposi-: I tioa to the Opinion of his Ministers. ; Ke Can Refuse to Assent to Bills ! Passed by the Legislative. ! He Can Dismiss his Advisers. { i SO LANG'S~REPUDIATION | i CRIMES CAN, AND NO DOUBT j WILL, BE PREVENTED. j 1 See Special Article "THE PEOPLE NOT i POWERLESS" i THE BULLETIN THIS WEEK. ; All Newsagents To-day. Price sd. ' RETURN THANKS "IIISSLS GRANEY and BROTHERS wish; I IU. to THANK all relatives anil fnends for I letters, cards, telegrams, and floral tributes. especially the Rev. Father Keilv. for kind- ' i>ess in their recent sad bereavement. I RS. MARRIOTT and FAMILY wish to ' sincerely THANK all relatives and friends for their kind expressions of sym- ' patiiy and floral tributes in their recent' sad berea\emeut. Special thanks to Dr. ? V/urm for his untiring attention, i R. and Mrs. J. H. JENNINGS desire to ' especially THANK all kind friends in i ( Prospect and Dr. Pitcher, who assisted i n | her ...

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TO SAVE HONOR OF FAMILY Theory For Simulation of Murder in Ellis Case [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931

TO SAVE HONOR OF FAMILY Theory For Simulation of Murder in Ellis Case The "Daily Telegraph" says it be- lieves that Frances Ellis simulated the circumstances of the murder as he wished to preserve the honor of the family name and soften the blow. Re latives are emphatic that he did com mit suicide. (Ellis, who was only 19. and a fresh man at Sydney Sussex College, Cam bridge, was found suffocated and gagged and bound in his bedroom at the col lege. Detectives formed the theory that Ellis gagged and bound himself, tied eight handkerchiefs, a pad. and some wool round his face, bound his legs togeUier with putties, and lashed his arms and legs behind his Dack v.itn wire Bex. They think that after having I done that he buried his head in a pil- j low and suSocated liimself.l ]

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AUSTIN STOCKS STILL GOING UP All Round Advances in London LONDON, February 25. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931

AUSTIN STOCKS STILL GOING UP All Round Advances in London LONDON, February 25. There was a further good re- covery in most Australian stocks to-day. Commonwealth 5 per cent, ranged from £70 to £72 10/, and 6 per cent, from £77 to £79 5/. New South Wales 4 per cent, brought from £77 to £80, 3 per cent. £62 10/ to £64, 3J per cent. £50 to £55, and 6k per cent, up to £78. Queensland 5 per cent, realised from £63 to £68, 3 per cent. £50, and 6 per cent. £79. South Australian 6£ per cent, ranged 1 from £72 to £74. Western Australian 3i per cent, brought £74. New Zealand issues all recovered from 2 to 5 points. The "Financial News" attributes foe firmness of Australian stocks to the news of a cleavage in Labor ranks in New South Wales and the talk of a reduction in the exchange rate mainly because the outside market has prpc tically dried up.

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DO YOU KNOW— [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931

DO YOU KNOW— I 1. The size of the Northern Terri- I tory? | 2. Why the tkk>l in card-games is I known as "kitty"? | 3. In what classical play was Tony ; Lumpkin, an English country yokel, I figure? 1 4. Of "What river tile Ohio is a tribu- |tary? i 5. Where the couplet is to be found— "Evil is wrought by want of thought As ?well as want of heart"? 6. The meaning of "Nudis verbis?"

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PIG WEIGHT RECORD Canberra Breeders' Ambition Canberra, February 26. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931

PIG WEIGHT RECORD Canberra Breeders' Ambition Canberra, February 26. Mr. A. Coles, lessee of the Canberra hog farm, hopes to make a new world record with a litter of pigs which will be officially weighed on Saturday. The combined weight ol the eleien, pigs comprising tbe litter Bt tiie end ol November, when they were three mouths old. was 857 lbs. Ambitious to lieat all inter-State tests, and aiming at a world record for a sis months' old litter. Mr. Coles nas paid spe cial attention to the offspring of his large wblte sow. and by arrangement with the Minister for Home Affairs, an officer of that department will supervise the weighing of the young hopefuls. The world record for tbe combined weight of a Utter of six months Is approximately one ton.

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OUR OBSTINATE ARTIST [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931

OUR OBSTINATE ARTIST Getting Over it Gradually is what the artist was asked to illustrate. This is what he did.

