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SPALDING GOLF COMPETITION R. Stewart's Two Rounds for 72 [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931
SPALDING GOLF COMPETITION R. Stewart's Two Rounds for 72 Rufus Stewart, former Australian open golf champion, played magnificent golf in the opening day's play yesterday at Seaton. in the Spalding competition, to decide the South Australian representative to tak&lt; part In the finals. Despite a strone wind he returned two cards of 72. In the morning round his score was:— Out. 4 6 3. 3 4 5. 3 4 5—37; in. 4 5 3, 344,35 4—35; total. 72. His afternoon card read:—Out. 4 4 5, 3 3 5, 3 4 5—3G; In, 4 3 3. 4 4 5. 3 5 5 —36; total. 72. After leaving the sixteenth Stewart wanted two fours for a 70. but a missed putt at the 17th and a pulled Iron at the 18th cave him 5 at each hole. F. Thompson put up two creditable rounds of 82 and 73. J. Mills, after re turning an erratic 95 in the morning, dv: principally to trou'Jle at the 13th and 14th. Improved ten strokes for an 85 in the afternoon. W. Harvey. J. McLachlan, and A. H. Toogood acted as markers for the three entrants. Harvey's scor...
PROFESSIONAL SWIMMING 1,000 Yards Championship to R. Beaglehole [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931
PROFESSIONAL SWIMMING 1,000 Yards Championship to R. Beaglehole R. Beagiehole, who held the mile ama- teur record, until it was broken by J.W. Lawrence on Saturday, won the 1,000 yards professional swimming championship at the second of the annual carnivals held at the City Baths last night. The race. In which there were three starters, proved a contest between Beagieho'.e. and last year's winner, A. Francis. The pair Kept together until the turn for the eighteenth lap. when Beaglebole went to the front with a lead of two yards. Francis, who was also a noted long distance amatsur performer before he turned professional, made a spirited effort over the last two laps, but Beaglehole finished strongly, win ning by 10 yards. He also won this event at the start of his professional career, four years ago. J. Dickens, a member of the GUbertou Club, swam an excellent race In winning the schoolboys' championship In the fast time of 47,4 sees. Results:— 1,000 Yards Championship.—R. Beag'.e ho...
GENERAL NEWS WEARING THE LEEK [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931
GENERAL NEWS WEARING THE LEEK As St. David's Day fall on Sunday, Wekhman are asked to wear their national emblem the leek. A special service, arranged by the Cambrian Society tiet? of South Australia, will be held sa ?je College Park Congregational CSanrch on Sunday evenuig. The Rer. David Morgan's sermon tiieme will be "SS. David and the Religious Motive.- On Monday night a concert, with Weirfi amnbeas given in national costume, will be held a: the Recaab;:e HalL Victona aqnaie. An adcress on "The Cambrian Society and Its Relation to Australia," ?wSfl be delivered by Mr. Thomas John i vice-president >.
AS OTHERS SEE US Adelaide Fails to Impress ENGLISH JOURNALIST FINDS NO CHARM [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931
AS OTHERS SEE US Adelaide Fails to Impress ENGLISH JOURNALIST FINDS NO CHARM A few days ago, Mr. Charles Eade, an English journalist, visited Adelaide. He spent about 48 hours in the city, and, on leaving, was asked to write his impressions for "The Advertiser." air. Eade has travelled a great deal and is at pre sent on a world tour. He has stan dards of comparison therefore, which, aided by his journalistically trained powers of observation, make his comments interesting. Kesi dents of Adelaide, however, win not be unduly disturbed by his failure to discover in 48 hoars the charac ter and charm of the city. Adelaide ought to be the Perfect City. But it is not. I found it an ambitious failure and a disappointment. On paper it is magnificent and the visitor who has taken the trouble to study its plan visualises the City Ideal. But disillusionment comes quickly when the fine straight streets, so imposing on paper are seen in actual brick and stone. The man who planned Adelaide was obv...
