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Lady Kitty Says— [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 1 October 1931
Lady Kitty Says— Apart from the financial help the Loan Exhibition of Antiques will give to the Kuitpo Colony, a splen- did movement which instils in out- of-work men the great uplift of hope and the preservation of their self-respect, it is doing fascinating work in bringing the people of today into personal touch with the charm of things of the past. Never in their most shrewd and cal- culating study of results did the com- mittee of the Antique Exhibition, fore- &nbsp; see the astounding result of their efforts. All day and every day the place is thronged and, like the exhibits, which have reposed in their various homes, seen only by the circle of people who revolve round the family therein, the majority of people are not those usually in the public eye. Like the people of old English university towns they have been brought out of their seclusion only at the call of the artistic and the desire to feast eyes and in- tellect on something worth while. The Social Side.—Everyb...
DO YOU KNOW? ANSWERS [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 1 October 1931
DO YOU KNOW? ANSWERS 1. Macbeth (Act III. sc. 4). 2. From the Greek "a" (negative) and "sylon" (right of seizure). The ancients provided places of refuge where fugi- tives were safe from seizure. 3. John Philip Kemble. 4. In 1688, when the Bill of Rights provided that debates or proceedings in Parliament should not be "impeached or questioned in any court or place out of Parliament." 5. The battles of Copenhagen, Nile, Trafalgar. 6. Luke Hansard, bom 1752 in Nor- wich (England). Questions on Page 9
EVERYONE WORKS IN RUSSIA "Conditions Amount Almost To Slavery" Fremantle, September 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 1 October 1931
EVERYONE WORKS IN RUSSIA "Conditions Amount Almost To Slavery" Fremantle, September 30. Conflicting reports of conditions in Russia have been published recently throughout Australia, but observations made by Mr. W. L. Sherwin, of Sydney, left no doubts in his mind of the exist- ence of industrial conditions amounting almost to slavery. Mr Sherwin, who is attached to the Campsie branch of Australian Gas- light Company of Sydney, spent several months in Europe, and he reached Fre- mantle on the Largs Bay from London. He will travel by train to the eastern States. "Eveiyone is working in Russia," Mr. Sherwin said, "and the conditions are appalling. You can see workers from 10 years to 70 years of age applying themselves to all manner of occupa- tions in factories, public and private buildings and churches. Intense organi- sation enables the Soviet authorities to use enfeebled old men in the less arduous occupations, such as filling peas or lollies into standard utensils, for export. I ...
Princess Margaret's Cake [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 1 October 1931
Princess Margaret's Cake When Lady Strathmore's children, especially the Duchess of York and Mr. David Bowes-Lyon, were at the nursery and schoolroom ages, it was a family custom to have a huge angel cake for tea on birthdays. The Duchess and her brother were so fond of them that, after they were grown up, an angel cake was still considered the greatest of teatime treats. The Duchess used
A MAID IN MAYFAIR Gossip From London Town From Our Special Woman Correspondent August 27, 1931. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 1 October 1931
A MAID IN MAYFAIR Gossip From London Town From Our Special Woman Correspondent August 27, 1931. The season on the Cote Basque had not been good this year until the Prince of Wales arrived at Matignon. Immediately he was settled in the lovely old chateau where he is the guest of Lord Ednam, the Duke of. Sutherland's brother-in-law, people seemed to float in from all direc- tions, Spaniards and Americans, as well as British visitors, going on from Deauville and the fashionable Riviera resorts. Now at both Biarritz and St. Jean-de-Luz things are very gay and smart. Biarritz is within a short motor drive of Matignon, and the big hotels and restaurants, the last word in luxury, have brought entertaining to such a fine art that it is expected the Prince will visit some of them to see the caba- ret shows, as well as to dance. Matig- non itself, though, is so lovely that the Prince may well prefer to spend the days there. The chateau is most picturesque, of 17th century style, and surrounde...