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R.F.A. PLANES AT MALTA FROM RANGOON MALTA, February 26. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931

R.F.A. PLANES AT MALTA FROM RANGOON MALTA, February 26. The Rangoon flying boats of the Royal Air Force have arrived here on their flight to Basra.

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WHAT INFLATION DOES 7/6 FOR THREE MONTHS PAY; £5 TO BUY SHIP Port Pirie, February 26. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931

WHAT INFLATION DOES 7/6 FOR THREE MONTHS PAY; £5 TO BUY SHIP Port Pirie, February 26. Captain Weinecke, master of the Kersten Miles, a German steamer which left for Wallaroo to-day, when dis- caussing inflation and said on cussing deflation, one occasion when German currency was being tampered with his salary for three months was paid to him in a heap of notes. It really represented 7/6 in normal times! On the other hand, he bought a finely equipped 250-ton 6teamer for a sum equal to £5 in English money.

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RADIO TYPEWRITER NEW INVENTION DEMONSTRATED AT DETROIT DETROIT, February 25. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931

RADIO TYPEWRITER NEW INVENTION DEMON- STRATED AT DETROIT DETROIT, February 25. The first demonstration of the radio typewriter was given here to-day. The machine consists of mechanical and radio apparatus, by which messages typed on a typewriter are received in typewritten form at any distance from the sender. The speed is limited only by tiie ability of the operator, since the ap paratus has a capacity to set 1,200 letters a minute. Short wave radio impulses through the usual radio apparatus are released by mechanism attached to the type writer, and the impulses are in turn picked up and converted into battery impulses strong enough to operate a receiving typewriter.

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WHITE MAN SPEARED BY BLACKS Tragedy in Queensland Brisbane, February 26. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931

WHITE MAN SPEARED BY BLACKS Tragedy in Queensland Brisbane, February 26. It has now been learned that Mr. James Thompson, a scalper, who left Koolburra Station, near Laura in July last, was speared by blacks at Cole- man River. Aft?r a lingering death, ne was interred by friendly blacks.

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SYDNEY WOOL SALES Well-Sustained Demand Sydney, February 26. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931

SYDNEY WOOL SALES Well-Sustained Demand Sydney, February 26. Wool sales were held to-day, when 10,910 bales were catalogued, and sales, including private transactions amounted to 11,270 bales "The market was very strong, and fully equal to the best rates of the previous day, with a well sustained demand from all sections of the trade. Greasy Merino fleece sold to 191 a. IMPROVEMENT AT GEELONG Melbourne, February 26. The Geelong wool market was even more buoyant than yesterday, when prices showed an improvement on re cent sales from 5 to 10 per cem. PARIS CONFERENCE URGES CON TKOIXED WHEAT MARKETING PARIS. February 25. The Paris Wheat Conference adopted a resolution expressing the opinion that j the system of the control of market- I ing of surplus wheat crops could be ' established. Britain and six other I countries refused to sign the resolution j without consulting their Governments. The representatives of Britain pointed out that they had to consider the claims of wheat produced ...

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ON THE TRACKS Head Wind Slows Up Gallops at Morphettville [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931

ON THE TRACKS Head Wind Slows Up Gallops at Morphettville At Morphettville on Thursday morning, the course proper, 10 yards from the inner rate, was available. The horses had to finish against a strong wind over the final finish against a strong wind over the final three f urloigs. The times registered were:— Five furlongs—Newgate and Anton Prince. IAM: Miss Johnnie 1.7. Six furlongs—Preston King. 1.20: Ver monious and Lady Dorice, 1.22. Seven fur'ongs—Enchantment, 136; the last four furlongs In 51=>4. Eight furlongs—Glucose, at his ease, 1 -52>,i- On the tan track the times were:— Two furlongs—Ray Anton. 26. Three furlongs—Eastern. 41* - Four lurlongs—Blonde, ? 5434; Purple Prince. 54: Kel'Jdle and Night Opera. Sl'.i: Wonga'a. 5214; Winsome Gold. 5114: Dl> kerra. 5235: Flying Two. 51. P:ve furlongs—La Petite, evens: Stepping 'Stone, 1.5?i; Gloria Mlndi ana Hlgb Volt age. 1.8'.i: Libretto and Librettist. 1.5V 2 . Six furlongs—Bonaestor. 1-2H4: Cellldn and fcla'.t Prince. 1....