R.101 DISASTER Experiments to Define Exact Cause LONDON. February 26. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931
R.101 DISASTER Experiments to Define Exact Cause LONDON. February 26. The under-Secretary for Air (Mr. MKontague) informed the House of Commons to-day that at the request of the court of enquiry into the R.101 disaster, certain experiments were be ing carried out at the National Physical Laboratory ?with a view to fixing more ! definitely the cause of the accident. I Very valuable results are expected I from these experiments, which are not I yet complete. j Although most of the report of the 1 Board of Enquiry is ready, it will be impossible to complete it before the ex periments are concluded. Q C c:
OTHER FEATURES THIS MORNING [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931
OTHER FEATURES THIS MORNING Page. Answers to Correspondents .. 23 Broadcasting Programmes ... 7 Country Section 13 Crossword Puzzle 17 General News .. .. ~ ~ .. .. 20 Illustrations .. .. ~ ~ .. .. 24 Law Courts ~ .. 23 Labor News 14 Leading Articles 18 Monetary and Commercial .. 16 Mickey Mouse 21 Page. Out Among the People 20 Our Obstinate Artist 21 Personal 21 Pop 20 Postal Arrangements 16 Racing and Other Sport 6.7,8,9,10.11 Shipping 16 Serial Stories 15,23 Social Notes 14 Views and Comments ........ 22 Weather Map 6 Women Out of Doors .. .. ~ 8
INDEX TO CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931
INDEX TO CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS Amusements 2,3 Auctions 12 Business Partnerships, &c 5 Births, Marriages, and Deaths 18 Board and Residence Vacant.. 5 Board and Residence Wanted .. 5 Business Notices 3 Carriers, &c 5 Cycles 5 Drapery and Clothing 1 Dogs. Cats &c 4 Funeral Notices 5 Football Notices 5 Government Advertisements .. 5 Hotels and Holiday Resorts .. 5 Houses and Land Wanted .. 4 Houses and Flats Wanted .. 4 Houses and Plats to Let .... 4 Houses and Land for Sale .. .. 4 Late Advertisements 20 Legal Notices ..„.,*?.,.. 24 Lost and Found 5 Medical 5 Missing Friends 4 Money. Stocks, and Shares .. 3 Motor Cars 12 Motor Cycles 13 Motor for Hire 5 Motor Tour Notices 3 Miscellaneous 5 Offices. Warehouses, &c.. to Let 4 Persons Wanted 5 Public Notices 2,3 Professional Engagements .... 5 [ Poultry. Birds. &c 5 Shipping 16 Stock and Vehicles 4 Soecial Advertisements 18 Situations Wanted 5 Tenders and Contracts 5 Wanted to Buy 3 I Wanted to...
STUDENTS' CAMP SAFE [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931
STUDENTS' CAMP SAFE University engineering students who are holding their annual survey camp at Kuitpo Forest, in the vicinity of Wednesday's disastrous bushfire, were reported yesterday to be safe. THe fire spread to within half a mile of the camp, and the students had everything ready for a quick getaway, both for themselves and the valuable survey instruments at the camp. Work is being continued at the camp
SECESSION MOVEMENT IN W.A. Nationalists Want Referendum Perth, February 26. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931
SECESSION MOVEMENT IN W.A. Nationalists Want Referendum Perth, February 26. The secession question has been raised again, more seriously this time, and a referendum on the matter is sought by Nationalists. At the annual conference of the State National Party a long and heated debate followed the submission of a motion that the party declare itself hi favor of secession from the Com monwealth. It was agreed to urge the Premier (Sir James Mitchell) to in troduce, and all Nationalist and Coun try Party members to support, a Bill for a referendum on the subject; vot ing to be compulsory. Senator Lynch eupported the seces sion motion, saying that the State had never had a fair deal from the Com monwealth.
PEARLERS' CONFERENCE CALLED Darwin Objects to Output Quota Canberra, February 26. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931
PEARLERS' CONFERENCE CALLED Darwin Objects to Output Quota Canberra, February 26. As a result of the refusal of the Darvin Pearl-shelling Association to agree to the limitation of the Darwin output to 175 tons a year, the Minister for Home Affairs has suggested a con- I ference of pearl-shellers from Darwin, | Broome. and Thursday Island, to be ; held at Canberra next month. Mr. Blakeley has intimated that, fail ing agreement between them, recourse may be had to the Pearl Shell Over seas Marketing Act of 1927, which pro vided for the appointment of a board to control the export of shell The proposal rejected by the Dannn pearlers was that the local output should be restricted to 175 tons on the under standing that Broome and Thursday Island would not exceed 400 tons each. The Darwin pearlers claim the right to fish as much as the other two centres.