FLANNEL COSTUMES Solve Problem of Summer Dancing By "IN STEP" [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 1 October 1931
FLANNEL COSTUMES Solve Problem of Summer Dancing By "IN STEP" The recent warm weather is bringing to mind the fact that winter is at last nearing its end, and with it comes the end of the dancing season. But should end with the coming of sum- mer? Admittedly, dancing in ordinary evening wear is unpleasant on a sum- mer night, but flannel dances are be- coming yearly more numerous and popular, and remove nearly all hot weather disabilities. Gone are the days when dancing was hard work and men brought along spare collars to replace the ones which collapsed as limp rags under the strain of two or three of the strenuous feats of endurance which was dancing in our fathers' young days. Nevertheless, even the comparative simplicity and quiet of modern dances is often energetic enough to make one uncomfortably warm in evening dress if the night is at all summery. In Australia at any rate, summer dancing in evening dress can never be- come universally popular. On the other hand, there is no ...
BROADCASTING 5CL-411 Metres [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 1 October 1931
BROADCASTING 5CL—411 Metres 7.30 to 8.30—News and musical items. &nbsp; 11—Daily broadcast service. 11.10—Morn- &nbsp; ing melodies. 11.28—Sporting fixtures, &nbsp; 11.30—Homecrafts, conducted by "Suzette." &nbsp; 11.45—Musical items. 12. —Commercial. &nbsp; 12.15—News. 12.30—Musical items. 12.50— &nbsp; Weather and grain report. 1—Musical &nbsp; items. 1.5—The second news session. &nbsp; 1.15—Musical items. 1.59 —Items of in- &nbsp; terest. 2—Close down. 3 —Alys Watson. 3.15—Radio matinee. interspersed with vocal numbers by Sophie Rockman, soprano. 4.30—Close down. 5.50 —Children's session, conducted by "The Wattle Lady." 6.3o—Dinner music. 7— Sporting, Stock Exchange, markets and news. 7.25—Mr. A. M. Whittenbury, 7.35 —Junior Red Cross session. 7.45—Pro- gramme announcements. 8—Modern dance night. Walter Barratt's Masters of Melody; Frank McCabe, baritone: Walter Barratt's Masters of Melody: Jean Sinclair, con...
TO CORRESPONDENTS [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 1 October 1931
TO CORRESPONDENTS Answers to medical enquiries will be published weekly in "The Chronicle." Answers to general questions will be published in "The Advertiser" daily. Other answers win appear aa follow: —Motoring, Tuesdays; recipes, Tues- days and Wednesdays; Farmers' Infor- mation Service, Wednesdays; sporting. Fridays; wireless. Saturdays. "A. J. Wilson."—To make axle grease from animal fat, boil it down and strain. Then boil again, adding about one quart of sweet oil to every gallon of fat. Tho- roughly mix and put in also a half cupful of paraffin oil. Allow to cool. "Sailor Boy."—Your cows are apparently affected with cox-pox. This disease will run &nbsp; its course in about three weeks, and noth- ing can be done except to keep udder and teats clean, and apply a little zinc ointment when milking. In the worst cases try &nbsp; painting them with the following lotion after milking:—Take tincture of iodine, Friar's balsam, glycerine. 2 oz. of each; mix: apply with a...
BURNSIDE COUNCIL Overdraft Increases From £3,798 to £6,428 [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 1 October 1931
BURNSIDE COUNCIL Overdraft Increases From £3,798 to £6,428 The overdraft of the Burnside District Council had increased from £3,798 15/6 on July 1, 1930, to £6,428 10/7 on July 1, 1931, said the district clerk (Mr. R. H. Steele) in his annual report. The council had limited expenditure to an average of £2,500 a month, and if this were main- tained, a sufficient amount should be in hand at the end of June, 1932, to allow the council to carry on without an over- draft. At the beginning of the year £1,177 9/3 was brought forward as arrears; the rates to be collected amounted to £32,763 12/8, and £516 7/11 had been imposed as fines, making a total of £34.457 7/10, of which £3,605 8/3 was in arrears. Sister Collison, in charge of the Mothers' Institute and Baby Health Centre, had weighed 1,182 babies during the year. The large attendance of mothers every week was proof of the excellent work done by the centre. Tbe local unemployment relief commit- tee had continued to do good work. The c...