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FOOTBALL WEST ADELAIDE CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931

FOOTBALL WEST ADELAIDE CLUB Mr. C.E. Tunney presided over the annual meeting of the West Adelaide Football Club, at the Trades Hall last night. The report and financial statement were adopted. The following committeemen was elected:—Messrs. A. J. Knowles, C. E. Tunnev. E. McDonald, C. T. Klnnear. E. E. Daily, and W. Innis. Mr. A. C. Myers was elected patron, and Mr. Harrr A. Black president. Trophies were presented to H. Soloman (most brilliant and fairest player), E. Hill (most improved). F. Ralph (best junior). H. Foreter <most improved junior). G. C. R. Hale (best utility player), C. Bennett (most consistent). Five years' certificates were presented to Messrs. E. W. Peet \ C. Myers (committee), H. Soloman. J. Whitford. and A. Stokes (players).

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Probable Riders for Victoria Park [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931

Probable Riders for Victoria Park Trial Stakes.—Two Stroke. S. Kite; Gratiolin. A. Cutting; Last Gun, K. Mc- Neil; Investigator. F.C. Oakey; Lady Murieston, A. Leighton; Light Streak, L. Smith; White Flag. J. CarUn; Dolly Dimple, M. Merrett; Merry Juggler. W. C. Turner; Black Flag. F. WeoD: Ethornway, A. Sweet: Nar Plume, K. l'oulls; Bonaestor, Snowden; Santa Marta. D. Guildner; Max Pistol, Pinnington; Seraphic. J. Bynoe. Hurdle Race.—Bumaides. H. Brace girdle; St. Tetlt, E. Stuart; Pass By, T. Ryan: Longworthy, E. McFarlane; Ooral law. R. Gordon: Ramorny. W. G. Smith; Topsail. R. Fuller; Gunstanl. L. McGahan; Dross. R. Eddy: Huja, L. Sbepard. Juvenile Handicap.—Vermonious, B. Medhurst: Lady Preston, F. Wright; Lady Primrose. T. Spain; High Voltage. K~ Bird; Silver Moss, J. Carlin; Fofo, C. Boom; Malt Prince. L. Johnson; Winsome Gold, i p Slattery; Princess Bier. A. Adams: j Goldsome, c. Oakey: Preston King, E-; Wright; Royal Stercian. M. MerreK; Lady | Doriece. W. Barry; Libretto. ...

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TO-MORROW'S PROGRAMMES MILLICENT ACCEPTANCES 1.45—HANDICAP HURDLE RACE [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931

TO-MORROW'S PROGRAMMES MILLICENT ACCEPTANCES 1.45— HANDICAP HURDLE RACE About two miles and a furlong st. lb. St. Ib. Eastwell .. ..10 6 Fighting Mac . 9 0 Miss Magic .. 910 2.2O—NOVICE STAKES ' Five furlongs. Weight for age i Ludlona .. .. 8 11 Swift Bone .. Bli j Conquest . .. 8 11 Lost Love ... 8 4 Spaslka .. .. 8 11 Carawood ... 8 4 ?eliste 811 White Dennis 8 4 My Amy .. .. 311 Audax 8 4 2.SS—MHXICENT COP About one mile and three furlongs Trireme .. .. 8 9 B'.ela 7 8 Rufford .. .. 8 5 Strathalbyn .. 7 3 Bay Eoad ... 710 Stonefield .. 7 0 j 3.IO—MAYURRA STEEPLECHASE About two miles and a furlong Scapato .. .. 9 12 Sandy Scot .. 9 2| Plain Glass ..99 Nancy Foy .. 90 Merrl Mac ..93 Swift' Lock .. 90 Sircluslon ... 9 3 ! 4.2O—FLYING HANDICAP | About six furlongs I Midstone .... 9 0 Affixlt 7 11 Adder Lea .. 8 2 Rizzmarta ..7 9 Indian Nell .. 8 0 Queen Amarus 7 0 4.SS—MOUNT MUIRIIEAD WELTER About one mile Bay Road ... 8 13 Conmerry .-7 7 Strathalbyn ..8 7 Miss Magic ..7 7 Rhine Gold ...

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BARBER REACHES PANMURE Panmure, February 26. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931

BARBER REACHES PANMURE Panmure, February 26. Syd. Barber, the pedestrian, who is walking from Adelaide to Melbourne, reached here at 5 p.m. to-day. He has now completed 449 miles on his journey and still has 147 miles to i so. _ J

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