BOWLS MILLSWOOD PAIRS TOURNAMENT [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931
BOWLS MILLSWOOD PAIRS TOURNAMENT The tournament was continued last night. Results:—Temby and Gray. 15, d. Locksley and Emmett. 6; Pimiott and Davis, re- ceived forfeit from Rowley and Butcher; Ropers and Watson, 9, d. Brown and Mar shall. 8: Allen and Doney. 11, d. McPher son and Hayward. 10; Richards and Mor gan. 14. d. Banner and Walsh. 13; Barton and Allen. 18. d. Ellis and Stopp 4: Robins and Brooke. 11. d. Lawiie and Stevenson. 5; Shahlneer and Day. 23. d. Emmett end Hunt. 8: Clifford and Hannaford. 10. d. Manning and Bourne. S; Chaplin and Scott. 24. d. Durdln and Fry. 6; Welsemeyer end Bellar. 11. d. Hutchinson and MUdren. 7; Newberry and Baker. 8. d. Walker and Mur ray. 7; Hall and Shannon. 11. d. Noden and Bae. 9; Klmber and Edmlnson. 16, d. Stoble and Youm* 7: Parry and Green, 15. d. Pearson and Wlckens. 2: Calder and Harrey. 11. d. Stalley and Nlcksl-,, B: Wills and Lees. la. d. Bateon and Badger. S: Hol lord and Stafford 22. d. Shahlnger and Macdonald. 7.
APPEALS BY FARMERS Action by Freedom Association [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931
APPEALS BY FARMERS Action by Freedom Association The secretary of the Wheat Pro- ducers' Freedom Association (Mr. A. L. Langsford) stated yesterday that a large number of local committees had been formed to give assistance to fanners in making out appeals against the assessment recently issued. The service was given gratuitlously. Com mittees had arranged to. meet every week on a regular day, and farmers were requested to take their assess ment notices to them. The aim of the association was to secure uniformity of values, and to ensure a 100 per cent, appeal in every district. Owing to the wide variation in land values, group committee meetings from districts con tiguous to one another had been held thereby establishing uniform values. As the assessment would stand for five years, and would form the basis of values for district council and water rates, and probate and succession duties, the urgent need for appealing was obvious. In many instances assess ments had been increased fro...
TO CONTROL EXPORT OF TIMBER Federal Council Being Formed Melbourne, February 26. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931
TO CONTROL EXPORT OF TIMBER Federal Council Being Formed Melbourne, February 26. The Federal conference of represen- tatives of the timber industry decided to-day to form an Australian Timber Export Council to frame standards and to exercise control over the export of timber from the Commonwealth. The existing organisations in Vic toria, New South Wales. South Aus tralia, and Tasmania will be regarded as the governing bodies in those Staves, and attempts will be made to form similar associations in Western Aus tralia and Queensland. Representa tives from the State organisations and from the Council for Scientific and In dustrial Research and the Forestry De partments in each State will constitute the Federal CounciL The Federal Inspector-General of Forests (Mr. C. E. Lane-Poole) ex pressed the opinion that there was very little timber in the Commonwealth to export and. from the national stand point, it was questionable whether the export of timber was desirable. The conference ended...
"LACK OF CONSIDERATION" Complaint by District of Dublin Dublin, February 24. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931
"LACK OF CONSIDERATION" Complaint by District of Dublin Dublin, February 24. Dissatisfaction at the "lack of con- sideration" shown wheatgrowers was expressed at a meeting convened by the District Council of Dublin, and held in the Institute on February 23. Resolutions adopted were:— That is is quite impossible to con tinue growing wheat under present conditions, unless the cost of produc tion be considerably reduced or the price of wheat considerably increased; farmers would be quite unable to meet their obligations, and few would be able or willing to sow wheat next year. The high enst of production is the result of national policies which have quite disregarded the interests of the primary producers. The system of pro tection which permits Russian slave grown wheat to affect wheat prices in Australia, as at present, is wholly wrong, and is in eharp contrast to the system as applied to secondary pro ducers. For the purpose of restoring con fidence and assuring a normal planting of...