ADELAIDE COMPETITIONS [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 1 October 1931
ADELAIDE COMPETITIONS The final concert of the Adelaide musi- &nbsp; cal and literary competitions will be held in the Town Hall on Saturday evening. when the following successful competitors will take part:—Misses Phyllis Jacquelin, Sylvia and Winifred Edwards Christine Smith, Nellie Judd, Phyllis Eddy, Lyndall Hendrickson, Phyllis Skinner, Patti McCabe, Muriel Deere, Audrey Maxted, Bonnie Nor- man, Irene and Gwen Mackey, and Roma Hotten, Master Ivan O'Loughlin, Messrs. James Currle, Stanley Hunvin Arnold Jor- dan, Bruce Bassett, and Alan Wauchope, the 5 AD male quartet, the Prospect North Methodist Church Choir, pupils of Mrs. Lesley Bowman, and Mr. Sable Grivell's concert party. PARTT AT POST BROUGHTON A party was given in the Port Broughton Institute by Mr. P. Berecich to celebrate the coming of age of his sister Eileen. There were about 160 present. The pro gramme Included games, community sing ing, dfTi^'ng, and other items. Kirk's Orchestra supplied the music. Mrs. P....
Win And Place Tote Front One Pool NOW IT IS WORKED Paying Four Dividends By "GAMBIER" [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 1 October 1931
Win And Place Tote From One Pool HOW IT IS WORKED Paying Four Dividends By "GAMBIER" The announcement in "The Advertiser" on Wednesday that a satisfactory system had been evolved for the payment by the totalisator of four divi- dends—a win and a place on the winner, and a place for the second and third, when &nbsp; there are 10 or more starters — created widespread interest. &nbsp; Mr. S. J. Pullman, secretary of the Port Adelaide Club, who initiated this novel system, which should give gene- ral satisfaction to backers, explained yesterday the method of working which has been adopted by the Port Adelaide Club, and will be tried at its next meeting on November 14. At Randwick and in Melbourne separate win and place totalisators are conducted, but the Pullman sys- tem embraces the two in one, and consequently makes for more econo- &nbsp; &nbsp; mical handling of the investments. The elementary principle is that when there are 10 or more starters the fo...
S.A.J.C. CLASSICS Horses Left In [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 1 October 1931
S.A.J.C. CLASSICS Horses Left In The following horses are still engaged in the Morphettville Plate and S.A. Derby, the first forfeits of which are due before 4 p.m. on Monday next. Horses not then scratched will be liable for the whole amount of the acceptance, payable at scale:— Morphettville Plate.—Royal Rest, Bajardo, b or br g Silvius—Woman in White, Gold- cyan, Barunga King, Rizztress, Signwriter, Kilrush, or f Sarchedon—Queen Rona, Sir Roseland, Royal Mirth, Ramelton, Prota- gonist, Kindilla, Casuarina, Art Gallery, Silvenda, One Step, Nansen, Glorify, Jacana, Tandanya, Sister Simeon, Eta Cog- ney, Krakatoa, Prince Virgin, Golden Virtue, Silver and Gold, Waitomo, Pamfilo, Tawarrie, Mungalo, Namolis, Lou-la-vel, Traverse, Silvado, Mobah, Glenvarlock, Rumbling Star, Eastern Star, Sir Hubert Toccata, Koonamore, Vivace, Eileen Whit- &nbsp; tier, Bessie Star, K. Old, Sanballet, Super Power. South Australian Derby.—Pezi Sana, &nbsp; Night Control, Dessaint, Devizum, ...
BOWLS [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 1 October 1931
BOWLS GLADSTONE.— A meeting of the Bowl- ing Club was held at the institute. The president (Mr. C. Budge) was in the Chair. The results of the analysts of the bore water were read, and showed that the supply was not suitable for irrigation pur- poses. It was decided to secure samples from Caltowle and Laura Club's bores, and to compare the analysis with the Glad- stone Club's bore water. Owing to the excellent winter rains, some bowling enthusiasts suggest having the lawns planted with the hope of summer rains, the bore water giving the lawn a start. The bore has been put down to a depth of 86 feet.
TURF TOPICS Notes from the Tracks [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 1 October 1931
TURF TOPICS Notes from the Tracks H. D. Campbell has eased Mellurian in his work. Tonare, engaged in the hurdles at Tailem Bend on Saturday, shaped well in a lesson over several hurdles a few days ago. The two-year-old filly by St. Spasa from Nobody's Daughter, recently broken-in, has been turned out for a spell. Mr. W. H. Turner has placed the King- bier filly Maris Maid in work again at Vic- toria Park. Jean Spasa is to be given a holiday. At Victoria Park on Wednesday Some Luck (H. Dean) led Gat (E. McFarlane) in a lesson over three schooling hurdles. Both jumped well. Fast Newcomer Foremost Star did one of the fastest miles ever seen on the steeple grass at Caulfield on Tuesday morning. Ridden by N. Percival, he jumped away a couple of lengths ahead of Glare (J. O'Brien), and. keeping full pace on, recorded 1.42¾. He was more than six lengths in front of Glare, who took 1.44. Foremost Star is a three-year-old trained by D. J. Price. He has not raced. V.A.T.C. Totalisator The cos...
Trotting at Kadina [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 1 October 1931
Trotting at Kadina The handicaps for trotting events at the Kadina show on Saturday are:— One and a half miles (2.55 scr. mark).— Tenarene, Maori Bell, Cyrus, Orphan Boy. Natty, Lady Faull, Dawn Alto, scr.; Star- One mile and a quarter (2.48 scr. mark), Calm Jean, Starlight Bells, Cyrus, Tena- rene, Dawn Alto, scr.; Minorca, Aspro, &nbsp; &nbsp; Sando, 50; Junior Patch, 60; Van Bells, Boy Biue, 85. One mile and a half (2.42 scr. mark).— Calm Jean, Starlight Bells, Minorca, Orphan Boy, Sando, Naughty Tromp, Dawn Alto, Essantee, Junior Patch. Coral Bells, Flying Patch, scr.; Boy Blue, Van Bells, 15. One mile and a quarter (2.50 scr. mark). —Heather Chimes, Starlight Bells, Tena- rene, Maori Bell, Cyrus, Natty, Dawn Alto, scr.; Minorca, Naughty Tromp, Aspro, Essantee, 75; Junior Patch, 85.
LATEST SCRATCHINGS Sydney, September 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 1 October 1931
LATEST SCRATCHINGS Sydney, September 30. A.J.C. Spring Meeting.—Epsom—Sir Chrystopher, Rebate, Greensea, Metro- politan—Phillipic. Gimcrack Stakes—Mer- &nbsp; &nbsp; rie Lorraine, Brass Bowl; Breeders' Plate— &nbsp; Impediment, Derby—Picatus, Tre-Ennis, Lady Herois Regalie, Grantham Stakes— Barrlos, Hurdle and Second Hurdle— &nbsp; Skirmish, Kensington Handicap—Ticino. Canonbury Stakes—Brass Bowl. All En- gagements—Archippe. &nbsp; &nbsp;
GOLF Miss Tolhurst Leading Club Champions Melbourne, September 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 1 October 1931
GOLF Miss Tolhurst Leading Club Champions Melbourne, September 30. At the Victorian Women's Golf Union meeting today, Miss Tolhurst headed the qualifying list for the champion of club champions contest, with rounds at 80 and 85, which was 16 ahead of the next best. In a concurrent handicap, Miss Mona Maclead, runner-up for the Australia. championship this year, had a gross [?], the best round of the meeting. Kooyonga Associates Results of the bogey competition for trophies presented by Mrs. A. S. Richards were:—A Division—Miss J. Lillecrapp, 1 down; Mrs. D. Blake. 2 down: Mrs. M. Ridgway, 2 down; Miss R. Nitschke, 3 down; Miss K. L. Rymill, 3 down; Miss B. White, 5 down. B Division—Mrs. J. A. Murdoch. 5 up: Mrs. J. Campbell. 4 up; Kiss E. Ward, square: Miss M. Kneebone, square: Mrs. W. Richards, square; Mrs. R. A. P. Jackson, 1 down: Mrs. E. F. Nicholas. 1 down: Mrs. R. A. Want. 1 down; Mrs. H. Menz. 2 down: Miss E. Miell, 2 down; Mrs. T. Newson, 2 down; Mrs. R. N. Phillips. 2 down;...
COURSING SEASON ENDS Farewell Meeting at Plympton [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 1 October 1931
COURSING SEASON ENDS Farewell Meeting at Plympton The actual coursing running season for 1931 was finalised on the Birkalla enclo- &nbsp; sure Plympton, yesterday, when the Ade- laide Plumpton Coursing Club held its final meeting for the year. The coursing cannot be resumed before March. Three small stakes and three sapling events were decided. The weather was typical of spring. Some clever trials were witnessed. Mr. Ross Palmer judged from the tower, and Mr. Syd. Verner was the slipper. Adequate arrangements for the meeting were made by the secretary (Mr. W. J. Letcher), while Caretaker E. W. Tucker had ground conditions in perfect order. Mr. R. B. Moore was observation stipendiary steward. Results: — THE PRESIDENT'S STAKE For 12 all-aged greyhounds. Winner. £13; runner-up, £6; third dog, £2. First round—Bob Agricola d. Oscillation. Winner led by two points, and won by one point. Duleep d. Greenline, 2—3½. Boy Mundi d. Jim Again. Loser led one point and lost by one point. M...
A.J.C. WEIGHTS Run Saturday, October 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 1 October 1931
A. J.C. WEIGHTS Run Saturday, October 3 12.30 (Adelaide time)—HURDLE RACE &nbsp; About two miles st. lb. st. lb. Rossgole .. .. 11 4 Scottish March 9 8 Paul T. .. .. 10 10 Skirmish .. ..9 7 Kirna 10 7 Port Risk ...9 6 Perides 10 5 Lady Doris ..9 6 Jocoon . .. .. 10 2 Prince Otto ..9 5 Gadray..10 2 David's Day . 9 3 &nbsp; Congoola. .. 10 2 Doctor Grace . 9 0 &nbsp; Chrysocolla .. 9 11 Wally K. . .. 9 0 Ragatzky .. .. 9 9 Wathawerrie .. 9 0 Banner Boy ..9 8 1.30—TRIAL STAKES One mile and a quarter Grand March . 8 10 Air Favorite . 7 12 Pinhoe .... 8 7 Pretzel .. .. 7 12 Astrion .... 8 7 Maurice Bede 7 12 Nash 8 7 Senator .... 7 12 Bludale .... 8 7 Dtgnus .... 7 12 Brockway ..8 7 Koomeeta ... 7 12 Abbot's Lad . 8 7 Cirod 7 9 Dear March . 8 7 Oratorian ... 7 9 Sarchion ..8 7 Lavington ..7 9 Byissa .. . 8 7 Pacifier 7 9 Khartoum .. 8 5 Brazier ..... 7 9 Imperialist .. 8 5 Le Legion ... 7 9 Sunlover .. .. 8 5 Dangerous ..7 9 Dalmatic ... 8 5 Erragon .... 7 9 Intre...
WOMEN'S PENNANT TENNIS Hyde Park Begins Well By "Top-Flite" [Newspaper Article] — The Advertiser — 1 October 1931
WOMEN'S PENNANT TENNIS Hyde Park Begins Well By "Top-Flite" Sixteen women's pennant matches were played at the association's courts. War Memorial Drive, yesterday afternoon. The matches were the first series played this season, and although the weather was ideal the courts were soft, owing to Tuesday's rain. Hyde Park had an overwhelming victory against Kensington Gardens, the latter team winning only one set. Misses Gwen Griffiths and Christabel Finlayson defeated Misses Edna Lawrence and L. Morris in straight sets with, a loss of only three games. North Adelaide also had a six-rubber, to nil victory against Glen Osmond. Miss K. LeMessurier played Mrs. P. R. Begg, and the North player, after winning the first set. 6—l. met strong opposition in the second set. Mrs. Begg appeared to play with greater confidence and was only de- feated, 6—5, after a good match. Scores:— A GRADE Holdfast v. Sturt Misses D. Weston and B. Ward (H.) d. Misses E. and G. Davidson (S.); 6—2, 6—3; Misses N. S...